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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 24, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
triweekly[ former 1962-]
daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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At 1:43: p. m. today a tractor-trailer, containing three ?' r r X o t ffft tHi inminl Ftmii igq a
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cars, traveling south on U. S. 1, left the highway, striking Star-Advocate ",,-'
two cars and winding up beneath the canopy at the Whata-

burger on South U. S. 1. An occupant of one car was rushed

to Jess Parrish Memorial Hosptal, condition unknown at The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents ,.i
press time. Damage to the cars and truck are extensive.

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r ; Df'Al..I'\\ y : yesterday passed a resolution
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EJCMJSlO}? I tJ : Q f2k iffered by Commissioner Gui
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-:, r.. \) t Faulk for the acquisition of an
t:: C entire block of property by "gift

"" purchase or condemnation" for a
Sourtf SILr1LI7 STlilt: Q eL t court house annex.

The property, bordered on the
east by Palm Ave., and on the
went by the FEC Railroad; on the

I north by .Palmetto St and on the

EXPANSION AREA The oneblockarea railroad and Palm Avenue. It is shownin South by South St, ta felt necesary -

sought by the county for courthouse relation to the city hall, future city by Urn commission for the)

expansion is indicated at the left, boundedby hall and other county buildings here, r. 't,:' \ ,.' budly needed courthouse annex to
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South and Palmetto Streets and by the relieve extreme crowded condition
existing presently at the
e, ( iLl< courthouse,
I .' ", "r Dick Spangler, Faulk'i aislst-

Given. i ant, will contact property owners ,
'Go Ahead' \., a1 this week to talk about the ;
.......:.....,.wi, a h of ",,,1ft or purch..." proposition ''J

t: "I tw ri'vrltW f and if nothing can be gained by 1

.ii: ,. this method* will condemnation take place for proceeding acqulidlum '
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Riverside DrivePermission U.i by eminent domain.
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.:' ., ,"t' .; l'fI'''' ,1t Initially planned for construction
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1: U a 24,000 square foot building
JiiIy. ', ';i ..:'!It. i, t. containing! two floors eonatruch'd -
was given: by City madge told council that an extension will connect the Garden St. cause ,oi' ';i". > In such manner as to add
Council at a special meeting last on the original contractwas way and Riverside Dr at Broad f' two additional stories at a later r
night for the Mayor and City given Pirtle last April but the St r date

Clerk to execute a contract to extension allowances were not Kraus, has indicated a 43 working : _, ,' When the property Is obtained, '

complete work on the dredging met. day completion t" it would do away with several
project of the Riverside Drive Talmadge has waited until a Negro businesses which border

bulkheading dredge company was working in :' "j"" '1 i South St.
The contract was originally entered this area so as to cut down on :-., < t, )J sJ
r into with E. B and Charlie the cost of transporting of equipment Not ", \\, \ i t'
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Flrtle but upon failure to complete He reported that Krauss, ." Warm Agalisr"Promotions" '
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_: the project in a'' desired Inc was in this area and indicated Theirs ; h I' "j.n v. n 4 4ffl

length of time, the/contract was he could begin "work (immediately '> .: :f "

terminated. In order to clear up any ':I.t\\, \' f
I City Manager Cleveland Tel The Broad St extension project mitunderstanding that might "t );. il \

:,,,\. The Greater Tltuivllle Chamber '/
have occurred from a news 1':t.. i '. t t of Commerce today warnedof
Larks District 3 Post article In last Friday's Star- ': ,
:1 Seeking "" ''x an upsurge In directory promotions I j
: Advocate regarding the Bay f' .. .r llM ,1 lining Invoice-like solicitation
A graduate engineer from view Schotl, It should be ," -I
Massachusetts Institute of Tech- : pointed out that the article orlginstod <',. 1.i. 1.. r4 business men' to pay f I,
fur tinting they dIdn't order and
nology has qualified as the first In the newspaper and ,;, -i.{.,., 4. : .f : './/i.': fY Y vt don't want,
for the office of city J. \ ,
candidate I '"A that rte. firm of Hirshberg, Jack Schwelnsberg, Executive
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councilman from District 3 (the. .v"a Thompson and Associates had Manager of the Chamber, said
former Whispering Hills city U ) "tI these directory! schemes are ..Im..d .
,; nothing to do with It. The article '-
mils, < '
f .. particularly, at company' employers
tr' dealt with the facilitiesIn ERECTED Titan III-A, first of the Air Force's newest .
Jack Larks, 122 Thornton P p responsible for appror
Avenue, Is a graduate civil engineer and on the school property r launch vehicles, is erected in firing position on Complex Ing Invoices for payment ant

with bachelor and mast ,1i plus posiibilities as to use of I -, .. .. n-..1- 20( at Cape Kennedy Martin Company engineers mate are designed! to treats the Impression
t t"r degrees from MIT. He is a the structur The drawing accompanying The first rocket fired from Cape Ken- the third or Transtage (top) to the already vertically assembled that the felicitation
4 YEARS AGO
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the article wasonly
registered professional engineerIn first and second stages Once assembly is complete forms represent s renewal of the
both Oklahoma and Florida a conception of what the nedy (then Cape Canaveral) left the launching pad on several weeks of systems checkout and test will be company's listing or advertisement

He has lived here for the past r r a building could possibly look July 24, 1950 just 14 years ago today. Called a Bum performed before this first Titan III-A is launched! on a In the local telephone, directory .

seven years, coming here from y flJack like In the future. It was drawn per, it was a combination of a captured German V-l planned orbital test flight Seventeen development or other established directory
from conception, originallyu
Tulsa, Oklahoma while with a tho booster/ and an Army WAC Corporal second stage Since flights are scheduled to demonstrate Titan III varied ,
for presentation to fired mission capabilities. The Martin Company, builders In reality, in Id Sehwelnsberg' <<,
Dough Aircraft Co, working' of at the then more than 1.400 missiles and rockets have been space
on the Thor program For the time Corps local interests Engineers seeking from a steel "scaffolding", similar to those used for erect of the Titan III-A, I in, also systems Integrating con thi firms" are solicitations for
wore tractor for facilities and launch operations at Cape Kennedy purchasing listings or advertising -
shown
past five years he has been t tho building as a locationfor ion and painting of buildings. Photographers are In directories that
with Space Technology Laboratories .- .v-- ..... the Cape Canaveral District only a short distance from,the firing. {(AF Photo). may space not exist, He noted mayor that

at Cape Kennedy, Larks Office, which Is located some directory promotions have

A native of Chicago, Illinois Just off Bennett Causeway on failed to publish a directory. In
Larks is vice,president of the His Interest in and work with Morrltt Island The firm of For MILAA other caavs, small, paper booklets .
Greater Titusville Klwanis Club, the Junior Woman's Club comes Hirshborg, Thompson and Associates More Contracts were Issued which did net
a Mason, past commander and did trie presentationfor measure up to what was expected
his wife, Norma
natural since
active member of the Civil Air Individuals at that time contract to Akws.Downey Con- J. t
of the ilntennnia Facility
launeh checkout Plant construction
of $2 million contractshas ed in pre- ;
In that
has been active organization pair
of According to the National Better
chairman the
Patrol planning and the taken
conception was
of a 70OOO"IIU..foulRa"lIe Cu of Milwaukee
been awarded by the Canaveral Gemini and Apollo spacecraft stiutllot ?
the fir a number of Sheis business Bureau, with whl.'"
committee of civic: center year from that presentation and had
S. The other contract, for $2,197. Sloiage( end! Supply
District of the U. Corpsof Wis for altcttitioiis, to Launch
under Pride, Inc, and has been Immediate past president. nothing to do with the recent Smith and construction of IlOOfJO.squartf1lot ? the Chamber Is affiliated through!
awarded to Building
in 350 80,
for new work was
active in production of the follies Jack and Mima have two work don. In research for the Engineers! Co of building for Complex 31 ul Cups Kennedy to membership, literally/ thllu..ndsof
Junior Club, 3. the industrial! portion of the National and Sapp Construction huddle' the Installation tit high business directories are pubUntied -
with the Woman's children, Terri, 5, and Kevin, city .
Orlando, for additional supply storing petroleum productsCanaveral
1 Aeronautics and Space pressure hydrogen system for annually, many of them by

-...-w-,. Admlni trHtlon'. Merritt Island and maintenance facilities In the District' of the Corpsof NASA'S S( urn 1 10 rockets, *-U established reputable firm..
:i ,': iI..' elf rr1Ii:: :r' ; 1 1at Industrial ...u.
s
"., n.- I moon launch area. Fnglnccrs also announutd The work must! be finished by The federal Trade Commission
.lIt"T'! """ ," tl, r' --" f.t"! The volce'4Ipel'atl'd i Intercom and the Post Office Department
A'n' ii" < A negotiated contract, for hot( it hal awarded a $24150, October
., system will be In the Manned have curbed some of the deceptive
to Collins
$2,369.350( was awarded
directory plantation*,
/) Radio Co., of Dallas, Tex, Spacecraft Operations and noted' NDBB, but others i'
Checkout Building It will have Gru Qualifies In District 3 3Tom many
for an Intercom system to be us- continue to flourish largely because
120 .pnate stations, linked! by scosxlsl
bunlness men ant theiremployees
cable for simultaneous: this
"Gru" Crusenrneyer
11)1 who handle invoices
Students communication during checkout morning qualified fur lity coun-
New ;
fall to make even a cursory Investigation I
r: procedures nlrs"' c in district 31toi( mi'r city ? as !whether anyone i r

limit of Whispering llilln), 0 ordered' a directory from the
Fwtr bid proposal were re-
w I At THS Sought reived for the work, which Include Gi"'jsenmeyer, a two year ritiil- specific company whose name
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;rr 'NJ -- the solicitation form.Schwelnubrrg .
Ir 2300 appears on
t-, + he,ign of the system as tri"t of Titusville, lives at
U a w Students" in grades 10 through well us the equipment and Its/ install lark Ave. with nil wife and sal ) the NBUB

1 12. vi o are new ta the North ition. Collins Radio his a three children J recommends that business men.
a ind their Invoice paying employees
}y se wa Brevard area. are urged to stop year to complete the pi eject The new candidate owns a
',' Titisville High School and of the supply and Grusenmey, :
J t Expansion! surveying company it 1, Read In its entirety each invoice
rr-jijtfr as soon U possible. mamttnance' facilities for the er nrul Assoc and has bun ac or solicitation for directory I
Rr.istration may !be completeddur John T Kennedy Spare Center live In civic affairs during hi. yA 1 /Uitmji; received 1

r ,03:; n Ruler hours in the of NASA, will be a four part job residence; hire He Is presently 2 tin' oil whether anyone in

C ..wr..twu lice it TITS Monday through with final completion schedulefor secretary of the Titusville Kl- the company ordered or ajtlior-
et --. ..i ., a Fruhy. Miy 1905; ,,11IClub. secretary of the toed a listing in the directory la

GRAND OPENING: TOMORROW Paull Tile will be open all day and urges people According to the sdmimstra- The work will Include an additional Nurttv Brttvurd Home Builders (.i question.

l Frey, head of Titusville Tile, Marble to stop by. There will be refreshments, the staff, the student can re,- 40,000 square feet ofspace Astoc. end member of the Elks of L- ;: 3. Secure Information abort:
the and the Chamber
and Terrazzo Co., invites the public to the plus displays, Information as to floor and liter at this own Convenience for office and storage purposes J4yee the reliability cf any company
I grand opening of the firm's new plant and tile care, etc: The firm has been the leader which .'lfl enable the school to at the Central Supply Commerce : publishing a sew directory Is
1 r showroom just oft U. S.1 North of Titus- In the field of tile, marble and terrazzo help set up schedules with as Building. an additional 41000 lie a'tended Auburn Unlvernty. : ._. f' which a listing may be under con 'i.l i
ikteratlon before remitting er"
I ,ville. Located between U. S 1 and the Old work In the North Brevard area for many few problnirs" as possible for the square' feet for administrative and{ completed an IC8 course In Invoice like solicitation fora.'f .
I\ Dixie at 3561 Industrial Road, Titusville yean.-(S-A Photo). coming wear and maintenance use at UM surveying Tern Grusenmeyerw any





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.. I Tthiivtlb (,Florida) Itar-Advecm Friday, July 24 1W4I __ .__ .
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Miss Jeanne Larson WedsRonald



William Crone ,
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With Nets And Notes
I Miss Jeanne Alice Larson, with matching veil and carried

A t, o/ North Brevard daughter of Mr. and Mrs Frans a cascade of ;yellow and white

Larson 520 Ignore Ave.. became pom poms.
Ronald Falson, a friend of the
the bride of Konam William
served best A
couple, ss man.
Crone, IOn of Mrs Frances Ushers were Wendell Barker,

Crone, Santa Maria, Calif., In a brother-in-law of the bride, and
4 p.m Ceremony Saturday, July Chris Edwarda.Mr .

: 18, at the First Baptist Churchof W S. Hardln, organist,

I Threlkeld Tejan Vows SaidIn Tituavllle, with Dr. W. S. played the traditional wedding ..
Hardin, pa tor, officiating. marches
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:i<< Two bran candelabras and For her daughter's wedding.Mrs. : k (,
July 20 CeremonyMiss two huge baskets of glade and Larson chose a light pink f.i.1 I

porn pours flanked the altar. heath dress with white accessories
Joan Elaine Tejan, dau- and Donald Lewis, cousin of the Her corsage was of ,
( liter of Rev. and Mrs ClaudeE groom. The bride, given in marriage sweetheart roses.

Tejan, and Carl Freeman The traditional wedding music ''by her father and mother, worea A reception was held at the I

Threlkeld, Jr., son of Mr. and was provided by Mrs Glenn formal traditional wedding home of the bride's parents following ''r kt ae'Tr
.'t Mr. Carl Threlkeld, Sr., were Laahley at the organ. gown of net over latin with the ceremony. Candles

united In marriage Monday, July For her daughter' wedding, Chantllly lace inaerta. Her veil and wedding bells adorned each .
20, at Trinity Lutheran Church, Mr. Tejan chose a white dress of Illusion was held by a sequinof side of the reception table from
Indian River City, with the embroidered with pink and yellow teed pearls./ She carried a which the traditional wedding
bride' father officiating flowers. She wore white beautiful white and yellow feathered '.
cake and punch were served.
... :' The church wa decorated with accessories and a pink corsage bouquet of pom pours Terri Jo Gass was In charge of t'. ,. : %, .. Qki
;. white altar flower and greens Mrs. Threlkeld, mother of the with beautiful streamer ribbons.
the bride' book.
for the 1:30: p.m. ceremony. bridegroom, wore a pink crepe
i Sandra Schutt Kaiser was The bride Is a senior at Titus- i 5iff: :
4 The bride was lovely In a formal sheath with a draped neckline.
gown of organza with lace The empire style was accented matron of honor. She wore a ville High School and the groom : _
applique, long fitted sleeves andy with chartrucae flower and pink yellow chiffon dress with lace Is with the U. S. Navy stationed
ending In a chapel train. A crown accessories.A over-Jacket and matching veil. !at Mayport, Fla. Mr. and Mra. Ronald William Crone I
of held the f fr Her cascade was of blue and
0 pearls the veil of silk reception was held at r. aMyr;
,; illusion and she carried a cat- church following the ceremony. ? .1 white pom porn

y cads of feather carnation centered Refreshments consls d of the
xn Pam Friend of Cocoa, bride-
,I with small white orchids. traditional wedding cake, punch, maid, wore a blue chiffon dress town.with
41._ Showers a gold cross made candy and mint. r'round i
3T from her: grandfather's wedding For traveling the bride chose I
Ut Jaycee Wives Club
a green suit trimmed with beige
ring.Mis
:.; Carole Ann Cundiff of embroidery and a matching ''{ Goes BowlingThe 267.3994 WILL. barbara car ion
Ft. Tierce was Maid of Honor beige blouse with beige accessories.
:. She wore a' scoop necked sheath t Jayree Wives Club met for
of aqua organza and taffeta with Following wedding trip the I their sixth consecutive week of Vacations seem to be the highlight Youth Camp. In addition to several

tiered overskirt fastened at the popular young couple will be at social bowling Monday at 8 pm, of the sesson right now. religious study groups,
waist by two organza roses. Her home at 103 St. Johna St., Titusville. Mr. and Mrs. Carl ,. Threlktld, Jr.MFN's ': Those attending were Mrs. Ro- Most North Brevardcrs are either ;young people attending the camp p onat

headpiece consisted of a matchIng bert Lehman, Mrs Stephen Pan- getting ready to go on a enjoyed swimming, slngaree's,
r. organza rose and silk illusion. The bride, a graduate of Titus- tano, Mrs. Philip Warren, Mrs. trip, have just returned from a handicrafts ano various evening Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smlda returned -
She carried a crescent of pink villo High School, claaa of '02, attended "Five Little Peppers"on Thomas Montgomery and Mrs. trip or are expecting vacationer activities. last week from a few

carnation Florida State University. Donald Heacock. from other part of the Theme of this )'ear'. camp was weeks' visit with relatives In

Miss Kim Threlkeld, sister of The bridgegroom, also a graduate country.We "Thy Purpose For Thy World New York State and the World's
the groom, was Bridesmaid. She of TIIS. class of '62, attended Stage This WeekendThe The high game of the evening beard from one young gal We Shsr" and all the youngsters Fair.
was a 146, bowled by Fran Pan-
wore a lighter shade of aqua Brevard Junior Collegeand who Is having a delightful time began each day with morning
tano, who la also carrying the
styled! in the same fashion as the la presently employed at New Clothes" touring Florida with her devotion meditations prepared by
beloved children' storyof Emperor' portrayed high average of 129. par. Mr. Henry Goethe Is.visiting!
Maid of Honor' gown and her Cape Kennedy. the "Five Little Peppers And "Uronco" In an original ents. Connie Goldsbury of Swift leading Methodist Ministers.
relatives and friends In Bristol
corsage waa of pink carnatlonl.I Out-oftown guests were Richard How They Grew" will be westcin kit at Florida Wonder- Any wives of Jayceei interested Ave., her parents, Mr. and MM. On the lilt day, the camper ,
Tenn. and W. Vs.Mrs. .
Wellsburg,
Richard Adam served the Morse and Miss Janet Te brought to life on stage this land and was the young son\ in In bowling with the group Robert Goldsbury and slater, enjoyed a big hootenanny at partof

groom as bust man. Ushers were jan, slater of the bride, from weekend for the countless: number one of the ghost plays It'* So ,,may get further information Becky, spent several days In MI. the closing activities.
George Mathlson, John Donne Columbu., Ohio..viZ' of grownups and )'ounlsterlIlike Peaceful". from Mrs. Stephen Pantano, 2074218. ami visiting the many points of Grace Scobie and Mrs.

who love the humorous antic Jimmie Slrakbcin will be playIng Interest there including the Sea- Helen Kyzer returned home last
of these famous children. quiet David Pepper who quarlum and Wax Museum. In Current visitors/ In our fair. 'week from a two month's stay In
Miami Beach they saw "Surfside city Include Mr and Mrs. Walter North Georgia and a bus trip
adores Joel and 1 Is dominated
the by tractive teenager will be well Six"
Under the sponsorship of and the "Boom Boom through western states.
him. Thl I I. a completely different ; Ferguson and children, Richard .
City Recreation Dept., the Mlniatur renumbered for her fine performance Room" of television popularity
1- part for Jimmie since his and Billy, from Brooklyn, N. Y.
First Nlghters theatre for aa Agnes Trevor In an They went to Key West and
will the first leading part wa a* the dom- earlier production this year, enjoyed going over the Seven who are enjoying stay with
people present
young delightful inating Emperor In 'The Emper "Old Ghost at Home". Mile Bridge and swimming In the Walter's parents, Mr ..nd'fn..
"Five Little plus a
m (Pepper or'. New Clothe. This young Gulf of Mexico. Connie writes us Jerry Mitchell. They're all having .
rer1 musical version of man I.I also well known In the The delightfully humorous they are having a wonderfultime a wonderful time swimming,
,:. "Little Red Ridj/i Hood"' on area for Ms) outstanding'' tap character of the very deaf Grandma "seeing Florida first". fishing, boating and just reminiscing
July 24 and 29 at.A:00 p.m, and .
dancing ability and will do a Baicom will be portrayed by
July 26 at 2:00 .m. In the Whispering I
P
Dutch dance routine with Lynn Peggy Goad. This will be Peggy'a Ray and Janice Slrakbcin of
Hills School Cafetorlum.
Earnest a* Jack and Jill in second play with the MFN group 1601 Cardinal Court received a
Proceeds from the show will "Little Red Riding Hood". Jim- which will be quite different real nice surprise yesterday. 5 SUES RESTAURANT
benefit the )Brevard County Juvenile ..
mie has danced for many organizations from her first. Peggy charmed Several,, months ago Janice ,
Supervision Center and appeared on tele- audiences aa Prudence Pennywhistle bought a small transistor television ,,2 t 14 Main Street

All the youngster appearingIn vision. a ghost in the comedy, set for their boat and re V. Under New ManagementSPECIALS
had ceived a card to fill out for a
the "Pepper play have The part of Phronsie, the "Old Ghosts At Home" and is
'e e chance to win another Yes I .
a to get laughs with one. \ FOR SATURDAY
experience In previous1! MFN adored baby of the Pepper fam- lure many

%/ ; r 4e.f productions Kurtis Cowart will ily, will be played by another her humorous antics as "Grand new terday television the company to the.Strakbelns delivered a, y 1 Rout Turkey and Dressing

portray Ben, oldest of the Pep popular young performer In this maIO.Jasper. Janice said she had the card I Roast Beef 9 7c I

per children and "man of the area, Elane Carlson. Elane Is a King, an intelligent around for several weeks bclori I 'y Pork Chops I

family". Kurtis will be remembered former 'Little Miss Brevard"and well-bred boy, will be played by she filled it out, mailed it and 'Jl W Price
for his role Jim Brew- CLUB STEAK 1.25 Children
as since her 6th birthdayFeb.
Robert( Shore. Robert will be then proceeded to forget it. So it
stcr in "Old Ghost At Home", ( '63)) has appeared in five well remembered for his pantomime came as a real nice surprise when

one of three ghost comedies presented major production. In the area. scene with a ghost in "Old they got the new TV

earlier this year, She portrayed "Kim" in Mask Ghosts At Home" earlier this \\i/wScottsw/ w \ww\ w \111\ \\/ \,!
Polly Pepper, an impulsive and Hammer' production of season. Mr Horatio King, Jas Mike Manning, son of Mr. and \iy \ / / \\ \

girl of 12, will be played by "Showboat", was the EmpressIn per's father and a distinguished Mrs. R. G. Manning, 639 Hibiscus
Sherrill Fairabce This will be "Emperor's New Clothes" appeared gentleman, will be portrayed by returned recently from a IT'S CHINCH BUG SEASON!
W W
Sherrill' first time In a lead role In Titurville Little The Robert Goad. Robert gave a delightful weeks stay at the Methodist

for the First Nightera. although atre' "King and 1" and, in addition performance as Horace ...$. .... \\lf!
she In their first .. KWIT KILLS 'EM :
appeared -
production to the part of Phronsie in Pennywhlstle, a ghost in "Old ... .'. / ;,
FIVE LITTLE PEPPERS Jan Kilgore, director for the "The Emperor' NewClothes" this play, will play "Candy" in Ghosts At Home" and will appear era w seas liW
as one of the palacedancers. TLT's "Bye Bye Birdie" show liW DRY KWIT ROLLS ON LIKE FERTILIZER VI &
Miniature First Nlghters next production, Five Little in the forthcoming TLTproduction r,4RtWl JmI A u'US
Peppers, is shown working with leading characters in the which opens next week She also Bye Bye Birdie. Robert "e \ KILLS CHINCH BUGS UP TO 2 MONTHS.11\\ i

play. From left are Sherril Farabee as Polly, Kurtis Co- David Taylor will be makinghis has appeared on television, per also serves ss the presidentof ." wa.Wsr .'. 'w \\\
wart as Ben, Elane Carlson as Phronsle and bavid Tayloras fourth oppearance in a MFN formed for local organizations the M.F.N. theatre. .. . .... 2500 SQUARE FEET 5.95I i iW
shewn with ,his portrayal of ten and special holiday events, ONLY
Joel. The show will be presented along with a musical appeared UlVIr \,
we'll lend you
old Joel, the irrepressible in Miami Beam and : a Spreidtrl
year and Chat
version of "Little Red Hood" 24 25 and -
Riding on July ,
v .
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member the
of Pepper family. tanooga Tennessee doing
specialty
26 in the Whispering Hills School under the sponsorshipof
LARGEST STOCK
Joel ia lively, headstrong and pantomine-dance routines. / ...
the City Recreation Dept. Proceeds from the show %'
will benefit the Drevard Juvenile Recreation Center always getting into difficulties. "Mamsle," the "beloved motherof t t OF LAWN MOWERS -: .' r'w .. t
David played the part of "Cal- the Pepper children, will be ,
Carlson Photo .;
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lenfctch" the court: page In "The played hy Norma Clark. This at- I ,\. :. "J j

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: CANCELLATIONS s Sponsored by Dresses Up io 40% Off t\l I WI HAVE 444 IN (;Wk.. aone.of COUTM) \tf IIU

5'z The City of Tltusvllle Recreation Department j 1SS tt% M% 100% HIRI'S A STABLE OP. RIAL Vtf
5' Lady Manhattan ShipN'ShoreBlouses HORSES 444 and 10 H.P. *

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CHOOSE FROM! Juvenile Supervision Center Skirts As Low As . . . 4.99 : -.; FINANCING I ARRANGED :

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Whispering Hills School Cafetorium Swim Suits . . . . Va Price LAWNMOWER REPAIRS
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Keen Teens Wiener Roast / -
Enjoy S/lwi
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Keen Teens truck belonging to Arthur! Jones yule 1i
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tI The Keen Teens held a wiener Mr, and Mn. J. M Bozemanand I
PersonalsMrs Gale of
roast Sunday afternoon at the daughter Mary !.
Lester Moody it a patientat Orlando Ave returned recently
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home of Mr and Mrs Fred Car
Jess Fairish Memorial Hospitat from Live Oak where they visited

ver They invited the preteen with Mia J. A Bozeman and /

I boys and girls II guests. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spring. other relatives.

t' t 1 Following' the wiener roast field are now residing in their Mr and Mrs Norbert Ferris
SALE PRICES GOOD THROUGH MONDAY
toN Fred and Mrs. Carver took the lovely new home on Carter Road. and children, Jeffrey, Pamela,
1
ti,
? 1 r group lor a bay ride in the big They moved here from Titus Debra and Raymond returned
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Friday from a vacation trip to SWIFTS )

f IV Thai ClKtllT UUthT OP THE: Indiana and Iowa Enroute they

Card Of Thanks < MMli e-OM euLlKIAt b&UHAkUVl'N'I. OHClirAAU : ) IN*, stopped in Chicago and visited GOLD CREST '.

I WRIDANU the Science and Industry Muse .
t alallssARnal'T. C We wish to thank all the friends! 111\111'11\ urn and the Museum of Natural ICECREAM
rialntlf!
r and neighbor of Lottie Stanton, history s

1a our grandmother, who were so L'&TTY LOU SMITH Dtitniulau Mr and Mrs Floyd Lane and e ,

h 1 i kind and helpful Especially Dr XOTII K Of Hill. children, Floyd Jr., Cecile, ''I :
TO: BETTY LOO KM1IH East ElM
A. L. Tagudin and the Eastern L*..view, Drive, toieuy Lace. Doris, Stanley: and Keith of Savannah .

i Star Chapter Kant, Ohio Ga., are now residing In '1
TAKeS NO 1 11 K THAT suit has
Ellssa and Joe Richards beeu filed, ...111.1 you In the Nlnijuuiolal the home of Mr and Mrs. O C Half Q M NIw f

; .. n j ji t Mary Anne Lamer ('0000,. Florida LliLUlt' .in and and you for..Brtvard.. heie- Campbill on U S. 1. Gallon 49

-... \ '={ :"::: r::"!!.. by auinmonaa. oruereil.. and requlrM limit 2
Mr and!
t : :: ...:: ; I to tile your wrlltan Anawer or Mrs. O C. Campbell
i defeneee to the Complaint tiled hi reIn <. the
are new at HeroesCandy : COUPONSCHICK
K CHILDREN'S MUSICAL COMING A rehearsing one of the delightful songs 1\OTl1I or fOllrf: lONlKK e.us.Eson aialuat you In the above enitoedroux I managers
In I". oiflee. of the Clerk of Shop on U S 1 and are
.J: I1KKK or ( INSIST IOIHT
musical version of the favorite children'sstory from the play are Nancy Sasko as Little I". circuit Court In and for Bra
NOTICE: 18 HEREBY GIVEN now residing there SBLADESsTwin
"Little Red Riding Hood" will be Red Riding Hood surrounded by the cho that the underalgned Curlla R. yard She County Courthouae. Florida In at Tlluavlll his offioIn .

presented July 24, 25 end 26 at Whispering rus of playmates. Children in the chorusare Barnes Clerk of the Circuit Court of .r'lurlde on or before Ibo :#th day Pock of
Brevard County, Florida. of Auiuei. A.D. 114 i and to serve Mr and Mrs Robert Allen,
Hills School by the Miniature First Nannett Brown, Elaine Brown Shir will on a copy of auLh Anawer or defenaeaupon Schick Stolntest' BBimfA
Nighters under sponsorship of the City ley Strakbein, Kathy Redgate, Timmy the 14th day of Auguet 1W4 iluilna Tom Wai.on. 1'lnlnllffa .1. Roy, Sheila and Bobby Lee left a sue! blades.' ii\t S
tha (legal, hours of Isle. al the main I turner herein whose .d'I.... la 8.1)' )
Recreation Dept. Proceeds from the show Hubinger, Stevie Futch, Judy and Joan door of the Court Houaa of lirevar N, Magnolia' I A Orlando. Florida Tuesday on a vacation trip to 2 pecks .f S'I f j S

will benefit the Brevard Juvenile Super- Redgate, Kim Brown, Frank Hubinger County. Florida. In the City of Titu.ville on do or 10 Before a Detrea wli Pro data Confeaao If you .III fellla i Southern Florida They spent 1.58 Velue s

vision Center located in Titusville. Shown Jr and Debbie Wicker.-Carlson( Photo). lell al ,public Ficrlda ouiory. ,offer lo for the aala h!.hi and>.land lire be entered di"man led aialnat In tha you Complaint for the r0- the night In llollywood, next day Limit" I with enieen threwh Mender TWjnL7TlL1T.iLT.iUCT
visited Islamorada theatre
beat bidder fur of
cash the followIng )
Soil AKh: riHTIIk-H NOTIFIED
deeirlbed.. property) altuateil. III that the natura vf the salt la a suit the sea, monkey jungle In Miami '. 2H

Children Al Rehab Center Receive Bubble Gum Stops lirevard Lot No. County, T, ,ct'h I No H ,la 4,.Ipi:1: fir from a Ihs divorce Defendant a vlnoulo, and mllrlmonll for tha then on to the Keys takingthe
Devil trubdlvlili
aa recordelIn temporary and permanent can and
I Flow Of TearsA I'lat Book No. 10. Page No. cuat iily of tua minor children' Ad' Conch train tour. 'OVACAPS
,
97 of the Cubit Itetorda
of airsyard ella Deborah Kay Smith. JeialiBurnett Leaving the Keys, they motored .
Passes From NFN 3.y.. -old boy got 'leftbehind' County Florl lanurauant tlnilth, and June Marl
Complimentary Korecloiure to entered the Find iseem.: Dwree.penil of Dinlth' up the west coast stayIng it;
lha nania of the Court la which
at Nidy Grocery Ing In old (Court the alvle ..fwhich this a ill baa .been Innlltuled I. Ur. overnight in Naples and visItlnj '

(By Barbara Carlson) Dr. MaiPhail In "Rain", is director Store Sunday afternoon and acustom.r Florida la corporation IIIldHorn.. Plaintiff... Inn. ?..5. (cull Inult Court in and of the for Brevard Nlnlh Juriloli Count. the shell factory In Fort ii 11 r ? I;..y,. Impantd Tape Cope (j]

Several children at the North of the show which will comforted the young dot Harry ket B number. Horner.of which Defendant li Na and. K7447 the, "9Inido and the abbrnvlated title Myeri the next day where they ( ': "\ 1 ;:: 6 LIh' '.0
Brevard Rehabilitation Center feature comedy skits performedby WITNESS my hand and the offilial of Ihl. cauaa I. HAHNKTT MMITH saw all kinds of shells and how .
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star and stopped the flow of .. I l'lalnllrr. BKTTY: LOLL SMITH :
received complimentary passes youngsters nominated for this rind! .1 nay of this of July Honorable 1W4. Court, Drfendent Chancery No. 27 17VMTNLKW they were cleaned and made \ '''l.,.',,1". j Camper/ c
tears with an offer of bubblegum : : mv hand and the of.flilnl I 12
to the Miniature First Nifchters awards ('CRTId R. HAIINKi eel of said Court. In Brevard into shell curios. They' enjoyed t This' Ida
CLERK CIRC11T 'OUIIT 'X:
production this weekend of The nominating committee is Byi Mary Joe I'nger July lounty, AD.. rlirlda 1W4 this :33rd day of visiting Weekl) Wachee Springsand .

"fivo Little Peppers" and'a epuly' CiorkCnt'RT turtle It. Harnea seeing the underwater a
show,
individuals This
comprised of local was serious businesswith ( KB AM CLKKK.: or HIE CIRCUITCOLHT
version of 'Little Red Harry M. HubbaAitorney home
musical returning Friday. Styrofoam
experienced in theatre work. the boy, whose mother for I'lalnllftm 4r :
BY V. B. KpanilerDeputy
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Hood" at WhisperingHills -
Riding 6 Madlai HtreetTampa
Their names are being withheld had dilven off not knowing he Fl irlria ('I.rkWIK'I'IT
School Cafetonum. The ( tlllltT SEA: (.) HELMET
from publication in order to wasn't In the cat ,she wuIccomplnl.d July U ("'rl.' 1D64MITICK Tom Walaon Attorney lor Plaintiff
passes were donated in the name make nominations fair. Awards by her own and UJ: N' M.anolla. 1-A Mrrnm llph.s. III'h.

of Ray Nelson Insurance"Angels", one who of will be presented for the Best the neighbors', (about Iin all). or cuss "ij July Orlanlo 21_, SI:h'iurida_Au!,_T, 14 IfrU 1WI4 Extra :Itel rri4

the MFN's many Actress, Best Actor, Best Sup- You see the family had Just Notice la honbyivn tiurauant !\lIflllI rON MIIINHealed 69coeelal '
requested his passes be given to polling Actress and Best Supporting moved and ho 't familiar to a Final Decree of furmlomlrsdated hide will be received by $ I
the youngsters, and also in tho wain July ill. 1964. an,I entered 1 la the Hoard of County Commisainnen Jewelry Dept. Specials
Actor in the senior divi with where he lived or his up to a/n AM' Aujual' a 11HU, at
Chanoery Ciee No SIWSK of the
of Mr. Newkerk who the CourlhouM In Tlluavllla, FlorI -
name for this lion (age 12 and up) as well as phone number. Circuit:::; fodut: the Krevarl Ninth JullnlalCircuit (ountr I : I Ida for s... Vi eaa1 marl aa i\t-\ SPONGE MITT
donation
madj
a pur. in the junior dIvision. rinrlla. wherein The BROOKLYN One (I) UNIt model, om half Inn mode tadar end everyday. i
pone Before. too long, neighboringkids 8AVINOB HANK Ir I Plaintiff and <*.. ton pickup truck. ala cyllnri 10 e'er mesa back amren. 1 All purpose sponge mitt.
Special awards will be presented HOBKRT!: KP1LLKH. end.I JANICE5PILLICHS ..r notion, S fool body widetyie tea. Mil NOTARIZID AP.
We noticed at dress rehearsallast came In and recognizing his wife ara Uefend '| fender hnunlni Inalil boxwheelbata MAI8AIDUMONDCSOLITAIRE' Natural Color. I1"aT"alt/
for Achievemcnt
night that all the youngsters Outstanding him, called his mother who ante, I will oil to the hlgheat and mil lees than 123, l [ 1 Ideal for washing/ can,
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alandard oil
Iranamlanlon filteroil
in Dancing Outstanding beat bidder I for Caen at the front
seem to be trying real hard for exclaimed, "Good gosh, I door of the Brevard County Court bath air tleaner. S. TO 5 16Urea t windows/ dishes
Achievement in Singing, Outstanding apart| wheel front and rearbumperi
houaa In Tltunvllle llrevard
i the big award", the Best Actor knew I forgot something" Cnunly. Florida. at II:M oolmk dlr.alla0110150.In' I Comport
Achievement in Dramatics
I or Best Actress, which will be A M.. on the 14th day of Aucuat. junlir' Weat Toaal mirrors both 33C
.., for a boy or a girl Needless to say, the youg- 11W4, the following dearrlhed' pniierty .Id lea. atandaid, cab beater and 1 T. 49c ,
i: two of many awards presented aa art forth In said final l>a* defroaler' wlndahleld wlpera, 11
star was glad to see his daddy Vail elect ayatem' volori! Mach
Director awards will be presented tree to wit: n
th"ir first annual "AwardsNight'
at lot III: In HIOHtAND HOMES. yellow
.... who after
promptly came
for Best Helping Hands- .
che Jprjpffpber 24 MK8T ADBITIIN aulmrlme lo Payment to ba made on Meplnmber" AIR WICKaaeM3
I and girl and Best Behavior him. She plat I ihere. reconle I In 111 I IIII.t, or delivery data. whicheverla
boy
, Plans are already underway Plat Book 19. at Page 11 i.f the the latter '
I boy and girl. Hubllo Keeirria of Br....4 All blda to ba markrd "Bid for
for this big night with prominent This was a harrowing exper County rlorldaCl 1UB4 %' Ton PI kup" on outalda left :
individuals in Die area being October 24th will be one of the ence for the youngster no 'RTIS R IIAIINKH!' hand corner of envelope ROLAIDSSTANBACK p9: 9
('I.k.RK: or TUB CIHCIIT
asked to present the awards biggest nights in the year for doubt, but thank to a friendlyman (OURT The Hoard and reaervea all Mill lha rlfht to

f. John Chapman, who will be long these youngsters and they are and bubble gum, it could liy All>.ri..,'uty M. ClorkWl Ma,t 'raonl reject JI1K any H. WKKHAMIHAIHMAN OR BRIDAL SET

remembered for his portrayal of leally 1 Hiking forward to It. have been worse. July( '24 HT(Frl sEALS! I 1JM I 'IIM IIIIAMI MIIII OK from InMK ? i:;t : 11

I1H ;VAIIU COUNTY ..."Ite! II -elle* .....

I nadStar-Advocate. LlassifudslI July_14 KIOHIIIA. VI (Krl.)__IIW4_ __ ___ 119.95Velue for __ 4944 CREST TOOl" ..": :. :153j
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Letters From Our Readers PASTE LI :.
tt 4UD4T SOtlTAial' e*


I I r 2 Cents Worth!! Biology, winter edition 1963 etts Institute of Technology : :'tu I ILaaki Solitilra Ilka Type e Ml Clutter anti) AQUA.NET :H:: 63

I Editor: "fluorine Is a protoplasm poi- "There Is plenty of evidence to I M 24tJO'I4K watta M pillow geld. I a ,

I am happy to have the opportunity Men operating thru its inhibitionrf 9400Mill"
indicate that fluorine In the orwise Mill ...
'
WAVE
I to add two cents worth many of the enzyme systems ; :
my -
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.. amount of 1 ppm or slightly more '-" '/ POOLS' l if Jtwil aneo LII T )1.tm )09
I to J. E. Collins remarks In re It can, therefore, be responsible ,, PERHANENT Li: '

gard to "Mass Medication." Kecrntly for many highly susceptible persons interferes with enzyme systems C "' :.'A: WilerprooNShockproofLUMINOUS .

I I read an informative art. who are compelled to drink These enzyme systems are involved 'OC/ : $ .".) \.JJ0 DIALa C REAM .

I tale in the June issue of Prevention fluoridated water, showing all the in the growth of bones, In -', JL -,-., ..... .... _.I. ...11.... .. ..,. Wildroof :: 490J

written by Jonathan Form an, symptoms of a psycho-neurosia. the functioning of nerve tissue w- A". A A -. > ..... : "a1::.....u:..;.. 9"LA..I'

A.B., M.D., FACA. FAAA, Dr Paul II Phillips, University and so forth. It Is clear that ,INC,

I F.I.C.C.P, Editor.in.chief, Clinical of Wisconsin, Department of Biochemistry fluoridation is a calculated risk." J Corn ;_.? f.
BROOM
Physiology, 5570 Riverside Fluorine Is knownto Dr J. J. Rae, for 20 years as. T.I CONFORTI I Acc.ea.rlee Quality Fiber :: :: 63

I Drive, Dublin, Rt. 1, Ohio. The be an enzymatic inhibitor and sedate professor of e 1 1
chemistry '
,
Equipment
article "What Looks Like A interferes with metabolism of the and PhD In biochemistry and t MGR end Enclosures: Hiay"ilecfrc"t' ; ..
A Kluorosis breakdown! of glucose" 1
I Neurosis May Be organics '
University of Toronto '
IMMIftSICH? :
t Here are a few quotes from Dr. Robert S. Harris, Ph.D., "It Is known as a scientific fact tiI

,r other material I have against Director of Nutritional BiochemIstry that fluoride is deadly poison to Custom I I flfATER
ANY SIZE
Fluorldation From Clinical Phy Laboratories, Massachus Built .
; enzymes, upon which all life depends watyeow
- ." Deals WATCHIS an Ilgalh ,,, ,
ANY SHAPE I
Pools of Coop emit la alueM Iwa. all uueh. K'H. 1
Cu nlmaWhI00om.00.0 Mm. '
The secret of dental health lies TomorrowGunite ana; are axueie. la Mile erlllew I aril fw TI. or \\ : s )
m end ee.. 4tlTl Cdbe, ne,, ,
not in a magic pill, nor in a city ; e xn I)

referendum, but in a way of lifea I I t1111ee// 3u 8'
keun .Tell eooew" M plJe T. 5a
combination of good health Concrete Block oaten= 27'

practices which any individual L.

can learn and practice The Important Fiberglass Hand Picked 5000.004 wlNeP000P 1M., 0a00 III 9VatteTsa I HEW CUT 'N FIT WITH SCISSORS

point Is that dental healthIs

an individual matter\ and each ....MIM WaTeN. "TTOCNNT CONDITION II FILTERS
tar mincv naalrk <
Individual must take It upon himself :: Srtra melal 77 Compare

Now KCeplift''iMUIppllUtlMffof' Sept.occupincy to preserve his own teeth American Allied Assoc. Inca I I r-": '
TM 'flails, mast I Miribla and those of his children. .sees- ..ta.. eN-051050n a -. luy ewrleaI aeta T. 2 9c I
and mOlt modes ipirtment eiiildlnf"Is I ere ran. veal te Jaea M
Hit Sass Mooa ItM-Cipi.,,,ttd r Mildred II Bruner I 4U Orlando Rd. 2.7.12S1 Tltuivllle $000 > 84'II *) gee I I:1;;: ,: t 1
Tool t SiMdKt lad fldvtl I AIRCONDITION
Fla t
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SUCH sir-tonditioniof, and bating a Fahing' __ -I! .. (<)r

pill sod But Dock/ fnvile' Kraanad .y y ;; ; ; YY ; TY .
IerrscNSlkadtiMaspartmwM.CoiIdrM y y yy y yy YY T NEW AMa.GLASIY

LUXURY ..i Pliyifeund Liundr sad. '
flor"|s earl roof a aaatwrsd .:'
ceckliil louni.coflN Map, ahsppla" l fsrcidt NOYEAR'SWAIT lie 4 TO 8 CUP SIZE

a Merl, | art Party loom
FOR SOLITTLE Potting. Gram lad. Jhiiftlttioard.' c ) CORYComp'et.


.Wfmll'"OUSl.Iewlal .1i ---..,-. % ,
splNwe FOR
@ ... with Clala Rod
yailr w _...i I..Ime1I nNenIwae1 '
i hMNee 00
AIt...,.,, ...... '...... aeea. area Wmss. Compare
r ...ModeeenpmI0.. t 199T.
I r v THIS HIGHER RATE .. usM


STUDIO 1 & 2 BEDROOM RENTAL / ECICERD FIRST

\UNFURNISHED FROM I MOO MONTHLY Flte :::!:&:::* Savings left by the 10th of any month earn from the THEN FISHING ,

I lat. Savings insured up to $10,000 ($30,000 for a husband I R R ltolft''... STEIL.

and wife) by FSLIC a permanent agency of the U. S. FISH
/\ % Government

>:'" V I( N I F EClmpar.
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U Current Divklmd :YirstYeral $iing, $ T. 9 It Compare Floats. 49 f a-


RateCompnttnded 1.$0 T. LOO4'vc -.
Lenin WM Oenee Map ud .LeajuAtsoclatloa off TltvtvllU

Seml AlmuaBy Downtown Office Branch Office J/t'f to Shp ?(oat Edwf Zkruj Stated!

I Open 9 to 3 Dally. Also 4 to 7 Friday wwrdfelelryi A Washington at Mala 145 N. Coqulns l










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Mimi Area Happening "Bye Bye Birdie1. 1'Er'' .



. Freeman Bisbee 'Vows Exchanged Coming To TLTThe # 4McCOTTER'S


Bf Mrs. Gladys McUnden Titusville Little Theatre,
AM 7-U4I In conjunction with the Tltusvllle ,
Recreation Department, will
Miss Sharon Bisbee, daughter present a summer musical special I
of Mr. and Mrs Calvin Bisbee "Bye Bye Birdie", it the I SIZZLING SUMMER
of Teropla heights and Gilbert Tltusvllle Little Theatre on July 1\
Eugene Freeman son of Mr. and 31, August 1, T and 8 at 8U: p.m.It .
Mrs. I. L, Freeman of Indian will be
under the directionof
River City were united in mar L Andrew Young. Jeanne Pat
riage at I candle light ceremony terson and Jewell Bradfield will
IiikrkF SALE !
QH Friday evening, July 17th, assist with choreography and '
at the LaGrange Baptist Church, singing, respectively. ,
with Rev. W. B. Freeman' office This vivacious comedy will I \
iating. star John Hogan, popular local
Before an altar of fern., white disc jockey and Clairette Mur N
glade and tiered candelabras, ray with Rick Fey as Conrad Birdie
the bride was given In marriageby Talented Kay Lee Moran
her father Sharon was lovely ; will play the domineering mo k ;
11a\ two piece white lace over ther. Lois Cutrlght will portray .... .
satin, street length gown with a Kim, a swinging teen-ager, with ,{Y# 6 4 ,
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scalloped waist and three-quarter Keith Smith as her steady. In : '; ; "". .. .. ,
length sleeves. Her veil was 1'.i:" the roles of her family are Ken 'hf) '.' 1'" .."..,,<: ..;.... ;:iilJI' ;
white chiffon with lace border ,'JG' .:. Morton Arlene Newkerk, Tim ;..,;! ... ...
with rhinestone tlerra. Webber and Hillary Newkerk. f
capped a ', ""
and she carried a' bouquet of Assisted by a cast of 47 hard- '
white tube roses. working teen-agera, these talentod .
players should present a
Linda Bisbee, sister of
Miss
wholesome evening of entertainment
the bride: was maid of honor for the entire family.As v "iI
and blue chiffon dress
wore a rORDOtiSrOM4-DaSEDAN
the plot unfolds, a young
With white lace bodice and carried
music publisher and prospective
a bouquet of white and pink 1
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carnations.J. r English teacher named Albert -8 MOTOR CRUISE-0-MATIC TRANSMISSION
Peterson finds himself beset by W"V
R, Taylor served as best problems: his secretary, Rod, HEATER SEAT BELTSFACTORY .
man. Cynthia Bisbee a sister of wants to marry him, he hasla( AIR LP
the bride, was flower girl, and domineering mother, and Conrad w F HIHG
Phillip Freeman brother of the ,'air r Birdie who Is virtually Alberts;
groom, was ring bearer creation and chief support a
The wedding music was preaenled rock and roll singer of immense FULL PRICE $2590 11m
by Mrs. Jim Kelly, pianist popularity, is about to be drafted *: ,
and Jim Kirkland singing into the army.

"Whither Thou Goest". Route suggests that Albert'R $$250 Down or $$58 Mo. II
Mrs. Bisbee chose for her .,- -..- write a special farewell song fqr .
daughter's wedding a blue silk Mr, and Mr. Gilbert Eugene Freeman Birdie one that he can sing
gown with white accessories and while i giving one of his fans ,a .., O
wore a corsage of blue and pink Mrs Richard Bare closed the Mr and Mrs. Lester Cantrell, "last"1 civilian kiss.I Its success w
carnations. The groom's mother meeting with prayer, and tho Mr. and Mrs Carl Cantrell and as a hit record Is of course In.
wore a pink gown with white meeting was turned over to tho grandson, Douglas, visited cnu- evitable. 6
accessories and wore a corsage hooters, Mn. Lucas, who served sins, Mr. and Mrs Roscoe Lynn Albert agrees and Rosin seleds;
of white carnations.. dtlicloua cake ice-cream, coffee and family last Sunday In Bun- the name of the lucky girl: Kin
Following the ceremony a re and a cold drink to the following nell. MacAfee of Sweet Apple, Ohio. II
ception was held in the home of ; Mr. Marvin Sheely, Mrs. Willjrd: Wessinger and family When the teenagers of Sweet Apple Mac Sez "Move Em Out
the bride's parents.) The bride'stable Charles Thompson Mrs. M. M. from Lexington S. C. visited and Hugo, Kim's steady, find\! -
was beautifully set with a Green Mrs. Roselle Sandidge, in the home ot Mr. and Mrs. W. out that Conrad's coming to town,
!lace cloth, a centerpiece of pink, Mrs. R. A. Watson, Mrs. Lloyd Q. Wenlnger In Titusville last It really throws this peaceable "
white and yellow carnations and Rackley, Mrs. W. N. Frost, Mrs.J. week community into a dither And Let Em Go .
baby breath. A beautiful three- K, Stevenson, Mrs. Richard Mrs. Willie WlllUms, aut of Life in the MacAfee household,
tiered cake finished out the wedding Bare, Mrs. Howard Rucker and W Q. Wesslnger, Is spending Is completely disrupted. But the
theme. Cake, punch, mints myself as guest. h',r vacation with Mr. We.- MacAfee family is finally consoled II I
and mixed nuts was served the ginger and his wife Ruby, In when they find they are
guests, with Mrs Louise Hutcne- Visits Werld's Fair Titusviile. going to be on the Ed Sullivan
IOn, Mrs. R. M. Woodruff and Show.
and Horace SO HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO
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Miss Joyce Green presiding at After the arrival of Mae, Albert' -
and ions, Rufus and Horace Jr., Enjoyi) Ceok-Out
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Allen the brido's left last Monday for a trip to The Friendship Class ot Mims .
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a blue suit and wore a corsagethe fair, They will also tour many picnic and cookout last Saturday for our romantic couples. But
center flowers from her Of the' Western' States before returning with their teacher and his after several enthusiastic songs,
bridal bouquet. In leaving Sharon home wife, Mr and Mrs, Lyle Duff, you can be sure that all will end II
tossed her bouquet which was Miss] June Sharpe, a studentat at their home in Spruce Hills.
caught( by Miss Grace Alton, Florida Southern, was home well.Tickets may be purchased at
After a trip to the mountainsof last week-end to visit with her Circle Meeting Shoes 'n Save, Fulmer' Drug, The Best Selection Of New
N. C. the couple will make parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace The Mary Nicholson Circle ot or from any member of the cast.
:- 'their home on Buffalo Road In Sharpe, before they left on their the Mlms Methodist Church metat
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: Out of town guests were Mr. troll hostess, on July 16th. Mrs to: Mrs. Tommy Mack, Mrs. II
and Mrs. R. M. Woodruff from Honeymoon Trip Grover Wright circle chairman Leonard Gaetano, Mrs Brenton
Palatka and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mr. and Mrs. Ted Brayton left presided. Mrs. Arthur Miller Jr. Kelsler Mrs. J. W. Erwin, Mrs., In Central Florida !
: Miller from Sanford. on their honeymoon last week gave the devotional and program Courtney Porter Mrs Lester
from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. following which the hostess Cantrell Mrs. Ernie Harris,
: Deborah Class Meeting Stopping in Biloxl, Miss., and served home made pound Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs. John
: The Deborah class of the First then on to Minis to visit with a cake, shel bet and (ginger ale Schneider, Mrs. Charles Smith,
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I Local baseball fans watched grounder to ahortshop, who tried WH Leads Jr. Olvmnics

Mine of their hope of placing All-Star Results to make a play at home, but Eggers cntue.t
team In the District Little Lea slid In safe and Frasurewas its*. tree ftfe.It -

gue finals go down the drain Senior Division Area 3 Results life at first Tom Strenth Whispering Hills Elementaryhas 25 yard dash, 6-7 year old girls! : 1. Lyvonne Harvey, Mfmi;

last night as only two of five Merritt Island S, Titusville 2. walked, and Poff hit to the second won't be long before a commanding lead in the girls: 1, Melody Linger, RV; 2. 2. Terry Hock, WH; 3. Karen

North Brevard teams enteredin Indian River City 4,, Cocoa baseman, forcing Strenth. a) Football players enjoying the summer months will have to cutoff first round of the annual Sum Diana Payne, WH!; 3, Doreen Roucll, WH!, 4. Rolle Taylor,

the all-star tournaments managed Beach, 0M'lor Moore ended the inning flying the beatle mop hair dos, hang up their guitars, replace thongs mi'r Recreation Junior Olympics Simms, RV; 4. Adair Bridges, Mimi: 5, Nona Benecke, RV.
to survive the strong pitching ... out to center. with shoes, even wear socks, remove surf board racks off their cars, but it is possible the school maybe Mims; S. Cindy Edwards, Mims. Time: 98 --

and errorless boll of the League Area 3 Score by Innings: quit carrying cigarette around and don I nice new leathery-smelling unseated before the meet la Time 4.8.ThreeIl'glll'd. 100 yard dash, 9-10 year old

county's finest little leaguers. Cocoa North 4, Mims 1 Indian River City 001 000-1 1 3 football uniform completed Monday race, 6-7 year boys: 1. Tim Dickson WH2; .

Tilusville's Major League Division Titusville 5, Indian River City, 1 Titusville 001 40X-S 6 2 a> TitURVllle residents will experience their first full scale demonstration Minis Klcnuntary school is old boys:: 1. Vance, Rice RV; 2. Kevin! Hall, Mime; 3. Mike Ptn-

and Indian River City'j the Little League organisation's march on city hall. About /Si) points behind the leaden Jtolmger, Pigg, WH, 3. DulSunto, can, WH!; 4. Rickey Edwards,

Senior Division capitalized on errors Major League Area 4 Mims AN-Slars This column will have another competitor, that' Is if that certain and if enough new event Pierce, HV; 4. Hall, Graham, Mims; S. John DalSanW, RV.

backed with excellent Merritt Island S, Rockledge, 0 pamplet ever quits slamming politicians. You might say It's In are added for tho second round, Mimi; 5. Cowart, Harrison, Time: 1372.

hitting, pitching and defense, Satellite Beach 6, Cocoa Beach 4Tonight's the sport business now, because they're always riding someone they can overtake Whispering Mimi Time: 68, 100
and will enter the area tourna or somebody about something. Hills and become the new North Three legged race, 8.7 yard dash 11-12 year old
Lose 4-1 In year girls 1 1.
CocoaWith : Lyvonne Harvey, Mima;
ment's, closing rounds.A I Titusville )polite department should have I new motorcycle to Brevard Champion old girls: 1. Whltoker, Michael- 2. ,
Terry Hock, Will 3. ,Beth
mid-afternoon rain storm Schedule catch downtown speeders, one if really opened up would lay tire Don Godwin, coordinator of lake, RV; 2. Slgmore, Stilton, Marlin WH ;
Jonelle
4. Taylor,
cancelled all of the area games, a large crowd of fans marks from one end of town to the other. Beware street draggerst the Junior Olympics said thlit Will] 3. Linger, Harley, RV; 4. ;
HV ,
Area 3 nt-Plnals 3 Frances Oateen Mimi
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looking the
on, Mims
both north and south Wednesday Major League Sol! now local patrolmen can take the signs off Die bark of their cars year records ire being kept on Payne. Unshorn. Mimi: 5. Clan.Colter .. Tune '
night, and threatening Major Division All/ Stars dropped a ,well readme.. "I midst be slow, but lens ahead of you." earl event unit the Citv ftpcron- Mime Time: 7: "-"- : II.
Edgewater-Oak Hill, vs. Cocoa played tilt H to Cocoa North In 100 yard dash 11.12 qld
clouds appeared Thursday evenIng a) Billy Dee, WRMF's sportscaster, will be giving us his list of lion Department Is donating a Sack rare, 8.7 year old boys; year
however;! all of the previously North, (at Cocoa North), 4:30: Cocoa last night. games that he figures the Terriers will win or lose in football this large trophy, which will be I. Jim MiCann. RV; Wally boys: 1. Jon Hall, Mimi; 2. Mike
The Mims
rained.out games were rescheduled p.m. the first frame nine fell behind In year. We pulled a few goofs last year, just because we believe In given to the school with the Eahleman, WII; 3. Kim hail Ball, WH; 3. Brent Talley, WH;

r and played Titusville vs. Cocoa South (Tal 3.0 In the fourth, dropped behind upholding the home team, such as predicting Titusville over Melbourne highest overall points and rotnt Mime; 4. Bill Bollngcr./ WII; B. 4. Ron Altman, Minis; S. Greg
and then
Titusville's Senior Division madge Wells Field)) 7 p.m. teams the Titusville over Winter! Park and Titusville over Seabreere. id on a yearly basis, depending Mike Dalsnntn, RV. Time 74. Jlclphenfttiin, RV, Time: 125.

I team, figured by some as havingthe Area 4 Finals, Major Division Cocoa swapped North put runs a In run the across fifth. 0 Titusville Is going to lose one good spoils fan. Yes, some morning on the winner. Whispering Hills: 80 yard dash, 8.9.10 year olds: 100 yard dash, 8-9-10 year old

best possibilities to at least Merritt Island vs. Satellite Bcaihat the platter in the first on a leadoff we're not going to report for work and they're going to fish us won the event last year Tim Dickson WH; 2. Greg War- girls: 1. Debbie Constance, WH;

reach the District Tournament, ( Mcrritt bland) 7 p.m. single by Williams, a walk to from one of those holes on Tropic Street. In overall points, Lyvonne liar- men, WH; 2. Kevin hall Mims, 2. Susan:. MacCallum, Mimi; jj.

were routed last night by Mer- Senior Division, Arts 3 Finals Taylor and infield outs by Koiol a) We're going to have enough experience handling alligators, vey, 12 year old feminine athlete tie; 3. Steve Houston, Mime; 4. Larklns Cynthia Cihik, WH; 4. Peggy

ritt Island all-stars. Mimi Major Merritt Island va Indian River anti Barflcld!, with Williams scoring that we'll apply for a job at that place South of town and be billed from Mints Is making mother Jim Mdttlniily, RV. Time: 7.1.I \ Mims; 8. Jerolyn Wll-
League all-atars fell behind on the last one. as "Prime Cherokee Gator nail", excellent performance, running 60 yard dash, 6 9-10 year old tern, RV Time 1305. ?
City, (at Merritt Island
: early In the game and never recuperated ) 7pm. They sent two more runs homeIn a) One of the largest pro-am golf tournament In Florida may bo In five events and taking five girls; Debbie Constance, WH!; 100 yard dash, 13-14 year old

f And Indian River the fourth on singles by Buchanan held In Tltu vllll'. first places for 40 point Miss 2. Merriam Millutehlnson. RV; boys: 1. Earl Cockerhan, Mimi;

City's Major League was defeated Withy and Barnes, a double by and Eherwein, sandwiched 0 Castro's gonna' have to shave that beard, If he wants to eat a Haivey Is making I repeat of 3. Esther Morrison, WH,: .4. Peggy 2.12.1.Allan Robinson, Mims. Tisjle*

by Titusville'a all-slan. Thompson, a passed ball and a around an error and two Infield clean meal. last year when she plainly out- Larklns, Mims( ; a, Susan

The two teams remaining in fielder's choice tent the three outs. 0 North Brevard might have another high school. Then, what ran and out jumped every boy MacCallum, Mimi: Time: 7.0. 440 relay, 89.10 year old bofs:

the tournament are Titusville's tallies across. Mime got runners on first/ base will happen to Tituivlllc's! football players, all 40 of them. If there athlete In the field. 80 yard dash, 11.12 year old Whispering Hllln (Frank Keller,

Major League team and Indian Thus Thompson not only hurleda in the first, third and fourth were two high schools NorlH'tlrcvard now, like there are In South Taking the lead In 6-7 year old boys: 1. Jon Hull, Mims; 2. Brent Greg Warren, Mike Duncan stand
'
River City's strong Senior Division no-hitter but got two of the frames, but they died right there. Brevard, evenly divided, each'NB school would have 20 boys Just bracket Is Tom Prltcrurd of Tallev, WH; 3. Bruce, Herman, Tim Dickson). 2. Mime (Stevo

four Indian River City hits-a In the fifth they put together think, I real distinction, the only. Class AA schools in Florida with Riverside Bill Bulmger of Whli- Minis; 4. Greg Helphenstlne, Houston, Rudie Edwards, JodieCowait

IRC now advances to the Area double and single what had all the appearances ofa 20 boys out for football.ThreePhase. pl'rlnIIIIII, and Vance and Rice RV| 5, Rickey Cato, Wit Time: Kevin Halt). 3. River-

3 finals tonight against a stout IR City 001 300 0-4 4 0 big rally. A hit batter and a of Rivcrview, all with 8 points 66. view, (Jim Mattlngly, Wayie

\ Merritt Island team and Titus- Cocoa Beach 000 000 0-0 0 2 walk got two men on, but a Diana Payne of Whispering 60 yard dash, 11.12 old Bexart, John Benecke, David

\i ville Major League will play in Thompson and Barnes; Lewis, strikeout and a fly out dashed Dove Huntina SeasonFlorida Hills la leading the 6-7 year old girls: Lyvonne Harvey, year Mimi; 2. Grimm). r\\
the semi-finals against Norton (7)) and Smith. their hopes. Altman kept it alive kins with 18/
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Cocoa points, while Timmy Terry Hock, WH; 3. Beth Martin Basketball throw, 8-9-10 ytlr
South, which drew a bye in the with a single and Hall reached hunters will have ,a rich, director, Game and FreshWater Dickson hat a tremendous WH; 4. Mary Lewis, Mimi; lId girls: 1. Cathy Decker, W 1;
first round, on Talmadge Wells base on an error, with Jobe scor three phase season for migratory Fish Commission lead in the 8.9.10 old
year boys 8. Jonette 2. Catherine
j Taylor RV. Time DalSanto
6 8. RVj 3.
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Poff Hurls
One ing. With the bases dove ;
Field tonight at 7 p.m. Cocoa loaded Lock- hunting during the 190405 The first with 34.Debbie. 80
phase will be open yard dash, 14-18 year old Linda Campbell, WH; 4. Pa ty
1m hit
will a screaming liner, that season, according to A. D. Aid-
play Edgewatcr-Oak Hill at Cocoa for dove hunters October 3 Constance of Whispering boys: 1 I. Mike Coffey, Mims; 2. Cagle, RV. Distance, 31'4". :
i. Cocoa tonight, and the two winning shortstop Williams took on who through November 8. The Hills has 24 points In the 8- Greg
Hilter For LL a spearing "look what I touched third base for one second Kolnlrh, Mims. Time 8.4. Basketball throw, 11.12 yt>r
teams will return to Titus- that still has the fans talk-got"catch out, flipped It to first to get Fin. phase opens November 14 9-10 girls and Mike Ball of Whispering 75 yard dash, 8-9-10 year old old girls: I I. Terry Hock, WHs2.;::

ville Saurday night for the Area .Ina..... ney for two, and Gregory who to run through November 29. The Hills has 26 In 11.12 boys; I. Tim Dickson, WH!; 2. Lorraine Webster, WI5; Dt-
3 Major League Championship David Poff pitched a one-hitter was moving third phase will be December boys Allan Robinson of Mima Is Mike
The second tried to go open Duncan, WH; 3. Bob Watt- anne Mlchaellsko, RV) 4. Oil
and victors
The winner from Area 3 will ad- the Titusville Major League pushed their final on to third, but Dix, Titusville's 19 through January 4. leading the 13.14 boys with 20points. wood, RV; 4. David Graham, K Pittman, RV. Distance 87'8",r
vance to the District All Stars came from behind in run over in the fifth on an error, Shooting will be .
Tournament first baseman threw beck to allowed from V; 5, Jackie Cowart, Mime Basketball throw, 8.9-10
In Cocoa, starting Monday. If TItusvtlle's the third Inning with( one run walk and Buchanan's double. third where Grimm made the 12.00 noon until sunset of each All hlfli point winners will Time.: 1028. old boya: 1. Tim Kelly WlI.2.Mare year: .
Major Leaguers and then took a commanding Displaying a "never say die"Iplrlt tag. The triple play Is believed open day. Daily bag limit for receive individual ;
win to trophies, 75 yard dash, 8-9.10 Carhle
old WH
3.
lead the year
in the Mimi team back ; Tommy
fourth to defeat
came
the area, they will! draw a bye in Indian be the only one in Drevard for( dove will be 12, with a possession however, the lead may change girls: I. Debbie Constance Logan, RV,.
the" first round of the River City's all'stars :9-1 last with two out in the sixth to this season of two days' bsg. before the meet Is WH; Distance (65'3".
District.
completedFirst 2.
night. threaten with a walk and a tingle Cynthia! Clhlk, WH; 3. never- Basketball ,throw, 11.12
If IRC's Senior Titusville's main trouble wls Other rules for half meet results year
all-stars win on migratory :
game Icy Flowers
RV 4.
but a strikeout cut it short. ; Cindy Clack, John Lawyer, MJms
tonight over Merritt Island, they Played on Sand Point's Tal offense. In the opening frame, during the 1UA469 season are as 25 yard dash, 6-7 year old Mims 5, ; 3. Don
; Rayetta Sim.
will leave tomorrow morning for madge'Wells Field, before a cap Altman and Romans had the Mike Dunbar opened with a follows: Rail (marsh hen and boys: 1 Tom Pritchard, RV; 2. Time 113. RV. Langley, RV: 4, Asher Kuhji/ ,

Jacksonville, where they will acity crowd, the win slides Titusville only hits for Mime as Taylor strike out, Wayne Bingham, filed galllnule), open September 8 Greg Altman, Mims; 3. Vern 75 yard dash Mims.
into the area semi-finals hurled a nice game for Cocoa out to left 13.14 year old Basketball throw, J3-14 year
play the North Area Championat held and Grimm through November 13, with a Prevert, Mims; 4. Dan Tram.
boys I I.
4 p.m. for the District tonight against Cocoa South, the North, striking out nine. struck out. In the second, Mike daily bag of 15, and a total possession melt WH; 8. Bill Bolllnger W : Allan Robinson, Mime; old boys: 1. Bob Graham, Multi;
2
2
fudge
team Buchanan had half Coffey, Mime Time 9.8. 2.
Championship. Only that defeated Titusville last of the six Knowles popped out to the pitcher of 30. Woodcock! opens 11 Time: .4 S. Dan Houser, Mime Distance
one game year in the District Tournamentat Cocoa hits, smashing two singles November 75 yard dash, 11-12 year old 78'8".
will be played to determine the and Craig Earnest struck out 14 and closes ; --.4-- ____
District Jacksonville. a double. and Joe Nobles hit an easy uary 2 with a daily bag I:
champ, with Jan.//
only the
winner representing the Big Poff, who takes complete Mullis opened on the mound for single: to short stop, but Roger /S and total possession of J

in the state district .- control once he's on the mound, Mims and was relieved by Romans Adkinson then struck out. Snipe opens November 14 liver
tournament
in Orlando beginning retired 13 batters on strike outs, in the fourth. It was like this for five innings! January 2 with a daily bag of Lanes Bowling
Monday. allowed only one hit, a double Mims 000 010-1 2 3 Merritt Island opened with eight and total possession of sixteen ,

and even found time to clobbera Cocoa North 100 21 x-4 6 3 both barrels in the third inning, Daily shooting hours for 800
double In the third inning to Mullis, Romans (4)) and Altman; Mike Griffis walked, and Guthrie rails, woodcock and snipe are Orlando Road 0 Indian River City. Florida 0 Phone 287.7118

Thompson Proves tie the score at 11. Taylor and Kocol. singled: to short and was safe on from sunrise until sunset Jack Molt Manager

Indian River City picked up a throwing error, Titusvillc's Waterfowl hunting-for ducks,

His ProwessTommy their only tally In the third, when MerrfltlsJandBeals first baseman lost the ball momentarily geese and coot-will be announced .
John McLaughlin walked and long enough for Grlf later when established
Glenn Young sent a screamer fis to steal home and score (he by the U. S. Bureau of Sport

Thompson proved his down first base line for a double, Tilusville first run. Flnney struck out, but Fisheries and Wildlife.
j. worth as an outstanding senior scoring McLaughlln. But their Randy Brooks singled Rascoe

league baseball player last night. threat was cut short as Vester hit a home run over the left field
The youthful Indian River lined out to Poff who caught A triple play In the seventh In- fence with two men on to give COMPLETETRANSMISSION

City pitcher was crafty at Cocoa Young off third base for a quick ning and a bases loaded effort Merritt Island a 4.0 lead Then,

Beach as he spun a no.hitter and double play. with no outs In the sixth, proved Hurm, the pitcher, dammed another 1
led the North Brevard team to Tltu vllle'l big Inning was the unprofitiable to Titusville's Senior homer over the left field
a 4.0 victory In the first round of fourth when nine men faced Division all.star team last fence for a 5-0 Iud KIDS !

the District Senior League play. Barry Stephens and Ronnie Schwartz night as they were soundly defeated Reliefer Wayne Bingham SERVICE

"ffa. Indian River City's start ( by Merritt Island, 5.2. struck out two of the next three

But as good as Thompson was, ing and relief pitchers and scored Titusville sent seven batter batters to retire the side. SATURDAYS9A.M.
he was backed up by his hard. four runs Wesley Shuman led to the plate in the sixth inning, In the sixth Inning, Titu vllle'l SULLY'SSINCLAIR
playing teammates, who scored one run on a passed ball, only threatening
played with a single followed by Don appearance of 9 'Ill 5 P.M.
flawless ball in the field and collected Roger'f blooplng single over first then squeezed another home!! on a the game, Mike Farmer reached 214 .. With 247W41 .

four hits, making them base. The first baseman tried to bunt, but Merrl't Island's Rob- first on a walk Dix doubled Into Former Chevrolet Did,.
all count for bie Hurm, who mixed adrop* left field
runs.Barrowman play on Shuman who was headed moving Farmer around _
broke up a scoreless for second, however, a wild ping curve with a fast ball, completely to third. Dunbar Walked/ loading I 3 GAMES

duel between Thompson and throw went Into center field and dazed Titusville and the bases with no outs. Farmer

Cocoa Beach hurler Lewis, whenhe Shuman scored on the overthrowwith struck out the next two batters scored on a passed ball, and 'I HOT DOG t
scored the first Indian River Rogers advancing to third. and forced the third to ground Bingham hit a safe bunt down HONDA"World

City run In the third inning. Scott Paige followed with a double out leaving the bases loaded. third base line scoring Dix

After Barrowman walked, scoring Rogers, and Gary The triple play was centered Grimm walked, again loading) COKE
Thompson singled Barrowman Eggers singled Into center field around starting pitcher Preston( the bases, knowles and Pete Evans No. I Cyelo"t

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grounder by Gary Hart. Eggers went all the way to third third by Wayne Bjngham: and rounded out to third to climax
The Indian River City nine base. moved to third base. With runners the Inning.

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game wide with a hit batter and a walk Wally Titusville 000 020
open three runs retired Brad Churchwell onItrlke. -S 2 Z,
In the fourth frame. Singles by .. Steve Frssure hit a Finney hit a grounder to Grimm, Merritt Island 005 ono-S 2 3sK.
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I especially if the late and
Pros rw Mini Senior League All.Stir afternoon evening rain showers
Fluoridation The Anti ConsFor 'fir team will meet a similar team persist.

from the Sheriffs' Boys' Ranchat Most of the fishing establish-
Live Oak, In B benefit game in menu in the area have reported \,:

ruary, 1964"Statements: eratlon In many countries. Some to the structure and cause pre. Tablets? MimI August 8. good trout fishing on the Indian '

have been made have been in progress for the mature aging; of the teeth. W S. "Pappy" Austin, President River, along with good fresh ,
While there are people who that fluorides cause or accelerate pant 12 years "2. At 1.0 part in 15,000,000 ot While there is support for and of the Mimi League said water angling on South and Fox]
oppose fluoridation of public the growth of cancer This is "The biological effect of fluorides water it reduce the action of opposition to fluoridating city that the tilt will be played at Lake and the St. Johns River,

water systems, there are also Dot true. Statistics in various have been described in lipase, an Important fat digesting water, a third proposal, tried ina 2.30: p.m. on that date. however surf fishing has been
those who strongly support It states indicate that cancer rates nearly 3,000 clinical and experimental enzyme, as much a* 50%. number of cities, might solve considerably slower since Tues
and who produce facts in support are lower in states where there reports In the past 20 "3. At 1.0 ppm. fluoride interfere the problem for both tide Arrangements for the tilt have day
Fluorides cells with the breakdown been made and tickets are on Trout fishermen have been
of it. are many natural fluoride areas years. penetrate of carbohydrates N receiving
One of the cities in Clifton, ,
Donald R. McNeil strong than in states where the waters and In sufficiently/ high concen and with the activityof 1 sale by the sheriff's department, good luck with live
Dr J., where the board of health
the American are fluoride-free, trations Inhibit certain enzymes, Vit. Bl. plus members of the Titusville shrimp for bait, and also the
ly supported by provide fluoride tablet to its
Dental Association, says: "Persons rising questions about but no evidence of enxymal Inhibition "The research of Thlorell, Nobel residents rather than adding and Mimi Jaycees "verro spook" a large top water
damage to the Internal organs has been found in per. prize winner for his work on stAf The will bo the plug, late In the afternoon.
played on
"Forty-five million Americans fluoride to the water system game
of adults have no evidence on sons drinking fluoridated water oxidative enzyme along with --- Mlms field. Fresh water anglers are catching v'
drink fluoridated water. More which to base their charge. Actual containing concentrations of fluoride other Nobel Inst. researchers Reason for doing this: HISTORIAN Arthur Arnold four and five pound bass, fol. ;

than 2,000 communities have de. observations of people who optimal for dental health. made these findings and bad While the commonly quoted author of civil war novel, Two-lhirds of the proceeds will lowing the rains, using plastic', '
cided that fluoridation is safe, have lived up to 70 years or more "There is no evidence of kid. much to do with the ruling of the cost to fluoridate a water supply "Behold My Brother", has go to the Boys' Ranch and one- worms. According to a spokes ,

effective and Inexpensive. In areas where water has a high ney Injury or of any effect on concurrent Supreme Court of Sweden In Dec 1 Is 10 cent per person per year, been named historian of Bre third to the Mims Little League. man at Causeway Marina, trout fl
"After studies over a period of concentration of fluoride have not kidney disease In populations 1961, that fluoridation of water it 1 II much cheaper to furnish the earl County Historical Society have been caught weighing up to t

19 years, including two large revealed injuries to the Internal drinking fluoridated water supplies was not permissible tablet to those who wish them. a combined county-state five pounds. >
scale studies at Grand Rapids, organs" where fluoride concentrationsare under the "Swedish Health Act", There ia waste in fluorldmg the agency. The society Is presently Malayan MinisterTo

Michigan, and Newburg N.Y., From the expert committee on as prescribed."No about looking for permanent headquarters THE DORIS LAMP SHOP It
since
defects water system only
There bone
1. -
are more
declineIn
results showed a startling water fluoridation of the World relation between thyroid of the and Arnold empha Visit Cape Lamp Stylists
rate of children'steeth and more serious In child one half of one percent
the decay dysfunction and naturally fluoridated -
the society
Health Organization: sizes the fact that
communities adding ren using water containing 10 water 1 II used. for human con- Rahm t e IMPORTS
in Tunkuabbul a n put r a,
establish
"Reports of the results, after 10 water has been has no place at present to store
fluoride to the water supplies. years of controlled fluoridation ed. ppm. of fluoride sumption.The historical data and informa Prime Minister of Malaya, will S DECORATOR II
"In 1950 the U.S. Public Health in three cities two In the USA "Growth and development art tablet method Is more ac e CUSTOM
2. Fluoride Ingested by hu tion. If anyone has any historical visit Cape Kennedy Sunday and Ova 500 to
Service and the American The'fol.Dental. and one In Canada, show a remarkable normal in children drinking water mans slow down blood coagulation curate and better controlled Information they are ask ho and his party will be conducted choose from
Association endorsed it. the means of dispensing fluoride t'
result. The prevalenceof containing proper concentration .
Medical ed to keep it until such time on a tour of the National All Sizesi I
/
lowing year the American dental caries In the permanentteeth of fluoride since each Individual can con
( Association approved. of continuously resident "Mortality rates in areas of "3. Fluoridation a* practiced trol the supply. as a building la acquired. Aeronautics and Space Administration All Shapes! v

"No public health measure has children, who had used the fluoridated controlled fluoride programs are has serious effects on goiter pat The tablet method offers flexibility / facilities. Color! -

ever been subjected to ao much ( drinking water through. comparable for cities with nat ients. it can be discontinuedby Athletic Day The tour will leave Cape Colony THE DORIS LAMP SHOP "
critical analysis, atudy and In. ural fluoride and non-fluoride .,. ,..... '
out life was decreased by some "4. Fluoride retards mental an Individual at any time. Inn at 8:45: a.m. 1'5 IIWUW.\Y lOll. nCL
vestigation. Out of this long his public water supplies. No relation 1-7661 P5IMTIIM5NB5FLA.
60 per cent. Comparison was development, depending upon Victor H. Dietz, Ph.D. (St
tory of fluoridation came an !irrefutable between fluoride and arthritic ----------- .
either with tho findings
made the amount ingested. Louis University School of Dentistry ( Is (Closing
fact: There ls not one among their counterparts prior to changes in bone baa been amp
"The May 1943 Issue of Radio ) :
evidenceto says
shred of (good scientific found."
fluoridation or with the findings
deny the conclusion that fluoride among children In the control cit. logy contains a description of i "From my own experience and Athletic day camp, tennis and MONEY ,,
at the proper level helps to leI selected for the separate cane of fluoride ostcosdcrosU that of numerous colleague, plus golf clinic offered by the CIt
prevent tooth decay and is absolutely studies AgainstThe (the bone disease caused by too mass controlled projects, it ap Recreation Department terminate For Extra Fast BORROW PAYMENT
rate."Fluoride. much flourlnc). pears that tablet admmistraion today after six weeks ol t $150.00 N.s
is I diet essential. If "Dental caries experience In following Is Informationfrom "This patient had lived all his may prove 50 per cent superior successful instruction, Jack Mal SERVICE. $360.00: TI :
you wanted no fluoride whatso the teeth of children born prior Mrs. Dale Custer: life where NATURAL fluorinewas to fluoride .In municipal water Icr, Recreation Director said I 267-4331 ,450.00 ,.2J:
fluoridation also $600.00 .3U'PAY
ever, you would have to live on a to was appreciably "The Issue of Fluoridation of present in the drinking wat systems. It is simpler by far to Thursday. Loans Up To $*00.

diet made up primarily of reduced. our water in Titusville Is of vital er. lie died of severe anemia administer a tablet to a child Inba&y Each of the events enrolled BILLS TAXES REPAIRS ETC. .. t
beets, cabbage and cauliflower "Observations on growth and concern to me and my family. which did not respond to treat.ment foods or milk or have him
cooked In distilled water. development, calcification! of "For the past several years I which was supposedly .wallow.,It like a pediatric aspirin nearly 40 people at the recreation beginning < Southern Loan Company
"Chemically and physiological bones, dysplasla of the teeth, gin. have been quite Interested In the caused by excessive fluorine that than t ta make that he of the summer
ly, there is absolutely no differ givitis, hearing, sight and blood subject of chemical additives of had made his bones dense and drink exactly> ese quart sure of water program. 346 S. WASHINGTON AVE. TITUSVILLI.

ence between water fluoridatedby were made In one or more of the our food products. The more I brittle and had almost completely which Is ImpocslbW for an Other programs offered by the
nature and water fluoridatedby study projects. Comparison of read, the more I'm convinced It's closed off the canals In the bone tbo city will continue for the next t
infant to during
man. All fluorine is natural these observations with establish endangering our live slowly and thru which his flood flowed. consume two weeks, Including the supervised MOTOR LOBBY
first, and most important years FREE PARKING a 532 ROOMSREASONABLE
fluorine. ed norms, with counterparts surely, "Among the many well known playground program, preschool
"Fluorides In the water supply prior to fluoridation, or with opposite "While I am aware that some opponents of fluoridation are Alton of his life and charm classes. RATES

are Incorporated 1 Into the structure numbers in control cities additives are a necessity, chlorine Ochsncr M.D., famous New EVERY CONVENIENCE

of the teeth as they are forming revealed no deleterious or beneficial being one, I am also aware Orleans surgeon; Jonothan For- Civic enter Horsemen Set PHONE 873 4821
-from the time the tooth buds effects other than those re chlorine is easily removed by man, M,D., former editor of tho fiOWELL
begin forming until I child Is lating to dental caries exper boiling the water Fluorine can Journal of the Ohio State Medical Practice Sunday

about 14 yean old and aU the knee not be destroyed In this or any ( Assoc; L. A. Aleson M.D., Is DiscussedIndian North Brevard Hoiscman'i e 0USE
teeth are formed. "Dental caries Is one of the other manner. former State Health Officer of CAFETERIA
"Children drinking water ad: most prevalent and widespread "How do we know what effect Neb. and E.: A. McLaughlin, fork Club will have a practice ampluyduy d DINING ROOM AND LOUNGE
justed to the proper amount of diseases. There Is no hope of fluoride will have on our bodies mer Director of Health for River Civic Center Sunday afternoon at ':1

fluoride have from 60 to 65 percent controlling the disease by present after using it over a period often Rhode Island I board of directors met Thursday p,m, at the Horse Club Arena iitireparauon. e MEETING AND DISPLAY ROOMS ,.,

less dental deny than those treatment methods alone Fluor- to twenty yean? It has been "This evidence Is not in me night with representative of for their Labor Da:ny "ONCE
OUR GUEST ALWAYS OUR GUEST"Get
drinking water with Inefficient Idatlon of drinking.water sup proven by biochemists that fluorides least all that could be writtenon area organisation using the
fluoride plies Is the most promising of are cumulative. That means the subject of fluoride My center on a regular basis to discuss Show scheduled in September. -- - --

"And, moat Important, the preventive methods. The effectiveness they build up In our systems hope is it will\ concern tho real. means of raising funds for
benefits lost throughout their safety and practicabilityof after the center.
: year year."Contrariwise dents of Titusville into action on Functions." Dinner will be aerv
lives Tim decay resistance is, fluoridation as a caries-preventive these are some what will\ be taking! place July The Immediate needs of funds ed at 6:39( p.m. with the program
built into the teeth." measure has been estalished. :>- of the damaging effects of fluorine 28th. will be $1000 needed for the
at 8
beginning pm.
From an American Dental Association \ apparently overlooked by "I for one do not rare to have operational budget of the civic M.y
publication "Fluorl "Hundreds of controlled! fluor f luoi'Iddtionista. The following more chemicals added to our center. rituivlll (Florida) Star-Advocaal.bll.hd
lotion Facts' published( In Feb Illation programs are now in op"Am facts were obtained from Pre
of the
food and drink if we have any Paul 'Wiley, a member
-- -- --- -- -- -- --- : 10015Publl.hed
L. ---1;' vention' Magazines, giving names evidence whatsoever to Indicateit board of directors, presented a ,
of scientific i authors, periodicalor Mond,.,
could cause permanent dam. program for discussion, through W.1a id.yl 4k KrleUH
book, vohirrie' page and year age to our mlnde and bodies which each using organization By TIlu.vllU, Inc.HUrAdvociM -- va t o,

published: "The causes of such diseasesas would be given a fund laising @ At TD 8ur-Advociu>
"1. Lowers hemoglobin and red Building
arthritis, cancer, muscular
quota In proportion to its mem S6 Mali Stress
cells through interference with distrophy, heart disease, only to bership. Each representative 1.lluo.III., 1'1. e
iron protein metabolism and may mention a few, are still unknown. will report to respective organ vzraei"ry
cause irreversible loss of potassium Why then should we then put isations for approval. } H. Hudson .......
from red cells. ( Pande, in Mr.. H..I B Hud..D. V.P.
F another dangerous chemical In further business, the directors :- Robert H. Hudson aecyTraaa.Seeu.d .
PC, and Lail, J.M., Current the water we drink not knowing
approved the hiring of - Scl., v.IS, p.47 1946)) (Sheppard, what damage it could do in a few vIII. l'l..rlu. p. I
C.W., Science, v.114, p.88-1950)). Layne Atkins as custodian of the

+a '! "2. Fluorine Increases excre- years"I uk you to check the labels civic center building, effective .MaYaaplFi.rld. I'.... ": ......1....
a rE tion of Iron thus leading to an on your canned and packaged July 24.The NaU...... adl.rl.l, "....1...... yourmoney's

emia (Steven, M.J. and Johnson, goods in the grocery when you meeting was held at the lIenr H.. 8udsoa Publl.bar
t L.A. Metal Bindings In Medicine, shop. Notice how many chemical home of director Mrs. Larry n"ld Hubert Do d..... Hudwn Adverts.i.Editor, M.r. worthof
p.171-1960)). additives are In the foods we eat, Simms on Abbott Ave and was WIIII.m O. Lr.rl. Circulation Mgr
"3. Damaging effects of fluor. many of which are known attended by the following directors aubaurlptisetats..
ide may be found in the stomach, poisons. We also spray with some : H. G. Barlett, Paul
duodenum, small Intestine, kid. of the deadliest gases known to Wiley, Mrs. Ann Exline Mrs. Jr.Dr.1 Curler IOU e lu.In Norb 44.50 .Broyard e MOo 12.110 land clearingThere's

neys, liver, spleen, lungs, brain, kill Insect In and around the Simmi and O G. Exline. By Malt j;"PiorldsYr. .
I : pancreas, adrenals and thyroId. home. Surely they are doing permanent The following organizations line'' e Mo sass I Mo. '2.ot
(Wadhlvanl, T.K., ct al, J. Indiana damage to our bodies and th.-lr representatives were: Outside Florida:
.1 Inst. Scl., vSJA, p.223-1953)). tool! Must we now have to accept Mr. and Mrs Omar Bowlry, Yr. t1111! e M o. $4101' a Mo. lUll only one sure way of getting what

"4. Blood clotting may be af another poison In our drinking Grange; Mrs. R. S. Nunnally, you pay for in land clearing and thaft with

I glad I found, out In time fected by fluorine (Eveictts, water? IRC Woman's Club; Mrs Carl the reliable man and his Caterpillarbuilttractor.
Med. BJochera, p.68 1946)). "In our grocery we can chooseto Jackson and Mrs M. F. Breed-
that an Independent agent makes "5. in fluorine poisoning of lay the product bark on the love, IRC Garden Club; Robert PICTUREFRAMING .

cattle there 1* painful movement, shelf. We can also choose which Waffer, Boy Scouts; Mrs. San
The Big Difference In Insurance lameness, loss of milk production spray to use or not use for Insect dra Evans, Young Homemakers; Like his tractor, the man who operates

"Suppose I'd bought home Insurance theln.urancecompany I painful labor, calves cue control. We would not have Mrs Claude Graham, Home Demonitiation Any Sine Any Ship Caterpillar machinery is dependable and

directly from some didn't know it. He took carecompanies weak or till born, and hearts a choice with the water except Club; Al Bender BOHANNAN'SSTUDIO has the ability to do the best job for you.
damaged. (Ehrlich C., Dent I II
of everything. to buy bottled water. That expensive and _Mr. Campbell, Twirlaways.
therarztl. Wochschr v.61,, .225-
p !
i
"Consider tills t My Inde"Maet important, because I 1954)). "Instead of spending 10000.00 Next meeting of the Civic Association Caterpillar-built tractors are designed for

pendent agent checked with had an Independent agent I "6. Fluorine at even less than for fluoridation wouldn't we Is scheduled for August CAMERA SHOP the hard clearing jobs in Florida. They can
had worries about insurance 13 at which time City Manager
me regularly to male certain no 1.0 caused Fettled teeth enamel rather them spend this for
ace ditch
ppm. root and stump drainage, push
with at all..no worries about Clevland B. Talmadge will ,, Waanirq/ot ,
today's
insurance kept up and mottled teeth are the control of
my & money on our 133 $7 247-4535 and do all the land
improvement
speak onHow Government I out trees
values. If losing big
replacement money structurally weak and when decay RUSTY water problem? ,
he ha.ln'tl'd be several thousand We are independent Insurance docs set In, the results are "If parent are interested in requirements at the best, most economical ,

dollars poorer today. agents. Let us explain, often disastrous. (Dr. M.C. Smith sound teeth, healthy minds and price. 1
"And consider this! I got how The Big Difference in Insurance and Prof. H. V. Smith of the Un. bodies they can get excellent results BUY YOUR FALL PAINT NOWAT

paid promptly! If there was our continuing, personal of Arizona) (In Newburg, N.Y. by witching more closelythe OUR The next time you plan to clear land -

any fussing or quibbling with attention-can help )you. 1?'' of it'. children bad mottled diets of their youngsters it will pay ;ou to call on the man who
teeth after 10 year fluoridation,) If* up to each of u* a* individuals
"Quote from John E. Waters what we want for our fam CLOSING OUT SALE operates Caterpillar-built machines .

D.D.S.: iliesVe should have that choicein serviced by Rozier.

"1. It cause injuries to the this matter of water flouridatkm. -
tissue about the teeth as well as ." LUCITE WALL PAINT C 7CRt
M |. 7.45 Gal NOW /. *

I t;; JOS. L.
ARC DODGE INC. 7
Re,. 1.15 Ot. NOW. /J

Too 661ar KINGMAN YOUR NEW DODGE DEALER ROZIERMAC

Pjrl Matching Duco Enamel 71
CARPENTER e Service Headquarters For All Re,. ).01 Of. NOW' H I IN. R Y C OFfep .

Chrysler Product.
A SURE AGENCY, INC. QRf. es W PVtAMPACATERPILLAR
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Garden TltutvlIU
SIGN OF 719 -
e Air Conditioning and Transmission Specialist -
STRONGINSURANCE 267-0551 On Duty Now. Jas. Pritchard & Son, Hardware -

PROTECTION Cor. Hopkins fe Harrison 267-4931! J17 WASHINGTON DOWNTOWN TITUSVILLI eMrra..r. ea a.1 ere ..arose a.. R.lalarl/.
Tr./.area .f pa1.r1111ar 'ro.", C.Pap .
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Star-Advocate Here July 29 ;

I MUIIET The Vole .i 25.000 North Brevard County Realdrata rrPTwJ
Charles R Volley of St. Pet
Section I B TITUSVIUI, FLORIDA: FRIDAY, JULY 24, W4 --Pag* I-B crsburg, (lie tonscivalive Republican .
WRAPPER uiiididiiti for Govern01 1
will Vlllit Tllusvillc Wcdiio-
I, ., day, July 2tli!) in the Interest ot
Combined 'Phone Service EndorsedTwo his coTpuign lor the slate iaserr
Looking over the new city teal Advocate doesn't date back to highest: office
and there'II one thing on It that the time they were combined Holicy will be at llm',ard ,.r
this writer disagrees with It goes back to 1880. Johnson's at 7:30: a.m. to mci'
the date of incorporation.Any Just a thought-that somewncreIs Central Brevard city governing Brevard County.R. day that the RocklcdRO! and He! said hu hadn't heard anything with filends and supporters in r
stranger looking at the should be noted this city docs bodies, plus a Chamber of W. Grady, publican C'reoa city councils hail passed from the Ninth liievard" this area.Goodwin.
t; new city coal would think that have more history than the new Commerce, have endorsed the candidate fur State Representative resolution urging the study and urea as jet
seal study for possibly combining proposed such a study re the Cocoa Chamber hud in- District Manager: Woody( Bow- I
..
''f Titusville was I brand new town Indicates telephone service throughout cently and he reported yester cursed such a study din of Melbourne recently reported Completes
and had no history whatsoever.But Girls marry for keeps today- that such a study is underway Finance CoursePvt. I
we disagree very strongly. they keep everything when they and that subscribers may
Titusville has had a lot of his lie Lany U Goodwin, son
get divorced. AiredThe polled noon' regarding their
tory and we see no reason 10 Zoning Requests opinions of a proposed, toll free of Mr and Mil, Bill Goodwin, t
date It from June 2, 1963, but Instead Here's one for you A Lines. area for Central and( North lire- 110 Rkylnne; TiluaxIlK rorplet-
from the date of its original ville, Pa., woman recently celebrated Planning and Zoning Com cation to allow rental stores at Under, new business the following card, ail perhaps' allII the (da hvo-week disbursing sprrl- -. J
incorporation back In the her 100th birthday When mission In session Wednesday the SE corner of Hopkins Avenue requests were read, to bo acted county. hlifl rll..nlit. the Army Finance
last century. asked to what she attributed her night: recommended to City and Bermuda Street. Mr Fisher upon at the next meeting: The study would determine Silmnl, Fort Uenjiimm, Hal rillUII. Charles R. HolleyTides
When the legislature abolished longevity, she replied: "Ever Council approval of two rezoning was unable to be present due to John G. Watson, with permU \I hOlt increase i If any, would lie ind. July 18.
the towns of Titusville and Whispering since I was a little girl I pour. requests, were deadlocked 3,3 on illness. akin of owner, Lincoln Park Inc, required, to eliminate toll calls During the chump\ Godwin
I Hills to create a new city ed all the medicine doctors ever one request, recommended den. Carlo Mayer's request for re- Is requesting rezoning of certain Iwtwel'n t the! two areas Return received! Instiucllnn In imtlioili High Lw
there was no Intention of doing gave me down the drain and I lal of one other and tabled three zoning of certain property In the lots in Lincoln Park Subdivision UIn l post cards, will probably be
away with all of the past historyof planted their pills In my flower requests for lack of information Titusville Fruit and( FarmLands from Rib to an R3 classification/ sent out t't mihstribira to obtain Ing mid fur procedures receipts cord mid In uciount- Saturday, July IS83J
the community.It pots." pertinent to the applications from its present GU classification to allow apartments. (heir reaction! Army finance disbursing piiynuntiby off :: : pm. 2:27: pm.
of She's still living but Indicates Applications recommended for to a BA classification to Clyde Hall, president of Orange / -- --
reminds us a story we ici"i, 8.SI a.m. 2:53 a.rh.Sunday .
heard about Dr. John Tlgcrt for that she's had to have her sink approval Include: allow commercial use along the State Theaters with (permission side of State Road 405( approximately .
University drain cleaned out numerous Sinclair Refining Company's north side of Route 50. of owner, EliahcthEnxlerlek 1500 feet ninth of the Goodwin entered the Army July 21
of the
many years of Florida.president Seems times and has replaced the flowers request that the property located Pirtle Plaza, Inc.'. request that Is requesting rezoning Spaironlx bullillnit, la.it Fcbuuiry awl roinpleled'
Dr. Invited as a few times. Nuff said. at the NW corner of U. S. 1 a service station be allowed as a of the south 400 feet of Lots HI C I'enlley Knight and Ran buslis combat training! ut Fort 0.31 a.m. 3.35 .m.
though receive a degree Tlgcrt was at a college to north and Main Street (formerlyGus compound use In conjunction and, 82, Titusville Fruit and FarmLands diilph' Thomas' request) for ieiinlmj Jaikson, S. C. 10.03 p.m. 3:48 p.tnMonday
one time and those receiving deDrawing A bachelor Is a man who can Faulk Chevrolet and Sm with the shopping center This from its present GU c'In indication ( of property north of Olm- The 20-year-oM suldler, win July 27
toy with the bait without getting clair Station) be rezoned from was tabled j due to lack of Inform to BIt classification to Mend 1 Drive, west side of U S. nduatej: (coin\ Titusvillu High
hooked its present BR classification to ation being presented on Import. allow a drive! .In theater llio 1, to a T classification to allnw School In 1 Dili and attended! DI e'al'd 10.13 a,,,,. 4:13 a.m.
a BA classification In order to ant aspects of the request. property( Is located on the east Tourist Court. \ Junior College! Coiou )10):41 7 m. 4:26 p.m.i .
allow the to demolish ------ ._ .
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company ---- -
Danny one ot tin recent --- -- --------- -- =
county vommiMina: budget committee the present buildings! and (put up I
sessions, Lee Wenner remarked I modern Service Station

the budget that It to would Sold mean the !line"'r on b- toning Carlo of Mayer'property request:located for h the re! WANt' M.ORE, ''f.QR, OUR' MbN { ,.I
bing Peter to pay Paul.! To Tttvsviile Fruit and[ Farm Lands
which Doug Futch jokeingly replied Company, north of Route 50,
"No, it'. the other way from it* p p.T.end t GU classification
around robbing Paul Haney to a K-lb classification to allow
(Dr. T. Paul Haney, bead of the the property to be platted for ANNUAL
health department) to pay single! family residences. i COAT

RATEp JJ Peter." will Subdlvi be lon.known ai Hickory 1'hi'I'

murtvmg Jonah's experience with the The Commission deadlocked 3.3
I'a..ld ".... whale Is proof that can't
r you on approving Myron Green's request
green were "lined up" In accordance keep a good man down. for rezoning of approx.
,. with the number of years imately 8 acres of land in theN LAY-AWAY
the college they represented had Commissioner were discussing of Section 10, Township 22,
I been operating. Dr. Tlgert was the construction budget and the Range 35 East, with permission ,
placed behind an extremely possibility of a Federal Loan of of owner, Lindsey, Inc, from its 1
< youthful president of a college, $61,764 from Housing and Home present R.Ib classification to an 'J''
\ who Irritated the good doctor Finance Agency for planning for ]R.3 classification to allow apartments / I
with his remarks. Dr. Tigert courthouse construction came up. and townhouses. This fi
came back to Gainesville amt Lee Wenner remarked he felt It property is located east of Don % DEPOSIT
started going through the history would be better to stay away Air Subdivision; west of the ;
of the University of Florida onlyto from HHFA if possible, because FEC RR, north of Gibson High { Wf /ZoldB
discover that It was the successor of the red tape Involved, etc. He School. It will go to Council \, .. 7' ,\ Dour coat unUl Jt.
to the old East Florida added l: "Just because I'm against neither recommended nor denied. y or'CIIARJa ,.,
Seminary in Like City, Tnovlng using HHFA funds, doesn't The request of Oleo A. Kelley, ;* .IT'
,
later to Gainesville. In the move mean I'm I Goldwater supporter Robert G. Ryan J. L. Carroll 1 ..1 a. .30 daUB no nt01leg dale"
someone just put down the day ," to which Gus Faulk answered and Maurice Hamm for rezoning a or months
. of moving as the date of founding "we don't know whetheror of property located on the to pagIIMIn.1
But Dr. Tigcrt got the old not we would accept you any east side of Magnolia Ave., from
history out dusted it off and way", as he flashed a typical its present R.l Ib classification to }A to.."
dated the University back to Us Faulk smile. a BP classification to allow professional ".rm coat them
proper l begnming so he buildings and officeswas welghalawlhaa3pouadp
wouldn't have to put up with that A man who Is burning with! recommended for denial bya ::Th :
smart alck young man the next love manages to make fuel of 4.2 vote.Requests.
time they accepted a degree to himself. tabled, to be acted
gether. upon at the next meeting included -
It's aorta like the Star-Advo Cookbooks are said to be rasclnating :
cate The old Florida Star startedin reading because they Marvin Fisher's request l<>r _
I Titusville in 1880 the East contain so many stirring events rezoning of Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, Exciting new styles insulated
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lanes f..B T uwtf. (Plorlda) S.nAdvK.M Friday, July 24, 1964 First Presbyterian *
Of ChristThe
f First Christian IRC Church
West wood'
Baptist Services for First Presbyterian

First Christian Church of Indian Church are announced as fol
Services for Westslde Baptist Church of Christ is localdo -

Church News Of The Week Civic River Center City with meets Biblq School In the at Chapel, 3112 Old Dixie follows!Highway by at the corner of St Johns anIlopWns lows Rev: D. Horton Nace, pastor erf
announced as
Sam., morning!: worship at 10:oo. are { Avenue The schedule First Presbyterian Church, Cre
Rev H A. Howell, pastor: ,
Truce Spider will bring the of services is as follows\ : '. cent City, will be the guest t I
For Titusville and North Brevatd County 4r message this Sunday Sunday: Sunday School, 10. speaker again this Sunday, in the
a.m. with classes for all ages Sunday; Bible Study, 9:50: a. absence of Rev Charles W.

Deadline For Church Newt on These Pages *. I P. M. Wednesday lit Assembly Of God nlng"Lesson, 11 subject am service"The, special Begin m.; Miming worship, 1050: am Bates, pastor.
"The Parent's ., evening service, 6:00 p.m. Sunday School with classes
for the family,
Services at First Assembly of through the adult department
Most Pressing Responsibility"; Mid-week Bible study is on. !
God, 1212 West Main St., are announced convenes( at 9 a.m.

e First MethodistMorning 'tea;'", MEDITATION I IRC MethodistThe Christian Science"The W J. CoxSunday as: follows by Pastor ison Evening of the service Old Testament 7:30: "Compar Sodom Wednesday at 7:00: p.m. Registration for Vacation Bible I

will be heldat ,. with the present Day" Bible study classes are provided School will be held on Thursday,
worship service of for time for thinkers has
ti. WoAft MM* VrtWy Used worship the : Sunday School) 9:45: 9:30 to 11 .
from at
both July 30, : a m
945: and 11:00: am, at First DewftMJ Quid* Indian River City Methodist come Truth, Independent of doc for all ago groups
Methodist Church of Titusville, Church will be held Sunday at trines ami time.honored systems, .m.j) Mornirg worship, 10:45: you have rental Sunday morning and Wednesday the church. The school will be In

Sunday, with Mr Thomas 1100: am in the new church knocks at the portal of humanIty a.m.; Christ's Ambassadors, 6:30: night The regular minister session from 9 to 11:30: am k

Smith bringing the message entitled building. located on highway 60 .' p.m.; Evening worship, 7:30: p.m. housing, list it in Is Maurice W Jackson Jr., who the week of August 3rd for boys 'f
"The Lord is My Shep-- across from Indian River These woidi from the opening Midweek services are held on and girls Kindergarten through
herd." The 11:00: a. m service The Star-Advocate! also teaches the adult classes. Junior age
Heights Mr Lyle Duff, layman preface of the Christian Science Thursday at 7:30: p.m. .
will b& broadcast over radio of the Mints Methodist Ctiurcn textbook (Science and health -- ra \

elation WUMF and Sub.District Lay Lender of with Key to the Scriptures by
Church School, under the the Melbourne District, will bo Mary Baker Eddy) will help eel
supervision of Mr Sid Cam- the guest speaker Mr Jack D the theme of a Bible Lesson! on II.
way, will. be held at 9:45: a.m. M t.1P! asaaiwr..1.' Wheeler, church lay leader, will "Truth" to be read et Christie ,tt
for all ages and at 11:00 a.m. for M preside and assist Mr. Duff In Science churches this Sunday 4t

infants through 5 years Head Psalm 107: 23.31 the service. The nursery will be Responsive reading will I.n. t
MYF will be held from 4:00: to available for small children and elude! these versos from Psalms:
'7:30: p.m. with recreation, choir, Without were fightings, with.In Infants In the church nursery "Truth hall spring out of the

orchestra, snack supper and were fears Nevertheless God, Sunday School for all ages earth; and righteousness sha ICIluw r' j jy
that comforteth those that
are
meeting will bu held from 0:45: to 10:35:: look down from heaven .
cast down, comforted the
us by am, Teach me thy way 0 Lord I twill 4tg's -
.
The evening worship service coming of Titus (II Corinthians r444,
walk In truth unite my
thy
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,
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will be held at 7:30: p.m The 786): ). The Methodist Youth Fellow.
oervice will be presented by the We were on board a small ship will meet for its program heart to fear thy name 1

MYF and Is entiled, "Jacob's ship crossing the strait from and recreation: at 0:00: p.m. The First Church of Christ, Scien.
Ladder" Tasmania to Melbourne Unfortunately Adult tibia Class under the direction list, Tiiusville, holds Sunday srr.
The1 Senior MYP will have a vices nt Ham. and
for all on board, we ran of Mr William Johnson, Wcdnesooytestimony
cook-eut at Cocoa Beach July Into a severe storm The boat Sunday School Superintendent, meetings at 8 pmat,j "rw s k

26 was tossed about like a small will be held in the chapel at 7:43 lop Baldwin Shopping Center. k

The! 11:00: choir will meet In chip of wood In the surging seas pm Sunday School for children up.* t to ;
My only comfort that night the age of twenty convenes" ,ht I It
The Sanctuary Tuesday at 7:30: The Boy Scout Troop will %i
11 in the
a.m. Chamber of Commeice
The V:43 choir will meet In was the knowledge that in spiteof .
p.m. meet Monday, 7:30: p.m. In the All
building )-
are we
the fearsome of the
the Sanctuary Wednesday at T:SO power church The Commission on t
pm. storm, God power was far Membership and Evangelism comeJehovah's

The boy scouts will meet at greater, will meet Wednesday, '7:00: p.m. 4't t 4"Ms

6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Blan Tile' apostle Paul writes about at the church and then will participate Witnesses s qg ,,

ton Pack. similar experiences (if our human In visitation evangel: The following program to beheld
wcakheai and need, but he ism The Commission will also
at the Kingdom Hall, 142Norwo <
Scottsmoot Baptist highlights the almighty power meet Thursday at '7:00: p.m. for and presence .f God to help in the same purpose The Adult L. D Shawver, local presiding
Sunday School convenes at Y:4:4ta times of distress, choir will meet Wednesday, 7:30p minister:
.m. at First Baptist Church of .m. In the chapel for their rehearsal
Scottsmoor with classes for all This is both an ancient lesson !. The Explorer Scouts Sunday at 3:00: p.m. a Pub
ages and nursery for children and one tot'loday, Perhaps the will also meet Wednesday 7:30: lie Bible lecture will be given by
under 4 years of age, Ben Busby struggle U i financial It may be p.m. in the Sunday School Wing a representative of the Watch it'llz '
is Superintendent illness or difficulties within the of the building. tower Society, W Biddle, whose
family It may even be facing subject dlwnstes! "How Did ef4
Rev Roy Cordell will bring physical danger, Whatever It Ii, Vacation Bible School for Man Get the Bible" Following
the Inspirational at the
11 o'clock message service we need to remember that !this children Kindergarten age tie lecture at 4:45: p.m. the
worship Void,, of Paul to the Christians through 6th graders in school weekly Bible study will be heldon

Junior and Intermediate choir in Corinth: Neverthless God will be held August 10-19 Hours: 'Keeping! Abreast with Revealed .
will practice at t p.... Sundayand torn/01 Mh those that are cast 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon Prompt registratioi Truth"

Training Union meets at 0:30 down j is requested Tuesday at 8:00: p m. another 1

with Mrs.,Grady Sanders as dir Prayer: 'Ith"1n heaven, we Bible study la held on, "Baby ,

ector.ages Evnitg There are.worship unions!t.for icned all thank Thee that Tbou\ arajiUiway .. First, Christian. Ion 'the Great Has Fallen /, 1
w j God Kingdom "
i Rules
wttlhire. IMp US to trust In ,
uled for I:30 p.m, : Services for First Christian
Thy' presence! Under all elrcum-* Thursday at 7:30 p.m. the The
The GAY wilt meet at the stances, and as abide t> In the Church of Titusville are announced ocratic Ministry School is con 1.'r

church at 1:30: p.m. on Saturday peace!: which Is beyond all human as follows by Pastor Eddi : ducted, followed at 8:30: p.m by

The W.M.P, U to meet on Tuesday understanding For Jesus' Fine: the weekly Service Meeting

at 10( a.m. at the church sake and In His name we pray Sunday: Sunday School, Dam.;
and from tkece will go to visit Amen. Morning worship, 10:oo, with Mims Church Of God w
the Juvenile Home Children will pastors sermon topic "The Lost fine of
manhood, ,
Thought for the find specimen young maybe neighbor
We my or
day
: maybe
i
be taken care of at Mrs Lampartcrs And Recovered'\ Christian En. Services for Church of God,
joy and when yours. He is not a bad boy, just without '
peace one His
house.Midweek we accept dcavor for junior and Intermedlate Minis, are announced: as follows training. parents don't
service will God solution to our problems by Rev 'Kyle H like the church and actually boast of never What
attending.
prayer youth groups meet at 6:45p Bryan, pastor: a tragedy, /
be held Wednesday at 7 p.m. C P Hughes (Australia) .m.; Evening service, 7:30: Sunday: Sunday School, 10 How unfair to the children of such homes.. .to put "Other Gods first. m

followed by adult choir practiceat with a skit on "Day At Camp"by a.m.; Morning worship, 11 a m; This lad needs love, direction, guidance. He needs forgiveness, for only '
800: Calvary BIPtlstSunday youths Wedding Camp Aurora Evangelistic: Service, 7SO: p.m. "as
we forgive be
can we forgiven" Police officers
last week.Wednesday Tuesday, choir practice 7 "Big Brothers" and frail The Ckircfc..
Visitation for the ladies of the School begins at ina pm good church people help but it also requires being acquainted with God. Til CBiirca In Void

church will b* hell Thursday, .m. at Calvary Baptist Church prayer meeting, Wednesday, Youth service, 7:30: Have you asked the court to parole a boy to you instead of him' r ere wrw. br
July 30th at U a.m. VUltattoa under the direction of Marvin 7:30: to 8.15 p.m. allowing a
for the church will be held Flatter, superintendent pm to go to jail? Maybe he needs just one more chance. The manifold ekiM ..M. red"r

Thursday evening at 7:00. mercies Heaven are available, if a man, woman or child will turn. Hi*".i sum imncn ofk t
Morning worship Is at 11 a.m. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE in good purpose to Him The church on the corner
with Rev D, Wm, McClure bring. 1027 Park Ave. TltusTllU can help any boy, --c.
LutheranSunday or girl, or man, or woman. Won't
Trinity you see for ?
Ing the A yourself
Is
message nursery Sunday School. 9i45 ....M. Worship Hour, II A.M.

morning worship eervice provided during all services Youth Fellowship, 6 P.M. Evangelistic Hour.
Evening services are held at 7
at Trinity Lutheran Church pin 7 P.M. Wed midweek service, 7 P.M.
Is held at 10:15: in the church

located on Hopkins Ave in Indian Prayer service U held Wednesday Scriptural -THOMAS Christ Centered REAM, MINISTER This Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:
River City The church is at 7:30: p.m. Everyone Welcome
air-conditioned and a nursery 1 IJ Infanta & Toddle Nursery

provided for small\ children The Ladles' Bible Class meetson ---- ___ n, __ Belk-Lindsey W. E. KennedyDowntown
Tuesday at 10 a.m. and visItation Titusville Titusville.
Sunday School begins at 9:00.: ls held on Thursday at 10

There are classes for all ages '.m. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Ray Nelson Insurance Agency C. W. Danenburg
,
including a class for adult (An American Lutheran
Church)
Calvary Baptist la a Pre ml Dig Apple Plaza Danenburg Realty
taught by Pastor Tejan. There ii '
lenlum. Independent Missionary 840 S Titusvill
a nursery for children under 3 MAGNOLIA AVENUE 1514 Washington .
Church and Bro McClure extends .', ''
during Sunday School an Invitation to the publicto INDIAN RIVER CITY Burger King .

The Luther League will meet attend Services are being| SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . .9.00 ..... North U. S. 1, Titusville Master CleanersS

Sunday evening at"the church held temporarily at the Woman CHURCH SERVICES . . 10115: a.m.We Hopkins" at Titusville. City LimitsDuffElectricTitusville
Monday evening at '7:30: the Club Building on Hopkins Ave I' .' ; \ .
Trinity Lutheran Women will Extend A Cordial Welcome To Youl! Mr. and Mrs. H Guy Duff ," ", \ Fransen Drive.In. Restaurant

meet Mrs Ernest Hirchert will St. Teresa's CLAUDI I. TIJAN, Patter and Employees, South Washington
conduct the Bible study from the Canaveral Rambler Titusville
Book of Acts. Mrs O X. Adam !Hours of worship at St. Ter ...- -- ., ,
Phone AM 7.1343 .
will serve refreshments All women esa's Catholic Church are an .. ". Edwards', Realty
of the church are membersand iHNincod as follows by Rev WELCOME TO THE I
are encouraged! to attend Father John R. OHure. pastor: Rinker Materials Corp. Joe and! Mary )Edwards:

along with any interested visitors Sunday Masses: 7:00, 1:30: \I West Orange, Ph. AM 75900Duffy's Baldwin Shopping. Center
First ,
10.00 and it:30 a.m. Baptist I

Weekly Masses: Monday .
Ins.
Tuesday evening at (30: the through Friday, S:00 am, Sat. ..i Brevard Mutual Agency, Inc.
Junior Lutheran Choir will re urday 0:00 I.m.ConCl'lslonl Church .1 Mims, Florida i Downtown Titusville .'

hearse followed by the Adult Saturday 4.00-S:00 steel. .' ,
Choir rehearsal at 7:00. and '''l1n : ... HI,..."
T:on g oo p m .. Town Motel .tl The Employees of
Of Mlms u
'US'
r--- .z, ; I Downtown Titusville Suburban Propane
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I SUNDAY SCHOOL
1:45: A. M. f: t t Threlkeld's Standard Service First Federal Savings & Loan Association -

I "In The Heart Of The Community" MORNING WORSHIP 11:00: A. M. ; :,: a Downtown Titusville, AM 7.9927 Downtown TitusvilleBaird's

Main & Hoplclna) TltuivllU. FloridaW YOUTH CHOIR RI. i''A"

S. Hardln, PastorSERVICES HIAItSAL 1:30 P. M. : .., 5. ("'*(" \ Indian River Machine Shop Mobile Home
TRAINING UNION
':15 P. M. Indian River City, Florida Rte. 1,Box 351 Cocoa, Florida
.:
I
IVINING WORSHIP.
I Sunday' Worship . . . . 830ft: 11:00 ....M 7:30: P. M. \k I........ .. :S : Mims Citrus Growers Association Luke Cain

Sunday School . . . . . . . 9:45..XTraIning WED. NIGHT PRAYER + I I'U'L r: Mims, Florida State Farm Insurance Companies
Union . . . . . . 6.1S AM. SERVICE 7:30 P. M. t. "" V'U.U .. d .' ., 214 Palm TitusvilleBoyd's
I f
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Sunday Evening Worship . . . . 7:30 P.M. The End Of Your :. t4 Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Roberts Jr. t i I t
Mid-Week Service. Wednesday . . . 7:30: P.M. Search For" Friendly ,1 I c l .- Gulf Service
Church .I, i! ,.... rs& Mims, Florida
Oldest Baptist Church In Area Established! In ; II.ot :J'l.n'.POt' Downtown Titusville

1839 Affiliated with l Southern Baptist Convention Air Cenclit/Melt/ i vntr0R.v. f Bryan-Conway & Winstead Inc.
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Yeur eemfortl e.l
Alr-CoadlrioMd ** Mot ft of thre. Church. We .. Badcock Furniture, Titusville Brevard Lumber Company

Cordially Invite You to Attend Our Serrlce I I111II JeNph I. Beelwrlyhe" Only S Minutes From
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July----24, W4 TttutvllU (Florida) Star AdveeaN PII J-B BIRTHDAY HAPPY Begins Training [1 1At . . oeooi


I EASY TO TRY :

Church News Of The Week Eliitahefh Saturday Taylor, July'\as, Great Lakes I II'': PROFITABLE TO USE .

4r Nob GriftillRit'hard More Calls Means Mora Business! 0
Wlobv David E Mitchell 1 r. silo of .

Merle How Mr!'. )NHIH Mitchell of 101 \nn @I.f4etcA4e- 0

Sunday, July 28 Dr., TitUHV'Ille. has begun:( basic :

For Titusville and North Brevard County Ray BeneckeJ training at the Naval Training1Cenln '

Deadlln For Church Newt on These Pages S P. M Wednesday C Ricard ', Great Lak .. 111 Tiiuaville Area Cocoa & Cncon Beach V
Jr.Mrs. .
Rmilefon
Emmett E, 267.5530 6357031.)

S. Juris The nine-wwk training In- w 00. .
Ann. Evans . .o..ae.O
Toby ..
NazareneThe Good Shepherd Christian And Rev. Lloyd Mullis Hay Coinwall dtidis naval mientetinn' history --

Lillian.. Roxt mid orgamrution, sc.imanNhip: i1 llraRFLORIDA'S
First Church of the Nazarene Divine worship services an Missionary AllianceThe flidnnnce and gunnery military

I 1 102? Park Avenue, announces > held each Sunday morning at Sunday School of the Bradenlon Monday, July 27 Grill: first t aid mid sin'\lval.! GROWING
the following services 8:00: ands DO:30 o'clock' at Good Alliance Gets Miss Mamie Love FASTEST
Christian A Missionary
for the coming week' Shepherd1' Lutheran Church) on Mrs. Grace Morgan During HIP training recruits
Church at 9:46: am. with
The Sunday School' Hour begins Garden Street In Titusvillu( opens for A Buddy Gardner receive toll and Interviews GAS UTILITY BRINGS
rises every age.
at 9:45: under the leadership groups AppointmentBishop J, W GrlffmSlieih which' htermlntheir luture ansigninnti -
Sunday, July 26, the Rev. clean -.ipto-date nursery is pro Lawfcon : NATURAL GAS111USVILIE TO J "')
Thereare
of Hubert Blunkenship : m the Nave Upon
Arnold F. Claus vided during each of the meet- Ii
pastor for thecongregation. hat
I James W Henley
classes for all ages. will bring the second Ings of the church. I BcinnrJ: Rhea", TaylorBill iomplitlng!! the program they are
The worship hou at 11.00'with! : announced the appointment of Wlllta assigned\ to service ichooU for ,,, ,
I Hew Thomas E. Ream, bringing; sermon in a"series, "Singing "Cod's Leaden Need Help" Rev Lloyd W. Mullis to tho Joy Tn>lor chnlenl irnimng or to chips and

I the message of the hour "'mil:! Unto The' Lord! based on the will be the lesson topic! for the Methodist t Church, Bradenton, J. M Ruisell -laI oils for on-thc.job training

I Heart of Communion" The New Testament text from Romans adult Bible clues which will be Florida, In tho Sarasota! District, Eleanor Ray in ,i Navy rat: nii(! spccluliv City Gas Company of Florida hit brought

Church Choir, under the' diredtioni !- Chapter 3, verse 28, taught: by the pastor. effective July Slst Elsie F Ormin-iton natural' gas to Brtvard County. Lies modern
.
t "Therefci'e' we conclude that -
a -
of Frank Hallum. Jr. witl'' Rev. Mullis has served as pastor ;- -- ----- -- mil save money with natural |as for cooking,
man <4. justified by faith withoutthe "Does Cod Have A Treasure1"wilt 1- I air conditioning clothes dryInf.
number In horn heating
present a special song i Methodist Churchfor
of the Mims I
for the Communion service deeds of the Law." Pastor be (the sermon topic! duringthe rx.a Sam JanovcrINSURANCE water haling and many commercial' fc 1
,Claus will tell of the first Lutheran II'00: a.m. worship hour. the past two years and) I Is I Industrial application, I Through our sub.eidiaryDrl .
Junior Teen Fellowships and hymn written, "Dear Chris. will respected and well liked in r -Gas Corporation-wo else l supply
I
the C. S. T.: Class' will be heldat The Christian Cadets and Senior
Hans One and All, Rejoice." this area. His many friends herd I ; ; ; the Onset bottled gas throughout the county
6.00; p.m.: and the Evangelistic A.Y.F. and Christian work.
but wish 1 AND All City 01 and OrlOas customers aratorvictd
his leaving, him
Hour at 7.00; with Rev. Ream Sunday School classes, Junior ers council will meet at 6:30: p.m. regret I b
union
speaking on "The Dimension at'' and Adult Bible classes meet at "Divine Power" will be the well In his new pastorate. t by omployoot

Love" There will l be special. Otis ad,,. with classes for children sermon topic during the evening His successor at the Mims pas : r REAL ESTATE I 4

music. ,and adults of alt ages. 7.30; p.m. evangelistic hour. torate has not been announced. + TlluavlIU ...

': The Cottage Prayer meeting All congregational committee There were several appointments Phone! 267.7319 CITY DAB COMPANY OF FLORIDA

willl be held at the home ,of Mims Methodist made at this time In the Florida 210 So. Washington Ave.It. .
meetings will be held on Thurs- .. fO* INFORMATION ON. aiMVICI. CONI/O.' a WAT1CCACWt'
Frank Hallum, Sr., 122 Jay Jay "I'm AVnr .h l'mr l'h, 'Of" riruSvo.Le I M.LI000NI''
day evening at 7:30: o'clock. Conference .. rte OOOA I .
Road. The meeting will begin at Mime Methodist Church, Rev. .....44 I *M tease I p4i
The Gills', Mission League -
7:00, Choir rcheasal to follow this Lloyd W. Mulha, Pastor, an- -- --------.-- -------- --- -
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swimming
Brewer On Dean'sList .... d. I
i meeting nounces ths following services: '
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date and time of which will be f '
Vocation Bible School will' be. Sunday: Morning Worship 9 and At Duke : "
,
announced early next week. : "
gin August! 3rd. There will be 11 am. "Draw Near to God" : :

Masses from 3 yean of age up is the sermon by Pastor; Sunday Bryan Brewer, son of Mr and .

through adults. This will be a First Church Of God School, 10 a.m with nursery and Mrs. Gray Drewer of Tilunville, t ,
night Bible school and will' begin tldsse for all ages; Methodist hag been named to the Dean's I
The services cf the First i
at 7, to 9 p.m. Youth Fellowship, 0:30 p.m.; Libt at Duke University for the
Church' of God will begin with
Evening Service 7 p.m? Hymn- Spring semester on the basin of
Sunday School classes; at 10:00)
sing of your favorite hymns high academic standing.
First Church
Baptist o'clock this Sunday morning
An overall academic nverogaof
There will be classes for all ages. American Bible Society film,
First Baptist Church offer / 30 of a possible 4.0 Is required '
The worship service "Bilile on the Table," Wednesday '
morning .
three worship service each. in order to receive this recognition 'I.st
wilt follow at 10:45: o'clock with July 29. Bible study at 7 u
Sunday. The early service begins .
the pastor) Rev. Ronald Holder, p.m, followed by senior choir
at 8:30: a.m. with special music i
the 7.43 -- -- ---
; and a messageby tho Pastor, blunging message piuclicc ; p m. ,

Dr. W. S. Hardin. There will be a YoutH 'Fellowship Mel ry Midget Kindergarten ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only

Sunday School begins at 9:45: meeting at 5:30: p.m. Id the registrntinn August 3 from. 25c Office each a the Slsr-Ad\ocato

a.m. with graded nurseries, class pasture homo,. 3374 Elder St. 9 to 11 am.

es and departments for alt ages. The midweek prayer service

Cradle Roll for Infants and Extension will begin at 7:30: p.m., Wednesday STAR ADVOCATE'S
i for Invalids shut-Ins and, evening.
I
'!, people who' must work on Sunday :.
The services are presently being Crossword PuzzleACROSS

,I I Regular 'morning worship at conducted on Sunday morningIn
the Indian River
Fire
City
11:06 o'clock. Special munio andI
Half on' Magnolia Ave. .Belgium 4
I mesnaga by- the- PastOl'Oft"Wisdon" ". 115 19'i: :;
LMeUI riven
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Crletmn !ThrSlroets'1?; This- congregation Js associated eontlllncl'll' cards 71
Training Unions. moot at 6.15fc with, the Church of God 8.Swims ACROIIII 21.Conflict
fc".m. for all age groups. where general' offices are in mountains 1Acireln 21. SIIJ:1Ir- Itw4f'
0.Leave-out tit
I Evening! worship at 7:30: Anderson, I Uidlanu. 10.Painful 2.Wine pollee bin Invader. w I tI,

o'clock. Special music and' a. pot I"Icl'ptMI" 2B. A N1V e ., ..
message by Rev. Tltomas PUl- Docorata 3.City: Fr. H.lnJr! .
Pine Grove .
Baptist I ,
ham, Pastor of Calvary Baptist 12.Powerto Srvel'\J RlI'rnact U.
for 5. ',r, .
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Church of Ashburn, Virginia. 1h: .. Pine Grove Baptist Mission ,iu 9.One ot the 21.! 1r.1I"1I1Y' Ysuiwd.'sLesvwIn r J I' 1Ii1 '

Midweek Prayer service1 Wed on U. S. 1, ScotUmoor, an. voting peerage :J.I'1)"all1\o( ( 4\1.Russian Ii1 i I i
nesday at 7:30: p.m. ,i nounces the following services: 14. Old
: Tabernacle Sunday: Sunday School, 10 .nbbr.15i Blunder. 8.heat MIIRioal. :33.:11.A Light festival\ 41.Scr/lent.range li It I ,
Lighthouse '
under the direction of .I Iitix '
I m., 17.Time ot compealtlnn of the lizard ; I.,
; The Full Gospel Lighthouse, Ernest Woodell, superintendent, the month for nix: Christian, 4'Narrow .
Incorporated, is a Nun-denomim with: classes for all ages. The 18. Largo 11.Asian Churth inlets: geol .
ational Church located on North morning worship service will begin snake desert 34ManageA 4tEnglolh
20.Recent 13.Longs for
la hotel l rtVel' '
U.S. Highway 1 at Mima, past .
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at 11 a m. with the messageby 22.Halfem 10.l>l'chl" 31.1Mlmcs 48.Slnlfle unit ,
Kelly Builders Supply Pastor Roe Johnson. Training 23.:"Child I of rSi i
Church services are held as course hill bo at 6.30: p.m. and the Sun" I l.l 15 4 7 ['- 11 t3

follows: the evening worship service will 25. Canonized people a l 10obl'dlence \

Sunday School at 1000 am.J: begin, at 730.: 28.To compel j-9A! !

Worship Services at 11:00: .m.' Tuesday evening at 7:30: choir 30.Firearm it i 12 iT I DEAL"j

and 7;30 p.m. practice will be held. 32.Lidded 11 I+ ''lj 15 l Io 17

Prayer meeting every Wed. Wednesday evening at 7:30: pitcher ..., ,.; "j
nesday night at 730.; 35. King ofBnjhan I 19 I'} 2() 21 .u .
prayer meeting and Bible study
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I from the 4th chapter of Romans. Bib. 1? bf cYs 2J l deal

Sunday, July 26, there will be 36. First: :Sre test intown

Attend dinner at the church and an hourof 88. Greek woman letter f2? : za 29 : 0
fellowship and singing
39 Burden 30 3i I 3l S 434
42.:Audience'
This Mission Is i member of I (
the American Baptist Association. 44.Tlniym.45.:Employed at
Services 47.disturbance Public 39 4Q 41( I4Z :s W f :rigItnowypar ; :

First Missionary 4-5" I4i 141 1 itJ.

This First; Missionary Baptist 49. device Recording r 9') .: l,() t. \ '

Church of Indian River City, BO. Narrow roadway 5/1 tI r% $. Dodjtje! ; Boys'AM f fA fr

Eld. Howard Thornton, Pastor, SI. Otherwise
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Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Sunday .
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at Your Own nursery provided; 11:00: aim., I

I, Morning worship; 6:30: p.m., Bap- !

I tint Training Course, classes for I II WHATABURGER"UNDER

Place I I all Worship ages,; 7:30: p.m. Evening I d--m


I Tuesday: 7:30: p.m., Ladies NEW MANAGEMENT"WE

of Worship Auxiliary Meeting.

I Wednesday: 7.30; p m, MidWeek ( ,
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Prayer Service, Study
'I Course by Eld.\ Thornton; I::JO SPECIALIZE IN TAKEOUT

p.m., Adult Choir Rehearsal. ,
we Iro 1 Va o>L I Thursday: 10:00: a m.. Ladles' I

I Visitation; 7:15: p.m.. Mens' Visitation ORDERS. JUST PHONE US AND i iI

; 7:00: p,m., Beginners Choir : I

I Rehearsal; 7:30: p.m., Juniors I

-- -- -- -- Choir Rehearsal I,' YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY I! year long the Dodge Boys have been out-dealing every other dealer in town and now they are

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i iSERV'ICES even outdoing themselves! Result? You get fabulous deals on the success cars of 1964-the

PUBLICIZE' YOUR WHEN YOU GET HERE.
dramatic Dependables from Dodge! JLsttake: your pick:A big Dodge 880. a fabulous Dodge


OR. Polara..a Delightful' Dodge Dart.There's a car for every taste-a price for every purse. Visit your


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y..,'.. be '1...... wills Ore r.gpana> y.u sac fr.m reaching 1I i

the! people eI Herth ereverl C.edy threuglt the e.lumne eI : i ,

i all theM* *f Star this-AdveCa15 arnnuneMiiant church will SMflMi....y.,A friy paid$UI l4Yertl..fIIeftt ar 1 lain. Call tfc* BETWEEN NORTH AND NO.SOUTH 1 LANIS I DDDGE; Hopkins & Harrison Streets -- Titusville, Fb. 267-4931

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MISTER BREGER We're glad we're the youngest bankIt


Ann Landers "AN 1 '"' .1Y". ale ,, ,w.M

I I means we can start fresh. It means we have
have hustle because
'- people who say they to they;
rl'J' new energy. We're not resting on our lauiels.
are No. 2 to Hertz in car rentals. They say they
Tongue In CheekDear It means we have to be the pleasantest bank

around. We have to do nice thlngs for people. just have to be BETTER.


Ann Landers: I'm a that my husband it not able to r. Geographically we be handiest to For
steady reader of your column have any children. I want my f A hf (We're glad to.) We have to go all the way out to may you.

and I confess I enjoy it im son back. My husband says it win new customer pleasant banking, we're trying to be worth comingway

mensely, but nobody with a would not be fair to take the out of your way to see.INDIAN.

brain In his head would believe child from his adoptive parents.I In some ways we're like those Avis Car Rental

"" the letters are on the level.It I have talked to a lawyer and he

is not possible day after day, lays I stand a good chance of

for people to get into those nutty wlnninj: a court fight since I was RIVER PLAZA

sItuations Please don't Interpretmy emotionally overwrought when brevard I I national I bank I STATE ROAD SO-

comments as criticism. Ev I signed the papers

eryorv. I know reads you avidly Don't you feel that a motheris

as I do. The column la worth entitled to her child? Mis '- 1 1.HE'S .

the price of the newspaper. I take.

just had to let you know that at Dear Mistake: I certainly do !
I LIKE IT T'NE WiiAP
least one Bostonian reads you And the child's mother Is the WHEN CHIP ONLY ONE

;- with tongue in cheek Thomas woman who adopted hIm You f COMER TD W HO THATSHADE !

The Doubter. have two children, and if that My NAP MAKE

I Dear Doubter: So you think I Isn't enough, then adopt more. TIME IS ovER 30

make up the letters? Well, you 24 r"5pME0NE I HEAR I I III I I TALK

i are net the only one. Dear Ann Landers: Last night "Good 0M

How did you like the one about our 10-year-old daughter was heavens-I'm still talking to you at the COMING 0" 1I

the wife who got mad at her vigorously beating a pan of office!I"

husband, went to the bank, drew fudgo. It smelted very tempting. I II'' ,II

out their joint savings of sever I went Into the kitchen and said, I I 7.z'1

al thousand d.'lars, then pro. 'Millie please call me when See The If you have real estateto VI

ceeded to scatter the $100 bills lie( fudge has cooled. I could
all the half Star Advocato sell or if you are I
over street? sat a dozen pieces! She replied 3o

"This fudge Is not for us, lookinj for choice real
And then there the Ml-
was For Your
dad, it's for the boys In the fire-
; ami policeman who spotted a car house." estate use our classl- C n HOW ABOUT NO fWHAT COLOR ARE VOU

i weaving all over the street. Printing Needs! 'ied columns. NOTHAT'6 COLOR n TRYING TO MATCH ? THIS

When he went to arrest the driver 1 asked my wife what goes. -

ha discovered the man was She said, Millie likes to bake .----- --- I :ceo RIGHT

blind Ills sister who was sealed cookie and things for the fire. Iv Tile ClHC'lIr cover or nip

i beside him said, "Horace ale men. Silo enjoys sitting over 51a'IH ANII tllll dI DIIIAI IIHkAIU'. C IHC.t,COI.oNt'k I'r 11'1,

j I way wanted to know what It there these hot summer evenings ..I.IIHIII 1. '' TOWCL
C."C..HV Ml). IMXMI"
i was !like to chive a car, so I let says tho firemen are real UNITED MOKTOAUICIG e1Cnvzc: KALE 11t
him." INU luRP.: o00
good
J company. 1'lallitlff,

Great entertainment, but who I happen to know that every u.OUVKll PAUL MICHAEL, JR.bofendanla lib r aFxl

would believe it? Well, those incidents one of those firemen Is mairled.I .t 55

are not from my column, I don't think this Is a proper way NOTUa or all'r1. MOH.UAUB *

i' Cuddy boy, they are news stories. for o 18-year-old girl to spend TOl, OLIVKIt IIIUol'I.IIOC PAUL; MICMARL.ape; JR. ,

her evenings.! My wife says I and UUMUIHl JU MICHAEL: ': tail

Mad: ':-up letters would be dull have no evil mind and that the wit.lleeldemiai; In all unknown elate AAT

compared to what people are firemen look on Millie as a or riorlua country, and.other mulling then addreoa the male belnnpNjj'ii of -

I REALLY doing these days. Who sweet little kid. You are going to .* Air, roes U...., Sallow GADS! THERE LEASTA PERSON STICK'EM UP

1 has to make up letters? be' one who settles this Pops You are hereby notified that a HIGH AND DRY m SURE HAVE BEEN CAM FEEL SAFEATA AND HAND OVER

Dear Pops: Your wife is out Complaint' to foreoluae a certain r AN AWFUL LOT OF DESERTED BEACH -v YUUR WALLET!

1. Dear Ann Landers: For my of order. This tweet little kid mart uencrlbed s.e..nopmberlne Teal' property the, followlut to-wlti' A bolting mishap could 'vs m ROBBERIES IN LIKE THIS.m .

should Lot 1'J Illotk C SILVER PINE lean you "high and dr," THE CITY lATElY. .
22nd birthday my husband gave not be hanging around KMTATRO.. No f 8. aooordlnir to the anencielly-and I I
the I flat, thereof le recorded In Plat spoil your
flrehouse. t
me a black eye and a broken Book 15, Pane 14T, publlo Keoorda fun this leaion. An AtniCnualty o
nose I received this thoughtful Insist that the knock it off. of II...... County, jrlnrlda, "ill rlaka" Plea- m
baa .been filed ...In.1 ,In the M
you Best
erd policy providescoverage
gift In return for the newt that I Encourage Millie to spend her above styled ault, and you are required for
was pregnant again. spare evenings with friends her to nerve copy of your (newer many costly ) 7-2'1
perils including, theft
or other pleadln to the Com
I My sister\ and her husband own age plaint on Plaintiff' attorney, collliion ind windstorm :I ltt J UOO I
ANOKRHON, RUSH, DEAN!: Check with ua.KEEL. WEWAi'hw
< took me and my two htllo girls Ann Landers will be glad to LOWNDBH.!: 822 ( .on Central Boulevard ) 0.000
into their home and brother- Orlando Florida, and file the Q
my help you with your problems. orl.ln.1 An..er or other PI..dl"
in-law paid for my divorce. In the office of the Clerk of the z
i When the third Send: them to her in care of this Circuit Court oa or before the. and tYien: A.
baby came I decided day .( Aunuit.tlWM.. Jf you. talk to I I
I had imposed on family newspaper, enclosing a stamped do ao .a decree pro oonfeaeo will ui
my be taken aialnit you for the relief YOU'RE EVEN WEARING SHOULDEREPAULETSARfNT 1 ,.THEY COME IN VERY HANDY
to t.'m' limit. I coudn't add another seU-addre.aed envelope. demanded. In the Complaint: IAAAA/ : THEY RATHER AT BUFFET DINNERS.if .
Thle Notice ehell)) be published INSURANCEAGENCY Q HELLO, ADMIRAL nIN
mouth for them to feed. .
once a week fur four oonaecullveweek YOUR DRES9 AWKWARD
So, in exchange for medical bills In the lltunvllle Mlar-Advo- INC. UNIFORMISEE. 1 TO WCAR I I NOT IN THE LEAST

"" plus a little extra, I let my lis The lirusville Star uale.VATJiD: list lit day of July, loser I I. R. C. 247-7121 MR,ABERNATHY..,

ter's friends legally adopt the Advocate, 1 1st In circulation Clerk ItlUIIS of H.Circuit IIA UN Court Elf: 300 Magnolia Avenue

new baby a boy By Alice M. Maeteraoa to1
In No. Brevard. Deputy Clerk ,
Four years have passed and 1 (Court Heal: ') 1 n u

I July, 8. 10,17. 14_(PKt> 1964t
am now married to I wonder. -- ------
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INFORMATIONDKADLINB camper Make reservations now SINGER FEMALE HELP WANTED
Call Double J. Campers, 287-1384: need LOW RATES, clean private rooms Automatic Zig-Zag, like new, makes ELECTRIC SHAVER service on -
I p.m. Day Before UL.rt. for work men. 2674185. fancy stiches makes buttonholessews all makes. Jay Bee Jewelers, EXPERIENCEDSALESLADY
Publication For Wed Fri. wanted for part time work.
Child .
Care Indian
Plaza.PRACTICE
U A.M. B.U Fop Man. Publication CLEAN ROOMS working men $9 on buttons, blind hems River Krrdrick'a Store.
weekly up. IS N. Palm Ave., monograms embroiders, etc. All PIANOS
WANT AD WILL CARE for 1 or 2 children in it 2670234. without attachments. Cost over MALI HILP WANTED
RATES good playing condition, prices startat
I rant per word my home. Mrs. Garrison, 267 $300 new now only $58 or pay
Minimum Chart We 9277. I $1250 PER: PERSON, per week __$5,80 monthly. Phone AM 75530. $95. SURVEY PARTY chief, experienced
I .. : KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC
/o Rocket Motel Mime I Phone 287- in land surveying
ALL CLASSIFIED ADS MATURE, WHITE reliable, elder. Q y lI I 3097. NEARLY NEW table tennis set 2126 W. Tropic, 2676385\ ferred. Apply in person, pre 418
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE ly woman will care for young I original I e $40, sell for $25.; South Washington.
)lacept: EiUbltitiol Account infants. $2 per day. 267-0288 SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies 25 R. 2 r inch well pipe, 3 foot Help Wanted --- -_
for rent. /801 Orange St. 267- sand point, $15: 8'size 10 white TV SERVICE MAN
CI..llft04 Diupi.y Rate Avall.bl CHILD CARE by hour, day, or 3400 uniforms 267-7774. Full time inside TV service man.
IS ItmL -- -- -
o. Itequeat week. Indian River Heights. 267; ,41r I --_._----_.. WANTED NIGHT driver Safeway 5 dan weekly. Apply Jlm'i TV,
REFRIGERATOnr: i
5766. SLEEPING ROOM for GE ;
Th 81.r-A4voc.t. reserves tbprlvllen < working ginger, Cab Co 2U N. Palm. 267-2421. Indian River City or phone 267-
,
of rtvltlnn men. Private home. 267-6795. left hand door like new con -- -- 2552.
or rejection
I
ally advertlMment which It deem. KIDDIE KEEPERS I dition. $130 163B Old Dixie EXPERIENCED teletypesetter
_. ..bJltCUonablo ..1140 change the WAREHOUSE FOR RINT, Highway, 2671837. __ tape puncher wanted. Inquire at DRIVER Apply after 2 p.m, Foremost .
olaMldcallon of any advorilMimnt 24 HOUR SERVICE ------ --- -- --I
from that ordered NEW APPROXIMATELY 1800 Tltusvllle Star-Advocate. Dairies: Norwood Ave.
to conform to .q.ft. GLASS SHOW case, 70 x 18 inches, .
the policy of thla paper. Open 7 Days with air conditioned paneled
Tbt 8l.r-Advoc.te will not be I at reduced price for quick sale. (Continued, Next Page)
j rtaponilble for more than one Incorrect 5 Days $7.50 ;' office. $125 monthly. on year See at 1024 S. Washington 2673666. FEMALE HELP WANTID
Inaerilon nor will It be lease. Call 267 2866 or 267-6317. I .
liable for any error In advertlee Phone 267-9570 ----- ------- -----
menu to a creator extent than I SMALL OFFICES and ware- WHITE GIRL, experienced checker .
HOMES
the COlt of the FINE WATCH and jewelry repair-" 4 SALE
apace occupied by houses Laundry and dry-cleaning
for rent. 200 feet
the Item In the advertlnmenl. square '
Ing. Jay Bee Jewelers, Indian
For Rent after six
alrconditioned office plus 600, tq. plant. 207-43M 267-
ft. River City, Indian River Plaza. 0953. n.157-WATERFRONT HOME!:
ae2 warehouse $125 monthly
Bualmm Office SB apace. _. with Marina, 2
Main Street -- bedroom, mod
ARTICLES FOR RENT -- -- - -
racn. J. W. Chlldre Realty
Dial AM 7-0331 ENGRAVING AND bead restrlng"Ing. SECRETARY, EXPERIENCEDonly ern construction, less than I
Office Hour. I:00 t..I:30: MAC'S CAPE KENNEDY 267 5563. Jay Bee Jewelers, Indian good typist, dlMaphone, yean old.\ rM.ofo the boatIng -

EQUIPMENTSales WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER eon River Plaza, Indian River Pia... varied duties permanent fringe family, $ ; prlct.

Rentals Repairs e t..F.a.t.lw I'M w.w aa.w4 ruction.( Any ilze up to 30,000 BREVARD COUNTY MAPS benefits open, local contractor *
Special NoticeSALE Construction EquipmentHand iquare feet, lease. 2670564. In. by State Road prepared __Phone for appointment ;267-6921
Tools "Melvin! She wasn't *tl dustrial or commercial space Depart to'leariTtape II156-1IOME WITII LOTS ,
on the travel folder! meal In two sections. Sold at QUALIFIED TYPIST
SALE SALE 88 E. Merritt Is. Causeway available. Star-Advocate office or mailedto punching. Minimum 60 words home has 3 bedroom, IVk
1 ---- --
All Aluminum hurricane awnings.Beat Days 1138-834G-Nilhta 6J64160: baths, adjoining vacant lots
WAREHOUSE, suitable for shop any address In the U.S. for per minute clean Inquire at TI.
the heat. 267.7906.Animals $1.10 ( set), Mall remittanceto tusvllle Stsr Advueste. provide corner parcel 108 X
per -
FOR RENT For Rent For Rent >> garage or storage. In center of 125. Total price
Star-Advocate -- -- --- $14,900.
Drawer A. TI.
town. See. H. H. Hudson at Star.
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floor Sanders, Polishers DUPLEX FOR RENT RENT- Advocate. tusvllle, Fla.NATIONAL EARN In 4 hours dally what others .
ROOMS POI can In 8. We will show you how
Phone AM T-S25S --- -
GIVE AWAY kittens, all colon, 2 BEDROOM airconditumed duplex For Sale CASH register, 1111; as an Avon Representative 1185-Two bedroom CBS homeon
76 Fern 2672560. FACTORY PAINT OUTLET range refrigerator and LOVELY ROOM for 2, twin bt' Baldwin Shopping Center draperies. Adults preferred. 2UT TV, private entrance tables and counters, mannequins, 1408, Eau Galllu, Florida, or area. Total price $7900. Call
HORSES BOARDED 0709. and bath. 267-30U6. .., MULTIVOX ELECTRIC organ, racks Barr Wholesale, 111 W. call 2547840.This .
k for
Individual stalls, daily eier- APARTMENTS FOR RENT also 120 Bass accordion. 267 5521 Central' Ave., Orlando. appointment to see this
ciao, correct feeding. UNFURNISHED AIRCONDITIONED -I BACHELOR HALL:three. or fOil after 5 p.m. weekdays. .
UNFURNISHED, 2 BEDROOM good men Mima, 267 2728 FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES
,
OAK HILL ,
345.3441 2 bedroom built in range, .. : -L MOTORCYCLE, 59 HarleyDavldson -
apartment. Not suitable for clearance sale on all merchandise
refrigerator. Phone 267 6901. PRIVATE ENTRANCE"and bat* duo'glide 74, full dress $750.
LONG DOGS short price. AKC small children. 2672533. on floor. Hurry while it StandsFor
one or two men, $10 weekly. 26>- 267 3133 after 5:30: p.m. lasts. 2111 Garden
dachshund puppies. Phone 267 HOUSES FOR RINT .. St., Nldy
2437. NEW UNFURNISHED. 2 bedroom 2090. >. REPOSSESSED DIAMONDS, Shopping Center 267-5733 or 267-
tile bath, central h ---- pay
apartment 2 BEDROOM 1 bath, phone 281- I 1928. QualityThis
APPALOOSA AT STUD. Permanent beat and conditioned. Adults 0240. PRIVATE SLEEPING room and balance only Jean's Jewelry,
registered, foundation bred. only $110 monthly. Near Pirtle ------ bath airconditioncd, near Cause Big Apple Plaza, V
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Horses for sale. Singleton and Plaza. 267-1928. COMMERCIAL AND residential way 2676750. h ___ b GOLF CLUBS, Golfcraft Pro line, I
Dairy Road. AM 7,2338, after 6, 2 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED 3 or 4 bedroom house, 1024 S. WANT WOMAN to ihare trailer glass shaft 1 and :S woods, 3 wM9
267-3874 Washington Avenue. Excellent with thru 9 irons. $HO. BUILDERS
lederly lady 26764U6.! 2671903.
quiet location, alrconditioned y
business location. $125 monthly I ._ .. --
DACHSHUND PUPPIES AKC stove refrigerator, $110 monthly _Available.. August 1st. 267.4367.UNFURNISHED TV AND MAID service 527 Waslii GO.KART, 2'i' hp, like new, $45.! I
registered, 1408'' Carlisle, 26Tm. 2674127.APARTMENT. Ington Avenue Phone 267.5760. WANTED I
2 BEDROOM
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NEW one bedroom, house, electric range, carporte ROOM, NICE! t-h;] r 959 GE 30 Inch push button range- "FOREST HILLS ARROWREALTY
Boats For Sale attractively furnished, aircon- and utility room $80 monthly kitchen close in town Intel II, with many extras. Used len ewtytst'r t
rationed Near Pirtle Plaza, $125.
IRC. 2671928. (gent man. $12.50 per week! than 3 years. Very good condition ESTATES"JUST
CABIN CRUISER, U' inboard, fib 1304 Palmetto Avenue. Phone AM 76441. $00, 267.4973.TURNTABLE .
3 BEDROOM HOME, airconditlon- A FEW LOTS
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erglats bottom, built In 1962 less LUXURY APARTMENT. :3 bedroom ed. 2506 W. Tropic Street. ROOMS FOR rent with kitchen GARARD. 4 speed, LEFTI! This U the official Seal' oi
than 40 hours running time. Will m bath, central air. For
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trade for land, car, etc. Owner est Hills Unfurnished. BEDROOM privileges. Call 267-0610 before automatic model! RC88/4, unused the Matlonal Association/ of
area. 2 kitchen, bath, hot S, after S 2678866. $50.: 267.4973.THERMOFAX CHAS. JANNARONITltusvllle :
2676441. Phone 2679193. water, $12 weekly, next to radio Shopping Center Hume Builders. Only memo 2700 S. Washington Ave

17 FT. CRITCHFIELD. 64, Mark ,,2 BEDROOM furnished dally maid station. LARGE FRONT 2nd floor, will COPY. machine, AM 3441 ben of the National Association -
--- ------ Titusville Fla.
,
accommodate 3 267.8'.169. make offer( 267 6921.
500, electric start engine, all ac. I service. Weekly, monthly. 267 NICE 3 BEDROOM. 2 baths Florida men. and local associations
cessories. 267.7776 after 5 p. m. 4103. room, nice location, $125 AIR SINGLE are allowed to display AM 7-7037

Boat Rentals ((2)) NEW 3 BEDROOM apartments, _monthly:....2672061.: : -double.- --Reasonable.--- .. -2674103.SMALL'MOTEL ----,- I his seal: Don R. Mancini Brokers
central heat and alrconditioned. 2 BEDROOM furnlshedT$2sVeckiyTAdulta. MolesREAL
A. Alexander Construction
Inquire at 320 Oleander Place, 2670933. Johnny
HOLIDAY BOAT RENTALSINCORPORATED Indian (\River City. 2C7-7788. I Company
.
NEwlMYRNA BEACH, completely -Quarters -
NEW '1' and IS' run.a-bouts. Con- RIVER GARDEN Apartments-op. furnished 3 bedroom, 2 bath for owner-manager, good ESTATE Broyhill Development
rertlble tops, 45 H.P. motors posite Howard Johnson's, furnished V4 block from beach. Weekly income for retired couple. ,
Call 267-6086. ( and unfurnished, 2 bed monthly or long term, by owner. desirable U.S. No. 412 Lincoln Avenue Tltusvllle Chlldre Homes Inc. ti e
Very .
room, air conditioned Sydney 2675664. Phone Day or Night 267 7559 I
I Building & Const. Schwartz, Realtor 1141 S. Hopkins 1 frontage room for additional Call JUANITA MALOTT I Cowart &: Carter, Inc. .
-- --- Avenue. 267.6100. WHISPERING OAKS, 3 bedroom, units.COMMERCIAL.
CONCRETE WORK, best quality, 2 bath, swimming pool $150 HOUSES Cozart Const. Company
reasonable no job too small Call FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS closeIn per month. Call J. W Childre Ideal to I Fisher Construction Co.
Bill Greene, 267-4762. efficiencies, weekly, monthly Realty 2672541. convert into office I 1. NEW AND USED homes' available In Forest lilllii, Lcnore
rates :air conditioned 417 Julia space and IRC area. Priced from $10,950 to $20,900.: I IZ. Futch Construction Co. JESS W. CHILDRE
NIDY CONSTRUCTION, resident SU.*t. ills, commercial and remodeling ming pool. 2673564. NF.W MODELS now under construction in new" subdivision : 'John Beach
12 years In Titusville. Licensed UNFURNISHED :S room apartment MOTEL SITE Ideal location OUT OF city limits. Large lots with water sewer and side .callow' eu/Lea-w

and bonded. Phone AM 7.2326.. all-conditioned, central ROOMS-- FOR-RENT--, ---- on U S. No. 1, walks. Louis & Brown, Inc.

Business heat refrigerator lovely kitchen yard ,maintenance range and CLEAN, COMFORTABLE, private Real Estate Inc Some lake front lots available Call to reserve your lot now I Northwood Builders, Inc 5+ W I4erM'v
Property room for man, kitchen priv Space
provided. Adult couple only. ileges. Everything furnished. Penziner Bros.
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IN TITUSVILLE, close to downtown 267-4587. Reasonable 7 South Park Ave Glen Schlueter, 287-6663 HIGHWAY FRONTAGE AND ACREAGE I Robert Evans e
rental units with good I I
10 APARTMENT OR trailers. Weekly nue.
Income plus good dwelling. 65,000 monthly rates, adults only. ----- ---. 1. SOUTH OF MIME, East side of U. S. No. 1. 225 (t, Price Ronald Moretto nnTRAILER

iq, ft. of land for iurtnexPaand 504 Garden. 811,50129'h down Tiffany Builders, Inc.

terms.n. $75,000 For further: 29 information COMMERCIAL BUILDING 2. 20 ACRES, Route 46 toned for trailer park. Excellent location Justice Homes, Inc. LOT. 58 x &00, In ctty,

( BEST I $2500 per acre with 29'" down well and septic" tank in, $?.JOOCah
write y O. Box 1303. F i'f'"RENT or lease, store space, ) [ James Trimble ,

,ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, onl) 20 x 60 ft., or suitable for of l 3. LOTS priced from $1350 up. Cash or Terms. William Everman
fice. Located Magnolia Plaza,
roped
195 U. 8. No. I frontage,
;, 25c each at the Star-Advocat $125 monthly, 267.1928.HOMES. HOMEl I NEEDED IMMEDIATELY: 10 FHA, APPROVED LOTS Wingate Homes Bl, $.'8 per front foot

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184' 203' U. S. No. 1 frontage,
coned BA Automotive. :-

: .1 I 185 U R. No. 1 frontage, rlpjr-
CJ
*= tJ-r I'l I r I _'ilTLElLjJ BUYSi "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service": Ian rights, will sell, lease,.or
FOR build to suit.
YOU i i
J3 WHITE ACRES Sewers! city

.. !,I1- Closest location to NASA BRENTWOOD ESTATES &- 'tUiz4Ie. FHA water,, and trees Conventional, sidewalks I I VA(in-,

Causeway-Near Schools I .1J sating .
Country living In rolling hills with d IJ
'
-F "" Moments to Shopping. : a3rtj"'n NEW' 3 BEDROOM, IV* bath,
City Water, Sewer, Paved Streets, JIl central heat, corner lot $14,400.

Greatest Home Value. I I Sidewalks yet close to schools, $ 8 5 $-IO:! dawn including, $108 monthly principle,payment Interest -

shopping and down town Titusville. 403 South Telephone taxes and Insurance

$89HOMES Choose from 2,3, 4 bedroom homes mo.everything. Wuhingtonr AM 7.2011 NEW 4 BEpBOOM: 2 bet,

3 and 4 BEDROOM from I large living room, double clr-
port, central heat ducted for

FROM mo.everything. I WEST ON GARDEN STREET ATTENTION: NEWCOMERSTO' down air conditioning$125 monthly$16.700 payment, $740,

including principle, Interest,
I .
Open From 10A.M. Til Dark-AM 7-7142 I! taxes and Insurance
'
L9r J i '4 NEW 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, ctntrat -

IMPERIAL ESTATES -- -I TITUSVILLE!,, ", heat ducted for air cendltionlng -

v $14,900, $450 down,
$111 month Including I
-
Half Mile West of U.S. No.1 1 on Hwy 50 1 I. If you are considering purchasing a f 4 ,per I Interest, taxes and prtncipU -Insufunce -
SEE TODAY
OAKWOODMOBILE ''
home in North Brevard, why not save
10 A.M. Til Dark 267-6501
from
twin
Open NEW 3 BEDROOM 2 ,
tim,- money and aggravation by haw
large living room, double car-
--- HOME SUBDIVISION 1. Peul Mildest Conway ing one of our trained, professional ft. C WI..t..d. I'. porte central heat $16,000

sales staff conduct your family on a V Ict.P..ldont $600 down, $119 per month including
Featuring: principle Interest,
complete tour bf our area. We have -
taxes and Insurance.
School!
Kids Walk to
homes in every price range In nearly NEW 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath, It-

LARGE 75' x 110' LARGE POOL I every section of town. Financing to tractive front. $13200.: $500

suit is also available. ,Oc down $112 per month, CenUwl
budget I
LOTS WITHCENTRAL SHUFFLEBOAROHORSESHOES your heat, payment includes princi

# casionally we even have an excellent pie Interest, taxes and liwjr-|
Moms Love the Kitchens! WATER Etc. ance.
rental.

.. I NEW 3 BEDROOM 2 bath,

2. FOR SALE-Out of city limits. Three $15MM, down payment $000,
monthly payment $114 including
e9 $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYTO a bedroom 2 bath. Price 1425000. r' principle. interest, taws

Dads, Relax In Comfort! 4 '0 I Low down payment. YOU CAN and insurance.

REACH OAKWOOD From Titiuville north NEW 3 BEDROOM I bath, Convolitional -
: go on I. 'En' BM>etoUal QUALIFY. An RedarB
=HUNTER- U. S.1 to Minn Continue north on U. S. 1 for one more I ... ..!.. Jfcr. aal..ma5 financing $17,500,

I mile to our entrance on right. For free informationcall down payment$141 including$1,800. monthly
payment principle.
PARK HOMES PRICED:16,200: FHA FROM : 2675586. t I l.yan.Conway & \\AJ instead' Jr nc. Interest, taxes and 2 Insurance

I DRIVE Our AFTER WORK TODAY! :

IN BEAUTIFUL WHISPERING LAKES I I AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK REALTORS INSURORSDial Call J. W. Chlldre RealtJ

INDIAN RIVER CITY 287-5221 .. AK 11011Du, Night or HoUdayi 267-5 63 ;tiI








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WISBYLAND{ KINDERGARTEN, TRAILERS FOR SAL ,of pre-osit concrete, steel relefbcced' / NOuns l pow SAU
MOUSE* FOR 3ALWE'Re
emlllng now. Ages 3, 4 and 3Transportation. 630:( to 1000 cations- Grease 3 BTOROtnr 2% barn, J'lDrld.J .
Phone 2C7-4C74. '19841 NATIONAL, 2 bedroom equity traps Installed, tanka pumped and MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into 2, 1, LAKEffROAT ESTA1C: !has Our
in llvlne
and assume payments\ Meblle : tewed drain fields relaid. PiU- or 4 bedroom home, brand new ham,. with, advantages yra'll/ : HOtDI.tG' OPEN /HOUSE room,, furnitnrr.\carpets Acoustical roomsome ceil-, TREES?
Mobile Homes Manor, No. 83.: man Septic Tanks Inc. 267' '4221. la area of much higher priced like I' bedrooms, 1W bathat J IN FLORIDA you say? We bate
Inch well ,
ing 2 1900 ft:, $18,-
: P. O. Box 2016. Titusvlib.Real { homes, Small down payment and $12,600. $900) down, $79.monthly/ Feature home of 500.. Will have to- be sq refinancedCall B homes left,. on lot with pines
30 FOOT HOUSE trailer, eompletely only $85 monthly total payment l Including p and L. 24 year mortgage the weeklll l r J. W. Childre 267- and oaks, it you are looking for
TRAILERS FOR RENT. furnished. $500. 2671917.: I Estate VA no down payment. BRENT- Large lota fast senor of 2544., Realty? a home, not Just M ordinary
---------- WOOD' ESTATES, west Cats _
Whispering Hills
on Country Club Sunday, July 2611)). /house, but a'' homeplea for
2 BEDROOM, a/c, 50 X 10, awnIng 32 x 8 TRAILER with Tandem axle I METZ REAL ESTATE and Insurance _dOD St, AM 7-7142 .or 632-5655. (Route. 405)). George B. Barley, M'' p.m. BEDROOM: '1* "bath. $GOO down. enjoyment call! today Sand your
on private lot. Couple only.28T.1278. and hydraulic dolly wheel.,. Weal % 3 Btt louse, $100 down -- - -- ----- toe., TttuirUlan.. 26 -3C22. $73 monthly. Westwood) Villas. bedrooms' 2 bath. central
3 BEDROOM home alrcondltloned
tor firm trailer or heavy duty !, 97.00 Home 1, ---- IPS Thornton. Ave, 3 bedroom Call Saturday, 267.5437, heat ready for air. From to
mo. Lots, Acreage' $98
South Circle NOW
boat trailer! $260. Applr at! family room garage IS THE TIME!: bath carethome
: 2 tender, loved and $110 ,
monthly '
TRAILERS FOR SAL Rocket Motel, 2 mile north dJfims. B02J E.. Colonial Rt. 50. Union Drive, Forest Hills $18,800, TO SEE!: the delightfully; different Large rooms, carpet, 3 BEDftOQM, lit. bath, $300 down, thing. FUA-low Including down every VAao

411 x S ROUSE TRAILER', com Park 271-3204. $1100 down, $105 monthly F. and new home In Colonial''Height diohwasher, garbage disposal, $05->monthly. Call Wessner Realty! down, Immediate occupancy
.
3. '
I Zcke Evans Construction ands t bedrooms all:
2502 With 2
all the 2677125.
ertras that TOPVALUE.
pUrtely furnlohpift\ will sacrifice 63 TROTWOOl', 50 x 10, 2 bedroom Hopkins, 2673267. baths. Designed for the modern'family / spells COLONIAL HEIGHTS
for $1400, cash._ Phone. ..2C7.5933. equity, assume monthly ACREACI FOR SAL and ttteir many needs by I : 3 BEDROOM 1V4- BATH, $30000 CROWN BUILDERS
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I payment. $0909', 287-3311, axe, BY BUILDER. 4 bedroom central an architect specializing i in this down, $75 monthly. Call Wes.iner 2117.8G21'
30' COLONIAL trailer with new 79MRST RANCH', 30 miles Only $19,500, $1000 down.
2B8 before from air, oil heat wall-to wail ,
5 or 267 216' carpet
p.m. field. From $98 to $110 a month Realty, 261.7125.WHISPERING WE
HAVE
cabana, $1600; trailer only $850. after 5:30 l missile base, 1/4. mile on wide extras. Large lot, several new 3 bedroom
: many corner
Call 2S7-40t. pm. Part of St. Johns River everything included, Immediate CAMPBElt ASSOCIATES INC. 2 bath homes, with Immediate occupancy
remote
Hills Greenwood ,
Road to 4
Whispering FARES bedroom
: little I "
-------- ---- j occupancy or nothing ,
USED 2 BEDROOM Very reason : TRAILERS' FOR SAL! er RENT mcatlMt' tops In natural( beauty I 2 blocks north. Make the down. Call today for diractionatCOLONIAL 210 Washington 2877325 2 bath, well and pump central pays everything, $450 down Call, $91 Wessner monthly
TltusvllleOPEN1
good1 group) Investment oppouuniry terms with Inc.. 267 heat and
Masonry airconditioned $900
anlr. Call Ted( ConforU. 2674251._ cabana I at $640'( per acre, terms. I 5494. HEIGHTS 9.S Saturdays down. Take 20T8706 Realty 267.7125.CeaMMmae .
-- -- 2 BEDROOM trailer with CROWN BUILDERS __ d. over payments.
T. W. Moro .
JULY"SPECIALS!11 and Florida room carporte, on Sanford 322.2481 for -- -- ..
1684 SKYLINE 58 X: 10, 3 bedl large lot. $125 monthly. Oakwood !....appointment. ____ INDIAN RIVER HEIGHTS: neat 267.8621IJUST 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, by owners on Next Page
room 2 door self defrost refrlft, Trailer Park 267-6060. ;KJJI(3I: 30 ACRES, toned for trail.ers. schools and shopping, 3 bedroom BEING completed, large'air- Whispering. Hills are, Flume 2874072. .oars TO rRItDrrO" ,
deluxe stove and hood $4195 High, dry land. Reasonably 2 bath, central heat and air conditioned conditioned, 3 bedroom house Tou ftndi nab at you ere h..rrhf
1984 SKYLINE, 40 X 10, 1 bedroom TRAILER: LOTS FOR RENT priced P, O. BoxMlms.( -. I Large private lot 77 X living room, double cnulooedgarage. notified' and required to prrwnt
NEW plain end
SMYRNA ear demand whlcb
BEACH
tremendous large!: bed. LARGE LOT on private property.> 1 143 ft, patio, Lots of extras; Nicely wooded acre lot. Swlnrt or IIBfr of you may h.v r nalnnt you! ri FREE RENT!
room, twin beds, modern: tit- I, Shade trees ,TWO- ACRE tract between Gnea Phone 287.6120. Paved street. Located In restricted ming pool home near ocean the MUM' of CARL IVAR KUTT>
and Adults
roe ... . .. .. .. .. $3495 patio. andLake Harncy. $2,750 I subdivision Nort1ot\ Full price J18.0001' with $8000 NER. .lMMd lore of Brovard
only. 267-1670. bedroom cementblock down, County, Florida to the County While You Qualify!
monthly
USED TRAILERS -- --" eacht all cash. T. W. Mcrm MIMS TWO town. Call 207 6821. payments $102! Judi of BreYird County, Florldvt'
1B5T MAGNOLIA, 46 X 8, 2 bedroom TRAILER'8PACESLarge Broker, Sanford 322-2481 for apt ,, home; large lot. Price Would consider small house In Courthouni, Tllunvllle. Florida 3 BR.1-237 Coronado $100
with ale Mi. Reasonable rent p.lntment.I $5500; Save $2000 by doing little 2 BEDROOM, U4 bath garage[ on trade. Call 428.6944 New Smyrna within d.*. calendar' months from
1957 TRAVEL Trailer, land cruls.MARTIN'S extra work Phone 2671481. I 105 x 135' landscaped lot With or Beach or write P. 0. Box 2028.. the date of publication of this 3 BR-2-287, Coronado $125
err Good transportation to Cape DUPLEXES FOR SAL --- -- -. !,' without furniture 505 Lenore Each:;e'cr the or some :'llIIm'.e.lb'.imann.r : '::
FRIENDLY S BEDROOM 2'4 bathe Florida Avenue. i 3 BEDROOM bath, fenced. shallzeros'7" 1
SHORES I sad form a required by Call
_
MOBILE _____
EDGEWATER, DUPLEX furnish ) kitchens. 2 inch well / n $11,275. $91 per months I.... I
U S. No. 1, City Limits Edgewater. !
I
HOMES SALES ,,-- -- ed,, large Ioi, $8 oO. park Avenue : Jr't02 wall J carpet (living and BEAUTIFUL HOME on LakeI LUa\l'L.MRI'IOH' CONFORTI
1224 N. U. S, 1 TRAILER L01SFOR SAL Realty, 103E. Park Ave, Edge* dining area) aluminum gutters I Harnev, St, Johns River, Geneva E..ulor
north of overpaisTltusvllle water, Florida. and downHpouts, wired In radio I Florida, large: rooms, fire 2, 3, and 4 BEDROOM homes, with CRO.TON HOLLAND BREWER' a i' REALTY
TRAILER LOT, trailer and Ca- place In living Bar B. and without air conditioning. Zek. ,
2G7-3081 and TV outlets, some furniture, room. Qua P: o. ROJI 111II !sea. Palm Ave.
bana. Small down payment. Ivdl HOUSES FOR SALE city water, sewer, Ideal for nice pit on screened porch, double Evans Construction' Co 2502 So. jj TIIUSVIIIe. Flnrida. 267-1251..
Sawyer, 207-1305. added income. 3 carporte and utility Huge walled Hopkins, 207.3267. Al] 10,17, :a, 8V (1'11.1')J 1BA4.
living pins
I BEDROOM:
MOBIlE HOME[ OWNERS HOME, Tangelo St,
much
minutes from downtown. Call patio more on shaded 1
$10,830, $600 down, $89 monthly
acre ground Ideal for home
after :I 2075431. or
LIVE RENT 5pm.
Plants For SalaLANDSCAPING Zeke Evans Construction I 2503 Sportsman Club. $19,500. Call

Hopkins, 2673287. NEED a home with low monthly 341)41X12) Geneva for appoint. EMPLOYMENT]
YOFFI'CE
FREE! 4 BEDROOM, 3 hath, new, lowdown payments' If so, then see this m ent. _.
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neat 3 bedroom( 1 bath home. ------
payment Nicest section InTltusvllle. hEAHSOPEN 5 F.M,
,
Price Is $10900: just $150 down I
NOW SERVING TITUSVILLE Forest Hills.
$20 down payment and two) a 267-S564
and best of all, the payments
month will buy own full B J NURSERY I If have rental 629 Bvevardi ATE
your you
COCOi8.12.29 4 BEDROOM 2. BATH home In are $(>2 including P, I, and in. Saturday
mobile home lot at beautiful
arre Cocoa
111116. Conflict' ,, Florida
Lake Louise Estate. HWY 520, 3tt Mt WEST Whispering $1200 down surance.\ DanenhcrgReally list it
in
Become your own landlord. monthly payment $117. 267-6943 AM 7-3K58. housing,

Dent tear up rent receipts each
month. Many families now reside The Star-Advocate! ,
In our beautiful trailer community BY OWNEROAK
visit us and see for Local & Long Distance, Movers ,
yourself the finest aelI-owned
HILL M acre. with

mobile LAKE' o LOSE: .ESTATESon over 500 ft. on County Road, Moving iJ ySb ? Packing' A Jim ,; We Are Now Accepting ,
East Orlando Estates Road just 250 ft. from U. S. No. I. jTC *

Blthlo. Florida Rt. 50 Bargain, below market. Storage TBK JIIiiP! Shipping e ,
Phone 568-2761 HollandINC.
or JOB APPLICATIONSFor '
Call F153121. FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341

ALLEN. R. No REALTYR. 1, Box 364 LOCAL AGENT U. S. No. 1 2 Miles.
5 Miles N. Of Cocoa i Roberts RealtyBox BREVARD RIDGEWAY MAYFLOWER North Of Mime At The

Cocoa 638.3790 157 COLD FUR STORAGE WOO N. U S. No. 1 CRATING I Rocket Motel AM 73007NEW
Directions. Route 50 1 mile Oak Hill
past Blthlo Cutoff 1 PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE

___ __ ..:.:.... .__ _ d0_ _ __ ,I and USED NEW SEARSCOCOAROCKLEDGE

MOBILE HOMES

FORD DEALER
I Sales And Rentals




SD Cs 12' WIDES STORE

21 Floor Plans now avail

able in the new
,
q Opening Soon
CHICKASHA 12 Wide


(

1964 FAIRlANE 1963 PONTIAC 1964 ALFA ROMEO 1963 FALCON 10% Down Financing- Local Bank :; CHECK SEARS- BENEFITS



$1195$ }1495 $$1995 $$1395 WE TRADE_ __ __ _ANYTHING__ __n __ 4O1l0URDA Y WEEK

Auto A Cond. 5 Speed Radio and eater
7-PAID HOLIDAY ANNUALLY

1963 FORD GAX 1963 FAIRLANE 1962 PONTIAC 1962 JEEP IT STANDSFOR LIBERAL VACATION BENEFITS


$$1895 $$1895 $$1895 $$1595 INTEGRITYThis ** EMPLOYEE1 HOSPITALIZATION PURCHASE& LIFE DISCOUNT INSURANCE ,""

Factory Air Auto LOAded Clean
AsS1A PROFIT'SHARING & RETIREMENT,

1962 FORD GAX 1961 CHEV S/W 1961 FORD '500' 1961 PONTIAC i



$$1895 $$1595 $$995 $$995 SALESMEN AND DEPARTMENTSALESWOMEN'

Factory Air 9 Passenger: Auto Radio and Heater MANAGERS


1960 V.W 1959 1959 CHEV Needed In These Lines Needed In These Lines
MERC
1960 PONTIAC S/W S/W Is the official seal of the
National Association of Real Cameras and Office

$$1195 $$995 $$895 $$595 of Estate the Association Boards. Only may members display C Shoes Furniture Equipment I

Auto Derux Loaded "6 Cylinder" this seal. And only those who e a Sporting Goods

display this seal may call themselves e Vac, Sew. Machine N HousewaresLadles I

1958 FORD 1958 LINCOLN 1957 FORD BOA, MOTOR & Realtors Automotive Ready to Wear

TRAILER a George M. Barley, Jr., I : Foundations
,; ;

$S495 Ex$895an$ $$395 $$795 Inc. I Carpeting I" ', :", a Infant Children
41 J. W ChUdre, PealtorDanenburg's e Plumbing-Heating
Auto Clean 80 11. P. Girls' Wear
I Beach .. I I Appliances 4 '
Realty a Paint
e Paint ti'l '
S Duffy's Real EstatoBryanConway :, Restaurant
"
Ford a & ,. I
McCotter .
.l WInstead, Inc: ,\ I I',

e Campbell Associates, NON-SELLtNG DEPARTMENTS
,
Inc.
DIVISION'S /:'
TRADE-IN I Edwards Realty Service .
e Station Attendants a) Tailor ,ra
Ed Kittles Agency
Core" Shop Counter Girls
w 'e o Harris Realty, Inc.
;, 730 SOUTH WASHINGTON AVE. 267-2657 I
L. B. Newman, Realtor I
Donn Searle Realtors
"CENTRAL FLORIDA'S TRADINGEST DEALER" I a Sydney Schwartz SEARS EMPLOYMENT OFFICE

S W. J. Smith I
629 BREVARD AVE. Old Sentinel Bid,., COCOA, FLORIDA
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VISIT HOMES FOR


I VAFH,' : NO PAYMENT DOWN Beall Ii l.G f\ R D IMMEDIATE O.TO OCCUPANCY$19,000



,:;,: r A Community Of Fine Homes In TitusvilfeOnly W Several to, $6850 Large Home LOTS restricted SALE toiaoo hi
t LOW DOWN

A PAYMENT 2 Miles West of U. S. 1 On Garden Street COWART & CARTER


L .. THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM TWO TILED BATHS 3200 Kroner Garden 207-3222 St., or Titusville 267-2531 1




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Friday, July 24, W4 TThiavItU (Fltrida) Srar-AtivMaH .
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I .-:- Star-Advocate Classified Ads I PUBLIC NOTICES f. I IIN





Continued From Preceedlnj Page Services I Swap or Trade

THB CIRCt'lT ('Ot'HT or TlMN1H IN MtTII'K: OV KTKNTION TOHKi.iMTm I'" ...1I1i: C'IHH'IT .f......" 1111 .0 IV TH. COl'NTT 1'fIIC'1 I N THH fOUTY t: :
UKIAL ,'IIIt'I'I'r 01 Rr BRKVAR1I '
$6 000 EQUITY in beautiful 3.be>d. 'uIINTY. rirriTitu !\\11'': .. "It KHI 'Hit .H'ITY. FI.tlK' COI RT IN ANO FOR .s
ANO tOH IlKbVARli .'."! *.
Real EstateFNCOMI WANTED NAMES and widrestes In compllanr* wHk HB** 11111 l'" % IN. I'IMM'KRt taiia'1IlkRUhHT COtITY. FI'HWA of )
home In Tltusvllle Swap FIXJRIDACIIANCkHT
room r*:
Numbw. few>:1. C U001UVAMTKRI'lalnllff: 'U1'1' 11 t"ITtRI I KI.I.
No
of members of Christian Cburth NO :JMMKNII1KK II7S. chapter IN C MBNRT '
for acreage trailer or what have Tl HKr-KMt" I.awa nf Flarlil. *. Aria vt "41unilrraliinrd Ih. RIIIIITATI S'
PROPERTY disciples of Christ living hi ? AM T2105 will .....1.1.r wlibC 110. .... OF OTIl'lT'oIr'1Fill PKTITIA W
you IHKIKKKNTT 10
WILLIAM Cl AUK run KIWI "
North Brevard. Call Mrs. Bonnie l'lolnlltf 'I li-rk nf tb* I In-ull Court In I Ivard I"'". KIAINR n. COOnrUTI'It.': l'IARL I J NIT I nut nviUnite !>! < HA BUB a1'timx

Van Wagoner lerrctary Cannty, rlorliln, ...... rawof DrOodaBt,. JoI.-i '
/ ..
of lit :
All cmlltora *
INCOME PROPERTY by owner Used Cars & Trucks IHIOKFH proof n( puhllcatlou ofBUI Ihl. 'OTI't or *iir j:. alv.n C"d' |
2fiT7m or Leslie M. Sparks A IOYCP) ,,. Churl** Hi-nry rullivtnn. n.air laHFNMY liy ,
I'tiiiao 287.2728. to. *, Ik* ..f.llawl*. fMIHnam Tot J"I. O..r noilflitd anil, rmiBlr.ilIII I. fla.1 return* t> .**-
"I.
II"d I'
minister 2876883.FREEH. HOOKkH1"null 10..101
joint: : *. Id-will. NorkM M t radi 'III' 1.1. 11 .
TO: NICTA nr il.ntanil* whlhy "' r
LOTS FOR SAL --- --- -- -- 1957 BU1CK. t door; ; 'iardtopR: : M. W 844k tIW..I ,..- >r whlih wa tr* Ft ':.f'I.In. hIniwt Ith I:, Ilv.r.ld". : .lfnrnl. may kav* aiataul' >.1 ld rail.1. dwvaindl: Ikat aavo 'lf l
Hollywood. Fliirlila. at TKiiavtlla, Yt\ IIRICI1 1011"10 dtotrlbutloa *ad
la Ih* ofHeo of thr ( JuilMHiwvard .f aiy iwliilita for 5
h. County
and H. Al condition $371 267. .."d..I.n'"l ar* lho only |"r' ault lu tha
: NonFIlIhul knit that on
YOU AHK HMtrllY Count*. Flarlil* wllkln i.1. flnnf dlai iar :
I ..... *nn> ln.*mrtd In aM, htnlnrnI nialnut. y.. ,In the Ctrnult C.ur' I ..
1489. f CtimpUlnl lor Dlviilh ..I Au. iwi. I
3 LOTS, 80 x 104, Indian River a VIII .a,1 >alr4 ot TttitavIN riarlilB.. IIZ3mt Iho Nlnlk. '0,1"1.1 Clrrull. to ai,' ul.de monihi frum tka dm. I day ol u.t. ''
Imin flli-d ainlnot" Ton MBhlleallon nf thl. noilKark la Ik
L.P. BOTTLID: GAS Horlla. I Huo".hl. Vlr.1
City arci. $150 each. 267-6513.: 164 C1IEVELLE radio automai an> rc..uli'4 tii wry* a copy ..f riay of July A IV 1W4Kllnworlk : fur, Hrrvonl IlkRIIkHT O. .tl. rtatm or ilmiand muil a* In I Mni. C.nt" d. UrowdCoualT

INSTALLA TIONISuburban transmission call 267-3030 Jour. An.wor nr I'lomllim In Ih. D. Aaama nl lOOIWAITJK.. wrlllaaand mum Mat* tk* pint* ..r I for approval ,ol
mallnt on lhi IH.lnlllatlnrn '. 1 llulnlirf' y. and ailitriat .. fln.l rrturni and for an oAr
Hill of :w'TSl "li'T.: I.. nwlilMMw aunt .rn. Mill
Real Estate Wanted A. HluTT ilN ":& July 14 (If'rl.) W4IN l'AMTrK. O.t.nl. Chanwry ,I ".. <"*
Propane FoRD Po-q; : y. IUIMMIT" (; 1I rr.itli. >d I.. lit* rlaUmnt aad hu.1 h* .w. of dIMrlbuikin on :
195S GALAXY. irth ItntHiHk' Klwt Mi'IliounFlorida .. I 271 *n>wi>rMhfr t. by th* rlnlm.nl'. .1.nl. rieruirlx th* will ofOhiAtOM

1 OR 2 ACRES with or without 2019 U. S. 1 K. 2674411 nipped Air Conditioned. Excel. ami fll* IB" orl.lu.l An. written B mpy to tha Ai I tiloracy. or I will .0. .n'i C. IIKNUY. oW o* d.tl .
In Iho ortl.n ol lClitk I :: .. lo law. Ir... M. ll.ary
or lil.-n.llnn nrdlna
lent condition m r tart ;
207 2471. TIIK': rmri IT (.tn''T or TIMTM filial OB .
small buildinx. Will pay cash -- of tho circuit Court. oa or Ifor. >.' IIM<'I n. flltrtlT IKIOHlUt .r I plaint rialiWI I IU..Id l>al.d Iki* llith day ul July' 111.. KMIM ulrlx' '.

for right price. Box. E StarAdvocate. FURNITURE TOUOTUP and r.- LET ME tell your car or boat. tk* ;.Hlk iliy at Ainu.l, 11101.. l AkU... .OH KM ':. t.n.nf fll* Ih* nrlBlonl I..n. In Mary Irrn. FullrrtnnAdmlnlMr July S 10 IT 14 (PHI ) W4 ,'
]f. full In tin aa. Julnni.'nlforTh bv : irl "
you of
-- -. ----- finishing also antique work Browning Auto Sales. 287-1520 : : : : .. IIofi :: %. KI C"llt> l..C'I l)1TY.l BNO. ,.a.0KOWAltU I t-onrt Ih. lW.. .f of Hn-vanl tb. Cl .Ouunty k '. "n."I.1.1"111 I IOB ol Ckirld It.nry 111.rt"n.d.n.I. l.t.l.. |
WILL PAY up to $17,000 3 or 4 quaranteed service. 2675733. rrllrf at'mo mini IB Ik* I II or for* the Ur. day at Au.ui.. Z 1I
IIUluVAHO
1961 TONTIAC air corulillone I : It ,'W.rftn, : (toward I, May.a JrAttirnry KOH btN-
oNn3"ANi: \ nAMI'KL, A. n. :
bedroom preferred State full reliabl* and Small equity and take over paments. > > numciun: .t TH.vlllo .. I .....,- i NERIIN ID. IAn, NOT or f, for AilinlnUnatrlxf I NO IUTI*
particulars in writing Principal PAINTING expert, Himiril. County. .rhla. IISnl PI.IDtifr.. : .. b. .nt.rd *.1" O, .. HIM IHANCBnT .

onl ". P O Box 601, Tltuaville satisfying work.!!: Eitlnatea gladly. 267 1652 or 34S3 !'irll"J' I* 4 you for tb* rrllrf prayd for II 3"iy"iV.4raT; HAIMOWITZ.BOTH .
) .
IIAHNPHCl ft
---- --- -- -- < It : flVIII.H HKSEARCHVAHK < : T im ) tl. RAIPII A _
.... I AM f.fT7&Swap 61 RAMBLER 4 door heater erellent .KMK lot' ('IIU'I'U'' l."Ol'RT PRINCKI COKPtlRATlONN CO )N.B1AND onniCRBD at TlluyllV .. lr

; Iron & Metals HY' V. B. HpnnglirIVputv. : tn4 day of JuA .
Scrap condition $9 J5. Call owrr l'h rk I w J. a corporatlaB I >l" rMa. Ihla MAItOARBT 0. HAIMOWITZAp.rliiwol

or Trade at 267.Sin. trtnri'iT {'oi HT t> ..AiHOBI 1.1 ,! "'It"I: "" .....r..d...HC...nl. HYri I 0.. 1IHI4Court rlfal. IV TUB CIRCI'IT COURT or TII .4.t

KING IRON Si METALS TOTERTab oveVltt-- .:RT A. WIITTAilirory HiiriTiuNTO ( ('"rU. M. ".r.... NINTH. Jl'IWIAL' 1.1111'1'. (f TIMAROAnlT
TRAILER NTATM OK
111 It
ton far I'lulatlff
1902 TEMPEST, we owner for ......... Mtnrt"uiriTTl PBINrumVII: HK8KARC (' or TIIII f'IR'I'I' ANf FOR nRKVAHi> coi'Nrv' n. 1UMOwTZ
Buyiflg Iron Steel Metals Ford $475 cash After T .ven- ,*';; N..rlhI..t.\. 'PARK COKPOHATION. toliBTCOVNTY f.. nREVAItD '1 .. II.t
NO
automatic washer or what have .rl "UlnUJA I.'HANCtRY 1.1 A
I
inis.jMobile Manor No 82 IM ( Nw' Jvrarv rarBorolInkM5 T i C' orII
4 Miles South On VS. No. 1 you and take over payments --- -.---- II1.y.r: : rlfik Av.nu* My Allna M. MaalMlJuly 1M4IN Ni II, I"T I 1,11.ln. Ipl.k. that

AM 7.2105lIHkVAKD. IN TUP' <'!IH<'I'IT 001 HT IN' ANrOll N.w fork IT. Nw York 10. M. M trRI t I'NItKD ..KTI.tF.1 HRRHI You aro le.lt.. ...Inlrl.. oB aComplalnl

Cocoa Florida Wanted To llltl'VAIUI CtH'NlY' .'I U .It- I YOU AHH HEHhHY NorirlR NO fr" ColV : ... -
IN TH I!! ('I RI'IT <'011111'. MINTIt Buy IDA I Ih.l. Conuilalnt' to rowloaa M..rtII. (11. flint aialn.l you. ond Vo aro

Services [ I \! .II.t.rDR IN IIANi('KHYTHWNATlCiNAI.. .... h.. 10"_ .....1 .1I.ln.1 ,OU .a.1 or TUB ('IW'lT.' I' OII'I ".It. PI.lnlf. oiilrrd : .a..ropy. tn tha of Cora-yourAnaw.r
ulrtd to a ropy
IIUNTY, you ar* r*. arrv t'.r.
IN CHANCBRY. HTMNOTK USED AUTOMOBILES. City Auto : HANK OK MB111.i : .. your Anaww *r nkadlni. lo ItomnlHlnl 101 BT NTV.'IN riOHIII *. .\0 A.MICHAEL CI FIN and plaint l'I.I"lf'. Bllorav Urlkau .,.
'K OFAnorTKI inisr co., on I'lalntirfi'I AtlorniMKMArIIKI 101 FlOKKNCH CLKIN, hi* wlf*. John A R.d. .11
ANO orTHOMAS'
P rU. AM UN K ; .:
p i T "RESIDENTIAL; and : T-3686.Work : Bd WfclMga IN KBI llalll.. t'l.r..I... flkt tax
I HUt HfDIlO* bnnKlua eorporiiiloti "r..nl.,1 l .n,1 i iminima r l .l> llll.Tk.HMANMOItroHU ,ItafoailaiTHH .no Ik.offl. .
IB
smill romrrrmlal. Licensed insured IN KB: l-Hltto* oltAWRrNCK I --- -- unit.r Ida UnnkiiiK .liw. > ...r .: ., .ln Road MI.ml BTATB or FIOHIDA : .rlaln.l Amwrr nr 11..dl.
., ... Vlorlila' (HI It. and fll* 110.orlllln.1 .. nf Ih. tkrk 'Irul Cn.-
Colonial] Ileifihts. ': BAtCFR and Ih. l'lIlte.1' .. tttal., ..f h' I II.. ] _. TO! AKTHt'R WAHH aMAHUAHKT stk .D.
C. Ktattng Ih. Btfnr Ib*
In or .
on
l'lollllltr.|( Aniwrr or Blailln. ".
Wanted iroouMBU
HkTTY JrlAtt] MAKKK kll wit* | TO t > C WADM, 1.1.
.. .. .
307.81170DRESSMAKING of Ih Clrk of the aba I 0'1'111 ...
iitn.n .1.1. 111.
of
TO WHOM IT MAY ( ONCtUNTon : AU wir. fall In do ao, Jud.m.nt byd.fault
ar* kwrby wMirtod. thai (heabnvonamrd T"O. PUMP! \ anl. KNniMOl ftINI1 aiylrd court .. or ln-for* Iho JUilay .dlor.I L'II MAN Mon. Yau korby nnllflrd taut you will b taken attalaal you

ORIGINAL rtylin ...Ullu....... LAW- I 10. INI a Horlila; loriinratlnVAllKY : of Au ul. IM4. K yon all I. TIIMAI I :. "Ifl ; Pull li .k*.a flli d ...In.! y"u fur th. nill.t* dimandml In tk*
It.-NC'III. HAKHR .... BkTTYtKAM WHITE WOMAN desires Ironing in hTII-U IllllllltlCOMIANY do .o. a IMM-r* pr. ronfiao wl .III ; I .I" 1 and nf by UNtThMOKKlAOEal
alterations :
fortnen'x I you
expertly fitted, BAKMt. .U.V* licit ppUlloo own horn*. Monday thru .'rl. Mt."..lirl niiiiinilliiami .. : lakrn aaaln.1 y.:' far Iko raildrnmnilnl nr d.n..":: .. .... kV.UVUINO: COHIa !. C..pl.lnt.' II. nARNBD

and women's armenti. !. Ik* .........tyM>d onurt tar theadniillaB day. 267-0171. th* INlflLli: 1t"'A'fl'I ;* ol' AAKltlCA In Ib* Complaint.Th I ...In.1 .1. t.. nm. ..f H.. York I'lalnll t'I'ITII Circuit Court
C..rp"r.l.n.
Lillien Hudson 287-3198. of Ih. minor child aamrdt .: .________________ .proiwrtv In.ulv.rt HravardCounty la alluat -. ,. jartBO.. ... ".. ; ..' la Ika akovo .IIt.I *"01 .n.1 Rv Alluo M. Maat.raoB
.. In
kla D.Cu.N
rrnilanlvoTtn aad
iTiiuaviuo
In Iylnll .
tnurtnntiM
herein aad you Bra r o.uli 4 U iw hliirlitii. (hat you ara rraulmlIII I"
IlRONING IN my home anytim : or. MI ITTHB rlorlda, anil la dairltn"bat .d ru'rida wliklB: an ra >
haw. .UM why tba aaina tkowMnot your Aniwrr with tha ClnrkIkll .r Jy?; \ *'. Bt irrt.> 1M4. _
b. granted by a.rvtna.. a copvut tiTA *, tilIMIIIII'A I1.r:::' .nIH' miinlha from Ilia ...t nf Ih.rlr. (.0.. *ad la onrv* B N'i" '
your wrKtoa d"' .....>. If aav. anr 10, VAiirr: HTfcn: 1.'ltH.I'rTIII' Ib* '.lowln| .. iiroDrrly .' pllbll..I.. ", Ihl. Inl t..1cloln .h..' upon the I'Ulnllfl or 1'1.1. IN ( NINTH

TOP SOILFILLMARL .krfor* III* link day at Aminvt. THH!! ('Uwt'IT ('O'IIT or, Tii : "COMPANY lyln 1 Kant. nf U. Illin- or t..d '.1 .. "., lirf 1 JIUIIIAL' 'IWIIIT 'ltlRT. r LI IK-
I'KM, upna) PalrnfT. W. CalllM. Allorniv !NINTH a Mltmiurl ooniernllonV way pl.. addraaa lai C "JRt' t'll'.IT URBVARDtoi'Nrr
JIUKIAI, NorrnnWt .lkT IDA. IN .
I !IKI I
fur. P IIUon.ra tAWHKN<'fBAKMi lmiLVAIIU: IT. I IN u H'. hi. .n't.y nouri.il thnt ", Lot t, In ':: ".......... pa.torrl. ...1.... lr.h. .. Allnrn.y al f'. Floa
jJJV'mViA: ; l'NTCIUNIHIT ...1.i ."l vnVAIIhY ". lion IH Towaaklp tM Houthani h. .w"r.
rilnl
: and MUTTY JKAN: RAKvuk mill bi awn .
I land I. ..Itlm.a' .Id .., hi. no*, Ml rl rahuri. Florid, nUl.r ., CIIANCFRT NO ZS1SS .
: : :", ::: : : Not. J 4"fl:!! k-rh.H.1: PIIODltlCOMHANY 8T Ka: >U..wbkh I". RouNo ,1.lm..t. naMornly .1..t. .. Auiual T. IIWIIf 1 Mint K or BUT
;' I ; t : i wrtf II ta a Mimiwrl r..iIHIMIInIn ". IWH: mor* nr I. on M "I U.I. yld airorillni ,.. la do a*. DM-IV* PCanf .. UIVINQ A
ntrtMi:
.. .... ..d and 1TM moro or 1 IMB, tnillan r.1 luLIM.
I ,
'1I.r lk* c_ of"uld DIXIE: LINK: iTONfc lli. abnv ..itlll"d to law. .>*a a* *al.r>d aatlnKiu .
For Complete Service Courts .......!** 4ro may kauu a KlorUla CanurallunJl CUMPAN Ihnt you ore nqulrixl lo fll* voiimwrr "' Itlvrr a> ludliBtod, by the. for .wi' drmandKdCoBiplalnl I. PI.I..o
: ..
>rd aaalaoi you .ranitaHi wild wild th* t'lrk nl thin ('OI'M .urvr* mad. I>V C A. 'BUCKNKI "lIKTTV't'MORITOHD.. .10

adoption\ ".. !'1.1..lItf .nit to ROr..* a ronv lh<'r.of lipiw :( .l wriMl Land umufi Ki: < ol .b. It.t.t. of Th* Balur* of oild bi-lna f"' A L COLIRTTM oad BLIKNlOt.l.KTTK l
CallFRANK Wlf Nt 4ft my hand a art the ..at lAM ACKLF.T 110. 1,1..IIIU'f' ,.1.1111111.' "V1,0rH',,, lain* rinrlila IWONM A.III"I.'r.'r.'I'"m. "lom.D MoilordJuly" '._ ol morlxflo.111.. In til* wlfa, al al
.nd D.UI" ACK. .... ..l lxh OKDItKKU ot ne'k.I II 1.. "ur".t
of MM, Cfturt it fll ui vl II..,Florida. LII: 1''. hi. wlr. "n.. ...on. .nd .01.11. ) AND *' Offk 11 Bo.ik 6M, Ir..d..'
JOHNS Ihli Hub bv tot Inlv. lf..4. .,. anil, Nohrr, 617.C Ilirbiir < HIllvil I* rA.llravard" Couniy, Florldo .111. ': J4JITH IJ_ > __ ruhlln r.1: : nf 11 if KV.Aft: IN TiE NAil Of THi 'UUI
CURTIS! H BAHNKfl, TO: r.M ? I: .. .Kn\l Onlllr. Klnrlili. nut In'otl''' of July I 1H4 : Couniy, Florida. oov.rlniilot or ..
: M"CUY. ... 2Tth J'.I,. Ir ...... rnll Court Kallturllii or TIININTI
Landscaping CLtRK Ok Till; QlKCl'JTCUUJtr A'KI.Yelf. !!: Ihno A"R" IN-Tl C111'IT CtlllT II. KliHk c. MIIVRIt!!: TOt
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AM 7-0656 I h 'f'nllrl 1'1.0111.lv Deputy tl.rk ....V.It., I..bon.... 1I..r. d''Hn,1."" I. t.. In rn....Ih"........ ..n1ll11lInLThl. m..rl.. HKirVABD: COUNTY.FL.OHIOA )'LIRIA. 11 ; I Ta8WORCIr.TtR Plat ItMordi Bunk IB nf, |ii llr.y.r.l* H7.fubllo ( I". ... b.lra, li-t...I

17. 14. HI. All.. T 1.1.. ...... rn".r"'lolm? V "'r.y "oilflri" that ".... 10" r..1 ,ol"1V I'r..d' lly Allc* M MoaKraoo.July I IIY. County >lurliloi I Ini.lh.r wlihIk 0..1... .r.""...rr.tllor., .. ..
I for vuriM-lumiro ..r ....tnllt I., IT. 84 111 i r UK IMifi'THANCICRt <. AN AHIII.ATWN..II.d ; .1 l"rU" 0' "I.'mlf.'
Mrrbaalr. IJ. V, Mlowlni il *nrlli.il It.mt nf .'
n hni 1 unI. 0"
liwa .
$ $ $ ? $ ? $ ? f .< nit A Irart or I"ml InriUil. I I. th* moloa ol Amarli. .orlu property. aro lonalrd IB Ihr"lIh. 1.
: $ ? $ $ $ ;. "0( )'.. ..d l you aro rauln.i.J ---- .hl..1 A. L. ( ...I"t. and kll.a (
oMoM ... rue )""" oniiwep or i>lmiin. bin: on* kilf of Ik* luuit: .. on* otlao, .t p Initallml a* B I.n. bla wlf.; .. I). Ixnmarkand '
ofHrillnn
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Ihn Hiilllllrli l gllurt r af '
lulf of Improvcmonli
h. (lirk of 'he Clmilt ('""rl JH:! outh.UnnK. 11'1' Till'': CIIICIIIT ('OIlRT IN. ANn Mid I laadiModMa b I'.n..rll. kla wlfa,
FAULK SPECIAL! 22. T wn lilp '
GUS Cannty .LOK.I'A .nd iwhoa tru. Chrlmian ..m. la unknown
t'ir 'J11" al Tlliinvlll AftO ,'ullN1'Y. : RtArKRI'RM *
BaltV .
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upaa HIVINO NATIMVMIN. p. 41. Hc.ridi.' mar panli. iilurlv.. tinnrll \ NO .MMKUll : "WtKJIUI I .,,hjVMlfsa IM, Mcrlal No : If ,t.I., 11.l'I.I..lt. ipoua., 10.1,.. '

1959 CHEV. BelAir 2 door, cool green Ba* till. coma. Flnrl ulk".w.
'' (be Mnulluii.t i m in r if pulfWALTKIl | .. .1. If lllHW, WrrT.I TWIKUMltWklrlaway .n,1 p.r.n... orparilra <
& white. V-8 with straight drive. Radio 1 >> I : 'S1""T"f1"' .it Ion "S. run Norih' n ilntnwnOt ".. d..I... iranl.. u-u.lwa." ..llIn..r t..b.1 UKIM..I iiliilintni by. Ihrotiih und.ror
inlniiti f:..l M4II 'rot: Ik) ai-a |l.nor.. .Mdllor. oli" .
!! d.. MI'C1tI II ,' Modrl No. No 1UH7IIJ aialnul Ik. aalil (li-ora. I). Ivnm -
ronrtwrn1wll" I run H 1..lr. Furaaoa Ixnmark blawK.
heater extra good white wall oo a dixi-Mi Kr* I 10" I a'. .Hh.r nf a"rtl Modid No HI1i1. rk nnd ,
jjntcroil: :: aiiiiinRi you for thn rrlli.. ttnt tl1 f..1. niui tvniirly or Uw rlithtif loa M"" >ii<'K!: nr "i ir ... hayln or or .1.'n.I.' ". *! Mrll No. 4 .| Walu-r II Lamrnoa and
: :; I ; I MndaiNo I I..nmnn. Ma wlfn. Iwhuo*
$895.00 oM 'wiTNl'HH'1mj'liam"" 1" I':1"/ il AlAlIhim TOi Mr, W.lir MiOlmmoa rlgkl mlo or l"loral 1 I"C t. nndlllon.rt' -
: .ad Ih. nr.1 oalilwenorly 411 Fcaiiylvanl* AvonuoHoiklid any d.inrlb.d, In Ih* MM : MM H.rl.l No CAS4 Iru* <'hrlMlan nnm. la unknown ..
rlrlal ocil f Narlhrrly alona; prop-rty I Inittll.d. I'Ulnllff), If IIvino. *nd If d.k,
ih court, Ihli 2.d: : ", I"1..rlo'>.
of
OPEN -TIL 81 .. y "f July, Iwlt I rlKht w.y lln** tklfwt lhaulp YOU AltH "IHIClir: NOTlrlltU .tal"1' n.f.ndnlHUIIN .. 'r'Ir: : haad and th. a.nl ..1 Ih. unknown ipniiM. 'h.I'., I...'..

. (Ij.Jl'IIT; HKATl< ti> nn Iron pli"|.whl,11 on Ir..n. hat a .lItt fn, dl."r". h.. ..... or it llr.v.rd CoU..ly. ..1... araniiwa. .r.'lar aad ranl
Ciirtl. II n .. .10. 1'lr.II"o "OTlfZ day ol July, A. 1 1CurtH n. all or tlalmln*
>rnr* Itlaauii't W'H riwi roir* nrMM '11..1 .. .110'" )'no 11.'KDI1nN 11 pi-rninii

Janik : Cli by.ik V. af H Htinixlitr rinult' Court I from"lli'; Hmith; lln*nortkwlvaliinn of aaldkcillon r d''J...:'' tr :: l ;I.1 :; i'I : TOI \MAnuARIT. .. knowB Ib .. R narn.iCj.rk .by alii, lon"lIh. unil.r H. or L.niinoa analnit aadI Ih*

: Chevrolet Deplltv" < 'lllll. : ; I mraiiiir* .. ..IiI...... "IAII'I"1d' M'I.'III M MON.l'I.lnll" ,I .I. and d', ol Ih* I Ircult: Court lila wlfn a
: ,1J IRVINd NATHANMON 11I'n.'. Mlil nlOllI..rl' rl ht, of.1"or". UniJjwelrlv v.. WALTJoK lI"t'III..' Ih**dr. .or.. .IY uu.*.1 lirlridvlw <" lly A Ih. M. Ma.uriunIMpuly Juhnaon; : : known aa H. :

P O. llnx IMr. ...r..nt. 1.1t..ry n... .. na.l..n.i l lll.nora Cl.rk .n 1 o.
..r nf HloloItoail MUN. >r*, .
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t" .. .. t. HUALl wlfo, Iru. fhrlnUaa
oM nn InrlilnAltnrniiy of IIJ1 fmt 2"'"". YUII .r. Itor.b, .ulr. cr.dllora. lruaii. olh.r ntTIlT =
USFD CAR DEPARTMENT fur thn I AIA a illnlnnii .. 0'oth. > IT. H Itrtl I I. unknown I* llalnilffl. If .
.w. !
.. ... rllp, nl '''"' claimant.
M nilnulra 1.11.10 .
*.. 1026 S HOPKINS AVENUE PHONE 267-1234 "n"nlo'r.I'I.lnli rr, thoniw North. "!> ilrsrwn wrlll." d.r..... .. 110. ('omIala' aoalniil hr' !: and If di-ad. tk* unknown. ."" .
or lm>* umlr
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.:AKTII INDIHTRIFH" : INC" m..1 h.r.l. opnn ('.rl 41. .KBI-RN I- and: 'lm'A ; .Ir.. liialtva, d.vlw, <4 CMBli.a,
i i t -r July 14, 81 AUK 7 II |I' rl t 'Wt la a point vn th* Wi-rt lln* nf ).>. .. 'nr .11.. 1'1.11", Bl 1 IN TII t lltriT| ('ol'n1 or Ttl .. and any and all p>r.naaor .
$ $ .. Attnm.y MLACKMIIRM.
$ $ Ih r: lon .n.
$ $ LL.-t -- -- I 00101 h:*.t nun hnlf of nrllllll.1 '10.,.." I. Kr and.IWI alKrllu I ; Jl 1> < I I partlna i I liilinlnf' lhru"h,
:h II'NTIN:
IIIn tho : :
.a" 10 of lh mi
hnlf nf Ih* Haulhraul "" r- t'lr.utt or *1 llh.r ANII KOU unilir or a uln t th, ll-nry MJihn.on
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alono LAW
; NO T3: and Johnwm,
....,.... I.. It... d.., ..r Au.' Broprriy d.a -
morn nr .k-M, lo a pointIhimro i .10 or In Ik. ". OF Nl' I.N .!.! '. wit., Churl.* H. Hithuvlxr. lala' *
Hoiilh m ilrirMMi. M mlnul. .: ltl/N'/ 'I-AII. NOT or o n...r*. .II.d IB Ik. .Complalnlthai .. MTATH.1If.) DH'AHIMKNr OlFI 1'...... aa I'haa. H. ..10.1").
U. S. No. 1 highway frontage (several hunt: 2M11 r>rt nior' or .lr.*. will b* .nl.r.d alalniiyou lell.a"" uak..nw"NOTIFU .Kir>A: in As'ocy til Ih* mat .....U.Um.knnwn. na ('h. ,10.I -
of Ix-Rllinlnii. ronInlnlnK 'ro ( ounao : :
to Ihpoint IUII/tY hlawlf.
of florlda, (; H huyli-r,
for IB aali"IMHK I
th rllf pray4 b..n fll.aialnal 1..I.rl. .r. "
for *
S nior or IIMWIINHS B
*
airo Complaint Ih
Pitlllim.l. K and If ua
tracts). my hand and ....1! of you ky Plaintiff IB Ih: ..1. .! .1..0. .!
tald Court at Tllu.,'lll.. llr..*r.." AND oRornrn .i TIIMvlll Jul *lil.d ...J: and iaua. foii LOUlaB' W. JOHN ol al, vlMaa.known .raat..a. .h. ra ...1... anyanil .
of .
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day
riurlda' Ibli 16th .. i ntmor. I 'r.dl.. .
County. tlorlila. In!* 2.'nd day oJuly *. h. DUI bAaM or 'ur.ln.la.. all .
A 0.. ..... tb. .". o.r..ot. p.raona el.lllnl
IWI4tt0lllirim'ri ir.. TI" R. .ARNFoII on ,11..1111 la Bra. (>r BMINBN1 hI Ihr..lI.h. ".."., ., .
f'IRCUIT proparty, .llt .| NOTI'J JUIIAU' ('barlna II. "i'hgyl.r, lalaoJno
TIlIO :
Four producing orange groves. lunNEn. ( .I.rk ('UKK: ur ( u lnrldail"t "I.ItIJ'NO. '
,
Y. ( 'huyl.'I.
Cot'HT'' for BHrVARI: ) ml:, K. Harbor Kol.looHundlvl.lon IN AND HT Till k"n. I.
Court i .
SEE THEM TODAY nf the Circuit .. "anw. .. II.
OUNTY. ri. >HlliAlly lion I oooonllnilu I AI'TIIOHITt or 1IIH BTATI) 01 "n.llm. 'ha. Ih.IIvl"rl.
1..n.I.rwpuly
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r" l'l.r. i V, .. Mpaoalar UC. th. plat I'. aa r orrt.dIn ) .1.1. t'lra I. ..huylr..
,
115 Acres located North of Mims 3 Bedroom, 2 bath Plenty of( July il'. ill.'Aiii. T. 14 iKrl..) WtIN Jttrt It."54."ai. Aim. I (rrl.I it.4. Plot ItMKirda...of llrvard, ... in.I'ounly PubHa ("!: "iL1 WHOM li. all IT panon MAY* CON am. wi.."nub.,1..' II. II.I.. ('h.uI"lal, If .1.

: kavln A ( hauilnln' hla wlf.. llvIna >
( IM I'IT COHHT or Tin Klortdai too-ill h r wlik th* followlna :: : :
closet TUP
apace. Fenced yard JI'I.II'IA I, (.tltl.'I'IT. IN H.m. uf proprrly wbli'kar. Hint, UK. I"r.r tal*, m : and : .th. unknowaIMIUI d.vlaa.4 .
with Fruit Treei ZUffl' COUNTf. In anil,I sormantnllyInalalliHl SDH* or .. or OB In. hlI.i. ,
/ hMaud
only 115.11/10. ImllVAItO: '"
Ilf TIIR t'lIt'III" ("WR'r "II' T" of Ik. Inv urrl.ln uan l ...n''.... any and all '
.. "... Jtil.lUAL' CllUUrrVLOHIUA O. a* a part tlMirilMil aad tba It.r.I..f. prrmina or p.m.. rlalmlni I by,

2 Acres with House trailer and cabana, "*"%; ,NO. r.iT NINTH IN AND roH .H..,. prav.mnnia. ON ..1.Uv.n land,)Itn. Mod.l Minn l....lh r wltk all unkaawip.r Ihrouiih. unil.r, nr aialnal Ilia aa4 IRobart

4 Bedroom 2 bath home in VAIII> *.I1NTT, KIOHIUACIIANCrKV W".tn.boll". >an* il.hnlni ky, IIt'uu.1 aunil.r R ( haudoln. lalao known aaR
Geneva area. JOB D HALU NO MTU { known 1 1nr R Cbauilnlnl and Jan. A,
pvrauaa
Titusvillc's Prestige neighborhood p1nttt| | o WrmlnihouM Kon| "od.1I'IAa.X. ar
IN U K, o( Jo n C Buirloond who ar* But kaawa : k* dKKCTIVON "d Ckaadnln, kla wa.1| and all paraon*

Convenient to schools truLl.FH) IIAI.l.. VOtlU- A. llunHao, BlTO I or iHtrlln or rlalmlnii toraalwa

hopping, etc. $19,500 with JUNE L. ,l.er.nde.L ""AM"wrl.rn:) C'.AY"Orf.'II' Yo. .,. h..br n..I...... ." In .... I (I'Ml 7
10 Acres located west of Mims.DUFFY'S terms. TO: Jun L lPullr HoadI'oollno >r> 1111m : ...... raldB. >* BBdYoiT a ro flalnllffa y ol your all aaw..r..y.r .or TAYIUM I.dln. JAttl.> ADIIKKBBBJII : ..1, 0' r.r purllna. I h....,. .

rranklln. Mli'Main' .. .r. ....ka..w... on AND MM. ind Dtroal, t'lal.I I. JohB .'...... I....'.... .
AiT*! "IIJtItIIY: : Nidinrrlaat JiAa SUrvoi aurrniuira. ai.lana, b.artt
YOU AnM IIKHMIt. NOTIFIED :, th akavo-oomod. IMIIiunor. *. MUail Ill"lll I In* ariaIn. : j llranii l3aaC N.bM.ka. J* j .. larl.a, unknown. apouww. .r
Ih.t .lIlt '...r dl.a.... .... II.. .) "I'li In, lh* ftli U' nIb'
rluprlno d ruq..I. AHurrlno : r 7lKHI> NilSl t pMitlo* rlalmln by. through
I. 110. M..ult Jnon C. *> 'lrk. Court'itnor 1 J 1 .d.
.In. vf
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fllod iUtla liIk b .d W. Jnla aialnal aui,'h d..r.. poraoa ofn.r.uni
Nlnlb Judlilal aav* a | hfur h. link' .. a' 1.0.1. .d
0..1 of Ih. rirrnjtIn 110..1.
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ESTATE abava-tyl. ""d rourt for th4ailoutlun 'IO .. Juka NlraatClriad natural nr onrpurai.. Hvini
Ki
REAL I and for llnvard t nunly IW4. If yau 10, a riPro .
( rnllllril 10K I). HAI 1.1.. Plaintiff' of tko mluor rlilldraiiaBid ConfMio.f.fII"\ *nl rrd InU h'.o N.braikoHO or d.ad anlatln* nr diunlv.4.rl.lmlna .
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; Vl I. Jltlta/ I.. l..ltl.l.lCII> IIALUSfr'nTa tBrl* aad r... ar* rroutrMlnot you fur ooufhl. In .lb"wlrNkHN Na. 1191 ; und.r Ih. abov. nam*<
f'hon.r. Ifn. 2N'2.'' You to ". ...u.. why I". um. .hould 1\MIOI tojju... MrATM nnAr t>.rl ".. ... qu. Iu.lal. orolharwlm

Corner U S No. 1 and Hwy 46 Mims WI .r.fJf.r.n""nl.h"r..hY ..qlllt..d. '0....h."n.' w.IIIU. ...p, your h* .w ror :I ::: ..... .:::: :.:0:: .my, hod and. *..1! nf IH I V COUNTY .1. lr l..a or, ar :a of 1 ll.nnra th. abov*.:: I
"KIPIUNI
70821Something .n.w..r to II>. C.mi.l.lnt" fllacll or briar. Ik* Sin. day ol Au.*... ..* ualy' rii>rlila, TI. u.vl. 1.1, 1I InorlftOVV 1..4an'. who rlmm any .
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PHONE th
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4 IMI4 BIHIB Huaald U Wallana'' *tlornay .o.rl'
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l >la Ho pon. MS, Coraa Itrarh .. for nntitlonr>. F. O MIX I. n. Br*.. MnlOW HT NO a trrr 01lubdlVlalon vnlv.it' In I hit aull or par! .
O
1 and I. M*, florlda. and ki Curt. + Ih.r.t. rxlno' d.arrlbad o follow
rir.ult Court
I.|.la. Atlorn.ya f.r llalntlff Mtl..a. CI. of >old ITATIN 1 0 .
thereof with tb .."" :
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-- : RM-HOB ;
-- !! Ih/lnrk nf Ih. (lr.ll [1rk of norl olhorwlna 11 Clark .10" F.,. I. .., nf tho H, 1

..... 01 of Hravard ounty, Fiorinaai ..lnl rod. 'irniirt ".1!, : of Mwlliia ai Titwa.hll T"w..hl. Jl Houlh. K.a..

.... hifora tb. ITih day at July. innllna *ad! oduptlonWITNKHH Inly 10. H. 14. n irrll 13 Moulk rHn.. M ra.1, amwrdlaio I .. County, Florida!
1 : : 11. Until k Trn I air a nf MKiij
my hand and .h. .! ol t. Ih* lHat ibrmif. rMiorilvd la rial'

New. %VnVilS: !: !' TAIL MOT' or"; I)...TM aeld e..urt al Tit u.vlll.. Florida,. look 1. ,.(. tit. of ti Iuhlt. KMirdi of NK <4 BMtioB m Townnhlu'

'1 Pro t onf_ will .h.. *nl.rd aialiulou I tbl. -:' ;rll..L.' II ::.. 'IN TIJ rinritiT COIR" or TUB of llr.vard C' rtnrd.1 II Houtk' llanit. M .Kail Brovard -
aaldWINK" : I t I'IT OrMOHIDA. 'nntalnlni tut < nunty. Florida.Ynu
prayail for IB I .
roll't
Built Just For YOU ,.. for' lh. : or 't,,& CiC1rt'f IN AN Foil BRKVAHI )WNKU RYl. IAUI"I W JOHN and >aik of you aro .,.b,
AND oRDrnrn .. TiiyoVlMTIH I < ornrlly > ( OI'NTYtHANcriir and ku.. K. .ntlfl.d that tho abnvo aam4IMnlnllff

vII.... FI..rld.. Ihl. Irdlt cia, ., 'ul,. All''* M .10.l.raBIioiMUy ( NO lawiVKTU JOHN kaa brnn.hl ault ta oulalIII.
In the abovo .Ivl.
Clerk K nr Bl IT TAKK NOTICM that a Dnlarilloa aialnat you
A. "AlWIttt I (ir.urt B,.|" NATIONAL MORT- of Taklno kaa b fll.d Inh. .I'ourt. Involvingtha, abov* d.aorlb.4a .
II rm.aAI. abov.Milyl.iT : ail. .aid vau.a balnp In th. n.lin '
iMrk of the (Inult Courtfw konai4. O. VTallBroitlKtrnoy 'IATION. B corpur.rt oaum th. P.IilM ;
II..r4 County. Horln.IM al lwP UAII ."... ..n".' : r, Iba angulrlo. auihorliy olh.M lull lo r.mova olouda.
O. Han S44Malbourn. .10. .0 .Ita. prarr dt.(> of Ika laklna; nlba .el'h'' Illl. nf Ib. abnvo .:
Y. II. "",,l.'l.rll"111.' >dw o. .,.::: : l abova. ... laadi. for tkamrpoa In and ta tb. .h..... :
lfo r
"ly tr:1..rrf.: i.t -
ItY.A LI lury ID, .i1. ( ) 1M4.i .linn <. r prlnlpl Ml fortk la, lha P.IUIon. lahi .irlb...d landa bv Aiwlarlna all
'("I'RT T. ,rL) 100.. .. .r". t''" W..b- ran**, via' A* rlihl.1 way forportion ..1. of th. Pt-f.ndant nam.d k.r.la'
Au.
10131 n. U. .t .' ('lr nf mala No. I I. aad ta ...1 landa. la. h null and
'nT or nwonn fN l"ll"n, 1lo'rl. C."bl. 'In Hiwvard County. Florida, .rulil ond of .t.ol. ... ta .ajola
IM TUP rot IIHBVABU COUNT. riir <'iK('riT rot.... .r tutIttTff .... "I.I..tf. ,1',1. .' Ika Honorabl V/llllam (I. will l.f>ndant lnt.rf.rlnn

AND KOH ft.0>MIAI. IICftlT, IHtun TATT .. tkrllf.. 0". of lha Iud... af Ik* I.. any way with tltlo aad _..*

riORIDANirtlra"A"N". tItITnOBl1lT row .11I'.t.1I roc'HTY, WILLIM J., J 'OI. f'lul ("n.1 of lha Ninth "1".1' ilnn of Ih* Plalnllfl IB and to aal4
(
bl wl'.b.r..d..I.
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Page t-t Tffvtvltfe (FferMa) Clar-AaVoeate ',1.. July 24, 1,H mother along with thorn. Last Several' other boys have attended ing World War II. Rick was a World War I. citioseni: Albert' lsln_ the buildIng \.

I Tuesday the mother was drivento part of the meetings and sailor In the U. S. Navy, and They bought here !because business. .

Indian River South Titusville Happenings Orlando by her daughter-In- should be present next week in Marietta was a Wave. They met, things!: seemed to get too crowded
" law where she caught a plane to order to complete the study. and after discharge from the ENVELOPES Business Sizes -
visit another daughter in Cleve. They should also bring with service, were married. in their area in Titusville, Also Kraft Envelopes with else

Gardens land, Ohio. them any written work that has and this community welcomes for mailing. Full stock (t Stai
Children To Visit Cypress not been turned in. Exchsnp..f Citizens them and Mr.-snwde 'i' new Advocate.

Three of the boys from Troop t
Mr and Mrs. Lewis Pepper of Mr. George Pfund for many

I The children ot the Readingand met at the Agricultural Centerin with this present workshop, will 220 Tuscarora, who have been No. 310, Joe Ferguson, Roy Mal years a resident in this city at
Recreation Program it Coquina Cocoa to check the recordsof commence its fourth year of 'visiting relatives in New York ott and Ed Freeman, are going 220 Pine Lane has sold his holdIng .

Elementary School during these two top contestants. work for Sunland Training State, have just returned from back to Camp LaNoche nearPal.le here and has gone back to 1 } What 9c'
for another
this summer vacation will Members from this area who Center. Each year since 1961 their vacation.Mr. ,, Florida New York State where he originally
26th to 0
week from July August
take an excursion to Cypress were or. this committee were this club has worked and ac- came from. George Is a
Gardens next Friday as a part Mrs. Mary Slaby and Mrs. Catherine cummulated during each year and Mrs. Ernest Ingle of 1. Ed will Leaders be taking Training a Course specialJunior widower and has several married OO Will Buy

of their nature studies activities. Hellpcnstell.: large quantities of necessary Jonesboro, Tenn and Mrs. Clyde while Joe and Roy will take an children. One of his daughters
the articles for the training center Archer of Johnson City, Tenn. was a frequent visitor nere
They wlU picnic on There were representativesfrom .
and each year these articles have been visiting at the home ot Aquatic Course.All George lived In this city a longtime $34.95 MATTRESS
grounds, walk along pathwaysbeautiful 7 Home Demonstrations the boys of this troop were 9cOR
Mr. and Mrs Glen Archer during and built his own home
have been delivered to Orland.j
with flower andchrubt Clubs present on !this committee reminded that a camping trip BOX SPRINGSWITH
by members of this club the past week. They also visited Although living alone, he was
of many colors and varieties and after reviewing the recordsof would be planned In the near
several places of interest hospitable and friendly and mad
PURCHASE OF ANY BEDROOM SUIT
ride quiet electric boats both the decision was future unless
girls, and they were pres.
while lIe to this
here and really enjoyed many friends. came
along canals bordered with beau- that the award would go to Little Lt0u AuxiliaryThe ent on Tuesdays prior to the
their first visit to Florida. city in the early 1950' He was
tiful flowers and watch exciting Elaine Reynolds. This award ofa next regular monthly .; trip, they would not be permittedto zither and in $29.90 SET
an excellent player
of the IRC. Little League
water ski acts including skill $50.00 prize was given for outstanding meeting go along C
Auxiliary will be held next Last week Butch Graham, the old days when this was a OF 3 TABLES 9
in
daring and humor. All teachersin achievement. The closing ceremony was
recreation and reading will accompany Monday evening, July 27th at teen-age son of Mr. and Mri. charge of Jerry Champion, Eddie small compact family community ((2 Step and 1 C/T)
Claude! Graham of he frequently played his
8011 at the River Lanes Boy Avenue
the children as super Troop 370 Bar Scouts ; p.m. Armbruster and Denny Conrad. zither to audiences of friends In WITH PURCHASE OF ANY LIVING ROOM SUITE
Bowling Alley meeting room. attended a Senior High School
visors. Troop 370, Boy Scouts of Conference[ at the Presbyterian the Community House..
business will
Important come
up
Attendance is good for this America sponsored by the IRC for discussion at this time. Mrs. Conference Center at Lake PlaId (*- Home Again He has sold his property to Many More Bargains in Our July Sale!
Bummer program and the child- Methodist Church, met for it. Sebring During the Mr and Mrs. Richard Bar
,
Shirley Ricker, President urges near Mr, and Mrs Albert Collier, for OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS TILL NINE
ren remain interested In the regular weekly meeting at the all the ladies to attend this meet- week the young people participated rett and sons, Jeffrey and Kevin merly of Garden Street. Albert
wide variety of activities afforded church last Tuesday evening.The ing. in serious classes at the of 313 Delespine Avenue, have and Susie Collier are old residents .
by the program. meeting was opened with conference coupled with many just returned home after a two in Titusvllle Susie was a Mother Of New Symrna

In the quiet game room a table the Pledge of Allegiance and the PersonalsMrs. items of sports and many night. weeks' vacation In New York Snowden before her marriage

tennis tournament will take Scout Oath! and Laws.A (if fun. Butch says he had a good State. Living with| them Is her brother, 524 Canal Street FREE PARKING 421-41)1
Gene Redman and child
place soon. In sports and gamed, camping trip was planned time and enjoyed every Rick is Cubmaster of Pack Horace J. Snowden, a Veteran of
Vicki, Michael and Brianof
a Field Day will be held next for July 31st. Scoutmaster Dick ren 10 Orange Court returned last of his stay minute| No. 310 Cub Scouts, wmle JeffreyIs

Tuesday. Children will compete Woods plans to take the boys out from restful one of the Cubs. Ric also was
Sunday and
a very
in various running events sack and No. 310 Scout of of the Little League
on the Indian River, fishing enjoyable three weeks in New Troop Boy manager one
races potato races and jump- boating Bob Kemincilmg will Orleans, where they visited her Boy Scout Troop No. 310 met Teams this year. Rick's

ing event. Following the Field make this trip in his boat and parents, Captain and Mrs. R. L. at the Civic Center last f folks live in and around New I' k
Day Exercises; the Summer Far Tuesda> r0a a'a agctrRN N IW art5TS CAR 'f,,
will spend the night with the Sorken. Captain Sorkcn Is in the evening for Its regular weekly York.
ulty will play the Stage III scouts.. Rick met his wife Marietta dur-
Merchant Marine and his home meeting The opening R REa
children in a Softball with Ass
game S
The scouts were thanked for port Is New Orleans. While the was In charge of Roy Malott,
children their
other cheering -
the fine job they did lust Saturday Redmans were there they enjoy. siittant Senior Patrol Leader for those who
favorites. Friday, July 31st is
serving their Institution by ed seeing Audubon Park Lake The Board of Review headedby
BRAND
the last day of the summer
pro- helping with the yard work at Pontchatrain Vlcux Carre and Robert Webber Chairman of| PERSPIREHEAVILY

gram. the church. Those participatingwere several shopping sprees through the Troop Committee, continued
Parents are reminded that re* Wult Sabin, Billy Conrad Canal Street. questioning the boys for advance ORDMUSTAHGSae-

glstratum for the 1064-63 school and Gene Cray. ment. The following boys have E ___. -* \T ft i m E
year will take'place on August A session on morse code using Mr. and Mrs. Howard Freemanof appeared before the Board of Families 0 BE

31st It the Coquina School Of- buzzers, was conducted by 4 Orange Court and their Review during the past two A nw ntl-p.rpr-! VIII Win IYEN
fice. Failure to register the child Committeeman Puny Cain. The children and Mn. Richard Hart- weeks: ant that really works! re Trips

.. property will result In confusion Gator Patrol volunteered for a ung and son Eddie Freeman, Bill Northcutt, Eagle: Palms; Solves for underarm many who problems \had- to the World Falrl OHktal W.*. "Mnlsg Come*!' htr? Menk.
and loss of time. Patents of tint game next week. The meeting spent last weekend In Miami visiting Jerry Champion, Eagle R.nkj; despaired of effective F Nothing M bye No JlnlM t* WrtM Jwt HH I*
children reminded that eesps a.d Bring Se Official Intry.* as Ta.r WJL teen
year ate dosed with the Scoulmuster'sbenediction old friends, Mrs. L. Gene Ed Freeman, Star Rank; Roy h.lp: MITCHUM
ANTIPERSPIRANT UAH MINI THI rouowma IMTOIMATIONI
a physical examination and thepresentation led Champion Malott, Star Rank Joe Ferguson, keeps
? by Jerry Bryant and Miss Mary Bright- ;
undtrarms for
absolutely dry Nam.
of a birth certificate 4 people
meyer. Star Rank; Richard Clinton thousands of grateful users.
are required on registration Glenn Snyder, Ray Nothing, Bill Positive action coupled with per Address

: day,, H. D. Workshop Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Richardson Wagner end Mike Wlerenga all complete gentleness to normal family) .State.
and Is made City
skin clothing po*>
Announcements pertaining to Instead: of holding its regular of 324 Darden Avenue for Second Class Rank. ible by new type of formula 1
registration will be made In this meeting next Tuesday July 28th left on Wednesday of last week The rest of the meeting consisted deviled by a young genius I inpharmacy E *$f i. W.A. Store Address E
OFFICIAL CONTIST SUUSt
paper prior to registration, and tho IRC: Home Demonstration to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. of the completion of the and produced by a ContMt, .MI W .., Miami If Uw S tad son mM 'to HIM *> .r
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trustworthy 80-year-old labor.Y' ,- rivi Whwtrt welltt..e 1a" nun ,. .MI. w ... INrb. ms Knrae N .a r
nil parents are requested to be Club will hold an all-day woik- Albert M Richardson at Le high study for the "CItizenship In the ; \90-day lupply. t J,00 plus i / .lddle.lll try (iMliMins trm."million NM, Mr.r, w'rr, n14.4b -
the look out for details when Acre., near Fort Myers the Nation' Merit The follow. t tlmIKIMir) limHf + r = r...1 Wro e"n =;
on shop and make and fabricate articles on Badge. Us. At leading drug and toiletry {limit b l 4 MriMil M Ike NM Yk .acne.. ... w' .. aw t e r.r{ .I Y4 E
they are published. of clothing apparel blankets West Coast The family of Rich. Ing boys have completed it during counters. Gentle fluid E World Air *urln( tfce IM Ian 1 IMtlM" ,n MM awed IK ./sow..... 00 Ili.9'a Klt.',w. art rw M.
and allied items for donation ardsons all came from Cleveland, the past three weeks: Steve formula plicator.with Remember patented nylon stops ap ion Mid, Trip saomm1k Mcludti tmiitwtillai .NIeIa t IMnM s*.! ..........y. k..

Scholarship Award to the Sunland Training Ohio, originally Albert works for Webber, Roger Basham and Den excessive p.nplratlon-for > "

All the Homo Demonstration Center for Retarded Children in TWA. at Cape Kennedy and ny Conrad, all from Post No. 370; many users keeps underarms .
Clubs In Brevard County, 14 In Orlando. Merritt Island. The father and Alan Kemmerling and Bill Woods absolutely I dry.
mother, settle1 In Le High Acres, from Troop No. 370 and Mike Now-A/w/ Cream formula!
have contributed
over at
rjjunber This workshop will be held
and the two families Some price-tome positive action. AUTO STORE
frequentlyvisit Allred Joe Ferguson, Eddie Arm- WESTERN
a period of time to the Brevard the home of Mrs. Mary Boggs,
each other. Our Richardsons bruster, Steven Hopkins, Jerry CUTTER DRUGBig
County Stholarihip Loan Fund, 343 W Coquina Avenue betjn-!
spent 4 days In Le High Acres Champion Roy Malott and David Apple Plata Tltusvlll &Broad Tltusvllle 267-3321
set up by the Council of Homo rung at 900: am. All members Corner Washington s
Demonstration Clubs, and returned here bringing his Webber all from Troop No. 310 Magnolia Ave. I. R. C.
and friends are invited to help ---
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The individual club and the in this worthy cause. Thosesnawering .ii..,,,,,,, : :rfM.nm"" ;':ft':'". o "}f.A: u 1'Wii'
Council voted time: to the call r- ", .w J JCONSTELLATION"
some ago may come n w '
five A prize of $50.00 in cash to and gt during the day as they lltVr
the outstanding HII High Sihool please. PAY | ...ANDENJOYSIZEABLEIlpAVlNGSONJHEKiNDOFHOMI( JI
ONLY '
graduate( in Bravsrd County, Ladles attending this workshop il I
AREA t4ED u'yyOULD.BE"THE F' DIa
The election of tl.ll countywide: me. asked to bring along Q ff YOU NEVER ABLE TO A

winner finally brought the contestants (their portable sewing machines

down to two. These also mutcrlbls, thread and sew*

were Elaine Reynolds of Cocoa ing requirements." Lunch will be '
1
Beach High School and Judy served by Mrs. Boggs, to all the

Rtckard of Satellite High School. ladies participating! this workshop t4 a ,} ONLY y.. ,- -t ONLY1,63S00

from Last Home Tuesday Demonstration a Committee Clubs The. Home Demonstration Club $ .':'" I Ii $$89.85 '

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APPLIANCES TOTAL HOUSING AREA

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GARAGE SCREENED PORCH APPRAISED ,.

G.E.CENTRAL AIR-CONDITIONING and HEATING $16 350 VALUATION $17,230 .

ON URGE 80 x 125 FLHOMESITE-UTILITIESSASSESSMENTS INCLUDED ,
Living Area .. ....... .. .. 1O84 q.ft

.ee..........................e. Screened Area ... .. .. ..200 aq. ft.

I AWARDED THE COLD MEDALLION : WECHALLENGECOMPARISONI! : Garage.... ... .. .. . 449 eq. ft.

OF ELECTRICAL EXCELLENCE BY : See for yourself how much : Entry.,..,,., .. ,. .. .. 24 aq. ft.

jnlUyn''w THE : : Utility .... ... ... ... .. . 22 aq. ft.
/1 ( FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION more you get for your moneyl I Iitotpotnir

:.............................: TOTAL HOUSING AREA 1779 SQ. FT.f .



FABULOUS PLUS VALUE: tpot r lutes lu(point-

An entire kitchen-full of I t 14-cu.ft. -Cycle DeLuxe WALL-OVEN 1, '

DeLuxe Hutpotnt Appliances ( I t Frost.Free ft1u HOME HOME and table-top

included at no extra cost! REFRIGERATOR .. DRYER RANGE

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Though going 10 college costs more the.. days the THE FAIL COMPLETED ALLUTILI TJ # *- wards of higher education prove this Is an Investment UNDERGR UNO '1:And Now 'Is,The .Time To Make Your Move!] y
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that's bound to paT off. Lei us show you how low coat ..) ..
i .'. :aw You'" cove t .Use clean, carefree way of life that only a '
bank loan here can help finance college' for your ion or \ '\
daughter \ '. TmlYluI ; plannetj lot perfection community like Rocket C
Lz,7uIv Nova can Off""r.Designed and built from the drawing ard e .
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A FULL SERVICE BANK h,, 'Q 0 uN00 6 M ,up nothing.has teen overlooked to make, Rocket,CifY j ;:.

North Brevard's Only Home Owned Bank : N .r. a true |1 arden community. No overhead poles to mar

FIRST IN NAME FIRST IN SERVICE ;' -' a's ROCKET C.tOA Us beauty ...., all) utilities! including telephone" -

A '. L., I... Sal' CITY electricity'are..befog( installed underground! Paved:: f '

1TY streets;'Curbs: end gutters even the latest type street<|; : .'

First National Bank .... Yu..uesl lights have been Installed. There' a centnl'waerr< (

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TI7USYILLI. ST FLORIDA IIMIIIS COCOA H MUIS MCLSOUtNC 41 MillS and sewage system, too. at well as tltlderngnxtnd i! .
1* CONSTRUCTION COMPANYTlTUSVllll II MIKS CANAMSAL M Mild MAITIN macs II MIIIS'
stored drainage. Drive! out and Rocket) .
Mmb Ftd rtl Rtitrv Sytttm see City todayl ,. .
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,..* 1- Tlfutyn,.. (Florida) ttar-AJveeale FrMey, July 14, 1,M mother along with them. Last Several other boys have attended tag World War II. Rick was a World War I. Albert' is.In. th' building ,
Tuesday tile mother was drivento part of the meetings and sailor In the U. S. Navy, and They bought here because business.. .
, Indian River South Titusville Happenings Orlando by her daughter should be present next week in Marietta was a Wave. They met, things seemed to get too crowded -
complete the study. and after discharge from the ENVELOPES Business Sizes -
I law, where she caught a plane to order to In their area in Titusville,
visit another daughter In Cleveland They should also bring with service, were married. Also Kraft Envelopes with elms
Ohio. them any written work that has and this community welcomes for mailing. Full stock at Stai
To Visit GardensThe
Children
r Cypress not been turned In. Exchange ef Citizens them and Mr'Snwden as new Advocate. t

Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Pepper of Three of the boys from Troop Mr George Pfund, for many

children of the Reading met at the Agricultural Center with this present workshop, will 220 Tusiarora who have been No 310, Joe Ferguson, Roy Mal- years a resident in this city at
and Recreation Program at Co- In Cocoa to check the recordsof commence its fourth year of Visiting relatives in New York ott and Ed Freeman are going 220 Pine Lane, has sold his hold-
qulna Elementary School dur- these two top contestants. work for Sunland Training State, have Just returned from back to Camp LaNoche, near Ing here and has gone back to 1r(17 1 What 9''

ing this summer vacation, will Members from this area who Center. Each year since 1961 their vacation. Paisley Florida, for another New York State where he originally
!take an excursion to Cypress were or. this committee were this club has worked and ac- week from July 26th to August came from. George Is a &
Gardens next Friday as a part Mrs Mary Slaby and Mrs. Catherine cummulated during each year Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ingle of 1. Ed will be taking! a Course special widower and has several mar. ; OO Will Buy
Jonesboro Tenn. and Junior Leaders Training tied children. One of his daughters
bf their nature studies activities. Kellpcnstell. large quantities of necessary Mrs. Clyde take
while Joe and Roy will an
They will picnic on the There were representativesfrom articles for the training center Archer of Johnson City, Tenn. was a frequent visitor here
Ac
grounds, walk along pathways 7 Home DemonstrationsClubs and each year these articles have been visiting at the home of Aquatic Course George lived in this city a long $34.95 MATTRESS
All the boys of this troop were
beautiful with flower and present on this committee, have been delivered to Orlandoby ; Mr and Mrs. Glen Archer during reminded that a camping!: trip time and built his own home. OR BOX SPRINGSWITH f
members of this club. the past week. They also visited Although living alone, he was
shrubi of many colors and varieties and after reviewing the recordsof would be planned In the near
several places of interest hospitable and friendly and made PURCHASE OP ANY BEDROOM SUITE
ride quiet electric boats both girls, the decision was future and unless they were present -
friends He came to this
along canals bordered with beautiful that the award would go to little Letgu AuxiliaryThe while here and really enJO'edtheir on Tuesday prior to the many
first visit to Florida. city in the early 1950's. He wasan
flowers and watch exciting Elaine Reynolds. This award ofa next regular monthly .; trip, they would not be permittedto excellent zither player, and in $29.90 SET
water ski acts including skill $50,00 prize was given for outstanding meeting of the IRC. Little Lea go along this OF 3 TABLES C
the old days when was a 9
daring and humor. All teachers achievement. gue Auxiliary will be held next Last week, Butch Graham, The closing! ceremony was In
in recreation and reading will accompany Monday evening, July 27th at teenage son of Mr. and Mrl charge of Jerry Champion, Eduie small compact family community his- ((2 Step and 1 C/T)

the children as super Trsop 370 Boy Scouts 8:00: p,m. st the River Lanes Claude! Graham of Boye Avenue, Armbruster and Denny Conrad. zither, he to frequently audiences of played friends In WITH PURCHASE Of ANY LIVING ROOM SUITI
attended! Senior
Bowling Alley meeting room. a High Schoql
visors. Troop 370, Boy Scouts of the Community House
business will Conference! at the Presbyterian
Attendance is good for this the IRC Important come up Many More Bargains in Our July Sale!
America, sponsored by for discussion at this time. Mrs. Conference Center at Lake Plstf- Home Again He has sold his property to

summer program and the children Methodist Church, met for Its Shirley Ricker, President, urges Id, near Sebrlng. During the Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bar Mr. and Mrs Albert Collier, formerly OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS TILL NINE
remain Interested in the regular weekly meeting at the all the ladies to attend this meet week the young people participated rett and sons, Jeffrey and Kevin, of Garden Street Albert
wide variety of activities afforded church last Tuesday evening In!:. in serious classes at the of 313 Dclcspine Avenue, have and Susie Collier are old residents
by the'program.In The meeting was opened with conference, coupled with mans just returned home after a two in Titusville. Susie was a Mather Of New Symrna
the quiet game room S table the Pledge of Allegiance and the Personals Items of sports and many nights weeks' vacation in New York Snowden before her marriage.

tennis tournament will take Scout Oath! and Laws.A of fun Butch says he had a good State. Living with them is her brother, 524 Canal Strut FREE PARKING 42I4UIORDMUSTMGSSt
Mrs Gene Redman and children
place soon. In sports and gamed, camping trip was plannedfor time and enjoyed every minuteof Rick is Cubmaster of Pack Horace J. Snowden, a Veteran of
Field will be held next VickI, Michael and Brianof _.
a Day Scoutmaster Dick his j -
July 31st. slay No 310 Cub Scouts, wnile Jeffrey JR
10 Orange Court, returned last
Tuesday. Children will competein Woods plans to take the boys out Is one of the Cubs Rlc also was
various running events, sack on the Indian Sliver, fishing and Sunday enjoyable from three a very weeks restful In New and Troop No. 310 Coy Scout manager of one of the Little League

races, potato races and Jumping boating Bob Kemmciling' will Orleans, where they visited her Boy Scout Troop No 310 met Teams this year. Rick's F e As F
event. Following the Field make this trip in his boat and folks live In and around New a
Day Exercises, the Summer Faculty parents, Captain and Mrs R. L. at the Civic Center last TuesdaJ r ; vole's IZCJTWle NWY 110111 gal fl.E .
will the night with the York.
spend Sorken. Captain Sorken Is in
III the evening for Its regular weekly
will! play the Stage
scouts. Rick met his wife Marietta dur-
Merchant Marine and his home
meeting. The opening ceremon*
children In a softball game with
their The scouts were thanked for port Is New Orleans. While the was In charge of Roy Malott, Ad.
other children cheering
the fine job they did last Saturday Redmans were there they enjoyed sislant Senior Patrol Leader for those who
favorites. Friday, July 31st Is
serving their institution by seeing Audubon Park, Lake The Board of Review, headed BRANS
the last day of the summer E
pro. helping with the yard work at Pontchatrain, Vlcux Carre and by Robert Webber Chairman 01| PERSPIREHEAVILY
gram. the church. Those participatingwere several shopping sprees through the Troop Committee, continued
Parents are reminded that registration Walt Sabin, Billy Conrad Canal Street. questioning the boys for advancement
I for the I 1964-65 school and Gene Gray The following boys have RI E E
year will take'place on August A session on morse code, us- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Freeman appealed before the Board of Families 0 6E ,

31st at the Coquina School Of ing buzzers, was conducted by of 4 Orange Court and their Review during the past two A new anti-persptr- VIII Win / IVEN
.. fire Failure to register the child Coiiimitlccman Perry Cain The children and Mrs Richard Hart- weeks: ant that really works! re* Trlpi

property will result In confusion Gator Patrol volunteered for a ung and son, Eddie Freeman, Bill Northctitt, Eagle Palms; Solves lems for underarm who prob-had to the World Falrl ONki.I W*. "Meeh.g Cent**!" fitry Mmlu
and lots of lime. Parents of first week. The meeting many Meriting a Snyl N. Jlrifjles t* Writ*! JM Psi hS
game next spent last weekend In Miami visiting Jerry Champion, Eagle Rank; ,, despaired of effective) F F
year children are reminded that MITCHUM Ceepes .54 Bring U Offktal fifty I.a at Vewr WJk I****
help
closed with the Scoutmaster'sBenediction
old friends, Mrs L. Gene Ed Freeman, Star Rank; Roy
fllWI PAINT THI FOLIOWINO INfOUMTIONI
.,, a phyklcul examination and the led by Jerry Champion Bryant and Miss Mary Bright- Malott, Star Rank; Joe Ferguson, ANTI-P underarms keeps
presentation a birth certificate lluldefr 4 people Nam.
meyer Star Rank; Richard Clinton, thousands of ; ".
ate required on registration Glenn Snyder, Ray Nothing, Bill Positive action coupled with per Addressfamily

day H. D. Workshop Mr. and Mrs Albert J. Rich- Wagner and Mike Wlcrenga, all complete gentleness to normal ) City State
Is made .
skin and clothing ponsible -
Announcements pertaining to Instead! of holding its regular ardson of 328 Darden Avenue for Second Class Rank. by new type or formula
registration will be made in this meeting next Tuesday, July 28th left on Wednesday of last weekto Tho rest of the meeting con devised by a young genius in E *' t'f, (I. W.A. Store Address OPPICIAL CONlin lULU E
paper prior to registration, and tho IRC* Home Demonstration visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. elated of the completion of the pharmacy and produced by a L e-"K uit1m mw' ., .elet a hA .t" M Y
trustworthy 60-year-old labora- Five eddltiwal. wlNxs sIN' reef!", I'tell.m.N me of .N .e sMad eeM
all parents are requested to be Club will hold an all-day workshop Albert M Richardson at Le High study for the "Citizenship in the tory 90-day supply $300 plus e tree; 1-wtrt alp MicllMilif( :: : I'M- .Awr.M.wN.:: 'f"W::= :K''Npws.irtstBrsL:
NwV
on the look out for details when and make and fabricate articles Acres, near Fort Myers on tho Nation" Merit Badge The following tar At leading drug and toiletry limit le 4 iwrtenl tlmi) lor)le IMUeeM ke Nw YkWorld oast. .I.MI r w.e.. Lase "
they are published of clothing apparel, blankets West Coast The family of Rich. boys have completed It durIng < counters. Gentle fluid E ( : ,I Felr loon,i| the' Idle /N. t SWIM" .A/MM Itolt M mtti fwlllM.M ;.: 'the i._ n_ ee *as\ii. E
.. ., ..., .. esl ... .
dtcludM truuKxtlllon.Holt .
ardsons formula with patented nylon applicator. ion Trip t. "' t klinMi It. M a me M M M
all
and allied items for dona- came from Cleveland, the past three weeks: Steve Remember stops ) NIOAAlIW11M,4111.. weUmlttinft seeAd..elNy. i .... M
Scholarship Award tion to the Sunland Training Ohio, originally Albert works for Webber, Roger/ Basham and Den.ny eiceeslve perspiration tlrHll to tm tlrportitlM > wAnro 1 -a. "

All the. Hume Demonstration Center for Retarded Children in TWA. at Cape Kennedy and Conrad, all from Post No 370; many users keeps underarma Regist F lAt Your DOWNTOWNWESTERN .
Clubs: In Brevard County, 14 In Orlando. Merritt Island. The father and Alan Kemmerllng and Bill Woods absolutely dry.NowAlso .
mother, settle4 In Le High Acres, from Troop No. 370 and Mike / Cream Formula!
have contributed over at
timber' This workshop will be held
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a period of time to the Brevard the home of Mrs Mary Boggs, and the two families frequently Allred, Joe Ferguson, Eddie Arm- Some prKt-lame positive action AUTO STORE

County ''Scholarship Lotm Fund, 343 W Coquina Avenue, beginning / visit each other. Our Rlchardsons bruster, Steven Hopkins, Jerry CUTTER DRUGBig -
Jet up by the Council of Homo at 900: am. All members spent 4 days In Le High Aires Champion Roy Malott and David Apple Plata Tltvsville Corner Washington & .Bro+ci TltusTllle v 267-3321
Demonstration Clubs. lends and returned here, bringing his Webber all from Troop No. 310, Magnolia Ave I. R. C.
and are invited to help 1 I
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The individual club and tho in this worthy cause. Thoau tl
Council voted some time ago to answering the call may come + 1'a -
give a prize of $50.00 in cash to and gi during the day as they + ,' NGS'ONTHEKINDOFHOMQ
/ f
the outstanding 4.H High School plonse. J I WN AANUENJOYSIZ ABLEA i

graduate( in Brevard County. Ladles attending this work.
The selection of tl.U county-wide' shop me caked to bring along YOU NEVE.DREAM DYdYUWOULD BE ABLETO'AF O)

winner finally brought the contestants their portable sewing machines,
down to two. These also mutcrii.li, thread and sew*
were Elaine Reynolds of Cocoa ing regal emenls. Lunch will be 1
Beach High School and Judy; served by Mrs. Bugger, to all the et,; "THE CONSTELLATION" 6..

Rlckard of Satellite High School. ladies participating In this workshop } -; ONLY .---. .1 ONLY 1i
Lat Tuesday a Committee '
from Home Demonstration Clubs The Home Demonstration Club r ?III 1I1t5 T i' s1b3S100 rw;e I S89e8S M i
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MONTHLY
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AppUANCES TOTAL HOUSING AREA

GOING! 1779 SQ'. FT. r r

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3-BEDROOMS 2-BATHS


2-CAR GARAGE a SCREENED PORCH APPRAISED

Wr, f G.E. CENTRAL AIR-CONDITIONING and HEATING $16 3 5 0 VALUATION $17,230 .

ON LARGE 80 > 125 FT. HOMESITE-UTILITIES t ASSESSMENTS INCLUDED
Living Ai-a.- . .. .. ... 1OS4 sq. ft

Screened Area .. . . ZOO: sq. ft'
"r .UIIA.4.eeie..H..1e1.HIe11e
iL AWARDED THE COLD MEDALLION : WECHALLENGECOMPARISONI : Garage ... .. .. . . .. 449 sq.ft.

f dtet1* OF ELECTRICAL EXCELLENCE BY .: See for yourself how much .: Entry.,"," :24 sq. ft. ..

: Utility .. .. .. .. . . .. ., ,22 sq.ft.tfotpotntr .
gam' THE FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION : more you get for your moneyl) --

:.............................: TOTAL HOUSING AREA 1779 SQ. FT.



FABULOUS PLUS VALUE: IrotrxolnJr ln1- lutpx/lnt: tAn

entire kitchen-full of I I t 14-cu.ft. 1 Double.Cycle .. WALL-OVEN +

Deluxe ilutriolnt Appliances ( Frost-Free HOMELAUNDRY (@Hutp and tabletop


with u. t COLLEGE Included at no extra cost! I REFRIGERATOR RANGENEW



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Though going to college costs more the. days. lh. 1M TtiE fALL GOl.,COMPLETED ALLUTIIITtIS i.. ;'fI', '.' rya '(\; ""w, v";' .. ; ,

wsrds of higher education prove this U an investment NEARLY UNDERGROUND '\ And Now 'Is, the ,Time To Make Your Move!] ,

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that's bound to pay off Let us show you how a low cost F :"i a 'I''jj
t+' "" ,rt,' .. I 7 ':,::: :(.,... ,y You'll love the clean, carefree way of# life that only a
bank loan here
can h.lp finance college for your ton or
:, .. :' plannetj'f foe ,,'I't. .
daughter "TV'VILL' # perfection community like Rocket City :

I .- a Nay : can Off Designed and built,; from the drawing t boaitfup .

A FULL SERVICE BANK ':...' 8 T" wsnN o LASSO P 10.CT .10.;..'..,s.W _. not. ung i .has been overlooked to make Rocket,Clly' ".....!"Of. ..-
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North Brevard's Only Home Owned Bank f. .: un ." ,r: a true j arden! community No overhead poles 1o'marl' 'l :.: :
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FIRST IN NAME FIRST IN SERVICE p\ 0 wesara use ROCKET tote. 1 Its beayty. :; v all, utilities! including telephone !Ind.s. s .

-to ..IilP CITY \ < ,?: electricity it. being Installed under". d ..7 '.

IT., TY :. streets;' uf'tsend gutters even the latest type shalt< \I'.. ,t .

First National Bank HH 2 r lights tl.ave..bfttt,. installed.' There' a central 'wafer. :"Viand .,
DISTANCE TO IAn NTUNCt[Of SOCMT CITY ON NIGH*'V|UOOMANM r; l -
TI7U5YILLI. ST FLORIDA II MIUS COCO W Milt MIIOUINI pall(! sewage system, too, at well as underground "1-

Member Federal Rcitrv System '*>.. CONSTRUCTION COMPANY '.::4'TITUSVIllI. II MIKS a CANAWUAL MIIIS MAIIIH' flANI 11 MillS storgi drainage. Drive out and see Rocket city tode'fl4! 7
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