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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 29, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
triweekly[ former 1962-]
daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
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City Enters Purchase Agreement With First Florida Utilities f:" : :

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Jubilation from customers of agreement simply meant that could run as much as $905,000 in da or within area under franchise more than par, the company Ci'y Manager Cleveland Taltnadge the rest of the ciiy." He warned '1
First Elm ida Utihtiea last night the City of TItusville will control as much as the purchase will be by the company This shall would:! reap the benefits. told water cuttomets residents not to expect an lime

met Titusville City Councll'i decision the utility systems after!' August made through utility revenue not, however, exceed $653,000. last night that the city would mediate cut after August 5, but .
to enter Into I purchase 5. certificates rather than actual Also rent of $2.000 per month The city will agree that In order not expend an appreciable reiterated the water bill depreciation "

agreement with that company, cash money. will bo paid company real ra to provide sufficient money amount of funds on the system would come after the closIng ..
effective August S. The purchase agreement lo pay the company full maximum -
tale and equipment.The except "that work which is absolutely .
would include the entire system The company will receive purchase price, It \\'lIIl.'re.ale
Ending I of consistent to operate
year operated by First Florida including $390,000 worth of face value certificates city charier provides that $1)85,000) In principal amountof ncresHry aya.trill" Den Flink, a resident of South
bargaining, as the city endeavored until the cloning which
those systems in West- and will collect $375 for certificates must be sold at pub water and newer revenue Tltusvllle, commended the council -
((0> wrest control of the water .. .
would be Loco 4-6 months '
wood Villas Westwood Manor each additional connectionand lic sale end if the certificates
and sewer are bonds In denomination of $1,000, and the city attorney for the
sewer system presently
serving Whispering Lakes, In. and Holland Homes north of the $225 for each additional water sold at/ less than par, the company bearing not more Hum 44 percent "At that time," Talmadge assured work expended on bringing; toa

dian River Heights and Lake- city limits on Old Dixie Hwy. connection within the are would accept less than par, Interest over the period of customers. "there will bea close the many monlb.'01 bargaining -

front Estates, the purchase Purchase price for the system presently served by Fiat Florl- and if the certificates sold fur 8'. years! rut In the water bills to conform .,.

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Staix4dvocate: !.

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents

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84th Year No. 91" 22 Pages Today Titusville.. Florida, Wednesday, July! 29, 19C4 ___ :5c\ Per Copy Published !Monday! Wednesday and Fridays. ;,
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Mims Youth Burned ; Fluoride Dr. DeCamp GoodCity Says.\

Council last night made

I move |o place. the .question of
t'r Remains In Critical ConditionCouncil flunrlilatlon, of' the city water

1 i f system on the.city election ballot. ..
Sept. $.
A burned bit of undershirt a City Council room wn Jammed -

HOLLEY VISITS CITY Approximately answer session. Shown above are from blackened and cracked glaas wltb the fears of the effects

thirty guests were present at HowardJohnson's left: Roy Gainer, state campaign chairman; Accepts jar and an open hood car offered of "forced1' medication ind
"mam drugging" during the public
Room" this Walt Lasobeck chairman Eight Qualify rather dramatic testimonylust
"Lamplighter morn- county ; Holley;
hearing on fluoridating the
II ing to hear Charles R. Holley, Republican Don Searle, president of the Committee of Of night that gasoline mixed city water supply .

candidate for Governor. After breakfastwas 100 of the Chamber of Commerce; and Resignation With more than three weeks still remaining in the dangerous.with a hot erglne, can prove Dr. Floyd II DeCamp, director
served Ilolley made a brief speech Walt Hasselbring, area chairman for Hoi- of Dental Health of the Florid
the three
for Hate the
which was followed by a question and ley.-S-A( Photo). Cjly( Ally. Bred qualifying council'bae drawn, eight race, candidates. on city Ronnie Hull 19-year-oM MimareiMtwt Mate Board art Health, factty put

*. U repotted in critical 4% down the erealt'." of Icrlalmt4,
Latest. ;f la qualify were Lewis L. Leonard, 92S Cleveland condition Oils afternoon at. Jest ill effects of fluorviatloq as ...
City Council last night acctpV Road prealdent of Spaceonlx, Inc. who qualified, la Parrwh Memorial Hospital, founded
In United Fund Accepts YMCA ed the resignation of A. Max District 1 (at large)" and Thorn J. Lookebaugh, 2732 Where he la aufferlng with second "There is no controversy offliiorlditlon"

Brewer as city attorney, to take Country Lan., a technician at Cape Kennedy, who qualified and third degree burns overmuch Dr. DeCamp told

effect Sept. 15, or until a replacement !In District 2 (Whispering Hllla). of his body as a result of council and the audience. "There

North Brevard Branch of YM YMCA moves into its temporary worth Secretary of the Mel can be found. a flash fire on Diamond Road at ran he no controversy because
Candidates already qualified for thai District 1
CA has been officially recognizedby headquarters In September, bourne chaplet; of YMCA. poet about 7 o'clock last night. fltiot'liUtlon has been tested lor
This will end 14 years of aiso- Include George Arnold, Millard Finch, Leonard and Dr many yean and has been proven
the United Fund and allocated The meeting marked the conclusion
Eluded to serve on the Bourd GI.nn Young. Investigation was conductedby not only beneficial to those
$3,000 toward operations of the Y's first member elation between Brewer and Cityof
of Managers were Dr Claude 0 Brevurd Deputy Tom Budge It but In Instance has It otto
effective September 1. ship drive, and according to Ray Titusville during which time for the no
coming Godwin Vernon Jansen, Herbert Qualified District 3 post are Tom Oru. Jack who ported that Hull was ap- found to be detrimental.
Vernon Jansen secretary of Wmsteud, chairman of the membership almost the entire law firmt of Larks and Lookebaugh.
Johnson Mrs. Earl Jones, linecal'
pmently attempting( to start
Dr. with sheets of
.the YMCA made the report last committee, a total of 196 Dr. Alvin Kahn, Bill Kennedy, Croflon, Brewer and Holland( Hove by pouting gasoline Into the ,DeCamp J
at dinner meeting of tha sustained members have been Qualified for the District S (Old Tltuavllle and west) verified fuels before him told of
night a
Bob Lehman, Florence Lehman, pointed aa assistant city alton i-ya poet Is Wendell Sease. carbure.iir, while his brother, 68 schools of medicine in the
entire membership at Whisper obtained representing 409 individuals I
Rita McCollum, Bert McIntosh, 'rank, ,inxlde to
served as assistant city attorr rys was trying United States, which have taste!
ing Hills Country Club. on the official rolls. John McIntosh Mildred A to draft councilman from District SJim.
McVay, in move present start It. anti enJorted fluorMatlon He
A member of the Board of Directors Some $4,500 has been received Rev Ed Norman, Rita Novotny, acting various capacities .. Pritchard got under way here this week. Prlt cited a little know fact that al

said today they were aa of July 24 1, including pledges Dr. Burdette Olson, Eleanor Olson Members of the law firm appointed chard hag not mad. It definite whether or not he will be The. carburetor apparently accredited dental colleges In the

very pleased to be recognized by totaling over $7,000. Virginia. Potts, Keith Robe- as assistant city attorney a candidate. He said he was "honored" at the thought of bark fired and started a fire At U. 8. have given their stamp of

the United Fund as one of 1U Mrs. Robert Lehman, receivedan son, Dr. O. C. Ryals, John W !Include John Starling. assistant the draft movement and said such I move would "make the time Runnle was still holdIng approval on the fluoride treat
participating agencies. The money Scruggs, Jr, Murray Swann, It difficult not to be candidate. The circulating the qumt jar of gus and ap .
I people, ment of city water supplies."Fluoridation
award for the hardest work- Gil Goiihorn, lnt-
will be:used employment city attorney, a parent/! jumped< .
Winitcad, Bill Williams and the the draft has
Ray petitions seeking cite as the main reason been tasted
ing local resident, and Bert McIntosh ant for toning doing of the
city attorney spilled
of a professional Executive secretaiy an, some gus "
Dr. W G. Young. his experience gained during the four years as a extensively for 13-20 years, Dr.
office equipment, supplies temporal chairman was board, and John Loverlng, u. on himself. The gas Ignited and
member. related In his
council DeCamp defense
and other expenses when the also recognized with an award, A Board chairman will be distant city attorney for prosecution his doming sturted to burn.
the facts
presented by Walter South- elected at the next meeting. The election la slated for September 8. prove conclusively
lie sturted running down' the that fluoridation will reduce cavities

road and into the yard of a In children as much aa OS
Rev. Boatwright house about :300 feet away, with percent ami sometimes even
Ida brother in pursuit. Honnleiell more,
and his brother began to The board of health reprittentatlve -
Will 'VisitMims tear mme burning clothes off. A briefly told of a recent
re called grant issued to the dental health
neighbor Inumidlately an
ambulance' and the sheiiff's department of the state agency
Jaycees dept to cancer study the problems of oral

Rev, Joe Bodtwrlgh of First .., ., "W behave our findings, will
Baptist Church of Mines will visit Integration Plan show that oral cancer will In part
the Moms Jaycees tomorrow originate due to broken down

night to welcome them to the teeth, broken brldgea and Ul.filii'll -

community. It la urged that all Decision Due In plates.
members attend that night, as 'Why do we say we need fluorIde
ho would like to meet each one In our water? So that our
personally, children/ will grow up nut havingthe
Tampa ThursdayBrevard serious" problems of these

Pres!.lent Ed Hudnlc says that broken down teeth and have no
plans will be formulated con- School Hoard mnv need fur Ill.fitted plates and
bars and Supt Windrow fJjrden tr"ken bridges' ," Dr. ,DeCamp
cermn* the District 9 caucus will prohably learn tomorrow In summarized.

coming up on August 9. The j.. "'..' +tt f sr r ills I'i Tampa, whether or not the proponed Anitna the large group of rest
memN-rs and thtir families are .: : integration plan for the i'enti: pretesting the fluorldatton

invlteJ to attend this caucus, county's achooli Is acceptable. to were Mr and Mrs. 1. E, Collins,-
which will be an all day fun fes the Federal Court.A Mrs, Mildred Bruner Mrs. Settle

heal plu lots of Jayceeism. The ; hearing on the pUn submitted Ctbrlla. Mrs Donald Sliiton,
ate will be at florida Wonderland ; lat Thursday to Federal vow called attention that t'ate-

] and nil Jaycee clubs within District Judge George Young, la menu from some doctor ani
llrevarct County will be present scheduled for Dam. tomorrow 'entlitu refuted the claims cf,

The Mi-na Jaycws' meeting in the I'o.toHice building In fluorklatlonMri. I
place is next to Newman Department Tampa, Siasta liked Dr. De. I
Store Mama PUza. at Camp how one could control: the, I
The "plan calls for integration \
of fluoride
T 30 p m.Zoning. ctmj'imptlun aa somechd"ren
of grades one and two this fall drank more water than

Ordinances, one through si* next fall, one other during the course of a,

Now Available ,.;- through nine In the fall of 1901 day Dr, tieCamp quickly aa-t
Maps and of all grades In the fall of cured<
Copies of the new City of Titusville '.j i to l9N7. dl'lnIII'/ ) gallon of fluoride,,
Zoning Ordinances and .. The plan bsslraltcalli for trMiit-1' water before' any harmful
Zoninj Maps are now available JJ.i: I OF children' to select the school they e'f-Ms wvild appear ''And

at the office of City Clerk Margaret ... v,"" N's'a + wit to attend en the bails of then the doctor pointed out.,
Cooper, for those desiring the one predominantly attendedby 'It's likely' the child would only
mem ten of their race or I 1M' nansiated"
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The charges for the Zoning Ordinances CHECKOUT BUILDING Largest building in the industrial portion of Engineers, and been turned over to the National Aeronautics and Space tlnscit to their home. !If one of Mrs. blsslon. ft Christian SdentlM. .

la 13.00 per copy and the Merritt Island moon launch area Is this $7.8 million Manned Spacecraft Administration The building will be used for checkout of both the two- these twit options la not taken bv asked why soma" tnuaiclpalitiet -

|1.SO for the Zoning Maps, Mr Operations and Checkout Building which has reached substantial completion man Gemini spacecraft and the three-man Apollo spacecraft. -NASA-. the children, the arhuot board had voted] ml their fhiork'q? .
under of the USAf Photo will make the IlIlgnm.nt.M lee rLUORIOI C Pate siiU
\ Cooper tUtti. supenuion Canaveral District, U. S. Army Corps of )


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2 Tlrusvllle (Florid) Star-Adveceto Wednesday, July M, "1M4
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.P' HD Club Members To Instruct Medical Self-Help. .

Artificial :Respiration Bht r City; Mrs. Edna P. Nehrenberg. -
Brevard County Home Demonstretioft the Medical Self-Help Programwas Childbirth, ,
Edna Whlllp, )f,..
Cub members who qualified initiated through the County and many other aspects of Mrs.
as Instructors far the 1*. Home Demonstrate Councils at what the Individual ned to Mildred Chesley and Mrs Mary
i S9fih Netoe And Notre hour Medical! Self-Help Course the annual meeting of the State know to survive a disaster. The E. Chapman, Eau Gallic; Mrs.
have this week received their Senior Council in July, 1903. philosophy la that a person who Marl Miller, Merritt ,
; oNprth lfrevard Harold Whitton, Port St.
< ; kits, and are busy making plans A plea was mace to the County know what to do when fared Mrs
to teach hit course In the early Clubs to hv at least a representative with disaster la more likely to John, Cocoa,
to enroll in class
all. Plan now
number from each Club act rationally.
r fourteen ladies qualified for come to take the training offered The program la interesting and nearest you. Contact any of the
mentioned above.Visits
-, ,,-- ,. this work, having been Instructed by Mr. Hamlin and be pre informative, and Is of value to instructor
''by Mr. William H. Kemlin, pared to train Club members and families In every day Uvll,. Announcement -
Church SchoolRegistration < Health Mobilization Coordinator, other women of each community of the exact time and At LakelandMr.
Florida State Board of Health, In the county places the course will be given and Mrs. O. H. Adams
Jacksonville. The instruction was The Medical Bolt.Help Program will be made later. spent Sunday at Lakeland
given at the Brevard County baa been approved by the IT. S. Home Demonstration numbers where they visited at the homo
t Agricultural Center In Cocoa, Public Health Service, the American successfully completing t the .f their sun, Bennie Adams and
'* and Mr. Louise C. Gibbons, Dir Medical Association, and course and qualifying as .Instructors family.
Is Thursday actor of the Brevard County the office/ of Civil Defense, and Is are: Mrs. George Kes-

: Civil Defense, assisted In makingthe administered by the Florida State lei, Rockledge; Mrs. Sigrld Matt- Weekend With Son
Registration for Vacation arrangement Board of Health, son, Melbourne; Mrs: Elizabeth
Church School at First Presbyterian "i Mri. Sue B. Young,, Home It covers healthful Living In Habesch and Mrs. Minnie Foley, Mr and Mrs Albert Mason

Church of Titusville will Demonstration Agent, atatea that Emergencies, Nursing Care of West Melbourne; Mrs. Lilian, rpent last weekend at the homeof
be held Thursday, July 30th, > since women are recognized aa the Sick and Injured, Transport Host and Mrs Edna Futch,
from t.30: to U a.m. The school) ;! being the, motivating force In ation of the Injured, Radioactive: Scoltsmoor; Mrs Muriel Graham their son, Capt. Richard Ma-
will be in session from August I Civil Defense in many Instances, Fallout and Shelter, Emergency and Mrs. Mary Bums, Indian' son lit Homestead A. F. Base
through 7.Classes. j K
Include kindergarten 1FIRS'

*. through junior age with nursery
for children of the staff only.
The theme for this year l la TRY
"Jesua Christ". There will he

story telling, arts and, crafts. ,
music and refreshments. YOUR FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE

Mrs. Z. P. Shaw is 'Supcrlntendept -
/ and In charge of refresh-
; mesh; Mrs J. D. Lents 'U music I IDAYS .
; dlrertiri, Mrs. Thomas Walker
will be In charge of the Nursery.
Department and teachers arc: LADIES TENNIS $1 utr I H LADIES TRICOT GOWN DACROI

Kindergarten' ;rMri.. ''Jay. iS.7Ys Compare at 1.19 COTTON BABY DOLL PJ'
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-fiw">BRIDE HONORED :: Mrs. Carl dian River Avenue. Mrs Carraway' erst., Mrs. Frank BtodgcD, Mrs Compar. at 14

fhrelkeld Jr., who was recently )married, shown serving! refreshment. to Mrs. W' E. Bright, Mrs, Edward Elf RED FOX HOSE $1

I was; feted at a Coke party-shower recentlyt Threlkeld and her mother, Mrs. Claude Te- enberg.JWnJTI.. R.g. 7ge Palr I 2 PAIR Ladies Jersey & Cot Blouses

t the home of Mrs. Sid Carraway on In. jan-(Carlson Photo). w r- MrI. Harry Belt, 'I
Superintendent; Teachers: Mrs. Compare al ..ttR.g.

Sam Beddlngfield. Mrs Lawrence LADIES HANKIES 14 FOR $1 '-----
Marler, Mrs Charles ge Each '
Bates, Mrs. Florence Webster. LADIES COTTON UNIFORM $1
town Junior Mrs. Duane Clark, i 10 Only (Soiled) loco 0' 2 for
I. I Superintendent; Teachers: Mrs, LADIES SCARFS 2 FOR $1
Andy Oharvet,*Mra. John Fraser, lteg.7ge
barbara Mrs. Philip Carlson. iJ
; Phone 267-3994 h car&ion Helpers: Barbara Ziegler SueWIIII.m. 5 Ladles Cloth 12 Pal", Ladle' Rep' UI
Only Terry
Mary Shaw, Shirley $1
ionhl l' Bosmeny, lovely young all the children (about 20)) following Albert Peterson but what will Campbell, Virginia Boyd Paula BATHING SUITS Rag. UI
daughter of Alex and Pat Bos- with balloons, noise makers probabjy please hl.lI.tenera,snore ,Conntd Linda Pat ke, Patty _e DARK COTTON SHORTS $1 I
many, 214 Hilldale Road, was and batons Following the parade, than anything i la his wonderful Brown and Kathy Selber Ladle a., 2 Pair For ? ? ,
gM.st 'of honor at a pool party the girls' opened their little store voice. It's really a, pleasure listening All of those registering on Ladies Double Seat PANTIES $1
yesterday Ifternoon celebratingher and also offered horse back rides to John sing Registration Day (July 30) will Rag. 4ge 31e Each or 3 for ? !
10th birthday. Bonnie and to their young "customers". All Andy Young, director for receive! i pin. ASST of LADIES SHORTS $1

hguesta enjoyed swimming, the items In the "store" sold for "Bye Bye Birdie", e certainty has BRA Values 2.81
playing James and I luncheon about and, from whatwe LADIES
a penny a lot of courage! Nets' ;working 2 FOR $1 +A
consisting of grilled hot dogs, hear, the children had a won Compere al 91.00
with more than 35 teenagers In
cWps"' Ice cream, cake, andetjhdy derful time.Current $1
this show, and that really takes
favors courage. But he reports everyone Prlnted Pattern dLadtes Front Hook BRA ByBIII.B.lI-Jteg.I.I
5 be take1 waa decorated' totlrrr'out is doing a good Job and the show ,\ $1 -
the them. of houeeguesta of Ed and "jlo..Outf Reg. 1.99 hrit-
\ )1001Pfrty. should be "screamingly!: : funny. Boys-Girls I Knit
u In the center of the rectegular Kit Austin, 90S Barns Ave? are There are laughs throughout the < 2 FOR $1'
cake was a girl diving Ed's parent., Mr. and Mrs. show, but one scene In particularwill MEN'S STRAW HATS float Neck-R.q.l.bs-59cor
Ida a.swimming pool. A large Thomas Quirk and melee, Anita probably have the audience 25c --
peak rose tipped each cornervjtli Quirk, of Plnehlll, N.J. The Vacationers "rolling In the aisles". VALUE $1.00 2' 32" GRASS RUGS
"Happy BJrthday Bonnie"vAltted : will spend a few weekshere x $1
In the "pool" and aurrtmded enjoying Central Florida An extra treat, for _theatre With Purchase of $1 Regular 1.19

with blue and while sights and basking In the Sun goer at this show will be entertainment A TIE atr , , ., ...
candles.Bonnie's. (Hope! they missed the rain?) before the show and between

young guests were One of their recent short excursions acts by a talented groupof A STRETCH BELT at $1 TWEED RUGS 18x27 2 FOR $1
folk singers from Eau CaJll, "
Valerie, Lynn and Meriral White. was to Anht'user.Dush Compare AI 7'1
hQrst, Barbara Mcnnlg, Mary Gardens In Tampa where they the "Talley Men". Paul Diamond,
Marsh, Cathy Claridge, Valerie saw exotic birds, tropical flowers Cliff Lederer and Andy Mchalkn O or DACRON TAN
cJdwalUder,and Laurel Carman. and plants will not only play and iihi folk COTTON PANTS $599 SHOWER $1
Another' friend, Peggy Evans wee songs, but also will render' several Regular USMEN'S
unable to attend because she was original numbers. Including) ,
visiting in Miami, but sent a "take-off's" on the 'current political
Edward and Virginia Drlggcrs, HANKIES
rQnembrance via her parents 203 Barna Ave., returned Saturday races. They organized' 12 FOR $' WASH CLOTHS 12 FOR $1
about six months and have Fruit of( The Loom
4n addition to Bonnie's birth. from Dothan, Ala., where ago' 1i Stock Up NowlMEN'S
djy, Alex and Pat were ceiebratmg they attended I the funeral of Ed'a played engagements In Miami
another ,special occasion at sister, Mrs. T. C. White Their and West Palm Beach Tills ,la
t&'lr house!, their 18th wedding son and wife Mr. and Mra. Rob something to look forward to. WORK GLOVES $I HAND TOWELS. 4 FOR $1

Mniversary. Congratulations to ert T. Driggers accompaniedthem 4ry s.t.ty Cuff Reg 1.19 1I Terrific Va use :
the Bosmeny's. on the trip. Mrs. White was ;Sd"a I
the wife of the president of T. C. John Chapman, director for CAPS
: While Trucking Co. In Dothan. the Miniature First Nlghters MEN'S $1 TERRY DISH >TOWELS4 $1
Decent: guests of Martha and Awards Night, tells us he' has R.g. 1.98 and 2.98 Fancy) FOR
Pied Salter, Old Dixie Hwy, just about worked out t the entire -
vise Fred'a sinters Mrs E. L. show and that It will be a "really
More news from out on llama f? ES
of Trenton, S.C. and Mrs. Ave. Frank ana Lucy Tomdalc's big one". Ills plana sound "spec MENS-LADIES RAINCOATS $ PLASTIC: $1
San a 2 PAIR FOR
Taylor of Edgefield, S. C, Jittle con, Ricky, celebrated his tacular and will center around Compare al 1.99 Lined
Ogrrent house guests are Mar. sixth birthday Saturday. Ricky the presentation of miniature .
&. sister, Mrs. Glen L. Brown. Oscars In eight categories as wellas 9443 '
and his party guests enjoyed playing :
awards tor several other categories MENS TIES BOYS SHe $L SHIRTS
J lift and son, Wayne of Barnwell, games and, of course, the SIZES $1 $1"
& C. The Sailer's and their delicious cake, Ice cream, pink to young )people who have 1235-2414 Regular 1.00 2 FOR Compare at 1.79
have visited various points lemonade and candy favors. performed In M.F.N. productions ... -

Seals:; In Florida during the Attending the party were Cindy this year. Printed Palters f 44): Half MEN'S STRETCH SOX
plat few weeks. and Barbie Nail, David Williams, The Miniature First Nlghtersnext Ruses! UK 14U, 1IH. 18H UNDERWEAR 3 FOR $1 BOYS $1
-. Terri Larks, Mike and Resa and last show of the season 10>t..{]4, I4H. Pis* !.H .require. : Briefs. Ath Shirts. T.Shlrll 31e Each or get 3 Pair For ,. ,
14\ yards II-I*, X!
Moses and Chris and Mark Wil
will be "The Pied Piper of
FIFTY CENTS In colas fee
'Vivacious newcomer to town Is son. Hamlin" which will use childrenof this pattern add IS eats MEN'S BRIEFS HITS
!k&s. Ann Sylvester of 2509 Lake. all ..e.. The play la scheduledfor for each patttrn for Ist-claia SHORTS 2 FOR $1 BOYS $1

view Lane, Ann and her son, Sept. II, If, 29 and 26 and mailing i to and 170 special Newspaper handling.Send Pattern : Compare '11ge Each 39c Each or pet 3 forMEN'S ,
V<er, moved to our area about Handsome bachelor 'round will be directed by Nan Wilson Dtpt, 232 West 18th Jit.,
three" weeks ago from Connect. town, John Hogan will be playing Tryouts will be held August JS at New York U,X. Y. Send SOp SHIRTS BERMUDA SNORTS
icut. Walter Is an attorney affiliated the lead In Titusville Little 7:30: p.m. In the Community for ear Catafor.Sorlnr-Summtr Includes Pattern SHe SL. $1 BOYS $1
with Jack Freed. Ann has Theatre'a production of "Bye Bye Room of CItlsens Bank. good far One free ,Pattern" ,,I Regular U9 Compare al.l.99
been a representative of Mutual Birdie" coming up this weekend.
oHImaha for 15 years aa well as John ia pretty well known to the
dealing.. In real estate. early risers since he Is the early Mf 'Ighboc' SPECIAL COMPANION ITEMS! GIGANTIC VALUES!

morning disc jockey at radio ., -
station WRMF from "sign on" lit\ LADIES Larg. Assortment
Jwo young girls In the Petty BATHING SUITS
Circle! area decided to put on a 0:30 am. CHAMBERS t V.lll. to l2.lt SALE $5 LADIES SUMMER ,PURSES $188

CQuntry Fair yesterday morning John moved to this area last 2.19
tontertain the youngsters their JEWELERS
December from Indianapolis, "
p ghborhood. Jeannie Crager "the biggest cornfield In the Jw. .i .* <*. brftw Mo* LADIES DRESSES $4
(1and) Noreen Moe ((12)) preparecj country with lights" as he describes PIKTbf PLAZA Vatu.. to '.11 SALE BOYS SPORT COATS $4
cool drinks, candies and col. it Although he had his own Seersucker It. 717 SALE
..park A..m* feu..H Sre.. ,
tatted l books and other small
radio show at a Vet's Hospital At Less Than
itmt their neighbors no longer while in college, he has worked in
wanted and arranged them in a construction most of his life. wa, ENGRAVEDWedding MATERNITY DRESSES Special Group MEN'S SLACKS $2

baane-made store. Then the girls' John made his debut on stage Shod Slack Topa / Price Valu. That You Get Only al Frtirlcbl
toured the area and told all the in the TLT production of "Rain" Invitations
cJdren( about the fair. recently as one of the Marines li'.tay+w MEN'S DACRON and COTTON SLACKS Compare at $5.99 SALE . 4.44
Barbara Moe and Sherry Len. Now, in a leading role, he Is doing

and slug I led brought an opening their horses parade over with an outstanding job portraying .. ..U at for wedding Just !looking USE OUR LAYAWAY PLANS FOR GIFTS! I I.F'

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for and Parties ..' ...._e. At AIM announce I
Banquets TOWERS meats, napkins, 211 S. HOPKINS AVENUE
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I Wednesday, July| Jf, 1M4 TthisvRU ('_W,) Slar-Advocat P.y. 3L _. .
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News Of The Scottsmoor Area : _

I Surprise" Birthday PartyBy : 1 s for s I

Met Edward KM M7-HM 4wUerf/ of Mr and Mrs C E. Clnla, are spending the week at c.ray'a Cottages was released
James Cower was given a ** ABc. rrlwnet horn lad Friday the home of his sister sad from Jets Parrwh Memorial Has
prise birthday party Friday tm a trip to New York. They family Mr and Mrs Lyle GiUenwaler \ pital rw-ently He was treated .... ...... -
evening July MUi by hit mother.Mri spent two day at the World os Huntinetoa Ave Roy I Is tor second and third degree burnsof
Gower' celebrating, his ZTtkWrtMijr fair,enjoying all that they eonld and eked whoa
the head, face,
tesriMT at
He received many see, oa at lakes away days M a FILLER STUDENT CANVAS
a pot of boiling grease that was
lovely gifts and was completely cover the whole fair They visited
T. R. Edwardsand I
and Mrs. him.
surprised. the Radio City Millie Hall and on the stave upset on
Games *f bingo and quextions the Empire State Building While children Dian. Gad, Janet end I
and answers were played. Re. therethey! stayed at the Waldorf and Rhonda, of Savannar Ga, Mr*. Betty Polk children, PAPER OrganizerColored PAPER BINDER
freshments of potato chips several Astoria Hotel, also took a cruise are new residents living In one of Jeff Les, and Cary of Fairfax I

kind. cl dip, nuts, mints, around Manhattan Island aad the new borne on Jenny Und Dr. spent last week visiting her 5 Hale Poly Wrap 5 Hale Poly Wrap Bluo Color
birthday cake and fruit punch saw the Statue of Liberty They. Rd. parents, Mr and Mrs. J.1. Kind I 500 Count Plastic Tag 300 Count 1 IV," 3 Ring
enroute and saw Washington Nylon Reinforced P
was served to the following: Mr, stopped In Lake Wales. While there,
and Mrs. Jack Allen and Timmy, D.C. rick Reg. 1.1983c Reg 79c Reg. 100
Ellery Hyatt, 13 month old son they visited Cypress Garden: and I
Mr. and Mri. Grady Sander and of Mr, and Mrs Wilson Hyatt, at The Great Masterpiece, t
Roger, Ronnie Brenda, and Lois Personal 17cCRAYON 47cBINDER 67cNo. /
Ann Sander, Bonnie and David Mrs Janet Mitchell' of Sterling 111.:
Mica, Jams and Janie Parmer, St. spent the past two week vis
Glenn Davenport, Donald Garry, Ring with her parents Mr, and .
Barbara Gilenwat! Judy Duke, Mrs Bill Mosley in Man West USE OUR GECC TIME PAYMENT PLANSINO I a

Bobby Hogan, Georgians and Virginia PAYMENTS UNTIL SEPTEMBER. :
Andy Futch and Edward Host!
S/PS Ronald G and Mrs
Uri. Curtis Futch, Mrs Lyle Mundhenk of Ft. Eenmng. Ga,
Gillenwater and Mrs. Ruhy Gower and ton John visited with his BOX I POCKETZipper
of Home Demonstration club mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Mund
attended the meeting Wednesday hetik, and family and Mrs. Ruby '
10 Pencil and Cigar Typo Box for Type Boat Seller
week. Miss Debbie ,
at the Agriculture Center 1 in Kern the past
Cocoa Mr. Futch and Mrs. Mundhcnk returned with them to I FREE Sharpener Primary Grades Carry.All Site Crayon

Gower received instruction on' Ft. Benning for an extended I Reg. 49c33c Reg 29c Reg 2Sc17c Reg 25ci7c
making a sewing basket from a visit 'I
'/< bushel basket. A workshopwill :
be held in the fall on this PFC. David R. Mundhenk 1 Is J9cBARGAINS
project. Mrs. Gillenwater attend-1 visiting with his mother and famlly !

ed the 4-H meeting In the same Mrs. Elizabeth Mundlienk _
building, electing the outstanding enroute from Denver Colo, for F
4H girl Elaine Reynolds of several werks When he returnsbe RP204 11695
Cocoa High received ,the $50 will,go overseas to Germany.Mr. ONLY
award for the best record Judy
Rickard of Satellite High received and Mrs. Charles M Proctor :' THINETTE AIR CONDITIONER
the Home Demonstration returned recently from a FOR THE GIRLS
ScholarshIp. The 4.II award ,and week's"vacation in South Florida INSTANT INSTALLATION thanks to builtin : :
Scholarship are given each yearto visiting her mother, Mrs. Annie side closure panels Sc lightweight construction
in West Palm Beach? ,
students Finnegar
the most outstanding
QUIET COOLING. .sloop undisturbed to wake : I
All 13 IID Clubs contribute to and in Miami.
I refreshed.
these awards i '
WASHABLE AIR FILTER newer needs re- "
Bonnie and Barbara Allen, Nadine, if ,Madison, West Vlr'j p'acement.' COLOR CADDY HAIR SPRAY

First Department Of Defense GENERAL ELECTRIC $ 75I I1 1 1Rtaular ,r 1, Renulo 1.41 98c t

Florida Seminar AnnouncedThe ESCORT PORTABLE TV I ONLY with eeupen 740, 7.31, 1.1-Limit 1)) \/, (ONLY with coupon 1.10, 7.31. 1.1-limit 1)) J 1

Mid.Florida and Cape Gurney will be the principal\\1
Kennedy Chapters of the Na.ti.nat KpiikcrRegistration. I

Association of Profession ,,for the seminar I! 1Q Mgr A x.1.4 rI,, .'.Coupon 1 r it /L\ i
Adminis'tralOrs will \
al:Contract and dinner Is now being accepted I neW WNhLOwtR" us, Snsh, Bseulilull JUMBOCARD RUSSER TIPPED
co-sponsor) the First Department by the Mid.Florida Chapter of '
ofaDl'fetne NAPCA at P. O Box 1161. Or .
gust 10.13 lAt the Cherry 'Plat. lando, Fla Registration for seminar I r1c
Hotel, Orlando J is Participants I
participants $20,00
75 \
$ Regular Cr4
plan for the meeting an- may bring additional fI 3 31c 19 t
nounced by Chester Kerl, presI- guests to the reception and dinner .

dent of the Mid.Florida Chapter, nn August II at a cost of (ONLY with coupon 710, 731, I l-Llmlf 11 I) (ONLY with coupon 7.30, 7.31. 1.1-llmil 1))
arid Col! Albert James: president $10.00 each.

ef.. the Cape Kennedy Chapter, ins '+I I4'' o die II JU II
include addresses by leading I 36'dhgsnaltubs' mtiturtmint tp'
1 1M'nl"
contract experts from DOD, NAS '
.* and the Air Force. 9 t r rte S S 'yol "il,, I S S "''hilt 'r J ve

will also be panel discussions
there ptcture.Me.l ,
of new DOD procure
inert, policies, and other topics of SM. J HOME PERMANENT
continuing interest to procure-
$ "'=
mtnt and contract administration 5 MSOD -
people. n. kte, r R.guter $119 Regular 69c
Some 14 eminent authoritiesor Hold the patter of sound Only $11777 3.00ONLY 1,00 ,
these subjects have accepted word*.-(II Tim. .
invitations to speak at the sem- 1:13) 22 Lbs. ( with coupon 7)0 Ml, 11-Limit l 1)) (ONLY with coupon 7.M, 1.11,1.1-Limit 1))
we refuse to allow ourselves -
to believe la
neraUvenes -
Among subject to be discuss of any kind and put our i
ed, are all phases of incentive affirmation in the goodness of
contracts value engineering( God, then we will be able to
contractor performance evalu counteract physical Ills : I
atlon and new paten: regulations through the purlfiction: of : FOR THE BOYS
the body temple.And the path
to that high estate is reverent
A reception and dinner at the BAROA1 N S
C erry Plaza Hotel on Tuesday, le 19"CENTURY
August 11. is included in the couMni
plans The Honorable Edward J.


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:..-.. "REMODELING SPECIAL" . We're' Tearing The Walls Out. Spreading (Jut. Remodeling Completely To Bring You A ITS THE FUN DEPARTMENT! IIII ':, I

And Better Belk-Lindsey. New //Wer hondise. New More To Come -
.. Bigger . Displays :

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A Fashion F he <:: :. t :>, ; f. :" .,, ':. $
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.. '.,',. .. "" '\'''". ,, .'.. ....' n..I.,....I Ir. .".'.<," ,. BRAS. . Reg. 5.95 3.97 Black and Whit.- Rtg. 79c Yard 9 Only Assorted Colurs. Keg. S 5.99 BASEBALL GLOVES Li UP TO 50% OFF Jj S

fL4.s: ) '\\r./ : Is: r'f' .." I ...: :- :'i'it Reg. 2.95 1.97 S S assortment AND of color* and stylos. DENIMS . . . . . 54c
.. :,,,ft.. 4 I.., .. ,. Stripes. and Plain Rtg. 79e Yard SPREADS . . .
4jI ''.' 1 1.00 and 2.00Now S Only I, In white. Reg. 12 99
: .. l ; ;, .4/ ,:, ':: WILD BORDER PRINTS . . 84c DERBY KING I
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J I \ ,.,!, '. '. l.r'j 1' '- FABRICADA BRA . Reg. 2.95,
.. 1 % l. ". .. ') .,'. .. 1t : SOc and 1.00 Regular 1.49 Yd.: COLONIAL COUNTERPANE . 7.00
t.' .slits. .
with Glvtabl cotton In brokan
i :;'.; f '::"'" ,'1-,-;: : ." & 3.95 . 1.97 100% COTTON PRINTS. . . 64c Full Site. Assorted.. Colors. Reg. I I.99 SKATE BOARDS NOW 199 ,

... ,. GIFT ITEMS Rtgular 99c Yd.SPRINGMAID.
0 0 l'" : .' ;' ; PANTIE GIRDLES . 10 Only Sets. of 4 COTTONS . 36c WINTHROP SPREADS . . 6.00 //1' .

... ..... ,Y' ',, \. :Broktn Famui: ::..liiti.brand: Rtg.Ivcra:: 4 4.55 tptndtx:;to 12.50!fibtr.: 3.50/> TO 8.40\ COVERED HANGERS reg. 2.00. 1.00 Rtgular SOc Yd.SPRING 3 Only, 1-twin Orange 2 full grttn Rtg. 199 VINYL COVER, FOAM RUBBER 24x72 ..w'\'\; \ )

I '. ... .". Regular I 1.00 and 10,00 COTTONSa. PRICE VIKING SPREADS . . . 5.00
"< '' WALL PLAQUES . . 4.00 & 5.00 Assorted 3 Only", Bunk Silt. Rtgultr, 7.99 BEACH PADS REG. 7,95, 399 ;
.I .. t.j/ NYLON GOWNS. . Ren. CORDUROY . . . . yd. 77c I\I!
: ... '1 \\4; 2 Only", 1 blu. 31 and 1 whit. 36. IU.VO.JJ Regular BRASS S 5.00 PLANTERS and '100 Fin Wait. U. ColorsCORDUROY. VIKING SPREADS. . . . 7.00 PERFECT FOR BEACH.. CHAISE LOUNGE. OR STATION WAGON ,
\ . 2.50 and 4.50
::<;, S . . . . yd. 88c 9 Only, -I twin, 3 full Regular 9 9.99 \ 4t

.. "I. A blond' of color' f for 'smart' looks.. ) RED HEART YARNS . . 88c PRINT COVERLETS . . 7.00 FOR MORE HEAT-BETTER LIGHT I S
: 17.99. 12.33
S. YJ. '.! p 2 only on* 12 and d on* 18. 1 Only, I FullS, S Twin Regular 9 9.99
I, ) S LIGHTERS CIGARETTE BOXES 4 4.0. Skin Rtg. 1.19
'A',I', '4"",,tH" .- 50% OFF KNITTING NEEDLES2. PRICE COLEMAN FUEL REG. 149. 99c
''f .. 2 Only, Twins. Regular 16.99
Reg. 5.99 4.64 "
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S S .. Small Mtdlum Largt. On. Group Pewter Waihtd. EMBROIDERED BATISTE . 1.64 ,

"; THAT. WE HAVE LOUNGING SET. . Vases. ., Clgartttt. Holders, Trays., Etc. BELTS . . . 10c S SOnly,
: ,: .. Ren. 14.oo 10.22 50% OFF
t lOnly., Slit 14 4 In pink. 60 'I\II
29c .nd SOc REELS %
:.. .. :. C ,RJUED.FOIJ UP u TO OFF \
.. I ;. : RALTON SPREAD . . . 5.00
Price. All The New
Styles Sot of 4 Aluminum S
i : ) ;. .U' YEARS!.' .. LOOKS BUG KILLERS . . . . 1.77 1 Twin 10.99
I,> ': CLUTCH BAGS . . STEAK PLATTERS . . 7.98 set Electronic Rtg. 3 2.99 tOni"" Regular 5 (ALSO A FEW SPINNING REELS)
: That Will Be Shown For 1 ?1i I : JUST RIGHT! 'AND Idtil .and .it economical. R K6g.. 9 Z.UU .nn with Wooden Bat. 11,: :
I 5 ,, S ALLEGRO SPREAD . . . 7.00 ,
Fall In. Black, Dark, Brown, '*... )' ,.. ,j*, ,> ,. WEARSJUTRIGHTS. ,*,..$. :. JEWELRY DEPT. PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS 1 Only, Twin Regular 14 99 .. : :' SIZES.S.U'a*' TO 10 STRAW HANDBAGS.. ,
Or Red and Brown Lizard.. Just the. right bag' for R Rea. 1 12* .99 O.WJBackTeSchool. DRAPERIES . . 'fr.. 2.00to 100&/' &. S S .. : ,f
N.8c Mo'' Odds. and ends. assorted colors and funions .
H' :
: 4.99 3.00 f
1 In Whit Some Prints. Values. 3 3.99 to 24.9S. J- 11''" &

.5.' S. ,I '. S ; ',..5;.:I, 2.99. 2.00 "CHARLEY" SEZ. .. 'f..' S

.... 2.50 1.50 STRIPE TOWELS \ \
..' ; 5 : '. HAIR DRYERS . . FAMOUS NAME ( SMEIICS AND regular :!l," I J ""I,
.5. Hand regular 1.29. . . 99c HERE"t Itj
Regular. ., $$6.99. : Famous Name With Vanity Carrying CasoReg. 1 10.99 7.77 t
.." .. Wash Cloth, regular 59c . 49c I

.. -! -"... ., Lingerie and AccessoriesFamous HOME FURNISHINGS : '.


DRESSES . . .... 2 for 6.00 : Regular 1.75. MENS SPORTSWEAR ;
.5. Wash.N-Wr. .laiy.,' C.rt.' In .slit..* 1 I t. tx and 7 t Ii 14.. Rtg.. 2." Matching In ctltri. .Is. well .as styles/tr,.../ t play, .and fun WEAR 1.25 75C SPORT COATS. Values to 29.95 . 18.00

.: Girls. Wash. ''N WearDRESSES 3 to 6x reg. 2.99 4'' . 1.77 T-SHIRTS Reg. 5.99. 3.00 REFILLS Reg. Solids., .stripes. and plaids.. Dacron and Cotton and Dacron and Wool. Slits. 31 to 44. SWIM SETS values 15.95. . 6.00

:: . . . . 2 for 10.00 7 7to 14reg.. 3.99. . .v.2.39 T-SHIRTS. Reg. 2.99. 2.00 ii( 31 Only, Famous. Namt. Medium Hi.*.
.. Dacron and: cotton blonds* In .tlztt.. 2 11 t. IM, 7 t t. 14. Values.. t to I.". T-SHIRTS Reg. 1.99. 1.50 FAMOUS NAME PRAY MIST |139 LASTEX SWIM SUITS values to 5.95 4.44

SHORTS Regular 2.50 SPORT ENSEMBLE. . Reg.. 59.95. . 49.95by Slits. 30 t t. 3 31.$
Reg. 5.99. 3.00
SUBTEEN SKIRTS. . . . 3.33 GIRLS SWIM SUITS S famous. .suit hou.... Plaid or check coat with harmonizing .solid .slacks. Not All 51..... NYLON PARKAS . Reg. 5.99 . 3.77
: Mad. of laiy., Car, Cotton Bltnds.. Slits... I to 14.. Valuts. t to 7.99 SKIRTS. Reg. 5.99.. 3.00 Sllpovtr .style, .solid colors. Slits. S IM.L., .

SHADES R Rc ular 2.25. WALK SHORTS . values to 7.95. . 4.44
SUBTEEN DRESSES . . . 5.00 Group 1 3to6xReg3.19. ., 2.44 CLEARANCE OF FAMOUS NAME All Pttttrns. and Colors. Slits. 3 36* I t. 42.WALKSHORTS&SHIRTSETS.
: 2 Only", .sli.. 10. For dress. .. *r back. .to-school. war.* Vtluts'. t t. 1.99 4.19 BOTANY DRESS SLACKS. 8.95. value 2 pr. 12.00
S :S Reg. \ Reg.. 15.00 10.00
Reg. 5.50. 4.44 SWIM SUITS \ MONTAG STATIC ERY-72 SHEETS Dacron .and Rayon., Plain or pltattd. Sizes. 2 21$ to 42. Slits. .S. M. L.. ,

SUBTEEN BLOUSES . . . 2.00 .. . 3FOR1 '
6.50 5.44 Names you know and love Figure flattering designs' In two. 36 ENVELOPES. Regular 1.00 WALK SHORTS . . . . . 1.00
: Prints, .stripes. and .solids.. Slits... I to 14. Valuts. to 3 35.99 Reg. ,pitce, one piece, blouton' .styles.. _\ __
.Batik. Patttrn. Sites. 29 I t. 32 Only.,.

GIRLS HATS . . . .each lOc Group II II7 to 14- Reg. 5.19.. 4.44 GROUP I 1-40% OFF \ BUBBLE BATH-,. LIQUID OR POWDER. CASUAL SLACKS . values to 5.99 . 2.00 NYLON KNIT NECKTIES, solid colors, reg.. 1.50 77c

: Wtll mad of Imported .straw. 2 only", rtgular 2 299., S Reg. 6.50 5.44 GROUP. II II-values to 15.98 8.98 \ 69 Odds. and,,::1 ends.. Cotton, Dacron and Cotton. Broken 51.....
values to 19.98 11.98 Regular 1.00 MEN'S' DEPARTMENTBOYS
Reg. 9.98 7.44 _
; CHILDRENS SOCKS. . '. . 25c 5 values to 26.00 13.98
: Colors for b.ck.to-.chool t In popular .slits. of 7 t t. t and: t to 11. ", Reg. 8.50. 6.44
.. Values.. to 7 79c c pair.. S Reg.4.19..3.44. SKIRT AND BLOUSE SETS . 5.00 MAX FACTOR MENS SPORT SHIRTSGROUP
'Broktn .slits..., values. to 7.91
: Reg. 3.19. 2.44 ONCE. A. YEAR 1-100% Cotton, mostly, plaids. SPORT COATS
: INFANT SHIRTS. . ... . 1.00 S COTTON BERMUDA SHORTS 4.19 Regular collar .style., S S.M.L.. Solids., ,strlpts' .and,plaUt.: Dacron and Cotton. Slits. I to 1 II$ Regulars,. .and Slims- I
Boys and Girl.. Pink, Ytllow. and Blot.. Valuta.. I t. 3 2.99 Values. to 199STRIPE 2 for 3.00
VACATION SPECIAL Regular 10.99. . . 8.00
,Group II 111-I Subteen 8.14 4 Reg.. 12.98 8.88 8
BERMUDA SHORTS . 3.59 Regular 12.99 . 10.00.
: BOXED> HANKIES. . . 4 4for25c Values. t. !5.55CHINO. GROUP II-R.g. and Ivy, Stylts,' ., assorted color.. Regular 15.99 . 12.00
2 Only", hand prlnttd In floral dttign.' Rtg. 4 for 1 1.00.. S SHEE GENIUS HI-FI FLUID FOUNDATION and:! Pattern* S I.M.L.XL.
: SLIM JIMS . . . 1.50 2 2for 5.00 I
GIRLS SHORTS Plaids, Sizes. I to 16 .'
: GIRLS SHIFTS S 5 Group ,
With Large Stltctlon. .0 f colors and .slits. ._ SKIRTS. . . . 1.00 DEPARTMENT PAN CAKE( MAKEUP GROUP Ill-Famous. name Shirts., rtgular and Ivy, .styles,, ., ,4'
a matching pantitt. Mtdt for the hot ahtad. SWIM SUITS. . 1.99
days BOYS . . . .
.Broken. sites.. Reg. 2 2.55 ______________ ) mostly. medium sIze...
: Sizcs3to 3 6x Reg. 2.99 . 1.77 Sizes 3 to 6x reg. 1.00 67c S $ Values to 6.95 3.00 & 4.00 Nylon Stretch Styles., Reg. 2 2.1 49.'
Sizes SLIM JIM SETS. . . . 12.00 EACH $100
7 to 14 3.99 .
; Reg. 2.39 5.00
7 7to14-reg.2.99 . 2.00 3 Only, Values. .. t to 17." BOYS BLUE JEANS . . . . 3 3pair

: 7 to 14 reg 1.99. 1.44 1 RACK SUMMER DRESSES .- GROUP IV-High .style, Ivy, button, down Country, Sizes.I t te II 'regular"and Slim. Sturdy DH-Ol., Denim. S
; BABY MATTRESS . . . 6.00 50% OFF Muslin LHk. I.M.L :
Reduced 'In Tim. for Your Vacation.. .
1 tOni"", ,slightly, damagtd. Rtgular to.":' Reg.. 3.99 . . 2.99 BOYS DEPARTMENT

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Pate TMvtvKte (Florlaa. ) Star-AoVecerS Wednesday, July 2f, M4 .-

. Letters From Our Readers Highlands Win I PUBLIC> NOTICES

Hope HOMO tavod lost Good Man -- .

Editor: : Editor: District Title Dr 'nix cjacijry' COtTOT ow yoow tit TmB CTKCITT cower or rmHI lie TIeR!: CIRCUIT COCKT Or TNt IN lift COITNTT JtJIXTRgCOPRT Hf Tint CIRCTTTT COURT Of TH
jrowt tertianMy husband's anide complaints of various JacksonvllMi Highlands, the IV CHANCH.KY: NO. 2IWS5AtmtltAN I CHANCEHT NO ISTTJHOTICB IN RSCt ESTATE OrOEDTRITUBI CNANCEBT NO 2MiMMOTICSt

worked at nit-pickers against Senator Par team that ttafeated. TltuavilleS : III VINO SAVIHO tmirir. It r assertIoN M. ALFOltD, fir mist yen BIYOSCE
father Karrjr HANK: s New Yirk earoraUonPlaintiff. rouM 5E115115itoe If! RII! ADOPTION OF J- BStOWNINOALBERTA .
ttioTDuinmltt: Groves wbroi he rish and annexjlon .0, romped ovor Merrill Is- Ur"TMp"l\ :' i I STEVEN RAMON CARO: j .IU'OW ALFORDVBCKAfltlO aLP Plnle I
Both wrf cad I received V" : CHIU8TINH ELLEN!: ROHB CAROl
first fame to Florida !I. 1M7 We any land the Brevard County WILLIAM ,RNKR DELTHFR a.4 EAU MAHrMK fclCKI.SCT DAVID ALAN CAHO, and y.45'rIcW OF rsuMHTr 1 VT "; ;vrvl

wow pleased to see the marker, printed cards atkmg our wishesIn Little League Champions and I end UlxtKTA h.JAJRRI: BKU HK.H MIser (1550o TIMOTHY JOSEPH OAKO. ackaora.1 TO AL4. PKRBONII IIfTh.RKTEDIN mtt"
this matter If that is dictator UK vita. H al. TO: AI.&KRT CARL BPCKLETtl : SIT, stOatJCMT: F WII:_"",. Iketf TUB ESTATE OF SAIl DUC-' TO: ALBERTA W BROW ( <
but saddened when we drove In I at... Its. area champions I-| in ..... Notoxol P*._ of aCglM.iai Stoifothor.. PI':1'ITIOIIIIIR.!: 'NOES?, I' OoiMer. Weot VlnrloJ ..
ship then let s have more of It eiEk's Koruat ..rK uss.an T patrtae Stockier a<* Sl.reaif 1'0: "It. ZELIe RAW CASOWho. sos 6Ifled Too are tOM SC.ai.t
ind saw the condition of the Cocoe .tot* nrjht for Hi* Di> <,1.KM Ie HKKBH CIVKM tMaano ........,. MkMr Cl..... ... issad..u, 50 t'oh..es ,. plfllOrSisl. -

most Interesting old house. We I refuse to belIeve' that we are trlct 2 tttl.Highlands* this "" ..."."t to thy Pleat Decreeif Too) sow ............ .aoanM ohM S :5101 wOe sod 0555omos I flle ageraet TO,, sod re> or" .
the only people to receive such r'<'re''o 1 ,urn and Dal. entered InIhf Ton will she nolle that PETER Petition baa been filed IL I booboo.slyI.d tba loot will and I 0".ment quired 1 to eerve a copy
were' Informed by the NASA will advance to I I lima penrilia In lbs Circuit BKNFDICT TIBKHAR!: baa filed I I. I Court by Robert F Wehbei .d oecond codici to the An.wer or Pleading I to th" Complaint
who drove In whi'e'! were cards, but I do believe that we COurt la 0.041! far Hrvvanl tba office of the tlerk nf the aknvo"tinnied fir tbe adoption. nf giema) Rama I.t and Mid da an the Plaintiff .lon.y.
Len. have lost the services of an excellent the state townianMat at St. norM., Cow Potkrl Ke. 2HO5;' 'lYIwlU Court hla Petition to a..noiKATHLKKV Carol CltrltUae Elba: Soon Carol wil.. been. admitted to "'0'1 A. J. HOMEMANN. JaU F. .
there, that the house mm* be Petersburg, August t. Mil tl 4bh.' Ul *<..l to lb. : PATSilCK BDCKLnfYnd I Datrtd. Ala* Caro; mil TlmeUiy onto a* Ibis o.J Y.I am herekvconaeanaX r.S; .Marrltt ...< r"la and fIle
public servant .li>.. ..,1 I hl"kM ItId,1Ior lor cub 5,.. ;) KARKN MASINB "l'e"LXV. Jearah Oara. nvtnnra, by the Petit calearfarpublication I tke orlstaal. f Pleading
Moved. In a very shod Mine nr it Senior Division State Tournament two,'. the buun at eleven oiloik minor children .lower. Robert F. Webber. and you monlbs from tao dal. of the 501.1 In the office of the Clerk of the
will be torn down E Wylie tn Ihn fnrraoan ind two clack In 1 Tou are herewith notified that the era requIred to aerva a copy ot of this notice to eppearyou'coY Clrc..1 Court on or before the 7th
will b. bud In Orlando th outternoonno lb. ramAn.wer. or Objection, I. Anguat 1964 If you fell loU
Box 504, IRC 17th day of MM Petition haa been ..I by the lo .nowteuae Court and slow IS soy
on Tinkor Flald beginning AuitUHt. Al). 1904 at the front door Court for bearlns at OiO: eot 1 am Interested la Florida hia- of thn tlrrvard Counly CourthniM In the A.M., on the :M dey of Ausu be (rante<. on the atlorneye. tar Court h> odsnMtln. e.M wIN to Pro- ao-alnat you for r..<.-
tory especially af this Indian Caution Hooded 'fJwr....'. I. TltutvUla. )'lwl 4.ncrlbr4 real *rx' rlrL : Hau.e" In lbs Clly of Tlluavllla. Box OII. Tltuavllla. Florlda. 8270(1( Virgil B ConkllngCounly DONE: AND Tllua.vllle .
River arH. This house with its Editor: ,..< II. shock n tH>V.K OAR Florida. and you are herewith not and file the orlvlnal In lbs offlc. Ju Ige. BrevardCounty Florida. thIn IIlb day of July
sides ssclsM. II-JCTlof: 11.1, accord !seine. S ooppnor0140howc&u 50. If of the clerk of the Circuit Court on Florida 1064.
copper roof and octagonal During the past three weeks of Inn ta "tint thorraf .. twnrlnl any you m.y have why the prayer or brfore. Amu14. 1964. Flrot Pvollcatlon eni July S, IM4J m Roese' Clerk.
teems to me a fascinating' his. traveling the road from Whispering Citizens Bank In Hnr.riU lint Honk if 12 liravnrd. p.l.. 69 County Publla *of r. sold. Petition ihoutd not be"ted eonfeara Herein Fall will Not 5 ssntsrs or a decree 4 afaboet'W1YNEPs pro ...ZS. B |He4.> SS64IN Cowt FterMaByl BrerardCiwaly .

toned attraction that sbduld be Hills to the Whispering Hills H"MitaCwlii. thla 2nth d.y of July, utile ) AHce M MeMVirgoaIWDtxy
!: my hand and tha .... tNt cinrriT ? TNt515TH
R, llnrmrtt at Tltu.vllle. Florid. COU Clark
preserved I have your TStn Anniversary School, I have witnessed several lurk of ik. circuIt CoorS. CIHTIS R, BARNESClerh of aald Court In Tltuavllle Brevard ClH'. ,. ROOD .

Edition with the description near accidents at the corner of Beals ScollsmoorCitizens tiy: V. 8. RunnimDrp Hrevard. Circuit County Court FlorldaByi July County, 1964 Florida, thla 14th day of AND FLORIDACHANCERY FOR ( 16 22. 29 (Wed) 1964
tty < It rk
of It, so I feel that you Lane Ave. and Smith Dr Lane KRAI OP TMsj cisici? oornT) V. It Bp.nsler Curti. n Barnea NO. 2STW

.f Brevard County must have a Bank defeated Scotia- Jsiiy 20 (Wsd.5 1514.RlsTIfi Deputy Clerk C. It. BAKNktf In roo: Adoption ofDAVID lf! THE CIRCUIT OTr OIm
Ave. Is a top street while Smith (COl'RT flKAH!': ) Clerk of tha Circuit Court BRIAN FRATUS. s Hlnn NINTH UD '

feeling for It. Dr. II a through street The moor 6.1 last night In the City's MOORE and AMARI By Allis M. Ma.ter.on by DONALD ROBERT LPORTI AND FOK HRKVABD COUNTY
OtV TA Attorney, at Law DepUly Clerk and RUTH FLORIDA
In Martin County the prcservatlon children) traveling Lane Ave. to Fast Pitch Softball league behind HMINIF'K run ;:)1'I'II r. P. .U. rfox Jll (Court SpoIl' PORTE. hu.band and wife' CRANC.Rt. 26RI
of their old House of Kef the school, on their bikes, very the one hit pitching of Al :N/In.. lilA-omllnnc|
uge has led to a new Museum seldom stop and look. This Is a Lonoue Lwa of rt.,*l.. ArIa at U41, tO.uodor.Ignrtl a 11 1064 P. O Box KMTltuavllle ADOPTION and DALE LEIGH
will r.lo'er with thi July 22 20 Au,. 5. 13 (Wed.) 1M4 Florida S27SO TOi MARIE FRATUD natural ILAKI
being bwilt nearby and tlwus! very dangerous situation and I Lanoue had a no hitter going Clark if the eircult Court In Brvm .. By /Kenneth. B Morton .oU. at David Brian Fret- NOTICE JINOUS
ands of victors The county sid "wintr. Klarlta. uiHin mo.ipI' IN THE nllCt'IT COl RT or THE: A Member. of trie Firm .a. Re.Menee I I. unknown TOo RAYMOND BLAKE .
would like (o see the Stop atreet into the seventh iruing, then one .f Seoul at aubll' <-vUou at Ibllolio NINTH JLPICIA; CIRCl'IT OK July 13. 12 211 Aut. a IW.d.) UM. ,sot. reel. la.b.

ed them in the beginning but I reversed or It this is not feasible hit and en error took his no-hit *. U,. folknrlnf tIt5ooasw FLORIDA. IN' AND FOR BRE. tand who.e lot known place Ka.t known Sod Street leooe, 162
.. ....llCat: .*. CaMwral' YARD COt'NTT IN THE CIRCUIT COrN OF THE of reotileeica woo WeymouthMeraertiHoetti Cleveland.
believe they are now make this i four way stop and shutout C .II. Radio rt"h" and '.Cap* Can IN CHANCERY NO. 20823 NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN )1. ,
Club Inc.. un. .ON JOHN FHATUS of
Icijt) Children do forget to look so dir which I am engaitd In buatnaai TOrtiff; FLORIDA saId Maria .. bu.ba.net Iha a Petition far Adoption .

1 am always sorry to see r-t- remember drivers look out for Citizen Bank picked up two at ('n_. Florilo, ami. tkal Ut, v.. CHANCERY NO. 15772N,9iR Oral moUier ot Devil Brian father boo been filed In
undnmlirtwl la tb aaly swaon !.. lIED n. JOlt NSON. 0'nalo Circuit crt, of the Ninth. Judicial
Ics of our Florida history des these children on their way to the rum In fifth inning on a tingle tvmiin f In aalil' b KIIIKMDal Defendant IN RE: ADOPTION Or Circuit, for Brevard Cnnntv.
Wboee I.
this house I at Coron Kl(,rl la. thla 20th 'Tirr: or m ir RHONDA ClArLE lANDERS J..Mone Unknown Florida. by LEON C. HUMMEL, for
troyed. I do hope can school Although school Is out by Dave Rogers and Paul Haus day of July A. D 1M4I TO: PRESS t>.. JOHNRON a minor. tend ... known place tho adoption 01 the ahoy oamrdminis.

be saved summer recreation is In session ton, Ronnie Boyd single nou.ton' .- ). W, QrlrYIn' AIRMAN KIKST CLAHR' BYI JAMES!: Co MALI.ORY. of re.Memee .. Maine mateprlnon .ntiiled to RnAdopllom
luI, '2. 211, 4... I. 1] (W".) 1M<. t NITKI!': ) ITATII.8 AIR her Strpfasbsr I'ITITIONER.!: Tom.'loa. Maine)I WILLIAM EDWARD BLASE
Bessie W. DuBols and the children are more anxious doubled then Rogers singl FOR'E TO: ICR JIInI!: !: 8ANDERIt. IR. JOHN I father ofPamela DALE LEIGH BLAKE : :
49 OMH BOX 171) cio Honurobl Jeus Sand.ra, Anne Frlu.; Wbo. and you aa natural father -D:
Jupiter to get to school for all the fun. cd Into left field. 1"11'1'11'01" '4 \'lE: OHINll Alit FORCE BASE ... Be.ld'lc I. Ilkno"n; above aiuoed minor ., .
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN MAINR' AII HERItIY NOTIFIEDthat hereky. oomnun'led to be en* .
Mrs Thomas L. Powell Final two In the ) Bamp.on Alabama
runs came HoLlow .la booby .lv.n tk,t I .InIrnil NOTICE I. hereby riwn ttiat tha You are hereby notified that a have lh .bov-n.me petlllonera pear In the above named Coul.aD
sixth after one man walked, an l. rril.tee. wllk llw Clark ..rIhe Plaintiff' MARIA PAZ JOHNSON. Petition has been filed In the .bovelIyled atyled rll.1 plLo.. edoptlon thoohove.of the Courthouse In .. FlorIda .
Crucial Times eircilt Court of Urnvard hi. filed ber ault for Divorce. oua Court by Jump C. Mallory on the 7th day of Auguit 1IM4.
Word For the minor ehlM naened Ihe.el..nd .
Barry other singled and Lanoue doubled. County. ..11I.hlo. Ihf flclllloua narnn bOy of tile mInor children and other for the aitoHloo ot Khon.. Oarle lo .how ou. why .aid Petition
reeutred .hew
Editor: Editor: -LAKIf' HBALTr" lkm4t wtlch tt-Hef again, the DrCrSlOnl FKKDB andera. a minor. by the PM"........ ) are soma should 1 not be xr.nt onarnwhy II.d by.. ( C. HUM M It .
I "."n,1, !. earry tm my Malaria. JOHNSON In the Circuit Court Jamea C. Mallory. sad atep father mold
yasir required -
These crucial times we are .d b ysrv lo. a copy 01 writ- cbll"n
are Isn't it quite obvious that the Citizen picked up six runs a tow bio la Ute l Iowa of melds. In and for Hrev.nl County Flollla to verve" a copy of your ten ,defeneeo eav upon WILLIAM should not ba granted
enduring Time for conscientious .ftor AIIIIU' IX IKMV10I Tao abbreviated tills la JOHN. An.wer Objection to abowcau.a I Herein fall not or tke .lleg.tlona
: C. Attorney for Pet
people In this country most out. on five hits, while Seottsmoor ,KT M LA KIN SON v. KN.lIfON.h hr..I JVUIJon abauld not IUon_. 8'RVLI. Atlantic Avenue. of mid Petition ahall be taken aa
Americans of all walks of life to spoken in opposition to Barry scored one run on one hit. b> 'l,M<.1 real Maa. krafcor 3Ofnsdsnt 0 requIred to fits be graatcS, oa tim attamare for Cocoa Beech Florida. and by flllnc confened bv you nod D. Pro
meditate for the choice of their luly 3D. AUK a. tl. 59 Wed.) 114NOTK his, Answer with the llerk: of th. Petitioner, Mor.n a.: Morton P O. the nrldnel towreef with the Clerkof Cont e..oestp red ..In. you fO
Gold water's nomination are the ------ .---- -- Circuit Court and Ionorvascopy Ron OIlS, Tltuavllle I Florida BITS, the Cowt. the relief prayed f ,
Ifetime In making our choice K OP I'ITr.1TIO'l f> thereof upon the Plaintiff Attorney end file the origin.I I In the office of Florida. C before the Tllu.vle., DONE AND ORDERED TiltVlile.iIreVOrdC000L3 ,.-
for disappointed aspirants to that Titusville Giants KFIllKII KieilriOl, VtMM no Inter than Auajum 21, 1U64 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on of Aeiu.l 1864 ',, a, thiS
we.must put aside selfishness position? They and the politiciansof la MtniiUaaM. with House Kill Il'OURTALI!: ) or .before 4.....' 1084Hemln Herein FaM Not. or a pro eih day of July 1M4Curtla F.d

the purpose of aeU convenienceand Edge Felsmere 10,. lIla {'h.p... Number lOOM Curlla R BtrnnClerk Fell Jo a decra *nMnfauu confea.0 m+r be entered d.cr..(..In.1o R. Baraeo
European countries who have i.owo of Flo'd.' Acl. of 1941. Iho of the Circuit Court will entered analaal fT.ntliiK bold adoption Clerk of the Circuit Court
choose the right path for ourfuture for many years been the benefic .n*>r.i.nr generations The Founding Titusville Giants' picked up Clwtt ef tkM Circuit CoorS In lira Deputy Clerk WITNF:81 my hand and the seal of thin Court at Tltuavllle Irenrd Deputy ClerkM(0WARI
iartes of Uncle Sam sometimes .ar4 CauMy. Fiwida. (Court
< ('a raanlptKwd STEPHEN B. MAGYAR of C0.1 la Tltuavllle leonard couoty.r.roda. IbIs Tik ea|"
Fathers of this Country of ours foolish generosity Isn't it two runs in the second Inning ., .5.reef. .f ..1>....11.. .f thu. Attorney tar Plaintiff County. Flrda tkla 14th day July 19(14( i ) WARREN
easy null .. ttoe ta,51oW1t Ihol\llIou. July W4C o CURTIS ATTORNEY FOR
and survived late rallies 84S N fttainolla AvenueOlsfllo R BARNES. CLERK PETITIONER
made a choice: of building a nation to figure out why both groups inning now. 'O.ltl Moon D.lve-In ( Flurl:U R. BABNES OF THE CIRCl'IT COURT I It Na Atlantlo Ave

In which we have lived and have few kind words for to edge Felsmere 2-1 Sunday at. 'Tb oobraun doe whIch wo or. ro- July 22 28. A.... I. 12 (CWed) 1964. Clerk of the Circuit Court BY: AMos M Maater.on i Coma 8..h. FlorId,
Barry? In boot n.au S Rt 50 Indian By Alice M. MaateraonPeauty Deputy Clerk July S. 22. 29 'W.d.1) 19.4
prospered under one God. with Maybe it'll be true that Gold. trrnoon Sty HmrtSm, sod Ui.l lb.uodrralisvl in TUB: couirrr itmoira Clink (Court Seal)
guaranteed: "freedom of choice"not water will sweep the country In Joe Lee Smith was tne team's In Ml 1tI I hunlnoH, FLORIDA ) Attorney IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB

'choice of freedom' nor November ss some predict leading Utter with two single 27th n...lay... at W TlKMyllla'olv. A. l>.n..lda.1184. this IN NO.-' RE: EsTATE! OF EVELYN All MORAN ororyo*.for MORTON Petitioner Cocoa 820 North Beach..Florl.IUoner,Av.n. NINTH; 8RrgAHUEVRI 1'0111. CIRCfIT COUNTY. IN'

freedom by license". George T. in four times at the plate while ll.ki<.r. L llaruMt COLLISH tBOWPLL ../..k/. P. o nox BIKI Florida "7SO July I. IS 12. 28 (W.d.1 1964
roost". BurtlMI Tlu.vle. ChANCERY NO. 2S87SMrTIf
Kyelyn Backer Crowelt
Our founders established a system Edward Marlon, third basemanand July lO. Au,. a. it. n (W.d.1) 1114. DereaaedvoTiric ly Keelll B. Morton .P Tl

which was designed to per. Local Teacher FIrtch Portlock left fielder, : or FILINO rr-TiTiox 15 A. Mo.. Auf of the 6 tWel FIrm) 1964 IN TII CIRCUIT COURT OF THE GLORIA GRACE "Fs'r "*
3uy! '
%.111'C'I" SIP I'ITr..TIOTO; oust rlNtl l>l"ril \K mil' each individual to develop Completes USF l led most of the defcn lvp.thal'ges. 11..U.Tt:1I: I'll 1'1'r101" A\lK AUMINI4THATOK IN THE CIHCt'IT COl'KT nf AND FOR BRbVARD COUNTY tlht11
talents In rm"lllIanen with Hou.e 11111 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON. ( nll' FLORIDA WALTER B. JR..
his God
mid utilize 10DOKINS.
-given No. 1175 ('h.iier Numbor mats CERN: : CHANCERY NO. 2ST0 INtendant
with maximum freedom of Science Institute Winning pitcher for the Gknts L.... ., Florl,la. Acts of 19 ,u..d. will reilnler with the filed my final rnturn.an Anmlnlntralor IN PAMIL. ANNH FU.UI. I 47 Orepevlne toad
choice and a collateral personal Isaiah Russell Jr. Titusville was Pop Murray. tl,'rk if the Iroult Court In lire of II'. Potato. of F\'KLVNCOLLIVrT lHANl'hR 2:1 DONALD LePORTF Levlttown.
varl L.unly, .I..hl. upon rorItof tBOWBIJ. IIkEv.. AMERICAN IRVINO set KITH! JEANNItB. l'eID.ylnDI. I
responsibility for the results of and 40 other teachers return today The Giants play Ormonl i roof of pill llu.tlon nf this alvn Rockey Crowell Hvreaaed. : BANK: a New York 0..1.1.8AYIO. lPRYE. nueband and wtfe. complaint Notice I la for hereby divorce Ivan' thai a.

his choices, the risk of making Beach on the Gibson Hii.li school splIce 55. roilowuno fictitIousp.m. that I have flIed. any PottUoa rar p.Llloner.. eiili.i, baa been filed
July 29) from three va. you by the plaintiff in
( ) a day .. to wit: "Ol},le Kplnnln Wheel. Final Dl.rh.rie and that I will JkOTICF OF auove the
wrong choices being the price excursion through the Ever- field Sunday.Nazarene. Yarn "'hlll'po"| un,ler whl,'h I am apply to tba Huaorable VirgIl B. (1LAB LYNN WOOER and KKIMIITION hereby aiyled cous,00,l you are
ennaired In btlrtnea. at TMa.vlll Cankllni. County Ju,!.. of Bra PATRIcIA ANN WOOER bl. wife. TO: MARIE FRATU8. natural I mo. required to aerve n copy of
paid for freedom Freedom to gludcs to complete work In aevenweek Fl 'ride, sod I that: 55',. usd.r.inoiIi iI. I vied County, Florlila on tha loth and IRVIN I. DAL.1 and .pItAN then of f.inela Anne Fratua. yoorano William Wer Woo,and pleading upon J.
choose, wisely or unwisely, was the only .per...n Inlereated In .aid day of August. A. D IW4 for ap CkU DALE hIs .11. Who.. Re.ldence la Unknown, 1 .l.on. P. o Boo 1175
Summer Biology Institute Wins Over b....."."". me and for final. DrfeiMlento. land who. l.it known nlaoeat 1.1 Oaile. 'Iorla. attorniy for
to be restricted only to the extent at the University of South D.lod ot 'Tilu.Vltlo FlorIda thIs Srh.r.f aa knlnlntr.tor of thaFatate tlMtKN M>TM'K SOP fttlr, realdence waa a/eyntouth. II. Ile the orlflnal
Central 27 day cI JUly. A. U 1004.I. of FVKLTN COLLINS NOTICE ID tlLHEUY GIVEN Me..achuMtt.): fi"w/T Oi' pleadIng' | the Offlo. of
could not be used to Baptist Clerk
that it Florida. ."\.I'ne H. RorOenJtIy (ROWELL, a/h/a Evelyn Hotkey that purauant to the Final Decree JOHN FRATl''9. htumand Tltuavllle of the Circuit Court a*
ti espass on the right of some oth. 211. Ai .. 6If 12, 18 IW.d I 19114.I CrowdS DMeaead of Foreclo.ure and Sale enlerel, In saId Marie Fratua. the n.o Brevard County llorlla.
The teachers who come from Nazarene defeated Central Intel this the 8th day of July the cauae pen,line; In the Circuit .ral mother of Pamela Anne on or before the UOlh flay of Au.UKt.
er person to choose freely It is AD 1964 teurt In and fir County FraluatVhoae. 1964 If you full to do .0. a Decree
14 states and Puerto have B.vr
Rico Baptist of Indian River 14.3Saturday FlorIda. Cane D Pro Can/woo Hill on .
City /., Frank" M Wnlfe IJ. I R..h.nc. la Unknown .k. .an.'
a wry delicate situation; let usbeAatiimal been spending the summer at '. I have real I FRANK M WOLF. Admin will soil at public auction Und 10' known place you for tb. rellrf dominoed .
and mature not 1mpuwivo evening during competition you estateto IMrvnr of the bitale. of bent ont I Ills!,... bl,I,ler for caHhbetween 1 of reallenqa waa Maine Stale complaint
USF getting advanced trainingin In the city sponsored EVELYN COI.LIN 1.HOW. the bouts of eleven o'cli,ck Pi..on. Thomaaton )) Thla notice ahal' ba p il,1lime4
emotional and extreme- silence and being brought EL.Lk/. velyn Hotkey In the forenoon and two clock In JOHN Dh. natural I M.lnel once a week tu'n four ci, ,itive
up- slow.pitch church Softball league sell, or if you are (Crowell Der..wda the ntirreos on the 17lh dO nf Pamela ADD Fratua. Whom week. In the riluevllle Star.-Advocate .
'Coercive todate on the latest biological Sand Point.Winning / / Frank M. Wolfe Auf,l.t A. D. 1M4 at the "..hl .
of the Hrevarl county lurthouae TOO ARE UERKBY Done soul I Ordered
JJo one likes to think himself 'RANK M WOLFR NOTIFIED al Tltuavllle
research pitcher was John looking for choice real Attorney at Law In Tlunle. Florl la. the followlnn that the ... .. petitioners Florida thIs StIll day of July 1M4
as.n "extremist". The extremes The institute which Is being P. O. lbs TST .. property, kayo filed a petition In the above Curtla R. Huron
Carter Cocoa Beach Florida Lot. 15. Hlo' ,'k A. SHERWOOD alyled Court for lbs adoption of thachll (lerk of the circuit Conrt
injlicfle crucial times being supported by a $44009 grant Nazarene scored five In estate use our classified July 15 22 88 Aus a (Wed 1984 PARK SECTION: H. a,'Lordln* mInor ,I named therein and you By V. 8. MiienslerDeputy, '
capitalism, on one hand with runs to plat thereof recorded In ace roqulrod 10 .5.0 onua. 'h:' lbs Clerk
from the National Science the first one in the second four IN THB CIRCUIT COt'RT OF THUS Plat nook IS. pace .. of the .m. .hould nol ho graetsd by (COURT BHhAL)
fra., competitive private enter Foundation began June 15 and columns NINTH JtDICIAL' CIRCtlT IN Puella Reeoree e BreverdCounly aervlno; a copy ot you Wrltlen de- J. William Wood.00))
in the third one in the fourth Firlla.Corli. If Attorney for Plaintiff
prtto, and socialism on the oth. will end this weekend und throe in the fifth YARD FLORIDACHANCRRY R Harneetlerk "m. Attorney for I II o:: P O. Box 1175Fau
er;:with political ownership or NO :2RT4JCHAKLOTTB of the Circuit Courtly Atlantic Avenue. Oallle. Florida
The field trip to the Everglades ----------- O COX, I V. 8. Spunilrr Beach, Florlda, and by fIllet July 211. Au.. 5. U. 19 IWed.1 1M4
cofjrol 01( the means of production and Florida Keys is the 1 FtotnhlTe Deputy C'lork orllol I thereof wil the Clerk of
Some prefer a middle lust major Item on the institute CITY OF TITUSVILLE KARL O. COX. July .8 I We,I.) 1WJ4 ida. en or before I"n..vle. ."Ior NINTH JIDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
core, thinking to show breadthof O.I.nl.nt Auguel 1M4Heneln THE STATE Of FIXHI1' IN
program which also included TO: EARL O COJC who a re.l- IN Tilt ('IRCIlT COl'HT OF THE Fall Not. .a der. pro AND FOR BRbVARU COUNTY
wind by taking so they say guest lectures by Dr. V. Elving "ilenc la 4u iutb. SIb flirt*!. NINTH JtUlCIAL f'IRCl'IT. IN oonfea.0 may be eter.d ....Indo IN CHANCERY
thj best of both Notice of Public Hearing Klibmnnd Indiana AND: FOR UlttVAKD COUNTY. Srootlog ald .doplloo. No 201,101
systems' and Anderson of the University of Tau sri away MHIflad that a FUmiDA WITNESS my hood nod 'h' ..1 INVFSTMFNT CORP-
bidding them Into one. But this Minnesota and mplalnt for Divorce haa been CHAMtRY NO IKSdl of this Court at Tltuevllla Br.vard 1 MI-"TATE a 'Ior.da
Dr. Paul TUN.
Failey filed asalnit you an,I you irs raaiilred 1101155. TO llrrrMI: County Florida, thIs' ItS day of o..pnr.Unn
.merely embracing socialism of Birmlnham Southirn. College The City of Titusville will hold a public hearing en Tuesday lo aerve a coPV of your An JOHN !). MacARTHIK known July 11.1"lt.

after having changed its name- The institute is directed by Avvwtr II, 1944. at 1:311: p.m. In the Council Room to hear Inttr. Owen the or pt.tntlffa 400 union to attorney the Complainton Sully .. JOHN D McAKTHIK, Plaintiff ir TIIt R CIRCUIT. B A SINKS COURT. CLERK W M. JONES, etVux. .t alDrfendanta

taw 'Middle.of-the-Road'. We USF professors Gld E. Nelson sled persons In regard tot: A roquttr to rezone the following Warren 4W Harbor Clly Boulevard .... IY,THI. M Maaleraon _OT'fl OF III IT .
tile 8UORD8 lIONS ASrilAIT Deputy Clock
described Fau OallK. and THE
from classification
hare become so addicted to conformity and Gerald G. Robinson Ob. proptrty present GU te a BR the arlilaal A...... or other de- COMPANY: JlLim ClAIXhH; Iouf Seni) TO
classification ta allow Drive-In Traatrt In tha of AMERICAN CtlMPANYHOTTILr. C. IRVIN : W M J per. and H.wl M
that a f naea to the Complaint TRl'l"
shakes us stubbouily Jietives of the program are to floe of tha Clock of Circuit Courton : IS ; I HKKVARD Attorney for PetIli coon. Jones. hI. wife whose realilen .
when we are called or brfora lois ISIb Coy af Au...'. INDIAN RIVER (1ROVKM. IIC.. Ill N. Atlantic Avenue ,la 412 S. Fredrick. SHreut..
strengthen the subject matter This application has boon .... Cocoa Florida Cape Ulrardeau. .
made by Clyde Hall for propertyen 1164. If you fall to do ao a Doc. It"d."I. 1..cb. ..
"rtght \\'ing extremist" even be .5 TO: American Tru.t July S. twed) JM4 YOU AlOE HER..xT!: ItKQClItED
backgrounds of science teachers Pro Con f.MO will 10550105
the east sid. of State /Road 405, near State Road SO, the legal for tha rellrf demanded In Sb.Cemptntot. New York b.nk.n". eurpoootlon. 2 I to file your .,.ore or written dofenne. .
when we know we are extreme. stimulate greater Interest for science you who. principal place .. If any In the above pro
description of which Is Tha South 400 foot of Lots 81 and SI Tltuivilla .
lyjight. Senator Goldwater hai DONS:! and l ORDKRBR!: at Tilvlll. .- of bi.lne. I. 70 Wall Street. IN TII CIRCUIT COl'RT OF Toss rending with the Clerk of Shim
through presentation of recent Fruit and Farm Lands as recorded In Plat Book 2, at .. Urevard (County Florl'U tblaIStk New York. N. Y. JUDICIAL CIRCl'IT OF Court. an.I to .erve copy thereof
bean labeled as such, but such advances in science all in 29. Coy of July' 111II4. You are hereby notified that acemplelnt FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRE upon the .1.lnlt.a .lorooy. ...ho..
the of former President age Cl'RTI R BARNFS: to fnrrrl.. a certain VARD COl'NTTCHANCERY name soul) appear, hereonl5n .
wuj case understanding and solving problems Clerk Circuit Court mortaace on Ihe followlni d"o.lb NO. 2ST7SMlTlrlt r before tto. ** Cay' "' 4 u.u."
Iranian and his "police action" A Bravard County rVarldaMa.tereon property. le-wit: or nl'IT .
encountered In public hearing will bo hold before the Planning and Zoning
teaching by AlIas M. Pa.1 1, That part of the RE'i FEDERAL NATIONAL Tb. nature of thIn proceeding he-
inJCorea, and his "Impulsive. science, and strengthen! the cap Commission on Wodnoitay August 3, 1964. Deputy CI.rkIIAI.LY ,lf kectlnn *. Town, lip 30 MouthRanee GAUl A88OCIATION a 10RT. Ins a suIt for foreclosure on an
inwponsible remarks'. WARREN '. bait lying oui.lie of or..lod and nbatbo. und.r Agreement run J on the follow.
city of the teachers for motivating Attorney at4M Law lhn Flrmiec tlront; that port of .n An ..pu.a.n I to lbs Ing denrlbed property Ivlng
W G. Rodriguez: able students to Harbor City Boulevard Lot So of Mecllon I of FlemlnRUrant N.U..I Mor.. 06_ and being In n..r.County FlorI -
consider acience CITY OF TITUSVILLEby tao: 11.11I.. Florida lyIng real: of the H.lf lauloa (IIu.o Act. ". Ito I,la. lo-wit:
: Indian River City careers Margarot Coopor lul" 15. 22. 28. Au. 5 CW.d.1 19114. Bectlan line nf Sect!lUll .fare- clpal office In the Cir of .prl.'j A part of Lot IS of Banaaa
.. .tond"du."nlb tkroeibtke ton, DIstrIct of River gublivl.lon ereonHno ta
City ClorlcJily IN THE CIRCtMT CO!'RT OF THC .0.10 6S anuS Iylnc north Co.ba.PI.lnllf.. the plat of Mid anhdlvUlon recordel >
29 (Wod) 1964 NINTH JlDICIAL! ('IIICl'IT. IN af ulh line of paId Section In Plat Book S. P.... 11nf .
I AND FOR loKlcvARn: COUNTY, a entendel weal Ihrouih 1.11 JAMK RAF. l'RN OWEN and tke Public Record of Bre.
: CITY OF TITUSVILLE CHANCERY NO. I*** I.n 05: and the SW. of ttecllun MARY BELLE OWEN. hie Wife. nr County. Fbrltn: Oeerrmednienecilon
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--I 4 OTIS'SORPIIA Tow..III.4511 bulb R.nne 3 : at Ih.
T BHAfFtR. soul belnt In D'tml"U'. of the k able
I Notice of Public Hearing I : plaintiff, 1..1. Couiitv. florlda; and STATE OF FLORIDA rf Lot IS wtb r/. "emietr

CITY OF TITUSVILLE Parcel 2: The NE'. of MectlonTown.hlp TO: BORKRT L. MASSOV. road aa .hewn on .aid ple a id
OLENN: D, $ntHArn. .. :W Doulh R.n.e CS and INKS MASduN. hi. ",IR. run Went ...ng the line
The City .f TiriMvlllo will hold a public ....rin' on Tvoidsy, Delend.nt. Knot. Brevard Counly. FloridaLuceptlait who.e lot known realdence of sold Lot IS IH5 feet more or
Avgist 11 IfM at 7:30 In Notice of Public I TO: 8.t. K:,I Oteen D nafferI17IJM therrfnHn that p,,r- te loll Rollln. Street. leu to County Con
: p.m. Council Room (. hoar In- HearingThe Uon .f Orotlon Oh knows oo Cheyenoe, ,_1.1. tr.101 aid continue Wont Ito

fr sated persons In regard to: A roquotl to roiono the following M.rlne B arror hi. Bow SITI Haven O.-Pwo.1 SectIon. You are berefcy notified that n ..or lex lo Weat line of
Navy No IIS. e/o F. P. O. a la ault lao bean filed .. rim aald ditch and then cenilnuoalant
scribed proporlr from Its present BR and R.3 classification to City of Titkstllle will hold a public hoarlng on Tuetday. I New Tort City, New York .hown en a plo recorded In Sb osbooa..tItled .....In. North line of .MM Liit IS

C T classification to allow a motel I. restaurant and full Avgt.it U, 1944, at 7:JO p.m. In the Council Room ta hoar Inror- WilliS Plo Hook 11 ... Sill. of tbs you ere required to file your an.wer from Ike Weal line of maid ditch
: service You hereby. notified that a Recorda of Brevard or other rewon.lv. lIMO feet tn
I are pleadlnc. with a at wblik
focil Has. ....d. oMttoM U ..,erd to: A roquot to roiono tS> following I Complaint for Divorce has been Counly, Florl,la. lb. a.rl of IbIS Court and to I Ik* 1.0.1.Ilnt of lbs land

daicribtd property from Its present R.1 classification to an R.3 I file I acatoet Sass .. This has CoIned" 10 nerve a of your Aawer are required la ...v. a copy of your Plaintiff or Plaintiff Attorney., from .1.1 I rUe Woos alone;
: application been mad by R. R. Thomas for the ctastlflcatlcn allow Rontal Un ts. or PleadlnsJ:prb C"mplolel. ssower .pI.n. I. 'b. "om- whoae name Sod ad treat I. Crofton the North line. of M.M LM IS.

seat (00 foot, west of U. S. Highway No.1 1 I. north of Olmttead Is' ,.. MORAN nl.lnt on p.Untt, Attorn.y. Brewer Hollan I KW p.lm Ave. 1'1' 1.110. point; thence Huulk'
V f'o. SoT 8001. TI,.... VMIIIama .. ,. ..... Fl
This has been made Lincoln Park Inc. for MORTON. .O.I'h. Tiluaiio. .rid.. not later feet ta a point' on the North
by 4
tylvt, the logol description of which Is Tho east 400 fool of Lois application \11I.. Florida. ..d file the orlitne* P. 0 ,( Sll ,... Florida. thus I. 11MM If you fall la line of a dirt road: thence run
W 2, 1 and 4 of Plat No. 2, Subdivision of that of approximately five acres of land located by boundaries of Ryan A...'.. or Pleedlnr In lbs oftIu I of and file 55 '. .' an.wer or do ea a D P Canteen will North line nf mOd dirt road
part section 22, Circuit Court onT pleadlne- the office be entered
the Clerk of the of Ihe Clerk for the re Fa.t and 75 feet dl.tance South
tAvnsfilp 22 south 35 Avenue, King Avomto and L.. Road the logal description of Ttti ., ..-. of ike cirmH lief demanded
range soot, lying north of Indian River before Ike 4or "' rOr. lrn'County In tko eoo from Ike North aaU
.ll. .
whIch Is Lots U thru 94 123 thru 146, 180 through 183. Inclusive 5154. If you fell t. do ea, Jud.- Ceurthouee 11"1'1".. onor Thla sIt la to forecioea a IS a 1,1 fact te a ".L
and Florlda .
scot of East
Oty Coast Railroad for Boy. Estate, 5n.ot by defa,,'' will be taken about the 25th .according to Plat thereof recorded In Plot Book 2, H Pub- In Lincoln Park Subdivision, according to plat thoroW as recorded 5guin.1 yon r.fll:Ibe resort oemaaUed 1504. If you fall lo do .0, Ju"lament ecalnet let "re .all Lot. toartkrr page In Ihe by default will tabeoo5aIOt Lot 81. Hampton Sub. j'
perpetual ee ement .
Hor. 0. ever and
l let Records of Brovard County, florid.. txcept that part of said In Plat Book 10, page ", Public Records of Envied on!: ..."AifD'oRDKRFD at Tnu"l you for the relief b d.m.nd'In tbe dlvMon. I'alt No. accordln the dirt road aad tha

County. Florida ..... Hrevard County. cmpl.lnl. to tke plat thereof recorded I In Countv Road itiud lo
east of U. S. No. 1
!$ HighwayI th d.v nf "Iv. l 111II4. .olle .hall b "..bll.he Plat R.I 12 pete M. Public reM County. FInn I ia .
CIRTW H BARNK onc week for Brevard County, DONE end ORDERED at TNue.Tllle .
A public hearing will bo held .before the Planning and Zoning, A public twining will bo hold before' the Planning and Zoning Clerk. of she circuit Court week. .In mar-Advocate. THuevllle, florid. BrereH Count*. Florida, thIn
BrevaraCenniy. Florida Fi.rS.Is.DONS. WITNII my hood aad ...1 of ISth Cnn ef Julv. 1W4Cl .
Commission on Wednesday August t, 144 Commission" on Wodnoodoy. August 9. 1914 By Alice M. Meetereoa) AND ORDERED .1 Thu.. (. at Tlla.vtll.. Bronr 'RTIH P. RAiSEs

Daiitl Clerk villa, ".a ISis I'day .f 1..ly. County Florida. late 14th CLERK CIRCUIT COCRT
tlRA:" MORTON Curl R. Baraee 'RTI. R BARNES Drwily .
2 by Margaret Cooper by Margarot Coopor utaraera IW PUIatlflItaavMla. CirruS Court Clerk of lbs Clrul "AI.I
Co..r 1M
: 0. 11.. ass Brevard Coaely. Florida revard HobbS
City Clerk City Clerk rtarlto met By v. I. SposilrrSCEAI.9 .Y; Alice M_ Meiteroon .. for
2t (Wed) 1 M ly __ Deputy Clerk f> ClerkICOIRT Oiia Madl-oa Plolalf
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Wednesday"' July 29, 1964 Tthisvlll (Florid*J Stir-Advoctr Pap 7 .,. -. j \\/
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write Star-Advocate SportsNEWS AA,., + I !


,Role tt U *** Misr Dexter Halts Titusville's

Let it be shouted from the highest hill, officially, Little League Aibg

baseball for the Titusville area la completed for another icason.

The county, area, and district tournaments concluded for all r ;i ;Ifwe w
,. t
five earlier of last North week." Brevards teams Monday, and some were eliminated All-Stars District Bid, 50Righthander 1 b

Mints and Indian River City Major League's were defeated in .

the opening round of the area tournament while Titusville Major and
Indian River City Seniors won" the area Championship but were de. Stacy Dexter of another to David Moor In the Dexter, the pitcher, aUo hit ..
featej! in the District. Jacksonville Highlands hurled a sixth however neither harmed "home' run over the right fink!

Recapping just a moment, TltusvlJle's Senior Division beat Indian two-hit 5-0 shutout aver tile Ti ale pitching nor threatened his 'fence in the third with" no one 4A
tusville Major League All Stars abut-out victory.Highland's aboard. a Jii01 'f'la"M.MRI
River In
City's the county tournament and later downed Merritt Island
Monday afternoon In Cocoa and Xnnlh Mikell
for the county championship, but were defeated in the All.Star Tlluavllle' main problem wa"
eliminated the only North Bre banged a horn run hi* first tint
at the pint. Thai threatened In
area tournament by Merritt Island. Indian River City beat Cocoa ,
vied team remaining the District at the plat then hit one again In the fifth inning when"" Dexter I M ;,1h aW .
Beach a no-hitter/ thrown by Tommy Thompson, then racked Mer
rltt Island for the area Championship. They were defeated for the 2 Tournament. the fourth. lie was Intentionally walked two batter with no out, L ha 4aju s r y+u.
Young Dexter, gave up a single walked to possibly prevent another .
District Championship by Fernandina Beach, Saturday In Jackson however he truck out Paige, 'I
ville. to Gary Eggera In the third and In the fifth. Ihurrhwetl and Egger* to retire. GOLFERS RECEIVE AWARDS Mrs. try Club OOer-wlnne; from left were, I

In the Little League Division, all of the North Brevard teams the/ aide TlimvUI managed. to Elaine Dehmlow Co-chairman of Whispering Doug Carroway, consolation; Wendy" Doo-

were ejected In the county tournament after two games, but Titus. piece runner on second pate Hill Junior Golf Clinic. U shown Icy 4 hole winner; David Carouther 9 ,

ville's Major all.start beat Cocoa North and South along with Indian WH Takes OlymicsMims two time during the game. presenting the top trophy to Jerry Pitz- holes flight; Donna Carlson 9 hole girls It'l

River City to win the area championship. They were eliminated In Highlands added two more run rick winner of an 18 match hole content flight; und Jay Dehmlow, runner up In the

the opening game of the District by Highland.! in the fifth when Hock walked. held Thursday, at Whispering Hill Coun. 18 hole match flight.-(S-A Photo). "
Dexter grounded to the pitcherand i

Rene Davis, the insurance* man* Is still* keeping a close watch on Girl Wins Top AthleteTwelve Hock Hoik grounded forced to at short second.stop Brad and Mullis Pitches l lAll

the Dodgers even If they're way down In the standings. Dexter was caught at oeond.

"You know, Davis said, "If they would only pass a rule that ball year old Lyvonne Harvey 1113 year old boys 440 yard the Keene walked and llarrl doubled FE IIImm': I ;1
went runs horn. Yanks To Penanl
eight instead
games innings the
of nine Dodgers would be In
second place, instead of eighth." of Minn took five first place relay; II) Carl Turner, Rkky For TltHavlll, this completed .
events and won the outstanding Cate M.ke Dull, Brent Tally their season.After -- ,
Tough break Davis.
athlete award, but Whispering WH; ((2)) Mimi; (J) RV. Time: the Lefthander Steve Mullltpitched Athletes have slumps, Including pany of near Cocoa, bowling a
Our St. Louis Cardinals are still holding onto sixth place. They're unexpectedly winning"
the Dodger to toO win
Hill Elementary carried home 597 a River Lanes, are turning I
like some missiles on Cape Kennedy can't go up and won't go down. Area I championship downing bowlers
the team trophy in the first annual 11>12 old girls 440 relay: ever the Yankee* Monday night some fine scores. Harold Hughe
As far as what we think is wrong with the Cardinals they traded a year Indian River Clt,', ,n-.."*. Coco This week of nine bowling lea-
Summer Recreation Junior Row lI. for the inter-Leagu. Championship has hewn In th
((1)I) Ellen Bullock Karen throwing game ,
good pitcher his
recently name was Ernie Broglio, personally, I North and Cora South guo result turned into the Star.
Olympic' completed this week WH In the Mime I Division 160'. and this week hi
Major again .
Beth Martin, Terry Hock ; ;
think have
they might goofed but some people would argue that point. team, the team actually went Advocate, there were only two i \
Whispering Hills registered .2. Mulli four hits, and 100 with 457 eerie. Ma
((2) RV; ((3) Mims. Tim: 83 further In gave up poop! who hit over the 200 a
competition than
391 points while Mime had 367 13-14 year old boys, 440 relay; some struck out 12 and allowed only mark. In Burke led the Indies with a 16
had figured Strong hitting and Somebody' a nlump.
and Rivcrview 334. Kollmh Iht losing pitcher Bobby Romans and 481 aeries Manufacturin
I ,
((1) Mike Coffey, Greg
More and more people are playing Royal Oak's first nine holes of pitching, combined with" errorless' Must be the weather
their The two\ day event was held at Tony Lang, Allen Robinson, struck on 12 and allowed only Misfits are leading the leagu '
golf course every day and quotes such as "words just can't ex.press ball, accounted for the victories
School track two hits with 13 wins and 0 losses Second
Titusville 58
how High Mima. Tim: 4.8iMO
nice that Is" In the
from Area their
course are coming nearly all who play it. playoff. During
field and attracted 400 stu Peggy Frnats had! a high lame place la held by Ham me I '
This particular quote came from County Commissioner Gus over year old boys, 220 dash: one game stay In the District, The Dodgers picked up three
Faulk. dents.Mm. ((1)I Tommy McCormick Mims; they made only on. error run in the third Inning when of 207 and NUll Sander came In Heads 12 game behind. Ed Bio

Harvey duplicated her ((2)) Toney Dickson, WH; ((3)) Score by Innings: Mulli walked Frye reached with a 204 for the week' high. lock led the crew Thursday evenIng .
performance of last year by win Frank Keller, WH; ((4)) Kendrick Titusville 100 000-4 t 0 first on an error Wingo walked, Both ladies bowl In a Tuesday with a 168 for high gam

Noticed a guy walking down Tropic Street yesterday, carryinga ning first place in the 50 yard Rice Mima. Tim: 17.71. Highlands 011 120.1 1 0Batteries Miller walked and Hackney Knrfee Club league Mrs. !Sanders and Jack Dark's 481 took Pug 1 1\

fishing pole and can of worms. I just wondered if he was going to dash with a time of 6.8; 75 yard ..t 10 year old girls, 220 dash: ; Poff, Churchwell" ; singled.In also hid to work for that aerie. Mary Burke had a 16

try his luck in one of those gopher boles. da h. 9.8; 100 yard dash 13.75; ((1)I Ilcba Strickland Mims; ((2)) Dexter Daniels. the fifth Frye made it to 207 game, converting the 5.7, 37 and Erene Hughe, 414.

running broad jump, I2'3" and Cynthia Cihak WH; ((1)) Cheryl Box Jeer: first cm another/ error, Wlngo 8.10 and 3.7 apllta. Leading .

the softball throw, EdwaHs, Mimi; ((4) Kathy Wrater "If'then walked, Miller walked moving the Koflee' Club) league I Is Siesta Mary Overholt shot a 181 I

If allowed to participate in all WH ((8)) Cathy Dal Santo, ore B) H anrea around to third. Hall lined the Koffce Rive '
Although it's about six months before basketball season starts ; ,.. H..... Ik 1 Fry Motel with 22 win and 10 losses, League at

we were wondering what type team Tltusvllla would have for the events all scheduled Lyvonne, however might have school won officials RV. Tim: 33.72. H. t'II.. '''h.''......M. It' C f.e ekuk.s .. AM put the shortstop to score followed by First National Bank Lance last week and also a 48 t

coming season. If the lists of students graduating off the team is any 1112 year old girls, 220 yard H.rrl.., Ik i Frye. one game out and Ideal Exterminating aeries Second high aerie wa .

indication Titusville may be searching. The big boys, Maury Roberts made started a ruling that before students the dash: ((1)) Dennis Motley, Minus; k.s.la fw.I.1"Ihll. ,. ., s.Marty .. I i iTi I Three walks In the sixth, plus two games away from hold by Ula Pickering, 482. '

who didn't finish the season, but played the first half, along with program ((2)) Call. I Turner WH; ((3) Allan ItaoM HrowB. Ik I e t e one error and a double by Ponli1, flirt. "Go-Getters" are leading th
allowed to enter five Jim i j
Larry Jarrell, consistent gunner, Tim Barrowman good defensiveman were only Taylor RV; ((4) Alton W.llry, fctok. WMIkurir.....". iiIMffir M counted for five run. U'uuuo/ with J 19 win and I 101le,

and Bob Comparato good hitter and defensive athlete will all events. RVi: (t5)) Larry Rnarrs, WHo ,ftUkTrf' "* e For a group of people who

graduate That doesn't leave Coach Art Tolls much to start the season All awards will be presented Tim; II.2. .,"] '-..; teas... e t ..t t Ladies To Organize Talk of competition! The Do
have never bowled, Drown Engineering :
12.30 at Rivcrview
with, however, it Is being rumored a few transfer students are movingin Thursday at : 11-12 year old boy, .220 yard UI, TTsISIsC-- .. City Softball LeagueAn Nut league at River Lane .

plus a couple of big sophomores and juniors, who were her last auditorium. dash: (I) Beth Martin WH; ((2) : '. Manufacturing Corn- could art be much' tighter/ Alle. I

year, but weren't eligible, will give him some material. Winning high point trophy and Karon Rowell WH; (3) Mary Slave ,.,.._ lb Ak. a S N e NH ew. organization meeting; for -- Cut are loading with 294 win
second place were 13.14 year old ...., ..h.m.., |k all women Interested In forminga would sptmnor (he league and and 64 |losses Rachateer hn
boys Allan Robinson Mimi, Lewis Mima; ((4)) Liz Lang. .....Ml MiM>.., *f t eU..Id
Frank Tomdale, Assistant Principal at Titusville High, said the Mims; ((5)) Joyce Marver, RV. .Poll.....* I ITmmr f" .e 1n.5 softball league will b* held fuinlnh needed equipment and won 24 games; Misfits 22, Out!
441i; Mike Coffee, Mans, 22H. R / "lf e }
summer recreation program this year was another auccess, especially Time: 1359. airaih I se akr.e Monday evening at 7 p.m. on umpires. t ter Rats, 1 18 and Eight: Balls}
the swimming and skiing instructions. Tomdale'a been in the 6-7 year old boys: Pritchard, ...10 yar old boy, 440 dash: *..tl rhvrukmll r..... li, I : : : Band Point' aoftball flrld. Miller asked that anyone Interested '14.Helen'' \
e f
sun so long he has the appearance of a fullblooded Cherokee Indian. RV; Bolmger WH; Vsne.-Riee, ((1)I I Tony McCormick. Mime; ((2) User Kf.ra, rf i : r : Jack Miller City Recreation should contact the recreation Park had a 187 for hlgl '
RV McCann RV tied for
in mid October In swimming they preceised about WO students John Del Santo RV; (1)( Kenny T.l.1' 10 e a Director said his drpuitmcnt, department.! game und a 300 for high aeries i
place. (
partners --------------
daily and In skiing they enrolled over 100 in the entire program. Pool. Mime; ((4) Greg Warren
in sack .
Since there was so much interest in skiing last year, h. sad next race) WH; ((3) MIke Duncan WIL

summer they will have to hold a five day clinic instead of three 6.7 year old girls: DianaPayne. Time: :18,M. nNNL1T

Correct Craft Marina is donating two Inboard motorboats for use WH, 15; Melody Linger 810) year old boys 880 yard
RV, 13.
in the program each summer. run: (I) Kenny Mime '
89.10 year old boys: Timmy I'oole ; (2)) rr
DakHon WH, 20 H; Tommy Mc. Marc Carhle, WH; ((3)) Rudy Ed. r Phone for League Reservations! 2677119iMr

Pre season football poll magazines are being shipped into news Cormlik, Mime, 18. wards, Mims; ((4)) Tony Dickson I
stands by the carloads and about three fourths of them have to WH; ((5) Mike Drlplore WH. 1f
8-910 old Debbie
agree that picking the best five teams In America is going to be a year girls: Time: 1117. f
Constance, WH, 344; Cynthia ;
problem 11-17 year old boys, 440 dash:
At far as Individual conferences go take a gander at this: Cihak WH 151%. ((1)I Dennis Mims "
11.12 old Mike Ball, Mosley, ; ((2)) J Rover i Lanes Bowling I i
year .
In the East, Navy Is back with Jolly Roger Staubach running the Brent Tally, WH; ((3)) Carl Turner '

show for his second straight year. However Penn State can't be overlooked WH. 304; Dennis Moscley, WH; ((4)) Daryl OMetn, Mimi; I' .

they say. They'll have their ole trademark of hard hitting, Mime, 344. ((5. Greg Ifi-phem-tlne, RV. Time .1
and a big strong collection of tough runners supported by rugged 11.12 year old girls: Lyvonne 7230. f.; 1

blockers and tacklert. What more could a coach' want Harvey Mims, 414; Terry 11-12 J year old boys, 880 yard J :.J.1. 800 Orlando Road Indian River City Florida Pbon.217.711.

In the Big Ten, no doubt it'a Ohio State University An absence Hock, WH, 334.Events F ,
run; ((1)J) Mike Ball, WH; ((2) Ronnie 4' d
from the crown for two years may make the difference. In the South : f 5.
Oilman, Mima ((3) Ronnie
eastern Conference, they're all picking Ole Miss and why not, with 8-9-10 year old girls standing ; ) Mole, Manager
Hartman.WH ((4)) DalSan-
the schedule they play. However' it's like Bob Roesler of the Times broad jump: ((1)I Debbie Constant ; Daryl
to, RV ((5)) John Hamilton
; ,
Picayune New Orleans, La., slid, "Probably the best way to pick *" WH; ((2) Catherine Dai-
the order of finish in the Southeastern Conference would be to take Santo, RV; ((3)) Susan McCallum, Mims. Time: 3:10.2. ; f U'k;
13-14 old boys, 220 dash
a Kennedy half.dollar and start flipping. LSU will be ranked a close Mims; ((4) Nola Panasis, WI!; year : "I
(I) Allen Robinson, Mims ((2))
second. And, how about Florida? Well Florida has been well chosento ((5) Dawn Simpson, RV. Distance ;
Tony ta.ig Mims. Time 28.6.
finish number six. 13.14 year old boys, 440 dash: SIGN NOW FOR FALL !
Duke's Blue Devils are raked number one In the Atlantie Coast 11-12 year old girls standing I ,.
((1)I Mike Coffey Mims ((2) ,
Conference trailed by University of North Carolina and West Virginia broad jump: ((1)I Mary Lewis ; It VI+
Blair. Killgallen, Mims. Tim ,
Is in the Southern parleys Mime Rock WH! :
rated lope over Furman ; ((2) Terry ; ((3) I ,
In the Southwest conference look out here cornea National Champion Bath Martin, WH; ((4) Francis 713 j

Texas, followed by Rice, Arkansas and IMU. Ottarn, Mimi; ((3)) Nona Beneke, 15 year old boys, 440: Danny jI I l
warriors from Oklahoma are naturally Payne Time 1:06.93.
That bunch of fellOw RV. Distance, 5'11".
rated In the Nation's top five teams and picked to win all of their contests Free for all event: ((1)) Joyce 13-14 year old boys 880 yard 1
one and who, none other than ran: (1)(t) Allen Robinson, Mime
except guess
by great margin, Maurer, RV; ((2) Reb Strick-
Texas the only real toss-up In the OU schedule.On Time: 2.58.8.
again. That's land Mime; ((3) Allen Taylor RV; _.
the West Coast it look's like Southern California despite an all- ((4) Allen Welly, RV; ((5) Tommy ., lIDIIC

out effort by UCLA. McDinicls. Mimi, Time: 160. HI' n T, AI nI'TWIN I RIVER LANES BOWLING 100 ORLANDO ROAD 267-7118 :

There they are pick your top five and you might even try flipping 440 yard relay .-..10 year old ,. say

that Kennedy coin if you're a collector and have one. Stepping girls: ((1)I Kathy Webster Cyn TOWERS I NAME . . DATE ;:
aside from the National ratings and coming through with our own.we're thus Cihak, Kathy Decker, RENTAL APARTMENTS 1 e 1
Oklahoma, Mississippi, Navy and Illinois, In that
taking Texas Debra Constance WH; ((2)) COCOA HACK.. ;r, 'I' ADDRESS . . PHONE . :
order. Last year's predictions, 44 wrong 1 right At least we'r Mimi; ((3) RV Tim. 88,2. I
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Pat* I TtfvivllU (PUrMa. ) Sfir-A.V..at W.dneaday. July 2y,1lN Mimi Aria. Happinhigi.

' -Darden OptimiStiC About Fireman's-- Auxiliary Slates Party 1 1By

Mr*. Gladys McLendon for the newly-weds. Smith. '
AM 7.1241 Miss Frances Gaetano was Alter refreshments! were served
The Mims Fireman's Auxiliarywill pianist and Mrs Lloyd Mullis the winner of the door prize;

Federal Law hold a Tupperware party at entertained with two songs, "The was picked, she being Mrs. Sajf-,
Impact PassageBrevard the fire station at 7:30: p.m. on Loveliest Night of the Year" and ah Lawson

July 30th. The public I.i Invitedto "I'll Never stop Loving You. The hostesses were Mrs Cour -

attend. The group then played Musical ney Porter, Mrs. Jean Drawdy

School Supt. Woodrow were Supt Brownell of Detroit, funds were authorized. If the extension Darden reported that the reaction Senate sub-committee on Education Box with Mrs G S. Hendrix win Mrs Lloyd Lashley, Mrs. E. A.
returned from Washing Willis of and Flor favor. Mr. and Mn Marvin Shealy ning the prize. Elaine then open Kaiser, Mrs James SomerseL
Darien Supt. Chicago Is granted now, we can of sub-committee mem reported the bill as '
ton, D. C. Tuesday optimistic Ida Congressmai Bennett of get our projects In and have born was favorable and that It able and that Senator Spessard and daughters, Millie and Kathy, ed her gifts and everyone en- and Mrs Avon Price .

that Congress may enact legls. Jacksonville. some buildings completed during appears as though the bills will Holland had volunteered to present also Mn Frank Si mi went to joyed seeing all the lovely things

lotion, before adjournment, that They are seeking a two.year the period for which the be recommended to the entire the impact picture in Bre Salt Springs last Sunday to visit The refreshment table was Eniothd., j I

would extend two vital school Impact extension of Public Laws 874 and funds are allocated," he pointed House Committee on Education vard to the full committee during their daughter, Peggy, who Is very pretty, set with a white little Miss Elaine McLendon
federal lawi 815 for aid to schools where Impact out. toon lie said that yesterday the hearings vacationing there with friends, cloth trimmed with yellow bows enjoyed her birthday last Sua-

In Washington to attend the from Federal activity has Mr and Mrs 0 R Creel and and centering the table was a day, July 26th. She was 3 years

hearings before the House subcommittee created serious problems In daughters, Barbara Jo and Linda floral piece of yellow and white old. Elaine was so excited she

on education, Dardenwas growth and operation. A picnic lunch was enjoyed by flowers Cake, punch, mints and could hardly sit still to have bar
called out of the audience by The current laws will expireIn everyone even though it rained nuts was served to the following: picture taken, before opening

Congressman Sam Gibbons of June next year and the sought the entire day.Honored. The honoree, Mrs Lawson her many pretty gifts

Tampa, a committee mem after two year extensions would c Kaiser, Mrs, Julian Kaiser, Mrs. ting with her were her moth
ber, to testify. mean expiration would not be with Shower Lloyd Mullis and daughter, Linda and daddy, Mr. and Mrs

Gibbons said that he felt that until June 1967 The new Sunday School build Mrs Lyle Duff, Mrs John McLendon and sister, Manly '

to other area In the United States Darden emphasized tho "bind" ., J r -s, 1 t ing at the Mims Methodist Taylor, Mrs G. S. Ilemlrix Mrs. grandmother Mrs J. W Erwii .

had the impact problems of Br.. that late passage of such laws wedding Bob Coleman, Mrs J. W. Edwin, grandparents Mr and Mrs J. I .
Church was the scene of a
yard County and asked Dardento placed school boards In throughout Mrs John Schneider, Mrs. Grover McLendon Mrs. Bill Trudeau and
In honor of Mrs.
testify in support of the federal the country lie cited the example shower Wright and daughter, Enid, daughter: Suzanne Mrs I. A.
Lawson Kaiser. The gift table
legislation of the Brevard Board last Mrs. H C. McLendon and daughter Holder of Titusville Mr. and

Among those also testifying year, which could not complete was very prettily decorated and Janice. Mrs. Bobby Wheeler Mrs. II C McLendon and child-
filled with lovely gifts
its budget and, as a result, held was many Mrs. Monroe Wheeler' Mrs. ren, Mike and Janice.
up certification of tho tax roll,
Sarah Lawson, Mrs Whit Peebles .
.City OKs Sale etc., throwing heavy work loads. a t FLUORIDEContinued Mrs Bernard Roberts, Mrs. Mr and Mrs. John Kennedy
on other offices and delaying taxpaying 4 II
.. W, H Gill, Mrs Roscoe Shealy, proudly announce the birth of

01 Properly To He pointed time. out that the delayin .f ? xlslll from Page 1 Mrs Melvin T Adams, a sister their second daughter, born Tuesday -
uf the honoree, Mrs. Bruce Price, morning at J. P. M. HospitalThe
passage cost the Brevard and Dr. T,
t treatment plants,
Mrs Cline Crapps, Mrs. Lester baby girl weighed 8 Ibs and
Board $7,000 in interest on
( ( some Paul Haney, Brevard County
County omm. At the present time no
money which had to be borrowedto health officer replied, "Becauseof Cantrell, Miss Frances Gaetano, 15 ozs
Paula and Debbie Drawdy, Connie name has been chosen. The Ken
keep the system operating."In sessions such as this, and not
City Council agreed last nightto 1952 our school population facts." and Susan Lashley, Mrs Rob nedys have another daughter
because of
sell a city-owned! lot located ert Porter and Mrs Charles Lynn.
and this fall it will be
was 4,700 '
to be consoll
It bad enough -
on south side of Palmetto St i '
47000. And we are expecting between
dated without a referendum, butI
west of Palm Ave to the countyfor
7.000 and 8,000, new pupils
$14400 certainly dont want to be
each fall for the next five years," drugged' without a chance to ARCO DODGE INC.YOUR
Dick Spanglcr, representing testified ,
vote against It," Mrs Sisson flat-
Commissioner Gus Faulk, made
the offer for the property which lie urged approval of (the measure .-. ... ., ly stated NEW DODGE DEALER

the county Intends to use for at this time, rather than to PROUD TO SELL:: SIMCA Arco Dodge of the Chrysler Motors Corporation and is George Wocrncr, outspoken
wait until Congress convenes In for the fluoridation, told
courthouse expansion, The lot leone Company has added the Simca automo- manufactured as an economy car Dif- Service Headquarters For All
January, because of the hardships the council that "these psuedo
of several{ which comprisethe result bile to its regular line and they seem to ferent models of the vehicle may be seen Chrysler Products,
that from limo uc physicians (those speaking again
block south of Palmetto, west be proud of the fact. Shown above are at Arco Dodge located on Hopkins Avenueat
lays As an example ho pointedout st fluoride) are an insult to the Air and Transmission Specialist
of Palm, north of South St. and the $S million in constructiondue from left: Robert Gaizzetti, Robert Tra- the intersection of Harrison Avenue medical profession lie indicated Conditioning Now.
east of the Florida East Coast Brevard for the 19(364( and han and Carl Rica The Simca is a product (S-A Photo). doctors had spent years educating Duty
Railway, totaling about 3Vi not Cor. Hopkins & Harrison 267.4931
1964 65 school years, was themselves, gaining
acres available In time to finance projects knowledge, and should know better .
City Manager Cleveland Tal
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marine reported to council that the two year period for which it It was pointed out by UrHancy .......... ,.." .-,...... """ .... ._ ,.
Dunn Searle, local realtor, had -t ,
was authorized that one new city well Is ;II J" ._. .
appraised tho property at $13.000, Moon Fired From : '
but recommended the offer of "Ihls means a huge classroom ; now producing fluoride at about Wl
the one part per million gallons
the county be.accepted since It shortage even though
which Is the same amount pro

.subdivision'would be for. another political Cape On TuesdayRanger posed in the fluoride treatment ,C; ,/ :" e:-- PO. \t/0L ("j i

Councilman R S. Nunnally John Nelson 01 of the city' water.Councilman .. ,

made the motion the city mfat television probe Jim Pritchard J'I. : \ '
blasted off from Cape Kennedy '/ /0 Q
with tongue in cheek, explainedthat -
r s recommendation be accepted (;- -
lie agreed with Talmadgethat NASA To SpeakTo yihtcrday morning at 11:50: am due to the controversy which ;: \ .... ,J.- ....,'
the nature of tho sale would with a blast of orange lame ona has arisen from, the proposal 'A'A; A.. JHC.lT.

permit the city to accept a less planned 228,000-mile journeyto he would move to put the matterto

than appraised pi'Ice. Local JC'sTituevllle fw. }noon to obtain closeup a vote, "and if people don

In other action the council: pictures of the lunar Surface want it, let them have cavitlea"Pritchard J. CONFORTI I I QlumyA".orl.s,
Rocketed toward atop an said the council was a
ordinance will hear space
Approved an re Jaycees Equlpm.nt l
quested by Anjay Corp to rezone John Nelson of the NASA Community Atlas-Agona, the pioneering 411e not trying to rush Into this matter $& 1 MGR I and Encloawas=

property located near the II. Relations office speak regarding probe was first aimed at a but were considering the 1

brary from Rib to BW to permit the Impart of NASA on 'paiklng: orbit' about 115 miles system only for the benefit of the Custom

warehousing. Tho toning board this area at the Thursday night above the earth. After about 20 ) sip citizens "We're trying to do ANY SIZE
had recommended approval of meeting in tho Citucns Bank minutes the Agena upper stage what best for all," he explain Built

this change Community Room. He will use was expected to rocket Ranger r ed."I ANY SHAPE Pools of
Sent back to toning board for color slides to emphasize his toward the moon at 24,480 miles "' r 4 have read and heard a lot
"' TomorrowGunito
further study, a request by My talk. per hour rurrrt'rrtenurpern'ua' ''w"N concerning this matter throughthe

ron Green that property located Nelson came hero ai execu- Early this morning a midcouise years, and I have found the

north of Forest St, in Bun Alre Ive secretary of the Governors correction was effectedby one against fluoridation are 1 Concrete Block
subdivision north of Gibson Impact Committee and has been radio contact, the Ranger be t usually religious' groups or while minority -
School be rezoned from Rib to inn 09,000 mile in space "pressure" groups
closely associated with impact .. competent doctors and their associations Fiberglass Hand Packed
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problems in all areas of Bre- support the advantages -
apartments yard County ably cautious: with 12 moon.shot WHERE ONE WAS BURNED Brevard Deputy Sheriff said
Approved application by Sin Ho will speak about 8pmThe failures as precedents, adopted a Tom Rudge is shown looking under the hood of a car, The council moved the ordinance .
clair Oil Co requesting rezoning cheek.double check attitude In Frank Hall Box 833 Mims indicate the '
meeting will begin at 7:30: owned by to be tabled until a special American Allied Assoc. Inc.
from BR to BA to permit con p,m., according to President Paul the 3U5-minutp countdown which point where a fire flashed back on his brother, Ronnie, meeting can be held when the or lf ,

mictioi of new blulding at cor Salisbury went off flawlessly, launchingthe critically burning the latter last night.-(S-A Photo). finance will be authorized to be 41.* Orlando Rd 247.1251 Titusville J
ner of Washington Ave. and spacecraft on its 88 hour, I
placed on the Sept 8 ballot
Main St.Approved. 228,000 mile course to the moon Titusvillc Jaycees To ,
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application by Carlo The Titusville Star- fUnii.7s six television cameras Conduct Gas-O-Rama I
Mayer requesting rezoning of are scheduled to begin snapping '

property north tide of Route 50 Advocate 1st in circu- their pictures: when the On South U.S. I Saturday And SundayThose I
H-mile east of SR 405 from GU croft I Is 1 1.120 miles from the Jaycees will\ bo "out

to Rib to permit single family lation in No. Brevard. moon 13 minutes and 40 seconds
and anumg'em" again this
housing before Impact. Occupants of an -registered
- -- ---- -- car, which collided with an Ailo erg weekend as they
From there clone up pictures com'J
) . . . . scientists expect to determine If car truck baled with marl, at a ":jui'o r"ma" at Jack M
11:45 ant. tixlay on U. S.1, were Gulf S 'rUie Salmon at the
the moon s many sens' are rushed) to Jess Parrlsh Mini. ncr nf opkins and Gal den. I
: actually smooth enough for astinnnut -s,
YOU GET MORE BUSINESS landing, planned by. urlal Hospital by Smith Ambulance liny! be raising money for

their clubhouse fu id. They've
When your phone is tlwayj answered! 1970. Tho accident occured about built a clubhouse on Suifjcton: I .4

three miles south of Titusville Avenue, which will be available
and Lt Pete WNby of the Breaid bur venous civic tvents but they
See The I F
K4kx01 \' Sheriffs Department is investigating have run a bit abort of money

Star AdvocateFor .: The Ohio vehicle apparently \ and will use proceeds from this .

TllU..llJ* Area Cocoa 8c Cocoa Beach passed l by ft.tour signs event to help pay off the debt.
287.5530 and a barricade, and struck the Thiyll be ut the station from I
6387031. Printing Needs! truck as It was backing Into' a I II) a.in. to 9 p m. on both Saturday

.! !-!-. f.. . . .. --_._ blocked.off area.- -- -- and Sunday

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r Congressman Ed Gurney 1I\h1\ at Halifax, Nova Scotia Cb\i(.u ly, this would not be in b, blockading: I
Wo ire beginning to leap the and w\i due to soil for the Sovl- the best Interest t of the U S.. Now jix months liter ft

rruaid for trading with the eta tt Unlun t\tu-t\ we hove! been ostt'Dfilblyblol Ann'r,(.an: ship captain' ArUiufIt

Gf 4 I Yarned from the Canadian kolllJOIl or muinlaluing an Fdilg reports that his wheat .I
: 4/ cmAn delivery in the lilac Sea port fof P-
Ainnican! ship captain and shipping ageni that one d.iy af- cmbai Spm over shipments to
,,4 : km chief officer report thut h r the! rontiaU was kiiiiirtl in Cubu.Irnlcal. Novuiosiiik is bound for I ,t
,'.. wheat\ dtluervd to a Soviet port New Y.irk, tinagtnt In Halifax I, thp Adnilnntraliontuall'racd |
was\ liumpdntily reloaded onto wise Oldt'll'el the Soviet 'prumUe"of
a Russian teasel for tran.shipment London oilier. to change! the les- gold f"r the when, and wound. In trying to leave port, wii S
to Cuba. tin,it ion to Havana, Cuba trend( to return when a Soviet 1 ;'I
"up adopting credit The Semis tJ 1 '
The limn of events leading to On Jinuaty 2.1: 1 urged( Preni- and llunyiiry! got offers of longtiini hip frrd: several round ovef
this dismal situation today began dent JulniMiii la cull off the So- ciedit from the Exporttin- his biuv
on January 8, 19B4. with the trot| wheat sole because a Soviet !JOlt Uink U'ihi such bungling in foreign

agreement to sell $42 million .Cuba nude agreement Rime the U. S. finances molt affaus Is corrected, and '
w'01'th of U. S. wheat to Russia. signed! a few days rasher made of the international bank that is men, historians may well record t

Jr Even while the sale negutia- it quite likely thut dome of the backing the Iledi, we are givIng the lu'iommioim; fait that lh.

lions were going on, the Uiitluli wl.i ,t bring purl hasl'd by the CommiinikU credit With our United Slates was the only Ne-
freighter "Sycamore XIII" WAD Soviet Union would wind up In money to buy our wheat, to ship lion to finance Its own destrud- r
bring loaded! with Canadian Cuba. In n country which WII claim to t flan. J
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4-H LEADERS IN 'WASHINGTON Outstanding Bre- Friday, Shown above from the left are Joan Mauldin,

vard County 4-H{ members are shown during a visit last Linda Day, LaVina Hannum (Titusville High 4-H member NEXT 7 DAYSFOR 1'
week in Washington with Congressman Edward J, Gur- shaking hand with Congressman Gurney), the congressman -
ney. The girls accompanied by Mrs. Glenda Newsom, attended Pat Frazier and Mrs. Newsom. The girls spent the
the annual 4-H Citizenship Course which ended week in classes and toured the Nation's Capitol.

Civil Rights Riot Squadron avail. Hall Then earlier this week we OWNERSOF
BOB HUDSON'S able to support you'all's National heard that another indoor thea I

Guard. Wire expense money or Ire was interested in locating 1 in THESE tI

send CORE busses." one of the shopping centers In I 1\1 I
MULLET Wonder If the lender expects the aics. Gee, we're growing I BIG-CAR
o an answer?

WRAPPER Jack Molr down at Rive
We hear union of several
Lanes in Indian River Plaza has MODELSBIGCAR
new theatres possibly coming
had great results from his coupon -
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I into the North Brevard area. Robert I I I '
crivcrtismg in the Star-Ad-
Holes In streets are plaguing operation of many businesses and Pauline Bartlett are
local motilsU. Several local residents along U. S. 1 within the City of planning to the "Moon vocotc. He told S-A salesman _
have reported troubles Titusvllle would be glad to do the open Bert Hunnlcutt that the ad h* .",
Drive In Theatre" on the south '
with holes on Tropic Street. In same It might be worth the contact ran last trlday "sold out" all the "I
fact one man living on Mantor side of Highway 50 west of Indian news racks of( Star-Advocate In -

Avenue nays he's quit traveling River Heights. A rezoning Indian River City aiea. His ad CHIVROLIT

Tropic, after he blew a tire In proposal will be up before Included a coupon which was ... '
on "Say, Dad, did you go to Sun. All little W.. //
the next meeting of the City good for three games of bowling .
one of the holes the other night.It day School when you were a lit
not only I blew out a tire but tle boy!'.' Planning and Zoning Commission a Coke and a hot dog all for I
also damaged the tire rim and "Yes, son, regularly" for another drive.In theatre $1, plus tax, and the kids plied
wheel. And Tropic Street Isn't the "Well, 111 bet it won't do me on the north side of Highway 50 in with their coupons, P. S. throuNw
only one that people are complaining any good either." a short distance east of SR 405. he's going: to run the ad again
of. There's about a six- This one h planned by Clyde Friday, SPECIALI!

Inch drop off Hopkins Avenue on The drawing of Bill Lyerly appeared
to St. Johns Street, going west in his "North Brevard I

toward Atlantic Plumbing Profiles" Monday and In the mail

4 .Jhi!,.futility.of.ru-tiej: |gaUted_ iwtei'tay morning ads received'an L. Berezneyrt & NYLON $
-, very plainly In two places: the envelope wittTthe( drawing cutout .
Bible and the income tax form. of the paper and pasted on an announces the opening of his office for Ail-Weather 42"with 95 f
envelope, with only the words CHRYUMN

Let us start this brief item off "Titusvllle, Florida," appearing ....,ert 'I* thttuf ft :.J",
with one comment-we're not beneath It. TUFSYNGoodear's Winawf 'IS Ihreuaft .
against Garden Clubs nor againtt The only conclusion we can General Practice General Surgeryat t.Q0a11
come to la that the postal work. black tubslles
Pride nor against highway
rubber" the toughest ,
beautification. ers recognized the drawing and ever plus tea t
used In Goodyear Urea
Now we do want to point Advocate placed It box.in Box A-the Star- 317 N, Dixie Highway (U, S. No"t 1)) I.R.C. and end' floe t
out that the newly installed

tractive coquina between boulders the lanes, In the"Island" of The following telegram was Office Hours: Mon.-Sat 5 PM.9 P.M., I

U. S .1 just south of Seminole sent to Governor Nelson Rocker also by appointment. .
Street, are a traffic hazard. feller of New York in Albany,
The boulders are beautiful, but N.Y., out of the Titusville West. 267-8969 '
, ern Union office Tuesday night.: I Ir'
we think people should take another
look at them before doing "Weleome to the extremists. Our DISOTO
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anything that would make them AH /1 I-SO: 1tnd.Ufh' .
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permanent. e s; ihrouansolicit ,
Wiiani 17 ."<
Frankly they hide from viewof 'ea,
people turning cant on Sem i:1 QJ
lnole Street the northbound traffic t
lanes of U. S. 1 and the l -
J LaW iiy
the"('rosa Clinton over"Motel.traffic in. front of '

We're very much for highway
beaudfication. In fact we've f

thought neighbors about, a block trying south t'j of get these our Vi!I 7 I I NO MONEY DOWNI! iikDODOI

boulders, to go together and
beautify an "island" or two in I
that area and maintain them. FREE MOUNTING

But we're also Interested In I .
highway safety and feel the two t I INSTANT CREDIT /d150tv'esee; 'II.
be combined
can .
On recent trips Into South for holders of charge plates

Florida we noticed how various ', With a and national credit cards
business firms along the way w
"took over" beautification of the
"Islands" of U. S. 1 in front of ",' \1 -f\\ SAVINGSACCOUNT ,

their entrances. Perhaps the co- tr

for those who 1{ - I'

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make ends meet
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lema for underarm many who prob-"Kddnpaired @ emergencies, save now for the future. With savings account .'

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akin and clothing: is po -
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Letters From Our Readers Right Left Wing Wing: :You Why ire? a Dirty Right Wing:J Why 3 M.FLORIDA'S .

'I Orbit i Way Station Subject ,I

Explain Mims Jaycees luring a meeting, a member It plans to come alt ai a guest at
fined" ifntr even mentioning whore ''One of our meetings If you're CROWING
Editor fASTEST
: 'to* work. male of good standing and character -
The Mima Jaycees, since becoming Third, the Jaycees are NOT a chances are, )'Ou'n join
n new chapter, Jiave member of the Senior Chamberof up GAS UTILITY BRINGS
n Of Boeing Study For NASAAn gained quite a few member* Commerce. They cannot dictate Steve Pantano '

way.and 1iav We several have the projects endorsement tinder what the Jaycees can or Mims NATURAL GAS To1 ,.
cannot do. -
' of most businesses, plus the T1TUSVILIJE ,
The main function of any Jaycee ? ;t
,; An orbital way station from checked out for launching at the way to put large payloads into blessings of Rev. Joe poat- chapter it community service Typical
\ which men could assemble and station, then pushed safely away space It generally is associatedwith wright. However, there]} are through leadership training. Editor: .
I service space vehicles while circling Tiom the facility and launchedby planning for missions In the many Individuals who dp not You'll find that, In most estab- After reviewing various news trty Get tompatiy ''If florlda' bra ttMu&ht '
r.Ii the earth hundreds of miles radio control. 1970-89 time period. know what Jaycees are, orj]"hat lished cities the Jaycees are behind media, I rind the following to littoral' (M *: BrewnJ 'County. Live modem
m spoce will be the subject of a they stand for Allow me to clear and MM money with' natural! ft for eWnfchtm ""
Space craft returning from a Boring will use some of NASA most programs You might be typical of the Pros and Cons
study by The Boeing Company a few of the questions in Mating( ft air conditioning. krthe*tsp.
,mission could be docked at the up of
a studies: concerning Interplanetary lay they're the working ants presented to the American eommtrtM. A.Industrial
for The U S. National Aeronau minds. Ing enter "heating and many "
elation and relaunched later, missions basis for many community. Those who are
as a a People in a great many instances N Through lee .nt>
.. tics and Space Administration thus eliminating another ground forming a design concept. Sev First, the Mims Jaycees are now members of the Mima Jay- Right Wing: Investigations by Corporatlon-we ala. ttepty,
Called an "orbital launch fa launch. Crews could be ferried eral designs of orbital facilities NOT afiiliated with the Titus. cees find that they really enjoy the FBI, the House Committeeon Idlaiy-Drl-Ca tattled. throughout' the nmHn.
cility"would be because to assist ita in chief launching use back and forth by small "taxi" Will be considered in making a villc Jaycees, therefore, there It being the nucleus of a larger organization XJn-Amerclan Activities, and .the All City .H 4IMI tf Or-) Oat cuttomon! amwivtoad
from earth orbit vehicles election of the best concept Ra no fear of consolidation of Mimi that is certain to the Senate Internal Security ky. un..... .1IIf1o,....
spacecraft The concept of launching from ajar said. The company will also aa a result of having a Jaycee maleilallze Every growing city Committee reveal the Com A
headed for the moon or the plan- orbit has been the object of Boeing examine methods og building the Chapter there need the Jaycees, but most of munist threat from within is increasing
ale, the facility could be
used facility, how to re-supply it, and Second the Jaycees are NOT all, the Jaycees need the support .
base study efforts for more than<<
as a refueling
depot or
the need for artificial gravity. consisted wholly of businessmen. and understanding of every Left Wing: You are a Right CITY DAB COMPANY OP FLORIDAro
maintenance shop. two years The current studywas A plan for development of the We have some businessmen citizen Wing Extremist. mPOftMATiON ON .aftviei.*eNvtneiON, a""A......&..s
Vehicles probably would be contracted for by NASA'IMarshal selected concept and estimatesof true, but we also havesulotricn Why flont you call PresidentEd Right Wing: Why? ... : :..
launched from the earth in sections Space Flight Center at its cost also will be provided laborer. etc. In fact, Hndick at 267.0312 and make Left Wing: You are n Dirty '::aN. I :zu;t-ISCI I M
to the orbital station and Huntaville, Alabama. The $150; -- .r..
assembled' there. From this loca 000 contract covers a 10.month
lion, beyond the influence of study which will be performed by
most of earth gravity, the space Boeing Aero-Space Division ( y s,, '.r tar'

vehicles could ibe launchsd using' and will be directed by Stephen ,
much lees rocket ipower than if :ft Rflfiar /IRnsar i 18 associated //t& .,. .i
they were Innnrtied' directly with the advanced concepts t a
from a pad tmjWOrth.' (soup ita the Advanced Space( ,

Spacecraft, especially those Systems organization I Ia
using nuclear iroukaU. ?probably Launching ,from orbit la being I ll "
would{ be resembled! toed and I studied as ,an economical ; ."
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Recorery 5! 'ilkimed-Ou Rocket


Boosters: for Reuse StudiedThe

Honing Company has be- company* operation/ at IVnta.
gun a six-ms sth twdy 4o see At ville The rest will !*e "Tarried
spent rocket boosters can be recovered out in Seattle, Waahmeton
reloaded and refired About 15 persons ere "etfpertefl
economically a study which to be assigni-A/! the study pro
could conclude that 'retreads' giam, headed by Benson Ham-
are a good buy. lin of Boeing Advanced Space
Subject of the study, which Systems organization
la bring made for the U,S. National i
Hamlin and Boeing will investigate '
Aeronautics and Space,Ad- such recovery systems ___
mlnstralion is the -S-1C first as parachutes balloon, bnlluto __ p N t P( _
stage of the giant Saturn V (a combination of balloon and ______ TS q 1
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launch vehicle. parachute) pnranlldcrs and flex .-.;'"IIi.. \
Tho study will Include care (rotors (a devloe shaped like a ..
ful look at ways of protecting I parachute which spins like licit, N' .. .,
Saturn V first stage from dam. eerier blade). :" !,I. '
ago when they hit the ocean durIng Trajectories and speeds of the -
recovery, and possible way.t first stage as it returns to earth "" <
of retrieving the' huge 280000- niter booster engine cutoff and
t pound ((120640 ka) cylinder devices for slowing it down also l
from the water. will be studied, IHmnlin taid.! He
Boeing will investigate the cost indicated the Study team will TEST
of refurbishing recovered
stages rely heavily! 'on Boeing expert
to arrive i at estimates fit overall an, Z ,
cnce gained from a recently f I
costs or savings Result of the completed study of S-1C fixed.,,
study will be turned over toNASA's wing recovery systems and the REE$ r' "ate w
Marshall Space Flight
X 29 Dyna-Soar( ,program
Center at Huntsville, Alabama
Dyna-Suur we a development 4 IA1
Boeing will receive about '$200,
program to build -a spacecraft
000 for the ,
study Which weld 1 be \boosted Into orbit
Part of the win be .
study performed end flown back to earth like
by Boeing people at the
an airplane Boeing was involved ,
HAPPY In the program for several uaetlET a

yean and worked ct*'naively itk'
BIRTHDAYTuesday on problem of high tomporat jPEAs

July SI ures and high speed created during -'
Dick Oardcn reentry, areas to be covered'
Harold Nichols In the current study

Paul Raulcrson The study will compnre the
Carolyn' Smith cojt-clfoctivencsa of recoveryand
Donna Marie Darr ,reuse with current ,plan for
Eddie Anderson cm,Him.only booster The
Kathv Gibson study would outline possible ap
Richard VaightWednesday pro(ichcs to developing a boost.
July :29 (recovery program If findings
H E. Wattwood favored such a program,
Joy Barnes' Boring Is developing and pro.
C A. Flood during S.1C foot stage booster
Louis Vopelak Jr. for the Saturn V nt Its Mlchixlporalion
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E Dear- Ann Landers: I am a 39yearold evidence that you have _,. Juat now mother asked me to See ANN UKOCIIS Page 011I not be handiest to you.
: man, good.looking, (We're glad to.) We have to go all the way out to may

well-read and well Dear Ann Landers: What do win new customers.In For pleasant banking, we're trying to be worth
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:: ;:traveled. I have devoted eo Job as bookkeeper in a credit unto Held Over some ways we're like those Avis Car Rental

;much time to cultural interest, and goes around telling everybody

r" music:, art and literature, that I (after three nartinlaj -

: Jitglected the businesa aspect of who owes what? INDIAN RIVER PLAZA
,,my life. As a result I have very MORE BIG WEEK national bank
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little money.
laniMUvn and it is more than I

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the credit'union but I do'riot
: :woman and get married but this owe

: poses a real problem. I cannot them anything. Several of my AND HIS AMAZING

.stand homely women and I can't friends da, however, and I an NOOgraMcTWIN AND IVE SPENT

: ;afford to marry a poor ,one, I furious on' their account. It is CHAMBERLINKEYBOARD i WISN I'v' iT TACES{ A WHOLE LIFE

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: money but I just can't look at particular to have it known that ORCHESTRA GROW UP
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them for more than 10 minutes up legal

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The beautiful women l>e OaQ
man removed at once? Frankly,
: known are all searching for NOW AT .
.1 deUtt; kirn but I don't want to /s11.
.V someone who can set then up hoi be i
responsible for. a family mac
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losing1 Ms job. Your advWe-f* A
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happen to know anybody? I will YbUR 5FINI5HED SNACK'FI
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a;aa Ch.: Cartouaia:0o 7:11II: Ch S Klflnman C h. a A, tka World. Turaa
:. Baft Davie, Karl Malden : Ch. 1 CM care. Court ('II, I Huntlni and Flahtni. ('b. a M,. ....0.
CI.1 Horaiiar.' Room Ch. t Vlnlnla Hoy S:80 Cb. I IioHoraCh. '
: Lawford ('h. a No..," .. for Woma Tine; Ch. IN... Analyala S Houaa Party
bat: ('h. 8 Cartoon. ('h, S Paaaword Ch. S Day U Court ( r1p ; ..". ::':=.;:-.:. 1-2,
t "DEAD RINGER"In II;:M Ck.. A Wart Around Vi Ch, I rilntalonaa S:US Ch. a N.wa, Lla Howard : )'C f'i"\ '
mow ( h.: a Maka Moorn A>r Daddy t:M ('h. I R...bid. I::110 ('h. S Another. World
('h. 8 N.... Mlka Wallaoa Ch. I Donna Rood c'h. C To Tell Ih. Troll ell 'N
:: Color At 1:07Eims: 10:84/: ('h. I Word for Word S:M Ch. I Dr. KlldaraCk. Ch. a O.l.ral I Hoapllal ( s
('h 'I hova I.Ufv S My Thrra fonaS nun a N.wa, Douglas Edwards p d s 5 )
: Ch. I Prloa In It'.h' :00 Ch I Perry Mann 8:;30 R S Tau Don May .
I 10:113: ('h. News. EII..ln Newman CO. t Knalin O'Tool. ('II. a Ed. of NlthtCh ,Vii 1
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: PQJSLEY'RJI.I.OW' Ch, McCoy.h. CO. S Jimmy Duan 4:00 ('h. S Match 0... 11
(' tI.1! tha Memos 10:00: Ch. av ri. JIII: h 1 Jari a r I Ch: Pftla and Gladys J1:00: C.I Now, Hporta, WaatkarC 4'jn t'k. S N..., ....d.r Vanocut 1 VJ
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DOWN 11.Noah' l \ 12.83: a.m. 7.17: 'm.
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:M.WIrrw reflection 41.Fselpendl.?:hBr'IIHIIIY AWing: : ;::screen Writing Revives .......,,, AII_ time I have she finished.dries things over aft I TITUSVILLE
14.Employ S.Aaprln fluid
115.Type flower 26.Storage Please tell me what to do. I sra
rneajura 11.a plto1ltr ,,__ 53.Ob.eev. real problem Helped) Ti I SHOPPING CENTERWASHINGTON
18Burme. IS a..1If 31e.seovel 3GJtlna ;Much
ao.1I'aut 1Ifwtn.
17.Relevant language 26.pI'II5'Casper 11.Dlaew U.May,In Dear Helped Too Much: y< I N
20.March 1'ObIt 'II(rye Fra.noIo bet it'* real problem and AYE.;
21.Anger 5$."or- '82.8eo1JMa M.MllkfMi tiopc'you* mother roads my a .
Harry W. Hus.lbringH.Wa :23 Calm aadMbn" Roaleep. 40.ConjunctloM
ewer pay attention to It.
D.A black bulldlat I 2 a + i. 1 6 Of course, a mother can dry TITUSVILLE FLA. 4
Hassetbring 26.A ihootOflTtUi 1 10I fclass'ettrr_, or sew a heetraiglder 1 I ,
W } she's'had years f
1T.A barltng
Named Chairman Iley /I 11& "3 experience Far more import t
2L or.eate4. fthan tee Shiny' glass! (lr t)
hawk- '14 ; 15 Nr fctralghl hem Is the "
: feeling i r FLA. OR cnAnrFRYERS
For parrot Achievement that .
Holley 9-Ktnd L7 1& "is to30S'ea.agealn comes from d
Ing something on one's own. Lb.Wliolc
Harry W. (Wally) Hassclbrlng a mine 0: itl a This world la filled with em<. .
of Indian River M.Plural: llonal cripples who can't make
City has been abbr. n 24 zs u. ( )
named Area Chairman for Char- 33 Cherished decision or- having made a di
let R. Holley, Republican can .animal 21 L& 0 0 tlsion Ire never sure It wi
didate for governor. 36,R iretST. the right onto They had mothei ,
The appointment was announced .Man' 11 F0 30 332/ U like yours, I .."
this week by Walter'tsober 39.Corner mono S4 bS f0 r: s. Ann Lander will be glad I Iielp I
of Rocklwlge, Brevard YfiKMiard t with .
County 41.Fruiting you your problem
1 3a I') 40
Chairman of the Holley 'for Governor pike*of Bend limn 1a tour hi care of th I
campaign. {2.,grTextile 41 41' newspaper/ encasing a aiampei ,
Ilasselbrlng, a native of Illinois *addressed
material .
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has been a r'sident.ot 43;Locution V"/. V V.1/ -
Florida for four years, two of 44 Skill I QUANTITY
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these of In North Titusville.Brevard He la HomeBuilders treasurer _......,..._ _r_ _.. Is -- TWIN t RIGHTS I) <;
tion's TOWERSsugar .j
Association, and Vice- aerospace force. I 'w RESERVED :
president! of Board of Director +K'. He attended Fort Myers Junior IiENT At PA TMEN.ts t,

of Church.An Good employee Shepherd of Broyhill Lutheran Development 3e I entering Senior the High scrvloc./ School-prior-to,I COCOA; ,'IACK'I I In Our Service Meat Department !

Corp, he has been .
builder In the area for two year "
In making the announcement, .
Lasohcck said, "I feel Hassel- I IL Most raw scar "Fancy Western Beef Sale ;
bring is well qualified for the grownin
post with a full understanding of
the needs and requirements for "GUARANTEED TENDER OR DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACKI"! ::
the citizens of Brevard County. '
He Is willing to devote full time

to Completes the job" AF Basic j*I i b'RIDAar CHUCK ROAST \$*lto 0 CHUCK STEAK z r r35c

Airman Richard E Johnson, E. Jctmtmt :
son of Mr. Ruby B. Bamford of to relined Into .... t.
Imperial River Estates, BiacayneAve. aircraft maintenance iwciali
., Indian River City, has at the Air Training Command
completed the first phase of his '(ATC) school! at Sheppard AFB,! Lb. Lb. 45rl
Air Force basic military trainingat Tex His new unit ia part of the ;
Lackland AFB, Tex vast ATC system which trains ',..
Airman Johnson hoi been eel-. airmen and officers in the diverse ? ., .. __u_ ..
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Completed In Brevard

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U S. 1 throughout the 72 milesof This week It was announcedthat
Orevard County is officially the project of four.laning between FARRIS BRYANT
four laned. Titusville and Delcsplne Governor of Florida
Work of four.laning the Important had been computed and accepted ,
north.south highway through by the State Road Department Th. Nuclear Commission upoiation with federal authoii-

l the county was started almost a !. Dorlda'i Rtipons to the ties in radiological safety studies art....'f .
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.' dozen years ago, under the administration This was one of the final three Spu. Age for the nuclear rocket piofcium ){ t i, .
i, of the late Govern. projects left between the Georgialine The Florida Nuclear and ,
or Dan McCarty amt:I former Governor and Florida City below Miami
p'l Space Commission, like Cape Most recently, on July 1. as
Charley Johns, who filled -a distance of 416 miles.
out the remainder bf the first two The other two projects are Kennedy and the ipaceage industries Chief Executive of Florida, I
in this state, Is a aym
years of the McCarthy administration scheduled for completion by Get- Figncd an agreement with tIN
boil of Florida' progressive char
, when the popular Ft. oher, One Is a bridge over tile acter. Atomic Energy Commission
, Pierce man died in office a short St. Lucie River at Stuart and the which provided for the transfer
time after his Inauguration other through Stuart. They total When in 19S4 the Atom for
, certain AEC regulatory
of pow.
continued under 2.8 miles.
It was slowly Peace made available
,i''t program ers to the state.
,l the six years of the administration The Titusville Dclespine pro to the public for the fist time
of former Gov. LcRoy Collins ject totaled $762,100, covered 4.7 the knowledge and techniquesfor The signing was of historic
.:k and speeded up under the admin- miles. Cone Bros. Co of Tampa and perhaps unique significance
ibtration of present Governor has been working on it since harnessing energyand in other than technological
Karris Bryant. October 1962, utilizing Its valuable byproducts terms. It Is unusual for the Fed
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it became a question eral Government to relinquishany
of how to channel these benefits portion of it,' authority toa
back to the people from what stnle historically the trend
had previously been an absolute has !hero in the other direction.
t federal monopoly, and to find however, Congress rciognUed
r. application! for them at grass that the piotection of life and
toot level. (property I Is basically and traditionally 1al'1M e ra
Florida was quick to recognizethe a responsibility of the
1 t tit. need for opening such a individual state and In an doing
channel and was among the first encourages the state to developthe -. -kdss
states to make provision for itat necessary: technical competence w
first with a Cot'ei nor'* Advisory and administrative abilityto a
j( this responsibility, .... 1
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1Ar state agincy Honda Is one of only seven NEW BUILDING One of two newly completed structures Corps of Engineers; for the National Aeronautics and
yl ? # states which have demonstrated in the Merritt Island launch is this Manned Administration the will
Commis- moon area Space building be used for installing -
Briefly, the "Nuclear
sion", certainly unique among the qualifications for this great Spacecraft Pyrotechnic Installation Building/ which pyrotechnic devices and for weighing the spacecraft ( I
[1 t the state's more traditional responsibility stands the equivalent of 10 stories tall. Built under sup- to determine its centers of gravity.-(NASA-USAF
ervision of the Canaveral District of the U. S. Photo .
IIIr. '\4d + agencies, maintains contact with Anxious as we were to assume Army )
i technological developments) in this new role, we did so mindful
federal program, like the Atomic of the philosophy of Thomas
-, Energy Commission, and the National Jefferson who has been credited
f r. WIN SCHOLARSHIPS The three youths shown above Aeronautics and Space with saying, He governs best Titusville Little Theatre To
were recent winners of scholarships to Lake Aurora Christian Administration, and with the who governs least. In this step Say
d Assembly Camp They received three of the four related Industries It has the therefore, we propose by bringS
I awards out of the entire group attending the camp. technical competence to evaluate Ing the authority to control closer .
With their award they may return to the camp next year and Interpret these developments to the people to make It more
free. Rev Eddie Fine, pastor of the First Christian and to initiate whatever adaptable to their needs and Birdie" This Week-End
Church, said the three were awarded the scholarshipsfor action Is called for to find application more responsive to their wishes, "Bye Bye
being the "Outstanding Boy and Girl Campers". Theyare for them in Florida. It Th.* Nuclear Commission is
from left: Tony McGlone, Lynn Bakas and Bob Watt serves as a built.in technical advisory Florida's response to the technological -
available to the challenge of this age.I .
wood.-S-A( Photo). group Titusullu Little Theater has a Hiik Fey appears as Conrail The entire "family will enjoy field si ringing director.
--- -- Governor, Cabinet Legislatureand
have been thankful that we for July Birdie, rock-ami roll compositeif this fast !
summer special treat a -paced, hippy-gu ky
other state
THIS WEEK'S BIG BUY have equipped ourselves 00. the 31, August/: 1, 7, 8, in /a musical singers, I ttinacei's dieam musical,, which Is very! cupably Curtain .time Is B:,)15 p.m. Tic-
Th" Nuclear Commltf- state level to read and Interpret lllrdle," lets' be at Shoes I
nine min cmnHy! "Bye Bye glv You havon't heard anything directed by L. Andrew Young, may purchased
lion headed by Robert It/Guth. 't1i1.tranJe;: language of the nu en in conjunction with the Titusvillc until you'' hear the Conrad BiidldSi assisted by Jvannau Patterson, as 'n Sjv jr.fioin any member of
AT GOODYEAR. rie of St Petersburg, Is a balance clear physicist and keep ourselves Recreation Department,
informed of technological 'renmt chin'rographrr and Jewell lira II. the cast
of leading'Industl'lal and It Is filled with fresh, happy
WORLD'S LARGEST GE DEALER! technical people Including the developments so that we can be tunes and energetic b'I' raaen. n
alert and prepared to meet com
director of the nuclear silence
John 1 login and ClairetteMunty ."'. -w ,.,.., row.'a .
petition from other slates, and to
at the University of
program star in the cast of 2perlon
Florida a practicing radiologist tiansform these develomentsinto r'w.
They are ably support-
tangible projects which will I
engineering expert
rd by two talented teenagers,
and an executive of a missilo be of economic and social benefit -
.1 I Lois Cutrlght and Keith Smith
manufacturing corporation to the! people of Flui Ida.
Two of the liveliest numbers In

The Commission has a salaried I marvel at the future. the show are rendered by Ken
staff of two It Is the smallest Morton, Arlene Newkerk; Tim ttl'F IICISXlillalAL II I

,,,,, .' of Florida agencies, yet its' Webber! and Hillary Newkerk as f nit ; v# I
range of activities and Interest Off On 'Round the MwAfee family: El:)) SULLI I

l is extremely broad The Com- VAN bONG and KIDS. And
mission's recent accomplish. Cole of the funnlcit seines U
J menu Include the fields of nuclear The World TripMr made hyntcric.ul by George Ma- I I

power reactors, converting linn at the mayor and Jean fey h. I.l .
salt water to fresh, promotion of and Mrs. C, D. Davis of as his wife r
GENERUG'ELECTRICI the use of radiomoLpei (particularly Orlando formerly of this city, Dr. Barr Back From l rJ
-< in therapeutic ind diagnostic let th:s week for New YOlk
I REFRIGERATOR medical applications), protective where they will board a eight- AF Reserve Duty
Initiation, the creationof air for a round.the.wot Id voyage. Or Earn Barr has returned' to
a statewide Radiological They plan to be gone four his regular practice here aftera
e Emerg 'nry Network, the establishment months They are making the two week tour of duty In the
of speakers' bureaus tilp with Mr and Mrs. Judson Air Force Reserve at HomesteadAKB
the stale, and the co Walker, also of Orlando. .
throughout ..._
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'I N $3 J5 Weeky, Take a good look .t this fun-loving yourself in the American's great big

hardtop. You'll, tea why the all-new bundle of swinging options.
Rambler" American la letting all-time Like two size of rakish bucket seats

\ ONLY $10.00 DOWN Breadod sales record with gales up 46% over that recline-and you can have themin

last year. luxurious sable-grab vinyl

Soda Fountain So glamor-packed, it may appear expensive "Five-on-the-floor" Twin.Stick go-
USE OUR EASY.PAY PUN VEAL CUTLET Special -but wait! Your savings start packaged in a stylish console.

of' the Week with the lowest-priced sedans,hard tops, Sporty headrests, wire wheel covers
convertibles and wagons built In the and lots more fun-options you tailor

1965 WASHERS FRENCH FRIES CrushedCherry U.S. Save still more with record gas your American to your taste.

COLE SLAW AND mileage. (American 440 with 125 h,p. So get more fun out of We. See your
won best mileage both U. 8. economy Rambler dealer today. Talk American.

NOW ON DISPLAYPRICES BUTTERED ROLL SUNDAE runs this year.) The e savings leave Find out how rout h car you're been

I Ie..,. ef Premlene Ice you lot of extra money to indulge missing all these years. '

START .AS LOW AS $169.95GOOOIiEAR Cream with CnmlwdCherrlesl it '


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I ..,.-Mad M .MvtetimnwmrtW.nuil. fttnt fc..l..-i.p.iil modals.CANAVERAL .

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PHONE 267-3013 j' ._ CBS.TV Wed. Evel 10 ,,. Ch 6 -
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, !Annual Cook-Out Is Gala Affair CUTTER: 'Val green DRU BIG APPLE PLAZA-TITUSVILLE

) Agency U MAGNOLIA AYE. I. R. C. -

Almost all the member of the '
JRC Woman' Club brought their
iiu:>bandi to the Annual Steak ffl sc Icli3afitleas SMILES Are "Catching" Let's Start An "Epidemic"
)::c.ok-out, held Saturday night at e- ,,, "When You See Someone Without a Smile .. GIVE HIM
she lovely home of Mn, Harold II "- w I ONE OF YOURSI" (It1* the mono behind thos. Cutler lmu..1)!)
Gray, 125 noiehlll Ave. w- Rubbing' AI NCO _. .. n
: Peggy' carporte was filled ,
:with large picnic tablet covered
with red and white checked Dine OutEconomically f'
fable cloth Hanging from the I 79C Sellerl'hinlfStainlei jseptopyf, IOm Telling were four mobile of 17 I C E "
lhlng.1 pertaining to Y'
a barbeque .
Lire.") At Cuttert >
These were made with the helpof S' < 29 Pint ( Fountain-Grill v
,( Peggy's daughter, Ann. I BLADES

her A*husband each guest received arrived the colored and More shavei, more fbffh* C R EA M ) ROAST

name tukl.tag The and guests flag enjoyed for their talk- g Db.W:: ; :: MAALOX TURKEYAND !

ring find eating chip, cracker 4 DRESSING!
:and dip, while the charcoal girl 79C
Were getting ready for the Saturday
;ateakt. Liquid li-oune PTS. Only .., 69 C
tEach girl brought her own 8 W.'vs loads of laity
:Bleak and the planning commit. w-;' 9 flavors to choose OwJpicIofyfLlm.1) / /
Ilea prepared all the other food. 5149 Size from. j'hsdng J.II,
'The girl baked potatoes and had
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and chives (
some cream to so arm*'
with them. A delicious tossed salad .
was made with several dif

and ferent coffee kind was'of served dreislng, with Tea ice z o WtOw TID LAVORIS

I cream and cookie for dessert: .. -. .- ............. ..". -.-.--.,,- : S4c
After eating, many of the COOK-OUT PLANNERS Enjoying) a refreshing dip in Wolgreon"$ U.S.P. 28 MOUTH WASHR.fl.88cJUSTRITE
guest enjoyed swimming in the Gray's pool while formulating plans for the IRC Requler pacage.
Peggy pool.) This| was a highlight Woman Club annual steak cook-out held Saturday
of the evening In spite of night were, left to right, Mrs. Larry flink] Mrs. Tom Mineral Oil
the rainy weather. The pool was Martin and Mrs. Harold'Gray while Mr. Peggy Jacobus 34c Size 7 c
lighted and the surrounding area looked on.
wt very picturesque with the (Inert qualflfflfflft( (Urn.2)) CLEANSER 15c Value

glowing Totem Pole made byPiggy's er'i reports wl* given by Mr. evening In the home of Georgia Ity Intro heavy tf tt W
I j husbandand: with tropical Agnc Stephen, Secretary- Vopelak, Tltusvllle $109 Quart UU
plant, Including a fruit B ACREAM N
Treasurer Pres Ricker again Numerous game were playedby '
bearing pineapple 69c Site
plant stressed the Importance of turnIng the guests and Mrs. Frances -SEIST1ER 54 c
t! To climax the evening, the all news over for the IRC Owens and Miss Marilyn Averywon ALKA DEODORANT
J group played Bingo, with several news column. the prize. Mr*. Tempestwon
t winning cute prizes bought to the door prize
A nominating Committee
,by tile Committee present a slate of officers for The serving table was b*,tuti- 59c
: Present at this year's Cook-Out consideration at the August fully decorated with a Blue and Large
.were: Peggy and Herold Gray, meeting 'was appointed by Mrs. Pink color scheme. Cake. punch Size ibC _
with blue and ice cubes, ice-
Peggy and Jake Jacobus, Bar- pink
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flicker as follows: Mr* Margaret _1 r EJ First Aid Spray
cream balls rolled In' bluo and ,
bars and Randy Nunnally, Tom Marcum, Chairman; Mrs.,
:land pink cocoanut, mints and nut "''
JetnettevMartln, Carol and Sally Martin and Mrs. Margie LSOSlse
:jKen Ahmle,' Larry and ,Clare Walker, member Were served for refreshments .. .. 99C
Simms, rjllisn and Nick Turopol'. Lynne received many lovely SHm4tn6 'ladies luggage
j i jac, Mike'and Arlene ,Weding, The next regular meeting of giftsOther. 9 Contour side 1
Bill and Glenda' Johnson"Gloria this organization will be held on attending were: Mar Helrloorrt lined ----
Monday, August 24th. garet Drai, Monten Rushing Spanish Cases fully
and Ralph Jones, Lewis and frames
I, t;Thelma Powell,, Rose and Theo MORE MORE: zz: MORE Joan Threlkeld, Martha Crlil, Strong veneer exterior Sunglasses MJLINN
i Mitchell,'Perry and Shirley Cain, Martha and Miry Cirlton, Manle JEWELRYEorrlngi Water repellent i,
Chuck and Jean Hecklemoser, Recent visitor at the home of Trimble, Sara Pappy, Virginia resists stains
Chin and Dick Webber, Larry Mr and Mrs William Rodriguez and Violet Klosi, Frances Sheel- scuffs, and scratches. "' 790 I
and Jill Fllnk and cousin, Rhoda and family of Hardy Avenue, ey, Margo Crimson, Mary Kaye pins or 70lrl 'vue-MOR.or29C S.I ... 5 7 C I'
Paul. Ruth ,and Tom Almnn were Mrs Rodrl ul't'. parents, Vopelak, Lee Ann Dria, Janet 'broeelell.YI"V'a.: (1 2h # : 425
(Anne and Carl Exlme, Mrs. W. Mr and Mrs.: M: Bsktassarl Scobie and,,Barbara Zlegler hug. selection W- .
l' Hostesses,;were liMe, Zieglerand from,Each'. .. 17' -
'j D. Bruner and son, Dave. While many people are now choose s j 1 Gallon -
sv -i' Picnic
Georgia Vopelak. '
w.- their vacation Jug <
I' spending in New g
; The regular, monthly meeting York City to see the World's Tttn.Town Club ',".. ,, 1 I.a.. "'' w 4' roam p/atie/ exterior keep drink cord $ I 59

I, iLJttln of the Women'League Auxiliary was held of IRC last Fair preferred, Mr.to end get Mrs.away Baldassari from the Teen.Town Club met last Sat REG. 4.44 4 Flip top! :cap| with' bui"I.ln Pur spout...:;::..... I I I'FRAM I
at the Center
evening .
I Monday evening in the Community hustle and bustle of the big city NeWO Gwn
ity Room., .at the River Lanes and vacation In Florid teen.with agcrs/ a The record hall crowd was of overcrowded 235 E i 'o nl's' '1i1'icfure Su..i f&i& i I II
I Bowling Alley with Mrs. Shirley Mr Balilasssrl is In the exporting hut the young people n.
Rlcktr; President, presiding / business He exports to danced MIRROR I e ,",'a ,hw? EVEHREADYFIASHU6HI
Member Spain, Central and South America
J present were Mrs. Service men attending/ us
Mildred Welly Mrs. Margie They are planning to retireIn y
guests were Lewis Oath and Mike
k Walker, Mrs'Kay Phillips, Mr*. about two years to Florida.' Polchlopcck: both former members .95 ;
i Lee Simon Mr. Sally Martin, of the club. 1'J ONLY
:Mr. Margaret Marcum, and Baby ShowerA Adult Chaperones were: Mr. 't'a4., !I BATTERIES !
.Mr*. Agne Stephen Baby Shower was given In and Mr*. Joe Ponds, Mr and Y
j honor of Mrs Lynne Tempest, and Mrs Bob Comparato Mr. ttt r
meet-ing: Delano Avenue, last Thursday See I IRe NEWS on Page :3 J.e -- w CURAD i i 20c Value
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310 returning ,to Camp La Noche on Sunday for another
week in left to Malott,.
training courses were right Roy Quick Freien Headleis Center Cut Special) Lady Betty r
Joe Ferguson and Ed Freeman. These boys are all First
Class Scouts who.have earned and passed the Board of SHRIMP J9c HAM SLICES 99c PRUNE JUICE oT 1, 39c
Review for their Star Badge which will be awarded at the LB.

forthcoming Court.of Honor i in August. I -- --_-_-.-.. -.'---"-.',-

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I Continued from Page 2C baby granddaughter, left last I F R Y E R 5 2 7c

and Peggy M...Tindall... R. V. Ashley and Mri. two Saturday vveek In to Taylor visit ,Mends Michigan and relatives for Average

Music rendered the Icemen 1..h.
wan by ,
Mrs. Made Murphy with her I
Band from Orlando. Next
son Levels, stopped by on her
night the band from _
Saturday -: =;-
way home from a year's tour of
Orlando will be "The Dimenslons" .
Europe, North Africa and Southeast / / ;
Asia, to visit her sister, Mrs. = ....................-..= ::=o=. =:"'-_ _
Last Saturday evening II new --
C. O. Prowse Jr., and family In
memberships were sold thus
this court. This was a Sabbaticalyear
bringing the total membershipin
Teen-Town Club to 358, which during which she made Save At A&P! "Super-Right" Quality Short Shank (Whole or Half Hams, Lb. 49c)
movies of the countries she vis'Ited
is an all time high.

Bear All Smokey the Reading children Bear Club Reading in have the Smokey enjoyed Club tnce Senior Miss to classes High Jeanetta share School with at Collins Pompano her Social, who Beach, Set'has H A M S COOKED FULLY For Shank I ion 43 C

the summer of reading and listening been visiting her parents Mr. .
and Mrs Eail Collins here the I..h.J
( to stories and seeing movies. .
Tuesday, August 4th, will con past month, returned to Little I
elude this Summer Program, Rock, Ark., to enroll as a studentat 0 .- -.. .- -- .--=:- -
sponsored by the IRC Woman's the Nursing School of the
Club. Smokey Bear will be thereIn Baptist. Hospital in Little Rock.Mr. \ ;r"iui'B".1! ; > : : : : I Save at A&P! Special! Jane Parker Peach or Dutch
person and will talk to all the Clarence Stark of Orlando i
children Road, left on a business trip for : PLAID i
' Also, the Departments of the Bell' Equipment to Houston, Tex 5D STAMPS APPLE, PIES 1 LB 8 OZ.EACH 39
Club sponsoring this programwill .
Richard Smith of this Court ., .o'
make (this meeting a farewell n in. ihu r.i.70i. YYII rYYlbY1 il;
and will cookies and has just returned from two .
party *
punch. Mothers are reminded:! weeks' Reserve Training at Fort SHAAMPOOM. oNI.plusH.I.neggCurllSL00 S :! Save At A&P! All Flavors .Marvel BrandICECREAM
that the younger children, who Stewart, Geoigia 1
usually meet In the morning, will New residents in the Park are i +1X, X 1.111i '
i 1 pllpbY .Nno Ip1YYa1 rah IIIanYf
attend with the older children on Wayne and Bobbie Lee, 18 Pa. I '[ GALLON 49c
this last Tuesday In the afternoon tiiciu Lane, Bobbie is employedat ..._'.______.'.._'___m.4' I CARTON
the time being from 2,30: Publix Markets and Wayne is I r iii iii iii iii l
till 4:00 p.m.Whisp.rlng. an electrician at the Cape !
i It Save At A&P! Special Low Price on A&P
{ PLAID !! ,

Mis Robert Pryce Pines accompanied New The Cub Family Scouts C.mp.Out of Pack j 310, l 25 STAMPS INSTANT l.Il '10 OZ.JAR .
her brother, Donald Ritchey, their parents, brothers, sisters U mill IliU million rNA imrrkmi* of COFFEE $127 I
,on his return to the family homeIn and friends will spend this com E... UOs. Jar Ann hg. Creamy II I
Portage, Penna., where she ing 'weekend at Alexander ,III Smooth or Krunchy t
will remain at the home of her Springs: in the Ocala National I.. PEANUT BUTTER 37cuun.n II III. I pteW. | Ann p.g. Ann Page Spaghetti All Placers Circus I
parents, Mr and Mrs. Gere, Forest. (' .YUA ihr.nik Kim. .t :Yf ( '' ILK.PKOI.. I 14 OZ. I
Ritchey, during the month of August Arrangements have been MHH: ::H:: :a :NxH1. ._ i TOMATO KETCHUP 3 ..?zi. 49c MACARONI 2 37c DRINKS 41-OT. 89c
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made to have a group tamping ) u. no: ::0.--:::Z I::::::::: :
Mr DarrtU Carter, his daughter area reserved for the Pack. Cube : : :. ii,11 lena Brand Tudor Ale er Beer
. Mrs. Boyd Grigsby and S.. IRe NEWS on Page 4-C ::; I= S 'L\DDRESSING:\ saT
PLAID JAR' 35c TOMATOES li:2/25c: BEER 12 ;. $$1.19

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IX Del Mente Light Meal .
I Stere In !this area _
HImm CHUNK TUNA II/-oa.caD 3/89c Sala Only Plald'StamptMinute :
3. The Stere Manager will give you wit Mild Freien ti SANITARY NAPKINS ,
as.rd.r form. Pill In the order a 6/t flnf uSlta tartar
term completely.. ORANGE JUICE S-os caD 33C.a. Prices In this" Advertliement' goodMinute :
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Pain *-C Star-A4Vcat* Wednesday, July Jf, DM ''I
n .
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ten went to the picnic grounds
: I. R. ( NEWSContinued
: for lunch while the younger
children began an excursion of
from Page 3-C the Gardens by boat and path''

the master area Rick reserved Barrett reports has ample that way.this time indoors A sudden served for thunderstorm to 8 time chase, but everyone at it. Aug August\ Event..Sole prices effective thru Saturday. .yf"1Ma

cimping space for all families,
soon ceased and the excursionwas 1
their curs, tents, etc. This Is an
completed.At .
Innovation it the Springs. The
4:30: p.m. 233 tired but hap
group camping( areas have a
children: arrived back at the
large ctmpfire-size ire-pit,
school.! Everyone that
ample tables for all running wi- agreed
this was one of finest excursions : 4I
Ur at each site and best of all
that had ever been taken.
each area has its own rest-rooms.

This Family Camp-Out is an ,., .
annual event for Pack 310, For Coquina Registration' Cay :

the past four years, attendace: at Buses will run Monday, Auau.t .
this outing has varied between 31 to bring children\ living ,+" 50 and 80 persons It is the one beyond the two miles of the '; ,;.. : :iJ..
outing that the Scouts look for school to register for the 1964.05 Danz 5t. ."; +... eMr, Flaws Greiit'MNiIraai1. i r : ;I

ward to all year long. It is also school year. All cnilJrcn are expected :;T y t .f;'.....', ;" : l A. A .b1a.\r}.4 !::1y ".\ .d"dr I '*
time that the parents can get to register on this day, ... to l .
together and leisurely get ac 'mniported students will regis -

quainted.Cubmaster Barrett and his ter On flrfct.this .and lie. following day, l ;t i i;; ems? ., # S ""
first year students will be administered J..
family will leave this city Friday the readiness test for .. j_ ...; ,- .!.. 1r
night to secure the campsite and : '" I"" 1'1
placement in classes. Exact .
prepare lor the pack's arrival :
times of testing will be
Saturday As in previous Maid9; "
on ed through: this medium announc'l er Compare Grant with
yean, each family can leave and er date. ,. any other brand at the prlcolYou'll I II If
: arrive at the Springs when they I
: find it most convenient; how. Parents are urged to observe t 4A better find buy there's anywhere.Labs no.

ever, for those who do not know registration day and make every I tests &; consumer
: the way, the Pack will meet at .usibld) effort to see that child f ,, tests guarantee your
; the. Civic Center, Saturday ren arj properly registered for satisfaction In selection,
H morning at 10:30: a.m. school: New students must show 9 quality and wear-or

.: While at the Springs, many evidence of a physical examina your money back.
boys will qualify for the Swimming tion' by a Florida physician with-
Rowing and Canoeing in tl.e last six months and new
Special Electives. In the evening students in the first year must

:* mound the campfire, songs.: will present a birth certificate and
: be suns, stories' will be told and a record of physical examination'
en School Heal.h Form No. 304.
: many pounds of marshmallow*
will be toasted before tile Cubs These form may be obtained
and their families sound Tsps. from Iccal doctors or the Health One 0rt

Further details of this Family liep.rtment. Under

Outing can be obtained from The first day of school for the T *
Cubmaster Barrett, Asst. Cub. children will be September 6. r o

master Harvey Robinson, Committee r / xv* O ft ***** '>T**e-v
Chairman Eddie Mills or
: George Woerner, publicity, On Monday, July 20, three Indian CHARGE IT!
River City boys left for a
: Trip t* Cypress Gardens most enjoyable week at 4-H
236 excited Elementary School camp. These boys were Charlie .
Children from Coquina School Woerner, Richard Woerner and

left by bus at 8:00: a.m. last Fri. Raymond lioffmgn, all from the a LUXURY 186-COUNT LONG-WEAR ISO-COUNT
day for Cypress Gardens as a Coquina Elementary School 4-H Princess Shredded

part of their nature study activities Club
in the Summer Recreation WHITE __ PERCALES WHITE MUSLINS
This year the camp was heldat
Program. Four buses were Camp McQuarrie in Lake FOAM PILLOWSNon

-. required to transport the child. Court) Theso and other boys 72x108" Flat..or 1 JJ 72x108"; 8Ix99'% or 1 AJ
ren.Nine from the Tltusvillu area left for
teachers, two student assistants camp from Rlvervlcw Elementary Allergic Elasticized Twin Fitted Elasticized Twin Fitted
Mr. Luther Rogers the
Piinclpol, and the four bus drivers cities School participating at 11:30: from a.m.BrevardCounty Other Dusilesa 88 C REGULARLY 2.29 REGULARLY..98IxIOS" .

served as chaperones for the were Melbourne, Eau 81x108"; or Elasticized O 1"f ; or Elasticized
excursion The buses arrived at Wlll Not Mildew
Gallic, Cocoa and Mimi 1.1 84
the Gardens at 10.45 While
a.m. The Brcvard County bus Double FiltedJ Double Fitted
the children ate their
younger rived at Camp McQuarrie ar.\\ '
picnic lunches, the older child. 1 REGULARLY 2.49 REGULARLY 2.09
1:30: p.m. The first thing! ,
took electric boat
boys did was to get assigned to
rides the Canals of
through Cypress
their cabins After that every.
Gardens. In the remaining Te' "wy "1
body got a very thorough look at
time, the older children: \ walked 2 gyp"GRANT
through the paths of the Gardens camp. Traditional Tufted Beauty!

and bought souvenirs at the gift Other counties participating in Er

shop that week at 4-11 camp were Citrus Wedding Ring Design

At 13:00: noon, all children assembled llcrnando and Levy. "tk
on the lakeshore to When all the busses arrived, e h c S !lf
watch the water show. This the boys hopped Into their bathIng -
thow included water skiing and suits and took their" swim CHENILLE BEDSPREADWashable
Jumping by some of the top skiersin ming teat That just about wrapped
the field- Two coined/: acts up the days activities.
and the building of a pyramid Tuesday the boys had to begin
on skis were highlights of the a tight daily schedule which be. cotton chenille bedspreads ......;
show. Ian at 7 a.m. and ended with l Suporslse double or twin MAID'
: Following this, the older child. Ste IRe NEWS; en Pagt I-C MATTRESS COVERS
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LIVING ON t t'h tr
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world It's ai Important GRANT MAID SOLID &
to save time as

t'' It Is to save monty.Wo STRIPE BATH TOWELSSale2l r + cr ,
Na II can help you to a f r t

? do both! '" ..;i'.

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Save time by doing all your banking ) ._
: under ono roof. Enjoy our complete rang of ,.
banking services. Enjoy saving money too. ki :

with our liberal Interest rates. if .'qtr .. t f Thick and thirsty-
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COMPLETE SERVICES Colorfast mix or match

;rtF.. ., Stripes Solids
Checking Savings Safe Deposit ,
Loans for Any Worthwhile Purpose ,. COORDINATED SCULPTURED
> .*. 'La.S Sensational value buys'

PAID ON Sale 77 Hand Towel 39c
21x36 Mat or 27* Octagon'
4 cr1.0 TIME SAVINGS each Wash Cloth 20c


On All Othr Our 'Mogte Value' Solid by Cannon Hind l, 7t< to '1.00
3%% Savings DepositsA Heavyweight cotton terry. Tucker-free dobby bor. Tiny flaws won't afSPECIAL 3 lost 1.99
der. Jumbo cite Rainbow of pastels & deeptones.Crantiown feet looks or wear. PURCHASE
Machine washable viscose rayon pile. Non-skid

FULL SERVICE BANK 'Roto Clu.'.,' Print COTTON TERRY KITCHEN TOWELS Solt/ 'Uri.Tee' foam back won't crack, peel
Lovely iwnel print with pink, blue or gold roseson Color-keyed to match our'Magic Value' towels
North Brevard's Only Home Owned Bank snowy white cotton terry Giant 3-U4U' sire I' lUlled Lint-free strip! ,Coord-checks.! Sale! 3fo77C 27x4* Bath Rug *.oa

FIRST IN NAME FIRST IN SERVICE Hand Towels. 59. Wash CI.thl., ... 29 5IOUUIIY: 1 Iw $1' Matching Lid Cover_ _ _ i.Mr"

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Wednesday, July 29, 1964 Trtvtvnto" PbrMa( ) It..-........ PI". J-C FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover new civil rights legislation and tlon, custody or confintmttt a?. ,
stated thttt officials' utlcnditig the its relationship to law enforcement ter conviction of a crime which. I
Conferences conferences will be providedwith on all Icvils The satire is a felony under the laws of the II
I ; FBI Sponsoring Three Specialized Law Enforcement i, full information pertaining will also contain a complete discussion stale where the crime occurred. I

In the FBI's responsibility under : of the provisions of the According to Mr. Santoiana,
Special Agent 1ft' Charge J. F. and Orlando, Florida on July lie Law 88 352)), 1n addition to a and law enforcement agencies |.t.
the Civil Rights act of 14. Mr. Fugitive Felon Act in an .rCort( chiefs of police, sheriffs, Itat.altol'1'V' .
Santoiani, Jr, of the Tampa 30 July 31 and August 13. respcuivi.lv review of the provisions of the this area The meetings are beIng Hoover dated that the nation Jewelry Depl.
Felon Act. to Inform local agencies of (thl* county solicitors pro-
Office of the FBI hal announcedthat The purpose of the Fugitive Md In connection with aseilcs wide conferences are being heldm
According to Mr. Santoiana, services: which can he renderedby see'ut in Jl attorneys and constables
law of thl'O\I''l1out\ view of the requests
specialized enforcement: conferences is to discuss the i conference numerous
conferences would be sponsoredby provisions of the newly enacted ins inferences will be attended the Nation between now and August which have been received from (the FBI when a fugitive has. have been invited to at- INVENTORYCLEARANCE
the FBI at Tampa, Sarasota Civil Rights Act of 1984 (Pub. by representatives of the FBI 28, 1964 police executives concerning the fled the state. to avoid piosciu send
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Today through Teasday
Bargains never
a before offered In coy
of our departments
Many 'Items too numerous .
I to lid Stop by

your favorite Eekerd's
and browse--our courteous
sales personnelwill
ELECTRIC FAN CLOSEOUT SALE! cheerfully welcomeyou
SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAYYou'll ( 1 I Iw to this gala

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lore to shop your Eckerd Drug Store

FASCO Conveniently Located Near You 21 In. 12
BREEZE BOX A" a. Rtg. tic
Table Fan, Floor Fan, Wall Fan 1)) 1A
20.$",. 2..d ._..b.. 1Imi
Genlral Electric sal with "f..11 ..-.1.1Mod.1 532 PARK AVENUEIN PLAY BALLBig
A103 10.ln. 99 -d.
10 In. Extra
2 Speed with I Compo Durable Play BtllMore
Enclosed Case I. S34.95 up 1 1899 Bounce and 44c
Longer Life
6..1 :... Nl1..dnea.I.A .u. plan
GE 10' FAN ::::r.. : : 11099 PINT P.Idleg b.dl. is, a t 1
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SUPERLECTRIC FAN ?; i r:8 9.44 SPECIALI! hn.l- Big 2I We hare e few left-

SCHICK Steel Stainless DI BI.d..' C $2.98 44 Gallon .buy now while the price
93 'il1JI I it right-our stock it
a ''' Io. ............ Ice Reg. 1.49-LlmiHk 1 VALUEDAVIS low and the choice It
.1' Men'sSWIM limited-but bargain'

.' .t.! h. Chest GLEEWte 1 43C WATERINGCAN e galore. Assorted diamonds -
\ 1 available 'in
Cold Peck
Bridal Sets, Dinner
21 Qt.
I .JI. Self Big.Insulat. I r MODESS1V"FORM I., .fU-i.,. 79C SUPER Rings, Cocktail Rings
1 log Styrofoam la- tut (limit 11) DEFROSTER 166 ond Pendants.

,. Chest Reg. 2.79 I

"Similar to Illustration 299Ke'PI SUITAssorted KAOPECTATE rrrBISODOL ; )I.- 51

food Ice cold for days _
Compare at 4.19.STYROFOAM. Slits & Colors ECKERDSTATIONERY rrFi
To Choose AIRSICK a-.Dad-tan-eer-.l..a-a.qIts. 27(
lu.h 11 t t4u tw

Ml .1.. with lid ..h""' IIC.mpgr. ..,. Ic.,- .... 29'( i 169 coo' ( Quality SlaEnvelopes wry ''zti
This Me. 2.49 Rtoulir MINTS E:: I 49 or no freezer work or any in men minutes Rfritersiut With I 150 Shoots, Rag SO ite 49 C

1 wr CHARCOALGRILL MULTIPLE .. 5e, ..ee.5le Kecpt.food frcihcrlonger.
1 1A DAY 167a '
VITAMINS .... aU4 CL1t" ii
o Redoes electrical bills
: : .Adds Ills l0 3-riECE!

9 I Compl.ro with Hood ANACIN Tablets 5: 5'-'-a "L= 84'' itfrigcrstor.UM GARDEN
Motorlied end Spit 4Fn si a hot plats TOOL SET Many styles for men,

Unit with %4F O a O o DISH CLOTHS o Auurcd wfcly All _t.), hairy" dulf'I women, boys girls-
Sturdy 1.In. dlnft SUAVE Hair with guaranteed will tart fM..-.. Wheats. JUr ; ... Spray 'u: 634L performance. _
> 40.
Reg. 15.95 Absorb.a..n II.. >k... F o 500 wan heating yoqdaeleq watches In Gruen, Hal
11 0 R 99 C element. Compare 39 brot, Waltham, Elgin,,
25" FOLDING t'lalhe.p.e. I ISTERINEMOUTH 14-0..I.ttI. .... 64 Ihla pried l Hamilton, Harvester,
,.. DISH TOWELS m. Limit( II Compare 266at a Disco and many oth.,..

CHARCOAL GRILL $4.95 ,, Priced lower than 'low.
I .. fu'lTlM I. ICE TEA Extra Large Si.. Baseball We service what we sell.
*-! ( ASS Colors' 22c
Full rise heavy gauge ass 2'47KITCHEN TUMBLERS :.9. 49e Watch repair availableIn
steel with odjuttobltjrid .,.... Brass Hose GLOVES all locations.
NYLON M" '"'. NvU" f I l
sturdy tripod: 1 MEN'S -
SOCKS sri L- 3 ; 67C Fielders II
'legs en e o I y-r o 111 NOZZLE .
0 wheeis-o I d I for and Glove I
easy itorogo-Compare r BATHFOAM Fits my Standard Rtg. LOS e oo cMt
LILT PushButton Value I 55- :4P
et S9.95. Garden Hoso. Com. rt

1 MAT Famous Push Button Homo Perms- 19 plop Adjustment First- Baseman 4 T yi ,
from mitt '
45; neat by Lilt as advertised on TV 1 to stream' Glovo /
Regular ";;
49cLimit S.. Miss Universe Contest! lotS 6.88 i II ,
19C Reg. .... Elf 59c ;r rJ: : :
2 2.50. (Limit 2)). ( dIU&JuJJStill :
Catchers Glove ?:?:r' 5.88 !

Full 6-Ft Plastic InflatableAir -
Mattress LIITr. G available/ are a

0] + ey. uoraa,...hM1Iy" /..... MAGAZIHE RACK variety of nome brand
ASSORTED \ ,fInI transistor radios' -:
COLORS ".'Itf. AB moral brats plated deceretlve maq.. 11 and a rd broadcast,
iii'. rack-Ktops meoatUos erdotly' end AM-FM, shortwav,
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:1 Value 3.88Reg. 1\\ rte With carrying!! cast
us COMPARETHIS batteries, earphonesfor

/ :;oM 6ge CASTING I BOAT AND SPINNING private listening. ,'


1.98 99c #2050 Gertie Am.basn.dar #60 Pace Laegbe.ch' gas.Oaks. .. PIMM 1 Srl. e .
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PRINTS eel end #f-C tftHofloe
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ryei 2 for 1 -PLUS- rod beet.Irk andkfldfe d. (s-. |.....14 sod wHdMl fI...cow mlM34J I
m.tee l.ws leg 1.4nUl tlC .bl. .II4I.. -.
GARDEN HOSE11I.11 ill prptab..whW 1 1a
\\ 1195 $22 4SUIT 13'. 2199 h h
a..ft. a 1f..I... fiMII ...... yet e free set el prl n with '""I rail .' film da.eloe.d, Xerfacoloror LIST LIST
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,._.--... o9cVALUE s P.we WON yes pick alp your doveUpod fibs" yea see "ky ass rag et Eettmu MUSTAD HOOKS gar-'Js: ; 15 1 *
Compore 2flat 24e film" eod we wilt give fee one roll froe, Kedoseler or Ibck end I
$S." .
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ji jj I i I- CREST LIGHT NITE PALMOLIVE S P1 VANISH ClIANIIlg torn Pine Oil Disinfectant I I LIGHTER FLUID 3 or going for bock a relative'to school: oway{

-j jm S t from home. Priced so.
f'emevs Sur-fliio ditlnfoctent -
Rsyoscent Safety 29'' I. slst.-/.,. 23e I 20... ,-.*,. 23 a II M pint 24'' 3 I *_Mi ltd Desire If fcftf. 9" low that you can buy!!
I light. S9c value d7kwlwRir J9c. li Rtg. 19s.JTB -4.e.C.-lag.. f19s. two and Invest 'In amore
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YOUR vacation la a Florida ,DESK.CHAIR, excellent condition
camper. Make reservation now. executive also, best offer 2670699. chief, experienced
i.xt Publication For Wed FriIt > er. Laundry and dry-cleaning ferred. Apply in person, 4111(
A.M. tlaL For Mon Publication plant. 2674361, after six 267UBM. -
Child Care Goodyear Service Stores South Washington. Buy now and build: later.

WANT AD RATES Used & Repossessed Special MANAGERS AND Large homsltes In expanding
I mnu. wordMI.I" For this Week LADIES: Without previous experience
per CHILD CAnE by hour day or ASSISTANT MANAGERS close-
.. area. Nice setting;
Chin See irni
week. Indian River Heights. Z67J5766. TILr 1 Used Olympic 21" Table Model you can earn as much as Continued expansion of Jackson'sMinit
T.V, Good Picture $4300 $IOOV $2.00 or more per hour in your Markets, creates immed in, but still retains pleasant
ALL CLASSIFIED IN AI>8PAYABLK !! i Down $1.25 Wkly spare time. Avon trains you late openings In Titusville, Cocoa country atmosphere. Tracts

"O.aL. ItaubUiited,ADVANCEX Aoctu.feTb MATURE, WHITE, reliable, elder. 1 Used G. E. Portable Stereo with Write Avon Manager P. O. Box areas. Applicants must be 23-41 are slightly larger than an
:ly woman will care for young e, aland sold new for $171.15 Not 1408, Eau Gallic or call 2.5407840 yrs., and muat pass rigid back' acre. Paved roads and good

c .....rled .DlIt1IIIF Rite Ava'laW.' Infants $2 ,per day 267-0288. 1. h A even nad year old $10000. Must after 6pm.COMBINATION. ground screening. Prefer mar. water. Total price is $2,995,
,. Jtequ.el see near to appreciate $10.00 SALESLADIES Tied, with some retail experience
KIDDIE KEEPERS Down $2.tt Wkly Manager. $105 $ with 101 down.
CASHIERS Including aome
mer-Advocite nnrvtt .b. : Ieek.
1 G.E. Console Ster
of rtvlsln' er njte 24 HOUR SERVICE Repoasessed ttockwork Age 19 to 50. Steady Assistant Manager, $85 90
:rhr: ... > .t which, tt d.,.:: eo. Sold new for $149,IS will let year around work on a full or ly. Employee benefits when ell
object/enable/ and to chinas t"lel. Open 7 Days it for just $93.00. 10.00 Down Mr:
go time bails Write or apply Nible. Apply l in person to
...,...".. .. sp edrerll..pt part
from that ordered to egoform to 5 Days . $7.50 $3.21 Wkly in person, Eagle Army Navy McGee, Jackson's Mtnit Market,
.th) eollep ot tkll Meek 1 Used G. E. Filter Flo Auto. Dept Store Biz Apple Shopping Washington Ave and Jackson 2 BEDROOM-$8,900
The Biar-Advocate will not !, Washer $4900 $1000 Down and St. 4 to 6 Wed.
Phone 2679570For Center, Titusville. Interviews From p m. ,.
,..""....1"11 for mar tk*. eec ft. $2.25 Furnished 2 bedroom home I
tArrcct InxrUon. nor_ will .II k. Wkly. daily 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. starting I Thurs? Fri. Mon. thru Fri.
'lltbta for *., error In *4*..rtlMm Rent t Rtpoaiessed G. E. 30 Inch Electric Friday morning the 31st of July. in fine location across from
OIoOI.t: rector tiutt bin Range In good condition $89. COMBINATION STOCKMAN golf course. Large lotroomto
th. .a.e..oeupne4 ky SALESMEN 19 to SO. Stead
$1000 Down $229 Wkty. QUALIFIED TYPIST to learn tape age/ ]
tho I Item In the tdvtrtlmnrnt, add on additional rooms.Owner .
FOR RENT 1 Repossessed Suburban Apt. Size punching Minimum 80 words year around work en a part
Gas Range/ $eOOO $1000 Down per minute, clean. Inquire at TI. I time or full time basis. Write or wishes to sell and hasreduced ,
Builnwi Office, H M ln 8trwt Floor Sanders, Polisher $225 Wkly' tusville StarAdvocate.EXPERIENCED apply t'tr Eagle ArmyNavy ) the price from $12-
Dial AM T03aiOffk
Hour 1:*) to 5:W PboM AM 7-3255 1 month old U Cu Ft. G. E. .Re Store, Big Apple 000 to $8,900.LOW .
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET -q frlgerator with zero Degrees SALESLADY Shopping Center, Titusville. Intervlews .

Baldwin Center ,LIc N across the top Freeser Sold new wanted for part time work. daily 8 I.m. to 3 p.m.
Shopping Ifk tuI.aedk.A Ma,l% t.M dalr N.wl ? _: V for $289.91 Owner was Transfer. Fredrick's Store. starting Friday morning the 31st

red Special Price with new of July.. '
"I had a coat like that once Warranty $24900. $10.00 Down
:. DRY WALL finisher hand or tools, PAYMENTS
UNFURNISHED 2 BEDROOM Alr,W Wkly EXPERIENCED service station top pay, piece work or hour, 267
EARN LOVELY gifts, plus excellent apartment i'ol suitable for of the above may be purchased attendant Apply 2 So Hopkins; I. 4236 after 7 p.m.CentlluN.n. 3 Bedroom, 1 bath home,
clothing. Have a DUTCH. small children. 2672739. For Rent on our Easy Pay Plan AM 79952.ORLANDO ". nicely landscaped. Chain link
MAID party and Introduce your For Sale Goodyear Service Store
friend to the finest lint of NEW UNFURNISHED. 3 bedroom $FOR RENT I 315 S. Hopkins Ave REALTOR de.lre.'red ( / Next Page) fence City water and sewer, .

clothe: mide. Kl.MM. apartment, tile bath central I Tituivitle, ria. hot salesman who doesn't smoke natural gas. Priced at

d. heat and alrconditioned..Adults PARTLY' furnished, adult only, : REPOSSESSED DIAMONDS pay Phone 267)013 to sell Brevard property. Reply $10,500, $350 down and

AnimalsDACHSHUND only, $110 monthly. Near Pirtle AM 7-6214. balance only Jean' Jewelry,. Box MK c/o Star Advocate. $0033 monthly P. and I.
Plaza 267l9t8.APARTMENT : Big Apple Plaza.THERMOFAX I 9' x 11' UMB.RELLA tent, with A Jim.
unfurnished. REAL ESTATE salesman to.sell
PUPPIES. ARC reg. TWO BEDROOM sewn floor, good condition $30.
istered. 1408' Carlisle. 267-0171. NEW one bedroom, Tile bath, utility room car. COPY machine. AM 7.5546. Kingsbcrry Homes. Manuel
attractively furnished alrcon porte. Rte 50, IRC $75. 267-1744. make offer 267-6921. Builders. 267.8795 after 3 p.m
GIVE AWAY kittens, all colon, ditioned. Near Pirtle Plaza, $125. TABLE MODEL TV, needs repair HollandINC.
76 Fern. 2872980.: 1304 Palmetto Avenue. 3 BEDROOM unfurnished, $85 .per FINE WATCH and jewelry repairIng $50. 608 Main. 2671397. Remember par your Paper Boy ACREAGE
month. 267.6082.FURNISHED Jay Bee Jewelers, Indian .
PURE! BRED German Shepherd :2 I BEDROOM furnished, dully maid River City, Indian River Plaza. EARLY American furniture, (2 U. X. No. 1 2 Mile 40 ACRES of pine land located .
service Weekly monthly. 267- 1 bedroom house no FREE RENT! North Of Mlms At
"puppies, reasonable. Z67-6517. nlch divan swivel rocker, lamp In city in desirable
4103. children, no pets $95 includes ENGRAVING AND bead retiringing. table, AM 7-3496 or AM 7-7021. Rocket Motel AM 7-3097)
APPALOOSA AT STUD. Pcrman- utilities AM 5887.: Jay Bee Jewelers, Indian While You Qualify! section Excellent site for
ent registered foundation bred. RIVER GARDEN Apartments-op River Plaza, Indian River Plaia NATIONAL CASH register SU1: large housing project. Lib.
Horse for sale Singleton and posite Howard Johnson's, furnished I II I FURNISHED 3 bedroom 1 bath electric cash register, $160 3 BR.1-237 Coronado .... $100 NEW and USED eral terms
Dairy Bead. AM 7-2338, after 6, and unfurnished, 2 bedroom carporte, utility t room. Maximum BREVARD COUNTY MAPS, pre. tables and counters, mannequins
.267-3974 I air conditioned SydieySchwartz I children. Rent $110.:Phone 267- by Depart.msenl racks Barr Wholesale, lit W.: 3 BR2-267 Coronado .... $125 MOBILE HOMES
Realtor. 1141 S. Hopkins 0748 after I.WiMYRN : In twotsection. Sold at Central Ave., Orlando.

Boats For Sale Avenue, 267-6100. BEACH, completely Star-Advocate: office or mailed Call Sales And Rentals

UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment furnished 3 bedroom, 2 bath, to any address In the U.S. for FURNITURE clearance DISCOUNT SALES, CONFORTI COLONIAL
sale all merchandise
trailer 14' $1.10 ( let). Mill remittanceto en
central Vt block from beach. Weekly,
floor. while it
fishing boat, with double bait and monthly or long term, by owner Star-Advoate, Drawer A. Ti- on Hurry i REALTY Colonial home In
well, 5 Vfehp Johnson motor, beat lovely kitchen, range tusville, Fla.REPOSSESSED. lasts. 2111 endm. St, Nldy 12' WIDES Two story
maintenanceprovided. 2675684. .
: refrigerator yard
.small wheel trailer $100. AM 71775. Shopping or 267- 267-1251 exclusive area This Impressive
Adult couple only bedroom home. Swimming NECCHI, auto- home contains 4 bedrooms .
2 BATII, 3 21 Floor Plana now available .
267-4387. atlc Zig Zag, like new, makesfancy
pool M7-85. baths. Dou
and two
HOUSEBOAT for sale, 10 x 30.fibergl. I designs, makes buttonholes in the
... Best offer. Call J67- APARTMENT OR trailers. Weekly I ROOMS FOP RflNT: monograms, embroiders, I all makes Jay Bee Jewelers, new ble garage, family room,
6132. monthly rates, adult only. darns, patches, etc. Sold new Indian River Plaza.PRACTICE CHICKASHA 12 Wide central heat and central air
504 GirdeD.FLORIDIAN I ROOMS FOR rent with kitchen for over $300. Balance now due conditioning plus manv other
16'.;JACKSON; 30 Johnson electric, privileges Call 2670610 before $59.88 or pay $9.98 monthly Lib PIANOS
trailer needs paint. Make offer. APARTMENTS doss 8, after 5 267.8BC.6. eral trade on old machine phone good playing condition, prices startat GeorgeBarley features. This home Is priced
In, efficiencies, weekly, monthlyrate. 10% Down Local Bank with down.
'AM 7.8494. *, air: conditioned, 417 Julia NICE single or double room forgentleman. Credit manager 2675530. $95. at $28,500 $6500
boot 267-5758.: Shown at your convenience.REDUCED .
13 loam t Custom bull' SUtet. GE REFRIGERATOR, ginger, 212 W. Tropic. 267.6385 WE TRADE ANYTHING
trailer 12 HP outboard excellent NICE ROOM in private home. lef hand door, like new condition Inc.
APARTMENT for rent New I
condition, other extra. AM furnished .air-conditioned Close In. Phone 2672350. $130. 1634-B Old Dixie Kelp Wanted
T-J8M.! room Highway,,, 267-1837. REAL ESTATE I
AM 7-28(16( or AM 7-6317. e
LOVELY ROOM for 2, twin beds,
17-FOOT Covia run a bout w/40l,p. IIANKSCRAFT automatic electric :
ONE BEDROOM apartment, furnished airconditloned, TV, private entrance NIGHT driver. Safeway
electric tart Johnson, Murray and bath 267-3096. sterilizer, bottle warmer, plastic Cab Co. 29 N. Palm 2672421.
.trailer, cover and many extras. $100. month. Inquire man ---- ----- I baby tub Also Sally stitch adjustable U. S. No. 1 frontage In North
Used only 4 hours. Call 267-7283.CABIN age Florida Theatre. AIR CONDITIONED SINGLE or dress form, Jersey covered I EXPERIENCED teletypesettertape NC Mints, West side of highway.

CRUISER;19' inboard, fiberglass FURNISHED, 2 bedroom, I bath, double. Reasonable. 267-4103. I size A, stereo walnut corner I Titusville puncher wanted. Inquire at Tract Is 200 feet with average I

bottom, built in 1962, less extra large, $125. Phone 267-3269 LOW RATES, clean private room .speaker.267-1840.Excellent conditlon Star-Advocate.: THREE BEDROOM 2 o depth of 642 feet. Owner ;

than 40 hour running time. Will 4 ROOM furnished apartment, electric /. for work men 267.6185. J'hone I FEMALE HELP WANTED bath Club home Heights in Country with- wishes to sell and has reduced I
trade for land, car, etc. Owner PUMP, 3/4/ h Sta.Rlte deep well
kitchen cool and comfortable p. his from $8250to
CLEAN ROOMS, working men, $11 formal dining room price
26 -6441. 13 N. Lemon, AM 7- $5C.U\ after 1:00 p.m. 267.2978. WAITRESS wanted. Call 2679902. JESS W. CHILDRE
weekly up. 18 N. Palm Ave., and built on Florida $60 per front foot. Liberal I

Boat Rentals -1596.- .------- 267-0234. PLATFORM ROCKER. $10 crlt room. For details can terms available. I

APARTMENT FOR rent 602 Tropic PERSON week $7? stroller $3., dresser, $10 and Geo. Barley, Inc., at 1I1 t row > uiLDi !
"" $1150 per _
cedar chest $10. 267 9281. TOP SOILFILLMARL 267 3022. -
.. Rocket Motel I, Mime Phone 267-
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGFOR 3097. T'aoARD motor;; Evlnrude: 15 'yy1tN I rM"rwnut
NEW 1$' and 15' run'abouta. Convertible
hp good condition. Singer vacuum :-
45 H. P. motor. ROOMS and efflcle.
lease, $15. 0928. SEVERAL Excellent ,8
RENT or store space,
Call 287-6086 cie for rent. 801 Orange St. 267- ,
20 x 60 ft. or suitable for of For Service furnished and unfurnished
$400 Davidson Complete
flee Located Magnolia Plane, MOTORCYCLE Harlcy homes for rent n' Attractive 3 bedroom 1 bath
Building & Const. No. 165, Good shape 150. AM 7-
WANT to"share; trailer
$125 monthly 267 1928. WOMAN 1243 5 to 7 p.m. CallFRANK In Titusville. home In good location.
CONSTRUCTION, redden with lederly lady 2676496. Monthly payments are just
LOT 58 100 in city,
PIANO cherry-mahogany, upright JOHNS
lass commercial and remodeling RINT $65.35 including taxes and
WAMMOU FOR with mirror excellent 342 S. well and septic tank in, $2,700
across top,
12 year In Tltusvllle I Licensedand 1 BEDROOM furnished duplex,
NEW AFFKOXlflXtELY 1800 iy. condition. See Landscaping Cash. insurance. Home Is completely
to appreciate
2328.. WUhlnJton8
bonded. Phone $85. 267.2207 after 5pm.
ft. with air conditioned paneled 1809 Hamlin Ct. 2676986. furnished Including
office. $125 monthly on year AM 7-0656 DNayahr 195' U. S. No. 1 frontage, zoned washer.
HOUSIS fOR RENT I two refrigerator and
Business Opportunity lease: Call 267.2866 or 267-6317. AIR CONDITIONER 14.000 B.T.U., I Bl,.$26 per front foot.
Total price is $10,100
SPECIALITY restaurant, beer and FOR RENT with option to buy, 3 2 SMALL OFFICES and warehouses assume ation Phone payments.267-7875.Free Install- 184' x 202' U. S. No. 1 frontage, with $1400 down
licenses, owner must sell, bedroom 2 bath, double carporte, for rent. 200 square J feet, zoned BA Automotive.
leaving I Sacrificing well screened porch, corner lot, with I alrconditioned office plus 600 *q. ST. TERESA'S first Communion
.established area business. Will teach fenced play yard AM.7-5911lfter I ft. warehouse space $125 mon- pictures Gregory Studios AM 165' U. S. No. 1 frontage, riparian

trade A real money maker.Don't 5f \ thly each. J. W. Cblldra Real 73766. Something New rights, will sell, lease, or 1
tv 287-5563. build to suit
miss out on this attractive LEGAL PADS Big Supply) 35e ?
offer Only $1WO down Call WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER construction. Built For YOU !Ir WHITE ACRES Sewer, city EXCLUSIVEORIOLE
Ryan Realty AM 7.4691. each at Star-AOvocats Office. Any size up.to 30,000 I Read Star Advocate Classifieds: water treea, sidewalks VA, COURT

square feet, lease 167 0584.: Industrial FHA. and Conventional fin.
or commercial space '
available. ancing. k Exceptionally fine home In

BUILDERS NEW 3 BEDROOM, Hi bath exceptionally fine location.
WAREHOUSE, suitable for shop central heat, corner lot $14.400 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, fire
garage or storage. la center of $450 down, $108 monthly pay place, all electric kitchen Inpaste
town. See H. H. Hudson at Star- WANTED ment Including principle interest .
Advocate: pink good shaded
taxes and insurance.
"FOREST HILLS lawn encompassed by chain ,
For Sale NEW 4 BEDROOM 2 bath, link fence. Reduced by

"AIRCO" OX-Acetylene welding/ ESTATES"JUST r large living room. double car transferred owner to $19,500,

and burning torch and regulators. A FEW LOTS alt condcentralitioning. $16,700d$1for $900 down with FHA terms
Hose tips, and tip cleaner $85
Nsw KctptlnflMM. ipplkttltM fw Copt down. $125 monthly payment
Meupincy.The final. sioit Inlrible 267.1464.1HORSE- __ _ CHAS. JANNARON Including principle, Interest, --
14 moM m 4ws ipMtmtnl ktiiltfin*lath TRAILER, top condition Titusville Shopping Center r pry taxes and insurance.
*Nrvl Moon ....-C.,.IClln..., all lights, 2 spare tires. Dick AM 7-3441
NEW 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, central -
SUCH "'II. rwl I Sundtck Individual' Richards, AM 7.2019 after 5 p.m RENTALS
al-co.dlIonln., and atiting flahllll beat ducted for air conditioning

Pie and sal Docks. rilmi,accessed $1400. $450 down A limited number of furnlih-
IwricM MiMn, ipirtmwitt $111 per month' Including principle -
LUXURY Ckildrtn: 'a Niwmnd" liwilry...) Interest, taxes and In ed and unfurnished rentals
stomp loch'liter ..lUurmt.Mcktul .. SEE OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE surance. available. Don't be disap--
lounit,c tfM shop slapping pointed by waiting too long
artid. MMtmg and Peru Sales NEW 3 BEDROOM 2 bath before
FOR SOLITTLE e 'ulltnl Grlttl tit thglflibotrd. large living room, double car calling
HOME SUBDIVISION porte central hut $16000,
wtn.ellO\lll, \ --- $600 down, $119 per month Including
Old-" 3 OR 4 BEDROOM i principle, Interest,
Q )mr .Mm I mini Mufti Featuring:
'.5S/ :+lM.: taxes and Insurance.NEW .
( .Iot
ate...shlrMN' .IMIwo.M.. coon tadnap.lad HOMES IN 3 BEDROOM 2 bath, attractive
.. .
ml limm.SIVDIO
LARGE 75' x 110' LARGE POOL front $15200. $500
down, $112 per month, Central

,1S 2 interest, taxes and insurance.



$15,600, down payment $600
FEATURES YOU DESIRE monthly payment $114 including -

$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYTO and insurance.Interest, taxes REALTY

IMPERIAL: 'TOWERS. REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on I Built By NEW $ BEDROOM 2 bath Conventional 1514 South WashingtonAM
financing. $17.500
U. S.1 to Mims. Continue north on U. S. 1 for one more down payment $1,800, monthly

mile to our entrance on right. For free informationcall FISHER CONSTRUCTIONFollow payment $141 including principle. 7-3858!

2675586. Interest, taxes and in
Eload 15/07.50055.DIr_ .\11'1..*. When buyer and idler expect


II AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK i The SIS, Salesman on Premises Til-Drkl! Call J. W.267-5563 Childre Realty and get better and aster serrlc

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Wednesday, July !t, W4 THusvlll (FterMe) Star****** Faa* ,1 II I I



Continued From rrer eedlnf Pale InstructionWEE Mobile Homes Mobile Homes Real Real Estate IN NINTH TUB CIRcuIT or THill

1 Services AND FOR BRKVAHO bijM/r.

ONE'S Kindergarten. Reg LARGE LOT on private property I BEDROOM DRESSMAKING ORIGINAL styling : :Do au'La "nor ;
MALI OR FEMALI later now, ages' 4 and 5. Opening i Shade trees and patio. Adults $10,850 $ ot I LAKEFRONT ESTA1'a'll tin expertly! fitted alterations for FLORIDA. a. Mend of the 'tau
September AM T- Mrs. J. 54 x 12, 2 bedroom, 2-door, ti>lf- only 2671670. Zeke Nana : homes with advantages you'll men's and women's garments.Lttllen nf Kl.irldm, *,

l SALES MEN & WOMEN H. Sechrest. defrost refrigerator deluxe! stove LOTS + Hopkins \ like. 8 bedrooms, IV"* baths\ at Hudson, 267.3158.PREEIII. 'and HKKVARD!: COUNTY a PolHloJ ,'
' For Home decorator field. Exclu KINDERGARTEN Central Baptist w/grlddle In middle and master $12,600. $500 down, $' .38 monthly 'ubillvi.lon .l th* ,UU of Florid* ,
lIve new product. Experience MOVE including-I and I., M moreLarge Pttltlonw. '
in mr
Church. Registration August 17, it, bathroom. BY OWNER. S trailer lots t Inside
color harmony helpful, but not 19. Phone 267.0382 or 287-3646. City 4 outside. Make offer or 4 bedroom fin. Iota t Just south of v.( RLlI'II.' RIOOJRII'r: l.d&llli ;
In area of Whispering Hills :
necessary. Protected territorywith USED TRAILERS Country Club L.P. BOTTLED GAS ;
opportunity for dealer fran 7-J243. homes Small (Route 405)). George B. Barley, NOTH'r7<< OP CMINENT: DOMAIN ,
----- --- -- f :
\ only $85 Inc. Tltuevi le INSPALLATIONISuburban KROCKKIMNOl J '
chise. Liberal commission and Mobile Homes W7-3622.
1959 Hicks 9t X I, 1 bedroom Moving Storage VA to down I
bonuses. Furnish background Propane AimiORtTY OF THR ITATR Of'rTORAU. :
and reference Box A, Care TI. w/ac. LOCAL AND LONG dlitanc WOOD St. AM tO SEE the !' WHOM IT' MAY tt>4'CBHN
mov den differentnew 2019 U. S.1 N. 267-6411
tusville Star Advocate. FOR SAL
1957 Magnolia\: 46 x 8, 2 bedroom era cold storage, packing, 4 BEDROOM: : : homos In Heights.S I In cl.lmln,I inrt to or all kivlntt Parma any and rl Mrlo': l ti'Illlii :
shipping, fur storage, crating and 4 bedrooms, all with abaths. Inlir.nt, .MUM morttit f'
InstructionsPIANO FLAME. 63, $145 and take over w/ac. free estimates S67-334I. down payment. Designed for the modern FURNITURE TOUCH.UP and refinishing other sun, to or on thu oortnt*

payments. of 17008. Oakpolnt Brmrd Ridgeway Mayflower Tltuiville. family and their many needs by also antique work, pirotli', .n.tflbnr .hi>rlnfl. .r dMcrt.. *
Park. 2CT 9052. 1957 Spartan 40 x I 2 bedroom. --- quaranteed service. 267.5733. bxl II rrMM. U
LESSONS. architect
Fully qualified! --. t an specializing in this p-ilwr with all unknown pn: M'rlulmln
,teacher. Beginners and up. 267- USED I BEDROOM. Very reason- Nursing Care field. From $M to $110 a month by. through, of undAr'.
9282. MARTIN'S MOBILE .. JUST $1200 tverythlng Included, Immediate PAINTING expert reliable and know .pnrasae who 4Md, '
able. Call Ted Confortl. 2071251. satisfying I work. Estimates glad who in nut known ::IM dead :! 5
EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONAL monthly occupancy, little or nothing
ENVELOPES Business Sltei 62 STAR I bedroom. 10 X 50. Equityfor HOMES SALES care In private home. Arthritic Insurance. down. Call today (or direction. ly. AM 7-0778, llw SECTION Tmm-Uflt dTATB MAAJa 05 l

Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp $T 00. AM 7-771S. 1224 N. U. 9.1 or convalescent. 267.89R9. 2 bath on COLONIAL HEIGHTS ItiK\ IIHKVAKI: ) COUNTY NAH H {
:.. Used Cars & Trucks A ADUKKKHKg: :
n J
north of overpass Spotless with CROWN BUILDERS >
for mailing. Full stock at Star. .
I.MI la Hndrl'kaa( IHIJ
10 x 36 CUSTOM built air con boot. Hurry.WHISPERING 267-8621 ----- -
Titusvllle 267-3081 Plants For SaleLANDSCAPING K."" ,> '
ditioning like new. Call 207-5G81. 1957 BUICK 2 door hardtop R Munnti-r, Indiana M '

a, S, and 4 BEDROOM homes, with and H, A-l condition, $375. 267 Inn N*. toil'.
MOBILE ROME OWNERS and without air conditioning. Zeke 145. Miry HndNek.on. .. '
I NOW SERVING TITUSVILLE Evans Construction Co. 2302 So. 1411 Kr.fl 11.1... >* ''
Munntiir, Inillnnn > '
HOMES LIVE RENTFREE B J NURSERY Hopkins 2673267.WHISPERING 1963 FORD truck stake body ex SRI NO.' met
COCOA 632.2927HWY cellist condition, still under SECTION ImSO-Uns/ HTATH ROAD'Mel
520. 3'* Ml. WEST LAKES. 4 bedroom warranty Make offer Plume IIHKVAKI COUNTY J>k.:$'

FOR YOU r a bath well and pump, et'nlralhelt 2670659. l'IUPTIONsPARCEL.. Nn 1041 *'
ReaF Estate and airconditloned $mo! RIUHT or WAY"i iTkul
ra few.. $20 down payment and $2a .... down. Take over payments 267 55 FORD. 2 door. Rill and air. 1 part oil, .i
Closest location to NASA month will buy your own run -- 8706. conditioned no rust, exxcellent All of FriHIonil: eprtlaa S1.MT.iwn.hlp
acre mobile home lot at beauty WILL TRADE for car boat or real condition in and out $265. AM 7- tl Mouth, lUnt afetf.lylni" .

Causeway-Near Schools ful Lake Louis Estates. estate $1200 equity in 3 bedroom, TREES? _M94. within I .S Mel Northerly lid
1 bath home in Sanford. 5'i ;
% .
IU: fMl Boiilhirly of the nurv tMn
Moments to Shopping. Become your Own laDdIonI.Don.t mortgage $72 monthly ''n'ludl'stexes 3 bedroom IN FLORIDA you layt We have 1058 FORD GALAXY. Power enulpped. of Mill Hold OUO HontlMtin
tear up rent receipts each and Insurance. Call 267- yard fruit I homes left, on lots with pines I Air Conditioned Excel. *), WMI nf .urv.y NutlOB4TS-Mi
Greatest Home Value. month. Many families DOW re $1 .5OO FHA $ and oaks If lent anA Earl of Kurvny b"1O: +/Rend
are looking fora condition 267-2473. :
side ia our beautiful trailer community 0711 days 267-3HQ2 evenings tit 10. you wllhln 3AO. fast tWBM

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---- -- HUNTER horn, not Just an ordinary ) ttrt Snulh.rlr of u4
visit us and let for HOUSIS fOR SALI /homes. Just 4 house, but a -horn plan for yourenjoyment 1962 M.G MIDGET phone 267.4047. line bctwwn' uM: Million 47S m|.
yourself the finest self-owned -- .------ and nlil Million 4110+1)b, uld lift*
mobile home park. I BEDROOM home last section. call today. 3 and 1962 PONTIAC Bonnevllle red v.y Ilea and old HUlloni. .tiring airconditloned
4 bedrooms a baths central .
end lonlml follow. J>
late ii
3 and 4 BEDROOM $89HOMES LAKE LOUISE ESTATES family room garage South Circle .c P : heat ready for air. From $98 to convertible, all power exceptair grate l on Ib. Weal Hit. of ....11..
on East Orlando Estates Road Drive Forest Hills $18,800. homes 1 and $110 $1795. Call AM 7(228 after 04. Township 17 Mouih, Rinn Nstain /
eta) centrally monthly Including every I nt i point MIMiSt feat North
Blthlo. Florida Rt. 80 $1100 down $105 monthly P. andI. p.m.
comfort thing. FIIA-low down VAno of the ITniiiliwiit corner of add
FROM mo. Phone 568-2761 Zeke Evans Construction 2502 Brit your location down Immediate t occupancy,, WILL TRADE car for boat"motorami Hmillnn Ills lh.nc run North I.'..'
or Su" millie fwl Ik. .
mar to BMUOnlnf
everything .!! .2fI-.3267. __ causeway HEIGHTSCROWN trailer 2(171520.( ) curve conrav. l>*
1 BEDROOM m. and walking!! and ) a kltTJIU
bath $300
R. No. 1, Box 364 down conditioned 2678021. '63 VW sedan like now must sell toll tkvnii along a4Aeurv.
5 Miles N. Of Cocoa $95 monthly. Call Wessncr Realty Phone 267-7152. thru a ovnlral anl" of MHIM <
2677125. payment) .'HA. ", dlilanu, of 120104 foe-Co
ESTATESHalf Cocoa 638.2780Directions VA. I wall to wallcarpet Ib. S..t linn of anti .
Route 50 1 mUe Hunter Park dishwasher, dilllOaal.t.ntra' Wanted. To Buy W'I lino of Mmition' II, T.waah5
past Bithlo Cutoff e heat and air-conditioned Runes M Bill), at :point

Mile West of U.S. No.1 1 on Hwy 50 extra Where cost.you get corner lot. Would like to sell, USED AUTOMOBILES: City Auto I4MI4I foe of Mid North Morllon of Ihi M Houtbtnatoornor tlenih'vast

I Model at 700 equity,tsilvforkappointment 267. Part. AM 73608.Work eorn..r of old liwtlon IU)
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS only A.-t slat*. thaw tontlnua .10.' Mid earns
Open from 10 A.M. Til Dark 267-6501 Indian River 07U. Ibru a central. in)!. of
23c each at the Star-Advocate A 287-4221 WantedWHITE dlilaniof 111.17 fort !ot'0I'21"1-
47itl J then lonllniw alone
| i yl'
()J a 3 BEDROOM. NICE 2 BEDROOM family room, cline thru a nniral ...1. of US'
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can hi mad Into extra bed. : WOMAN desires Ironing In IMIW", t Ililanca of Wu fort to
large corner room. One large bath located on own horn Monday thru Fri Million 4110+0111! tbono conllnun

es monthly mil( nf.. : pl 100 I 130' lot with giant oak, day. 267'0171.COLORED __ lone paid of 11-41M"curv ,thru a ainlanno a mnlrilinilii if I

JESS W. CHILDREl I Urge bearing orange and grape nil SI frrt la Ibo nod of old currofthunoi
mcnt. 267494. GIRL desires S
days Houlk S4tfKI KnM.: ItMJU'
'\' I.Jrl. fruit tres. $1500 down.: 96. regular hibyslttlng or house tnt to. Ih* hat: linn .of laid CKilon
ALTON UILDKD BY BUILDER. monthly payments and small second work. Cloyrlne Johnson, 519 II. at a point HI,at fat North of
ff air, oil heat,' mortgsge. Interested, call Wager Av th* MouUimil corner Ihnraofi Ib.nryroutes.
: :t Mouth 4'XT-JO' Kail.: 150.Ot i
many extras. i AM T-2403. from S to 7 pm. :._- .
f not M Ih* and of Ihli mrvty (ID-

r wood.Whispering:2 blocks 3 BEDROOM. IVi bat"h.-pt';;; ;; ; "' nti<'K KOH Rlsln dnrrlpllahALSO., That: part of raid. ..ctloll,
DEALER"I, $87. a month, small equity AM .. M blil will lcc...I..d by 81, KXCKPT: road rlfhl of way ..
terms with
7.6109. Ih* Hourd! nf County ('ammiMinnun, .....rlb.l ahnvol lyln withla! Ih*.
% 5494. up vntll I'a A M., Annum s, ItMii following dmorlhiid nnrotl I of InadiCnmmi ''
WHERE ELSE BUT. In (h* C'ammliiilimtr'i Room >t Ik* >nuo on tfcV rt linn of
FOUR BEDROOM. 2-h.lh. available LourlhuuM In Tllunvlll. Kl.irliU .
ti MIMS TWO aid MM:lion It at a point MM4Sfi
nxs block' home immediately( Iw down brlCon.5rurHnn .l North: nt th* louthwHt ootnxrth
: ; nl IS' a Silo)' rung.slATK ..r of, Mid b.lni on a urffoonuiv
.:: JJ. $5900 Save $ :: r t payment. 107 Petty Circle.: :207'' > point
; 'i..sruWaI'luni : to th* Houlbw-m.rly ant
0683. .
ACREAGE extra''' work. having a ..dl". of ITJftS: fraii-
Ihoon. from a l Levant. ....rtn. *lHnulh
INDIAN RIVERPLANTATION WE HAVE 3 BEDROOM, family room, built! rnedlf5ve51nn..nd. rnntrrnnuun"n5. ./ 7C3H94" Ka.t.: run !iulh...'-
J in well sr "son In PYhll Ia.ap.utlon arty iloni' laid curve thru a ouniralnflii
I landscaped
200 ACRES North of Mima garage .
2 bath homes tt lh arrin nl I. A. 54.5.vin of Vjii'WP1, a illniinc I nf UU-
.. .. One mile of River frontage cupancy $430: lawn. 267 20B4. : mil" AunuUlii' : Tllu.nlln.! lnrMi : ftT frail Ihtno Mouth ls'ar541'wet
upon Cs| .po.ii| of SluiM Cull tit foot I* a polnl .. tk* .*"
: ESTATES == one mile of railroad frontage, pays WHISPERING HILLS by owner 3 mount. *f .Ih.. ili-no.le will .b* r.. Moulhrrlv Hiht of wy lln. of HUM
Really, funded 10 'lu.1 Million If flan .
> bedroom :2 bath home $700 down knot MM a .InvaliNl ahov for
Only $650: per acre terms. end Miimlfliniluni ... nlurn.4n/ I'OINT or HEOINNlNOi Fro f
Call Mr. Iloyd R. Stone withJ. ;. BEDROOM $17,500 FHA. Law!! living room food Konillllun wllhln flflevit (1105) ltd' Point of Doflanlni, .... N.rt1O'bt'46'
Whispering 2 car garage Many extras *ft r bill* uri tuimnmil: l. KlMHi: lmt* a point, Oil
Phone 2 7.7145 or 267-2093. niililiir hull xibinlt' a nHIf1.4rh.rh a cum GOII"IV. to tbs HouthwuX-
S W. Childre Realty monthly p __U ( nr lilil bond: paouhl.l l in the .rly, and hivlnc a ridlu of 1m.
CAN oaten of ('aunt ('nmmiwlonn IqIha Cant: thanes from a serums .narlapof .
AM 7-2541 3 BEDROOM. amount. of fire J' eanl 10'45/ e5h.1r North 71PM'lb" Weal ran Nero
ma ;f1 hid wnl.rly, long paid rurv thru 't
down. $75
LOTOOmin: ;; No bid may bo withdrawn,I titer .
YOU Brokers Invited Realty duplex, $1,000 : wntr.l soils of a eaaa", o dlta flanf
clu.lr limn lor of bide fur
rorolnt ...
cant), Phono AM 7-4623 after t 178 f'*ll 1 lb. loath 17'" 'P'
: a ( .1 Uly HUH il hy.
tat 1Mb
P/ 'III"llhli: : ; Wit ma I* a point on
P.M. > unmlllxil h ll b* ,
slow ifnuthnrly rliht II** atlttl
4rg GET. : b.aA' in oh. mdnlmum. w.'. p.hewMuh Rued: 61 a Ine"nl:: abavatIhraiw
: r Services .his. h, n nUblUhwl. (orIhli Could M-nrau' Eat :Wt
work ky th* Plnrlil Induilrlilromml
f..t| I Ih.o. North S6-W30': Kaat it
.., .
lun und II a. Uhurlmrlmnnt. the of
FOR '| wlil h.vnr I In hlihor.Th land b..lnnlnll. eanlalta'
Tb *
llnivard Iliuril l of Oiunl ;; :
j e ONE ACRE RESTRICTED HOMESITES a TREES amall commercial Licensed In. Commlwilnni oar. Ih. debt t.r.Jal In Ih* (. l i>l* tus.iao fcnaluilT*4U r* last,

j ROADS NO CITY TAXES cured C. Kleillng.! Colonial. Heights. any and ill bliti anal, towaive r''i.'r.: ; l> r.o road right .{'
e HARD 267.8070.If any mil all lnrormIIU IntI..I.

EXCELLENT WATER e ALL HIGH & DRY 14I: 'tU .4ti/t tat Ion.I I.b...,.l Ih Inl.r.nt.. bill bond with or sea o.rllflfil nn.nl. UV/NBD oad wife BTi.: l.oon Mar*C. Hndrlakna Nadrlnkadt" .
.hn,8 of fly or urns (B'4)) Ib.1m".t

e All Lots Less Than /a Mile From U. S. No.1 lI 1 I f you have real! estateto !..
...... Airport Authority.All alma ILnurlokMni, aid Cob.
blil "Hid
sell if In boo mirknl fop
or you are purely riunnliin end wlilKiiln TAKBr'MTIC' ': .
I 63 FORD GAX XL 63 t.nlr.l ,'llnv.rd Airport .....,U I.. of Taking.boa that boa a flied Dalai.alto MIb
lend' rsa. :
looking for choice real ab.v.. -.Iyl.d l route by th* Pat
H. ,
Convertible "390" 4 Dr. "6" I lOll-If AIKMANnoAim WirKIIAM' ltlonra, th* aoqulrlng aulhorllf :fIh
*** praondlni. of lb. laklai f
nr. COUNTY lat ...*.d.b., .. land for the
estate class!
i I $$2895 $ use our COMMI4MIiNP1RNIIN.VARH tOUNTT!: / lard.,.* pat forth In the fllllii
'led columns. "nIARIIA la tbl I. tau*, vial Aa rl.lof J
WHY for a portion of Sltata Ban]
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-- July 19. in Welt I JNI4.I HO, Hrvrd: County, riurlda 1 e Wi
that Ib* Mnnorabl Vauar E. raajr
62 FALCON 2 DR 62 FORD I ton, ona of She Vurouh Juili'' of *
300 I /IIlnlli ludl.I.1 ('' ,.uit of u.
3000 I will on Ihi Wlh day of July, AfT.IWK : ;
0" St., R & II V-8 Auto OIl I 30 .'olo.k A. M,, In kbe
:: tlnull Court Chembor.la Ik* rsvnl -
$$1095 BESTHOME founly; CourlhaUM: .tJPMu*.
DOWN $ vlll: rinrlda. onldrr laid IXflMratlim -
TOTAL of Taken.( appoint apprahwr.
--- ".____. *a4 nuk auih. *ra..r a* Ib* OtuVtdMini
proiM-r. All parU. l...i...
PRICE x nit, aid all portly ..1...*...., auyapoir
Low 61 FORD 500"V8 61 FORD and .b* hoard at the tuna
t ,; and plan* .. i
You sad rob.5 tou. Ire anralvoimaild
Auto Heater V-8, Auto., to apa" rillag aAmwr
Inc. TitleInsurance MonthlyPayments H9.i to Ih. P uila krtofarfiiM
$$995 $ : BUYS .
milled Court, a* or brfnr (h :
._ day of A 11.1. A. D. I.... la 4
------ what rlki' nil. lni_*l. or nice
r you. or any of yea hay* U amr to
aI nf the .abov-4on1b. hMd.
60 FORD GAX 59 BRENTWOOD ESTATES Ins bow eua why Ik* aa1Mb
.h.ulil. not .h* iaka. toe tile *>*-aa4
"6" rat fcrlh I I. Ik* PMtUaa
V-8 Auto
I S69t' ? Country living In rolling hilU with wITNEsS>ln, my Manjl and lha.affinal

$ N.1 at aid Court oa vtk>;
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Crowing Up in 13th Century 1 ih
England by Alfred Duggan. The
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Deepest Hole in the World by
Louis Wolfe The Story Of Keys 100 EXTRA STAMPS with W-D BRANDGround :,, {!,!,
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Alexander Shames: His Poems BeefS LB. 1 W-D BRAND L jttjl, !"jl"ji'jijil''! ',,"'i"'i'-' > by Kaila; Kuskln. The King's PKa, !! !!!

Contest and other North African J) Grade "A" Dressed & Drawn .,.. .! (Tom. INO ....... 1114
Tales by James Holding Let's "
Go to the United States CoastGuard -
Academy by Roger But- Y u 'EC BAKING ANYWHERENaturally
ler, Mr Bumba Plant a Garden .
by Pearl Augusta Harwood. ,, Q Nature Aged for
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Daraby by Rit. Vandivert ,C .. Df'AIITMINT OIw
Children on a Farm by Jor.. | AGIIIQlLWU
Graham, Rumpelstiltsklri by 1 ; .; '. j W-D Brand SIRLOIN
Elizabeth: Webbe, The Trumpeter
of Krakow by Eric P. Kelly. '
Anfrey, Kato by Elizabeth Jane- STEAK
""way Free Ticket to Adventure rt I
by Kal Smlcrhjeln, Mystery of ,
the Marble Zoo by Maraud.
.Gof{ Clark
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PtH-tiy' Sampler bv Donald
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'Wintei botham, Malice in Wonderland -
by Rufus King,' Devil's PoundI
'Canyon by Edwin Booth, Ofchard ,
House by Elizabeth,BeltYy % "
Readings in Marketing by
'Charles J. Dirksen, Arthur Kroeficr r 'w rr-A .,
: and Lawrence C. ,Loc ey, : --.. Steale LL 88 ;

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liam E. Dar+ett, Rogct'a InterJiational Lunch Meat. LB 59;
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night Talents displayed ranged! 281 1-Lb. Can49i 1 1 Save 25* '303 Can J Save'Si i 1 I Save 1 10* 24-or. Btl. Save 20 Giant Box '

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through a Guitar coped Boogie hands to by playingof Earl /1'1 5 FOR 1 /1 i 25 ? 39 ?

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Friday afternoon was spent on FOLGER'S 1 1

Springs. The boys enjoyed their COFFEE BUNS
swimming even though the water s ,
was a constant 68 degrees F, Save 24* I l-Lb, Can
f 303 Can i Save 32 Can I Save 7. 24-oz Btl.! Save/20* 20-Lb Bag Hamburger or Wiener

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Rivcrvicw School at 11:19 a.m,

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