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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: August 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
triweekly[ former 1962-]
daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I City Manager Cleveland Tal- Included in the expansion will inch water line running southerly ed by the city, into its main ')'- Also Talmadga will' submit a ance In which Paul White In requesting offices proximately six sue in Ntt of j''

madge will recommend to city be a lift station force main and down Hopkins Ave from tern. recommendation as part of the rtroniiiK on T.acre tract Consider a recommendation section 10, towiimnp :jj:::, Mange :41 ,
I council tomorrow nixht an expansion gravity sewer lines from Olm- Ojibwsy to Route 50. A 12.inch A 20.inch distribution line Is capital Improvement program, north side of Garden St between from Talmadge for an additional from present K.IB to an R 3 to
program of water and steed Dr to Palm Ave. making watir line to run west to BrownIng liMO planned from the new water at August 25 mertmk on side- Ouklawn Cemetery and, While $2,40X1() to be allocated to air eon. allow townhouses and apartments -
sewer systems to serve the new it possible to verve in the future plant site, which will tie Into the walk Improvements and" the employment Acres from It.1b to an R 3 and dition and heat the IRC civic .
ly added area of South Titusville. an area between Paint Ave. and Ave in Indian River Heights.: existing 12.inch line to the main of an engineer for the IIV clarification center building The roiinrll hidoimerly ,, Retonlng application of Lincoln .
Olmstead Dr. with sewage. This This will enable the city to verve planning oC. whilewav street ( Si for the
and he approved .son
portion of the city reduced Consider application of Olen Turk, Inc, reruettmf property
City consulting engineer Char- lift station will be the sins to the First Florida Utilities system to a 16.Inch line at DeU-on lighting program both these projects Kelley requesting property lo project, but TalmadKe' found It located in Lincoln Park subdivMnn -
lei Black and Talmadee have let serve this entire area. No gravity: when the proposed Iff Inch lineIs Ave. and Union St. and run \ were Included In the rev rater) on Hopkins (Magnolia: ) would
a bid date for these expansionsand lines will be put in yet except the installed on Barns Ave. This south to Forest StTalmadxe rime Issue. Ave., across fiiim"' \ Magnolia/ Under public hearing, the to 113 to allow apaitmenh Zoning
Improvement which are la- extension of the sewer line to will further enable the city to tie will recommend to In other action tomorrow the Plata, be. rernneil, {from present council will consider: ; board has/ recommended
eluded In the recentlyvalidatedIssue the terminus of the force main. the water system of the South (lie council that bids be received rumuil will: R.IB classification In a BI 1 classification Iternmng application of Myron denial

of $4.1 million Alto bids will be let on a 10- ern State Utilities, already own Sept. 22, at 11 a.m, Hear second rea linn nf ordin to permit professional Green; requesting romping ap- Orange!: State Theatres' request .

( for rezoning of property located \
-f on east side SR 405 from
present GU classification to BR
Ry tu allow ('rIYI\.ln\ theatre Zoning
board recommended denial of
tarAuvocatcThe petition since some membtri.
felt that area In question was
o low and that one proposed drive-

Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents /t\., in area.had been recently approved

C. Fluley Knight's reauest I that, \ I
84th_ Year No. 90 14 Pages Today Titusville, Florida, Monday, August 10, 1964 .; 5c Per Copy Published Monday, Wednesdays. y Friday: property located west of U.S. 1
north of Olmntead Dr be rezoned

t f 11.111 present R'S to a "T" tone
to allow motel, restaurant and

JC Political Forum Scheduled 19 service facilities., approvaL Zoning boardrecommends

August coiner service 1..tI.of Plata'i station Park Ave request at and northwest for South a

M Zoning board felt this would
not conform to plaza and recommended .
..__ __ u_ __. denial.
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: .., -. ,f. Hear Council Closing Jl.ayvlew St., that un-
I, '.,,\ ;''f./'' \/f'I\ I used portion west ot Hopkins
: .;..t' .
I Board ChangesMeetingTimeA ., "" '" : Ave that dead cola into FEC
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.ir"J' .: railroad.
,. r 4i. !.. :.} Candidates
f I 'i. ... .1) Under new business, council
,, ( will
change In meeting tine has row cision on the teacher! salary '". I All candidates for City CounrilniRn ;
been announced for meetings of Chief topic on the agenda tomorrow question last week, postponing: ofr.i. ., .' l' are Invited to psiticlpat Hear a request bv John Berec
the Brevard School Board is final adoption of the action until board members further ,.. : : :. In a public lou'um to be held hey developer of Lakevle'wPark
.. ,
budget and e decision on teach studied all Information. ,fi;, Wednesday' I Augiint ID, T'30 p. to approve plan, ;which
Meetings\ which have started er'. salaries for the coming The question primarily revolved tj ; \.i I t' RI. at Itayvlew School an.'litirluni Use been tentatively opproved by
at 8:30 In the will be. ,\
: past
a m
around this 'I engineer! In J 962.VI.w .
year. a salary raise > spunsuied.\ by the Tltusvllla
I, i. t
at 9 30 with
gin a.m., starting the L ,
that would half : a contract
year require a I. t Jaycees prepared by
regular August session tomor The board couldn't reach de- r ( t
a WS elty
attorney between
mill Increase In taxes e
The fill U III. to which the ,en- city and
Also on the agenda is an ap '., real public It Invited will afford school board for purchase of
peal from United Fund for payroll I. I the respective candidates, Bayvlew School.,
Titusville Jaycees deduction for teachers.Sliggons' .4 l an opportunity( to express their Hear a petition from Jack Con,,,
View an municipal government veloper of Ro\il Oak to approve -
stud state their plattorm. toning of overall' plan

Host Dist. Caucus TrialIs lhaor It U hoped all candidates for rf subdivision which was approved -
the Council (Mints, qualifying by by county prior to consolidation
e..rewi + the August 18 deadline will .

Titusville Jaycees hosted a successful enjoyed a steak dinner and entertainment Postponed. actively participate" In the furuin .
first caucus for the newly at Florida Wonderland. I said Dr, David M. Plerl-
formed, Ninth District of the Flor Arraignment of Eugene Stig- i, tone clialiman of till commit City ManagerWill
ida Junior Chamber of Commerce Frank Del Roeco, state vice. Ions, 1T.'t'ar.old Negro youth tee All candidates are reqtiestel -
yctterday. president from Eau Gallle, was churned: with aggravated assault t ti contact lr. Plerlbone
In charge of all business meetings growing out of Mimi racial un- i and confirm their paitliliwUon Speak To

A large: attendance of Jaycees from which was adopted a set rent last month has been conS I in the foiuiiu ., .
'l'Itlmaed.lt! 2M:; aiif{.(lig(g Jam". I -
ol operating/ rutes tu govern operation tuned by Court; of Record: Judge
a lie. from 10 Brevard County clubs for the future In addition Tom WaddcIUMiggons ai I I liana call for a moderator to IRC Civic Assoc.
preside and to
a panel
a nickname of the "Mighty Is charged with tho
"Lost" Ad Recovers Ninth";; along with a district shooting of a IS.year.old Negro I expedite the session, with written The Indian River City Civic
emblem was adopted )'oulh, John Denson. questions submitted by the Anioclatiun will bold its regular
Mexican Miniature
The The shooting occured when i public. monthly meeting pn Thursday,
Jaycees formally recognized .
"'A "Lost" ad published In the the Wives Auxiliary on a dir. Stiggons, Den.ton and other Minis a pp r... a, l s'- Candidates will each be allowed August t 13th at I 00 p.m, at the
Star.Advocate last Friday re- tiict basis and approved their Negro; youths were walking a minute Intioduitory tvlv| Center on Hopkins Avenue.
stilted in the recovery of a black constitution and by.laws. Thisis through the Negro section of statement to outline their background Cily Manager/ Cleveland Talniac'ge -
Mexican miniature dog for Mrs. the first time a wives Minn armed, They spotted an and qtuillfiratolns/ or / will give a talk on "The
Barbara Carr arline group to b/ used In desired Functions of City Government'.
4U9 Julia St. has been officially unidentified car and called to any tnutmer
recognized on
The dog disappeared In Titusville tile occupants. When no one answered receding fie,, mssl'ag'' at 6 39
any other than a local lev.
and was recovered In Minis. the Negro youths fired p.m., then" will be a 'pot Luck
el --- ------ .. .... Questions will then be directed .
People were so nice I w'sh I a volley of shots and In the mel pilfer 'tu which all residents of
I\! to each of the candidates
could thank every one of them", It was announced the next caucus ee, Benson was shot accidental!) lit by Indian River City end area are
Mrs. Carradine said Saturday will be held at Lakeland state by Stiggoni.Miggons HUGE CRANE INSTALLED The Don- and eliminates usual noise( of the gasoline the question panel with one minute Invited Mr, and.I Mss Carl Ex-

"I must have had ten calls from headquarter during the Summer has asked for continuance iels Construction Company, contractor for powered equipment. It was madein allowed for answering line will serve as host and hostess .

people who saw my dog. I'm glad Conference of Florida Jayceef on in order that he may obtain the new Jess. Parribh Hospital, has just Sweden and was designed( especially for This will I be followed by the Meal and beverages will be
to have her back". August 21, 22. 23. counsel installed the large crane shown above. the construction of such buildings as hospitals written question session, with supplied but all art urged to
The equipment is operated by electricity .-(S-A Photo). the question panel 1 sorting and bring their own table service snJ
a "covered dish" fur the moo
selecting the written questionsto
Gurney's Report From Constituents Finds table
r expedite and 1 eliminate duplication
of subject matter. All residents of South Titus
ville are urged to come out and
Upon at rival the public will support their Association whichIs
'be supplied forms upon which continually working for the
Foreign Policy Target For UnrestResidents to write their questions and to betterment of (he South Titulvllle -

which candidate Ills iddiessed.These Area, and enjoy an old-
will then be collected: and fashioned 'Covered SU Nr" ant

of the 11th Congressional ington has found from the support of an exile government 70 per cent feel Congress has delegated Youth Conservation Corps. ly, 71 per cant think mote military protested for the respectivecandidates. get t acquainted with their f l-l-

District of Florida are. questionnaire sent to hundreds 28 per cent against, 41 per cent too much authority to the In this apace-orlented district development should te low citizens
pretty, will decided that the of residents in the district. He are for invasion, !50 per cent President and his executive stressed, 61 per cent think that
it Is natural that efforts -
United States is not winningthe had a high per cenlage of re against. 18 per cent feel nothing space 1970 should be maintained as a
agencies, 54 are against establishing would be approved 84
muniim Cold do Wit not against coin. turn should<<1 be done about\ it, 82 percent a Domestic Peace per Bent think the Nut ion's Splice target date fur a manned lunar Barley Qualifies In District 5 5George I
approve the As far.. the U. S. winning fuel something must be
Corps and 82 per cent favor a Program Is progressing ptopir"JC See CURNIY On Page 4
foreign policy of the Johnson
the Cold War against communism done. M. Barley Jr. today S
administration and do not believe 84 *' ." ., ... .--.- qualified for .
per cent didn't F iftv.three per cent don't ttbv ?r ---'W 't'I'. \ l' V1 city council In district
Federal aid should be given think so and 16 per cent did. think the United Nations la effective ft(: a eH. five old( city limit plus
to private and parochial west Tlfuiivllle/ .
Seventy-eight per cent don'tapprove 86 per cent are against areas)
schooK even though they're of the Foreign Policy of tile sale of U. S. wheat to Kussia Parley I Is 30 years old, was
nd against Federal aid to public the Johnson Administration 22 and 76 per cent are againstthe i'" born In Jacksonville and attended .
schools tot construction purposes per cent do administration's of J high school' In Winter
policy t
As H. na Park and Winter' Garden
for tile Cuban situation: increased trade with communist grad
These!! are some of the results 74 per cent tie' for a petroleum nation. Dating from Lakevlew High thereIn "
Congressman Ed Gurney whotcprenenta blockage 26 per cent against; lii ar 1052! lie continued his .-!ura.
the district in Wash, 72 per cent for recognition and In domestic affairs, 77 percent 1 I r 1'al' tJ tics at the University r>f flurMa"
are against using federal f4 ; 11 and Harvard University, wherehe
money to Improve commuter tt / received his RA degree In
I Leulwyler Is Council /
Candidate transportation In largo cities, I'lJfl! :; majoring in 'liberal arts

L4L Barley was emplojed, by American
Jajhogh B. Leutwyler IIOS Can ('0. In New YOlk City 1
North Smith Dilve, a resident prior to returning to Florida He

of Tlt'jsiille for the past two .I snored,I to TiliiitUU and was

years is a candidate for city associated with Bryan Conway ,
councilman in District 9 in the and Wlnktead Realtors Si s tales
September: 8 general election. man
Thirty.four years oil Leutwyler's J In liKil, Barley opened his own -'-'-
wife .la Oneta Leutwyler real estate office, which was reorganized Gear lerley

1 and they Dave four child. recently as George Bar In 1961, Birlty vi North Bre-
I rim. Jcb, 12, Mollie. 10 Young, Icy Inc yard chairman u| Much of
s, and Cam Sue, 6. Barley .is a director and ike-
president' of the TlhMVlll" Baird t tit Dimes a member of eiecutlvcommittee
A native of 'W..<:o. Texas he ( Realtors,; I director of the of Brevarl United

y 9 studied bintor. political science jJ N'ifth Central lIe,IIfd Board cf Appeal; and director of Brevard
; and com.titirtlonal government 1 Realtors, a !member of the Natlonal Tuberculosis Aisoclation. H* is a
at favlur University at Waco. Association cf Real Estate rector and assistant cashier
rr"Jayhugh He is a veteran of five yearsof Boards; the National Institute of of Brevard National Bank
aervre In the U. S. Navy BIT DUST-One of the 250 District when suddenly he fell to the ground, Indicating Real Estate Brokers; and the Barley is married to till former
from I94t-l 33. Jaycees at Florida Wonderland Sunday a Jaycce's! willingness to coope- International Traders Club U.Mltnlll Shirley Kyier of TltusvUl

I J1 for the caucus was accidentally "shot" rate. II. C Kirk, right, and "Doc" stand to the B P.O.!.. the In and with their three children,
-_. Lentwykr Is associate base during!: one of Wonderlands famous gun over the Lfeless form (Wonderland alas River City Civic: Association Laurea I, Cathy t, and Mary
manner for Thoikol Chemical battles Ronnie C-! of Titusvill was Photo). Titusville Chamber of Com Sue 1, lives at 1830 Riverside
I. Leutwybr' CorpoiSlwa at Cape Kennedy, t.", Ed Gurney sidelines fracas
standing on watchjnf
mercI, Jaycees lad Pride Inc Dnve. .. 'I'

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J Tltu.vllli (Plarlda) $ sr. AdVice" Monday, Auulf 10, .19"

He's More Than Mail Custodian'

EditorialsA Letters From Our Readers "7 -'

If any one person hit been an ',: :
On Liberty by the failure of the kidneys to Integral part of the growth of ..

Editor: eliminate various toxic agents" 'North Erevan it has been Uncle 'I.-\ ,,\. '. .

Privilege And A In our Great Books course we It Is precisely this segment of Sam'i competent custodian k-: (, :
Duty :
I. have recently read and discussed our population which Is receivingno of his mail service here, Herman ': TAI'

"On Liberty" by John Stuart attention whatever In the researches Wattwood. '

The voters of Titusville will go to the poll September MUll Although this was writtenin that hav to do with the' Herman has been Titusville ""., +" '" 1Li-- ...

18r)0, it Is very pertinent to physiologic effect of fluorine postmaster for 19 years and dur ,I uni
8th to elect three City Councilmen and to or I
approve .
today's political Issue In a gen. The teeth of our children are important lag this time he has seen postal Y4I : n
disapprove the adaptation of a fluoridation system to the eral sense but are we ready to receipts jump from 17751.32 In :., I'

city water supply.We He asks the question, "Whether maintain that they are ven 1044 (the year prior to hm assumption 1 1 1rhN'
the government should do, or more Important than the Internal of the postmastcrship) i I ......_..-.... .-, ,., A1

implore each eligible resident to register,::: and vote cause to be done, something for organ of our adult taxpayers? to a whopping big $203.58710 for i t

in this election it is not only your privilege it is their (the people's bcnefst, in- What we need Is more scientific! the fiscal year of 1963. '

your civic duty. ,t"al1f leaving It to be done evidence, to prove the benefits of Herman la a "hail fellow, well 1 I
by themselves, Individually or fluorine met" type and because of his
City Councilmen elected on September Bin will serve in voluntary combination Or. G. E. Swendiman. DDS!! amiable personality both on the

on the 5-man governing body of our city for the next He lists reasons for limiting of Grand Forks, North Dakota street and at the P.O., we attempt 't'I. 'I iitISlz

government Interference: writing in the Dental Journal, to tell his story, to In- i:
two years and they will be crucial ones under the
"1. When the thing to be dona "Oral Hygiene", says "I main. troduce him to the newer resident '
phenomenal growth projected for this area is likely to be better done by lain that the long, -term effects of of North Krevard.

individuals than by govern fluorine In varying amounts on Herman was transferred to the .
The Moon Is literally the limit in Titusville's future! the bones and vital of era
ment. organ the
Titusville PO In 1926 from Nashville
The planning and forethought exhibited in the next few human body have not he ascertained i.
I Ifaate.
In his TermI
2. In many cases a thing native state of .
is the to continued and the guard- Our Information on fluorides
years key our growth should be done by Individuals He wan born In Portland

ian of our destiny. us a means to their own mental Is partial and Incidental. hut lived In Nashville during his
Suppose It gradually ruins my childhood, and was educated In
education a modo of strengthening i\
The task at hand Is extremely demanding and will their active faculties, kidneys and thus send me &It' Nashville schools. lie followed in i, -

require men of great stature, foresight and public spirit exercising their judgment and to my me grave If my Will dental it be any association comfort the footsteps of his father, who Postmaster Wittwood: And "Morning Htadquarttrs" In Tltusville I

who will unselfishly give of their time and talents in giving them a familiar knowledge says: "He died with pejfect was for many years a railway

charting this destiny. Many well qualified men have of- of the subjects with which teeth' postal clerk, and year-old) year period, prior to the close of Herman Jr I Is the Route 1 tendent and chairman of the of
they are thus left to deal. Dr. Herman entered the Nashville) World War II, there were only carrier, and has been carrier ficial board, of which he Is now
fered themselves as candidates for these important Swendlmaa ] .
posts "I. The most cogent reason dental association ICeUIII'1ih. P.O. to Initiate his career three homes built of substantial since the route began 12 years a member.

weigh their qualifications and cast your vote for the tot restricting the Interference courage to attack At Titusville P.0. he was a size.' There was no growth to ago. At one time, ho was notedto "The job of Sunday School

ones who best meet these strenuous tests. of government Is the great evil of good teeth, which he says clerk and assistant postmaster speak) of and Titusville remained he carrier of one of the long superintendent Is the most important -

- of adding unnocc'ssurily to its every dentist knows "candy soft before assuming the title of "Mr a very "stable" communityuntil est mail routes in the country one I have ever held,"

= On the fluoridation question, interest is running high, power," drinks, and refined foods are, the Postmaster. In 1926, Titusville the advent of the age: of as it was approximately 110 miles Herman said very earnestly, she

.:.. with arguments pro and con supported by authorities. If, for instance, Industries, culprit By embracing fluorl- was, even then, a second class mlstiles. long contained 700 boxes and discussed responsibility to

_ Many have used the columns of this newspaper to convey roads, railroads, stock companies dation we are proposing to .treatan post office. Only once during this The first city mail route was about 3,000 customers HermanJr young people and to their par.
time did the receipts drop substantially established In 1928. and this ., ran this route every day, until -
their unlverities ( others) effect rather than to elimin
_ thoughts on the subject. We beseech each of you and/or ents.Herman's
to let the office
ate i cause", Blip route was more or less unchanged It was split recently and effectiveness as a
contruiled and
were government-
to study the abundance of material available on the "if the employees of all these The "philosophical intpll-I back Into the "grotto" of beinga until a few years ago. made Into two routes. postmaster Is no doubt measure-

practice and its effects and then vote your honest conviction different enterprises were appointed cations" of fluoridation are felt third class office. This lasted Now the city has 12 routes delivering The amazing thing about this ed In the circle of critical fellow
- only one year, however, because mail to the homes. route and Herman Jr. Is that he
on adapting its use in our water supply. and paid for by the government very strongly by many people postmasters Florida and
and looked to the judging! by reports from all parts postal receipts that year Increased There are two rural routes operating has a perfect safety record dur the United States And there Is I

: Become informed on the subject and enlighten others for rise In life government of the country The Idea of being to allow Tltusvillc's out of Titusville Post Office ing this time; not one accidentto no doubt but that he "measuresup"
every ; p, 0 to once again hold her the first one established In his credit although a major In
with information forced to take this capacity
. pertinent gained. This is a civic ques not all the freedom of the a medicine, good 1
bead high as a second class out 1952 and the second just a few share of it Included many mileson He
has held
- tion and poses as a challenge to each of us in deciding and popular constitution of the or bad, with every droo of drinking fit. She remained second class crowded and Important positions
years ago.Sealed -
or cooking water *. be both locally and on state
- whether or not its use shall be adopted this is the legislature other would make thin or. repugnant to many Americana until July 1, 1956, when she and national levels. In fact he's

- democratic way, with the majority ruling and deciding any than in country free" otherwise September Ith Is the date the entered the coveted realm I of the possibly one of few men from

: what we shall, or shall not, have. The wrath of name.a Stnte Is the citizens of Titusville will decide fire first class "big city" Post Of north .brevardproffei r this area ever to hold as Import.

worth of the Individuals for themselves If they want their rci ant a job in a national association
. Exercise your right to vote on September 8th! Useit It, "A state which composing dwarfs- water supply fluoridated. I, beg The receipts of 1955 were $41; as he currently holds For

with four own judgment and with the thought that you its men, In order that of you, do not follow the 11' "er 359.42 and sufficient to put tho Herman Is a national vice.president
they maybe .
Instead, secure your own authentic P. 0. Into first cl ss. Since then, < of the National Association
are helping determine the kind of environment in which more docil 'Instruments In Its t = l
Information, pro and con, each year has seen great Increases : of Postmasters He Is In his
... children and grandchildren will live and and hands, even for beneficial pur .
your grow poses, will/ find that with small and let your Intelligent thinking In mailing business to ._'l ;$ L ..I.Y ( second term in this post to
. learn. deride how you win vote on this such an extent that addition which he has been elected by
. mm no' great thing can really be v
very Important health question Dumber one to Titusville Post postmasters of the nation.In .
Vote honest convictions but for the sake of accomplished
: your Mildred H. Bruner Office will begin shortly, to Increase this capacity he Is !'over"
: our sacred institutions: REGISTER and VOTE Virginia Burr Its size about one-third. One day when young Herman U. S. 1. 10 southeastern states, and travels

. Too Little' Known "Milt'" Answer" This month, August 28, Herman was working! at the postoffice asa Men and their contributions to ) to the state conventions, district

. Editor: takes another "giant step" as clerk, a pretty young school life are measured In many meetings and to many sessions
August I, I'M I feel compelled to answer the the former Indian River City post teacher from the two teacher ways-Ihelr personal life, their in Washington.He .

Dear Editor: letter of July "81. 1964! on\ fluori office becomes I classified station school house in Shiloh came to community life, their business/ worked through tho
Now up
They KnowThe Materials' I have read in regard dation. ,livelier* George W. of the TltusvJIIe P. O, under the post office to see I It there was etc ranks to gain this high position,
to Fluoridating our' 'City Woerner 1s| laboring under a the postmiHtersnfp! of Herman; a letter there from her boyfriend Herman Sr, a good citizen In serving in Florida. district secretary .
Water system, both pro and con gross misapprehension. This This will ,be s large task, and Young Herman spied this
of the word has for three then as
every sense years
recent Supreme Court decision requiring appor by equally prominent bio-chemists Herman will be In charge of school ma'rm met and
country, being dill/ free. t I'm sure! pert they taken an active part In community district vice,president, state vice- I
tionment of state legislature: nn the basis of populationhas physicians and dentists/ any drug store would be willing about the largest postoffice in Grace Hart forgot all about the life of Titusville. president and then as state president. .
makes me feel, too little la to sell him lifetime Brevard County letter she was looking for, and
stunned Congress iniu action seldom exhibited by a supply of He Is a past secretary and I
known of fluorine, to warrant fluoride tablet The Indian later married the ambitious Her ,
blrthdlYpresl'nt The River City Station
that body. dosing our water supply past president of Titusville Ro And Herman Is "no slouch" asa
could then be man.
Studies made to date, have not freelygiven will add approximately 18 percent tary Club, plus serving as a director writer, because for many yearshe
This is prompted of course, by the fact that the legis been comprehensive enough, and without Imposing/ on anyother to the receipts of Titusville Grace and Herman have two for many years: past president edited "The 'Gator Postmast\

latures of the respective states lay out the Congressional have not covered a sufficientlylong Individual right post office, according to last children, Herman Jr., employedat of a couple of terms of the er" the state publication that
Eugene W LamparterCOP
year's receipts. IRC PO last the office and Mary Jean Chamber of Commerce and, for to some 1,000 postmasters
districts and they are concerned that the heavily populated period of time, to reveal accurately post goes
what fluorine actuallydoes year had total receipts of $34- Wattwood (Mrs. Rodney) Thompson that organization, he watched the and officials In Florida. ,We here\
,. cities might Dominate the legislatures and redistrict to the human body. Platform, 000. The two Wattwood children money come and go for many at the Star-Advocate had a personal '

tome of them right out of existence. I ask the queittou. WHAT OF Editor a August 1904 Herman has really seen the have given to the parents a totalof years also as treasurer and member Interest In this job of his

EFFECT ON MIDDLE AGED? growth, and felt the population six "grand" children and Herman of the board of directors. He because we printed folded and
And so, Congressmen now find themselves in the This Is a continuation to my member of the this particular publi
There Is too great a possibility of explosion possibly as no one else says this Is the greatest la a long-time addressed
company of those who have been critical of the SupremeCourt's bad effects In the human body last letter to you dated July has through the post office thing that has ever happened to First Methodist Church, having cation.

tendencies to legislate and the Government's ten from fluorine taken daily, over 29, 1994. We residents of Indian Herman told us that for a IS- him; being a grandfather. served as Sunday school superin- As far as post office efficiency
River City, and Titusville Is concerned Herman la one of
dency to centralize power in Washington at the a long period to warrant adoption -----
expenseof as n whole, are proud and indebted the outstanding postmasters in
the states. of water to your Impartiality to not or cannot adequately has received
per. the slate. He commendation -
Dr. V. 0. Hurme. director of
public opinion In national poll- form Great power, whether Bids Asked On Waler Treatment after comendation for
clinical research for the Forsyth
Unlike their fellow critics who have been
helplessto tics as well as local problems. governmental or private, political his efficiently/ office and the
children In
Dental for
fight, they have set to work to nullify the effects of Boston says Infirmary: "As a worker In the Following are some of the or economic, must be so bids on a water treat be received at the office of City Inspection reports for the past
guides to which the 1964 Republican checked, balanced and restrained make Manager Cleveland Talmudgb have shown the Titus
the decision and some CO bills have been filed in the field of clinical researches In ment plant, designed to six years

Mouse proposing: ((1)I) To deny the Court jurisdiction over dentistry I am painfully aware of Platform has vowed to and, where necessary, so dispersed the city water softer and remove up to It a.m. September 1. ville P. 0. has maintained a
uphold in good faith: as to prevent it from be the high Iron content, will The bids lire to furnish all labor score of 98Vi percent out of a
apportionment of legislatures altogether; ((2)) To declare a the great dearth of Information (a) 'Every person has the coming I threat to freedom any materials, equipment and possible 100.
between fluorine
on the relationships \
7-year moratorium on the Court's powers over apportionment Ingestion and general phy light to govern himself, to fix place fn the land." the people, remembering that It apparatus for the water treatment "But these are accomplishments

.. while a Constitutional amendment can be considered sleet well-being. No one knows his own goals, and to make his (d) "It Is a high mission of Is i Hot the creator but the stewardof plant construction.awarded of my employees" Herman

; ((3)) A Constitutional amendment allowing states to today how many people with diseased own way with a minimum of government to help assure equal the wealth it uses; that its One contract will be told us.
governmental interference" opportunity for all, affording for all work. "I've got a good crew and I
other disorders its
kidneys, or must
goals discipline
apportion one house of their legislature on factors other ever
are having their life (b) "It Is for government to every citizen an equal chance at means, and that service to all Bids must be accompanied bya don't mind bragging about

than population.The spans shortened by daily Incorp fost"r und maintain an environ the starting line but never determining people, never to selfish or partisan certified check, cashier's check them."
ment of freedom encouraging who Is to lose bid bond In an amount not less At the end of our interview, we
oration of minute quantities of win or or
fly In the ointment here is that the amendment ends, must be the abiding
toxic agents, including the fluorine every individual to develop to But government must also! reflect with than 5% of the base bid. asked Herman if there was anything
of entrusted
would have to be ratified by legislatures which the Court element In water with not the fullest his God-given powersof the nation's compassionateconcern public purpose men" The successful bidder must, else he could remember,

contends are unconstitutional and the amendment itself more than one part per million mind, heart and body; and, for those who are unable On power next letter I will start within 10 days after the bids are any other offices he has held

could be declared illegal by the Court. of this element beyond this, government should through no fault of their outlining my some of the Republican opened, sign a written contract "That's about It, Bill" he

"We do know, however, that undertake only needful things, own, to provide adequately for Platform promises which for performance.The said. "I've just been working for

While Senators are not directly involved, they realize the proportion of mMdle'aged rightly of public concern, which themselves" have somehow been distorted or plant will be financed out Uncle Sam"

that should the Court stick to the one man-one vote principle and elderly people Is not only the citizen cannot himself accomplish. (e) "Government must be restrained misunderstood by some of our of the revenue certificate Issueof That's about all but It sure

and toss out the geographical representation idea, impressively large but becoming ." in its demands upon fellow Americans. the city, approved recently by sounds like a full and fruitful life

the Senate be declared unconstitutional. larger annually. We do know, (c) "Within our Republic the and Its use of the resources of W. G. Rodriguez the city council. to us.
someday too, that K Is precisely this segment Federal Government should act yTV.. ..... ". ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ...... .....
of our population which only In areas where It has tort
Regardless of the outcome, the fact that Congress,
furnishes the medical profession ftitutional authority to act, and
too, has become conscious of the centralization of powerin with most of Its problems In the then only In respect to proven

Washington at the expense of the states, is hearteningto treatment of degenerative diseases needs where Individual and NO YEAR'S WAITFOR

say the least.Poverly. Including( the Illnesses caused local or State government will
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Titusville (Florida) Star-Advocate

Established 1X80

Next, Naturally ,,pRIDq 4 Published Monday-, THIS HIGHER RATE

j A Wednesday, and Friday :

The $566 million a year pay increase for federal employees s assets Aawe ; By Titusville Star-Advocate, inc

all the way up through the Supreme Court from the
h 0 month earn
rase At The !Star-Advocde Building Savings left by the 10th of any ,
sailed both Houses of last week
'I' through Congress as tat Savings Insured up to $10,000 ($30.000 for 1 husband

expected and the President signed the bill as nonchal 1l/QNr/ 83 Main Street, Titusville, Fla. and wife) by FSLIC, a permanent agency of the U. 5.

antly as it was passed in the Congress. Association ,, /\ l0 Government _
MEMBER: Florida Pres Association; National \ J tIV
With tills: bill out of the way the Administration be --- --
Henry H.: Hudson. Pre. Mr. hazel S. Hudson. VicePret.:
gan pushing House passage of the $962 million antipoverty Robert H Hudson, Secy.-Trras. : $
bill which had already won Senate approval.The Henry H Hudson Publisher Robert H. Hudson. Editor First.l'et'al a\1in.f$
David Dunn Advertising Mgr. William G. Lyerly, Circulation/ Mgr CSsrrentDivldend.
order of Congressional business appears timely -
Sl't'ond.C1u. Postage Paid at Titusville, Florida Commended and-Loaa.AtfocIatlon" of Tiluivlll.
this $1, 18OOOOOO added burden on the taxpayerswill ----- :

likely lengthen the poverty rolls, however, and Subscription Rate: Semi-AnnuallyOpn Brandt Office
Carrier Home Delivery 1 Yr. $7 80 e Ho M 00.3 Mo. t! 23 Downtown Ofilc
might even crowd the 'bread lines' come November this By Mall In Florida 1 Yr. $8.50 !la $3 50' 3 MG. $2 00 S to 3 Dally Ala 4 to 7 Friday Washington at Mala US N. CoqalDaPap
Outside florida1 Yr. $1.50 6 Mo. (4 00 3 Mo. $2.JO I AAA
lection year f
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P" Monday, Auult 10, 1964 -- TNuayffe ('lerll.) Sar.Adv.sate. P.0i I ,


I BJC Is Choice Of Brevard County Grads All Factory Make Electric Trained Shaver Personnel Service

Part In Stock-Sam* Day Service

._ 14 Year Experience
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Evening (lass RegistrationsTo 15 N. Orange-Orlando, GA 1 IMS

I Swell Enrollment To 3,500Brevard Fire Chiefs Stress raining Mutual AidBrevard I North BOND Florida'LUMBER-HOWELL Largest CO. Dealer,

County's high school these student are recent high County Fiie Chief instructor school and will be The workbooks are expectedto .immediately It la hoped that formal agreements.: The adoptionof "There's A Material Difference

graduates are continuing to select school graduates," aid Haynes. continued their program of cooperative available to teach fire schools be availablt within three this program will result in standardizing the plan will officially recognize Your .best friends In Building

Brevard Junior College IS "Another placement testing progress at their July thioiiiihout Brevard County weeks and classes will begin fire training for all of these agreement and establish --New--Smyrna---Beach.--- 42S-24S1

their college choice over any session will be held at the college meeting held in Titusville with _. the 600 firemen in Brevard a mutual aid system that
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other college in the country according on August 14 at 8.00 a.m.," giant steps indicated in the re- County. will coordinate( alof\ the firefighting Learn Halrttyllng Nowf

to college officials. he said. polls in the fields of fire train The Fire Chiefs also adopteda tones in Brevard County. WOODY'SHairatyUng

Looking back over a summerof All new students who have ing and mutual aid fire mutual aid plan for Brc Institute

processing hundreds of new been given the placement tests The chiefs were informed that vard County. This plan will provide Under (the plan, any memberwill 2504 McHne St.

y student applications Brevard during the summer have been the Drevard County Commission for organlnd mutual aid i.e assured of whatever Orlando, 424-8573

:: Junior College officials are con assigned an appointed time witha has agreed to print the assistance throughout the county assistant is required to fight

!I.! eluding that this coming school professional counselor to plan workbooks to be used in the 4ri ya Actually the different depuitments major fires in their respective NEW SMYRNA BUILDERS
year will probably see as many their first courses at the colUge. Eicvord County Fire Training have always provided SUPPLY CO.
3,500 students enrolling for this assistance bused in- district No city or county can
us "Almost all the 500 students Program The 110 page woik- on Material
Lumber &
both day and evening classes. we've tested so far have gone book will be issued to all attending afford t to maintain and equip "Everything Building for the Builder"

The bulk of these students through this advising process" the county fire schools lire department capable of Dixie Freeway at Canal St.

will be enrolled in evening divi mid ilaynrs The advising system Twelve Instructors have been Ross Serving fighting the worse possible fire New Smyrna Beach

lien classes offered at several Is designed to provide each graduated from a six months in their area The mutual aid Call Collect 42I-N21
centers In Brevard County Ti student with an advisor to plan will provide the additional -------

: fit.!!t tusville High! School, Eau Gallie whom he can always turn incase -- ---- With Marine help ni'cJi-d for these fire on ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM

I High School, Cocoa High School personal or academic problems said Hayms "is that we can re- an organised basis and can be HOW TO KILL IT.

and College Campus in Cocoa. come upInitially fir them to instructors in spueidl uvd by the chiefs for planning IS. llltM. If ...1 iilriuml *ltk Irene
T 4-I. Iliinlil/ rear 4mi bark M
"The day division enrollment the student and the wd disciplines such as math- Landing TeamMarine fire fighting, efforts for major ,I.a Mum, Milih I.h?'La iikUli
should reach close to 1,200, ..*k .lf. tlilrk krallhir >kl. rrUio _
I emetics the
advisor or professional counselor : sciences jour- r'r fire*. II., >. mnr, lick .ml har.l.el
I M about 200 more than last year" plan a course program which nalism for more help if theyneed Private First Claw : aall.pllp| ..,.lhln. TIL CIMir
The next meeting/ of the asso- ,',,,, ,.t.K I.. nun I..I,
paid John Haynes director of will best fit the needs of the student It." Frank J. Ross son of Mrs. Ran- elation will be held! on Saturday, l.... fm>/ .ud..r> .,... .rllv. In the
lor ..... .. NUW all
student personnel services. Uraiclot.
During the time the stuck "In addition to providing nle L. Ross of Titusvlllo, recently September lilh.ILlCTItICAL : ...
Hayncs and his guidance staff 'nt is at the college his program these student services! In olderto

I I have Just completed three separate is spot.checked to deter make their college cxpoiuncca w. pmticipitted tit, a sea the as t. . . . . .
testing sessions during the mine If his academic objectives' mole meaningful one, the col sault training operation on

summer which drew more than are being reached or if any Kge provides! day time self-help island of Malloria In the Mcdltciraneim YOU'LL MAKE AN EXTRA SALE .

I 50 new students "Almost all changes should be made. classes in developmental read ._ with Marine Buttalmn .
Landing Team 2/8
"Another aid to our student, ing and basic mathematics" HOSPITAL EXECUTIVE. Ella Shimer center operating WHEN YOUR PHONE f)
with the Sixth Fleet
J rHI e'': A'D t in planning their programs' Hajnes said Jess Parrish Hospital administrator, spoke to Titusville IS ALWAYS ANSWERED

Rotary Club Thursday on the{ "Emergency Room", She While with the Sixth Fleet .

"TWIN 'TOWERS; indicated little is ever seed\ by the general public of the the team will conduct various a

RENTAL A"ARrMENJ$ emergency room but point'd i out the importance of this era assault exercises designed! to : :

I and other facets of administration Left to right inrrtasc its combat Il' dil\l'u.
,CO :O ,' (://f, Rotary president Ray Wire'}tead, Mrs. Shimer and Russ O TiiusTllIe ArM .Cocoa Sc Cocoa Beach .

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TBu.ville (Florida) SIU.Adreeah Monday, AUiult 10e N4/ .- .

- _111: Women Launch DriveIn Voters a ''round town I IPhon.

-7 : With News And Notes ;

o/ North 13repard / NB AreaNorth 2673994m. tvid bar arcx cafUon
/ -
Brevard League of Wo home at 111 Nidy Ave.
Fred) Salter; I winter
The Chuck Browns, 313 of Martha (Mfi
men Voters under maintain a summer
Mrs. Claim: Drive, enjoyed a family district workshop In February The Taylors
chairmanship of Phillip Ohio but
Preentlnn home in
and Crime
Gr r reunion Sunday afternoon at the on Communism
Carlson, will be working during Board wanted tn see how our Florida
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the coming months in encouraging This will be their
and Mrs C D. Brown in Sanford meeting at Cocoa Beach this pumtnerl were.
area residents to registerand first day In Florida during the
Newcomers To to vote In the coming, elect- months
Club president Millie (Mn summer
Inns Special guest for the oct'uionwere Roy) Ramsey! and family left
Stage Benefit Mrs. Carlion was approved as Chuck brother Air Force Sunday morning for what The RUM Dlckson family, 610
voters' sl'n'l8 chairman at a Captain William Brown, wife,, sounds like a delightful visit West Circle, returned recently
meeting of the league board of Mickey end children, Cindy and with r'Utives In Indiana. from a very enjoyable week at
Fashion Show directors Thursday at Mrs Jake Billy who just returned from Sugarloaf Lodge in the Florida

Hannemann home three yean in Okinawa This Is Former Titusville residents, Keys, RUBS and Ann's children,
Florida Creeteri Newcomers It was voted to hold board the first time all the family has Susan and Don Featherman, RUBS Jr., David, Barbara, Tony

pub is planning a fall fashion meetings the first Thursday been together in the tame now of Sarasota, were weekend and Timmy, really enjoyed the
,show, the benefits from which s: morning of each month and genera length of time guests of Mary and Charles Massey fishing and swimming Next

will gt> toward the Drevard a r meetings the third Thursday Also on hand for thIS event 1029 Tudor Lane The week the Dkksons will head for
,Juvenile Supervision Center. t9 t f r + ak morning of each month were Chuck shier, Joyce, Fealhermana were here to attend the Bahamas to continue their
Tin show will be held at Whispering 04 Mrs Hannemann will he hostess husband, AIC Lowell Dean and Titusville Junior Woman vacation
Hills Country Club on for the meeting on August 20, children, Linda and David, Club summer social with the
Wednesday, Sept, 16 and Mrs when Tat Assessor Clark Maxwell from Tennessee Completingthe Masseys Saturday night, I proJrcsslve Mr and Mrs. Joseph Blair of
fJE:, W, Morris has been\ appointed will speak at 10 m. and 1 family were Chuck and dinner, ending with a Shelly Place are currently visiting
'chairman of the event, according School Board Chairman Robert Anita's seven children, Nanetta, splash party at the T. J. Fara- with their son, Joseph Blair
to club president! Mrs Hudson at 11 a.m. The meetingwill Elaine, Kevin, Kim, Piggy, bee home in Forest Hills, Susan Jr in Wayneburg, Pa.
Raymond Zanetta Mrs R. i. begin at 9:30 a.m. Keith and Kent. Kim stayed was first vice.president of the
close, owner of the Close Shop, 4f' During last Thursday's meeting with 'grandma" for a short visit. JWC last year, and enjoyed see Dr and Mrs. Frank Colum-
will be coordinating all the tall' Mrs Don Simon resigned as ing nil her friends again. bo of 2733! Circle Place are the
fashions for the ladles Mrs. bulletin and public relation Susan and Don brought their proud parents of a baby daughter -
Morris has announced there chairman and Mrs Floyd Lee The executive board of Titus' two children along for the visit, Teresa Marie. Teresa was
would be fall fashions display. "'y E IN'NA l 1 was named to replace her vllle Woman's Club met last little Amy ((2)) and Scott (5)) baptized at St. Teresa's Catho
ed for the entire family + S t week at the home of Mrs W J. lie Church. On hand for' this

Local stores! participating are V F W. Auxiliary Moore, Cardinal Court, to make Mrs Peggy Filer of 641 Oak- special occasion were Dr: JohnT
the Close Shop, Ftoher'a Quality plans for the coming year. dale I.ane and children Peggy Schieder and Capt. Martin
Footwear, Bates Mesa Store and SIXTH ANNUAL REUNION Nine former ly Connie Winstead, Joanne Roberts, Members of the Titusville Three events that will high. Faye, Charles, Sylvia and Cynthia Clatano
W, T Grants students of Titusville High School Marilyn Birnbaum, Pat Bannister, Carolyn Auxiliary 4228 Veterans of Foreign light then calandar this year will spent the weekend visiting -

Coffee and dessert Mill be served celebrated their sixth annual reunion witha ] Parrish of Cocoa, Lois Bumpus and Wars held their monthly be a Christmas Bazaar In Dec with Dr and Mrs Robert Bow. Mr. and Mrs George: Ford
guests by the club 'and tick splash party Thursday at the home of guest, Chris Sease Standing are May business meeting recently at the ember'under the chairmanship er in Boynton Beach boating left Saturday for a two weeks'
ets may be purchased from Mr and Mrs. T L Henderson in Forest anne Warren and Mary Jean Thompson.- Post Home with Auxiliary President swimming and "Just having stay at Wiyncsville, N. C
members or at the door. Hill. Seated from left are Jeanne Lyer- (Carlson Photo). Opal ODonnell presiding Two Secretary fun.
,. A I letter from John Hoyt, Hospital .
...... .. Mrs. Avery Bellflower has returned -
Bakas '" .r '" .. Groups Meet Tonite
Major Family -- t .v-: "f'! "IF. ---LL'- tan Chairman of the Military Peggy Faye Is home visiting to her home In WhisperingHills

Visits His Parents; WdI Order of the Cooties, Merritt Island Members of the Future Secretaries between semesters at Halifax following a major operationat
wax read stating that the
Hospital! in Daytona where she
Fly To Nassau Association of Tltusvllle Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital
= Missile Bug Tent 2 Is sponsoringa
is In Her
nurses training
High School and members of the .
= Major Norbert Bakas, with trip to the Lake City V.A. Hospital National Secretaries Association, "steady", Robert Seldon, will be

wife Virginia and daughters, ,. Ft on Sunday, August 23; and Tltusvllle Chapter, are to meetat Visiting here next weekend.
that all the V.F.W, and AuxilIary -
Cheryl and Susan, returned to t N mt"ir S o'clock tonight at the home .
members In Brevard
2T their home in Pittsburgh, Pa, rpet rf? e'y' Invited to make the trip Countyare and of Mrs Katherine Ray, J18 Nitty Peggy Filer and Betty {Mrs. r," '.08 '1 QOtI'TWIN
= after spending three' weeks at 1 Avenue A E) Miller, 2009 Vaughn St,
enjoy the privilege of bringing TOWERS
= the home of his parents, Mr drove to McCoy Jetport in Orlando
happiness to those less firtun
:. and Mrs B. W Bakas on Gar. } s Si SiI ate. During this informal meeting today to pick up Mary and RENTAL APARTMENTS
den St Nqra plans will be made for the coming Howard Taylor who will be :
ti A three band
piece will be COCOA.HACW '
=, While here, Major Bakas and s year and some money rals spending a month here in their
I ,w tl 'h Vbr there, also a movie about the
.. Ing projects will be planned. --------- --- -
family, accompanied by Mrs B. Cape Ice cream and cake will --"'-
:." W, Bakas, flew to Nassau from be served to (the patients.
W, Palm Beach and spent six Mrs Eclw Cribblns, Auxiliary Rehab Center Board A La Marick Salon is always near you!
hectic and glorious days on the Melbourne Cocoa Orlando Daytona Beach
M O 4 Chairman, reported that then
New Providence Island They j. are kits of scuffs complete with Meeting CancelledThe
IT rented I S-room penthouse at 1 C all material required available August 13th meeting of the TITUSVILLEi Open 9 a.m.0 9 p.m. Monday I

-- the Saphire Waters Apartmenta I at the Post Home Any per. board of directors of the North I Through Friday Saturday 'Til 6 p.m.
= and rented a car for the duration : J i son Interested! In {making the j I(I Bwvardj. Ru{|>abiHtatlon Center Iy I
r- of their stay, so they were able scuffs may pick them up any }haM been cancelled due to so
(to the Island from end to
cover Thursday between Ham. and
many of the members being

= end They. spent one afternoon in \ 'b + .n 4 Mrs.p.m. W W James Sr. reported away president, annonces Lee Partain COLD WAVE

: a glass bottomed boat and went Il\ on her visits to the Brevard
deep sea diving at the Reefs County Home and the long scs. The next board meeting will
"* Many fascinating hours were ions enjoyed by, the patients he on September 10th at the Cen S / ,
t spent in Nassau, shopping! in with Mrs. James at the piano. ter, located at Arthur Dunn AirPark

fabulous l stores, dining on exotic The next business meeting will p _
"STORY HOUR" PARTY Mrs Paul session recently in the Library. The pro- he held Monday .
foods and getting friendly with Sept 7. at the
the natives at the Straw Market Wilkinson, chairman of the Titusville Jr gram was held each Monday during July Post Home FOR SCHOOL GIRLS
and Wharf. Woman Club childrens "story hour" with a party for the children on the last Garden ClinicThe AGE IS AND UNDERI

i The people, with their African program passed out cookies and punch to Monday,-(Carlson Photo). -- - weekly Garden Clinic for
the many youngsters attending the last Canadian Army during World
: heritage and English culture are ornamental plants will be held
:n.' charming, Mrs B. W War II, was' Judge Advocate for
reports Tuesday morning, from 10 a.m.
Bakas, and the Island Is a veritable August Birthday Jaycee Wives Meet Wills New MemberOf the General Staff In London, until noon at the County Court
Garden of Eden with its In Your Tomorrow was with Military Government House in Titusville Styles To Choose From
exotic flowers and trees, delight FamilyrDo NightThe CD Council special detail in Fiance, Bel

= ful climate and unbelievably any members of your family August meeting of the Tit. R. Dean Wills has recently glum, Holland and Germany Every one Is welcome to bring
Jy clear blue ocean have a birthday In August or unvllle Jaycee Wives will b. held He retired from the Army in In any plant problems they may
With the exception of liquor, September? If so, phone the Information Tuesday, August 11, at the First been announced as a memberof 1940 and from active legal have, according to S. A Rose
=- the prices of food and com to 267-0331 and have Federal Friendship Building at the Brevard County De- practice In 1960, settling In Florida Assistant County Agricultural:

= .modifies are very high comparZZT the name Included In the Star. 8pm. fens Council, in 1962 Agent iY
ed to Florida, Mrs. Bakal re- Advocate birthday column Star. Mrs Audrea Walker will present Mr Wills, who was born in ;-- -- ----- -- ------- T'o0.

: purls. Advocate maintains a card file a program on Charm and Canada and educated at Cambridge -
of birthdays Why not phone the Etiquette All Jaycee wives are University In England, r
= 'Card Of Thanks Star.Advocate the birthdays of Invited to attend. joined Pan American Guided Ii jD00D.C 9 Gamine
I wish to' extend my heartfelt your entire family so they will Interested parties may call Missiles Range Division In t Kitten CoilS
= thanks and appreciation to the appear thin when the wicks arrive Mrs James Lovan at 26?.1900 or 19(13( and lives in Cocoa Beach Dlpsy Do
many kind friends for their tx3T ? !Mrs Stephen Pantano at 267-4210. 1'e! spent seven years In the 0 Bau Catcher
prcssions of sympathy shown Angel Flip
." me during my recent bereavement s gl Be Peep i.-1 ,

.., through floral tributes, \ \\II//.k/ Winning Warm Friends For Florida Sine WO
*, cards, food and telephone calls :
.* I want to thank Rev, Ed Nor. (Ljroctiny Service LA MARICK +

= man for words of comfort and O t,, ) .Yi1ce LA FAN COLD WAVE a i
Smith Funeral Home for their ,. ri +
ZL. helpfulness comparable value, 12,50'r'

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lace,neck and armi,Not a cover- switch, lustrous bated enamel
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Whiting To Enter Indy Drag, i iB

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Brevard's Only I Star-Advocate SportsNEWS Al Royal Oaks

To Run 110 MPHBy &I

Opens SaturdayRoyal

...... Hugh AND VIEWS
Sports Editor Oak Golf and YVinntry
Bob Whiting H-rear-old TitusVIII Club will open the bark nine

resident will drive I big R4 A holes of their golf rnursc Salur

B Purl Dragster In the National Hay morning, Resident J Professional )

Hot Rod Association' National ri i f Terriers Football Season John Redman das 'announ-

Oragi in Indianapolis. Indiana, ;t Ti A l'ed.Th.
next month.
The dragster a cooperative .. completely private/! club

machine owned by Lyle Lathe of opened' the front nine holes of

Melbourne and Whiting, la one the course. several weeks' ago

of four B Fuelers In Florida and l r Nears Meeting Wednesday Royal Oak:: Is located west'of

is expected to turn 170 miles per L ? } Titusv Die on State Road 405.

hour, if not higher when com I
The home constructed
of Titusvillr High School Terrierswill Uniforms will he 'Issued in the AbiHit 35 boys were out for Martin BowlersTo
vehicle will he carrying one
constructed meet Wednesday night in he I Terrier dressing rooms spring<< training, and flames said
two specially Chevy Inch TITS Library at 7 p.m.. for a get Games said Friday he expectsahotrt lie knew of at least IS more who
engines, either I 292 cubic ,
acquainted session with roaches, SO boys oust for foollmll tills would be playing fall football, Meet TonightMartin
hopped to I 425 horsepower or a :
389 souped to a nifty 550 horsepower ;: then resolve uniforms Friday year, more than enough for a and didn't have I he opportunity
r : from 9 until noon according to school record If all excitations to compete in spring> /( training
and should be completed .. __ Company Mixed Bowling
------"-- T Athletic Director) John Gains come true
within the next two weeks In or League.. will hold a*
With about IS returning lettermen organ-:
PREPARE ENGINE CHANGEOVERBob from Lathe's C Alter, Winter Drag Cham-
der to break the pending national national( meeting tonight! at 1;i30
Whiting left and Lathe and place inside their B Fuel Dragster Gaines said his hove have ;
Lyle prepare pion
record, Whiting will have to turn p at Gateway Lane
a speed of over 171.10 miles per to,remove the 292 cubic inch Chevrolet for the National Drags in Indian- First Inning Rally Profitable a real opportunity to better

hour or an elapsed time better engine, developing 425 horsepower, apolis, September 3.-S-A Photo). lust year's 541 record, if they

than 930 which were set by cun obtain a few lucky breaks Classic Keglers"
Hepler.Furla.Snyder of Champaign For Nationals, Romp Giants 8.2 Depth appears to he the main $
r problem for Gains, especial!
111, In a B Fuler power.
ed by a 1955 Crvslcr. e were full the next mornln'. TitusUllc' Nationals scored six Doc Coley and Schoolfield In the line, Meet
We saw all kinds of campers, runs in the opening frame, later Thursday if;
Chevrolet engine
The small
pitched for the Nats, with Silmol- Wednesday's meeting Gaines
and all kinds of tents. This
added two more and defeated the
which Garlit'a will be incorporated chasses t e In' Is gettin' to be a real pop Titusville Giants, 81 on Gibson field hurling five innings, giving said ho I Is Inviting both players Organisation meeting for l 1-|

Don time 175 pound under the 1 ular thing U'. one way to hive High School Field Saturday up four hits and one run and and their parents to attend. Insurance tusville Classic League will\:;:be
name one of "Swamp ran Rat", Is near I vacation every w/'t'k.end, M afternoon Coley, two innings, allowing one policies will be discussedand held at Gateway Lanes Thursday
you'd like. Most of the time I' elIot evening at T.30: p. m
according to Lathe. The Singles. by Jack Miller Gene rim on I two hits.I uniforms placed on display,
ly new, more equipment In the camper Overslrett, Chester Prince and I.. _____ ___ .. .. s;-
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engine will be removed from ===
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Lathe's Winter National C Alter than a feller would ever a double by Roy hoolfleld, asalsted .
I don't have to haul np1'but f ,
Drag Champion which turned 120 by walks and an error
our good pots and pans, or
miles hour last winter in accounted for the six run
per es, out of the house. I've got I blast t in the first Inning. e
_?"Daytona habit of pickm' tip stuff like that Prince 1964 NEW CAR
a, and Miller each had!
I Whiting, a native of New Jersey .
has lived in Titusvllle since ( ti In second hand shops so I can Just three hits for the National while
b wv leave It In the camper till we Joe I Lee Smith got two alnttles( for
I,. to' need it. If you're always look in' the Giants, I I
ular at Valkaria in
Draaway for things, like that, it's amazin'what
M. Valkorla, winning at least 10
you can get together .and
j trophies in D Gas competitionwith for
doggoned near nnthln alongside
Citizens Bank
his El Camino Chevrolet.
of what It would cost other
However he has never driven a
wise. Most of our cookware Is
fuel dragster stainless steel so no matter what
"If you've driven one car, Wins Fifth Game
o'o'r happens, at least we don't haveto ,
you've driven them all "Lathe about it runlln'
1 1r worry or an"think
says "You just pray a little like that.
harder when you get behind a Lanoue Sparkles
machine like this one" Dishes are plastic aluminum or SPECIAL SAVINGS

Lathe, strip manager of Val- some other metal anything hut '* CHI/ens BAnk 'won their fifth I :
karia and owner of Lathe's speed china I China Is kinda apt to straight: game and obtained solo

hop in Melbourne, said his main r (' break, bouncln' around the way possession of first place in the
interest in building the $4,000 we do sometimes. Flat war Is City's fast pitch Softball !league AT OUR BIG

dragster: is to promote more mostly stainless It'. cheap, and. Wednesday evening downingthe

drag racing/ Interest in Rrevard we don't have to take It out of first butt !league<< champions,
County. At the present time, the a the house. either. If it's it all possible Colonial 4-1.I
Valkaria strip Is one of three It's always best to keep SUMMER SELL-DOWN '
sanctioned In Florida and the ...... I.I.tT.;;: ___ your campln1 gear together all AI Lanoue, considered one of
the finest in the league,
the time, that
only National Hot Rod Association LOTS OF WORK REMAINS Sitting in the drivers seat way you Just haveto
hits In hurlingthe
grab the whole works and take gave up only two
sanctioned strip on the of a Garlit chassis, is Bob Whiting, 25 year old Titusville shutout and aim led Citizens ONBRAND
off. You ain't so apt to get
east coast of Florida.If way
employee of the Brevard County Engineers, drafting de- out In the sticks, and find out At the plate with a single double
Whiting wins the B Fuel
partment. Although only partially completed, the B Fuel and his batting
that nobody packed any matchesor triple, raising '
Dragster class, he will win
a should of not less than 170 miles .
Dragster run a speed of to 470 Paul Hour
any one a hundred and average
trophy will probably plus merchandise not total over which$75 per hour and will be one of four in Florida.-((S-A Photo). one thinks that you might easily ton hit. double and single and NEW

forget. Is currently on the team with I
"fly taking three engines to the

drags, there's chance
no thatwe'll .444Citizen's
Some folks
may wonder about
make the trip for nothing", t picked up all four
Whiting said", We'll take enough e some of the little details concerning runs In the third Inning off

spare parts along that if the first a park like that, such as the starting! pitcher Charlie Moon,

two happen to blow, we'll simply cost of parkin' over night and when lead off batt<-r Jim Gallon

build another one over night" t all that sort of thing Just to visit singled Into !lift field, stole see 40
The 292 cubic inch Chevrolet I the park In the day time costs ond, and then scored on Lon- UICHEVROLETS

engine will turn 10,000 revolutions SOc for a car A bus load, would one's single, tanouo then h
I per minute cost more of course around 12.M/ stole second and came home oti ;;

1 .. wisY'bALTOM for a bus, I think, and for an HouMon'i single He: stole second .
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overnlte camp site it costs II I 1.511, and Ernie Thompson hit si

: Carter's; ArmSlrasbaugh's For almost a year we've forgot. Like the little matter of of $9 00 for a week. There's a two Ingle into I tight field
wanted to go out with our camper "skeet..,.". Secin as how the week limit on a camp lit.... Houston and an error moved -

for a little overnight trip. park Is almost surrounded by Thompson around to third Tony
: Bat At Tomoka there are plenty of Wright then singled/ the mid :
And for almost. long we've water' we naturally flupredIhere'd up
trees, so It's real pretty There'sa t
die. bringing Thompson,
wanted to go to one of the many be enough of them little ucross
boat ramp (It costs SOc to
state parks Tomoka State Park rascals around to make a feller
,i launch a boat), picnic areas with Citizen's Is now In first place
Leads Naz To Win
located two miles north of Or' wish he'd stayed Indoors afterdark.
lending by two over
shelters, barbecue pits, washrooms games
mond Beach, and between the So we turned in early see-
f John Carter pitched a six hi' Tomoka River and the Halifax in' as how we was kinda tired about anything with showers anybody and needsIt Just. Scottumoor., Citizens Spoiling has won a 5.1 five record Now 'Is The Time To Deal On A New Chevrolet. We HaveA
I ter and River And then we found out
Floyd Strasbaugh hit a anyway. t
is said to be one of the finest straight games and their only
f I single, double and triple and The Tomoka\ fresh water, that Just about the time we gotsettled areas like that in the state, andI loss wu to Colonial, a 4-1 decision Wide Selection To Choose From in Stock. Top Trade
paced Nazarene Church to 7.3 down they came around
a and the Halifax Is salt. We'd
In the
can well believe that. At any first game of the
victory over Indian River with a spray truck 1 We could
City figgered: that as long as the rate It's the nicest we've season
: s Methodist Church Friday evening Tomoka Is fresh water, there have set up and ahot the breeze seen ever '-'--- Dollar! Come in Now During Our Big Summer Sell-Down
f on Sand Point in the City Slow should be some bass fishln' there with our neighbors if we'd only
: Pitch Softball League. hut we found that the park is located known that.I I If you have real estateto 1 1

I Carter scattered the six hits on a point, and the river kmda wished we had atay sell, or If you are For Exceptional Savings.
I and was In trouble only once, in h..more aalt water fish in It ed up a little while, 'cause just
t the first frame when leadoff batter than anything else. At least, the about the time I got to sleep the TWIN TOWERS looking for choice real

f Bill l Johnson tripled and only folks we aaw fishin were wife woke me up and told m. RENTAL APARTMENTS estate, use our classified

scored on a fiekler'i I choice Bob after drum. A few miles up the there was a big owl settin right columns (CHEVROLET CHEVELLE CHEVY II
t Greathouse singled advanced to Tomoka, they told us, we might out In front of our truck. And the =>A AlAC"

second on an error, and later have found bass, but we didn't mar in the space next to us got -

1 counted Nazarene on a fielder's choice. try for 'em that day. out his camera and took a flash (CORV AIR and CHEVROLET TRUCKS!

clouted IRC pitcher Mostly, we wanted to check out picture of it.
Ken Ahmie for 12 hits. They our rig, and get It all set for our Speakin of spaces I don't
came from behind In the first vacation. It always seems that know for sure, but I think there

Inning with two runs one in the no matter how carefully you plan are Just about a hundred places R@SFTRUSSES

J second and third, two in the sixth a trip even one like that there for a feller to park a truck, or
and another In the seventh. is almost alwsys aomethm' you pitch a tent. And most of 'em



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Pago 4 Tltuivlllo (Florida) Star Advocate Monday,.August 10,.114
To Report On Progress -
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Since Consolidation At Klatch ,

A program of extreme Import. who Is the City Manager of Tltusvillc. .

same to all business and professional was born In Portsmouth .,
y > d yrL nea
men is being planned for Virginia and attended the College r B ,
,' ars
the August 'Kaffee Klatch" of of William and Mary at dyf fit;' 3

the Greater Titusville Chamber Norfolk Virginia. lie has served

of Commerce Pat Blumer, the as administrative assistant to
Chamber President announced the City Manager of Portsmouth.

today. The Kaflce Klatch" will Virginia, served approximatelythree I

be held on Friday at 8 a.m. In years as City Manager > i ", ',.t rt

the Community Room of the CitIzens Belle! Glade, and was the first
( Bank Coffee and dough- City Manager of College Park t 4 : :

nuts will be served starting at 8a.m. Md. ,(:
Every chamber member Ho Is a member of a numberof 'tr
should attend and bring a guest, professional societies and Is .
Blumer said. a director of the North Brevard ;

The speaker on the programwill Chapter of the American Red ': ..
be Cleveland B. Talmadge, Cross and the Brevard County ,.
who will speak on "Accomplish Tuberculosis and !'lealth Assoc 11 "
menta of the City During the lotion Talmadgc his wife and fiJ.,:
Past Year and a Brief Look In. one daughter reside In the New "
to the Future", Cleve Talmadge Gardendale section of Titusville 4 :- .. uf nsV FOR A DAY? Not really, but Tom Parker must

1 v' 1r have felt he was when he received all the "royalty treat

I 1 ; ? ?'5 ment" from members of Eta Eta Chapter of Beta Sigma
Bussard Pleads Innocent Friday ,.
Phi, in honor of his birthday, during their recent Hawaiian

Luau. Clowning around for the occasion are, from
trialin $
Former Sheriffs Comptroller guilty and asked for jury Leigh .1> ; ,tII left, Joy Meyers with a large bowl of fruit, Julia Parker
has not connection with Sheriff
I Max Bustard pleaded Bu,- I. sl with lei and birthday kiss for husband and hostess, La-
Wilson's against
.... '. ." said of embezzlement Ji R Verne Hardin with flowers.-(Carlson Photo).

f .'" jI During the hearing Friday before I I
.11 Judge Waddell of the Courtof I
I Record Atty John McCareyof J'

Cocoa Beach representing rA c '} y ;
BuHsard, asked the court for 15 t KEN TILECARPETING

'I days In which to file motions

after studying stipulations in the Jc: (
I chniges against BussardHe I
further asked for copies of Installed By
I the information, a list of state's

allowed witnesses to and have asked his own that experts he be vfl, i I Barber's Cabinet & Floor (Covering

examine the state's exhibits ,

These requests were granted I j AM 7-3632 or AM 7-7788
Judge Waddell set trial for I

\\ Sept 21 at Rockledge branch r ,
( 411 couitUouRue, but McCarey has B .

Indicated he will ask for a con _

Ii, J Ji tinuance In order to permit him
to beter prepare his case In da

Max Busiird tense of Bussard.Roscrrations.

For Pianos Organs Guitars AccaiiorlotHI

GURNEYContinued Senior Pictures i .Fl f k *i l-g. I Gibson
rw* -
S Stoma e Guitars5HO

from Page 1 '{lIl1sv lIIe High School senior 0 R.corrla SIC: 3 R Band
** ._ .._. ,., Initrumsnfs
landing and 88 per cent even pictures for the 19i4< b3: school Players -ww r M.
developmentof year will be made at Gregory Expert Repairs on All Band Inttrumantt
favor speeding up Studio on Orange street. Member 51 S. Altantlc Phono SU 3.7731 1 Cocoa Bitch
the earth space pUJormIn
I of the senior class should

the field of foreign aid 75 contact the studio as soon as AUTO SALiS
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per cent don't favor cutting It possible for appointments TEST DRIVI THE NEW
out completely, but an over. Senior girls will wear a black NEW COMPLEX Construction of Launch Complex Administration. Complex will be used for AtlasCentaur

whdmlng 80 per cent think It drape, to be provided by the studio 36-13 at Cape Kennedy win a $fi million project supervised launches. Picture shows 218-foot-hIgh;: Service \

should be reduced substantiallywith and scnor boys will wear a by the Canaveral District of the U S Army Corpsof Structure, left, and 152-foot-high ,Umbilical Tower SAAB t.adf { )

7 per cent favoring ar. In. dark dinner jacket, also provided Engineers for the National Aeronautics and Space ,,.,,-....,,,,,,r dl'M.n-- IatT 1 r
the studio should take
crease fiB per cent favor expansion
in Latin America and their own white shirt and black 120 Florida A..., Cocoa, 434-4343
bow tie.Candidates. y
an almost umniiiiou-- Oil p..rcellt 7 r AUTO SALM ft SIRV'CI' CYCLE CENTERSNO

think no foreign: aid ahouldbe To t MONEY DOWi4 3 yrs to pay

given, to communist governments The the November two candiAitis general for Speak election SheriffIn w LINCOLN HUNTER MERCURY, INC. MAGNOLIA H.Jo'a-liar sill Purla' llahnixk Klhf PLAZA.It.rYlee--Ac'e..ort., Coioa y.."TITUSVILLI 1'.IIt./

As for med;eal care 58 percent Republican Incumbent Lei." S. : Lincoln Continental Lincoln Nrad Two WhMlaT s.. Hambonal
favor such core for the) Wilson and Democratic nominee k ;i: i ir Salos Parts Service MUSICAL- -- INSTRUMENTS-

elderly. ] through l"edl'rlll.State Jim Drawdy, will address the P Good Uiod Cars I
matching funds administered by Titusville Toastmastcrs Club Wednesday 1445 W. King Cocoa M.2382 .
Guitars Drums, Banjos Etc.Glbon.
the states 65 per cent favor Income night, Aug 12, --- ----
tax credit to pay for private BEAUTY ACADEMY Fondors, Groticn, Martin
The Toastmastcrs, after hearing Slingorland, Rogers, Ray
voluntary Insurance and the two candidates speak, LEARN"HAIRSTYLING": Mammoth Stock of Sh..t Muslo

68 per cent are against expansion will offer constructive criticism Cot In High Pay Brackets GOULD MUSIC CO.

of Social Security to pro. and suggestions on how to Improve Enroll Anytimo 10* King St., Coco., 434211
vide manatory insurance their speaking ability and Small Monthly Tuition

Eleventh District residents effectiveness, DAWSON COCOA OFFICE SUPPLIES
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voted 52 per cent In favor of This Is the third of seven plan. ;5 BEAUTY ACADEMY
-i ir 200 Willard, Cocoa f36-3220 iHotoxr ornriIIIIIMKM
Federal aid to schools] for construction ned programs designed to help -p to
but 86 per cent voted county candidates! Improve their 0 ) CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT I..e.Aftlll..lll.
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against Federal aid for teacher speaking techniques -
salaries 85 per cent voted The meeting will be held at the CANAVERAL EQUIPMENT Wa b... a "alraman la TlluivllU

against aid to private and parochial Chanticleer Inn beginning at 7 : & SUPPLY. Inc. ihrta Dertt daja Lhalia.: vain. Vilinn week la ippUva blip you. Mima-with

schools while 57 centfavored p,m. Klauhl, HUplInK Maihlnn, tllrel
per VINDALB!, KNOX. VAN DYKE er.hol., Tyy.wrl.rd. Adding MaihInm -
aid to colleges for con Gets Charter L. Rentals Sale* SorvlcoScaffolding .
struetion )
Fifteen UrevurJ County firms
And tlieies no doubt but that received corporation charters Merrill Island, Ph. 434.2093
Tormlto and Part Control
dents favor Income tax
res an
from Secretary of State Tom e. JEWELERSMANUFACTURING
credit for parents students in Adams during the past week _- -- WALKER CHEMICAL &
college. voting fir this 75 COCOA MFG. JEWELERS
per One was from North Brevard: EXTERMINATING CO. IN&
cent Causeway Heights Inc., J02 & DIAMOND SETTERS 1014 So. DUlo" Hwy, Cocoa

'ThaT; South Washington Titusville, authorized Brovard s Only Mfg Jeweler" ,,
Don'J Scratch flchT" Ir and Diamond Sottor" Call Collect 4341130

IN JUST 15 MINUTES. stock 1000 shares of New Mountings J.w.lry RepairsAll REAL ESTATE
K Hi,. .'th:.rd.:: a kark .:
.y drag ntnra ) er.l.ulrk
July 31, dialing in real and
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rtrl. IMIIMK-XOr 101 Harrlion Cocoa 432
kill.. ll ",'"" ""'. .."". '" h.lp' .."*d ....1.' MOBILE HOMESWa
tart ?! .. are Jerry Fields Mary K. Moore .I'd
.... 11"...d.r.r.I.hl'1.......... f.I.e... II.h< '". s" 10.! and Gayle DcRose all of Titus. STA ----r REAL ESTATE
...',.... ..."... 10" al Cut..,'. % the mil ,
lava floor pun to "u
II.. ",. ,.. \llleL Complot
_n___ __un family and the payment plan In aim Red Eilot Sarvlco
your budffl Cu.lom Intel-lira art our
pwlalty. Sra ue fur parla. arena.
nrli-r, and Insurance. Financing and 114 Harrison Coco., 636-">>
a a a
1.irm M. Dl.i. Highway. Coio.. ....1419
LONGER NECESSARY TO DRIVE IS TO 50 MILES MOBILE HOMES Brovard Sowing Count Machine,'. Only Cants Complot

Homos, Inc Rpalra--As.w..tko..
E.!: 'y BulKFt TITID
With 0.., 10 Now and Used

ATLANTIC LOAN COMPANY ?t td fo Chooto Prom MorrlH APOLLO Inland SEWING Shopping CTR.Center

Morrltt Island Fla.

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Phone 267 4721 Loans Up To $600.00


HOMES Ratroadlng and Vulcan ...
BREVARD JUNIOR COLLEGE 44 Mod) SO If 10 S Bodroom ,........, Truck
r Fully Equipped and InJuitrl) EquipmentAll

WI: S3195 Work Guaranteed
4 MI. N of Cocoo U. S. 1
Registration Fall Trimester 1964 To), 434-410 11 Rldg.w.y A..., Cocoa, 434-2041

August 18 (T) 700.900: P.M. Tltusrlllo High School

August 19 (W) 1100.9:00 P,M. Eau Galllo High School NOVA TRAILER SALES WM. H. BAILEY
21 Different Floor Plans Watches
August 20 (Th) 8:30 A.M.-9: P.M. CoL Campus. CocoaAugu.t -- ----- To Choose FromCK08HLAND Repaired la J to S days

21F( ) 8.30 AM.700 P.M. CoL Campus. Cocoa MOON BOUND" Full'oized model u the Lunar Excursion man Aircraft Engineering( ( Corp plant In Bethpage, N Y., LCOVA: : .NOMETTK- PACKWOOD- TITAN_- Chronocrapbs or Complicated

Module LEV: !) in which the fir \ Americans 20 feet tall and 10 feet in diameter. PIKOMONT Watches Repaired on Premise
Mora Information Phono tfco Roglitrarar at 4321111 ( : will IEM is
For &... T..., I'm Dell.... ... C,
land on the moon Shown here on display at the GrumP 1 ML X. ., Came I, .. ".. I 419 Brevard Aveou
l_" -. TaL 6a-1a41 Next to P. O, Cocoa .".,

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BOB MULLET HUDSON'S o Sla .Ad."o.alt;

WRAPPER The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County ResidentsSection .
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One of the most progressivesteps them visit Mexico City GuaUniala -

; ever taken In Titusville, in Tokyo, Hong Kong and
our opinion, I II the $4.1 million Hawaii in a three week period. }
revenue certificate Issue which Maybe Joe will come back t
Was validated last Thursdayover with! some ideas of how to combat

the objection of I person the big move in Brevard behind
who appears dedicated to throw Goldwater and Gurneyand
every stumbling block he can try to awing some voters

'in the way of progress of this over to Johnson and Kenney. T Jtrs !
community.. Frankly, from the "tone" of
We fully realize that tome things, we think that will be I
people don't like such issues, big job.
but we also fully realize there
are those people, who are also '
Talk about I car full! Consi- : r 7g. 'ww
hot anxious to see Titusville
grow. der the case of Ace Naele and .arr+r
his family, plus a few, who took
This Issue is vital to this -ity.It hV
off fur New York and the
will do much to set the path
Worlds Fair Friday night. Ace r
this city will 1 follow as it ktrctchis -
lives at 3348 Old Dixie Highway r
to meet the needs of a grow ,
and he works with General
ing area. With 40,000 popula
Dynamica-A&tionautics at Cape
turn predicted for Titusville just
Kennedy. ,
five years away, the most re- M
e oNt
The is made in
trip being a
cliculous( thing we citizens can Volkswagen bus named "Grey j-.. "' .... ........ .., ,, "'''..'''' .... ale ---... ,"'. r, .. "''i[
do, is to sit here on our hands
hound Puppy" and covered .....,..... .
and lit these 'stumbling blocks"be NEW SITE -- Dummitt Castle photo has been deMr.nated by city council as the
cast in our way, by people with illuatiations, Seven boys been superimposed on photo of city owned "final resting place" for the historic plant. I
who have NO INTEREST in the und girls sic going slung and SIGNING-Mrs. John Attard, purchased the rights to the Dummitt Castle bite, presently being filled, which has acton house- (S.A Photo),
growth of the community as their parents are accompanyingthem. / right, owner of Dummitt Castle, signs over for $1,200. Plans are underway to re-

evidenced by their Actions. the property to Brevard County Friday locate and renovate the house on city Lecture On "Communistic TidesHigh
We applaud the action of all Anxiously looking forward to as Dick Spangler center and Attor- property in Tituiville.-
city officials, be they council the trip JUbt be/ore leaving last ney Joe Matheny look on. The county TII.... Aug. 11

members, the city manager, the week were Nancy Ellen Rhonda Conspiracy" M Lutheran Church 11:17: am 5 07 amI I
city attorney or any others, who Mark, Cluis and David 11:33 pmWee ,30 p.m.
have pUbhed this revenue ceitlficate Nagle, John Hunter and Linda ?", Auga 13
Permits MillionJuly The Hov, Doctor August!: climate
issue through.It holt, along with parents. $3 ,m. SM ',m.
will of the The trip up Is being made Bnislut, I'uHlor of Trinity Uilli- 1 Pi Drusl.it Is a member of the 12,07 p.m. 6.U p,m.ai .
give us many
ran Church Rcandalc, New _
the Smokies and thcy'llatop American
through Schools
of Oriental
things that are so vitally.need in Washington D. C. fell just under the $3 million most of the month's business, $.l.! consistent! with July's average!: YOI k, will upeak at GIMK, Shepile Research, the American Institute 'tlilei on the menace of Communism -

rd now not 10 years from It is fully expected that Ace mark In building permits 342.132 out of the overall total of paec The week through!: Thursday "id Lutheran/ Church 2001 ,of Arthcaeulugy, mid (lie Lutheran and other subject such
liOW.Only Naglc[ could easily qualify for a Issued by the County Zoning Of $2,073.9b6. produced a total of (734,735 Garden! Street, Tltunville, on as Pibllctl Archaeology Hi
turtles whiidj stifle out school bus driver's job when ho flee Fifteen commercial permits in permits, 45 of them going: fornl'w Tuesday Auximt 11, at 8.\00 p.m. Academy fni SeholmhlpHP : authored the book, "rartner-
their necks only when they can limm-i, accounting for The Ihl'mtor his lecture will was Ktieit Professor at thelutheiun ship with God".
returns in about three weeks."Inmde" A total of 162 single family added up to another $217,MX), !
dig up some "dirt", can deny residential permits accounted l for The past week's activity was $lW88l' ( of the week's total. be "Communistic Conspiracy," Bible Institute Tea- A cordial Invitation is extended -
but that need sidewalks, link, New Jersey; and Concurll -
we to the public to ]hear this
Dr IJrustut has fur many
word Indicates that
Five commercial added
permits < Conciliate Institute '
drainage facilities, street lighting lironxvlllc timely and lecture
I house In MILA east of Titus- up to J5.7IXI, jears been active in combatingthe New YOlk, interesting
community centers larger Casting Auditions Set For JWC alhdutic Communist Infdtiatlon presented with\ color slides by
ville to be use-d aVIP"
is going as Mltict'lluiH'ous permits roundedout
city hall, new lire station, sewer lie li the author of numerous Di. UrusUt
line extensions home for visitors, 'Tis the total with a $18135 fig |into American institu .-- --- -- .-- .
and water -- -- ---
said that the former Roy F. ure, liens Ho has lectured! on this -
more water wells etc. Production "My Fair Lady"Casting will lliblleulAirhuCOlntiy
Roberts beautiful home named subject as as
These are the things these In North Drevard, a residential C'lu iHllaii Steward
'Homestead", which sits in the
people are fighting against heart of fine citrus groves will auditions for the Tltusvillc with cockney accent songs, permit for $18,500 was Issued to ship and Education, in ihunh-

children things that need you and and will I |and enjoy.our housed thusly, If it is so, we Junior Woman's Club's "Wouldn't It Be Lovely", 'I Carlio A Myrick, Jr. 4JO S. es and rollt-gca\ In every state of Paul L Berezney M. D.

TI. don't blame the officials responsible upcoming production, "My Fair Could! Have Danced All Night", kola; Dr? Orlando, for a home In the continental United States :
the citizens of
It's time that
one bit the home and Lady" will be held Thursday, "The Rain of Spain" and othtrs, Indian Kiver Plantation Mates: three provinces of Canada, and
tusville, interested In in the futureof the surrounding area are certainly August 13, at 8 p,m. at the Wo- | Alfred Doolittle: Eliza's father, No.4 thnt John Beach, Box 727, In Mexico and Cuba lit recently announces the opening of his office for
this stood support
city up worthy of such selection. man's Club building across ,elderly with a cockney accent Titusville. will build for him. made an extensive tour of
of the officials who are willingto from the A&P Food Store. j.- songs, "With A Little Bit of Europe, Egypt and the Middle General Practice General Surgeryat
take) the leadership in thin> ef liennet E. Dillington, Box 641,
The dates of the production !Luck"lnd "Get Me to the East, visiting aichavnloglcul, /
A look at the calendar indicates Minis, was Issued l a $1(1500( permit
and the
fortNow of the adaptation and lyric by t Church on Time. sites obnrivlng political
that we've gotten that off that! only about I week re for a new home In Indian
that this Allen J, Lcrner, with music by Pinfcpftur.IIcm) Illggins1: has I'uik 317 N Dixie Highway (U S. No. I.R.C.
.. our chest were: sure mains before high school athletes !- ulcer HAPPY 1))
Frederick Loewe. will be November a British accent his songs, "I ve
column will be "aped" by another -
will bo out in light garb start
publication as Its backers ing to get ready for the football 8 and 7, 13 and 14 at the Grown Accustom to Her Face", Cay Construction Co., Box 491, BIRTHDAY Office Hours: Mon.-Sat 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
others. Looks like Titusville High School auditorium "Why Can't the English" and Indian/ Ilivrr City received apall'
haveiped" seasons, which are just aroundthe Wednesday, August 12
otht'n. of for $8.900 each for
that other publication it staffed corner Practice sessions permit Dr, W II Bennett also by appointment.
The cast will consist of about homes In Port St ,John IlIblll-
by "apes" and we don'tdoubt usually begin about the middle Freddie: young suitor of Ellsa Belly Carey
it Funny thing about it- of August with the boys in 50 people arid tryouts are open his song. "On the Street vision No.2 on U. S, 1 near Orlando Cyril Mclendon 267-8969

most of them are ktlll hiding in khoits! Then on September 1, to everyone Where She Lives" Utilities plunt Thelma Rndcllffe

the trees come the pads, and leather begins Mr Jacob! Hannemann Is to Cal!. Pickering: middle aged x. A $3000 p<'rmit for 10 units ol"T" -- ,
popping be the musical director, with distinguished gentleman sings hangars to bo constructs! at .. < < .. .

Traffic officer: When I saw We're anxiously looking for Wanda Wycoff and Sandra with the others, the TI Co Airport was (sued, to ,, ,. .. r;.

you come around that curve, I ward to the grid seison as Good kind as dircilois. There Other palls for speuklng and the Tllusvllle,Cocoa Airport
said to myself 43 at least! we do every year. But we feel will be accent coachcri for all chorus: Mrs, Eynsord.lIi11, Authority, Minis This commercial
Woman driver: Well, you're perhaps age is creeping up dialogue parts Harry, Jamie, Mrs I'earce I permit listed 1 Williams Development
wrong This hat just makes mo We went to sleep during the Singing parts Include: Mrs, Hopkins, Mrs, Higgins, Co, 24IS Silver Star Best
look older.A Chicago: Dear.College All.Star Eliza Dooliltle: a young girl 1 Mary and other. Road, Orlando, as the. builder, way
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ktime on television the other
notice from the Florida night. A couple of years ago

Agricultural Extension Service tint wouldn't have happened. ANOTHER Full Service Bank Convenience to wash 'em:
says "transplanting azaleas in Bv the way, if you do enjoy ,
summer is like a tiff with the some good football, check into
wife both can have a pleasant the Mines: of the Orlando Bion
ending if you are careful roe or Daytona Beach Thunder. I
Frankly we doubt there's a birds We saw tile Bioneos NOW YOU CAN BUY A

man who likes either transplanting opining 14.13 Ions to Tuncaloosa ,
azaleas or a tiff with thewife Alabama ana enjoyed it


Looks like the Demo chief of The DOSS was fed up with his

Brcvard County is off on a tourto new secretary, She Ignored the
"rest up" before the big telephone when it rang. Finally,
election in November. Joe Han he raid irritably, "You must an-
ry. chairman of the county swer the phone"
Democratic Executive Commit. "0.K," she replied "but Itteerr.1
tee and his wife left Saturday so silly, Nine times out r

by jrt on a trip that will see of ten it's for you.. SO MUCH EASIER 4i '.
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with our low -Je-'t* 1 I

bank loan rates
>1 tdon't.

What a thrill for you and the family 0 "

when you drive In with the car they've all

been hoping for! You can have the moneyfor

: that car just as soon as you are ready to

Idaa buy Come in and discuss it with us. Our A. I .

service Is quick, courteous and confidential l l : < : :::, iimxThat's : : : .

and our rates are so seasonable.

L t So If you're in the market for
a new or
right Don't scrape, scrub and mop dishes, pots and pans.
late model car let us make your dreams come f Never again put your hands In hot, greasy dishwater. Instead, drop

true. We're always happy to serve you. food waste into an electric waste disposer and put the dishes 'in

an electric dishwasher. That's all Let Reddy Kilowatt wash, rinse, dry and

r-.. sanitize everything while you devote your precious time, to'your' family.
And with the new low electric rates, at little or no extra cost. a So

Whether we're at horn, at school *r vacationing, there arc times North Brevards Oldest and Largest rational Bank why not end garbage; mess and kitchen sink slavery In one swell swoop.
w. want to watch ear f.v.rlt. TV programs. You can d* It easily SM electric appliance dealer or plumbing contractor today
by owning ono of the .beautifully performing portable TV sots from
STEREO STORE. Why net see them e.enl!

-h-Li )r flamli.' 6,.,:
cownirn SOWN* : mSTEREO First National Bank ;


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LEW SHIES-SERWCE Member" Federal Reserve System
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Member' Federal Deposit ,Insurance Carp .


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Tltvlyl/l./ (Florida) Sfer.Ally..tI Monday, August 10, 1WI


$ 7 Million In New e t )[ 7lye(t.( .$Iq.7ptm, SaWf u9 SM '.Ujl ,

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launch Facilities I I 1

4 ; ,n 44t
More than $7 million in new Franrhl Construction Co., Inc. 36-B will use the tame control Coupon Specials Good Thru Wed.
launch facilities at Cape Kennedy of Newton, Mass center as 36A but everything
have been completed by The work included dismantling else about Complex 36.0 Is new
the Canaveral District of the U. the umbilical tower used In Three million pounds of steel
S. Army Corps of Engineers/ for the Glenn, Carpenter Schlrra and 3700 cubic yards of concrete SwiftS Ice Cream
use' by the Air Force and the and Cooper flights and erectinga went into the 16-month ; ;
National Aeronautics and Space new 101-foot tower. Also In. construction program/ which
Administration in the AtlasAfena eluded in the work were modi also included a launch and service HALF GALLONS
and Atlaa-Centaur pro ficalions to the existing service building a cable tunnel to
grams. tower; Installation of a new liquid the blockhouse, and roads and x Anorttd 49cFlaYOl'l
Work in support of the AtlasApena oxygen storage tank and grounds work. Continental Consolidated S
program consisted of construction of a launch pad Corp. of Jacksonvillewas '
1.1 million in alterations to building, an enclosure for a propellant the prime contractor s'd
Launch Complex 14 takeoff site transfer unit and a ''Pa "af t 9 COUPON 1
for the United Stales' four man mechanical shop. The work The service tower features
ned oibital flights. began In October 1963. eight pairs of moveable plat THERAGRAN-M
In support of the Atlas-Cen- Thetlaa.Cf'ntour facilities/ forms which can be used at any .T SQUIBB
taur program a new launch included the construction of level between 41 and 179 feet, I
complex, 36.B was constructed both a 218-foot.high ,service and an environmentally controlled Bottle, of 100 447
under a $6 million contract. atruucturue and a huuge umbilical work area between 139
and 179 feet. The tower Ro,. $7.89
The mull I purpose Agena! Will tower The Centaur pro moves Ion / a
be used!' among other things, as gram Is focused on the use of railroad tracks, and prior to a i /r- (Limit a with Miwn thru MM.* S/U .
the rendezvous target In space high-energy liquid hydrogen en launch will be rolled"to a park -t''j ;' \t't ; '
for the two-man Gemini space gines. The launch vehicle will position 340 feet away. ;? ) .A1t1

craft.Work be used to soft-land Surveyor Doth the work at Complex 14 f ::4 9iivri I COUPON
on the new installations spacecraft: on the surface of the and M-B was in charge of Henry \ :
nt Complex 14 was supervisedby moon. L. Freeman who heads the x},.., "'. ENFAMIL LIQUID
t I:
a. .. :
the Corps of Engineers as Atlas-Cenlaur shots to date Cape Resident Office for the
construction agent for the Air have been made from nearby Canaveral District of the Corps .i. e* I1, Wf' : 13'01.
Force. Prime contractor was Launch Complex S4-A Complex of Engineers 1'* ....l' ;.1.. Can 4 fo r 8 7c
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Limit( a with aurora thou WH, 11121

MFN Awards Night ett COUPON w-

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Auditions Announced

Fall '.11I. gee Naphthalene 18cM..II'I.

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Auditions for the Miniature Chapman has utilized his pro. bring their own music and accompanist I ILkeit I with stores Shea _. lOll
First Nlghtcrs first annual fessional background In vaude- If possible. On Wed- .. .. _.._
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awards night have been ached vllle, radio and inimical comedyWed nesday evening at the same time --- --- -
for three evenings next week to prepare for the big night the and place, everyone Interested in MODIFIED COMPLEX Newly modi- District, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, COUPON
according to John Chapman, clirfirst theatre awards presentation straight drama or doing comedy fied for the Atlas-Agena program is included modifications to the 153-foot-:
ector of the show All young peoin this area. skits will have the opportunity to Launch Complex 14 at Cape Kennedy, high Service Structure, left, and"construc G.E. GUIDE LIGHT
pie In the area up to age& 21 Singing/ auditions will be held try out for five skits ss well asa takeoff point for the.four U. S. Manned tion of a new 101-foot-hlgh Umbilical
have been Invited to try out for Tuesday evening at 7.30: p.m. In comic trio "Salt, Pepper and orbital flights.; Work done for the Air Tower, right
the entertainment portion of the the Chamber of Commerce build- Splcc", Force under supervision of Canaveral GeI Ilectric peet gtsN
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program. Ing. All singers are requested to Dancing auditions, singles or _- ... s.idy .Iht ",ht-... 19.
groups, are scheduled for Friday (alms I with rouess thw w.... Neat .
evening at the Earnest School oi I IJ]
Children Of Disabled Vels Dance in Pirtle Plaza at 7.30: ---h

p.m. Mrs. Phyllis Earnest, own- COUPON
er-Instructor of the school, is a
Eligible Under VA ProgramCol. member of the MFN Adult Advisory Household '
Doard and does all choreography Envelopes
W. 11. Bofthnff Veteran lower for part lima study for eligible for their. .!productions. e 1111
Service Officers for Brevard / children attending college Dancers interested pnrtltl: B ,o.U.. of 10* HIM.. bpd.<
should lea oavete ii -e aarjalilin. w' 22'
County says children of living or pursuing non'colh.ge courses paUng'ln the show bo prepared .
veterans who are totally and peomunently leading to gainful employment. to do a short dance for the
limit 1 with wuMfl thru Mr**... /121
disabled from service- on the high school level director

connected causes may now par. arc not allowed. S ff fk
Theme for the entire i
ticipate In the War Orphans Ed- eveninghas
ucation Assistance program ad- Age limits are set at 18 to 23 been based on "The Jack COUPON
miniated by the Veterans Admin. but In certain cases exceptionscan And Jill Club", a nightclub for

istration.This extension of the program: be who made.may Handicapped have to lake children special young top-notch people floor which show will, a featurea paradeof The perfect time to get the best deal on America's No. 1 cars PARSON'S AMMONIAFamous

to children other than those of training may start at age 14. beauties: and as the highlightof
deceased service-connecled veterans At the same time, studies maybe the evening, presentation of Sudsy C
was signed into law July 7 pursued after ago 23 in spec acting awards to outstanding per h full pint Rtq. 17c 13 0
ial especially for those air
by President Johnson. cases formers in Miniature First Night- m
students who serve with the (Limit S with rum thru MM.* S/U
Thousands of children throughout er plays this summer Master of
Armed Forces before their 23rd Ceremonies and a featured' singer -
the nation are expected to be
affected by the new law, Rufus birthday will be John Hogan, local e
II. Wilson, Manager of the St. However 30 months has been radio disc Jockey and current .
Petersburg VA Regional Office, set as the limit of entitlementand star of "Bye Bye Birdie". Clieurolef
said. the age of 31 has been designated The traditional "Oscar" will be I
as the maximum eligibility presented l to winners of the top ,
Originally the War Orphans Education age. eight acting awards followed bypresentation / .erairW Lydia Cray meet a. llry fa-
Assistance Act applied alai thwo-lal af 400-
Marriage does not prec'udc educational of four achievement IT
only to those childen whose Vt't.eranpartnt lq. lit
assistance! for those awards, four directors awards I
died as a direct result who otherwise (Limit a with mopes thru' w..... shut
and two
qualify. cast awards. Local per-
of service in the Armed Forces
scnulities who will he
during wartime. The fact that Wilson said that If the eligible presentingaward's
the other parent still lived did not person Is of legal age he or she Include Norma Larks, COUPON '
prevent these children, in age may file application with 'the VA; Mrs liievard; Jack Miller City
between 18 and 23, from qual- if not the Ilecreution Director; Rosallyn
parent or guardian ChaleUe Malibu
ifying as an "orphan" In the must apply. Cantrell, first runner-u; In Miss Spur! Coup. ,I'. 0 Plastic Utility Bags
meaning of the law. Pride Contest; Robert Hudson, :, .

Later the law was amended to If you have real estateto chairman of the Bicvard County Package lassie, all at,..r 3,eia kaavy. .......rimy,.. C
include children of veterans School Hoard! ;; Sheriff Leigh \ *4rf or Kilty IIqs-4 19
whose death was caused by ills- Wilson; Dr. Ben Storey; Phyllis V.I_
ease or Injury resulting directly sell, or if you are Earnest; Mayor Ed Kittles; John Limit' I with MUMH thru MM. S/tll
from the performance of active Chapman; Barbara Carlson, NrNBBlfR, ,
service, from armed conflict, or MFN Adult Chairman; Reba ,
extrahatardoui service, during looking for choice real Parrott, UrN Costume Consultant COUPON '
peacetime service on or after ; Judge Virgil Conkling and a e

September 10, 1940. estate, use our classified Jim Luce, Juvenile Court Counselor Chary !1 Nora Spar! Coaye POLY INSULATED CUPS
The new law now extends the ,
program to children of veterani The Miniature First Nightersare Factaa .f 21 Mlt.JMnlaM. .
of the Spanish-American! War, columns. sponsored by the City Recreation .," ..... eat or caM dr i.ta.I. k. 3VLimit
World War I, World War II, the fr'pt.MASONRY. I.. ..,a-41c '.1...
Korean Conflict and the ..+ a
peace. Y ras ( I with MUM thru _. S/lt
time service who have been permanently I
and totally disabled b) t33 7TK
illness or injury attributed eitherto INC. ri Ii COUPON it
their wartime service or, Ir tl4ir ,1/0Nr4 Club
Will Build Your HomeR Ceape
the case of
peacetime veterans, B EVEREADY BATTERIES
to disabilities resulting directly Exactly As You Want Itl! Traditionally, Chevrolet has been ,
from the performance of active America's: best wllcr. And right nowmol' Lmme
service, from armed conflict, or (' than ever, because: the 't>4 modelyear ( SEETHE MAN WITH THE peal BUYS "aYNpe.Y- "or-"' 2 20 C I
from injuries or l'Xtrah8lardouslervlco C ill almost over and your Chevrolet ::=; for
after September 10, 1940. .. ....r. denier has to make room for the '65s,
The law provides for benefits K tl ] =....... -Ii.ti ICs America' best buy. But don't wait. Limit, I _.." M S Mal **.*.* t/l". I
up to $110 a month for full time Come in nnd see how great the dealsare No.1YOUR 1rI'rJl'lOl'l'rmJ1I'IOI'JUmnmJI'It'J.QJ: .
.. ...
enrollment and proportionatelyVOLKSWAGEN ...: .,; on these No. 1 cars Come in now
!"tI" .t :: I \\hile there's" still n big selection of COUPONHALO
Wr models nnd
"QUALITY I colors. Come pick your
WITH J'I I favorite while the pickinj/s still good. CHEVROLET DEALER HAIR SPRAY A
Next week
REPAIRS & SERVICEFor IRICK" Qa too late. Nurrylbnwlef may ..oj'/I'': ., Giant .
14-ci. aerosol
Tllusvlll. Area The "Executive" .69CC'Of.
( (honk.AnyU'fwndrlira1ConwM..1iiIAeatuIls1w..laITsebINy-.lis] e1 your aWrrk J1.1t

MECHANIC ON DUTY We Are Now Showing The "Executive"Located : : : 09-1-160.. (M1imN I aiM Mee Wed,. wsaraaratttssrsr
Conveniently At E IJ] (j]

BRUCE'SAMERICAN North End of Greenwood St. Off S. R. 403 ,
SERVICE Desirable House Lot. AvtllabUI GUS FAULK CHEVROLETCORNER a t t.s.t.> ....f 4eatLltaq&baalr ffj J ] 1:. -

St. Set BEN M. TYLER. Builder
Bread A Washington
.r Write Boa 232 TllusvllU Tal. MM4M HOPKINS & ST. JOHNS -TITUS VILLE. FLORIDA AM 7-1234


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Monday, Awiw It. 1964l, : Tltuivllt (Florida. ) Star Advteatt Pap S-$
| _
ASC (Committee 1 I __ .


Nominations SHOPPING S vs. ;' Green Stamps 4 4eh

All ewe d fwdiM*ft I 1 1Armour'

Being Accepted Star lenilni Canned llama j
\ 3-lb. can $2.29
that ARMOUR'SBONELESS STAR WMo Au.' 1a, 156oouv'RQE / r:::;:,
Firmer are reminded i a I

ship slate 011 of the nominees ASC county for member commit! ( rUDLIA PLEASURE _3::.... So I 0 O. .O 00 O

toe Is being established at tile
ASCS County Office And a special i1UiOJj
effort I II being made to ft 'z; z CANNEDHAMS
lire the greatest possible partlcl. i Green Stamps
.. .
potion of eligible voters In the A"''I. Old pYnA1a.ah
election. Any Style luitrs trims Hair Spray
: 14-oi. con 99c plus ton
Doyle Cnrlton Chirm *l (the
ac.Ir56 W. d56. I" 1561I
incumbent AKrieMltural Stibllizutlon I R
and Conservation Count] I
Committee, laid today that farm
en who are eligible to vote In "
$ 29
the committee elections duo, : 3 .
have the right to nominate II :
tan J;i Green Stamps*
candidate for committee!, nvbcrship
... _.
; I Ilk Ikll*WH*mid* *
any farmer who la ellg' .... .
able and willing to serve.
Such petitions, signed I ky six PLUS 100 EXTRA FREE ..oa. ter SI,15 -

or more eligible voters,.miy be ,. .. 4'L GREEN STAMPS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOIOO I wNd
filed at the county office anytime \
before August 12. I ,,'
Additional nomination may be r
made by the incumbent ASC PRICES UflCTIVI '.ti E.. Tlf 'o0sJI

county committee if these are required TUIS. 00 WED.,
MON., 1r' ,
or determined desirable Stamps <
"We want the best man'avail\- AUGUST 10/11, 11, 1 I ..r..,.__mt wrrA.56./.
able to lerve on our .ASC committee FRISKIES CAT FOOD
9 ( 1f
l:1.: 'Y" 19641! 2-lb. pack 49c
Chairman Carlton declared \:
"because the committee ay.. r'( UBIX ,
tern I.I the backbone of farm Programs I Bumble Bee Brand Whit. Meat B11VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV _
those dealing with conservation Swift's PremiumCorned' ( (! :_ _
of soil and water. =a* Chunk Tuna 6V 43*
activ- Beef lb.65c. too E.la"
well as the price support IOO
itiea In various com modi tin. In Blue Ribbon .
the last couple of years the Swift's Premium Super Sire Chopped Ham .r PurplePlums Jftl i Green Stamps
farmer-elected committee! aYI'tt'm" I aA.'" Ala' Iwp ..4 purd/w.ll,. I

.unique has In come the history under"of con.agriculture New England Loaf 6P:;: 45c .. .r5. . . 26a coinSwift'a 29 STALEY'S 24-os. bot.CORN 4ScOOOQ OIL

aiderable! scrutiny. A* t result of: Canned Corned lrM MM*, AYE II 1M4
Intensive study by official gr ilpt, Sizzle' Sealed Premium Lobel NB0( oooS

the system Is not only being rd- Beef Hash 29 _,
tamed, but "has been' greatly Franks 2 U;;:: 69 . . con :
strenethened. "Lipton'. Famous Lab.1Instant 50-0 o eJI FREE SO
Here In Brevard County, Ur. T.stySwift's '
Carlton points out, the Impact of JI:{ Green Stamps ;o'lg

ASC committee-adminietered programs Trout Fillets lb. 49'GIANT Teaj'-j-; : 79 : wnh An"' 556556 ..4 purth/. ....hb
on the welfare ollftdiJd.ual e a e a Cooked Quick shod Steak
.. or Pepper J
farmer, and collectively oft Mrs. Bell's SmoothPeanut b 20-01. pkg. 89c '_
the life of the county \\f conshcrable. -

For .Instance, last year' S40! t t t oJ Butter125 I;;: SIJO l ) I O.i OQQQQ Au/IL 4 .QQQ oS

acres of farmland were Improved
under the Agricultural Conservation !50mE.. TaA 50
Program cost sharing ar
1111iry specials
rangement. This cost $ .ootOO Jftl Green Stamps
with about half coming from the :
I l'lilhlin"' participating farmer the balance DETERGENT (SPECIAL 1 e KrcrVi Cktm Spread I
;MAaeaTl Penance Stainless Still Blades
from ACP. '
; Velveetatry 'ibi 89* pack of 79e
"So you can see that ASC committeemen .. :
.are In effect board war56 11.56 II IL 1564 r::,

members of a big business", the .. Cracker 0llcly. 01 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Chairman eontlnued.)"This points 1. lti I. 17
up the tangency: in getting out the __ 'Nut Bread ,,21'59: ( 50 i:. TI"a"m 45 0
greatest possible! percentage of TIDE
farmer in county elections 'so J
;i Green
that the committeemen they set' frorcit foorf.vMinn' 0 .. .Stamps. .
ect will more nearly represent I .IA Alas .a .4.....oil I
the thinking of. majority of RAID ROACH A ANT BOMB
farmers" p. Maid Pink *r R.,ylrLemonade 14-os, con 98c
gt. : 6.01, r\; .nlr56" w.... A... IL 554Vo P'I
A "farmer eligible to vote'Inthe 4'9c 4 6 69t
committee elections," 'according pkg. I 4:1e COlt, OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOl
to the Chairman, I Is generally -
'a farmer who Is taking : Ch."', ,...."
part or Is eligible to take part In '10.01, f uVV'REE uUU
one or more of the national farm j limit 1 per customer with OF E Waffles . pkg, 19 I il
programs which the ASC 'com purchases of ,$3.00 '... L3TAMP9Y !; I M( Green MA Stamps

mittee helps to administer. A or mort.Fr Fell mklii.Hii Mi.lcm 3 Atp.wpI l MI556d5651 54
person eligible to hold of/ice asa ti i JOHNSON'S KLIAR WAX
: 1 Dinner 'iT: 39' 2yos.alga 97clrM
committeeman among other .
qualifications Is I a local resident I nun'' MM? Aul. It, IM4 r

who is eligible to vote in the ''J\JV\ VVVV VVVVD(} DO QQ Ql"-J Skit j
election A Folgtr't FlovorfulInslant
Further Information on these t'
and other qualifications may be Coffee T"1 99C
obtained from the ASCS county' .

office. '(limit 1 1'por customer with purchases of $3.00 or more)
The election of the ASC county
committee will be by mail balloting l- Libby't Pineapple-Grapefruit
,between August 21 and
September 1. The Chairman urged ,. Fruit Drink coin19c

all eligible voters to mark and 0 e O
return their ballots before the
September 1 deadline. PUBIIXa2 Fw/y Hunt'i Tangy
Other Incumbent members of ,
!the ASC County Committee include PeI Tomato Catsup Vr Ib : 15'f
John CrisafuIIi, Vire chair a
man; Gilbert Tucker, Regular
Member; R. C. Brady, First Alternate P Flavor, Perfect
and Dr. C .11. AlbrlttoQ,
Second Alternate. SlicedBeets. 10
. con

Hunt's Healthful
iv: THII rincriT roi'RT or THI
AND FOK HKKVARD' rOL'JfTT. Tomato Juice totes19C
I PI.llttlff.I '. down j produce IcineU. .
JO ANN UOLLjkH. till .lf..
DrfridltU.MlTKB .

l5 KIIYTIoI"Y or COaLS else Sodas S. No.1 1 All Purpose


You ... .....Tina.by 5f1'4ail Omril a a 'AY

CompUIlt.......... ncu la ml'0'.1..rlnf' |h. (i>ll d..irlb4 ml properly. ta-wM- :, 'Ii s 10 49CWHERE
Lot 1. Hlock' K KOCKt-riXJH DIFFERENCE Potatoes eb.;
ciordlnc I. Ik* r-l ( .
HtfTfol u ncimlrd .III P1.l Bo.H AT PUBLIX!
14 Pat N, Public/ lttr< ofBr
.r4 Counts rtorl t.. .boom fll..I ...ln.' iron la Ik*
.b.... mylKl inn, Ilea in rx
ulna, i. Nna 10001 ., I0 *.' ; "
nor or .Mktr. Pl rtli. > la awVMIR Ik* Cm- ,
BJ KM C..ral l aoul.
....,A. Orlinda. TIMId/d III.. 'k. PIRTLE PLAZA :
,s .* 1M' elk" .*.l.i
In llb.ldlk. Ifc. n.eSP.! she
( OoI\
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Circuit Csurl o. or 5.0w. Ik_ Ilt50p I .
.f tt'mr.. \114, if .r. '.11
la vlll' dn*.M.I.Y..Is.5. dtr!* ere rail If*-'Ik*. PARK Ave. and SOUTH St.,, :
relief ..._.1104 l> Ik* fomptalat.Thta /MARK < TSg a

....He........In Nollr.wood Ik.. TITUfVILLK,lull..r 'nil'k*a..oo.tIN O.bIMe TARADVOCATE. ..' ,." Pt1JH1 Zt TITUSVILLE ,,: : ;,

DATED. ISIS, Tlk d.r .f Artea1.IoM. vaecagt:6irtlrm ,g a i aaJtacrfFt .

,ICOI'RT URAL: ) i im
R BARHBS tab '
ri'RTI* .. t
Cork of Clmll/ r rlBr .
V Pp.eTl.r l i -
ASS, 10.W: V#.,. 11M.

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,...4-1 TIIulvllle (".rlde'' Ef.r .Adv.uh Monday, August "11,11N

. j. MISTER BREeD STAR ADVOCATE'S no moss or ivy on this bank I

Crossword Puzzle! I We are the bark around. and we are for ': I I
\ \ youngest jumping to make you a loan any reasonable

tThka 1 I glad of it. purpose.


a 11\ J.Rudely ACROSS Stringed!DOWN 22.20, Em'I Forbid ,- ) LJ We think you'll find it's refreshing to do business Our assets are ample to protect money you leave J

concise mualcLl ploy I a n () I II. with us, because we are so full of youthful zip. with us, and you are also protected by that fine insurance 1

.,.' .Pa s lightly! instrument for t, I ..If And so free of rust and cobwebs. by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corpora.

over 2. Joln wages I: n )
T 9. Occasional 3. Coffes 23. Strain p n MAT"" r tion, an agency of the U S. Government.

"to t'\ plural otgenius 4.It lot: 2. Hinder Mv '.n" .'. You'll find we'll welcome your deposits eagerly, I
JaJuk .: I t1 10 Telegraphs) S.eontract..4 Faint 23.Cow-boy: '!.".. whether they be large or small. And you'll find us We are for those "who think young."

.... I r r 12. Hcxlffepodges- e. war Kaffir club Rogers ) A 1ti,) 1 1

13.window Bay :: Son Auembly of Bela 28.29.:Sult.Gelned W............ A..... INDIAN RIVER PLAZA

14. High In t. Incite able 13 Arabian brevard national ;

e t/ ; pitch: mus. n. Fllnr' 30.Untrue chleftaUa I i bank: STATE ROAD 50

n \ e r 15. Hawaiian 13.A. tutane. 31.Coal'lle. 35. Mlat"1

food' 11. Barter: slender Gee

16. Brazilian eolloq cigar 38. salary

} palm 111. Famous Yar. 39. Chart -= -
uT"I 1 17. Kind ofleather gardens: 32.Kings. u 40 Moths ol
Enr. addressed Irlal1 gods '
20. Storage l LET'S DESTROY JOB JAR- i3L to$ ioIEa WIVES
place r SEEM' THROW AWAY All JOBS. 8'10 HeE

:II. ,t a 8-to 22.: Suspend 9 10 I I HOPE IT'S' TO REPAIR MOST OF THE JOBS THETHERES /?

? 23. Worthless BACK STEP/ v '
wanted the mountains and he wanted fishing, BO 26. Speeds ANVWAX.:" 1I'M
I I IS 16
we compromised 27.: Support I"

28. In favor of
1'1 I II 19 i.
29. Beam
30. Stratagem II

34.:Verb form I 0i1i1 _

35. Head li5 Zt In Z6 C)

I Ann Landers 36.covering Man's nickname 21 ? ZI r//r/H// tit JAR )

37.39.: New Fore 2' 0 51 sa U 9a /

Move Your Father Zealand native j)" I)) 0 0 3' c

41. Draws )T. 3f 0 It HEY, DADW"YOU I IN A HURRY; I'LL' lT i


Dear telling my 42. Wrath 'I'' 'Iii GOODBYEIr1'M TO THROW

probably that going 43. Musical :c A HUG ;

ments than I am (jet. Instrument: q 15 q"
4i.Remunerate '
lie( .
should be ; 1 happen I.lo

und wifo than any

mother of It also pcK
ten to Aunt Bessie and that she! JN 1HK: : CIKCH1 COURT DKAHKNINTH : ; a, 1 bl L.
the woman a dale and JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
would not insult her by asking AND KOK BHKvAKU COUNTY.
rmirilid (for wait
to ling. her to leave the apartment and CHANCh-HY FLORIDA NO. 27BH8 S**
This is
take the cats with her when we 100'1'1'K 10 IIKPIiMI; ; tfI, Y
family I much talk JOHN D. MaiAHTHUK,

my leitcr.: Is to fio: come to visit.I PLIrq Uif. b II Gw c iS o ."' AII
resent mother Aunt
sion it have been II'
Bessie's cats before our 10n'lhealth. COMPANY: .1 el.
around the' 'of me to Dp( ndanls.TO .
Will you offer a suggested Nallonal Kitchens Ins, \
Please bo '
Our course of action? CATASTROPHE Whote principal: plane HIHONEY
1 .*
in \ and of bunlnoM Is unkaown.You ,
away are. hereby notified thtit a SORRY I NEVER / RECOGNI2EMcNOw
again In of going eomiilalnl" / to toieclone, a certain > ))1
Dear Tell .
Cat-Astrophe: your morlimie and for a declaratory docree
darted In Thank you. dntermlnlng a oonlroveny aIn KNOW.
mothcr-In-law you will be. happy
bu the following described property,
flut to have her at YOUR place for to-wlti'
they were ) : but I All those certain lots, pliwee or t
of Sunday supper but you can't go( ...reels uf land, situate, .lylni and
in favor
for peace being In Brevard County FlorIda Jc
there on account of !the cats. TeU
Agreed to I believe more I particularly do. rlb.d
tier, too, Aunt Besse Is welcome, .. follow.: STOP sot
bilf and foolish and Loll 1 Ihroush 83: Illoi:k S; Lots
but the cats are not 1 throuih Hi Blush 4, Lots Ithrnuih >- ?.
Dad) 29, blink el: Lots 1through :c "TU
I His wile I' is In. 88 Hlcxk 5: I.nl. 1 ,
throuikIhrouih 26, Illock 7t; Lola 1
hgo. have heard Ann Landers will be glad to 29, Block I S.:: Lois iIsrouch !(
U, Block *; and Lota 1
teen-agers help you with your problems Ihrouih 10, Hlork III; of HAVEN z aR"lawei :Y E to

liable getting mar Send them to her In caie. of this GREEN PINEWOOD BKC- _
TON a subdivision of the
now but newspaper enclosing a stamped Houlhwnl ", of Hertlon In, fYm..
Township SO South Renne 81haat. OF COURSE, MR.ABERNA7HY NO DOUBT
lor happened. self addressed
a envelope
urvvairi County, riorlda.afcordlni .
So this : .
.. .:...t.., In Mat Rook I), at pain tad .FANG ME A OLASS OF WU'RfiTHE
Our Our ,0- IN HIT.' Pulilla..' Itecords of Ilrevard LEMONADE 7.Q PERFECT BUTLER!
Til Id ('011111.61" TUB COUNTY Fi
County: Krnilila.
alone in to cats.
JliniJK, IN AND KOIl BIUKVARO: has boon filed aiHlnst !l'o.'and you I Ft
plot and six feet of 0. .
In Ilethelele I answer or pli-aillnc I the comuUlnlnn fF
of a and his face ; of DUANB W ROCKWELL the plaintiffs Altn'' n.... WillUm .
dereeaail Uetlloh, 44 Urant Place,
.ppositc It took us N1I11f'K or nt.l1 I'KTIIIONrOH P. O. Ron SIS Melbourne. Florida,
For us ch to find out HNAI. 1'1-1"'\H"K or and' fllo the oilflnul, Anicwor or Ii Dr
,\I le tl l h.l. I I'K II KIXTO Plcsdlnii In the office of the Clerk t
walk in ALL WHOM IT MAC CON. of the Circuit: Court RrrvardCimnlv
CKHNl, Courthouse, Tllu.vlllo. rior- tI
have lives
you Notice .Is hereby liven that I hive lila on or bi fnr. the lei day atKoplpmber
UNHAPPY on the Und my final nlurns ss eitmlnli- IWt It v"u fall to do I
IratrlK o( he eitete at Duaaa W. en J"oIlm.nl hv default will be
Dear : For years Rockwell deceased, that J have l.krn smhisl you for the relief do-
won't. ) for Sun- Moil 1 my IIn.: fur fine) dtecbarae. manned, In the Compliilnt: '
snil that I to the Honorable ; This notice shall be nubllnhed once
he und weeks ago : Virgil B. Conkllnf County each wm-k tar (our cnniwcutlveweeks
Judge: of Krovanl County, Florlila I In Btsr-Advoiste. Tltuevllle, -
aide sister was on Auiuit anth. 1IW4. for approval '
In with of the name .an,1 1 fur OneS diet harp "MIN'M: AND OHDKRKI: tt Titusvlllr -
administratrix. n( the stile of Florida, this Dial day of JulyINR -
Dear : and brought l>UHna W. Hnckwell. ilnueascd.. ,:
Finny K. KockwellA.lnilnl Curtlt: R. llnrnc. ,
.lnilrl. u( the wlale n( Clerk C'lrciiU Court
cannot Ouaim W. Ihll'k...11. deceaseU Ilivvsril County Florida" (e
we WILI.IAMH O :II.II'H lly V. H HpanvlcrDeputy : ,
with the boy A Homey, for the Cslale Clerk
SIZZLES"w! IO.. lie.. HI8Mrlliniirn (HKALt) i .
removed.! *. rinrlila Willi..... OHHrhMpllmiirne.
like child- July >T. Auc. S. !U. 17 (Monet 1W4, Klorl.l.
:- .. FAsi, _S. Ill IT. 24 (Mon 11W4
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l'h A. Site wu.hl Tune 8"m l'h I l'.pt.ln K.n..ro.Ra. .
('h Y News. Sieve ThunlpeonIi6 : .. l'h. Y CarloooeYW
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l'h' 'To Tell Ike Truth 10.1\8\ l'b >Y> N...... Edwin Newmee
: with' Mitch Ch. U..rlll 11.110 l'h 9 l.oll..nlr.llo.
a Hosyltala:26
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I ) ,. .. Neither ; 11110; ('h. a Jrapardv. CRABTSEE CORNERS CITIZENS IT-ID 00 WITH AS YOUR LIKE A OuEEN71 .'.' ) EVEN READING
: : ort. Weather ('S. 4 11:11": or Nlahll ('b. MI..lna /.IlIk. FOR TEN MILLION BUCKS!.' DESIRES; EMPRESS;
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('h. A t'nt I. Walt ('h 1 1I..h for TommoewCh Y 1 I
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: .. .. ('h 1 N...... W.lIer Crunhlle M.. Muse Q WHAi'S 1NE YOUT.I \ HAIL TO EMPRESS> LORELEI. KNEELS i HE ITNOV S WHO
I ('h N..... nnn l'.hr.n 1,30 ('S I Doelnn RED RUG FOR? SEE, AUDO/: ALL HER LOYAL SUBJECTS ARE WAIO DOE HC M! IS, CHUM rrg
:: 1101 1.46; ::=: : N New.(,uXO'I.. Weather ('h, A Hour, Pert. W.. /THAT'S THE YACHT ORDERED TO KNEEL IN RESPECT THINK HE IS 5 WO THATS GOT
: \ ; I'h 1 Da In ('ollrl MUXUNO ID TME NEW '
: ,AlA : ('h. Ad..l\lu. In Psnidler I'M Ch Newe' Linn now.rd O1 CRABTRCPCORNERS' y TONER ROYAL! HIGHNESS! 10 IK EDUCATED
; Women l'h ilrbel. '.110 l'h. I Ano'her World GOOQ Sky hi SAID KNEEL;
: 7.110 ('h. 1M.. Novak ('h. T. Toll The Truth
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: : W.rd 1.00'h. 11I1o'h.rd Hoene 1:80: Ch,1 T..u I>tII1 ....
... (.1'rlllon.l JunelloeCh ('h. a KoIl" nf Night
SHOWN : Y (Irealr.l Show ('h. I QII..n em a Day
: .. N..man e :\ft' t h. h'k Hrenv des I'h. 11I..t "iorm0h.
: : l"a 10.1" ('h. I 1"11 TriOhnne flour a Tr.llmaeter4'Ia + w \
('h. Father WIlllama ('11. 1 New.. sander V.aoo" n
D ...... ('h\ Fullhve. 4,10 I'll. I lIurn. .n" All.
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/.. 11:2": ('h 1 Editorial; I III..n.y Rorke
t Id IT : Wh.nI'h. 11:26: ('h. Movie 'Wlld 51srval" 5.y., Ch. I Memento I. tlporll M rt.. sl tv
1.0. uf I.lte 1130; I'h. I Tnnlghlh 5:30: Ch 5 Newrep.Ch. .
Ca 1 Father K no... $est (' I Movie' 'Wow VO'.I.r' II I...... II to Keever


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I August 10, 1M4 Tltuivllle !(Florida) Itar-AdvMate ...,. Pap H

.1 MD. Seeks Info On Next Door Structure I

I An item of business not even structure being erected next door ments. Rib classification to R-S to allow Farm Lands (from Its present Recommended C. F t n I ley services facilities pursuant rezoning of Block 41, east and
lisled on the agenda, turned out to his clinic on Route 50 by Flora Under regular business the
apartments. CU classification to BR to allow Knight and Randolph Thomas'I'equl'st. thereto .s compounded use north of FEC Railroad right-of-
to be the highlight of the Wednesday ida Power and Light. commission:
I night meeting of the Planning Dr. Kahn told the commissionthat Recommended to City Council Recommended denial (vole! a driv .ln theatre The propertyis as amended, for rezoning Tabled apprroval of plat for way, from its present BR das-

I and Zoning Commission. after diligent inquiry he was denial of Marvin Fisher's request 4.3) of Clyde Hall nquist, located on the east side of of property located on Country Estates, Unit 2, until indention to BA to allow the extension -

This concerned Dr. Alvin J. unable to learn of any plan having for rezoning of Lots 1, 2, with permission of owner, State' Road 405. approximately the west side of U. S. 1, approximately further information Is presented of a boat business; TVtusville
Kahn's efforts to ascertain the been filed for approval and 3 und 4, Block 2, Section A, Indian Elizabeth Broderlrk for noon 1500 feet north of the Spacvonlx 300 feet noitll of Olm- Gas Company' request
shape, form and nature of the expressed his natural interest
River Shores, from its present log of the south 400 feet of Lots Building, mill is piescnty nothing stead Drive to a T costs! to allow Under new business read request for rezoning of property to allow

BP classification to a DA to 81 and Titusville Fruit and but pasture land a motel restaurant and full of Joseph B. Rogers for a L.P. Gas Storage Tank.Top .
allow retail stores The propertyis ,
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located at the SE corner of
Hopkins Ave. and Bermuda St.
Recommended approval (vole rlfll;I tmlmnnlnllr ttp Ilclllitt ttima; liijill!! { it
4.3)) of Myron Green'i request,
with permission of owner, Undo Value' SAVE !!Iai, l If
sey, Inc., for rezoning of approx, Stamps Iil :!i iOltp1! !
Innately 6 acres of land In the ,
I Nli of Section 10, Township 22 I
Range/: 35 East, from its presentR
r .Ib classification to an R.3 to
allow! apartments and townhous' GIFT CATALOG
cs. This property Is located cast I

of Bun Air Subdivision: west ol nn' i'ti'
the Florida East Coast RR; northof III'

Gibson High School rI GTE ..LA.I'4msw.. i {' } ';. '
Recommended Approval (voteS BaX k ,3: rk ItuBaNt.BIGt W vlYuS. i 1lFtCIlll" .I ,

rezoning.2)) of Carlo of property Mayer's request located for in F.'F IT'S NEW GET YOUR FREE COPY at j "4I! ROO03TORtsuhllli, iI i'lli rll I
itlllhj iU1ililllllfliiillliilil hibillilh
the Titusville Fruit and Farm 1 A W & tB

Lands Subdivision The commission ...
recommended! the change
from GU classification to BR
(BA was requested! ) to allow commcicial -
use along Route 50 (north # r v' o l STAMPS

Aj V side TOP
Recommended denial (volo 4.3' '
of Pirtle Plaza, Inc.'. request VALUE
that a Service Station be allowed
"BIRDIE" SWINGS Rick Fey as Conrad Birdie, a hip- as a compound use In conjunct. Nag + STAMPS 50 EXTRA STAMPS with TARNOW Reg S9<
swinging rock and roll singer, and the teenagers of Sweet ion with the shopping center The r 0g .itTi Sli. Bologna 49<
Apple, Ohio, decide they've "Got A Lot Of Livin' To Do" motion on this denial stated the u
in a scene from Titusville Little Theatres production of station was not compatible to 75 EXTRA STAMPS WITH OSCAR MAYER

"Bye Bye Birdie". From left are Martha Brooks as the shopping center and when QUANTITY RIGHTS Wieners u.. 69<
Ursula, Fey and Lois Cutright as Kim MacAfee, three of erected it would cut parking RESERVED 25 EXTRA STAMPS with COOK-QUIK Cub
the show's main characters.-Carlson Photo). spaces below the minimum required PRICES GOOD THRU Steaks 1 0 8911
Recommended denial of John
How They Would Vole Today G. Wa( on'i request, with per.
mission of owner Lincoln Park,

Fifty-four percent of Florida's ficulties have helped Goldwatcr; Inc., that Lots 123-146 inclusiveand Fresh Pork Ham REGULAR 98<
voters prefer George Wallace, that and the publicity connected Lots 180.183 inclusive, Grade "A" Quick" Fro.en
Governor of Alabama, for Vice with the R.publican! National Lincoln Park Subdivision, be
President on the Democratic Convention have helped to put iczoned from their present BONELESS

ticket, a poll conducted by the Goldwater Into an impressive Reg. 59 7 9
Florida Institute of Public Opin lead in Florida, the survey re Shipwreck PartyA Turkey Roast /

ion during the last 10 days re veals. "Shipwreck party" I Is on Wholeor
veals. This survey was made In the 39 Meat B.prlhx
the agenda for possible new Breost & Thigh .
Wallace Is a heavy favorite In following counties: Escainbia, members of the Indian River Half
all 20 counties surveyed by the Bay, Jackson, Leon, Columbia,
City Woman's Club scheduledfor
Institute. His next closest rival Suwannee, Dixie, Levy, Hernan-
27 In Orlando
it Attorney General Robert Ken. do, Lake, Pasco, Alachua, :Marion Utilities Presentation LD. .
nedy, who received 18 percent for Duval, Polk, Orange, Palm Room. .
lowed by U.S. Senator Hubert Beach, Dade Lee and Sarasota John Harris, local folk singer, ...... ...tM.ftl. .... \ '!"''. 'Im:' ;"" ," M l ,i '.ajil". "'".'
will provide some of the enter. I .r.t. ".? k/ _
Humphrey with 13 percent, Gov and concern regarding/: the struct sr
tammcnt along with Edo Pope
ernor Farris Bryant of Florida
who received 13 percent and former ure.The Commission assured Dr. and other members of he club. ....N.REDI BREADEDSHRIMP
Governor LeRoy Collins with Kahn they would check Into the Muilyti Kjnd valer, 1070 EX..RA. .
Johnson, I chairman .. .J
membership -
2 percent.In matter Immediately and passed STAMPS
the Governors a resolution asking the City Man. this year and is working TOPVALUE. ,it
race, Re.
publican candidate Charles IIol- ager to Instruct the City attorneys along with her committee men Too PIOKIMO." ". POUND N 1)) ..... \ .' '
Icy showed a significant Increasein to check into the matter and bcis, Edie Rose Mitchell and Thin Mint 2'l"OOOD 2 PKG S179 f
Sue Erickson, to make real FROZEN '
the contest with Democratic ascertain that said work is pro- a TMHU Auejuit INN V "

candidate llaydon! Burns. In a cee'ing according to governing increase in the membership this ..., WIMM HillTOP I '
AT _
state.wide survey conducted, four zoning ordinances and require. year.
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weeks Burns received 42 I PLANTATION
ago percent
Holley 33 percent with 25! O- EXTR4 MEAL
percent undecided In the survey NOTICE PUBLIC HEARING I .VALUE. .STAMPS

Just completed, Holley received ON EXTENSION OF BULKHEAD
38 percent, an increase of 5 I vA.rro;::ttAFOOO POUND S -
:percent! while Burns received 43 LINE IN THE INDIAN RIVERIN Platter 2/l'* 4 PKG. 19; '
ttooo TNHU "...1I1t ISTM' REG.29(
percent, an Increase of 1 percent THE CITY OF TITUSVILLE,
with 19 percent still undecided FLORIDATHE .r.Nrwauanr" _
Apparently Holley Is benefiting r
from the tremendous popularity CITY COUNCIL of the City of Tlfusvllle, ,Florida, will hold I1rj EXTR, PLANTATION
of Republican candidate for President o public hearing Thursday, September 3, W4 at 7:30: P.M. In TOP VALUE STAMPS GRITS Pole I BEANS
Barry Goldwatcr) the Council Chambtr a) 525 Palm Avonut, Tltusvllle, Florida to
In the Presidential pull, Senator hoar Interetted cllliont In regard to extending the peasant bulk. CNUN N."eN.IM
Barry Goldwalcr has a commanding head lies In the Indian River from the North City limits of the Chow"Mtin" 59aooa POUND <*
lead over PrcuHcnt City of Tlhmllle Florida, to the South City limits of tho Cityof .. IOTM 4 PKG 9,". Young
Johnson. In the survey just completed Titutvlllo, Florida.INTERESTED Lii ..:....:::.: 3 REG.9f TenderEX..RA.
Goldwatcr receive 1 52 percent 9
PARTIES will bo afforded an opportunity to bo 2 2
of the votes cast with John-
hoard and upon comolollon of the hearing tho views presented: Mountain Lis ;
sun getting 38 percent and 10 per. THRIFTY MAID CORNED
cent undecided Grldwater has will bo duly considered before a decision Is mado concerning the TOP VALUE STAMPS GrownW1
nature and extent of any change of location of said bulkhead line BEEF
Increased his percentage by 9 percent PIreCNer.a.e
while Johnson increased by CITY OF TITUSVILLI i HUE. Tater Bit100 U S. No. I RED BLISS

only 1 percent slnre the last survey I Margaret Cooper, OOOB TB.U Aueuif HIM 12-01. CAN
four weeks 39 Potatoes 5 {
ago. City ClerkMOVINGSOMETHING 4f (REG. 4JO ? '
Apparently the Civil Rights dif-_ I II *** WMM *111
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It', to etty to rent a lOng Track. One GET A I 1I

low cost covert everylMn" a e wed. Compare P'fce end Qudny Ij j Fonwut Bond low W.D Price Compare the Quality end Price Enjoy| Froth Home Baked Bread I B.g 1 17 JI. FoondCok.I .

I 'tniurenco. You'll find (just what yoe 'f."" !.""!m1l 11"1'j!";I II !' .

reed for size job. III N I

and Don't NEXT wait any TIME nether GET Jay A,KING. 'tnveitffite RB4TAL( RENTAL The fmal'l Place 1 I flo... Fop flood rhings To Ea 1 !:": 1 : : ir:! I Ii''1 11I1Ii.lIllIll i

TRUCK It Costa Se LIHh.E. \ !,, !
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Phone Louis King Collect JA 3-7326 .
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'I' *-* Tliusvllle (Florid) Star Advtcat August 10, 1W

M Keep Ahead Of Taxes By Selling "DON'T NEEDS"-Dial 2670331CLASSIFIED I TODAY'SBEST I

AD For Rent GLAMOR GIRLS I For Salt Mobile Homes Real I EstateFOR BUYS -

8MM MOVIE outfit camera and TRAILERS POk TALE 182! -Acreage near Carpenterroad.
'I INFORMATIONTUtAtiLTIfB BAND INSTRUMENT projector, automatic, largrIK'rl'Cn RENT OR SALE 20 acres high rolling

RENTALS 4-light bar Cost over HAYES land in fast growing area, part
I em. .Dtf Itafor. $300. Polaroid camera outfit, TRAILER 3 BEDROOM Florida room, refrlccrator of which was a former orange
l'ubIM+.ltun For We* Feb .
II A.M. ant For Mon. Publication Parents who realize the Import cost $142. Will trade for 12 foot I built-in range and grove. This valuable parcel I
ant advantages of music education boat and amall motor Must be New and Used Mobile Homes 1'J( 8. located just outside of the city

WANT AD RATES for their children should I In good;: condition. Phone 267I 8210 E. Colonial Drive, I .! limits.
a cama pRO word contact Strcep's' Florida's largest I 0530. HOUMJ FOR SALE
Minimum Caarca: eon school supply house to ar Orlando 277-9671 I 403-Two large adjacent build' I

range Trial Purchlao: of a musical i Help Wanted SEE THE i FOUR BEDROOM, 2-bath, available log lots in illms area Clear
ALL CLARIFIED AD Instrument recommendedby immediately. Low down ed, ready for building. Paved
KCfpl PAYAHLB Ealabllaba4 IN/ AUVANCH Account) ,' their band director. Strcep's I FEMALE HELP WANTED 54 x 12, 2 bedroom, 2-door, self- payment. 107 Petty Circle. 2670683. street 80' x 200' lot for $21100.( .
offer parents selection from hundreds I; + defrost refrigerator, deluxe stove I 100' x 200' tot for $2200. Some

Clu.lfled Ixnplay Ant Av.llabtsOs orchestra of new Instruments and used band from and J I COCKTAIL In new Howard WAITRESSES Johnsons to Shipwreck work* w/griddle In middle and master --BRIARWOOD-- ----- terms available

U"u"l $500 per month. Phone orders Bar Attractive wages bathroom. Estate sl/e, grass carpeted, tree 404-Buy now and build later
Tree Ftar-AdrooaU tcaanm the tan be handled and deliveries Apply Mr. Tolls.BOOKKEEPER USED TRAILERS I studded Iota, adorned with 3 4. Large homsites In expanding .
prlvllria of "vlrtn. or njaetlatr arranged Telephone Strrrp'a In and 5 bedroom, visions Plurkeafrom Nice setting close-
any obJe.tlon.bll ailv-rtlaMmnt sad wblek 10 ehssa II 4amnarlamlflrallon tbl Orlando 4242401 or visit stare part or full time, 1959 Hicks, 36 x 8, 1 br w/ac. I dreams. Escape to luxuryin in, but lit retains pleasant\

of any advorttwtiniirjt. at 141 N. Orange!! Ave. experience necessary R. K.Monerock this secluded convenient, and country} atmosphere.<< Tractsare
the from policy that oMmd of tkla paper la confarm I* and Co. Phone 2C72MS3. 1957 Magnolia, 40 x 8, 2 br w/ac. restricted hideaway. 1 ml. N of slightly larger than an

Tb. Miar-AoVocata will not karnuonalbla APARTMENTS FOR RENT Titusvlllle LaGrange area acre. Paved roads and good
for more less. *na la.OMTTOI r CALL 207-9300
Total Is
-- water. price $2,999,
TYPING and shorthand
Inanrllon nor will It in YOUNG MAN to share apartment l MARTIN'S MOBILE -- .
liable for I., arror. I* .4Tniaamenla > required. Arrow Realty 267- MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into 2, S, with 10% down.477Nlce
...,.. 267-9309 after 8.
to a attont Ibis .. __ 7037. HOMES SALES or 4 bedroom homes, brand new
the coat of lb..paon oocuplad. t .. large homeslte In
by fine
Uia Item In tna adwrlUraenl.Dunlncai NEW FURNISHED 1 bedroom apartment 7/1 11 INItr 1 QJR 1224 N. U. S. 1 In area of much higher priced location in
N 41 U\ MALI HELP WANTED town. Cleared,
1 I homes. Small dowa payment and
Ir-condilioncd. 267 \1ij)4If) north of
for with
overpass ready building citrus
Dial Offlca/ / AM- T-0331 H Mats treed 0489., 1E: fl( ROUTE SALESMEN wanted Apply Titusville' 267-3081 only VA no$85 down monthly payment.total payment BRENT i trees already growing on the

Office llaun S:00 u I.M: FURNISHED 3 room apartment, at Foremost Dairies, Nor WOOD ESTATES, west on Garden rear of the large 101 x 146 lot.
upstairs, private. IRC. $75. wood Ave, between 2 and 8 p.m. St., AM 7-7142 or 632-5655. $3300.
"KIot r_ >* u,.its.I Ml.MI. i"Why /.,...... VZ ; e : MOBILE HOME OWNERS
monthly, 2671928.roRNISIIED -- ----------
T.V BENCH man. Cape worker 532-Downtown U.S. No. 1 front..
Animals efficiency, 1 bed am I the one who'always hu to get hit by a preferred. Part time evenings. LIVE RENT HUNTER PARK air conditioned age 168 ft. on busy U.S. No. 1

room, electric kitchen, shower, pitched ball r 1" 2674107. homes. Just 4 remain out of our In center of town. Priced below
rnNcll POODLE, male, apricot last section. Ready for ImmedIate
adults. AM 7-4397. market for quick sale
AKC registered. 7 months, YOUNG yard worker. weekends, occupancy, 3 and 4 bedroom $20,600 with 25% down, balance
houscbroken. 2673120.! : I BEDROOM, unfurnished. Quiet For Rent For Sale year round. Phone AM 71481. homes, 1 and 2-car garage mod 5 .
-.---- location, airconditioncd, stove, .tudtt;:; ;; $20 down payment and $20 a els, centrally air conditioned for over yeara.800cENTRAL
1 Quarterhorsc, refrigerator, $110 monthly 267 !month will buy your own full your comfort t no extra cost
your old gelding, show and 4127. ROOMS FOR RENT RESTAURANT SILVER perfect evening work. Will train. Approx. Sera mobile home lot at beautiful Best I location I\: Near new AIRCONDITI-
rodeo trained, plus. tack, $ ,. ._- condition. Reasonable price. imately 40 tin. a week. Inquireat Lake Louise Estates. causeway, shopping churches ON1NG. S. bedrooms, 2 full
One 2'/4 year old half Tennessee UNFURNISHED 2 BEDROOM Phone AM 7-0606. Greyhound Bus Station Become your own landlord. and walking distance to new air- baths. Featuring Westinghouse -
Walker Stud $250. 207-7538, apartment Not suitable for 1 and 2 men. $10 we'kly.'Phone Don't tear heat and air conditioning
up receipts each conditioned schools. Low down
267-2090. and ?
ducted to The
every room.
small children. 2672759.
month.' Many families I now reside payment KHA, no down payment
APPALOOSA AT STUD. Perm.. radio and record player. $195. Torn OWN iill-1lm' builnnn, Real in: our beautiful: trailer lovely kitchen features the
ant t registered, foundation bred. 2 BEDROOM furnished, dally maid SINGLE OR Double Room for AM I 70776.TREES K.l.t., right !II tale urn. Nationalcompany visit community for VA. handsome Westinghouse Con-
us and see Hunter Park Homes
Horses for sale. Singleton and 'service Weekly, monthly 261 gentlemen.!.:_:i-675759.___ --- --- -- niahllnhnl: : In IIKMI, law tinental Range, breakfaat bar
FRUIT "Orang or Grape In IK riclil.I (loll lcenudr write u>) yourself the finest self-owned Where you get the extras at no
Dairy Road. AM 7-2338, after 6, 4103.' KITCHEN PRIVILEGES, ladles fruit" bearing fruit, transplantedyour Training and Iniirurllon' Blvrn la mobile home park. extra cost. and complete set of beautiful
267.3974 all.. phases of your operation fromHurl cabinets Gleaming white ter-
A NEW 2 bedroom furnished apt. only, 2676634. lot or Further in lIu...... All advrrllalnn.all LAKE LOUISE ESTATES Model at 700 Cleveland Rd.
Air-conditioned. $130\ arose utilIties. !. Information call rl'l'y' Fruit I Dlfna form,, lupplloi ar. furnlnhMl. 00 East Orlando Estates Road Indian River City, Fla. razzo floors throughout. Large
Boats For Sale' ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen prlv.ilell" Tree Service. 267-7528. Nallon-wlila flvprtimnt Bithlo, Florida Rt. 50 267-5221 utility room, picturesque landscaped
267 2W6! or 2117-6317.(
TV and washer AM T hrlBfi Bnvrra from Evrrvwbora.Can Phone 9682781 lot with lots of beautiful -
20 FOOT cabin ember 70 Mercury --- 2283 after 5pm. I you qualify You mu.t have WIIISPERING HILLS shrubs. Priced at $13,900,
hp RIVER GARDEN Apartments-op FINE WATCH and jewelry repairIng Initially, rxcelknt character (bond- or by owner,
motor, tandem trailer.Completely posite Howard Johnson's, furnished BOARDING HOME good food. :. Jay Bee Jewelers, Indian ablr), ..1... ability, be flnanetNbreopnn.Ible. .! ALLEN REALTYR. 3 bedroom family room, fenced $450 down with FIIA terms.

$2195.equipped Call' 267-0855., skiing equipment and unfurnished, 2 bed Specialize in diets., Weekly rate. 2.lver City, Indian River Plaza porlunliy i for. Cummlnnlon-volume man. woman rouulcnr op,,* R. No. 1, Box 3C4 $16.500 yard fruit FIIA, and tlKM down.shade 267-3254.! trees. 805-Reduced. Tmnsfered. Corps .,
room, air conditioned. Sydney 267-8969. team That Co. toll. Writs today 5 Miles N. Of Cocoa
FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES. for Information HTROVD! of Engineers executive has refinanced
CABIN CRUISER, 19' inboard, fiberglass Schwartz Realtor, 1141 S. Hop Mattresses offered at warehouse REALTY: la ton to. Mann Area Cocoa 636-3790 (Continued on Next Page) and reduced the priceof
bottom, built In 1962 less kins Avenue. 267- loo. ROOMS FOR rent' with kitchenrlvllelll's. Hiinpryliwr, 1229 n. Colonial Drive, Directions Route 50 1 mile
prices. See us today. 2111 Garden : his home from $21,000 to
:::: : (Manila, Fla.MALE past Bithlo Cutoff I ,
thin 40 hours running time I Willtrade UNFURNISHED 3 room apart Call 2670410 before St. Nidy Shopping Center. 267- I $19,500. FHA terms Down

for land, car, etc. Owner ment, atrcondit''"ned! central 5, after 5 267-8866. 5733 or 267.1926. OR FEMALE TOP SOILFILLMARL payment 3j just $900. Lovely I .
2676441. heat, lovely kitchen, range and TWIN BEDROOM, private bath, TRAILER LOIS FOR SALE home has bedrooms, 2 baths,
yard maintenance private entrance, 2 BREVARD COUNTY MAPS, prepared GENERAL BOOKKEEPING, dome large patio, fenced in yard,
Boat Rentals :Fcte:3.tor couple" l only ferred. AM 7-4367. pre by State Road Depart typing and office work. Hours BY OWNER. 8 trailer lots, 1 Inside firepace, shade trees and
-- 267-4587. ment. In two sections. Sold at 7-5, 5 days,. Starting salary $50. City 4 outside Make offer, many other features too numerous -
HOLIDAY BOAT RENTALSINCORPORATED AIR CONDITIONED SINGLE or Star-Advocate office or. mailedto Apply In person at Texaco Bulk I AM 73245. to mention. Large lot in .
APARTMENT OR trailers. Weekly double. Reasonable 2674103. any address In the U.S. for Terminal, 1001 W. Tropic St., Titusville. For Complete Service the finest of locations.
NEW 18' and 15' run-abnuta. Convertible monthly rate, adults only $1.10 (per set). Mall remittanceto .
tope, 45 H. P. motors 504/) Garden. LOW RATES, clean private rooms Star-Advocate, Drawer A. TI. I Moving StorageLOCAL CallFRANK 810-FOREST HILLS. Large "
Call 267-6086.. for work men. 267-6185. tusville, Fla. I InstructionsWEE' new home in fine location. 3
COMMERCIAL iLDiNOI, AND LONG distance mov JOHNS bedrooms, 2 full baths. Wall
Building & Const. I (1250 PER PERSON, USED CRATING MATERIAL for ers. Moving, storage, packing, to wall carpet thruout entire
FOR RENT lease store ONE'S' Landscaping
or Phone: Kindergarten.
space Register -
Rocket Motel, lllms. 267- sale cheap. Inquire at new Star. cold and
Shipping, fur storage, crating house. Fireplace, foyer,
20 60 ft. aultahle for
x or of- now, axes 4 and 5. Opening
building, 1100 Hopkins
MDY CONSTRUCTION, resident- 3097. Free estimates. 2673341. family room. Huge two car
fice. Located Magnolia Plaza, September AM 71787. Mrs. J.
AM 7-0656
Ave : ;
male, commercial and remodeling $125 monthly, 267-1928. SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies H. Sechrest. Brevard Rldgeway Mayflower) garage. Priced at $22,000.
12-years In Tltusvllle.I Licensedand $1500 down, and $155.86 monthly -
for rent. 801 Orange St. 267- NATIONAL CASH register, 1111:
bonded. Phone AM 2326.. FoR Real Estate .
Du RENT 1400 Lost o
.. electric cash register $160;
Business CLOSi :'2 tables and counters, mannequins, ACREAGE FOrf I WHEN I f B22-INDIAN: RIVER CITY AH
OpportunityFOR bedroom( unfurnished WAREHOUSE FOR MINT
racks. Barr Wholesale 118 W. WALLET, Titusville area
__ __ I I I IIda New 4 Bedroom, 2 bath homein
apartments, stove and
u refrigerator Please
Central Ave. Orlando. return papers as I need
I SMALL OFFICES and EXCELLENT CORNER Lot 3 beautiful Whispering Lakes.
LEASE, new two-bay Texaco 2(17( 7980 ware.houses them on
for college. No I
Service Station on SR 50 Indian for rent JOO Square feet, question) roads. North. 6G5 feet frontage Ideal location. Close to shop
asked. Leave
River City, For Information, call 2 BEDROOM duplex furnishings alrcondltloned office plus 600 sq. ELECTRIC all SHAVER: service on I at StarAdvocateoffice. Terms. Perklsv Realty, 1412 S. ping ew yeloPricednto NASA
2672945. and air conditioning available, ft. warehouse apace $125 monthly makes. Jay Bee Jewelers, I U. S. No. I, 267-3940. sell at
Base price $80 month Call AM 7- eacn. J. W. ChlldM Real- Indian River Plaza.PRACTICE REWARD for return of amall, -- ---- ---- $15,900 with $000 down and

Camping HuntingTAKE 2207. after S p.m.HOUSi ty, 267.5563. PIANOS brown dog. Female. Taken from FIIA terms.822INDIAN. i iI I I

$ FOR RENT I WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER eon. good playing condition, prices start my lam.T .d between I 1 RIVER CITY 4
YOUR vacation in a Florida at $95. I and Mrs. K. A. Morgan aodded
struction. Any alze up to 30,000 bedrooms 2 baths,
Make reservations KIRK SCHOOL OF West Tropic St Phone 2C7-46S9
Call camper Double J. now 2 BEDROOM, unfurnished, $7500 square feet, lease. 267-0564. Industrial MUSIC ? GeorgeBarley lawn, central heat and' ducts I
Campers, 267-1584./ 2126 W. Tropic, 267-6385!
per month. AM 7-4594. or commercial I apace PAIR OF eye glasses, trifocals: for air Close to schools I and

Child Care available. ORANGE GROVE Titusville area, Lost near Moose Lodge Call 267- shopping center. Priced low !
FURNISHED one bedroom house. S757. at $17,000, $700 down.
20 acres Vt Hamlins. V* Valenetas. -
$25 weekly. Adults 267-01)33. WAREHOUSE, suitable foe shop
KIDDIE KEEPERS garage or storage la center of l boxes.. Crop J. estimated Realtor at 5.000 FEMALE BEAGLE brown, black Inc. 843-Stylish ranch style 4 bedroom
W. Smith. 2001
RESPONSIBLE PARTY wants 3 town. See H. $II. Hudson at star. and tan In Mima-Spruce hills REAL ESTATE 2 bath home In Whispering -
24 HOUR SERVICE bvdrooni, 2 bath, swimming pool _8. Wash. Ave, 2673511. 1 1t
Advocate area on Pine Ave. Reward. AM t'' Hills area. Brand new
Open 7 Days 9440.home. Call Jerry Schultz 267- TWIN BEDS 16'hlRh< $25 a 71843. silo home has family room and 1
For Sale pair 10' scat French provincial t, car garage. Close to golf
Phone 267-9570 3 BEDROOM nl-e. dean $110 I cabinet, new $50. 9V bookcase Mobile Homes 1 course, schools and shopping.<<
.. -. month. Carpenter Rd. 2670556. KIRBY vacuum and polishers headboard solid 7/8 Inch walnut. Total price Is a low $18,750
I sales and service. 2675037! Best offer AM 71891. TRAILERS FOR RENT with only $850 down.
For Rent NEW SMYRNA BEACH, completely ; Watch those feathers fly whenwe
I furnished, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 BEDROOM on private lot, $18. THREE BEDROOM, 2 handle your move. Our long 867-Low down and low monthly
-- ---- H block from bl' ch. Weekly, a week 2673607.SECLUDED bath home In Country experience In the field makes payments, 3 bedroom, one
FOR RENT Club Heights with sure your household equipment bath home In Lakeview Hills,
monthly or long term, by owner, Kids Walk to School !
2675664. AREA lights and formal dining room receives the \gentlttt care I fenced in yard well landscaped -
Floor Sanders, Polishers water furnished Adults only, no and built-on Florida whit's more, you'll like our many trees. Priced at
Phone AM 7-3255 UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house, pets. RC2f'a.' Call 2673268. room. For details call rot... $10,500 $350 down and monthly

FACTORY PAINT OUTLET tiled bath, carporte and utility I Geo. Barley, Inc., at I payments are approx. $66 per
Baldwin Shipping Center room. $85 'monthly, Temple I Hei 267-3622.! Think of month.
gala 267-1928. Moms Love the I.I I.
LEGAL PADS Big Supply, 350 SEVERAL Excellent: 877C-Country Club Heights.
J BEDROOM, stove and refrigerator \ FIDELITY'Agent i Large 4 bedrooms, 2 bath
each at Star-Advocate Office, furnished and unfurnished
or 2676317. \JffJ homes for rent I home in exclusive area. Double -

In Titusville. I carporte, Florida room,
Wall to wall carpeting throughout.

Dads Relax In Comfort! I Enjoy year round comfort
@ in this lovely central heat
342 S. STORAGE b TRANSFERDAY and central air conditioned
Air I home. Total price $20.100,

Conditioned I I BE SAFE! WlShlngtoni Phone OR AM NIGHT 7.0228 II $950 down and $138 per month.

I 907-Furnished 2 bedroom homein

---HUNTER r BE SURE! fine location across from
I Rolf course. Lane lotroomto
PRICED FROM add on additional rooms.
PARK HOMES $16,200, FIIA Deal "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service" Owner wishes to sell' and has
Now KcaptlaaiM| ipttcitlam, for 5aptccupincy. Only e reduced the price from $12,-
lI .llu Until moil tailribl .
000 to $8,900926palest
.n< moil iradtra ipirtmint'MUIn latin IN BEAUTIFUL WHISPERING LAKES &
5001 MOM ....-C.p.Kmnadfrtl Indian River With AREALTOR e- ZU"-JI'tlc! home in good loca
City 700 n
a Pool t SundlCI! Indivldu.lIreonditionlni Road 267-5221 tion across from ball park
and h itin|. Friltl'l -- 'v and close to public library.
Tm sod Bolt Owks PfinH noticed Priced at $7500 with 101 down.
torricM bodiMin apirtmtfittClilUrin's /OlBoulh 'Trltphml.Waehaykte \ .

LUXURY riiyirojn. Uundry t4Mrii AM 72011I. A-Trailer lot. Large lot In
.Iarll' low RMtivnnt.cochtill SEE OAKWOOD Look for this north Minn Includes trailer
Itunu tolfM t tho,, itiopelns' for
symbol your and cabana, deep well air I
FOR i SOLITTLE arcade t MMmi ind fitly Room protection. It signifies 8 Indian River Avenue Two bedrooms, two baths, conditioner' and fence. $6000
t riming Grim and ShuflltbMri.SUCH .
MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing integrityand I dining room, large family room. Many-many nice with terms.

wmiNCHOUSC OMN- high professional trees. $17,250.00 with new FHA loan and low down

I @ raw M4omlNt.kwra. ,spphrra..OIl.' WyelabteNiUnnI moat'' I : standing. Deal only payment. Shown by appointment. I

<,. lrlu.ark' with a Realtor Only a
... t
,. ...tlolhoo.'obtot.... Whitt 2. Two bedrooms Near new walking distanceto
AIr. ""I. hww. Lids-Is_WIra. Realtor displays this sea .
...mad.n.tl.. .11..... Elementary and Junior High School. Mature I

LARGE 75' x 110' LARGE POOL Bryan-Conway & orange trees in yard. Only $9,100.00.

STUDIO 1 & 2 BEDROOM RENTAL APARTMENTS LOTS WITHCENTRAL SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES George Winstead M.Inc Barley Jr., 3. Five Bedrooms, built in kitchen, ar! conditioningand -J I It

UNFURNISHED FROM MOO MONTHLY J5SS*" WATER Etc: Inc. central heat. Top community. Immediate oc

Campbell Associates, cupancy. YOU can qualify.


J, W. Childre, Realtor I delightful communities and homes in ) I''
many nearly
$95 DOWN $35 Beach
MONTHLY Danenburfa
I every price range to fit almost any budget. Callus
Realty for to tour the REALTY
IMPERIAL TOWERS an ,appointment entire area and
TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville north Duffy's Real Estate I
Meer 1.w w go on learn the residential areas by actual inspection. ,
U. S. 1 to Mima. Continue north on U. S. 1 for one more Edwards Realty 1514 South Washington

mile to our entrance: on right. For free information Ed Kitties Agency I I

tarps Caned call 267-5588. Harris Realty Inc: e"lan.eOIUla & lA/lniteaJ .J/nC. AM 1-3858
lamtnn,ax wI L. B. Newman

DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! Donn Searle Realtors REALTORS INSURORS Where buyer and seller expect I

I AGENTS ON PROPERTY TIL DARK Sydney Schwartz and let better and faster aenteeMonday
I W. J, Smith Ij j I Dial AM 7. 2011 Day Night or Holidays j_

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NINTH Jll'ICIAL CIKCI'IT' IN: of >our .n..r or ot h.' plntuiiotntI EDWARD M1'TLPMTond
fc Ads AND FOK UHKVAnD: COUNTY I the Cnmllalnt; nil ha 1415051111 eall MIKl'HV. .... ...,., M h*
Classified FLORIDA.HIAMitKr. SeneCa. KOHHKTTKIt *; fOR b* married
PUBLIC NOTICESIN NO. !liNtNOTlI"II I' O linn HITS Kan tlnlll, Florid Prfcmlant
ami flic the original In th* ..fflr. of TO! Al.r-HFD' KDWAnn MI'KrMY
: TO fltmiOFIRKT : :
and. hli
the flork. of In.'In'lIlt 4'ourt Innd MIHIPHT
- -- -- -- --
--- ---- -- KKDKRAI.:. MAVINflM 4 .. for llnvard. Conntv rtorkln. atTHunlltai wOo If k. hr "marrlad

tatiaued Fren Proceeding! Pap Real Ertate Used Cars & Trucks LOAN, VL.OKIDA AHHIH-IATION, S eeel'auOlIe.n OK" I PALMHAY ntttln linn lay. ,of rinrIHa Hniirmlior. .. on or 114 bet's.' or Piirci She-- TOP HiwMiHK'f AKK' IIRKKHV Unknown: NOTIFIED

"' THK {,llt<"l'fT 4X)t''T OP TIlE IN TMr ('nt'I'IT' XU'KT'' "iF THH ,. under the. I.... of lha UnlleilB > I''',, (',,nf'ee u will b*. vntarrilaiialnat that a null tn for..", ,,.. a Mnrliaa
I NINTH It'l'IOlAi. OHl-VIT in 'I NINTH JUI>K'IAI. CIKCI'IT IN lra lit America you ban hn-n fllnl ainlnal r"u In lha
Rtal' HOUSES FOR SALt : ANts KOR HKKVAKD CX'l'WT' AND FOU II It'"V AltO tXIUNTV, Plaintiff. .h.... Court by the atiov iramd.
Estate UK DODGE Dart, 2 door bard .- Tkl toll-n kail k* nuktlakol In ,
r"tRIPA FIXiniDAfllANt IMnlnlirr Tho prnin-rly Ku'hl to b*
BY OWNER U Whispering< Hills. 3 top. M, automatic It 11. take KHT NO' 9MI4TAUIir WILLIAM R. (lIMitS ted YALCR551. tk* TItsorOll.Slur ASyoeatn. tsow.tw fiirwhianl; I Ia a:* C'Sowo: :

bedroom 2 bath home. $!MM. over M ,payment, excellent con IN riiAiWTKT NO. sass! *. 1'" 4CPE0DA. : Pa. <50555 04. ....... Hu't'napd ci aonertt. .r-f: : 010er0 l-oi, '3. Kliok K .HKi-lkin It-l.
HOUSES rOK ALI J. f-M'l' (MNWAT .*. lOPMcoNWAT.kn T, RliHHKTTk.R: : and "M"NA. IHOHKKTTKK .-.4..._ O.aCtlp n"wr Oarilrn /l1I1..lh'10I"n, aomtillna -
dowa. take over payments. Will dltl ll. AM 74428. m.*. cad THOMALANCtUVr fcl. ,,'1,.. J. It. "'1.. 'TO: WILLIAM M. ('f.'Mitts" sod f. Soar, oeeeeuIbswse. a, ; to tile pint IkvrMn, u
ntll dali
low consider renting with option to 1.. HKH: ... UIHIIAINK rl'U'HKK.: VALAHIH: V. (XlMim.VIM Ole taAa' las nISrs 05... rrinnlKil. In lint Hank II: pa..
a bath WITMTlU: Ik ka4 ( (700
4 BEDROOM. new
jny. 267-SN2.: Afttr S call 2672837. GERMAN ford atation wagon, raft .I.IIth, bin Wil., 4. fk4amaH ('1..11.*.'....... of RrmraritnMiity. ... iiulilli r.'iri1 of RrrvariUronnly
down' pay.4>Bt Nicest MctMl: MTltutvilla. Automatic (clutch n MPG. good ...... 1'\.1..lIf.\ .Mil'. t'nkiHimklAejt 'nf' the. Kl.irlda Mil Slut tie, all "'Inrh''..
fforeit HilU. 1B1-K64 i : lAtXII'KII.: JR. H al, ... kwiwii ttewtdeno*: Ton ARE nKgfiiiicn: to nt.
Call 267-7356. IN4f
I condition. $425. '. .i" .. ... July
1..01..1. "ADD ( CULVER M IMU ('II. IH-lv An.wr WON Ih ri..rlt. Oft Ih
BEDROOM. 1 Ubatn., $.100 down. lrfe Jll. l __. .. et'RTIS R. "ARNE'. (Irk yuiir *
LOVELY 1 Bedroom home with 3 %' Tiiii 'TO MicnonTO' : | ( 10. Vit'iSmls I'nllrl, sod, 10 or ry.l'oy urea haPIninlIff.
$93 monthly. Call Wessner Really I 62 PONTIAC Catahna. bard top, : LANlKIAir: IA(' &1to:". JR.wkoM TOi, Tnrtlt rt'LVKK. k dwrto liefM TOW ARE: IIERKHY: NOTIFIICrt: Ik. .'tc.lt IHy ...' .' Allnrn.y. 'RVING
paneled family' room at 27S4 So II, .,. HnillknkuriMarylanil hwii reM : 2U7-712I. automatic R. powexsteering. 5Co-p I. that wmmatai t. f isterk.sled .. I\IA.ItAlItOI'I.' a'. sI. Own aa. (ykooa, i
I ... .. < 'kIN..II
,. .
Circle Dr. iii lovely Forent lUllarea. 1 like new Today's special. Cal! ana If Mrrtd.JACXII cAnmia < 'a l vre e.Pi baa 0-na filed in be.heo. .'In..I''a.' not l later than Mrplwmbxr, ,
.. .. ..* OkrlnlIan ....* ut.*i.., H..rr.i,i. Wiwihl .'eurO ItealiklisICTTIII .
Air conditioned and pirnty -, i Krt, kl wOo lyted" n>ur4 entitled, "FIKMT FKI: > IWI4. If mil fall tn a BEDROOM home for sale, 215 Jay DilU at :267! -1812. boO : ( C 55551Atlo'i.a'y. :
Evani Mm. and m4n. >M*> I. Mrknown a. Ml A'. MAVINOH A I.OAN ANHIHIATIIIN .. lIeu cunt**** will n* Milfn-4 a.atnat.
of room. Call Zeke -- -- --- "AMY""I"I.VE", mar'ri4 in l'Iol.Uff .
Coleridge\ Ave. Indian River Ik. nnknown krli. *.iS'so. <(F PAtS HAT "nil dot' lb.- ..1I..r dem.ntod In the
Construction Co. 2673267. 1859 TIIUNDERBIRD. Air. trikrr fmnHahnlni WWNMIII, wku.. t.sbdotPsee :JIo1 llanrwll NlrrM t..npl.ln
City power tram*** nvaiiora c FtXlHIUA. nalnllff vii ".1.1 A"II. ,
........ f. o. Sfl..r i"tKa
I la I39UKe :
tkrMCk. CU' t t illoii .
aftrnng and power brakes, lnl 4XIMHM and VAI.AHIIC V. WlTNlll'$ band ..d _I ofasId ,
--L"Nc- flalll, FlorIda my
: .
JAWKB <> nilw 2 bed 4 r or $ (nICKS. Ill wirede4Vndanla",
WE BUILT 4 of these cozy (',,
"rl .1 TII.eyllI.IIr.vatt
s BEDROOM. 2 bath Imperial $1375. Bill Wagner AM T 2931. .... .
left. Don' ;; .ft., who .* kn..wn to bIsod 111I.! _'10 K sow pendllif In Ik* tirxult4TM A.(. I. IH, I?. 14 OMetil. 11I84. (',,lnly, lOla ftl.l lay, af
room hornet only 1 Estates, furnished or unfurnished -- -- -- AUKK H JACUIKH, wkonwhtpnw -. MKHAHO rvtvr.n. a iflS'i4s5 .. ..f .. July 1044 |
ttrrvard Florida,
r Covnly --- --
be left oat Call now. From $000 Phone 2677336. ..JH.J.JS 59' VW. recent overhaul. best offer .. "_"......... Maryland.AKTHI'R .. loss. Wko,* ............. *"K| .nd which Involve a mil lo fim.na IM TIIK rmri'iT cxirnr ir THR ? Ml11A: I.).
aiMri-M I2M IbetlillWMltt ri'rtTIK R TUHNKS
nolHlia la I
down. Zek Evaiu Construction 267-2159. 8 IA( IIE". whose tk* anoninffo ted tIllI In
....... NINTH,1' AI. riHOI'IT. IN ('1.-rh f flrrult
fMreet, A. CillirtHY
..l > I. Til HlKkwwMl l IMtvK .
l nr oltowllic toelnx
*iro H 1'Ir dmal ItItrevar4
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Co.. 267 aw. BEDROOM 1U bath $350 down. ...lm-. It Marylamt ...<1 tf IHkx ; Cnlv Florida. ANt FIlE WHhVArlll ((tUfT"IAIIIUA. \. : V. H 4.atli.r| |
WILL TRADE car lotboat, motor : Ct'l-VK WIMMrwrtrteMo Alit 3. Ill. IT (4 IMim P10(4.
take over payments. 267 5833. JA marMMl -
J..nt an, HI*.* r Cannova Parkukdlvlalmt. IN l.'HAN'JlftY: NO. 111012vovacs .
TWO BEDROOM furnished, large II and trailer 2671520. who wkm. Ckrlatlan nan** nn4rMKIraf and ....11.... trtilreattla .-
B.mla. llllm.l., < a aWUIXT amirdlmr I Platthurwrf : or inlIrriaflet .t: silT
$9,500.LadnGsrdoa 1'lIl'n'S' *
only BY OWNER 3 hedroom 2 bathwell la unknown:
lot Mint
area : JAC4l'ril' : wkua r*.tit..no I.til l lxxrnl Malk Kealtv rrfiislrrd I Hunter' Park Homes AM Wanted ( A........., 1_t Bi<*. broker a Mam, St.: _AM .!'!'5 7-3612 after S. : I. ana If "l -' (I'LVhR' : WATTS.K1II7 _".rd Couaty, Horlila. rial.llff. at Slar.A vlICa" Office::
.. 'w'0: Harvard Hlr.-et. Foreetfark
-------1 ROOM AND BOARD 4ACgrh.H, hla k*** ChrlM. \ -
CORNER LOT Minis area. furnished o-54o5o- nnknwnlMl Illlntila Swims kr r--
ass naim> an4
Can .- KN<'K JMXJt'KW.. IIAiik.llwkiN ...ni<. and mnlltnv .Ailrena.UKIINAKI .
uRattach garage. i I ELDERLY LADY desires board > .rfwlrtwiic 4 9IM Mi.V, Park- : : ) "'. fllUVKn.
IN have *
267-3268 for details. you say H. _..... Mo-wi-nJ; ...d wane 10'flbIiitomitd malllniiddreM I ;:
and in w.r. -
some care congenial
t homes left on lots with pine A5.I. FKitiMtNll. : rt'ntmtnn any imaM. I la Sill l-.k. HlreM, Club & Lodge Notices I

: WE HAVE several new -d. Ift. and oaks, If you are looking for home. AM 77591.Wanted: iltllil nil or lnlrrcHt. In or ll.0'n IHHIDk l.lbivtyvlllH, Illluol' .
---- -- -- fllAIILK.f J. ( I'l.VICII'' whora
2 bath hunts, with immediate occupancy a home nut Just an ordinary .nat ratal* .aerlk4 oa follnwt retlilimanil. ninlllin atlilreaala
... ..
$ 1ttviai1 fnrkfn"l'al"Bn.'V.
M t :
I anil
everything. Call Wessner enjoyment cal! tlVla 3 and I. akin llllnolas; ,
pays $'.4kn A' ......... ,. Sho TITUSVILLI GARDEN
Itealty. 167-7125. 4 bedroom, 2 baths central USED AUTOMOBILES City Auto "IYIIII"* Io-'OIJ"J OIoHTIIIJUII:: : cta.ce'n: 1'11:1': ROTARY CLUB CLUB YORK-RITE BODIES
p Parts. AM 7-3686. t>a.. I. pllbllo 011,15. 1000.1 r.oi.i.'e'a.. anil ,
heat for air. From to
BY BUILDER. 4 bedroom. central ready $98 nwoMa lOt Hrrvard Coon III. mailing aililivra., I. b4! (lain I O.nral mettles all rln-l.a. In4MtnA I Of North Br** ", C.....,
$110 monthly Including every. Klmliln.TOtl win-it, Aiirnia llllnulH i MEETS THURSDAY ** .f Oft, Nov., KrU." Marah
Kir oil heat, wall-to-wall carpet thine. FMA-low down VA-no Work Wanted ANn RAett111.> art MONICA llLVk.lt' bRASS, 'I. 12:15: P. M. M.v. Tim and iilam. tn n* annuunMil. .
many extras. Large corner lotWhispering \> h..uer'a. 1,1<'bI, ,* ami indium R .
l Hills Road to Green oWI. Immediate occupancy. hirl>y *K|>:riapy| .r4ira1 and r*- ...,..1.... I* 4111 llunll, Htm.1.I l, Whlap.rlnp Hllla Country Club! >*oiltlv* llnaril bat Tuadarmh Indian RIver Chapter No. 27
,. munlh. Orlnbrr thru May.
f anHIT -
COLONIAL HEIGHTS qulrvil tn MTV* a otiny your
Wood 2 blocks north. Make the HUSBAND AND wife with real tn 1h. rumiilalnl fllrd ...ah..1lIuo Aurora, IllIIbnlJOAN : : Dick Slmonet Prtt. I ROYAL ARCH MASONS

Inc. 267. CROWN BUILDERS estate licenses want to work In Iho ........ lylnd r..trl. onIh ri'i.vKii. : IIROWKII.: Mr. I, A. nifnll rriMnt Clifford Yodor High Prhttt.
terms with Masonry ,
2C7-862L ...' THoMAS wtiuao rnMlnni and inainniadilivai II. T. Walker Sec'y .
subdivision. With draw AM 7- plntnttrr' 1torny, ---
8494. I.. HKNOKItrlrtN: nt 3n8 ....III h In . WE'RE HARD to find but you'l 4708. \\ axlilllKlnn Avrnw, Tltliavlllr, tIi.bl! "Ictiv.'ttu. 11111. i'a. BBTA SIGMA| PHI Moott 3rd Wednesday, 7iJO f. NU
4 BEDROOM. I BATH faome .laWhispering --- ------ ......,..... .* nr Inifur*. She Ittt Oay, ofKniitana AND -IiiAll: unknown a too, era of SORORITY at Masonic Tompl Tltut lll. '
fed well rewarded when see colt nliiiv nainml I frmlunla.. Titusville No. 2
LAUNDRY work lltl' It.. .11. Chap.
Hills. $900 down.: thru Kingsbrrry brick homes pick tin and delivery. AM 7.6M9. I -"f .,. monthly payments $117. 267-C943. laam mnCniinil" ky Ma > tfivat' hy, through or unilif ..raKalimi O.E.S. HIRAM COUNCIL No. 13 ,
by Manuel Builders. Turn In Im I -- ------ na .
,. ouSt to quirt Iht I h. ..lIybI1001..- miluial I> .....T" Mil
'Ih 5 li
rose n
LAKEFRONT ESTATES' has the penal Estates opposite! I I.R.CShopping till and rornnvn lit. nwirk-llvi. .ilrfmilnni. nut known la BERTHA: DEMOND I 4i..u I.nlwI., R. & S. Me

tomes with advantages JOIJ'Ulike. Center, pass Cosmo. REDUCING STUDIO ......n..I. on lb. lamia, ilrwrllirilalmv iwO.i.borciboe. it l>r.inii
AND All bobS nr R. V. Btkat
I end fur oitipr rcll'f with roJiulr.l TO': "IborbI Worthy Matron Itt11l
politan models (They're alee *
bedrooms 1 baths at hav .iluhl '
3 rliilmln to any
$12 COO. $500 down $71.IS monthlykicluding too I. then turn 11'1at the 2nd Why not plan to open a studio? else', 50 thl.oit, !ll"t '"ay of July 11X11. (lii". 01' lalxriwl In anil, to Ih. bIr.. Mary Allr Klttlaa aCly.NoI. Mr.. Itnlll. \I K."" Thrice IllustrIous Matttr

P ind 1. 84 mort turn. Bank financing !but as lit For complete Information write ("I'MTla K BAKMKHlork : dnlh.wlIbg .bedle-4 'pIrate-il C' lat tad Itt Tu4ay| I P.M. '.rtvloxttAM Gill Wllllama Rocordor
year i liuni'* In ,Hwvnrd l fount, .
( nU I-4IHI
Just south of lie as $5JO down I In CourtHrcvaril KlorMa. ....H.. Meets Ind Wednesday, at 7130! P.M.
gage. Large lots. << State Distributor 4100 7th N., St. (',.un.y, MorlilnHy I. I 1IT" Pile
Whispering Hills Country Quit : V. ... liponCtoyt'i.iIy The snoUt half .if she .MuulkwratquurliT gsaltta It.-.. n "'__ MasonIc Tempts, C.coa
BEING 4 bed Fla. ,
TRANSFERRED Petersburg '
114 of KW1,( .r iS '\ -
(Route 4(5)). George B. Barley room 2 bath small down pay. I 1'OI.tlT ""'AI.I cLrkTHOMAX lion HU .flt) and. tho Nmlh Imlfof Indian River AM t-tMO BREVARD'COMMANDEBYNo. '
Inc. Tltiuvin 2673622. th. NmH.wi.nl quarlnr (N'tof + PHI RITA MO
rnont. lake over pavments. AM ) ... II KNDERIION Lodge N. tOF.
of. ','II..n Mvv.n ((71.
Al Sorer V for 11.I.tt" NWM "" n... 1.Il.l'erall.al. 24 K. T.

WHISPERING HILLS by owner 7'3895.NICE ._' 1.7'1' I lilt, thrash \\.hlnetua AvcoUe Au'n IU4I Minna Townnhln UHIIII Twcntv-dour Ihlrly HlicIDil & A. M. .n.1ttTJ Lacy Rams, lenInist Command'!

1 bedroom, 2 bath horn, $700 2 Bedroom furnished house Printed Pattern TlluavllliKliirlila AUR. a, ID, IT. 21 tMon,> 1M4.KI.OIIIUA FOOl, (""ivillnic| from lha Meets 2nd & 4th Thursdays, TiJOat Gill Wllllamt, Rocordoe "
down $17,500 FHA. Large living Available immediately Indian ahflv a tra<4 *f 1 lu.* ,HI sore.. MaannlK T.mnl* MeaN 4th Wodnooday 7:" ".M.,
In In Ih N. 1C Cornnrof
room 2 car garage. Many exUas. River City AM 3350.. -- nior tile or. NK<: H of *the. NW '4 ofHm'Uon Mattnl TomploJMI DI..lct.It. : MasonIc Tomplo' Cocoa

Phone 267.7145 or 2672093. IN TISIt I'III"I'IT COURT (lP' 'l'lflO T cold to ()p..... llradlpy H, Stewart. ....1..
CORNER LOT-Mims area furnished NIN'I' JTIliIAI.tltCUIF IN anil wlf. ili-ai, .rllx-il. na fnllowa:* Florida Nurses Ann PILOT CLUB
W. Frank Dard.n. .
J-fcEDROOM, 2 bath wall to wall unattached Call 267. Avis bNi( IIRKVARII ('1II1NTY. Cnmmcno. al Ik* NK cernt .t., .
carpet aluminum awnings. $750. a& IN tllANL'KHY. the NK: '4 of the NW U of MMItlnn Mesh FIrst Tuat.f Mrt. Betty Jonot, Pr...
32K for details._ NO <' :2H421XI1II / T. Ti.wn.tilp. 24 ttuuth, nanii. Meeting m and 3rd WednesdayS
down $67.50 month 3 ,8, 03; lit "It" .I tool MR ".K!: M Kant: Thorn'* run w.... amfnl Junior ChamberOf each month I ,..IIt.AI ]2:011:( Rlvrrvlew Ra taurant
principal Interest and taxes. LAND FOR SALE 3 CAK-IKIIhT MAVINOH ANt II LOANAUNIX : Thpni', run Hoiith ill": fi-Hi 1
Indian: River *hts. Phone 267-: Qi "'lATKtN, a Nrw cMwy carp 1'.n.. run Ka: ,l tin 1 ltd TII...... CommercePaul FIrst ritrtl' 11..1... ami Lean Executive Board Monday

2835. EDOKWATFR: 1* acres Just of e-o .ratl4>n, run Ninth n.m rrl lo ih* ,nolntnf tralilnt Dorothy. Kuralar It.N, Before lat Wednesday _
oiminuinvrmrnli I anil In l lrnnvrycil h. .
riHlntlffWIILIBC .
"T U. S. No. 1. Close In center of ".. oonlaln IJliia' arroainur Salltbury, Prat.Stanlty J.iTMary Dnrli Mlllnnr, R.N

NOWISTIIETIME city. 16500. Park Avenue Really ri'MDIKP anil CJHACKII : or IP** nivitrdlnic I* U I. EwIng hc',. Phono AM T-5HT1 TITUSVILLI

tO'SEE' the delightfully different 103 East Park Ave., Edgewater. !! 1 c Ct'NMKK, Iii. wlfo, and .mil', I vV74. Lowli Kogn" Soc'y PUBLIC LIBRARY
.h nf era herebyeIlfied
-b AKIK, INC a Florida wiri.mnll.inllvri
mew homes. la Colonial HclKbts.I !
Florida. >nilantiNOTICK : that 5 Colt In .ull' till to Building
and 4 bedrooms aO with 3bath. U "..NKIIW UIVKNpurauanl : t Ih eeisve. ,.**..rlllA.1 l>rninrly hnalirn Meet Every Thursday 7:30: P. M 1421 l Dma Road
.. Designed for toe modern LOTS FOR SAL* lo a Final I IMKTM of Knrcloaura .- flhxl aiolnul yon anil yim ararriulril CLUBOf HOURS:
HtM An.nHl ItO 19U4, anrnlrrnl 00'tVCUO I' of your ------- "
family aid their needs by II
many In fhannn-y ('a.. NoIVH4J2 aimwiTl Ih* HIM 1 of ('Otniblisbot" TITUSVILLE POST NO. 1 Mon. thru Fri. 9 a m. I:00 p.aa!
an architect specializing in this I BUILDING LOT with trees. $995. oth.. Clriull, : Cnun at thNtmh i on Ill.pbalotlfYe' aliornpr, K. C. 111 Urannla Avt. Saturday .m. 8.30; p.m.-
field. From $98 to $110 a month cash. Phone 267.0831.: labial circuit 5 In 'ami fnKrrvanl !',,.. of Iho Law .'1.... ..r lln"a.'ll.r .-! _
: I a I..., f I). llnv HIT*. Knil Onlll, _
everything Included, Immediate Coumy, Flurlila.. whenHnCAIITKHHr I AMERICAN Xlular, rnMlli| |. Iml Wdnaday of
i ,. TltutvllU Lad N. IH
SACRIFICE EQUITY. 3 lots front : : HAVINIJH' AND MIANAHMMIA1IIIN Klnililn anil fllo II orliclual' In I heofflrn .
occupancy little or nothing of lhi> t'litrk, of Ih* I'lri'llll. each raunih. Hall niwn' *.<'h T".."", I .
a Nnw l'tmcnriKiiatliin \ bIJ333d Loyal Order Of .
down. Call today for directions. section Port St. John's: block 21between o I IH I'Ulnlirf, anil WILI.IH INiurt In .",1 fw Itrcvaril ('m.nly.Jrl..rl" LEGION Thtiradty nml 'murc1.y *.*"h'l at
; U. S. 1 and r\E.C. Kail .. Ttlnavlll, Hi.rl.U, .. .
COLONIAL HEIGHTS C. I'NDlT-V' and lltACK: Ii.t't'NLSIPV *t n nrtwfi I pm MOOSEMoott
CROWN BUILDERS road. $550 each; $1500 for 3. Bal > kin wir. and tllllAIIIK >i.. 1h*. M. ilnv nf *.)r|.l.*"'h.r. u..r ?Tivlrk-, Cnndr.nh..rl aiavkt '
loot or I.ri>r IT C'nnfNHio will n* I
INC.. Florida corniirnlionm p.m. ,.
nee 3235. Owner In Cocoa. 8 a .., i'mi.r.b" AdlIlnnt
2C7-8621; li >r I will aoll. to Ihhlgli .nl..1 ...1. "nil.I'r M ,. IM Mrd'Tuoaitay
> UKU.
< < a< and
Aug. ]16 18. I lit its ,:Rii, > that StIle I be 1 Mil North of Mlmt M U. S. I
-- 17. & .''M ami. boat bldilor. .. fur i..h a L.nlon Hall, I p.m.Woman's 0' WORLD WAR.I
% b.it piilillHli.ri in Ih. TMnavlll. Star'Abitwat. Jim' Moltblo Co..
I REDROOMIbOtII.: hardwood I h.. KaM Kront l>nor of thfl llr BARRACKS DM ornor
floors in ideal location near Services v.rd O.uolr Ciniilhouaa In IhCity ., I Ilewetbaper| of awiipririrculailon Ralph Brokow, Soc'y _
In I .
of TltuavUlii. ('0005) at /Ire.vllr" L. HrrvaM t'uiiniyKlorlila Club of Meet first Wednesday
schools and shopping; also near nnra each wrak for fnuvonwciillv '
), MnrHa. at U noon nn inUlllh 1
new Catholic t School. $750. down, PAINTING RESIDENTIAL and day of Augutt, IbIS lha filllowlnr *, wrn-lm, prIor. to cell r.. !A li earh month American. .." ;;Wodnotdiy
turn tale. Inc. V'.4'V Legion Hall! with Covered
mortgage. Call AM Insured '9 dfw-rlbfd. |tro|),'rtv .. tw ,
assume small Licensed WITNi': Ih hnml of the riorknf
... UUh of each month
trIO In aald Final u. *. lo wll; 'k.1i Luncheon 1 pm ,
5901. 1'1 C. KJ 8Iinl. Colonial Heights ,Lot 1'J Rloik tl ol Hlll'TII' the. I'lrcult Court. llrvr Meets lAt Monday nf Each Month : '
U K.: IVpix-r C mdr. .
2678970. fATHK'K .kTHOKKM "IItiTIt J ( 115'IY. Ytoa'lto Ihl. 24th day lit |
Only. 1'11I4 October thru May Tom WaUon, Qm. 'I"'
KICfTION, aworrilnii to the 1-lnt \ 1 Oct. through May
.. ('IIIT'A' ft. ISAISNP'I' (1.-rb ___. _
rwtonlnd In l 1'1.1
Jim FREE !tt' : Hook I], lIr'or4eoftireynr4Sawfly at rum M, fif Ihofiiblln nf Hy:the V. (H Ir..llit 14310011cr1ltIIIlll I'oil." I SIn.. J. J, Condca Fret."PYTHIAN .. TITUSVILLE LIONS CLUB I[I LaVtrne Hardtn

I L.P. BOTTLED GAS KliirliUi; Totrlkrr with ChrkCreilrl Prtt.-Ph. AM 74534

JA INSTALLATIONISuburban lha following, : Dura bv.oI.me' : Model IIWIIr.1 -. -
HollandINC. l'OCAltare.ya -
flotilla Restaurant -
fiinrd Air r'uriutm) SISTERS I.
Propane 9220 Mod..l Tlt-aWiH. *. II. HOX f..r ni7nKau plalntlfftI South Lake Br.vsrdfl.habIIilstlon
2018 U. S. 1 N. 267-6411 14'4-24 OK floors. ; Mo' V. S. NO. 1 > Miles JDIiAUlUKHryant Hl-llll:' HurfaiI'nll, July 27, Au.. I, 10, 17 (..*.j ) bIOS, Mmil lad Xh Thea. President No. WiHUma Ay*.
North Of Mime At of >.ih munlh at Ip.m.Mrr .
Water heelModal. ; INuione Clyde rirllo Arthur Dunn Airport
Rocket Motel AM 7-3097 1.15 nnudaa Flltrll, If \If.: Sec'y
Stores For Rent llond : Model 11.UK' MIIKK or IMKNTION TlHfomrrli > MlS' '. ". Iflo,.,ort, "*tl'y. Meets 2nd Thurs. every month

lIal.d Hill ItO day of Auiuallldil. rltiirioiM x. "'F': Mra Evelyn I'reemanVianiqtKIWANIS PUBLIC INVITID

NEW and USED NEW STOKE building for officesor ri'llTIH' K. IIARNKMClerk NOTICK th. : ndenliieil IH HKIIKIir, : Inletiilil(IIVKNIkat I :I. _. !..- NORTH REV loRD '....1 W. Le PartalnS

boniness 15 s 80 or 30 x 80. Printed Pattern 1220: Half of the (Irnillt Court ri-nMer. lha tit llilil4llifl0| ... CLUB HORSEMAN'S CLUB .c"'y.i Mr*. Martha Paulfe

MOBILE HOMES Pleated and air-conditioned. !;Izes 1434, 16%, 1014, :O',, of llrevard County "KKNNKDIT; MANOIt" ar prnvfde* Moott Moott focond Monday Itch Month Phone' AM 7-3043
I Phone 267-6100. 2i, 24%. Site 16% requIresyards HY: Mary Jo. ttnorIhpiiiy by ('lllto311.1, "' Ado nf I Ihe Fl.r'tIn ; Tu."' .". 7:10: P. M.
C'li'tk l l/eirliillar-. nf 11141 IM''lion 12:10: p.m.WHISPtHINO i
Sales And Rentals S JWnch fabric COI'HT II EAI.itoItRKttIiN: "bOIlS of the Florlil, ",,"'1..)
Used Cars & Trucks FIFTy CENTS In ode for ,; AND (CorimllO HOHTH HTIIKKT: MOIr.l: AAl'AltlMp11N'rs. HILLS Q BILL DUFF, P,... :

this pattern add 15 art Forty Flral MlrrolMiami INC' COUNTy CLUB fl1fT ,
for lleaih Florida WlVIAug. HY C. I,. mlnilon, Prnldenl FRANCIS THRILKILD, $esy
1963 CADILLAC 4dflor., hard top, each pattern for lat-clasa Ill HIM MalllnaAcMrem Dnyln rrlabt*
.1..un.1 ___ ._ : Pnene AM MlNorth
: .
I -
mailing and l'rellllost'
air conditioned full power like handlinr.! I"*.. urn,
12' WIDES Send TIIM TIICHIT Coi'ltT Of THE Tom E--I o .,-., 1"-- :
to 170 Newspaper Pat. IN '1'"111\1110. Kla. Om, Neorlary' .I TITUSVILLI LITTLE, ..
new. 267.2889.1957CI _ tern Dept, 232 West 18th St., NINTH JI'DICIAI'. CIIII41IT OP July ::7. Aa.. S, 10, IT (Munt IM4, Brerard Shrln Club INC.

21 Floor Plans now avail- EVRLET Belair. 2 door for New York 11, N. Y. Send 60* TIIK AND Foil MTATK HHFVARO OF FI.1IHII1A.( ,IIN'rY.' IN B. P. 0. E. ELKS LODGE Ird Thursday se 7:30 p.m. tat Tuts ef THEATRE Ma. 1:90 p. m.

V8 engine Standard transmission our Snrlnir-Summer Pattern IN 'ItANt'toRY: No. mi 1.1.... The.,.* Hide. ell ..*..* A.*
able in the new condition. $flOO. AM 7- Catalog. Includes coupon vflhI( t. tsr ."Ntfl,60l: tIll "UK IN/ TIIR: "MAI.I. CLAIM ('lit'" It?, Me.,. At _. (
good good lot On. free Patttrn Nolliv 'la hereby (riven thai (;-I's' IN AllIs Foil Mltl11YAiibillt'Nry, Moats Monday Nlfhtt ---- -

CHICKASHA 12 Wide 4fi26.; _ TIM' II. IIAIINKK: flerk iif ClmtN FlyORIDACAHN 123 .. Wathlngton An V 1t7"ILKI CLUB
( llltKVAIlll' County I'S'S- "Nil 2104.7PtIUlHbHN
56 iv-v.--v- : stick shift excellent I, Ida,r'.m .on the :iriS dny Id fienl I/IAN CO, I o'elotk \ Ch... Kilter, ',... ..;.
H f>ml.'r. IWH. at lefxl "..".. of ...>. I'l.AINTIKf" Waits 11TITV".IIII tn*
(condition R and no rust .t InfO. dour of llmard Co. ..lyImrt V)" J. Mocha. I. I. ( W Frank Darden. 'ec', fret/'
10% Down Local Bank 2676029. ( llouao, HRFVAIID: ( 00055. MART AIICR' DCKKW' : AKA R"", .." BatctMldor, Sac.TItuirUI I ,
'to In Ik. ('11, of TITI'MVII.I.K.:: Kkir. MAO' HI.I.I: :, Ph. AM 71143VITBRANS ..C' ?,
FinancingWE 55 FORD n/II, extra clean. leaving MORE Ida, offer for ..1.. .n' ai TRADE ANYTHING ., state make offer.. 267'8494. CURE tin MUYy I. ih. hl a.'"l and bed '4 TII r OF KllrNUfM, Cull OPPORIICN ,M....*l. T.*llTM .
0 Miler for .ulo. the foHowOC .1.> .. Nt' .m I la hxreliv. sly.Ihat I. -
---- TllMl. property altuaUU In llrevaritioMoly. LKIUM H WI lION. irherlff! of lire WARS ;
tlorlda, to-wll: yard winly, Florida. uo.l.-r. and by d:4s: F.M.Chanttcitor. M_..<. fail A Ilk "av ll. Chapter
GIVE MORE 1.... U. Illock I. CANOVA PAIIKURCTION VHIIMI *f a writ nf Knei'iitinn: here rtinnrtayt, a I'M. Itch
A, """ '..rdlt,. to Hi. tnfor* laaueil out of h. .h..". no-ll, THE NATIONAL II'
LIVING II map or thereof a. recorded e'stilb.ls rt, on the lain day, ofNmmber 1M Club Open I P.M. Dally SICKITARIIS
LUXURY Pubic lI..r t.IIlr"v.rt. County. riorldaparmmnl t l.w4iig' dcaiTlbeil pro5e'rly. 111111. lob. Y-.. Pre.. AM 1.PI* Miles M. Holllngtworth, Camdr, :
In iOn final decree of fnr14'Mim .. lying and beln* In ilreyal't: l ( uunlyFlorid Milt Mortonton, Outrtormatttr I.ul ManIty .f Etch Monllo -isErieto
entered Ik) a. nan. pndlnit I Inlaid ., lo-wlt: Carla'. Pr... AM '.I OI....
brick home 3 tile baths la tars\ I' "be.doer:: Hub KVV JI)
New 4 bedroom Court the *tvl of whit RIvenriow P. T. A. ---- -- -
DUN F.:DI IN: IIIOst.Pin. HHMin. IIMI P'lo..I".
Plaintiff !.Ie...* UW-170'13 of the J

wall to wall carpet inter-corn AM/FM radio ... :defith: i .properly' : of Ih. ahov ,nmmed MaItf..t RtorvlovSchMl RIFLE tt PISTOL CLUB tI VOLUNTEER 4
PAUL W. KlftNKIt. tin, el al, l, .0,5, 40.1 on lb. lOb deyor C lit MM. ladi'Month
Defendant*. 5. cmi.,,, 11010 te'Iwe.a Ih* !) 7 flU DIPT. '2M
M. .
: .
< .
.oil, .vke number of whl<* I Ie i"e.b h.to "V 'sIc; namely: -tev.n. pet .
heat and air conditioning. "um'IIIr.1.: .... ....II In Ike. t.......... an.1 two Earl Snyder lit and led. WodnotdtyiJtM ** lit itO nr lln A
central' WITHMI4: my basIS and Ihff fflrlal ..,Ie< Ie In lb. .rt.'n..n. un ..... ,.11II. .* TkarxUf. *trr ..*IH Ills ....,:
I mt tt .. ('nnr.. Ikl* 7lh 4ar 4..1 the rrnnl lnf" nt the lire- ,,..,.. '..*.I.! .... M'. rnar KtrftrTmaM

of Anuat IteMCfMTlH lord Co-aty I'n".t ltouss. TOut' Chamber Commerce Ix'. .
Men. ritifj
No red quali- M BAHNKM VIM, riorbl I will, offer t"r .MI. CIVnA L ._ M/rlta
Double Car Garage. tape, no Clerk. of the circuit Court' .ml sell to Ih. hlirkeat .bidder. for Monday 5:15:] -
of r>ra.r. Count*. Fhirlil, cMk, I I. loa a". th cabin. decrlbedproperty .
Hy: Mary Jo. CnirerORKOORT .. tIle properly of aald d.. BrVervtew! Beat
oo..uly. Mf'Ii< Fendanl la nall.ry acid .... all.. I hail.. iradRaid, For Listing In This Directory
in. $159
down and move a HI III will' b :
fying. $4000 If II OH""Y of properly. old aubjexi lecoOdes'
you have rental rrriti.r.i AROTROH. nnniciiT- la 55 prl.r recorded Hen. t I IVA
HON" GNACrAtlnrner E1UH *. WILMIN: NborlffHreyrd ,. W.'_'.
housing list it in for Malntlff, ('....1.. FloridaKUMfceth V. '..'
month. For appointment. Call 267-1928. P. O. l.o. Via : M Cvuner ....., Oaaiiawoo. Call Slar-Advocate 267-03,3:
The Star-Advocate! Dtinwll, rtordU tVM: lonuty SherIff' Sec.inns' .
I AOL 10 'M....) I1W4 All* III IT. 24. II I Mon.| IM4 'TrMI*., 'Tr*...





PAYMENT Beall/i $15,000 TO $19,000

Several Large LOTS SALE I In FAIR GI2N. 4*

A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville S47JO to JfiSM Hornet' ear C to 1800 aq. ft. minimum.I : M*<

LOW DOWN Only 2 Milet West of U. S. I On Garden Street COWART & CARTER ; *.


_ THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM TWO TILED BATHS 3200 Phone Garden: 267-3222 St., or Titusville 267-2531!. .' .


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r't.I ,' THiuvlII (PI.r''." StirAtfveiaft Monday August 10, ,IW4 j


South Tifusvillo Happenings + e Iy6Yer, Fi <

, Doll Project To Benefit JPMH '


The Community Affairs Department .
tlA f 'Jse I
of the IRC Woman's i .t

Club has created two new citizens .
In the persons of Raggedy

Ann and Andy. e ran, ',:;I.l i j .1 ,(f
These dolls are being sold to

help raise funds to purchase + e e Walgroon 8MM
needed small equipment for Jess J

Parrtsh Memorial Hospital The ; FILMDaylight 3
dolls are 20 Inches tall and sell
for WOO per set or pair. r : : or Indoor :tea
Orders are now being taken .....
for birthdays or Christmas by KNOW.79 "
Peggy Gray, 267-7504 or Barbara $ Jl9 L

Cromwell 2672200. r4 tai :::; With Coupon Only ttB :;::

Mtt Hero ee'Grata' r Good Thru

Mrs. Mattie Fore of 238 Semln- mi\\\\\\ \

ole Avenue and Mrs. Mary tioggi ,
;j a :,, .
of 343 Coquina Avenue, are senior \
citizens and they both come i'ff{
'from Parkersburg, W. Vs. They 1 .i..I.l )
knew each other In the 4 /
lever r. _. I'- : I Mechanical Ballpoint
'West Virginia City. J

; Some years back, this column and TROPHY Vicki WINNERS Merriam are- David shown ; PENCIL E I L PEN &

wrote a story of Mrs. Bojgs' gold cups from Mrs. Joseph Draper
aunt, Mrs. Amelia Pence of I nedy, Fine Arts Dept. Chairman. for, o:: With Extra Refill :::

Parkersburg, W. V,., who died IliC Woman's Club, for their. top =
after her looth birthday. It seems Raggedy Ann and Andy Reg. $2.00NOW "*
in the art program. The.vvo, along )
that Mrs. Fore knew Mrs. Pence Holly Martin, also a winner but : 99C 55:::

in her lifetime and visited with Denise to stay and be of assistance :::; With Coupon Only E;:
her frequently. Then Mrs. Fore
Mr .and Mrs Robert Langgle Com ,I-< '
California More I
read In these columns that Mrs. t Good Wtd., 12
Visiting at the home of Mrs and daughter are vacationing In Mrs. JoAnn Blitch, who live This
Pence was the aunt of Mrs. ftorma Thomas, Ellis Circle, Pennsylvania with her husband, O M. Witch ed will ? i \
'Boggs! she called Mr.. Boggl 1111111 I I I l l l I I ttW&
,and when they compared notes, last week were Mr. and Mrs Overnight guests last Wednesday and four ions at 234 Beverly Mrs. :
'.Ted Kultti from Twinburg, O. Street, South Titusville, recently Cit
of Nancy and John River
It seemed that both of these ladles :
i had lived In Parkersburg for Cearley were Sarah and Joe returned from a three week's this) ggTTriTilfliOlympla

many years but bad never seen Charlie and Ernestine Weaverof Swain of Atlanta, Co. vacation to the West Coait;, to ,mind all
and child of tho S. Santa Monica and Los Angeles: several' Men' and Ladias s |
or heard of each other.So 828 Jepson Street, Mr. Robert Pryce U.
at first they became ae- ren, Cheryl and Charlene, are Coast and Geodetic Survey, Calif. She flew from Orlando t to equated ;
the West Coast. =
grimed by telephone, and they moving this week to their new who makes his home in this JoAnn was reared and edu bring
freqently conversed, but home In Roikledge They have left last week for South on which
never park cated In Santa Monica. She was the I sweet :: : :::
each other in The been residents here for almost he will sit
met person Africa where up a
sequel to this story Is that Mrs. two years and will be missed by tracking station. He Is expected the invited Hollywood to the Open opening Air night Theater of sun and' Reg. S5.00 $ I
Eva Lee Bobo, who Is a friend of' many In this community. to be away' from here for 6 In Hollywood where many Inspiring ,for a NOW

5 both, had to take Mrs. Fore to. or 8 weeks. and magnificent open.), it. :::; With Coupon Only 1
Orlando on some special business Little L.agu. Meeting New residents of this park operetta, concerts and "Pep Mrs. :
Good Thru Wod. U
and so, hearing about tho tribute '
are Mr. and M... Albert Phillips Nile" performances are held.
two of them, she Invited Mrs. There will be a special meeting of Dmsmore, Florida. Mr.Phillips She renewed old friendships and, Hqme .

: Boggs. : to go along. I of the Nominating Commit is a Union Mechanic business association men 'of /11111111Alllll, l \\
,Last Friday the three of them tee of the IRC Little League to
at Cape Kennedy. vard
JoAnn was active in Music
went to Orlando, and the two night (Monday), August 10th '
Mountaineer ladles got together at 7:00: p.m. at the River Lanes Te Eustis Arts of Santa Monica and the County a special ") .!'JTm': f{

In person for the first time. They Bowling Alley Community Civic Opera Culld. She had lunch its 4-H
e exchanged conversation and Room. The Royal Ambassador Chapter several times with a lung time'' :
will Stainless Steel
late of Central Baptist Church friend and a sod ate. Raoul,, ; J
'found that In addition to the -
loft last Saturday, August 8th, Gripenwaldt, M -sic Editor of the servation ;
"Mrs. Pence, they had many SCHICK
to return =
common acquaintances. Te York Pa. lit 0:00 am. for Eustis. They "Evening Outlook" newspaper In ,

Mrs. Roy Forward and dauglv"ter spent the day working on Santa Monica, where JoAnn', state as soon' 0'4; .....
Grand-chlldron Visit Rebecca, of 2G9 Stuart .the n'w'Assembly Grounds of formerly was' employed. ; Reg. 79cNOW
Avenue, motored to York, the Florida Baptist Conven ; er Is ;
One of the. "highlights". of"her!
Visitors last week at the home 56C
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Helpen- Prnna tl) attend the wedding/ of tion. The Brotherhood Department trip wag meeting( and dining hi this ; :: ;;; ;::
Mrs. Forward's sister, Patricia of the State of Florida the of TV's Dr can get ; :: : '
atoll of 880 Cleveland Road, were company, Kil- food. ; With Coupon Only ;::
was tho host to the boys and : !
their grandchildren, Diane and Foil Be to Ronnie Cuitis. dare, Richard Chamberlln and
Lee Gregory from Jacksonville Pat Is the daughter! of Mr. served them their meals. the lovely opera star and actress Roll will ; Good

,and Mrs. C. N. Foose of 1150 After the work day was over, Mary Costa. She also met, bers know of ; i imi\\\\\\\\\ \ J

Home From Vacation hardy Avenue. this city, but the boys traveled into the Nanette Fabray, actress, vocalist the ; ,
teeing that most of the family State oust and spent the and comedienne, during dress ;
Mr. and Mrs M. E. Young the
were In and found Pennsylvania night In the cabin of their rehearsal of "The Unsinkable on ; \-.i.I.I.Jf; {
and sons, Mike, Ed and Judy of
,(37 Vanguard Lane, returnedlast the wedding was held in leader, Larry Nuylor They Molly Brown" on, the stage of D
the Foose's old home town, attended Church Sunday morning the Santa Monica Auditorium ;
week from their vocation In Luxury
Yoik. Rcbccoa was one of the at the Oklawalia Baptist where the Motion Picture Academy Mrs. ;
West Virginia and Ohio. They S nieces who were bridesmaids.Folks Church and returned Sunday Awards are held. I at the ; Golden Buller Toffee
Were accompanied by their nephew I
from fourteen States afternoon In time to worship in From Santa Monica, she re \ille ;
\r Jeff Barrett, son of Mr. and the District of Columbia the Training ,Union. turned to her home In Titusville I return
and Mrs. Rick Barrett of Deles I Gems of Gold 5
JoAnn Is oil
wire present at the wedding The boy were under the di. a Board Member Germany or
pine Avenue.
held In the York Christian and rection of Larry. Naylor and tho Indian River City Library hew :: ; (Peanut Butter Filled) ;::
In West Virginia the Young Association,
,Missionary Alliance Church and Bert O'Bcrry, I during ,Rag. $1.00NOW
family and Jeff visited Mrs. at the Reception at the YWC.A ----- ----- 77C' -
young's uncle, George Tuucker,
Mrs Forward ana Ruben Vacation Bible School With Coupon Only "
near Clensfennin. The boy had the opportunity( of visiting. The Vacation Bible School at Good Thru Wod. Aug. 11llllllllIAL1UltU
j enjoyed mountain t l climbingand relatives they had not seen in Central Baptist Church has

boating. Since this wasJell' many years. They also spent reached the halfway mark. 278 l ,
fiist trip to West Virginia, two days at the family Campat children have been enrolled, with %
he met several great-aunts and Lake Swan, Mcliose, Fla. on attendance 'reaching the high of i! .llfl.X.iWf{
great-unuclcs for the first time. on their return trip. 237 on Friday -
They later drove to Akron The bride is I a teacher at TI. During the creative permit of
Ohio where they spent several tusville High School. the day, the ,Juniors have been 100 Capsules 50.000 Units
r days with Mr. Young's mother, making bird houses, jewelry (Mixes 1
Mrs. Gussle Young who has Ladies' Day book-markers, pin cushions VITAMIN A
been a frequent visitor to this Last Wednesday was Ladies' and cats. The younger depart M '

urea, and visited his three sisters Duy during the Family Camp mcnts havo been making projects :: ::;
t in that city Week at the Lake Swan Concrenee In,accordance with their Reg SI.S9
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-- ground of the Chiistlun age,. 99C
Personals and Missionary Alliance Church There are still five more days Wt) I NOW

Dick Roach from Washington, ... for all the boys and. Kills of Indian With Coupon Only ::s

D. C. recently visited his moth Ladles from all over Florida River City to come and Good Wod. Aug. 12
er, Mrs Betty Mulley and his and Georgia attended\ the meeting join this Vacation Bible School

f ulster, Mrs. Joan Harper at 420:: where Mrs. C. G. Ingram of /I1111111AIllllll l i \, \ J
h Key BIscayne Dilve. Dick is a Vietnam and Mis. Floyd IIBourman [, I I g}

former resident of Titusville, a of Mall, Upper Volta, 't. .l.j.I.f
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1951 graduate ot Titusvllle High were the Missionary speakers. TELL 4
School, and he has been with Those who attended from Indian t

the U. S. Department of Immigration River City were Mrs. Park THEM COUGH SYRUP J
In Washington fur near Braden, Joanne and Michael

ly five years.Visiting Mrs. Trent Coleman, II. T ABOUT ;: RobltusslnFor ......
I Colt man, Mrs. Franz Ashaughand
:: : Adults and ChlidrenBeg. :::
the of' .
at home Vlrgie Douglas, Mrs Clyde Gilliain LCOME ,
and Bobby Hollry[ on Ellis Ter Mr,. Roy Forward and I $1.25NOW ==

race, are Mis. Ilolluy's parents, Rein'cca. WAGON So many p :::: 73C ;:::
Mr and Mis. Turn K. Anderson,
mesni !
and her brothers, Virgil (Virfie' Whispering Pints Newt rgre .was II I wegy s.. W :::; With Coupon Only
l.anMiiI w yoga--1IItr. N loans from us,
twin) and Paul, and sister Mr. and Mrs Herbert Me- ass II W Mae. d.vl Welasna (i Good Thru Wod.. Aug. 12111Illl1MIlllWAW
Clarlene, from De Funluk Nabb, operators of the Donut :.....ihr WiI M WSW. oak bank because

} Springs. Mrs. Anderson Is helpIng Kitchen left last Monday to ... .aster.. :.-= .=.aegndsw vantage of our l
i her daughtel temporarily visit their son, Stanley, and Is a sSd. ii We w. into Savings. 0 !
I while she recovers recent surgery family In Key West. They are IIIIIIIVs Wadtl.wl. kgglWp. or here in our bank, which I I.
). The Volleys have a 6. expecting new grandchild ysa srq esg because we know you better

I months old daughter, Sharon and the senior McNabb's plan One Stop Banking' soon?0 One ARE NOT FILLING YOUR


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