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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 13, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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84th Year No, 84 14 Pages Today i" TitusUlle_ I !Florida Monday I I A.h 13. 1004 5c Per Copy Published Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays -

I lr, 4A ;tri Board To Consider Integration -Plan-


Must Be ReadyBy

I 1 July 23rd w \ ,

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Bievard County School Board "
will probably get into the In.1E'IU'lliion -
; problem early tomor V. 1
row morning\ as the regularmeeting a,
or July If slated to begin
at 8:30: am in the school .

vim, t botfrd: o'fice here Lm45 .l:Aw&&v';' "''t
Ordered by Federal Court to t i kr tw a r '
come up with a plan for integration I I'J \' ,
by July 23, the board has, < :
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'" on an individual basis, been ;,b '
M studying various t types of plant "

submitted by members of the '
administrative staff ."..e ...8f. .::

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A plan must be submitted to .. ". \ ,
OX District Court Judge Georga --.. ,.. .' 'I ,
Young by July 23 Just nine :.:-; v se s

days after tomol row'l meeting >"..
diid a hearing on the plan has !
been net for July 30 in Tampa c ,
Plaru under study have included t I
DACK FOR CHECK-OUT The Ranger, which is slatedto those of Orange, Volus-ia .

be launched on a moon-crash trip July 27, is shown and oth'r counties in Florida, -
back in the pre-flight check-out building Saturday morn- which have previously been apr -

ing after being given a preliminary test, The Ranger will proved In Federal court. .>, ,, ,. ., ;, ,I
be "torn down' for a complete re-check of each part, Judge Young in June held a t- 4'v' /!
will then be moved to a safe area and on the 24th is to be preliminary hearing on a suit, ," ,- ... ,
mounted atop the rocket that will fire it into space The filid three veais ago by the parents ,
Ranger is designed to take television pictures of the of aeveral Negro students

moon, on its approach course, and send them back for ticking integration of all facilities !!- .

study purposes leading up to the landing of men on the In the county system I

moon,-(S-A Photo). Also during tomorrow ses
aim tne board will appoint doctors -

for bus driver examinations, ARRIVES Preparations for the next flight in the NASA space program the powerful Titan for the launch of an unmanned Gemini spacecraft on a
discuss student insurance pioposdls began: Saturday with the arrival of the second Gemini-Titan II launch ve- sub-orbital ballistic mission down the Enatern Test Range, The flight Li
Cape Adds "Muscle"With decide whether to build hicle at Cape Kennedy_ The two-stage space booster! was flown here in, scheduled to be the final test of the launch vehicle and the fully equipped ,
more pjrtable classrooms or put an Air Forte C-133B cargo plane from the Martin Company plant in Baltimore spacecraft before the first manned three'oibit mission piloted by Astronaut :
first grades on double sessions Md., where it was built Checkout will start immediately to ready Virgil: I, (Gus) Grlssom and John W. Young.
in number of schools, discuss

Launch VehiclesWithin senior,icpnrt high curds attendance, and discuss policiesand an j

educational unit at the Brevard Will Bayview School
County Supervision Center. \
two hours of each other pany plant at Denver, the Titan .-
..wkiUi wJl..develop \1 1City
Salazday.wuc. +Jsugr tweveargoesthat '-1II-A stage, .
wJl add muscle to the nation nearly a half million pounds of Zone ChargeApplications
exploration program thrust, was lifted off the runway Be Next City Hail?
space ut Lowry AF13, Colo, It t about!
landed at the Cape KennedySkid .
2 al)1. EST by the C 13J -
Strip council of Tltuiville has masts and future needs to com,
hortly after the C-133 touched been considering the purchase of plate this study, I
At 1:13: a.m, (EST), the wheelsof down, off-loading of the 71-foot
On tint Bayview Elementary! Sehnol The school board/ discussed
Force C133 number ft began under the scrutiny City AgendaThree I. !
Air age possible/ site for an expanded the sale of thin property and
90539 weeded down on the d Lt Cut Marc M. Ducote of city hall and the subject will be has given approval' to such sale,
asphalt runway. In \the caver- the 63j3lh: Aerospace Test applications for rezoning \ officially discussed at tomorrow' to Die city It was discussed at
none cargo compartment was the Wing who supcrvUe the Titan face Titusvllle City Council nights meitlng the same time the isle of the old
III program at the Cape. tomorrow night in a comparibly Members the council have Vrevard
first state of the first! Martin. short Also of Juno College campus
agenda on tap will
Force Titan III.A ixamliud tile school facilities was brought up.
built Air
After offloading the stage be the notice of
approvalof .
ami City Manager Cleveland fal The downtown building, constructed
Launch Vehicle to aritve
Space was taken to Hanger U In the a bulkhead line extension
pro. merge asked Don Thompson to In 11(17( once housed all
at Cape Kennedy, Cape Industrial Area for check. posed by II. C, Kirk ,it: :}) .
prepare Information fur the council 12 grades In Titusvllle, 10 years
Just seven minutes less than out Paul White Is requesting) re l regarding spate, renovation later housing only elementary

two hours later at 9,08 Air The remaining stages will arrive coning on a seven.acre tract located possibilities, etc students and more recently for
furce C-133 number 60524 in the near future and the on the north side of Gar- Several weeks ago Talmadgs:: the first Hire grades only, because -
touched down, with two powered Titan HI-\ will be assembled den strut between Titusvllle asked all department heeds to uf lack of recreation J

stages of the Mai tin-built Air and crU! force G mini Launch leady to .20 Launchstand for White is seeking a F.A zoning, 0
x testing I' ifi" ,
which has recomminded for ; > .! i'f 1*( .il I.t .. .
roll out the giant clamshell rear late this summer ; ; ,:,,..: :
denial! by the planning award. Council To Consider
doors of the titanic turboprop In addition to the powerful Anjay Corp, Is re'j'testing re DETERMINED DEPUTIES Deputies of tension at a minimum In Mime, Here Proposal
transport. first ;tags will be the 3.J-feet high toning/ of property In Block 5, Sheriff Leigh Wilson's Department were hard hat deputies! search an automobilefor :1
fresh from the Martin ComSlreel 100.000-pout d.thrust second stage Rite t Addition from present nIb determined Sunday night to keep racial firearms.-(S-A Photo). To Combined Library Service

and the pt'c1ally.developed, la,- to a BW classification! to allow '
000--pound.thrust translate.
Name warehousing Planning City Manager Cleveland Tut that a library board, consisting
Arriving in similar fashion, board has recommended approval Racial Problems macho; will make a recommendation of fie" nembnri! three from the
of the BW application Bring
from the Martin Company plant to illy council tomorrow old city of Titusville and one
n Baltimore, Md, was the Air Bill Hall/ is requesting property .
To BeRecommended .
Changes night that one library board bet cant:! f, )m the Whispering HOI
.f'orce.devdoped Gemini Launch approximately 10 acres lo tabll"hed for the operation of area and Indian River City area
Vehicle '(GLV), A modified Air cated west of Jack Transferand
one library and one brunch ruth. be appui: ited by the council to
Farce Titan If, the CLV is siznl- Storage, north of Lenore er than the two presently operated eerie bo"i! libraries The. libraryin
lar to the first stages of the Addition, be rezoned from R Ib Curfew To Mims Area Inlhn River City would become I
Titan II!-Allui to a TM classification to allow
branch of the
If residents hive on Oak Street trailer park. Planning and tuning The city It now operating two : a library I
Palm Street, Indian River Ave., was the second CLV to Board has recommended approval the TitJNVillw Public Library, J
Washington Ave.. it Is possible be airlifted to Cape Kennedy, of the request libraries The Titusvllle Public! Under this Iy.teni. as explained
not be living" there Mima has been put under a night. proximatily 23 deputies patrolled! Library located at the extreme
tiny may The first arrived last fall and In other action, the council \ by Talmadge, resident
lung after Tuesday night. was successfully orbited on will: curfew, by order of Sheriff Sheriff Wilson nld( anotherreason the area, setting up road blocks northet n end of the city and the of the city of Titusvllle would,
Indian River City Library, op-
The Planning and Zoning Commission April 8.New. Consider proposal for Job Leigh S. Wilson/ In an effort to for the curfew was a report and I spanning cars for firearms crated:! li: the extreme southern have onu card for the two libra
he had All youngsters were sent home
evaluation and curb further Incidents of received from a responsible
and City Manager Clever wage and salarypay any ..p.cIiOlor the city, rice thereby giving a larger r i
Negro citizen In the and other were encouraged not
plan survey to be conducted racial violence which baa flared '
land Talmadge have completeda circulntlon of book resulting In
lime area that Negro youth to be out on the street "!It Is unusual for a city to operate .h,
comprehensive study of changing City Seal by Frank C. Brown Co. Cost of up in that North Hrevard town. a less amount of operating cost.
were purchasing and SliinC Wilson sale! his two libraries is seperaterntitui
project would be, approvalby guru ammunition
duplicate! and similar street upon Since the passage of the Civil will be
It probably only a
from received as such operation la costly
council, S2100. place as far depart mint gcmral co.
throughout the city This Rights Bill on July 2, there have
names away as Sanford and Coco from the Negro ," Talmadge said He used as matter if a> few years before the J
To Be RevealedBy I Take iperhtinn com
study and recomm ndations for up a resolution authorizing been numerous Incidents of racial should consider construction
When 13year-old hula prowlthe murnty In the curfew efforts 14n sample the cost of circulating city
will be submittedto Mayor and conflict In Mime
name change City Managerto area during
be located
1 to
city council Tuesday night borrow Ho,829 from the First which time several! persons have stieets at all hour of the The Sun'lay morning moling, u !book In the county In 1063- i 11 one library I
City CouncilA National Bank to be financed been hit with pellets from shot night: armed to the teeth, It a !In which John Demon Jr, 13. 04 at ;i1)..I! rent. comparison, near the center of the" city to : I I
this project. "' the Titusvllle Public had serve: the entire area, Tslmadgt r
"Throughout over period of four years at four gun blasts and a recent incident time to sra curfew, Wilson year o Irl Negro of Mimi was shotIn Ubiary
where it was nece .ary to Great Seat of the City of percent simple Interest for the In which a 15-year-old Negro boy nUted "The only way w* are the alHlonun, brought the arrest a coil, of circulation tti 34 cents said I
change the name of a street we TitusviL'e bat! been tentatively purchase: of two 7JO gpm lire was shot In the Women early fang: to control tbf thing/ is to of IT.year oil, Eugene Sllu and the Indian River City Libra
tried to substitute a name in drawn ard will be submitted to Sunday morning by another Negro stop before It starts," be add- guns, alo of Mimi on a charge ry cost t 44. cent per book, :

keeping with the area," Tal city council lor official approialtomorrow ;; trucksHear a report that the Trustees : youth, prompted Sheriff Wilson ed of aggravated assault fcherrlfs As you tan Ice," Talmadge Optimist)' Club
madje: said, /or an example, night by the seal committee of the Internal ImprovementFund to take action to Implement a !Sheriff Wilson reiterated his official said Dinwin, Stlggims said 1hll report to council: ,
one area used names of auth have advised City Manager curfew, statement In Friday Star.Advocate and two other colored boys had "the larger the circulation, the
ors for streets If a street in this Cleveland Talmage they The curfew will be in effect In which he slid that the armed themselves and I were lowir the circulation cost" Charier Night!

art wa* changed we used an Th, I-al committee, under the have approved the bulkhead extension from I p,m. until ( am, seven problem stem from Irrnpon- walking In the Negro section of Tulmidge Is recommending
other author's name and endeavored chairmanship of Mrs Jill fink, Jlhlo white youngstera going into Mims when they saw a parked, Charter Night for the Titu
proposal of H. C. Kirk, days a week and will remain in
to use the criteria of has in which section automobile The four Club will be h.ldtorllMr'v
iponwrrd a contest : The the Negro of Mims with occupied < ville Optimirt
extension bid been approved effect until further notice Under CALLED TO VIRGINIA
trying to keep the names of the. local residents have submitted previously by an ordinance of this curfew, no person under the (the Intent to harms the Negro railed to the occupants of the night .t Whispering
oldest streets, or the streets barIng ideas for a seal and the seal the city council The extension i I. age of Zl will be permitted in any cllizena there and la general auto, and when they received no )ft. and Mrs George Gallants. Hills Country Club .'
the longest continuity or vas drawn by the committee using cant of U S. 1 opposite the Florida public place sidewalk, roadwayor create a nunianc." answer, started more residential or businessproperties. a combination of ideas submitted Wonderland. any other public place unless sheriff' Wilson contacted Gov eons shot DeniKin by mistake at list: week/ upon the death of adopted committee appointed .

." !. The winners of the contest Sit as Board of Adjustment to la the com tuny of person over' arris Bryant by telephone Sundae a dlllttl l'e of about seven feet their Soo-in-law, Clarence Leaser and the permanent, me.t.tmg I
Talmadge I I. recommendingthe will be announced also at consider variance request by the age of 35. Sucb: persona who and Informed the governor of Bond. hoe "been set on Miggoris, They were accompaniedby night' and) tim? will be eonslrVn -
streets be renamed as submitted tomorrow o ght's meeting Bill Hall for proposed trailer disobey (Jbe order will be subjectto hi- intentions uf placing the cur- at l,0iO' )( Van Slvberf 'd,
t by the toning and planning The seal wlU combine symbols park. Hall bad developed park to arrest for vagrancy and dis few He laid he received the gov Ohter arrest have. been: Mr. and Mrs Call-in operate Tha Wjst Tampa Club, whtrhj
board to be effective upon delivery indicating citrus, tourism, county regulations prior to consolidation orderly person and maximum err r', support Marion' Thomas Sksggs', It- Fthel Cafe and will return soon !is spnnnorli the local organ'slion I
and erection of new street pace age: friendship and fish and some parts do bond of $250 will be set This or t IJ, last flight'': enforcement of year-old whit youth, who live to reopen the eating establishment ( will have af least 10 memo :\
, signs. ing. See ZONE On Page i.. der (tick place: at I p m. t..t 'knew, a U k fore of ap- (t. MIMS On 'ag. I born prl'.aLRAR '


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2 TNvsvltfo (Florida) STar-Advocato Monday, July 13, 1M4 -

'round town J-I

Ee Phone 267-3914 with barbara TcarUon

t )lae. the Colonial Lounge. There will
"Rain", the stormy enatlon-- landing portrayal of Dr.
be a short business meeting anda
al play adapted from W. Somerset Phail.Jayhugh.
door print
"mysterious" For
short story Miss Leutwylcr, needle
please call HelgaMr
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opened Friday evening to lay, waa a delightful
William) Clark at :!!p7-5151
the ( ,
for part.
WSCS In Combined at Titusville Little Theatre perfect
of fine Gene Putnam a TLT newcomer; or Chris (Mrs. William) Bennrr$
Hobbs-Gibson with ail unusual amount
I VowsExchangedIn Meeting With Violet Y acting talent. wa impressive a* Mri. David. at 267-4252.

I Hughlett CircleThe Ie 'x' 1 This foreboding and melancholy ton and Sheldon "Bun" Brown -

Double tale la about t missionary, a* Sgt. O'Hara made quite nat. The George Mahan' family ofS7
Ring Ceremony Ave. received letter
Fern j
Wesleyan Service Guild Rev Davidson (Larry Robin- ural appearance on Ita Ie. ,
of the First Methodist Church of ion) who encounter the raucous, Other fine performance were from aon, Denis the other day
.. First Methodist Church tr Titusville < :" TltusvlKj:: was hostess to the Sadie Thompson (Rose Ann' by Jean Holley a* Mrs Horn, telling what a wonderful time
was the scene of the : he I.I having In New'York.Denisli ;;
'Y Violet Hughlett Circle In a combined Crouch) on a quarantined Pae- Lorrie Cardinal a* Mr
;. wedding of Miti Judith Elaine .i! session fct the home of Ifle isle. Sadie' contempt for Pitch, Charles Chambera Jr. as currently vacationing with Mr,

.. Gibson..! and Dale Eugene Hobba, ,t. : Mr. Reece Bowen 1019 Indian Rev. Davidson and hi* determination Quartermaster Bate, John Hogan and Mr. James Shaw and' ion,

.. on Friday afternoon July 3rd t River Ave, Thursday evening, to "convert" her or get her a* Corporal Hodgson Rick Sklppy, there 0-

: 5 at two o'clock. Rev. Edward Norman t:; July 9th, for a covered dish sup off the Island are the cause' of Fey a* Private Griggi and Big thrill *o far (or the teenage

officiated at the double ring ,4e per. many stormy scenes against the Clarette Murray Nova Ramseyand boys wag seeing a baseball game

.: ceremony Yellow and white > Mr. Laura Cannon presented background of the tropical rainy Allan Killip as the native between the Yankee and Twins

pompoms and gladiola decoratedthe ;. the devotional and Mr*. Bill season The cast of course couldn't at Yankee Stadium. ttenis called

altar, along with lighted 'j Williams had charge cf the pro have done such a good job with home from the stadium and said
candelabra.The "" gram. Separate business meeting When Sadie discover the out their two fine director, he was going to get a lot of autographs

bride la the daughter of i f < t <, were held following! the pro Reverend )ja having her sent Millie Ramsey and Oneta Leut-- Da the return trip the
Mr, and Mri. Robert M. Gibson, .: gram. 4r ReA # back to the state, she play up wyler. These gals are go.gcttter vacation'rl plan to atop in ,Washington .

1508 Garden St., Tltuivlllc. The "J. > Member present were: Mr*. to him and asks to be forgiven. In everything they undertake M D. C., to see 'the'dapilol.

groom' parent are Mr and Mrs. t'';1 '' '' .' D. E. Barnhart, Miss Sally Web- a fh The missionary desert his wife the show, couldn't be anythingbut And talk about traveling In

Charles Hobbi of. Maryville ''' star, Mr. Odessa M. Flynn, Mrs. / Y ) roc and another white couple for a uccesi.. eu e, the boy not only were cool

.. Tennessee. f'/: ; Marian Town .rt. Gall Look. +fr several day while he prays Two more performances are In the air conditioned car but

Given In marriage by her 'ff,,i,;. '. abaugh,, Mr. Evelyn Linger, Sadie into a sickly stupor and scheduled for this weekend at had their own portable TV to

fattier, the bride wore a short Lq I '" / Mill Mamie Love Mr. Laura r the Is r really contrite and resolves 1:15: ,p,,m. on Friday and Satur watch in the backseat.' Sounds
gown of white lace and nylon I ;, Jr"I Cannon Mr. Ernie Brown Mr*. to give up her life of (in. 'day. And the curtain opened leisurely!

organdy Her veil of Illusion\ I :,,< John Davis Mrs. Robert Carpenter But' on her last night on the promptly at 615: too we might

was held by I frown of aced and! Mr. Bill Williams Island, something happens I and add something unusual for most Andy Young, director for Ti

:. pearl find eryatala. She car I ,, Mrs. Wm. Blrnhaum of New the play ends with an unusual shows! Don't be late! tusville Little Theatre' "Bye
York sinter of Mrs. Barn- twist of events i la still for
: rled. a lace covered prayer book City, Bye Birdie" looking

corsage hart, was a guest ENGAGEMENT TOLD 4' Mrs. Lucille Evans of 122 Lemon Rose Ann really was "Sadie"In Chris (Mrs. William) Benner some adults to complete the cast.

Mls Caroline Hartford of Atlanta The Violet Hughljtt Circle will Ave., announces the gagement of her daughter Bet- this role. She laughed: cried and four children Nyma Tina Still needed are Mr. Johnson,

: Ga., flew down Wednea- be hostess to the Wesleyan ty Jean to Robert ZavalA son of Mrs. Elizabeth Douglas. and screamed at the Rev. Davidson Linda and Byron, returned last about 35 yr*. of age and a non-

: day evening to aerve ai Maid of I Service Guild for the August The wedding will take Mace August 14 at 4 p.m. at the a* though she had just walk week from a weck'a stay with Ringing part Mr. Merkel. the

== Honor and Mia Kathy Gibson Lr'l .. meetinjt to be held August 13th Church of the Nazarene,; Ith Rev Ream officiating A ed from the pages of Maugham' her mother Mrs. Josle Bedsolein mayor and several walk on and

aister of the bride served aiBridesmaid. at 7 p.m. at tlw homo of Mr. reception will be held at the church following the cere- story Our hats off to you Rose Pansey, Alabama. Bill drove crowd scene part.

Both girl wore ... ., aMrs. Bruce Snyder 225 Alhambra St. mony. the family and Chris sister Mr*. The walk.on parts should be

yellow, with veiled hats, and Dale fjgtne: Hobbs Ann.Larry Robinson transformedhis Essie Haddox, up to Pansey then men and women old enough to

carried yellow and white nose Gateway WW Club usually quiet handsome self returned home. Mrs. Haddox have teenage children and even

gay bouquet' of pompom and Into the pompous, sanctimonious visited over the weekend before if you have never worked In a
Cocoa and Mr. and Mr. Ted Gail Powell
Ilbbons. To Hold Luncheon : Rev, Davidson and did an extremely returning home. play before this would be a food

'Donald Hobbi aerved hi* bro Wtlllamton Cocoa Meeting July 15 f fine job of it too, we Chris also visited with another opportunity to start.

: ther a* best man, and Ted Williamson Wed July 6 fm"r might add. sister, Mrs. W. F. Ingram from Andy also needs Iota of help
was the usher Miss Jeanne Larson Mrs. Harry Ead, first vice- The professional background Pansey ant' president and program chairman of John Chapman in vaudeville The set will be different'
and famili'J Ir. and Mri.
The bride'a mother wore a Honoree At ShowerA e of ,
of the Gateway Welcome Wagon Gail D. Powell, daughter musical comedy night clubs Bedsole fvoi Biloxi Miss and and will offer a challenge to any
.. gall metallic dress with matching
bag the groom' mother bridal shower wa glvjjn! 'In Club, announces that the July Mr and Mr. Arthur Powell of etc. wa quite obvious In his out. Mr. and Mr.. II. E. Bedsole.from one who likes to do this type of
luncheon meeting of that group Titusville, and Larry M. Holland work. If you can help, or want to
them blue whipped honor of Mica Jeanne Larson, l- Columbus Ga.
a light J. L.
and Mn.
of Mr.
son call
promise to be interesting and be In the show please Andyat
A niece of Chris', Mien Pat
Both mother wore bride-elect of Ronald Crone VFW Auxiliary
: cream print. Holland, also of Titusville were 201.03438.Little .
> ...must informative.Sthoduled Bedsole, 'a former teacher at
yellow rosebud conage. Thursday night at the iicitjt'nf'Mr : united In marriage July 6th atBrooklvllle. Meets Thursday .
< for Wednesday T.1 I S., drove t!'* Benner family
Immediately following the *. Rol rt Strom, 836 tenure: 'July 15, at Whispering Hills Co. Ala. back to Titusville. five year old Kelly Mc-

ceremony, Martha Salter pretjd- untry Club Mr*. Ead will present Gall attend Titusville High Titiisville Auxiliary 4228 Vet Clendon celebrated her birth
ed the reception which was The honoree was presented a School and I I. I graduateof erans of Foreign Wars held it*
over Mn Helen Feagan, well- The B,P.0. Doe met last Wed day with a splash party Wednesday
held i Hall The of kitchen gadget, TICS of first work session Thursday
din 1M4.
iii Hennessey corsage brother
known Kelly her
> local florist who will give nesday evening lu discus var.Ious afternoon. ,
bride and groom itood before an measuring ipoons, sponge pastry a lecture-demonstration on floral July 9 at the v.r.w. Post Home. money raising projects. This Doug, 2 and their guests played

archwAY and trelll covered brush The story of tfltse )Umswa 'arranging using ail l typtl. of Deborah Class MeetsThe The home will be used for a is the, recently organized ladies badminton, minltture golf an<|'

with ivy and banked with flow- told by Mra. Strom, to meanmeasuring .artificial flower a* well a* the Community Work Shop and will organization of the Elks Lodge reveral other games before en
era to cut their wedding cake. fresh backyard variety Deborah Clasi of the be opened every Thursday from refreshments of ice cream
to measure all grown joying
Ruth Patterson cut the cake for spurn First Baptist Church, met at 11 a,m. \tmtll 4 p.m
by rome of the club member. Jane and Don Ford of 42 Hibiscus koolald and cake. Kelly' cake
the wedding guests, and Joan love and understanding, sponge the home of Mr*. Alton Fryer Mr. Larry M. Holland
Mr*. Homer Heldler, hospitality The purpose of this center is Ct. enjoyed a delightfulweek wa decorated like a flag.
Richard presided over the was to absorb the joy of marriage Tuesday night for the regular of at the child-
chairman, will greet membersand twofold, the women will sew, camping Juniper Kelly and Doug are
punch bowl. The room waa the brush to wep! away guest with pretty nametag monthly business meeting Jaycee Wives To mend or create articles to be Springs near Ocala recently with Pon of Lloyd and Grace McClen-

beautifully decorated with fern all her problem. In the shape of flower In Mri Smith appointed a nominating sent to V.A. Hospitals a local children Barbara and Lisa The don of 1500 Locke Street. Guestsat

and ivy and pompom of white keeping with the theme of the committee to pick a new Meet TomorrowThe hospital and they will also sup- Ford arrived home in time for the party included Rusty John
and yellow Sandy Sihutt Kaiser, co-host slate of officers. The committee Barbara to attend Deerlake Mark
Stevie and
program. Jaycee Wives will meet ply these items for the needy and Greg Jones,
Betty Love presided over the of ell the with game Mra..Strom She awarded, took charge decorated Preceding the program, card II Mr. Bert Gas, Mr*. Sam tomorrow night in ate Friendship families in the community.The Camp the Girl Scout Camp near Baker, Mike and Mark Carey
guest book which was on a Seay Mn Burl Ferguson, Mr. Ocala. Scott and T<'rrlSlmmo'1P.
Joanne Stanley
ban at contest play will begin at 9 a.m.: Room of First Federal Sayings group will welcome any
table sine decorated with yellow aoap Robbrt Cato and Mr. Robert II. Jane told us of a near tragedy Cindy and Debbie MeGaughcy -
BTlze Mrs. Don Fryslie, president and Loan Association, starting person In the community inter-
and flowers. Be. Strom. In her yard Saturday during the Jeff
and while net and
and Johnnie
.. announce that a social hour his at 8 p.m. ested In helping with this pro.
aide the book was I Urge yellow Refreshment of cake, assorted been addsd to the day' activity For devotional, Mr. Smith ject. fierce rain storm. A tree with abird' Hale)'.

candle burning for the wedding cookie, nuts, candy and punch to begin at It am. with the lead the group studying The Mr; James Lovan the president nest end four babies in it

;, and to be burned at each anniversary were icrved A specially) decorated luncheon to start lit 12 noon. Twenty-Third Psalm,, will be In charge of the During Thursday's Ie. lion 1 blew down and was completely Mrs. Harry Thompson ol

.. of the couple. cake of sugar hells, tyingin Reservation for either cards or Following the business meetIng meeting. She has announced the ladies worked on memo pads demolished. Jane had to search Gardendale Is expected to be re-

: On another table, wa a cake the decorating theme held the the luncheon be placed by refreshment were served that all Jaycee Wive have been and bedside baskets. for the babies in order to put based this weekend from Riverside

: '' decorated for the ,room'. parent central attention of the serving calling Mrs. James may Kostakos at trhd ill enjoyed a social hour. invited 10 attend the July 16 The next meeting will be them back in the nest. She then Hospital at Jacksonville

.. *, to surprise them on their table. 207-1024 or Mr*. Mike Bramhallat Member present were: Mr. meeting of the Jaycees to be Thursday, July 16 at I 11) am. put the nest on the downed tree where she has been under treatments
: 34th wedding anniversary, the 267.7435. L. O Chalfant, Mr. E. H. Sti- held tit Citizens Bank at 7:30 trunk and placed false foil age for the past month.
The honored' guest received
tame day the bride chose for her gall, Mrs Ray Thompson, Mr*. p.m. around it j
beautiful and useful Mr. Bids, bulletin editor,
: many E. Raymond Smith Y.rs. Bull Back Fron Hospital The Fords were afraid the Mother '
wedding will have 'I l : fI I
new, informative bul
: After July 10, the couple will Friend who came to the letins ready for distribution at Ferguson, Mr*. Robert Cato, Dr. Metz SpeaksTo Mrs. J. C. Rogers returned the babies wouldn't, but come now back she to doe feed '

be at home In their trailer in shower were: Min Sherry Lan. this minting. Mr*. Robert Strom Mrs. Sam Local Nurses home, yesterday from: Halifax and "all' well that ends' well" I I TWIN. TOWERS
:- Bellwood. The i II a transmission ler, Mr*. Simonne Hlggi Minn The Sony Mrs. Bert Gail, and Mrs. District I
groom president extends a cor- Hospital in Daytona I I I RENTAL APARTMENTS
Terri Jo Gail Mrs Wemlel Richard Lemon.
District 39 of Florida Nurses
man at Deal'a Trim- dial Invitation to all women In Beach! where she recently The Boeing ,Wive Club will
.. mission Shop on Merritt Island. Barker Mr. Ronald Masek the area who are intercited in '' Association met last Tuesday In submitted t to eye surgery meet, Thursday at 11:30: am. at I I :Q q4, Ifl ::1f ,
... The bride work In the business Mr. Harry Tyler, Mrs. James the Improvement of the civic, VISIT SILVER SPRINGS the Friendship Room of First l

office of Southern Bell Telephone Gross, Mr. Herman Adams, social find spiritual welfare of Mr and Mr*. Jamci Ray and Federal' Savings and Loan A*
Mr*. J. W. Groah Mri. Frana daughter, Kathy and family socintion./
Company in Titusville. the community to join the group.
..... Out of town guesti Included Laraon Jeanne' mother Miss Guest are always welcome at cf 316 Nidy Avenue Titusville Dr. WN-ner Metz, director of
Cherll Griner Miss Mary Ann
Mr and Mr. Charles Ilobbs, the regular luncheon meetingsthe were recent vlaitors at Florida' school psychology and guidance
Langgle and Mrs. Betty Connally
David! and Betty Hobbs of Mary- with but president state, and any Sill cr Springs where they explored of Brevard County presentedthe
stopped by gifts could
: vIII.... Tenn., Mr. and Mr*. William not woman who I II either a former or : the exciting mysteries of piogram.
.. .t.y.Frana
A. Gibson, Melbourne and new resident i il welcome to join. the underwater world through Refreshments and a social
Lynette Hudspeth, Indialantic Larson Jeanne' father the m gc of the famous Glass hour followed the meeting.

Mr and Mr. Donald Hobbs, came In for coffje and cake. Birthday Party Bottom Silver Boat Spring. T TUESDAY, YARD GOODS SPECIAL I L !
comprise the
I Vintley V Loy, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mr. largest group of natural spring Remember.Pay your Paper ....
in the world and has for
Klrby Drive, celebrated' his 6th years SALE 9 A.M. TUESDAY MORNING
birthday July 7th with a party been known a* the underwaterfilm THOSE

for his little friends capital and home of such HORRID SEW FOR A NEW FALL WARDROBE

Wishing Vintley a happy birth famous TV lubjects a* Sea Hunt *

0 day and joining in game were: The Aquanauts and many other AGE SPOTS Hurry be first before

St.:ryl Ann Studstill Stanley, feature picture these are picked over! "TIFFANY"Dress

a. Bobby and Jerry Human Tom OUT AGAIN

my Newcomer' Libby Bubba Kenneth
Brower who was
and Jimmy Gunn Geggy Lane
aciiiMisly Injured In a car cjrash
Carol and Elizabeui Sessions
at IndUn River City two wit** '

and Loy younger brother Bryan W. ago, Is able to be out 1110 in. ,. -e/$ Fabrics

1 1oo frlze were won by Stanley .,1/-.-;;,.,, US
Human and, Carol Sessions. The ....: .... 1 FAD! THEM OUT .
i irU. young host received many nice ...-- 'f Wmhfithl brown l "
K apes on tho ourfoco
gifts. f.dd .MCI :
o J your hinds and lace tell the
Ice cream cake candy and world you ro oumg old-pr.
"u'w,...". hapa bo/oro : 36'hrf
punch was served by Mrs. Loy, I I them you really art Fade tr
assisted by Mr. Owen Human.I I S' ee-'e. N away, that with mrdinted I now ereem CSO"RICA I

-- -- that 'breaks up mash o( pig.Scent yd. I
on the .
.,M e.w w akin helps make
hand look wMlo and i

MONEY tied *nand' Irma Not'a on cowkinnot young thi- :'i VALUES TO 73c Yd.

STEREO STORE has portable T-V Sols that mats the ldol"Second" up.. kta {In she on Itscle f
Set for Homo I For fragrant, .. .. boas for
your everything Sight and SojnJEntertainment
for mo Home ; For Extra Fast BORROW PAYMENT ".rtsr"-i..... ur.n.flran akin II II Tlffiry Variety W Yard Good' ,
Stop And Sea Us At .
y ? U- bl..nj..*... AI Crass RtsliUnt Prints
SERVICE. iioSOao00o:: sft:; drug and. toll.try coun Includes BrMdclelh I
''IN'' 11M', : T I trs. U plus) .... If you have 1' ,
r Phone 267.4331 1450.00 S26023 ton .rKr.vj.lmi brown ..... t Printed Debbie
STEREO I $400.00 ,3Ut !blote.! ... or U you want cWr7, s t Il Printed Sateen and PI*"* I 'j
Lean T
Up $400. lltihter akin. KOTMICA-
STOR'Ia"1' / PAY BILLS. TAXES. REPAIRS. ETC. ,. AI .. !Di'.. *,.wsa 't 'n A wonderful iMrtm lw"k i wear Fall Prints #
4Cv1 CUTTER DRUG bloua.M drMMt, etc. All saw
Southern Loan Company ,w faahiansbk 100%, cotton print.
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; July M, 1W4 Tltusvlll/ (,letl..) *tarWUvooat. hp 3 Dr. Howe Returns *** Rotary Club

( From N.Y. MeetingsDr .41(

Summer Recreation Offers Varied Program vllle I George Will among R. Lowe more, of than Titus 2.t Inducts Two f : I IT.

..Mims 009 optometrists the 67th and Annual visitors Cong-attending O Smith of Fidelity Trans 1

I and Storage Co and Assistant
tees 11 the Amiruan Optonu-tilc
Association I m New York City Postmaster Phil CranneU
;-- this past wuk wtit Indutt-d; as members of ,'ifer 'i\:'

Tin'mo of this \ears national the notary Club during Thuri- \

+ i ((1 rc' merlin,, wus Uillir' Vision for day's luncheon j
1 r a Rdtrr! Woim with vision
speclahlds t from throughout the :1
clan;: c uutrUK : 3 participating :
United Staler and I several! for I
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KINDERGARTEN There has been Michael Brewer, Stephen Williams Debra
fect attendance on all but one day of per the Kay Day, Caryl Lynn Edwards, Kenneth ACTIVE -. These ,younRslers' : under the learning the art of basket weaving.-(Pho-
Mima kindergarten class. Under the sup- II Harris, James D. McCormick, Woodrow direction of Miss Ann Scarborough, arc to by Bill Williams). PLAYTEX DRYPER

ervision and teaching of Mrs. Blanche M. McKay, Tina Landrum and Richard A. t,
Lockhart, these students are getting ready Clements are students.--Photo( by Bill DIAPER
for the opening of school in September Williams.) a ay

.(Bf Mr..AM7.1241 Gladys McLondon) : ,t 4tJ Vdu. 99c

Mima Summer Recreation (ONLY with Coupon July 11,14, Limit I 1))

.Program' has approximately 290 L: ? t a __ /.
.children registered: 25 of these
are in the summer reading classes -
i .and nine in kindergarten a rr a l dp 1.. / / B hlfll re sr
,There are all kinds of sports. to I ,
.take part in, and Arts and Crafts : VI DAYLIN CHILDREN 30 FREE
.provides many delightful thing
,to vents make, as well as many special s ss.i ,( w CHEWABLE VIITAMIN J JN

Around 160 boys and girls enjoyed .
e' Ronular
; s9
a watermelon picnic. The 'y3 .11 r'pt" 11,41 $ I;
Came room l is a favorite spot as ,
well as the' shuffleboard court. c (ONLY with Coupon Julv II 14, Limit 1)) yUIh
The swimmers also enjoy the TI- ;v M vly
tusville pool.Special .4111 Nt J t ,w'4' ,I'I' ,,..y iI
Events Schedule for

Summer July 17th Recreation- Excursion: to I .. RA ..sipj I I fcarjH coupon Il, Velel

t Weeke Wachl Springs STUDYING Mrs Effie Porter and two boys are shown
July 22nd Wednesday looking up items of interest to them during the Mims li 11
Showing feature Movies entitled Summer Program. (Photo Bill Williams). ; LISTERINE MOUTH WASH \
Safe at Home" I

July 24th An all day swim leaving their relatives they North and South Carolina, ', RtguUrHe
and picnic, with advance students phoned Mrs Ray' DeLoach and where they said they had so- ENJOYING CROQUET This group Is the Mims program.-Photo( by Dill Wil- 691 !
going to Juniper Springs had a pleasant visit by phone. many things to see one of many .enjoying a croquet game in liams).
and the younger students' going Mrs DeLoach was the former (ONLY with Coupon July II, 14, Limit) ,,;
to Alexander Springs in Orals Dorothy Sue Bozeman They Y" BUILDING HOME ._j
then drove into Canada there 1 AI I
,National Park. t
,July 28th Arts and Crafts they law many points of interest Oscar Futch, Ion I building/! Too ute To Classify

exhibit at school including Niagara Falls Re- vonhnclor. Is creel mg a homo on -- ----- ._--.
Juy!' 29th Skating Party and turning to the States they toured KUcrildu Di, fur II.'rlnrt llournucf Losr
picnic. around Washington D. C., and ; lids city, It is located on VICINITY: UK Pine St and Whis TOP BRASS
Summer time is a wonderfultime paid their respects at the lute vnrant imipeily' Just north of poring rinpslrallcr Park, Indian
In liver City: \ 1 tahhy cat (gray'
when families may all President Kennedys grave the home of Mr J. L). Cu h- to of ROLL-ON DEODORANT .
tripe) answers name
participate in many things such Ailmgton Cemetery. In mnn and will bo of roncrt.tebluck 'Tabhy". Male, 8 month
.as picmcs, swimming, trips etc. they stopped at several run tl'ut'llon. Call 207.3161 mornings Old'i
Hope you all have a nice sum- places and crossed Chesapeake 1 -- .- -- -. -.-- ..-... -...-.-----_.-. .. ._-._.--.--- --. w Royul.r{L10 ?
Bay hv way of the new tunnel .(:
mer, but please don t forget to budge, which has recently been ....." : m ,., "'.. ..." j ,., ,,-,,,,,., "....""III" '
call me, Gladys McLendon, at 1 (ONLY with Coupon July 12, N, Limit 1)) ,
AM7.1248 and let all share opened On their way home '. _
us I Ito
they topped at a place called 1 1t : .. I
your good times Funlaslic! I..U / 4'Y //'LI 1 D'1'' vII IH IL A JI L
"South of The Border", between I\

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gaet- -. tt1J\ t, r y L /
area and daughters, Sandra andFrances Wesner B. Jones, ,emu ? /1 Pound 1-Oa. Can 'l
are all back from a
vacation trip, during which they / PLSS kj SPRAY STARCH
saw many points of interest Pioneer Mims 4
first to New York mO-.d.
They drove ARCHERS George Burke I is shown with future I
and New Jersey to visit rela ern Robmhoods (Photo by Bill Williams). Values to $15.49 R.guN1 ..t
lives While there the girls with Resident DiesWenner _. ._ x1,14
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their cousin went to see West ,
Point on the Hudson, which they l (ONLY with C.uD./-July 11,11, llmlf 11 ,
( Burton Jqnei, Pioneer
said was a beautiful place. They resident of Mims passed away SPEED-UP i I 1f2 P R ICE /1j( :
I" all took in the World's Fair see. Friday, July 10th after a long )
I ing many wonderful sights" Upon illness W1C'IN I

I Tltvsvlllo (Florida) Star-Advocato Mr Jones I citrus grower by BANKING \J: t '. <(
trade camo here 47 years ago '
he I SMART KNITS ... Family Sis
ad.bll.b.d IluqPubll.a.d from ValdoHta Ca, where ., I
I Mn.d.. was born April 18, 18B4Hvissuivivedbyhlswlfe. / WITH CURVE- '. \ CREST TOOTHPASTE ,
WxInmiUyl. rrl.1.r.) GUIDC ) .
Tlluivllli MlwAdvocti >
117 t
... Inc. ; of Mims, two sons, Carson ( ,
At Tbt HUr AdvoclUBilldlnf Joins of Port Texas Rqubr
I Y Arthur t N 59c
all M.I.l .Hiram and David H. Jones of Cocoa; / Ile
Tlliuvlll. rite
U7HO two daughters: Mrs L. C. Taylorof BUY SEVERAL ,: ," ,
(ONLY with Coupon July 13,14, Limit 1))
Mims and Mrs. Marie J. Ben
Hwiry*. HlKl M. .Huilrmi. Hud.o. PratMr. ..V-P. nett of Cocoa, and one sisterMrs FOR VARIETY h.fi :J
Roars H. Hudson. Utrr Tnmt.co F "
W. F McRee. of Valdosta.
.. ... <:1..l ...Uf. s.ld 01 thug Funeral I services were held at ,. Mold fcluiN| |ly silhouette ,; .
''''' ,
villa norldi Lightweight nylon or
2 pm. Sunday at Smith Chapel j'.

rb.r/ds'. MII.IIII..:_ AO.ela.: ,,,_...... with Rev Lloyd Mullia, pastor Easiest, qulchott way to do your banking Is to drlvo Orl..n"colors acrylic.eiwa with. 30 lycraIJiy :3Hfc Y GRAIN
.... ... ed11.It/. of Mims .Methodist Church, officiating right up to our ovtiMo toller's wlnd.w and .make dopotits SQUIBB S
Henry H. Bud.... Publl..... Interment was in the or withdrawals without ion .lasting. your ,er.I. .
David Robert Dunn H,. Hud.on.Ad.ertids.Ulltnr'M rWllium family plot at LaGrange Cemetery fait, to ,,,,..nI.IIt'' You'II 'bo ."'...... ) >: ASPIRIN TABLETSIDC's I',
O Lrtrlr Ctrcuutloa MarubwrlpUo with Smith Funeral Homein -
<$ < 6u) I I1ft.
RUo charge And OnTime Regular. c I If
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you 0 i (ONLY with Coupon- July 13, 14, Limit )
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4 TltulvlUe.PI.rlel.) .( .) IrsrAaVecMonday. July 164

-- -- FisI To Perform

Boeing Operations In StateHave Highle

The MinlaUin First Nighters, are striving tit help other young beln; Phrenaie, the adored baby tunnies, pantomime performances

I Titusvllle's only theatre for people in the area by donating of the family by Elune Carlson; by Little Bo Peep, Little

young people, will delight proceeds from the show to the Mrs. Pepper ("Maniie"), the beloved Miss Mullet, the spider, and
audiences of all ages when they Brcvard Juvenile Supervision Mother by Norms Clark; Little Jacklorner and a dutch

Big Impact On Economy piesent "Th Pied Little Pep. Center Grandma Bascom, an old neighbor dance by Jack and Jill make
pt'r." and I musical$ adaptation The counties grownups, who who la very deaf, by Peggy this a show to delight audiences

of "Little Sled Aiding Hood" loved the "Five Little Peppers" Goad; Jasper King, an Intent- of all ages. Phyllis Earnest of the

next week in the Whispering book al children, or the boy gent and: well-bred boy by IWb- Earnest School of Dance i I. the

Operations of The Boeing These commitments tt Florida building materials, office supplies Hill School&$ Auditorium. and girl of today reading for the art Shore and Horatio King, choreographer

Cbmpany have widespread Impact suppliers were in support\ of mill supplies, hardware Sponenred by: the City Recreation first time the adventures of 'a per's father and a distinguished Cast of characters include

on Florida'i economy, A. Boeing's military, commercial item, Utilities, automobiles, Dept.. the First li hters these famous children, will thrill gentlemen by Robert Nancy Sasko a* Little Red Riding .

M 'Tex" Johnston, Boeing At. and Rational Aeronautics: and printing and janitorial, freight, to seeing them brought to life Goad Hood, Ellen English II her

lantic Test Center manager, aid Space Administration programs transportation and communications on) Ita Ie. The play revolves Rounding out the program grandmother and guest staringin
recently. lit addition to purchases of components services. Johnston said Massey bits around the antics of the Pepper will be a delightful musical the rcl!'s of the woodsman and

"The Boeing Atlantic Test Cen- and subsystems used to Boeing suppliers in Florida total 'I children at they bake a birthday adaptation of the famous and wolf are Bill KImball and Robert

.Iff payroll averages nearly support program such as the more than 100. .1"' cake for "Mamsle", search for popular children's fairy tale, Redgeto.! Marjorie will be play

$500,000 monthly. This la In United States Air Force Minuteman "Besides the economic effect Mrs. Frances .. tfepleien This Mtrrdna the lust Phronsie who wandered "Little Red Riding Hood", being ed by Nanette Brown with Lynn

-addition to the company'i Flo"Tlda weapon system, the comp- nf company activities, there is away horn home and the exciting directed by Barbara Hublnger Earnest and Jimmie Strakbeln as

: purchasing activities which any ,rtMrM! t variety of other considerable Impact generated I ; Joseph Massey, an employee events on the eve of Thanks with Peggy Lantz acting as the Dutch dancers, Jack and Jill;

In 1963 totaled 3.844T09," food and ItrYk+s. through! purchase of foods and |Mrs. E. Slapleltn ; of Chelsea Title Co. died suddenly giving. musical director. Kim Blown as Little Bo Peep;

Johnston explained. Included in this Category are services and their families," he this morning of S heart attack This warm, tender comedy i I. The story is the lame, but the Mark Storey as the spider;
continued. Still another aspectof I addition of several David Goad as Little Jack Horn.
being directed by Jan Kilgore, charming
Boeing operations is the num- |Dies FridayMrs. Funeral! arrangements in director of Janus a few months songs sung by the. leading characters er and Elaine Brown, Frank

4-H'ers To Attend CitizenshipShort her of job created. More than charge of Smith Funeral Home ago who also played "Anna" in and a chorus of playmatesas Hubingcr Jr., Timmy Hublnger,

I 75 per cent of the approximately France Ann Blair Slap- will be announced later. TLT'I production of "The King well as a dance by some little Stevie Futch, Shirley Strakbein,
letnn, 19 of Minis, passed away Kathy, Judy and Joan Redgate
730 Boeing employees assigned j "
And I. Characters of the
Course In ,Washington D. C. to the Cape Kennedy area were Friday, July 10th In the Gainesville Mims Man are Ben, oldest of the Pepper play and Matt Storey in the chorus of

hind In Florida. ] Hobpital. following a lingering Dies children, by Kurtis Cowart; Merkel Dies playmates.The .

four Brcvard County 4 H skins on all phases of citizenship, Boeing's military, commercial illness.She Polly, attractive, impulsive girl I two shows will be presented :

girls, Linda Day, Joan Mauldin, inspire young people. and apace project and aupport Is survived by her husband of 12, by Sherril. Farabee; Joel, on July 24 and 21 at 8:00: I
Tat Brazier, ,of Cocoa High, la- CjtfMiMbisi.
Yin Htnnum of TitutvllU' '!JIIt,' 4-HJ. r aridetlon gives tiers continental ballistic missile, |parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. the family by David Taylor; 2UO:( pm. in Whispering Hills I

and Olenda R. Newsom, Aeet. "''tm..fmne''*' knowledge that B-52 heavy bomber, Bomarc in- ;Blair, Mimi; seven brothers, Erich Walter Lamaschui, 63, David, eight years, and a quiet Merkel, brother of School. Tickets will be availablethis

Home Demonstration Agent Will strengthens their leadership in torccptor missile, first stage ;Henry F., Jr., Kenneth, Richard, of Minis, died Sunday afternoon boy, played by Jimmie Strak- Henry Merkel of Titusville, died week from members of the '
board a train in Orlando' July their local communities booster for the NASA Saturn V Ralph, David, Dennis and Lee/ ; after a long. illness. A former June 23: at Key Largo at the cad, members of the Gateway 'I

18th for a week'f. slay In the na. launch vehicle, KC-135 jet tanktr all of Mime; four sisters, Mrs. I;, resident of New York City, he of 62. He moved ,to Florida eight age Welcome Wagon Club or by i
tions' Capitol at the National C-135 jet transport, gastur- ;Dorothy Moody of Titusville, was a retired manager of a Former phoning/! 207-3994
Three Area Firms Mayor years ago. I
4-H Foundation to receive citizenship bloc engines, hydrofoil boati ;Miss Irene. Blair, Miss Darlene'Blai hotel room service. He was He member
was t of the
training. Receive Charters and the 707, 720 and 727 commcrciat ; and Miss Hattie Blair, of born in Germany July 15, 1901. American XOTICE':
Legion and Masonic
jetliners, and the model Mims. Survivors art one sister, Mrs In Nellie I. hrrtny glvrn that Ih,*
The selected receive Seventeen Brevard County Dies H. C. Order umlenlinrd ilc.lrln to enrage In
to held
girls 107, CH-47A Chinook and CH48A Funeral services were at Hertha Baerken. of hUms; and bu.i ne..o t 214 Julia mrett, Tim.viii .-
this expense paid trip must have firm obtained corporation Sea Knight helicopters.! 4 pm. Sunday at Smith Chapel two nephews. Survivors include two broth ., .Florida, under the name of
-been an active 4.K member Sot charters during the past week. with Rev Thomas Ream, pastor Funeral services will be held Adrian Dexter Wentworth, 88, era, Henry and David; a sister, the"Th.aatd Hook name Nook with Intend the ,Clerk to rrliiter of the

I :jit least three yeari, and have Three from, North Brevard were: of the Church of the Nazarene, at 2 p,m. Tuesday at the graveside .- former Mayor of Titusville, died Mrs. Lydia Meyet. Circuit Florida Court of Brevtrd County,
completed outstanding 4 H record Robert! Electric Co. Inc., Box Pan Am Names officiating Interment was in In Oaklawn Cemetery with Sunday morning July 5 at the Funeral services were held Harry O. JohnaonJahala
and sewed 4-H leader 1268. Titusvllle authorized stock home. of his son, A. C. Wentworth June 24. R Johnnon
at a Four To Systems the family plot at Oaklawn Memorial Rev. Arnold ClauS of Good luly 13, 21)), 27 AUK 8 (Mon) 1M4.
In various areas, said Mrs. Sue 800 shares of common at $100 Park with Smith Funeral Shepherd Lutheran Church officiating 914 Ruscarora Avenue,

)f: Young, Home Demonstration per share, filed July 7, dealingIn Engineering SectionFour Home In charge of arrangement Smith Funeral Home Elizabeth North Carolina. Mr.

;/gent. electrical contracting busi engineers have been *. 1 J. in charge Wentworth had been ill for several

.; Nearly 2,000 '.H members ness. Incorporate are Francis named to the System EngineerIng yean. I COCOA DIRECTORYPlanes I

"-5fom across the nation come to K. Buckley, Fred R. Bland section in the Range Development A native of Shady Grove,
and Jane S. Kramer all of Fort Tim Wins Four firsts
nt: >a National 4-H Center till Department of Pan Kelly Florida, !he lived in Titusvllle
for the weekly Citizen. Lauderdale.Star Am' Guided Missiles
jumrner Range for 84 years He was an attorney _
fillip Short Course. The group Inc., of Brevard, 149 Silver Division. and served one term as Organs Guitars Accessories.
:.fl'l' attend many Interesting Star Lane, Titusville, authorized In Cub Pack 320 Olympic Games Mayo S HI." S Gibson

.classed- on citizenship and demo- stock: 100 share of common Henry A. Elmstad Jr. has been The deceased was a member Stereo Guitars

.: "$'tlt'", .tOllrl' of Interesting land. at $M per Share, tiled) July assigned as assistant project engineer Tim Kelly, representing Den committeeman Ned Rust, who) of the Florida State Bar As- Records Band

-..isarka, Mt. Vernon, Jefferson {, dealing in plumbing, heating for planning and systems 8 of Cub Scout Pack 320, won aim served as judge along with i soclation, the First Baptist Players .--....---. Instruments

JlWmorfal( National Archives, and air conditu>n.ng. incorporator engineering for Instrumentation first place in four out of the five Chuck Corey and Jack Martin Church of Titusville and the I Exptrt Repairs on All Bind: Instruments
m (>t with 'Congressmen and lee sro C. E. Wicker of Pomp- modification of the Ocean Range events in the Pack's recent first event was the running( knights of Pythias. SI S. Altantlc Phone SU 3-7731 Cocoa Beach

..::"Congressional! Committees In lino Beach, W, E. Crone and O. Vessel Twin Fall. Eimstad, an Olympic games. competition. broad-jump with first place going Six years ago he moved from

-eesiion.! l A. Dais of Tltusvllle.Blondy's Annapolis graduate, was head of to Tim Kelly, with Frank Titusville to Elizabeth City to AUTO SALES

Our, commumtv/s! leaders of Utilities Inc. Box the Fleet Electronic Effectiveness Held at Blanton Park under Keller second and David Rust live with his son. DRIVE THE NEWSA4B

tomorrow are often the 4-H members 847, Indian River City atfthoi'lied ., Branch of the Bureau of threatening skies, the programgot third. Survivors are his son and TEST.

of today. The '-H Foundation stock 100 chases of common Ships prior to joining Pun Am, underway with boy of 1'11I1 one daughter: Mrs. Lydia Franklin

olfen these 4-H'ers I unique of no par value, filed July 2, Also assigned lo Ship' Projects 3 lending the opening ceremony Next, Larry Burke placed of Pcnsacola. j

citizenship training oppor. dealing in utilities. Incorpora- I li> Hugh Kesxlnger, who Is All boys competing then repeat first in the shot-put competition MM'I sa.aareasIowad tINMft .*.1 i (

tunlty with "the nation's capital bra( are Blondy, Kenneth B MoN project engineer for certain ed the Olympic) Oath led by with Frank Keller placing second Funeral services were held SPACELAND SAAB

as their classroom'!" The fascinating tort and Jean W. McMaster orTJtunill. ueean range vessels. Kessmger and Terry Smith third. Winners Tuesday morning, July 7, In the 129 Florida Av*., Cocoa, 636-63431 I I
visits to historical sights .. reviews technical Union Spring Wins in the Javelin and 30.yard chapel of Twiford Funeral Homein HONDA MOTORCYCLES
and important government halls, insure specificationsto dash were Tim Kelly first, Elizaoeth: City. Interment AUTO SALES A SERVICE I i, HAM'S CYCLE CENTERS
that the ships till therequirements
combined with talks and dlscus- Boeing ContractA David Rust second and Frank was on Wednesday in the family I I I NO MONEY DOWN 3 yri. to pay
Johnson In for general I,
Training pur. Keller third. cemetery. in Shady Grove. HUNTER (U Klnc Cocoa -
bib Ilabeod Kan (1 III.
pone use on the Air Force Eastern contract for approximately
L Test Range.! A 1954 grad- $113,000 has been awarded to The games ended with all LINCOLN, MERCURY, INC. I: Sale"--l' rl --servlco--Acreworlel'
OsbornePoppedFurniture uate ft the University of Missouri obstacle Lincoln Continental I Lincoln I I "Need Two Wheels? Sea H mbon !I"
Jerry A. Johnson, 17, son of Union Spring and Manufacturing boys participating in an Huffman Dies
Co., Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Nealua Johnson of Kesuinger has consider Company, New Kensington, course set up by Cubmaster Salts Part Service MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

Titusville, is undergoing two able experience In program/pro Pennsylvania, by the Boeing Frank Keller. The first few Good Used Cars

INTERIOR DECORATING weeks active duty recruit training ject management, contract engineering Company in connection with the obstacles were fun but the rope! Here SundayHarry 1445 W. King Ctcoa e3o-23S2 Guitars. Drums. Banjos. Etc.
: WALL.TO.WALL- CARPETS CARPET. at the Naval Training Center /, and engineering/ plan- U. S. Air Force Minuteman intercontinental climbing spelled finish for even : BEAUTY ACADEMY Gibson, Fenders, Grettch, Martin

ING INSTALLATIONS Great Lakes, III. ning. ballistic missile the most stalwart Raymond Huffman, 11,1 Sllngtrland, Rogers/ Kay.
HOME OP R. M. Carnell Is assigned to LEARN HAIRSTYLING I Mammoth Mutlo
FINE H* Ji receiving training in program. Stock of Sheet
of 225 Harden Avenue Indian 1
FURNITUREDREXEL the section Receiving awards for complet. Get In High Brackets
naval In data acquisitionand Pay
history, military drill, teamansMp GOULD MUSIC CO.
andPENNSYLVANIA William Under this contract Union ing Cub Scout requirements and River Ci y, died suddenly Sunday I Enroll Anytime
Is in
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gunnery He Small I
.elective was an attoiney.He Monthly Tuition
first aid, swimming, damage con- flight data handling. Spring and Manufacturing Company were: Robert Gibson, i
721 Ptlmttto 42*.1111 trot and will provide a number of denncr; Stephen Gingrich, asst came here one year ago DAWSON COCOA
I New Smyrna Bllch'I I sentry duty I springs which are required for denner; Charles Corley, 2-year from Detroit, Michigan. He was i BEAUTY ACADEMY OFFICE SUPPLIES

Survey WouldStandardize the shock Isolators In Minuteman pin; Chris Bannister, Wolf and born In Hinton, West Virginia' 200 Wlllard, Cocoa 43<.3220 r KOI OUT OFFICEKtlllPMENt :
THE PET SHOP Tradewind launch equipment rooms and 1 gold arrow. Introduced to the Jan ft 1003Survivors CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT I Cl.
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"tverythlng For Your Pet" spring coils are approximatelytwo and Patrick Burke who received Marguerite, of Indian River City; CANAVERAL
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Fancy Cellars Lttthtt Toys of Florida, Inc.Peels and one-half Inches in diameter their Bobcat pins. one sin, John of Jacksonville:. & SUPPLY. Inc. three day* neb week la help you with
of Everlasting Quality? one daughter, Mrs. James Gar Deikt Chain. mine Huppllee. Mini-
Budge, Fish, Puppies Supplies SItS E. Colonial' Dr. Pav scales for county employees with a length of five feet, Keller announced the national oiraphi, Htiplint "' .ehl".., tu..1 l lCablntli
tit N, Orang, Orlando, GA J-I74J Orlando 175-1112 Mmu'cman has been developedby gano of Addison, Illinois; four Rentals Salts Service Typewriter, Adell.1 Macb-
will be standardized if competition open to Cubs for il ten. ScaffoldlntlMerrlH In..,
the Air Force Systems Command
BOND-HOWELL MR. a wage and hour survey. is conducted Ballistic Systems Division writing a theme on "Why I Love He was a member of the Island, Ph ol -20lJEWELERSMANUFACTURING PEST CONTROL
VUlLDERl Are You and Implemented accord America". This is in keeping Michigan Bar Association St.
LUMBER CO. PLEASED with the QUALITY for use by the Strategic Air !
of your TIRRAZZO FLOORS? ing to the county commission. Command. Boeing is Minuteman with July's program based on Thomas Episcopal Church In I Termite and Pttt Control
.North Florida's Largtst Dealer Commissioners said Thursday the American Heritage, which Detroit Remains
"'hr **t HY weapon system Integrator, with will be for I COCOA MFG. JEWELERS i i8c WALKER CHEMICAL
"There's A Material Difference all office the boys are working on. lie warded |
OWENS TERRAZZO, INC. county holders but one responsibility for assembly, test, to Detroit for Intermentin DIAMOND SETTERS"Brevard's |
Yew best friends In Building Cull Teller! have agreed to the survey, to expressed a desire for all boysto Woodmere Cemetery. Smith j I, EXTERMINATING CO. INC.
New Smyrna Beach 42S.2411 __New' *m>r.* 11..._ OA -M5I be made by a firm experiencedin and ground support equipment make some contribution to Funeral Home is in charge of Diamond Only Mf Sitter",. Jeweler"and 1014 So, Dixie Hwy, Cocoa

this I type work.CommiHsioner -- -- ----- .--- the contest local arrangements. I I 1 N.. Mountings Jewelry RepairsAll Call Collect 434-1130

Learn Hairstyling Nowf FOR EVERY HOUSE new' employees. Work en Premises I REAL ESTATE
WOODY'SHalrstyllng FURNISHING NEEDMATHER'S Lee Wenner, Wenner said the school board 101 Harrison Cocoa 432.M77 _
one of the strongest proponents about ? I I
had previously made the same age II
Institute cf the survey, pointed out no employee MOBILE HOMES I IVINO Joe E. MooreInc..

2504 McRao St. of NEW Collect SMYRNACall 4JM1ll will suffer salary setbacks and survey had within indicated the It would jurisdiction make here truth about hormonct ALE, KNOX VAN DYKE I II I REAL ESTATI
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NEW SMYRNA BUILDERS for particular job titles for use. YORE (Special, !) .-R_ to IM lit shreds' drjmtM lad take .your.. budcet Cu.lom Interior sri our Real Eittte Service
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,) LL Seniors Tournament Starts ;

Mtnday. July 11, 1964 Tlruivlll (FI rM*) It..A4wec. Page a : -- r

I.I.IRC: Titusville Tonight Star-Ad vacate SportsNEWS 1

r Titusvllte and Indian River along with Lane! Scarbrough, AND VIEWS

City will meet tonight at Sand catcher hitting 438. Don Collins,

4 Point In the first game of the first baseman la batting .400 and

Brevard Count/ Senior Division Larry Wells, third base Is carry

Tournament at 'p.m. in what ing a .MS average r c JA 1 5 "atl+'
most official forecast as one of The Indian River City team

the toughest pitching duels of the finished the aeasos with an over. Youth Baseball

season all record of IS win and three

The Indians, coached by John losses two of which were forfeited .

Ford, will probably start Wayne wlk>several! plaers were on 'q'q I

Bingham right handed 14 year vacation: Both Wlsby boys and armor ....... FIRAI ,,,....cl.. PhlllliM. 2b I t t 0 I
Tam 'en iaal. I','1. U.II, rrliohnrrt C a I I 0 Saturday LeagueScore
old, who finished the season with Wells make DM remainder of the 1. Indlnna II 1 ."Iraa Larawny Ib 1h.ndu.ky : : 1 I
Cards pitching staff. V.nk. 13 0 .IiM4 4'l : Jh. Ri Iliigliurn 4T
nine wins and only on! loin, by Innings:
S. Undarra U 8 .0a' u".11, cr I I II 0 ,
while the Cards, of IRC will have Rounding out tlllt> team is Charles .. Pinta I") S .1\Ifl: t v; ThI I.f 8 t a asignoreSO Yank 023 31-9 7 1 ',
a. "rov.. s ill' ,r.n us I 0 0 5M.
Tummy Thompson, another right Perslnger left field, Hubert a. Ol.nl. t IT MB IB'"* M"'II, nf I II 0 1'hiU 140 02-7 4 6
liamlcr who has a 6.1 record. Douglas center field and Tony trailing I'hrhrr'' Ri, P I 0 0" 0 Batteries: Mason (W) and M,
I. Roger Ailklnmn. Indian, 1-41
Thompson, a Star-Advocate sclcdcd Meldrum, right field. Alternates I, W.yni- Illnslmin, Indiana, '-l Totals IT III S 10Saturday Frasnre; Bourne, Stone (3)) (L), I

"player of the week" la are Jodie Spears and Fred Shaf a.4, Mlk Ken Duff KnnwliImllnn.DnilRcr... S.-,1 4-t and MunniH Stockton ((4))

also leading the IRC league in fer I, ......10. Grimm, Vankcta. 6-3 LeagueGiants Box Score:

bolting with an unofficial 648. The Indians, who have two of (35 Top or T more>n: al bata) I Phils 4 \am. 1.11p4 .
Ib K II 11111' -
However, from the appearanceof the finest In the Titus- 1. Pl. Bvana, ulanla. 479
pitchers II. Krill Cf
4 I 1Humprry
batting averages the Cards ville Senior League, also have 2 S.. Mike Proatnn Knnwlr.Grimm, Inillana Vankitm, ,4,
will not have to rely on no.hit three of the leagues top hitters .. Dunb.r, Imllnn.. 878 Phils 011 40-8 7 7 Marva- I.f lit a S I 1 U 0 Uun0 0J Mercury shown above failed Thursday Mrs. Ball re elved $ZOO damage and the .
.I.. Cralst Karnval Dodiw.1 alto Giants 300 Sx-8 3 3 9'd.our, Lf II I 8 0em causing an accident on Washington Ave other vehicle The investigated '
pitching from Thompson. Little Mike Knowles, and alike Dunbar, Kenny Duff Pi.ilitrr., Ml Ib I $250. accident was
Sw.nk'L y I II I
Bill Wisby shortstop for the had .448 averages. Pitcher Bingham 5.7. Wayne Wayne Nulilol.Illniham V.ne.es Imllnn.. ,3110, Mrs Batteries: ( ) and Mntllisly. Ibicixlor I II 0 II nue at the intersection of Main' Street by Patrolman Bert Sellers and, I

Curds Is batting an even .400, and short stop Roger ,Ad- .. Don Hrmko, CllanlahH,, :! Stockton; Henry, Adkinson ,((4)), (J. Krall -HI ab a s II a I I 1 3 The car, owned and driven by Gordon Em. he charged Flaherty with defective equip-
10. toga" Ailklnxin Imllnna,, ,!CI Hamilton (3)), and Grimm
klnson, are betting .291 and 284 Box Score: luillm-it Marolnko- -!b 2b I I"II U 0 0 I mit Flaherty of Cocoa Beach, struck the ment Mn. Ball was taken to Jess Parrish

respectively. M..OB P I 1 I I renr of an auto driven by Delores Ann Ball Memorial Hospital by Smith Ambulanceand

Local DraggersWin During the first half season, Senior LeagueKenny x...... 1'1111.11 I Alt II II Km. M. Kr.miin" C a o. 0 u of Main Street which was stopped for a was later rele d--S-A( Photo).
Mlono OfKnhblnr I U 0 0 Total.
IA' i 9
the Indians first place standingswere Duff hurled a three- Cf I 0 0 0 111114vs.

never headed, finishing hitter as the Dodgers downed the Itoyd Mounts- 21- 8b a a 0 I 0 a I 0 Comb-lb.. u. H It H"I' --- J ra n
S a I >a> Car Club
Trophies with a 100. However, at one Pirates easily 7-1 in Senior Loop Rllrva'h' If III 5 0 1 I Rob Wondrll. S. I II U 1Munnia Antique
a II
hlocktun C 0 0
C I U 0 IIIh..k
time in the second half, they Thursday afternoon.The Hwank P a t I 0 I.t II II 0 0
dropped all the way to third before Pirates' in the Hob Wooilrl. RI I I II 0Hourn. HorviibHlniktnn U. Cf. I "U 0
run came .
It I I 0 II .
J lb. C I I I II Meets At Cocoa
During winning eight straight opening frame on Kenny Poff's Brian WondrDiMorlo 1I Lf I I I a IrS.rlo Kf I I I II tt
IU 8 1 1 I .
I'.ynn Itl 8 I II 0
games to regain first. Their homer, his second of the year, Corli-y 2b I 0 0 II L _

Titusville drivers collected overall record is 1Z wins and over the left field fence. Tol.l.HlianKlcr. III tTsa. 23"- :: I .2b. Tf a I ; : :0uKhan. 0: Beach Wed. ?

trophies during week-end two losses. The Dodgers scored three runs .. All II H RRI' llrl.n Wiiodill I 0 0 I AI

drags at Geneva and Valkaria, Playing catcher for the Indians in their half of the first on an T.r.'rUII..t- 15 Lf I I 5 I 0 I DAOklmon 0 Hlon.attune. .|>.p I 1 U I a 0 1Tout. I ,

and Brownie Criss, Orlando, owner will be Knowles, first base, error, an infield out, a wild :::;rt""nC! Ub. P : J : 11) rh? Cape Canaveral' Antique
of the fastest AA dragster in Bruce Lee, second base Ken pitch, and base hits by Joe Broy- 0a I I II I !fa T 4 7 Car Club will meet In the meeting

Central Florida, joined the Bingham, third base, Mike Dun- lei and Kenny Duff, then added luii.Henry.-I,1b, Kf P 1 t : : 0 2 / room of the Holiday Inn in

"rough riders" club. bar, short stop, Roger Adkinson, another marker In the third on T, CraRrr 8b., I.f, tKtrau o. 0 Cocoa Brach at 7:30: p.m. Wed-
.'liKii h Hf 1 0 0
> II
At Valkaria, Criss turned a left field Whitehurst. centerfield two walks and two errors. They Hun'hrllaili-r 2b 0 I" I Senior LeagueThe nesdiiy July IS ,

f whooping 9.79 et., roughly&: 166 Holliday and right field, made it 7.1, scoring three. runs Urlmm C I 0 II U All present members are urged
Yankees banged out
miles per hour, and as he crossed Nartowlcz. in the fifth on two walks, a wild Total' IS S a 1- seven to !attend and to drive their
hits to down the Giants 11.3 In
.' the finish line, he dropped the pitch, a stolen base, and a tingle antique cars an they would like
the last regular season Senior
rear end, his drag shute failed by Joe Nobles. Saturday LeagueA's .fcs big a showing of Interesting
League game Friday evening.
to open, and his break lines broke Recreation Field Duff, who was credited with The Giant took an early 2.0 lead old can as posniblo.
loose when trying to stop the the win struck out three and 1)) Cards S
scoring In the opening frame on Anyone with a sincere Interestin
vehicle. He ended over one Score by Innings:
up walked five Terry Enyart was
a pair of errors, a walk, and a the colorful\ automobiles of
and a half miles away from the Day Planned By charged with the defeat. He A's 308-11 11.
single by Dale llcmke.
another era. and the restoration
starting--line? driving a 'half mileon pitched six Innings striking out Cards 3025 3 4'
dirt, but still managed to keep eight and walking six. Batteries: Hayes, Parker (II The Yank scored I four runs In and preservation of them Is invited -

all four wheels of the dragster (City And $SchoolsPhysical Score by Innings: (W), and Akers; Rennie, Crow the third making it 4 2 on t three to ttend.

touching the ground. Pirates 100 000 0-1 3 4 ((1)I) (L), Fauna (3)), and Facn/a, errors, a walk, singles/ by Wayne This will not be a dinner meeting

Bob Whiting in a D Gas El fitness Instructors Dodgers 301 030 x-7 3 1 Campbell ((3)) Nobles and Gerald Nobles, and a as was the June meeting.

Camino took first place along from four North Brevard elementary Batteries: Duff and Earnest; Box Score: double by Presion: Grimm. The The officer of the Club are
Lehman in H S2 AYvim. Giants a run in their half Jim Piltchard of Tltunville. President
with K. M. a gas schools and the city Enyart and Poff ..
u. R 11
Rally of the frame making it 43
Chevrolet. recreation director met Thursday Box Score: Akpro .. C I' U e5rllrr and John Thompson of
2h I a I :2Murry on a single by Pete Evans a I
Winning Top Eliminator was and planned the largest summer 1'lft'TIC. C'r S I I J Palm Day, Vice President,
\..... .Ib II II 11111'' Kiln... fielder' choice: and a wild pitch 1
ab I I I
Brownie Cries AA Dragster led recreation field day In this area' IIK. I
; I'b..r. 811. eo 8 II I '
I'arkrr ;
It P 0 1 a I Yankee .
The exploded for seven :
Little Eliminator Jim Farris, 29 history 1I..k.r al>. I.r a u I aEnyarl IOesk1y' II I : \!
P 8 0 0 0 I.s. a.t & I u = runs In the fifth going ahead II- : ''i. ::
Ford powered roadster, 1213, 118 Don Godwin, Whispering Hills, purr C 3 I I t Urmlow I.r (0 I 0 II U First Methodist ': :
3 four walks three -
ills cab Ih I II II IIM.rrl.m errors, a .
miles per hour; Production' Eliminator Bob Waldrop, Mimi, Dave Gab- ('f a 0 II oration 1Iny.a II ....rl."- .P. III I I 1 0 (0 I I 0 151u1 single by Grimm, and a double ""JI .; '">';; ."
Mike Coleman 1964 ry, Coquina and Bob Cox, River- Cf U U" 0llordm.n Itl I 0 II U .d." "
2h S U II 0C by Brian MacAihanAUo ; ::;::
124 view K. Frl.bee nf 5 a U 0 Wins First HalfFirst .1 .
Ford Fairlane, 11.56, mph; Elementary Schools and Drrker Itf 1 0 5 0yghurn .,. .
( lit U U (0 I 0Hoam.ny ..... ,.
Middle Stock eliminator, Jerry Titusville City Recreation Direct. lit 0 0 0Kano C.u p.Tol.lo hitting safely In the game I" ,: .

Vales, 64 Pontiac GTO strip record or Jack Miller agree, the field Mind' ,. 1h L,( Mo I 2 0 0 U II II U .'.onna P, C II I 11 I I 8 11 0 were Wayne Nobles and, Karl: Methodist Church finally 'I, .:

1356, B. stock. day may involve over 200 children C. Deoker H. I 0 0 0 Ilnun.on Wagon -Cf U. Ib 0 f a I 0 I II II Uellcmore who singled,' for tho iure7cit In a run In the tenth I,

enrolled In the school' sum Madre Ha :tCamphHI 0 Yankees and Don llcmke at the ..tt, If
K. M. Lehman took the II gas Totals 24 I I 1IIIn01 0 I Inning taut week, to edge Indian ,
II, CliO 0
class at Geneva Saturday eve mer recreation program and thecity's \: .... .u RMa K II 11111' !51"noon2I. JWcb.ler 0 I I I Giants. Rivet City Methodist 8-7 for the
ning, and Mike Lust In a 64 Ford summer program. Am. 211 a 0 II U 2b U 0 0 (0 I Score by Innings: first half championship: of the
l.unily Jb 0 II
won II( stock ..utomatic.Nationals The Field Day set for Thursday DUff Hroyles P M. 1:1 8:1:: I I U 1E.rn.nl Rrnnl V,. Jb 1 1 U 0 0 I Yankees (004) 07-11 7 2 city: slow pitch church mftball '- -- __ .._ -.,
morning at S:30 at the Titus C 1 0 Hunirerrunl Kf I 0 0 0 Giants 201003 4 8 league[ A'GAi
I & McN.b lit I. U 0 HOME( Cheeta, the performing/ Chimpanzee
Notion 8b I 1
vllle High School track will In- ('row P Batteries Farmer Gross ((5))
Lose Hamilton Cf :I II (0 I :2Pugh 0 II 0 : The Titusville team will play from Jungleland of Florida' Wonderland Titusville visited
,volve/ children from the first Ib I II U 5Cnenr .JC.'lIrmll'k Cf I 0 u 0 and G. Nobles; Evans, Hawk ((4'', the! league/ all-stars at Sand I
Lf a 0 0 "" the Florida Showcase of NBC's Show
I (letting Today )
grade: through six with all four Ilv.na Lf :I II 0 (0Mml.kh I Totals ii "ISaturday I Don llemke ((5)), and Smith Point, July 18. Pavilion'
Itf 0 (5 I I in Rockefeller Center, New York and the Florida J
of the schools participating.School I Evans ((5)) First Methodist 15 hits
Two Fall In Cr.grr ate I 0 (5 I II got of the New York World's Fair. While there ate appeared*!
and city recreation department League Uox Store: while Indian Hlver City got 13.
personnel will handle Totals 23T'-7 IIxsEY.a'Snm. : on NBC-TV's "Birthday !-Iol se" and participated in the! .

Score by Innings: Ab M H nii crowning of the winner bf ehe "Miss Florida Pavilion
timing, measuring and operatingthe K..... IIII II I ,
League Standings event Saturday League Card. 070 3-10 4 I 'r. <'knit .K.II I I C I Gavel Falls Closing Contest'1 at the Fair Cheeta is now back home and can*
NubliOrlmm C I' v,
Competition for both girls and Giant SI4 1-11 2 3 Jb S :I :awrl4abl.i Cotton ExchangeThe be seen at Florida Wonderland.

Titusville Nationals dropped In boys It offered divided into four Rd It Ycnktts 5 Box Score: Ib Cf I : I IMo'A.b. I

standings this weekend as they age brackets.For Score by Innings&: : x.... *'*It.... ., anllrllfmur I I 1 president' gavel fell the

were edged by Martin UAW, 3.1 6-7 year old groups, three Red Yankee 000 140 235 lx-10 6 2 2 3 "...,.-"...'.. Sb$., P All I I K au'I II I 11111'I I Mlrltklind.. l.f cf 9 J 0.1 .0 I 5 5 tout time yesterday at 1 1:311: p.m. Cub Scout Pack 312 Meets Sunday'Cub .

Friday and then were defeatedby legged tack races, ts-yard dash W.l.on lbCampbHI I r Or. P 1 o. I lit the New Orleans Cotton Exchange

Orlando Flyers, 8-3 SundayIn and sack races will be offered Batteries: totsinger (W), Cog- Rnblnaon: ) C 2b I 1 1Mtinonn U 1 I Tol.l. I 11 7 ending 93 years of Scout Pack 312 will hold ,will conduct several skill games.
burn > R. KrallL
((4 and Pritchard oil lhis
eleven innings. The 8-9-10 group, 11-12 and 13.14 ; i.r "I 0 II ton,. 1 b R II a PIS'. opt'rul/inn. Its July Pack meeting on Sun- for the Cubs.Cuhmasler .
( ), Bullard ((1)), Mason ((2)), andJ. Hab.rla If 2 U II 0(I I.I.. H..k. world-rfknown-Cotton Ex- I I
Sunday afternoon, the locals year old. will participate In the H.nnla P. cab If (0 I 0 0 11LunAy Smith 54 a. 1' I I u The fay, July 19th at 3.30: at Gibson will hove
jumped off to a quick lead in the 440 relay, 880 relay, running Krall Bb .I. 0 0 KvaM V. C a : : : change: which began during Re- p.m an Induction Ceremony and "a ,
Box Score: tow CfCt, Rr 1 0 I e o I Hawk LJ P, Sb. Illn 0 0 I Dlanton Perk The theme will be
first inning on three walks and a broad J Jmmp standing broad TtlKa If...... Ct: 1. I t cnnstru'linn day and played an Graduation Ceremony and prt- I

single by Jack Miller, scoring jump, softball throw, basketball wan* ,'. II 11 ""I'. M'N.b lit _1____1 0- 1Tdlain I .-IArkl.lg' t I 0 Important role In the South' "Olympics", and Committee sent awards to those who have

two run. The Nat scored againin throw .M bat throw. J Moo.. Pra.ura- Rf- Lf I I 0"I 0 (0 0 I son t 14 10 4 tll lion MoCl.H...III... Ib. PI.: .I .I 0 I 'white gold/ marketing, ceased Chairman Raymond" Marclnko earned them. ,
Miller Student will be awarded ribbon Cory U lb 1 I 1 1 .. tsvu A.... HrManH.wk 0Marevlrh after alongliopclejuly
the sixth on a Ingle by Ab R 11 Hili' 1 Y i operation" struggling _.. _
a fielder' choice and a double and certificate and trophies M. fraaura- Cf rtHumphrey 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 T.I..rtlll H.lrO.IA.e Lf t.' e I \I 1 0 0 \I 1 10 rat : S : : a victim of government ,

by Gary Whitlock. given to the high point boy Hullard M.lhlndr- 2b- P 1 2 0 0 0 {'I... tatgpanel.r 1:1: 1 1 Totala's -4- S price support. STAR-ADVOCATE. Classified Ads Get Result' .
Orlando managed to pick up athlete, high point girl athlete Ball I lb, 2':: = : I 01 Ib 2kHamillon I II II

two runs In the eleventh on singles and the outstanding athlete of I. Ola.lar. 3b 2 t 1 0 T (...,.... p, ft.. 1 f o I
I I'
M..OD ma, p 1 0 0 I O.tmm) P 0 0 II
by Jim Ferber, Bill Jackson, the day, along with an overall J. Kraft .<. C t 0 0 1 Henry Ib f a (0 I 1
and single by Broziel. high point trophy to the winning B. Kraal P. Ib a. I 0 0 0 Drap. V C I' II
error a
an ...
J ( ra. R. Jb I 0 I
Butch Grammer pitched for school. City Recreation Department Total ); -I 2- 0 .Plebs Cf 1 l' I.Ir..b NO YEAR'S WAITFOR
R.114tam. Cf ITnt.l.
the Nationals, giving up two will fnnlah the awards. .., II R ."1'.
earned runs on eight hits. Participant will I be allowed to L.I.Ing.r. p, 8b a U 0 2 11 11 I IIPANNING

Friday against UAW Titusville enter threj running, two field

had several chances to score and one relay event. I

during early innings, but managed Student will "be transported to oa ,

only one run in the seventh the high school by c
liming on a double by Harry Sch They must be registered in either Ian/ urMAtralLR /w
windettl and a single by Bobby the) city or 'one of the school' House

Enni, Roy Schoolfield took the summer recreation program.

National defeat, giving up twonearned
and three hit Savings left by the 10th of any month earn from the
tat. Savings Insured up to $10,000 ($30,000 for a husband
while striking out eght.
The National will play In Tinker ANY CAR WASH99c ''}1. Government.and wife) by FSLIC, a permanent agency of the U S.

Field, Orlando, tonight, the* '" 1'0

return to THnsvilfe\ Sunday afternoon Sauford Dealer T MmW WavM

-for-a double- -header.- Largest Roof Trust LUMBER Prtfabrlcatlni CO.SytUM Current Rate Dividend ::First rt t"t'at $a\1ing s j

TWIN TOWERS H4 S. WASH. liMMI Semi Compounded- and Loan 4isociation of ,TltusvllUOp J I

APARTMENTS Office Branch Office

RENTAL PHONE 267-e885 n 9 to 3 Daily, Also 4 to 7 Friday Washington at MaID US N. Coquina
IA .' Flu seer Chevrolet Bldg.


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Makes Few Tax Changes I COUPON SPECIALS

Five p.m. Wednesday saw the risen many times since would not. Willis stated this \ -< .] {I'

last of the 117 protects of valua- Councilman Ed Willis stated, was all on which the (board

lions viewed by Titusville City "We (speaking!: as a property could base their decision. LILY J
Council, sitting as a board of owner) have been getting by The board took Into consideration
equalization.The! with murder on our assessmentsand hardship: cases, such as the } INSULIN
board sat the first time now that property Is being complaint of Niley Green of

Monday evening, beginning at brought: up to its true value, it Osccold And Coquina. Green ii 9Tr f
read bothers us. But now we're paying!: blind lives limited In- r V-40 99c
7:30: and heard protests by and on a S
value." tgraY . . .
tax assessor Mrs. Margaret: un a truer come. The board asked the city ,
Cooper and the session lasted Some properly In the city, attorney to draw up a resolutiono ,, U-80 .1a99.

until 12:30: a.m. The board re particularly the old city limits apply to Green. The assessed . ..
convened Tuesday night and ad prior to consolidation, has been : valuation remained the same. ,. I With Coupon

journed at 10:30: p.m. increased at more than 1,000 The owners of Plitle Pluza,
The majority of protests were pet'cent. One 75x100 foot lot, Edward M. Strawgate and Soy
of which the books ut )350 JJJJIIlIIIUUU\\\\
on the increased valuation was on mour Weiss protested the assessment -- -
property within the city. This was reaasesed at a market of the Plaza which they FIRE CHIEFS MEET Brevard County photo above, left to right, Ken Burdick '

increase came, as stated by the Value of $3,500. Moat of the acid was higher than that of Big Fire Chiefs Association met yesterday in chief of fire prevention section Patrick Cll.- .]. li(7
council, fiom the fact the city complainants, when asked If Apple Shopping Center, owned Titusville with Titusville Fire Chief Jim Air Force Base, association secretarytreasurer
had not been reassessed since they would sell property at the by II. C. Kirk The owners Brown as host. The meeting was held at ; president Vick Seitner, chief of Eau
1958 and property values have assessed valuation said they pointed out that Big Apple was Citizens Bank community room. At the Gallic fire department; Chief Jim Brown, COMP TONES

fin U. S. 1 which should make It conclusion of meeting Tituiville proudly vice-mayor Jim Pritchard and City Manager

of higher value. The council displayed Its fire-fighting apparatus. In Cleveland Talmadge.-S-A( Photo).
. Traffic Club Sun GlassesReg. j
(Cape Kennedy Elects agreed and an adjusted -- -- -

figure from 23 cents square foot ..
Tha newly organized Cape Other officers are Bob Tulley, to 15 cents was made and Big Letters from Our Readers II I :: 1.98 *
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Kennedy Traffic Club met last REA, Cocoa, vice president; Bill Apple remained at 20( cents C
week in Cocoa Beach and adopt Todd, Seaboard Railway, Cocoa, per square foot. I I"::: With Coupon 98 :1

ed the dub's new charter plus recording secretary; Sam Mat. David Alien of Tuscoroia Road Editor: j proposed redistricting map, andIt tion. Whoever Is behind this ONLY a1

picking officers for the year. son, Pan American, Eau Gallie.tlll'retpondlni was given consideration on property It Is well known that I have is un amazing document. Mr. present move to alter the coming:
Pdt Whitaker o( Seaboard secretary. Other which he said had been opposed many of the polities of Nummlly lives )in Indian River election has apparently forgotten III"\\\\\"

Railway, Cocoa, was elected director: are George King, duiniiged monetarily by the piesimco the City Administration for the City while' I live in the old section that lesson. J

new piepldcnt. Southern Railway, Port Canaveral of a sewage ditch which pant two years and particularly j of downtown Titusville, yet An election and the right to
Three Tilusville men were ; Art Lloyd, Lloyd Lines, : agile draftsman has managed \ .] .I.r.tfl'Alka
runs nearby He said he had IIIP air of dishonesty in which 1 some vote and, to run for public office
elected to offices at the Thursday Cocoa and Fred Stuart,
; to put us in the lame dis-
been unable to sell properly due some of these policies are form- ate the keystones of our
night meeting. Jim Rose, of Inc., Cocoa. to this. misted and put into effect. It Is I I tiict so that I will be ineligibleto ciacy. When people try to
Bell Equipment Co. was elected The object of the organizationIs Of course I could run
Mrs. Harriet Texler Alexander also well known that Tsuppurledltandolph run. manipulate: these: rights for their
treasurer, and Bill Knight, Florida ( to promote faster and better Bill tl 111'go: but that has been attended J
and are
Nunnally elfish interest! they
was given a 79 percent decrease awn Seltzer
Railroad and Public Utilities transporation In all fields The !! -
and In on this map by eliminating of gB
ht assessment as she pointed Walker in the last election, threatening the foundation |
Commission and Jim Her- dub Invites within 80- .
; anyone a those districts entirely.I
out Gulden St. right of way that I !intend to run SOT Council i 1 I c Our freedom. ,I would think ...
NASA officer mile radius to In bettermentcf .
tin, Transportation join
had decreased the size of her myself! lit September. j I am reminded of events in that those participating In this
npoitutkm. :::::; Sge ::
property to such an extent that Whispering Hills about four Current attempt would recall the
nothing could be built there and Late Friday telephone I received call warming anananymuus yean ago, when the Council decided reaction of the voters to methodsof I ::; With Coupon 3 7 C a ;
. Sheriff Makes Sex Crime Report she would! be unable to al'l1l\\. me) to watch for 'a move on they would not hold an this njture In the last election.I who. ONLY. s
Some comments from com- election, and a group of us hired would also warn
the part of the City at Tsm'iy'smeeting :
Bill Walker' to take the issue to would try to manipulate this
Sheriff Leigh: Wilson compiled ore, 23; lewd and wanton person were that they felt to shuffle the elective the Circuit Court, which ordered coming election that I for one I '
offenses 1 fornication 1 milljge should be decreased districts around so that I would JJlllllln"\\\\\\\\\
the following report on sex ; ; attemptedrape from the eight mills the Council to hQld an election.All will not, stand back quietly and
committed In Brevurd 1. operatingtax bo Ineligible to run. I tailed
of the members of that Council allow this to happen.
County during the period July 1, The above 03 cases have been If this increased assessment Max Brewer, the City Attorney, defeated'In that clec- Gcorgo M. Bailey, Jr. "r.f .j'I'
was going to hold OthnscoiTipliiincd were I
1903 to June 30, 1904, at the request cleared by arrests wa\h/ none true. to see if he had any information ------ ----+- -----
\ of the Florida Legislative pending, the report point out. the city's assessment on such a move and he assuredme
Investigation Committee: The Legislative/ Investigation wag not In line with the he knew nothing about it. STORE HOURS: ISOPROPOLALCOHOL

Adultery, 12; lewd and'lascivious Committee I Is considering recommendations county, About fifteen minutes Inter Mr.
assault, 10; crime against for changes in Florida The biggest complaint was the Brewer called me back to say I 10 a.m. to 9 pm. I

nature, 9; rape, 7; ohacene liter Law relative to sex offenses huge jump In valuation, own. that I Cleveland Talmadge.: the Titusville Shopping 5
ature and photos 8; lewd and and Is contacting law enforcement ers saying they couldn't argue City Manager{ hAd just walked == .
lascivious behavior, 6; foundling, fleets In the Itate' In an about the figure as it was into his office to ask\ Mr Brewer Center Reg. 29c Pint t

4; prostitution, 3; indecent expos- ctfoit (to determine the Incidence fair but did not like the sudden to draw such an ordinance to ; With Coupon 9' C ;;:
of these violations and the problems burden- placed \upon them duo to be voted on next Tuesday ONLY. .
posed thereby.Lutheran the hug percentage of 'Increase I finally obtained a copy of a

MIMSContinued League SAVE UP TO 52% G -

A La Marick Salon Is always !
you 11111111IMILtttWlVitamin
( From Page 1)) Meets At Bunkers
Melbourne Cocoa Orlando Dayton Beach Helena Rubinstein'sOnccAYear
on Old Dixie Highway. lie was Margo Bunker and her mother,

arrested Saturday and charged Mrs. Warren Bunker, were host* TITUSVILLEi Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday \1t .j'I..j {I'
with vagrancy by bl'lna\{ disorderly esses to the Gina Mission l Lea- Sale
Through Friday Saturday 'Til 6 p.m. Beauty
person bkaggi admitted Cue of Good Shepherd Lutheran
being!: the person, who fired his Church at an afternoon meetingIn
pistol five times in front of the their home on Roschlll Ave. R11
Old Folks Truck Stop In Mime nue in South Tltusv 11I1.1. They fabulousTRAVEL Buy One..Get A Beauty Bonus Free... ::s ,

last night: to scare off Negro were assisted by Wendy Bunker
boys who were walking that way, Vicar James Schulke, who was For A Complete Beauty Treatment! .=..=. 2S Mr.g. JOO's :==
Bond has been set at $30.: In charge of pastoral duties at CUTS

Marvin Douglas Skiver 17- Good Shepherd for two weeks I t DOUBLE JERVINa llfSTICKI NATURAL LOOK THAT LASTS ; With Coupon 66 C ;

'ear.old white male, of 2569 was a guest at the meeting and Only 2.00 AllD YIluy ONLY

Titus Ave., charged with unlawful told an Interesting mission story :::s
assembly and bond set at. to the members. Other guests or at no additionalcost
$250.: Also arrested with Skiver were Jackie Braren, of Tallahasee -
were three juveniles, two boys a cousin of Ave Bauer, and with any of our JJllllllft"\\\\\\' \ \
and one girl. Twila Calhoun a friend of the
Skiver and the three juveniles hostess. superiorWlveg. 1t
.1-I-I. ] '{I'H
were apprehended l after they Nydia Rodriguei)led the;"open JaaRienfu0uorequl
had driven through the Negro ing devotion, assisted by DenIse -I
area throwing!: firecrackers at Zanctta. Future plans were f ''yl!t 5! KURLY-KATE < Negroes and apparently starteda discussed and a swim party will riltle : ; PACKAGE OF 3 J Jt
disturbance The car, the white be held on July 29. The annual err

youths wero in, was fired upon Fall tea will be held In Sl'plem'ber Pot Cleaners %
by unknown Negroes. Bullet for the new members and

holes were found later In the' their mothers. Laura Pricbkorn, Sat Convirtlbls lipitkl Cut. With Silk Fithlo load kUkup. .....
trunk of the car, leading Deputy Nydia Rodriguez, Victoria Rufo erumy lipstick I In d iling I thideirnn Brings prtttisst ttiturn Into 'toted' :r::::: Reg.29c ;::
Tom Rudge to make the arrest. and Eileen Ncthlng are the com bus Pink Cippil lipttlck It- Fr.i, Sill Fsiklta, Fats Powdir.btisfin 1/1 C
One arrest was made Sunday mittee for this event, and they fill. In fnhlon pinks, conli. redo S ihtdn to match liquid ::: WUh Coupon 9

night/ by Deputy Rudge.: Jerry will be advised by Mrs. Raymond 2.SOealue now ISO Uh.ot, DOW 115 ONLY. :S'

It. Cotten, 20.'ear.ohl white boy, Zanetta. '
of Mime, was arrested and charged Refreshments of Iced tea, Jill
ucAUTT tIGT..IEEp O0WNIIke WUNtWXTIUCKHUOStliwtir }JJJllllln'\\\\\\\\i 1 l I
with vagrancy by being a dis punch and cookies were servedby I
orderly person. He was placed the hostess. LA MARICK / ,
under a $33: bond. LA FAN COLD WAVE 1 t I .1.-f.' ] .ll7 ,
To Honor Women
comparable value, 12.50
ZONEContmued Members Of ChurchAll complete only &95 IcIMw LARGE CAN WHITE RAIN J

ladies, who have Joined

Cood Shepherd Lutheran Church LA MAHICK Hair Spray &
( From Page 1)) during the past year, will be hnteaibNaM

not meet rigid: city specifi guests of honor at a covered- ASTRE LANOL WAVE aev'NIIMI == : ::

cations. dish dinner to be given by the comparable value, 25.00 RyymnI ::: e Reg. 1.49 87-1::
S Will read three letters from Lutheran Woman's MissionaryLeague 9.95NIGHT m With
complete only ; :
at RuRay
Dr. T. Paul Haney, county medical on Thursday evening ::; ONLY. .
officer, Dr. Donald T. Spore, 7 p.m. at the chuiih.Mis. I 9OI9t10011 i
presidrnt of the denial Raymond Schwartz, vice
county president of the L.W.M.L., la OWL SPECIAL'St09P.M. Icy In* CliMsir with ,....1,1.* washing' Ir_ FoamKI i
society, and Dr. A.
L. Tagudin/ Crams .. clean' < J
deep M H delis Otipl | irinuln clofg* pornl
vice president of the Jess Par- chairman of this dinner and request 1I111I1 lllllllllll" \' \
Free Stls lee Miuturlar All dn Fm, "Witii Illy Pars Lalt,.. M,*
that all L.W.ML. mcm- FREE! With. each bottle of La KUrlck
rish Hospital medical staff, requesting wave a beauty trtftmtnt for dry stint! feiutf lotion tones, rtflnti.UJvtiu .
/ flouridation of the clty'i hers plan to attend and bring a All Purpose ihimpoo. 25fa
water supply covered dish or baked goods of Retail Value . 97e: U3 valve DOW pO now } NO COUPON NEEDED -

S Consider their choke.
recommendation of ; kMW'-ask IFMSL : Color-Teaf SkMtM Cs saN.
the Planning and Zoning Com The guests of honor will be Stylists Prices Slightly Higher ref Miwlu.to an us Vigoro PelletedFERTILIZER
mission that I planner be retained contacted by the membership and (keno bur Cress Dtsftrwt',., Puma Suit(M it Pwfa..
for the purpose of settingup (transportation committee! and arc. ? 2 10"lilt me t.1l

a numbering system for the urged to plan to be present at I .I. 1m i Tntnrlnf tot Chic Sttclal fm! Stir' keA U4 Holtturutc.eshe see us $189

city.'S this dinner planned for them on I 1 Ira'saris bit Ea tt tasks tm, ferns Sttt lad Ptw*,.
Hear a report from City Thursday evening I Charg.ltl1ndsC tSOrtue sic UI SO LB. BAG
Manager Cleveland Talnudge |2 I-fiMl Horn Ptnasnit Fit,Ctlor-TtM. S.**H* Cisttitntt.amiM
that the validation proceedings WIIKLY CLINICS I REG. 2.59 ONLY .

for"the l issuance of bonds for the >l Rose, assistant county I |m Il+Cllir MidfcitaiCitn..-Frw,.-*.W Pen labiatemae
( bit LU ate _atwl.H
additions to water and sewer agricultural agent la announcing y BIG APPLE PLAZA TITUSVILLE
lystems will be held August 6 Die weekly Garden Clinic: for Phone AM 74M5TlluivilU
and that Sept. 1 his been set as uinameritkl plants will be heldTue I !.. MAGNOLIA AVENUE L R. C.hge .
Cent M !
Shopping (KM tut K. tmatt MM "
tentative date for opening bid dy morning from 10 am. COSMETICS DEPARTMENT
on Construction of A watrr lift- rule nllOlIt/ the court rmut'' ollth'. Largtst and Loading Beauty System I'"

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BOB HUDSON'S I. SlaJr- d otatt: ; Bulkheading

MULLET Tb. Vole of 23.000 North Sward County R_ldwta

o Section I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JULY 1 1), W4 Pag 1-t Gets Approval

I -... -. -- I Careless Bridge Fishermen Bulklvadini of approximately The additional property filled

have a very young mother If you want your father to 18(10()) feet of shurclm' south of the by Kirk which extends nearly
and grandmother in Titusville take care of you that's PaternalIsm limits of Titusville afro feet Into the river from the
now. Last Tuesday night Jinnie Headed For Trouble With FHP city was up center line of U S.1, will be de-

Simmons (Mrs Jimmy SimmonsJr If you want your mother to proved by county coliluileblonThursday duped by Kirk and used In con-

.) became the mother of I tiny take care you, that's Maternal- for II C. Kirk. nation with his Florida Wonder
Uiutrnant lIe
Randall Robinson trocpirs to this prnblim
baby-weighing only two and I' ism. land tourist attraction.
nt the Florida Highway Patrol also cited several instance The commission approved, the
half pounds If you' want Uncle Sam to take
,The mother is only 14 years care of you, that Socialism $ t I, iu Slid today Hint bridge fisherman where cai s had ben damaged ImlklieBdlnjj( when no ohjeitoriappeared
II by the long poles attached to and two
old and Mrs. Simmons Sr., who If you want your comrades to Y p who throw fish carcasses oyster property own ((8 Airport To
phrlnip and crab nets in cureless era adjacent to the propone] t
arrived Wednesday to see the taka care of you, that's Commun thills and other liter on the hands bulkheading told the commission
new baby is now a grandmother, ism
bridges in Bievard County cmrxput approved the .
at 32. But if you' want (to take care of He mentioned Chapter 317.447 they project.The Get "Snow Job"Central

You bee, we raise youngsters: yourself, that's Americanism A w to be arrested by Florida of the Florida Law which deals bulkliiail would,! complete
young around these parts! Hifjmay Patrol TrlJIpera.I.h'utennnt the entire project pliinn.d by
J with the hindering endanger
or (
Enjoyed a trip to Cape Kennedy Robinson cited Kirk. Hc had pmlniiNly received Brevard Airport at

The man suffered a stroke, but Saturday to view the Ranger 4 Chapter 31929 of the Florida tog traffic This piuticular law appio\al fl'ol1till' liituiml 1mproxrmint Mcriitt Island headquarters for

then Improved. A friend called to space craft NASA allowed a r# Statute* which that It is curries a penally of $300: ,00 fine' Fund. and I he City of the' county mosquito control op-
ask how he was Ktling group, of newsmen to view the s and 0 months In jail, additionally litu.svillj fir biilkluading .
unlawful for to place srvrral nations, will "Snow '*
any person ,get" a job,
"Pretty good. No pain, I'm craft at close range-right: up to or caused rub the guilty person respondhlr hundred feet t Inside, hiss south
eating and sleeping right will it in fact. bish ot kind whatsoever any or for damages to the car and city limits and, the ad,Htloiial18IW gccorJIng to action taken Thurs.

and I'm able to drive to town, And we also viewed a portionof lea'ho, any any injuries to the occupants. fid would, complete his plopoHid day by county commission
of fish or
fetch the groceries and go to the unloading of the latest 4 curcass any hulkhdiding.
church." Titan to arrive on the skid strip. m ii'Inc life along or on the rliilit Iluiluunt Robinson expressed The council approved the low"

As an afterthough, he added: We learn to appreciate more F of way any road In the state t the hope that the strong rn- The board approved the petIt bid of Snow Aeronautical Corp d
l'nrtllrllph: 2 says that the fine fu, cement of these laws would! Ion on condition the bulkhead.
Of course, my mind is gone, butI the work going on at the Cape of Texas, for a single engine f'
don't miss it much" when we're able to break away will be $100,00 or 30 day in jail icmidy the situation since fut Ins be continued, ID Addison an plane with a 300 gallon hop
from the daily routine and make T Uc'itcnant Robinson went on the'r roiiipliilnti() would nrcrssl- I'olnt 1800 tut" t south of Kiiks per for aerlul spraying

Seems is though our short art a visit Av to sin that complaints hid toile n ruomnundatlon (hut the property wliiih would straighten

icle commenting on Georgia : e I prompted closer attention by bridge. .! be losud 10'( flslu'roian out the shoreline there The bid price was $23.879.6 .
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teachers gaining the right, ,,A motorist saw a sign on a 1
through legislative action, to usa i.rvice station, "Last chance for 1I I

a paddle on students, when necessary 2$cent gas State line one mile" t I

struck home with a 'He stopped, had his tank filled,
reader or two-a couple who then asked: How much is gas a

wish to hide behind anonymity, across! the line" "Twenty.two Chevrolet dealers sell
... more
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because their postcards froma cents, n plied the attendant "'

Statesville, NC, motel bear*' VIOLENT SCENE Larry Robinson as the Reverendand

tug an Indian River City pos(.i Guess most people thought Rose Ann Crouch as Sadie Thompson are shown re-

mark was obviously an attemptto there was a terrible accident oren hearsing one pf the many violent argument scenes in Ti- than
keep their identity secret.It awfully big fire Sunday after. tusville Little Theatre's production of Rain which open cars anybody

has always been strange\ 'hoon with'the number of sirens ed Friday and Saturday and, will play next weekend In

to us why persons, who feel blowing ILT's theatre building Carlisle St The show is for

strong enough about a subject It was just a parade for visiting adults only. (Carlson Photo).

to voice their opinion, evidently, firemen-and they were actually Because they sell
don't feel strong enough about it firemen, too. Fire Chiefs of great carsA

to put their own name ,behind ft the county met here and, after FEC Crossing To Be RelocatedCounty
For their information, the state the session, they held a brief
law of Florida provides for pad parade enroute to dinner The
dling as a method of punishment parade was led l by the old La- Commissioner Gus locate the crossing but withoutthe

in schools in the state, providing France truck followed by most Faulk has reported the Florida signals for the present He \
there is an adult witness' and of the other trucks in the Titus- East Coast Railway has given said traffic is not sufficient to '

the user of the paddle stays with Ville Department- all with sirens approval for the relocation of the warrant tho cost of the signals
in humane bounds. blowing loud. It made quite Harrison Street crossing in South
but Included
that signals will be
We don't think paddling the an Impressive sight Titusville aA v
installed ai traffic Increases
answer to all discipline prob. "
Faulk reported the Harrison
lams, but it certainly plays an A bank teller skillfully em- Faulk pointed out to the commission ..:'':...... /.A. ,. _., ,,_ .
Street crossing had been mis-
important part In our lives beetled $20,000 and did it so neatly that Harrison St would
located a few feet by error, and
we personally well remember. that the bank couldn't prove a be a main east.west artery In
the commission had
county requested -
There are, no doubt, those case All it could do was summarily the future
approval of the railroadto
within our school administration fire him. The next day I
straighten and relocate the
who do not feel that the use 'of the I teller applied for his old
crossing The FEC, in a letter to
Don't Scratch That Itchf
the paddle is the answer but job The personnel man was i
Faulk, indicated it would do the
that has never been the opinionof floored at his gull But The urn! IN JUST 15 MINUTES. Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe
work to be paid for by the ...... .
who bfflzler wife It H. 'II.-b "1 t'ilne u Slebnrh
this writer has pointed out aMy .
many county If signal light are t to be re nor er.r .'..r. ,.. e..lw.lrh
times expressed l this view as a and I have everything a home, ar.l.e 1I11I."t..i\oOT hk.lnld. .
Installed, the county would foot In'him u,ilrU, inn n. tnllxiIII ....
school board member, and who Clothes, a new car Why hire the bill this also .,' n kill ...-m. 1,1 ',.Ip| .IHM''* hiHn .... :
will continue to voice this view someone who has to start from on 10,.. .. ili, .f muse! r..r ninnm, .5.,. \ ,',
..11 Itll. .. rliiiworin. f,,.,l Ink oilier
even though It might be a minor scratch, and might be tempted l to Faulk asked for a resolution .,.,... ...hr.. MIH .! ..ltnor', r' :::
ity opinion steal?" authorizing the railroad to re-! l>r.g (Hiiro. I
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Now mare than

Mr ever before..i its a .. I
whole lot cheaperto ?r. \

t<> all.tttctnc in

b your kitchen, ,.,\, ..,.tot-.
N $1 zt laundry-your ,
+ 4ht entire home
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of wrvlcvs.

Electricity cats so 4 ,
little yet does so
south for theenjoyment Conair Monte Club Coupe
...WITH FLAMELESS ELECTRICairconditioning of

modlIv1n,! Chevrolet ha brought a whole new kind of excite- Altogether you've got five\ different kind at earl

ment to everyday driving this year It'* a Mty-yard. and up to ;45 different model to choose from.'And

'. line, ten-rowa-up kind of excitement. each one la looking even more attractive at the ,'64
And whether you're cushioned in the bucket seat car-year close out "

\ Friends Sow to come 0'"...and your in winter from the same unit. of a luxurious Chevrolet Impala Super Sport or You couldn't pick a better time to build on the

whole finally ha* port tip for better Today electric air conditioning:compact Is behind the wheel of the surprisingly roomy Chevelle, model you like either, for behind each one U a listyou'll

living and summer fun. It's such a a marvel of tried and dependability t feel It. of special Chevrolet option a* long a* your arm.
Whether gobbling a hill 'In a thrifty So atop In at Chevrolet dealer' and
treat to beat the heat! .Quieter and more efficient than you're up your now t,e
Electric air conditioners cool the air ever Better looking. trimmer tai: 01. Chevy nor making track on a tandy beach with the what all the excitement 1 is about. Get behind I the

and Jeep it fresh and sweet-smelling slimmer Wide choir. of sizes and: rear-engined Corvair, you'll feel It Whether _. wheel of America's moat popular car. Or all

...control the humidity...filter out models. Prices are lower, too! Enjoyed IL: .IUSIffMtl! : : you're juat looking at a Corvette or I kkklng l/.Vf""f! five wheel And don't be surprised if you see

dust and pollen.., block out outaide ty over a million Flondam: their You. too can take np acme duat with one, you'll feel It. TBaBF your neighbor doing the ama thing. ,

Boiaee. Bring intuit comfort on the homes. Provide your 1.unllrlith I Its advantage of 6

hottest days! many benefits.. now, the reduced tlectrifl BECAUSE MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEYROLETS CHEVROLETS MUST
And with year-round rte. .in was BETTER BUY
mrree-cycle See
models also your appliance: dealer or air.' bluer bargain _._.. ..___..__u. .-.. -.... ...._..........._.... . ... .. ............ _
youTI enjoy cozy warmth conditioning contractor today. ', in our budget

Che k with your (M-tMO

FLORIDA fOWCR,, sew. If'A/l1if ft rises LIGHT I gyg1r COMfAMT. I ,Light.,.!_Company iA ,Yl. GUS FAULK CHEVROLET, ,:. ,

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Corner Hopkins & St. Johns Titusville .? I 'AM 7-1234
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Ptje 2-1 TlfvivlIU (FlerMe) Stir-Advocete Monday, July 13, J 11N

realww a. I MISTER/ sowed BREGER wed STAR-ADVOCATE'S Crossword Puzzle you can probably get a loan of us ;

We are aiming this bank at the average man '

ACROSS 42. Girl's name 1$. -, and
1. Car for = woman. We are owned' altogether by local people, and

Iki'f 6.Vend DOWN flour I' we hope hundreds of local people will like ui and
9, tree Sandarao t One of the at BepaBocletir ,, We'll welcome you even if your deposits are do business with us. Many have started, already.

rat ,, small.
10. Algonquin Island Into "

It Type Indian of M 2.." discord Goddess of thin A And you can probably get a loan of us pretty We're easy! ,to reach, literally. We're at the

soy porcelaindish 8.airl'i name SI Cer-.heete" ,"p j fast, if your credit is good. north side of the Indian River Shopping Plaza on
11 r : t Route 50.We're
4. A drink t .
man A I
12. Jeweler' 5. We art the youngest bank in the county, so we If need loan.
Scrawny meta. easy to reach! too, you a
Sf//4I/I/) stack memos; phyelolan- lean forward in our effort to be accommodating and
14. Blothe S. Ireland: rea.rdagy A.pae

11. A radio poet. t
1.13 active, I T. Mercifulne 25. Bclentlftf 20.: Back awn of the INDIAN RIVER PLAZA

element */ workroom. neck bank

IT. Lieutenant abbr. t 8.A type* of t short*i 34.It Bird Shake.* / brevard I national I .STATE ROAD SO I

A 18. Biblical 28. Anointed: .pt.,.'. oft
: king ILTounr cow obs. river
19. Uncle: Scot. It.Merganser var. 35. Openlnf!
*0. Dtrty 18.Beam 2T.Notion M. Monet
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M. Tibetan' AMTTEkRi'fl
priest II I I 1i4 liS I

"I had this neon sign Installed to use when my 27. Author of I ; ii,u I .;
1'4 I liS I /leProgress"
"Ptlfrtm1 P/
husband decides to do some cooking. } ) aJ I
80. Cuckoo F011' /" 1

It A swollen
mark on the 120 ZI t 0 I 11
82. Radium r ; at 4
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Ann LandersThat's Holy ym.S3. city of 2) 2 6 F u 21 I

Hlndui: I
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88. Very 'Im
portantperaon 133 134 s

Your LineDear :
abbr. 36 ", )I 3. C you MUST BE PROUD.RASSTON',10 HELPING
88. Toil s LEt ME HAVE A SON alassalas W15 NI7rHIN

Ann Landers: In your Ann, I hope you will print my ST. Fat 0 ? OPEN THE GARAGE WHO 13 SUCH A WILLING) 1 TO p0 WITH

column recently i wife wrote letter and give the customers an 89.40. Enff.Coin college vql
that she wag disturbed because eyeful. T.N.T, 4tLalrTELEVISION V/ /.1" ; I I 1 / J

her husband had come home Dear Dynamite: I try always l-t

from a stag party where two to be fair and here Is your lot-
lie has lorn up my magazines IN THK CIRCUIT COURT Or TIrE
girls did strip acti. You told the ter. As for "giving the customer NINTH JUDICIAL 'INCEST IN
and broken record, His
wife she should not be thrown oft an eyeful" that's your Is always my"sorry" but that'sas mother AM. Rr:*H HlllfVAKU COUNTV' G

balance by I "cheap little bimbo line, thank you. IN tIMNCKBV HO. tsmsOTICK Oay
far as it goes. She 1
says > or ADorriox! e
whose major talent I Is
parading hate to be hard on Jerry because J'ROU It".NOIl
at stage in the altogether" Dear Ann Landers: Have you IN REI,
it might destroy his nat 1'rtlil.m of JOSEPH PULLA 1 fdA1QTIM
For the tint time In my life noticed that service employeesare ural curl ity. Children need la for Adnntlnn,
I feel I should defend my pro becoming chummier and Investigate" 1IIS-I1 React Ckunnel Drive
chummier! I have, and 1 don't H.I ll. Harbor
fession. 1 hive been exotic '
an How about this? ROBIN. poems, New York
dancer (1( prefer this to "stripper" like It.My ETTE YOU ARm HEREBY NOTIFIED

) for 12 years. I am no butcher always greets mo that the shove named Petltlonnr, ,. ,
Dear Robin: You have not JOSRPH BHILA 1 r ulp ? .5
cheap little bimbo but a hard with "Hello, Honey," or "What been "disciplining" the boy hove Klorldn, hn filed a petition In the f1r1 lI ( rt..iIh+ '''I ''dip N8' I N'Il' ''ImI,fA' ,..Y'NN '

working woman who paid taxelon will you have today, Dear?". 1 to of the ilvlxd minor Court child for named the adoption therein l'l'r' 1N t f

$40,000 last year. find this Imbarrbising, particularly you'v attempted protect your and you are required to ihow CIUMwhy I '( fl I 114r.J" I
property, and the boy against his the Mm ihould not he grantil i y ll'I E''N
finished when someone I know U by lervlnacopy of writ 1PII '
When I schooling your
my ? ;
lack of training.The .. ..
standing ; ten .p'.n. It my upon JACK
In the East at age 16, I went to near "KKEUn' Attorney for the Petitioner, C I n Y 1 1tY. '

work In the office of a major TV Am I wrong to feel as { do? child who Is permitted JOHKI-1 legion: Avenue BULL, Tltu.vllle. 210 ttouth, Florida W*.h-, IeY YNN

network. In' the 10 month Should I say something to thJ everything and anything at home and ey ftll* UM animal thereof Ur

worked there I received more Indecent man? Thank you. OLD will try for anything and everything bets with.,.the Ike Clerk mad*t lay ultf. ft Court July on ttti or: > II 1

proposals and pinches on FASHIONED when he's out. His mother MkM-wUe. a Mona nay be amend

my posterior than in the,12 yean Dear Fashioned: If the J la failing him badly, A youngster ea WITNfcn ln.t you: anatlai mr k..4 said aid.s adoption.the Heal:: i : : I

I have been doing my act. butcher asked for a dais or offered who does( not learn what no of acid Court et TltoevUle. Florida, | '
tell lytk d.y af ,,,... 1904.
to deliver the pork chopsin means Is bound to find the world CUKTiai It aURNEft i t't'W :r-1" '

There can to artlatry and tail person you'd have a legitimate a frustrating and unhappy place Clerk By V.of 8.the gpaniler Circuit Court ee MYM A-.Mw. w

In exotic dancing. I am told I beef no pun intended to live In and will forever be at Deputy Clerk -
have a regal bearing which odds those CIRCUIT COURT UKAM!: '-' IriiAitY III
with around him. This .
A "Hello, Honey' alpuM! not; Jnnn _3. July 5. n (Mon.) 1'11I4. .\
makes men respect lI1e. The 'is how 'mlnfits 111
are IN TMK CIHdlT 'Ol'HT OK I alf
offend If it's more'than Tint ,
you. you ,
would think twice
avcraga male NINTH JtDiu11. CIKrriT, IN GOft II IIcr'
can stand, however, ask him to AMI htN'rna: Ot.NTV' Uf HKK.: c
before he tried to pinch a woman 1
Ann Landers will be glad to AND, p1.O11111A1'111crNv / :
call "Mrs. in
her diamondsand you y
who buy own Ml final tr
minks and travels with a tha future. You might also pre. help you with your problems. HILLY KAY CillKKN. : :I Nut I

200-pound -drummer. pare yourself for some stringy Send them to her la care of this ".. Plaintiff, / /// I' ; Ui' L

newspaper, enclosing a stamped NORMA JEAN GREEN, :
roasts and tough T. onel. -
claim to be fair ft
Since you aclf-addressed envelope n..ndanl / | ,
TO: NORMA JEArulaaav QREIoN: wkoa

'tll a Dear Ann Landers: Is it wrongto Chalky, *North la 210 Carolina Dover, Ktreet. t

discipline the children of NoticeI You are hweky. noli fled that a
i Complaint, for IMvorra haa bean
FLORIDA guestiT file .
aolaet yea, and you are reaulred t

I have two friends who bring hereby give notice that I will swat or to debu.a awve e espy to the of Complaint your':: I An-' : .L.-.yuL-// ./' > I rYVI nt.MRABERNATHY55JA4RIGHTTHIS .

TltuaTllU their youngsters over regularly. not be responsible for any debts on the: plalntlfC'a attorney, Hally
Warr' 112 Harbor
city Boulevard,
.r One little two-snd-a-hsif-ycerold Incurred by persons other than Kau Uallla. Florida, and file the

Matlne*Dally At 2iOO boy is Into everything He Is fast myself, from this date, June 29, original' Answer or other nefenaea .
to the Complaint' In the office of
as lightning and unless someone 1004. the Clerk of Circuit Court on or WHY DON'T) If FINE IDEA,

OPEN MATINEE 1 1:45: keeps an eye on him every' min Oeirge Webster, If before you the fall Dad to do day 10. a of 1),0"July...,.. 19 Pro<4, WHEW! ITSURE 14 NOT Q DON"? GET YOU GO LITTLE 5 A LOT MORE COMFORTABLE l ,

FEATURE 2:00: ute he can take a whole house 231 Golf View Drive, Confemo will be taken ...In.1 you ANDHUMIDTODAYI / 1'4 Too MUCH SKINPALL
for the relief demanded In the Com SUNVAN s a i
apart. Titusville, Fla. pie lnt. wl.yp i .iy ea ..l.lY
OPEN EVENING:4S June 2U, July 6, 13, 20 (Mon.) I DONS and ORDERED ai Tit in.y'l' 0 iilill! OARDLCR, AND COOL
The boy's mother is one of '", Hrevard County Florida, Ihl. OFF ?
FEATURE 7:20:30JJP.WLEWIS: 1964 19th day of June, 19H.( vi7III
these "relaxed" types who never CURTIS R. RARNE8

I sees anything. I have to take ENVELOPES Business Sizes (Clerk ,d Circuit County CourtIiriver Florida. 1 h j jv'pJES4' 1 1e

matches out of the child's mouth, byl! V. 5. Np.nllnn
Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp Drpuly Clerk
as ash trays out of his hands and ALLY WARRhiV:
for mailing. Full stock at Star. AltoVney
move the candy dish on the man Advocate. ..J Harbor at City Law Bouleverd, I Q D

tel or he would eat every piece. K.u. O.llle, Florlil., z
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Ch. N..... Mike Wallace Ch. e Den In Court / EAACfLY AM AlRPLANf. wE GOT THAT'S THi TROuatl WIT 21i S'nenrNbeODilIFT ,
Ch. Spanish :: Ch. f Johnny CerionCk. 1'118 Ch. S..... LI. Howard ;; V ITS MORE LIKB AFLVIN' CuT iKF! e Z.
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PLAN BIBLE SCHOOL Formulating: Mrs Lillian Browning, Mrs. Helen Crump-
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Methodist Church, to be held AUK 10-14, Cowlin '
are, from left, Mrs. Katherine Diahan, 0 JUST WONDERFUL 0 :1
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lett flanked by (left to right) Paul Wiley,
leave and Identifying them and Mrs\ V T Iloke and their
Bob Tindall, Mrs Ann Exline, William HAIR SPRAY C \
Randolph Nunnally, left, congratu 1.. They are also doing laminated two daughters/ from Colorado s 64
I lates new officers of IRC Civic: Association Barnard, Bill Gordon and Mrs Clare lca\o Many filmstrips have Springs, Cole. Major fluke la on I : Reg. ISO A..01) Ii IiLlmll

following installation ceremony. He is Simms. been shown that h8aldl'tl in active duty In the U S, Army Con t

shaking hands with President Gary Bart .{ the study of Nature They stayed two weeks visit. S wits ....... temsa'W.... .fee 4 j

lag In our city and thin left .to
Indian River South Titusville Happenings Vacation return home They had no sooner .
-I Carl and Ann Exline and( small lift than Mrs MrC.onemy'1youngest -__ N --"-
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I son Gene. Mrs Exlme mother son, Sergeant, James -RcEouTP
InstallsInstallation Mr. Marguerite Green and Anphby and his wife and one 1.5 I SEC OL >
Civic Association
i her brother Mr Emil J. Green, child, arrived from Fort. Bliss DEODORANT
Jr lift by automobile early last Toxin. Sergeant Appk'by la also R'I. 1.00' Bottle

and School, to be held) from August week (fur Nt'w'York City On arrival In the U. S. Army The.Sergeant
of new officers liam Barnard as Treasurer : New Ice Blue ,
(lure' without Incident, they had 30 days leave and theyepent 5'4'
highlighted the regular monthly Mrs Ann Exline as Secretary.In |0 thru 14th Sm.t
spent three at the World'sFair two weeks of It his
days visiting 'IJ.J?
held Thursday, Jja
meeting of the IRC Civic Association effecting the installation of A iwting was
held Thursday eveningat these officers, Nunnally told July 9Li, at the home of Mrs. fAT in New York, visited the mother I S Lisle 1 wile ...... 4hNose. w.... 'III :
:Slack In the and
: Exchange) city .
the Civic Center them fiat: they and their boardof William Johnson, 280 Rosehill,
iipint one day fishing at Malta-
made for all t .
directors were the spotlights when olans were
Randolph Nunnally, City Councilman of the oigamzation/ for the community gi oups. There will be many talk Long Island LEGAL' PADS Big Supply, Me courq
from this area, was all of Interesting crafts and other tram! New York they went Inland II r- I Iil I
He congratulated .
called to Install the new JAMBOREE Charles (Chuck) to Marlon, Ohio where they each at Star AdvocateOffice' .
upon the new officers and wished things! fur all to do. Age groups RAPID SHAVE
officers after routine matters them well.Bartlett will be kindergarten thru the Davis, holder of 31 Merit Badges, visited Carl's mother, Mrs Edwin il
wore deposed of. sixth graft is attending the 1964 National Randall, for three days. '
and Mrs. Exline then Jamboree for Boy Scouts at Valley They then went on to West Vir SHAVE E BOMB
School this
The!' Theme of this If get business! C
Nunnally had prepared awrit'en Forge, Pa. and I visited Carl's aunt In you any
took their places as Presidentand year Is Jesus" There will be fcinia R... 79e 6'/4-Ot. 49 .
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pertaining Secretary, and O G Exline class Jtiploy Then to a city by name Aerosol Can
film and project telephone
strips over the .
each of the officers to be In-
of "Junior" and visited Gene
Brenda A
bowed out as president receivIng An Imitation Is extended to all ale Cjmp Terri Tripp, limit I t lth MUM thrwilipncniMinpriC WHo iI
stalled, detailing their duties and Debbie f xlme's great.greit-aunt, then
a big hand for the fine to attend< For more informa and Rosanna Allen you will get more business !. ;
obligations and Informing themof work he had done in the past lion, call Mrs. Browning at Smith, Jesse Earls, Walter Pit to Ganxawiy, W. Va and visited
their in the
place community. kethlcy and Mary Ellen Smith with Curl grandmother From ittnLvlt1lltfl11llV1
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attended the Junior Camp \there they returned home -
Installed as members of the
Board of Directors were Bob Concluding: a short meeting Becky Forward was one of the UCEP4COLReg
Tindall, Bill Gooden and Mrs under the new officers, refreshments Attends Jimborte counsellors at the Camps. Vlilters a

Clare S-nrns. He congratulated were served with Mrs Chiles Marshall Davis, better The children enjoyed daily devotion Recent visitors at the home of
Exline and Mrs Simms acting as *, Bible studies, learnednew I 97c H-Os,
these three on their willingness known at "Chuck", son of Mr Mr, and Mrs Richard''' McCon
to accept the offices hostesses md MM W A Davis of 1216 wigs, entered Into competition tmy daughter and family, Major 267.5530'Q a Bottle OralAntiseptic 53C '

rharglng them as Directors to be North Dixie Highway, left last in ball games, swim r "
the executives of this organiza Planning Bible School Saturday to attend the 1964 ming, canoeing: skiing, archery, I I pow.n'w.d. I
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lion and to help their officers. National Jamboree for Boy )pins: -pong, horse shoes, etc. V i
He then successively installed The Indian River City Metric- Scouts at Valley Forge, Pa They also had Bible verse memorizatioit
Gary Bartlett as President, Paul dist t Church members are: busy Morn! than 50,000 Boy Scouts and hikes, Everyone \ .
Wiley is. Vice-prettdenf; Wil making plans for Vacation Bible will participate in this Jamboree, reported having a wonderfultime
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Chucks paitlclpatlon, is that he I :]
Is the only Boy Scout from North Summer Recreation Pr..ramI I
CHAMP attend this Jamboree : left,. of 100
WARING Bifvard to COluina Elementary School of { .
Chuck Is 16 years of age and Indian River City I U now in the faJki11'abOu.t.. S iroln u.s.,., Be
completed the 10th grade at third week of its Summer Recre e JiI Standard Aipt'ln I iii
TiUisviUe! ugh' School last June. ation Progrsm The enrollmentat
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'lif has been a Boy present Is 407. There are two Q1)lb ffi 1a ttLa
4 years and has attained Eagle Reading Programs In progressand ;: 1UtJl1.1I'IUJ'\t6'/LInrn. '
Rank He is a member of Boy a Kindergarten with an en
Is proud to announce that wo have a full tlmo 011 Scout Troop 310 of Indian River rollment of 21 children who will 111'I"i'i.I': "' '..' :: mM'g COUPON..l
Burner Service Departmont. City and la Patrol Leader of the start school In September Beg < rgi
Titan Patrol l Istration Is still open for the Repellent e
Summer Recreation Program :
Don Caswell Is our Service Manager. Ho has over alone 1 Reg. 79e Stick/

13 years experience Lake Swan Camp =} eati11cdwaoa.1r3 -
The children are enjoying!! the Easy to use
Sixteen young people from the program: and they have shown = h1- Keeps Insects Away
At this time, wo are giving a FREE Safety Inspection Christian and Missionary Alliance great Interest In various fields. Ver-
Church of IRC attendedthe In the Arts and Craft division of -- '_ Limit I Kith MUM* Mtrtuth MM T/IS
on your heating equipment. Also we are now -'llie. TI : :
Youth Camps at Lake Swan Recreation, the children have Ineh-!--
taking furnace cleaning orders. Conference Grounds near Mil- been making bracelets, lanyards, COUPON .
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For Free Safety Inspection and Patsy Smith and Linda Warner pot-holders, ceramic place mats, finidslust' | paint with OlD MASTIBS no LIQUID AJAX I
attended the teenage camp, and place nuts by weaving yarn many .
easy le uto-'beautiful>> astonishing rvll.-.
Cleaning Orders while II T. Coleman, Robert through dishcloths. child cn do it.DREVARD 0 0
Preston, Vivian Koehler, John The Kindergarten Division Is WITH, AMMONIA
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haa4-d Tltvavllle (Florida) Star-Advocat. Menday, July 13, 1964I .
: Home Construction Pace Al I Rocket City Stepped-Up

Launch Marks "OOth Home construction at Roi&et two lakes (one 12 acres, another and the two'story All.State I
City has been paced up. this five acres), two and one-half Development Corporation Ad- FLORIDA'S FASTEST GROWINGGAS
I month with the availability of miles of navigable waterways, ministration Building
00 percent home mortgage now 4.3 miles of four-lane boulevards, All of these Stage One projects UTILITY BRINGSNATURAL
Rocket For being arranged for qualified landscaped and streethghted, are In various stages of
Flight Aeroet city buyers In this new .p.ce.aae Tides construction. or completed already GAS TO -!:\ "\ I

A submarine.launched Polaris aeries of U. S Navy Polaris were nude on U S Air Force, A new aeries of homes are High u>. Rocket City, now 18 monthsold TITUSVILLE
missile roared from beneath the shots from the submarine National Aeronaut' and Space currency under construction in Tuesday, July 14 is an urban/suburban com- ?
V.S.S. John Adams Administration and U S. Navy Stage One of Rocket City, ranging 12:12: a,m. 6:30 a.m. plex encompassing housing,
blue Atlantic waters off Cape Mme than one.fourth of the programs In price from $18,000 to $27- 12:38: p.m. 8:32 p.m. shopping: areas and an industrial City Cis Company if Florida .Ml. taught,
Kennedy Wednesday to mark approximately 1500 significant Among: the more notable of the 693 Wednesday. July 1 IS park between Orlando and the' natural' pi U tread County. Live modem.
the 400th major rocket flight missile and rocket flights from 400 Aerojet engine launches have Tho new home. feature tfot 1:03 a.m. 7:25: a.m. Cape Kennedy area and live money with natural (it for inking,,
using Aerojet-General Corporation Cape Kennedy since 1957, hive been Its space acheivemcnts point electrical appliances 'with 1:38 i)m. 7'49 p.m. The homes boW selling feature home .billing. I air conditioning, clothes dry-
propulsion at the U. S. Air been i impelled by Acrojet liquidor These include orbiting of the various floorplans available, underground electrical utilities Ing, water .heating. and many commercial *
Foicc's Eastern Test Range snIH loi-ktt engines! in one or Tclsfar, all Tiros weather satellites some with swimming pools included HAPPY provided by Florida Power Corporation Industrial applications. U Through, our Mb-..
This 400th launch Involved the more singes ECHO, Syncom, Orbiting BIRTHDAYTuesday underground telephone lldlsry-Orl Corporation-we ilM supply.
AeroJU first stage of the Polaris E E. Leist, base manager for Solar Observatory, four Explorer The Stage Ono area Is located wiring, by Southern Bell Telephone the finest bottled gn throughout, Oil Nuns(
solid propellant ballistic missile Aerojet operations at the Cape, satellites and Relay by the Aero- adjacent to State Route 820 at July 14 and home construction by All City On and OrlCu euitomai* M*
The mibsile was launched in a laid, "We feel that the most 1m- jet Delta Stage of the NASA- the entrance to Rocket City and L. J. Brown Ace.Craft Homes, a subsidiary spiced ky union .mqlo,....
poiUnt aspect of this achieve- Douglas space 'workhorse" rocket will accomodate 1500 homes upon Mrs Waller Glenn cf all Slate Development Corporation *
New Arrivals ment la the opportunity it has completion. Carl Lee Thorne .
glvtn Aerojet management and Aerojet presently provides propulsion The completed Stage One section Grover C Wright
the StorkA
of Rocket City win also in Dorothy Bozeman CITY DAB COMPANY OP FLORIDA
!technical! people to amass much systems for the Air Force
dude a .ix.clu.room school, pea INFORMATION. ON SUMVICC. CONVIKSION, a "NATID.CALK,"
invaluable lung term experience Blue Scout, the first stage of Wednesday. July 1 1)
In the design and manufacturecf Douglas'/ Thor.Delta. first and with cufetormm, library and Woodrow, Darden TWIN TOWERS, .:.000- I I TtTUVII.LU AM 7-aace, I I Msaa.YRNS'mime
propulsion! systems and in seconl stages of NASA'sAirforce administration offices; an 18- Robert Mack UNfA .Ai-.a1-4 I II
leweIs support fur flight tost pio- G.mlnl! Titan II launch hole championship golf course, Mrs C F Smith APAUMtNn ,
grain,." vi'hi' 'I. and all stages of the a motel; a shopping complex, Gordon Thomas COCQA, ...C... I I STAR-ADVOCATE Classified Ads Get Results

Since tIll first Vanguard USAF Marlin Titan HI core; --
launch In May of 1997, Auojct vcl,Ich*. .
major propulsion: systems have A.roJct-General Is a .ubsldl-
1 averaged one flight t per week ary of the General Tire and
from Cape Kennedy The flights. Rubber Company of Akron, Ohio

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daughter, Crystal Renee,
weight five pounds, 14 ounces, Masters Program In Business '
born July 2. to Mr and .Mrs. Our Favorite :
Earl E. Sowell, 2624 Old Dixie .I j 'I ,
Highway Titusville Administration Added By FICUSA

A son, David Clay, weight
seven pounds, four ounces born maulers decree program in on the campus of Brevard Junior -
July 2, to Mr. and Mrs. Reeder business administration has been College with the cooperation Testimonial.I :. ,
J. ,Reynolds, 2055 Garden St, added to the educational" complex of m s:dent J. Bruce Wilson .
TitUDVillO supported by the Florida Dr Robert Humphiey, Jr., 4i ;
A son, i Jasper; Faust Jr., Institutu for Continuing University the FICUS center administratorfor 1\
weight ,'seven pounds, nine Etudiei (FICUS) In Bievird East Central Florida, directs ..f
ounces, born July 3, to Mr-and County.Dr. the FICUS operation. from BJC t>'
Mrs. Jasper F. JaBptmem, 2501 Myron R Dice, FICUS headquarters where he is available -
Lakevicw Lane, Titusville director, told his East Central for consultation regarding : '
A daughter, Jenneane Bab- Florida MBA advisory committee all FICUS supported programs : .
ette, weight six pounds, 12 meeting In Winter Park, and services .. .
ounces, born July 3, to Mr. and that the School of Business at Under arrangements completed ad :: .
Mrs. Edward L,. Laviolette, 725 the Florida Stale University has at the advisory committee (s', '
Delano Road, Indian River City, been designed to provide the meeting Dr. Humphrey will administer .'
A daughter, Dawna Beth, MBA program In Brevard County Graduate Records Examinations
weight seven pounds, one ounce, The advisory committee, today at the Bre-
born July-, to Mr and Mrs under the chairmanship of Major raid Junior College for the
Kirby G\.Edwards, 231 West William R Perry, USAF, educational: testing service at 1
Alley, Indian! River City PAFB, brie defined the needs of Princeton, New Jersey. Dr.l.umphrey .
A daughter i Wynetto Renao, area personnel for a program 1 will announce the
born Jjly>8, "to Mr and Mri. leading to a master of business counseling schedule for students
Jerry K':' tOIler, 4284 Essex St., admInitiation degree in the MBA program which will i

TUusviUoI: ,' Rep James R Dressier, a be initiated with four graduate ,.,
A daughter, Cynthia Ann, member of the advisory committee courses for residence credit in
weight seven'pounds, 14 ounces, at the meeting viewed the Trimester I, beginning early I' : '
born July4? .l\lo Mr and Mra. action of FICUS and the Florida September this year. I :
Lradley of Oak 1l ll. State University as a significant Besides tile members of t.Jsa 171)
A da&fiftitr, Cindy Renee, ,expansion/ / the educatioj al''op- member committee hcadra to
born July*. to Mr and Mis portunity for spare industry in Major Perry', Dr Blei was joined 10 SHEETS PLYWOOD', slightly ,;w I/ I
Jimmy D Ave., TitusvUle. the step as the attainment of Park by representatives of the now $4.50 after 10 p.m. 267.9189.PLEASE .
A daughter; ,' Wendy Michelle, "The" equivalent of in intcrlnRlitutlonal three schools: of business, Dr
weight six pounds/ 14 ounces, branch campus of the Robert C. Ernest and Dr. Rob-
born July, S), to Mr. and Mrs. slate university system Now ert L. Fiocmke of Florida Stat
Richard A/-; Lowe, Webb's Trailer the University of Florida graduate University, Di Wiliiurd E
Park, Minis program for school personnel Stone of the University of Flo- d CANCEL The Ad

A daughter, weight six already operating In the county rida, end Dr. Robert W More .; li ks .
pounds, nine ounces, bom July through FICUS Is joined bya uf the University of South t
7 to Mr and Mrs Leo R Lucier, graduate program from mother Florida.Dr. 1' For Plywood For Sale That Ran Wednesday, July 1 1. We
CM. Lenore Avenue, Titusville university In the system" Richard Kip, Dr Robert } 5i
A daughter, Teresa Marie, Rip Diesslcr emphisized that W Long, Di. Clarence Edney II r ; ., had calls by 4 p. m. Wednesday and Excellent Response !
weight seven pounds, eight the FICUS management of the well ad Dr Humphrey represented ,
ounces, born July 7, to Mr and Intorinstltutlonil graduate com- FICUS in the conference 1 1a In t' You May Send Refund Check for difference as I paid for
Mrs Frank M. Columbo, 2736 plex Is an economy matched display of the determinationby
Circle Plate, Titusville. only by the fact that the instruetlon that agency to provide the Three Days.

A son, John Arthur Jr., weightsix is carried out in facill graduate instruction requited to \, ,}. Thank you,
pomds' ?. 15 ounces, born lies already available In the meet the urgent needs of the Iaaa
July 8, to Mr and Mrs John county and with library, and. space tented county J4ennj oLenz (Signed) s'+ .
Arthur Wood Sr, 3130 Kirby other rosouiccs at hand !
Drive, Titusville Dr. Blue told the group the for those who 4 419 Main St.
A dau ,lif{:r. Nora Kae, weight resident professors In the University Titusville
seven pounds, 12 ounces, born of Florida education program I t ,1
July 8, to Mr, and Mis Vanidatt as will as the FSU business PERSPIREHEAVILY i
Ferrell Jr., 0 CbrUtmas Hill Rd., family will be housed In .
Titusville. the FICUS headquarters located
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Th.(limit mOlt t dttinbli : ell You too can tell your don'i.want* rent your houa.
and moil modes Iplllm.nl bmldmg
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t I oral Serum Anlivenom On Hand 111! "::::. \ .

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,I} Bites and death from coral /,
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snakes in Florida are comparatively
rare but the State Boardof
Health keeps a constant sup '
ply at sntivenom serum as do .
20 hospital) poison control centers t ,j
ia II cities over the state. 21f "

Thu," said Dr. Wilson T. I EEKSAVIIl SI
Sowder, state health officer,
antivenom can be obtained by ,
fast car within 30 minutes for DO
percent of the state's population. w
A bite victim can get Informa- ,,
;Jf: lion most quickly by contactinghis BBIIX MARKET ,,, '
county health department unless -
he already knows the location ,
ofI\ nearby poison control EM '
center. Tim ., QUICK-FROZEN
No corul snake bite deathsjli t
t have been reported in Florida 1
since 1961. One bite has been LEG O' LAMB
....-. reported so far this year but MICH I
five were reported last year. e EFFECTIVE
Last year, three persons died wIN I
MOM., Tilt. WED
of snake bite all rattlers. So ,,,,,,., e5 e. *
JULY 1), 14, IS
far this year, there have been
three deaths: one by a rattler, 1964
one by a moccasin and one by a
cobra. The cobra death was a lb. -
suicide in Dade County.
All together last there
year SAFAR ',,
were 241 bites reported: 51 by ,
rattler, 38 by moccasin, 1 by
copperhead, 85 by pygmy rattler,,
9 by coral and 91 were unldentl
fied. There were 277 bites reported m1 m Smok.d
in 1962.
The coral snake is the most Beef lb49c
deadly in Florida although thereis ry Tongue .
the least likelihood of being sb14I / '
bitten by one. This is because the down produce lane Swlft'l Premium fur
snake is slow to arouse and be-
cause it bites rather thin Beef Franks .. lb. 59cSwlft'l
strikes. Thus, it must get its For Summer Refresnment, Juicy y'bM .leer ,
teeth around an object such asa ., w' Premium Smoklrs or

into Coral finger.a flat venom It surface.cannot affects get the its teeth ner Lemons Or Limes Jo"" 29 tae Polish Sausage ''P2C: q: 59c

vous system while that of a ratHer ... ,. ,
or moccasin breaks down .,JIV.."' '''' ''''.' '_' .. .. .n._ .
red blood corpuscles. A coral f t ': i! '''; liati .ii1t
snake bite victim must have ser !
urn in an hour or death is almost
The board acts its serum di. BORDEN'SCREAMY
rectly from a firm in Brazil, the SMOOTH ;.
only place in the world where it 4 I
is manufactured. RINSOBLUE ANI I
"The board cannot sell the CREAM
I scrum, it must be dispensed .
frees Dr. Sowder said "The p' 1 COFFEE
I serum is not licensed for sale in CHEESE
this country but we feel we
should save lives if we can. A
person bitten by a coral snake 9t. G'OI.
will almost surely die unless 39cpkg. Jar 79c
serum is administered in time. 3-01. lOc
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scrum we have effectiveand
we feel that effort
should ba used to it to PURCHASES OF SI 00 OR MOil
get a i PLUS 50 4h( CRIIN STAMPS
victim as quickly as possible"
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beautiful reptile and most at-
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black and its red und yellow Kraft's 1000l.londDressing
bands touch, being separated by Pllh ':,,'t JINiS l ", ..,.. 39'
black bands It lucks in cool THESE VALUABLE S&H T.. I . . . . . VS
spots, usually under trash, : Kraft's Italian
stones or planks Rarely, a freak GREEN STAMP COUPONS "-0'.

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and black bands come between ....

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i : Star-Advocate Classified Ads REAL ESTATE TODAY'S

C4S-44 feet U.S. No 1 to River
Bcllweod Area. Excellent Motel -
, ...A. l alto at Intersection of old BEST BUYS
For RentAPARTMENTS GLAMOR GIRLS For Sale Mobil HODln ad new US No. 1. Over I
rI I
I CLASSIFIED AD acre of good high land. CaB

i dition. $25. 267.0560. CM-JOB feet US No. 1 to river
... HORIZON, 1962 M X 53 foot, cen All
: I p Da y Rd RIVER GARDEN Apartments JttitliMOd\ Area. S acres all
Publlo tlo. For W... Frt.U oalte Howard Johnson's, furnished ter kitchen, weaMnf machine with
t Jk-M. Vat :Tor Mom. Publlmtlo and unfurnished, 2 bed Help Waited .*tO x 127 foot fenooj tot. 10 xii/ MO fetch_, partially width andcleared for allardMve

room, air conditioned. Sydney Wit patio, mobile village. Oak waterfront subdlvlr
WANT AD RATH Schwartz, Realtor 1141 S. How- STAGE COACH, driven, cafe tsoo for ttuUf. TrsiUraqutty ..... Priced within market
I MnU Charge: kips Avenue. 2676100. help man to train .. trail and separately for $300. 267mi value.
Minimum $ae feed fTOpoJues, 2 carpenters, W $985.

AJRCONDITJONED, beautifully hoard auw' + painters, approximately I.88-INCOME 8 rental units
furnished, new one bedroom j t jo jne ana women GENERAL t bedroom 10 x SO. with modern 2 bedroom home.
ALL CU.llnSD IN ADVANCE ADSPATABLK mottoaneerrnPitrUetPiece $126: .'a jarie value and Pena ftale TcaUw Park Lot 43. 261 feet US No. 1 frontage

.....11\ 11:0..11.: .h.d AoooimU tourist. attraction. Florid Weaticrland. :,62 NATfQNAI* t be* high land, well shaded withbeautiful FOREST HILLS
loothl .
rooms. Apply 1410 DSxle frailer oaks. Near new 31))

;J lyrlnad D1.plar Rau. Avaeabl.on UNFURNISHED I room *part- I MEN AND WOMEN !\ged 11-45 to Park. 4: Hway. Total price 44500. NEW BEDROOM, 2 bath home
lueue.tti. went, aljrcondltloned. central train lot junaoert and ..sln 1.119-115 feet Business Front-' In exclusive Forest Mills. Prlewl .
/tar-Advooat. rwervW abeadviI.p 3J: x R TflAIl/rR with Tartem! AxleI
.. beat lovely kitchen, range and Act managers- in ftanttm No. 1. Corner lot at $11,950 with $850 down.
ot US
mlilnc or MfrigeretoT{ maintenanceprovided. : = I and\ Bydraulte dolly .-liedl, Mealfer ace on
oar dnrUMnu which. It d.a.mob.otlonabl..nd : grocery Apply IM I 250 feet Medallion bone feature
deep. This
trailer approximately: :
.... 33120 farm .er beaty 4utgr
to 0. .. the Adult couple only. cut Sere S CWWI St.. WUisvtlle. .
,jltMltlOktlo of air a4..nl.......' 267-4587. II'' :beet trailer. $260. Apply I *t $16,900. (Ca) W.llID Wall carpet
Cram (bat ClPd..... to conform to Racket Motel I mile Berth of<< ik) Edose4t Florida room
U. policy of tb.li ptptr.Tbo APARTMENT OB trailers. Weekly HE..... Mims. >>-MERRrrr ISLAND 20
i&r-A4voc I.to will act bMtpoMtblo I cres on county road, near (c) Central heat and air con
monthly I rates adults only.
for coon thin ODe Inaomot ,
South Gate to A good diUoning by GEd
iDMitloa nor will It bo 504 Garden. WE TRAIN YOU qulddy. eaeliy .
liable) (or any error In tdvrtlMmmU You start earning immediately. TRAILER SALES buy at $2200. per acre with Investors ( ) Electric kitchene
to a ir..Ur ..tit Ibis. GIRL WANTED to live Ja new A pleasaait, frlen activity! for terms, 25% down. ( ) Sidewalks and curbs.
U>. ooY of lb..pioi ooouplot prilo house In Titusville, share expenses established New md Used Mobile Kotnes
turn I. the 4v.rtlnmnt.BuihMM i you. NatioaaUy cosmetic A46-20 ACRES orange and lI
287-4261. cerapanjr. Write Anon 810 E.: Colonial Drive, grapefruit grove in Brevard 17S-Ranch. 10 acre ranch close
Manager. P. ROOM apartment, bath Buffalo Orlando
ofne.n Kate Atn.sDial CaUie, Florida or clllJ 264.2840alter 277-5371
,and some )lounalrove. Pricedat highway 2 bedroom house
AM teSMOfflot Road across from Childre Realty8670884 I ,
Xloiin I:W M fat A tn.OMENDA3LE ADDING MACHINE ROLL only $2500. per acre with negotiable approx. 30 citrus treea. Pricedat {
each terms.T59EXCELLENT. $18,950 with good terms. rIi
WOMAN to stay tit a Un 6Ur-Adv cateoffice.
2 BEDROOM furnished apartment OKWFN". ? ..I....1964.w..w, ho.rvd .
with children f day week.
small, trailer park

Special Notic ,..2110 Old Dixie. Call i 2676084. ..I-1 1COTTAOI "Of course, we want.VOU to t he happy TOO. 8:15 a,n>. to S f.m. 2874060.JALESHELP (Continue on Next Pee*) : in North/to accommodate Brevard Ares.100 Planned trail 182 20....Acreage acres high near rolling South land Lake.In c I

WHY SUFFER with the heat FOR RENT I wanted. $0 Minute ers. 13 acres prime land with fast moving area, part of F
Cleaners, Pirtle Plaja, under new highway frontage. Shown by which was a former orange
:Jttow Is the time to get UI Aluminum -
Hurricane Awnings. 26T-780I ONE BEDROOM, all furnished, For Rent For Sale management appointment grove. This valuable parcelis 3
screened porch and carporte.4i 4. located just outside of the
( Rock Pit Road at Tropic LADY NEEDED In appliance dV Jim H-tlT2t ACRES of good high city limits. Priced reasonable
Animals Street. ROOMS FOR RENT 30" RCA GAS range. in good con partment. Apply W. T, Grant land, 10 minutes drive from at $1500 per acre. 29% l
dition $35. 267 4267. Co: Plrtle Plaza. Caus way. Located just off down.
DACHSHUND PUPPIES! AKC, FURNISHED EFFICIENCY cot ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen prlvMegcs HollandINC. US Ho. 1. Can be divided into .
miniature. $40. 267-0293. tage alrconditloned, business TV and washer AM 7- STOVE even, MALI HELP WANTED IWO\ 10 acre tracts. Owner I' 191-40 acres In exceptionally
2S13 Morse ,
AV' Shady
couple 267-4167 340 N. Coquina, 2283 after 8pm.wiuTsTuRE new reduced price to $1000 an acre I fine location off Garden Street
BEAUTIFUL AKC registered Dachshund IRC paks. J. W. Webb. FIRST CLASS cabinet m.kere,1002 V. *. No. 1 2 Miles I for quick sale. Dial 267.7037 I near Fairglen subdivision. Excellent .
puppies for sale. Phone DUPLEX FOR RENT my home with relined i 1957 FORD station wagon, body Tropic Street, rear. North Of Mima At for appointment to see this. I site for large housing
2672437. white lady. zaT-0661 after good condition, 2000 miles or lesson Motel AM T408T JU96-LOCAL SERVICE comaaercial I project. Priced at a low $2000

HORSES BOARDED UNFURNISHED 2 BEDROOM du 5:80: p.m._ _ motor. 267-2876. MALE HELP WANTED area. 235 feet frontage per acre, 29% down, and balance I

Individual stalls, dally exercise plex. Call 267.7586.HOUSES ROOM FOR rent, 2 men, Rlvervlew BREVARD COUNTY MAPS, prepared FIRE DEPARTMENTVacancies NEW and USED on Magnolia Ave. all I over 5 years

correct feeding. FOR RENTS Restaurant. by State Road aa't'' cleared and ready for develop I 404-Over one full acre restricted
OAK HILL 345-3441 ---- ment. In two sections. : for Firemen Second MOBILE HOMES ment. Terms available.L95APARTMENT I homesite, has real country -
OW RATES, clean private
J rooms
:I BEDROOM, 1 bath. Florida >for work men. 20761M.CLEAN Star-Advocate office or mailed CIa I'. Experience unnecessary SITE atmosphere and is just
Buildin & Const. room fenced yard $95 month to any address In the US. for Inquire (13 Palm Ave. Sales And Rentals Highly residential area with minutes away from town.
AM 71693.UNFURNISHED. BOOMS, men9 $1.10 (per set). Mail remittanceto city water and sewerage 9 I Paved streets of course and L'j
NIDY CONSTRUCTION resident- weekly up. 18 working Ave., Star-Advocate, Drawer A. Ti- unit apartment plans and commitment excellent water, nice trees, Leal
Ills, commercial and remodeling 2 BEDROOM 267-0234. tusvllle. Fla. COLORED APPLIANCE man, out of $65,000 are included and good jtertile soil. An ideal j
tt-years in Titusville. Licensed house, $75, adults. Inquire 609 side work. Apply W, T GrantCo. SPECIAL to responsible I place to raise your children
and bonded. Phone AM 7-2326. Tropic Street.._ GUEST MOUSE, furnished, also HOSPITAL BED with innerspring ., Pirtle Plaza. W X 10 NEW 2-BEDROOM Call o. for details. party. and pets $2995 is the total
mattress Freshly painted. $60.
-- --- -- utilities week month
by or 1396000 once, $295 down and $40 monthly
Business Opportunity INDIAN RIVER HEIGHTS, furnished phone '87-4103. 2670381. Lost RESIDENTIAL: LOTS !'
S I bedroom, IVk, baths. $123 USED36 -
monthly. 2 TJ626!or 2675553. AIR CONDITIONED ROOM overlooking BACKUP LIGHTS for 61 or 62 Tem MIMS AREA. Male white English X 8 STEWART 1-BEDROOM R.47-TWO ADJOINING 105 x 552-Downtown U. S. No. 1 frontage
WHY NOT PLAN to open a Reducing ..: : Cape. On U. S. 1, Tele peat. New, never been used. Call 160 residential lots in IRC area
setter, Daytona Beach collar $1195.00 188 ft. on busy U. S. No.
Studio For complete infor 2 BEDROOMS, rporte.. uillltyroom. vision. 2674103. 887-6628 or 267-8583. 12900 each.R49NICE .
Reward 207-3341 287-1774. 1 Jn center of town. Priced
nation write State Distributor,, Will be available July 15th. or
4100 7th St. No. TV, TAKE payments, |C" \ residential lot on below market for quick sale.
St. up
Petersburg,, Furnished or unfurniahed. 387- PER PERSON week.
112 M per MALE BEAGLE of
Fla. : screen; console stereo, take up I vicinity Indian 10% Down Local Bank County Road with 110 feet of $20,600 with 25% down, balance
2356. Rocket Motel Mims. Phone 267- River City. "IKE", 267-5304. frontage. Ready to build on over 5 .
payments W T. Grant Co., Pirtle Financing years.5098Industrial
Camping Hunting FURNISHED HOUSE, accommo I 3097 Plaza..: I KITTEN: APPROXIMATELY 3 WE TRADE ANYTHINQ far 11200;! total price. tract for lease 1 1i 1I

dittO gfntiemen, including utilities SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies } Sports' I months old, solid black, reward. R- -LDT SOUTH of Power 12* acres with approx. 700 ft. I
TAKE YOUR vacation in a Florida monthly. Indian River City, for rent 101 Orange St. 2BI- 1961 HARLEY DAVIDSON 267-3661 Plat Nice high land, 75 x 150 i RR frontage just north of city
camper. Make reervationenow., 18'1-"-11. 3400 ter CH good running condltkiB. tie tor $5500. limits. This desirable prop-
Call Double J. Campers, 267-1584,: Take up payments. 2673548. erty is available under long
completely WAREHOUSE FOR RENT I IUJ-TWO BEAUTIFUL adjoin- term lease' with very good
Child CareIN ELECTRIC SHAVER aervlce: to 1m homesites 92 x 100 each. terms. I IVp'
V* black from beacb. Weekly, NEW APPROXIMATELY 1800 M. all makes lay Bee Jewelers, BE SAFE! Road frontage giving accessto
-' --'hour monthly or long term, by owner. ft. with air I conditioned paneled Indian River Plaza QWJESS the Indian River, $3900 ea. I 57-Exceptional business property I
MY home, by or 2675664. office I 1126 monthly on years"lease. with &erml.R.I3..sJX located on U. S. No. 1 I
weekly basis. 2674709. Call 267.3B68 or 2674S1T. NATIONAL CASK register, till- just north of Mints. Corner
EXPERIENCED CHILD" care;: le WHISPERING OAKS :3 I bedroom, electric cash register, $160; BE SURE! LOTS on Aurantia property hat 362 ft. on U. S.
SMALL OFFICES and are. Road. One lot and five
2 bath, twunming pool $155 per 2 tables and counters mannequins, comer No. 1, 281 ft. on irwin Avenue
my home, day or week. 267-8777. month. Call J. W, Childre Realty houses for rent. 200 square feet, racks. Barr Wholesale, 118 W. W. (HIIDREALT 8o x 125 inside lots. Quick sale and 362 ft. on Old Dixie High

For Rent 267.2541. aircondlUoned ft. warehouse office space.plus$125 600 monthly sq. Central Ave, Orlando. Deal OnlyWith price, $695 eacb.nOMES way. Modern building has ap

I BEDROOM, CARPORTE, utility earn J. W. Childre Real SHOW CASES, back cases, photographic .. *) er1eR FOR SALE prox. 3000 sq ft. Suitable for
such motel
FOR RENT: room stove and refrigerator. ty, 267.5563.WAREIIOUSE.. cameras and equipmentat A HI5-FULLY FURNISHED 3 many uses fraternal as club restaurant
'. Convenient to Cipe. 267.5733 or cost. Missile movies and bedroom, 2 bath CBS home house
Floor Sander, Pollshor IIIHO,6. 433 Highland Terrace. i suitable for shop, slides. 2673766. t with Florida Room. Located roadside attraction, etc. Attractively
-- .- -- -" garage or storage. In center of priced for use.
Phone AM: T-3253 REALTORLook close to all conveniences but
OFFICES FOR RiNf I town. See II. U. Hudson at Star- PRACTICE PIANOS 8. still in quiet Total
area. attractive
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET -_ Advocate good playing condition, prices start I 761-Shopping center. Very
Baldwin Shopping Center 2 NEW OFFICES, reverse cycle at $08 for this price $13.450.H.I1ICOUNTRY. I shopping center containing
airoondltlonlng, panelled walls WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER con KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC HOME for I 11 stores showing high
APARTMENTS FOR RENT and tiled bath room. Water' struction. Any size up to 30,000 2128 W. Tropic, 267-6388 symbol for your I large family 3 bedrooms I return with room tdrwrtgi: :
and floor janitorial service furnished square feet, lease 2670564. Industrial protection It slg.nifies 2 full baths with Florida Room sion. Ideally
Lot 68 100 In Well
Trailer x City,
2 BEDROOM, unfurnished, quiet smallfenced commercial MOTOROLA PORTABLE stereo, : feet on City's main East-West
plenty parking space, : or apace Integrity and tank in $2,700 Cash.. and many other extras. Lot j
location airconditlonlng stove yard available I with rental:: available. slightly used, diamond needle, and high professional septic U 90 x 202 with no city taxes. arterial highway. Excellent
and refrigerator. $110 monthly, See to appreciate. 267-3661.: value $95, only $40. After 9 p.m. standing. Deal only 195' U. S. No. 1 Frontage. ZonedB Price of 16500. makes this investment Income now plus
no lease. 267-4127. For Sale bonus of increased income
ROOMS FOR RENT phone 267.9184.FURNITURE with a Realtor Only a 1 $26 per front foot. I a good buy. Call today for an tential. po
TWO BEDROOM furnished, air. appointment.
P'RiVATEENTRANCE. DISCOUNT SALES, Realtor displays this seal. 184' x 202' U. S. No. 1 Frontage. I
conditioned .$140 monthly, plus private I 6 YEAR OLD mare, 4 months in clearance sale on all merchandise Zoned BA Automotive. H16l4)OLL HOUSE Total 766-Popular Titusville nite club
Utilities. 267 6317, 267-2866. bath, $10 weekly, furnished, foal, black, spirited but I on floor. Hurry while it Bryan-Conway & price 12500. Pretty 2 bedroom located on river for lease.Liquor .
UNFURNISHED apartment, 2 bed phone 2672090. alder. equipment Included, test lasts. 2111 Garden St., Nldy Winstead, Inc 163' U. S. No. 1 frontage riparian home In Indian River license, Including package
room. Air conditioned. $110,00 ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN, with I offer. Also welding machine. Shopping Center, 267-1733 or 267- George M. Barley Jr., rights will sell, lease or build to Heights completely furnished cocktail lounge and dining .
I Confidential Information
267 2683. 1926. suit from refrigerator to lawnmow. room.
monthly. 267-8997. kitchen privileges. Call 267- T5t1.
Inc. er. All yen need to move in Is on this exclusive list
Campbell Associates, WHITE ACRES New 8 bedroom your clothes. Shown by appointment InS available to qualified buy
Inc. 14 bath FHA, Sewers, city water only.H.11$4MMEDIATE. er.IKOModel.

WILL TRADE BRAND NEW BRICK HOME I J, W Childre, Realtor 400,, $450 central down beat, $108 sidewalks monthly, $14-payment OCCUPANCY home. Attractively

Danenburg's Beach Including principal, interest in this 3 bedroom 2 furnished 3 bedroom, 2 bath
FOR DESIRABLE FLORIDA PROPERTY READY FOR OCCUPANCY RealtyDuffy's taxes and icsuraoce. bath horn situated on 85 x central beat and central air
Real Estate 240 lot vita 30 bearing orange conditioned home. Attractive-
MOTEL BEACON 42 12 units, c.b.s. pre-stressed WHITE ACRES -New 4 bedroom, treea. TNs beauty has an corner lot. House Is $14,000,
.'. concrete roof, terrazzo tile floors, easily converted Edwards Realty 2 bath, FHA, large living room, all.electric kitchen, breakfast $450 down with FHA terms.
to apartments completely furnished. Can be, and $15,600 Ed Kittles Agency double carporte central beat bar, den, double carport. No Furnishings are available at
have price to move within 23 mile area. Motel Harris Realty Inc. ducted for air conditioning.i gig,: city taxes. Total price $14,500. wholesale cost with suitable
"w. L. B. Newman 700, $700 down, $125 monthly pay. 169-.THREE BEDROOM IV,* terms to qualified buyer,
priced at $10,000.00.Or
I Florida Room 3 Bedrooms ment including principal, inter-
Donn Searle Realtors bath home near St. Tereaa'Ischool 8C5 R educed Transferred
( will trade for Desirable Florida Property) eat, taxes and insurance. -
and church. 13500. lethe
Sydney Schwartz Corp. of Engineers: executive
:. ALSO 2 Fully Tiled Baths With Vanities W. J. Smith J. W. Chlldre Really total price with $450 down. has refinanced and reducedthe
2673563 H104-SPACIOUS WATERFRONT price of his home from

'National Cash 200 Electric Cash Register . $300.00 Double Carporte Kitchen Pantry home 5 bedrooms and $21,000 to 19500. FHA terms.
landscaped Down payment is just $900.
rational Cash Manual Adder . . . . $50.00 PHONE "North Brtvard' Oldest Real Estate 2 baths.property This beautifully has 115 feet Lovely home has 3 bedrooms,

: on Indian River in city lim 2 bath, large patio, fenced in

,sALL MAY BE SEENat 2672039DAY & Ul Service"I H156-HOME its. $35,000. WITH with terms.TWO adjoining and yard,many fireplace other, features shade trees too

numerous to mention. Largelot
This CBS
Beacon 42 1 miles North of Haulover Canal, by OR NIGHT I home Ms vacant I bedrooms lots. and IV,* In the finest of locations

appointment phone New Smyrna Beach 427-7111 401 lolls felophonoAM baths, modern construction. TRAILER LOT Large lot In
anytime. Compare this price of 14900. north Mimi include trailer
TODAY Wesheyla. idea (or the house and extra lots and cabana, deep well, air
BrokerRt. SEE OAKWOOD and you'll see it's a buy.Vult conditioner and felk" $6000
Sara L.
Raynal .
1. NEWCOMERS Take advantage of our "Tour of ui at our new locationon with terms.RENTAL
US No. 1 and Harrison St.
No. 2, New Smyrna Beach, Florida MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing the Town". Our experienced, courteous, sales staff in TituavitU We have parkingand bedroom near Furnished Indian house River, one in

.M will be glad to show :you Titusville and what i has friend.welcome all our old and new Bellwood. $100 per month.

: to offer in housing.

e Kids Walk to School! 2. THREE bedrooms, 2 bathi. In top community -

LARGE: 73 s 110' LARGE: POOL adjacent to schools. Freshly decorated. $14,000 with i

only $450 down payment. $80.50 per month plus
taxes and insurance

lt : WATER : etc
Moms Loye the Kitchens! 3. FOR SALE. Trailer lot. Close in, 100 ft. deep.


$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY 4. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. Four bedrooms 2 I
Dads Relax in Comfort! baths, 2 car garage. Family room, central air conditioning ARROW i

TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on optional. Only $20,000,

i U.S.1 to Mlmi. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more REALTY 1514 South Washington

----HUNTER mile to our entrance on right For free Information & W JJnc. AM 7-3858
caJl 261p 58a. "Ja".Conwa'l dlteadr 2700 S. Washington Ave
HOMES'PRIcm FROM 'I'i tusville, Fla. Where buyer and seller expect

; PARK $11.200 FHA DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! REALTORS: INSURORS AM 7-7037 and let better and aster service

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Mobile Homes IIJlICIII. .
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brand> new take over payments \ 1I.ssinor., Buffalo 8. Now York ANNA/ MAli GORDON HEED: ,.
la horabv alien that I.
B-W within city limits Titus- BEDROOM BY OWNER 3 bedroom den, II Call 267-1395. 1)o'eol..nt LK1OII tf. W1UION Sheriff of lira- Who. vlaco of ...hl.itco IsiTOU ,
home airconditloned.
t TRAIlKftS FOR SAL! vllle. Contact Lea Richards W71C83 bath low down payment 107 I TOlTou. yard. County, Florida" under and by O .OTlnJ.'h :
or P. O. Box 1596 Tltusville.ACfttAOl family room garage, South Circle 267-0683. HEAVY DUTY trailer hauler A-I "YY BKTTT JACKSON sri bern- I vlrtua of a writ emcuilon( hrro.loforo AKH f6CRn
-t--' JULY SPECIAl!tl Drive forest Hills, $18,800.> Petty Circle condition, $371. Also a rig of natlflrd bat A mil at COMPLAINT mound out of lboobueon50504 thnt a .worn uomplalat baa Isn'al t
.. Ihn 3 Uli Rind a iim( too I* ik". Onupttfourt
for invorca haa be n flied I eourl on < slav of
151 5S X bed- FOR SAL! $1100 down, $101 monthly P. and acetylene tank. 2G7-6J72. Judtolal at.Klnrlila .
SKYLINE 10, 3 TREES? ,. oxygen_ aaalnat. you, and you ara nqulrrdI I May, III<<. III the nboyp ttylitd cauaa. Mntk Circuit
!I rorv* a c.. In aol for Bravard Countr
deluxe stove and hood 14199 VJsil Hopkins 2673267.FURNISHED. IN FLORIDA you say' W* have LET ME sell your car or boat. In th* Kill of Coiniilnlnt I toIk ",,'ilsnl pnipertv .bnlmr In llnvardCounty In fhiuwprv, tlu sbhrenaOnd (lila.
KM ACRE cattle reochin ieh lots with Auto ItalaUtra Mtornry O, M. Pitta\ Fliirldit. l<>.wit: nf whlih (In 'urln ttmtt Miahul,
,1&4 SKYLINE, 46 X 10, 1 bedroom County half in Improved pasture HOME 9 homes on ptneaand Browning Sales. 267-1520. P. O. Box MM, Vatclllla liaach ml Cadlllna n>ii|1". in No. Kmd, Plaintiff va. Anaa Man Oem,
( tremendous Urge bed fenced. Abundance of wild oaks, U you are looking for OLDSMOBiLE Fvnaimie: Florida, and file she original anawrr BluorSTTI don Ro.d. ln-fomUnl". wkcrHa iho
twin bed. modern dofW and MIMS Large 6 rooms, I bathrooms a home not Just aa ordinary IW3 factory or plMdlnsr' In silo ntftn* of Ih.CI..II lola Florid. '.I..n... 1UW.17047ar : rellnf loujht |Ia a Dar_ of pluorq.
,-oom. game. A man'a paradise and a 40'x40') cement block house, but a horn plan. for your air low mileage will acceptS of I lha Circuit Court on or I b... the .praprrty of the ahov 1 nameddrfrnd.n5. Thou proannla am to oa.M and 96n.
$3495 good Investment at $200 per acre, home; lot 96x160'; nicely furnished enjoyment call today S and trade for our equity. 2677870.S9 toro tha Und day of July 1M4 and lhal :va lhi Eire) day awn 11111.> or you dvlVnwa U rile, your If any written,a A the.-.
term T W. Mere Broker, If you fall lo do 10, JiidRinont, by of July. 11164. bciwen tha leaalnuuia
1357. MAGNOLIA, 46 X 8,2 bedroom Sanford 222-2481 for appointment ; price reduced to $12,490 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, central THUNDERBIRDTfowfr;:: aii-1 : dafanH will. b* saisra anulnut you of Cal. nanirlv rli'\t-n O'oiu,4Ia 0r.1:1 lterrf 01.4:: IROn hecela,ills:5.4 1-Isietlft'1*' .rva 2:
: with a/c to bonaflde Cape worker. Tin- heat ready for air. From $98 to for th* relict donmnilvil (In aaldCnmplalnt. Ibo forenoon niul ,tw.. oVIuck attorney
tow Lenore Ave. Tltusville $110 monthly Including every conditioned sharp $1500. Bill In Iho afl.rn.o. ."n Mid day at \ .lIah.lt: ::
1957 TRAVEL, Trailer, land cruis- COMMERCIAL BUILDING ,. I' O. (Sun 171ft.
Wagner :367-2D35. II''ronl Dooi of
tin '
phone 267-1481. thing. FHA-low down. VA.... rb(. notIon aaall ba puhllsheliWO llr.vardCounlV on nr hrr.I h. ITilh day. of July,
Court ,
Lf!MARTIN'S! MOBILE ." fIN GARAGE with attached room. NEW SMYRNA BEACHNew down: Immediate occupancy.COLONIAL JWW VW call 7OR61: after aS:; Serbs inch' In th wH. Tltuavlll for four.* conaacmlv Miar-Advo.. lo Florid lha:I ,(blKhfiit I will:: 'off.l.hl.ln llmm,r 1.',.,:,"for cola!Tltuavtlla.I and.' ,,,,|| Pro 1'HH.( .Ciinfmao Hnrrln, will fall ba nut imt or,rd a aiainil Ovroo;. :
Excellent for ahop. You take HEIGHTS i-a h In for She relIct" -
HOMES SALES whole .building. only $50. 419 4 BR t bath home oa big CROWN BUILDERS _pm.__ _____ raIn Tltuarllla end. 0.,....florida.Dona ....... In. TlluavMla. aa hand tha the proneity shove' of,I"Oi aid,ilhcd, ilxfondant"properly' to, cans you will' "'it'.IR1"a nqunMml part and, \ttto'*: '
12X4 N. U. S. 1 JW7-9184. wooded lot near beach; $1200 :3S7-8C21. Itravard County Florida, thIn luili amlafy I aald I cxpMiiin, : : CI'ltTIM ""J
alain Street I Wanted To ; Huld urouerty > '
north of overpass down, $121 per month. Buy I day nf Joan iWll.. will n.. mid .111,4,.,* to all prior. Clnrh fly V.of a..I lbs Circuit Caurt'7'. "
Tltusvllle 2S7-W81 HOUSES FOR SALI Swimming pool enclosed patio MOVE IN TODAY air condition Curtla R. Barnca Clark raoordml, liana. Dopuir Pi..noier Chris '
S bedrooms, 2 baths, near beach. .4, bedroom, I bat homo In USED AUTOMOBILES. City Auto nf. Circuit. Court I.KUJII: a WII.HOV.! Mhrrlff noRnoN FltIS0)S7RICZAtl"rney V2 '

MOBILE! HOME OWNERS!: BEDROOM HOME, Tangelo St., and school; $1,0110 down; $110 Forest Illlla. Fireplace, acrcened Parta. AM T38D6.Work by V. I SIsennIneIlupoly Clrk' nmvard Kllnaholli Coiinlv, M, Florida.ily Connor''' f.rr' I'UiniifJ' I .**- ''
down $89 monthly. per month. porch, dishwasher disposal I. double (Court Seal) P. o. UD. 17B THaarard
$18,750: $MO Dtputv Hhcrlff Florida ** '
LIVE RENTFREE Zeke Evans Construction 2502hopkins MARGARET S. KLIKNA garage EllA terms W7TCI WantedWANT Juna U, 210, July (. 13 (Mon.) 1M4. June 33 (II, July 0, 13 Mon( ) !!IfI.. does iia W, July a, 19 (MoB. IMI.:" *

867.3267.iEDROOM Sales REALTOR and Rentals W"RK any kind.;; Call ;after;

( I bath new. low 419 Flagler Ave., Beachslde LOTS FOR SAL S p.m. 267-13G3. i
tfowa MyaenL Mwat aection laTituavUl Club & Lodge Notices I
*. Tor.tuuhi.! 267-3564 EDGEWATER. TWO bedroom, TWO LOTS M K m In Srottsmoor, TalK -
$20 down payment end 120 a masonry home. Florida IN' ('IHfllT (01 HT OK 1IIKMMH
month will buy full room. with footers and some blocks laid. JIIIKItl. <'IKlir. IN ,
acre mobile I horn your lot at own beautiful WE HAVE aeveral new, 3 bedroom quiet neighborhood.: S9SOO:, $860 Located 1 blurts( west of Rout 1. AMI roe HUM'.%MI ( UlNTI,
3 bath homes with immediate down. Park Avenue Realty. 101 267-3548. p i ,jjii tsIup.sI .
Lake Loulie Estates. occupancy $450 down $91 monthly E. Park Avenue Edgewater $: \ va.MITH TITUSVILLB GARDIN CLUB
Become your own landlord. everything. Call 428-6453. ( K OF HI ITKHIRLKY

Don't tear up rent receipts each Wessner pays Realty 2677125. Real Estate Wanted LARffON Plaintiff MEETS THURSDAY Oonrrtl metlln all vlrrln IndMoniUr North Brovard County .....
month. Many families now reside I BEDROOM I bath central heat Va. i: 12:15 P. M. of Ort. Nov. J'a March .
in our beautiful trailer community S BEDROOM 1H Bath, $300 down, and aircondilioning. AM '-'120. 'WII.MAM p. LaRSON, : May. 'fini. and pluu, \lo ,, :
I visit l ua aid eec for $95 monthly. Call Wessner Real EXPERIENCED Brevard Apartment IVfnndant.TUi Whispering Hllli Country" Club oil.ouch. mnitth KxMtuilv, IIualoot( TumnUy Indian River Chapie No. 9
a'. LARKUN October thru
yourself the finest aelf-owned i ty. 2677125. I BEDROOM, 1"bath, Indian River 110-11 North WntarnAmarlllo. Dick SIraonet Prea. May ROYAL ARCH MASONS

mobile home park. !Heights. 2674553. ._ builder (references) will Ttxaa H. T. Walker Sec', Mr*. I.:...ARIfoU.= rwnlilrnt Clifford Voder HlflH. PrIest. '
LAKE LOUISE ESTATESon S 8EfROOKt.I bath, by owner YOU ARK tiklKERT ?NOTIFIEDIK Gill Williams, Secretary" .
East Orlando Estates Road I' Whispering UUIa area. Phone 267- NOW IS THE TIME pay top dollar for apartment or a IUI for illvnro( haa bwn SORORITY Moots 3rd Wednesday 7iM P.. M.at .-

Bithlo Florida Rt. 50 I 4572. TO SEE the delightfully differentnew business toned lots or acreage, Court flirt; ) auRlimt of $lha !you, h:1: Circuit Clruull.( Titusrille Chap. No. 6 BBTA SIGMA PHI Masonic Temple, TlruivlHf-: ,
Phone 277-5282 homes in Colonial Helghta. In anil for Wri-vard Oounly Flnrlila, Molina l>t and 3rd

or I MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into I, 1, $ and 4 bedrooms all with S TitusvUle area, for builders term. anllllnl I MHIKLHY LARSoN. O.E.S.BERTHA ; Thursday 7:30: P.M. HIRAM COUNCIL No. 13"
I or 4 bedroom homes, brand new baths. Designed for the modem 1'lMlnllff, Va. WILLIAM K. LAINCON. i XI IH'IT" Mil ,,'
R. R. No. 1, Box 364 I In area of much higher priced family and their many needs by or take your land in trade till MOTI.. You l> r a.ailail. haraby. .Chanoary required. No.toarrva DEMOND Jf. I 1)0-la,....1..1 I.roiwyiop. R.&S.M.

5 Miles N. Of Cocoa hornet. Small down payment and an architect apecialiting I in this a copy of your Aii.wor or Worthy Matron 0(57.6(04 R. V. Bakaa

Cocoa 616-3790 i only $8S monthly total paymentVA field. From $98 to $110 a month new proven income property in othur wrltion thud haraln ilrfunaea. la Jl'HTICB tee' Complaint Mc,. Mary Allot Hlltl*. hel'". TJlItT ('lInt( Thrice Illustrious Master

Directions Route 50 1 mile no down payment.weat BRENT-Garden everything Included Immediate Brevard County, in exchange Mi-rARKY, ASS urnoyp upon for Plaintiff M..'U lot and Ir4 Tuandayi I ;.M. ( MM.,1'1"0".."t1 1'.n.lIl. Gill Williams RoconferMoota 'v
past Bithlo Cutoff WOOD ESTATES. on occupancy little or nothing I', U. Uo (64S( Cocoa: llcanh, \
St., AM 7-7142 or 633-5655. down. Call t today 'for directions. DUBOV DEVELOPMENTCORP. Klorldu, sod la flla: tha orlalnalthfiivof : 505(5' lift l"'ld 2nd Wodnos4ay at 7M: PJ*.
I In the eftI,,. of lha Clerkof Masonic Temple" Cocoa ...
OolIIa Ilna.I'rno
BY BUILDER. 4 bedroom central COLONIAL HEIGHTS 5%. Circuit Court of llntvor8Cotinly Indian
Moving Storage wall-to-wall carpet, CROWN BUILDERS Tltuavlll. Florlila, on or AM 1-KIW BREVARD COMMANDEHY
air oil heat 267-8621 1101 Seminole Drive hrfura (h. ZJnil day of July, AlA + rni HKTA MP
Ledg *
many extras. Large corner lot, JIIU. No. 0 No. 24 K. T.
Oat Null.rani'raiIcn
LOCAL AND LONG distance mortn. Whispering Hills Road to Green HKHEty I-AIL NOT or a !Rur.s P. A A. M. ( Donor .
Harbor Beach
Indian Lacy Bmlnont CommonaTi.
Moving atorage packing Make the LAKEFRONT KSTA1CS baa the Pro Conrnaan will ba anmriHl aaalnat '''-'*'| .
shipping, cold fur atorage era wood, 2 blocks north. Inc. 267 homes with advantage you'll Floridaor you for th* rallof prayad fur In Meets 2nd A 4th Thursdays, 7JOt Gill Williams, RooonlorMoots
with Masonry
terms ,
ing. Free MUmatea. %7lMI.Brevard like. I bedroomS IVi baths at MM rnmplalnt. aUannlP' Temple 4th Wednesday.. 7tJ "Mot,
lIONS' ANt> ORDRRKD It TltUl.vlll "
Ridgeway Mayflower. $49*. $11,600. $500 down $7i.M monthly Call Eau Collie >, riorlda, this IHth day of .Suns, Masonic Tempi District No. :It Masonic Temple, Cocoa 'J

4 BEDROOM I Including P and I., 24 year mort 262-5553 A.I), IIW4 J.m.. )II atowart. Muter.
LEGAL PADS ISe .B.BOhOrJ: CUHTIH' R. nARNRff: 'Florida Norm Asan.SkJ PILOT CLUB ..
Big Supply Whispering Hills. gage. Large lots. Just south of Cli>rk. of tha Circuit Court rD.I..va.d W. Trunk Dardan. iscs'y" ]
'!each at Star-Advocate Office monthly payments $117. 267-6943. Whispering Hills Country dub County Florida, \ Moots First Tuos. Mrs. Batty Jones, Pies :. .
(Route 405)). George B. Barley, Rides WantedGIRL asp V. a. Upanalnr Meeting/ lot and 3rd Wednesday
Inc.. Tltuavllle. 267jg2._ (Oot'RT IIICA DtBiity,1.1 Cluck Junior ChamberOf VI"II oath month I p.M 11:110: ) Blvorvlew Restaurant \.

Forest HillsArt "';'; -with WANTS ride to and from Jo,. 11, M, July a, 13 Mon) JM4.IN I CommercePaul At.Writ. "'.''..al nvln,.. and. Los Executive Board -;; Monday 1 'r':
8, and 4 BEDROOM homes Cocoa daily. Call 2677118. ...Iden& Doroiay romltr, R.N.acnlary _Before lit Wednesday

and without air conditioning. Zeke THH dRIll' Sill(bury, P,... Dnrli MIMnnr,, R.N. '
air conditioned 3 bedroom 2 bath beauty. Enclosed Evans Construction Co. 2503 So. Sale or Trade Jl'DIUAl I, CIRCUIT OK RhlJ lnl Stanley Iwlitg, Stc'y. I'hono AM T-M7II TITUSVILLI .

,, Garage, Fireplace, Dishwasher and Disposal. One of the Hopkins 2673267. COUNTY IN AND IN CHANCKKY.2M1TS VON HIIEVAHI. : ) Lawrlt Rogers, Se 'y PUBLIC LIBRARY _.

finest custom houses in this exclusive section. FHA 3 BEDROOM. 2 Full baths $IUOO.I EQUITY IN 3 bedroom home tot Cltliena Bank Building CZECHOSLOVAK'AMERICAN 1421 Draa Road *'

:Terms. double I carporte, Florida aircondiuoneJon Room t house trailer. 267-5617. CITY oHiirn or TITl'HVILI.K TO anon sties a municipality .. Meets Every Thursday '7:30: P. M. CLUB HOURS: ;,

deep well, central In th* County of Hravaril Of Tltusvllle
161 x 118 landscaped corner State of Florida, TITUSVILLE POST NO. 1AMERICAN Mon. thru Fri. S a m. n l.M: p...

Whispering Hills Pool Home lot in Whispering Lakes. NearIndian ServicesDRESSMAKING Pulltlonrr, 511 Granule Ave. Saturday 9 a.m. 8:30: p...

River Shopping Center.By h/ATR OP FI.oninA. and (lha Regular mvnllnai Snd Wrilnamlay, or
. Tltusvllle
I Air 3 Bedrooms owner. Call 2676394 after ORIGINAL styling S aspayer., P.OI..tv 5)556a and 0 each mnnlh, Hall nai, .h Lodge No. 1962 .,.,
Condition very large Unique Living icill. niwn Tuimluy
experUy fitted, alteration formen'a .nl of lha ('Ihl of Tltuavll*, 'aJr10-e' Loyal Order OfMOOSE >
4:30: p.m. weekdays. LEGION 'l'hereday aal' Iatlrdny evonln41. atC
I rpom-patio arrangement.. You may have immediate and wom.'. garments Including pranerty, or non-rwtlilonta aubjoit to ta ownlno.atlonIliaraln ; p.m. p "
of this home in location for only BY OWNER bedroom 2 bath Llllien Hudson 2673131.FREEIII. I I ,
possession luxury a top Marry T..trl"k, Com .. lavka nohm *
800.00 down. home central heat, air condition- Rtunnnilanta.' nnhi'rt Comparatn. AdjutantMaata .e Moots Tuesday ,.M.
log not far from schools aad THHOI'dH THB1 BTATK OP : ATTOH- In and Irt Tuaaday VBTIRANS OP WOR'L WAR 1 Mllo North of Minis on U. 1. T\
LegIon Hill a
shopping AM 7-124. Sits: FOR Tills. NINTH JI'DICIAI, -- pm. Jim Maltble Governor '
All Brick Only $15,950Large L.P. BOTTLED GA$ CIHCl'IT OP iAII MTATR.: THK( ) IAItUCKllI" Ralph Brokow, Soa'yMoots
INSTALLATION! HKVKRAL: PHOrKRTV OWNKR: Woman's Club of I ( Meets first Wednesday -J.I' .

3 Bedrooms plus Florida Room built-ins, double S WANTEDHOME Suburban Propane THIS FLORIDA CITY. INCM'DINU OK TITI'VIM.K.' NON. Titusville Inc. it.-i'i; Legion each' month Hall ,with American Covered Jrd Wodnaaalaof

carporte, built on a small court where only brick homes REPAIRS MKHIOKNTR OWNINU PROP. 'ttdc9' JH.ih"Luncheon, 1 pm each month \I IIi. )
2019>> U. S. I N. WT-Mll sissY OH m'BJKCT: TO TAXATION Meets! lit Monday of Each Month 1,. E j
are allowed. Brand spanking new and you can move in THKHKIN, AND All Pepper Comdr i I ,. M.

foday! INTERIOR EXTERIOR ANY OTHER RIGHT HAVINO( TITI.H OR OR CLAIMING INTKH- October thru May _______ Turn! _Watson. Qm. \Ii. I Oct. through May t '

: Room Additions FURNITURE TOUCH-UP and refinishing SCOT: IN PHOPKRTY TO HB AK.KKOTKn Mrt. J. J. Conde., Prca TITUSVILLE LIONS CLUfl" LaVerne Hardtn ,
also antique work nr THK IHHCANCK HY [
Doll HouseNear Carporte guaranteed service. 2C7-S7U. TRIO CITY OK TITtlHVIM.K.: Pros.-ph. AM ;-MM;,
Concrete Walks PI.ORIDA. OP BONDU HKHKINAPTKH PYTHIAN 7:00: p.m. Thursdays attar I p.m.

Imperial Towers. One of the .cutest 2 bedroom Drives PAINTING expert. rellabU and : : MOKR: OR TO PAHTICI'I.AIII.YDKKtHIBKO HB ArKKCT-' i SISTERS Flotilla Restaurant ---- ;
aatlafylng work. EatlnsUa: glad IIN: ANY WAY TIIKRKHYt: I South Lake North Br.vardR.habfluiation

homes you will ever see. Complete wood paneling All Work Guaranteed I Jy. AM '7-0776. You aid aack of you are hrabyraqulrad TUuavllla TempI. U If. G. Bcnienhafer Cantor
I a.ppu.ron lha Sth day of
throughout the entire house. Large Closets separate Very Dependable! Auaual lihIHIJI"t\ IM o'clock PMbrfora Mrata lot A otis TUM. President No Williams Ave.Arthur ..
Used Cars & Trucks Court of HravarilCounty of aaoh month at Sp. .
Florida Room and refrigerator included and a
Dunn AirportMo
range rlo.ld..1 th* llrannh J, W. Rrrugei, Jr., Sec'yNorth .100
fireplace too. All this for only $400 down! 267-258 or 267-7938 -1937 BUICK-, Indoor, hardtop-,--Hand : CourthoUM Ida and how In aou IIOCKLKIM1B.. why lha:,prayer rinr- Mri.Mr.Qouclai I. U,' MUwart mtok,,Haul M H'r:4u.. t. 2nd PUBLIC Tburl.-.ry.oatII INVITBO

H, A-l condition. $473. 267. of th. pirtltloa filed In Ih* abovaantlllnd Evelyn...Freeman, J'lanlJJt. ..
Lee ParIahs.
procaiMllna- ahoulil not baarant Br..rdHoraemaD'1 Pros.i W.
Commercial' Frontage 1489. .d and lha .baaitu thxraln. diialalna KIWANIS CLUB ...'y.1 Mrs. Martha ,Pauft .
Club ...
uribed aid ha preensdin. .ulho. .1TLT
; 1960 4 DOOR Chevrolet ,Brook the 'laauanoa Uicraof vallilal, Moots Steort.1 Phone AM 73041TITUSVILLI
Meets Monday lach
450 feet for only $30 per foot, Located on a main wood station wagon power and oonflrmatf, ..ld hondo ..nn.lll.In. Tueulayi Month
7iOO p, M.
of Pour Million On. Hun.l... IMO p.m.WHISPMINO :
steering, brake., $973./
to An excellent power
beginning develop.
throughfare just
opportunity SI hly-lvo Thou.anrt Dnllara i54106,000.oos .-
for the small but astute investor Sapper Corporation ell be seen : SouR: Tuxu a N.vnsuo1Jada HILLS G Lawrence Parker Pr...
at Indian RIver Fur Service doted May 1. laud, maturlni COUNTRY CLUB Phone AM 7-44M r ;
la Ih* yaara ISIS Ihrounh 111II4. 'In-
._"Station.--- ---- oIu...., .boarlna 'InUmat at not ..0.roding IJoyla j Prtaldant: rrlnlMO Chris Parker ...', .
$100 foot on Hopkins StreetJust ; taa liaal ..IAt. pavahlaO
per nnasl'aaauolly, a m"r. parlirolnsdrnrlption -_ Tom Oru, ffanratarf' LtTTLai

south of Schmidt Rambler An excellent location In of the,P56tlon ald. bond fond, In b.lnicontain.4 (hoprnnrndisg B. P. 0. E. ELKS LODGE7N North Brovard fibrin Club THIATRI_ INC.,, j
laO Tue. of
3rd Thursday 7lJO Mo. 1:00 p. "'. _
for small offices or stores. DONIII aad ORPERltO .1 TIVIII. ,...- 2111 p.m. Mill thalM. Hid*. Wf Mr***) J..*.
George .. Oleovard ('ou.I" Moot
r'o.I"' 'hi.Ih. At
I diV July 1064. M.... Monday Nlghfa1M ,,,,," u.r.. :
Annual Income ./ We:. :Akrlitx S. Waahlngten' Av V BLKS CLUB '
$5,450 Judaja af Ik* Circuit Court 8 Rite
if 0,. Ninth I Judicial; I Clrniiltof 'clack Chaa. Holler, P,... '
always riorlda.' In and for llrovard Walter J. Macke, I. R. I''I'' ". O. leE 802
air conditioned Prank Darken
4 beautiful nearly new apartments Inc. :'. Rusult Batchelder See.TltuiYlll Sec'yPh. C. Brown Pre,
fully rented with "top drawer"' tenants. This July 13"ii? T, Aug. I (Mont' 1M4TATK ( AM 701UVBTERANS W. ,,...,. Soo, '
building will show a much better than average( returnon Toastmastors' -- MMta lad Ta... lie .....,
1M 'mIJ1CTY IJOIC'II ('oVitT, OP Maaaala Taaiate ,' I
your investment. The only one like it in Titusville. "REVAR) COUNTY Y1.ORIDA Meet Wednesdays 1'.
Silo N... -_
or MAROARETB M 4:45: P.M. M..I... a4 a Mil. Tttuivlll Chapter
COLKMAN, ala knownMAKOUHKTB ao rhMMia*, o rn, aaah.
Estate LotsAll THREE BEDROOM 2 M., MAHOVRITE Chanticleer m_", THI NATIONAL

Kid asaHi l W.'r prarty puffed bath home with redwood COLRMAN M. sad MAROAHKT: M Inn Club Open I P.M. Dally SICRITARIIS II"
facilities including paved streets curbs sewer fence, In Coua DKCKAMKIINOTIIK 7lf Magnolia Ace ASS'N.
city up about the care and speed TO NriHTOHH: aUk Yun, Pros. AM (lnt1)) .
taxes! Only 2 miles from Garden try Club Helghta. $700 l PtCRONN- HAVINO I 7.5709I Ralph Scholbol, Commander
water city AIIJ'tR
yet no In which w* handle our custom.rs down take over payments Dich5ANtOIl AQAINC? I Milt Mortonton, Ouartormastof Taut M..4ay of Snob w... -
Street. 18 very large custom homes sold already in this I movas end w* IntendIt of fl 12 per MAID EIITATIC: I Prlada, Carter Pro*. AM 7.:*** .
I You sad sub of you ara bartby Riverview P. T. A.
well planned subdivision. te atay that way. For the month. Immediate occupancy DOllr.... and nautrad la flla( any TITUSVILLE LAOIBS AUXIUAft

..... In servIce call vat no qualify- elalm and daananda wblca you arlinr
moving .
o< you, may hava aaalnatl II of the
We are the area broker for all FHA owned homes. See Inf.iERY. ,.'ld aatat* InCJ N. offlm of Hon. I at River*. RIFLE It PISTOL CLUB t:3: VOLUNTPIRI 1.
use for these excellent buys today, bedroom 2 bath home |ua. *t h.."... County at hi* 01.1 t'Cheol* 7tM* a.m. Moota1st DIPT.

with air conditioning (flia vill:, ."(In SlorMa ski Curt, within lloua al< 'la rob : ; Snyder I and 3rd Wodnotdaya M*.la al IHC El l,, iio.* .

and carpeting1. Large montha from tba ViralCublionsion 7>M p.m. I" T* of thin moa.r..h. Such I President *","*
EDWARDS REALTY fenced lot with own I'mMrat Mr laa l
wen. Must see to appreciate. claim anntals ar damaad(5. pIn.maul. b.of 'in ranidnoo wultiane'4 : I -CMTANCLUB' Chamber" of Commorco '1'.....,., Mr* M/"."_"_"*

Agent In beautiful ..d 5o56 offIce .ddr_ of Ih. claim' : _
ant and moot be .ora I. hll silo
ALLIED VAN LINES HIlls el-beans' ,, .110'''.'. or .
a BALDWIN SHOPPING CENTER (ho n.m. : :JI.t.at void.. 1.. For Listing This DirectorY/
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Telephone: 287.3281 Nit. 287.7821 OR NIGHT VI" a. oran.. Ay..
Orlando. FU.Attorrwy ; .
Phon AM 7-0221 for r....,. Call Star-Advocate 267.0331 :
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;4nt""Pa.4 HOMES FOR


PAYMENT&auiuE $15,000 TO $19,000 :

Several Large LOTS FOR SALE In FAIR eLm

A Community Of Fine Homes; In Tifusville 14730 to 16830 Home* restricted to laM M- minimum. :

LOW OOWf'. .

FHA PAYMENT Only 2 Miles West of VA 1 On Cardell SI -m COWART & CARTER

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



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P. 1-1 'TN .v1He (_r..r..) SfmAdvaati "- Monday, July U, UN -=
1' Residential Permits Up In J June; Tolal Off ---1 Your PORTRAIT. II

June was the best month of Thursday, was a little slow, too. homes In Imperial Estates on

I the second quarter of 1984 in Thu total was $532,585 with 80 State Road 50. For Purposes of

JPM Hospital ActivityJuly number of residential permits new homes permits taking a Coleman Brothers, Inc, 147 Passport or IdentificationEXPERT

Issued!1179, but the monthly $403,735 slice out of that. Five Anna Dr., Titusville was Issueda 0N
total S. compiled by the County commercial' permits came to $12,000 permit for a I home In PORTRAITURE IN OUR STUDIOS
Benjamin Lewis July 7
Dorothy Frahm Zoning Office showed the overall LaGrange Acres .
Admissions Tracy Lynn June Jones Frances Korln-L. Admissions Linda Ferrvll, figure just .little below both mite$91,000 made and up miscellaneous the $37,850 differ per- Roy A. Coleman 224 Taylor BOHANNON'S STUDIOAND
Lovttt Robbie L. Walker KimM. Greene, Stephen Martin
Thomas Walker Katie Luttrell, April and May's totals.
St., Indian River City, receiveda
Martin, Benjamin da Klllutte Kim Kidder of TI- ence. CAMERA SHOP
Kidder, Stephen
Parrish of Grundy, Mary Lucier of Titusville; Winston A $3,156,747 total for June Include North Brevard received eight $12,400( permit for an Indian
Lewis/ Myrtle Billia, Never tusville; Oily
Antwlne Guy Lewis of residential and commercial River Plantation Estates home. Are. Titiuvtll 267-4535
and Lawrence 14385,901: for the new one 333 S. Washington
Horne, Va June
L. Lewis Joseph ; Christmas Carol Kjrlsen\ of
Juanita Marcum Frances L. Duff of Mims. Cocoa Nell; Duncan of MimI; homes and 13 commercial per permit.Six A $10,000 commercial permit
; nuts for another 390775. May's to went to Box
Green of Titusville; Sylvia permits from $10,600 Champ Waring,
Daniel Ryan of Indian River
Bradley of Oak Hill, Theresa July S Walls, City. total was $3,185,078 while April $13,500 each went to the Cosmopolitan 1086, Titusville for electric service Star-Advocate Classifieds Get Quick Results!
Vredenburg of Orlando. Admissions Margaret hit a $3,343,728 figure Construction Co., Box and patio slabs (or 35 spaces

Discharges Mary Jo Tanner Frank Spangler of Indian River Dischai ges Marguerite July's first week through 558 Indian River City, for new in the Oak Park Trailer Park.
John Beach, Juanita -- ----------
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and baby boy, John Lakeof Lavloletta and baby girl of Indian
Swindell of Titus
Moody, Roy
Mims; Flora Hicks of Indian River City; Sylvia Bradleyand
Smith of Eau
River City; Joseph Frost of vlllc; Margaret baby girl of Oak Kill;
Cocoa: ; Mildred Talley, Vera Catherine Stephenson of Cocoa,
Discharges Ann Edwards Winton Antwlne of Christmas
Simmons\ Elizabeth Blaisdell of ;
Titusville. and baby girl William Perry of Dewey Robinson Sharon Nevln .
Indian River City; Shirley Coz- John Crager, Lester Denson of y.q.
July 3 art. and baby boy of Cocoa; Tituiville; Charlotte Plummer,
Admissions Ann Edwards, Geraldine Jasperson and baby Calvin Woodson of Mims.Admissions L
Frank Rose, Marguerite Lavio- boy Myrtle Billings Virgil
lotte of Indian River City; Polly Boone, Elaine Scandrett of Ti- July I i uEliiil! jElUu u l

Parrish of Crundy Va; Patricia tusville; Virginia Webb, Sarah Vivian Woods
Workum Frances Stoner, Virgil Laws, of Mime
I. D. McUUvisy, Charles Llpiey,
Boone of Titusville; Inez JulySAdmlftslnns
Hamilton, Charlotte Plumer 'of Dewey Robinson Charles| Moon, Marlon Arrlng-
Mime; Calvin Herrin of Hullia- Emma Simmons, Arthur ton, Dorothy Waits, Dennis QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
ter. Herndon, Scott Gardner Robert Stevenson Mabel Agnew, Arch t.4 add PROS. GOOD THRU JULY I5TH
Discharges Jewell Sanders, Durough Annie Whitney, John Canada Bertha Leonard Albert .
Sheila Sowell and baby girl, Crager Mary Unger, Brenda Collier of Titusville; Pamela
Never L. Lewis, Juanlta Mar- Columbo of Tituiville; Kay Seager of Mime; Maggie Love- _
CUm Dale Balllnger, Catherine Lowe, James Colkitt of Mims; joy of Indian River City

McGee Kirk Davis Denise Raymond Conway of Orlando; Discharges Anne Whitney, T
.Moretto of Titusville; Rose Mary Braunstein Mattie L. Katie Luttrell, )Robert Durough,
Allen of Indian River City: Sam Davis, Sarah Northcutt of In- Robbie L. Walker, Roy A. Swin Wot
,Minor of Geneva; Therese dian River City.Discharaes dell of Titusville; Billy Colkitt b
yredcnburg of Orlando. Frances Stoner, of Mims; Margaret Smith of
July 4 Oliver Wilson, Jerome Welch lou Callie; Carol Karlscn of

Admissions Elaine Scand Vera Butler, David Holmes, Cocoa. '
tett David Holmes of Titusville; Joseph Home of Titusville; 100 EXTRA STAMPS 1 1
William Chappell of Talladegi, Annabel! Woods Margaret Good WITH THE Pl/RCHASE OF 4 P, I

Ala; Mary Anderson, James win, Mary Anderson of Mims; I ATHLETE'S FOOT W.O LEANER, FRESHER, 100% ,; N TstgrNl- LiverV
McCracken of Mims; Robert Frank Rose, Margaret Walls, HOW TO TREAT ITApply s
.'r.., T-4-C liquid. t>.I It
,Qnllwitzer of Solana Beach Frank Spangler of Indian River tab. hold t. thn-k llthlnf, b.r.i.. GROUND BEEF Bacon
Calif; Catheryn Stephenson of City; Richard MUD of Scotts- ;. In mum.?.. .. a d.y., ..trh I.f.rrdskis a or
lunch off. Mitch hmltlirr .kls'
Cocoa.Discharges: moor; William Chappell of Tal- -|>l.t l II. .. p.n| IN ONK HOI H S\\1
e' pour in. book. 'Ce. .>ll.riii t, 5 $195LB.
Wevy Hall, Icdcga, Ala; Robert Gollwltzcr nllilii-I T-.-" POwuaa t.. PKG. U
_J yce Reynolds and baby boy of Solana Beach, Calif. -rim Suric...lr rot.t: (.... .4i.r. TO- '
Hm all Ur Ur*> IRK.New
50 EXTRA STAMPS with' Whole Hog ITS .


L 25'EXTRA' STAMP* w/Tomow ..... "

Braunschweiger Top

25 EXTRA STAMPS with" CookQuIkCubeSteaks0pfko89' Value

w" Stamp 4 !

Control Florida's Oldest and Ex.luilve a\ Gift
(' Automatic Transmission' JULY 3rd THRU JULY 12th ...)., ,0 CW. ., ..".. o'u. Cheese Loaf 8pca: 39' R$
Shop. Rebuild Exchange, Repair. SRI YOU JULY 13thI da w Catalog
1,000 Miles .r 90 Days Warranty! Keyboard, Inc.
KM N. Orange Bl. Trail, Orlande, 1100 N. Mills Orlando 425-2490 Oman Speclsllsts Since 137
GA S4S. 501 N. Magnolia Avo.OrlsjtJoMI r1MF r.


0* l If Yourself Swel. .

Central ".'.. Largost Stock of "' "
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Service On Asphalt, Vinyl, Plastic Cork Tiles Pawn Snop I II.t. I [ STR'BERRIES '

All Automatic Transmlislens'ftxchanpes TROPICANA TILE AND lib.. I Years Eclairs. 298'aooo 10-01. f r' rt I
Work Guaranteed FLOOR COVERING We Buy, Sell, and Trade Anything THRU Jutv OTM 5 PKGS. 1 .
1311 W. Church-Orlande-422M7f Gun., TV. Cimor Radios eta ;I 41 .
f04 N, Orange-Orla do-423-77S A" ANT wNN aNN
1122 W. Church, Orl..neI.'GA4D1i'

AUTOS IMPORTEDRinault FLOOR COVERING P Tiii ; I E x. IR 1 "Libby'i frozen

and Peugeot CARPETS BY LEI'SKt.r.itia l BARTON TOPVAJLU STAMPS Regular or

.,,/ MT,SHOP '
Sales A ServiceRehie Cable Crafts MenICANA PNOIKN '

Meters UriporlcCurium... bMorallnf ..ry.Med.Yr. ...*. rl Complittli Suppllss, Grooming.tit!' Pete, Bars ..rnuiT 3/'l. 4-0z, > Q e

141 Boone St. OrlarkU I BARNES'Dras4ry I .j J77-3033 h aooo THM juut i em 42 91 CANS 99;

A Floor Coverings, Inc.SUOS Self I. Celanlal, Dr.. Orlenet.I I Ar ANr WMetNNMI
Quality Used r Impart .'....
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Orlando Motors, Inc. HAVERTY'S --... : ; : : 1"s String Beans

411 N. Orange Bit-item Trail M Store Buylna Pewer 'LO.IDAr..A1'IMI :' ; "...,
Saves You More <">. ....T..U""T.. ,
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Dodge Dart Dade Trucks IN. Low Miles Free Term.Open Delivery. Ckillum Pl.ih c: em A" Aur .,.......... 13 1 [ Young ;
Say "
A Mercedes-lent '
Flat Jaiuar 4J"T
hoii A rrl NIUi'' III I f.M, llvtr 'k Copper DlM -- d :
purnug(, aJ: J L.i u'rlnfMiO en er
"We Service What W* Sell" 111 N. Orange. Orlando CH I 5171 IlE71CT'RAL : 2 LIS.29'
W. Central l Av.. OrUnitoO. 1-3860 Mountain
Plumbing SuppliesHARLAN "
; : RICN. seer: ; Rolls Joe Grown
i TID'S HOLLOW HOUOl Orurrie 1
-PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER- VALIANT SHOP Discount Plumbing Supplies .OM T""T, IatN 1 Ca"eU-Oz. '2ge 1uN.w .

Sales, NEW A USED FIRE ARMS Bsthrtvm Pistons-Pipe. Pitting Af ANT aNN. 44 1 1 Tomatoes t 2 CARTONS 39; J
Farts and Service Bought Sold Traded. Pumps Water Heaters '- .......' .......... .... .
Used Cars Scopes Mounted! 1(12 I C."I.I. I Dr :

1020 N. Orange, Orlande, GA J-4J41) 1707 N. Mills Orland. 425.HSJ Orlando CR 1.1149- m>>... r.-3 7i ::6tMn._,....".n-1I1TrjIff,1""nir..ii;! -t. 5'o "
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TRACK- Vitamins, "The Power of the W. 1
allergloi. :r.Idl' : salt-free foods for Specializing In bibles, Religious 1r
'N.w' Trucki UNit Trucks ing and gaining weight, Schlff reduc, Books, Gift i an'l Sunday School //Th\I\ .1.1I 1 A PACKAGE
Full BervlioSUPERIOR Mall ordur on all Items.: Ibfg
Thompson, Hoffman end ethers I MAKES II
GMC TRUCKS, INC. Mall Orders Box 14 or Credit 'or ChurchesJ4 1 1 I I
Pbon 125-P''e1 UrU4o 4P-1M7 0Rg
1E. Church-Orlando-4241212 I. Church Orlando 1 1
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Cantril ".'.. Leading Dealer. for "Central Florida's Oldeat" # TRAVEL I 1 1 PrlC'I
.Ml N. Orange-Orlande -4U4404 Jewelry Luggage Dlanvmds a BUREAUAir ASSORTED FLAVORS LIBBY'STomato DEL MONTECATSUP 1i i ASSORTED' CLOROX
Tremendous Selection, el Used Gult.rt-C.m.r.I.dlol-Gun
.A rMotmhlp TfckiiM
'Imports 1051 N. Orange, Orlando 27 W Church Orlando 421-1041 Tours sue* CniUM Wend Wide JELL-0 Juice 1 KOOLAIDRegularly BLEACH
CH 1-8JJ1: SO R. Pin. Ones "
AWNINGS OFFICE SUPPLIES TRUCK SIRVICI Save 3* RegrJ 3/33 Save I0< 32-oz Jar iGrtot Save 6Vi, U-oz BottleF20R29 I Save 20g Gallon'

"Aluma-Kraft" Awning Inc. JACOB'S TRUCK SIRVICI INC. 1 1/ 1 1 i

MARQUEES PATIOS PENNIY'S BOOK STORE, INC. Complete Alignment Service 81 19 1 1 19 490.

Manufactured In Orlando Open All Day Saturday Frames General FRI:;: Axles BnperlenceclMechanics Straightened i. 1
Call Celloct On of Orlando's Moil Complete I
lie Down Pement-frto Estimate Lines of Office Supplies.17.1t 12 Delicious Fruit FJavors : Juice tOt Brookfoit { Fomoui Dol Manse Quality I Rock up and Sacs at thus I 'In Now Sofot Plastic Conlainor
411 Brookhaven Dr., Orlando 1342 Wa.hln,2245Orlando,
GA 2413'CONSTIUCTION W. Pine, Orlando, 4221454 Dr t .1'...".'''.',','.iI.! m'.. ".;:!a.Tlee "'.
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Earth FULL Moving LINI EQUIPMENT Equipment Of OFFICI The Office Office Moil EQUIPMENT Supplies Compute Equipment In This Olsploy and Are,.o4. I Star See- Advocate The JJnarl Place To (lO.M &" Boorl Things To Kat ,'t :::11 f:

i Adams Conjlruetlon w. .... a sel......* la your
,'!" \ j Equipment Co. area every dur.Blthop For Your
Office Equip. Co, Inc. I iiilgii: lliillf
fA.j t. Sales A Rental "":: :a: radii
r K .i 1342 wChurch fins K:f4.\ Cnlnnlil-' *.... fnlUnf Dr. Ort n1. Printing Needs!

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