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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: September 11, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
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THE WEATHER ille (APThree) boy used :

Possibility of showers, cloudy, winds ', wmdn' nrn Uiv ji.in Thursday but .
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slipped .tftraifjp erne was over-Et
southeasterly 20 to 30 miles per hour, ,
40 itlViSMsVciiiiie cull in hits.le 3.i I
small craft should continue to remain In i ichuto Lh, F hobo a

port until winds and seas subside. The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents ltfiC/ntJo t et' /
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84th Year =-No-110 16 Pages Today___u Titusville_ ,:Florida_ : n September tl ((964 -== '5c Per Copy ..:. \\ mil; hid P1: : nr lava end Fridays i



Registrar- DefendsRegistration : August Permiij:4ff; '







Policy r a a'$4' th' ai Total Now Stands At i'jll'



Mrs Edna Carlile termed or elected at each precinct m$ ',

'without foundation' the state- 'These persons could handle Record Million
meats of Carl Cook of I'alm fewer people and there would not $18

Bay, spokesman fur a legation\ be the problem of travel and
of Erevan] Jaycees which appeared wailing in line to register," he dCLUBHOUSE

before the Brevard said, "plus the added factor of Building p*'mills during August 191.3; Timers have been 291 mul- Included In the ;lnj;! (ainilj 1 block S, Country Eetaltt. *
County Commission Thursday, being able to open longer hoursto sunk to a depth of depress family building poimitt taken. penults' were six for Suiuast! Fi>her Cunsti uction four in
asking the commlnaion for aid answer dictates of the peopleIn i \.n. as compared to the months out so far In 1IHI4 rompmed to Coiibtrurtkiii Co. for home in Forest! Hills, two at $23.800, ODe

In a registration drive. that precinct pit-reeding! whuh (unmet, only 67 In 1 111113. Commercial, Indian River Ileiiihtt (fill 110 at $22300) and another at $!.t,-
Cook cited several state statutes Mrs Carlile further stated thatif combined ham sit new rveoidti 'on-Irlll'tlull was responsible 01S3 350, $14,10(1)( 116,1100 l )() ) $1:1,7511: ), SOD),

that allow the registrationbooks it was legal: to carry the registration permits "uih month and hat permit this year and only $17,030 and $13750; John Bum J D Spangler, $39,000 Ifl

to go to precincts for registration books "door to door" ought: (thi lirst seven month 18 iieinuts last jrar any for JUIIICH Orr' gory, at 310 Laktvltw Park, on Carpenter
and, cited one that he you'd have to carry the voting M 01 11)84\) to "tiitnls thut are 14 The permili rpfle t the growth Orange St.. $10000: S,, C. Alexander luau: touts Unatln, $11,000 In
said indicated the books could machines door to door also to get time greater! than the inure 12: of the city stimulated by con foi Cuunlry Fntutt on lAlntJllll on liuina Ave; Coleman -

"go door to dour" If necessary the people to vote, months of 13(, ,nolicliitlon, of surrounding, areas Shady Oaks 1)1'oM'/ $17,500; Dros, two at 'i1, OO and
Mrs Carlile said that the door 'With a mass registration" but the majority of the pet milt Cowa'rt and Cartel!', LarkspurOr olio! for $19,500*
to door registration was com she explained, "you naturally The ptrmits! In Augustamounted are Mound to building of f the old<1 In Oardi"tuliile.. three at $19, Imludml among the commercial '

plelely lllej",'1 and against state get a lot of people who will not to fcmsiKK) just city or within short radius of[ 00,0) $16(100( () and $17,4(10.( ); (>Mar, budding permits was one
laws, and pointed< the permanent registration held around and purge their names to 78 mph hit the city during Hurricane Dora and nut figure of July But the August fur Uivvard National

throughout: the county in January off the books for not participating shown above is one that fell across the Boy Scout clubhouse permit. Itrlniis\ the lotut Bunk la be ceinstritcted in In-

and rehruary, that the registration In elections.! This purge will located at Blanton Park on Main Street at the for the year t I" another new record I Bus Back In I diems River Hans Another, tot
a books, wire taken to the cost approximately 20 cents per intersection of Park Ave Several other trees also blew high, $18,400.2a8.,, Pay Roy F Roberts, contracted by

precincts name." down in the park and debris was scattered everywhere.SA Single leanly dwelling Online Construction\ on Laurel

"'I'm for helping those who She explained that the county Photo. amounted to tin largest chunk Public iciest l stuiltnrs, living The lot for ana pupil I It $410 and Wanlilniitim Ave. $19,300;

want to register to do so," Mrs. had grown away from precinct -, ,.., of the building ptimits, $460,' within Owe milts ef timely and tavern, 30 school day ar II Duller and 1 Uenbrlnk, for office
Caililc said this morning. "Andwe else, saying "we're a little be. 4 Ion; followed. !, of course, by cheat l in North Brtvtrd, will ants' per nay, Thort It a }/ building on Orange St at FCC
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keep the reslstralion office yond that now," She pointed out commercial permits which totaled kt aOtrtd pay trtntparlatlen family rttt for Owe ar more for Rlnkrr Concrete Materials,
open extra hours and work that in the permanent. registration I HMJOO Alternations, ad sltrtlns Monday, lpttmb 14, ,,,,11. .landing' the tees $|",IIIM'); Huiahle Oil Co? built
nights to help register in each of program. carried out by her damns and swimming poolt etcerttlnoj to Trantportatlon tihool, tint severing 10 schosl' by Gilbert and Bhltlda, strvlta'
the county brunch courthouse," office, it Is simple fur a personto amounted In $48,100 and the l lmainder II' DlracUr Sari Rats days. station cm Ltdo and Alh.mbre.'lOOO ,

she said in answer to Cook's register If he or she movesto nf the, grand total was "Wt announced that It might ( ; and George Anton for
charges that not enough special a new address. within the for sign permits and others, lake at lanf at Mutt wake lattt plea aie payable In advanct DioyhUI Uvv, Co. $38.00() for
at the prlntlpal't offlct. wlwrt
opining hours were held I and county "All they have to do la To give a picture of the glow up ttwit tch.4ult I but ...ll.bli.. educational building for Good
tickets see they
that it was hard for people to to notify us by mail", she said, Ib to date this year over (ant, found that It cold bt done Shepherd Lutheran Church.
will be told ta itudtntt" livingIn
register. "and their registration card latent there have been 4H3 single family during the first weak, That't haiarilout aroai (lira. Multl.faintly permits dropped
The delegation representingthe to them." I dwelling ptnnltn Issued to he '....n why such asytrtnspirtttltn 'lo zero for August although the
entire county-wide Jaycee The delegation also criticized dute In 1004 compared tu lest will bt .ff."" But stops will bt the lama previous months had recorded

Clubs, appealed to the commis- the double registration, having to than half that many or 21)11) in alerting. Monday," Hast said tl Ittt yttr, ttveral.With .
sion for aid In bringing voter register: for county elections and
registration: to tile precinct level. again for city registration. They
"We're not here to criticize asked the county to Investigatesome 500.1 Ratio, North Brcvard'iSkeefer . I

what'i being dune" Cook laid, means of Integrating the

but to offer better ways of do- two 10 that one registration ,
big them and to offer our services woukl be feasible. 4'
to help". Mra Carlile answered this Population less I

He cited the Jaycee national with the statement that this ..

project "to initiate and propagate would be completely tip to the + 4 .

.... :,: voter registration and information municipalities and indicated she a ;.. 1 lluw! rlo', North Drrvard stackitwrteit wit. bang. \In time south\!\ and ctn- Hit St Johns River valley tr* He sided. "111' |give you s
*"--"*"* ; -" would be rather,jdlflK1, ""
'JIT'IIlrlm! thwjg1irHt. nl the. totmty. In teal fir"srd area wlmrt the motiultiit| are com- 'hone\ hark' opinion that wt will
Cook pointed! out that tfie. problem cult to try to maintain one registration -, ------ pnpulatlnn ..*. mbiiqiillo/ popnts- un.....' [pointed ont inle Ounj to lug front uowHe nut b.a hit t. hunt! by mosquito .
of the lack of registered with the ever Increasing! PUMPING WATER-Part of Overlook Terrace: In Whu.,* lion that !I.r us," .ha laid In speaking., Of lha enplaliiwl that TiltMvdla liifenlatkiii' si we. have In the)
is serious and indicated tire and areas of cities Hills flooded from hurricane driven rains QJt'dthe .
voters poring was after hurricanes, bs offer'eel
"For every mosquito In North third 'hiirrliane of the season has (the liirgenl suit wal -f marsh pant
little cooperation from Supervisor Mrs. Amlrew Shoemaker BrevarJ, president above scene was taken by Star-Advocate photographer Brevtrd', Jack Kalinata, Ur.- that gave Brevard quite s blow, area with the utalrvel*ii|,.''l Nmlh ,l,,
of Registration Edna Carl- of the Central as a huge pump was hard at work trying to empty tart. County Monqiilfo (ontrol. that our\problem dfM'11fJt lit Merrill bland arrows! the Indian, The Ilretard County Meiqultotnnlr'il.
lie. He( said that the Jaycees felt League: of Women Voters representing League the street of water. The area was closed to traffic fur Director, says. "There are 9"0 In the salt marsh areas, but Hit )lira but said that Ninth/ ttresr !. the .petite roC tht Stele of
that registration books should he the Brevard County
aUo several hours. S-A Photo. just like it In' South frrvard! fresh water' back country" Ita ( available at each precinct and of Women Voters encouraged
and the commission to aid, Sslnuli made the statement said (hat the marsh treat had. proliUwn that Ihn (Vn- Just prior lo and during Donna
registrars
that deputy pre
their drive 4 4 at Thuridty Brevard County been pretty well flisMlet) and, Iral awl 1 South BrnartJ. meat and' the crows and their director.Htlinala ,
cinct officers could be appointed the Jaycees In ) C A
The commission explained tint tommlnslon meeting! In answerto the control had done a complete' have really had their work

they had no control over the North 1I.\IIr". ('.onllll..III.r Job of "larva tMliig" through "And (hat's HHI reaevn. North rut out f her Ihttn,
Cily Receives supervisor except In mailers of Gut Faulk's qumtloii and. ea' sprsjlng) etc! But (ha freshwater iravard duoMi have the problem C'uiTintlsttwti' chairman. Jot

the budget, and suggested to the plaintd the problems the control mtr,liet and, twtmpt of Hits limns" Wit .h.1II verbally aKurtsted the i

Jaycees that they' talk this over touiily apprtclallnn 'for the
Federal Funds 4i. t work uf the idler
with Mrs. Carlile. i underltoH
Students Will Schools Miit<4''"ltii leiutrol/ In Thurad.)',
w Change leash uf (he conimltaltm. Its
To I
For PlanningWashington Mims Jaycees r\ .- pulniod tout! In time press and the

One attendance air. change coma effective on Monday year and will. math CaqiMut lo unllriire'' that the dapartmtnthi
The House and Hold Charter NileThe it tiring innuumed for the pub /fhluiol Bupt\ Wwidrow 'garden become slnwxt entirely s "..allt.In. | born "MI the bill" all during -
Hume Finance Agency has lie schools to irh'Mil of the hiirrliirie' and had' done
in North Brevtrd pointed out that the plait lobe with slows ill I
granted the Stile of Florida $3 Ban r.rL solve slime. nf the ovirrrowded Instituted, on Monday Is Hit this studixill" living within two (IIttt eiHinl/ s great tervkaftllMalt .
tea to aid In the. completion of Charter Installation Cham ; conditions. at totjuina ll.rnf'n' same at wit In oprralion.. .lust mil't.Oplimisfs tall the com,minion
,. plan forgrowth quct of the Mimt Junior
tie tompreheniive that. the
lacy &'hol In Indian HIr! leftist problem (the
held at
and development of Tl- Ur of Commerce will be
rvnirul. hat l the last several
City and use anme of the apace! day; t
tin ille the Moose Club, Saturday night after (', the hunilraili. of
avail.ililo at Hivtrvlvw and Bay To Receive (Charier were
The grant according/ Congressman Sept. 12, I 19h4.Invocation view thhoola. telephone rail received' \ corn
Ed (;.urney. supple! will be given by ,,
meals grant approvals Rev Mayo; Jaycee Creed will : r' The areas will revert to the The Charter Frtsenlallns to unison. M liy Lt lfJV i Isaac I, plambig tkoul moiiulloei
for the previous same, planning projeel be recited by Dale Freeman and servo us last year with all el* the/ OpIlinUt Club cal Tllustllle Nell I't..., llneltt'| '...n. will betaUl "It was a rime. we had to I
The newly approved grant Welcome and Intioductions of : mentar students' living "South' will be made at I dinner' >ttelur> by llfv MeAilbler lake vakiahlt "men who eould
of Florida. Including day night Relate| U. at 7 afJ p in, have t...n uliUttd out In the
Wonderland of .
contributions Officers the .rorwfiTltiwvllle
by local will be by Earl Spencer newly
iiivplcnicntcti Guest .
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will permit the co"1-' Jr. Port SL John and "IVIIwiiod, al Whlupvrlng. Hills Uunlry in alive agencies to meet Increased Following dinner, Paul Salisbury TREK: FALLS The large( roots ahown In the photo above', being tranofrrred from Coquina Club The &lu tl club It tpuMM>rtd (: : Dyer. 'Ar f'rtnl'wil', lake the hulHrHi" of phone !
costs of the program, resulting President Titusville Jayceet. were those of a tree that fell across U.S. 1 northbuundWednesday to Rivorview and Bayvlew by the Went Tampa OplliiiUI Riwwl K IHrkwm Viet 1'rttt-. rilla. ." he saH lie In,tinted thai I
during winds that hit the Ti'us-' Club, in lice! MvlimiwiM" '' rorilr-il office
night strong
irom a doubling of the area covered Extending Chapter will Nudes are going home to all yule Members of the fire deportment cut the 'Tee The program fur Kit turning slow. the eVntrhiienl aniwere'l)
area *
In the planning-as s result speak and the President's Report parents In 'that area this alter Joseph. M I'M* *.
into and cleared the within short I will 'C"'t tit. JIll cilia' In a very abort period
of consolidation. will be given by Ed Hudick. piece highway a me noun and the change: will b > "tkrgeint al Ann.' iHmalH! L
will be conductedby S-A Photo Opening remarks by tlsuilt E, Zrblay. lift irit t.n stud J J...... T 111'1 l we were wt dulng all we
Installation flyer. fcr ''ra>|ilfnl THiiovllle/ larlila. Tees .Uffr amp, "
Plaza Roberta, National DIrector
Big Apple Gene 'P.1 J Dora's Gone Optimist tilth} Invoealtun .by W* a $' note very blprub'ims
and Charter Presentationwill
; Ka.. D V. MeAHMer. .parks, in the bark country .'
be by James F.rrer, Dora Delays
mate Big
Central Baptist Church.. ; lladgeto sslmiU'' iH. ae>ttg. that l .'aUttnnm
Plan Hootenanny Jr. Florida Executive Vice : Ethel Flag. hy Nd piper 1J OuvZMW |III 'bwHerln' ronntii't
Coming .
President. Charter Acceptancewill ., >, ... lx.irM\ "ChcMk' were rrMag fey IM to rome to
A big' hootcnamiy led by the be by Ed HuditkGw Nbliee. *. Past f'r..nl. West Saturn One Day. their.. t4 Hi title "nv>w| will beHponwrrd t speaker for the eveningwill Uoi, a rontitiuvd' "n si ruse
t'kr .
Homi .
famous Tampa Opliwlal Club UI rvtas "Urn il we eenMnt even help
,, "V the Big Apple Her be Cody Badey, Past roes Northwest flurMa, now tint aI leaalmaoMrFulluwliHt HOI'HTON, yes: (IA.', The our own .p.l N saH the treiUment
chants Association. &In the parking dent Florida Jaycees I burrs, (ni. but liated as s trupl tttatrr. InlroduellMtiIU Manned. HMirotiart. Cenlat hat rt..Hi wes fantastic( .
lot of Big Apple Plata tomorrow Officers of the newly' I formed :; : r it disturbance, be made.. awl l Mayur M. ls.i wAred s o*.*> day itelaIn There were IIt.I/,I ttwujriHi"

(Saturday). Mimi Jaycees are: Ed Hudick. rz&s;: ; In mm of Otis rour.liri. along Kitties l *HI .....mt the now tint the .hMiMhmg. .. a Saturn rare,. of, dned. '.....'j..I'. ... Dusting "n
There will be two draws President; Billy Duff First VierPwaadrM the quit mud aoulb of TtlMiat to the "lIItlfl. ft at Caw K.ar.sdy because .flUritfwM IM lelet IM tins.. ? areas, he

at 3 and 0 p,m ; Bob Foeater Second c are. anakia, earns <' 1Joll.. MM
The llomerteader are world Vee Redden! Bill Ballard. wake of llurrkwio Lkira seek Of otfkrtri will) be by The ahnt. it tk* venlh tn the

famous folk tu>ert and reeord. s.'m8IJ.Trealurrr; DiD Me Inc ti. ttirf grand m advanre of Irvine C. Aprir, jovarnnr, .*... t.rk.>t cost is flOW attiadItM .
log stars They are direct from Natty Dir.....; ('ken Chase ;, "JlI'l 4 Idea, fourth iMttrlH Hub BtaniMfPrtnlaitwai fM, &01I' Mobil. Dlood Bank

the Grand OM Opry and are a Stale Director 01 I defMMf fflciatt In Wa wM be maybe bfllecry A.,*. eater spokatatanSlid Unit Coming Monday

among haHeotBsy start kij: ( runty said more than a ,......11I+I. Prtsklrnt, 'the ichfilui rh.... *at
favorite And to make this a banter af' To Be Heard TuesdayBrevard '" .. ilrnts reported. drevoe West Ttwps (lab, bull and bavH Mad bM-tHwe 4 lime laat Intrrporetian The Cairtral) rinrvts Shad
fair. The Homesteaders are inviting Scfloul gourd has */ :;t ,..ik i m UitNT ytreat PrtMalaUua 'by Aatbuay Mar II'ul ihettwMil *4 .Userwkel "Moak .......141 ua>lt will be In TlHanlN -

local grant- to 10 a,m. Mt Tuesday during alrrtH retMlontt lo be t low. ttctrettry! Tftt* ir.r. FaurtbiMaMH during taw start let Dora, ... on Monrlnv'
want all. tatnami J""J""We al the board's regular meeting, at a T" .' while ideal until the AtMVteaee uf Otfta wit The Ha4urn it to tee .fee nek M *M"| he KKI"it, I the Mitt.oak .

**n' **""". time to )hear complain. ivfarding .\' rrtu n to Ikoir. weal be 'by Clods t ftf. tf Vi*+ 1 ornate Miner. t' s i and<
and singing 0raups! Ik. !front 4 lo t .
salve-W. neaawty r ''
harmesilee ......?.. glejbvpkkert K-lMol. hue praMrm. .. Aattt- 'at, '. '4'. oralflam. .
inert ,. .
lb. >(
etc. te jam '"." a lent Sut*, Tawnat South hat '- ,- --- ---- --- !>rr" hit hardest at JI "_- M f'..... U Gw Ztna baUatplat* ae..'*..r.1I) mid ...- Inr "Nri-.et -ofllni doe-
said. "Aaai Wtt. hawed WATKR CUSES ROAD! -St.!" Iti.ute 4f> was- p.i -Hy .11,. leach Mal. Munrxifikg Aaglaltw, 1. Ma. lit ..W4. w.l Mtrwtsja ... st..*. will s. into an with. ,li'''a> 1'I m .heal rkent( + "

spokesman I ot. tato die trot Parents. wick. raaplai a et'prdg blocked lit! ,i' tooth end near route1, V) after! i th' wavy homes, fbaawg In* speaker.. lrro t "ftp1*, refit but will not b> reeaverst), \mH wtekMnf le give h'.4tm
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rashly pelt a laviwkbwla. .
IraoMpertation. at* urged rains at HurritasM Dora fell on Titutville- teveral days. wrote, .t..a-j nanny the bj day in to appear at that tasty to aft The claw .*... WM near the? Spenoonhc building Airtmobiln *- H>irrwaM Eatwl. M tUN. ever rcmarkt will bt .1111% fee *.. "hwrimM !h reaat. M *>aaU etxtrebei. or groups ihmiljo .
So. tomorrow's ... '(ltw,.wg the 4 to T 9 m perhid. .
fig Apple PtaM at I aad 1 ew be .hood. twfore the band traveJiAf that rout.> had to make detuurd on a HM ..w. woo W TahwviUe. awrun bv ftOflolv. >oA toper. latkMOil bfraettattutl S ItNUtrriins pod built'" la with, .

pm. Ukm Ibex up .tar .*.. r.lliUby tide toao. S-A Photo >eel tiuwtjr u* JM seat n* !pen...t Creed O stall. dicta atM\ knot.








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Pat 2 ritiN mt (Pk.rW... ) Star AeWato Friday, September, 11, 1PN Diems Ferguson Lucille Holder of Christmas; Harry T>Icr Wit-

..-- Mimi Area Happenings Hospital Of Mims Him Marler James Summers,

September 4 Raymond Elkins, Peggy Haga,
Edith Rathburn, Flora Stokes,
Editorialsj Activityfcpiwnher Admlaaiona Sherry MatM, Leola Gamble" Joan Breth, Betty
Joan Carol Brett, Emte Lucas, Barbara Kinnunen
"Fun Moore, ,
Day" A Real Heydayy 1 Bonnie Stoader, Carolyn W Anne Holland, Sherry Sweet.
Edward
Moor,
j Admission Helen Sumrall, Ripple Berry Robert Gibson, Bridget Fenneyof
France Gibson, Gary
I Driggera,
; Curtis Taylor, Paula Sue Krone, THusvllle
e/ ) Mr*. Olarfy Mclendo, We would like tit thank not Kindergarten' 4th year under Sandra Jean Green, Bridget W. Harper, Michael Carlile,

A Tr BottleneckTiluavUle AM 7-1241 men of the Mimi Volunteer Fire the very capable teaching of Feeney, Debbie Mull, Lynn Adriana Newman of Tituavllle; September I .. I

Mime tabor Day "Fun Day" Department, the Ladle Auxiliary Mrs Robert !Mack, assisted by Frances Tempest, Millie Pauline Rosa D. Lowe of Mime; Nareiai Admissions Margareta Dial '

was, just that Everyone seemed the Him Jaycees and the Mrs. Lloyd Laahley. They toon Myers, Olivia Haynie and Williams of Scottimoor. Connie Ann Underwood, Ann. :

may have many traffic problems, but the to be thoroughly enjoying themaelves North Brevard Horseman' Association hope to have a third teacher add. Patricia Ann Key of Tituiville; Discharges Cherry D Ala' Brown, Virginia Leslie Charles

most stressing one we know' nt exists at Park Ave. and All ho' f wasn't able to be for such a nice day ed to their staff, Mri Mick saya Willard Williamson and Willie way Altamese Williams, Helen M Maxwell, Annie Crawford,

South St. at Parkway Junior High, each. morning between oat to- Bw arena for everything, : ; they still have room for more Robinson/ Jt. of Mlmi. Sumrall, Lynne f Tempest, fla Charles Bruso, Barbara Rosa
7 30 what Now that "Dora" ha* pascal I children from 4 to S ,earl of
: and 8:00.: we did see, try family and Discharge r Mr. Roberta Griffin, Olivia Haynie, Woodrow Poe, Phillip Daniel, Peggy Jean
A real bottleneck form ?here each schdol I really enjoyed. tm by with not \ton much damag< age Those Interested may call!
rainy morning Wang and baby girl, Mra Char. Coleman, Debbie Surrency, Blumer of Titusville; Darrel F.
with traffic backed In three Not being too much of a base I'm sure everyone In our art Mri Mack or the church office
/ directions
up -north and lene Green and baby boy, Rosa Catherine Workum, Terri Lane, With rock of Merritt Island.
:south!: on Park and east on South.( ball fan, I can say I enjoyed the would like to let all those wli for more Information Stroman' Roils May Ringer, Herbert Coleman of Titusvilte.

Some immediate relief must be afforded this situation game between the men and women helped In so many way km< Route Myers, Vannie Steburf, Dischargea Vivian McPhil-

in one form er another. Police are there each morning Everything/ seemed: to go how much) they appreciated a New Cltlien Edward Moore Jr, Dannie September S \bps) Wynelle MeCullough, Shirley

rain or shin!, to handle the\ traffic but their task 1 i. an impossible except letting the men use both that was clone tit help ensure 01 Mr and Mra. Wayne Broomeof Gardner, David Gardner, Rob Admissions Mary Torre, Spear, Essie Lucas, Audrey
safety il'a nice to know the '
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/ one under existing conditions with the large volumeof arm* Congratulations to the those who Nicholson St announce the eli Daniel Young, Susan Ed-!: Jon Shane Umberger, Michael Purser, Sherry Mathis, Frances

traffic using these two streets. women on winning the game! of are giving assistance are very' birth of their third son, born wards, Stephen K. Kaiser of TUtuivllle H Ritchie of Titusville; Herbert Gibson, Sherril! Lockridge, Adriana .

One solution to relieve this congestion for thru traffic The "Ml** Turnpike" belUtyeollt.18 ed>. Wit thank roe. one c.pabl Aug. 27th at J.P.M. Hospital. He ; Norman :Brothers and Addition, Collier Summer of. Newman of Titusville; I
north Park not weighed 10 lha and nil been Duke S. Marlon of MImi Mimi, Kenneth Weaver of New
traveling on going to Parlewny, to tarn drew* the Interest of from youf reporter, Hadyi & ; Linda
Robinson Laura Elswick
off on Barna, then to' East Whispering Hills JW'., to Lee ...."", n*. Such "poise," Men! tendhrt 11 named Timothy Wade Workman of Worthington, Ohio; ark, Del., Terry H Hall of Willie -

Road (Allen Ave) into DeLeon' Ave. intersecting South St. "charm" and the beauties, dressed S. I f>. Singe of Melbourne. Scottsmocr of Mimi; Kenneth Weaver of ,

This, la an! unpaged route, part of the way, but should 'ou( of this world' gave the Co".,. Prayer MMtlngs .. Miss Judy Taylor, a student at SepMmbef ZAdmiMlons I Discharge Marilyn Pierce Newark, Del.MONEY .

be prepared immediately for the use of thru traffic, thus judges a hard time in making Anhurit University, Auburn, Ala, Barbara Kin-

by-p eslng Parkway: School. This merits prompt action and their choice. We witnessed several There will be a Cottage Prayer has been home sine Aug 22nd nuenah, Leola Gamble, Bill Hap !
Meeting held In the following vacation. She wilt\ return
will partially: solve the problem, at least temporarily toning!! beauties chasing ono on to ey, Albert Lewis, Flora Stokes, !
homes tonight: (Friday), at T::3y school! on Sept. 151 h.
.f the judges off the field
If City ]Hall has not been apprised of this dangerous Harry Tyler, Lull Bell Steburg, I
l
p m : the Larry Bier man!\ resty;
bottleneck' : we suggest they visit the intersection during Sherry L. Sweet, Peggy Hal, I IO'.tRQ..W' PAYMENT
deuce at 114 Alhambra St.; the For Extra Fast
this period at the earliest'opportunity.Anolher !elf ers To Darrell Boron residence at 211 Firemen Again Altameie Williams, Sherrlll U l5lsaoo san'
Lockridge and Terri Jean Moq- SERVICE. $300.00 $17.7'
Diamond Road in LaGrange I
; uln of TituRvllle Laura Eli wick Loin Te MM. $450.00 $26.23
; Up
also the R. E. Rotkley residence V
Maintain Patrol Willie Owen of Mimi Marlyn I $600.00 $34.:1':
The EditorEditor ; Phone 267-4331
Near Miss at 129 In LaGrange. ; lit Mlms -
the J. 0 Sharpe residence on Pierce of Christmas; Marl A. I PAY BILLS. TAXES REPAIRS. ETC. .

Railroad St. and the Emory The Indian River City Volunteer Meyer of Geneva

Titusville and J'frevard'County were once again spared The late President Kennedy Jones residence on Wiley Ave. Firemen, all In all previous Discharges Willie Robinson, Southern Loan Company

front the brunt as hurricane Dora fortunately veered off : stated a year ago that we had 5 emergencies: since 1956, again I Seretha McCullough, Cynthia 344 S. WASHINGTON AVB. TITUSVILLIINSURANCE r "
and only lashed the area with strong winds and heavy rain. million persona unemployed!, 1* Klndtrgarttn Open maintained a Hurricane Patrol Cohle of Minis; Mn Clydene

Residents of the area are to be commended for the way million working part time and 2 The Kindergarten of tho First with their ambulance covering freeman and baby girl RoiieMcWhite -- .

they battened down and braced for Dora. Preparations made, million being displaced each Baptist Church of Mimi opened the south end of the city and the Mri. Marie Wagnerand'
baby boy, Jo Anne Little
like those for Cleo, were,heartening and though both thankfully year by advancing technology their first day of school on Sept county as far south as Orlando M

missed Titusville, efforts such as were displayed are and automation President John 8lh with 33 of their 3i enrolled Utilities Bill Haley, Glenda McKay I ?

never in vain It is just practicing plain common sense IOn lay we Have 40 million( people Student present. This is the 1 Charles McCaskill, Edward Keller /
In '* The men went on duty at 8 p.m. Terry Boyd and Patricia Ann t I"
living ,
poverty: :
preparedness. ,. 1
'Tuesday and continued throughthe Key of Tituiville, & COT TOO MUCH?
the
While damage to the area was extremely light, no one At present'! rale'of'growth, OfI
duration of tho storm
has (any way of knowing when or where a hurricane will our population will increase lettersTo In cooperation with the fire- September" 3 I GOT TOO LITTLE?
change Us course We're just fortunate that Dora did in the during the next generation from ./
yard 10 4 Radio Club they set Admissions Terry Jean 1
IDS million up
to 370 million The
Mo.l
early ;morning/ ur. on Wednesday, for we went to bed NEED ADVICE?
the burden on the taxpayers for sup EditorThe tan, emergency radio network covering guts, Audrey Ruth Purser, : :
Tuesday night worse.
expecting port of thousands of families on all the Emergency Shcltef Harvey, ibHofM Gave, Edith j j 'I. '
for exhibited the increased \ 'A
The Concern safety by use :1
relief la very of shelters made available by the local Civil Defense' Unit, '' 1A" SEE US NOW
of the from Scottsmonr south to the Lauret Amber! Hickok, Fred ,
speaks well for our residents. An utter unconcern for safety major problems. of slate take this opportunity to praise county's district 1 bonier Smith, Robert Gibson, lL ....1:1:...:...

piftcautiona in the threat of a storm can prove costly in lives governments Despite these fart, Johnson the residmts of North Brevard mend' Elk-inir!: Shirley RIY'I
of their activities during hurrl-
This network C. D officials
kept -
and ,
Sneaf, Herbert T Coleman
Wnng the various law enforcement and his cohorts Want to IIpl.'nthe cane Dora, and to extend a In constant communication of
efforts -
expended by flood gates of Immigration flftwvHle' Coleman! McNcnl of | It
Red Cross and other heartfelt thanks to all who cooperated with In North
agencies, fire departments com This Hart.Cellars Immigration every community Chflifmaf\ ; Frames Rovillard ofMime
munity organizations and public utilities reassured area so completely with the Brevard, with reports being made ,

residents that everything humanly possible was being donein Bill culture would withan' swamp Invasion. American of unwanted North Brevard Red Cross in its every few minutes from each of Dlichifgei Gloria Sieber |

the threat of the storm. operation the eight mobile unit cruising Millie Pauline Myerg, Annette
nationalities and would At 8 8
and that two close blows in two short p m on September throughout the Bain
We hope trust our area Edna Louise Barnwell
tho
McCarrcn- Walter
destroy aeven Shelter were opened!; REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
weeks fills our quota for some time to come but, should it Immigration act wtitten.by two Charles Maxwell, Beverly I ,
all were in the Brevard School
not, ,let's brace and batten downagain well knowing that conservative Democrat and' With the execution- Orlando Tltusvlll Star'Advocate Inc. Jacobson, Irene E Hagig, Mary 61 ISO. WASHINGTON

these 'vicious ladles' are no respector of person or thing and adopted by a Democratic" Utilities and' the First Baptist ..t hii.ti...< issePubllihd Jane Demote, Curtia Taylor 1 TITUSVILLE AM 7-0131
are Just as unpredictable.Common trolled* Jamea Edward Gokee, Debbie 1 1H
Congress President Trw Church of Scottsmoor. Those .. 1\
; sense and sound.judgment, such OS exhibited t man vetoed the act in order tolain' Schools Gibson, Coquina Moml* Fridays TWmlitndivi Mull Terrl lean Moquln of Tltuiiville I- I
here this week In the protection of life and property pay, Ur Tltuivtlle AtuAi1voi' : J.mel J Thorns,
favor with I foreign born Dayvlew, Mim Elemental/ \ t., ln.. .
e -- )
hugtaivdends'While the wrath and devastation ( Dora f I --- -- ------ r--- -
{ o minorities, put CorirtMt, poised and Cuyler were opened i* Al IIM BullUIn Mi..dvo..te I .
was loosed t! on St'; Augustine$ and Jacksonville, remember: the act ovef Hi* ,veto shelters by the Principals of SS Main HtrMt II
it could but luckly didn't, have happened here. Dill Tituivin. ri*.
The Hart Cellars (S 1932, each school Their secretaries or SI7SOHatiry !

HR 7700)), would end all Immigration teachers became registrars for i I
H Huitimit Pm.
BIBLE CONFERENCEBEGINS
restililions and\ permit the people entering the shelter, Mri Hurl 0 Hltilio. V-P.
A Job Well DoneThe unlimited entry of any number staffs prepared food, and their Robert H. Hud..... ..""J.T.....

of immigrants rom Africa, Red janitor were on duty to lend .roDI-CI... poit.tt paid at TltuiMKMHKKi .
ylllb 1"10.1010.
China, or any other area acrvicea where necessary. To
Titusville Recreation Department and its young SUNDAY AT
Lyndon Johnson is supporting all of these people, we! as citizens FI"ld. C.... Ao.rlf: '
Miller '
director, Jack ore to be congratulated: on the a
pro- .... .
this measure in an apppul for of North Drevard and from Nnllim.l Itltlla.lal | ||"
gram* offered residents of the area during the summer votea from American of Italian, the Red Cross Disaster Chair- H.nrr II. HudMa. Publl.htf

;months.In Polish, Greek and Serbian ancestry man, goes our undying thanks. David Robert H. Hu.Uon.. .RUM: .
FIRST CHURCHOF
clubs Dunn Aclvartlnliit MT" BAPTIST
organizing teams, leagues, etc., and meeting
and for additional labor These shelters were stuffed by Wllllam a Lyrrly, ClrcuUlloa I Mir.vsTIrn .
with various other groups to assist in formulating and coordinating union backing
registered nurses by your Red : ran. missaraled
programs, the Recreation Department has automatically A flood of Immlsrants would Cross Food wan purchasedtotally hid. will bo rocrlved hy
Ih. .
llo.rrt of
County CnmmI .lon-
conducted a well-rounded public relation program provide unlimited: "cheap lafxH1" and completely for these ... up until J 48 o'clo11 A.M.,
*of untold value to the city. Mi>pti>mhf" >r 21 mi In the Com-
to threatenwager structures.Mf she Her Red Cross: minionrr.
by your I trrving Room In the Court
Operating on the: theory that a person wh 1t II doing! : Worklngman, why not approximately 3123: meals He,.... Tltuivllln. rinrlila. for: MIMS
something he or she likes is usually in a happy frame of A Huts Hxpun.lon faxm Onnfratur -
write your Senators and yourConlll'l"lmt'n Tl. e shelters remained open aomuintx with mind,, the Department has endeavored to design a and IW Kullnni of
program' t Icr oppose" this lIutCl'ltars until early Thursday morning, high tupiinilon foam
of activity for every interested group. Immigration Bill? For at which time they were clearedIn Th. Uenor.tnr moot h. r'llohl" GUEST BIBLE TEACHER
al
produclnit 6WIO cubic fniit
While some still conform to( the theory that recreation "votes" your job may be at order that school might beheld of loam per mlnuio with
programming should be left to individuals, all will agree alike. faun tubr..ttaohaL
At the peak of I
registration All "Mill to IM mirkxl' .n nutId -
.
that few .groups are strong enough financially to build and The following story, told by there were 99: ? people in the ..f ....to..... Bid furOnorrator"

maintain facilities and hire personnel to keep pace with the Fletcher Kuebi'l, should remind shelter n would not be ThD HMMI .....n.. 'the rightto ADRIAN ROGERS

ever-expanding municipal recreation program so necessaryfor the people 01. 1940 voting possible to Include the names of ID r.J(IM wt*.any and ill bl.lMrpt ..

the area on a year-round.basis. scandal. Mr. Kuebol came upon all who served so unselfishly In JOR': H WIPKIIAM

Recreation is a way of life for everyone from 3 to Pedro and asked: the mannln gof these shelters, ('HAIIUUNJUA rHI or roi'NTY ..... *-

93 and a necessary ingredient to keep' emotionally, 'Tedro, why are you crying?" but to laY the least their good COMM1eeiONxnt.BNRVARIt. : tOl'NTTftrpt ., r HEAR THESE TIMELY J

physically and morally healthy. Pedro: On account of my ness and kindness will not go rLnniIA It. IS IFH\ I IM4 r PROPHETIC MESSAGES
Support your city recreation program it is designed father, SenofKuetxl' unrewarded it

with you and yours in mind and is one of the best ambassadors : Why Pedro, your To Individually and rollectively The Rapture

of good will this or any other city cnn boast. other's been dead 11) years. as your Dmnster Chairman The Great Tribulation
Pedro: That's Just It, he came r extend my deepest thanks and HAVE KIDS ? i
it
bark lure. and vote for Lyndon appreciation. May God blrss The Battle of

A Grueling PaceThe Johnson and no come see me" you. 't ArmageddonThe
Mri C M Knlrtka
The Rev Arnold F, Claus *
--- -- Second
Coming I

record construction pace underway here In Brevard Of Christ I
County shows no signs of letting up and home building Is! on |

the increase over, a year ago( when over 9,000() homes were I WISH TO TAKE The Signs Of The Times :

built in the county. The Millennium

While this tremendous growth Is reflected in every

area'of the county, Titusville has definitely taken over the THIS OPPORTUNITY Resurrection Bodies'j

lead in this first half of 1964 with value of building permits The Final t

issued< here practically doubling those of any other munic- Judgement
FAMILIES WITH KIDS *
in the MORE Heaven 4
ipality county. 1 1. To
express appreciation to the
my PAINT THEIR WALLS WITHSHERWINWILLIAMS
As broken down by the Brevard Builder's Exchange Hell

Titusville's permits include 437 homes, 50(1( duplex and of
people Titusville who .
apartmental units, 51 public buildings (schools and churches) supported -

for the period January-July, 1064 Record breaking totals: In SUPER KEMTME
and voted for in the t
the :first three months of 1964 accounted for most of the me pat SEPTEMBER I3lh Ihru Nth

ITS GUARANTEED
apartmental projects. t
'(his enviable construction record and the accompany City Election WASHABLE

ing employment picture combined with the Federal constitution 2 SERVICES DAILY 9:30: AM & 7:30: PM
FItI..nar1t8..
contracts on Meritt Island Launch Area, places
2. offer awn enyonm.ekt
Titusville leader with still To CONGRATULATIONS to
as thejindisputed greater thingsto wash
!
follow. -.t 1M en ieh DRIVE NORTH ON U.S.1 TO BLINKER IM'( MIMS-
:: : Kern-
A s we further gear for this leading industrial role a\J\ Bob Feeney, our new City Council eew '. J
Tone WEST ON NO. 46 TWO
segments\ of our economy, through planning and cooperation, Come : end BLOCKS.
will benefit and expand to serve this growing area. Whileour member from District 3. see ei.f, I

growth has been phenomenal, the best is yet tl)' come Brevard Paint! & I NURSERY REV. .JOSEPH E. BOATWRICHT ,

and holds promise of a wonderful continued growth for the 'f PROVIDED PASTOR

City of Titusville JO", 7Pa cn.ieesnedfE'P
Titusville' role is clearly a major one and also demanding Decorating Mr. Rogers Will Be Heard On Radio WRMF 4

,. may we meet the tests in a manner and spirit ((0' better known a* "FLUORIDE GRIT) If SHIStWIN WILLIAMS PAINT
befitting the Space Age which if our new lifeblood here in f 110 S. WtiMneHn AVMHMh (Dial 1050)) DAILY 745.800: : A.M. .
Brevard. thane 261m.1r t


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Md", ........., 11, 19M __.TJfu.rTfU Florida( ) StarAJvataH Flail New Baptist ChurchTo .from. Stetaon Vnlverafty BS.D.I I lad
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De Constituted tl.1 i Theological l S4M tnary and iaiaHh > I I I" e $Mpit-iJM il SwJ! t :

I Official Vote TotalFinal The public is cordlaMy tovited leaching glade. stwkntt atBtemmtof. / -

to attend the cuitiilUlKyi .**- ,CoqUIM School in

vice e f the First Bafttaf Church' Indian River Ct.

official totals ill TBM' ctncU M ektctwn day but also 282. t. total 283 erf Attrantia on 94andifjy. 9 'f!em- I

day city council and fluori in the absentee toting. District 5 Wendell Seas SOU. her 13 1964 at 1:M p,m. Tin

I datmn voting, at canvassed by Dr. Young received 1253 voteson 18 total 887: George Barley! 579 service' will be KM I its a l rm'r Too; Laft To Classify W 0

. the council members Wednes. Tuesday.. and 19 absentee ballot 15. total 594! : Theodore Ito bins .restaurant. buikUnf on the corner -----
LOST
day, show that t>r. Glenn Voting for a total of 1,272. 584, S. total WO: Robert Young of U S. No. I and )....h.h". ,
.US'S 17 JEWEL watch
Elgin
c t was top vote getter not only In The official total, with the 3M S. total 387: Jayhugh Lfut. Road nine mile\ north! of Titu t
with
Spiflthol twMnm! hand
the balloting at t the three pre Tuesday voting. absentee votes, w'I(1r. 261, 1. total 262: Joe Men rillc SALE! WICK 600D SUNDAY I MONDAY
.
Reward :2672047MORTGAGES! :!
and total votes In that order follow telsohn 24. 0. total 24. CAPISTRANO

IN TAR: ('IR't'rT COCKT or' : Fluoridation' For 669 1R. total its charter inembeis'' r
TUB !NINTH! niOlAL/ (II K- Among WIN A 1965 THUNDERBIRD!
(LIT IN AND MK HKKVAHU,,I District 1 Dr, Glenn Young, 587: Against 1.448. 23, total 1.471. are. : Mr Hunter Duke. Mrs I' PLANTER

(COX HA'NTT\ClRr, PIORIDA NO 2TM I 1253, 19, total 1,272; Annabelle Sylvia Heriidon. M,. and Mrs I ABSOLUTELY "FREII-NOTHIMQ, TO BUT .
THk 1 HPAMKVfl BANK FOR Finn 426. S, total 431; Dick daughter Jo a) a. ttto.lrM
BAVIMM NKW TURK IS THE CITY Or Spangler 368 6, total 372; George Real Estate Ann Lester Mr.Moody and) Mrs and Alvin: Pedir .I I Jut inp tMi ...,..., fill Hit, M4 Jp'"lt 'InI aa..nubs eNrb, 99cMN.a
I .bo .. M rit Icks**) DrtKj
contort r
PlllntlffM5TFR I Arnold S17, 1. total 318, Daphne David I FHA-Conventional your a-Ira. WAS Trae
"/. ion and Rev and Mrs I win, tutor
Karantinos Theofanidia 149, 4. St.f.. YN seed Nt''" ikrttMt to
!: R. KART. at u DvffnrtinU.MtTicic *. total 133, Millard Finch 103, 4, Forum Is For GrintT This group since has ben tootl I III'Il'etil'll I For Lowe Mafvs and J M immy ,...... .. yM wMt. Jtnt nk fW yourIre
OK NILE together
NOTICE It HKREHY GIVEN total 107; Lewis Leonard 40, 0, Plantation 0 J <'"'rM cyst, rmt) TM vIsit yew Eckerd lk
Ik*I on the Kim Any of Hrplrmhrrli4 total 40.Di.trIct. May. The Indian River I Load l knit. "1 Drag $ ort.
it 11:110: A.M. it the male Estates Inc has donated
"lt>nr of lha Courthouse of Brvvird 3 Robert Feeney 1. Realtors .
County 11 Tltun! 'HI.. FlorM thiunitimimd OnlyThe two acres of land within the di I George M. McCutehanIN ___ CURD DRUG STORES r.._
total Tom Gru 740,
dirk will offer for 136, 13 1,149; g
ml. to the hlfhtat sad .b..t bid. I 18 total 758; Jack Larks 39S S. velopment for a church site FREE! 19iS& Ford Thunderbird FREE! tS
Real
Are fir cash ih. followln ilcrllwd Estate Forum an Rev Griner recently called M.gnella ft. 1.7-7171
. rest[ properly: total 400; Thomas Lookabaugh
flounced in
Wednesdays Star
Lea ii. mock AA SILVER as pastor has a BA, degree! I NAMI a.uaa411esotnna..er
PINE KSTATKH! BECTION' Advocate, sponsored! by the I

4 tnmnf'A. according ,to the fill North E-evarct Board of Realtors ADDRESS annauaaaaa..aa. .
p ai rwonlrd In PUt &
Hook 18 Part 117 Public K..corrti B E Occurs Is for Realtors only and notrealltenta Sam
JanoverINSURANCE
1 of Hrtvird County, Flor CITY .. .. .. .. i . .. .
Idl according to commit.tee TOYO CAPS

." to..h.r lirammrntn(with. fKturvi ill itrucluroi., appllancM Im, While Shutdown chairman Floyd Stone ; o o !TAT[ .. . PMMINNS . . . Beautiful a dlorfol! _
k and closer(rouse es on said land The course which begins Mon. WILL M Hll Tf. es T. t*. IM4
or uud. In injunction( therewithThli port cal, f< r 12
day night, Sept 14. 7:30 to 8:30 -- -
ml' u mil. purauant lafinal : : : AND l
JWQ All (l ns
decree of 10..lo.u.. *.ntfr..d p.m.. will conducted en seven i cta
.
In nt-try a'tlan No. 2I7M 'Dora'Culprits t
For
now 'prmllnf : the Ciroutl 'null consecutive Monday evenings at REAL ESTATE Yf11faY.YwascOvE ONE w
nI"v :
mil for County. Flur. till Citizens Bank CommunityRoom / ,

Ids.DATED I : THIS 101 h day of Kent' took advantage of I 70, TltuiTllU PEPPER 'TACKLE
BLACK '
ember, IW4Tt'!KTIH. R BARNES Dora'* wrath sometime Tuesdayor A very able list of Initructors $0 Phone 267-7319 I}

tlwk of IDI> ( Ircull Court Wednesday and broke into has been secured for these sessions 210 So. Washington Java

t 2 I By. Allot M. ClM MiHimonDtpuly the office trailer of Houdialle by the Associates Committee I ;ii.. A "1'm At ArenrAa I'ourPh '4' 1..L Clift pprt" c DEPARTMENT

'j ; AMOFReoN Court: Sri I"), RI'IIH. Duval Construction Co.. locatedon headed by Mr, Stone ground blockp.pp.rR.q,1 6
DEAN: ft lOWNUfrgAll N A S A property at the -- ------- - -
rosy. for Plaintiff) : 1.Sc SPECIALS!
NASA south of Titus
Causeway
list hiat trntral lioulevar<.
Orlando.NrpL II. () irldi1M4) ville and made off with hundreds 1 n.lml1 .IHi aauno ..ir. ...... 1141c r-

of dollars worth of equip' -u Jt --- e
.. SPINNING OUTFIT
"I1'U'K tllft ""
II...." hldn will" b. reeelvd. Mills I ment. '
Hoard or Lnuniv, Commliuloor : Locks were cut on the office I INTRODUCTORY SALE! ( 4104 ..>.). MI...... 0.....
until I 45 o'clo k A. M. In
up <
inn Limiinlul.nen. Room ""1.1. trailer and utility shed near the K"a:: = la.a iplaalaaj ml I wild lift- 1
finrrr *4. IRIS at the courthouse IRW 1 ,.. Mnlaa warranty 14)) I
In Tltu.vlllf. Plnrliln, for: trailer sometime between 3 Cap. HtMlaiar! I.ft. .,1..1.4jr4)
One lit fire. truck, : lw>4 moilclto p.m. Sept 8 and 7 am Sept 10, ) .l.k Shad ml Mat.
be hid I upon itcmtlng to
neolflaatloni. which will b* and numerous special made SAVE A OLLAR
ivillalila al llrni,ml (nunlr ... $22.95 TJ029
11,7. c
tools, valued at
bridge
Dint, Nn, 4 nflle", writ nf 620lo.oi : approxl 2 3 I L
Florlll, mately $2,000 were taken also .*riol. ton LIST .
All IIMi to be. marked: Hid for '
one Hi Fire.. Tnuk typewriters adding machine intl. ; -R4)f. MeIMlll
..... ...
The in re Hoard)...t any m anil nil tile Mill right. and calculator valued at ( I was, auan ..>'. ...... S/I4I SPINNING OUTFIT
JOE H. \VICKHAMIIAinjIAN proximately' $!VSO ..
-- --
(' ap'l #. Pilal Opal. t.. talnaliar
HOARD OF COHNTT One engineers transit *.l and. ttHXI Caps. PliK.ItMltr s
COMMISNIONEItmRHEVAHD: !COl: : NTTFl approximately $800 and one en o ( OJIION __ on 4,h. tflaulM, r.4.
.ORIUAHcpl gineer's level, value $428 were! d
18 \ 1M4IV 51T.95 99
11 i 1)\.1>
also taken
NAIL FILE $
TifF I: THFl NINTH CIRCUIT JI'DICIAL('<) '|IT TIR Or, The office equipment was owned M LIST .

4 HT Of' PLOIUOA, IN AND by Houdialle-Duval Corp

.CHANCERY'on 'ftnvvAku! .: NO ivn 211211MITK '' UTTY and, the tools were owned by rVunom R. e r. high'' Garcia Reel Lube

K Of Silt the U S Government v+ II .I lit l s>r.ftt"l.ii.l lttylt 13 C
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f-rTJFRAI MORT
GAGE AtAOrlATION NATIONAL! a oerpnr !j jatloa 1-ln. nail flU-10 SILLS(

.. ..orcinlanl ind ailMhiii unit JI Citrus Escapes Harm .Iu.. 25
r Act n( Conirrna tinriainlto I
tbo. Frnloral. Nitlonil) Mnrtann.Awoclatlon I Y (1)05) 1 en.. s.oM, Mr0 1114. lEG I0,
Charier Art hailultin I From Hurricane Dora i .
.prtirrtr.il offK In the Cllv olrialntlff iEliR1t111L71/ JfATATd:!
W..hln.lo 1..1. of l'olumhtn. I LAKELAND (AP) -
Florlda"1) -
s.l ea. rich citrus belt-chewed PENCIL R I., Ilan 1 110 WI
l) RAYMOND. .HNRT ADIUNA, Hurricane Clro HTHE BEATLES 29 .\
anil HI BY i ADKIVR. hli) wirTHKODORB / two weeks TABLET Jtte t bin 111
t .1111 A KUNHOITX escaped( Dora a powerful 1'0-1 fheePs m. .... 4ft,
.
and MARY ANN KH.VHOLTXtill w alp
l wifeBTATR with a minimum of damage rw .

.1 4 TOl RUBY OF J FLORIDA. ADKINH Del.nd.nta"' whnaa growers Florida say Citrus Mutual said WATERING' PITCHER lal)...JV r' >ni"<:Wa 49t }

L ./d.n li imn W: Clinton < BlMII* IfiVtriM
') Lndlaea Thursday the major problem .
may -
f youl'l\::; : .n.O; that a result from .
lull hue Oren flied tiniest. boo" yet standing water tlr ar.
In lha ibova antltlrd cam and which can rot young tree roots! I .

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''f I re0e 1 rirutvlll. (Florida{ ) Star-Advocate Friday, September 11,1lN Chrysler Wives



r Luncheon The Chrysler Wives'Wed Club will r '''round town I IPhODe


have \their luncheon Wednesday,

September 18; the social( hour
WitA Netoa And Notao wll/t
beginning at 11 and luncheon 267-3994 barbara car on

/ North &evard11'j served at 12.Entrrtamment. -

will be a pro One of the newest "newcomer" "Autumn Fashions", an adorable Igible college graduates with the I

gram presented by Mrs Kate families In town are the John group of youngsters to model purposes of their organization

% Dwillcy,. long time patron and Tylers of 2909 Ivy St, who "back to school" fashions and Mrs. Curtis Wherry's lovely

/ pertoimer at Indian River Players moved here last month from still another group of models home at 227 Briirwood Lane will I \

She performed In last sea Garnet, Kansas. John and Mary for an unusual grand finale( thatIs be the setting for the Sunday

son s presentation of "Harvey". Lynn have four children, Timmy sure to be a surprise to everyone afternoon tea. Invitations are being

Tht program wiU be comprisedof (I), Carol ((7)), Robbie ((5)), and mailed, but anyone Interestedmay

University x musical accompaniment to Chris ((4)), who can boast to their phone Mrs. Charles Rhodes,
her ',clever expression. young friends that they have Proceeds from this event will membership chairman fur further

Evtrv Chrysler wife i la invited lived in several foreign coon help the "newcomers" put drapes Information. A.A.U.W.

Women To Hear 0 to torn the club. A membership tries.As. on the windows at the Bre- members will hold their first

C.Y I drive is now underway and an employee of General Electric yard County Juvenile Supervision meeting of the fall season next

special effoit is being made to John and his family lived Center Youngsters at the Tuesday evening at the home of

Mrs. Fisher r.t' contact all wives in North Bre- In Morocco for two years, in Center are enjoying a television Mrs. Louis Nail 121 Barna Ave.
set donated recently by the =
r vard Tripoli, Libya for one year, In
The club enjoyed the talent Turkey for six months and in Newcomer Club. Although the Mr. and Mrs. Al Mason, 2701
The Titunvllle Branch of the Center hat been referred to
of Mrs Jane Jones, member of Germany for three months John South Circle had some guests 'I r
American Association of Univeri- many times as an "Institution"or out" the effects of Hurricane [
Cocoa Beach Toast Mistrcsi remained in Germany for seven "riding
Women will x. # "detention home", its Inhabitants
ity the 19M65
open
Dora at their home the
Club at the August luncheon. months while his family returnedto
season on Tuesday, September : +. Mu Jonci is an active member the stales Mary Lynn especially are children who need past few days. Mr. and Mrs I

15, at 8 p.m at the home of Mri. r t Ii the (community and contributes ( enjoyed her stay in Europe a great deal of love, attention, Crandall Bryant of Greenfield,

Lewis Nail, 121 Barns Ave, with zr her abilities to the Cocoa and felt living in the various supervision and guidance and we Mo., were here while enroute to

Mrs. Joseph Mathcny as cohostess. eft1M Beach Toast Mistrcsi' Club and countries was "very interest can be thankful they get It there Key West to visit their daughter
thankful there
be
Mrs Thomas W. Jetton, e a G is a 45th precinct committee woman ins", but "there's no place like just as we can like the "New and family. The Bryants didn't

president, will preside. She brief home." are organizations care much for "Dora" and said ,
gave a
synopsis Club" who striving
are
comers
they didn't think they would visit
Guest for the of the trial and tribulations to nuke it more "like home"
speaker evening Mary Lynn brought back several a Florida, In the future, in September
will be Mrs. Jeane fisher from of a speech contest contestant I items of brass from Tripoli, for the children -which they found out after

Melbourne Beach, a member of .......-.-.- .. .... and delivered her speech given three Turkish rugs, and some intricate Reservations for the fashion their arrival, was our hurricane
the Melbourne.Eau Gallic Branchof at the 1964 Toast Mistress' Council glass statuettes from how are now being taken by
NEW COUNCIL OFFICERS INSALLED- Leutwyl r. :dent Miss Doris Hooker season.Capt.
pres ; Speech Coolest
AAUW Mrs. Fisher Is I candidate Germany. The children have a Mrs. B. E. Morris chairman, at
for the school Board Pont Officers for the newly organized Titus standing for Mrs. Neal Griffith, recording The unusual table decor of delightful collection, of "Steif" 207-7835 and by Mrs. Raymond
vllle Council of Beta Sigma Phi Sororitywere secretary Mrs. Larry Robinson, corresponding Richard A. Mason and
Prior to the meeting, several of lovely artificial flowers In uniquely toy animals from Germany. Zanetts, 267 4043.()
installed recently during/( special cere ; secretary and Mrs. John Flynn, family, wife, Joyce, and children
the members will have dinner shaped containers were These are the widely known stuffed
monies at the Torch Club. From left are installing officer Four local 1 chapters Mike and Cara, Ire expected
with Mrs. }miier AAUW members made by Mrs. A Notary and animals that are so life like, s
who would like to attend Mrs. Paul Krone, civil defense officer; make up the new council, Eta Eta Chapter, the delightful program was ar you feel as though you are hold Pretty Susie LJndscy, daughter to arrive here today for a'.

this dinner are asked to call Mrs Mrs Dave Mason, treasurer; Mrs Bill Phi Beta Mu, Theta Omicron and Xi ranged for by the co-chairman ing the real thing. of Paul and Betty Lindsey, visit at the home of Capt Mason's .
parents, Mr. and Mrs. AI'
Jetton at 267 6906 for reservation. Myers, vice president; Mrs. Jayhugh Delia Mu. (Carlson Photo) of the Program Committee, Mrs. Timmy, Carol and Robbie attended 300( Key Largo, was hostess for Mason, 2701 South Circle They 'I ,

E Bret/ious: and Mrs. R. Koby, St. Teresas Catholic a back.to'school pajama party
are enroute to Ft. Sumter, S. C
,
;. A list of programs scheduled Door last week for several of her
prizes were won by Mrs School where Mary Lynn will where they will be stationed.
for the coming year will be pre Tips OfferedOn E. Brctzioui, Mrs. H. Loehr and soon be taking the Red Cross Instruction young friends.! The girls enjoyed

tented by Mrs Charles Hales t Mrs J Blalock course to be a Blue playing games and staying up Planning a party? Just return
chairman. Lady. Mary is member of the late, which Is getting to be traditional
program Please call one of the following a from a vacation or have out.of-

Mrs. Charles Rhode, membership Preparing v+, for reservations for the Sc>P'1 rr,- Catholic Women's Club and a for pajama parties, and town visitors recently Or may I
ber luncheon. member of the S>t. Teresa'a had a wonderful time the next
chairman, will discuss final Mrs. K Adrian, be you're celebrating an anniversary
yep r y (Home and School AssoiUlion. day swimming at Fox Lake.
SU 3 4373
for Membership Tea. Fresh Mangos Cocoa Beach Mrs. T or some other special
plans a Attending were Nyma Benner,
McDonald When John Isn't busy at the
:.: The Tea will, be held Sunday, 2622300, Melbourne event. Be sure to call and tell us
I' Douglas, Barbara and '
.. >) Mrs. W Beck, 287-7433 Titus Cape, he spends his spare time Joyce about
special occasion. We
September 20(), from 2 to 4 p.m Mangos are now at their beet Belinda Burkett and Carol, Linda your
vllle, swimming, fishing or playing
at the home of Mrs. Curtis You'll)! find this delicious Florida- Softball football. and Sandy Green from Cocoa. love chatting with folks 'round '
or .
"." Wherry, 227 Briarwood, Lane. grown fruit plentiful In the A nice warm welcome to this The Green children remained in town. The number is 267 3994 andwe're

Interested market. Enjoy mangos fresh + ) Hospital Births new family and all the new families Titusvllle with Susie over the looking forward to talking I'
to YOU.
Eligible college graduates
and prepare them In a varietyof 'round town. Labor Day Holidays
"" In becoming AAUW ways to eat after the season +; ir' Recent births at Jess Parrish
branch members may contact Memorial Hospital:
is past Speaking of "newcomers",
Mrs. Rhoda at 267.3274 for In the rf A daughter, born Sept 1. to we The Home and School Association Service Guild
Home economists with have a very ambitious group of
formation. Mr and Mrs. !II.[ McWhite, llox of St. Teresa's Catholic Officers Entertained
Florida Agricultural Extension ,, r newcomers In town, the Florida
1394, Titusville. School will hold Its first regular
Service recommend, that you r Grectcrs Newcomers Club, and
A daughter, born Sept. 1, to meeting of the school year next Mrs. Douglas Barnhart enter
THS Cheerleaders pull the akin from thu mango, they have been real busy these
R Mr Monday night at 8 .m. In the tamed with buffet
and Mr*. W. Sumrall, 321Oaccola p a Monday
rather than peeling it off with past few weeks making big plans
Holding 'Car Wash'The 'rt ntr1 Road, Tltjsville. school All parents are urged to night the officers of the Wesley
,
a knife, to retain as much vitamin for a fashion show card party
attend the bylaws will be ( an Service Guild of the
A as Titlls-
daughter born
Sept. 1, to
Cheerleaders of TitusvilU A and vitamin C as peas( next Wednesday at Whispering!
Mr and Mrs. Larry Lee read and plans for the coming ville Methodist Church
High School are holding a 'Car ble. DANCE ENDS RAINBOW WEEK. A big dance recently"at Temp Hills Country Club
est, 840 Delano Road. Titusvllle. year During the evening officers
Wash" tomorrow Satuiday) Serve mangos/ fresh for any the Masonic Temple ended a week of activities for the They have selected several discussed ,.
A were assigned duties
daughter, born Sept;: 2, to plans were
models to show the
: Sept 12, at Phillips 66 Station meal during the day as an ap* Titusvttle RalAbcw ;iGifli And was the closing event for Jar and Mrs. James A. Kinnun- lovely new NASA Wives will meet next made for the coming year lowed

I and Riverside Texaco, on Wash pcti/cr, In fresh fruit salad, as a Rainbow WecK The Rainbow j worthy advisor, BarbaraZt'glt'r en, 212 Golf View Drive Titus Tuesday at the Act IV Lounge better understanding of

-: ington fiom 8:30: a.m. till deexr.M. Their unique blend of : and Mike Knight opened the evenings dancingfor ville. Elks PlanningLuau beginning with Bridge at 9 a.m. missionary programs at home

Proceeds of the 'Car Wunh' peat'h-pear flavor la tit its peak the young people. (Carlson Photo.) A daughter, born Sept 2, to followed by lunch at noon. Reservations and abroad. I

..: when the fruit li eaten fresh. should( be made before
I will go towards new uniform Mr. and Mrs. E. Gamble, 1372 Present were Mrs. Bob Linger
: : for \the cheerleaders. Drop by For an unusual treat for the Is better than ground ginger To have mangos the year Elizabeth Street, Titusvllle. I In New Monday with Mrs. Leo Walsh, vice-president; Mrs. Odctta
family, try mango nut biead.Mtnge Yields 4 'round, freeze some now for use 267.0453 of Mrs. Ike Rigell(; 267- I
: and get your car cleaned up and ; eta A daughter born Sept. 2, to Jacobs, secretary; Mrs. Reece
: '. at the same time help field a Nut Bread For an elegant dessert serve! (Ulir Mr. and Mrs Lee Elswlck, Box 3794. The Act IV is located near Bowen, treasurer; Mrs Tom

snazzity dressed group of cheerleaders 1/2 cup of butter or vegetable Mango Bavarian Cream. From Mangoi 722, Mlms. Area Saturday the Drive.In Theatre on U. S. Lookabaugh, secretary of pro

J at TITS gamer this lath shortening Mango Bavarian Cream Freeze mangos with sugar or A daughter, born, Sept 2, to Hwy No. 1. motion; Mrs. J. B. Griffin, soc

3/4 cup augur 2 tbsp gelatin sugar syrup Very ripe, juicy Mr. and Mrs Ralph Stokes! Box lal relations, Mri. Larry Dehm-
:2 eggs 2: eggs mangos muy bo frozen without 704, Titusvlllo. TUusville Elks Club is sponsoring The Ed Willises) of Ilamlm Ct. low, literature and publications;

'- HAPPY of cut fine sugar or syrup A a Luau at the Elks Lodge are spending a few days In the Mrs. Alverda Howell, missionary
2/3 cup raw mango: 1 cup milk boy, born Sept 3, to Mr. and
BIRTHDAY :2 cup of sided flour 1 Cup swcileiiMl l mango sauce/ Mango Shc'CS Wash and Mrs. James Lockrldge, 300 Key tomorrow night for members mountains after driving daughter education, Mrs Charles Clifford,
and guests Dinner! will be ser Diane in
to
;;; Queens College
1 t teaspoon of soda (ihillud ripe or green peel mangos./ Cut off slices Do Biscayne, Titunvlllo. supply chairman; Mrs. Mary
ved fiom 7 to 9 .m. and dancing Charlotte, North Carolina.
;: Ssturdiy, September, 13 1 tablespoon of linio juice 1/2 tsp vanilla nut blue off flesh near the seed A boy, born Sept. 4, to Mr. and will follow p Taylor, membership chairman;

1/4 teaspoon suit 1/3 cup cold water as this is unusually fibrous.] Mrs. Jerry Purser 37J Key Coral lifts Lyle Flynn, sunshine chair
= Mike O'Neill The Elks have been busy A membership tea Is being man. I
1/2 cup hopped null 1/2 sugar Pak Road TitusvilU.
cup For Sugar : Use I ,
Mrs Needhlm Bryan working on the picnic area at planned by the American Association The regular: meeting of the
::. Mrs Frank Johns Cit-ain shortening/ und sugar lilt tsp suit putt t sugar to 010 parts fiuit. by A boy, born Sept. 4, to Mr and the rear of the club building. A ( of University Women on Wcsleyan Service Guild will be
Add Eggs Stir In dry ingred 2 l t'-p lime juke weight Seal in nmlslure proof Mrs. William Spear, Route
Dolan E. Cantrcll Sr. I, new covered patio has been constructed September 20 to acquaint all el- held at I p.m. Sept 10 at the
Jimmy Baulerson lents, mango, lime juice. Mix all 1 cup cram or evaporated contulnns and freeze, Box 37, Titusvllle. plam trees added and home of Mrs. Lookabaugh, 2732

M- (together Add Mi. cup of chopped milk (whipped( ) Fur Syrup Piuk\ C'ovet A girl, born Sept 4, to Mr and new lights installed. Gallons In HospitalIn Country Lane. Co.hostess will be
Sunday, SepUmbir, 13 nuts Rake in a lost pan ut 379 Souk gtiutin ii. mild welts with cold To make
= syrup syrup, Mrs. C Msthls, 42S Rosehill Avenue A week from Saturday nighta Mrs Stanley Townc The Methodist
.ZZ James Baker degree F fur 1 hour. Do not cut Separate CURS und brat yolk. boil I '3 sups sugar to 2 cups Titusvlllo. special( steak dinner will be I Lake Butler Youth Fellowship will conduct

until second day Combine yolks wilh sutfur and worst A boy, born Sept 4, to Mr. and held. the program.All .
Juanita Baker Mr. and Mri. S. E. Callon,
The famous of India, milk. Add salt. Cook, In dote
H Ed Oaken cutnry For Pry Puck Pack Into Mrs. R. Lucas, 260 Coleridge: On Monday Sept. 21, the gainfully employed Methodist
Titusvllle In Room
ble boikr until of tard residents, are
sweet hot relish the
a uses mango
containers sad seal. Lime Avenue Tltusvillc. Indue will be host for the official women are invited! to become
::: Mrs. Fred Sellers e, Memorial In
King Hospital
the main ustenry Add gelatin and stir
: as Ingredient. Juico U raided if A burn visit of State Vice'President a part of this misoionary
Mrs. E. L. GoodwinU until dissolved Add chilled mango may to syrup girl Sept. 4, to Mr. and Lake Butler, following an auto
of the rivet Methodist
MI" C M. Mason Mango Chutney same and hm juice. CaL! dratted Mrs Natlunicl Lowe, Box 609, J. Hardic. accident in that town at 4 p.m. Church program For information caU

:: Sid Castaway 10 IIIIIII, |! firm, ripe mungos/ fo.i go Sauce Mims last Thursday )Ira. Barnhart.
.w 1 Mrs Minnie B. Jenkins 'i pint raisum, seeded 3 pints groan mangos, pfclodand Card Of Thanks A girl, born, &'pt 3, to Mr and Larry Tempests

-. P. E. Stamp
!ZT- Donald Gaidtncr N |phd, lime juke I lj cup sugar play I take; (this opx| >itunity Inexpreu Avenue, TiUuvllle. Have A Daughter route back to Tlturvllle' from THE DORIS LAMP SHOP

= Mis. Grace Carlton 1U'! cups blown auger 1 cup water my appreciation for the A girl, born Sept. 6, to Mr. Mr and:! Mrs. Larry Lee Temp Bethel!, Ohio, where they spent. lAmp Stv1ist.

Judy Gibbon 2 chili pepper (or ''i lop/ Stoum or cook green manitns support and confidence you gave and bin Willie J. Brown, ,,14 eat are announcing the birth of a several( weeks They wen 1C IMPORTS. I

::: Linda V. Mullls dried) in water until tender, Add me In this past City Election. Wagner Avenue, Titusvllle. daughter Lisa Susanne at Jell companied by their grandson DECORATOR

:2 garlic buttons, gialed sweetening and cook 3 minutes Ann Finn A girl, born Sept 8, to Mr and Farrish Memorial Hospital on Jim Callon. CUSTOM ';
-= Monday, September I 14 Mrs. Darrell Underwood, 1086 Al- Over SM te
Ionian fine
chopped lunger. September 1 I. The new arrival As a result of the accident the
:z: 1 (tap.. mustard aced Bursch ford Street Titusvllle weighed right pounds, three ,hNNrym
David Days When mixture: boin In thick- Visitors Cations will be In the hospital
1 tbHp celery' rd A boy born Sept 8, to Mr and ounces. She Is the (first granddaughter : All Slsesl 1
r r IH Branning Knight Jr. rn, (fold in stiffly beaten egg for several( more weeks. Mr C.I '
1 (hop ground ginger bin Pat Blumer sue Polnsetta Mr and! Mrs E W All Shapes!
-' whiles, uhippod, cream and van Mr and Mrs Thomas H Jor- of : Ion suffered broken ribs and Mrs
::: Mrs. J. Z SlieriiUn 14 tbp silt plat Pour into wet t mold, chill. don of Weston, West Virginia are Ave Titusvllle. ... ('a lion a broken leg. Jim I Injured Color!

;_;. fMchacl: ttt-rnard Sullivan !Paie and cut the mangos in Wht-n tlrm, empty on platter guests of their daughter ----- - -- -------- ----- ---- i a hand and his face but Is out THE DORIS LAMP SHOP

: Willu Moiford small plccts Put all Ingredients and serve with cookies Svr\fi Juhn tluruh. and Mr and Is back in Titusville. ra... I'. arexw 'Y. N. tu '
Helen Pulmulftr together in a crock or bo\\, I. 4 Io6. Jll Garnet; Ave Mn'l- n IIAoII rear 0.11: I'I.L .

Cover' and let stand overnight CERAMICSGOING I ; -
Robert Cxrikus
Cook next morning for three APPEARING '

Fred Hoffman hours. Scat In sleillued ja..... ] [ NIGHTLY

t Jar-ph G Bo-tnk Fresh ginger root, chopped fine MR. JACOB HANNEMAH OUT OF BUSINESS t
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Singliton Are at Dtiry Read TituivW. Mr. Hannem, International personality al the Sale Begins Weds Yea,1 1 pm, Sepl9 9 AT THE KEY BOARDA

SUNDAY SfllCXL( 10 A M MORNING: WORSHIP 11 A M 5
piano, hat Just returned 'from Chicago' Summer ALL SALES
FINAL fc CASH
EVENING WORSHIP 7'30: P. M.WEDNESDAY .

PRAYER MEETING NO: P M Theatre Circuit Mr. H.nn,m n hoe spent year accompanying (NOTE Anyone Interested la "Entire Bushes Call LA WOODY WOODBURY
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such person.lltl.s ft Metropolitan i
A Young Church Growing with the old Coapot l lEvtry i Uow..o
Opera star Thomas L. Thorn and other equally Sony Wl AM MOVING TO i JOIlOlOO'S ,
; 4th Saturday, Singing MO: P. M.
ALL FORMER HOUSTON, TIXAS, HAVING ""r. ISlti
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Friday, September 11, 1H4 Tlfusvllle (Flerldi) Star-Adva.t. Pat. I r Life Underwriters -= TldM .
------ Firearms School Is Scheduled Highway Pafrol High Low
Postpone MeetingThe
Indian River City South Titusville Area News

Life Underwriters meet Has Busy August Saturday September 12 1
For Law Enforcement OfficersA ing which was scheduled to beheld 12'25 a.m. 64t:. u.m.
1 1:07: p.m. 7 18 p.m.
Firearm School sponsored l ins. prone. silting! wl'ak.hand Thursday, Sept 10th, has, The Brard county unit of Sunday, September II

"West Virginia Day" PostponedFrank b) Sheriff Leigh S. Wilaon will barricade and strong.arm bawl been. rescheduled for announced ThursdaySept the Florida HiihwaPatrol| In. 1:12: a.m. 7:35 a in200pm .
17th, it was
v estimated 1S6 actiilints duringthe
be hl'ld.t the Police I I'i-\tol\ rail in timl'll.nd rapid fire, : 816pm.
today by L. P, Cain of State month of August In whichone
t Range on Barnes Blvd. In RII'k single action and double action Monday, September 14
(Trader) Spears of 221 ledge on Sept 29. 30 and kl.t tI firing Farm Insurance CompaniesAll wan' killed and 00 Injured 2.07 ".m. 8:32 a,m311pm .
life insurance agents are and, properly damage was listedat
Tuacarora Avenue, informs 1964 9:18: p.m.
:
us All Rievsrd County ShI'riff'1D'pt.
y urged' to lake pal'In these $73,Mil,
\ that Sunday, September 27, will Morning sessions will be conducted deputies and agents will .
held
a
meetings which are once The 15 BrevirJ Troopers effected
be celebrated by all the sons from S '.m. to 12 noon, be required to attend and to BACK TO COLLEGE
month, Cain stated 4ii6 arrests, I tanned 319
and daughters of West Virginia, with afternoon sessions from 1 officers of
qualify Commanding warnings, recovrred one stolen Mr and Mrs S. A. Faulk returned J
un.etr + to S This school U open l West instead of p.m
as Virginia Day both uniform amt: Intelligenceunits vehicle and rendered assistant> early this week from
Sept, 13 as planned law enforcement officer( i iiT will to It that each With Aircraft Wing
wo '
to motorists In 491 casts, accord, Charlotte, N. C, where thejf acrompamed \
The celebration will be held in Brevard County. tnemlMrof! his command attends '
to Lt W. Randall RobinoomDriver'e their daughter, Lynn
Inn
Marine Lame Corporal Lion
Blanton Park, Titusvillc, and : eF FBI Agent John Edwin and assistants the school and will' forward
o iei \ ard J. Chuichmun. Jr, sun of license examination to Quions College( when ale
weather permitting, it promises .. will act II instructors 'I sions to the Sheriff upon completion .
Leonard J. Churchman of 643 wire' filxen to 2US( Iteration durIng will begin her sophomore fear
to be bigger and better than "w, Targets and ammunition will of the sthool the month -- '. --.
be furnished for the Sheriff'sDept Key Largo Indian River City,
ever. personnel Other departmenta is serving with the Third Marine According to the monthly report If you have rental
Spears is general TO JOHNS HOPKINS
manager these IS Troopers wnikedSTRS
will be ref Aircraft Wing at the El Toro
participating list it in'
and superintendent of this hours and Imclrd 47, housing,
quired to furnish tht'lrIt Dill Sehenek, son of Mr. and Marine Coips Air Station, Santa 987J
movement when all West Virgin nuUs during the period | The Star-Advocate!
lana in Central Florida come together weapons and ammunition ISO Mrs A. K. &henck of 112 Dos Ann, Califlltlieopters. -
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to celebrate their "West rounds per man Is required for i It'r AMwill leave next week\ transports. and

Virginia" Day. Even if they did r each participant Cross-draw for Baltimore whet he will re. jets of the wing provide air sup

I not know each other before the holders will not be permitud, same his studies at John Hopkins poit t to the infantrymen of the LOST MISPLACEDLast J

celebration, it goes without sayIng This school will consist of tut a'* Uimei'ily Ha will be a First Marine Division at nearby or
arms safety instruction and I
sophomore
Camp mMon, Call
that at the end of the day I
Practical Pistol Course The PPOwill
,everyone knows everyone else consist of yard hip shoot I -- April the Projector at tho First
A son of the Mountaineer
I State Sears stalled this move t. I Presbyterian Church was used, and it seems
e !Mrs, Joseph Rothenburg, 6oO
ment some four or five years Cleveland Avenue, for all windows MOTOR LOBBY that it has never been returned. The church

ago, and from a small begin. : and doors were barracad I ELEVATORS DIRECT TO ROOMS witj bo needing this during tho Fall and
,. fling, they look for about 2.000
id with "Ann Finn" signs, In FREE ATTENDANT PARKING
Mountaineer Men and Womento Winter season
atinctively we thought that An"l SINGLE ROOMS SUITES
get together next Sunday, .inn'l headquarters bad

The picnic officially will com- the Rothenburg home, MODERATE RATES Information is desired regarding this

'I'( ,, I mence at 11:00: am An innova However, we at once realuid CAFETERIA' DINING projector. Anyone knowing of its present
tion this year will be that the that i
these signs were on good'
I Slate of West Virginia Flag plywood boards 4 x 8 ft and it n ROOM AND LOUNGE whereabout is asked to telephone tho

will be flown along with the I TELEPHONE church office Rev. Chas Batos Mr.
was an expedient and InGt'ninU.1use 573.45211 or or
American Flag at this function, II f.. to which the past electionCigna a ONCE OUR GUEST ALWAYS OUR GUEST Carl Boyd. ,
I' Frankie saw to it that a State had been put

flag would be available. _._
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Another innovation will be a -

soft.drink stand, operated by GRADUATE FROM CUBBING-David Crocker, left, and

,l', the Ladies of the IRC Little Lea- Robert English, have just graduated from Cubbing into

gue, who will dispense soft the rank of Tenderfoot Scouts in Troop 310. The proud

drinks at a nominal price to all mothers, show with these boys. along with their Den

.' the thirsty ones on hand. Mother, Mrs. Helen Hopkins, arc to be congratulated on

the job they have done in helping the boys along the NAY/liDO TAM'DIfl;
Elections and Hurricanes road of Cubbing
While the ladies on duty at

District No, 4 precinct last Tucs 'everyone in this County was dm. On one or two occasions, for a

,. day at the Civic Center, had to cussing Hurricane Dora. matter of minutes, the power

I slay at their posts from 7:00 Next week another workshopwill wont off, but thanks to a (farsighted .
aim, till 7:00: p.m. and then an be ht'ld.t Mrs Currey'ahome. organization. crews restored A / Our Qtexaii) Drug

other hour longer to virtually The participants will electricity within 10 or rJore

"balance the books, hurricane work on new Ideas In copper IS minutes =

warnings were rife all over aluminum and wood Any cit. It speaks well for the power

Brtvard County warning about l/.ins interested In these pro Company, the Telephone( Com .
the advent of Doia" juts! are invited to the WOI k. puny and Radio Station WRMF

Thoughtful Margaret Cooper, shop They do not necessarily that notwithstanding a howling
City Clerk of Titusville told the have to bo members of the hurricane, both power and com INDIAN RIVER (Rexal DRUG

ladies if they had pressing bus!' Homemikcn' Club, munlcation were available at all

ness to attend to, presaging the times We take off' our hats and I ,

advent of "Dora", they might Youth Ratty say, "Thank von" to all those .
take off for an hour or so, to get The Central Florida Youth who helped ua during this un

'V',., things lined up However, not Rally of the Missionary Alliance welcome visitation LET YOUR MIRROR BE YOURIS JUDGE. THE ONLY

one of the women' In the Polling Churches was held on Labor Dayat "IRP" PLAZA THE VERDICT GENII I 1111 I
1. station took advantage of this the Daytona Beach Alliance House Guoits
Choir of the _.. Your cem,'",." will live at.,ln by uiln, "'lh. vlll mate"JUAN, GRAHAM REXALL
their Church The Teen
offer and all to posts
tl who
Hekller
and Doris
till the close stuck 1st Alliance Church of Orlando Homer beautiful home at 375 RTe SO COSMITICS .n natures mot v.lud ,1ft l DRUG
rendered several numbers In live In a G I Nil will vanish that 'wlthcrtd Iron." Uh' and rtittri I It. dtwn's hiss .f ytuth STOREIN

Visit Miami song. The Speaker was Mike Die kins Avenue have had ashousegiKSts your Mn' POM IVIII net |feat 31.4 beers but 24 fours a dty.tt .
111'1'son
I Ann and Carl Exline and small Gregory, assistant Pastor of of Heidelberg, Mrs Pa Gladys, and Horner INDIAN Remember l leeedlness It peers (fee aiklng. L peer mirror |I"udf. peal

son, Cine, of 236 Boye Avenue, Daytona 's brother and sister.in law, Have you Veiled yourself NORTHBREVARD
lift (Labor Day) last weekend to Many teenagers and adults Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Heidlrr, RIVER CITY JEAN GRAHAM COSME TICS

visit Miami. While there they represented the various churches who stopped by on the last lap !
.
and good time of fellowship Avll bl* at IRP n u, Indian Rlvtr Hi sale Druti
visited the Sea Quarlum and! a of their vacation before reI
followed In the lunch hour and) urn'I I
Parrot Jungle, both of which Ing to Cstawba College In

wire very interesting They visited recreation period bury, N e. I
I' Crandon Park, and in s min Those attending: from Indian 1 [.lD
Last weekend all the>e \ 11 rand
River City were Kcv ..ntrs,I M1Fts.r.rrCOUPON J
lature railroad train Gene had host and hostess were __ f:
forward, Rebecca Forward, Jnln'l rrr COUGHCENTER
his first train ride, Roy e1 by II rnicr' parents Mr 1 1 RED TAG SPECIAL!
David White, Mr. and Mrs Park
Mrs\ Homer lleldler Sr who mesa ii WIw Jean Hat.
I Baptism Braden! Joanne and Michael I Good en any ef the following Itomsi
came over from Sun City after ,
Tablets .,.., AFTER BATH
The Indian River was again ilu.ervlng their 4th Wedding Annrensry I fl

the lovely setting for a Baptismal 'Dors"AppreciationWhile rigid/ snail,I st King's/ Inn SUMMER (CLOSEOUTS CM liblil cu.'1Nbiiog.ete LOTION
Nrn
Service as Rev Roy Forward, wind and rain over our anaevery Liter, during this same week' I Irml I f
pastor of the Christian and Mis Chuck and Rosella Sutl'11| i or. u oz.
thinking clti/in should pay '
sionary Alliance Church assist tribute t'j the heroic efforts! of from Sarasota dropped! In on our i On Famous Name Cosmetics teed $3.50
ed| by an elder, Hubert Smith, $2.00
the Civil Drfirme orgamzstinn, III'I"It'rl i ror. weekend visit I UNIQUELY YOUKS 20'e ..-'-
bupti/el, Dsvil White, IS, on 1I
ace:
the Red Crois, ml to the Titus They had what i IS known as a
'I' : profession of faith in Christ as ulle Police Department anlCounl "full" house f I when your doctor pr- I DUSTING POWDER rig 1.29Sc 1I -

personal David leaves Savior this week for Sheriffs office' who work ___ ,I 1 scribes 'for you ho takes I SUMMER COLOGNE: reg I I.IJO SOc: j jI
ed to help the less fortunate elt Now Use for tltction S ins Into eonsJderation your
High Point, N.C. where he will liens In their pretties mrnt In the late City, election( Ann I ,'to. riejJght, weight put I MOISTURE BODY LOTION rag I 1.(1)() SOc:

attend High School lie had spent The Titusville Fire /Dopart. Finn, one of the candidate bad history, present condition, tK.l0.S( OOl RID( TIC WCUtlRovleA
1 SPRAY COLOGNE 200()() $100
here and becamevery
the reg.(
summer lacton...
set and other
mont! the Indian River City Volunteer nary neat and kquite iIn.; many

... active in the Young Peo- tire Department, Radio nil over this cits and In Titus I that'I why your prescription I SWIM CAPS rtisj, I l.fJU to 0,\Oil)' 93c
pie's Department of this Chunh Station WRVf, the Florida\ I'ow villa asking the electors !to Vote I II nfquely'' ,..... Roxafl NATURALWONDER

j' lie Is the nephew| of Mrs, Char. tr and Light Cpntp y and: the for Anne Finn'" The election' U PharmsKisUUMthtum* I Men b Women

lotte Martin of MimI Swtticrl) Bfll Telephone Company over and we h"i" so is Dora I cart In preparing your prescription I SUN HATS rrst 1.U'!) to 3 INI 93c

all derve the thanks of In traveling around list Thurs- I Ida .Rayon our FoulPhirsnacltt I I 4.W.r Skis CareI
Warkaho this community for adequate and after the worst of Don was for prompt, BEACH BAGS and Oi. ..t, Sis Plus
I > tervlcs CARRY ALLS rg 3.W to 14 !09:) 11.19 .
Last Tunriay several! ladies excellent service throughout the mcr, we thought we were seeing ; ICIC\IrItI' perjonal Trial Si.

of the IRC Hume Demonstration. period of this storm thino st the horns ol Mr and i Yew Rush >he>rm. dub now known as the Homemakers rr.rrrr..rrrrrrrr.rrrrrrr1ID

Club. held a workshopat

the home of Mrs Ethel Currey FACTORY PAINT OUTLET Inc. ... .
at 244 Swift Avenie CANVAS BINDERS
.. 'LisTERINsVTTiTl
Ladles present were Nlta
BALDWIN SHOPPING CENTER
Prill-hard, Ann Workman Ellen: TAG SHCUll RID TAG SPIOAU Popular bury duly mdirt

Williams/ Murk! ) Graham, sol PHONE 267-3255 Revlon nth MM caseem floats'
..t. tie N.* Ultra I"'hC.'I9I" l
the hostess Choice of No three 1 1I
or
1 During this workshop. the lad '' T_-.( .. ieelai COLORCADDY '
eutsin IS' raft,
l I.s worked on ornamental bird- 'I now SHAVING
filhrk'a1f'lf out of reeds, -. ffiNo
rages
J ruN Iia.dLlptlcks
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I on marM je.clry and discussedthe ti CREAM
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decent..n< nl soap and how O ; I r euirrfo b9e t I 'm( onvin) n( y; ..

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I rtiteh aprons I $100 14 Oa.t 2 .. 79cIFw .y life;" .ke i.jndy, yrl>r in'

3341 The meeting was' friendly and |I !s >T1 S!: : Iii I'" oJ .. 119 toga' And most mprUr

t jnatrudinn.I, although the one 2Et MdUrn, Ir contain 1 I rota* .
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County Champs May Have Problems I Beach Closed Mon.




: Freshmen Hurting For WeightParkway Yitusvifle BeacR officially

closed Monday and stayed that
Jtfhfor Hlfh'i timed scurrying around end and they and fast, so what the coaches I way today all some minor aftereffects
Eighth grade Pinter, now pro. had another six: points. Bat, will probably have to do Is 1 play of Hurricane CHeo continued Star-Advocate SportsNEWS
moted to Freshmen, may hive Parkway' eannot rely en Clark their beets somewhere fill The to cause high' tides and
tomfieUlkin rougher this year !this year, he moved to New defensive line," Gaslln mild choppy waves.

than the fist two aetsons. Smyrna at the end of basketball beach, possibly Titus-
Also, when the youngsters are The AND VIEWS
Winning gamer like they hive season. He was the fastest eighth ninth graders, they make a uniform Ville'i last connection with the
for the last two. years, while grader tn the cMntf for 'two change After wearing I Atlantic since construction began .
!seventh end eigth graders may years and averaged at least two Merrttt Island
Minis shoes for two seasons, } the ,
not be m simple touchdowns a game during the they changes to cleats. To some I' Launch on area last year, closed ,... 1 tHwrrtH (Planes' ) SMgUvoeeta frldsy, Sp ,,,,,,., 11, W4

two years ago, whfle SeventhCradmr regular seison. this may make a difference. ; Labor Day with) a gigantic
they surprised! Earl, the absence of Clark I III the thousands .
In
every crowd estimated Sessions
i
Cirt, Parkway'a speed will still Grid
Rain From Hurricane Dora
Slops
coach tn Brevard when they only one reason. lie prevailing, probably stronger the largest during the 13-
easily won the County Championship The Eighth grade line was last an.around this than last week season. I
year
.J with an undisputed 60 fen year considered small in weight! Operated by th Brevard County
orl. 'Then, during their Eighth but it was large enough to serve Brevard's Champions In football Recreation Department under At Titusville High, Gibson And Parkway JH '

grade season, they were expected the purpose. According to Park for two years, basketball tot direct supervision of Rec
to make I repeat per. way Athletic Director Ken Gas- two seasons and track for two, 'Director Ralph Carter, the Titusville High, Parkway Junior practice Tuesday before the travel to Cocoa Monroe, Sept,
ftttnirtce and did, Concluding the Ito, the boys hate not gained/ a thcrc'i a possibility/ the Eighth beach operation is laid to be I High and Gibson High all .brunt of the storm hit, but missed 19 for their opener. Parkway's
reason with a t'0. tnrgle<< Dllnd, "That alone mikes might make a repeat performance I the best Titusville has ever had missed at least one practice session Wednesday when scbftol: %asdismissed. schedule has not been released,
Winning' game* wm etttng to H fweii," Gaslln Mid, "Because!! In all three, however, County funds were used for construction : this week: due to hurricane Light rata and! winds.
be a habit. last year we had one at the coaches seem most concerned of various facilities on Dora. did not atop the Terriers Thurs if have real estateto
Tti make a touchdown, all they smallest lines hi the county with first a winning football sea the beach which included dress Parkway Junior High, scheduled day. you

had \\o do was send Harvln Clark "The backfMd Is lug heavy 1tII. ing rooms, restrooms showers to begin( football practice Gibson High cancelled practice sell, or if you ate

and picnic tables, life guards Tuesday, the day school started, Wednesday and a rain soaked '
II ; Ilijlj and a refreshment center was rained out Tuesday and field delayed sessions wi Thurs looking for choke real
Carter said he plans to meet! Wednesday, then Thursday most day.The
with National Aeronautics and el the practice field was underwater Terriers open their se!- estate, use our classi
: u i Football Reserve Space Administration' officials missing a total of three ion here next Friday fright againstISanford -
Kelly Elected 200 Gridders At PJH to determine if It possible to days Tltusville High managed t to white the Bhr acts> lied columns.

re-open the beaches again next II.

11 President 111111 uiPrcfclcr. Tickets On Sate season.' The complete North ,

Parkway Junior Hi"h, North ,. and DaVtd Kh* toach Merritt Inland area is expected ,
Brevard's largest football anarchy the' Eighth grade team! Ellis Orders for reserved seat te close to the public in Oct. f'
Pit Kelly, a Cape Kennedymployec and home of two ronnt Wilr-y, .VawTord brake and Dan season tickets arc being taken ober. A hedge) gate is now under /, !
.
has been elected Prci- football championship teams, Gob y will Mack tM! :SetWitV Titasvllle High School, odcord- construction on State Road rs
: of the Tltusvllle Little Lea. 402, East of the Tltusville
sent began gridiron practice today The youngsters practice. from fig to Athletic Directortmd llead'
: tae Board eI Directors for the with ait estimated 200 Mays corn- 3 p.m. to Lao: pm, Football Coach John Oahf>*l. Causeway,

:ti Lithe! League season pet"mfi. Castta; said It tn ahrs,i heh>
Kclley has been associated Athletic Director Ken Ga; Tln ful when a large tftnip' <* twys The tickets, a bonk' ,wf ate, ea'
said the coaching staff has been turn out dot InotbaM, especially titles the buyer to I..rt home f Birds Broncos
;Hih the League!: for five years, ,
football' for n*lt1 $9 M,
enlarged to adequately Instruct alone all fit the county Jwntar games
':;';rvlnJ as I team manager, Peat aMtofi' tt
reserved
id( the
the youngsters, ki freparrflon high alii. use the two unit syitern. Meel ,Saturday InBawl
ComrnlBBloncr of the Minor LeaSfue for the Urgent tmtribet' fIt boy In the 50 yard line ea" the north'

and a member of the Board Partway's gri bleachers frtee for the obi terlll
:lit Directors. hundred hoys ts jest: a School! it (s renMred that eaek
...Elected as Directors for the rough, guess," laughed<< Athlettt team/! have two eetnplcte unit tickets ffeficral.ts admission enlS price rttits, Gained above Ute alas! it set for dr*! of he
:2 mhig year were Dr. Charles Director Ken Gaslln. "There1 a One crew plays the first and most thrilling football games ol
*Mcrs, George Arnold and Joe possibility of 250 b V'* playing third quarters while the sectmdunfll pointed out. the as the Orland Broncos .
year
::i Saite. fool hall." )he added, "everyone play the he'i nd' and\ fcMrth.Pafkwiy !!. "We are only ta\i1\1 order and Daytona Beach Thwn-

here cats and sleeps the- sport." la eeheet led to play for the reserved scot seasontickets" derbirda of the Southern Pro-

4oose Mixed Bowlers All three Parkway teams, the six-game slate, nrerttrri CreaT-'' Gaines aaid. Rot nyono I, tensional Feefbwfl' Utrgoe'square
Seventh, Eighth and Ninth grade lake of Cocoa, Edeewood fYt Mer- offlef
14 wishing to place an off at the Tangerine Bowl It
$:
egin September conditioning work- Island Southwest of Mel.
Pirates began rltt can contact Tltusville High or Orlando Saturday night at lilt:
"::Moose Mixed Bowling League outs today and wW probably bourne, Central of tau Galilee Coach Galnes. II
transfer to full pads next Wednesday seventh and eighth grade teams, i pm.Both
'Wit begin September 14, at 7 Eau Gallle's ninth grade unit The six home games are Sanford .. teams are coming' off a IS THE TIME !
:
;:m" according t te secretary .
racked
weekend Orlando
? Victory
llemlfrio. Coaching the Ntrfffl grwfe Waft and Delaura Junior High In Satellite Melbourne, Cocoa, CotoMsal
:tiara
Mobile 21 to S In Mobile and
Seabreeze and Satellite
and Beach and Cocoa Beach ,
-.The league will bowl at Gate. are Jack BOMIC, Bill Terry "
John Hull, Ennls Junior High. Beach. the Daytona Bt'8clteam romped
":'JJaf Lanes. Earl Foff, while TO
: all over jackmmvllle 38 M I Iin ( enSPECIAL

Daytona Beach Sunday night I
Coach Bud Asher of UK .
I Robson Whiting Still Driving ,Thunderbirds will be bringing to

Orlando John Stofa from the SAVINGSAT
University of Buffalo, rated an
the top passer in the league,
CottonfjfcWn hurricanes anyway.
.- Alher ll also well pleased with OUR BIG
:i: It's our prediction that Ethel will overtake Dora on the
iihrst turn of the home stretch before Dora has a chance to veteran Chuck Spicer who Just
//1/4/ln returned to the team and scored
mach the finish line. Get the roses ready Dora's headingifcnck
this two touchdowns Sunday night SUMMER SELL-DOWN
way. "tI The Orlando Bronco coaching'
r- *
staff was well pleased with the
(to with
Speaking of races, Titusville'a Dick Robson managed of
quarterbacklng performance
-squeeze through the traffic at Daytona's crowded ]International and ONBRAND
Jack Jones Saturday night
; Speedway over the Labor Day weekend, completely no doubt he will probably gel

'unharrrred. 12. the starting nod this week: How
Robson entered a preliminary' race Saturday, then the ever, jifct tttC tilred tt am Tuscaloosa NEW
featured Paul Whitetmn Trophy' run Sunday and withstood lnte U. quarterback Bobby
:both events without difficulties. ttaaa, ttt1s Saar ribs Jackson end Ti. *ill be ready
We say difficulties, that's actually the truth, because lot action if Jonel lan't move
miles of the featured race ers it wouldn't make much difference, Dickey said. "But '
Robson did drive the entire 100 I the ban cHA.' :
we are doing with a young sijuad< which has just three two- 64 CHEVROLETS :
.with 50 percent brakes. Jimmy Plane! who has been
"Sometime during the preliminary race, I hit the brakes year lettermen. hampered by a Wg injury, returned
Tennessee lost lettermen last but still returns
incoming into a turn to discover, I had no brakes. Coasted year to top form Saturday I
26, but, they're bankrupt of .peed in the backfield. Tennes
ground that turn," be laughed.' flight and scooted JS yards for a !
see's first in recent is lIal Wantland, a
"The brakes were not completely gone, but they might quarterback years score tarry Lfaftorre played !
..as well. have been, for all the'good they were." 6', 189 pound junior, who ran tailback behind Mallon Fair on /defense" lit Mobile and
last I SEETHE MAN WITH THE Nat BUYS
formation -
Charlie Kolb cloth in the single wing season.
Robson tJidtit win the Paul Whiteman race. promptly relented an tnta-cept-
+of Miami took the checkered flag In a Porche RSK But, Rob. ed past 59 yards' to set tip a
ion: did not expect to win first place overall. He was more Football: season's in full swing novtf. Titusville High score s ,

:: terested in winning his class, F Production. About 10 cars School worked a closed session practice "Labor Day", GIbson Both Orlando and Paylcna No.tYOUR
-tarted the race, and Robson's class, one of! the slower class. high started practice !last week and the Pirates of Parkway Beach we la ,trip physical form "

:t8 entered, wade all placed near the tail end of the pack tft began running t today. and a sellout crowd Js expectedto I PLAN
-the start tt the rate. I think 1 was about 30 back from the We really enjoyed watching the Terriers during their be M hand. Oilande will ( ,
:runt line. closed scrimmage Monday morning Head Coach John Gained be baltlutg 4e keep life In -. .. CHEVROLET DEALER
: During the 25-lnp preliminary race, Robson said the equally divided the Terriers into two units, and had a head. their division and Daytona f!

:MCA: ; started, heating, and it was necessary to pull into the on crash. Beach pralines several effensive
,1>its and place a rvstrictor in the radiator line. "This tookcare "We wanted to Rive everyone a sample taste of what surprisesHONDA' -. I
of out beating problem. But, there wasn't much we Sanford had to offer," Gaines said. "I believe it worked.. :

could: do to fix the brakes situation. We tried however, they Commenting .on the scrimmage. Coach said, "Everyone WE HAVE A WIDE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM ;
-failed' again .ft'e. the Whitemtn race had Just started. looked good at times, then on other occasions, they looked

IT "On the contrary," Robson added, "The eat performed'Wonderfully. terrible."It I IN STOCK. TOP TRADE DOLLAR-COME IN NOW :
The engine/( ran like a brand new one, arid we're was almost a repeat of the Blue-White intrasquad
Hooking forward to the Daytona/ Continental next )"('ar." match last fall, only I think the competition' was a little "World' No. I Cycle"ICyele DURING OUR BIG SUMMER SELL DOWN FOR EXCEPTIONAL -

Dick said there is a possibility )he may change: to a large stiffer this time Barry Gouge,the transfer back from Oviedo No OU Mix I
? It's made the defensive safety men situp and take notice on SAVINGS!
:TPT piece of equipment, Tthe MGA has been good to nrw!,
4ust not fast enough, several (I'callOI1II.! Gouge ran a touchdown, David Ward
went over for two, Charlie HugRins: intercepted a pass and

-_ Everyone keeps asking us, "How did Dob Whiting come3Jit went all the war ad Glenn Long a junIor' second string full.

) at the National Drags In Indianapolis" back, pludk-ed directly up center and sprinted about 70 yardsfor CtlEVROLET
CHEYELLE CHEVY
Remember Monday we stated how Inefficient the torftZmunications another TD. .. .. ... II
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Naturally, they haven't improved' one eye-ola. We tried for CORVAIR and CHEVROLET TRUCKS!
HIwj fifth time Monday afternoon, and the lady said, "sorry,

:::t}jwre are no communications allowed on the strips unless

.*is an emergency"" R@SFTRUSSES rit,'
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IL We even called the National Hot Rod Association Public 1 9
Delations Director. That's the last contact we made in Indy. ModelsFroii

w Why doesn't someone telegraph that place and clue them
35 t on Alexander Graham Bells invention. This corner conMdered $$2Mlo $S195HAM'S GUS FAULK

Sending a pony express rider in that direction, but allISorses
( were locked in corrals due to Dora.

r ANhatnlsefbrd. ...... .. teamster I/alM'1
HI The old single wing is slowly diminishing and complete- '
from collegiate football. It's hardly present largest Reef TrussPrefa'brlcatlai Srttta
:!Y disappearing (ENTER Chevrolet
CYCLE
.HI pro ball, and occasionally it pop up in a high school ttanxJT PANNING LUMBER CO.
: Tennessee, a pioneer in the single-wing, and who helped'

make ft famous, Is changing to the more streamlin THurmatiorn NEW U. S. 1 SOUTH INDIAN RIVER CITY MM 71**I"King*" Plata St.; TltvavHte Cava

this year. PHONE 2I748IS I. ...*.
akMck SI 1026 South
Hopkins
Open 8:00Parkway
Evenings'Til
:=.' For Head Coach Doug Dickey, finding a replacement :
o48f Jim McDonald, is a problem. "NaN. I Nt sued-i5 Massless" I

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Driving a B Fuel 1 Dragster In Whiting matte one run to the Petersburg, find a drag strip thai the entire city of Indianapolis
the National Hot Rod Associa. B Fuller, cranked on a speed; of was holding drags and test run "I I started off In third: gear tw<
tion'i National Drags proved 148 miles per hour, and then wu the monster, before arriving at times' and It really screamed aft
quite an Interesting experiencefor (Weed to turn It oft abort 100 Indy. Of course, CIM had to the line But, we were somewhat
a Tituivllle employee of the feet from the finish HM when a stick her two cents in, so rain levy of trying to use the thIN! And You Find The BIGGEST And BEST
County Engineer's department. left rear lire started wobbling ruined that Idea W. still. had to and fourth gear shifting system
Bub Whiting left fituavllle one In an effort to frw I Itself, tram do some connecting, like the because that would require .1 i
week ago pulling Dragster, the only one in Bre- I back: tire goes to on the parachuf All of the**, and taking one hand oil: the I
vard, and between fighting the shaking on tile of those things, we thought would be minor problems steering wheel,
effects of Cleo, trailer problemswith naturally, your first thought Is that's) our explanation for
the dragster, and various winding up In a earn pitch So, not fixing them before we left. "Later we decided .to mr
other complicating situations, I did the next best thing. to ditchIng But they turned out to be not fourth gear off the line, since BACK TO SCHOOL SAVINGS!
finally arrived in Indianapolis, it, simply turning It aft and minor but in fact our number moRt ef the B Furleri were using BRIEF
Indiana, at Raceway Park late coasting across !the finish' line. one problem, a straight drive transmission I
Wednesday to start possibly one "Its I king story," hIP continued "The weather cancelled most and 1 not taking a chance of losing 500 SHEETS, 5 HOLE Texan plarticj metal front*
of the shortest weeks he's had In "It all happened In one of the entire project.
our plans for working In Virginia (98 tr)
many months week and will take two months so after arriving there "After five runs, strict orders LOOSE LEAF SAVE! 25HOIE (

"I ask you," Whiting said In an to tell about"'Since Monday, we left Tuesday for. from headquarters read get' off
we did build the dragster Indy and arrived there Thursday the tratk The fastest speed we
effort to clarify what happened, In less than three weeks' had driven the rail was about 60 I FILLERPAPER
"Have you ever tried to nearly c
we knew there would be some miles an hour"Sunday .
rebuild a dragster over night" "We tried to go through the : 79
complications, that's why I left
In a sense, that's what happened Saturday and headed for Virginia classification line late Thursday, morning after workIng 15e PORTFOLIO
to Whiting We had planned on stopping but they wouldn't accept us 1 because must of the night we were i 9cVALUE
"We goofed," he laughed. 1 at my parents horn in there were some things eased, up to the starting line by I COVERS '
I that were not completed on the our push car and the riff
rail. Friday we managed to get ed Immediately with no 'fart.1 UG toe RIG toe "TUCK" CELLO % .
it classified and ear first Intentions lems The light's!: changed/ IndIII LUB
, Hunting Season Schedules were to see if the thing / I could see (for a few seconds PENCIL
TAPE
would start was a cloud of smoke. To my I 6c 6 'W'XIOOO
j surprise, I was sticking right
I
I Regulations Are Announced "You'll have to remember," along side of this other fellow ORGANIZER SHARPENERSAVE
he continued, "this engine hat '
from Texas anyway fliat'a' how
not been started since last 'I
winter
lorlda it was when we passed' thrmiKh!
i hunting calendar for the 1 the Gain and Fresh Water Fish Commission the halfway mark Then he i< ON ALL YOUR 19 c
September Zl-. peelal bear hunts open in Apalwhleola and leaving Florida were cancelled edged out one car length\ MId :
uc-toner Osecola National t torestt because the rail wasnt I noticed the l left rear tire BACK TO SCHOOL NEEDS
October 3-First phase dove season opens. completed and besides the about to cum off WP.I'
17-Speclal archery hunt opens( In Citrus Wildlife weather was bad.

October 24-Speclal/((' archery' hunt. opens In Ejlin Military Saturday at noon, they began "In a nutshell .fhaf I whnt hap
Reservation class elimination rum for the penod We were defeated our
November T-Special bear hunts elose stockers, and despite our effort first rim, but we're! already making FINAL CLEARANCE !
November 8-'irst phase dove season closes, Eglin archery for a trial run, they wouldn't let plans for a "few modifications

November 13-tHer hunt ,closes turkey, squirrel, and quail season opens In us on the track be and right undoubtedly, back at, next hidy,year" lilt we'll '
<< eon Watches
First, Timex
Second Fourth and Fifth
Conservation Dis '
"After the stockers finished we eluded BUY NOW SAVE
trlets. Second phase dove,
snipe and woodcock returned to the strip and made !
seasons open state wide ondwm
November a few short runs to how The dragster, emit ai. estl'
21-Deer, turkey, squirrel, and quail just see
season opens( In
Third Conservation District It would react It started like a mated 14000 and has !tilt potential 695 .
November 25--Duck, goose and coot hunting opens) state.wide. spanking new engine and really of becoming till' fastest II forests UP
November 29-Second phase dove season closes, sounded great I made about fin Fuller in Florida Lyle Lathe, and womnme.
December 8-Special archery hunt closes In Citrus Wildlife owner of Lathes Speed Shop in LAWN
Management Area. runs up to 60 miles per hour to is* 19'Ronson
December test the and it Melbourne and Wnltlntf did all
H-Hrst spl'cialgun hunt in Clrrm Wildlife Managemcnt brakesysrem was
Area of the construction work on the :
working
perfect
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December 19-Third 1 phase dove season e rail It was carrying a 292 cubic I 9
January 1-Second special gun hunt In Citrus Wildlife Management "By the way, we had to re Inch Chevrolet engine, souped'! Mover WffAi
Area ly on the brakes because the 350 horsepower, with a new FLINTS $ ,
January J-Snlp and woodchock season closes chute we were! planning to liRe HillUrn fuel Injection system, : C H A I
RL
January 3-Deer season closes in First, Second, Fourth and UG. 5c ",-
was Inefficient and there
Fifth Conservation: Districts Turkey season closes wasn't all inside a Don Carllls Swamp
In First, Second and Fifth Conservation Districts' another' parachute to he found In Rat' chassis. "rW' j
tf -i Duek, ROOM, and tent sewmn' etoaes ___!.....- SHQE I \\1 .
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January 4 :Third I .
phase dove season closes
January 16-Wildlife Special wild Management hog archery Area hunt opens In Fisheatlng' Creek PARKWAY DEVCO INC. [LACES l' LIMITED QUANTITIES

January IT-Deer and turkey season closes In Third Comer
vallon District NOW LEASING RIG ItsPOCKET
"January 23-Special wild hog archery hunt In Guano Wildlife
Management Area opens STORES AND OFFICES I REG. ITL
January 28-Turkey season in Fourth Conservation District 3c ANACIN 79c
closes, 1.29 100
CONViNIINTLY LOCATED AT HIGHLAND ft OARDIN IT. I
January 31-Special wild hog archery hunt In Fisheating\ Creek COMBS
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On Mali tKor dare
Wildlife e | I* Proposed I I.M, alas knew as Caw I
Management Area closes
wy Rod 0 Center Ucallon Orlando Reed .
February 21-Special wild hog archery hunt In Guano Wildlife on Centrally" ,
._ Area closesFebruary lusted In High traffic arts Ad tout. Front*!.Bulldln. Rao. ISe
Management parking Rental start at $120 '
28- March 13-Spring turkey gobbler season opens south of State WRITE BOX 1403 TITUSVILLE or PHONE 7c sVO-5 59EVENFLO
Road 90 MRS. BETTY GRIFFIN 287-3528
March 27-Spring turkey gobbler' season open north of Slat I II
Road 50. -
March 28-Spring/ turkey gobbler season closes south of State

1 v April 11-Spring Road 50.turkey gobbler season closes north of State I Wish To Express RIG. Sac 12 0",

MAALOX
Road 50 86TOOTHPASTE
Shooting hours for all resident game are from one half hour 19 uq 1 '
before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset Shooting hours for alt
My Appreciation NIPPLES
\.'. migratory game except dove are from sunrise to sunset; for dove
the lecal hours are from 12:00: noon to sunset I
II,mien should check their summary of hunting rules and* i
regulations for special regulations and local exceptions, Hunting to alf those who voted for and supportedme
., licenses are required to hunt all resident and migratory game. I
Duck stamp is required to take ducks and geese, and a public I in the Council More Go la f
hunt permit Is required to hunt on wildlife management ares I City Election.
While summers. heat Is still with Florida, Indian Summer
is just around the corner and it Is a prime time to wet a line and FURTHER It is FOMGOLF
that all
sample some of Florida's finest fishing I my request
', Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission reminds anglers
<, that some, of the best fishing of the year Is just a calendar pageaway those who did work for and support me, n'; ItGs

Early autumn. and fall are comparable to spring a* far at give their whole hearted to the sd / ,< ItsUTSI
support
fishing/ concerned; Commission Director A D. Aldrich pointsout
Unfortunately. many sportsmen put away their tackle as 99< ImbotMd Plastic
soon as the first shooting season opens As a result they miss the newly elected Council, in the interest ofTitusville's BALLS
t opportunity to catch the lunkers that have been lying deep all All MATTRESS
through the summer heat'Aldnch future

fish I and brings pointed them out that out of the midsummer cooler. water lethargy of; fall, stimulatesthe Per smokes"" -or 3 01 1 i1! 0a.Ms:: fwf tiller a heed..

Florida offers year-around li.hinand/ the sportsmen Thank the mike. 'fonilyl34cs. 4.VI refit 1II"eM'' 66-27 8 80
women-can find added pleasure in their dsvs outdoors by packIng you, 43' inches .fIa'.d.
the fishing gear along on a hunting trip The booklet, 'Florida's I kit sire -
Fresh Water Fish and Fishing<<;" i. available free from the! offices George J. Arnold -
of all county judges<< and fishing/ license agents( or by mail from I
the' Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission Discount Cosmetics Discount Drugs IF WE 88C PACK
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MUM CREAM WAICRIIN PINTS .127

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left by the 10th of month earn from the 2"Ie ;
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Solids, stripes and patterns, sizes 8 to 20. 3.00 + These blouses take to I"

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1.99 to 2.9.9 t" v'T j greatest of ease .
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,\ 4 to 14 girls' slip In polished r made of dacron polyester/ I
J j q', You can fit him perfectly in cotton.. Full with tiered lace skirts and embroidery adjust. cotton blend and all cot
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Choose them In stripes,
@{ lli1 a. PANTIES39M.OO \ prints, solids

Look .r. IAe Long or roll-up ileevei
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occasion- Dress-Up School wools, wool/ny.
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stay neater with I less care Farah' proportioned tailoring elves a comfortable and( plaids. ,
fit to all boys. Gold Strlktt are I IGIRLS'
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far Ax Poplin Slacks featuredIn nylon-retntoreed denim, vat dyed and
this season's best colors' Sanforised. exclusive VULCA-NEE for
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MULLET B TITUSVULi, FLORIDA FRIDAY,-SEPTEMBER It, I"i':'
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t b Writ. Dura came to visit and people about thcmgelvti. their /2K .y '
departed Now were trying to proiiranii snit I how they wantedto ,; .l1.1' :
shut the front: ,tuor In Ethel's arand; dtdnt "strike out"at ,. ,i The llliwllle' Fire Depart t 1
face ant I perhaps Florence will Individual, groups or publi }; mint hat mil Mil!if! whatsoever to )
be along in another week or to. catkins r do with the directory being rum' )
We frankly don't want to went Frankly we've always thought rr7rr'; pile I by the InelUn Itivcr{ Cllyoliuitiir
unfriendly, but these gals we can bark to the time of our child. \' Fire' Department' r
do without hood, when we used to enjoy .. TiliiMllIc lire Ihli-t James
We liked the sign (in tape) on playing In the mud after a rain. / F Fq Drown Infui, 'met, HIP MarAlvu, '
Russell's Jewelry Dora, Gohome' right along with the other kidsIn w .. rile today, In aIlMWI'r, la questions 1UNUELIEVARLE
the block Sometimes a mud ''y'y'S of hunlnrsn
and the one! of Gordon'aRealty + raised by i number
"Let 'er Wow". battle would result And we men who are bring\ || rnnUitoil
s Not too much damage-for learned then that you can't throw for d\trtlnlnn{ In HIP directory
that we can all be thankful, mud without some of It getting (hlif (|lro"n polnlH tint Out
back on you. We came out of( tic Tilusv Hie- Fire Ptpsrtnirnt

" "Get me the police!I" shouteda many a mud battle, thoroughly C t'p' uptmlea three stations In Tllunvillponc '
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covered, but ao did all others -- >t the turner of ("o'
voice to the telephone oper
slot. "and hurry participating in"in"i an I lloiikliiH hi the Indian, ,
River City area sue on Wcs.1d4iill 1 I
When the connection was made Til aid that the telephone 'n Street and OliO on Palm --
and the polUe sergeant at the users of Brevard County will l f'' Aunuo dimnluwn TALL Ti n.'e children of Hamltnttl
other end asked: what the trouble ", Town to di 'bilieni ,i' : tale of
have the opportunity to . the worn:! < tnt I'ipcr beingI
anon( Our depart incut rover
was, the voice replied: "I. "vole" on whether or not they -," ., .. ..t_{ ,, .........- .' .... .< ,._... ,-0" ._. rntiro Tit IIsvlllo area' Any vuliintecr able to 'pipe all the( I talc mil III I town" during a scene f
want to report a burglar trapped would like to nee telephone rates RACE TRACK ACCIDENT No the imon. wa! ,:kcn to Jl' Purr ;h Ik.pital thpnitnirnl U rnmpli'trly from the Miniature ,First t Niuhters/: forthcoming pioduceelukil -
In an old maid'a bedroom I" could lion, Pied! Pip.'r of ll.niilin stl for Sept. 19, 20,
Increased
slightly 10 they auto above was not in an accident which by Smith \i-ulanco; '"he driver, of the separate! (1'111Iuur\ organization/ ;
address The sergeant, laid he asked would for send the make toll free calls to all partsof occurred on a race track It was one of two other car o |(11,9:, Mer, irv Mar:;arct FDlankensh'T Chltf Uruwn emphadird.Goldwaler :20;!(i and 27 In the >jiv\liw Silmi I Aiulltorium From left
and thin the county vehicles in an accident which occurred first : !; >If ;J097; OK> Dixie Highway: ,, are Keith Smih|; n.s the Pud I'IHT| Susiin: GuneelrldKe!
sointune right over
Southern Dell people have been Dhk Karl Johnsm" us llriuliuk and Susan Gamble
asked who was calling. of week on the Old Dixie Highway near was char ;;:J with failure 'o yield the ri,;lit; Visit lit
studying the problem, proponed Anna I'runoels from the :show will benefit the Cent.
intersection (S A Photo liS
Mum One of its occupants, Butch Hutch. of way at an )
'Tina, replied the frantic by a number of people, and are Florida, Eutiff's! llo> s Kutidi (CarillOn Photo.)
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voice. 'is the burglar! seek. L- .a.
.. planning tu issue postcards 1 Commillee Ready
Ing answers from their sulwrl
Thought to ourselves, is we Bulkhead Hearing Set For Sepl. 24A
entered the voting booth Tue birsWe don't know what the in. W'nhinili: A 'flvv ii.i'mlicr
day that Jean Key was right charge might be, but If rommiltte .of Central Floridians
crease public heating/ will be l hiM hip 22: South. rt.nllcSS: East
our name wasn't on the machine It is nominal, we would highly will. head up lUptihlii'un l'I'hl')
24, 1061, In the County Mievaid County All Intereatedlpi
on Kepi
any place! favor It. We certainly (eel that Initial nominee Senator Hurry
btlurs, who make many calls to A'r'k r dF doldwNter campaign swing& Intu CimimiMloneri Itmim, Couit t 'i OIH are luvltud to attend! ;
Rather Interesting to note lmeffect oilier areas of the county would (It heist, TIM'winy, Uoiine. Titusvillf. II) 30 s.nl., this heiiing. ) !
of hurricane Dora on the feel the same way, too t'ongrrsiiman Kd (Gurney released to hinr iibjedlons, If any, to be ----- I
city rluliun\ Its pending arrival Congratulations let Southern limn names of >steering> 81.1011111111.lIt, of a 'llulkh.ad The Tit usville Stare. :
no doubt cut down tile vote litll personnel for their effort to roininillrr memheri In' serf Linn from the South Cltv limits
potential many resi,lenls were see just how this might be work tolilwatrr; Gurney Is In charge of Tituiville south to Addison, Advocate, 1st In circu-'
more worried about preparing ed out r xt of hU Orlando trip Mid' will In. Point" .
l btio in No Drevard.
for the blow" Hun in taking trinities the Hepubllrin nominee Ihli Is In Section 29, Town- i
time out to cast their balolti Thanks again should go to In making the announcement, .----- ---- .
Thin too, some men wire held at those people who were on duly Gurney said' 1 tin In working ('lonely -
Cape Kennedy, getting things during Dora, while many others I with \Nepuhllrnn and, Cuhl; THIS \WEEK'S BIG: BUY
prepared, anJ: just couldn't leave enjoyed the comforts of home. water ronmiKle leaders< fur tile
their jobs lung enough: to vote. ainator'a stop over It( Ilirndun
Police firemen, city t officials, AT GOODYEAR.
We do think the polls were AlriHirlMimhiri. .
county offieiuls, highway patrol J
well handled, by the clerks and .of Die committee Ire
inspectors Even though there members, auxiliary men of Italph Jjhnke.' (GnP chairman WORLD'S LARGEST GE DEALER
were crowds at various mica, many units, ambulance people for Orange/ (Oiunly, Mrs, Janice ,
the lines moved along smoothly Red Cross shelter personnel l4iike. lute ciimintttef woman
etc., all woike'd hard fur Orange County, Tyn' lohb,
And we thank !those who co WRMf stayed on the air to rHulrman of the Orlando, dold.
operate with Bill Lyerly. Bill keep people posted on the progress water. tomniltte'e,' Col John I
fklienck, Ronnie Hughes and of Dora as well as the "--------_4__._-- --' --.-.----.-- --.----- Hunliinil (lit the toinmtttro anti
1; 11 Ambroe-oi.r men at tho local situation.To SCENE OF CRASH. The two can Invol al v Both c.'"; were a total loss (S-A Ixm Frey, |president l< of the Ornu .
{mils obtain'ng the returns These all who worked or wets OH ved In theirlv Saturday morning accident 1'1 ,to ) I'ouuly Young Ktpublkin,,
'lour, along ,with Ool>) MJWMII, duty 'we all say thanks" on U.S. 1 'In Uollwood are shown Rirtlrr; Gurney animiinrH that..
our "anchor' man, Sandy Kaiser tinfdwiler' would open his .'10'. .f MINI-WASH
and others, cooperated| to get Having wandered, helplessly Ids campaign tour I III mid after
the returns Into tho office ..hort.J into a blinding snowstorm, Sam Teenagers WorkingIn niMin Tuesday with i speech, In
J ly alter the polls closed and then a notorious drinker was greatly Orlando (?h. asset Unit the MINI-WASH
manned the telephones for sometime relieved to are a sturdy Saint m-wilnr Is titled to arrive itllerndim
after that to tell people howit Bernard dog bounding{ toward will be mummed' later [ JO U1J OaWll\\ [}{)

went. him with a keg of brandy strapped Goldwater DriveApproximately by (;.unify.
( to his collar "At last," cried After the spreih. and a newt I
The writer fully realizes that Sam, "man's best friend-and a confer I'm Ctuldwatrr; will fly
some people may take us to great big doe, tool" 500 c.rs were Curie on. the 'Itr lstruU!,.n Can Clvdu I'lltmun. Jut k Puwcll, Dee In Tampa for a rally and. then TWO WASHERS IN ONE
task (for the statement which. tut approaehid at shopping rt'lIkrl noosing ItwIrittuiM" and Uavlil Wvluund prepare fur .n' p m. speech.
Iowa, but we think it is worthyof A fellow went deer hunting, on Saturday mOl lima by young The group now numlwi, 18 Little Randy/ Davidson and Tuesday night at AI tang! Yield WITH MINI-WASH SYSTEM!
pointing out since the City of who for Coldwater Cookie |iKliluez{ hi'ILK'el liens,
but didn't seem to have any lurk, (people are >active> sod many who < jniiot || In Kt "I'tleribiirg
litunUlle election remits are ss he had walked and walked. Of this figure, half were for help, on Saturdays due to the In adilitmn to the dittiibiilMitiof Congrvaanun' Gurney hit .been
now completeThe Finally he spotted a doer about SO Goldwaler although some did fuel that they WOJ k. Sane slithers, the young poople' III early supporter .of Ooldwaler.! !
three successful candidates yards ahead of him He stopped, not wish to put the >sticker on adults have given contrilintuina' Mild 22 copies of the Impular lII.klnunt/ of the tint apeei. ,heiadvocating -
said little, II anything and,I very quickly took two shots, their car due to )Joot, politic, to the organisation{ (monetary) bk 'Nnnt Dare Call It Treason the Arltunlan'i candidacy
about their opponents; confined theflit.iJ1U but before he could get the cork busmen and or employment ... and alao help In many way ." II month ago,
to telling
their campaigns -I back In the bottle the deer had< swiatmni The following mrmbe'iH ul' the '
-- dlaappeared These teenagers art Intent' Yuulh For OoldwaU-r group i r

workeii and propos to itimu wen able to distribute bumpef." I
When asked", about the shape of late the voten and In mUll instance ill, kirn on Saturd.nMiki HURRICANEDAMAGE i
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Mm the worst) I, the schoolboy only inform the voters about Coffey, Donna) lii\i ula.n l ,
quoted his father.-and as are. the ir undidiUi Next v.< ek Jay Drhmlow,, tlull,1:l > Frosts
suit was kcit In after! school the will be help_ng General Marc Htpbuin. t-t-I K< lUrLittlebylittle l

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    Pase' 2-B (Florida) Star-Advcc. Friday, September 11, W4
    First Baptist, MimsFirst 1st Missionary Church Of ChristThe Presbyterians Begin '
    G
    Winter Schedule
    Baptist Cawvh, Mini, First MieoI nary Baptist Church of Chrtat meets at

    Joseph E. Boatwrtfht, pastor, Church of Indian River City, the corner of St. John and He-

    : News Of The Week aiuiotmces service ai fellows: Sad C. H. Thornton pastor announce kina Avenue. Services of the First Presbyterian Church will
    services as follows: church are at the following go on It* winter service schedule .

    .Church The third annual Bible Conference Sunday: Sunday School, 9:49: hours: begriming Sunday, September13th.

    Titusville and North Brevard County begins Sunday wtth "services" a.m., with classes for all ages, Sunday: Bibl study, 9:80: Identical morning worship
    : ii\\ dally at 9:30: a.m. and 7:30: p.m. nursery provided; Morning worship morning worship, 1040 services will be) conducted at
    a.m.
    ;
    h 11 ..m. the by 8:30: and U o'clock, with a
    Adrian will be message
    Deadline. For Church Newt Rogers the apeaker. service, 8:00
    i on These Pages 8 P. M. Wednesday EM. Thornton; Baptist Training a.m.; evening : p.m. church-hour, nursery for children
    .
    Midweek Bible la on
    study
    I Course, 8:30: p.m., classes for all to age six at the latter hour
    at 7:00
    Wednesday :
    p.m.
    \ Worship services will be held ages; Evening worship, 7:30.: only. ,:

    IRC MethodistThe 1 IEDITATIDI Christian ScienceThe Jehorah'i WitnessesThe with Sunday messages at 11 a.m.by the and pastor 7:30: p.m. week Wednesday Prayer 7:30: Service p.m., Bible Mid all Bible classes are both provided Sunday for Sunday School with classes for
    age groups
    all ages, will convene at 9:45: ;
    service of Worship for thIndian ..WodI. ... .... life of Abraham will be program to be held at the Wednesday, 6:30: p.m., Sun study by Bro. Thornton; 1:30: morning and Wednesday night. Senior-Hi and Junior-IS Youth
    River City Methodist I Christian Hall 1422 NorwoodAve. p.m. adult choir rehearsal. Maurice W. Jackson Jr. Is the
    GiWIallP reviewed next Sunday at Kingdom beams, GA's, RA's, Officers and Groups at 7 p.m.
    Oiurch will be held Sunday, Science churches to show ., is announced by L. D. Teachers meet.Saturday Thursday, 10 a.m., ladles' visitation minister of the church.
    f:00: a.m., In the new church how "faith is the substance of Shawver, local presiding minister ; 7:14: p.m. mcn'i visitation The Adult Choir will rehearse

    1, building looted on Highway things hoped for, the evidenceof ai follows: 'f' 1 p.m. Training Union ; 7 p.m., Beginners choir rehearsal LEGAL PADS Big Supply 35c at 8 p.m. Wednesday, with the

    ;': No. to icrosi from Indian River thing not seen" Heb.( 11)). Sunday at 3:00: p.m. a PubllQ! Meeting, Cocoa, leaving ; 7:30: Junior choir re- each at Stsr-Advocate Office. Junior Choir rehearsing at 7
    tt lghta. The pastor, Rev. RobItt from church. hearsal. p.m the same evening.
    The subject of the Bible Les Bible lecture will be given by a
    Waddell, will bring the mea son is "Substance," and the representative of the WltchtoW'er II --.1
    .
    age The Sacrament of the Golden Text Is from Galatians 3: Society C. Pridemore, whose -

    f lord's Supper will be administered "They which be of faith are timely subject, "What Is God' t .
    during the worship hour blessed with faithful Abraham." View of Image Worship?", wlj
    I Sunday, School for all ages !: Selections from "Science and be discussed. At 4:15: p.m. an t > r

    !""III. conducted from 8:48: to Health with Key to the Scrip' following the lecture the weekly k

    0:3S: '.m. The Methodist Youths Bead Phlllpplans 4i4-f, tur.." by Mary Baker Eddy will!! Bible Study will be held oft

    fellowship will have Its proS include a description of Abraham "The Identifying Mark
    I tram, and recreation beginning Whether therefore ye eat, or as an example of "Fidelity; Love." |t j
    drink, or whatsoever ye do, do
    ft 5:49 Youth from the
    p.m. faith In the divine Life and in
    Every Tuesday at 1:00 p.ni
    I all to the glory of God. (I Corin :
    'venth grade in school through
    the eternal Principle of being.
    another Bible Study U held on
    \ thians 10:31)Whatever: )
    { <21 Invited
    fere to
    ae participate This patriach illustrated the purpose
    that "Babylon The Great Hal r.lIeCod'i /\
    do covers
    a The Sunday Evening Bible you of Love to create trust in Kingdom Rules." 1
    $ the whole of daily life. Tho -
    will begin at 7:30
    udy : p.m. 'Rood and showed the life- -
    preserving
    Thursday at 7:30 the
    apostle Paul tells ua that we all, : p.m.
    of
    hymn singing
    a period
    tith' should power of spiritual .'n'dt'rstandinll" Theocratic Ministry School ,ia
    without exception, glorify
    will conclude with a time of
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    p. conducted, followed at 8:30: p.rH.
    fellowship. William Johnson, God by our work and life.
    Sunday School Superintendent, Not only the missionaries who First Church of Christ, Scientist by the weekly Service Meeting

    71 cad the discussion. preach the gospel I or tho Titusvillc, holds Sunday
    .. ;'"$ out Troop; No 370 will doctors and nurses who ministerto services at 11 a.m. and Wednesday Episcopal i

    ect Monday, 7:00: p.m. at the the sick glorify God. Also testimony meetings at 8
    housewives doing daily chores, The schedule for St. GabrielsEpiscopal
    < mrch. p.m. at 100 Baldwin Shopping q
    y the men working on the land or Church, as !
    Members of the church will Center Sunday School for annOUhCI\'d
    in the factory, the girl behind by Father Fcrgusjn, \
    Wednesday and Thurs- children up to the age of 20 con.Venel I
    7:00: or visitation evango1 the counter, the policeman on at 11 a.m. in the Chamber lows: l

    1 illeton The Adult Choir will his beat these can glorify God of Commerce building. All are On S"n'l i Sept. 13, Morning

    I 1 rehearsal Wednesday by doing their work as unto welcome Prayer will be said it 7:15: a.rrtj

    1 i If p 7:30: p.m. Cod. Holy Communion will be celebrated ,

    f i a The Men's Club will have its God needs hands for doing First Baptist ChurchFirst at 7:30: a.m.; Sunday looks like an apple from I good tree. ,#
    jjgular monthly meeting Thurr ordinary jobs of life, yet doing School for the fourth grade and God used this parable to teach an authoritative
    Ly. 'at t 6:30: p.m. at the church. them In a spirit by which lie Baptist Church offers up will meet at 9:00: a.m.; Family lesson of truth to some who were Calling
    I 'ilfliim Ambrose will present may be Glorified. We find that three worship services each Sun- Eucharist will be celebratedat "Lord, Lord.' He answered, saying "Not everyone y
    an (nfcresting( program on rail Jesus used generally the lowly day. The early service begins at 10:00: a.m.; The Sunday that calls me Lord shall get to heaven."

    / Ih ,bce The') : Wesleyan Ser tasks of life as illiutratlons of 1:30: o'clock with special music School third grade and below He spoke plainly and used small words
    y '\Jce{ guild will meet Thursday divine truth and tervlce. He and a message by the Pastor, will m'et.t 10:00: a.m. under and said, "Only those who beat good fruit will
    with fine fruit)
    at 8:00: p.m. in the home of Mr. of bread of W S. Hirdin. the direction of James Munnls make it" See this tree loaded
    spoke baking sweeping But + ,
    Few of us atop to ponder Its history.
    aid Mrs. James W-- y.Boyles, 625 floors, of patching worn garments Sunday School begins at 9:45: Jr. t every orchard expert knows well every 4' v Pu .0
    I ByrbnV to illustrate Hit teachings. '.m. with graded nurseries Wed. sound tree. The food fruit Ii detectable from
    The 'Explorer Scouts will have There i Is no task so lowly that classes and departments for all On Sept. 16, Morning way off. The lesson la clear. Goodness ell the !4
    their meeting Wednesday at we cannot in the doing of it ages Cradle Roll for Infants and Prayer will be said followed by : way to the core to the kind of fruit God Want i
    7:30: p.m.. in the Sunday School honor and glorify God. Extension for Invalids, ahut Ins Holy Communion. This Is an Soundness of heart, purity of mind and
    wing of the building, and people who must work on Ember Day. The Altar Guild will integrity of character are essential if one'i 6
    PRAYER: 0 God, our Father Sunday meet at 7:30: p.m. fruit is to please God. No one gathers grapes
    St. Teresa's Catholic we bow before Thee and On Thursday, Sept 17, the from thorns, or figs from thirties. Read the ,

    Hours of worship ajLst.' Teresa's ask Thy forgiveness of our Regular morning worship at Holy Communion will be cele Sermon on the Mount; Meditate He In On Romans I r
    Hear what
    11:00: o'clock. Special music anda brated at IPSO: a.m. Corinthians; says
    Catholic ,Itre sins May the spirit of Thy
    Church; announced I and 1 12. Here one will find soil where
    as follows h| Rev. Fa' Son dwell In us that our con- message by the Pastor on "No The choir will rehearse on I I TM OmO load trees may grow and from which tIs
    ther John B OMerf/pastori/ tint deals will be to love Pledge WhyT"Training Friday, Sept! is, at T:45: p m. ,n.a a,,, good fruit may be gathered
    Sunday MiswitTiOO.: .8a: Ghee! and prove our love by Union meets at 6:15:

    I 10:00: and 11:30: a\\hI i; % *, "T? ."k1ioclience'.fo( *. Tliy. wllLSo* p.m.! for all ate/ groups. ,: .

    I Mond: .may we ever honor Thee, for Evening worship at 7:30: p.m. ,I In1 n ee
    ; ; Jesus' lake. Amen. Special music and c -.
    a message by ;)
    .
    day, 9 a.m.Confession. .... ; t. 1.
    'J Thought For Th Day the Pastor on "The Valley OfDerision" f;
    Saturday, 4:00-: No task Is so lowly that we The Ordinance of t, Yf4 .
    5:00: and 7:00-1.-00: : p.mi! cannot honor and glorify God In New Testament Baptism will be 4hsllitl. -q'

    Assembly Of God the doing of It. W P. Hare observed Therefore will we not fear
    (England) Midweek Prayer Meeting though the earth do change.PHBlms46:2).
    Services for l Irs Assemblyof Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. -( ).
    God, 1212 West Main
    St.. are
    If we but stand on the solid
    i announced at follows by Pastor Trinity Lutheran
    ENVELOPES Business Sizes ground of faith we can remain
    W. J, Cox: Sunday morning worship at Also Kraft Envelopes with clap: calm and unshaken regardless -
    Sunday: Sunday School, 0:45: of the
    for Full unexpectedturns
    Lutheran Church beginsat mailing. stock at Stai-
    Trinity
    a.m.; Morning worship, 10:45: ; Advocate that life ,may take.
    Evening worship 7:30: p.m. 10:15: at the church located on
    Christ's Ambassadors meet at Magnolia Ave. In South Titus-
    7:30: p.m. Tuesday and Bible ville. The church is sir-conditioned
    Study Is conducted by the pastor and a nursery la pro' FIRST CHURCH or THE NAZARENE: ,
    on Thursday night at 7:30.: vided for small children/ during 1027 Park Ave. Tlluldne x a A

    the worship. Sunday, School, 9U AM Worship Hour, 11 AM "

    Sunday School begins at 0:00: I Youth Fellowship 8 P.M. EnogellaUo Hour
    with classes for all ages Including
    7 PM. Wed. midweek .nlc. 7.toM.
    class for adulti. Children
    Attend under a 3 have a nursery provided THOMAS tlEAM. MINISTER This Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:

    for them during Sunday Scriptural Christ Centered E.eryooe Welcome

    Services School. Infanta k Toddle Nursery Threlkeld's Standard Service Luke Cain

    The first meeting of the Junior _
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    Lutherans will be held Sun'
    214 Palm, TitusvilleBoyd's
    I This day This afternoon group is from for children 2:00: to 3:30.ages: TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Indian River Machine Shop ?\

    0-11, or first through sixth (tAli Amerlean LtltfIra" Church>)> Indian River City, Florida Gulf Service

    Week grades. There is a study period 8eO MAGNOLIA AVENUE i//I.* Downtown Titusville

    and crafts. Mims Citrus Growers Association
    Luther will holda INDIAN RIVER CITY
    The League Mims, Florida, Brevard Lumber Company

    Dour "splash" party Sunday afternoon SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . tOO am
    at Own from 2:00 to 5:00: at the
    : CHURCH SERVICES . . 10 15
    I :. home of Peggy Canfivld. The : are Mr. and Mrs. p, W Roberts, Jr. W. E. Kennedy

    men of the Church Council will We Extend A Cordial W.lcome To Youl Mims, Florida Dadcock Furnltur ;, Titiwvllle
    Place meet Sunday night In an Important .
    meeting beginning at 7:30.: CLAUD I. TIJAN, Paster. Bryan-Conway & Winstead, Inc. C. W. Danenburg.
    First Confirmation Class
    year Downtown Titusvillo Danenburg Realty
    meets Tuesday evening 6:00-: .
    I 1 of Worship 7:00.: The Primary age choir 1514 S. Washington, Titusville
    WELCOME TO THE
    will practice Tuesday 6:30-7:30: : ou BelkLidsey
    coo
    and the Junior age Junior Luthe' Titusville Master CleanersS.

    v I ran Choir will practice from First 'Bapiisi \ Hopkins at Titusville City LlmltFransen's !
    700730.: : The Adult Choir will
    ,, +1611se Ray Nelson Insurance Agenc
    rehearse Tuesday at 7:30.Wednesday : \
    Church Dig Apple Plaza Drive In Restaurantand
    evening, the Second
    Year Confirmation Clans uW Employees, South Washington

    will meet from 6-00 7:00.: ;:.a "lake Burger King THuavtlle
    Of Mims
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    SUNDAY SCtt(7)L v Edwards Realty
    FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ''I'I1m 9:43: A. M. Duff Electric-Titusville Joe and Mary Edwards
    MORNING WORSHIP' i i :"
    The Heart Of The Community" i : A. M. Mr. and Mrs. H. Cuy Duff .. Baldwin Shopping Center
    CHOIRIi.. ..
    YOUTH !
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    Main tr Hopkins Titusville. Florida HIAUAL 5:30 P. M, t rsr eurav \
    Canaveral RamblerPhone Brevard Mutual Ins. Agency Inc.
    W. S. Hardln. PastorSERVICES TRAINING UNION : tMArN ,
    i I 1:15 P. M, F AM 7-1343 Downtown Titwrrllle

    / IVININC WORSHIP' ..: .%
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    ; I Sunday Worship . . . . 8:30fclhOOJLM WID. NIGHT pRAYSRs9Rvtcs I .....',.. "" : Rinker Materials Corp. The Employees of

    Sunday Scblol . . ? ? . .1:45AM. 7)0 P. M. I 1 Q1e,S 'f West Orange, Ph. AM 7-5900<) Suburban PropaneFirst

    Training Union . . . . . IllS JLM. -The EDd Of Tour v'II un e
    Sunday Evening Worship . . . . 7:30 P.M. Search For A l'rleDdl, t'l Ii' 'U ;W j Duffy's Federal Savings & Loan Association

    Mid-Week i.rTlce. Wednesday . . ?<)0 P.M. Church : ,.' i. I Mime Florida Downtown T sic 4Ue

    Oldest Baptist!' Church U Area Established in : I ,:

    1839 Affiliated with Southern Baptist Convention Air CoIMIlt1eM4 'III' 1 "' INllrwooeYr vrusM j Town Motel Baird's Mobile Home
    Comfortl i f.
    Air-Conditioned Mother of Three Churches We I .AI Downtown Titwsville Rte. 1 Box 351 1 Cocoa, FloridaN
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    Cordially, Invll You to Attend Our Service. I It... J..ph I. 'o.twr.ht. only Dewntewn S Mkwts" TltvnU"Fr.nr" I






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    Church News Of The WeekFor Synonomous With Visual Success .

    qi
    -j ; Tin early> yean of a hlltl'-. 100 words the primary> student
    sthoohng are fmnditionjl to his must Gnus. relax, focus, relax,
    entire educaUwi. and 'in this etc' almost I 200 timed, while,
    critical period' readinx' succes even the! college aturiofit makes
    Titusville and North Brevard
    County
    and visual suetem are nearly lliest adjustment nearly 100
    Deadline For Church News on nest Pages 1 P. U. Wednesdsj i)'nun>mmti tlinen"
    .1 I
    __ The complexity o( (the visual
    Upt'cll of reading have been( re Hannemann Back
    Good ShepherdAt First MethodistMorning C&M AllianceThe Central Baptist IRC \.all'd through atady of graphs
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    From ChicagoJacob 1
    from movies made of the tc
    Cood Shepherd Lutheran worship will be held Christian and Missionary Services for Central PlP.1:: > movements of a chill! while r.ailing
    Church on Carden Street in Tltusville at 943: and 11:00: a.m. Sunday Alliance Church of Indian River Church of Indian River City ir ." aid Dr John Bradford,!. Hannemann relumed
    divine worship services morning at First Methodist City will open its Sunday School announced a* follows by Ri< secretary of the Indian River home thin week from Chicago
    are held at t:00 and 10:30 s,en. Church with Rev. E. W. Nor' at 1:45: am with Park Braden D. V. McAllister, paitor: Optomdrlc Association, where he spent the pact three,
    each Sunday morning On Sun man bringing the message, leading The nursery will be Sunday Sunday School, 945 These graphs show that read, month an rehearaal pianist f'rTinthouRe
    day, September 13, Rev. Arnold "What Are You Looking For?" provided during each of the a,m.: Morning worship, 11 '0> Ini! I I. done by I series sweeps Theatre, I position
    F. Claus will deliver the last in Scripture will be read from meetings of the church this Sun Training Union 6:30 p.m.; FV, and dope| aiiHMi each line," be which he has held for the past
    a series of sermons about many John 1:35-42.: The 11:00: am day. Frint Ashbaugh will teach ning worship T:30; Adult thou stated "The eye must come to several year
    familiar Christian Hymns. The service will be broadcast over the Adult Eble! class, using the practice, 145.Wednesday a sharp focus at each. stop and
    title of the message will be radio station WRMF. topic: "A Spokesman for God." ':30 p.m.. Beginner ptrculve half a word) or MI on Mr and Mr*. Hannemann re-
    "Singing Unto The Lord Thr and Primary Sunbeam, ,hIntermediate each aide> of the (point of CIIc'UWht'D tide at 6 St. John St.
    Church School under the su Rev. Henry Roe will be the '' -
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    r.and .
    ough Christian Life! based on mining from one fixation
    the Text, Psalm 149, verses 1 to pervision of Sid Carraway will guest speaker at liar 11:00: a.m. 1:30: Prayer meetingBellwood to another the. eyes relax and I BAR-B-OUE PORK
    4. begin promptly at 8:45: a.m. for worship sour, Rev Roe is taking aA: nothing clearly '' IM'I'\
    \ andCHICKEN
    "ll age and at 11:00: for infants the pastor' place while he Is out
    Classes! for children and adult through/ year of town for two weeks. Special Baptist i "The duration of the fixation SUPPER I
    of all ages are conducted during music will bo provided by the Beljwood) Baptist Church sere during which reading occurs Is MIMS
    Youth recreation will begin at
    the Sunday School hour, Alliance Women' Trio (tees are announced I* follows a quarter to a third of a sec .nll I CHURCH of GOD
    4 00() Sunday with choir,
    9:15: to 10:15: am The Pastor's : p.m. The Christian Cadet and Senior by Bro, Herbert Walters: 4, )Dr Ilradlord explalmvl' The
    orchestra, snuck supper, and s.... Sept. 12
    Class, beginning a series of lei- meetings Evening worshipwill A.Y.F. groups will meet at Sunday School 9,:43 I.m numher of these fixation in lot) 1
    3fiO P.M.
    sons concerning the "Funda will IIM 1 running word ,usually, I :
    be held at 7:30 p.m, 6:30 p.m. Trenton Coleman Morning worship ; ranges t
    mental of the Christian Faith",; lead( the 7:3: () p.m. evangelistic This chapel I I. mlislnn ot FOOD FOR NEEDY-.Titusville'li Rainbow GirU gathered from (W at the college level, to Chicken ... Illi-CMU 7St
    will also meet at 9:15: o'clock The! ,Official Board will hold hour and Franz Aihbaugh! will Central Baptist>> Churth of Indian food tor needy families during a treasure. hunt last more than 200 at the primary I Pork Plat $1.00-Chiy {K
    its!regular, monthly 'meeting on bring the message River City level" FOR DILIVIftY
    During the 10:30: o'clock worship week at << slumber party in the home of Sharon Gaulton MM
    service a nursery is' pro' .Monday, Sept. 14, at 730: pm. Hubert Smith will lead the Thornton Ave. The girls packed the food and deliveredthe "Thin mUM that! In rending!' CALL 247-42U
    in Hennessey Hair The) Com First Christian of their activities during -' ."- -- --
    vided for of boxes
    the convenience prayer meeting this Wednesdayat ; early Saturday as part
    ) will mettat
    parents of small children Miss mission Education 7:30: p.m. Rainbow Week Preparing one of the boxes are, kneel
    Debbie Claus and Miss Janet 7:30: p.m. on Tuesday. Service for First Christian ing from left, Plane McCoskey, Denelda Scott t and Shirlcy'acemyer
    Nettling will be in charge of the The Sylvia 'Aldrich Circle will The Alliance Men will meet Church are announced a* follows } Standing are Sharon, Mrs L. I 11.! Gault and PUBLICIZE YOUR
    nursery this Sunday. meet Tuesday, Sept. II, at 10:30: Thursday 1:30: p.m. at the by Pastor Eddie Fine* Barbara Ziegler: the Rainbow's Worthy Advisor (Cailaon
    Immediately following the sec a.m. at the home of Mrs J, C. rhurth Everyone is cordially invited Sunday: Sunday School DIm Photo ) SERVICES OR
    ond service, the Coffee Hour, Flake 2324 OJd Dixie )Hwy to the above services ; Morning worship, 10:00: ,
    sponsored! by the Lutheran WOo The 11:00: am. choir will'! hold with message by the pastor, 6.45 Accident-Wise SPECIAL EVENTSON
    m( n', Missionary League, will rehearsal' in the Sanctuary on First PresbyterianThe p.m", Junior and, Senior Youth Weekend 'Quiet' I
    be enjoyed in the Fellowship Tuesday, at T:30 p,m. group; 7 30, Evening worship THIS PAGE
    Hall. The Boy Scout will meet at pastor, the Rev. Charles Wednesday, 1:311: U) 1:15: p,m.. Brrvard u nasty Sheriff f Depurtmcnt compound fracture of thf right

    At 8:30 p.m., Sunday, there Blanton Park at 8:30: p.m, Wednesday W Bales, will commence brief Prayer meeting reported' that every, lei.
    Ytu'll be pleased with the response yu eat 'hens rcblnj"
    will be short business The 9:45 choir aeries of sermons based upon theApostle' In the ,
    a meetingot am thing county Wilt "quiet"and Trooper Farlpn of the Florid these .
    the spl *f N rth Brevsrd County 'threugh $tae- dv.ceti
    the Good Friendship will hold rehearsal In the Sarictuiry Creed, at the ISO and Patrol the
    Shepherd t that the only serious are! Highway InmtiiiiliM church papa, A paid .dv.rlluemenf the sin ,( this anneunctmenl
    Bowling League in the Conference on Wednesday at 7:39() 11 o'clock at the worship First service PresbterlanChurch Sunday Il. dent KTiirlni! was one Involvinga accident, will cent yu enly I!.00 Mr Issue. Call 270111 'lee the ..,vita

    Room at River Lanes p.m.The There II I church.hournursery ..::::-: memlur of the Sheriffs IVpnrlment I .I en* If f cur ,i'vtrtlilnj men
    Bowling will begin promptly at Board of Trustees will a O1 "" over Labor Pay weekend LEGAL PADS D.g. Supply, 351'I I I "
    for children to mx, ,
    100: pm. meet in the church office on age $ each at !Star.AOvoeate Office. "
    at the late service only.
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    meetings Thursday at 7:30 p.m. ', I
    Week. Good l'IIe8i" Agent, William PuRh/ who In S ,.
    at Shepherd are as A District Worshop will be Sunday School, with classes for
    follows: Pastor' Class, 7:30p held at First Methodist Churchin all, convenes at 9:45: ; Junior.Hi Turn that they nay see,and .<. Itnl'd: to the Cixna Office, wan i 1A I
    ,hi., Tuesday duplicatingthe Melbourne, on Thursday, and Senior.Hi Youth Group; know, and consider and in a accident orcurlng on Soulh
    Sunday morning class led. Sept.\ 17, from 9:30: am. until meet in the church at 7 p.m. understand to'l'therCIII&o Tropical Trail on Muritt Island )
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    by Pastor Claus; choir rehears- ,2:IS. p.m, Please bring a sandwich 41 x20), Siimln/ ) TAO!
    IIi 1; 7:30 p.m., Wednesday/ ; Jim- for lunch This will in' ---------- To show our gratitude for The accident occurred when
    for Confirmation Class, 3:30: elude a dime! for all officer. at the home of Mr*. Miry I.at: the freedom that God ha Piiuh tar wit flirted( off the
    P,m., Thursday: and Lutheran The group will be leaving Hen field at Titusville Trailer Parkon given us we should be thoughtful rood by another rar and<1 struck .
    Women's Missionary League nessey Hall at 8:30: a.m, Wednesday, September 16th, considerate and under a tree r l v
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    : MISTER--BREGER-... -., j II We're glad we're the youngest bankIt I

    tiff M.I M r Il4 .a 1.W .M-'
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    Ann Landers I .v;
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    i means we can start fresh It means we have
    A le people who say they have to hustle because theyare
    new energy. We're not resting on our laurels.

    : Vulnerable Targets No. 2 to Hertz In car rentals. They say they
    I It means we have to be the pleasantest bank

    I I I..k. I around. We have to do nice things for people Just have to be BETTER.
    :
    r Deer Ann Lan'ors! : What who runs after a car. He doesn

    chance does i divorced woman really mean to catch It (We're glad to) We have to go all the way out to Geographically we may not be handiest to you.

    :.: '''have when I married man goes Dear Ann Lenders: My mother win new customers. For pleasant banking, we're trying to be worth

    .1 after her, tells her a tiling of Is my problem. She doesn caro
    ..: of to see
    lie and then, after she has aevtr how !she looks around the house. In some ways we're like those Avis Car Rentalbrevard coming way out your way

    .d all relation with tingle Some days she will walk aroundIn

    men who offered marriage he an OKI ratty bathrobe until ___

    \ dumps her? 4:30: p.m. 1 am afraid to invite : INDIAN RIVER PLAZA

    .... This story is such a tired one any kids over because I never 5 r) '

    I ::.."'": 1m ashamed to tell it My boas know about her. I 1 1ttf I. I I national I bank I STATE ROAD 50

    t :L. couldn't take his eyes off me Yesterday an especially nice
    .. ., e
    He pursues:! me as if I were the boy came to take me swimming

    I _. only woman in the world 1 was I wasn't quite ready and mom : ? -

    hat flattered, then mitten sat and talked to him for a few

    and finally hopelessly in love. minutes. When I came Into the "SIMKM ROXFU6L) i1 &1OO(! I 1. SEE?' TWEE '
    !
    WALLY KNOPXTJ 'r(: ; G 130E5 AEIAIN ,
    ; From the things he had told ID LIKE
    TO LEARN
    HOW TO
    : ..- me about his wife I was sure In an unladylike position, with I TALK
    \ BUT EVERY TIME I TRY
    she was a mess. Then one day torn hone rolled below the kneesI SOMEONE LAUSJJ }pp I! ,2.:;) I

    : ': ; we met I was stmnej:! She was almost died! That wasn't all, AT ME
    t .. "Madam, do I tell you! how to run YOUR
    j a beautiful woman, Intelligent: Ann. lit'r hair was up in rags and I r.L "1.
    business .
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    I : gracious, with a genus of humor she was wearing dad a army 0 09

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    and an engaging personality shoes. -- -- .
    IN TITS' IIIUMf. IMIIIT OK MnrUiior ap"rrl.lnlne( '
    (the ,
    \ \ ; What'. the matter with a man When I mentioned this to her Tile NINTH JtniGIAIj r Cllt .'",n.I'rlh.1"o..v.. r I
    OP PI'DltlDA IN ANI) MINIS AND OKUBHKU!: .1
    who wouh run arovnl I and cheaton she snapped, "If I'm not fancy (Volt TIT UHfVARII CQUMry ttacklndm. Hnv.rd County Plnr, .

    : a woman like that? Why did enough for your friends, that IN CHANCkllV Id.. the aDd day of fcenlcmliar.

    ., he chase me? And why Is he now too bad." Can you suggest some NO AUk 211ft""""M> vp'11( ( t; HVj 11H>4. Cnrtli R n.rnri VI VfI j q-I//

    f ":": chasing another divorcee this thing? PANCAKE; 1'\ Hl.lrAnnv" CLERK. ciKiuir TOLRT11KPVARD a It
    PDWARD A. OKHKIt mill HAM COUNTY, 9
    time a plain, unattractive one? Dear Pan: What cannot be tKL: li. 8C1IWAUT4:. Iru iM. FLORIDA

    .... You are the lady with the answers cured must be endured. You ".v'I.I. miff". Bout BY 4. 11: ,V.IS..28 Bnnnnler(frll 1M. ..

    '1 Do you have one for me? aren't t about to change your mother pn'I'/'p'fIVII.U: : ItPgKABrH: | BOY THIRSTY: IRMA LIKES BUT HOW DO fM NOT ASKING SOME NI
    .
    PARK rOlll ORATION/ NowJnrwv ADDING MACHINE ROLLS
    -SCORNED AND WRATHFUL ao you'd bettor change your imr.tlun.. I each at the Star.Advocate, 01.1'25c RI c IRMA, IRINO MG HOW DO YOU TO WAIT ON YOU SHOW I OTHER PAWS TO BRING
    funrtanl, DOIT i MEHANPWPFOOT Yt7UR LOVE F i ME AW CIGARETTES,
    I I Dear Seornel: an:] Wrathful: attitude TO l"I'NI'l'U.K' lib. Olfliepl SOMCIGARETTEE,

    The Don Juans will always be Never make apologies for your HKAIICM: I'A II Kt'lI1"OIlATIIIN. WILLYUMONK ITS HCW AM I ?
    I :I A r6IRL I
    i with They m'tat keep provingto 1t 4'" ., THATS GOOD SHE SHOWS
    us mother Conduct yourself like a Now 1.ro v mruiiritlon1JS /a s.Nt If.. v
    : 'a HER LOVE
    ; Hflli Av,nu-
    themselves that they still haw
    ,. .. lady even though she Is falling I Pa CrZ
    Now York II. Now Ymk t FOR ME ,
    I : .It. little short of the mark. A truly YOU AUK HKIIMKr Nil'I'IKIKl: ) la'a h. 1

    ., But never mind shout HIM, worthy boy will understand: 'Ihet ri>'....n.... mTtKu'lla, Iu"mic"p"fllo3' r f...M;) ,

    I't'a talk a 'o'it you, The divorcee and he I la bound to admire a girl ...h.ot you ml v.>u .10 r.aulrad .- ,flC' e 1 Pali lt5CI
    tlt
    to nrvc a COOT of yuiAiinwrr
    is a particularly vulnerable tar who shows respect under trying or iilinillnn to Uu Am. PPa =

    I g!t bucaun lie U a lonely wo 'conditions. ,nd." Comilnlit, ." on 11"In I II' -ir
    All .rnrv.. HIIAPIItO. VIti IU)
    '," man who feels like a failure, = AND WICII. I hw!: |.", 407 I Incnln 'I. p..

    These "losers"woulf/ do well to Dear Ann Landers: I have and It..,..filn/Miami tin Bin orlnln.l" li, Klorlln Annwor:Ol: ;'ir,'. '.. '.. j e r q ItGOOD

    remember that the married man been married eleven months My Inmllnir In |". nffb.'an I tin Pa {
    I (krk of Ihi .I ircult Court on ..r
    .. .. who chases darned Is I like a dog husband told mo before we mar hffir. I the 8'10' dev lit Ootolmr1WI4 Pa 11 PaP
    If you full lo dn m.. a li. 'I. '
    rled that his older brother
    was
    cool Pr. Cimfmmi will I. Uknn laa
    ,. HOWARD JOHNSON'S going to room and board with us ...In.' you for th. rrllrf ilornti. .aw+a. a -- --
    ... In the Amonitml. (nmil.lnl'
    S. SHIPWRECK BAR We needed the money and it The |>rot .rtv Invnlvfollow. .,' la .1'u.ln. p OUT IN LEFT FIELD ::1I. CERTAINLY MR. 'J L JTbLIKEN YOU CAN GOON EVENING,YUM YUM| ARE XHJ
    Ivlne and beiue in Hrev.rdCounty.
    seemed like I good( Idea Plurldn. and 1.'Ie.urlbod .. f ABERNATHY.eUYFIVE AFTER THE SEVENO'CLOCK TROUBLED SY DATELESS NIGHTS?...IS
    I Your F vorli i brink .. SHOW. LONELINESS GSTTINOYOUDOWN
    Every three weeks my husband ; l Don't lit heavy medial Pa STUDIOS
    EJ1terlalnmenll& Muiic That PMperly .i.vnlyed, le out'aeon 1 *. bill. catch "out in lilt PP J ?
    t works (the''night shift for Ivin..ud In Inn In HI.. you' MINU'TCS "
    U S. Highway 1, South six days When my brother.In. .v.rd. County 'I..rlI.. and .li field" lin.ncl.lly. O.t .n Iat OF PRIME h
    ilmurlbrl .. Ml..w.: AStna Life Major M.dical .1
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    -- -- -. -.- law and I are alone he makes Th.t port of thn I ,..11..011.* ,I.Expen.e Plan Thla plan 1 O
    TIME
    piinmrlIvlnx b-ni-t of U. MHlHhwiiv
    mmmimaii.mimmmmii My husband would knock Povne.uderconven
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    S TODAY passes No. I. la-wit: Pa e 1'I. Gy 1lsoN
    his head off if he knew t1 H. Onv..nm.n Lot 2. toM tG\v
    FLORIDA sAT otbua IK. Tawn.lln M MmihllHnni tlon.1 ho.plul and ourai 1'I. *
    I hale to make trouble between J7 Kant whl, h Innd" II. cal plane .top. It's ,USt la >- ..
    tau' *'. muri I.r Ii.... in. 1lIout. U H .
    brothers but I tant stand thin Nu I I. nod 1TM. in,..r. ur Ion a you Iw C b for a p a :x:
    THEATRE Tl, usvllltMatln > much longer Please tell me I.... on I Inillun Illvor. .. III'dlc. .1. I o
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    bv tint Hirrcr m. I. by I.
    .e> Dally at 2:00 what to do. I've learned a lot C, A. HUCKNrK: HuKlnlrri-d Q I

    from your column.-IN A JAM Land Hurv.yor. Kill UnllliiKlmlllk Pii :z eve
    TODAY THRU SAT, \ d.l d July SI 1U6H KEEL
    Dear In: The Bible says you Ie with ill rln.rlin' a.
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    are your brother's keeper, but It : INSURANCE :is .
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    GETTING AWFULLY THERE ONLY ONE THIS7u3TISNTMY
    doesn t anything about
    say keep INC. OF BEINS REJECTED THINOLEFTTODGILI.J0INTH6 -
    I Ing a brother who has the moralsof TV 'I.AGENCY, PaP Q / yuwyuM o'PAYI !

    51I71irh'N3W : a Tom cat Provisional, A Guaranteed '1. '.. FOREIGN LEGION. \
    Service 300 Maenolla Avenu. 1P1 tl r'
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    Tell "Tom" he has one week to

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    find another place to live or you ED RAJNISH, J67-JSSJ .

    EXPLODES will speak to your husband about US SO, IRC, t Block W. ofI. Pa

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    CLASSIFIED AD Child Care I GLAMOR GIRLS For RentWARENOUSI I. ______ For. Sale. 1 _Help Wanted Help Wanted
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    KIDDIE KEEPERS fenced --- ----
    yard FEMALE HELP WANTED FEMALE HELP WANteD
    INFORMATIONDBADLINB 2670570 SPACEs GUNS .
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    730 South "- PART TIME RN fo7Doctor'i office
    Dixie
    0 SMALL OFFICES and DEPENDABLE WOMAN to
    I ware- stay
    pm. D.f B.for For Rent .
    Box R, Star Advocate.
    FMhhmllaa. For W.d. *. tn Olt snag for rent iOO aquare feet, Old U. S. 1 with children S days per week
    U .11. >>>L Fur Man PubllctUoB must have
    MAC'S CAPE KENNEDY alrconditicned office. plus BOO aq own trinnporatlon Call MALI NIL WANTED

    EQUIPMENT 11 1 ft. warehouse space $123 monthly Indian River City 267 5060. -
    WANT AD RATE -------- --- --- XPE-RIENCED
    each J. W. Cnlldro Real MAN,3550yeare: !
    a Mmlmum Cb.... *>. Construction EquipmentHand I I ty. 267 SMO SEWING: MACHINES, ;Itt;; ; Fredrick's, Apply In night work at Co.Op Service Station

    Tools i WAREHOUS :t-NOW UNDER con- service all makes, new and Arrpsa Wlnn Dixie. person U.S. Hwy 1. See manager,
    ALL CLASSIFIED A Da 88 E. Merritt la Causeway used household or industrial Mr. Randolph.
    lUuitiun Any lire to 30(100(
    PAVABLB: IN ADV AN Ii) Days 8340-Nlehta!: 9.es up Call collect, i 'MoiiELci.. SsS --
    square feet, lease 267.0364. Industrial
    Exwyl U
    UblUb
    > >d Account Dun i Sewing Uachinea. Rock- ALUMINUMFULL
    VOSS MUSIC ad under classification or commercial apace ledge Florida i ,., NE6: -eZle. STARTING
    Clowltted. Dleploy RIO' A..II..bl.o. "Musical Instruments", available. Teenagers and adults Mate up,
    Request I SPINET PIANO "hairstyling and Job preparation or part time outlet for

    Tb. attr-Ailvocau rose,,,. tk. For Sale Repossessed leu than 4 aluminum Bar angle hollow
    p".lo.. of ...101.. or ........u.. FOR KENT a ..-- moniiia, Save 200. Take up p.,. 21171500.now rod inert channel!. Write Chuck
    - mat dvwtlxiiuint. wblob U d..m.oIlJ""lIoo. Floor Sanders Pollahnra C fURNITURE, NEW and used. meets, 3B months on balance ARD JOHNSON Metals, 13014\ iW 83: Avenue Miami. .
    bl. .od0 o0.nae lb. Box aprlnoa, and mattress, NEEDS
    new WAITRESSES Florida
    cltMMfkitlix of coy tdvortlMnwnl Phone AM 7-S2M: KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC
    from liial ord.rd le eoafora to 130\ 2673034FURMTURB 2124 W. TROPIC 267-438S MORNING and evening shift open
    L tb FACTORY PAINT OUTLETBaldwn ----------
    pulley or
    tbli paperTin .
    Experience unnecenary. (Continued an ....t Page)
    Bur-Advoo! will aol be :
    :. cash and
    .....on.lbl. for more tb.. one Is. Sh/pplng Center 'pay ia\e FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES. willing to train god wages/ ,
    oorreot Innrtloo nor will II be Bedrooms, dining rooms, chest Mattresses offered at w.rebous.prlcl" vscatlon with pay, hoe Italtna I
    liable for soy error IB *"'.rll_ of drawers, desks, btx>kcase. box See us today. Sill Garden thin Insurance, credit union, Apoply : MOVE I IN NOW
    I meDia 10 ...i. ..'. APARTMENTS FOR KENT -
    a.r r .1 tboe spring and mattress Call 267.3031iAS \
    lb. cool of th. .)'.... ocouuiod by _. -.---- -- M. Nldy Shopping Center: 88747J3 In peraon between 111 a m
    the Item In lbs .d..rtl..m.,1. EFFICIENCY FURNISHED, 502 : RANGE In excellent condition or 267-l9.. and J.4 p.m. at 1117 Washington TlltSE DESIRABLE: NEW .II

    Buitnm ..... Bobbins Avenue 267.4492.FURNISHED $100\( 26751811.TENOR .. FINE WATCH and Jewelry repalrEng. Ave. Tltusvillo. LIKE NEW HOMES ARE
    Ofriat Roll ai -- -
    Did' l AM 7JI831Offk. ( MODERN large.: 2 SAXOPHONE. RueechorIsrlbtocrall Jay Bee Jewelers, Indian WAITING JUST FOR .

    (Hour a 00 to I M bedroom apartment. 2676288. ( ). now condition, cost River. City, Indian River. Flaw.. _
    I 4exoe 4oo o" $J3Z TOP SOILFILLMARL YOUR FAMILY!
    -y- M-llforJg3|| :26784IW! ELECTRIC
    EFFICIENCY, electric I iJ.f .J.1.-: -. SHAVER!: service MaU
    FURNISHED kitchen shower, adults, 2114 h--wsed64w. 'debt ".101,,;,,.... ---lfatI05': BARGAIN HOUSE makes, Jay Bee Jewelers,

    Special Notice Old Dixie Hwy I "They just don't build office furniture like they" i Indian River Flat Coquina Sch,-2 Blks.
    used Miu New and Used Furniture and appllamra -
    to, Dymplel"I! nNd
    NOTICEI FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS, close I %a buy trade and aell I. Help For Complete Service I INDIAN: RIVER PLAZA shop
    hereby wish to give notice that in, efficiencies, weekly, monthly Refrigerators! $jj and up, Kuirinlieil ping renter only } blocks
    I will not be responsible for any rates sir conditioned" 417 JuliaSUwt for Rent 2510. Hopkins Ave., JJ AND OVERto : walk! Brand new 3 bedroom
    bills incurred by persons other 1----------. ---- Phone 267 4705. bowl; In Senior Cltlicn'a t league FRANK JOHNS 2 bath beauty with eneloeetigarage. ;

    than myself ,_ ROOMS !OH HINT_--01 .CAN BE FINANCED. on Wednesday: at 1 p.m: Call [for LandscapingCaU On high well.drained .
    J. 2 BEDROOM, alrconditloned, re
    Ralph Browning ---- ---- drtalla. 267-1118 River Lanes lot which has ample
    Box Rib( Tltusvillo. frigerator: and stove. Soft water, 2 BEDROOM house In Indian ROOMS FOR Working. AI e la- I PRIGIIT'' PIANO ------- room for that pool later,

    4 Sept 11, 14, 16, 1964 near Causeway quiet, 110. River City for rent unfurnished Double_ or single. 267 M70. Goud pin>in!: inmlition a bargain This one has more style
    Rememoer ''
    2674127 I $110.00 a month Sydney Schwartz ROOMS FOR rent with kitchro, at $'!13 JH7 6383.ENVELOPES ---- pay your. Paper. Boy AM 7-0656 %i ?, room location and quality
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    NOTICEAfter Realtor 1141 S. Hopkins -- ------
    privileges Call 287-0610 boforft I than we have arm for only
    r this date. Sept 4, 1964 FURNISHED Apartment for rent Avenue 2676100.3BEDROOM 5, after S 267.Mb6. 1 : Business Sloes $113110. Nothing down on
    $tOO month See Manager at -- --- -- -' -
    I will not be responsible for Florida Tbe.tre.I 1 bath built.In kit. 112.50 PER PERSON per week] Also linn Envelopes with clasp IT STANDS V MOVE A $51111 IN Down TOMORROWI rlland

    debt, other than my own chen. nice section new paint Rorket Motel Mime Phone trf fur mulling Full stock at Star
    Dilbcrt Cummmgs BEDROOM, unfurnished, central Inside and out Rent $110. AM 7- 3097 i Advocate
    5812 Morley St., heat and air 267.9193. 098FBEDROOM. I FOR Air ConditionedCOMFORT
    -- --- aad ?
    SLEEPING ROOMS eCflctea
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    Wayne Michigan UNFURNISHED I room apartment HOUSE, furnished rice. for rent m Orange St. V* INTEGRITYI oJIWCJESS for your family lathe

    Sipt.' 4. 9, 11 (Friday, Wed., aircondlt'ined.' central adults. 2670933. 3400 I watchword, on this spankIng .
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    beat, lovely kitchen range and
    Frl) 1964 refrigerator/ yard maintenance NICELY FURNISHED!: 2 bedroom AIRCONDITIONED- -- ROOMS. US APPLIANCE new resale on,the lurg.
    eat lot In llrentwixHl
    large enclosed Florida room Ibis
    Animals provided. Adult couple only weekly per person double ocupancy. & :1 t bedrooms. Built.In kitchen,
    267-4387.: $MO monthly. Arrow Realty 267- Royal Palm Motel W. CHILDRE
    ,
    7037. BARGAINS central heat & air conditioning
    267 4103. .
    r'lbow: for
    the
    APARTMENT OR trailers Weekly room
    PERSONALITY PLUS! 4 kittens.
    'A k 'eultot. .. Make reasonable down
    OFFICES FOR RENT
    2 months old, free to good home. monthly rata adults only
    Stores For Rent RC'pnSSf'S8t'd 21" RCA and assume exlut
    267 9510BEAGLE. I 504 GardenFURNISHED -- ------ 4.'J rl'rirl,
    20 X 40 OFFICE SPACE for rent -------- Color Console TV- pvw, iVymi-nti' of $ AOO
    PUPPIES for sale, call 3 room apartment, 267.4316. NEW STORE building for ofrlr Including' everything' .
    267.9382. $10. upstairs, private IRC, $75 i -- --- ----. or bualneia. 11 i 60 or SO 160. $500 Value -$249.93Rrpobbcssed DONT: DELAY CALL;

    monthly, 267.1928.UNFURNISHED I __ROOMS FOR. RENT. Heated and conditioned : This Is the official seal I of lha TODAYI
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    AKC REGISTERED female I Phone 2674160.
    I I National A. oclitloi of RealEatata .
    Chihuahua, 2926 South Hopkins, 2 bedroom pool ROOM WITH maid service and TVS27 .I .
    267.3559: yard care. Mason Dixie Apart. I Washington Ave. WAREHOUSE FOR HINT RCA Whirlpool I Bqardi. Only mambart 4 B-R $15,990
    I I
    mentj 2G7 5716 267 2192. of the Aaaoelatloo
    or 12 ft. may display i
    I -- -- -- cu. Refrigerator BEDROOM, I bath, Wood floors
    APPALOOSA AT STUD I ROOM IV private home' breakfastand I WAREHOUSE suitable for ahop. Pick-up Payments) only this seal And only pop who I :1 t Ml TO NASA CAUSEWAYand
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    Horses (for sale Singleton and COMMERCIAL BUILDING I 1 lunch available Men only garage or aturaga In center of Its fireplace, city water and minutes to lOiixil: I
    display Ibis seat
    Dairy Road. AM 7.2338, after 6. 267.5759: town See IL H. Hudson at btir $2.50 per week nay call them, Itw.r. Ideal fur doctor or dent churches end
    367.3974. FOR RENT or lease store .p.ce.1, Advocate. salves R..I..... lot's office. |24,21)0) Requiresrtflnantlnf DOW IICI:slurping' t uTu a
    i 20 ft suitable
    x 60 or
    ROOMS WITH bath, TV air con ----.- I
    .
    George M. Barley, Jr. which will plena the ejitlra
    flee Located Magnolia Plaia ,
    Boats For Sale 1125 monthly 267-192T' dltioncd weekly,, for double Vila, workers$23 single$30 -I I 17" GE Portable TV. Inc DUPLEX I bedroom Urge livlnl family It'i herd to believe

    Meals available Phone 267 9742, APPLIANCE J, W. Chlldre. PealtorDanenburg'i rooms, city water and sewer. I IS": you em get so much value:
    CABIN CRUISER 19' Inboard, DUPLEX fO. S1ENT Mila Motel, Rte 1 south of new New Set Warranty. pet month Income;. $13,300, $81 for your I money I:my termson

    fiberglass bottom, built In, 1962 I FURNISHED 1 bedroom duplexapartment causeway I SERVICE Only (69)! .95 Beach monthly, P and I. '1"Mes"tllj! Il'I'v.
    : !
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    less than, 40 .hours use. Coat Realty .
    with carpurte, IRC. I NEW 3 BEDBOOV. I lath, lane t
    $1800 new, now $595 today Own. SLEEPING ROOM private bath -.-
    267.3999. By North Brevard'a target I Duffy' Real Estate:
    I
    er. 267-6441. entrance refrigerator Indian 1 living; room, double rarporta, em- Golfer
    HOUSES FOR RENT River Heights, 244 Swift Ave. Independent Appliance Dealer TV EMPORIUM e Bryan.Conwty tt Ira! heat JllOltl,1940 jown. (IIIMr Attention '
    month Iniluillnc: principle,
    Boat Rentals --- --- I
    2 BEDROOM HOUSE, with carports ATTRACTIVE CLEAN private T.V EMPORIUM Dig Apple Plaza Winfteid Inc. interest, la us and Insurance. :I I GOLF COURSES In walking

    HOLIDAY BOAT RENTALSINCORPORATED and utility room, deep well bath home Call single 267.or 3064 double. private 287 3377 267-3877 I Campbell AiaocUtei: t BEDROOM I bath, stucco 100 I :3 dlntanre elegant. Chimne!floor plane today faktur from.

    water adult only. $73 monthly I -- -- --- I Inc Ill ft. yard, fruit trees, all furnl. Ins IMIU co. ft of llvlng..arna
    NEW 18' and 15' run about!. Con Thomas C. Popped, 202 Hillcrrst I Read Star.Advw.ite Clamilfiedal. - S Edwards Realty lure goes, Including tangs and with such added. feature as
    vcrtiblc top, 45 II P. motors Ave, 267 2008.
    --- nfrlirrator Only luuo, rt fire enclvied I garage or
    -Call P67-6D80- .--. 2-BEDROOM, 1 bath unfurnished. STORE MANAGER TRAINEESFor S Ed Kitties Agency quires retina acini. r.ci.:: TO' long rearacreen
    C Harris. Realty, Inc porch Choose colon
    on U.S. 1, suitable for small office
    &
    Building. Const. .home combination 267.9940 I BUILDERSWANTED I Florida'a Fastest Growing Drive-In Grocery I L. B. Newman, Reilter NEW I bedroom I bath, seven'heed tiMlay and your horn will
    flnanrlnj $17.100 Down
    -- -- --- or 267.4417, 1125 monthly. Stores Jatkson'i Minlt Markets Quflllfii-d Male and Donn Srarla Reiltori lia complete In 10 day. Top
    ICY CONSTRUCTION, resident --- --- --- payment 1680. Large living room financing4ksiy' $71 hip) fur
    isle, rrl.aV remodeling LARGE HOUSE, Oak IUU arcs. I Female Applicants Between The ARCS of 23 and 45: years S Stoner Realty turquoise kitchen: fir.plac'. real LXKCUTIVE ;LIVINU
    U yean In Licensed I Phone 3453472. will be considered Persons Selected Must De In Good I Sydney khwartgW { Call r.

    apd bonded.. : P oneC'mping AM 7232. 2 BEDROOM house, rarpnrte and "FOREST HILLSESTATES" Physical condition and Willing To Learn Our Business. W, J. Smith j, w, CHILDRB: REALTY' ,.1 Imperial Est. Resale

    HuntingTAKE utility Highland room convenient to Cape These Are Not Cashier Jobs and Persona Sr Ice ted Must ._..,, .,-. I 207-M63_. __ _. ._"'" i
    423 Terrace I De Able To Handle All Store Management Duties Portions NO QUALIFYING on this Immaeulate I

    YOUR vacation In a Floridacamper. 2 -BED R OMt'unlshd; .--$115 : JUST A FEW L01SLEFTI art Open in The Melbourne, Cocoa Cocoa Deach I To Serve Uurvn r.lba
    YOU Better
    Make reservation now mwlrl which la the
    I and Titusville Areas. Blanks Are AvailableAt "th"j
    : monthly 240 Coleridge. 267 SB33 Application j
    Cell Double J. Campers 267-1584 CHAS JANNARONTTltuavllle : I home bring offered fro
    AnJackson's Mlnit Market Group Insurance and uhiNvliihm" Ha 4 ,
    4 BEDROOM, 2 bath total i I
    Child Care rooms well located 2678802 or267.39'JtI. AM Shopping 7.3441 Center Paid Vacations When Qualified. Personal Interview I BOB RVAN OF RYAN REALTY I tile balha, separate built.

    I Will Be Condjcted Every Tuesday, Thursday and Fri In oven A range, mackbar.
    EXPERIENCED CHILD In -- -- -- -- ------- Pay each for equity/ and ai
    care day Between 4 P.M and 6 P.M. as Follows: Contact Mr I ,ndCAS ;: :
    clean comfortable home. Close i rime eslttlng I F II A pay
    at Jackson's Mlnit Market. 1003 S. Dixie, Rock-
    in Titusvllle 267.2210. Brady I menu of III* Inelndlnf<< lai
    See ledge; Mr McGee At Jackson's Mmlt Market, BO} Orlando I DAN ROBERTS OF ROBERTS REALTY I ... It Insurance CALF US

    CHILD CARE ,hour, day, or Road (Highway: 50)), Titusville or Mr. Dunn At NOW!
    week Indian River heights 287-
    Jackson's Minit Market, 221 Dabcock Street, Eau Gallic.
    5766. will] euinbln ibelr fupcrlrnre efforts<< and fir reaching rnn New 4
    Please In Person No Phone Call B.R
    Apply lento ELDERW MAN. mature, desires Magnolia Homes I prc18| purchasers and ifllrn We feel Ihn will
    In home. I ireatly benefit people" who desire' real stale action In I hurry
    babysitting own II YOU WILL LOVE this bcautl
    $2 per day Infanta and small I We allll have our familiar fully doslsiHMl. and! a tf utnl.
    children Best references 267- home on ovarilied lett In

    02811. high roiling. WhlipeHni

    oil .in Lagrange Acres JUST GOOD BUYSIN .Lakes lauren" On Lane qukt, Walk well-; kept toaehuuia

    wNENI and ihnpplnf .Min-
    tiles to NASA eauneway,
    I 24 Miles North of Titusville Beautiful 3 REAL ESTATE Central haul I tiled Oalhiahuwer ,
    bore. double: car
    and 4 bedrooms on big lots( with tree, 2 purl Only $UO dos on

    full baths, formica cabinets, ducted heat 31 line hat will front (he new road from VACaiwaway in HU No Down VA 'Thla

    gaTdQS range and hood. Sodded yards, Priced a..smseweI.1.s.oe' MwMkde Rt an. We're not tilling front fool prices but only' $wo per are. one TAVT LAST LONf t

    from $14.000 to $16,000. Call 267-4166 from tile lees. ....dM.M.W Terms
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    frontage I M sloverltaf, This I. IN* real e.tite Cozy
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    -III", ,-ItDfI_ landscaped. bit Air Onnril
    Ii l LUXURY SFOR PI.,.. tawaoIfy wIwbl 40) arras high and dry Only l 14 minutes' from Tllwvllle. Covered toned! terrauo floors. many.
    Wes.. SEE OAKWOODTODAY .f:...slew:.......... with pine and palm Irres We /,,1111.I.! la priced si half Ha market other failures for jro| u r
    ....... value, I7M with, eicellrnt ,....
    ... "" *.,.......edrrM per o rM.g.N rosy ... aiiume |W monthly
    / SO h.se.Ye e w "aeella.wt" Attractive t bdrooia, furniibml IJoooot>fw. localton test) off Garden FIIA payments wltk NO
    MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing I fUmrt. You don't bate U> drive. to Mr* here Caeoflnit buy H jUALlfVLVO!
    110.ioo.
    aelnaelOU>t .owes

    : LITTLE j/I j/I O 1.4..61 ease.. roe New > bedroom, } balk with riorldi' room. Central bait, air Why Not Trade1?

    I .. .. w' conditioned and citric gala' II a different IweawM It la Wluited
    ....... .
    -...----.....04.00. on one full aero. flue and term win amass you, ao fill sow: YOUR HOME, ear 1 M, beat or
    Feed far tfwvgM If a aur I LARGE 75' x 110' LARGE POOL I ILO'I'S wbal.have.you will make the
    ..,art and speedy aer..Ic.l whanyM I e One are reitrlcutd "hometlte" WiooOn down payment on your
    nead .. "'.".. Our rataa WITHCENTRAL SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES : BEDROOU) ) TOTAL( AFAOTUEKT3 choice ol ever 100 homri" In
    will plane **, t.elThink I IUJDCJ12 sere ...n paved street GoorIIIJod./ blob d T .
    WATER Etc] J OGSiifD Fa $100 4011i1tY ,::::"gI Two acre Mar UJ I. taal prtM IKMREVTAL don I you figure out your
    of i e nutty and GIVE US A
    I : -- > Bedroom. t baUl tHM HO TRY;


    I for Your Brtvard and VotaWa Ce. fUai K lat., tee Let Ua Help You Find

    FIDELITYAgent $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY Your Home


    TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Thuavlllc go north on lPEF71AL 1 TO. ..VER.4.ww. SUTTONASSOC
    Y I
    U S.1 to Mima. Continue north on U. s. 1 for one' more arw. i Ryan and Roberts

    AWED VAN UMES mile to our entrance: on right For free information iI & REALTY CO.

    call 267-3666.
    STORAGE St TRANSFER I II. C .;.. and Catdaa Roberta, Re|. Brokers OFFICE: MltltTS! St'N

    DAY OR NIGHT DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! MAO.SOUA PLAZA I INDIAN RIVER CITY 26.9440'] I I287SW
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    From Proceeding Page Mobile Hornet ,
    Brivard County riorHU task.
    Help Wanted TRAILERS Real Estate Real Estate ServicesIf Want To Trade Work Wanted Camay Florida,Juda Courthouse of BrotM TftWMtt Oetinty.

    _. FOR SALE FlwMa, within Mx e.Madaemestke
    ---- -- HOUSES FOR SALE --
    from tin data
    -- of publl,
    MALE HELP.. WANTED 1964 HOUSES 'POR SALE GUNS LABORER WANTS work. Whatever cation of thin noeee el.. the ..m*.
    will ha barred. Each claim ar demand
    BELLBOY, full time. Howard SKYLINE CLASSIC HOMESTitusville' 2 bath, Its ConstructionCall have you? 267-3963. wuat be ID .nner anj
    Apply 50 x 10(), small down, take overpayments i BEDROOM, by owner. 730 South Dixie form a> require by law.
    Johnson Motor Lodge, or Whispering Hills area. Phone ,.
    on lot. Best Home Value OTI'B TO rREDITIiR" t C. C'ROFTONEncutar
    phon 267-7900 267-4572. Old U. S. 1
    MARTIN'S MOBILE HOMES 3 and 4 Bedrooms, 2 Full Bath Len Randell! You and. aacb ot you ore hereby Sept. a, 11. IS. 3S (FrH 1984.
    .ollfllod
    .d required to prevent
    NATIONS FASTEST growing food Homes with Garages. INCOME PROPERTY Indian River CityIN say clalmo and dom.nd. which
    chain!, baa several openings In Musical InstrumentsBAND you, or .Itbor ot you may have LEGAL PADS, Bl| Supply, SM
    PARTLY BUILT duplex BS x 117 IKalnit the Rotate of MAniA 1.KCAROLA .,
    the THuiville Permanent !
    area BUY NOW foot lot, good location for rent Free Estimates, References run CIRCUIT COI-RT op also known u LUCIA each at Star-Advocpte Office.
    position: very liberal INSTRUMENT THM NINTH' JUDICIAL CIR Of;'AHO LA. Dec a.ed. lade of
    benefit, good starting nary, repairs and rentals WILL TRADE ing. $1.000 invested will return Ct'a? IK AND FOR BKEVARU
    must have high l school education, KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC first year. Phone owner, 267- Remodeling, Repairs, Carports CHANCERY COUNTY FLORIDA ---

    thai over future.21, and deaira a position for Instruction on all Instruments Nothing Down, See Us Todayat 1481. t eta| j New Home, Driveways, Florida NO. !8MT1kllTICK HI CALL STAR-ADVOCATE FOR
    Contact
    the 7-Eleven 2126 W. Tropic 267-6385 PI HllrtTlOX
    Stores office, 803 N. Fiske, Colonial Heights Real Estate WantedWANT Rooms, Commercials.No LINDA PARK,
    Cocoa. Phone 6369635 Monday RENTAL PLANS School bind Hopkins Ave South .ve. Plaintiff
    thru Ff: aldl5imh or atop by instrumenta now available It 267.8641 TO assume mortgage on DONALD WELRORN PARKS PRINTINGOFFICE
    : 7 voss MUSIC In Stereo Store, two or three bedroom house with Job Too Large or Small Defendant.
    Eleven Store to pick up appll Pirtle Plaza. Phone 267-1829 for little or no equity. 2678997. TO: DONALD WELBORN
    cation and get more Inform home demonstration. INDIAN RIVER HEIGHTS. 2 bed 207-2951. after 6 p. m. P.RKIRout.. ,
    Xo.! 4
    Thomaavllla,
    ation. This II a equal opportunIty room, no qualifying, small down North Carolina FORMS LETTERHEADS
    p. o. Box 1204 City
    267,7297.
    Plumbing payment $51.79 monthly.
    employer. Supply YOU ARE HERKIir NOTIFIEn.
    RIDER WANTEDRIDER Ihut a Complaint tar BOOKLETS ENVELOPES
    SALESMAN AND stock clerk, full 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, ]large Florida been fll...l analnat you Dlvorra, and you hat
    time employment. Apply in SEPTIC TANKS room, well low down payment. DependableUsed Ire r.dulrefl ta aerva a copy of TICKETSAM
    EcKerd / pr-, 625 Carrie Hill Rd 2873816. TO Wellington DC or area. your aniwer or pludlnn to tha
    ion Drug Store Pirtle
    of pre-eset concrete, steel reinforced Share About complaint on the plaintiff at. 7.0331
    expenses. Sept 15. ,
    Plaza, Tltusvllle. 630 to looo gallons. Greasitraps 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH all i brick 2fi7-3940. Coquina lorney Howard Avenue,L.Tllu.vllle Mayea.I it., Flor 125
    Installed,tanks pumped and borne with fireplace, central heat Cars & Trucks Ida and tile the original' answer
    Mobil Homes cleaned, drain fields relatd. Pittman and air. 2673806. or plMilln In the office of the
    Clerk of Clroull
    -- ---'-- Septic Tanks' Inc 267-4421 1959 CADILLAC, full' air- Court. Brev.rd
    County .
    power Courthou.a Tlluiivlll,
    TRAILER FOR balk brick borne. Rides WantedTO
    RENT
    1 BEDROOM 2
    2016. TttuavIlie.Real Florida on or before" ,
    P.JXBox conditioned, good shape, will the etb day
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    Florida and double Local
    room car of October & Distance Movers
    -- ---- IWU if Long
    you fall to
    conditioned trade older and
    J BEDROOM trailer, air port. Central best. Call 28T- for car assume da ao a d.e... pro gonfearo will
    carpeted, residential electric Estate 2039, BJC for 7 a m. claw Monday, payments.!!.. 287-0305. ba taken analn.t. you for the .....
    lief/
    ilomaailed
    rates, $81 monthly Call 267-9108 -d Wednesday, Friday 267-336. 1964 MONZA, 2 TED .t in the complaint.
    CORVAIR door
    after 5 p.m.TRAILER METZ REAL ESTATE Insurance NEW SMYRNA BEACH-New custom 501, IIrd dap ot eoplembrey1064 l Moving lSq'ElOfe'' ? PackinG
    3 BR House, $100 down built 4 bedroom, 2 baths withexcellent coupe, 6 cylinder'' speed, etc., (t.'Ol'ItT MEAL i
    FOR RENT, corner U, 57.00 me. Homes, Lots, .c Union view of ocean and river. ServicesWILL assume payments. 267-5733. Curtly R. Darnel Storage HHlKSBV Shipping
    S. 1 and 50. Phone 267.3679 after 9022 E. Colonial Rt. 50.
    a Lam living room with fireplace, Clerk of Circuit
    1962 NOVA STATION! WAGON! air, Court
    1 p.m. Park 2773204. I central heat It air; intercom; 2 DO Ironing in mjr 'home. owner must sell. 267-0413. Tltu.vllla. Florida' FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341
    Hy V. 8. flpaniVr
    City car garage on corner lot. Will Phone 267.8449.DRESSMAKING Deputy Clrrk LOCAL AGENT -
    BEDROOM trailer, airconditlon.cd APARTMENT ,
    I : house, lots, boat WILL TRADE for boat motor Howard L, ,
    accept or trailerIn ear ,
    M.yea
    Jr. '
    55 10, Eau Gillie 640 feet street
    zoning,
    sewers BREVARD
    x ALplna trade. Call 4286944 New ORIGINAL styling and trailer. 267.1570.Wanted Attorney for I'lalnllff RIDGEWAY MAYFLOWER
    4-6949 collect after 5 p.m or frontage corner property over expertly fitted, alterations ,. J.5 Coquina Avenue
    Smyrna Beach or write P.O. Box COLD FUR STORAGE 1600 N. V. S. No _CRATING
    for O. (*c 1388 1
    2676205. three acres, close in, Interested, 2026. men's and women's gar Tltuavlila/ ,
    call Sydney Schwartz, Realtor, ments. Lllllen Hudson 267-3158. To Buy ,IlorldaSept PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE
    J BEDROOM trailer wltb cabana 4 II 15 86 (Frl> 1UM.
    1141 S Hopkins Avenue, 267-6100. BRIARWOOD _.
    Old Dixie --- -
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    on Highway. $75 -- ---- -
    a i beautiful highly restricted area FREE III. .
    monthly. 2675597. HOUSES FOR iALI
    USED AUTOMOBILES, Qty Auto
    of better 35 bedroom homes,
    i oversized lots, covered L.P. BOTTLED GAS Parts AM 7.3888.tNVILOPES .
    BEDROOM wide withgrass
    10 trailer for 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath, screened
    rent. Adults only. 400 Oak: Ave.,, porch, range, drapes, corner Jot and;! trees on School bus INSTALLATIONISuburban !
    Osceola Trailer Park. lawn rout. See these exclusive de. Business Sizes -
    nice payments only $75monthly. Propane
    BIG
    lightfully different designs. Only BONUS BUYS
    I Call
    267-1739 after 8
    for stock
    _TRAILER. SPACES FOR RENT p.m. 3 completed homes left. Some 2019 U. S. 1 N. 267-6411 mailing. Full at Star-

    f TRAILER WAGES featuring It ft. bedrooms, Advocate
    a BEDROOM Florida room 2 choose colors during construct -- ------ --
    Large Ms. Reasonable rent bath, svaliable\ Immediately, ion. LaGrange area. 1 mile
    Good transportation to Cap low down. 267-06113. north of Tituivllla off Old DIxie
    FRIENDLY SHORES CALL 2678300SWIMMING NEW 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH BRICK HOME
    3 BEDROOM, 1 bath CBS house, September
    V.S. No. 1,City Limits Edgewater, oil heat, paneled Florida room, Super SavingsSPECIALS

    SPACE-- AVAILABLE, 4B II-tJ 100 ft., utility room, awnings, carport, POOL FIND ONE LIKE IT & I'LL BUY IT! .
    patio, fenced yard,
    New Frontier Park, North U. S. pump, fruit HOMES
    frees, $12,000. See at $2 CroveLane
    ...1, 267-0833. Tltusvllle. 1560 feet and
    TRAILERS: FOR SAL $15,050, Sq. living area double carportegarage. -

    4 LARGE bedrooms, forced air, Beach going, going GONE. All extras. 85-120 ft. landscaped
    32 FT. TWO bedroom trailer. $475 all GE equipment, FHA $16,700, Here'r the opportunity to enjoy -
    Crandall Trailer Park Phone $600 down. 267-3564, Florida's unique advantage to lot. Sidewalks, paved streets.
    I wly.of.life.
    267-9576 after 5pm.G3 MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into t I, 1. City setting large landscaped .
    total
    $16,990 $1100 down $110
    TROTWOOD 50 X10,2 bedroom, or 4 bedroom homes, brand new lot, 3 bedrooms, nice price. a aei
    equity, araume monthly In area of much higher priced location. month or $2440 down $89 month.R.
    payments ; a .
    6909. 267.3311, ext. 266 homes. Small down payment and 2. Country setting tremend : VACATION SPECIALS I y wH
    only $85 monthly total LoU
    before S p.m. or 267-2169 after paymentVA our lot 100 x 300. great for
    no down payment. BRENT!: kids, 3 bedrooms :z: ..
    6:30: p.m.PARtiALLY built-in I kitchen I "
    WOOD ESTATES west on Oar- M EVANS BUILDER.. OWNER
    FURNISHED, S bed I den St., AM 7-7142 or 83I-B6U. etc.Space ; H 63 PONTIAC $2300 ,
    10 SJ, Owosso Mobile
    4 room x Real Estate Inc
    LUXURY LIVING,
    to
    home 11 x 18 ready move AM 7.2834 '
    expandable
    living 'Into. New 4 bedroom brick ret ," 63 FAIR LANE
    title room or, no rent down for, $10$120 will monthly transfer homes. 3 full baths built-in I Glen Schlueter 267-6668 I $1700

    267-4825. range and oven, dishwasher,

    disposal radio, rcoc'r: : garage AM-FM, as N O A 62POHI. 4 DAYS 3 NIGHTS 62CHEV. R o

    MOBILE HOME OWNERS low as $2000 down. 267-1921.

    LIVE RENT FREE :0
    Remember par your :Taper Boy


    FREE! \ here's $$1750 H. T. VACATION $$1450 4 DR.


    |$20 down payment and 120 a This Stands < =
    month will buy own full
    your "

    lug aero Become Lake mobile Louise your home own Estates.lot at landlord.beautt- For Quality phice lihe HOME aLrh '61 CHEVROLET $1250 H: o W :


    month.Don't tear Many up rent families receipts now each reside sbt.tpL lNM 61 FORD $750 E N o

    In our beautiful trailer community / f :
    visit us and see for t6f4UNITiOti I especially if it's home <
    yourself the finest self-owned a
    mobile home park. CM !. I 4 6
    LAKE LOUISE ESTATES FULL FUN DAYS I

    14. miles east of Orlando on
    Route 50 Phone 568-2781 built by I

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    ACREAGE HOMES:bTHERS; .the This National la the official Aisocjation Seal of of lj.. FISHERninTBuild,1 f SALESMENS BEST BUYS I

    Horn Builden. Only member

    158 acres so, of ]Ind. River of the National Association
    ?
    City fronting U S. 1 old and and local associate :
    new road and river frontage, ions are allowed to displaythis "HERE "LET'SGO .
    :
    1600.000. seal: FIRST '
    105 acres 1500 ft. fronting "
    Whlsp. His. road, rail for appt. Alexander Construction J"SEE TIS" 1t'- ;
    to see and make offer. :
    See The 3 4'
    or :
    So.10'fecotUmoor acres, 700$43,000.ft. front. U.S1 Company e RALPH tLn 1 il HERB !

    acre 70 acres, SCOtti moor $1,650 Broyhill Development Bedroom Homes SCHIEBEL HARDISTER l

    1500 acres, ten year terms, Childre Homes Inc. In Beautiful
    Hurry$675.000, best buy In Brevard, Cowart It Carter loo. '" 62 FORD 60 CHEV.STA. 63 FORD I

    500 acres Carpenter' Road, Cozart Const. Company CALAXIE V-8 WAG. V-8 V 8.
    AIR
    $2.250 acre.E.t'lualve. COND.
    with us, a mill 1 Fisher Construction Co \ Forest Hills EstatesHOMES

    grove 5 acres, a sleeper clone' in,,hurry.Ideal for mul- Futch Construction Co. \\ $$1475] $$982 $$1739 !

    Gush subordinate.dwelling, owner will John Beach BUILT WITH THE BEST FEATURES '

    I1' acre to 10 acre plats, some Louis & Brown Inc. Are Built By
    for trailers i only I few left, come Over An Acre Of Cars To Look Over FREE 4DAY
    as 1 low; as $950 per acre Hurry I Northwood Builders, Inc.
    18 acres,fronting proposed 195 VACATIONiv
    Penziner Bros.Robert FISHER CONSTRUCTION
    no of Mime, $2000 per acre. ,. r *
    Homes 3. down on FI1A, VA Evans I
    no down payment. Ronald Moretto FOLLOW rUE SIGNS & McCotter Ford
    Auk about other homes of all
    kinds, "the home of over 200 Tiffany Builders, Inc. Salesman! On Premlaes

    Listings, and see (call or writ Justice Homes Inc. TRADE IN DIVISION
    "
    and LET Il'J
    us US SHOW YOU. I

    JOHN A. GORDON James Trimble 730 S. Washington 267-2657
    William Everman
    Registered Real Estate Broker I -CENTRAL FLORIDA'S TB\DINEST: lORD DEALER"
    & Main, AM 7-3023 Titusvllle Wingate Homes .

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    V AFHA NO DO WNGARDENDALE !IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY '

    $15,000 TO $19,000 y

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    Several Large LOTS FOR SALE !Ii FAIR CLEM.
    A Community Of Fine Homes In TitusvilleOnly >14750 U t *s Homes rettrkted to 1MO ,q. ft rlolaom.>

    LOW DOWN
    PAYMENT 2 Miles West of U. S. 1 On Garden Street COWART & CARTER l ;


    THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM TWO TILED BATHS 3200 Phone Garden: 267-3222 St, or THusvfll 267-2331*


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    HREViRU, 4UINTT OMM1 oo*. Florida on II...... afcoumlwrat i ,UtU'Km'IIT Hurl" .Is .......) .Iv.n. I. nc. MOTH I n hpi, '-hy "'lv' '.... In ,i,..
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    Letters To The EditorEditor NOTIfF OP rtHIIC HBAIMVO' a. r-. inset I r'son.ad : ITMAT' I'I.to ai'Jr.r ajroinfd I Count* flMMhc RtMlUoiutkM *> ard County Xnnlnc 1.r.tI,,:11

    TO WHOM IT MAT CONCm' : h.srtnt MA1bv re.OSl'ti lIbv ilye....1"s as- A RJondy IfMvMtk ha> rou.al* NOT1C1C' : li hraky tvn. In .ocordanc or cfse.iP Cam at ,.. Section 51 the :r,,: Ik* rutrara' 4>>untfennlnii ,tM Brcvnrd ('nun" onlnn I IN., I II

    with Unction, II of ,II. tie County CetiSt 1,0-' lIe: : ..== ... IrYrMd of County ('urnmle's : jfiard. i"i t'nmii:. rnmmlMlmi, :., ,
    : Bobby ttainedy II "asking not Brvvanl Counu RMHtatlont I : nt aaJ DOR. tan .os14ae MM retlocot fnrrMbirp ..Ian. IjEsMflritlnn
    Zoning ::=::: : Ir.. Mald.r :tho: 'i>qir'' for ( *
    day I Cake this opportunity to what he .n do tor !'4e*- York list Brevanl County lonlnr. Board I"" ...... CouM11 leo :! '''L '. M* fc of nUMtnntlnn. In RIj4 i.. III' -t i IOiw'eil l I It,
    baa reqwatrd. that lie BrayardCiMntv pa"\'l1NXIt"" isvea lr Hoard'Roanl of County Comml Delendaita.OlitliS 1I\ln..l. r..rally) with "slpe'lot I'b'* Hit A Wat i. ml', imilnai. '"n ""tfnllanrlni
    commend the splendid spirit of but whet New Y ric cm do for coe.y .rna anss.ners : couNT, UONINO' klonara conali1i tic ro..umt for nr HI IT I'rrmlt fir Hanltarv nrwfr, 'rr.."* di-i ,.Oct iirnp. .riv
    : Oommlnlonara. co *Mrr It OPTICSSIT : rhaou of .la.iirioillcm to RI:.1iMIngl STATS OP PLORIDA TO mInI I'lunl on I the Mluwlna "*nirlbril part of ih Wai 'W of (tniRW
    interest and cooperation your Innfl. iiat for (rhka' of cliMlrlfktlonta 0. n. Privy. : Pamlly; ) with 'l> 'ilil' I'is'Permit Jam*. O. Baton *nd \ proiMrlyR 'I. U il.to.. rlbil. in Oil JMTownihln -,.,,,
    has shoKn in the past tt HI.-I iHrMaJibnrbo RtllHualnna ZeRi forv't.r Trvalmanl Plant Dorothy' I.. Maton hIs' wits i &* of th. Mf *f Ihi: Vnf I Hi ,tat
    paper Former Governor Thomas E.I ) on Iii. following draeflbod .!....!: .11 iTrlJI5S4. _,,, on the fnlUwln trN" >acrllxMl araiwlvMM ", eI.I..... I'nkaawa ihi;. aw .: la th* CT r=rlf'ti: Ia Iu'.ttl w-l, : -I:: :
    the mutual efforts of Flortdatcommercial Dewey has out ftf obncurity properly' a at Ik* W of lt n uaubnltwil and. all parti. clalrnlnaInlaraati IhrrrufKriilim nf' t'14 N; *. I spl.t11s5s'-iV, ;Jaoutb ))00"I
    todustrend come Una ai and 27 China Ward I' aa ....... TltuivlnVPrull bv Ibrouib uilr nr a.O.lit Ib* h.r Towoihlp H Kami* of leWIS .A...
    banking to say: "Every state is en* Plal *f III''''. hit Unok Igoofo SeeThes. .CU..T.0.111; Pan U ....ll rworrtM ..ld Jamn I). .ton colt Dnraibv in, I IS lociwil, =t"r.5.mairly lrflLkHBAIItMO will b* h'ld I
    in furthering the wet O"lrlCrin I'B 1sSs'ctl I Gaum, his wlf. aid all parti'* l mil* aMth' "f ,
    press titled to two United State senators : IT ftwnahlp' H Raw* : Mor't.J.I; M i '
    .04 P501455. ns 10e.d' "$.atrm" :
    fare of the builneii' community CO'tlJltKMNOtTfR witch .In IncalMl MRAHINd wet b* Held :
    mi. wkhb I li loaatrd anpmImately anproilmalilv nut. till or Iktaraat .In in* ralpratwrtv 'llM4 ::
    It is not right that Mara*- I .ltTI.'i..r: Its. nl P'OP AM or a* n oIhprnartrr
    MO Writ nf t'. N*. Ian : I I. tirby Jvon; In arnardanir ', mil Mnuik of MR Wt with lmprovmnta thew laltire 5 Omti.: r m 7S ,
    and public through economic ehusets should have three and North nlda or Main' mrMPt win .m-tlon It of the C > hill Woes nf rae KallrnailllliLIC on b.rln drrlbrtVOI "."a. rlnrlit *n .."....". *>n,*.....', a* .poiofbn) Final. Pot'"' I Iuul
    education Irk this lame spirit, 'BI.IC HEARING will .k* held Jrrxanl; County. Benin* Raulallnoitbat NKANINd will n* brlilat AND MACH OP TOIlhs'ivhv :mIaua.ISalIAM.le >" Milthrmiftr **r'tLr' r..r'j; i :
    New York should be reduced to raonntriltbal the AcrMullaril Vntr .In (' .. ,***lltl*. Klnul r.ncirtml ltsiihi
    at ( Agricultural Center' In Ooco i Arthur Clark hal oma tad notice that a ault baa ,
    we believe you will wint to One" .""hrl on Monday, S.l>l ailwrJd the lire> anl ('.uiy A.i.lnj rtoMiU.. on ".n...". HrplFmhrr" been filed a..alnil vou In the hrlnji will l I.. .bmrd: by lb.lIot'd IK* Olulv fttrt heIr Cots rlou**. Tlluavlli: Ii':i',
    Fiorina mmdlsi
    sass ., II'110 A. M. or .a MM* Ho.rd, Hoard 1 at County Cnannil. 2.. Ions! al l at ..
    readers the fol All ..
    Inl.01"Ifti1Pl \
    share with your .. .Ib..... Final .. lit. ( nvalv ''*".. Nova*,. Ttimrttla, lowlna tbla *l
    The that the lhrartr .. potman Final report, ionr t imnUiHf, the r q a*> rriiortand lull ,la to .... that on-lain '
    lowing: experts report u* h"orill"II\ b* kaN by lip ehaain of vlaanlfliatloa I:1ka: rmrlnir Kill .h* banl bv the HIM l am. doted. March" :t*. Itam b'I..rtdi.. at theSe firm _iia. f">- :1I''horaln rorNTY tlvan' nil wiiifjiiOFFICH : <
    Kennedy candidacy might split Brmrd' of County ('CpounuMonnr iTwi Pamlly kildioilal> on Ibffollowlni lii..nl af ('ciuni l)' On inilailnnri, Cl l and nird of nubile raoord In offlolitl ,....1.. kit deli. All ItltfrMIMtparti ) I
    CASE OF THCDISAPPEARINQ the. County: Court Hmiaa. Tltuaxill: aaairlud pronartv:: ha County toilet Hnua*. TltaivlllpKtnrlda Kfworda Hook Stt paa Dili. : ** ar brl IronIISSYAIIS nuu : .
    the Democratic Party in New Florida' at tide Mm mvrtlni "'. N Ml ft af Ib* W IO4. ft nf al I.'lI : mtwilna: fill t. .....lIr Records at lirovard CountyPlorlila ( ) OOPMTT XnMNrt lit 41.oaln D. r.*lrrtnr".
    DIME York down the middle lowlni thli dalr. All lnlartdpartlM the D"nr4 .01wrlb.d., In' ma 8.11 .inwlni Itit All InlrnitrdHarilii drIlls le-44IU ib. hi.ri.ln- SliepIClaNY ?
    right .. .
    : : : : O. 1\. Ppe.,. .5.1,1, II 1"1'11 I M.I'm
    an heroin (lvn nnllc. tote, MS .bring a part of Lot ire heroin! ilvrn null w.HUKVARU nrtor ,Imrlbad sell I ,cose-rlv. Th
    When the man tied his tie and Here II' classic example of RRRVARD COUNTY ZONING 5 or.). K D pn l. PI.. 2krrllnn COOhTY XtJSlNO nun of 'tb. Court I* .h"'h sold S..s. lr.e4.reepI.0lj1ro.a.1II ----- ---- ...
    NW Town.hlp :i UrfKK uinitln .. III. Circuit i \ ..
    orricisBY .17 null: li III 71151 t'lltCl'l? f'nt'II't ,tOt
    put on his coat he also took the the fight between the local boy O D Pravylonlnir Kanir J(. whlib I. besSel. K BY O. D Pescy.Zuntn court of ih* Nlatk '_1.1 rirrultI IN Tlla) -ml.lll.t.' tuinfIsItICYAlID v; hut NINTH: I 'P"'UI. 'tll'
    and the stranger Rumor has Director, side of Myrtle Av.au apnronItnitvlv Director I and fnr lie C*tilv nf Hrvvanl : COUNTV' PLOKIlU IN A
    dime from his drt'lser.On his way ....pl. U (PHI 1M4nKKV ', mil N of Nell MirrptPt betttl Il'rl.) 1\111'\ mat.* of Florid. In Ch.lw.rv No (.hanvry. Ni. : .fujii, \lI'IT 'N'p."l11t1CV.A111J. .
    it that a lot of Democrats, even 'HUHHfcAIUNO will b* hfldIt 1 -"" MOno, anil the abhrvlid: (Into of N 1I't' U'IC ii r HIM ('HANCPIItY rinMITII
    to work he Used the dime to hive the rlculturil I Oatar I* Co. i n nn ''II'TV Kit MMI' IK* ra,* la AnwrlS Irvlna $.v, MARQAIIKT M. nOallCMrAoNrialniiff,, '
    the fickle kind they in pea Plnrlda' an Monday, UnplnnlwrIH4 Itt nnc: In*. Hank a New York t'nrf..ralion hr
    buy a paper The newsboy spent New York don't exactly ap- 'KI> ('R'.TliO"'II". :at at coo A. M. nraIsonn I NOTH r.: Ill 1".lI ir MK 15 elvis' ':. ;., ,. tM Jam** (>, 1.1.l lnn census 11 1I111"I'II' ill I liii lbraftr .. ponlbl. Final rnnrland iTt> UllilN ir MAY CONCKHN: oct I imroihy I* Kama ".. C-1t711'rflPltlCII ht'. )iulIlIiIT.aoN. : : W. MiOKRLKOVA
    the dime for i cup of coffee it predate a New Englander coming MtTirK: OP s-s situ nrtKiMi': ....rln.. will b* .board .by ih. I N01UK I la kwhy l\m, in arjwtnlaniii wlfo. I..r..d.nl.. 1'.la"rr..
    To WHOM IT MAY CONCKHN, Board of County ('omml..I""*" al wiSh MKllon 1llravirl ot the The .......II'lIn", of Ih* ral brotv \\.1..1..
    a shop where the proprietorgave to town and trying to pluckone las County (Him'I home, Tllu.vlll. County. SonIse I Itkat lir.ol.tl'n. arty Involvml. In. aalrl suIt awdacrlbd tul: ChrUlotihar. W Miib..ttnaaddria : i 01.0015.51efIIt54o1:
    of their choicest political NOTICK la hereby Ivan, In a. "...1".. at their' Strut mtlnt fnllowln Hlonily Mm, itk hai nniuMlailthat In lha Omialnlat. II a* \ .
    vaknobjiYOU
    the dime In change to a luMlanc with "Nnetlon n ot the I tile .1.1.. All Inlrrulnlparil lh. llrrvard. t ounlv Hanlrm: AKM HtfriKar ,RdripiHb TO.. 1.1IofA: H Mi-UI::!:

    man who bought a pack of cigarettes plums The whole thing could Rrtvard County Boolnn Itetulallona ** ire bred Elvan I notlo*. Hoard/llnaril. of County Comiulatlnniira "i'.oT". ". Illai. H i (*AI thai a ('omalalnt' far ..If''.... baabn Hnuli. fn I M<' AI ,,, .
    lOst Itlnndv Mnndlth his rrqunatmlthn NOVA I'AKK KKCTION Aircnritlna *. KoHth tin
    mnalilrr the I toe .
    1IHBVARI COUNTY SUN INtO ri-9Uat flfad and
    This man left the dime create a kind of Bobby back the llrvinl County Soul,. I.e isIt .rhanir nf .lanalfliallnn 5,, RI'-I (o nlat Ihvrrnf. aariHiinlnl ar* rr ,:iilrd Milnat.u I* arr 1 emIly you of Tot: Auk: Mflirin: '! >: nritlT,
    Hoard Itiinnl nf {'01101%' Commlaalnnrrt "telnet "..nll with Mnolnl la In Tint.. llnnk II na* ... thai" I fimtiliin, t,"i 'n" ",. ilu ih I ,.
    when he bought lunch BY tl I II. Privy ) tour .*. r or .. .. \\10. la. ftfi.il ,, ,
    as a tip lash.Our nulilnr ih* rqu al far Z.nln\ IMraelor' IVruilt r...r Water, Tr..lmrnl Plum' 141: I'ubllK liiorili of Hrvirdl" MHtiphiini an Sill. "ntaiaiitri atlorlwy >ra teal" i': I.t:1::
    the New York' and the waitress spent It for advice to : ) : : 'I" ,1. II (Pill IWI4 :mnr (lora* Nit bl lbS ,.
    ; .
    Funilly with : lee OItIll'l llp: I. lh
    bobby pins that afternoon at the era is simple: count your bless IVrmll fn. Sewer Tnatmnl. Plant the Wixl" aM nf Ika NW t. of rqulril in ftl* vur ......... ,.. ('11.tr'n. ; of H.llilr<;'lUCAS'S: AinndK AUK, I.u HIT..ni, .arhaMui' fin tIn nliairT. : < "ut <
    ..
    tk. iluacrlboil ..,.. fl".1 I I. III" 4' l lii
    fillmlnic -
    un : I.ro.r.vrfI She NW >. th. omplalnt with Rh. hen olth '
    .
    dime store. The dime store logs and enjoy a Kennedy while : !lll' uf the N SIT nf Ih* W For Your _'.. III Townibl tl liana. abov atykxl. Court ant serve FlMlda, and. fll In Ii nfl.IUI. .a 'iiaa, AMmtr Tl I:':*: llli\ PlnrM .
    i ft li' : :
    Hoc U flfIh
    tw f ar plra > i
    1/8 nf Ih I NK!: '. nf the MS '. lIelnlttf'setl.rsyy anil fih. Ih:. ::,Hnimii, .i.w'h
    it In to have him. This roaming! M, whlik I. Invalvil 1'1. ropy Ihiwcnf Him
    change a woman you amu" dent f tb tiiuil
    gave : nnar .
    8 ctlnn ri iwnihlu" 21 Kane Printing Needs: mainly '. mil Hiililh of Mil 44. HTKWAIIT I.. AYkim: ; l.r.n: ;: nr pmdtn* In 'li'. in. :.1: ih*
    .kWniu Itia *< ilFmbrrt \ : :
    mat i > .
    who bought a pair of sunglasses vote-getter might fold his tent :J4. ..hl h In located auiiroImit .- AS. Urn hnai: of ('art..,.br Mil. wh...* aldroia, U ,I'oal of lie. loots IVH It pu fall I In tin: |an. a llbna of Tl Io.
    and she spent it for a rolof\ and steal away to higher hunting *.'h ',TiOA mil writ niirib of CariH.ntrH.I of Dairy. See The I'I the'IlLir A.II'Ul\lIr.1 IIKAHINd rnir will. .ho In hrlilt Coon M thin>|. te.She.. alb 11.11I.. Plitrlil af Oulobnr not lall A l>. !51,1*. lr* CanfMW lllr will I.. tak.nafabiial I* S.I":'':illlKi-s r hi, ,:11 'id,TH. I Ilk:invlJIirlflNil 1.;:
    toe deln.mI.0IS
    mints at the candy shop The grounds before long lid Star Advocate *. Mono on Monday rvai.mrwrM. imi aa .u:3!:: by law, all* a I you i'omiilnliit Ih. of ltrlnbr';, |1:1:4.:' :: if v''i: *tola I
    ,.
    rt'nLIC IIJlARINO: will .b. held' I IW4 at otto A. M. or .. anoautkraflr .t|_ pre onfa. will b* esteeilu.5nt IIA\IIII: ., TIlu.vlllM. l.varl. d* a*. p di t--y.i, fr> i .
    .
    man in the candy shop gave the Sophia Scott .t the Agrkultsrsl Center I" Co. .. pus illil' *. nnal. report'an IN WITNICiS VISIt !:nut .WIIICRtet1l".. h fI' vse.. I ('.un..,, riiirlila. Hill: lOIN. n., ofA b*. t.*_*tnaaiiril mialmN, .In. s.''h.HI::. t,',,r miilitntUnion ,,II.. I.11.f n.-

    dime in change to a man who Beard* haarlnr at <'nunty will (h<*nmmln breed"'".by...'Ik alIk *, bay bvroualL. apt .. .bind set, >'|"."' 'I I'M.It. narna nt TWvlll.'. II lni, Ihll
    4. nrlte
    afftxad lbs nfflnlal **al of sillS art, ntv *f il ,*""r. 'mi' itlit
    bought his wife a box of chocolates County nurt Huua. Tltuiylll. "Inull
    (Ink af Ih* ( : CburlIlravird HUTU
    rinrlila. nl. .their flral meets".. following Court at TlHiarllan. HrovaitlCounty >t IIT ( )
    rinrlila Ch Ibil day. s.fetIiflSlter raiinty, PistIlslip Curlta R. 0IsiI'.
    Club & Notices .
    Lodge I Ihlt tlit0. All 'IfllrlislPdsmell. 0. Mpnilr
    .
    .. A K IM4 v\ l'lss'h of (mill (:0554'l'lIti.vtItsi
    In a single day the dime ser IIKKVAHO are herein t't)l NTV Clues rmtli1 KlININUOPPItK : 41'IITInK. CAttish>::i \..c:15* Cl.rk.Oonri hmll. \, *
    Mlli hi
    .. ,
    ('1.1'11 of Ih. Ironll CmirtHiward ICy V. 5110,111.?
    ved all I medium of exchange sty 0 I II Prayy. (!folln''.. Plnrlil fIr OVVAHT AND llirCIIIKin !: rMpilly I'h'i II
    llllalr Arrailalocoi
    Howard L. Jr
    IIX V. II HnaalrIhipiily Mayra
    la eight transactions But thereit Ii.nlnll Itlrv'toeSept. Kl.irhla
    tkirHISAI. Altornay: toe PbiHmrfIW
    TITUSVILLI OAROtN CLUI
    Stopped For the man who ROTARY CLUB YORK-RITE BODIESOf II 1',1.1 11104.ms.lcvssois! } OlIN CIK4IITVM Attorney fur I'lalnllff' '' iiqnlim Av......
    I
    Tt" 'l'IIt.'I'IT 101'HT HhAt.: ) IIA MOM ijas
    bought the chocolates II not '. O.n.ral ....41.* all elrelat, slidM.nd.r North Brovard County ,' "T.1"1'1111' Htawart I. Ayrri Alia. HI. Ill ....pl. 4. II .1 'r\.l\ 1IMIIIN Tltu.vllr: *. FliirlilaNbl ,

    MEETS THURSDAY of Out, Noy. Feb., Marcb I OrH' K Aitiirnay fur llalnilff, 4, II, 'II. M (Prl i l:16..
    only I thoughtful husband he 12:15: P. M. ,. Ttm and to b. an.etui. \OTKK I IIK I I HIM lIlt 15,1051 1'n.t ,,(fl,. IbMi tail OIlS CIKCUIT rouiiT r>P
    : T> WHOM IT MAT ,
    :. :., CONtKIINNOTtcn : N'IIIITII I(('It'IAL CIKtlUT. -- -
    is aim a dime saver. When he Club 55srd luet Tue.taprich Indian RIv.r Chapter No. 27 In hrby lives. ,In, arrardaan kiss: (lalll. P'InrlsloPelt. IN AND r'Olt rillKVAIIUrnuNTV --
    Whispering Hills Country month Octobrr Ibru May 4. II. II H ,iKrll. IM4 1
    wills Hwllon n nf th
    rionioAIN '
    got home he dropped the dime ROYAL ARCH MASONSClifford '
    Dick Slmontt Fret.H. Mr*. 1. A. StintS. rraald**! Ilrvar4 County Kvnlni Rutulallona IN Tit IC Cllttl'IT r )l'HT 4>PTMH (HANCkHY: NO IWHt ..
    1 to box in his dresser Yodar, HIgh Prloit 'Ibal William II Marrra hai
    I cigar ro' NINTH. Jl'HI! 'IAU Tilt IUITU iii 011511 p4.T5Ill)11
    ", here it will remain along T. Walker Sec'y 0111 WillIams Socrotorf ,".*.1... tkal Ik. Itravard CountyKonlnt I'I'IT, I IN ANIt act iii TIIH 0. 111'': ". ...RtI'.HLt''II.i.1II .....
    BITA SIGMA PHI Meets Ird Wodnooday 7I30 P. M. Ilninl/Hoaril of County ('''''NT' OP IIIIKVAHI" STATS 51510511 It'll 11111'111 CAPT.FRED'S "
    with 15T earlier dimes and nrnmlailoara onidr' she er less l'I.lnlitt '
    : HP PIOKIHAIN (
    SORORITY MatMtlc Tempi Tltvivlllo ,. \
    '
    toe
    b.ni.o I rliMlflKalliia lo 1411.0 '
    more .lo come, Titusville Chap. No. 6 Meeting Oat and 3rdThursday Two Family HMldrmwl. on 'the CHAN; K.MY: III NO V I Nil hlAlAM.ltlc.'AN AVINI1N (MARIK ROW!: Y.Aim nt'NCII ""

    7i3B P.M. followln iln. ...rI..*.. nrnn..rlwblib HIM Mlri at law. |II.|IM*.. davla
    York
    New vnrpnrallun
    'Is the dime-iaver doing 0. E. S. HIRAM COUNCIL No. 13. I.n' 5. I'arynse Wor.1 twcerded. HANK a ':
    tl ".'.T" MU i'lalaiirfaail: cue, .r..'..., or Iny nihir |mrami
    Ill 14 In .lb. IIW Sottr.lt ,I..lmln. uaitur C'hurln' Kit C '
    il
    .. .
    0.*'* .n'.11I'r. "
    '4 rong* Not In the usual sense BERTHA DEMOND ......... B. & S. M- : ,., II Tuweihtt. 55 She 0as """IIRT: n. IITIINtoMAIt: want ""..'"

    r45 fact he II practicing thrift 5114114VISTa R. V. Bskas la loraldof south, .1.0 MAItIltN $I'tNV.NAN: hll Wife. Ht.fKiUm .' '
    Worthy Matron 0'1111'.0.' Main armroilmalHyKm1 I .1 .1. U !'". Nir.. .f She lull, ufrinrlila I \.
    through saving, i generally accpted Mn. Mary Alice KlttlK SNct. *. Mr.. l>i>H!. us.0.P.s.so.o Thrice Illustrioua Master ( nn ifJEIIN I Mima I nfi>adla. ..
    l'l'StI.107 I will h* brlilal "NitTMp' .nr ni ir Tai, Cbarlaa. K.lw.rd Runrh all,
    M .tt lat and led Tuaaoay) I PH. GUI Williams Recorder
    .
    virture. But today our country I nir In 4:oroa STATIC OK PUINIUA TOltiibrl .k>lra at law, !les.t.oa! a.vlaara, ky Cool', Prod towter. Diriclof;
    is in the throes 6f a coin ItT" FT* Moots ted Wednesday at JIM PJM, Plorlila na Monday, Nrplrmlirr2a 14 III"n.m.. anil MacItsIesltnSS rialrn, or elh.r jwranniilaimlnf Mortn I
    'I.nh: Softly. loylhuunCompany
    IM
    al Stilt A. M or aa onnthraftr kli, ..11.. Kilwarilllumk
    M. nli Cotoa
    : Pr.i i
    O.si Temple
    shortage Nobody claims this .AL Oalilla ... pm.llil. nnal comet. l>nnalil II, priiin.roi and (>liilmanman .. i Am", a'Inampionihiii CVIP:
    Indian River AM IMS and barln will. .b* ..*.,., by I ib* bli ...11.. And. ui AN .akii..,... MantiMa olalii
    shortage Is being caused by Pill RITA MO BREVARD COMMANDERY Hoard of ('cool" (',nmml.lonri Harold II atonmin and, "...r.II. aIm" bOwel natural .r..I.. ( : ;:In: ,g mailif, .

    dime'savers, but the dresser Lodge No. to Oal 0.llot rr..ll.at No. 24 1C. T. ib. County nun Houa. TMu.vlll., .... mnnman. ill. .Ifa, l:
    fI.IA.M. Plorlila' at heir flr.l nicotine (ullowlni HIT itouib lala liraalKnilrwaod :!::et( I*, All r.,.... elalmlnl !I.. ", ,' .
    drawer deposit. The piggy'bank 5110110e Lacy ..m.r. Imlnont Command'i. thli data. All lniritd. California, I.rils by, .through unilrr firlalnil

    bklaTiO! and the Meets bid V 4th Thursdays 730at : Clll Williams, RecorderMtott p.rllr. ar* borwln. *lvn l5IlcO.IlsIlcyARsa .nil, all ",elI.o (IslIetsu, lat ratiby l!>* alinya. ;Intel ,nature)
    sugar-bowl supply 4rh ('tlt'N'ry' ICtr4tM(5strrlee Ihrouih. """.1' or ...1.*, She ............. But .hines !. IM dietS
    fre ancient and widespread Miaonl T.mola Wednesday, isle PJ*. aid' H.."brt H atnnmaa aid. .r aHa>
    Masonic Temple District N.. It Masonl Temple, Cocoa HY I). 0. Privy, Marln Hlnn m.a, hi. wits, *i. lIkinald Aid In i All I'arllaa tImid nf
    customs!\ and account for. literally Jamra II .il.wirt Maatar Kiinlnn IMralorlb H. 115..ienlasni 4 Opal' ilalwlnf. lit ka>. nay rlohl. till
    bllliqm\ coins Flarida Nurtas Assn.Mori PILOT t>l. II 1 IKrlt; fail. nunwnan. hi* wli. *. and Harold It,. .f lur... In ansi .. Ida tallnwm
    ft now' desperale'IY W Prank Dardon. eect'y. CLUB InaMnan. aad. ...r...*' mnn ilu<'rlb vro| rlv. altuaiml' !. I
    l necked to ,ease the need of First Tues.f Mrs. Botly Jones, Pro*. IV Tllbl TIHCl'IT <1I1.ItT< OP ma'a lIla wlf.. and nil' barUnabavin Hrntvril rimialy. PleOlda In wllC II
    Meeting lit and Srd T"IIIII I/IIT II junitui. rut. *r olalmltior I S. bava any >.......i retail! trade Junior ChamberOf each menth I ,.11I. Wednesdays (IIT IN AND roK IIHKVAHU rum Mil ar latrt In Ib* pe.l. ...., nf lb. NM (..1501 uf IM I

    L 9otn V. 8. mmls are now work 12.00 Rlvervlew Restaurant 4I1NTT M.OIUDANO property. wIsh. ,lmnroy.nv.nl hIS ,u.rlw "r ......11." II, Tur.
    CommercePaul Al Pint. r4rtl ".In.. tad Loa Executive Board Monday MOltS5(515CC' banln die-tribal. seaii IT M, tlwaai ta

    I irij Overtime to Increase coin Prwridaiit Dorothy. roralar. H.N.Burntary Before lit Wednesday op AISOPTIIS'4I'NO'IVI5Iti4a0 l"rnrA Nil KAOMIJP. YOU, br.bv .- : ami fl. la a politi, Ihtaoain
    'laka .0(... IHal e pelt baa MM M ft' UMMIH '" mirik
    production and another mint Is Salltbury, Pr... Doris Mlllnur, R.N.Pbon IN lISt!:: the" doo4lon ., KATII- barn flHid lailail ran In Ih* Cal II I. ikvwii. in W.il in' IHIIIIInf All' '," ', ,f\' >

    t to M constructed In the mean Stanley' Ewing' s.c',. AM T-ftOTI TITUSVILLI ERN: fAIHH'IC HI'IKIKV: abov. 'alvHMl Caurl. Tb.. :asIa r* ... .
    Lewis Rogers, Stc'y utI KAREN 141'11'1. .1I1'K. of .Ib* ...It ll I. faixtna. lhal tnu. Iln.r.: .." nf ","'1 ... i NAi''I, 11' .C'L Aed14.C1sC
    r lime, coins already minted must PUILIC LIBRARY I' ( 'hllilnn' ,ivrliln, rmirtina dalad H' *.*mb.Sn .. Hotlfhiil thai a Panltliia ..; llaal ThUf0' 14'.vO'
    Citizens Bank Building CZECHOSL.OVAC.AMERICAN Till ICII.'Tr:: HirNIRY IM' and pMblM.. rword I'fi.lwrlr la Ika. alMi.. ......rllMil
    be kept In circulation if both retailer Meets Every Thursday 7:30: P. M 1421 Draa Read Natural Pilh.r of Kalhta.a. I Ii (. .:I'.o-: llnuk: SMli priiprty .kaa h.It SOil aiilntlifuu MaAif'oI'so w'4pps,4jp('4Cttltt.M .

    and consumer are not to CLUB HOURS I'alrlr ",...U.. and Kara. ..' IT/ HublliHirord.. *f hiwneed a 511 l ma an k>n>ky r.nile.'l I
    : IHaona Muiilry. Minor oualy. *niuma, (rl* lhakrlnaflr lu ....ye5. imy of y,iur AiawtrIn : /
    Of Titusville
    share in a frustrating Impass TirUSVILLE POST NO. 1 Mon. thru Frt. I '.m. > 1'06 p... Child. .* : .=TI .d ral pro Ika I':implami an Ibo I'lalnliffa H'8.4rW-t. f 4 *twi'
    at the cash Sit Granola Aye. Saturday 9 SMpsa.: Ton will tlh kotlrw ,hal *riy Tb af Ik* 43rt lawklib linrary, J..-" A. Maad. IM l-alin ,1WAUlvrSNSJ.f
    register. __.. -m PKTKII HKNr.liirT TIHMAII saId la pa>Un I* (hillnull SOrt,.. Sac Hrnyarl fYlrl'A.(411W tiff aAfI<'4)tJ .I(
    Do yriur share. Take your AMERICAN n..ul.r m..lln.a and Wadnaaday .( baa Wool I Is Iba nfflr of the : (' ..r'i"I nf ho MlMb J.dMai fiu: * Tltwsvlll Ledge No. mi ( lrk of She *botr* namwl Court I'1..*" .In ailS. tar Ika (Hal 'In ,Ika. pfflM uf Ika rt rk. of
    coins to the bank and turn themin each montb.' Hill *.... ack T....'.', t' Loyal Order Of bl:* Prllllo I* .: .. KATIM.KNNKN 4 onaly of hr'ai-J. 'Mat* *f Plnr I". intuit. Court am nr .k..f... a4Nr-
    for W LEGION Tburaday aid Saturday. avanlnf alf "rIrP'1 "TRI'IO 'Uf.'M! l.kY ..,I M"R. 14*. !Ia rfcanarv M* IM**. aid Ikaabbravtatad Ika l.l day of Manwmliar !*<; : f
    paper money. Or better p.... p.e MOOSEMoors IANNM' '' HHKI.Kt, minor. ml* if She. ...* Ii .* she llriallnna: : <;< Mlit

    yet put them in a savings account Hirry lf.trIrk. Comdr lavlu Reins ebielt.r...:. Anrl *n 'Iryln Prelsal Itaintlffva Hank. *, (Camnlalat will ka bOos. .. <.*. MISTY MASh A HAPPY SHIP I

    Robert l romp.r.to. AdjutantAlo.ta y Tuoaday S ,..... bomwllb nollflait thai Maw York norMrilloa. fw.*.llTkla.. ._.___.___ ..I.II
    Vhere they 11\ multiply rl.h.rt. II. *unpia. and Mir : -
    tba aald rvillloa ba* bn at by police shall IM pullIaSsnI'
    l t and ard Tuaida
    through: the magic of Inlerelt.Thai' Union Hall a pm VITCRANS OP WORLD WAR I II 1 Mil North of Mima M U. .. 1 Ib* 4urt far baria. at Sal Ion ",.**'''*ft. II... wifa fal.. !>.- am. ..... .....11 far fmir rAnSom
    Jim Mallblo, Governor" Oork I I. Ik,. A N.. on Ib. ISib. '* t" unya w .ka la Ika TIlMHII" WarlataVlkte .
    .n added benefit )'ou'llneveI' BARRACKS im Brofcow Soc'yMoots day of lht.hpr, IIM. al Ibi. Comly ; *...rI llo" of Ih* .*.1 .rop; ::: I If f h.wcreal estateto
    Ralph .. eel' (IIv..1. In MM aull nss.lly.rllbed .' .. ,,.. you
    Woman's Club of Meets first Wednesdsy ( "rt Ilivm I IS Ib City mt TI lIHa day A. ,
    get from your dre..rdr..r .. In Ik. Cofnulial I I. aa
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    I : each month American ..dabnw It. n.,... or you are
    ::' brwitb tlfid to pur :r1IIAMPI'ON .. ,
    Titusville Inc. Z Legion' Hall with Cover )rd Wodnosdryf If any you ** 1 lION atf" ., 'IH.utl ra..r4Itrrvard
    r B. A. ed Dish Luncheon; t pm ", each monthIP. why .-r nf >.I.MI::I ',oi MDIVIalON' I'll IT 141. 4. nunly. Pl4irld looking for choice real

    Meet lit Monday of Each Month L. E. Pepper Comdr ab *ld *' l b* *raatdInud I. vial IKarMf aa. It, V, a. .s.ea:*leO
    M. of ,eeleded I. Pin StUCK U estate our classified .
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    October thru May Tom Watson Qm. I' THwvlll. Florida. l Public INMrda of < a.**11Am ,
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    Mrs. Z. J. ComIcs, Prcs TITUSVILLE LIONS CLUB 1 LaVorrai H.",'.. ft'HTIK II IUMNF: ..... whit Ik. .
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    Was Just thinking of politics PYTHIAN I 7:00 p.m. Thurstf aya .".? I p..m.I Hi. t.:. :.f.:::lft' ,j I| j .| ,...,,,11541.5i-r;; I. I "' ..
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    here in Titusville; then started : Flotilla Restaurant aadPAMARl'AHorMta .. tMOe t IIl.M.nn.. ; ; I. < I -
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    One thing you must say for Manta tad 41.k TUM.of President Williams Ay*. e.PL I. II 14IT ns te.I snoc. lal.raallMul.*
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    New Yorkers They do things In n.>utrl.* Putrb. M R: ". I Clyde; I'lrll.c y Arthur Dunn Airport C 'RT'1,1"1 --sir SAIlS OF YOU. ar I.*
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    a big way. They already hive Mr*. I. B. Hl.-w.rl. ...1 y Mo ta 2nd Tbura very I : Cmri'lT <.* pltl wIth L "-k of AC1UM t InutlltUroM 14 MiMtofnnn
    Mrs. Evelyn Freeman Pianist I PUBLIC INVITID TN. Ik. bov. Mrl d &*rt aad5S7 : brooM, lIlItaSlotaMOS

    the Empire State Building, the -- -- NORTH BREVARD Pros., W. Lee Parttln" Ol-alTT (.P MIvUtl.: PTAO'Sop. : a .' berpof upoN. 11.1! 5. Past 24. Nobloo
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    Mrs. Martha olloq
    KIWANIS CLUB I HORSEMAN'S CLUB Stc'y
    Now: it looks M if they may ,' Mal Scndl Monalty Each Month Phwio AM ,.'04J .Nnrllcc'h.AhilIrrc lIttle A V INC. ..:''aee.: .Br&MM..: rSr I. tUby'* 4: AtmootK.Inflnol 3*. Thatarm. -

    M""t TuatalcylWHISPBRINO --- (a. "l1e 14., Ml lOla r lb4W Sit.' Slit. day arrtafo 1'11I1' I":
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    a Senate rice that Might 12111 pot. [ rlalniiffAMI jMby A l) t M. a* KMwidk.J t Imm n*. I. Large .
    otershadow the contest for BILL DUFF ..- jaVi *- *, un 145'5u .
    Pr. Marsh
    president MILLS I a ('0!C. .... .10510 PCU sad 19. Buddhlat pcnng 39 fit '
    between Lyndo Johnsonand ..rJlerl. '' tvf<.' ITO monk ..laU 10 Small
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    I FRANCIS THRILKILD, hey TL1I HAKL O rill. *>kaa>It':,4. -t: ..."" .1tiIIIf wllrhIsnr.bin. I IMroquot ?. Win. aria :j
    Barry Ooldwater. Y'l.be. i PtaMi* AM .1M2 daM* .i ttril NnutMiraH N bwrwnla" art my *** PreiSdnit. 'I .... It. ii- thotaflnllfy on *
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    General Robert Kennedy and : I I t.e theme. iso be.. c. .. 1ft.J;:, ISIS I" .do. of 14.ASIM40of U. f IIUtt rivpUan

    P. 0. E. ELKS LODGE North Brrvard Sbrln Club THEATRE, INC. Iliad ...Iao' ,,,... sad coo arore4ulOO 110....... .. 1C 1- brown II. Knockll god t 9. ThoBmarnlil
    Kenneth Keating will vie for I '1'4) Thursday 7iN p.m.M lit Tu... *f M.. I:M *. III. .. MOv I ri*.. ..C Yloti. I1."" Ill.. II"MOte.ilIlAl. ,htly SI, Amoua*. :
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    Senate seats hat added new Mooh Mondi y Mfrrta. '({{vtir' ILKI CLUB : ---- -----iiiiiW--:. *"- rtrt Wary. -t.; : ; KarWr.. rVwMa('MyN If. oIN OJtaajlJO tvMIUo eat 41. BeatS

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    with a Conservative Party AM 74UJ I W. Fraser S*,y.MMU a I_** lr* 4'**f_ will ... WoUo I [4 Tl
    nomination claims that TltttrUU ToaatmaslorsM lid ?- f IB* p mMa soloN. ..._ VON for Ik* **lk.>f --Ii'' 'Ilt. u.. I'
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