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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 18, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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If Sensational Saturn Scores Seventh Straight Si. s E E41v

', By HOWARD BENIDICT tually a lunar landing TJH* a m EST under the tremendous thrust to push the satellite Into llif 'pal t :,In., or' it Into r u.I..I,
; oa1 rockets and spacecraft are **My force of I J million pounds of orbit. lunar astronauts Kill settlfj! I t made to
J jn'' nl
A Saturn 1. the world might. versions of h.rdwaretoln/ develuped thrust 1 l l'n'ralt'd h) the world The National Aeroniutlrs and fore ic tarn, : thiir' bll I (ii A (lie h |out seron I Ininv
to for the moon journey greatest roe'kit nowerpUnt engines III impel' their erst1 UII ;tal o horn 1 Apollo
a1 a1tY lest apace rocket, thundered Spare Administration announced
J" its seventh straight test.flight The launching war observed The rocket' mamtlve cluster of 11 minutes after launching that the desired course t t'l I the mot> 5rc ritt et length of UWto

6 I.? s yr success today, hurling Into orbit today by nine of the nation t eight first.tilagr engines/ traileda the rockets had [>formed flaw. With its first stage engines: c<'n"" ; i\ d5* feet andS

-, in unmanned model of the astronauts, some of whom maybe plume of flame the hniith of a Ivaaly and laid the Apollo craft, suinmg fuel at the rate of nearly t!,700 pounds
iovtest! object vr
Project Apollo moonship. crewmen on moon flights football held is It burned) for 147 called i boiler plate beciun three torte a wul. the Saturn l.ulld1Pd Inlu, spices

t The flight wa the second !in Ute In this decade Srioml to shove the pUjluad It I II a weighed metal shell, had 1 guslied i fountain of fla nes ,
rI"nllst i to retrieveV
19 through' the dense lower itmuaphiri II'ltlPIIlnlo an orbit ranging from and lent a Ihunl' riliCa '
a king series of unmanned Apol The mammoth Saturn Libiiri ol Phi. I I la flights leading to three-man stories I.U.nd weighing 570 The M'ellllll! stag tired a'wi t 113 tu US niiks, blah
( I is, earth orbital missions and even tuna, blazed skyward at 11,:33 with i HtMKH() ) pound bunt of This path closely approximates l.ito the sly cppntlou of the vehicle. 1

I ''R Goldwjter Threatened

I ; f I fPKlNCiFin.lt, Mn (lAP') Annnvmnus tel*.

I NIi.i .. Ad aE:11i. phone today cilia were saying received\ Gullwiter by. police will\. ml bt shot i newspaperhere hr to-

I : .. .:::: : : .; day," calls

a The were made I shout tn hours before Son 4

i Ii The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents Barry Qolilwater, the R'pllblle.nI".hil'ntlal/ noml '
nee. wit to land here fir a campaign speech

I 'i! eI I .
84th Year_-::: No._ 113 16 Page Today __ Titiisvtllc Florida, Fitdtn ,, September 19, H>04 5c Per y'Publis'lwtl, Mondays, Wednesdays! Fridayg"

I'; : E \ I Anti-Missile.. Missiles Have Scored I

$'r < Says Secretary ,

A Special Session "', .
1 .
I It r : Of Defense

rR t j 5 ( WASHINGTON (API' S**

For New CouncilIn I .hrv nf befens Robert IMiNimara .
said today that two
U! S,, null itrmilt' aystemi hive

r'i a scored invert! successful' Intft:
k the first special semilon for cil. and former vice'mayor Ed edits,. of U 5, BaMlltti up I.
the three newly installed councilmen Willis who had completed two 'hllhlh'rcb (if mllrt above firth

; r Titusville City Council years on the council McNamir' appeared at a

met Wednesday afternoon to The council himd a report on t.'n n iinti runimm* to give some

consider five agenda items Inn moving of Dummitt Cantltf fvN lillilonai detail! on the anti-
which needed Immediate alien to city.owned property polls of satvllit systems which President !

bon. tin yacht bauln Johnson. inn unr d trs.-

,,1III. < i f First Hem on the agenda wn At a special meeting of the ly In a speech Thursday it Sscrimtntn -

the appointment of a city attorney city council on Stpt 15, the a C.Uf.(

to take the place of former council requested City Manager {tl'l.e. .il'lrnit" secretary Kid...

city utloinoy for 14 yeuu, A Cleveland Talmadgo to make "I'm under serious restriction: **

Max Brewer, further. detirminutlon as to the .l ii tu whit details h( could gtv*

Appointed was David Porter county proposal of operation of ; out either ihmit the two satellite
former assistant County Soliil the Dummitt Castle, leientlypuichantd klllar systems" or ibmit anew

tor and presently serving is a by the count)' to pro over the horizon radar
.- public defender for BrtvtrJ serve and restoi the hlstoiic w"'h"' Juhnson class inn(|.
III. On ;:Pad Befor := County, structure lie was alnu to user Both 1m avid. are "very highly

Also the council designated lain the position of the Trusteesof rlnaslfleetII ."

certain persona within the city the Internal ImprovementFund sj did dim Ion thai this intl

L Porter Is New structure to sign checks mid In the mutter nine the satellite wMponi employ the
draft for Die city. The renolii luml wan deeded' the city by the Air *V rr.'t thnr mliiita. and

tion, approved by the council ., R'Fund trustees the Army Nike Zeus anti-mtp.

stipulated\ that the city manager New councilman Wendell |il, rfctic,

and the mayor would aim Seaae moved that a agreementbe MrNamm. tilt' the Army sue

j City Attorney checks. or the city manager and down between! the city and k r ,iftlly" Intercepted its first

the vice mayor, in the abicm.e the county and the Drevard _"" "" satellite on An*, 1, Mall, and the
of the mayor Historical Committee stipulating Air Fore on My :J 1s IM4 In
I David Porter presently Bra COLDWATER OFFICERC .Newly elect, Mi :. Tharlci nradflcld
Newly aeuted District } councilman requirement of the 11 board secretary Mr, nth rUt!, a year after they
vard County Public Defender, officers of the Citi/em'' Committee (fur Chirln n, Klnpman ,
Bob with vice halrman andI were. ordered to atari work
Jeeney, luggiiitd and this agreement( along aletter oa
has been appointed city attorney, the council express Its appreci be sent to the laird for Gold water, arc lefttorijht seated, tMcndelson />u A "Duki )Holder/ treasurer" Th group life .1111..1..1111...
relieving after 14 years. A, Max chairman of the Palm.
Brewer in this puniUun 7c allon to the outging councilmen ipprovsl, When approval from Deans Wee ele-ctfd during I meeting lout nl("ht. "Th* two system have bas.
Porter who issumoi his duties fur their "untiring elforti In the II board is received, the Ce>unty committee, and Cmdr Edw M, S-A Mioto. effectively tested and"I hue In.

Immediately is a native of serving the city during the pant castle will be moved and situated Stevenson, local chairman. Standing, lr..*pld tittlliloi' In space>

Florida, Born In DiLinl. he attended year," The retiring member on city owned property presently their mlssIlM pacing so cloi
the University of Florida are: Mayor Ed Kittle., vice bl'inlilIed and to be used for It'. All "Up In The Air" ii to be within, the deitructloa

I and Stetson Law Seliuul, graduating mayor Jim Pritchard who served reeieational. puipoMS. Ii,llui of the warhasdi." MoNamarl -

in 1950. four year on the city coun- The council denied. a requestof sad.

t i Porter has spent ilimwt t all I r Mrs, J. H fevhrest to allow

I his entire law career In criminal 'her to continue operating a Next Site For The Castle?
law practice, us prosecutor for Oral Vaccine kindergarten In her horn at Rail MeThreatened

Brevard County In the role of at- Hit Lake Circle Or Tshnadee

I Blatant county *ollct! <.r to the Drive 27 Irpolled that in Investigation The problem of where to put ", rill on the use of the. 1.11) owned Ing plaio .nf the iii \torte Vlll
Sept. revealed Unit the business
court of reteird an I II opoe..attd
iMimmllt Cattle Is still 'up In ri r<'atlinial' assist presently IH'Ing dl (ulcllticlii
there in violution of
I attorney was the air" mud. so Is Dumnitlt tilled I and develop/ list>>1 north The Hrrtird County IIh"'rll"lS l
Saliln Oral Sunday (SOS) will the zone laws and she had been WASHINGTON' ) flail
Upon receiving lib law >)leI Castle, of the hanln, ,
yacht Uion| sipnv' \ be held throiisnout BrevardCnunty notified Mrs Reehreit had real shop craft unions May
Porter associated with
gree WM al, Tlliiivllln lily tomiill will
I castle presently site! fir the
the Florida A tui Oenrrjl on !Sept. n, according to advised the city that she hal alopdiillies mama.tisn tilled I strike that could i-rlp-
my wailing until Saturday' author!** a donation of a por UK' ) upkeep of the ulanlallun,
Kiwanis U. Cov Herb Johnson been unable to find a place pie lice nallwis tramiiHirtitionMiMtry /
Office and later
in mornln* to make the abort. but lion of I he ails fur the final rent house
aMtigned as staff attorney! for the David Porter of Tituiville whl<-h would comply with the I* become .".dlv. alam
Minim County delegation in the According/ to Johnson, this will zoning regulation and requested slow trek to Trtuvlll I local tint Tuesday, Sept,

(House of HepresenUtives Bar and tervc on the criminal be the first man program of an txUniwin' of !00) days tu It hal ben originally. plan Gladys Keeps Puffing Toward US) a.Ttse
law committee for the American anti polio vaccine distribution In locate a place Dad to ship the castle. ) to Titus drib. call .u innnunced
and wife.
porter >> Nancy,
live at 110 Dozier Ave., and hue Bar AHVI,,, lation, He U a mem, the county The vaccine will, betaken The city manager said he had vllle via bergs MroM the IndianKiver MIAMI
i lived In North Orevsril about I tier ,of Phi Delta Phi legal frat. orally In cubes of sugar, ulna found Mrs Sechreit had Ilul hick Hpanglvr' a.- mild,. spun slowly. tmrsnl th* sot aliout the same distne" the HaMwit mpKy, tea Depart
This SOS program U. snonwrtt sl lant to the manly" commUsinner MMiit of the AfL flux (leads of
rrnily U. S m.lllla"t.d., / ml I 11Wmlhrr .
from the
year. Prior to that they lived in been operating the IIllIIh.re.rtenwithout ey North Larottna east,
In 'lalantic! (or spurnximatley A vetrsn cf the Korean eon. Jointly by Hrevarll Kiwanis an occupational license and Y A, YwinaM: <"xl, / ftwvai. sail, sake eeeel't| al 1.,....... :M4 Jltli'tli.(| |knsgNwshoIrl taw sis craft unions Involve
Clubs along with the Brevirl In charge of the wr sitting at his spivthw
nxwlMg castle. .
I awaits ,
14 yearn Mrs Porter taught filet Porter" taugJit one semester and he recommended the denial wry .pwimUng bdwr* a west. .
County Health Department and found that there. not. auf I duty/ to the employee *.
bnglibh at Melbourne High white tt Brevard Junior Collage. on the ground that she had .....f'nlIi".n ws ling; th* soulheant Atlantic Lard Mi* was puking along at I
the lirtvird Medici) Association fueled, water, 11U... liiinmlftl I by t their rofUctive brKmlii Up"
tohiHay night ,
Porter had his law practice In Hat plan Include the posnibil suffxlfnt tome to comply mph
The vaccine scheduled for tin* ''gMMi to get a ,heap Ifl lo the r*.*.<.tivs leaves ui nn ibnir
hi' role a kMant itjr of s'Hmg. with the ordinance With wln4s" of IM mike
loroii plus an attorney to eataMlaai city a / an
during SOS la the new threiMn castle) w Saturday morning I the lMMrlMi" ( ,th* storm It "In. tntftf la IM' a slrlk date purr
i hour
solicitor, Mr, Porter aloe taught i a law firm and J continue spitinlnf creased, .liar rnter .
Ma one vaccine which U taken orally Man Involved In rartle wW.. lie ha..te<" oerln, l on trey and well dv** ...'r preeastern scant to Mw authority to slrli*
English! al Titimville High laidyet role as public defamer: Olsiys eleyed on the mensacing.
awl,I pruvlres maximum protectIon
first child The In couple November expert their. Porter, as city attorney, will in two feedings spiced eight Wreck; No ChargesAs nil Path, atamt live mUva away ... .ha* {wt ices MirW"'***wa)stag|( ,lie misuse pest wink **'- |100 mike. to the ......
glee legal, advice to the city at weeks apart 110."". this five mil trip will theme wertlwwrt. awl Sn miles lo th*
porter .Is a member of the Ore. cottrtell pMwtint. tuning meet This vaccine la I weakenedlive of peas time todiy no lake alwut lore hours, accordIng day MMilWHtW Undergoes Surgery:
charges have been filed against, was aimed at the <"..1. of l
card County liar surlition ai inca, will act as city prosecutorat : vlrui, similar to tint used .tu .
well the HorHa! Hit the Henry/ Duncan 252 Jepson St. Georgia sisal the ('.,.."oa' ail I IIn *'r* wing' No prxlkli, 1"11 Full ''i, deputy C:" IJt'I'.cl
as city and small
court all other for against
I ,pbasrs protection pot .
American L,ir and the Fe.eral ul dkaease who was involved in a Cocoa srtdenl < At Parrlsh Park, Die. filled I Weather. burro ta ,- ids about U "Mtn..< any phi a Mrana ( Clerk!! underwent surgery
city legal' workswrt lad other communicable -
i early\ yesterday which, area east of TrtusviU. hi i,'U'''* th change IN hrr raze, dim !n I,,n IIr It I k moving it w, slra! a Hi Ibliiiy, Hospital, Orlando,
sent a Coco gnu) J la time hmpllalla castle will.,, await the Internal,. speed for Ih* Mil. two iiayAl pare', meal! mrkNi. "Dunn di (II,it week for a ulnae ronditlunll

I' Trouble In The Far East Aaain Former Resident crltleal roarfubmAr 'Improvement fund tr"nfen approval 11 1m Es'i UK W>'.i.rr i. reeler of the' National llurrh aiwnlrr ? I' ported in 4peiilln" .| lit

Dics In California ordM. to' Cocoa p..lir.. of the cily louniy agree Bureau seal lile.'tyi M>.< r t-n, <:' IN MiamiUij iffiorii In room 114.fd .

W ASIIINl,TOS I API I Secretary of an mutual artoation war. Duneait wa* driving north on
of IM..n8It....... S MeMamara afuutfile+ Mrs. Laude tRusly) Tuft tt.ae, U S. I >net north of Ityrd liar
abruptly canceled Ms the former Sally\ Ann Brown of and J to sewed. hitting another car.
appearance before' a chicago 1.>ur-e Baal maiM*** had TrtusviH. died Thursday eight began to "fliMail'. and crasnd Ford Union Settle I IBy
!. .
ladfeatMf )
group today amid. uMonfirmed poodlesew In Santa Msrl CahfoMl .. Mo the /bone of Alien Eu
aaaotaag laciest In th
reports of a po .iif new ind Mrs Tureott bad just given gee Fudge. rent through the ,
GuI of Te.*..ta Wrt U S. deatroyers -
dent In the Far Ea". birth he t hr fifth chill I aim bxlroom where Fudge WMastnp
eBt wen atliekrl. twice 'ayKef She ii UM diMst T of Mrt and dr.JMt\ repress A. F MAliAN r t .
The Drfea I rla .11- North V...... rrnpk mend I" '!ft if Ii' '" f some :U: 1II"fl i, 'frai "''" pa)
aaenK- d .tersely that SwrHary. of boat ta arty A. palm Dora Brow of TKvaviN. and lhm( with the sfcwptftf. errupant DETROIT 'IAJ' r' n l IMM let Ito. fund i. fully paid< !JX'Ultier > (...1 t"o ne unG art At" (K,,.I,,,' ninl 'J' the Fwd
Of Amy Si*****) AIM w.'M steel tumlit oa U S taw .tot. J. P (Busier) Brown seal went Ifcrovtll Ute back of ( 9 and the (Un,tr,i A ,"J Work said rmpli-v.' "..,1.i i | stain i lulrttantUiIt, Mpio1', ed i itkm."f am* i" ,. J3 gun,

deism MrNamars .taachMNisperrli air ulMa agsanil ftonk Vest Eke U aM) its, aw* of Milt Ik* .home and finally eased 11 rrs Untie agreed fixity, oar. anew g4 |U to 'IHO cw h 5.'l's-..,, ".111..-, ,r'irtnntnf .its.t < tir ,r* t 19) a m. stilk

belar the Ea: -utkes', Mswnw Pits banes and. aft. Ei.n (Flu) BHI sJ. Mr. rest again an aaeg Ire. ***fraH roster 'o thai t alI "" pit.I relief. riot. *. an a Dub ta. CMrago a11Ua. Freak W Cluck el TWMW.. psiailM Fudge loader the ear hryb* On exempt tor \th Thai LAW chief. said Ib* heat' t 1"11I.1 ....,. til vacation and two
"A problem arow that r.. She vat a gra4*>a(* of Tour. AM va4va1 as pna.enters *f Kiitrtaaji *f a ChriiimiM buous lenses. mar .b* pad m IM and ...... pawl. haIHM,.. AI Ih* HAM limit the threat

quird Secretary MeN.ara to It wa* taairam tts ansiijiiaawrt cuts Ht School and had marMr *. Desires ear I I. HM Maoriserldad. whirt lAW ftttUtml. WattorTV Malcolm. Urns, Fad v.r.. Oth.1 msurmnrMs. Ihusee. of a *t,tk* .f sane T Oho whit

remain her" .le llsrfeaw I epartatml taw' poerrtba neat iident rn-k here were Vtiatf Wagner', J' fgsstheg. ... oW "freeing aeIn. FeeadaM. and lade reI Iw4 Mid. includa* larger laatManc. tatar. ..,Ii.,. at Chrysler

IIld. were not.. cleat sad thai oMicial *. Brown and Miss 0..N left NsNx.e.a, tuffcring heed lee.anises. .lte".
There! wa* ioM>....ra. >*. *.i- were a4taatiaj. to ae..tam'. what MiMviUr early May fcy pleat sad filched Ilenas.t Cbnvtmai .banu will *I Matty poeethk"U.nre .health iMurancw for both eons ,d .lei than an hour before a

dene in tM P.*t...a dial sae was gars ... Jut orlr Xu.. at UHXM, who was |>X IItJWiIG. ,o* ....* dye W

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,. 2 Titunlll. (FIIrida) Star.Advec.N FIday, J."mMr 1/, 1964 HAPPY :

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Second In Series . BIRTHDAY

BarurJay, aUpfcwkw1. it

II[ ReIEtate; t Taxes Biggest Contributor; Alice Mr Mrs.Charles lack. /Betty Snewden Sharp K.Sego Daridwn Mulley MAYTAGthf fmrMliiM' ut m.t cv' ,

Mark Douglas Brtnttoy
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(dililor'R Nnt: This U 20
Sunday September
:i',diH, In a series of article Annie Orlffls ,

about the 1964.05 GUy" of Tltui- iiin- Mrs. Emma Farquhar

villa budget> '

While the budget of the City J Raymond Johnson
w- ( LtT D. A. Allen I

of Tllusvllle totals $491,100 n far Gerald WingoMonday
as the collection of ad valorem
September 21
la concerned the complete .
taxes ,
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D. B. Ra."orPalricia
budget including Income from
Ann Futch
all sources total J1.15S.785.]
Pauline Langgult
The Increased budget from ad
Mrs Louis Vopelak Jr.
\ ilorem tax collection U are-
Mrs John G. Walding
ult of the tremendous increaieIn
Jimmy McCann
the clty'a tax roll

City: Manager Cleveland Tal- ar ass Carlene Young

madge bas collected\ these figures NOTICE I

In his budget preparation I hereby give notice upon the

showing the tax roll for debt I dissolution of partnership In Tltuivllle ATWHITAKER

,'tV lee over $12 million In 1962 American Service, 1220 '

to $13.8 million In 10.3 and thento So. Washington Ave that I will

over $210 million In 1964. no longer be responsible for ELEC. INC.

The tax roll for city operation debti Incurred by anyone other ; .

U the portion showing the great than myself

Jump-from $10.1 million In 1962 Larry M. Moser Sale Ends Friday Septa 25

to $12.2 million In 1903 and to $47 Sept 18, 21, 23, 23, 1964. ,

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million In 1964. -- ---- ,

Major portion of the Income NEW MODEL Chrysler Motors Corporation proudly able bucket seats In front and full width rear seat, spacious Tttuivllle>...hl.Star-Advocate.... SalleFubH.had Inc. JUST ARRIVED

cornea from ad valorem taxes announces the 1963 SIMCA, the lowest-priced car in the Interiors with plush vlnylett) upholster, 4 wide-

3!.0 cents out of each $1 In city 1965 Chrysler line The new SIMCA carries Chrysler' opening doors, independent 4-wheelllt1l1pel'1lion. big fresh J_ W liMi d.ya.MoaAava KrMaya

revenue' Thli In followed\ by 23.3 lit Tlta.rllla 81.... ANOTHER CARLOAD
from tax exclusive 5-year, 50,000 mile warranty on vital engine/ air heater-defrosUr and optional .air conditioning .systems Advocate, Inc.

cents cigarette 22 and drive train parts. Other 1903 SIMCA features include The IOCS SIMCA is on display at Arco Dodge """ Al Tbt BtarAdvooaUiKullillna
from utilities and franchise "
centa, a quiet, water-cooled 50 hp rear engine comfort Inc., Harrison at Hopkins, Titusville. '" III Main Btraat;
tax 63 cents from surplus allocation \ Tltuavllla Fl..

52 cent from fine and 887110H ,

forfelturvi, 6.$ cents from lie ..ir,, If. HIlIIo".. P,....
.,... Haiti C. Hudson. V...
eases and permits, 4.3 cents Cmdr. Stevenson Heads Barry GroupDemocrat RohtrH. ....d.... _Jr.T'*...

from charge. for current services ...ru.d-OI..'. poitata paid tl TltuaUlla. -
a half cent from use ofmpney Flan. ,

and property. and lens
tan half a cent for mlncellanJlUS. Cmdr Edward M Slevenaon Stevenson, along with retired but only the Cold- beyond the realm of politics or rinrMa rhea. A..nrlma>

( USN (retJ, was elected chair' Circuit Judge M. B. Smith andI water-MAler ticket" ," he said political partial," Mendelson JI..I! IIdl.I.l *_"' .Ui>a

'Public safety, Including police man of the Citizens far Gold- A. "Duke" Holder, all DemorraU "We're trying to reach people said "He has a meaning and a Henry Hvhwl H.II Jllld.Jiuilaon.... Publlahar fcillior: If l

(ie and civil defense takes theI water Committee at an organisational had been InstrumentalIn who would not go into a Republican message of a way of life" David' Dunn. AII..rll.ln" M.... '

I ggrgt share of the city's exnditure meeting lust night at organizing (he commuted and headquarters and who The West Palm Beach Republican -RIcan' .---I.. Floyd--Circulation----- MtrAubarrlpUo ,

I dollar 25.. cents the local headquarters all three personally set up the would not go into a Democratic pointed out that great Rib.9r bA,r...

1 lowed by 226 cents for public headquarters la the former West headquarters to find out about democrats In Florida, and used ,
recording! fee, ;oo,500 from fines Canter is Norlh Bnvard
orks (street maintenance sanitation ern Auto building on the cornerof Barry Goldwater. House Speaker Mallory Home I Tr. irk5 a Ma {4.01 a Me. s7M1Rr
and forfeitures $2,800 from rent
1 ,vehicle maintenance, Julia St. and Washington "Barry Goldwatrr hat s as an example were announcing .,.jjj;;'" Pond ..
from interest from
,trkl. street cleaning and light- $3,710 $1,500 Ave meaning and message that goes their intentions to help Tr, isle ,1 Mo '3.5/1/ 1 Mo, '2.110
miscellaneous, $270,01X1 from cigarette '"
I g), 209 cents for debt service, During the meeting, presided Goldwater be elected and cited Olll..: ; Florida
taxes $1,600 from the tn. 11.110 S I\In. 14.1 .
l4 cents for general government, over by temporary chairman, in tances In other counties II 555.5105
housing authority $72,410 from
3 cents for recreation, 11 cents Judge Smith a small but enthusiastic Special Effort where democratic office holders IN TMB CIRCUIT roniT. 4 '
surplus allocation NINTH JUDICIAL, fIRCWIT, IN
f r library, 5.2 rents for capital group heard Lou and committeemen were resigning AND FOR BKKVARU COUNTY,
Anticipated expenditures In the "-X>RIDA.
I Improvement, SB cents for In- )Mendelson chairman of the not from their party but
H ranee and social security, 3 general fund total $1,150,785. Pulm Beach County Coldwater On,. lean-Up from their positions to aid the MOHT MKK. f'OR 111.0.1; HP BETTEK >BUY
These include $4,525 for city THE PROVIDENT INHTITU/
I nts for contingencies and ..2 committee, outline what the Goldwater ticket. TION FOB HA VINOS IN JER. MAYTAGhere's oI

a eta for miscellaneous expend. $7C55 council,for$24,579 city for attorney city manager$20,444 local committee needed to do. Set In As I word of encouragement, SKY and CITY. .,.Inll.l a corporation.. under the onranlard 4w.- Mfhy:

i ires.n In introducing MendeUon, CityA Mendvlson "Goldwater of (Ib" Hlalft of New Jnrarv *
said received I
for city ,clerk, $17,8 6 for the finance Plaintiff I
A breakdown ot anticipatedvenues Judge Smith profaned the Introduction more primary votes than I
department $10,139 for JiHN
special effort will be put forth C. SMITH and BETTY!!: I.
in the general fund, In. with an explanation
tax assessment and collection, did Jack Kennedy in I960" but NMITH bla wife
I cate ait Increase In the budget for elections of his interest and the organi this weekend throughout the pointed out that supporters Pefemlanla.NOTICK Auiomat.cl. LJnM.lltu Tufciri
$1,070 $10,650 to clean the damage inflicted "I.F.'II NOTICE 01" MILE > SwHchl
Stfaty-LM 'Mlyttlta1
f om $681,739 for the year JUst municipal building, $7,136 fur sing committee's interest city up couldn't be satisfied with that U IIGItCltr U1VKN
by Hurricane Dora. that under Deer. nf Porecloa.ura | t Hfli (il
( for the a
ding to $1,158,7(15 comeg planning H here lor any' but had to get out and "work
and coning, $4,145 for "ff anyone and. Dal* entered by tha Juditenf '
year. municipal court other purpose than to led Additional men and equip and work hard and long to elect the Circuit Court of the Ninth'

,Anticipated" Income Includes Aim $130,739: fof police: $1010,, Dairy Goldwater Pi-esjdcfit of 'ment will work Saturday and Barry Coldwater President of JudkUl. Couniy.circuit.' Florida In and, on for the nnWard lamb Model) A-100X189'

S a5,9110rIni" ad valorem taxes, Sunday cleaning up and hauling day of Heplember' UK, In a err
for animal protection, $130,588 the United Stales then h.dllesn't the United Stales lain caua bclwnen. THE PROV
35,000 from, utility taxes, $100.; off trees limbs, etc, which fell INSTITUTION FOR aAV
for fire department $3,420 lot belong her, the Judge Other officers of the committee IUNNT .
( 0 from franchise taxes, $39,300 'victim of the storm accordingto IN JERHKT CITY, a corn
civil defense $28,199 for build. continued ora4lon .
pointedly staled He elected were: orranlai-d aad stilling uii.der
foam occupational licenses, $400 T. L Watts Superintendentof the lava of Ih. Rule of Now
log inxpcctlon $36,328 for administration with "1 life long democrat
: am a Mrs. Charles Klngman vice- Jerry havlao Ma pnn"'Ie.l plar
ffom dog licenses, $39,000 of Public Works -i
of works $100,071 Department nf >ulniiai ..1iIII: W uhlnilio.i .
public but I feel that we have chairman; I. A. Holder treasurer '
I landing ,permits $100 from solijltor's Construction personnel is be. ft rt JnMey / New Jernev,
for street maintenance, $34,000for gone as far as we can down a ; Mrs. Charles Darfield i, 'I' and JOHN c auiTH
I permits $400 from parklg street Hunting, $45,405 for ing hired for there two days andit and( HUTTV; J. HMITH. hla wlfa/ .
: dead end alley secretary, .
from garItigo helm Chanterv No SPKD
I $48,000
meters is that the entire
sanitation, $14,2Cfl\ for vehicle hoped C-JIUJ7: ; I will all. at Nubile auc HIGH
I collection $3,000 from plan- maintenance, JO.ooO for wanto MemHtum reiterated! JIII1eSmith' can bo served this weekend. In IN THK CIKCI'IT COURT (lJ'F'.lItllnA. linn to th* hliiheat bidder fur rah A 'TO7A LOW HIATOJr
from words in pointing out to al she Ourthoua I III the city of V
rang and onlng fees, $225 disposal $25,8U8 for perks the event thry are unable to cover 'I NINTH II'II''I.U.CIIWIIIT. TlluivllK' Urnvard County. Klor
IN AND FUll Hits:
r the Goldwater supporters thnt thepurpose l Ida l at the hour between HAM. ..
;IN THK!: CIRCUIT COI'HT' OPTHK Also $34,0(15( for rcccreation, of the committee allover the whole( area, any balance VAHD OOVNTV.rilANCRHT NO.. 21233 sad S P.M., on ditobnr' 7th, IIW4. ; LHUTe
NINTH jtmiciAi. cm- first of the that certain of
will be parcel real
% HIT IN AND VOlt IIIIKVAIU: $12,6(17( for library $8,200(( for the country was to elect picked up I JAMES It. WAI.*!!. dacrlb..d. aa follow.: pronrty -
JVIUNTV, FLORIDA community promotion $910 for week Watt said. .. Kail: W feet of Lot :M. Block
JN CHANCERY: Goldwater-Mlller as presidentand I A. VKjNKTIAN: WAY,
accordIn '-
fro. c.MM .iJixtit William.) public officers associations, $29- vice'president of the Resident are asked to cooperate HETTY IRAN WAI.RII.r! >rfnnanlNOTICE 'If t..iilal thereof aa record- I
.01"1'' : "I"WoRll by having everything to OP Bt'lT roil IJIVUKI.Jt1TO J.I. In Plat Ilnok 12, Pan H4.
IoNI MK MAMA (Ono)( for Insurance, $13,000 for pension notion and "not to support another Public Mocorda of llrevard I
: ::1; .. : Hftty Joan W..hII1.a '
:oINUM AND LOAN yEUE1lAl.:AI4HOCIATION.am RAV. contributions and payments, individual or party" be hauled off piled near the K W HlenwnyTacoma ('oun''". FloridaToiether with' .lI.nlfe"

of Amorka fur mlHcellunwius $RO street enabling the city to accomplish Para Maryland heater oven
United /Statea $84,113 ,- He pointed out that Yon. ire. hmvuy notiftml. that
j.orpor.Uon. 108 for capital Improvement this laak while the a Complaint for Ulvoraa, baa hen. CURTIs'" R BARNFII
1'1.lnlltt, the committee) sponsored portly film) afalnal you, end you ar* Clerk of Circuit Court | tHi>S(, WltV BSfl v '
and : for debt utrvice. extra (personnel<< is available, By Mary Jo. Vn.-
$242,321 rIVputy
ilAffHF.I.'H, : BLACKPl'nN" and by the Republican National Executive ranulrtil t* aorv a ioy *f yourAnawrr ClerkrOOI'RT i. V On. ( anfi
.. ,
Council nr 1'.lInll lb. Cumlilalnt ,
MAKtIARKT! HI.ACKIIUKN. nlawir City Committee was, nevertheless nn Ih. plaintiff attorney.LiFalaad HKAI.IWinderwredl '
.. not known to b. "..4 or \oTir TO rftriiiTomi *. Halne.. ft Ward
The total budget/ for the city 1 ovarlnf. Raqulr, ofrofton. NOkOyS
iillva, Nt. *t .1 I, partisan and the You md rash nf you m hitnbynnliriril (' ",.w.r llnllaml 5 i, Kt Park Av.niie Hnulh
infrnAsnle IIIVICNluriuant council Is $4,5J5, composed of committee was supporting noothl'r I I niiil rrqulrml to prowiitny 1'0111I Avenue, Ttlunvllto. Kl.o-I.U.. Winter Park Florida Model DE10SWORLD .PoT t
Attorney PlaintiffHepl.
Final Decree nfiimhiaur $900! () for the mayor, $2,400, fur the clulnrn mil ilrmaniln whli'k ami rile the orlnlnal' Anawrr orHtoaiUni IS :
a slate, "not Ilollcys or Gurneys ur wihi-r at you. m.v has.agaln.l < I In th* nfflp I). tPrlt IW4.
( dated hVnlnmbxr. ITth, councilmen ($f>oo)( apiece), $500 orl I t the. Mlatu nf MARIA L, Clrrk of Ih* Circuit "r1..r.n or
B4! and entervd In hanvrry Caa or any other Republican III'AKULA i)Inn known as l.l'CIA' hcf..r.. th. lillh day of Octobrr, 97700 .
74u. C :J(7JS or Ih. Circuit CmlrlLe for travel, $500 for public relations "MAUOI.A llMMiwil... lots' nf IM4 I If you fall to iln no. |eIt..
th* Ninth 111..101.. Clmult InNnd $25 for memberships Dnvdnl! Onumv: Plorl.U! tn the m.nt ay iMatill. will b* laaonaialnat VOLKSWAGENREPAIRS ,
('noel Florida 55i 1
for llrrvanl in TIIN e-iRttriT roimr ofTIIH Cnunly Juil|" llravtril County, you for Ik* rrllrf d.-
therein" WOIICKHrh.lt: FKDKIIAI.t.AVINOC I. and publications $200( for capital NINTII JUDICIAL CHI- riiilliU.. Cnilrlhnin. Tltunvlll ianilK4 In th. Cnmnlalnl & SERVICEFor
AND LOAN AMMOC-: CHIT IN AND KOK IIIIKVAIIOtnt'NTV rinrliU, within 01.! r.I..dllr l
HONK and unOtK"U": it TlluaVIII FAMOUS
lATION, Unllxd MILS. of Amerf outlay which I. actually for purchase .. WORKHORSEI
a FIAHt1UACIIANCKItY month from It.a dole t nf imhllinllon ", t' ","I.. tkla Hh day of TltusrllU Are
.S Kirtioratlon" ,la Plulnllfr. and of keys to the city to be : NO MUTIMl nf till. Solon. .1.! lh. aunt '"'pl.......'. IW4
ilAfMKI4. I H. BI.ACKMI'IIN and 'I III'. HI will IM bnrnul.. Knih: nlnltn or il..- ('I'RTIII It. fARNRR CI.k. sva/i Y1'
A I4UAAAT UI.ACKIH'IIN.! his presented visiting dignitaries rlhlll'UIQ'ILYNOA tnnnil muse b* In manner and ('I"ult 011I1. Itl'....... ;; G
*, not known to Iw dead tlf\ Younty r7.rtdi.Sly. MECHANIC ON DUTY
;, ar* Defendant. I will aelln City Manager PIslcIIrf.v. I.. C. CHOIiTtlJIKnfrulnr ; Y: 5. MpantlrrUcpuly '' "WRINGER
lha hlkhenl and h..t l hid"., fur I .. : WASHER
The total for the lltvkCourt
ash al the Raat Front. door nfie city DONALD WRLMOIIN: PAIIKA lI.pl 4, II. I*. SS (Frl.) 1HC4\ ( NallCKOVTON
I llrevard Tounly Courlhoum In manager's department is $24,579 l><-r .iUnt. :- HRKWKH aHOLLAND
'lluavllle nrovard oiinlv. Florla TOI, rvivAi WICMIOIIN: MUM F.: or tl'l'l 11'ITIO' FOR BRUCE'SAMERICAN
at II niloik. AM nn iha Wthay compiMcd of $12,730 for the city r A it KMlloul. Tar nY/l..
lay ------
if Hrulemlier StIll! Ihs foliwln manager, $5,220 for the administrative Nn. 4. Thnmaavlll. Nolle* .ta lirnliy ilvrn that II L.Crml : Sealant I,, tovvrtncf SERVICE Model NK
ddiirlbml. .elnrlk North' ('s.lIu a M K|>i ni>rr balder of ,Inliwrtlflinl .....n"'l! for Plaintiff
I In Bald Sisal lrIinen.. toVot asdUtant and $3,780 (far YOU AKK: Hk.ltfc.liT': : NOTiriRI, No *M lord the St.t sot I'alm A V...... Br... A Washington St.
: that a Complaint for Dlvnro .boo day nf Miy A U. 1MJ! hoo IIM. Tltuavlllv, r'lorhlar 117
S, fIInrk1:, Harbor the secretary to the city manager b.*.n llml) a.alnat yon sod you Poe. In nty nffu and ka* mad.appllrallna .. M( SS, 0< .
Aatat.n KubillvUlon, Herllon ar. iulril. to nerve a uupy ".rYUII' fur a las v>nl l. biMiml :. -- --- ----- ----
aicordlni .lo th. "gist there pka.llnaIn the Ihornoa 8.ld crrtlflrattvmbracvi
.. rorurded in flat' Hook It also Includes $4prnn
pat :n, public morda of $55 for telephone and telegraph llnwaril U M.,... Jr. 11 "rty la 'In. Cuuniy" .f Ilrv r4, Hear Ye! Hear Ye! eWE
: ,
la. .. County Florida. fouulna Awnu, Tlluavlll., riur- Hint' of rinrlitw.wit" !
...* wild the f.illnwliia/ $1,200( for car allowance, $75 (for Ida, sad file the urKlnal ....w.., ,ntalliin M Plat A al .por
nf property. whlth ar* ,In- or uloaillitii In tk. oCfli or Ih. tilal DIIUR S pega IT. Watch For The
..d I. and ..man.nU' In..I. maintenance of office machines, ('''rll of I'truult Court nrvar l l>rlM|>i ln> Uran .. A.TMMnu'al
.. part ol he ImllrOV.IRonu $125 for public relations, $45 for (nunty C'uurlhoiii., Ttluavtll, Th. .= of tha all Itlr.r.loaM. :: A
aald. land'On .
r n rinrlila' nn or .Ix-lor* th* Ilk day riy tho all Early October GIVE
I WMtlnihoua* Ovea, lod..1 printing, $150 for office supplies\ of (h'tobrr. 1111I4. II you fall to .... war !I. In* anal ul WMI- E .
UCIUIXOn do .... riormr contoaan I.m lUhman K<:a..1. l.l.
a pro
W..llnahouw n.... $125] for gasoline $225 for memberships ... old f.rdfl.'at.. .
n k* aln.1 ,you for Ski \.1. skull n Of The .
I Modal' PMAUX' and publication, $154 lief 'I m..r.... In the ... mtiwnml. ..x*...(.lIn.I> law, lha Opening ) TOP VALUESTAMPS a dependable
f nn Mw-Run HealerImbar DATED at TItuavlll"' .,..Will.. lirmxrly' DATE) Ih4 Illh Icy or Rspl. for capital outlay. this ..... dev. of Hrulrnibrr. 1W. mt\A\ Ia I .ln. hlihnt 'blil.l.r' al In* MAYTAG i
IWHCUHTm City Attorney |tXl'HT MKAI.Iftirtla.: Murlhninw' door ali\ .iw .rim.k Id Spinning Wheel In'64
R. BARNKK It, narn Hinm an Cl.hHK: OP PAID ('IRCt'lTC The total I hudget for the cityattorney's 1' .rk nf flrcuii Court month.. ..f 11olo1.....', A II. 1M4. wklrk. pLOW
JUHTBy Is TIIU.VIII.I. 'li>rlcla la In* alb day of mtunrr, A U, u
Mary, Joa .Vnirnrl department $7,055, ray V. .M. 1I1..n.I.| IMUl' .
>"piity ( ....11 composed of $4MM for the city IHtpiity llork >.l....l tkll U nay nf Au.,,* Yarn Shop
AYLOR ANU IIR ION llnwaril U Mayra. Jr. A U l.*ttunla.
HI H. K 2nd Mlravi attorney $125 for travel, $130 (for Attorney for llalnlirtIM II narnMl
I la ml, tlnrblalorbort membemhips and publications Vnqulna Avunu Clerk l of Or,'ult """1'4.' 1Iro.
I' K llonton l>. O: lint ISH I v..1 Coualy tlnrio la the DOWN PAYMENT
'lift Tlmpomhoa Urlvendlan and $2,000 for other legal cliarg- Tlluavlll. MorMartaul ICIMUll Churl M.1)Aus. '
Harbour .IUa..h, Floridaopt. 1/. ... .
4 11 li. m iPrit IM4. .pI. to 11. 11 (1H I 1054 RIVER


DEVCO INC. REASONABLE RATES Only the Finest la Kalttiag Wool. bp


;TORES AND OFFICES ,(JOflfy.'L e PHONE 873432: wM If yuve have kl se H vtrtM4( 'bi yeur favorite mafailn. we ,

m S.
WatMnfltwt An. (DrmKwn TlrinvilU)

Sj On Main thorcughfart Pr.|M." l-ff. .1.! kn wn as Cau.. FREE KNITTING CLASSES Para 2S7-M1I
Read C...... lcation OrUnd Road e CAFETERIA I I
ay r on 9 Centrally I 'moralnya a tier noon* e..alap
"'aid 1 In Hlfh treffl er.a Ad iut. Fr.nl-.I..Rulldinp.rklep e DINING ROOM AND LOUNGE WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL

Rentals start al $120 Monthly. e MEETING AND DISPLAY ROOMS

WRITE BOX 1403 TITUSVILLE. or PHONE We Are Also CarrylagMartU

MRS. BETTY GRIFFIN. 287-3528 "ONCE OUR GUEST ALWAYS OUR GUEST SMOUI ProrlncUl Aatltralag Kits 413V1AYW Ml 3A3H13 31.034 OVV'a


Stpltmbtr II, >1964 Tlruivllle (Florida) Star Advocate Page

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Diet' lnctM' profile a*** I fa,

Beautiful New Chevrolets for 1965 ,

!e ,.

,Abet'- Av4 4,

", ce.- y

ICaterlng Ha second decade, lite 1V6S Thunderbird eon .

tbiHvi Ita al)liD, and eagiarepng leadership with such

advaared features as front wheel disc brakes standard
equipment. an all _..11. Other 1963: Thundrrklrd\ slin ,

dard equipment ew er>benelt{ features, Include diillnrtlve

M sequential{ turn lieu wlilrh create a light pattern la the

f MY turning direction reversible heya whkh' may be Inserted

s bite 'Ignition and truak locks either aide tip k,)I... door

forking and a dome light as convertible _d.IL New or

revised ptloMa Include an AM/I'M radl en whUh all five I

push buttons may be used for'AM ar FM operation anfleclrlc

antenna, power vent w1ndw', vacuum deck 114
releaie and a llmiud dip dm rtatl.l. .

The three 1965 Thunderblrd models landau eon*

verttble and hardtop (above) -1 will debut Ia feed dealer

showrooms Friday September 2S,


Leading the beauty parade of 1965 ran b 'the pan('''. The MV Impala Convertible feature an YI
elegant Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe (above) with inward folding top with tempered ClaM rest window. 1
new towing lines, new roomlncM and I dbtinrtiveprofile. The regular-alae Cbevrolrt ka atailable II! IS model

Sty b roof line and curved aide .ind w. In four aeries.The public announcement date' for

blend with tilt gracefully contoured rear quarter all UioroW-bulll passenger can la September 24.

.. ,

.An entirely new botfj' design i I. offered V-8 enjdne. The' fast fliiwrng1 1 slut' line' is(

,on all 1965 Pontiac Catalina, star Chief nlMi'1 a feature! of the Itiir.nvvilte,; : .pnrU. t

Bonneville and Grand Tnx model. An exciting C\IIIll') 1

1965 Barracuda For PcrfornianceMindetlKThere ( I omion) bur 19iL i.- the 1 Him Introduced, fur the first time with the ) .

shown above in Pontmc'i CntAlinn poi';> 1 ll1ti.i!>( models I is the .tour-iUtr Le Man ,, t

coUpe. 'The option it also available<< in the sedan! l below The'' !I.<. Man alunjr with the

_. Catalina convertible.! The 1:! Htm'' :2: offers complete! T.mpl'lIt| line, ha* Iwn restyled !tl

such exclusive feature a* turn pnlnc/ Including. Wl'ticlIlImountt'li, headlights, I

r + A stripes running the length of the cur, front IrlcI''lhlt'll>i l length and all new colors. There (

Improved performance; -;; -w llh-bereaved;: ; ; fuel for tender< lo\\vr jiccent < and nil m-w 'J i'lu :'J mi; now< twelve models\ : in the Tempest'

au lavlngs up to IS per rent hale bern achieved economy In the identification t'ndor t'ir' I hum+ ',! I I'.mtmc.' ( I lriiin-\| .I t Custom antllA I :Mans tortet plus "I a

tastefully restyled Ford Falcon for It65. Mora powerful I famed high pcrf,"rntttn'e: J'l: < ui >''I hn, > > "ic' .p.'ft. ', I.'CO. T

L-3 engines Including! a redesigned :06-cublr.lnrh Six with

seven main bearing for added anio lhne.a combine
with Ihree-tpeed. ('rulse-0-Mstlc\ or Ihree-apeed manual

w traniinl..lona for the economy and performance Improve.
'dw mend New Interior and new U.lrumcnl panel ornament

r at Ion; new low-profile d''tires; Improved steering reipon.slveness .

; alirrnatora' automatic chokes on all englnest
and lirger fuel tanks are other IMS Falcon features.

The 11 new Falcon modrla Including the Falcon Futura

I.door Hardtop (shove), will l lie> Introduced In Ferd dealer Ile ,

Showroom on Friday, September 2S.IN .

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IN TIIRIRl'IT!: rornt or
TIIK nricriT rot-RT orTHK THK': NINTH JI'IWIAI' I. flM-
TIT' IN AMI KliH TIIH | IIH'NTV" or llftKVAIIIt' : aTATKor CombinationSERVICE
I IN' (-HAS': .unIII: <''.'' IIIVINa It"VINOIt"ANK. HANK, a Mm Vurk .
There is a new Plymouth Barracuda for production passenger car. Included among I t New Tart .iirpnr ilan.Plxnllfl. i psrp.ruin.1'/alnllU./ : OFFER

1965. It retains the sporty appearance and the mechanical improvements and optional ."' YaminellT R PTONr.NAN: url

utility which characterized the car intro- i equipment the 1965 Barracuda are a new I II JAIIF.R: n. BATON: and IOf11THV MA II ION rrONKMAN, his wlfe.N .
I. CATIIN: 111. ..
duced last May, but offers even more appealto I i high-performance engine, a Rallye-type suspension I IwlondsilaOTIR "",.,..b..,.,
the performance-minded driver with its firm.ride frunt and rear shock absorbers STATE \ : or alit solid: or at n
P14151111 A T(1Illahert
1965 version.With wheelbase of 106 inches and. "Sport Stripe" of the Itmrm 0, f.mun: metIxiruikv F-
a a typeused n II"" "" and. ....1... r rma
and a width of 70.1 inches, the Barracuda Is on competition cars. Offered with Addr.s. (I'akn.w.and .. ';..on.. hi. wlfE .. txn...lil...,..."H.'...WtoiiMnik, hi.. "".,slid Op.l .Ml t 1' V' \ Balance ',

a compact five-passenger model which is Instantly either aix cylinder or V-8 engines, the Barracuda .11 .eorlb-s .1.1I"ln. 1.1....,. lonrnon,, hi. wif, r
h. Ibrooah unAar 0' ...In.' lho Harold. H .t.........* and ....'
recognizable because of its fastback Is available only as a two-door hard. sold' J.mn O 1'01: .n,1 1'010. .Ml ..''nn......., hi. ""., { } .
.. design. Its tinted-glass rear window of 14.4 top. It carries the 5-year or 50,000 mile war r.. lon.., hi. wlf, mil.. all narruahlvlap .ua -....'in imp mrwia .
i r nUlmlna' lo bars any I '. .
l. t .ltrwnl. t
.. square feet lathe largest ever Installed on a ranty on engine and drive tra.n components I ri,.hu Mil. nr .......< I* Ih. soot! I a .I ...<..... "'c'Ulmlii. Inlnml" I i_ I
.T.. uporir with linnrovvm.nU' there b, to roiah. ....d.r or .i.u.l. ,lk<., rrecWim hnlunveUilN
.'a i hrr.liTon demrlsN. I sold. KohM-l. II. k,5.mas.H amMrlun front wheel
*ionn'.n. 10''. .,r.. and
AND ic:A or nr Tor .LwW H, mon.m.. mil opal l lmonrman. to prolong tire life.
'I 1olua. UN n..HI.. ihNl. a pull .hn hi. wl.. .. and It"...... II. Brake Adjustment
All-New 1965 Ramblers Unveiled ilea riltd: o.n*la vile I Is lie' i aipsmaa. ...1 ......... 51...
liuv. .sri. Tk* anur ofih mss, M.. wlf., ....d ill i'.rti..
pull li I. ronelax ihm mrnln, I 11avles or iilalinlM, In h.>e. .*< We abut brake, add Hun!, it novxlixl I Weights Imluilwl,
nt...... .litrop and druina.
..d Mod. .r vullllr rwwil III II,. rtv or with IVUIF.I lnit In>inrmulihMOk Ik. nag. > and liw| .i.-t brake lining no eitrs charge
ficl.l l Mor4. Ihiuk tn. ammr! Sin hr.ln 4.e.Nh.4
Public. K oord. nr llravinfrau.lHuMcU ; : roll AN l I KACH or Toll b..n-
MHUmbrrlK the krMfitr ... bv .... .oili'. hut a nil hoc ,
a_ritwd'. coal l nronrrlv The I IMm .Man f1ld ..In.i ton In the
of IB. bun In "hkh rill. .....v. ...... Court. Tk. IIII'U" ONE
null I. .wnillM I I. lli. Clrvullrnurl or .Ik* lull I I. I* f.ir.e'|,,.. ik.l
at ,Ik. Nlnlk Juillnl, ) rinnlllIp .rt.11I '. 01.101 Novsuh.r
r ii.il rnr 111. Coast I of 'Y1! IM,, aa/'mMi. .
r 511511.
4 L .II' ; t.'
View or nrkl. in .rv .. I ril 'In or Drill H.I-OI.I., Hunk 'WV
...., .n' ik. .bbr.vui..i mi' niin *.. "r. I'Hbibi .- or Hr.';rl w EEK
*. yam !I. A........In Irvlni Pan ('.....t. ricrM. .n' .".II.rI... ikr ) (
less M.nk. a New' Tort t'ltnotUna I .. ..
I kM iiirtr d Mrlki>4
r l limp
pt.mi.ilf, vi. i...... (. ....t. any Th aim of th. I'"".l ,In 0
ie: 05. .awl imroikv. L. Kaon tin. whirr uM. ran I. .ixndlui I. It,. m," ONLYTHs398
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/ TltusvltleFI.rWeJBtar( Alv.eatt Friday, Sap, 15, 1

Miss VanAllen '''round town I 11

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With Newe And Notes wilL carlon
Phon. 267-3994 Barbara .

oNortA Brevardr Bryant DayMr.

f Newcomer In our area received Nighters production the Pied Piperof ard, Dorothy (Mrs James) Amos

and Mrs. M. A. Couturier an official "welcome to Titus- Hamlln at Bayvlew School. and Annette (Mri. William) Row.

Jr., 2380 N. AlA, Melbourne, vllle" yesterday from Claudia Shannon Is eight and, ironically Icy

Fla.. announce the engagement (Mri. Raymond) Zanetta and enough, her mother was Just eight
r __ of their daughter Valerie Van' other members of the Florida when she made, her first theatrical New officer were elected at
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-1 Allen to Bryant Lee Day Ion of Greeter Newcomer Club at appearance also at Bay* last nights meeting of the Luth

I IRC Woman's Club Launches Promising YearThe Mr and Mrs A. Lee Day of their monthly coffee in Claudla'i view School about this same eran Women's Missionary League

Titusville. lovely home on Karen Drive. time thirty years ago as "Puck"in of Good Shephard Lutheran Church
Miss VanAllen attended Titus' All the guest were served a "Midsummers Night Dream". on Garden Street. Kathy Del

Indian River City Woman's ville High School and Is presently variety of donuts and coffee and Kay has appeared In many productions Monte was elected president;

Club held Its first meeting of a employed at the Umveiiity learned of the club'i various activities since that time, In college Mary Wilmer vice president,

,new and promising season laht of Florida, Gainesville.Her and projects, the current and locally, her most recent Betty Hopton, secretary and
Monday evening at the Civic Cen fiance, a graduate of Titusville being a fashion show-card party being lead roles In "Janus" and Frances Hasselbring. treasurer

ter. High, is a student at scheduled for September 30 at "Bye Bye Birdie". No doubt lovely The new officers will be installed

the University of Florida where the Whispering Hills Country little Shannon will follow In in October. Hostesses for the
After the opening ceremonies, he is a member of the Beta Phi Club. "Mommie's" footsteps. meeting were Mrs. Hassclbrlng

Mrs. Randolph Nunnally, President fraternity. and Bonnie Sturchio.
presided over the 4th anniversary v A November 28h! wedding is Newcomers attending were:
thebrlde'l Midge (Mra. Don) Kulchak of Sue (Mrs Jerry) Erickson of I ''I
meeting and tackled the piN planned at the home of
fi t.iL r 1841 Smith Drive. The Kulchaks Camella Ave. was guest of honorat Dr. Sam Barr Is the proud
heavy agenda with vigor. The y parenti.NASA .
moved to Titusville a little over a stork shower Thursday evenIng possessor of a pilot's license now .
club was alive with anticipation, a month ago from Wyoming with with many of her friends and gave his lovely wife, Linda a .
anxious the This
was very evident new In the year.mannerof Wives their three children, Craig ((9)), "showering" her with lovely gifts spin through the air Wednesdayon

discussions on each item on Mike ((8)), and Kelly ((3)). Although for the expected new arrival. their first flight together since
Midge Is still getting settled in Hostesses for the evening were the big event. Dr. Barr passed

the Mrs.agenda.William Johnson, Chap Enjoy Cards her new home here, she became Betty (Mrs. Michael)) Vienazin- the pilot's test with "flying col
a member of the "Newcomers die and Edle (Mrs. Ted) Pope. ors" on Labor Day. He Is such a
lain gave a brief biography on
Club" and will soon be active In Sue's gifts were arranged In an flying enthusiast and Linda en.
Mary Stewart the author of "The
'Collect for Clubwomen" which Is u Luncheon their projects. attractively decorated baby bas joyed Wednesday's flight so much
ket. Betty and Edie served deli she will probably be joining the
i part of every club opening ceremony Sharon (Mrs. Richard) Bohl-
The Act IV Lounge, on North! mann who moved here last month cious cake and coffee to the guestof ranks as a pilot herself soon.

U. S. 1, was the scene of the with her husband and children, honor and Carol (Mrs. T. S.)

Kenneth Membership Klndsvatcr Chairman welcomedand Mrs ..f .- ._.............. regular monthly "get-acquaint Lisa ((4)) and Lesley ((18 month), Sauerbeck, Marilyn (Mrs. K. C.) Chrysler WivesThe
ed" meeting of the Titusville Kinsvater, Dorothy (Mrs. John)
Introduced the nineteen guests SIGNS NEW MEMBERS Mrs. Kenneth new members as they arrived. From left to their new home at 710 new
NAS.A. Wives Club Tuesday. home at 710 Karen Drive. Rich Faenza, Marilyn (Mrs. Gerald) Chrysler Wives Club held
present: Mrs. J. Spencer, Mrs. G.Mosakowskl Kindsvater, Membeis: lp Chairman of the are Mrs. James Spencer, Mrs. George Mrs. Ike Kigell and Mrs. Leo ard was transferred here by Morton, Helen (Mrs. Lynn) Shep- their September meeting on Wednesday

Mrs W Coleman, Indian River City Woman's Club stationed Mo.ukow.kl; (signing name), Mrs. Kind- Walsh acted as hostesses for NASA from Indi- September 16th. Mrs
"Mrs. W. Hughcy, Mrs. F. Swift, herself at the entrance to the Civic water and Mrs. James Maxwell. this enjoyable get-together for AI Notary, Vice President presided
The Bohlminns
Jr.. Mrs. J. Maxwell, Mrs. 11. Center last Monday evening and signed in cards and luncheon, which 1 II ana. are mem AAUW To EntertainAt In the absence of the President
berg of Good Lutheran
Horn Mrs. G. Steele, Mrs. 0.Ryah vacancy for the remainder of the held the third Tuesday of each Church. Shepherd Membership TeaThe Mrs. Tom McDonald.
Mrs. J, Christian, Mrs. W. month. Cards started at 900: Mrs. Dolores Cole was welcomed
Pitkctbley, Mrs. ld. Romine, Mrs. year a.m., followed by a delicious Anna (Mr. Eugene) Nye came Titusville Branch of the as a new member to the
Publicity Chairman, Mrs. Lau to Titusville In June with her American Association of University
L, McClendon, Jr? Mrs. L. Burr turkey luncheon at noon. Club. Several guests were presented
kett, Mrs. R. Gibson, Mrs. M. rence Simms, explained In capsule Winners at bridge were: first, family from Orlando. Anna and Women will entertain pros. to the members, Mrs.

Cuban, Mrs. E. Sermons, Mrs. form what It takes to make Mrs C. A. Terhune, second, Eugene, also an employee of pective members at a Member Tom Brown Introduced her nice

C Avery and Mrs. R. Wiltshire. publicity 'click'. She announced Mrs. Walsh. Canasta winners NASA, have three children, Donna ship Tea this Sunday, September Mrs. Jerry Gaye from Sarasota.

Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. her assistant will be Mr. Thomas were Mrs. John Oakley and Mrs ((17)), Jeannie ((9)) and Gail ((7)). 20, from 2 4 p,m. at the home of and Mrs. Johnnie Howard Introduced

Charles Heckclmoser, read a let Martin and said the club meetings r A kI Cleve Loveland. The Nye family resides at 815 Mrs. Curtis Wherry 227 Briar. two friends from Pasadena .

ter from Stanford Murray, Dircctor and activities would be divided r During the luncheon, numberswere Karen Drive wood Lane. Mrs Wherry lives In California Betty Petralia ,

of the North Brevard Rehablll- between them to give the club drawn for three lovely Frances (Mrs. Wally) Hasscl- the Briarwood Sub.division) whichla and Sherry Lecoq.

., jation Center, Inc, and Normandy maximum coverage Indoor potted plants winners bring of 278 Coronado was new off the Old Dixie Highway, op- The table decorations of Fall I ,

-rfchool, thanking the club for their A unanimous vote of approval being Mrs. James Miller, Mrs. to the "Newcomers" but has poslte the LaGrange Baptist foliage sprayed with gold were

contribution of milk for the chil3lren : was given to the money raising 1 Clarene Morgan and Mrs. Phillip been a resident of Titusville for Church. made by Mrs. Lorraine Zaihrcw-

:: during their summer sessions. I Claybourne. about three years now. Wally Is College graduated of AAUW approved ski.A
projects presented by the Finance of and!
Several thank( you notes Mrs. Willard Halcomb has employed by Broyhill Developers. schools are cordially Invited lovely program songs
Chairman, Mrs. Lawrence Flink music Mrs. Kate
was given by
were read from members; who agreed to accept the job of Publicity The Ilassclbrlngs have four to attend and become acquainted
the first of which will be Rum talented
a Dwellcy, a per'former
had received gifts from the sunshine Chairman In the future. children, Anna ((11)), Greg ((10)), with the members and very
Sale. The dill from the Indian River
mage plans are
club P. The next meeting will be heldon Faun ((7)) and Pandora ((5)). Frances the aims and objectives of the
In the making and more details 1 Players which everyone enjoyed
The Treasurer, Mr.. Nick Turopoljac October 20 at the Act IV Is quite active in several organizations club.
will be announced later very much.
gave the treasurer's re 4 Lounge, Hostesses for this In town Including the The local branch of the AAUW
Plans were made for the Hal
port and announced that dues The President appointed (live meeting will be Mis. Ben Hur Spaceport Young Republican Cluba was organized last fall and receive next
loween Costume Party for
are now being collected. club members to gather Informs- soy 267-6078 and Mrs. Phillip bowling league, and now the ed Us charter January 29, 1964 which will themonthly
month replace
Aui. TJrr! .. S'gpaeryij( ( ga., 1'pyament linn and make a report on eachof Y Claybourne, 26-1374 You may "Newcomers Club". She was Just from Dr, Blanche Dow national The
tho projects the club selected '",.4.. .. '" ,, .. I luncncon party will
announced that 'tht'II'*' project make your reset vations by phoning elected treasurer of the Lutheran president of Uie'AAUW.-Meetings: bb allotd'oeuvers Buffet and
would be aiding the Detention fear consideration at their 'Phillip FOUR CANDLES FOUR PRESIDENTS The Indian either of these ladies, or by Womens Missionary League of are held on the third Tuesdayof dance with husbands Invited

'Home.. The girls are In need of CO' meeting early In the year. Hiver City Woman's Club celebrated its fourth birthdaylast phoning Mrs. Byice Lowry, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. each month. Prizes will be given for the best

'combs, brushes, nail files and Mrs. Herald Gray presented a Monday night at its first meeting of the new season. iii 2672145. Please get your rescivations Two others attending the coffee The general theme of the pro cobtumes. More information

many other items to /make life report on Mental Health needs; A Dirthday Cake graced the festive table, back of which In early. who, we're sorry to say we did grams planned for the coming about this party will be published

more' comfortable. Many items Mra. Hcckelmoser reported on the stood three past Presidents, left to right, Mrs. Reeve All N.A.S.A. Wives are invite not get to chat with were Mrs. year will be Mental Health. At later In the month.
have already been distributed and Jacobus Mrs. William Johnson and Mrs. James Plumb, ed, and the members are especially Mary Ellen Bisby and Mrs. Shire the October meeting a film en
needs to furnish
")they plan to repeat }fills' every 7 a and Mrs. Randolph Nunnally, newly elected Presidentfor anxious to meet and welcome Icy Simms. titled "11 these were your Chile Order Of RainbowThe

to. weeks, or as needed. Mrs. Room at Jess Parrlsh Hospital; the ensuing year. the many new ones in the dren" will be shown. Other Titusviue Assembly, Order

It' Glenn Young, Program Chairmanand Mrs. Glenn Young reported on area. Good news for our "Senior Citizens' meetings will include a panel discussion of Rainbow for Girls will

First Vice President, gave various ways the Y.M.C.A, could Florida Greeters Re-Schedule N.ASA. Wives in the Titus *. The first meeting of the on Careers in Mental hold a public Installation of officers

the report In the absence of the use our assistance; and reportedon ville area. are welcome to attend Golden Years Club la scheduled Health, arranged by Dr. Pauline on Saturday evening, Sept.

Department Chairman Mrs. James major needs at the Detention the Cocoa Beach NASA. Wives for October 15 at I a.m. In the Fertsch. a program on Mental 19. at 1:00: o'clock. The ceremonywill

", hook Home; and Mrs. Ralph Jones. re "Autumn Fashions" On Sept 30 Club at the Patrick Officers Woman's Club building on Hopkins Health Legislation and a husband be held at the Masonic

The Fine Arti Department, ported on purchasing playground Club on the first Wednesday of Ave. Everyone over 60, men .wives dinner in the spring. Temple on Washington Ave.

with Mrs. Joseph Draper Kennedy equipment and picnic tables to The Florida Girders Newcomers The chlldien's clothes will be each month. You may phone or women, Is extended a cordial la sedition to the general meet. Miss Drndaa Scott will be Installed

ai chairman, announced establish a playground.: This was Club "Autumn Fashion shown by Miss Kim Steele, Mrs. Robert Lupo, 267-7604, for Invitation to attend. Cards and ings, AAUW members Join study as Worthy Advisor of the

''many of their activities for the unanimously adopted a. the main Show", originally scheduled for Miss Debbie Klmball, Miss further Infoimation. various games will be played groups which are established to organization

coming year. A portrait content project for the year. Sept. 18th, has been resihcdul Patty Kevfcr, Miss Donna Hawkins and light refreshments served. encourage Individual participationin Refreshments will be served

"will be held at Coquina Elementary Tho budget for the year was cd for Sept. 301 h., 7:30: p.m.. at Miss Ally.on Decker Master Pink Lady Schedule We've been to several I of these Investigating various current and a social hour held following

School and they will campaign presented by the Finance Chairman Whispering Hills Country Club. Johnny Keefer and Master meetings (just aa a guest, how topics. the installation Also a Rainbow
against Indecent literature'on and was accepted. This lathe Proceeds from the style show Matt Decker The Pink Lady Schedule for ever) and have seen how much The AAUW branch offers many DeMolay dance will be held

area magazine stands. The largest budget the club has will be given to the North Bre Lovely and talented Mrs. Jess Parrl.sh Memorial Hospital, the "seniors" really enjoy them. opportunities for individual useful later
week of 20.26 Is followsSunday
Sept. ,
as :
Department will again sponsor had. vard Juvenile Home. June Carter of WllMF Radio 20 L. So, If you've never been to one, ness, at well as stimulus and con
Sept Morning; :
the sewing contest and will an The By.Laws Committee Chair Mrs rrlhcllla Close of The will bo the commentator of Rash; afternoon: M N. Canon, don't hesitate you'll\ have a won genial associates. Each member I C H M B ERS.J.EWtLERS .
nounce the rules as soon as they derful time contributes to a program
Close will be coordinating "Autumn Fashions.
man read and explained the recommended Shop B. Hinds; evening: II. Conner.
ar. released from Federation The Golden Years Club Is which gives focus to the Influenceof
changes In the clubby all the women's fashions and Flowers By Fran will be In Monday, Sept. 21 Morning.:: sponsored
jheadquarters.Mrs. charge of all domiations Lovely by the Woman's Club of college\: women locally, nation. 'Jswtlry. rf h better kM'
fall suits
Ilw. They will be discussed will be showing lovely M. E. Busby; afternoon: M.
Kennedy said "It Is with and voted on at the next! regular dresses and sportswear. autumn artificial and fresh Long, G. Sellers; eveningM: TitusUllc A committee meetingto ally and Internationally, Eligible I IRTll PUZAMONEY
jegrct that I have to resign my meeting Fishvi's Quality Footwear flower displays will be on each Willis, J. Wilson make plans for the coming sea- college: graduates are Invitedto ,he... 2.7m

chairmanship of the Fine Arts will be allowing the new styles table. Tuesday Sept. 22 Morning, : son will be held Monday at 2:30: share In this adventure. I --- l

Dept." The President, Mrs. Nun The refreshment committee, In footwear and handbags. Mrs E. W. Morris, chairmanand F. Young/ Petit F Tuten, In the Woman's Club building.

itchy, regretfully accepted her connUtmg of Mrs. Herald Gray. The chiMicn's clothing will Mis. Edward Decker co' afternoon: M Kraus, F Thomp :

resignation: and announced that Chairman, Mrs. Reeves Jscohus, be from Grant and Dates Men chairman of the event announced Bone C. Thompson; eVl'ldnC/ : Here's an Interesting little note! i I !

Mrs. Lewis Rowell will fill the Mrs. Charles Heckelmosrr and Store will present fashions for that cards will be featured Williams, J. Archer M. r'tnlcy Shannon Moran daughter of Kay' .

_- ----- Mrs. Joseph Draper Kennedy, men. beginning at 7.30: with prizesfor Wednesday Sept. 23 Morning&: and Ken Moran. will make her For Extra FastSERVICE. SORROW PAYMENT I

BARBECUE supplied a charming( table fullyarra'ed Mrs. Faye Pnrnell of Fay'a Individual winners at each M. E Busby; afternoon: K. Goer first theatrical appearance this I : "

for a birthday party Beauty Sulim will do the hairstyles table. The fashions will be the K. Glerum; evening: J weekend In the Miniature First SISO.IOTI"..

SUPPER with colorful and tasty punch, a fur all the models" and shown at 8:30, during which dessert Phelps J, Bartlett, K. Phillips.>> Lean U, Ta MM.

at beautiful homemade cake (beautifully Mrs Thflma Galand of Merle and coffee will be served. Thursday, Sept. 24 M rning/: Willing Workers Phone 267-4331

decorated by Mrs. Fllnk) Norman will bo In charge of Committee chairmen Include: L. Welding, B. Jones; afternoon: PAY BILLS, TAXES REPAIRS. ETC. .
Mims Church of God and matching cup cakes accompanied make.up. Programs, Mrs. John Reefer W. Whalen G. Singleton; eve Circle Elects New

: PORK 8c CHICKEN mints and dishes of null The lovely models will be and Mrs. AI Cory; Pouters Mrs. ning.: S. Raloiuue& M. Spears, T. Slate Of Officers Southern 1 Loan Company

Gaily wrapped presents noUf- Mrs Richard (Beverly) Sera Charles Shackelford, Door Prizes Howard. WASHINGTON TITUSVILLI.
344 S.
D. The Willing Workers Circle of
Chicken $1.25 ,75 makers favors and party hat. Mrs Dean (Christine) Rroyles, Mrs Raymond Zanetta; Friday, Sept 25 Morning:
Pork $1.00 .SO added to the birthday theme. Alight Mra. Jack (Irene) SJiwrlnsberg. Wardrobe Mrs. Gary Taylor; Stout, afternoon: R. Kingman, the First Christian Church -- ---- -- --

birthday party was a perfect Mrs All (Marilve) Cory and Table Favors and Reservations, A. Jackson, B. Wright; evening: elected officers for the coming

FREE DiUVERYl way to end an evening ot Mrs Edward (Rosemary) Deck'or. Mrs Ann Steele Publicity, B. Bell, M. Monhotlon B. Hinds. year at I meeting held Tuesday

Phone UM280 serious busincas.EUNICE Mrs. Don DOOM; Flowers and Saturday. Sept. 24 Morning: night.
--- - -- G. Oliver J. Johnson, afternoon: Officers elected and to be installed '
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R. Martin, E. Childers, P. at the next regular meeting ;


ANNOUNCES THAT Missionary Baptist Church Hinds. President Betty Wattwood:

0* KANSAS CITY MO., IS WELCOMES YOU Decorations, Mrs. Fran Paite- -cy-Treas. Louise Stockton;

ASSOCIATED WITH TRIM Slngltton Ave at Dairy Read, TltvsvlIUMJMHY low Project Chairman, Ruby Lowf)'.
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Young Church Growing with the old Gospel l Announces the Opening Of His OfficesFor THE ROCKMASTERS
a Swinging Style for High School Girls
1 Every 4th Saturday, Singing 7JO P. M. the Practice Of
V'I WRMF RADIO FROM TILL '30 A M. imo ON DILL Internal Medicine Open 4:30 PM-2AM-MoD. thna Sat.

Easy Te Care For Styles for Sexy /' ACTS 18 30WHAT Dlnn.r 5:30-1 30-Cocktail Hour 4:10-4
Women t I ACTS 18'31\ I And CardiologyROOM Open) Sunday 1.' ,..... Jesse Sunless 4.M: S).....

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Titusville Terriers, Melbourne Bulldogs, Rated Best In Brevard CountyPicking


the finish order of Brevard Counties six big ing up shop in Melbourne To make the Bulldogs roll, hell
schools is a problem, even flipping the Kennedy half dollar have a couple big linemen and his first string quarterback
won't solve. Jeff Vaughn, one of the finest track men in the county.
One thing for sure there won't be a dull moment this We're not forecasting! track, 1\'. football season so let's place
." year. n the Bulldogs near: the top of the list even if they are a
Apparently, the best way to start the assumption of main contender for the crown. Despite taking the county
overall evaluation is to evenly divide the teams Into three gadhl championship four years in a row, it's time for Melbourneto

classifications main contenders, dark horses and Improb- Ie let go of the reigns.
,1 ables A quick rundown:

By doing this, we won't have to spend time with Cocoa Ro1! If Eau Gallie can find the linemen for blocking, purposes -
I Beach, wh.o must be classified as an "improbable" due to the they could foul up predictions And, Melbourne will
Minutemen being the latest addition to Brevard's hustle to- make things interesting right in the title picture. Cocoa
wards the county championship. Beach will not have much company in the cellar that (is for

We can consider ourselves doing fine now, with one t ty Kami* Hugh* Spa* Mtar this season but give Coaches Ed Feely and Jim Morgan a
team down and only five left to pick a winner. chance: to build and you'll see a small scale reproduction of

And now, how about that darkhorse. only a couple of factors rule the Tigers out This possibly could be the best team Conch John Gaines Florida State and University of Florida

There's a problem for Einstein's slide rule. We've just about got it made. Left are Titusville, Mel! has: had since he succeeded Spec Everhart two years ago- Melbourne should defeat every team In Brevard with
Since we're far from a college math major, the best bourne and Eau Gallic. I even if some sideline fans say they'll return with that 3-4-1 only one pioblcm They may be two deep at nearly all positions
way to figure this one is flip that Kennedy half dollar. Well, record but overall speed will not balance with the Terrier
now It looks like Satellite Beach. It's strange that Eau Gallie would come down to the *
of Tltusvtlle
Sure. Titusville will lose some games, probably to Co.
Remember how they came on strong against Titusvillein wire and compare with Titusville and Melbourne real i Ion ml, Seabreeze and Sanford. But, we're talking in termsof Okay, now's the time to really see how that Kennedycoin
the last game of the season? After taking a 6-0 lead at strange They've only played one season of football and t the county championship. Is balanced for flipping Just for heck, let's say best two
half-time the Terriers with insurance classified as a Class A school while Titusville and Melbourneare
came through one Lets take a look at Galncs' herd: out of three
touchdown in the last half to win 12-0. Satellite cannot be AA. Competition still remains inevitable First fll : Feature that will yah* Titusville.
forgotten. They have one of the county's finest halfbacksand Eau Gallie has a bumper crop of backfield men, but Theres a right( handed quarterback who answers to the Second tulip: This 1 Is exciting. Melbourne
a quarterback returning in the backfield. they've hurting for beef on the line. With J. B Cowart, Ron names of Charlie Muggins and "Half Column Muggins. lie's Third flip: Oops, look's like we're back on the lame

Well, with Cocoa Beach figured as an "improbable" and Sorenson and Clive Calloway, Florida high jump champion, no slouch with a pigskin whether bombing it or carrying track again this year.

Satellite Beach the "dark horse", we've got four teams left manning the backfield, they're going to be fast if someonecan under an arm, he's a threat and proved it last year when. he Look out for the Titusville High School Terriers.For .
make them a hole. They too, will be shut down if voted the in Brevard
to classify as main contenders.So so was top quarterback the b.nctlof those who haven't guessed, it'll finish
now its odd man out. you don't mind, lets' drop Eau Gallie from the top. Hugging quickly took charge of the battlefield, com think ,
Cocoa first, if you please. Well, look what we have here missioned as a field general while only a sophomore, after like this: So we Brevard: Cuunty predictions

They won't have a thing. They never have material. Speaking of strange, this is worse than Dr. Jeckel and the two starters became Injured. He was lost for one season, Titimrllle
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They simply manufacture material from year to year, evidently Mr Hyde. It's real unusual that these two should meet but last year he was nothing short of a small sensation whilea "J
from some gridiron mail order house. A new coach face to face for the gridiron trophy. It hasn't happened since junior and he has to be rated as number one of all quarterbacks 3 2.. Eau Oa1ll \1'|,,

may make a difference in several years, but maybe not this last year. For the past five seasons these two teams have; In the county '
?"* 4. Cocoa
season. Back again this year, Cocoa will have their usual been engaged in the most spectacular feud south of the As for Melbourne Beach:
tough, rough, sliding and stomping big linemen. Cocoa Mason-Dixion line that would make both the Martins and Those in the know are saying that Bob KixmU is aboutto 9. Satellite
0. Cocoa
could probably whip any team on a given Friday, in fact, McCoys stay on their home grounds. harvest his finest junior varsity crop he's had since sett- .' -

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: Titusville- vs Sanford TonightRecord I


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Terriers OpenerA vu Need Speed

Binfurd unusual ability to tx' .

record crowd of 3,000 fans are expected to overflow plixl. a score any time from any
Draa Field tonight as the Titusville Terriers open the 1964 put on the> fli M Is mil presentIn
football campaign against Seminole High of Sanford at the I '64 group of Svmlnolvi
8pm. Last< year IJltl. Buddy Law"
Rated as a two-point underdog because of Sanford's Kin. the mainstay In Sunford*
weight advantage. the Terriers, operating with one of the offense could. bt xpecli'd! to
most over-all experienced ball clubs in five years will employ break from the line on a givenplay

primarily the same offensive tactics as last year, using iif haul In a pas from any
Seminole High a
the reliable "T" formation along with the wing-t and variations whirl and illvi "
qi t< h murh,ileservd victory
off the wina rta +
Sanford li expected'to use tile leg to avenge Sanford for a H t fie managed In do 'kI.tltlll.t,
tame formation, placing a man 13 cfcfeat' suffered In last year'a tm .1 l least (five different occasions
In motion off the wing and may. season opener. Uit year one time against
V, be some plays from the dependable Head Coach Games has return Tltuavlll In the. aeaaon" oirner.\
"T" and shot gun form ej many of hi. "a un." from During the second quarter Law

I ationj. last year's 541 crew, that won mn, completely, outran the Terrier .
,II! The two point advantage la contest from DeLand, Lyman secondary to give Sanford.'
based mainly on Sanford'a line Eau Gallie, New Smyrna and the halftlm Iud.l Then" later lathe
""I.! which la approximately 10 Satellite Beach while dropping; fourth quarter when T" .-
pounds heavier per man than games to Sanford, Sca"reere, till was ,bailing I1T, a M yard
Titusville'i and their back. who Winter Park and Melbourne and: run around, end tit up lanford(
'probably outweigh: the Terrleni one tie with Cot on. winning touchdown
least five pounds per man The Terriers shout,I be dill Lawson ISO pmimlrr who
But the Terrlcra should! have strength: tonight, with the exceptIon presently holds. (thlt m' yard dash
I enough speed to run around the of two athlete. Joe Sum. record, on Tltusvlll triik lipid
Seminoles in the open field. mera, 1S5 pound sophomore wai killed Ian* summer In a car
Spoarhoadmg Titusville nin standout who H're.vM; a broken ,'I""ht.
sing attack' Is Pavld Ward, the arm in practke one month ago Even' If (,.wmn was a senior,
MIke Stclilck r the Mea of not "being abl* to
ll.County Halfback while a and! senior guard > a t trl
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r and also I Krcvarda lllp l Gaines laid Mcblck might sec score the we once did bother "
serer In IMS!! Ward scored most limited action He Injured hi. v u.." flJrnmnt.,1 I Head, Coach

of his touchi'owns! I list. year on right wrist during a scrimmage; Jim"' fitful
Tbla were having/ to
from last wrck year
paaa |pL l;>.yi Into tie: flats
another vcti'ran Quarterback! Line coach Morrell Bailey. said I u.. nearly' all our atrrngth up. hemlrtitl
earlier this week, he feels the *, rvlylnj on one man. ,
Terrier line can "knock" Just aa nr"r + 1 a Lt* Sparkman" *
hard a* Sanfor even If the SemInolei + tNer r ,p.. ''r a4MA' t w Yh wrti ftparkman, a III pound aeiyiir,
are heavier "We've worked 111'. la rated aa one of tll.topI"lIhlleh
bard on IltCenMltl we fell In the Metro rotfrrnc : '
our beef unit" will play head *. A eonslatanl' ground' !Qlner (! .-

r s,1r up bill nil If the chip arc .,, ....... .. .. ..., .. _. .. he war the key to San/nrii/
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Backfield Coach Larry Mon. TERRIER FOOTBALL SQUAD to be even bettei Jhll

hollon la probably more pleawd year e
with the ability of f-l: year'* ,.n'od'' big and tough 6n.>.
backf than any Titusville baa completely uncompirabl full
ever had "W,'" got depth In Parkway Starts Season Ocf. 3 any school In central 5k.rtda.In.l
the backfield for the first tine, tMei athlete David Noetf a
which meaaa we can keep afresh its pound' senior tackle. Rave

constantly supply" of runners going Parkway JII.r. II.'i. Ninth. i"ri the team boasting one' of tti* grads aqua I m th i, ,, k 11"1 id 1 art Kyle played end for tIM Fir, guard: 1'.1. Smllh tackle! Nuke and Smell a Junior. another; Larry" 210 pound Watson tule, .310! ,
Twllly end Tool Lang
Grade Pirate. rrem holder largest tine and fattest In k toil Kdarl' (ju.r"' r' rhmluw" end Jerry Lyle' ,
of three Broard. aunty! fo,", field is Brevsrd. averaged f f''J' unit ,lad bear an l Peter (abet backfield starters 'from JX : mo pound Junior tackle. awl.1 ''.*
Tonight's Football ban championships begin tlt touchdowns per game and cc'< ,' Cvant Ki..ld i,"nrrti' for In* last year see Knlh !lhr*(, .. half t..klt.Mike Vhutli Herbert. and Klynn Mark, U gaud,AII1Ur .;- rsrlvis, 1 IM pound aenior gar'rrL
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Schedule ISM! gridiron season October I on scored on only" on tim scond team heck Hoeni. Newton.. halfback, They art nonaklered the fcoaaV -
Draa Ftrfd agalnut 8owtln*..ijMMor i AQ eonMy )lr.wsor high use Ih* Wayne rMn"'bam. fuHbtuk; Tommy Larry Brown, tackle; 'for Sanf."rda line, bothjoffrnilv : -
.. MM of Parkway scerMC lander. end, |' ,. la*
Games !. .*>* HvkCascfcsn tw.*.data.si system. where. aswuMM Hawk halfback and Lamar Jwc "pe and defeaslv s
Jbn. Cain. TltlU'riIIe law !NaMll Grader dm by a apepduter. Hr'>.' sinks. eN pipe lite .heal Day, halfback; sad. Ken.y (.rd. k", BIN WhMdoH. .wd; Da rid But their alternates art Jus'
Sanford at Clark Clark who moved to Ida! >|
i .... 11Mt.feasts. aid a .watts' fie. Mlbnk fXJHt. latkUt. H.h lime ru..1 and esperlem. ed
Cbarli Hu,. >ir Aia! la the Mea at Coi nail *r* lad Dmmt. Ml Terry and imyrw* B.aeai the ,..,. av"aawd David Monro. ai big
,alyi UM auw4. and fourth eaMaf; ad the tint itrlnir Plating r
Earl P.M.Wash cocjtni' Ssw.Mg .KiwmM. are TerryMyirt aa
Beach New fact M point
backfield the Toil T' have Howard Cocoa at SmyrnaSeabreei pr .. |uaH.Ikteral.
Joe Purd
: Bain eel a:lernat Barry at SatcWt Bead. grader. .***.... best However. Uw cMrlshsg *tall/ giN I and la.rkl*; Bob guard potltiona are wifiurJM. ) .
On* Both boys rut die 100 MriboufM at EyewaterFr feotfcal Mss whsk. acveatk and beaded by Jack Boor. behave ReIsreisg off Park..,'. tee W bmrm, c..r; tlMb Mar new Iranofer atudenti sealer. IM: Steve Groover Clark., aentorIM ,
j yard dash in around 10.5. Anchor. Lopes at Central Cathode eight gra<4i>r*, have foot two HH year wW. be somewhat tousker mtt are Hsfl (Edward. mi Pelt ...... lackkt.: Terry Robcrtaoa, are *.pee.td to add.. *....I.ne' .; Taiklea and Steve. Include Brad Pfu,*
lag Uw backfield i Is FuKback Cardinal Gtfcboo at FU. AirDeLand t.m4X< year wiHtotrt a defeat for the rham**. On of thru< Eaa. hrAII airikaika. E sa*. IacklePaal. Loud. ead' Harry to the |r w9, Tbf ire Bas CV senior,. nd
f Sam Woctham. tile only Junior at LeeiburgM OM fill... Rivet Junior fete. mill. problem fat that nearly a! "'wrr k. .base .egad. to f Johnson, std; Data. Caller nor. ha! \ haek. Drww CutrlgM, en, a 112 pound senior. JfS?
f ...... in die running attack >HtOrlaod artMxil. ....... r* *r4* Ifl central of the county teams will outweigh ..**%*.* B...rttrm __ W ka. grad. David Vk>kH. tickle; latkl' .ad Daisy SuJUvsa, ends Bit Kuyendalt I7i Aiidy;
TbM yar. despite the weight, Uxw U. Orlando Oak .....*. Uw nth grade bo pe4.. al Mirct l to fill .k*' J *. KkMMHMrl. ( guard. Joe NbIM g..,... Mike(Continued Gr.". Junior On Page; 11) I
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t difference tile Terrier are try Ridge T Last rear while Ciglnk grad Retaramc' from tile En' >

I Tltuivill (Florida) Stir Advocate "PrWay, r.mb.r II, tttI

I "A Good Look At The 'Terriers 011964 ,

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Playing left end on the Teirlcrl .. ..M e Cla( ,, fier r "Big Six"
line wHI be tarry Stnmer}

min., 1'10". IK pound seniors 1 1All
Zimmerman Is one of 12 returnIng .

At left tickle In the "bear",
Charlie Griffin a 210 'pounder, f w'l"'' 'g 3 +Irw Tilts lonite

|'"". Griffin last year was nelCW .
II t1Ie bent middle guard In

Brevird, taking I position on tho
mythical all.county learn Grit of Brevard Big Six" three newspapers, Tltuaville Star
fin ta Tltuivtllef largest dcfcn ; schools hit the gridiron playing Advocate Melbourne Daily
live player i field tonight, but the race for Times and the Cocoa Tribune

Playing left guard is Don tYiJ i" the county title will not begin unlit was won for the third consecutive '
l fiUnwH, 175 pound senior, SB'. }t h we it next week when most of the ) year by Bob Koontz Melbourne !
Slanseil played first airing for wr team brace for ono of the toughest Bulldogs. ,
Ute Terriers last year, moved to Jntra.county seasons in many Titusvlllc pulled second place, f

Ih* We t Palm Beach area fol! years. followed by Cocoa, Eau GaUia

towing football season, thin re Tonight, Satellite Beach will and Satellite Beach .
turned for hi* aenior year Stan- Vtst Seabreeze, Eau Gallic hosts Winners of the county championship .
sell has all the abilitira of becom Reddick of North Marion County; must win tho honors
InS an All-County lineman Melbourne travels to Edgewvtor' ; three years! In a row, then becoming ..
Canter was a problem forCoach : Titusvilld hortts Sanford; Cocoa eligible to retire the cov'

Gaincs Ho tried out six is d 'L4, aqt '' Brach 'Journeys to New Smyrna Mad: Canaveral Cup, also pre.. '
boys before Tlnally settling! with > Bench, and Cocoa goes to Col sorted by the three county newspapers -.

Kenny Burrcll, 8'1" 170 pound onlal of Orlando. .

senior, also a returning !letterman No Infra-county games will be Erevard! three colored High,'
Burrell last year letteredat played tonight/ however next Schools<< Gibson High of Titus,
an end position Week, Eau Gallic's Commodores, tlllc Monroe High: of Cocoa
Right guard will 1'Ie Don Toney, fated as having the finest back and Stone High of Melbourne all
190 pound senior, 88". Tonty'i Jtirbl la the county but needing open!' their 64 campaign tomorrow .
:Junior year In football was eut assistance from linemen meets! night Gibson meets Mon.
short when he Injured a knee t pv; > Je i 4 Cocoa High, the team that placed roe High!! in Cocoa Saturday and
against Cocoa In the second fame! third .in the county race last Stone Ilifch travels to Lake

of ;Hit teuton However, he returned year Melbourne High will play Wales Sept 25.

\ for spring (training last one of the smaller Drcvard pow. The county newspapers, also'
year, played for nearly one crs, Central Catholic on CCs prestnt a Bockct Trophy" to
1I1 nth, and another month for field Cocoa Beach Minutemen the County colored school which
fall training and Is pronounced 4 meet TitusvUle on Cocoa Field; wins the county championship

fully ready for action and Satellite Beach host their three consecutive years, Shine
At right tackle Bill McBrlde.Xitandout second straight" game of the season high retired the Rocket Trophy
while only a sopn/- / against Florida Air Acid. last year,
More!! MoE-lde Is 02'. and pmy
weighs/ 185 pounds He was movej' N er o ils s s t a pe Last year, the County Champ. Finish order of the three
: to fill a tackle vacancy left ;* lomMp originated and specifically schools was Stone, Gibson and

by graduation! of all.county promoted by the County Monroe. .
tulle Dean Lotz McBride lettered -21
.while. a sophomore at cm ; r H w ; "
t. ."A Cocoa Beach Has Problems, Open : :

Height end Is Tommy Edwards TERRIER OFFENSE Starting at the base of the "T" Is left end, Larry The two backs on the left are David Ward, halfback and quarterback Char. I

A-tcnlor, 1'2", 185, Edwards won Zimmerman, left tackle. Charlie Griffin, left guard Don Stansell left end lie Hupgins On the right b Sam Wortham, fullback and halfback Howard Season T Tonight At New SmyrnaNo
flHJ string center last yea on' Tommy Edwards; center Bill Woodward, and left tackle Bill McBride Bain -- S-A Photo.

the- All.County team, but .was. -
Coach In Brevard County
clJThgcd to end Edwards will .
has as many problems as Head
also serve is center on punting "" ..j> Coach Ed Feeley at Cocoa
situations .
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m WAei j },"
s fe Beach
Playing fullback Is Sam Wor. 4 Y+ 0.f M y iif
He has no home football field, ,
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team. the only junior starter inTMusvllle's P.
\ experienced, back his football team Is green, only
r t f i, ''I MA M rr part of his playing equipment has
fCId Wortham anchored a Une-\ ::.
barker pOIIltlon.II.. a soiihomure ; 'at* f ak M b ''tyai arrived injuries are numerous ,
and' and none of his backfield, boys I
He's 5 weighs (ism I
have ever played vanity foot
right halfback will be How w \
a3; Bain 155 pound senior, 1'9"', ball.
Bjtn! was used primarily on defwue ? That only i sample but added 5f
and a deep safety man on together, they mean a rough f
pTJIIts and kickoffs. Bain is fait, road ahead

affsesslve and has good speed.xvft k di The Minutemen open their lea.
wf' .
halfback II veteran David 4't t t a : VII/ I son tonight at New Smyrna

Wed d, the Tcrrlirs' speedster, Beach, the first game on a ten rI
Web led tho county In scoring \ I : i tilt schedule that Includes all of
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last season with 55 points Ward r'7 the county schools, and Daytona

S'lT' also took first string half rr. 'm t Seabreeze, always a tough team
bwpk! on the All,County squad v; 1 w : ,, for any school Cocoa Beach,

Wed is Tltusvllla main broken playing as a Class A school has Ed F..I.,
field threat Titusvillc Satellite Beach !Melbourne -
and Cocoa, all !In the AA by Richard Bordcn a 100 pound
:Running quarterback for a bracket senior
third straight is another
year But. our boys are showing Feeley backfield is possibly
veteran, Charlie Ilugglni The rlr
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lots of desire to play football the smallest in
w Brrvard but,
I largest quarterback In the county, '
Ilugglns Is 6' tall and weighs IBS they re working hard and even. what is lacking in weight ,Is
if we dont have a perfect ci
pounds. The second fastest man partially filled with speed Dave
son this year, we can look forward
on"the: Terrier squad Huggins err / to the next couple of years Callie 130 rounder: Carl Lewis 1
cJ1Iiso\ be expected to run on
being much better 1(3; Dave Tlncher and a IS-year
occasion, as well as throw .
Tonight against New Smyrna, okl standout Greg Nic-hoU Nlch
pa&scs Last year. he was elected Fcelcy has a big problem of oli Is scheduled to start for the
to run the all county squad, from p : depth Minutemen tonight He"s a1 and
quarterback. ; 0
,. Last week George Schroeder weighs 100
"X a Junior starling tackle weighing: "We might win only one lI.mei
Defense M 205 pounds suffered a broken but we know one thing," Fecley"'
; arm uurinn I fumble drill and said, "0111' boys are going to hit
will probably mita the remainder once they get on the field"
TJtusville's defensive unit will ..
of the season
remain the same with some alter
alluni :44" This cuts us down to only
three tackles" coach said Sopho SEMINOLES
flaying' defensive left end will : :
more John Longacher 175 pound
beJJol) Grissom 170 pound. snlor
C'I\II. Grlssom lettered last Junior will probably start In his (Continued From Page 5))

year and might also play on offense place L>'ons. senior 153; and Eddie

: Despite being low on materialand Griffith, senior 155,
light tackle will be Tommy *"* j experience Feeley said he However Sanford backfield

Erfwarda; Middle! guard Char &: ;tVf? J Is very proud of his team. is nearly as large as their line

luT Griffin; left tackle Bill !Me a!* } Handling the end slots are Betides Sparkman playing fullback .
Bride! and left end( Larry Zlm ,. Dave Amman 63'. 195 senior awl .weighing. 215
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mum In. and \ern Thortsen a IT. 100 the Tribe's
TERRIER DEFENSIVE SQUAD Starting again at the base of the "T", Tommy Edwards and Bill McBride. Backs from left are Gary Hart and pound Junior. Both boys have Mesxer. alternate! I.I Sonny
a Junior tipping the
fio doubt, anchoring the touch!! is middle guard Charlie Griffin, left guard Mike Stebiek; Monster Man, Charlie Muggins/ On right is David' Ward and Howard Bam. S-A Photo good speed, and are considered scales at 195. Left halfback Buddy .
cSC.fenslve l position on the Grlssom Left End Larry Zimmerman Tackle
End Bob ;
squad Is Bill Hardm 135 pound, Bill Hardm; Right good pass receivers Burton a senior, weighs IN
ST senior, llardin will handle Playing guard positions will be pounds and Is Just as explosiveas
",,",nll.r" duties, which Is a serve as depth In the backtleld Ken Peeples, 150 pound Junior Sparkmaa Will: this duo.
rag( linebacker, He and Bob Torrence 165 pound Sanford drive through: the mId.
s described Hart is a Junior, 1'9". 150 pound.
br.Coach Gaines as being a real er. playing us a backup man for junior. Center might be occupied
I'bArdnosed" athlete llardin quarterback Huggins PJH Teams Boast; DepthParkway's Expected to run the Seminok'asquad

pls'ed an alternate monster pns Lasl Night'sGrid is Ronnie Hmson, 1(2
l Itum last year behind Donnie Also on the squad and exported pound senior Hinsoa Is a good

Oregon. who graduated Mike to see action are Stephen Walley, passer, especially In the flats.
sQdck, Is expected to see some Seventh and Eighth Coach John Hall laid the
renter, H5 pound< Junior: Wayne Pirates quarterback, Hal CUhaugh, full renter Doug McMaster( end; Scores Sanford
action both ways for the TcrrUrs Grade football teams should have will have Iota of speed and back, .Jerry Parker halfback, Jim Smith Mark exceptionally
Stebiek is a senior 69'1ST Current guard, 155 pound soplio- 4 guard; Hawk fine season under head CMck
pound ,uard. more; Bruce McWhorter tackle no difficulties in obtaining depth weight in the line. The Eighth Mike Coffey. halfback; Tom quarterback: Carl Bandy, tackle .r THI ASSOCIATED PRESS Jim Pigott and assistants Jim

200 junior: Lawrence Nrlman, this :year Between the two graders have possibly the fastest I tstaten t halfback; Rickey .Johnson ; Byron Koury, guard; Dun- Coral Gables 13 Miami Columbus McCoy and Dirk Williams last

:the remainder of the defensive halfback, 150 Junior; Herb Smith, grades, nearly 150 boys have re backfield In the county > guard: ran McBride. tackle: Ton Httl. 0Hialeah year climaxing the schedule
sqi ad will be Charlie Huggins, ported for football practice us 14. Miami Norland I wsfo. an Impressive 9-1 record.
Sear Wortham Howard Bats and halfback 140 senior: Glenn In the Seventh grade coachedby Reporting for practice and receiving thin Eterhart. tackle: Ken guard; Jerry Champwn"guard";! Miami II, Miami\ Southwest. 0 Their only loss was a 13-T: dect

plaid Ward Huggins and Wor Long fullback IDS junior; Dave Ellis Wiley. Crawford Drake uniforms for the Eighth tf I t Bmgnam" guaro; Ken Smith end; Terry La miry. end: Dennis Palm Beech 21, Lake Worth Ion to Winter Park The Tribe

thus are linebackers and Ward Howett, 175, senior: Bill hogan, and Dan Colby. it's too early to are .Jim Hart quarterback. Tony< Meldrum, t.-kle. Tom Green, halfback; 0.... Hewitt South Dade 34. Miami Beach 1 beat DrLand Oak Ridge. L,.

aQ Bale are safety men. Barry guard 170, junior, Jody Kahn determine the material Practice\ David Poll fullback, Ronnie % Smirk, renter; Charlie Mists, guard Barry Steven. halfback, Duals Attucka M Fort Pierce man Bishop Moort &m.e.

Cuge. and Gary Hart will also tackle, its, sophomore, Vito Gir started last week and only about HuM ina. haKbark. Forest Ban- guard; Bob Piaiger, tackle; Larry Carl Johnson, guard; Butch Lincoln Park 13 Edgewater E ans, Colonial sod
Pro !in the backfield Gouge, a Orlando Bonne 15, Orhmda Oak Tkuwtlte. and .
senior transfer student from Ov rvsao tackle. 220 senior: Gorgt 23 have been issued uniforms luster, halfback Marvin Nich Webster. tackle Mike Me4 King. |uar<. K.* RaUiff guard Ridge T placed one man
osi the little aH
lea? if f"9". weighs ICO, and .will. Elchcrt, halfback 150, Junior. However, in the Eighth, head eta, fullback, Billy McClure. : Desist. guard; JM.U ChiWrt, and Randy Robahaw. teaser. Emits tl, Tavoros 0 CU, a 220 pound tackle.hgs team.. )lib

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Salelllfe Beach Scorpions

Says Boys Are Green But Willing. I hly

Figured As Brevard Darkhorses

Gibson Blue Devils Face A Figured-
>r County foot hall enmpolltlnn. him, Tony Dowling FuRcnf:
\ the ScorpliHM of 8teHM4 Wygal' Dennis Graham, n\crnR0
Beach will return I first unit this hnut t75 pounds

season IlfflflAt t tdeatieal to the '61
version of the Scorpions. Hi* haekfteld I I. also small, bi#

Rugged Season Cocoa Sat. Only two alteration make the derisively fast. Running at flanker / ,

quad different and both are lathe spot In the winfl-t are TorttEinon

line' and Hobby Drake! lion

Head. Coach Dan Thwealt, who with Jim devrntier Ray Yerg. |
Gibson High School's new bead fullback weighing 170 junior,
Friday, S.Umr II, 1U4 Tllvavlll (Florida) Star Advocate Pail 7 move into Ids I third year at
foothill coach believes tilt Blue cunslder
heal roach .f the Scorpions has fa expected to Improve

Devils may come around sooner only one problem with the group ally over last year, along wits
than tome! people think, Mike Dunn, quarterback and
w<.ht, as bin heaviest wan
Mac Clayton, a graduate of wetfh I'M pounds. ml Putter Ken Hutchlnmm and",I 1
Florida A & M, and t coach in I iQ i- +std.Ra+ son, +J? John Harbour run the other half G

Cleveland Ohio, for nix years, Dn Thwt ffU "llg<< atll\ff'r" is Steve back alulaCoach >
who succeed* Conch Napoleon Puent. center The remainder III
Johnson said this week "the boys Thweatt la lookJnfi! ahciij

are young, inexperienced ..nllwe're with his experienced team, hot
Introducing new offensive Practice After Loss Ing to \better his 1 IW3\ record cd

and defensive tactics! and to 3 '-1. and have a shot at I thJi)

have | winning season this year, I M ", ..,' Tht' Orlando Broncos of the to Clultnnooii,. ljuarterhac County ninmplimihip I last yrgt t,

ii hard to predict However, don't Southtrn, rl'oft"'ilunt1| : Pinball Cubby Jaikton who saw lots of ,
the Scniplnn Dent Eau GallK;
underestimate them, there'll a tragic( returned' to the practice aitlun, fur the! Broncos Saturdaywill '
by a narrow margin!: of 1$4Bt;
possibility the squad make w field this week after piotmhlj receive the
may e} liming! Rtarlmgaiwiienment Evans
Id 12; New Smvrna 14"I
The transition before It'. too late. T docision (tu Daytunn Reach .
k of (0 I, and tlrtl\ Fort Mjcr i> 8. How-
The Blue Devils winding up Satirihy night/ Tho /iwmc wa OiUndu. suffoiel' no serous Injurici ever thctut j,, in Flurtila 1 Atj;
last year' Beaton with an un- t do played in a i.'rivinr! ) rain storm fniiii tho Daytuna I ll'! 'lfh\ .
(lIllem1"i C Mi Hi en SI: t'1!(
pleating 2-8 record, ore not expecting mil ni hC. rorna, 20 t Tltu" \ die 10 i
miracles from the 04( ;; moon.:; and hail rluhs had the Ilmnc'Ui Is Septemlier tfl
Rlilcc 1 ll'tl: : and Ilu hop' Mnorfl
squad eatN to play c inlrol 'fuithall, against: t H Itiaf : In the Tang/ .: 'r 400
Only I tour starting athletes The Uroiiru travel! Saturday In. Bowl I I.
-- -- - --
from the offensive team return .J
p "
ed this year, making the situ 5. ,
aUon even tougher for I the new 0 :

coaching staff of Clayton Hubert 'w : f'n ,
Crouch and veteran coach Curley r
y R r rJ
Edmondaon t
One of several bright sparks fiM

returning from last year's squad

Is Reginald Brown A junior s d.vo a ee,

standing S'll", Brown weighs 165 .area .

pounds and assumed first string Gibson High School Blu. Dvvlls

quarterback duties midway

through his sophomore year At

that time, he was used primar

fly attack in spearheading A rollout passer Gibson's going air Bulldogs Seek County Title Again I l I

both directions Brown will undoubtedly -

I take adavantage .of If someone wants to get down- At halfback positions, Koontt tenor line is raptaln Larry I

Glbson'a wing.T formation throw right (ethnical, Melbourne High f't may have difficulty filling the McClave, ITT pound senior, along 4

, the long bomb pass and use half School has won 10 county football I? shims of Artie timer last year with Ray ttatt. 1U pound 'Junior :

back shots into the flats. championships! In the past 12 selected on the All Brevard first Mac Steen, 190 pound junior, and

"The boys are allowing tots of years team offensive and defensive aernle,) Lilord. SIS pound sophu-

I potential, once they become accustomed A little more specific, Head units, Available for both halfback More. At guard, will .to Kea

to the wing form Coach Bob Koonlz Is the man responsible alots are Dwight Reeves, 130 Broadway another senior. weighIng

allen I think we'll be hard to for more than half of pound senior, Terry Marlnshaw, 170, George Darby, 200

beat," Clayton said the 10 championships; Includingthe 137 pounder along with veteran pound sophomore Center Is Dale

'Speed in the backfield is past four years In succession.Ills Jim Gllllam 132 pound senor Knapp, 163 pound senior with THE TIME !

good. We have two backs from record for eight years of and speedy Garry Hancock alternates Darby and Paul Man- IS
Melbourne is 51 wins o .
coaching at
last year'a squad Curtis Davis, Melbourne's backfield ll small, key.Operating
24 losses and 4 ties No doubt the the Bulldogs+ from
left halfback junior MS pounder but proepoetu have the ability to
Is a good broken field runner, best overall record of any coachin become exceptionally fine broken quarterback position will beeither TO GET...
Brvvard. Jerry Nolnml, IRS pound
and Charles Miller, 175 pound field runners good pass receivers
senior or Jeff Vaughn, 162 pound
junior will anchor flanker hack But, Melbourne's chances of and a threat to score from
rated the top half miler In
duties Miller is a hard drivingrunner position on the filed! or
repeat performance In 1964 are any traik Hcilh Vaughn end Nolund SAVINGSAT
and a good receiver. SPECIAL
Remainder of Gibson's first above average even if the Bull Bob Konts On the line, the Bulldogs have played quarterback Jill year for
dogs' bite was reduced when 16 David Hales, Ito pound, senior atone KoonU.Melbourne's.
string offensive unit Is": tight
and 10
lettermen graduated only end Steve Burgess
end, William Shivers. 180 pound experienced men returned field is Glen Holisman/ 197 pound ; from the .record for last OUR BIG ;
158 pound junior up !
junior; right tackle Johnny Bell, Melbourne la lacking two essentials fullback His backup men are Junior Varsity unit; and Vic year was a 48. .All four wins

165, sophomore; right guard, Al- of football-weight, and Rick Schmidt, 170 pound aopho came from Inlra county games
Knne 170 pound junior
don Knight 161 pound senior; experience However what the more and junior Godfrey Darby with TltuHVllIe Cocoa Satellite DOWN
center Mac Slroman. 160 pound team Is lucking In these two essentials 160 pounder The top dog on the Bulldogs In- Beach and Eau Gallic. SUMMER SELL

senior; left tackle William King they're I being compensated -

225 pound sophomore; left guard with even more Important

Charles tawe, junior 171; left factors/ spirit drive and cour Cocoa Colonial I ONBRAND ,
end, Scott 155 pound junior; fullback ws.

William Paughtry, senior, age.At
the end of spring training
172; left halfback, Curtis Davis; three months ago Coach KoonU Tiger of Cocoa High under Weeks. The only real veteran In Transfer student Terry Ueiseh. J NEW .

Hanker back, Charles Miller; and said: leadership of a new head coach the group la Steve Deadley, who a 200 pander from WinterPark
quarterback, Reginald Brown. I I. expected to take left
field! tonight
take to the gridiron
last played! center but was
"This Is one of the most spirited year ,
The Blue Devils open the sea tackle with Deadly lifter
In Orlando, against Colonial one
athletes I've moved recently to a tackle slot,
of ever
group ) '
f Saturday night against Men the team in Metro linemen are John I'lkhur.: .Inl'> '
of touiihcut
roe lligh In Cocoa, then return coached since coming to Melbourne Conference' The Tlgcr'a line, always big Roger Hlpt., Ken (wmiire anl 64 CHEVROLETS

home the following Saturdayto The boys Just don't know and rough In every respect is Jerry (1on".....*.
Stuart Training Schoolin when to quit. MONt of our weight Coach Tom Terry, coming to ., '
one of the largest in Brevsrd. KiMid| la do most of C their first borne appearance graduated top speedster ii gone, Aulmrndale, wherehe
Cocoa from land year, Coons displayed the Carrw
carrying are Billy
Clayton said, no doubt the hut still they Insist on playingonly had I 1:1: record last year county's heaviest line, bowl'nr.IP''I'.I ,
one brand of football and Andy Powers, Perry (Garnt John
the schedule I III
roundest team on has a completely different situation was al a minimum .
Stone With of Melbourne The that's the best kind." with tho Tiger (Playing tackle for the group will Newman Kicky Mxtlwll At fullback SEE THE MAN WITH THE Nil BUYS ,
"So, whoa oolbaU season depth I k present here with
Gophers last year, retired the the arch >le Ixiul (ticks John Hlleber.
Last Tigers, sn
starts in our year Gene. Melvin, lust, a mom
September group year
Rocket() Trophy by winning the rival of Titusvillc's, fminhedwith tiger lfij.fl, Phil Penley, Steve
writ be small in her of the THunvllle Terriers .
of athletes
county championship three yean every a 1.7.1 record edging Satellite lleai'loy' and Terry Lefmh.. All
but monster when it team, running alternate' fullback
In "Stone will have their respect the mark No.1YOUR
a row Bsach.y7 for the lone vie weigh near ZOO "
usual abundance of weight and comes to rilnplaying 1 a desire to sod. I defensive linebacker ,p.> flYl ra'MatPLAN
said win," KoonU said. tory, while dropping Ends' are Mill' undecided\ .* 'H.ton. gusrlirbj.king i II illllundetermined
speed, Clayton
albsen's l Boone: Edgewater, Ocala. aophnmores E Hunting Jim Up for the job ir<
: reserves are Ray.
mood Ganlt, senior, 140; James The Melbourne Bulldog, winner octal Mainland, M<'Iliourn The *only. Gainesville tie was with and Berry and Kay Fleetwool all bitIII' Bill MiKnlKhl awl. llonnl Kel- I -, CHEVROLET DEALER

135 Robert! of the Brevard County for duties,. In
Wdlls. freshman! ; deadlock I
Titusiilte. a 66
During, senior, 150; Hubert Championship for the past Cocoa's outlook for
James, senior 100; Kelly Well, years and the only school in Ue '
this Is wiser than the 63
Canaveral year Gibson Football ScheduleSeptember
sophomore, 142; Perk Bryant county to retire .mp.ip. Terry has I lot of rebuilding High
sophomore 235; Johnny George Cup kick off the 64 ca 1II1'.Ilonlibt \:* to do and at noon today WE HAVE A WIDE SELECTION TO CHOOSE.. FROMIN

sophomore, IK, Fuller Smith at Edgewater starting lineup 19Erptcmber Cocoa (Monroe) There'
no positive
sophomore 150; John Glover Using the familiar each passing of->lathe > was announrod for tonlxht'i! 26 Stuart Training SthoolStone Here STOCK. TOP TRADE DOLLAR COME IN NOW
fens! where nearly man
sophomore, 142; Lawrence with Colonial Cocoa re Octoix-r' 2October (M.I bourne) TinreHere
backfield losses the bal) jut
via, sophomore 149; George Gar- turned only ill letternvn to DURING OUR BIG SUMMER SELL DOWN FOR EX-
vine sophomore, 132; Robert Caldwell yardage during any single contest schedule ; 9 Drew (Winter Garden)
the 64
freshman, 140; 1-emaiie and the fullback off tackle face October 17 Euclid (DeLflml) Here CEPTIONAL SAVINGS!
Melbourne School On the returning list are Buddy
Houston ..Iior. US; Irvin Wale plays, High apeeialisland October 22 ChUholm (f-ew; Smyrna) There
the with M Kurpa l kicking "
greets new lamas
sophomore! 142; Robert Hardy, abundant: of sophomores Mid JulflwMk; Billy Carw, defensive October 31 Phyllis WhatlyOkeecbobc' Ht'rtNllvl'mbtr'1
Levi Crayson.
sophomore. 139; hones of harvesting an overripe halfback; John lit Ilk", Boy School: Tin-re
.senior Itt: ; Albert West, ,
147 Arthur Cannon, junior. 137; Junior Varsity lIQu,.. aXcostve rtrii; Randy Addison November 14 Open O'lf'nR@SF CHEVROLET-CHEVEILE-CHEVY II
end l. sad guard Brian
James Willis, freshman 133, and Returning in ...chowlll' back- 4efrMlv
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Aaron McNeil*sophomore 1euN5' 133.Mbum II CORVAIR and CHEVROLET TRUCKS!

Sept II Edgewster: : Away $179 JUST
Oct. 2 Boon Home I

Oct t Ft Fierce Away ARRIVED I
Oct. !. TUusville Away I BOX II

Oct. 23 Cocos Beach Home I

Oct 30 Satellite Beach Away GUS FAULK

Nor I Cocoa Horn TRUSSES I

No*, U Daytona Mai, + Away .

Nor M Eau CaBie Away
SEARS AI6eIW laa.... IM... 4w McMw M611rI

.......i.. leach. JJ Lir|.tt Reef Trace Prefakrlcatlif' SraUsa.
Sept II Seabreeze Horn I % Chevrolet

Sept B Fla. Air heal. Horn I PANNING LUMBER CO.

Oct. 2 Cocoa Beach Home' ,,R 407 Washington Are

Ort U eve, H.w. PHONE 271U '
Tihi vlHtFlj. 1118:00Coach
Oct. :31 Melbourne Hone 1026 South Hopkins Open Ertnlngs :

No I St. AagaaWe Away

Rae 20 Titusvill Away I



",. .,. I TltulYtII (!PI.rlda) It.I.AdvM... PrW.y, INhmhnr 11, He I

I Has Much In The Backfield )
Eau Gallic Speed

I i] C'I 'If u.'et ,[ w t6 Shp 1f &c&td 'DUlL) SloW! lE3

>r :.- who proved their abilities last ,. "r u'F;'. .
Eau Gallic's Commodore en- : 1 ; n.4 '1' l4s
/ .
1"1' their second year of football ::1.i' year. w
this year only to find their probkms 1 Clive Galloway, first string .:
are bout equal to those : .. halfback, who clicks off the 100 :, ,,
experienced In 1963. J yard dash in 103, also holds the ,>/ : '

Last year, Eau Gallic, reaped ,( f.;, State High Jump Championshipat 14 ,. : j
most of their players from Melbourne t' (. 6'6". Calloway was plagued 'f 1
when Harbor City con.Itructed w"" '. with Injuries most of last year ; "
the high school and however reports this year say he SALE PRICES GOOD THRU MONDAY ar

hired a new coarhlng daft to Is In top condition. kr -
train group of green boy I. This :;: ill, '. Running quarterback will be ,1' treTi 1
: "N' Rick Sorenson, another returning; .'
despite 'season prognoaticatlons ( ;
year pro
of possibly one of the ::1-11 .,'t\. lelterman. Sorenson S'9", 163 WIN A 1965 THUNDERBIRD! !

finest teams in the county, find ./1-, ..;' pounder is considerably fast but 'j ;' .' EiecfrfcWallClock

they have a new coaching staff, ( -. he leaves most of the running to ABSOLUTELY FREE!-NOTHING TO BUY ...../vl, ........, loortotcclrlt .,-
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This year's coaching staff' Isled "Sunday punch" for Eau Gillie.
Store. You need not be to win.
by Head Coach Ned Richardson Nod Richardson J. B. Cowart one of the finest In present 399VALUI
Enter at times at wish. Just ask
former, assistant at Satellite Ilrevard last year, should, withno many you
for free time visit o
Beach, replacing Jack Barker PS, Dennis Carver, John Holt, difficulty, take the first string .: t I your your Eckerd Drug coupon Store every you rt
position on the AH.Brevsrd football
Jim (Hicks, Calton Marshall, ,
Graduating losses seem to be Charlie Breeden, or Jim Ycager squad.) Cowart, was one of w- ECKERD DRUG STORES _
the Commodores number one Starting ends are expected to bo Eau Gallic's top performers In _(, f .
E1965! Ford Thunderbird
problem. On the forward wall Dreeden, and Davis Mathls. the '64 campaign. : : !

Bill Bradford, 210 pound senior Starting center will probably be Flanker back running/ front .4 NAME . . . . .
and Pat Kenny, another 200 Rudy Hannah or Joe Hornclicl./ the wing formation will bo
pound senior, are the only returnIng But, where Eau Gallle shines either Clark Nail or Rick Gilles- | ADDRESS .. . . .. .. .E.Ejl

linemen, who saw action last Is In the backfield pie Both boys played some ball I CITY . . . . .. .

year. Other line positions will Returning is the second fastest for the Commodores last year. I STATE . . PH. . . .
probably be filled by Lloyd Cheer 100.yard dash man In the county, Backup men here are Boone, wiNN. .. wlkl at_IILICTI) ace..ci, I .
ney, David Eartman, Spike Bow- plus two hard running athletes David Moody and Bob Sprinkle.

Titusville High's Grid Schedule iI WAilL ELECTRIC COLACOOLERFimout _
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Parents Of I
September 18 Sanford Home I i PET CLIPPER *.>.wrmrNsee/eW1. -*lrtnho ta'.lh).r.Iraq lieht I I[;]
: .reeruN rvof and
September 23 Cocoa Beach AwayHome INk .rwf.

Grid Victim October 2 Cocoa ., ; l OUTFIT $569Valuo
October 9 Lyman Away 399
October 16 Melbourne Home 1'onioiii Cl:o.Ptt smell animal cltpptrt d.-
[Live Here October 23 Colonial Home I lla.ftoo' t. Imp your p.t woll-froomoo). Com.I 99
Bloto outfit Ineliidot olnrrli cllppor. aluntl.
October 30November Eau Gallic Away [ nun orractimont, iamb, #2 Nyloo Comb, AH.PositionIRONING
Robert Parnell, ion of Mr. 13 SeabreezeDcLand Home I tents of ell OM) Inttriictloii folder Can.or .
and Mrs Llml.sey "Red" November 20 Away a / at Si 3.00. 0 a

Parncll. Oukwooq Trailer November 23 Satellite Home
Park, Tilusville died Wednesday ;; : .

night from Injuries) "Mr. Baskelball" To Slam Here POLAROIDCOLOR
received August 2V while /f$6$9 .
working out with the University ,
of Tampa football "Mr. Basketball," Bub Cousy Cousy Is scheduled to play at .
team. will be In Tltusville next week to Royal Oak Tuesday morning, Nu.NYI.IIIIMI Y1VM ..

Parnell, a former stir play a round of golf at Royal with Resident professional, John non NI one, 4Shry ,"
quarterback for Brandon Pak Golf an'l 1 Country Club while Redman dl '
.. 1i
High: School near Tampa, taking/ part In the grand opening He will be present Monday to 101 Tho ..III.....new. ...te.Aulom.* too ma.lLadracfles..
was i Junior at the University celebration of the new offices greet: the public at the new Car oolor, oieturoi' luit MMo.ndl i
.,... .
of Tampa llo collapsedon and warehouses of the Carroll oil warehouse, located at 25ft a whle .-\\clu,.. 'In .e leN.we. kr
the field after making I Distributing Co., In Cocoa. Olive Street on Highway U. S. EAU GALLIE FLASH One of Brevard County's best .

tackle on Aug. 29. 1, In Cocoa. all-around athletes la shown above in full football gear I I M1.nNaNlre' .AWeN m.kn Mrfoot out1 744 ,
An operation was performed City Rec. Will Cousy, who waa named All. Richard Clive Calloway.. 175 pound Eau Gallie halfback, i 1 I floor-inooori.._u.tho...ul..t.oolor. ..r hulUr loch onO on white r..o 8 8 Neory J1Nbbr
to remove a blood dot\ American during his! senior year the State High( Jump champion In track, and also an All. I iho .lifht ond ott OK otur* canal tho 9 slpa
Hold Gun Class of 1951 at Holy Cross, Is now I I tluH: of lloihkutol loidi 'In Ml r pret.rfurs i
from Lie lraln but ho failed! County halfback last yea .has returned to the Commo- cond.c.mr.n ln..rle. 0liCE ,
to rally. Tltusvllle Recreation Department coach at Boston College, living dore squad this! year and i&expected to boost Eau Galhe's

His father Is an employee Is planning to sponsor a Worchcster, M.... running game.:( A senior. Calloway will probably play
of Automatic Sprinkler Company "file arms safety count'" beginning left halfback for the Comrftodores. CREAM Swiff Geld Cmr .. for
Tltu.vlllo) Junior Varsity Aiorto4 Flavor I .IIPI.2 25'
on Cape Kennedy.Young : Sept./ 28
(limit" 2)
parnell attended The course conducted by members Sept 23 Seabreese Away Coco B ach Sanford Seminoles 1 r
(irl. S Melbourne Home I
Crvcard Junior College be-
of the Canaveral Rifle and
torn traiibfcrring to Tampa PIslol Club, will be In three sep Oct! 15 Eau Gallie Away Sept.) 18 N. S. Death Away Sept IS Tltusvlllo Away CAPSULES Package of 10-Reg.

U arate sessions, Including two Oct 22 Satellite Home Sept. 25 Titiuvlllc Away Sept.. 25 Colonial Home SI.49 (Limit 1)). 7o( \'
Nov. 8 Cocoa Away Oit. 2 Satellite Beach Hume "'
lectures and one session at the Oil 2 Evans Away
Nov 12 Cocoa Beach Hume 111
range Oct. 10 Melbourne CC Home Oct 9 Bdgewater Home

Cocoa Tlgor Fee for entering the course Is Parkway Junior High Oct. 16 Cocoa AwayMellmiirna oct. 18 Boon Homo I 1ALOFHEN PILLS Bottle(Limit: 1)of). 103-Reg. S4c 34'

Sppt 18 Colonial Away $!JO, however, free pamphlets, Ninth Grade Oct. 23 Away Oct 23 Winter Park Away
brochures, ammunition, and Oct. 31 Florida Air --
/guns Home ad. 30 Bishop Moore Away I
25 Eau Gallic
Sept.. Awayo.t targets will be furnished by the Oct. 3 Southwest ((7.30: p.m.) Nov. 0 tau: Oalliu Home Nov. 0 Lyman Away BRYLCREEM comb Slz Tub. with Fr.e 49cFamous
2 Tltusville Away Gun Club.P.tch1. Hume Reg. 79c (Limit 1))
Nov. 13 Citrus HumeScabrecre Nuv. 13 Oak Ridge Home !
Oct. 9 Fort Myers Home Oct. 17 Edgewood (7.30( : p.m.) .
Nov. 20 DcLsnd Home
Nov. 25
till cards will he
Eiv-Off Ovon Cloonorwith
Oct. 16Oft. Cocoa Beach Home Away OVEN
awarded to successfully I EASY.OFF applicator, 1 Ib. Rog. tIc 59C
persons ,
23 Edgewater Home completing the course. 0t.Away 31 DeLiuri. ((7:30: p m ) -- --- ----- = ; CLEANER (Limit 1))

Oct. 30 Vcro Reach > Away Nov 7 Clearlake ((2. .in.)
Interested In taking p
Persons 6 POWER Household E
Nov 6 Melbourne Away Away NOW AJAX Big Of. 13c
the course should register with CLEANSER cleanser 17c.Limit
Nov 13 Satellite Home tho Recreation Department before Nov. 12 Cocoa Beach ((7p,m.) .

Nov 25 Mainland Away September 28. Home for tho most and Full. *.{t' 1*.In.| dl.m..r< "
Nov. 20- Eau Gallie ((7:30pm,) complete practical GARDEN HOSE vinyl< with standard brois IiMingeLOOK- 2 66
.Home fully guaranteed $4 ts yu|
Eau G.III.) Commodore Gladys Smallwood; To Seventh fc Ilihth Grades protection for .

Sept 18 Open Instruct In BowlingGladys Oct 3 Cocoa Beach ((10 a.m.) DISH DAM Heavy duty vinyl l plo.tle-larg. 10-4llt. 39c
Away capacity-Compart at ife (Limit 2)).
( Smallwood of Jacksonville
Sept. 25 Cocoa Homo .
Oit. 10 Edgewuod ((7 .)
Oct. 2 Mainland Away WirtC Florida Iteprescnlallve Coluro Kan Kill 1 Pint Btl.
will instruct a bowling flume ANT-ROACH KILLER with Sprsyor Rog.' St, 29c\
Oct. I Saldlilo Beach\ Away Oct. 24 DcLaura ((7 p in ) (Limit 2))
clinic at Shore Lanes, on Merritt
Oil. 10 P. K. Yunge .. Home I Hime I its FOREMOST
Inland Saturday at 10 a in. COMPREHENSIVE
Oct 30 Central ((7 p m )
Oct. 23- Kin Air Academy Away
to Bob Miner, Home ROLLER AND Full 7-ln. point rollor wltlr.riy
OU. Tltusville Home PAINT mUml. point troy $1.11 66" "
/ a.uu. Ik.s SET
County Bowling Association President Nov 7 Clearlake (10( TRAY Vol.0.,
Nu8 Cocoa Beach Away the rldshcs will be fur persons Away
Nov 11:: Tampa Jeiii.it Home wanting to teuilt youngsters: Nov, U Southwest ((10 am) COUPON

Nov 20 Melbourne Home _how_ __to_ n bowl._ _ ._ _Away ___ __ ..__ ______ ---.I TACKLE DEPT.

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BOB HUDSON'S Advocate: Counfy Commission Candidates Teenagers To

Tk* Vole *f 25.000 North BreTard County Realdmta To Address Toast T masfers Club Help Campaign

Section B TITUSVILLI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER II, 1964 Page 1-B "How did my speech go?" is will offer the same opportunityto Mure than 300 teenagers and
WRAPPER always a question political can the political candidates for adults are expected to turn out
dldntrs ask themselves but county speech improvement while they this Saturday at 11 am it the

Museum commission candidate Mel expound then politua! philosophy Central Bievsid National Batik,
.,' Cape Spate DesignedTo Fetner and Ed Kittle will face Cocoa, to witness the first pub'

Does Titusville have I mayor, Some poople attending Tues an especially criticMl audience hr showing in Brevard Countyof
or not day's school board Wedmwday.Th the motion picture "The
meeting Fultons Are Building
For all practical purposes, yea.But thought Cor' moment a coupleof Arouse Interest In Youth"The two will speak before the PioinlHe That Grew".
to be technical about it, people in the audience might TiNttmastt Club at the Chintlcl 8-Unit Apartment The film, narrated by DannrThnmai

no. "get Into it". "T Inn at 7 pin and the Mr. and Mrs II. I) Fulton of and, Dubby Rydell, 11
Seems as though In the changeover One man from Melbourne interest which we arouse James G. Larche of the Florida li.nliu' .. TtNmlmasters will evaluate theirspeaking HKIJ( Main M are building an I. (the' story uf IV st Jude Research .

it city hall on Tuesday, Beach, protesting transfer of students in today's youth is the seed Development Commission on technique afterwards. unit apartment on Drown Ate' Ilimfiital, In Memphis,
With and with
this in
there was a slip up the new from one school to another, which will grow into their questfor June 20, 1962, "The Air Force Fvtncr and Kitties are the between Main and, Tropic Ms. Tennessee! and how it grew from I II
council didn't actually vote on continued to emphasize the fact knowledge tomorrow." theloi.it ion of the new Spare 7th and (nth of 12 political condHlatus Construction Is in churn/ of pi'online Into a reality.
their selection of Bill Walker as that the students, if they were With ?this idea in mind, the Missile Test Center, and the en- Utnveisity in central Florida, who hale liven invited to Rite tvaim; local contractor, The meeting will also be the :

mayor. transferred, would be "going to Air Force began to develop tire Cape Canaveral area Has tin new Air Korea Space Monenm speak| to the Titusville Toutit- with Wm Faust of Daytona first of a irrlei of planning se.-
Appears is though the youthful school with a lot of trailer child ground work for a Space Museum become the largest touiist attraction will be Important rontri' masters in the next! few months lli-ni'h as an Illicit. The ktriKtiuv; lima which will culminate In I

Titusville attorney was nominated ren", indicating that "trailer at Cape Kennedy during in Florida, and with button to the npie d of know Tho Cluh, dedicated lo impiovintf Is expected\ '' to be completed' by first county wide ALSAC driveIn
and the nomination was sec the early part of 1861. With the in do' Noluih./ llicvtiid County.
children" were not as socially subsequent developments Edge and interest. in spine" members' IIpt-aklrtll
onded. This was followed by a acceptable as others approval of Brig. Gen. Harry J. missile launching,, it will no velopnienti and of the Air Fore ability !through a pioKiam of Mr and Mrs Fulton 1",1,I ALSAC (Aiding Luekemia I
motion that the nominations bo suit
This didn't "sit" very well Sands Jr., then Vice Commander doubt become even more at- mission in spacer, pwh\ (mining and evaluation, retuiueil' rneiilly from a sixweeks' Sliukvn American, Children) lathe
closed and I second. A vote was
of the Air Force Eastern --- - -- -- only drive I conducted
with another man in the audit
slay with relatives In
taken on the latter motion and
Test Range (formerly the Air throughout the to
who listened for year help lup-
nee, patiently
voted \Vilkrs Barre and other points III
was on unanimously.But .
a time, until he could stand It Force Missile Test Center), pad n IViiimylvanla pot' HID St Judea Research.
with some congratulations no longer. Then he tapped the 5 was selected as the museum's liufcpilid And the teenage drive
being paused around the l'ounclldidn't .
first man on the shoulder and location. 'la the only dour to-dour canvas
ever actually vote on their said, "Look here, I'm tired of Plans were then forwarded Dos Graduates comlm trd by t h. group The
selection as mayor. you talking about trader peo through Lt. Gen. Lelghton I, From Electronics teenage mm in will be held in
And It appears as though theywon't --Llit ,
be able to actually cast ple. I live in one and we're justas Davis, now Commander National Rrvvaid County all day Sunday I
Technician School
good as you are." Range Division and the for September" 27th.
their vote until the next regular
mer AFMTC Commander, to I Kelly AM,
city director
meeting of the council fur
t'II'I'lron- I
William J. Uo Jr.
Have you heard about the lady higher headquarters for ap' the llrevard County ALSAC
The /
subject came up duringWednesday'
Its tcihnlilan seaman, mm
who ? At the proval and funding.Pad .
pinched pennies Drive expects the ALSAC state
special meetingbut I Willlum, J.
end of six months, she had 482 5 was selected for its of Mr. and Mrs. dimtnr. Joe llutrin. Joe Conner '
a vote couldn't be taken, I Indian
Ibis of Still Key Largo Ui
flat historic value the original ?
pennies. as Ilrevaid County
since teenage
it was a special meeting.
River City, vrudiiutedSept
launching pad for the& first astronauts match rlmlimaii and
Oh, fur the life of a politician! 4r 4 'hum F.lintronits Ti'ihnl Henry
from the United States.This Lriniiiniirr, treasurer of the
A police officer patrolling the was the Mercury.Redstone dun Sihool at! the Naval Tiain- drive
The story ot a sad-faced fellow beach at a Florida resort, saw site which saw Alan B. Shepard till Center Cleat Lakes, III locating lonimlllee to attend the
touched the merchant's heart so a pretty young girl sunning! herself _
much that he filled a large sack clad in the briefest of suits. and Virgil Grlssom penetrate During the 38 week silimilh To date' members of the I
with groceries and said, "These "What would your mother the fringes of space in li-mmute studied the maintenance' sod l Ilamhow Girls, TrlhiY. B'nal

are on me-hope they help." lay," he demanded, "if she sub'orbital flights. repair of mast naval vlntronic llrilh. tiny Scouts, Girl Stout I

Misty.eyed, the fellow started caught you in that skimpy bik- With the end of Mercury Red' equipment and the Civil Air Patrol have

out, then turned back. "Need Iii?" stone, American manned space Great Lakes, the Navy's I Ijrg' Inilimlml their di>alre to partict-
something else?" asked the for pule In the teenage I
program moved to pad march
"She'd say plenty the girl eat traiiilntf renter, Is the hued
merchant. admitted, "n'. her bathing luit." the orbital phase utilizing tho quarters of Ihn! Ninth Naval Dt*' "We urgently appeal to all
Came the reply", "How about Air Force Atlas missile II boost trim! It train recruits and lathe teritNgrri arid reproientalivelof
my green stamps? er for the flights of John Glenn, site uf many It-clinkul lialn- oiiiiinlMlion to. fend their
Many Household M. Scott Carpenter, Walter M. log mails, aii|>|ioit to this moil worthy
They tell this writer that there Sehirra and Gordon Cooper. cause V' Alde> laid 'All tho..
. will be a little excitement In TI. With the development of tho who wish In volunteer are aslrrd

tusville tonight. Workers Lose Air Foi ce's Titan II as I more Tides .. to cull 783 28DH.\ I
Now just because this is the powerful booster for the Gemini -- .
. I first night of the football season program, future launches will High U a -
shouldn't have much to do with SS Credits originate from pad 19 and will THE: DORIS LAMP SHOP
it eventually move to the Merritt Saturday, StpUmber Itfl Lamp Stylutt/

)But) then Titusville is a pretty "Many household workers In Island launch area for the moon :41 a m, 12 40 sits, IMPORTS
fair- town and Draa Mild
launches. 7:12,: pin. IUd p.m.
Prcvard County lone valuable
should be well packed by the CUSTOM 1.1
time the Terriers kick off their social I security credits" said Although no longer active, Sunday, BtpUmbtr 20 Over 500 t*
10G4 home season Mull D. Ladle District Manager!: pad 5 is of considerable interest cheese leans
for Social Security in Daytona 4 7.20 a m. 1 1.211) a n1 \.
been following
Those fans who have to the American public and especially All Slieal
the Terriers for some Beach "Household workers have to young people as the 7 1 :31 L p in. 1:31: pm. All [
been under
time, might well remember the social security since pioneer gateway to space. To Mcnday, a.pl.mber 11
Sanford 1950, but many employers still, _____
opener in 19u2!: -when develop this interest and to
came here and their fans nearly don't understand about the taxes clearly !show the eaily stages of 8.07 a m. t US: 1m. THE DOIII3 LlMP SHOP
outnumberd the focal( ones that mubt be paid," he added( space: development the Air 8:28 p.m.. 211 p m,. rt mi.iMi*. rnar|l... gpiawae oausuaLa.... t.
._. ,, When questioned about how to
Sanford brought one motorcade Force Eastern Test Ksnge is
of 132 cars, and a later one of report the wages made by these building a display covering I
workers, Eadie listed these
than 50 vehicles,
more stages of the art from the German II
So, you better get out to the rulest : V'1 through Titan I.
field early tonight to get a seat Any household worker who Major exhibits one pad 9 in, I
We (eel suro you'll see a good makes $50 or more In a calendar eluding the Mercury-Bedstone

game-Sanford has won the last quarter should be reported launch complex, complete witha Color
three season openers with the 2, One.half of the tax should l betaken Redstone missile in a launch

Terriers-and this year the local out of the worker's wages attitude, the Atlas, Agena, TItan BIG DODGES FOR 1965-Mere is Dodge's line-up of 1 Z finch whlba cart 'for 1985.
team Is determined to throw a This amount is matched by the I, Thor Nike-Ajax antimissile At lop is the larger, all-new Dodge Polnra., Pictured is the Iwo-door hardtop, one of sU

knot in this string. employer Navaho, Quail, Talus, luxurious models in the PoUra lm.. In the center photo is the elegant new Custom 680 this onegreen.
3. The report should be made! Falcon, German V-I, und a four-door sedan, featuring six aide windows. Below is the Monaco, Dod..'. new prettife
What about this desk sign Do at the end of ends quarter A number of other missiles sports model for '65. Dodge dealers will display the new cars on September 2ft.
it now. Tomorrow there may bea simple form, available from the
law against it Internal Revenue or Social I JH-C Thee V-l is widely known as
--- --- -- -- -- -- --- --- -- -- -
unity offices, can be used. the "flying bomb" launched by
When 'ou're playing golf, nolhlog The Importance of these re Hitler against London during .t I,

counts like your opponent, ports was made clear when Kaille : World War II The Quail is a
I explained! that a worker's drone aircraft used to confuse
social security protection du enemy radar while the Falcon

Your Kids in pods on them Unless the and Talos are weapons systemsin
waxes/ are reported, the employee current use and the Navaho is
gets no credit for' the an early Navy missile. eAb
Grade School? work. In many cases, this meansno
payments can "lie made to The Air Force Space Museum Need Cash? [J a a
the worker or his family In cane is headed by Maj. Robert C.
of disall'ity! ': retirement or White, one of the original or
death." ganizattonal groups fur the

The Daytona (Reach manager must-urn Major White Is assisted Call the bank IL "
by Arthur B. HUks. h
alxo mentioned the wisdom of ._.... Iit's
making the reports and! paying SSgt. Robeit T. Dwyer and AIC
the taxes on time. "When bark Clyde C. Vergeson
tarn are paid a penalty ant Underway at this time are .r
Bi1 Interest are added to the amount plans to renovate the buildingsand That likes to
," he explained.Mr grounds of pad 5 to pro
Eadie said the people in vide suitable display areas for
ni tin- Daytona Reach welch sec exhibits, better roads and parkIng I
unity office will be (aid to help areas and facility to Must. I
any housewife! to start making tourist in underiitajviinc true I Idc.velflpment Lend money.
the quarterly reports The next which lead i i
apart< Is due not later than Oct trim into spare
for chitdrsa'seduutdos
your obtr :11. 18.4. According to a statement 'by
with I
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this .uestion: n ---- Th.t'a .IM! We take to af "YW to 1 everyone 1 1who

\Vill there be enough, ;V I mwshl .MMMJT for a wa'tirwh l.eV ,..".. *. We',. 1 like money in the bank!

money for college ; k INSURANCE? known for q f itfc, eourtawn*,jMmi jspslliil.. ....iiitial. **rvtar. -
Get out your ntyont, for the 1965 S1MCA I.I a
Few of ua can nave D..1 .h..sjitatolocom. (lnaMw a df* one of
bank heU.
tying en It
"R' GOT TOO MUCH On Time Sayings rum on economy gi,
enough to are our our l helpful oIt.. .s. WeAl like| t* aay "V." to and! not much of It, either, Most folk get 83 mile!

through their higher +, COT TOO LITTLE you ten! Deposit tr gallon'' and many it a lot more, Dig ret"m'

education. Tha t'* NEED ADVICE? 3I P.14 0, All' Orixr bilk? 111.,',. A thing of the past, Chrysler

why iI'', marl to nee ferMge o.s..ohl l / nwut warranty pay both parts and labor on

your Security Insurance tug\ OTHER SERVICES vital engine amt drive train part for 5 yean or

Counselor to ,, r Sit US NOW 60.000/> nib. .. Buy a 1965 S1MCA and tare It'.
make sure of their toJr1OI'I'OWL I Regular.d %..l ChccMag A.*MMs* BemUng by MU Trust Account nay t.( do.

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1-1 r'hlly/ll.' / (FIde) gler. Advwate prlday, $.,,", ", 11, 1964 Church Of God Marks Tuesday at 7'30 p.m. and pray Wednesday. 8:30: p.m. Officersand meeting

er meeting and Bible' study will Teachers meeting; Beginnerand Thursday, 1:30: p.m.. visitation

First Anniversary I b> TbuNday' ni ht. Primary Sunbeams, Junior- pl'Oj(g asi

The Church ol God, located on Factor Jeaeph N. Daniel extends and Intermediate OA s and RA a

Church News Of The WeekFor Hopkins Ave., will bold Ua amnivenary a cordial Invitation to all meet at the church; T:30 p.m., ADDING MACHINE Star BOLLS Advecate, oily:
service Sunday HJV 25c eaclj' at the I
lag been organized in TituivUte Central Baptist IRC business meeting and Purer Offlco

Titusville and North Brevard County only one year, the young church Services for Central Baptist
hat made several definite steps I.
Church of Indian, River City ire
of Land has been
Deadline Tor Church New on Ti.e Pages $ P M, Wednesday chased progress ind'' a building kaa beets pin- amMiMci a* follows as' Roy TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCHAn

erected P). V MoAHteUr, pastor: ( American Lutheran Church)

I., Sunday: Sunday School, 8:45:
Sunday School will begin at '.m.; Horning worship, 11; 840 MAGNOLIA AVENUE

EpiscopalThe 1 First Baptist Church T''I HED1TATIOH Trinity Lutheran \ 10, worship at 11 and aa old Youth Cboii t"h,ars l; 8:00.: .pm.Trajning .; INDIAN RIVER CITY

fashioned'dinner on the (round'at Union, I;30{ Evens
schedule for St Gabriels First Baptist Church offers ... =: tW Worship service at Trinity noon The guest speaker for worship, 7:30: ; Adult Choir re SUNDAY SCHOOL .9:09: LIDo

Episcopal Church, a* announced three worship services each Sunday Lutheran Church begins at 10:15 the afternoon service at 9:00 will bearaal', 845.; CHURCH SERVICES . . . 10115..an.
In' Father! Ferguson, ia as follows The early service begins at on Sunday morning The be Rev. Robert Johnson of Cocoa -
T < YWmeet,
: p m, '
: S:30 o'clock with special music church located<< on Magnolia Ave Sunday night evangelistic Ins fUt Tiylov Circle meet W* Extend Cordial Welcome To You
"On Saturday, Sept 19, there and Pastor W, S. South Titusville ia ;
a message by in air con.- service will be at 7:00.: with BTBJAN, Paste
&uby Clay, 90$ Cleveland
will be a meeting oC the Acoly Hardm tea !at 10:00: am Sunday School begins at 8:45: '2a children is conducted during the .
On Sunday, Morning Prayer a.m. with graded nurseries, worship service.Sunday --- -

!wilt be said at 7:15: i.m.j; Holy classes and departments for all School is held at 9:Oq,

Communion will be celebrated at agea Cradle Roll for Infants and for children of alt ages/ and then

7:30: a.m.; Sunday School for the Extension for Invalids, shut-Ins t! !t-!! is a class I for adults. Duran
fourth grade and up wilt meet at and people who must work on Sunday School, children undci +"
9:00 a.m.; Family Eucharist will Sunday. three can remain In I nursery s

tjtt. celebrated at 10:00: a.m.; the Regular morning worship at Bead Psalm 60 1-12 provided at that time.

Sunday; School third grid and 11:00: a.m. Special music and a So teach ui to number our On Sunday afternoon the Lu< 1

Jiclow: will meet at 10:00: a.m. message by the Pastor on "The days, that we may apply our ther League will meet (t th,j I

tinder. the dirtctioa of James Bible Message On Money". hearts unto wisdom. (Psalm church and leave at 2:00: for .I'Splash fiillil .

Jaunais, Jf. Training Unions begin at 11:15: 9012): ) Party" to be held at th* Qom. '
S On Moa. TUM., Wed. Thurs.,
p.m. for alt age groups. Our gradfather clock, a faithful Canfield home )in Indian
kept. 21, 22, 23, 24 Father FergJISOR .
Evening worship at 7:30: p.m. friend and companion from City. The party will be RiY'1 l
) will be out ol town OB I and
with special music a mel'
earliest days, stood In out living 000: I
Clergy Conference sage by the Pastor on "Soul room. As a child, t would stand The first year Confirmation ;
: Oq Friday Sept 23. at 1:45: ."
Thirst! before the clock: I la wondei and Class meets Tuesday 8:00.1:00: : ;
m. Choir rehearsal. Wed.
1 Mid Week Prayer Service
The Primary Junior Luther'an
awe as the great pendulum) age
nesday at 7:30: p.,m. Choir will at 8 30
Jehovah's Witnesses steadily swung back and forth practice : ,
counting out time with its un. The Junior age Choir will pray; Ill

5 The following program to be First PresbyterianRev falling ticktock ticktack, tick' tlce at 7:00: Sun. the Adult Chute

Bold at the Kingdom Halt, 1422 lock rehearsal will be held at 1:30:

Norwood Ave., I I. announced by Charles W Bates, pastor, Many children of today on Tuesday.
IX Shawver local will continue his brief caries of persons
t presiding are living In terms of only The second year Confirmation c
minister sermons based upon the Apo.tle'lCreed will be held Wednesday (00: C. 1C
"the here and now They exploit l I C3' ,
at 830
i Sunday, at 3:00: p.m., a Public Sunday morning : every area of wordly pleasureand 700: ? G
and 11 o'clock at First Presbyterian
$:ible Lecture will be given by a
da p
earthly possessions Lte '
Church There Is a church
Ktpresentative of the Watch of them the ultimate V III '
mending m Christian Science"We I
fiiwer Society, J. ODonnell, hour nursery for children to ageaix G
satisfactions little
They give or
at 11 a m only
those subject Is, "Everlasting worship spirtually, only
no thought to Christ promised
with classesfor
Good News for All Fo). Sunday School, '
: People. hereafterIt as we cease to worship mater' I II III ,
all, convenes at 11:45.: Junior
wing the lecture at 4:11: p.m. ially" will be one of the themes I Ih
lie weekly Bible Study will be Hi and Senior HI Youth Groupa behooves each of us to stop ut Christian Science churches

inducted, front 1. Coy. 13.I meet In the church at 7 p.m. the eternal voice of God calling this Sunday. The quotation Is h I

'Love Never fails" to us moment after moment, day taken from Science and Health

Every: Tuesday, at I.00 p.m. First Methodist after day He challenges us to with Key to the Scriptures' by

nuttier Bible Study Is held on, give meaning to every passing Mury Baker Eddy (p. 140)).
(Babylon the Great Hat Fallen Morning worship will be heldat moment. Through prayer, we The Bible Lesson ia on 'Mat III I I I I 4 CX .
ode Kingdom Rules. 9:45: and 11:00: a.m. at First gain Insights for the living of tel'" and includes this I verse a

Thursday at 7:30: p.m. the Methodist Church on Sunday our days and power tOo face life from John (( 4)): 'God is a .

Theocratic Ministry School Is with Rev. E. W. Norman bring and live It in the beauty of Spirit: and they that worship I ti liii .,

held, followed at I:30 p.m. by Ing the sermon entitled:, "Some God peace and In the light oC him must worship him in spirit

the weekly Service Meeting Exclamation Points To Stand eternity. and in truth" '
On." The 11:00: am service I'il I / AI
Prayer: Glory' be to Thee, our IIII
First Church of Christ, Scie'
Assembly Of God IB broadcast over radio ..tatlonWRMP'
Father, who, by the comingof list, Titusville, holds Sunday
Thy Sun Into human life, bask services at U a.m. and Wednesday I ,x T. '
Services for First Assembly of "
Church School, under the sup I rr"" *"*
given our lives meaning and Ili "i !
God, 112 West Main St., are announced ervlsion of Sid Carraway, will testimony meetings at 8 ,

as follows by Pastor begin promptly at 9:49 a,m. for grime value. of Help eternity us to this live day as and'11- pm at 109 Baldwin Shopping .r I'cor(' ,,f$5% ., "I+,'
Center Sunday School for children
W J. CoxSunday
all ages and at 11:00:: tin. for all days. Through Jesus
School 8:45 our up to the age of 20
: Sunday : Infants through S cool
1 ,.11\.: Morning worship, 10:45: ; Youth recreation years wilt begin Christ our Lord, who !taught us vanes at 11 a.m. in the Chambec;
to pray, "Our Father who aft in of Commerce rs"1
Evening worship f:30 p.m. building
at 4:00 Sunday with choir,
: p.m. \ heaven . Amen"Thought
All ire .
Christ Ambusadori, meet at orchestra and snack and welcome .
7;30 p.m. Tuesday and Bible meetings Evening worship supper will will the for the Day: In God TREASURE
eternal pendulum in
Study la conducted by the pas be held at 7:30: p.m. time is C&M Alliance I
tor on Thursday night at 7::30. peace
The 1100: o'clock choir will Thomas T Faichney (Canada) Park Braden will open the

Church Of God, Mims hold rehearsal in the Sancutaryoil Sunday School of the Christian
Services for the Church of Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Boy Baptist, Mims and Missionary Alliance church that
are your treasures Where are they hidden? Which do you love most. --
Cod, Mims, are announced as Scouts will meet at Blunton Services l f-r First at 9:45: a.m. with lively hymns
follows by Rev. Kyle II Bryan, Park at 6:30: p.m.. Wednesday Church, Mlim, Rev Joe Baptist. E. and leading program Franz God or gold? Are you more interested in the work of His church or in the it \ "-

pastor: The 943: otilotk choir will hold Routwright! pastor, me announ Ashbaugh will teach the Adult production of your mine? Do you get more pleasure from helping people or from r
Sunday: Sunday>> School, 10I.m. rehearsal in the Sanctuary on led as follows: Bible Class using the topic: "The:
wealth What the metal What the hidden lure of
hoarding ia yellow is
.; Morning worship,. Htm.; Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. The Bible Confercno now In People Demand A King" power fouInTht Church..
Evangelistic services, 7:30: p.m. progress continues through Sun Rev Henry Roe will be the riches that makes a man rise to the bait and be caught on the hook of destruction? The Church InYou
The Sara Class will
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., Youth Murray day, guest speaker for both the Z/on'f this of hr* Moue M far!
Service a play "The Church In meet Thursday. Sept 24, at the and morning let deadly paralysis; seize you. Twenty the world's richest men ckuttllThrelkeld's 4 W na+1rM Ix.rf MM

the Wildwood" home of Alverda Howell, 1128 Worship services are held I at evening services The met in Chicago. All of them died poor men and most of their careers came to r.+. rh"nwrr
-- Indian River Ave, at B.00 p.m. 11 sm. and 7:30: p.in. on Sunday Christian Cadets and the Senior n.aunnt srsnw
-- The Junior and Youth choirs AVF groups will meet at 630: a tragic end. The real treasures are Heavenly treasures. Lay up a chest full w"cMr+sr.e

rehearse from 5 In I:45 p.m. pm where rust and thieves cannot break through to them
Churches of ChristThe Sunday; Boglan and Primary Wednesday 730: pro. Prayer

Attend choirs rehearse meeting and Bible study with This Church Feature is and
Church of Christ meets at on Monday, Beginners sponsored supported by:
from 10 to 10:30 Huber Smith In charge{ .
the corner of St. Johns and Hopkins : am
Services Avenue The schedule of and Primary from 3:45: to 4:30: The Missionary Ladies Prayer

services is as follows! : pmThe Fellowship will meet at 7:30: Standard Service Luke Cain

Sunday: Bible study, 9.50 a.m.; Adult choir hearses on P.m. Thursday Downtown Titusville, AM 7-9927 State Farm Insurance Companies

This Morning worship, 10:50: '.m., Wednesday from S:30 to 9:30: Everyone la invited to worship 214 Palm, TitusvilleBoyd's
evening service, 6.00 p.m. p.m. Rev. in Roy this Forward friendly church by Indian River Machine Shop

Midweek Bible study Is on pastor Gulf Service
Bellwood Baptist Indian River City, Florida
Weekat Wednesday al 7:00: p.m,
Downtown Titusville
Bible- classes are provided! for Brllwood Baptist Church serv First Christian.IRC
Mims Citrus Growers AssociationMims
kit age groups both Sunday lies are announced follow
as by Services
I morning and Wtdncaday night the pastor, Bra. Herbert Walters: Church of Indian First Christian Florida Brevard Lumber Company
Maurice W Jink ion Jr, I la the River City
YourOwn Sunday School, 9:45 ..m.; are held In the Civic
,P I minister Morning worship, 11:oo, follows: Center as Mr. and Mrs. P W Roberts, Jr W. E. Kennedy

This chapel Is a mission I of Bible School, 0 a.m.: Worship Mims, Florida Badcock Furnitu !, Titusville
Placeof St. Teresa's Catholic Central Baptist Church of In service, 10 a.m. with Bruce

Hours of worship>> at St. Toresa -dinn River---City.- ----- -- --_Spiller bringing-(---the--messages--. Bryan-Conway & Winstead, Inc. C. W. Danenburg

'a Catholic Church are announced Downtown Titusville Danenburg Realty

Worship as follows by Rev WELCOME: TO THE 0.. 1514 S Washington, Titusville

Father John 13 Ollare<< pastor: rCOD
Sunday Masses: 7.00, 130: First Baptist Titusville Master Cleaners
10:00: and 11:30: a m,
S. Hopkins at Titusville City Limits
Weekly Masses: Monday """
\\fclcome through Friday, I W a m. Saturday Church Ray Nelson Insurance Agency

9 09 a.m.Confessions Big Apple Plaza Fransen's Drive In Restaurantand
Saturdays 4.00.
1 "tweetu Employees, South Washington
5.00 and 7:001.00 p.m. Of Mlms t+.ytt: a ..- Burger King Titusville
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'' North U. S,1, Titusville
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH f:4S: A. M. Edwards Realty

MORNING WOIIISHIP t i Duff ElectricTitusvilleMr Joe and Mary Edwards
"Iq Toe Heart Of Th. Conununlli" 11:00: A. M. ; + r Baldwin
+ and Mrs II Guy Duff Shopping Center
Mala fc Hepklna TltuaTlll, FloridaW. 5:30: P, M. E e s* .sr \

S. Hardln. Pastor TRAINING UNION: p, M. : y r"sMC"1n Canaveral Rambler Brevard Mutual Ins Agency, Inc.

Phone AM 7-1343 Downtown TitusvilleThe
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Sunday Worship . . . . ':30 h lliOO Art WED SlaVICI NIGHT PRAYER 7:30: P. M. J see+.w er a s a'i Rinker Materials Corp. Employees of

Sunday School . . . . . . . 945 AJ4. I /cubed i West Orange, Ph AM 75900Duffy's Suburban Propane
Training Union . . . . . . IllS AM. "th. End Of Your : tl W s

Sunday Evening Worship . . . . '7.30 P.M. Search For A Friendly l -I i : J JChurch" 4
Mid.Week Service: Wednesday . . . 7i30PM.Oldest : : I bC First Federal Savings & Loan Association
.1 I : Mims, Florida Downtown Titusville
Baptist Church In Area Established In : 9

1839 Affiliated with Southern Convention Air Cenditlened Per I t ul'llrroeYwr l4aRev. ,
Baptist 'It
j Town Motel
Cmforll) ,I : I Baird's Mobile Home
Conditioned Mother of Three Churches We ..L ....- Downtown Titusvflle
Rtc. 1 Box 391 Cocoa, nond.'ap .
Cordially Invite You to Attend Our Service Jea.pk. I. .Itwrltht only 5 Mlnuhs Fran I

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Dr. Huebschman First Baptist Church Enjoys Oulsfandina Year


First Baptist Chinch In Titus Miss i AnitA Garrison. 35S Gray netl Ave from Myers Park

Church News Of The Week To RepresentBEC vine has receded two hundrednew Ave from Brulncton. Baptist Baptist Church of Charlotte

tft'for members this chudch vear Church StanleN\ (' Clinton N (' : Mrs. W. C Odon and

The following recently united Davis 14 Lemome Ave from daughters, Kattiy and Debbie

At Seminar with the church: Baptist Church of Edenton, N( : 140R) Elder St (KM last Baptist

Mr and Mr*. Glenn L Hver. Church C.MtaMl. N. C. ; Mr

Titusville and North Brevard County Dr Eugene Ituehschman has Mr. and Mrs. Jerrv F Russell Miss Glemla Lee H>'er and,! and Mr<. Edward K Forbes sod

Deadline For Church New been appointed Administrator to Its Granni from Fleet Baptist Chart Hyr MM Kiss hart claiightero !.in cia and Sharon
oa There _
page 5 p M. Wednesday Represent Brevard Cnfi* rinjt Church Slurkvttk. MIM ; M*. teem Funs Baptist (Chuw. Mititlon 27JO Sherwood Dr from Memor

,U& planning for the Fifth Seminar sad Mrs David R Moore. 4U N. C.; Mr. and MM J. 0 Iii) Drive Baptist (Chun of Hmis-

Series in Space Technology tel Lauren lane from the Baptist Allen tw Terrao Ga.sVn lassos ton Texas Mr. and Mrs G, E.

I IRC Methodist LutheranAt Nazarene 32nd Lutheran Hour be held (hit Ml it Patrick'Ix. Church of ttattfcuvf. S, C.; Mr. Champiam Valley l Southern SuHlns! and daughter Barbara

Force Base Theatre snit Mrs Frank E. Waiwn, and! Baptist Church, PlaUvfeurffh' Nave UV) Heritage Ave from
t The Sunday service for the 8:00: and 10:30 i.m. each The First Church of the Naz- Season Opens Sun. sons Frank Jr. and G* g, 141* N Y. ; First Baptist Church. Orlando
.jndun River City Methodist Initiated in iwa M a Joint pre'ject
Sunday divine worship services
Overlook Circle from Fleet
scene, JOZ7 Park Avenue, announces Florida.
seasonof Mr and Mrs Leonard S. Can
will The J3nd broadcasting J of the of Eeetreeland l
Church be held at 11:00: m.jn are held at Good Shepherd Institute!
Church Beech,
(the following services of Baptist Da\tuna
the The Lutheran Hour world' Electronic theseminar well and sons Leonard Jr. awl The following were' receivedinto
new church building Io- Lutheran Church! in Titusville weekTomorrow Engineers Florida!
the :
fated on Highway No 50 across The Rev Arnold F. Claus : wide radio mission of Good series had brought to<< Mini Victoria Glenn. 1 H3J Sun Wayne. :3132 Old) Dixie from the Flint Piptiit membershipby
Shepherd Lutheran Church of this_ speakers el lattonil! Baptist Church of f Geneva Flex baptism Stake Moore 410
from Indian River Heights, The pastor for the congregation, will night at 110: Rev area Ter from Northwest Mills Baptist
pastor, Rev. Robert Waddell, begin a series of five sermons and Mrs. Harold SUnfieM, will Titusville, Florida aDd Mtoclat aid InternitiaiMil repute In theDr Church. San Antonio Teams; Ida i
Will: bring I the message "A relating to the Lutheran Liturgy bring i missionary pro ed congregations, opens on Sunday settle Dr from Riverside Baptist. 2712 PmerWge Dr. : Mrs Jerry

Christian Paradox .... September 20, reports Rev ;:=- Church, Jacksonville. MoitiiaMr : Cannon. 143. Stuart Ave ; Alfred
Scripturewill On Sunday, September gr. Tilt Stanfields are missionaries Il--
The Alfred K Matltii,. 2ft15 E Matlhitvi. 2916 Morse Ave
Arnold F Claus, pastor :
be i
read from of Paul'sletters. ,
one 20, the message will be "OurWorship" on furtosigh.Sunday .. P
broadcast will be board over ..:.. > Morse Ave from Eastern V ll'v William busier. 3131 Ilallum Ave.
with the text School hour will begin -
WOTO and Wilt on Sunday, .. ",. Baptist Church, Bvavrwer AU. ant t P..inn'la Moore. 2740 Country
143 under the ..
122 at : leadership
1 "I "
was glad when "
All Boy Scout and Girl Scout Dr Oswald Hoffman will be ", Miss Susanne prince. U Gu Line t
of .
Hubert There EO
' : they slid unto me Let us Blsnkennhip n ..
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: of the church will receive gin his 10th year as Lutheran +
groups into the house of the Lord." aie classes for aU ages 4fheBitle i
recognition during the Hour ker. He recently re
Holy Communion will be celebrated The morning!! Worship Hour begins of the Forth UII our debts, all "I I
worship hour. This will include turned from a meeting
1027 Park Ave.
t during the 10:30: o'clock also have forgiven our debtor TltuwvilleSunday
at 11:00 with Rev ThomasE
'khe Cubs and the Brownies and : United Bible Societies In Brie
worship service Ream bringing the message fall *, (Mall 112)). School. 9:45: A.M. Worship Hour 11 A.M. 1
each group will be present in bergen, Holland, and this
niform with their leaders Infants and small children \iaman, The Impossible". will attend the Vatican Councilat When we forgive someonewho Youth Fellowship. 8 P.M. Evang Uitlc Hour.

will be cared for in the nursery The Junior Teen' and Young the invitation of the Roman i olTend has seemed to wrong or 7 P.M. Wed. mldwe.k service, 7 .'.M.
At the conclusion the u* we are the ones who
of the serv during second service by
a group will be received into Mrs Jeannette Werden. Adult Fellowships will meet at Catholic Secretariat for Ptomot gain Let us rejoice thnt this THOMAS REAM MINISTER

tee membership of the church 8:00.: The Evangelistic Hour is lag Christian Unity. forgiving |love of Christ nmken Scriptural Christ C.ntered Everyone Welcome
School Junior Bible
Sunday ,
Jn the season opening Lutheran It possible for u* to overcome Indnti < Toddlers
# profession of faith renewal at 7:00: with Rev Ream! speakIng c Nursery
bjr and Adult Bible classes, and thePastor's world personal inlmoHltles.
on, "An Imperative for Hour broadcast this
vows and transfer of
membership -- -
Class will convene at
Christian thing." renowned churchman will inaugurate I. ---
9:15: am. The opening devotional
a series of eight programs
I ,Youth of the Methodist Youth service is conducted by Roy The regular Missionary meetIng based on St Paul'l s

Fellowship will meet at the Leasure, Sunday School Super will be held Wednesday night ter to the Romans. The title Let'j 10 LEFT LAST WEEK
intendent. The Junior Bible at 7:00. Mrs Ernest McNab will
: the September 20th '
church at 1:30 p.m. to leave for
Class is taught by Bert Heln bring the lesion on Japan. is 'Godi Dynamite." Dr Hoffman I
the MYF Sub-district meeting Susan Huthschmsn.
and the Adult Class by Ray Choir rehearsal will follow this
The Official Board of the church will explain, "The word NOW ONLY 5 !

}fill meet Sunday at 5:30: p.m, Nething. Pastor Claus will service Paul used for 'power' when he field of Space Technology, and
Sunday Evening Fellowship lead the discussion of "The True spoke of the 'power of God for each succeeding year the In '
God" in the second of the series .
''or all ages will begin at 7:30m. Missionary ProgramAt salvilion' Is the same one from tcrrst' in the series has been
in the chapel with hymn of lessons on Christian Doc which we get our word 'dyna more enthusiastic Last year for IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR NEW DODGE. FIVE ARE ALL WE HAVE

aging There will be a discussion trines. Church Of The mite' today." several of the lectures, there was LEFT. CHECK WITH US FOR THE MOST FABULOUS JYS EVER ON DODGES' i
Sunday afternoon at 3:30: o' standing room only Dr Jerome AND
on the question of Nazarene Saturday Broadcast in 41 languages. ,
clock, the Walther League, the P Keuprr, President of Rrevird DARTS.FOR
"Social Drinking" led by Mr The Lutheran Hour Is heard by
young people's organization of Engineering College, working
Rev. and Mrs Harold Stan-
add Mr.. Zack Crumpton. A at least 30 million persons eaih
the church, will enjoy a picnicat with Mr. \Mlbcrt limes of IFEE
period of fellowship will follow field, missionaries in Bolivia week in more than 120 lands
tile Frank Wheeler residence, South America, furloughIn unit with the complete cooperation ARCO DODGE INC.
the discussion The nursery will are on /: Hcadquirteied in St. Louis it SALES SERVICE
309 Singleton Avenue. / of PAFIJ authorities
the United Slates holding
. be available for Infants and has 24 branch offices aroundthe ,
The Pastor's Class will meet This Dr has
Wall children services among Church of t the world. year Keuper "YOUR DODGE-SIMCA DEALER"
at t 7:30: o'clock on Tuesday evening turned Dr. Hucbsdimsnthe
Nazarene They will conduct a ). over to
The sole of the broadcast
Boy Scout Troop No 370 will in the Church office, duplicating missionary program: at the local t Is expressed purpose In its motto duties of administrator, and Hopkins and Harrison Strtots 267.4931 TltuavllleFoy

, sheet Monday at 7:00: p.m. In the the lesson studied on ._ .. all del alia concerning dale, .
., "Bringing Christ T. The Natlons -- -- - -- ---
r .
church.: The Girl Scout Troop Sunday morning ticket and speakers will be an. I .
It Is sponsored by
will meet Tuesday at ::00 p.m. Wednesday at 730; p.m. the I nounced by him at t later date
the Lutheran Laymen's League\ s
4t the church Good Shepherd Choir will rehearse < Dr llucbwhmtn, In Cliairman
the 142.000 member affiliate of

The Aclutt( Choir will have Us George under Doench the direct JOB of The Synod Lutheran producers Church of Televlaios's"This -Mn.tOurl of the a part Department time family of member I'hydcaand ( LOOK THE TAG! )

rehearsal Wednesday at 7 30p a
: The Junior Confirmation it the college, add. I Is the staff
.m., and the Explorer Scouts Is the Life
Class will meet on Thursday iftemoon Scientist it fan Anurlcan Air. 1
will meet at the lame time in at 3:30 o'clock. Thursday
: Pine Grove ways' .
the Sunday School wing of the BaptistThe
evening at 7:30, all congregational -

build mg.'Ml'mbera. committees will meet at Pine Grove Baptist Mis /
of the church will Roofs Return Home C 1o
the church. lion on Spring St. In nUmonr!
>participate in visitation evangel announces the following ser From S.C. Vacation; C1 fte + c

ism Wednesday and Thursday Lice for the week: Accident Mars
evenings at 7:00 p.m. *"" First Church Of God Sunday Sunday School, 10 Trip

The Woman's Society of The service of the First am with classes far all age\ Mr and Mrs. Frank Roof 011 I

Christian Service will sponsor a Church of God will begin with under the direction of Ernest t Titustill returned home lute ..45s0

rummage I ale I Friday at the Sunday School classes at 10.00 Woodcll, Superintendent; Morn Saturday\ following. i two wet'b'

Chamber of Commerce Build o'clock this Sunday morning ins worship it II i.m. with the visit with relative In Lexington, h..

ing. The tale will begin at 9:00: There will be classes for all message by the Pastor Roe SCOn:

a.m. and will conclude at 4:00: ages Johnson The evening service their return lu Florida. they' r/r 0

p.m. The morning worship service begin with Baptist Training met with an accident In which

Men of the church will meet will follow at 10:45 o'clock with Rev Harold Stanfield Course at 6:30 /and worship it their car was demolished They

Saturday at the church to con- the pastor, Rev Ronald Holder. church Saturday night: at 7'30. 730: encountered an ollallik pavement '
bringing the Tuesday evening at 7:10, choir near Like City, rsunlng LOOK
tinue the work projects on the morning message This Is their fourth furlough '
church building and the The mid week service will be since being assigned to Mcsr practice. their car to kid more than III

grounds\ the annual business meeting It seas In 1943 by the Department Wednesday evening 7:30, feet following which It struck a ATTHE

will be held in the home of Mr. of Foreign: Missions Church of prayer meeting lad Ride study pole. Mrs. Hoof sustained a severe I'e

and Mis E. L. Summers on the Nsurene on the 12th chapter is the Book cut on the hand nct'Ia".lIn'l| CAR! )
1st Christian ChurhServices i rays, and both were shaken up I e. *,
Highway 50 it 7.30 p.m. on of Roman
Rev Stanfield began his workin Rufus Sharpe and Chuck Roof -
for First Christian Wednesday, September 23. Thursday evenings at 7:30 the
San Jorge Nicaragua, and drove up to lake City to bringthem ':, r
Church_ ot Titusvihe are announced There will be a Youth Fellow- Ladie Auxiliary meets for home.ENVELOPES. ( 5
was later made field luporlatendent
as follows by Pastor ship meeting at 9:30 p m. on Bible study and fellowship '
In 19S9 he tranif red
Eddie Fine: Sunday in the horn of the was Friday night at 7(30( the Central Bui.neii lI zr. -
to Bolivia where be has served
pastor 3374 Elder St. Florida Mission Rally meets Also Kraft Envelope' with clasp
Sunday: Sunday School 9:00: is until his furlough .
rim The services are presently be' with the Forrest Ave. Baptist for iDaUln,. Full alack at Star I
Morning 10 with
; worship, this )'f'ar. ire rNrw.,
ing conducted in the old Church of Apopka. AdvocatePUBLICIZE .
pastor's sermon topic "Ungrateful Indian _______ VA J
River h -- -- ----- -
to God";; Christian Endeavor City Post Office building In missionary services,

ffir junior ind senior youth This la at the corner of Hopkinsand Stanfield will describe nev'J! .

groi'ps meets at 8:4.5: p.m. Coquina country and Id people and YOUR QDG wp,.,
Orsino the work of the Church of 4/re F ,
Player meeting services are Baptist Nazarene among (hem. i JJIeDQD ..

Held on Wednesday from 7:30U The pastor will deliver themen.g. SERVICES OR OW'Cote.flbtQLqRqa. .
8:15: p.m. Rev SUnNelrl Is a native of
during the 11 a m. cF
--J.-- worship -
Colorado and attended the Chris
at Orsino Baptist
tiara Training School In qRS
Church his P i
sermon subject be A
lag "The Kingdom tun Park California. where he THIS PAGE W ,
of (Heave DQ
KKIDS ? and the Kingdom of Gist Which graduated in 1932. Prior to his .

and When. appointment si a missionary be
i* ** i Bro. Louis Ooodner will served is psntor In two different ,,,,'n be ..U.*.4 with the rttpciM r ev ,.*.''."* t.'% .

"t during the 7 30 preach Churches of the Natsrene In the *.*pl* If N.Nhr.vsrd (..,IIt t, H>rv'"h (**.. S--4Mllt

hour p m. worship California church ,...*. A paid arf..r$,,........ the ill* *f tMi. inowmMiMnl, .. .

J I will cut yew only II N per issue Call U74JJ1 for r>.. *..v<.*. 7 LOOK Ve .
1 Sunday School meets it t.45i Rc'. and Mrs l Stanfield will f .
one If evr stlvtrllslnf m n. .
m. and Training:! Union it 6 30 live isi Orange California during II I ? a
1j p.m. their I ATTHE .
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hew M oHltnw. lea nt .\.(, V wife) by FSLJC. a permanent% agency of the U.'S.

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Paint! & f Current Dividend Satritios : & Harrison Streets -- Titusvillo, Fla. 267-4931

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;* hN/- TlNalll.1 (Ibrlda) 1t..Ad".ce". 'rld.", l.ptemHr 11, 1'64I County far exceeded that In the was opened by the girls singing"O resources and the Titan Patrol from 976 to 869 last Tuesday
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Jax Area. The old-timers in Jax, Zion Haste." Mrs. Delores will give a demonstration on how Late registrations are still beta*

I Indian River I City South Tifusville I Area NewsLittle they said, refused to believe a Surrency was pianist. The to tie the knots required for Tenderfoot taken.
hurricane would Invade their prayer calendar was read by The Coquina faculty consist

area, resulting In unprepared. Helen Riddle. Robert Webber, Chairman: of of 30 classioom teachers, a music -

I ness The business meeting was the Troop Committee announced: teacher, a librarian and a

Elects opened with a diatussion: of old 1. This troop has been assign Curriculum Coordinator.With .
League New Cltiitn business. Among tile subjects ed rope making for the Fall cam- the transfer of students

s. Mr. and Mrs Ruby Gunter of was the Associational Meeting poree in November; the portable clawroom has been

Indian River City Uttlo Lee.a r US Rosehill Avenue are the to be held at the First Baptist 2. All boys who belong to or removed from this school and is

Sue held its last meeting of the proud parents of a baby boy, Church In Cocoa on Saturday, attend the Methodist Church of now in UM at Parkway Junior

current season Wednesday evening born Sept. 13 at JPM Hospital, September 26th. Indian River City should wear High.
at the Civic Center with weighing 8 Ibs S one The Gun. The State Mission Offering uniform on Sunday as Scouts

Tom Walker, President in the ters have two other children, was brought up at this meeting. will be recognized; H. D. Workshop

: Chair Prebcnt also were Dr W Denise and Randy. The goal agreed upon for this 3. A Board of Review will be Last Tuesday a Home Demon-

C. Young, Vice,President; Mrs. group was $15. Money was collected held soon. stration Workshop was held at

: Nova Thurlow, Secretary and Vacation In Ohio for the Y.W.A. Pins The Glen Archer, Scoutmaster, the home of Mrs. Ethel Curry
After flying to Vermillion/ 244 Swift Avenue. Under the di-
Mrs Marguerite Morton Treasurer Mission called the
magazine, gave a report on the recent
r. t Ohio, to be a bridesmaid at her "Window", was stressed. Mat camping trip to Alexander rection of Mrs. Currey, the ladIes -
cousin's wedding, Miss Neeka Ar worked on Aluminum Trays,
: Walker, outgoing president, erials are being collected for Springs. Another camping trip
fold spent most of her summer Copper Tooling and Marble
thanked all the members and the Cuban and Puerto will be held shortly. Boys were
.supporters of the Little Leaguefor vacation there. Flying from Rican refugees. The installation reminded they must be present Jewelry.The .
the help and cooperation ho there to Birmingham, Ala, later, Oct next workshop for this
service will be held on on the meeting night prior to a
had received. Mrs. Morton readier the was proud to see her newly ober 18th at Central Baptist club is planned for Tuesday
camping trip in order to be eligible
arrived niece in that t city.
financial statement for the Eii' Church for new officers. to go. He also announcedan September 29th
Leaving Birmingham by ,
year's operation, showing that liii
Carolyn McAllister gave the
inspection of all members of
she home in time for
got just Returns Home
the Club ended! In the black with "
4 "Cleo". program from the "Window. the troop will be held within the
Mrs. Johanna Trumbull of S
I balance on hand of $111890 It
concerned racial discrimination next few weeks and the patrol
after all expenses had been paid. Washington Avenue has returned -
and prejudice. Sherry with the
highest will be
Htltn Masters Circle average
Dr, Young, Chairman of the LL OFFICERS Newly elected officersof Treasurer (re-elected for third term); Villa Helen Masters Circle of Blalock closed in prayer that awarded a prize.Coquinl home after an extended tripto
Nominating Committee then submitted the IRC Little League are, left to right'( Mills, Secretary and Bob Hoog, Minor I Central Church met in God would take from us the pre New York, Pennsylvania and
the names of a late of Ken Wcinhold, President; Tom Walker, League Commissioner. Not present when Baptist ,judice against our fellow men. New Jersey where she spent "
officers for the ensuing year as 'V Ice,president, Dorothy McCobkey, President picture was taken were CommissionersBud the home of Mrs. Ernest Hays, hose present were. licitn School News 3 months with relatives and fn

follows: of the Auxiliary; Marguerite Morton, Jones and Al Hart-Photo by B. I 1170 Thomas Street last Tues- Riddle, Donna Thomas, Sherry With transfer of children to ends. Despite hurricanes, Johanna .
Ken Wcinhold, President; Tom day.The Blalock. Carolyn McAllister, Riverview and Bayview schools, says it la good to be
Walker Vice.President Villa Introduction of the W. the Coquina enrollment settled back home
; Tom replied suitably/ ( and I there lie gave no notice of his ar Johnson, Lois Sain, Bobby Cent, MU helping the Church worship Becky Adams, Mrs. Bertha -- again.
Mills, Secretary; Marguerite being nj other bislncss, the rival and RO when ho arrived at Betty Hill and Member.at-Large, was given by Mrs. Fred Swaine, counselor, and Mrs. r r

Morton, Treasurer; meeting was adjourned. 4 Orange Court, It was a complete Dot Waddell. Fecks Mrs. Franklin Hill read Delores Surrency, Director.
Fred Gokee, Umpire In surprise to his parents I
the prayer Calendar and Mrs. Boy Scout Mews ,
Chief; Bob Hoog, Minor LeagueCommlasluner Homtmiktrs' Club ]Mrs Freeman says her blues Velva Cleveland Circle
P. H. Wallace led with
;, Bud Jones, Major The first meeting of the Indian! evaporated fast. The Velva Cleveland Circle bf prayer The regular weekly meetingof BALDWIN SHOPPING CENTER
for state missions and mission
Commissioner AI Boy Scout Troop 310 was heldat
League Commissioner ; River City Extension Homemak- Norman, the (IIt'st/ son of the the Methodist Church met last aries. Others taking part in the the Civic Center last Tuesday PHONE 267-3255
Hart, Senior League era' Club (formerly known as Freeman Tuesday with Mrs. Cain
Is 20 years of ago/! !, Shirley program were: Mrs. W. H. Bar evening The
and Mrs. Dorothy McCuskey the Home Demonstration Club) a graduate from T.II,S. of 12{ as hostess opening ceremonywas
ker, Mrs. E. R. Armstrong and
for President of the Little League In charge of Jerry Champion -
11'11be/ held next Tuesday, September
and is a Crew Chief on a Reconnaissance The Chulrman, Mrs. Elizabeth Mrs. Ernest Hays closed the Senior Patrol Leader.
Auxiliary. 22nd, at the Civic Centerat Bamber at a base In Holmes
conducted a business meeting with
prayer. Four new members, Robert
President Walker called for 945; am. Knjlanj. Norman has one yearto meeting after which the program Delicious refreshments were English, Don Shepard, John I

any further nominations from The program! to be presentedby go on his present enlistment was preaented by Mrs. Marjy served by the hostess to Mrs. Barker and Steve Maxwell were : e4ooLinig

the floor, but there being none, Mrs Dune Hoover and! Mrs and still Is undecided as to his Perry. The Program "Where Franklin Hill, Mrs. Ed Conrad, welcomed to the troop by the en
the above names were put to Uo: will be "A future. In the meantime he is
Mary Slaby, Penny does the Christian Woman best Mrs. W, H. Barker, Mrs. P. H Scoutmaster. A number of boys
vote of the meeting and all were Earned Is a Penny Saved" (Your enjoying life at home. volunteer her time?!", ofl'nl1c1with Wallace, Mrs. Fred Focks, Mrs. who had been away for the summer e; COUPON '
unanimously elected for the en Clothing Dollar). Hostesses will the Bible Reading! : from Romans E. R. Armstrong and Mrs. Ern are now back. .. .
cuing year, Walker then vacated bo Mrs Catherine IlcllpenBtell Ruby Hobson Circle 12:1 18.Memberl est Hays closed the meeting The consisted of :< WORTH PIIIIIDUCTto I
his chair, and! turnoJ:! it over to and Mrs. Muriel Graham. The The Ruby Ilobnon Circle of the attending! / were Eu with <
prayer. view of tome of the Tenderfoot
Ken Weinhold, the newly elected public Is cordially Invited. Methodist Church met last Tuesday nice Bridges!: Judy Burkett, Donna Delicious refreshments were requirements: Hiatory and Care
President at 10 00 a.m at the homeof Daniels Dot Davidson ;; rrSAVE ixtg
by the hostess to Mrs. of Flag, Jerry Champion; Whip' .
On behalf of the Board of Directors Ham From England Mrs. Charles Ilccklcmoscr, (Hook, Wannle Jackson, Mary Franklin Hill, Mrs. Ed. Conrad, ping ends of a rope Roy Mai- 'tL
Dr Young presented to Airman 2cl Norman Freeman, 225 Elliot Avenue. Mrs. K. Ah- Ann Prlngle, Elizabeth Holmes Mrs. W. H Baker _
Inscribed min presented the Program "A Mrs. P. H. bit; Description of how to wear : ;:::: :;:: :; :; ; : i: :: :
Walker a silver tray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Iloward and Marty Perry. Visitors were Wallace, Mrs. Fred Focks, Mrs. the Scout Uniform correctly, :: ; ____
as follows: "Tom Walker in sincere Freeman of Court New Age Opens New Doors". Carolyn Prowse, Elizabeth Harvey Esther
4 Orange ar Anderson, Mrs. E. R. David Webber; Description of : $
appreciation for his work rived home from an Air Base in Those present were: Mrs. J. and Pat Burkett. Armstrong and one visitor, Mrs. Scout Badges, Ed. Freeman. 12-Q

with the Indian River City Little England last Wednesday, Wheeler, Member.at-large, members J. W. Jones. Members of the troop, especi- cal wt. nil CWPM. in will I'I 00 IIPM "..** ....,, *..... Las... --4W
League in 19C4'. Mary Boggs, D Browning, Hurricane Ivacutet ......... ea/ pus,. fA by 6usea 1nM. hkud Cooot a rsoaodsiosm 0
The day Hurricane "Dora"struck ally the new members, asked
Z. Crumpton, W James, C. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shinpaugh of I 0
Y.W.A. News
this area, Wednesday, questions concerning the above 3 rtAcoos FINEaFITNISrH
September llth, was Mrs. Free.man' Hecklemoser, K Ahm'e' S. Douglas 844 Pritchard Avenue, had for The second meeting In Sept discussions. FOR a-
and two visitor l Mrs. Mott several days a couple of evacuees ember of the Y. W START WITH BRUNING!
a r I birthday, and with the A organization Next week, the Wolverine Pa'
and Mrs. Carlson from the Hurricane disasterat
winds howling around her, and at Central Baptist Church trol 11'11discuss/ care of natural
A chairman Jacksonville Beach Mr. and .
new Mrs. D. ---------- -
1 r her boy so far away In England, -- ---- --
Browning, and a new Secretary- Mrs. Joe Hall.

Treasurer, Mrs. S. Douglas, were Hill, a nephew of the Shinpaughs -
41 Piece. elected. Is stationed at Jackson
/ vllle In the U. S. Navy and they annou

I? 12991 Anita Alliion Circle resided at Jacksonville Beach, cing
'. The Anita Allison Circle of timeMethodht When ordered to evacuate tholr

Church met last Tues home, the couple were instructed,
OJ'SI' '1gl',1' I* day morning at the homo of to take one change of clothing 1

Mrs, Glenda Johnson, 280() Rote- expecting to return the following i

hill Avenue day, never suspecting that the '
The meeting was opened with brunt of "Dora" would smash YOUR NEW AUTHORIZED

a prayer by the Chairman, Mrs. Into their area. Mrs. Hill however .

Betty Baird, after which a short decided to take more thin

M business session was held. Several one change and began throwing.. ZENITHTV I I

oresNorman items of Importance were things In a "duffle bag", whith
called to the attention of the new saved the day for them becauseit

._ 10 PIECE SOFA BED members. Mrs. Dorothy Me- was almost a week before they
Croup VaJue-$169.85 Coskey was named Lender of were permitted to return to thqir\ -
Spiritual Life fur the Circle. home

The program was conducted by They were notified last Monday DEALER -L
Mrs. Baird entitled "A New Age afternoon that power bald

Opens New Doors". The meeting been restored and roads cleared ff/

was closed with a prayer. Delicious so they could return to their BEN LEWIS'
refreshment were served hume.

.' .Ii by the honle, An observation made by this
4 1 Those attending were: Betty couple the fact that
was preparedness S T. R. genuine HANDCRAFTED quality!
--- Piird, Barbara Swift, Glvndu made in Brcvard
-------- -- ---- -- --- l lrt

says she was "blue1 and sal

down to write to Norman In her -e- ;
also mood, her letter\ was "blue1/ AUTO INSURANCE? tifeaturing.

Within 48 hours Norman received CHECK THESE LOW AUTO LIABILITY RATES p''

his mother's litter in Eng FOR BREVARD COUNTY FLORIDA. COLOR : :

loud, anal:I on reading It, decided 10,000/20.000 Bodily Injury and
that as be had some leave com,
11 21 PC. DINETTE 5,000 Property Damage FOR

Group Value S4.9S I ling alter 2 years overseas, he BRIVARD The Is Included In ALL P
._- would apply\ for leave to come CLASS COUNTY

homo and help dicer up his mo- 1-A Color & Black & White T.V. Sales j
\that It (look him 2 hours to gel No male driver under 25, car not used for :

MATHER the required (leave of 30 days, he business, driven to work lens than IS miles I
caugiit a Jet Airplane, landed at one way and lets than 80 miles both waysper $31.00 RECEIVING AND INSPECTION.:
New York and:! came on home week, (Also applies i to Clergymen, if nomale
OF 524 NEW Canal SMYRNA St. arch log here within one week I operators under 23)) SHOP CHECKOUT AND ALIGNMENT ,, ,

Phone CA I.4131 from the dale of Don's visit 1-AX DELIVERY AND FINAL ADJUSTMENT.
having covered tome 4,IKH) miles, Same THE CLAYTON Model 5215
at 1-\ with annual mileage less than $28.00 Smart
S500. DEGAUSSING IN YOUR HOME. conttmporfry console ityllnf
In Veined, Walnut color or In |'lln.4
1-C 90 DAY FREE SERVICE. Maaoaanyceisr. ZENITH

No mala driver under 29, car not U8l'1for\ ,
FOR SALE business, driven to work more than 15 miles

one per week.way or mote than 80 mllos both ways $42.00 F FREE E STEREO COLOR TV i

ANGELO Male driver under 23 but married\ or not
an owner or principal operator. $79.00 NOTHING TO BUY JUST REGISTER $399''

ORANGE TREESBALLED Young fatheri owner or principal( l operator a''. .
under 2J, married has legal custody of child $59.00 '_ We Service TO
living in the household. No other male drivers : : What We Sell
IN BURLAP under 23. $$100 TRADE

Authorized TV
3 ,
Approximately 4 Ft. Tall No male driver under 25, but car la used I ON THE
I for businen (Also applies to cars owned bya $42.00 L
Delivered To Your Door corporation>I> I "LINDEN"MODEL

Saturday OnlyGuaranteed .' NO. 55SJ

30 Days -
Cash on Delivery $4.00 Each ; FINANCINGARRANGED
: .I1sr' MTli QUALITY COM In :


Call 267-2845-9 9104 4 Hon., Ihru Fri tNllt. Magnolia Flat Ownsr-Man.g.r. GOM On ." s....


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September II, 1 1NI Tlhisvtll. (Florida) Star. AoVocar* Pas. S- e

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Ann Landers will b* glad to

happened to good old-fashioned help' you with your problems. :1 I many charge accounts one monthly bill "
manners? Our 17-ear-old> :
Send them' to her in car of this ,
Ann LandersShift daughter, Glenna, has been going -
newspaper enclosing a stamped
I steady with a fine young self-addresaed' envelope. We are starting something new for North tying you as a member of our plan. This permitsyou
for six months Ron is 19.
man Brevard County to charge purchases at any store displaying a
The young man is eager to \<'TIC'II or INTKNTIOV' TO
The Burden MKI.IKTRN: riCTITKII .H NAMKIn "DNB Plan" membership emblem
introduce Glenna to his mother .0m..I1.. .,.. with Rowe nil
This is a plan which will enable you to say
who lives 360 mile from here. No. 1171. Chaplar Numkor WKII.awi .
of riorlda. Acta of "I. lhaundrnlfnrd it" in and This Is exclusive feature of bank
5w ar wllb "Charge many stores, get just one an our -
They plan to drive up togetherthe will .later lhaClwk
Dear Ann Lander: Will you he has met another gul he fit lha Circuit Court In Br-
bill bank all of one of the ideas bank like
please tell me how to deal with would like to This last weekend of next month. cord County, Florida, ttpo.calpt r monthly through our covering young a young ours
girl :
marry. Ron said Glenna would be welt I of proof of nuhllcallniithia accounts is lively enough to start You do not have to bea
who ... your
neighbor thinks soil
a nothingof is not in a family way but she the followlnc' flinltlou.nama
come to stay in the family home lo-wll: Ryan .ad Ro"." > depositer here to join the plan.
asking the most personal, is 22 years old, a cocktail wait Realty under which, wa .... .n "
and share his sister's room. It's called the "END Charge Account Service.
none-of-her-buainess sated U Red K.lal at Tlluavlllrriorlda
type -
queitkmi roes, and has two children by a
and in such an innocent former marriage.Our The mother, however, has not :the only and that paraona'I Inlaraatad undaralinriar Inaald You see us about it and we give you a plate identlbrevard Ask us about it

that she disarms written Glenna extending an In- builneiia.l .
way me completely aon swears he knows >al?l at Tltuavllla. Florida. this
? what he's doing this time and is vitation. I feel this Is not soc lath day ot tMpl. A D int.Rubrrl .

ially correct. It seems to me O. RvanCaadan INDIAN RIVER PLAZA
begging us to let him it. RobertaSept.
Here are some samples of her We _prove our daughter should receive an la. 2S ( .\, t. .. Fri.) IM4KUTiric national bank I
wide-eyed Inquiries: FOR A REASON your help. GRAY Invitation in writing !' t'OK mim 1 l I I STATE ROAD 50

((1)) Are you pregnant? rated bids will ba receive by w
Dear Cray: Your son is 17 Am I being petty? Please let tna Board of County Comml.nlon./ ;;
((2)) How much income tax did era. up unlit 1:16: o'clork A. M. In
years of age, has a marriage, a me know CONSTANT .. .
she ---
Cainml -
husband this ? lonera'l Room flapUamher ------ --- -- ----
your pay year child and a divorce to his credit, READER I.. 1W4. al lee ceurthouatU .
((3)) How much did your carpeting Tlluivllla. Florida, for; OUT OP HER ANDYE. n5OTNSR
and he is now begging you to One lit fire truck; IM4 model
cost? Dear Constant: You are swallowing to he bid upon aooordlnv to PLAY PEN FOR SIIEFeI.T

((4)) Was that a wig you wore let him get married again? Andyou're a camel and straining ala apeclflralloni! whlrk I will brlavallahla ONLY 15 AllNUTES TRAPPED
asking me whether or not at Brevard ,'...unhDI. ] AND LOOK WHAT IN TH6 Ni: .: '
the other night? gnat The REAL question hereIs ... No. lorn.... weal .. t9.!
to let him.l THAT aABYS DONS!
, ,
((5)) What color is your hair not the absence of a formal All Coroa Bill to Florid... marked: "nid fur' III \

really? The answer is NO. Would you invitation but whether a coupleof one ill rire Truck" It.i
give him an and let him The Hoard raeervee. the rtihlto I
axe t
Sometimes I blurt out the answer teen-agers should be taking reject any anil all bids N i/
chop up the furniture? Why JOB H WICKIIAM. ( I
, because I can't think fast a weekend trip together.I CHAIRMAN 1

enough to duck the question strument then provide him with an in' say they should not even (BOARD..nMMI..IONFRIfRRICVARD. .OK COI-NTT:
to wreck his life?
gracefully Later I could kick if the invitation from Ron's COl'NTT 1
Your son is not ready formarriage VIAIRIDA.IRpI. .
myself. and know it. mother came engraved on the .._II, II ."''rl., teal. 3 I
you ---- -- --
-- -
Rosetta atone lit
Please tell me how to handle Even Tommy Manville didn't '
this person I am obviously no have two marriages racked up

match for her INADEQUATE at 17. Some parents can't get JIM'S TV FHA Conventional ... I

it through their heads that kids Professional A Cwartnteed For Lowar Rates and I
don't Service Local Service roC CCWB ON OUT IN TUB wNCri
Dear Inadequate: Answer her really want everythingthey George M. McCutchan KITCHEN Ml. IlL FIX VOU

question with a question. Sam ask for ED RAJNISH 747-USJ .l Sill A CUP Of HEAL COFFEE

ple: "Now why In the world US SO, IRC. 1 Block W. ifI. JOG Magnolia Ph. 24771)1ft e

would THAT be of any interest Dear Ann Landers: What has I. R. Plat :cooa

I to you?" ----------- 'r J .., ft tf "" PtPt
I This puts the burden of an "

answer on her head and leaves ''tt t

I you uncommitted. FENCE SALECHAIN 'I Ptt t m rt "1Sio:""

Dear Ann :;;;d'rs: Last October ''I '.. .e 1

our 17-year-old son asked LINK 1

his father and me to sign Back to School Sal*! > .. .1 : t J r t tNEAVk
papers so he could get married Open All Day Saturday tt .
We agreed because his girl C ... "

friend was four months preg 5 9 THIS INCLUDES TENSION ,.. ''' ,"

nant and her WIRE ALONG BOTTOM. 1 .. ._ ,
parents came over -- ----- -- -- -

with their minister and an uncle Terminal Posts Extra :i OUT.DF.TIIIS.WOftLD :' I'M LOOINO MY I'VE JUSTOOTTOFECLA HO,MY HEARTIt1HEPEAACR000H'irlts'.

who is a prize fighter. The Pt I SERVICE t A PINE SEA llGSl TRUSTY DECK UND** MVFfETAOAIN 1E QAHEADI \

marriage lasted four months. 3-DAY SERVICENO For "oul-of-thlt-world" F.Pt ADMIRAL 5 ,

My husband had to pay for a* lorvlce here on oarth look p Yea 3

the divorce which he was happy DOWN PAYMENT 1 t. our ...nc". Its urr... 1 TURNfO
to do because he Pt trial headqu.rte for "t OUT TO II
could not
36 MONTHS TO PAY! p Bte1 Casualty policies pPt BEIHAVlrr /
I Stand the sight of the girl. f with the P 0 5Par.onsl PtPI c )

Last week the boy came to ui WE USE UNITED STATES lenlce. "P.S." m. CAPTAINED I : .!;

with another request. He wants MADE WIRE. HEAVILY .0".1 attention tOnyOYf PP ) A CHIP J I
very I"lunnco need boo P IN 4'\i\ I Ii
R us to sign more papers because ,, COATED AFTER WEAVING L fore .nd alter loss occurs. t ,, i I I
-- Pt Pt I
Direct FactoryTo I

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Your Favorite Drinks AIoSumm.r i : UJ. p0041'vat FORTUNATELY r NAVE AN cc KIII.rah< > M .
EntertaInment & Muclc.I ieX 1' Sale Prices INSURANCEAGENCY ii coa / AUXILIARY PIJWeM PLANT \ HIM PIP'I' I i ,R'

.. en Redwood or Cypress THB LIGHT's FolNti, t>wl MY PPDPERTY,
U. S. Highway 1, South Pt INC. PtP WFNt alit / .

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TODAY Pt I I. R. C. l.7ii Pt A POWLRFALUPI noin,

FLORIDA and For Free Estimates Cell Pt Pt / P I

SAT, I Local Representative, John Phillips Titusvllle 274430 Pt ..t It INTOWN, e 110Ilese .alt'k
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I. : Say "Good-Bye" To Unused Articles. And "Welcome" To Extra Cash .

Boats For Sale GLAMOR GIRLS For Rent For Rent For Sale

17' CRUISER, squall king, 75 h.p. Houses FOR tiNT! '
ROOMS POI liNT 21 Ht VB9&&HOUSE\ console,
motor. lie r
ra... rear player, very rea-
2671436. 1 BEDROOM cottage, adults only $12,80 PER PERSON Mr Went. io able. 262-IU84.( Mattresses offered at warehouse
X>:tt:ADLINX -. I. p'''. 1).y Bofor Avenue.UNFURNISHED Racket Motel Mia. Pboge 3W- 2111 Garden
Bubllcathm ... Wd. set 23' OWENS Sports Fisherman m' 7HSWLL 010 Hopkins prices. See us today.
U A.M. .at. For Mon. PubllctUoq hp, excellent condition, $2,000 / ENOa : I bedroom house, 30111. MU K1-S3W.TRIUMPH motoreyele. $au, St. Nidy Of 26749Z4.Shopping Center M7im -

r WANT W7-614J. 'r ,i1OCcOW tile bath, carporte and utility SLEEPING: BOOKS Md dIdIa-

a ..ea..AD per RATES word 16' FIBERGLASS, broad beam, 1 room, Temple Heights, $80 mon dies for rw*. an Osage SU W- 8 PLACE SET of sterling silver BARGAIN HOUSE
Minimum Chare SOo double' bottom, TO h p. Mercury thly. 267W28.UNFURNISHED. 3400 "new". Retail value $80 1 won
electric, ride guide I steering, trail: it and already had a set. Boat New. and Used. Furniture aM *p- :
ALL CLASSIFIED AD9 er. Reasonable, 2I2-t51t after 3 bedroom homein A1RCOND1TIONED ROOMS US seed tve Will scrifcce for S37S. plaices We tw, trade and. MIl.
PA1A1 L a IM ADVANCBHiked 8 Mims area. Built in rage weekly per person, double occupancy. 267 6558.nJRNJTUKE.. Refrigerators $25 and up, guar
iro.et et Aooounl.Clu p.m. well located. Call Mrs. Lafcin Royal Palm Motel l, anteed. 2510 Hopkins Ave,
/ owner at 2679428 after 8 p.m: 267-4103. lU' cask and aave, Phone 267-4705.
.Ifl.a. D.....' :RoW A..UabIl Building & Const. CaD 2870330.UNFURNISHED. Bedroom, bnwg rooms, chest
oa J request Stores For Rent of drawers, desks, bookcase box CAN REFINANCED
WDY. CONSTRUCTION residentlala / qCEis 3 bedroom, 1 spring and mattress. Call 267-3034 --
.... .
Tbe 1It..Aa. to rn rn thBrlvllen UPRIGHT PIANO
I commercial bath, centrally air conditioned
of nvUInc and resjM d Ung NEW STORE building for offices
..7 aurUMBunt which or njKUnc it daunt 13 In TltusvUle. Licensed Y vr and heated, built in range and or business, 1J a 80 or 30 x 60. $6 FORD % ton pickup 4 speed Good: playing condition, a fcsrialn
ObJMllMlblt U4 U .B.DKO thiclaodtosuoi an lean phone AM 73328. py oven. Dripes, ao pets, $12500, Heated and air-conditioned. transmission and alto perfecttow at 195. 267.6385.ELECTRIC .
of aa y advert l..mnt
WEEk 2675569.: trailer hitch 267-4703 after
from Out ordered to conform U are Phone 267-6160. SHAVER: service. mall
Uo policy of ((.. Business s.
MRW.Tli Opportunity makes lay Be. Jewelers
aUar-AdvoeaU will lot *. MOr'1Lfw 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath house, furnished WAREHOUSE FOR KENT
rMponilfcl for mart than ... In- SERVICE in good location on Washington ELECTRIC STOVE 24 Inch oven, Indian Rivet Plajta. _
Comet InMrtlon nor will It b* STATION for lease Jn Avenue, close to WAREHOUSE, suitable for reasonable. 2678936. ----- --
shopping shoe
titbit for any trror In adrtHlM- Tl1lUvill. are,. Pumping SEWING MACHINES: sales aid<
., ever and schools, to rent, Sydney garage or atorage. la ceaUr ei i .
H nu to neater"" tent thaa 20,000 gallons service, all makes, and
lb. rout ol tb. .p.c..ncuol.d by per month. Oajton- Schwartz, Realtor, 1141 S. Hop town. See H. H. Hudson at Stir- FRIGID AIR E ELECTRIC range new
tbe Item In n. adwrtlictnentBuilnooi age rental, paid training pin kins Avenue, 267.6100.GARDENDALE Advocate. MS. 99 Chevy U ton pickup. 720 used, household or Industrial
gram and financing' available : 1 .- _. Kara Drive. IRC. Call 2674770. from $29.95 up. Call collect
Office H Mala Street for qualified mace For tafornva w \ 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 SMALL OFFICES and war. Don's Sewing Machines Rock
Dial All 7-0381 lion, phone collect, Jim Derma, nice yard, $145. 267.9558.: houses for rent. 200 square feet, NOBLE CLARINET with clI'e. ledge Florida. :NEt- 2U.
Office H.ur. I:M to ':M 255-3211. Daytena Beach -- ----- aireonditlcned office 000 Used :2 years, very good condition
--- -- -- 2 BEDROOM house carporte, and ft. warehouse plus tq. two. 27.4620 after a p.m. SPINET PIANO _
Camping HuntingTAKE 423 Highland Terrace. 267-5733 eacft. J. apace.W, CbJldr$125 monthly Repossessed/ .used! less than 4
w.M.a."I w"I/hMsawwa or 1926. Realty DUO-?HERM oil heater, $0,000 months Save $200. Take up payments

Special Notice YOUH vacation la a Florida !..267.6573.WABEHOUSES:. .__ ____ BTU needs cleaning, $12. CaU 36 months on balance.
camper. Make reservations now NOW UNDER conitruction. 267-684 KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC >
Call Double J. Campers. 297-1584 For Rent"APARTMENT For Rent Any size up to 30,000 2126 W TROPIC 2ii7i385FIN
HURRICANEAWNINGS ,AIR CONDITIONED: PANELED of. quart feet, lease. 267-0564.! In. CONN CORNET like new, used '
fire spaces In new Colonial office dustrlal or commercial only one semester Call AM 7- I WATCH and Jewelry repairing. -
Child Care pot RBNT DUPLEX FOR RENT building 1240 S. Hopkins Ave., available. space 0430 after 3:00. Jay Bee Jewelers, ladUg
BEDROOM furnishede0 nion-: drapes furnished. 267.2866. River City, Indian River Plaza.
AND EXCELLENT REFERENCES, ma 2 BEDROOM aircondUloned, W _tidy, 267-2207 after 5.M: p.m. TRUMPET with case $20. 267.
ture, reliable, wants to care for frlgcrator and stove Soft water, -' -- 10 X 40 OFFICE SPACE for rent. For Sale :3827. AND carriage best fit. "+
Infants or small children in own near Causeway, quiet $110. FURNISHED 1 bedroom duplex 267.43J8. fey. AM 7.2149.
STORM PANELSBE home.. 267-4)21 apartment with IRC. ---.--
267.0288. 287-39W!! carporte ROOMS POll RINT 11 SECRETARY'S deck and chair, DRIFT WOOD and life like permanent
EXPERIENCED<; -I -- -- ---.-- A B Dirk duplicator machine flowers and plane 2C7 (Continued an Next Papa)
CHILD care in FURNISHED Apartnent for rent,
0043, 224 Laurel Place
SECURE IN clean, comfortable! home Close '191ntb.. See Manager at HOUl FOR RENT HOUSEKEEPING ROOM In my and supplies, 10 6x9 steel master
in TltusvUle. 267-2210. Florida Theatre. home, all privileges, Bell Ca- file cabinets with folders. Olive
MATCHING ROSE beige sofa and
Olidctta typewriter and table, and
2 BEDROOM furnished house, bdla 287-1645.:
CHILD CARS!: by hour, day, or 3 BEDROOM, unfumlseed. central redecorated, washing machine newly -, -- other miscellaneous office items. couch for site. Good condition,
excellent for homemakers. This
JUST MINUTES week. Indian River Rights. 267 heat aid air. 267-9113. M7-2639. LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING Room, 2672639. 267.6148. new Stands
5766. -- I air'coMdtioned. Corner 50 and U.
KIDDIE UNFURNISHED I room apartment RENT OR loane with option to buy, S. 1. Phone 267.3679 after 1 p.... GUNS 2 DRESSERS twin size bed, 267- For
267-7908 KEEPERS, fenced yard, I afrroodltitMd' central furnished 2 bedroom la Mims at : 1:135.I : Quality
2679570. beat, lively kitchen, range and $110 per month 100 by 120 foot I AIR CONDITIONED: TV. furnished 730 South Dixie
NEED RENTAL LISTINGS !fAl.rtI. maintenance lot, riding mower and all yard for comfort all new in private
People are calling me for rentals. For Rent prouhl n.. d oupU only. tool included in furnishings l ., home for refine ,elltlem... Old U. S.1 1 ,,lu'tIOR M Mr
List your rental property with 267-4587.: family of four. 2673096. Indian River City f
me, and I will rent it for you. MAC'S CAPE KENNEDY John A. Gordon I
See or LAKIN Call me REALTY at -EQUIPMENTSales Rentals Repairs partment. Completely furnished, 23 Main St. 267-3025, Titusville Broker entrance refrigerator Indian RIFLE AND rifle scone. .243 WinChester ;; I +
I air conditioned, electric kitchen, River Heights, 244 Swift Ave. model 8fl, t7S, Kahles
V. M. LAKIN Broker Construction
EquipmentHand 'private driveway, storage, adults. UNFURNISHED, 3 bedroom, 2 I -- .-- variable power scope ((2.3 to I
1307 PALMETTO STREET Tools 904 Indian River Avenue, Titusvllle. bath, $125: monthly, plus damage ROOM FOR gentleman, cooking power}, $oW. 287-39.70. I IMAGINE----w--
.(NEAR PIRTLE SHOPPING 88 E. Merritt Is. Causeway 267-2005, privileges $15 weekly, 24m i rMUMlllls5ThI.Is
CENTER) Days 636-8340-Nlghts 638.0160SEE ______
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__ __PHONE 267.9429Animals APARTMENT OR infers Week. TRAILER CABANA turn west BOOMS WITH bath; TV. air conTditkmed ;; OFFICE SPACE
VOSS MUSIC ad under class- for Mila workers. 1X) TOP SOILFILLMARL
ly monthly rates, adult only Ellis Lane, first house right
ideation "Musical .Instrument. 504 Garden. miles N. of Titusville. Adults 5 weekly, double; $25: smgla ONLY <6tt PER MONTH the official Seal of
No pets. Meals available Phone 267-9742, (Month to month basis) (the National Association of
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED, 2 bedroom. pool, ____ MUa Motel, Rte. 1 south of new I Home Builder Only manna 1/
BEAGLE deer hound, female, $100, yard care. Mason Dixie Apart. 3 BEDROOM stove and refrigerator !! causeway. INCLUDES UTILITIES
beta of the National' Aso*
Floor Sanders, Polisher meats 267-5716 or 267.2192. For Service >
Phone 267 9382. furnished. Indian River City, ATTRACTIVE. CLEAN private PRIVATE BATHS
Phone AM 7-3231 elation and local associations
267 0210 after 5 30,
ARC REGISTERED Chihuahua FACTORY PAINT OUTLET FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS. ---- -- -- home single. or double, private RIGHT ON V.S. No. 1 are allowed to display
bath. Call 2673064.
puppy,I weeks old, fawn, 267.2308 In, efficiencies, weekly, monthly NEW 2 bedroom home, central FRANK JOHNS r this peal:
after lI.pm. Baldwin Shjpplng Center rates air conditioned 417 Julia heat t and air conditioning: i $100 ROOMS FOR Working Meo LandscapingCall PHONE TODAY
I Ij
SUejot.COMMBtCIAU monthly Call after 4 Alexander Construction
p.m 2071822 Double or Single. 2679370.
j FREE, 3 kittens, to good home, 2 ROOM HOTEL apartments, ullll- 267.5000 I
267-4480. BUILDING __h __ ___ ROOMS FOR rent with kitchen; Company
tier, furnished, '
one $00 monthly
I LARGE HOUSE, 6ak"nTu area,. privilege. Call 267-0610 before AM 7-0656 % !h?
.1 i
APPALOOSA AT STUD and up. Also rooms, $J5 monthly FOR RENT or lease adore space Phone 345.3472. II I Broyhill Development
Hdrses for sale. Singleton and and up, directly on ocean. Coronado 20 x 60 A., or suitable for of: I ___._ ,.. 9, after 5 267.8866. I --I
Dairy Rosd. AM 7-2338, after 11'1 Hotel, New Smyrna Beach, fine Located Magnolia Plaza, Childre Homes Inc.
Florida. $125 monthly 267-1928.
W7-3974./ I Cowart ts Carter Inc
Boat Rentals ----. ---- -.-- I Cozart Const. Company
2 BEDROOM, furnished, air condl- 1 BEDROOM, bath, central air an
,HOLIDAY BOAT RENTALSINCORPORATED tloned, $130 monthly plus utilities heat, range, high ana dry, NEW. Fisher Construction Co.
267-2806 or 267.6317, 267.2S70.: I !
NEW: 18' and U' run-abouts. Convertible I I MOBILE HOME' SUBDIVISIONFeaturing Magnolia Homes Futch Construction Co.

tope, 49 H. P. motors, John Beach
Call 2676086.ENVELOPES : I

Business Sizes U S. No.1 1 highway frontage (several Louis & Brown, Inc.

llp Kraft Envelopes with clai$) tracts). LARGE 75' x 110' LARGE POOL in Lagrange Acres i Justice\ Homes Inc.

for mailing. Full stock at Slit- Northwood Builders. I17$,


Four producing orange groves. WATER Etc. 2tt Miles North of Titusville. Beautiful 3 Robert Evans

and 4 bedrooms on big lots with trees, 2 Ronald Moretto j l

BUILDERS full baths, formica cabinets, ducted heat, Tiffany Builder( Inc. j
1 115 Acres located North of Mims. range and hood. Sodded yards. Priced i

$95 DOWN $35 Call 267-4166 from James Trimble
WANTED MONTHLYTO from $14.000 to 16000. William Everman l

9 to 5. See by appointment. I

"FOREST! HILLSESTATES" 27 Acres Oak Hill Section ((6 acres set REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on Wingate Homes !

in 3 year old ) Excellent U S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U. S. 1 for one more
grove Buy
JUST A FEW LOIS mile to our entrance on right. For free informationcall I

LEFTI 267-558G.

CHAS. JANNARONZTltusvUle : 10 Acres located west of Mims. DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service"

Shopping Center
AM 7-3441 AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARKiawsayuylre.Nal.ttI.

e DUFFY'S REAL ESTATE : Can wag/ &- 'tUiz4leacl

fJ nUJrvctt1

; Corner U S. No. 1 and J Hwy 48 Mints r J vil .

\ PHONE AM 7-0821 I
403 South Telephone

Walhington AM 7.2011

l 1 1pt

it11LDER1t D ii. ..twOronmlasey.
: .li.6.at nett daMNi.
'n.l act -a medal IpntnM. Naeeg. Ie
ell yM e...Wins sae .... .c.,. aeseWprte. i \ FOR SALE $8450.00 Three bed- I
{ n s\ rat' a ..aHc'./INlI.celMlniallftl. ......
I I 8.u ,.; : SUCH ."- .1M 1IoIJI.. .'qlqrfa K rooms, bath, kitchen, dining area, &
sod .oot Doc"hbMb" ......
1.11'' living room, carporte and storage area q
M1YMir1e1'r"t LUXURY CII.: '.'. Iaowsd .Unsr ... I
elaep. earl tea lettwr.e. Comfortable place for small family, t I
2 1 EDRooM, 1 bath, wood floors,, toe..... '""IeMM/aMenMa/ebg/ I II.
gas water and'! lOeed. ...."'..... hAr aril Monthly payments only $57.12. Located .
deweri.fireplace Ideal for city doctor's dent. FOR' SO Nltl'Iesa as ....m........
or Paul c..w.r at 1014 Alford Street. a. C' Wi....... Ir.
ist's office. $24.200. Requires I'rwldeat ".....tMwdntv
refinancing.' \ SS I
: (
DUPLEX, I bedroom, large living LITTLE.i: tsrarrE :; 2. Split Level Three bedrooms, and
city water and sewer $150 : I
) den 2 taths
large living
month Income.
pet $15,500118 N,...__ f
monthly, P and L J I Ia4
-u area and nice modern kitchen. Double t
NEW ) BEDROOM 2 bath, large .abneizt' Air condition central ,
i living room, double carporte, cen STUDIO 1 12 BEDROOM RENTAL APARTMENTS garage.

teal per Seat month.$16,000.Including$600 down.principle$119, GanVenknt Modem LIT inj* UNFURNISHED FROM 100 UONTHLY KL; | 1 175000. Monthly payments 13750.

interest, taxes and Insurance Models Now For NO QUALIFYING! NO DELAY' .
e l-.iibi..- -* *<.. Open Inspection
e tt S rww
:3 BEDROOM bath, stucco, 100 tIot.....e a o iV nnpinii h .a riiin n<.i.>". "\ thtr Call for appointment. '
1T2 ft.: yard: fruit trees, all furniture I ;' r.
S aM..l w ---. we a F.2.d iu asinine
goes, including range andj I .
pwmm awl
refrigerator. Only 13650. requires l A.er..ua ea.- '
refinancing. e twat a.O.n aura ., U r. 'K,,' ih4e. Art R.adae
61,1.e wd eqw ........u.a eat.e YR. 5..a1Lr .
....._ .t'-:
:3 I bedroom, 2 bath, conven I n,L.udq ; ..... eu a5Ii .4togeriSR

Nato payment turquoise financing$950.kitchen Large,17950.fireplace living room Down .r...,<.' ., ;.....,__(i.5uo10.OeIA., ...:. .,,. .=-=- 'Jall..Co/uva'J &* '/l/l/inrfeaa[ !/ I
*::::.:::= !:;*"U
J.' wTcHILDRE REALTY, ....... ,. _._.... REALTORS: INSURORS :
T TUSVILU -n "D I Dial AM MOU Day Night er U0 4QIi
267-5563\ I .

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Jepfejnker I H, 1 1H4 Tlfvivllle! (Florida) V..r ,Advecite" 'IU ?,.1 ..


Continued From nereedlnj Para Help Wanted Mobile Homes Real Estate f
p = MISTER BREGER r Musical InstrumentsBAND Real Estate -. !
TF TRAILERS/ fOft IALI ----------- !
A T TO R I e .e, GROVE FOR '
Help Wanted AGE U not barrier to us. A* long q INSTRUMENT APARTMENTHOUSE
as you are over 21 .bondable' CHICKASHA 1864. H x 10, 2 bedroom 10-ACRE BEARING naval oranr
we need you. I want 9 men to I like new, H60 down a.. repair and rentals SITESCity grove on high: knoll In Oiteedi
11ECORD IN Arabic language of present our new non-eanceUaMe same pay menu of"8.51 monthly KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC I owner transferred and mum sell; :
rellgioua music with English policies to the public. Hospitalitation I Phone 2fl7.3MI7.MLMS Instruction on. *U Instruments water, city sewer, done to' A bargain at ",500. term. T. .
translation to. the I'ftercl. 287 sick and accident and life ZUtt W. Tropic 26T-43U schools shopping<< and churchfw, W. Meto. Broker. Saaford, 3ttr
110 n.-. iotTfuUyequipped ) oill anytime, 267 MM
53.4 s or M7-40U.
Insurance. Free Co. training and RENTAL _3481!.fot appointmentHQUSRS _
on J paved; road, withtender PLANS School band Gerald Schulti, Reg. Re.ll..teBrokf'r. _-'
In I weeks be
BEAUTICIANS FOR plush, new Salary making, commission.overwrite. top bracket. if desired; off U. S. 1. instruments now available at. POE. $ALN
II Ion. Opening aoon. Excellent : andwhen only :30! minutes to NASA. l't1ollct267.J..t&L VOtiS MUSIC In Sterse Store, ---- ---
all and renewals I if PiMle Plata. Phone LOTS FOR etores A-l location;
opportunity replies confide- 28MK9:: for I
Ual you qualify. Sea Co. Rep. ---- borne large borne sites; acreage or lot 1 BEDROOM IVt tiled bathe, ear
267-7900 ext. LIT -- -- -'- demonstration
Room 2, SUV S. Washington Ave ----- --- ---. for builders at. discount; off U. porte, Florida room, central heat,
PBMALI. HELP WANTID 8-10 a.m. Monday thru Saturday. ", rvt MOBILE!: HOUR OWNERS Plumbing S. 1. U minutes to Cape Tlnfow, I <;E kitchen, shaded lot must sell.
DESK CLERK;retiree, will twin i4 4\ Supply owner, tenors Avenue, Make offer. GA8-617. EdsewaterJS ;
klAUE r RESBARCIb; Flrnias Apply Town Motel, Mr. Miller. I LIVE RENT Phone 2671481. -
BEDROOM Florid. 4
"' TiIUSVIllf"1 room
epeningt for housewives, part ALUMINUMFULL I TANKS DUPLEX FOR bath, available Immediately
,, t. .
time aurviy work from ,
or time outlet for FREE! of pre-esat concrete: steel ,..Ja. low down. 2(17-0683.
borne. No selling, various hours part DuViEx--: bedeoom; ;;;: :
daytime!. evenings, and weekends. aluminum. Bar, angle, hollow foree46311o: 1QOC111UOII. Great masonry, forted, .
LARQE badroo ,
traps Installed, tanks pumped ami good ,location $10,550, WO down I I 4 ii "i
rod, .
sheet channeL Writ. Chuck'sMetals
Must haveprivate telephone. 120 down payment and t3t I all QG FHA ltTOO.
amonth cleaned, drain fields relald. Pitt- tM27 monthly plu* taxei. Dan- equipments" | .
peply..---Bo* I. Star Advocate. Florida.13018 SW 85 Avenue Miami will' buy your own full man Sar4le Tank, Inc 2074421 enburg (tealty, 2tIt 3M8. I $6 "
"" LADIES: 3 i to /SDe NATIONS aero Lake mobile Louise home Estate M at beautiful .Y: O._Rut. .2016.-.TitusvUle.If .. ENVELOPES ,. Bualteii SimsAlso I 3--BEDROOM! I full-"atheTl-.rB< :
FASTEST food -
you I want need those 9 ladies extra to do things Inlifer chain, has several growing openings In Become your ewq landIordDon't .. Kraft Envalnpea with clasp i Florida room and extraa. fltuf .
work. This U 4 hours a survey day 5 the Titusville area. Permanent tear up rent receipt* each you have rental for m. lIn,. Full stork at star I under market value .!287.7414.! : :
diva a week. Will not Interfere position, very liberal: month. .Many, families BOW reside Advocate Continued on N.., .....> '
with housework. See Co. Rep? benefits,. good, starting salary taps, visit beautiful. u* and Ualler sea ommualty for- I housing, list it In -__-_-n____-__-_--_ --- ----- .....
9:00: to. 10:00: a.m., Room 2, 317* must have high school education, yourself the finest selfownedntobil
S. Washington Street. Monday' over 21, and desire position for home I I The Star-Advocate
thru Saturday.CLJERKSTENO. the future. Contact the 7-Eleven / tM'Ek.ESTATES' Local
Store office, MS N. Fiske, "I just can't: understand it-juries ALWAYS used 14 LAKE miles east of Orlando on I & Long Distance Movers
recreation department.
Must have knowledge Cocoa.thru Friday Phone, 1-5 636-9635 Monday by to go for my 'To err Is human, to forgive Route 50 Phone M8-2761

ol typing and shorthand. Must be your friendly neighborhood I 7- divine plea ." -------------..- APPLIANCE Moving jgHfcCgfi| Packlitf
Able to meet public. Excellent Eleven Store to pick up application ..
(3 TROTWOOD. JlIO. Z bedroom
working( conditions. Apply City and get more Inform equity, SERVICEBy Storage MJPrllRfiRP Shipping
assume monthly
-Hall,-929- Palm Avenue. ation. This Is a equal opportun Mobile Homes I Mobile Homes nicole ftiU.oa./ 267-3311, cxt.pay 2U8
ity employer. FREE ESTIMATES 267-3311
SECRETARY before S p.m or 207-2169 after North Brrvird'i Largest -
General secretarial and clericalduties TRAILIRS FOR RENT -..- 5.30 p.m.BEDIIOOM. Independent LOCAL AGENT -
In small office for social BREVARD
science research, in Titusville. 1 BEDROOM 10 wide trailer for ----- 1 1 trailer, good condi T.V i
Library training or experience Collie puppie, 6-7 rent. Adults only 400 Oak TRAILER SPACES lion now nylon wall iowall car, EMPORIUM FUR STORAGE 1800 N. U. S. No. 1CRATiNG
desirable. Additional qualifier months old strayed from area of Osceola Trailer Park. I Large Pots Reasonable rent poling, conditioned, IMU cash 207-3J7T PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE
tions In research or communityyelatlons Beverly Street. Reward. Call Ave"j Call 'ffil 1UB.
I will i be considered. Sal 267-7696 before 2 I>. m. TRAILIR 101S FOR Good transportation to Cay '
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try open. Reply depending with on resume qualities.tlone. to STRAYED, COUNTRY Club FENCED LOT, 73 x 100, Oakwood I U.S. No. 1, City Limits. Edgewater. 2 D EDROOM: FRONT kitchen. 60 i I
Box GB Star-Advocate. Heights: vicinity 4 months old Trailer Park, screened patio I sep x 10 with tilt out. Unfurnixheil I
gray kitten, reward. 2670346. tic tank, utility house, 14 ft. drive SPACE AVAILABLE 46 x 100 ft., except for refrigerator and, stove. PICK UP YOUR FREE. .
MATURE, RELIABLE woman to way. $llNI( down, assume pay New Frontier Park, North U. S, Early American decor, available I CATCH ,
keep 2 school children and dous.work' Mobile Homes _ments. 26713VS after S p.m I, 267 0933. immediately 267 HHH7,
12-5:30: p.m. 2676537. THESE [_Football Sweepstakes Card'
L AJtZIER COSMETICS -Ladles for -- --- ----
fart time. 267-5721, before 9 a.m. 2 BEDROOM north of Mims, private Meet McCotter's USED' '
aftef, Sgm.CcLSMETICIAN. lot, 267-3607. "Heavyweight 1964 FORD GALAXIE

for cosmetic department
sales. Some experience! WHISPERING :2 Poor Hard I Top,
helpful. Send resume to Box rb, HILLS 4 8pt'1'C.t 1 "3IO"! 52795ry
3 Bedroom, z. bath, excellent

:MINDED WOMEN I "8", Auto. <\ /*|rf
3-Bcdroom.$450 down.RESIDENTIAL 2. bath, family room, ""' Radio and Heater $ I J V }

Wanted In Merle Norman Cow and Business
metics. Training classes begin Lots, Property.also Income and Business I YOU'LL BE A WINNER

Immediately. Limited enrollment. WE HAVE 2, 3, and bedroom IN ONE OF THESE LIKE
In Titusville, Cocoa L
( homes In all price ranges. '

',139 Cocoa Register Ave., Cocoa At Beach -2502- --S.- -Hopkins-- ---Ave- .- -Ph. 267-8628 I II 63 FORD XL CONV 62 STUDS 2 DR H/T/ 61 CHEVROLET B/A

Call ----I 390 Bucket Seat "6" bucket Seats, HAII Alt Cimd. and t.tUIded

Mr*. Robbie Wiseman 783.0870 Have BUYERS For I
2495 1095 1395

Teenager and adults. Make up, I 3 Bedrooms 2 baths, immediate
hilratyling and Job preparation possession
2 7.5500. 4
e 3 Bedroom., good buyer with 1960 PONTIAC
FULL TIME housekeeper must small down payment
have own r : 267-1883 STAR ..
after 6 DmMALI e 3 Bedrooms, dining room a nonn. II. T. .1iN a r l'l,.
must .-' _: -- -__....
HELP WANTED ', .... ,
2 Bedrooms inexpensive, low Foe: Air ;-' "

AUTOMOBILE SALESMAN, combination down payment and monthly ----_ .__. clue Extras '"1 '...t ..
proposition new, for and right used man. good Bra Ask payment.For Sales Manager MEET ROY "HEAVY1 McCORMICK, McCatter Motor's new 'Heavyweight'' salesman. 1962 FORD 60 V.W DELUXE
yard Motor Company, 2674391. "Heavy" brings over 30 yean of automotive experience to McC'otters, the last three
Ou 1100, V 8, Auto, 4 Speed Vinyl int.
s 1395 P S. R&U
years here In Titusville. He'll)) get down to some real 'Heavyweight";: trading/ with
Space Real Estate Inc you right now on a new Ford. Falcon or T.Dird. Come on in and see ''Heavy' now for
WANT TO MOVE the best deal ever of S1495 S995
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RIGHT IN? i't. ... ,, 1951 OLDS '1959 CADILLAC 1951 CHEVROLET :

I s/w, V.B, Auto JI.T Air C"Ind., Loaded S/W. V.8 Auto R&II

1-; 4. bedrooms, 2 baths, family I I PLANNING' -I Radio, heater \,, S 1395 s 4 9 5s295
room, central air condition CHECK WITH US .
ing. Owner m'An'I' transfered I BUILD?
assume $13,600 ,
right with $1250.00 In. down and move ; See The 3 & 4 Bedroom HomesFOREST

I .
2'! 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Good IN BEAUTIFUL 1964
1 location block of Catholic I FALCONAuto 1963 PONT 44tDR 1962 CHEVRB/A

<. School. Price IU.OoO.oo. withIzStLoe Kut. 2 An Cond, "'" ,
$ duwlt awl *un 11II6 HILLS

mortgage. tI '; 2395' 2395 s1495.
3., New-3 bedroom, 2 barbs .
central sir Jittunmg. Heducel .
down ",III..a. '"A $tillll *o HOME IS QUALITY ._..


Slop by 'our new .flee BALL SWEEPSTAKES MEMBER.
a roM from JrtagnolU\ Plaza
on! Iloplino. -- ..



l.24' Uupbi e Ave
Acr., ffV M.EtwUs PiMa FORDTRADE

'Titusville. FIold.Trt. *

EiQl3r Itay w Nillt ; M'if&tdfJ' l(: AJ. ljj lf1 DIVISION .

JUANffA' UALOTT267fJ59anfrp.nv m1 }f 'f{ t \ h nr n 1't ( r I I t\fn'a\ rJfl rf "Central Florida's 730 S. Washington Tradinest( Ford- -Dealer" 207-2017 ..

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PAYMENT (V.Jea"ii ,1 $15,000 TO $19,000

Eenr rst Uri LOTS FOR L I I. FAIR I GLZN.ttfu .
A Community Of fine Homes In Titusville le *wo llumee restricted Ito la0e *v

FH A LOWDOWN PAYMENT Only 2 IfJto Wet pf U s.1 On Garden Street COWART & CARTER

THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS .1200 Garden St., THuivlllePhone
FAMILY\ ROOM TWO TILED BATHS 207-3222 or 2872331'dw


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Continued From Proceeding Pigs Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate I Services Used Cars & Trucks IN THE THIS NINTH CIRCUIT : fTck: t I


-- -- -- ---- HOUSIS FOR All HOUSES POE SAL FREEIIIL.P. coupe 8 cylinder 4 speed etc., CHANCERY NO mil ..
HOUSES FOft BALI LAKEVIEW HILLS. Central heat 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath. CBS house, BOTTLED GAS assume payments 267.5733. :Mil If B OK" MIT MORTGAGE

and air conditioned 3 bedroom, t
2 tiled bath home Built In oil heat, paneled Florida room INDIAN RIVER AVENUE. 3 bed. TITUSVILLE/ INSTALLATIONISuburban I 1959 VOLKSWAGEN, radio, beater ASSOCIATION a corporation t
MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into 2, I, and oven $13.900 with utility room awnings, carporte, room, 2 bath home In fine estab new paint, $725. 2673404 after or.anl.d and ellltlni nurauant under >
range Propane Act of Conn-reel
or 4 bedroom hornet, brand new $450 down with FHA term Nothing patio, fenced yard, pump fruit lished residential area. Central 3 BEDROOM BATII 5 p.m.WILL to the an Federal National lIor.....
In area of much higher priced down with VA terms CaU trees, $12,000 See at 82 Grove heat, beautiful hardwood flour.. 2019 U. S.1 N 267-6411 Auoclatlon Charter Act, havln

: homes Small down payment and Dancnburg Realty, AM 73858. Lane Tltusville. Priced at $14,750 with just $430 NO QUALIFYINGThis TRADE!: car for boat, motor Iti Waiblnclon principal, Dlilrlut office ,In of the Columbia.City of
only $85 monthly total payment down Call Danenbur Realty, and trailer. 267.1320.Wanted Plaintiff.
VA no down payment BRENT- CLASSIC HOMES AM 3858.. va
I ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only I beautiful borne on 80'x 120' RAYMOND HENRY ADKIN8
WOOD ESTATES west on Garden
St. AM 7-7142 or 6324633 2Sc each at the Star-Advocat. Nothing Down, See Us TodayTitusville' NEW SMYRNA BEACI 1-New custom If Its ConstructionCall To Buy and niTHY J. ADKIN8, hie wife
lot fenced in Includes &
range < REINHOI.TZnd
and THmDURK A.
: -- --- Best Home Value 4 bedroom, 2 baths with
.-i'----. ANN RtlNHOLTZ: ,
.r.w $ $ s $ $ $ $ $ V .. ,. excellent view of ocean and river. refrigerator, Venetian blinds and USED AUTOMOBILES City Auto his wife MARY
a 3 and 4 Bedrooms, 2 Full Bath Large living room with I fireplace, down. Len Randell! Parts. AM 7-366. Detendanta
oil beater SI
Only $495 $34
Homes with Garages central heat & air; Intercom; 2
M a BUY NOW car garage on corner lot. Will monthly, includes everything. See Want To Trade TOl BUSY ranuenca i. I.ADKIN8 mo W. Clinton whoa

accept house, lots, boat or trailer this home today. Free Estimates, References street Qo.hen. Indiana
1 I WILL TRADE In trade. Call 428 6944 New GUNS You are hereby notified that a
cult ban been filed .aln.t you
M a at Colonial Heights 2026.Smyrna Beach or write P.O. Box 2678641 for appointment Remodeling, Repairs, Carports, 730 South Dixie In the abova entitled cauea aad
I iF that you are required to file your

F Ij MI r r Hopkins Ave South 2 BEDROOM, BATH Florida room, BRIARWOODs New Home Driveways, Florida Old U. S. 1 Inie newer with or the other Clerk reaponalva of thla plead.Court
a beautiful highly restricted ares and to serve a copy thereof upon
j on large lot. No
qualifying, $500( Rooms, Commercial. .
267.8641 of better 3J bedroom homes Indian River City the Plaintiff or Plaintiff Attorney
down, take up payments of $84, .*, whose name and addremla
MI Including taxes and Insurance, oversized lots, covered with trnftun, Brewer Holland
NI NEW 3 BEDROOM 2 bath central 2C7.1743.MR.. grass and trees on School but No Job Too Large or Small Work WantedWILL Mi* Palm Avenue. Tltunvlllo Flor-
heat and air conditioned. One -- route. See these exclusive delightfully lila not later than October 12

OUR MODEL YEAR IS ALMOST OVER and 1/8 acre lot landscaped :EXECUTIVE different designs. Only 267-2958 after 6 p. m. DO Ironing( In my borne. Pro 1IM4. If Confeeno you. fall to will I do ao be, a enteiedanlnNl Decree. '
I $11,400 Mortgage Payments $89 3 completed homes left. Some you for the relief demanded
Coleman Construction. 2672039 4S ACRE lit 0 you thisbeautiful featuring 19 ft. bedrooms, P. 0. Box 1204. City Phone 267 8449. In the complaint Thle ault I. to
: I ''jtU1ee ; forecluM a mort. a.. Th. real
bedroom, choose colon during construct.
? COUNTRY CLUB bed"- key punch payroll .property. proceeded e".Ina' la:
Heights 3 2 bath home. Featuring formal ion. LaGrange area. 1 mile etc. 5 day week. 267-7837. [Lot twenty-four (1241), Illock F,
room, fenced, well, covered patio dining room, separate carpeted north of Titusville off Old Dixie DependableDRESSMAKING MKHR1TT 1UDOH! 8UBDI-

CLEAN HOUSE I. $950 down. 2673773.IT living room, large family with CALL 267.0-100 DAY. WORK wanted, dependable. V leg VISION to the Shut plat No of a.said accord-aubdlvlnlon -
crack bar. screened In porch. 267 6460. .. reoordeil In Plat
patio and enclosed 2 car garage LEMON BLUFF, 100 ft. river front. ORIGINAL styling Book U Pane sly. Public Roo.ord. -
TO MAKE ROOM FOR age, dock and boat house facilities of Brevard County Floe
? Drive out to 210 Mantor Ave, expertly fitted alterations IN THE: CIRCUIT COURT Of Ma.WITNEM8.
STANDSFOR (off Tropic St.) or call anytime house completely furnished, for men's and women's THE NINTH JUDICIAL C1H.
sodded lawn St. Johns River. CUlT IN AND llKbVAHU my hand and neal of
on FOR :
2679440 or 267.4013, Gerald
THE 65 TRADE INS ments. UllIen Hudson. laid Court at Tltuavllle. Brevard
Schultz, Reg Real Estate Broker. Will sell with or without two iar'l HO.COUNTY ZW10M IL.OKIDA County Florida' thla loth day of
** boats. Phone 2671382 after 6 Beplernber: 1W,4,
+ NOUR ENTIRE STOCK WILL GO AT p.m. or write Box 14, Tltusville Used Cars & >TI( K, OF .UtOPTIWV: (IRTI R BARNES
l'KIMt: Clerk of the Clnult. Court
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6 INTEGRITY WHEN I FOR SALE trade. Ford' IN HE: The dontluu of KAT1I1KKN Hrevard County. Florida
REDUCED PRICES FOR SALE by owner, 3 bedroom, or 1962 FAT'HICK BUCKLEY By: V, H "Kpuniiler
I 1 bath, central air, family room, Fairlane 2 door with heater. Stick and KAREN DIANNE Ul'tK-! Deputy Clerk
Whimpering Hills section Call shift. 6 cylinder. 267-6816. : Minor COURT( SEAL' :
HERE ARE A FEW SAMPLES 267-5220. TJIII: I.B CARL .:'l'KLEY. Sept 11. 18 28 Ml IFrl.l) 1964IV .
4It 59 CADILLAC convertible, excel' Natural Kilhfr of Knhlmm

I BEDROOM 2 bath brick borne. lent condition. 267.8485. Patrln DI.,.. Buckley Buckley, and Minor Kim : THE: CIRCUIT COURT of
Florida room and double car Children NINTH JIDItlAL CIHCl -
? 8 porte. Central heat. Call 267- 56 CHEVROLET 2 door7 stick, You will Uk noli. that IT OF' FLORIDA IN AND
real sharp AM 7-3352. PETER BENEDICT TIMFHAR:
2039. hoe filed IN CHANCLKYNO. !
In the offlc. of the
; I 57 BEL AIR CHEVROLET Clerk of the above nerved Court 2M.WI ..
3 BEDROOM, built In range, air automatic Me Prllllon/ to adopt KATHLKhN MKMIKII,) 'TII.I HVTl
radio < HI 1.11" 11 ION
conditioned and deep well $U50)
J V-8, Powertflide. white with blue top. Extra /good ? This !I. the official seal of the down, $74 monthly. 267.34136. heater. ,2BT new-4519 upholstery. whitewalltires. : )ren DIANNE. aLcKLEY minorchili I'LL EDWARD': II. SCHWARTZ A. OHHPH: Trueleee and BAM-.
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M white wall tires. A lot of good service C70C National A. o<:UUott of Real ,.: LOTS FOR SAL --- -- the Yscare Mill Petition herewith hoo notified bees.,t that bv W0 Plaintiffs
i' left in this: one. Was $1095 Reduced to )//7J Estate Boardi. Only membersof BUICK SPECIAL, 1962 Deluxe, 4 the Court for hearlnn at t :JO PRIVCEfWVII: RESEARCH:
,,4 :l 2 ADJOINING 73 x 136 lots, Indian door, sedan automatic transmission ocloik In the A M., on the 13th PARK CORPORATION a New
the Association may display ? a radio, heater, very clean day! of October 1W4! at the County Jersey corporation
this ...1. And only those who t1e River City, call GA 8 9311, New good shape, $1595, 1205 Thomas Court Hnum In the City of TI. Defendant.
1960 FORD 4 DOOR RANCH WAGON Ns1 '{ Smyrna Beach. tuevllle. Florida. and you are TO: riuvcKsavti: HE.HKARCH : q
display this seal may call them. Street, IRC. 267- herewith notified to anpeur and .
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e r cauee an* you mar
Cylinder straight! drive. Radio and Heater Good selves Realtara.George Rides WantedTO 1963 CHEVROLET, 2 door, straight lbe prayer of laid Petition a MR\ New Hfth Jersey Avenue corporation
S M. stick, 6 cylinder radio, heater, ahould nut be granted New York IT, New York
l'M white waft tires. The Ideal Car to Carry Passengers Barley, Jr. Dated this 3rd day of September
only 21,000 miles, $1700. 267 4721 YOU ARE: HEREBY NOTIFIED
Inc 1WH! at Tlluevllle Florida.
<*- to and from the Cape. .WM .. between 9 a.m.-5:30 .m. COURT MKAUCURTIH that an Amended Comnlalnt to
a IaNM.eNI{ 1.Don't BJC for 7 class. : p ...
$$795 Monday Foreclose
Was $1193' Reduced to S J, W ChJldre, Pealtor a.m. : __ : R BARNES Morl" boo been filed
bo a "Dumb-Bunny" Wednesday Friday 267-0338. against you and YOU are rquired
Clerk Circuit Court
59 CHEVROLET 4 door,
S Danenburg'i Beach lot handle Impala to verve a copy of your
) i .. us your next move. hardtop, air. conditioned I V-8, Hrev.rd V. a County. riurlda Answer or "nlraillna: to the Amended
apt spanetorDeputy
Realty It's a stop that' saves you time Complaint on Pl.lnllffe'Attorney.
1959 VOLKSWAGEN effort and worry you'llsave I ServicesELECTROLUX standard transmission, $8UO. 267- MOORE: and AMARI(lerk. .. 8HAP1RO FRla.U:
R Duffy's Real Estate 0432. AND WEIL. Kso.1. 4IIT Llninln
and tar
wear on your LawP
.. Attorneyi at .
stead Miami Reach Florida 831JU.
t Green 2 Door with Radio and Heater, good tires, a Bryan.Conway & furniture, too. See about It 1956 FORD U ton pick up truck Cocoa. O. Box Brach 281 Florida and flla the orlnlnal Answer orpl.I1"

\ nice clean little gas saver. Winstead, Inc NOWI I clean, call 267.3401 for information Sept 4. 11 II 29 (Frl > t!HI,. Clerk of. In the the Circuit offlca Court.. of on the or

.* Was $93:>00 Reduced to. . $$795 Campbell Associates Think Of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 1HM.before. If the you 6th fall day to do of 10 October a Decree .
CORPORATIONBrevard 63 SAAB new condition. Economl THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIK- Pro Con rD.... will, be taken
Inc. cal comfortable Nothing down Cl'IT. IN AND FOR THE anlnsl, you for tht relief demanded .

19V2 2 CHEVY II e Edwards Realty FIDELITYAgent County's only assume payments of $57.00 mon COUNTY. FLORIDA OF URtVARD, 8TATEOK1 The In the property Amended Involved Comulalnt la eltuatu
Call 267.2154. CHANCERY NO. SK743M
) thly. tying I and being I. HrevardCounty
: S Ed Kittles Agency authorized factory branch. TH r Florida" and la deecrlbeii. .
300 r 4 Door, black with red interior, 8 cylinder e Harris Realty Inc. 63 VW SEDAN, like new, green, CHARLOTTE U COX. .. follows:
J PowerJ.lide: Radio and Heater, Good White Wall radio, $1450. By owner 267.5588, Plaintiff That property: Involved' la ell.
e L. B. Newman, Realtor Call Melbourne .... ate, lying and bring; In Ore.vard .
Tires. A clean, sharp used cor. (13QC ALLIED VAN LINES EAItL[ O COX:. County. Florida, and ladeacrlbed
rb I Donn Searle Realtors I 1961 VALIANT, air conditioned, ra DifrndantTO aa follows'
gal; Walt $1595.00 Reduced to } IJ/3 kit e Stoner Realty STORAGE & TRANSFER Collect dio boater, $750 or best offer EARL a COX whom mlilnnce That part of the following
I 2670302. !10 H.-7R. rKiulh K, property Ivlnir Kast of U. K.
Sydney Schwartz Hlreet Hlfhmimil Indiana. Highway No 1, t0-wlll,

1 1961 CHEVY IMPALA CONVERTIBLE S W J, Smith DAY OR AM NIGHTPhone 7.0223T 723-5852 1962 NOVA STATION WAGON, air, ComuUInt You are hereby for Divorce noliried b..that.hewn a U ftctlon. *, Oovernment 18 Township Lot 28 South I. In,

I owner must sell. 267.0413. filed aaalntt you and you are Hsnse 87 East, which land Is
__ _. I:111S': more or I.... on U H
--- ---- ---- required to serve a copy of your
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A beautiful red with like new black top. The original ... Aniwer or defenare to the Comtilelnt Route No 1. and ITS*', more or

t' e. gray interior still factory fresh. V-8, Power- Warren on the uUlnilffi 30 -C Harbor aitreov.C.liv CityBuulevard dictated kss. on by Indian the Survey River made aa. In-bv

glide Radio and heater power steering. Like new EXTRA SPECIAL Lau Ualll. Horlil.. C. A. Hl'CKNt-R! Reilstered
Land Ksu Uallle.
-T Surveyor
and' file the orlllnal Aniiwer or
I,,. a white wall tires. A real cream puff C17K( ** $: Looking other'Orionw. to the Comnlaliit tothe Florida.. dated July 81. 1111.to"p.he. ; .
office of the Clerk of clnult with all riparianrivhls
Was $2193.00 Reduced to V 1 1 /J \, ( Court on or hefoie the Sib day tills and Interest of
'"' YEAR END uf Oulober, lIMIt If you. fall le don Morliamir apnertalnlna- the
a Decree Pro Confr.in will\ betaken afnre.ileacrlhed prnuertv
aaalnat fur the reliefilimanded DONE: AND ORDERED! : at
1962 CHEVY II NOVA 400 In the Cnmiilalnl Rot killri... Brevard County Florida
FOR A HOMETRADE LINE and, OKDtRM!: !: ) Tllun- thla 2nd day of (September
... I Florid 11M.
t vllle IHevard' County (bit
Station Wagon, white with red vinyal interior. 6 *" CLOSE OUT DEALSON 2nd dev of. Hrit| ? 196t.ICOl' Curtis R. Barnes
.{I cylinder straight drive with good whitewall tires, (IHT1I R. IIAHNE8 I" : COUNTY

** radio and heater. A one owner car with $$1595 a YOUR RENT RECEIPTS i REMAINING Clerk Hrevard Circuit County lourt. Florida HV H.OKIDA' : V. H. flnanilerlept
low miles Was $1893.00 Reduced to I by: V. g. Hnannler 4. U. 1*. 35 iFrl.I 11164.ENYEIAi'ES .


I 1963 CHEVROLET IMPALA d M4C Attorney Harbor at Law(Ity Boulevard (for mailing. Full itoci at Stir-

Many To Choose From Easy Terms Available Kau Uallle. Florida Advocate
6 VALIANTS AND Mevt. 4. II. U. 36 I.Frl.) 1MI.
2 door Hardtop V-8 Powcrglide, Radio and Heater ** 4'
1 1,2,3, Dedroom it Low Dank Rate Fin. -
Power Steering, good white wall tires. A beautiful STARADVOCATE'SCrossword
** 10' & 12' Wide Trade Anything of Value CHRYSLER
soft gold with matching interior A low mileage *, .ONLY 1))

t car ready to go. O20C



M. Green with white top V-8, Auto. Trans. Power 815 N MAGNOLIA AVE. PHONE 267-4391 Applaud ACROSS SL4I1.POWV( 14n. 58.A 11.1. 9.ey ,,

Steering, Radio and heater Good white wall tires. ** 1, 2 MILES N. OF MIMS AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR L Told wWI LA t9... .can bay

A good solid car with a lot of service AT ROCKET MOTEL 287.3097 CHRYSLER M PLYMOUTH VALIANT aotanm XFriKKWOOdBF '
** $$895 BMajL / II.y .
left Was $1103.00 Reduced to *
L Put at a IIJMSI 4...1Rpee4 ., .
Play walneati 11Q. 1 I I' ,

1963 CHEV IMPALA SUPER SPORT ONLY 6 HOMES LEFTOn LUXURIOUS II..u.lIMp. 4a1. 4 w. rlpy ;..... .r-'. I III.

M BEDROOM 13.B1dtAl.t! LL. ) .....
2 Dour hard Top, 300 ho. V-8 engine with 4 speed Beautiful Palm-Lined l Navarez Drive. 0JSTOMDCSIGNID deity L A rot mu.

\ **. tiiinsrni'sion. Radio and Heater, good white wall E10N LARGE 13.Polyneslea auOIry3 tIIII. 91.4)1) err ........- __

: tires Ducket Seats and console, a beautiful aqua BUT I -UI W00DED siwsaystmuesAN t0T3... 1.Arbu drink 1O.an..y ta.ta. aa.=- \ aA.w'

I ... car with matching interior The sharpest $$1495)| ** You May Select One Today and Move Tomorrow Vn ONLY MINUTES aateIope. IJ.D..wfet3S BoI ,..
\ car in town Was $2895 Reduced to TO NASA CAUSEWAY1.SNOfTtNG 3l P.a point 1'-Pr" k tit taola II ...

... PRICES LOW CENTER II.Jumb1e4 ..fc-Ji "'Si"' "- ***_
... AND ALL SCHOOLS. type -' *- *.......

: 1957 HILLMAN 4 DOOR i iI 3 811.VA-NO-3 Baths DOWN$15.250 FHA-LOW 4 BR-2 Oaths DOWN, $13,91)0: ) I n 30.ptctur1EMC vexed TIight4n 17.Salt x.lrtry HIM -,.Pr..eat.. ..C:alert

I w A R-al Good Duv $$150 ai Cft. 0 4I I J t't t. -: 1

i Was S31I.-J:; --- Reduced to II III VALUE HIGHWith I I .. ut.
I 34.apw.N / 9 10JI.

Features Found Only In Higher Priced Humes. .term ofddrtM
: 1957 FORD 4 DOORVU I I .Tammany 4 j'

Auto Trans.. runs and drives good A little LOCATED WELLNear I J2.FIOfOIm11I. s / .. 1 ;% *
.. rust but w >iih mote I NASA Causeway, Schools, Shopping, Churches. N..n -14.Rounded 9 '/, 'h' X a
.. $$175 cot pas.aoe Mart / )I'/";
Was $3n.ro: Reduced toM +e i -II c..,...... roof .
LOOK TODAYFor I lMn e SO.Accompsv40. II ;lJ : JS Ph

1959 VOLVO' STATION WAGON "River Palms" .OilHMtVANOTH1NGOOWN 34.It.Uan Ai V ..111 & n e
Signs{ on U.S. No.1 1 and On Hopkins .c"'w..as- rivet

Only 1 mile North of Hwy No. 50. Houses Open I Plew.md. w... .Court >:O '" *
M Huns G.H.I\.( I Representative On Premises-Or - II from 4LP rl.h /
Was $60500 lUduccd to $$195 4J.UM4XIUlUa ;>cir -
"h': :/
.*. OPEN 8 'TIL 8! CALL 267 9440And $13,950 m oW) ,. 4Z

We Will Drive You Out To Inspect Them $75 6/0. 43.Afunflyrnwp Nwrt 4J .... !iS''"
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qUJ 7c'll It Chevrolet SUTTON & ASSOC. I 4T.X4TTOW maya 2iZ oW} !


1028 S. II n'-l' r'' -.-r'! '2- REALTY CO. 1528 S. WASH. (K.Cfwuvr CMUA j 60.011&4 4tar/

w NOME PHONES- 267-1620:\ 2tt7-U'H. ?8$7-Intl
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