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Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
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Creation Date: September 25, 1964
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By A.F, MAHAN Chrysler and Ford would not be Leonard Woodock. UAW vice procedures union representation plier plants around the country when GM I l'AW workers stayed strikes In 0" 1'1'' of their bid /. later rejected a GM pro-
DETROIT (AP) A nation. struck. president and chief of Its CMdepartment In the plants production also will be affected off the Job for III days In support for reeognllh I I t-/dl that the strike deadline I
standards dtacipUnlng of workers within the first half hour of contrast demands JKi extended
wide strike against! General Motors opt'eratone
Disclosure official -
the strike
was and working conditions.: walkouts were reported at 17 The UAW' aim staged local Such sitdow 'fI'd The union also asked GM to
Corp flared today when didnt until after The UAW estimated Its strikeof
come for 44 doChrysler .
major plant/ \ walkouts against GM In )join It in having William E
the United Auto Workers and workers had started would Idle of its The strike deadline leas
already CM 260000 came In production for :m days
are Cleveland IKrt.ln Slink. of federal
They Pittsburgh: 1 support of local grievance director the
the company failed to agree on walking out at Cleveland Ohio 354,000 production workers. than a day after General Motors Dallas, Norwood, Ohio ]demands after a national Even If agreement "RSI been Mediation and Conclllstton ServIce
I new contract by a union imposed Framingham Mass. and else- put its 1965 line of cars on readied national tract
Non-ecrnomlc demands of the Los Angeles ilmington.\ Del contract. was signed on a < sit in on the bargaining
10 a.m. (EST) deadline. \I here. union rather than money, apparently display In dealer fchow rooms., Kansas City, Janesvllle, M Is.?, The second longest( auto Industry the HAW had un TIm firm turned down the pro-
The union, previously negotiated brought about the With the auto Industry one of Lansing!:, Pontiac) Grand; Rap strike In the United: Ions Nil'Itvr tUhli 11( pi-,. ilI'he
three-year pacts at Chrysler DAW President Walter P. strike GM had offered to match the largest users of steel, glass, Ms, Flint and Detroit.) Mich. States came In 191I when UAW on strike )'\ UII sir ke against 1 GM Is a
Corp and Ford Motor Co., final Reuther announced at 10.30 the economic package won at rubber, aluminum, zinc and Frainlngham, Mass, and Fremont Chrysler hourly rated employee their local i.'w select'on' one 'It leaven! In oper
agreement coming only 55 min a.m. that It was with "a great Ford and Chrysler which UAWpresident other metals, a General Motors( \ CalifToday's stayed off the Job for 104 daysIn were' not settled by a t tin etl'>n tli' ae GM 'plants) whkh
sense of sadness
disapplntment" -
utes ahead of deadlines at each. Walter P. Reuther shutdown was certain to be felt GM strike was the suppoit( of a union demand today t'lIlArls\ to rhry.iw, Ford and
he announcedfailure
had estimated worth M cents quickly through every section of ninth major against the for a funded! pension llwrsilny ReuthrrroMxl II- American Motors Corp The
The union took General !Motors General to Motors reach agreement with over the next three years. the nation's economy auto Industry's big three by Prior to reaching Initial \IwrgjilnlnR the dlfferencw ttAW said) It abm would leaveIn
out of 1965 motel production Unresolved issues at the startof In addition to thousands of the United Auto Workers union coiiinuli with GM and his!union and UM be .urfM but announced its plants He was accompanied to a a 24-hour marathon bargain. GM workers idled in the selective The kmgcst strike In the auto Chrysler In 1937. UAW members to binding aibltrntlon GM ImtatrlM) oilier than the
which build and sell parts to televised news conference bye Ing session included grievance walkout, hundreds of sup industry occurred In 194146 staged violent sitdimn I turned down thin offer, and the automotive.


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84th Year No. 116 22 Pages Today .M Titusvllle. Florida, Friday, September 25,1964 :. 5c Per C"py--: Published MoiKliys, Wednesdays and' .VW-; I
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Holiday Inn Contract Signed For; SOllth Titusville

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;' viII. developer baa signed hit
For Sunday .. .. poitlim of a cmJiatt! bttwtcti
the ilr\ik>i<..r.1Id HolliUy Inn
Mulur Com'It tAd. .ent the (,jl\-
The county\ wide LLk. )e't of jxjllu lininunliillon will ill npprovnl.Kitk .
S i. be liHil 'OD SutuUy Srplcmbi-r' 2T mid the company Gill I

r from to a.m. In I p m. build a 1W will mold( Hint! south
The new trivalent oral vaccine, of the 'uufn\ l'lly> ItiniU of Titus-
whip taken In two tlonri light villa whets the till, Us. I Insect
wi A* apart, Immilnliei against IH lh.f raw U\tt lnd V S.1,
all three known drains of unllu JloJMA, )" t)(. romuafiy plan'
T his vaccine alto prevents per ip'i' until, 'm' ItJf wttk r *ttotirltU -
aims fiom being a Carrier/ of Uio a anl,' adev ese rlpaa' end,
dUoiw / t-M., (iietbtlva Sew ..... onit
.J.wr" monthi, of Igf' tf''Y''' I v ( b* fraw on tb r In
and "" OIJtErl't: km nut had a a- M rtlan R!1 to i
complvt oral vacrla Kukn County approval!
kEI lr wlih/n/ the. put year, U urged \'e.rI.' her the buIUiaadln

--- it dos property cad this ,ave Hi for the contract with
feeding llatlcnii,
& llnliilj.. \ Inn

MimI 'lem..r '--" 1'1l1nl lnrlu>l., artording tsp
.. Coquina 'lemant.r Kuk, channel to be rut Into
SIGN CONTRACT II r Kirk right( is shown. hll a
NEW WATER PLANT The architect's rendering of the modern design. The plant will be located on city- B.fvl.w *$.rf) sign|{ the Holiday Inn tontiact' Ike OwriM, comtirol" lie( area from the main Inl.rromUl .

the new Titusville water and sewage plant to be financed owned property near the present plant on Garden St. Parkway lumber HlhCik Icr and accountant look on a* the contract was Mfnod Waterway channel In the
under the w High this S-A i'hotu. liver tu sorts'" available boa)
revenue certificates reissues, shows S-A Photo! morning --
tiarflc lo the mM I Ifs add
that Tom Uru of Gru.. .
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THS Girls Among National Scholarship Semi.Finalists to participate. The vaccine U Council Okays Huge City Budget and Aiawiitt. had waked out
placed on a cube of sugar which ..
the plan on thto and work tluiulrrwiy
la eatrn Qualified .inHlcal per' A record-breaking budget war merits, on the projvcl

Minml will he available at each approved by! tit, I a uaell The city judge) would let l lHJOO Kirk HM mt with the tlti, t.I

2 Honored CompetitionValencia quvatloni.Dlnlrlliiitloti di.lrllMjll. n point to answer any 1 IlIlt Slglit. with only two airiraj- ( per year. a rat..4If' K>UU. try and work nut an *xtn"-an

manta ailded. Don Plink, chairman of an program of utlMba. to the area
points In North The amended budget which IntrrMwi," group' of to* piyrtstummnvM soil, If sum* program, CIR barranged .

Clark and Janis six years tainments, we should recognize As fin.Ii.". UM students will lie Drrvarii! will be located' at Coquina originally called for ll.ma.7U, th* city mamtfcrnn the property will be
Compton scniois at TituiviUe The semi finalist group li composed also that others have contrlbulrd eligible for scholarship award D.yvlw sail" Mimi Klmrnliry '*- was amended t to Include a rula l the fowtrll on tire ....... nimxH. to the *.My
high: School have been named of the highest scoring significantly to their success by ponnored by NMSC and about achool' \plus\\ I'arkwayJunior In pay lor the pounrll and) th* Mink sppaared and UidkNilcd The mulll'mMlMI dollar motet'
sunifiniilihU, In the nationwide students. In each slat and in encouraging& the characterlitlcs 230 business corporiliun, fuuaddtiont High and Gibes 1111111 city Jiidgr, nut IneltuM In the ales changes the up.Mnltk wW bet utr.np''slip" Imatrd. directly
1004-SI Merit Schulanhlp compvlitiun U. S, territories which produce high achievement college, union, trusts, StlHNll, cirllliiHl buiigit. wanted In are Inhaled. In the acre: n" river from. the
according to Principal Each acmi-fimilut now moves The semifinalists thus proflonal aituciationi, and .In* A donation of 50 rents per dim This rounoll mrwiU'ri now builnH Hawtvrr the ruMwll fabuliou "moon pmt" and abuul
Truman C Scarborough. a step closer to winning a four bring honor not only I lo themselves dividual. I I. Irving naked to help drfray the srlllng $1100 fr year with the pasts" the tau".rot.* written Mir lode" Ir,,/'" Hi,. NA )A l.UA.AI" e.
lie laid they became semifinalists year Merit Scholarship to the but also lo their familiea coat of the vaccine and to pro- mayor receiving $UOO.: ',uldtern with the nurndiiinl \ i., "I)" nn aittii, paled
through their outstanding college of his choice. SemMirvIliti their leichen, and their com la Ibis .lait phase of the tun- vile for liaise who may be able .' 112(10( per ycii * petition, the high trhiml In dnnal Trrwrna" unable to die |1800 1I/"Jr, U: .--*. .'tj- .
performance on the National ah must substantiate their munitl grade mtii /" : mcrJu plate' "f work ivhr" < :to -';atctt.MSII
Merit Scholarship Qualifying qualifying tnt performanc on (restive accompllihrnenU, lead "nat.I will rrrrlv the ae 'ln. It -- ------ -
Test, a teat of educational development a second examination, be endorsed To Increase their, opportunities etihip qualities. extra currlcular )I. rrrommrixM that parrnl .t(
!given In flare than by their schools, and fulfill to obtain financial aialatance, if activities! and! ichonl ritUeiwhlp company chlblrrn un'lrr 1 II yean
17,000 high schools last March certain routine requirements they need it, the Merit Corporation of the student will be evaluated of age
-W. are honored that two of to become Finalist All Merit sends the name of aemlbnaUib along with" their' scores on the Th! laWn Oral Runday (SOS! )
the 14,000 aemi-flrwliiiU in the Scholars are selected from the to all regitmally aecred, letU About April 28. IIM}, ai the Immtmliatlon project, la
United States are students. at rinalist group Pled eekageo sal unver Hir and lIMo names of the Merit Scholar bring termeds/ '|, "'IIIr." by
to other scholarship granting will b* announced the exact all Klwanli( tlulw In BrevariiCninly
TituftviHe/ High We are poaolbiy "Semi finalists! are repre* irtutivt
one of few hith tetuxAi in of our country's moat In- agenete and financial aid sourea. number rlrpendiiig on the rxUtit. In **>ft.U..n with the t 11j ? ..iyr
the nation with two ao honored" IdileclHaUjr aM young people," Shtddrt .hew that about 50per of sponsor support of tINt MtitIVogram HrwH Medical "H'>H'IHy and the
Scarborough atd Mid John M. SUlnaker, pre.l- tent of the ..."AnalMs obtain In IM4 NMSC' and I'liarniarrutfeal Aitorlatbin .la.
Miss la dent of the National Merit financial aid from Murce apnnaor together/ awarded about addition many tKhrr pr'ifttikmalml '
Complon the daughterof
other the the Merit Program I.62J Merit. Sxholanhlp. chic organtiailiMu and! ha.dietlusts -
Mr. and Mrs thigh Compton Corporation."They
ira ,providing' vullmter! "
365 Darkens Avenue pour the talcnta and III peat t year, skeet 9per Each Merit BrhoUraWp fc a *. iUnr. *. Anyone ./h, .tiK. .aIn I
Moan Clark i* the daughter of (qualitii necessary for leadership cent of the term'finntiat have four-ytir award. to cover the wM In In* prvjrrt, I'louM call
Mi and Mrs Norman Clark, 177 ID/ the future They are btwom tihaliali All finalists" undergraduate. college yean. 2(7 CMIh .
Donna Drive re."uI'dul.i nat i working and tarries' a Certificate' of Merit in
an>., i r .their outitavdingperfoimame
Ing Both Tituavilte, girls have schools been for the.th past lid- r-f, / tVn '." their at recognition 1/1 the program M. Beach JC's Hot Backing Move

Anf ropnrt that *I.May Tll' vttie and dims Jk; .?ra P
ere' grtr pa la) trnar) 4 Count are npfMMil. "S Optimist (Club bare ruled< to support the |.f H.km three M tile W" ho ..VM.
fur removal' of the cUll berry wrjl on II, emph f jttx: El-: i
51.i I' erreeeeW', WienCerro. tlxl 'Uw iMtni. broach r,, &.
Sponsors Dinner peehlesl ., Ike $.1.1V'JrM l "h<'i give mw than a 'lr I 'Jro'f'1I' Jaycees aril w to UM rtMrnla. t4 all:J + ,., i r rns
Tituwillr OptimUt Club w 3fXPO'or v Mar A4h'ev/e/ y......... areas wf Ilse eeusdy
a 'public I spaghetti dinner. ",..... brMefckM raertkroses are
at Sand Point! ,la a' interview lorn JM tt-
nrxt Sunder Sept27th >*iH intMn easy rvarh *f aitr4riili
ttariiog at I p m Th pub nap Berry ai4 'Ik*** HI imtf awl Ikfj frrnvil all!
be i I' "lnv.ieil. sad. tirkrU win be 10 layers nrgMIMttMM. fa| It* rri tN 1MIftoIp" lIMe 1M u.1 ass-,
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insight. awl WIt, of ffcr people. ti DM rouidr
tomorriiw club Members lhNor .s of Noe .tbal an s9oeeeI "I "17lFA'tt'l(5' l( : Aultortcal 1 .t.
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hose of die .'lamer 'Th* Ndhmrse. ...... Jaye mrf '., wrtwrt.*** any aa. q". i oatm minted' u. lento City. ( ..unionimittUd v I I..' ,iI i- : '. ..i,,01// II n r tin. : "
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EditorialsFootball Faulk Heaps "Coals" Un

FeverThe i I

annual siege of football fever has definitely de-
emended on Titusville aa was very much in evidence atfcraa Heads Of CommissionersNorlb

). Field last Friday nightA

crowd conservatively estimated at 5,000 turned
out Brevard' County Commissioner In June for the acquisition 'for the King, la explaining his refusalto
for the Terrier
opening against Sanford and
game GUI Faulk flailed the additional property for the court second motion, said
saw 48 minutes of a good brand of football that ended county' Jaycce Involved in the house annex, and hid also appropriated that he felt the money should not
in a 13-13 tie court home move and turned the approximately! $100- be expended until the outcome

While Sanford is a traditional rival and brought a bucket of coals on (he held.. o( 000 for the purchase of the referendum, I if one is called
and Is held. however,
good of hit fellow commissioner yesterday "We've worked long and hard
following supporters, local fans really turned out "I'm fearful of what a referendum -
to support the home team in their underdog role, and saw Fiulk for this," Faulk said, in telling would do because of the
unsuccessfully attemptedto of the lime expended by the com
them rise to the occasion and deadlock the much heavier get commission approval and mission's purchasing agent' for lack of knowledge! of the people"

visiting, team. action nn acquisition of property the property, Dick Spongier He said he felt that Washington
located In the !Vt acre tract his yet D. C. fairly representedthe
Five more home games which pit the Terriers against previously Faulk then turned quiet
of the nation
people as Tillihissee
approved by the com million on the County
Cocoa thunderous tone
Melbourne, Colonial, Seabreeze and Satellite, will represented the citizensof
for the use of the courthouse Jayeee and others pushCommissioner -
offer local fans the opportunity to see more good foot. annex His motion died for a 'lack groups ._ Florida, although the two capItols -
ball here while games played away at Cocoa Beach, Ly- of a second as commissioners -- ire not In tho population

man, Eau Gallic and DeLand will attract Titusville fans Dick Muldrew and George King --j center
by the hundreds.One sat quietly very evidently opposed "There is a lot of interest on
to the motion. to I the part of so many people In
thing about football that makes it the number lf. ., Ai.. ... ._:. A :_ _.. "Mr. Chairman", Fiulk said, Ii II i moving the county seat to a more -
one sport with so many spectators is that records, statis- I central location, that I feel it
DISCUSS TOURNEY Jack Miller, City Sand Point. Miller, a Jaycee also tour. if the members of this board 1 .
tics, weights, etc., can oft-times be thrown out the window Recreation Director and Bob Waklroup, nament director Shown on the right are fall to mike a decision becauseof Inappropriate at this time to take a

when traditionally rival teams meet each is allowed Field Manager of the Titusville Jaycees the trophies which will be awarded to the in snorted movement of a few 1I I up land acquisition and addition
only eleven men on the field at one time. discuss plans for the State Jaycee Softball top three teams.S-A Photo. people In this county to move the expense.
!, Moral which starts here courthouse, we will sit here 'However, I agree with Mr.
support such as was extended to the local grid- tournament, tonight at Mae'
stagnant and not accomplish any Faulk on his statement that only
ders Friday night means more to the team effort than one thins" a few people will benefit from the

realizes. Let's continue to support our Terriers and cheer And directing his blast at commissioners move while the many people

them on to greater heights as they play their hearts out "I Run A Straight And King and Muldrew, who work at the courthouse here
for T. H. S. he said.: in Titusville, will be inconvenienced
"" you fall to second this motion by having to move their
because of a 'vote' factor, families to the new county scat
; A Rare Breed you're not a proper member of or face the long trip back andforth"
this board", Indicating the two ,
Longshoremen at the port of Galveston, Texas represent Upright Office": Carlile commissioners failed to second Muldrew said, "J suggestedfive (

a rare breed, apparently not known to exist as far the motion because of political or six months ago that the
as Washington circles are concerned. reasons. Fittfc county acquire a larger piece of
lie told the commission that the property, about 40 acre, somewhere -
The U. S Labor Department, according to an Associated Commission Chairman Joe Mrs. Johnston contends.. that If precinct In wbkh: they formerly body hid approved a resolution In this area or maybe
Press release, has charged that these longshoremen"work Wlckhim libeled "political" the a person votes In a precinct In lived. Ing the courthouse removal Indian River City. I believe that

too hard and It cannot Joa: In the best Interest of the allegations of GOP candidate for which he doe not live, the eloct- She pointed, la I letter received "You know (he Jaycees are a even with the 3''4 acres additional
health supervisor of registration that Illegal Ion cm bo challenged:: and set aside from secretary of state Tom great organization and have done property the county would soon
of the to hard labor
men on at such
carry a pace voting was evident In the and she added, "Mr. Oresler *- Adams after the list election, "We Want great things In the county, but outgrow the facilities"
all, day, much less day after day list election and would he evident has also charged that this la which stated: "The office of the they ire being: used as a tool He continued with the belief
This unusual situation came to light in a Labor Department In the coming general election. true." Supervisor of Registration was by small groups of people.It's that a downtown area Is not feasible -

report, one in a series, on Atlantic and Gulf very well organized and operated. an unhappy thing that many since property I I. not ivill-
Poits.. But, the report discloses, the men like it that way Mrs. Barbara Johnston, of Coco Mrs. Carlllo answered the Edna Carlllo his a staff that Is To Help""We're things the Jaycees could do will able for the expansion he felt II 1
not be done because of their efforts
charges saying that It Is Imposslblo -
Beach, the candidate seeking the coming
and resist any efforts to add more men to longshore gangsor well orgsnited and trained, dedicated of moving the courthouse,"
keep with residentsa
position held by veteran supervisor and quite capable. In my "I don't believe we should ex
slow the pace of the work. the 'buck', he Slid
they move about within tho not
Mrs Edna Carlile passing lot of right .
alleged/ opinion, there U little room for pend money now
Almost unheard of isn't it? Here lies the key: A uni that she had found "Indications county She Indicated that she Improvement la her office. ladles, we'r trying to help "The Jaycees are prostituting until this Hung is settled He

que incentive pay system is in effect in loading cotton of largo scale illegal\ voter registration send cards out ind voters even He went on to ssy, "Other than solve your problems," commission the operate charter," Faulk under laid which In criticizing they said he felt I if the court house

and men who are able to stand the pace can earn as and potential Illegal vot go so far as to send back the few Isolated oversights and un chairman Joe Wickham the Jaycees movement for stays, a large tract! of land shouldbe
much as $O to $10 per hour, the report points out. ing" and petitioned the commission intentional Irregularities, the elec. North patiently Brevird told a mothers delegation complaining location of the courthouse. purchased so "we can build "a
house right here.
decent court
While the Galveston situation is admittedly in sharp for action"Investigation" and remedial thus In this county was conducted about the conditions of Faulk continued his quiet, yet He said he felt the groups be
contrast to other there Is completely within the provision which their child- vehement tone
many ports no seniority system the roads on hind the relocation drive were
Johnston her of the election Insofar
Mrs summarized code.
in hiring union officials want to keep it that way, complaint on Information she slid were conversed"Chairman is myobservations ren must walk to meet school There are three groups, Faulk in "intelligent group of young
even though employers control the hiring. They must t busse said, that ire vitally Interested people who feel that people in
she received! from Slit Rep. Wickham accused The women, led by Mr. R. In relocating the court house: the county would rather have the
have something( going' here. ,\u'that they treasure highly, and James Dressier. She said Dressier Mr*, Johnston of politic by saying L. Polk of Mim, said the delegation attorney, so they might not have courthouse In I more central lo
lightly should.. had business michlpe tabulator "I feel this is a political issue. find gone to the school so far to drive to practice law; cation." ,
? Individual incentive is, always has been and 'always card flats of registeredvoters I Y I think It'. fine you have board for aid to provide walk abstractors, for the same reason 'Faulk Indicated( '(hat vlcf,chair-1\

Jwtjjt: IP? one of the strongest personal characteristics with lists of phone numbers brought this before the board, wiys, pave roads or widen them and prisoners from Central Bre man Lee Wenner of Cocoa, presently
,Brought over on the Mayflower and handed down and addresses and that manyof but I have seen no affidavits to to protect children on their way yard "who tan stay home and go In New York to find out U
generation those were In error In that substantiate your claims M to school busies They also said to Jail." the relocation move would affect
after generation here in America. Those who many people, he had found, had Mrs. Johnston answered! this they had isked for school sign Fiulk reminded the commission the $1 million bond Issue for the
would curtail its practice and natural rewards are moved from their precinct and J "t with: 'We're basins our Information to protect children as they must again that it had authorizedthe expansion of the present courthouse
,endeavoring to "hamstring" one,' of the basic principles had not registered. on what Mr. Dressier said walk across state highways to agent! to negotiate for this facilities and the county \

ivhicHhas J : contributed greatly to our heritage. "Mr Cirllle says the sole responsibility He has quoted that tho list he his, meet busses. land and "h< has done so In good Jail, was in favor of approving
of not the Wickham told the delegationthat faith" and seemed them of fail the land acquisition and slid
::JtT>ur hats go off to these Galveston longshoremen. reregistering lies may represent true voting had indicated this
In the registrant but Mrs Johnston list" the school board created ing to execute the purchase under that Wenner
.Way their tribe Increase sA"fcslauranleur V said (ho law states Mrs. Mrs. Carlile, who has come un the problem by the construction their own authorization. to him and Spangler,

Carlllo has an obligation to Inform der a barrage of criticism lately of schools and it fell on .
Wins OneA these people that they must from COP sources, defended her the conimission to try and get -
reregister" Richard Tillman, an office by saying "I run a straight the children, vho walk, to the ,
three-judge federal panel In Birmingham, Ala., ruled advisor to Mrs. Johnston stated. Mr. Edna Cirllle and upright office" schools safely, He said that the I ,ot
recently that the public accommodations section of commission didn't know where

the Civil Rights Act is unconstitutional the schools were going to be
as applied to a
Ml LA Roads built until they were built and
Birmingham restaurant.The ,j FHA Stops AllTo then people expect sidewalksand

panel of Judges ruled that.t.,Congress violated the paved! streets Immediately,

Fifth Amendment in applying} the public accommoda- which is impossible.He r

dations section In the Act to the restaurant in the case told the women if they

at hand. The ruling did not state whether the panel con Close SubdivisionsState wanted their street paved, it
would have to be done through
sidered the public accommodations section unconstitutional
in assessment program and if
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.". as applied to all restaurants and county roads entering they wanted the street widened

The Birmingham restaurateur had asked for a temporary tho Merrltt' Islaml', Launch The Federal (Housing Admin. A major home builJoi in North they would have to give a portion -
injunction and order U. Area (MlU) of the John F Kennedy Itratlon announced of their front yards to haveIt '
restraining against S. At. Thursday! Unit Brevard lists one of the basic
torney enforcing the section against him. His restaurant Spare Center will be closed it docs not plan to approve any problem. is FIIA'S experimental done. r; :: .
to the
public lifter November ,
is only ,casually connected with interstate commerce, 1. : more subdivisions in Brevard policy of allowing Issuance of Rev Joe Boatwrlght of the a y t
County In the near future Property Eligibility: Statements Mims Baptist Church said
catering for the most part to local customers. \
Dr. Kurt H Debus Spice Hie announcement, mali by 'In &Lei) of conditional : commit "You people (the commission)
This ruling, which has been appealed to the Supreme Crater Director' stated the roads Wayne Olfenhiuer, assistant director ments. get excited about the mosquito

Court, is, in direct conflict with the judgment of a three. would be closed In "the mired of the MIA office( In T.m. The builders association, he problem and the drainage problem
judge panel in Atlanta, Ga which held the section was of safety and security" pa, stated that too many housesare sold, opposed use PES policy on but it will tike a child Brevard
being, built in Brevard and the grounds it would favor massproduction getting killed before you act on HAPPY BIRTHDAY The 4-H Club of County
constitutional an earlier case. It, too, has been appealed After Nov. 1 entry to the MILA yesterday with a birth- ,
the action was taken to curtail by a few builders, re- relieving these situations." surpr.sed the county commision
to the.Supreme Court installation will be limited to construction. The notice was effective suiting In overbuilding In some Wickhsm reacted quickly to day cake. in honor of the 50th anniversary of the 4-H"
The Alabama judges ruled that if Congress "has the those hivtig of Win) business Monday areas, and it the same time, this statement, telling the pastor clubs in the nation. Mrs. Glenda Newsome assistant home "
naked power"1 to do what it attempted to do in the public with NASA or the U S, Air Forceor The restriction Is not 100 percent would penalize other' bdilderaHe that the commission memberswere demonstration agent, brought three local members to

accommodations section "rights of the individualto to commuting employees andpersons effective, Offenhiuer said, further commented that the family men and that they tell the commission of 4-H club work Left-to-r ght, >
of the
and in dire touring as guest but. builder wanting to dart anew policy had worked is feared were doing what they could a* Brook Humphreys, a student at Brevard Junior College;
liberty property are peril Director or Commander subdivision would hive a 'ind now they're going to. mike fast a* they could with what they LaVina Hannum. Titusville High, Chairman Joe Wick
Title 11 of the Civil Rights Act, one of the highly A I'.mile stretch of the highway difficult lima obtaining FIR ip- It hird on ill builders" hid to work with. ham and Kathleen Mendenhall, of THS. S-A PhotoWVW

controversial ones in the Senate debates, states that no from north of the communIty prove I. is the number of house! I' ..... ..... + .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
restaurant may refuse service to pny, person because of of Courtenay to near lime! already built exceeds the foreseeable ( I .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .f ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ... ..... ..... v..... "... .. .. .. . #;

his race, color, religion, or national origin, either if it over Canal la 'to be blocked) off demand lor some time. I
and guard files placed at each ,I 1%
serves or offers to serve interstate travelers or a substan Wrong Young NOYEAR'SWAIT
end. Within the area of thes 1 I
tial portion of the food which it serves has moved in interstate gates, the Spice Agency I* constructing ,
Oops we goofedIn
commerce. $730 million worth of '
a report of the charter committee
The broad and sweeping terms used in this section, as luts fscllitie to the for Moun.launching astro-. appointed by Mayor Bill O FOR

pointed out in the debates, may be construed to apply Walker we misunderstood! the
generally and thus pose as violative of the Fifth Amend- Three points of acees will be mayor and listed Bib Young, a
operated to 1t00n\llIIal. thane council candidate. as a memberof THIS HIGHER RATEvl
ment of the Constitution of the United States. having business m the NASA the committee It should have

The Johnson Administration and the Congress, In Installation: At the west entrance been Councilman Dr. Glenn-

their "election year" efforts to put an end to racial discrimination to the Orslno Causeway a half- Young appointed to the committee
have muddled the situation and left leeway for miles east a fthe US. 1 "1ft'- along with Chairman Bob Savings left by the 10th of any month earn from the

an endless barrage of law suits to decide the constitutionality change and the' ciusewayi at Feeney.! City Manager Cleveland # 1st. Savings insured up to $!0,1100 ($30.000 for a husband
the south entrance to SR AlA; Talmadge. and lily Attorney .. and wife) br !FSLIC a permanent agency of the U. S.
of various sections of the Civil Rights Act the present pats mist indentiflrstlon Dive Porter, Government
This is attributable to the absence of "legislative station it the South Gate

findings" usually traditional In measures of this nature on SR 401. BJC Cheerleaders

and scope clearly defining the constitutional status Two additional entrance will :nm.i IStRate l Sat '
cable thereto appli be NASA available or Air only Poire to persons badge with or Two RPM Tilusvill were named Rich to the graduatesof cheer Current Dividend t t' ) ing$

Just when, and what, the Supreme Court ruUng credentials: On SR iota about a leading squad at Brn'ard Junior Compounded _.._" .k locI..uo.o'T.ltulvili.
: .
half-miles east of Tttuavdecauseway College thin week -
might be on the public accommodations section of the SemiAanuillyOj
Act i Is anybody's guess. Weeks and possibly months of and en SR AlA abouta Pit Sturchio and Ruthy Kith-" Downtown Office Branch Office
uncertainty and confusion loom ahead. half.miles ouch of Ilaulover ert. were !both veteran cheer" .a 9 to 3 Dally. Also 4 to 7 Friday WuJdagtoa at Mala 145 N. CoqulaaI
Cinil. leaden for the Tl'fI ifrl.

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i I'' ..,'' -I..lm' Ili', ".Invd, ,. wh.h'Ii I' 1'ARU ,'''ll' 'tT1' : AND HY TifF: nn PII71IHI: ,II, II I II", i1rcnnritt .
J. F. .Nlw. ot you. 164 ad.Id. .. fUMs.JOT NO :33U; 'j ; 0. nn: iiitKni' i .Ml jwulrrdto
Jaycee Wives Langley Blau: of MAY 4 WALUMJtSrrTY ITANI Srir rise ,drltu, .nr ,iaskn4wkM :
LA, also kas s so l.VrIA Pla1MIet P _I WHIlIl they mwr h." ." .*)MM Mid
.... o.e.a.d. 1.1.. of "A'.I, rla ::1111I. .....,. !. the. .ff "r Ik* Cunt.
I ItmwMI. Cmitly riorlrt.. to tk.. JRAS "'AI..... I INSstWKrtp Jft r f Drr.irh .1 I.nly, ".rld..
Hold Dies Couab Jules* or Ilr.vaM j ''n tat .. ."...'... xl I THlMVlllrK ,,
MeetingThe Wednesday Pl.rlmshau. *, TNu,=: HI'IT rout nraodse'i ,, >rtm. TI. .mlnil
L norM. irllhln ...umMiita .I,,"., TO: Hrtu Jr"n vrh.: iA L4NlIIITtlS. TITI'. .....Ih. I."nl I rh.' ..tea, af id. firm
I Srasn I ihr. iim.. .t w11sM Ma r: n : VILC. ,.a.o.llA is..105550. of 'hl, sail. taro<:
TiUtsvUle J yce wives Joseph Fred tangle. 67 late mUM er Ikta s.il'e., Fix... lM: aa_ I 'h.ram 1 I'ark III:' I O. LANUWWM.: T7 rlska' as' A.mlr.l m...l k*. M writrnklim .
'ly .f New died! I will k* k..r. met Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. Smyrna early men .br In manner sad. f::i niMirrr IMn nk I H. r04I'TlJN.' At : J tan* w MMMrinl\ < bl l law. Mat .Inn t . ,
at the First Federal Wednesday : > m .n.1' nr Ikr I lx hnnni' .d rout ha. own,.
Friendship Iii cjSRorroxtX MSJIk... III wr\r. .vroW to bv Ilir 01..1"11'.. kl. **>MI. n.
Boom Lsmgley a former resident of AMMr or I Inillni in .Ik. O...> a.a m Ik* ink UY *f Mr A H. .Mk Mtornry ,n it' will ba"omsao..etlS "
North Uemn IlIIaed and ....t. to p, Nt M ( .I IIM. nMIH 05 ihr itUlnilff auarese f ISM M5* *. k* Uuw'ol..l! 55d VSjM to INW I tLOx.
Ura. Donald Ueanxk aanoun wn- CfdMit I.. Ls.elas I : rt.. 1r., si I ICmMM ... at Plar. smrs; Kii/AnKTH M"." '" '
cfi (Mat Mrs Urn *r' *t the once popular CribSmllher' -- -- Hlrw."l a HnllKWl.' HW .Ma. UANurroN'ti'NimM" 't"now a TTON. A'IIn1IIr.Iru.' '' mm
Cannon was I fHlm A5"in",' ruuuir( "',,"d.,. COMPANY a ....ri,'.mlliiit. with II* 'l.l.m'nlau..f. lift. KUI,
tae winner In Uu Nassau Raffle Club, was a retired itN: THB rl'jr.D CXJIRT Or M. .'.. ,,t.ilnl Aiwwrr urI .' I..-r al r.Illinium s t T|. I ul kllul: 'Hi I H"Imn. 'k/.. I
Policeman of Baltimore. Md HK KlXTll IIIIII\.UW 'ill 511.. .ttk' of ''h.. ft t'I.k, IIKKN Altl) t 01'NTTIt J. ho". 1':1110",10: Hnln**. ilrrmnt ..
Tkket sale Thj prate la two free 1'l'IT i iw AND: ross .Ih'.. i"11 .ull I'Tart an iir tie' atsis'' .( Kloittii nil where-i I JOHN: MIVOT of Ik. firm .
tUnwrs, compliments of the He is survived fcy his wife. 1'l5'CIIA45 MTY rt.oisw. h.,. Ill u ..Uof (\e,_.. 55 M* or, 1In Mun dhl *. It* .t Shrtrl. NkrMnl. JUInntMtwn / ,
IN V1Y N(1 muds2111 A If Ju fill. t to lit\ .o. juilirniMt'k Mrti rtkr .f nVplMhrr. A H. 111M *... far AA5IMUlrmrlr, 1
Torch Club Josephine; brothers Lexon, Les' E lit buses 1.1at HEal : ibfiuli will I M liken' i.>UW la 'k* fll.rt In 'Ilir. affl- ol .M.nl" ,1, n 01 itn !. n. 1'1' 'rrl IlMI... I
Ue, Rhode .f Baltimore. it I iilliM voi, r:>t the r ...t' :ilr.MD4 Ikr. vrlnry. nf SUIr. if ,Ikn Mint .- -
Un James Lenn, president .:+ six HR<>>WKTO I.\; ssviNOM ..I In 'the t'.imulnlnlI ', of PlnrliU. ik* MNilfnr !!'i Suns II tll' IPI'I IS' It1.Y'
asked ( He was a member of the New 'RANK_ a N w .. IhNklnePlUhllff, I I ). nl ,'HDNHa1J II Till. idle nmusM ..= MnSTnti SOnJftriurldn : 1//11 .111 Dk5DNntlV
.r a vote to be taken en a 1_"....... lioI: .
Srnvrna Moose rllt. *. tills Illk ilny of .IIIt*. .k .wi.. Ik* 1a'ull.s (*
candidate' for District Chairman Club and the *f luck iHiniuMllonKaw I. herhv hips lk.l N, r
Northmde Civic Association andW411 'llr.11 nAttKHH. (Nurkn. : : IkcrctaM. ihr aeuMmy afMM A ('SsU. M 5 l15l'e kohl., .d; J ,
Mrs Dale Freeman' wag elected v.'III 41Feat l l"rr" nlOnunty $ unanimously Mrs Virgil Mullen a former member of the WAMOR n UIITH, sad,\ : ;11ar11s:: -'r.; ::, kr In MrttaflMttkt day fit Miv A D IIM9. hot '
North Merntt Island Chamber tools AI"I'IUI D sail'1'H, hi.wtr. a,: \' w H. vilrrUwtonrl sa,. sad.........* *f ik* l I.w fIItoI l wm I I., nv .ffle* sad l km
burg was appointed Hospital .. D.uuN' have own iMimnllrl, withIN mart pull, Hiliiti,,,, for s Ian derl. l lM
of Commerce. I",'''." 11 k.*. I....... l....... Isis inim ,'-
Favor Chairman by Mrs Lot an. : Mil 1.W4>'AI'N: 1 b nNEll'aR: ARYI WtTNkJIM MNKRBOPI ..l. ....1.....<... I** r.illowln
Dress chairman Mrs John Settle Funeral Home In New /, y y ?sNr A A mil Mat..LA ft li; kkv* hri.until, sal mt k iiilKit ; 4.5.5,55054 prolaelv" ta the ('sUnlY

Lane Smyrna in Sh'r MICH" hi.'0"wW.,,,. 1--' I Tk/m.Tr': fViirt5 NIIilrowrl). lllf *f rilirldn Im
announced that extra material charge of arrangements e attfMTt ata I.. Imv.kaa ,, I a,
Is available for all members : e1.m I S O VIIM>I r..r 'INAIII/ttt nl TUhikiKir*, i ho. LYDNah 1'1..11'' '111 1'I.t. A as so,
SH Pita ml' ,tkr. KLHVKNTM: asp
Anun *
plat' huok' : I '"
who wish to make the Jay. 't aa.. yf s. a it. rail ARTS to II fupniue Kit BUY "NtltiriBDIhm I tMukVllln. F'wMsSept nr nt.1'TKMflltlt. A l>, ISM Omni Trn. A pas...... Drlrsvlaa ,
fee wives shift: drosses Those Mother q ha, been mod l iiulnul: ; a you.Mana1, In Its.ebnsw ; i all M. of Quints <'Sa. by dip ab.ee Tk. ._MnM nf I tk* ..1 ii| ironHy .
BICYCLE TOURIST mni>ilproiwrlv '
A Hilton who IFrtAI
Interested may call Mrs. Lane a' left l'lalntll't. 'She .hl il .. .HUMIkt .ilil I nrrtldcul'I.
iu l Ina.
2670337. Nashua, N.H!. on July 27 on his bicycle admires the Indian eadu .. .. taAuwnM I IV TIIK I1IUIIT t'OIHT OK. H.H l IYri.) ItMlN01II t.limt w>. lii ihr. nun of Wllllnnt

River during a rest stop here Tuesday.'Bicycle' Ida.J.'T''Is A'fW, )a"evsdtaiI aiUJlkl1: THE NINTH/ J"IIl'UI. --.. --. MnkNMk' ... said|IwliilrI | '. nrilfi, .ir hall. r* r*'
Mrs Lovan called the bu lne81mlf'tinll Jellies For One Ibe M'1 ihs'. ..wf eaurd5d" I UNIT tvl'N'f'IAJltmA' IN AND run \ Ii: OK Mil. KT 4nJ ...OKI.*!,.. w law .ih..

to an encl at 9 a.m., at I".t lI..uk. U al i !>.., MPllbth tiiANtrn' vti ;JSITINO t'11I.1 wkMii. n m a0 wnn'rt1' I a.M unjH-Hy. ta .I Ih.ilr...hlnlf.t,nhr" .t"l t : \ :bw
Hvtnnlt of nroMtiltWHMt Yas, >r tirrh nnirMml |"kt<1kvii.ririVhSr
which (Hire lionesses Mrs. John ABERDEEN, S.D. (AP) A Tourist Pedals From N.H. Kloili' I I"I III lit M r II lit lilSI.TXDA reel iiiiilltuii.r. ,In u, .t 12 Mi .110. I51INN
flm MotilHv' Hi ih. if
TOP ART!: KKUIIRKn ,In fit. i'
I Lane and Mrs. 'bouncing" baby girl of 10 PAKKH. rfowmhci .
Virgil Mullen. AD
isss Aiinwr "tub Uii ilmk. .t tlirLwirl 'P. :: Hill wklrk Intkr
burg took over' to provide an pounds plus was born Thursday Richard:! A. Hilton, a 24)car. a physical loflallt'llt10 tent my mill. I" o5i I' a .'
lour of games and icfreshmenU night to Mrs Andrew )Fischer old resident of Nashua N II. left stamina" tai:MATUAIkriaN fMmifT. ." Atiomrv.f U. .IttvlNa... '
Hostesses for the next meeting 31, who gave birth to quintuplets home on his bicycle on July 27 Hilton said he has ('OOM PI irliU:: nei Uli>r Ib inn I TO, rmVAT.nRMInlSK I :o..JI.: > >. ;164e,1 Ian .ifftluj fTkT All MMrirrk R. I4Ipa.
: met lots Seth ;
bMr IM4 If MU tall I Mbblh/re, '" (AMn ten. NI)0' ) l''Ju.I': : .
will be Mrs a flute over a year ago. 1964 and rolled Into Tilusv.;:.L! aiKTTP PARKS 1 ;nil' <',urt. ntrvirif'
Robert McConnell II
of fine people! and has worked at S OIXI IMrfMMO Will "IWvnltfxl 1Ww. \... 4, Thonloeltl.Nslt .. ... raunlv. .lto.I.1a
The baby who weighed 10 milnx' sal for she, >'" "xicrrll( of lb. Hi'. Will .kr.
and Mrs. Albert Bender. Tuesday.} Sept 22 after 58 daysIn odd turollmi "/'Ir,' U I.. '11'i Hli
jobs to help sustain him on 'IM 4pnwM<- pounds 7 and .Wan l HI rt 0, .
ounces measured I i 'H (PH. ) IMITO .
Members ani which he covered some 400 the trip Ue cams his fund 'mv himil mil the Tot AUK: IIKHRMYth NOTI"'J' <: l ik* IHMII' if rrmklns' unim' niiilwl ..
guests present by -
211 Vj inches and the mother miles os of wM Oaiiri' 1 .! Hr.v were: Mrs Wimpy Mann, Mrs were doing well at M Luke doing yard work or anything cu.ylilt: ;Sill dar cot "01''''''' 'hiss INN ...lii.t yolk mil viiu. l >l *f ituhllml. "f nnlli' of ails! IlSfi.w'.Nrii..Jii' : "i lL*', *"'/<. 1
Albert Bender, Mrs James to- He is on his way ta Key Islam needing done about the ilare, be, 5MCumla asp. "lIlred l in air, 0 'I'V' or I sad Ikfii. 'lu 'ihr .IIr.olll'lI, af .Ik..* I. IN AN0 1011 1
Hospital ( TYI .
a spokesman reported. : R naMWClrk vur ...... nr iiUillni in tin knliitt 4u wiiUr: ilm van, Mrs Donald Hcaeock, Mrs sandyliaired mother of ten orada where, he has frion's!' IIi "I \'* hired pretty well, I weigh v"fIt umult Court uiiUIM on 'Ik* lncniiff' a1 t. 111* Rasmisa.1' f MM m'.'
hopes to End e,1 ; Mviuwlirihimly :: Tlawnnl I, SlsYa, Jr. ICIl'Itulls Inc wkhw A., .nrsten will 1'e ; lJAIt'\o l.f/e
Dale : a job and work 4'd 1 140 1 when I lift ,
Freeman Mrs Jesse! Fish children lapsed into sleep shortly home and OI rK Avrnur. .., Tllnnrini.. rinr. | MM. la H'. 'l?n' I wnrr. s n4Hriljlrrnl '
d, Mrs John Hopkins, Mrs after the birth and there was awhile when he reaches Ms den that s what I weigh: anw," he ,Co rk' rmii t In' .ail fll I.I Ih* arislesl l iinww I Ir .wrr will rrimlu. ("InHflil 1'IUJlI.\TT"\" :\! l! tinalmn and then **\. St. Oil. J, t. IS .rtt.1 I IM4ix > iih ntii In Ih* irn *r id* I ane ...,1,,_ eearnm5 55 n.i.iiff
Ifcmg! Ak'flis Mrs Robert WeOnnril I no Immediate comment from strike out said. :lork *t ilruull four. Urrvnr I unlrr **ltl) *anltl'Ih 'j .
_. :
Mrs Wm Ballard Mrs her again. this time probably fur "I. hope to work and pedal -- -- iiinly fuiirlknu*. Tniuvlll, : nJM my .__
ikukla as as' oroN" IM' ash day nf S). >k.il. net kr linkk .. ..'u'.
Virgil Muiknburg Mrs John Andy Fischer 19, was at the California. way across the entire U. S.." he THE f'1I'\'IT' coi'HT or ,f Ih'tnlle. He.(. It yes tall luAn I dtutii. to one iinni, ._...1 TO, MA HI, (1 I'ox who.ro.*. ..."|-" ,

Lane, Mrs. William II Clark and hospital and took the news in When asked hat prompted his said, aiming his Inks south on ..wr:\ : TII AMD I JIDlrlU.Km IIKKVAIII<'IM) lIP IsbsU,.... a .y'1..1.. ..... sus Nu...tar.".-l.... will..- twrtta: ftl,'Mf M*>IV Mom: ,ikntinfloiltn Mow t. l At MTH. Nnuth Indian Nlr.M )141

Mrs. Sieve Pantano good stride except for one trip he said, "I I think II wax Just U. S. 1Mi'tm ICHAIX'aNT; KIUA, lion. ANaaM1.'A III ,". ranqMiss.DATxt5 ,. 1..111 hsol.uuaaaad". rTun. Ya"ar* kvrriy. ;; IIItI.\, ; '\ ikm a
thing He said he and his NO StSM .1. TNaavile. PIe11a .. Ill.1. .....1. IMeans. baa h.r5
wife VelaNalalnr
hall t. or KlHM tI1 l HIKl : Ibis ;:rrd t M.ptaaus'r' IMI.drn'x tap). :a ''Fr'' I 111II1. von and you anUlkllil Ij
Mary Ann, had been hoping for Area Happening lrTali ? SEAL, 5/YIeo1. 'n 'or' a wile. of ,.." I
: IIIKKIKI.TN |.a MlHUAJK I -- ----- -- .
Woman's .
Club ..
IRC a boy since the lads were outnumbered Aa.wr n. d.f.nara 1 I.. I. C.m ,
:. a Mow tntk. rMnHliiKCurfiiiratlon Ciirlrt II. n.iMi nn the ,ifeiuilff' allar. ..s. ,
To Assist With S O.S. two to eight clerk. if mull Court. "III H': III S11R: ikii: Wttrrm, bva'le' U.rbor t'llv .
PI..urr.. THuirvlll' KluN,UMy Ibnllsoard' Kmi: lUlllr, rinrlil :
This reaction was relayed by Methodist \'.. V, M |i .il' rlifpmy NiMlo. l. )irky. .|M-. aad lUr Ik* ',irlirliml i Answer *..rnlkrr
The Indian River City Wo Sister Richard, and the shy Dinner Sun. HtNKHT: : M AIDVNKII and OiwkAtimtiiy *u... w S r 1111. IHH*!**Ih.I'--1 : .f.n,". l.: ihr amnlalnt UIk
father secluded MAUV I'. AIDUh.l.l: din wif It.w..1 1_ MsrN. Jr.. .IMHU* ashcan! Ii mil*. .* nfflrr nf 'Ih.,' Irrk. if ('In nil
man's Club will help with the himself for the ) fAll>\ : ultil 1 mr iliimirt' wlVNirt, .IK ik. rirvoii, toiirl ifiiiw I IMI nr l In OW. Ihn Ilk du
;.r.nv"A 1':1.1.:; ruuir. rivMO. I will I rr..h:' :
Oral night announcing he was not OAMiHKII wife lift Loauln.. Axcnu. r .. '.. laic If vat fill In >tMorn
clerical Sabin
duties for available to By Mrs. GladysAM McClendon Physical ..4 Tiik. tMrt.li' ; STATka. urAMKIIH'A p o. M... IKUTIIMvUra : : MI ik. uruixnv,. nius/irii in nr. a. s ( Pr I mfMMt will k*
tsry RduratMMi Insiruclor
Sundays on September 27th reporters. : rinrliUrVKi rued rkiiuuv *'1',*:l,'In .*!'nlmilLKU a?: lab..1Ialhal t"u f.r' ik. rrllrfilrmnUrd
Dr James Movland deliveredthe 7.1241 U. rganizing a Saturday saw MHl..U 4, II, IN M trrll IM4, MlikirM i /sArlli J Nik* In '110 r''mnlilniIMiNr. ,.
and November 22nd. Tip: rHxmiT I. CA I.DN sad I *M> <.IW, IMfllAbANIIO .... OIIIMHRII: .1. Tllmylllr -
Covered. Dish
latest Olmwr 'tt
child and was assisted morning -flag football tram Make P ('ALAN II.w1 'HIT TI :1-'ut-: .. Hrrxanl' 1.'I"'v.' blonde l l>"
Volunteer members for these by two doctors who had attend.ed Sunday September 27th the to participate in the City League ,e., adMln. In tkr H asrewM 1'a1'W! INh. .
61....euw .k.... MUM nr sill: '..I III Plat" null a. yc;,
days are: Mrs. Harold (Peggy) Dr. James Ilerbog when Mims Methodist Church will this season This Is not only forboys rot Allte HF.tttIIY MuTlriVO Nxlw M kn>kr piwa psrasssi Isar I5.., "f lb. I..hlll' 11..",... : NARNKS'
Berbos was In charge of thequints' have a covered dish dinner at last a suit too IMwb'a' MMI. 1 In S ruul. IM>I riw sf luriM'laiur' I of $ri>ruit <'mint* b'Wid", I lrN. Cln ull rwirt
Cray Chairman; Mrs. Glenn In the Dims school hut for ..** k.*. k MI fllnl ...- Mil \1.0.0> Hi-H nilivr' >M INS. sad i iFiriNl nt iinnll', as lr. in Ihr kl Shen; mil NrrvirS t'.unir riorlla
(Juanita) Young Mrs Nick delivery Sept 14 1963 12.30 p.m. following the Church anyone living in the area who is In Ik.. fcvw ("win In Ik* *k*... in ('k mrv C>;.> N* 1555I I hint kliMw fir' ,i"".b m ik* MM kv V M .....,Irr
The quintuplets from named Mamas| Tli iir SH (Lillian) Turopoljac Mrs Richard > weighed II'n'lce. This Is sponsored by the interfiled. The .nly requirements .mill I* k* Curn I...... I I. M hlI. l. 411.U.4.1 Mrt.,ull. m wail.r. / "... i I u TIKMrrlll. ,. rt"r1'Uhrio MlltwRlWn"11H.HM.I ,
2y\{ to 4 pounds and were kept In Commission on Education and Dial ..- ,.nl Cnustr.. KtiuM*. ..II..rH. THIS *** II ,MI HIM ,, .|iil ami *.mi .. AlloPaso.I law
(Barbara) Cromwell, Mrs Isolettes for days with careful art partkipanli be IM .. |. Hloik. 1 CUiAKIAKB IDNKKHII: HAVINnH HANK! I I.l'I.lIrr. I. 415 *f <>.<'H.. IMIt ....4. l'It! ..."1....,.
Gloria Mrs. the Sunday Sthonl The church toll or 12 years of age and between Ta-KHACK'_ > / ""' sat! <'lirTI/X 'I I 'I'lirM: H t1ANwka, tau Ralph ( ) Jones, check on temperature and ...provide\ 1 the meat and bev r. U. lea Ma' Ibmsf. ,1. !'IICII.IUI unit linxr: w xinul /'Lv1111 i or t'tlwt'rr II Saud 4. II 'II, .... ,1,16)' ,.....
Charles (Jean) }Hecklemoaer humidity They were fedthrough mill Ibs. In weight U ..tat Ibwk It. *i MS? JlV "' 1.516 l i sits, .>! 5TlIflT! A I l'o"Ur I l -. ---
members trmg either she PMilfti lumiila t tMiy Rwbp1 RO.iNsIiN. V .
ace. may enough Internal is shown wt sad knell! MOItINM
Mrs. Ted (Carol) Sauerback tubes put 1 Into their mayenler ,n.n*:* ): > wIM,' are livfnHli nu sly hl.v 1.w t'aserIlK1'Tv THE DORIS LAMP SHOP
\tGobble. salad doiwrt I
a or as many ks three or four, 5015Rm I .ofoJ' / I IEIIKn'.ael
Mrs noses 11'\1 AIMC ISIYM Will la Ihr .huha'1 I beer.
Lpis $ao.: Mts., Larry We hope all members will Join teams .1 taN*. A.wwr Sub iim kl il.r ..r ii.ri .1 l ,ih. ,Jilt ,d.n I uif a"01. l.innjt" iityltut" ) /
(Clare) Simms Mrs Tom (Jeanette The news that Mrs. Fischer i* 0..fl M4 M awe. assi Ih* IIMorA CuiMHr' nlinkiiiiwIn III'' ,IWi'H NOIIIlIfMr I
had given birth to four girls anda together for a time .f BOIM| Christian Anyone meeting the require MM *5 i-taMMirr A:1., fhuvlll: '.. Pi.: .rl i aunivrhnllUl 1ItSAI,1I. A VOI1IIK s> IMPORTS
) Martin Mrs. Lewis (Thel IHVJJSO WATHANSHMK. P. .. Ilao HI II ni4wli AM. ..n the I' tl IIr.mi .", ,.. DICORATO
ma) Rowell Mrs Nancy Bak boy one year ago this month fellowship menls and interested In playing as i'.tsi tk nda ISIh .... .f (hdabar .IsI I t,1 Hull/ '., ylH.II' II
rocketed the family Into world At the Sunday evening! services should' he at Mims School Kal rah, OotoMr, p1lap: rr.-te: t 10"'''. 'Ira rllad, pr.-Ill. ,, I I '. A ,1s'"" Ipll, CUSTOM
er, Mrs, James (Shirley) Plumb, r. a 1e.S ba wat.ae willha f rtk till Plws' ( r5e ,,... Is wit. I
fame and there will be a showing of a ----- -- - -- Owe SM l.
fortune. urday morning at f 00 1.11\. .5155/ ...MMWtrtStt awY tar n. l.nl T. IMiMk I' M -
Mrs. Randolph (Barbara) Nun In addition to the quints and special film put out by the Am. .. (b. (' .I..II. MOWN UARIIKNK II'I''I\: than tram
nally Mrs Kenneth rv"k..MMl asd ,... KM' ,, .. ,.urillni I,, la l '1./. I IM CHAMURSJEWELERS'
(Marilyn* their baby sister there are four .rleln Bible Society called How *f Mr? .r1.1 ...art n ..i..... IH Him *....k i I' | I All 51....
Kindsvater, and Mrs Jake (PegBy girls and one bo y, ranging in our Bible Came to U.". Hunt Pram Haipr| OypsW/. ,., Dt 11MHsm. P./s il. Ptikll Ha,1A..l *f .
"' HrrVtril "'...." r ) Jacobus ages from 4 to 8. Aim the "Choir" will sing at frnuri lest) I
Mr Higilon Bcvil' who was. a ri'JITIg H IIAIIKFrtlktK 1...,.. "HIe W"'I ......
Mrs Gray is very enthused Pink the 11 :00 I.m. serf lees, ant t It h patient at Holiday Hospital thin It. <' : (>r THE 115(1,1? I
Lady ScheduleThe hoped that this will l become the '" cell HT <., PIKUI UUA THE DORIS LAMP SHOP
about this vaccine and urges all past week' returned home Wdnriday !: t, : Hj Mae)" ,., t'sast '1M... 2'M", Pa... 1 /IlblawAy Nat I
main service : l.aYlt Irrk I I I. ., 11"" 11111...... ,.....
mothers to see that their child Pink Lady Schedule for lit Is Joins: real' rood. .. ". 'II".r : _" \.1& N. ,,' .... ...1 ,,,'". f
rah receive the same from >. Jess Parrish Memorial' Hospital i -
Flag .
month old up. Also If a year week of Sept. 27 through 0(1 3. Eleml'n.1 e
C'>b Ualilrop Mimi '
has elapsed since anyone had Is as follows:

the oral vaccine, one dose at Sunday Sept. 27 Morning: SPAGHETTI DINNER M fan! Introducing Comet 1965 :

least should be taken now. This L. Rash, afternoon: M N Cas- Pott St_.". tt#. V, by OftImltt I

oral vaccine not only prevents on, evening: H. Conner. Cfck. At\H! SI.l children

the three types of polio but also Monday Sept' 28 Morning: SOc. All yin can a1.a .

stops anyone from being a earrser L. Willis L Junes, U Eakin; ------

Mrs. Gray cays, 'Help evening: R. Williams J. Wilton

tump out Polio. For I donation Tuesday Sept. 29 Morning:

and a few minutes of your tim, r Young, L. Peltlt F. Tuten;

this can be done. afternoon; M Kraus F. Thompson

evening: C Williams J.

Archer, M Finley.WednAdIY. .

Past Chief's Club Sept 30 Mern
1l Pt.ca
To Meet MondayThe tog* E. Damfurth, I, Estrada; //

afternoon: V. Cass L Browning: J$299

Past Chief's Club of the evening' J. Phelps! P. Wilson T :.

Pythian Sisters will meet Mon' Wilson B Cartee'

day night Sept 28th at the .Thursday, Oct. 1 Morning NrI .

borne of MI II. Knox Thompson at S. Oroskle S. Puckett P Short

7'30 with Mr Herbert Thompson afternoon: S. Bushong; evening:,

as co.host' is J, Good,,", B Simmons

Friday. Oct. 2 Horning D

Stout; afternoon: M,. Salter, W I Ilivelier

.. Whales; evening: J. Hughes, J.
1 Moore B. Hinds.

Saturday, Oct 3 Morning:

C Oliver J Johnson; afternoon:

R. Martin, E. Childers, P Stamp 10 PIECE SOFA BED

B. Ziegler: Evening L Raih Croup VaJu. IIIJIJ

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: 4 TlhMvllle (Florida) S arA4vcat* Friday, s.tembtr 25, 1964 1 Titusville AAUW

Chapter HoldsMembership Tea r'round town II'Phon.

The Titusville Branch of the
With Newe And Notes
American Association of University tn barbara cartoon

.... oNortA Brevard Women held a membershiptea 267-3394
recently at the home of Mr. -I
.... Cuitl Wherry. Camping Is the modern way sightseeing, camping and "just They spent a few da;'t. III i "

to Membership chairman, Mr*. to take a vacation, according to loafing" tie River Village, Tennc .t't.
... Charles Rhode, greeted guests The Stewarts spent the first where they visited and hopped
and members as they arrived camping, enthusiast throughout night of their "voyage on land" in Gatlmburg; tourd the 'l'ock!>;
---------- --- the country and one local couple, aleeche Caverns (a new
--- they
.. -- and presented the women nametags (we call It this because expero->
Park And PlaygroundCommittee Good representing their respective sure to agree, are the Carl M. keep a complete log of their ence for our travelers 4nd
: General Garden Club Board Shepherd colleges.Mr Stewart of Shady Oak Dr. The travels), at Lena State Park in visited delightful Cades l t "I< d
I Of I IRC LW.M.L ElectsThe Stewart have a camping trailer North Florida. An aU'night rain museum of an early (farm. '':1):

f. Woman's Club Meets *. Thomas Jetton presidedat and take several weekend "left the trees looking so fresh munity spreal along eleven files

: Discusses Events Proiects annual election of officer the beautifully appointed jaunts to state and national and green" with "beautiful They walked up several 'eep
Mrs. Ralph Jones, chairman took place at the September table. She was assisted by parks !in Florida each year a* aplder webs glistening among hills to see some of the "ia
of Park and Playground meeting of the Good Shepherd Mr. Thomas Lookubaugh and weU home and
Events and projects for the circles to adopt other beautification committee '. as one or two long camping the branches". They enjoyed a were amazed u
coming year were the main topic along our main high of the Indian: River Clly Woman's L.WML. Mr. Ned' Rust. trip through other state They walk along one of the many how well preserved they were
Club, held a meeting of Mr. DelMonte will serve aspre.ldent returned Fall evident .
from was !
recently traveling In
: of discussion trails and saw several sink holesof the central
at the regular fall way as their project. Among the guest were Mr..
her for the
committee In her home on coming year almost miles aouthern states
through Florida with
sizes. One delightful
board of the Titusvillo various Thomas the various early
meeting Reports were heard from Coleridge Ave. last with Mrs. Harold Wilmer as Lyons, group's sponsor
Garden Club held at the home Wednesday. and Georgia and Tennessee incident on this "first day" was morning temperatures of 43 to
of chairmen and Mis. Massey The project for the year Is vice president, Mrs. Ed Hopton a member of the Mel 46 and
degrees the
the president, Mrs. Charles announced the appointment of bourne.Eau Gallie branch of watching a little squirrel trees in the
and as secretary, and Mrs. Wally
a park "
Massey, this week.Representatlvea Mrs. Fred Suiter as chairman and, playgrotml! at the end of Hassclbring as trcasuier The AAUW; Miss Olga Chason, Mrs. Future Secretaries "throw" nuts at people swimming first "turning After stage 01( Aut
of the decorating committee for James Stroupe, Mrs Terry Ter In "his" river. more sightseeing
from each Stuart Ave. officers wiU be installed !in October Hold First MeetingFirst at Laurel Falls and
(the Chamber of Commerce banquet hone Mrs. Richard Van Horn, Cherokee.
garden circle were present and These", prwcnt were: Mrs, The next day found the Stew' the Stewarts returned to .
to bu held Oct. 22. The Mrs. Richard Simonet Mrs. of the Augusta

executive meeting school
decided in favor of a judged Larry Funk, Mrs. Ilinly Nun- Mrs. G. II. Anderson was a arts in Georgia where they Georgia, over good
"home tour" to be held In the board accepted the proposed sally Mrs, Rich ml, Weblwr. visitor and explained a possible Kendall Moran, year for the Future Secretaries camped for the night at Georgia roads along the Par vclltt.mountain

spring, and a flowering tree. and budget for the year Mrs. Richard 'rumwill, MrsHarold project to the group. Mis. Harold Mr. Ronnie Boyd, Mrs. Alan Association! was held Thursday Veterans Trailer Park. Their Ocoee Dam's of the TVA and

shrub sale to be held this au The first general meeting of Gray and Mrs Tom Martin Tech was also present at the Green, Mrs. Warren Holley, Mrs. at the school.! campsite was located at t he In Augusta, Mr and

tumn. the year, a Shift Party, will be meeting for the first time. Milford Chevmng, Mr. A. W. The group voted to sell refreshments edge of a lagoon overlooking a Stewart enjoyed a weekend Mn

The general club Is held Oct. 12 at I pm. at the Varion piece of eiulpmcnt Mrs. H. E. Baumbach announced Thompson, Mr. Madeline White to night students dur lake which helped to create a visited with son, Randy, who
laying Torch Club. All residents of this e>
were dlncuswd' from the that will son, Mrs Reece Bowen, Mrs golden effect on the surroundings
plans to enter the Sears Roebuck with Itan I. canvassing ing their breaks and to help with carted them on a leisurelv 'inur
area Interest
Civic Improvement Contest and ing are cordially Invited garden to joina point of safety an I usability and again resume and that ladies are Richard McCotter and Mrs. Fred the Sabin Oral Sunday project on at sunset of the city and, on Sunday: helped :

toward this end will continue circle of the Tllusville Garden five were chosen, including a asked to volunteer for this task Criffis. Sept 27.Guest the family celebrate Curl'sbirthday
lunge swing set with nursery once each month on the Monday Hostesses serving with Mrs. FG .
a. main project the plant. Club and Club
may call Mrs Wm. speakers, Orel Orvis and
swings, a Merry go Round, two immediately following tho mon Wherry were Mrs William
ing 1 and of the the Islands along US No. Moore at 2(172181( for further Castle wallIN, HOD.saws and horizontal thly meeting. She also announced Clark, Mr. N. P. Paglialonga, Bill Young, of floe Titusville Holds LuncheonThe The trip home through Georgia

encouragement the information bar. plans for a weekly Mrs. Lookabaugh and Mrs. Toastmaslers Club, gave talks on Florida Greeters reminded the Stew arts of win

Also Included In the plans are morning Bible Study group Rhodes parliamentary procedures. Club held its Newcomers ter. The cotton harvest was m

Rehearsals For six picnic table. and benches which will be led by the pastor. Refreshments were served at luncheon at September23rd full swing and the little 'flakes
Begin with charcoal grills: sandboxesand The annual clothing drive for the end of the meeting. Whispering of cotton covering the shoulder
I benches and. r"'t rooms. Cuban relief will be postponed tented the first part of a discussion Several members of the National Hills Country Club with Jack E. of the road looked "jutt, like

Production "My Fair Lady"The Enthusiasm Is running high on one month In order that storage topic on "Women's Voluteer Secretaries Association attended Miller, director of the City Recreation snow." They made their usual

Improving the recreational facilities facilities in the new educational Work Outside of the the meeting Department, as guest stop at the Florida Welcome

In the area and, several sizeable buildng can be used. Home," and the group participation speaker Station for a refreshing glass of

production of "My Fair staged at Titusville High.: School donations have been made will be continued at a later VISIT DAUGHTER activities Miller told of of the purpose and orange drink. ("They do not
convention the
Lady" as the Titusvllle JuniorWomaa' auditorium. by builceri: and business men The 1964Bicnnlal date department and serve
orange juice at the
of the Florida Georgia District The Girls' Mission League will listed as two of the greatest slaion"
Club major Anyone Interested In any phaseof ( said
money- Mr. and Mrs Sam Greenberg Mrs. Stewart, 'but
needs a
of the L.W.M.L will\ be held in Indoor recreation facilities
/ thiN hold it. annual acquainted
raising endeavor fur the program may contact
year got last at Gainesville canned Florida
P-TA Council I spent Sunday and product") and
off to an auspicious start with the County Mr. Ralph Junes, 207.18J4. Jacksonville on October 16 and tea for new members and their their neighborhood parks. He
where they visited replenish their of Florida
first rehearsal of the lead char. Slates 2-Day SessionThe 17. The Good Shepherd group I Is mothers at the home of Mrs, outlined the winter sports program literature. .upply
I daughter, Sheila, who is a It seems the Slew
now starting
cetera !In the well.known musical. entitled to three voting dele Raymond Zanetta, 625 Karen including flag
Brevard County Councilof Mrs. Jacobus Hosts gate. 1 f freshman at the University of football, men and women's softball art are some of Florida' best
Scheduled for Drive Estates Monday
production on Imperial on -
I Florida. "good will ambassadors,"
Parent-Teacher Associations Committee LuncheonA among others. They
the two weekends of Nov. 6.7 and Mr. Raymond Nothing pre. September 28, at 4 p.m. take
,Nov 1314, "My! Fair Lady" will begin its new season of ac Mr. E. W Morris ,..... .. a good_ supply_ of...lit._
announced .Ith
tivity with a school of Instruction luncheon wa held this -- ----- ----- _.rD'_ _n ".... thn w. ... .ft... '.u'' .I.. ...".
will bring together/ the efforts of the Fashion
week at the home of Mr. Reeve to be held on and leave it at
every they
Monday, Sept. 28, followed camp
the JWC ani I The Mask and Wednesday Sept. 30 at .
Hammer by a legislative workshop Tuesday (Peggy) Jacobus, 633 Cleveland stop at so travelers can read
players for a topnotch Hills
Club, with
Road, to plans for a about the various attractions
Sept 20. finajize) I m
production' to appeal to most cards starting at 7:30
: and the
North luncheon to be held at the Cape the stale Our hats off to them
Brevard residents, plus Fashion Show at 8.00. The
raise M.... Wayne Devil of Tampa, Colony Inn In Cocoa Beach in A public for such a good idea.
money for the big charity Is invited, with
proceeds goIng -
state legislative chairman, will conjunction with the 70th Annual
project of the
year. The greater to the Brevard Juvenvile
be the featured speaker at the Federated Woman' Club'sState
to portion the of Jess the Parrlsh proceed will go school of Instruction to be held Convention Home. Jan (Mrs. Richard) Van I loin.

Hospital. Memorial at Pineda elementary school at The theme for Mrs. Jacobus' a The next luncheon will be held Titusville Jr. Woman's Clubs
,7pm. luncheon Wednesday, Oct. 211, at Whisper. new president, has called an
"Out of this
was l'
Jacob }lanncman W rriusteal4tr '. << \ ing Hilla Country Club Electionof executive board meeting for
fir io. of fall leaves IVId ,28 tablet
stet as director from the Mask have been studying proposals *rrangomcnlx officers will be field 'U'this time Jewel Schmidt, 100 Thornton
and Hammer from PT.A's througout Florida were made of these ) and ali All
group / members are urged to board members ant urgec; ill>
leaves and
Mrs. Mark and will pompoms ranged
(SamlyJ Qimdklnl! present their recommendations attend. attend.
.( director from JWC announces at the state congress on Styrofoam bulls, utilizing
the to bo Spanish moss to complete the Mrs, AI (Marilce) Cory was
following canting as a result held In Bradenton In November Epsilon Delta Chapter '0/>'
of. earlier tryouts: She will discuss (this arrangement appointed as chairman of the Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sororiti

Eliza Duohttle Gene Putnam, plutloim/ the Importance of grass The hostess( served a lunch of nominating this committee. Servingon has completed plans for the

Henry Higglns James Rose, rooting/ action during meetings ham sandwiches and congealed committee are Mrs. "rush season". The first '
'Col. of the legislature salad .. __ I.. ._ _........ Gregory (Ann) Steele pin Gary parti
Pickering John Chapman, and lobbying pecan pie for dessert and will be next Tuesday followed bj
M..., Pierce Betty Kldd, Alfrle at the Congressional level. tea and coffee to the following FSA PRESENTS SKIT Titusville Toastmasters skit on parliamentary procedure Work- Crow(Lucy)and Taylor Mri, Mrs. Glen (Clara) amodel meetmg on October 6.

Doolittle Sheldon Brown, Freddy Thomai Smith, assistant superintendent ,committee members: Mrs Julius Orel Orvis and Bob Young, presi Ing on the skit are, from left, Orvis, Young, Marti Robert (Phyllis) the Preferential Tea on Oct. n

Eynafordllill John Hogan of public instruction :Salty, Mrs. Fred Salter, Mr.. dent, were guest speakers at last weeks Barbara Barnes, Karen' Duncan, Rita Mrs Charles Kestlcr was and the pledge ceremony and

"Others Include: Jamie Morton, In Brevard County, will Paul Brandford and Mr. William meeting of the Future Secretaries of Thompson and Marilyn Locklm. -Carl- with a lovely floral presented arrangement dinner-dance on October '17

Mri. Hopkins Jan Vanlloin, brief the associations on (trans Parker,. America meeting and participated in a ion Photo. / of white and purple Knowing these gals and ther:

Mrs Enysford Hill Martha Far put tat ion legislation.The asters donated hv f ..n Part.. "unusual parties" it's lure to be
bee, !Mrs. Hlgglns Jean Holley, legislative workshop Tuesday low of "Flowers-'by Fran" fun for all the new rushee.

Zoltan Karpathy Terry '}'cr. at 10 a.m. will be held at the Mrs Charles Shakelford announced .
biuie, Lord! and Lady Buxlngton,: Iradewlnds cafeteria, !Melbourne I. that Sept 27 Is the first West Virginia Day, postponed

Jack, and Norma Lanka ; Mri. Devil will discus I "Sabin Sunday" for oral vaccine. because of the hurricanes, u
Mrs. Earl (Bettye) Snyder, local school problem with member eiV r 4 -J Members of Florida Greeters set for this Sunday at Blanton
general chairman for JWC, has of the school board and Newcomer Club volunteering Park. With the menu listing

announced the production will be Mrs. Jean Fisher, Republican their time have been contactedas such as "pickled crow livers,.
--'- candidate for the uhmil_____u_ board___ to when and where their services boiled buzzard eggs, crawdad
-. from District b. are needed, as well si for cocktail and corn on the cob or
t PUBLIC Mrs L. W Powell, county legislation w the other series on Oct. 4 and in the bottle" it should be quitean

chairman, urges all citizens Nov 29.Plans. eventful day. We hear there

SPAGHETTI Interested In school legis- are being formulated for will"be fun for all, even "furrin
lullon to attend both ers.
meetings. November
a dance, the time and
No reservations are required. r place to be announced at the
DINNER s ?w! October luncheon. The executive beard members

First Child Born To for St. Teresa's Catholic Church
Newcomers to area and giic.ls Carnival will have the keys fora
SUNDAY Mr and Mrs. Johns 4 ,,1'C present were Mrs, Martha Raxt- 1965 Dodge Dart turned over

Sept. 21 berry, Mrs Pat Haynes, Mrs. to them Saturday morning. The
Mr. and Mrs G. R. (Bobby) Wanda Schlpper, Mrs. ,
Polly Sul- car will be the grand prize to be
Johns of 4J04:: Essex fit. South line, Mr*. Gladys Bell, Mrs Jes given away at the Carnival
at SAND POINT I Ij Lake Vlllrge, are announcing the
f she' Plckctt, Mrs. Grey Rawls, which is scheduled for Nov 5.
arrival of !their first child
< Mrs. Howard Horn
8, 7 and 8 on the church grounds
The baby a boy, was born at Gamman, Mrs Opal Zimmer-
on OJibwa Ave.
Titusvllle Onlimiht t Club will
(the Jcsi Parrish
Memorial Hospital son Mrs. Frances Hague Mrs\ tBt'lle -

the public at Sand Point Sunday, pounds, Sept.IS ounces Hth. He and weighed has been six a el.l a lei, Mrs.Kramer Joanne, Mrs.Grlmsley Ida McDan, Mrs' I I
fcept 27th. ttartmv' at 1 -
pot named Byron James. /I i iN1 Betty Colgate (
All you can fat for $1\.(Hi f rr: adults ,

anJ Sir for chlUirn I RETURN FROM TRIP .ree Mrs New Betty members Jo Hardman Introduced, were Mrs. I
Ticket available at Shopping INCH
Mr and Mis. J. Paul Conway Sharon Telly Mrs.\ Ann and
Centers an.I bnh!< Fri/ 'ay night returned this week from a 5.day AN ORCHID FOR DIRECTOR Keith Smith, the "Pied ture First: Nijhters' production will also be staged this Mrs Mary Overhalt. Nye |

and all day S turda> trip in which they visited Cal. Piper. preset::" an orchid to Nan Smith, director, as comity" Saturday nijht; at 8:00 and Sunday night at 7:00: .

Proceeds will RO to fund for I low ay Gardens, and Atlanta, cast applauds during curtain call of ""The Pied Piper of clock,

Optimist Club Youth WurkAdv I Ga. Ilamlin' Saturday- night at Day view School.-The,-Minla-- r Appearing Fri, Sept. 25 & Sat., Sept. 26
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Friday, .....m... 25. If(4 Tltusvllle. (PlerMa" ) Itar-AoVeeate .ate I I Clare Simms Sings I

!I At Woman's Club D] I 'Ioa Vg&<* t*Sfop. foat &c/ted 1 a9. Skull I [j]

State Luncheon I

t Mr. Lawrence (Clare) Simms, J
". WitA Ne1vo Axd Norco Indian! River City Woman'sClub 1
oNortA Brevard member, was the featured I ILi I.J. "
artist at the 70th Annual State
Fall Board meeting luncheon to '- \ J_

I day. Li Sal Prlct/a Good Thru Monday : I

_- Clare has studied voice at Peabody ; s t
Institute\ in Baltimore. I
rourov ; 't
Md.. and had had professional ,
AAUW Hears training/ from Mis Margehem I TISSUE HOLDER OUTFIT i iII

in Baltimore She has performed
lfl* ..rcle MiNk.ll .,.. J
School BoardCandidate on Baltimore radio and TV Standard ale. dee /m.. fell kill ItlMllIt IMl I '
Orator facial tissue :..,. I
and was the only female soloist with 1I aeml.s wwmrtv f A
bet-escorted colon 1114 #JIll ....1. l-f m*tlIM''m L VcHci >
v in the 85 Man Crown Cork and -41c Yalu., lmlRf r4 milk" 10vnrMntlc II
Seal Male Glee Club which performed w.n.aty,
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M1 r a was ew. slow a. swat I
conceit in Philadelphia, $ I
Mn. Jeane Fisher, a candidatefor New York Washington and 1 3299 I

the Brevard County School Baltimore rllUl'l1Y_ .. ._. LISTCASTING
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Board post was the featured lt '
speaker at the first full meeting Clare was one of Uio soprano r COMB SET I OUTFIT :
of the Tltusville Branch of the soloists for five years in the
Glen L Martin Glee; Club which I
American Association of University
Direct Drive
level wind!
Women, Tuesday, September $ performed 23!:I concerts a year Package ofl 12 assort* carting reel and 414.h,

IS.The meeting was held at the 19 T I Since moving to Indian River t1 quality ed typo combt end-Reg.29c. lie. 16, C handle canting! -rod with metal
City in ((958 she has been activein Li I
of Mrs. Lewis Nail, with
Mrs. Joseph Mdtlicny as cohostess. ? 4 if choir, work at St Tfrl'..'. ___(tlmilj! _with! _e._-Mw_a."_5/sat 1__ III $8.90
t t Chui :h has In the Tl 249
Mrs. T J. Jetton pre J appeared d. 'tJ\JIiMJw'\ WJ \& LIST
tusvlllo follies for three! years,
sided. } and has performed for the Bre

Mrs. Fisher, a graduate of vard County Federation Wo [J] AJAxO L' B SNAP SWIVELS
Michigan State, is a member of ffu man's Clubs meetings She SERI
the Melbourne-Eau Galhe bunch : TJ has hud special training from Rtg.
of the AAUW. She stated that she t 'ear Jacob lUiinemait while living el: 25c Box 14t
has studied all phases of edu here '. ci2 27c
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cation in Florida! and has a deep CIe.nl.rR.
REFRESHMENTS FOR GUEST SPEAKER the school board, at the refreshment table Mr. and Mrs. Simms resideat ... Ile I
for real edu
cation concern for child.quality She advocates Hostesses for the recent meeting of following her talk. Flom left are Arlene 430 Abbott Ave. Mr. Simms Lhalt t wlik" <...rr thru Moll. S/IS) BVDWORKPAHTSW
more every text book., better American Association of University Wo- Jetton, president; Mrs. Fisher, Elberta works for (the Martin Companyand -- _
school libraries and Improved men chatted with their guest speaker, Nall and Gretta Matheny, hostesses they have one child, Pamela, 1 Pint easily. we.hrhd .
Jeanne Fisher, Republican candidate for Carlson Photo. age S. aa.ae.asrsssaat / wart
vocational facilities Economy in ,,, ,.",. t.t
administrative construction main- It THI FIRST TO OWN A NEW 1 p

tance could be had by better 1965 1 tHUNDERBIRD
planning, she believes Mrs. Democratic Woman's Club Resumes Regular Schedule]
Absolutely' Free Nothing to Buyl Juil
Fisher also stressed the Importance -
of a fully informed public. The Democratic Woman's Club nue, Thursday, Sept. 10. troduced Mr. Kenney to the 11th Congressional District, to I clip this coupon, fill out, end deposit' hi )
of North Brevard held its first Plans were discussed for help. group. discuss by.law changes, rtc. to contest box at your nearest Eckerd Drug
Mrs. Charles Bates, program meeting after the summer re ing to staff the Democratic head. Plans were made for the! October he made al the Slate meeting St.,., You. need not b. present to win.
development chairman, presented cess at the home of Mrs. Virgil quarter here in Tltusvlllo. The meeting which will be Oc,\- Members attending were Mrs Enter n many times at you. wish Just ask
a list of programs for 1964-65. Conkling on Indian River Ave delegates and alternates were ober 1, at the home of Mrs Anti Eva Buho Mrs. Irene ftuhuff, for your free coupon every time you visit pall a... myntly .
The general theme for the year selected for the annual convention Finn, on Pine Lane. This will be! Mrs Mildred Druner, Mrs. Ann your Eckerd Drug Store ..daIt,id"
will focus on mental health. At dingfield Mrs. Clark, Mri. Joe of the State Democratic Wo the lilt meeting before the convention Finn Mrs. Thelma Rowell, and ECKERD DRUG samd .... 249
the October meeting a film en eph Condes, Mrs. L. E. Dehm- men's Club to be held In Miami and the members will Instruct Mr., Peggy Tlnilall a fJTfH' 11 t.. _
titled, "If These Were YourChildren" low, Mrs. Jetton, Mrs. Lantz, Beach at the Algiers Hotel. the delegates as to voting I Free! 1965 9 Ford !
These members again had the MEN'SEN HANDKERCHIEFS
will be presented. :
"Careers in Mental Health", Mrs.abaugh Richard, Mrs.Lemon Mrs Look. Guests at the meeting were. for the new state officers opportunity of hearing Mr, Kenney NAME .. . P.k.,. el 10 Ml J
Matheny Mrs Tom candidate for Congress STORES1-
Kenney lie speaker at the oIH 100"I wk.t; are.I. 77 4
"When the Legislature Meets"and On Saturday, September 18, was guest *
Nail, Mrs Paglialonga. Mrs for the scat now held by ADDRESS ., . Ie.da.ih1.1.bweia _
Are Our Interests"will six of the members attended the luncheon following the meeting
David Porter, Mrs. Charles Me- tt .
Mr. <
Ed s '
Republican Gurney
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gram topics. Rust and Mrs. Wherry. _and_ _Mrs._ _Mirv.___ _Edwards_ who In. meeting was .called by.Mrs r.t.t. Meyer Motor Inn. I STATI . HEN'S LEATHER BELTSj8BB $
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I Limping Terriers Meet Cocoa Beach Tonight .


,... Friday, ......"'.. 2S, 1N4 Titutvllto (Fbrlda. ) Star Advocate Games Tonight

Ward, Bain "Doubtful", Minutemen Have ChanceOf Ca at Etu, Gallia

Cocoa Poach v* Tlhwvill at

Tape Plays Strong Role Star-Advocate Sports Upsetting Titusville Melbourne Florida Cocoa Beach Air Central Academy Catholic at Satellite at

Faithful ole Webster defines "adhesive" as a sticky, ten NEWS AND VIEWS If Cocoa Beach plays heads up-ball tonight against Titus- Daytona Beach Hainlaai) at
atioua, substance. He defines
"tape" as a narrow woven ,
Mile they have the possibility of accomplishing the biggest Evans
I ribbon of cotton or line, used to fasten, tie or bind. upset in Brevsrd's football history during the past decade Lecsbur2 U Daytona Beach
John Gaines has his definition for
own "adhesive tape". SeabreezeSt.
Playing on Cocoa's Provost Field at 8 p.m. Titusville
For the first time in five years, the sticky, gooey stuff might season for more depth Etched eras quarterback, withstood San. Tom Edwards and Larry Zimmerman might be without the services of their first string halfbacks, Augustine at DeLand
spell the difference in victory and defeat I Is a MO pound Junior. forl'a pouading in good shape ; guards Don fitanaell who were injured last week against Sanford.On Winter Park at Orlando Boone
Tonight marks an era in Ter and should be able to full Edgewattr at Orlando Oak Ridge
the Cocoa Beach
and Do contrary
Tonrj, center Kenney
rler football. Head Taper! Assistant scored both of Tll.usvllle'lQueb./ The remainder of Titusville's blast Greg Nichols He's C and weighs Orlando Colonial at Sanford
squad.. should be In Burrett and defensive specialist playing its first year of high
Coach Larry Monltollon tip con
downs last week! in the! tie gamewith top school football even without their ISO, Carl Lewis, Dave Tlncberand
hail aeven ankles to wrap, two Sanford One dition Charlie Iluggins, the vet- Fullback Sam Worthim, ends, Kdl Hardia are expected to start SPAGHITTI DINNER at Sand
players will receive hand was s yard own stadium, are rated as a 12 Dave Callie are exported to Ptint Sunday, S.pf. 27, by Opt-
one might be supporting wrappings Jaunt around end, the other a point underdog to Titusville and round out the backfield at halfback lust Club. Adults $1, children

an added shoulder pad, some are two Balo yard, one plunge.of the Terrier's better -- ........----.----.----.---- ,- among also picked the Brevird to finish County last place"Bil and fullback sloU-- 50c All you can att.irtiw .
due to have their fingers taped
kick-off return men also receiveda Six" schools Last week's show a
together and two players will be.Idellllt'd.
bad ankle last week Almost
leg against New Smyrna, despite N
the Identical size aa Ward), weighing a a-a loss, gives the Minutemen a a

Consequently, Tltusvillo's sue- 130, senior, Ciin runs first t "/dl .nl ati ,d good possibility of fouling up all w
,4 by
CPIS of defeating Cocoa Beach string right halfback, but the bad : A predictions j

will partially rest on the strength ankle, which will reqlure at teal Statistic wise, Coach Ed' ,,
of 'Johnson and Jolmton! two complete wrappings of "Adhesive Feel)"'. group outplayed New !' l lsI
"A real psychological test for tape', also place the Fait', Nt Smyrna in their first game of the a
the! boys Gaines aald back oa the sick 1W. season, but four fumbles In the
The remainder of the equal
"Everyone believes Cocoa hands of the wrong team accounted "4
appears In fair condition Charlie 1'A
Beach II! going to be a pushoverand "w for the loss
Griffin, 210 pound Jcft tackle attM .t" .kJ t
we're having a rough time Feely was quoted as saying M
has a bad ankle, but he Is expected '
pounding it Into them, Cocoa to start Bill McBride right aavlL A + + he was real proud with his boys,
Beach could easily be the tough: tackle weighing 185 has a pinched and the residents of Cocoa Beach
cut game on our schedule Right neck nerve, Itik Stebtrk .bas aa displayed a lot of team spirit by |
now, the boys are not preparing injured hand, and several others accompanying the squad
like they fthoukl, and if we can reportedly had Influenza \ But, before the season started,
win this one, our morale should With Ward and Bain miming U 1 + l Feely, like all coaches had his
be high for the Cocoa game a from the backfield, this propose problem Flcldmg an :
week from today," ho added ienced first unit was
for Coma Beach to ac-
:The Terriers, once a four lie had! to make one _
compMi' the biggest upset of the
touchdown favorite over COCOA year, No. one In his first string elPI't"1
Beach, have dropped<< to a mere '4Ff field had any football
one touchdown margin<< over the Expected to replace Ward end perience. .
Minutemen, duo to Injuries sus Slain are Barry Gouge, George My boys are playing M
tamed in last week's buttlingorjcner Flfliert and herb Smith M PjM !sire and bravery only" Feely
with Sanford Odds are said, '
The three combined M
be 1
against the adhesive tape holdingthe may Expected to handle first string
abet to
keep Titusville
Terrier's together running line duties for the Minutemen
alive however the Terriers
game ,
will be Dave Amman, 195 pound,
week Titusville be passing attack will be
This might sluggishdue
a'S" senior Amman last ..
without the assistance of their to both speedsters missing r year
played on the Cocoa High team.
first string halfbacks, David the line.up. Gouge in capable of Vern Thortsen
may see back-
Ward and Howard Bain causing much trouble for the I
field duly as well as line work.I
Ward, who Injured his ankle Minutemen. The 160.pound senior d a' ''
asyla He's 62', and weighs 195.
during spring training, has clicks oft the 100 yard dash In qtr y Ken
pound junior
less than 105, clocked the (
DOUCE fully recuperated. He playtl aa
and Bob Torrence, 165 pound
In,the Sanford game, but was fastest Terrier on the aquad, but
junior are expected to run guard
able to run only half speed, due like all backs, will nerd blockingto : wj }
slots, while
Lyons, senior, 153
1J the ankle injury. And, In .add" bit the open field. Etched A and Eddie Griffith enion, 155 J Jr Jt
Aon, he WMj r ethadljrppdoulder0rm |> ,...pls>ted f. defensive lately '!Ainulafin will share center obligations
nW,'plactd ism nlies 1 year and< was baik-up Commenting on his backfield,
injury list *ddubtful v for quarterback Charlie Hugglni. '
at a Feely said, they're a bunch of 1i t
falter" Ward 133 pound senior lie was changed to slot.bark this hustlers + *
y.. wr I who generally have to
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4 J 41 "' y plow their way through the line. 1rF :
tt 4 Running! quarterback will possibly
be a 15 year old standout

Valkaria Dragway To

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._ ... .._ Valkaria Dragway will sponsor .
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r -'''' U'11"1<<;
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an unusual "gas meet this
veck-eml, open to cars runningin
MAY NOT START David Ward, Titus- ankle and shoulder injury last week gas classes only f -

;. ville'i 155 pound first string halfback may against Sanford and has been placed on Lyle According Lathe, the to drags strip are manager expect.ed ALSO INJURED Howard Bain Starting; left halfbackfor

... may be missing fromhe Terriers startIng the "doubtful list"* as a starter tonight to draw gas competition cart Titusville may see limited action tonight as the Terrier
from throughout the state Eliminations )! meet Cocoa Beach at Cocoa. Bain was one of Four
line-up tonight.* Ward received an -S-A Photo
: .. r 1 1I begin at 2 p,m. Valkariala Titusville athletes receiving injuries from $anford last
.. .... \ i located nine miles south of week. The 153 pound senior has a badly sprained ankle.
I Melbourne. -S-A Photo. .
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V's Drop Opener : <

Fifteen TitusWlle Junior Var The Terrier Pupa, placing with safety in the first batf. then stop- breeze tally
city football players baUM I only half their squad, woes II pod three other 4rives In the last The Terriers took the kickoff :1
I tough Daytona Beach SeabreezeJV other athletes were ruled Ineligible periods for rather pleasant on their own 33, with Neiman
quail Wednesday night In for birth certiorate" rp... showing in their first outing moving the ball to the 50. A 11
their season opener at Daytona'a Ions, /gave In to the Sand Crabs Head Jayvee Coach Floyd yard penalty against the Terriers
Memorial Stadium, losing 2712. fur three touchdowns and a Davis, In his tint season with moved the ball back ot the Fla. Jaycee Gibson Hosts Stuart 11 On i
TituivHk-, was very pleased with 95 Then, a pats from )Nrlman to
the squad. that made several Mercy was Intercepted on the 40 :
mistakes, "but, mistaken will occur yard line and Soabrwae again

first and same should of the be expected season, espec in the took The over.Sand Crabs marched t. Tourney Is !

u 1 hlWIf tally since only about three members the six jard line where they hada Draa Field Saturday Night t

of the team have any football first down. Titusville displayed
P1ItIf'"", ." he slid their first strong defensive stand .

1I In the. first half Seabreeze, ot the game, holding Uu Sand Here ToniteThe Gibson high School Blue OevHi tirday night, hosting Stuart, Devil! were working their dtfferulve
mixing a steady ground attack by Crabs four consecutive downs still' nursing wounds recrlvnl Last week, In the first game of unit, mainly their '!
slicing off tackles, and sweepingends and regaining possession with In their ..i shutout from Mon 'the seaaon.. Gibson hung on, go. hackers, In preparation for II''J.
along with an occasional three seconds left in the game Stati Jaycee( Softball roe High: Saturday h<'sln their tag Into thi. third quarter only 13 urrtay'n till with Stuart I
pass play drove through the Ter with time for only one play Tournament vixms ireil hy the home aeatom at Draa tuld<1 Sat Minis brblnil finally In as Couching the r.Jupvill\
rlers Two of their first half Nelman, behind good blocking Titusville Jaycpes and the ---- (
City -
:Monroe, continued making end, year are. .head. coach Mac Clay i: (
/ 'i/p touchdowns came on pass plays, from Rathburn, and little Dan Recreation iHpartmrni will get 1:30: b.m. with the fiiiala at I
Asa. tt.daa syar Irrt. sweeps to bib right andt.n\ ton, AlliMIc Director Hub) ,
wkea halfback Man Zalin" simply Quinn, ran 50 yards around end, underway nt Snnil, Point tonight: p.m. Trophlen will be awarded, tides
This weekend, the race for the Brevard County foot- outran Titusvillc's secondary for getting tackled as the final gun at 7 pm sponsored by the! Recreation Hi\ (Vouch and aaalslant Curley E ball championship gets underway. two runs of ever 40 yards!! sounded Only six team are enteringthe partmrnt Wednesday afternoon the Blue momlaon a''

TItusville invades Provost Field in Cocoa to meet the The Terriers however, were tournament!, which in opento ._ _____ r f
Baseball ---- "-
Standings u ------------
Cocoa Beach Minutemen; Cocoa goes to Eau Gallie; Satellite not completely shutdown. On a Jaycee orniinuatloin acroiu
Beach hosts Florida Air Academy; and Melbourne takes on fourth down, fix yards to go sit THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the state fntrrinii: the single
(little Melbourne Central Catholic. uation. In the first quarter Lawrence American LeagueW. elimination contest Is ("moa,
Predictions Oi course. Last week, somewhat unofficial Nelman, a Junior 150: pound L. Pct. OB. Ilames City, Meiiilt Island, TI.
we announced Titusville over Sanford, Colonial over halfback, went back in punt fur New York .. 93 59 C12 tusvllle, Itartow and, I'umpnno ,
Cocoa Edgewater over Melbourne, New Smyrna over Cocoa I motion, dropped the halt, rerovered Baltimore ,. W 64 5K4! 4 Ileach I III
Beach; and Seabreeze over Satellite Beach. and galloped: 43 yards fur a ('Ilk:agu ...., W (4 5N4 4 Tiluxville Jaycees received : II
Technically, unless lies arc called wrong: we didn't touchdown. I Detroit ..... NO 73 .523 13ft' the slate tournament when" they' ,,. j jwe I I
Their second score was set up "ns Angeles 78 77 501: 1614 rlitrred a hid for the contest 7?
miss a single one. However, the remaining two games were .
when Cleveland ... 76 77 .497< .
the fall
lineman Roy Rutherfordblocked 17'h while attending "ppnfetcnce "
all ties. So, call them what like
you an attempted Sen breeze Minnesota .. 78 77 .497 1714", at I akelan I in August:
But, this week, it should look something like this; pass on fourth down with the Ter I Boston ...... 64 85 448 tt They also asked for (lie state I
Titusville over Cocoa Beach. The Minutemen might Washington 60 94 .3MI! ) 14 fl2suiiutQm
tiers taking over on their own Junior (Golf: Tournament however
have something to fire about next but not this .
year, season 20 yard line with four minutes Kansas City 55 07 362 3H I they wire' oiithld
Coach Ed Feeley's group is green, lacking size and experience remaining In the! third quarter (tames remaining: In Urn first 1 game lunli:lit at Tpm
end should not be a real tough one for Titusville. Nelman skirted right end for a New York-At home 7. |Ie- .. Cocoa will meet! lljinra
Cocoa over Eau Gallie. Cocoa's performance with Colonial tmit 4, (liveland 1. Away 3; ,
21 yard pickup, and newcomer City and I at 8 :act Mrirllt Island II IIwt
last week should not be forgotten. The Grenadiers from John Rathhurn pounded throughthe Washington 3. rluslics" with TltustllloDartnw .
Orlando have a team and Cocoa fought until the last, losing middle for 14 more to place Baltimore-Al home. t: MashInKton and Pompano' Reach
3, Detroit 2 3
only 13-0. Eau Gallio's backfield is fast, with loads of experience the Terrier Pups near the midfield Cleveland( S.l'hlcagnAt. Away ; drew byes In the first round and
but Cocoa's defensive line might be the deciding stripe homo 5; IXM An r will play the wlnnc'ra cut tIP, Fri.
factor Two more straight& ahead lories Kansas (My 4. Away 3; \s> day evening contests Saturday at '
Satellite Beach over Florida Air-The "Airmen" tookto dives by Rathburn placed the Kansas! City 1.Saturdays. t2 p.m. and 4 p m v d
the air in their opener last week, relying on a steady Terriers on Seabreeze 32 yard Games I. A consolation game for third
passing attack. But this week, they'll have to settle down, line, with lens than three" mln Minnesota at tom Angeles! Nhkago (place will be i played> !Saturday at r 1v,

because the Scorpions knee deep in experienced reserves, utes remaining In the third period (' at Kansas Ctty, [ CliH.lnn.iti; --- -At i- home 5: _
have their returning defensive safety men back"on the job. A personal foul penally twilight 3, I'hlladcllduta a
against the Sand Crabs was the New flll'k Washington! Pittsburgh
Coach Dan Thweatt this be his
says may year. Baltimore Cleveland |Away 5: New York 5.
deciding factor, placing the nl
Melbourne over Central Catholic. Only one question SI Ixwls At hnine A; Philadelphia
here Someone at CC goofed, when they scheduled the de- Pupa ,on the Seabreeze! Nti Huston at PttroitNatienal 3, New Yut k 3. Away 1; __H_ ____ __ _, _
fe ding champions for their second game. Melbourne should two man-yard went around line and!left end Bathlxirn to UM W.League L Pct. G... San Francisco At 3. hmno I 4; GIBSON COACHES Shown above lathe -- Is Hubert' Crouch,-Athletic Director;t
roll past the smaller school by at least four touchdowns. 90 C4 584 llnufdim 3, Chicago Away ; coaching staff for the Gibson Mac Conley, Head Football Coach ami
plunged across from (the two for Philadelphia Houston 2, Chicago 2. high ; I I
the score Ending the third perIod Cincinnati ... MM ,W6 3 Saturday Games School Blue Dfvih: football tram. Pictured Curlev Edmondson, line coach. S-A rhoto4
It was present even if didn't notice it. .... 67 .- -
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Around town that is. the fourth quarter, Sea- SanrTaiKlvciiU 68 .566 4j Milwaukee at riilludilphla ,
Milwaukee .. 79! 71 520 10
Especially Friday Everyone was breeze again went to the air, St /I/rnls at Pittsburgh\
around like little beavers preparing to blow up Hoover Dam. throwing two consecutive' passes Pittsburgh ,. 77 nO7!\ 12 San Francisco at Chicago
Since last year was our first year in Titusville, we sort for long gains plating the Sand I/xt Ang('In!* 73 711 410 14'A'} .- ._--- I M,
attends football l Chicago ..... 70 82 401 It
oijuapeclcd everybody 4nd.hU dog games (raba within striking distance
Houston ..... 64 90 418 2f MOTOROLA
and. .niuipcioni "were'*" nt>t wrong did see little ole Fullback Kenny Anderson a New York ... 51 100 338 37 -
l,,% at the football game carrying a French Poodle. sophomore, picket! up 12 yard names remaining:
Did you notice the confusion Around THS, holding through the middle hen!' a paw Philadelphia' /At homo 3: guarantees* aJ/.tt&Uflte tV tubes and
classes was nearly impossible so we're told. Everyone was to Znhn went to the one yard Milwaukee 3. Away 5: St louts ..- tat

wearing a "Titusville Terrier Booster Button." Knowing the line, setting up the final Sea 3, Cincinnati 2. --.I parts for 1 full not !
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faculty, they were just about as enthusiastic for the game ---- --- - -- -- -

to get underway as the students. Especially the coachingstaff 0
and Frank Tomdale. a

s "Doggomt Frank said, "I didn't get to see an entireh2me wQ Plus at ADAMS You Get Full Sx

., football game all last year." i 120 Days FREE SERVICE On All TV
*_ To explain, Tomdale is the assistant principal at Titus I i
vjlfe High. He also sells admission at the gates of Draa Field VITHD

and they don't stop taking money until the second half begins I 23" RECTANGULAR TV EXTRA VALUES
So, all Tomdale gets to see is the final half I II
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Sid Joiner called recently and asked us a question that and Selections I Iv.
we answer.
"Why doesn't Titusville have a quarterback club," he
asked.Well to the OPEN HOUSEof L you have been as

like we told Joiner, to be truthful here's one we -

can't no club.answer, because there's no apparent reason why thereis I : .' .' driving miles i

First of all, Titusville is large enough to have one exceptionally SHOE RE NilWORK o
good quarterback club and a rough count of : lo get S. g gT.
businessmen and local residents, who played football at

Titusville in the past years Is enormous, rxwslbly over 600That's I f N4leea gv
just an odd guess. But, we know for a fact that at AT PIRTLE PLAZA TITUSVillE
least 600 men in Titusville are football fans.
Continuing, Joiner said, he wanted to organize a club, Park Avenue and South Street You Can

even if he had to do all the planning himself However, ALL. I
once someone takes the reigns in something like this it gen II Shop In I
erally goes over like a house a fire. SHOES-PLAY SHOES-BOOTS WEEK I al/plTr//
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District: Governor, Kimni t'hrn.\t.iond{

1 10a.m. to 6 p.m., unday, Sept. 27 Dear P. 0.n>Mr.ville Box Johnson VUTlt Flondi; .

.. t t 1 At The Following, On behalf of The Brevird County MHical: Society, I wish to congratulate
t / te various Kiwvili clubs of Brovanl County for ,making the Sbln Polio vaccine
Convenient Titusville Locations: available to all rejtdwts will take advantage of this opportunity for unmunltation
If they will do 30, Poliomyelitis cm be eradicated fro our communities."

Oral 1 Vaccine PARKWAY JR. HIGH SCHOOL, Ai you know, t.h" mmibrshlp of the B'enrd; Countr' Medical Society has
Drive Sept. 27 lalinimously' endows! this program and you can be assured. that they will
cooperatet with y"'ur or nlr..tion In er"-y way to distribute the wacrine in
SlIbln Oral Sunday (SOS) will BAYVIEW SCHOOL all the communities. S'-heduJ's a"a al"eidy set up to hare the doctors! at
be held throu/hout/ Drevard + all feeding stations for the. first dose on Sunday, September 27, 1964. I
County on Sept 27, according to _
Herb Johnson These dortofj will' also be available to answer' ouestions C': of TItue vMe.Gov. (COQUINA SCHOOL ". bin vaccine. .
..- be Arrordlna'the flut to man Johnson program, thll wtlt ofentlllcdio !' ",r .. ., I\\i > y ;t ,' I t .l., i .

... the county.vaccine The vaccine dlKtrlbulion will In GIBSON SCHOOL This is CTtilnly 4 Urn wu'!n the tiedical r"of'sston of B' vmi ,Ounty...,, (
taken orally; In cubes ef r.be. a" as a w map, vrses the etlllphh C'rirerati': '"n and t !\iciD"ti": > of weThb ry dv
SOS program I. ponso' citizen of Ihia 'county in this vital :se-viee. sJMLdb
ed Jointly by Urevard's Kiwanle
Clubs along, with. the Drev.rd
County Health Department and Ayailablo In Mims At: I
yle' Brovard Medical Aundatlun.

d, rav: sln la ieheduted the new lhree for use In ,J v...y truly y:" Qr3.
.. one vaccine which Is I taken orally IlJELEMENTARY[ SCHOOLAdministered ,
MInd .
provtdes minimum protee _
Uon In two teedlnKI .pacod eight S ."
weeks apart ';! J
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This vaccine II a weakened --
JIve vIrus, Ilmllar 10 that used, ..'"':c '

for and protection other communlcablo against small die-pox! by.r'" '\', ,..,:.,...;, John M 1. "Un"t4ff: M. D.
clI8e. Brevard County Medical Society ," ,'-', President
eej Dr. honey BTen"d C"'jnty Medll :SocletrProtect

S. S. Drugs Dispensed by
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$Advocate Oel'd' Shuler, Tilunvllle High received. a Utter thin week from
l librarian' and a member of the Alton (' Kennedy of Johnnnea

TIM Voice 'f 2&000 Ninth Brcwd County B *ld.itSection committee! responsible, fur for.litn burg. South \frru' father of last MULLET
NdMnKr students at THS >.!"', txtnnicly popular ex. .
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II TITUSVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER H, IfM Pas. 1-1 In 1M final l thru minutes chafe. student. U's KI'nn'l'Y.TIle WRAPPER
"letter i u'ails
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"1 would like to thank the local .

Pad 13 Is'Setting For Monday'sTestRehearsal log craft the will! Atlas mm\ktna away' and on space Us thaptir of the American
FWd Smut. for I their' kind
tracks it T MO minutes Except!
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for thow In the hlorkhoime. all 1| n M > during illy Note to the Tituovdle Ter say there ant much.
men will leave I lie area by T.MO. Tfttvilli" for a year. for the run They both have thick ikulli,
ht'lp'tllI'y him and the
Red warning lights will lio on, gave Dill Spume, who wrltea opnrla are difficult to communicatewith
Set For .
Mars LaunchCAPE wand' ful PI units he recelvtd"Iff
and the sirtn will bo ready to hud J mant'lous Hint In fur the Orlando Evening Star, ran nothing about driving i
stiuml In case an emergency or laya "If they (Sunford) pluyedTituavlllu aafity and lie dangerous In
THfcasfH'1' HIM\ I win very happy
curt All crews mil he at (their wlI 1i"111' o\III'I..an, t family (die iO Ilnt'. this your. their own habitat The big dlf-
KENNEDY Sept. 24 from the space between Earth an earlier Mariner to Venus in program, so added precautions l stations H lat'nctr" tamilv). and at (the they would beat 1111'11the next teoenre In that alligators are unable
,A dress rehearsal of the first and the red planet, will be trans 12 The Standard Agena, modified are being taken.Engineera Under protection of the blink high arhool It\ hat been an education nine" to obtain a license to operate j
launch of a ipacccraft to Mars nutted with secondary propulsionand house!'. 2110 yards from the liiinrh a neither Vehicle."
and teihniilana of to I let', and I do hope tint How about it, felluwi' Think
will be held here Monday. The first Mariner )Mars\ veh oilier equipment, will next put, will be approximately !lim' the coimmmttv has enloyeclharlngr that I li a pretty fair iMumpllon Of rourw. you should know ,
The most complete combined NASA in the several companies and govern.went men who have come from all ,
Idle was erected on the pad be used by Gemini him a< a folelRn sludeut"A Frankly wt don't and we hopethat what a tailgater/ la a driver I
systems test of a spacecraft and rtmltzvoua In.apal'e agencies will take!' /part in parts of the country tit participate -
who likea
last wetk Included are the Gin program. Tot of wmk' miiNl IIIUP' (IHIIIdime the Turliri hove the to ride! right on your
the dress rthcaral. just as they opportunity
its launch vehicles ever! conduct. In the ton) which will Income tail
I Dynamwa Atlas booster the uauwlly worrying the driver
era This week, Individual tests of, will In the actual launch, Exceptfor and. time spiral/ to make Ida to prove Mr. Spouse/
ed will take place on the Nat. !' a reihlfur them In November
second! stage Lockheed Agenaand of the vehicle!' in frontWevt .
lonal Aeronautics and Space Administration various systems of the two Mar loading and pressurizing the These will he employ lay s-tiih a happy one, .to to all wrong befoi' the cleats ere hung
the had for
fiially on top space a curt these
's Pad 13, craft protected by its bullet finer launch vehicles and the Agena full tanks, and pressingthe sea of GI'DI'rall'nlllllll'l A tirohaiitlcs cttturined hunk I \on up for the final time this leaton bird. in the pant Juat keep
spacecraft are being conducted button which would ignite the and of Loikhtid Mlnmlt'H Frankly we thought the Ter
From adjoining Pads 12 and nosed shroud The spacecraft was Monday comes the full dress liftoff engine, they will run .V Spire Co prune eoiitrirtnrtfor HAPPY tiers tmikd, bit wane than the your right foot on the gsa, you .
produced by NASAs Jet Propulsion might,
even It a bit i
13, two Manner spacecraft will rt'ht'arsal. or simulated, launch through every detail of tho the launch vchiilt's; rtpre BIRTHDAY Spmlnolea, but we almi know ,
Laboratory anti barely touch the brake with
be sent on their elj.ht: .month A second simulated launch will launth sentatives of Jet Propulsion" laboratoiy they are, capable of pluylng a ,
.mbtr 21EMille jour left fool Your lights
journey to Mars in NovembtrScientists The Agina booster for the he held a few days before actual Included In the!' tent l. for the and NASA ml, an Air Spt ninth btttrr bland of bull reirdleaa -
Moue coma on and It ttarea the
hope that data received ipacecraft U an advanced model! launch. In previous U.S. launches first time, will be actual srpar Forte In'him'ill advisor The ( of Mr SIMMIIIDI/ views. off him" pants
from the twin spacecraft next The Mariner mission will be the there has been only one such shun of the umbilical lines whit Atlas and the Agena ire used doa Mrs. D>kts !shuw
July when they arrive at Mars, first NASA use of the Agcna D, test The Mariner Mars mission, feed! electricity Cases and l liquids, number of Air lone pro Sunday, Stpt.mbf 17 Nolh that MtllNiurne la hikIng WARNING don't try this
'will reveal the density of the or Standard Ajena. The Agtna Dsent however Is the most complex to the Agena and "II.t'l'rIulIllI\ (rinii. Ovoiiio" O llrotkrtt. Jr its tux) millatte I III milli fur If you have power brakes on
planets atmosphere Other In. the a few seconds before liftoff In lU.yt Mack the y.ttlr i ear. you'11 probably
Ranger spacecraft to the miNsion to be attempted to date Management/ and teihnlcil oniluil year lnler* liiig to
formation from Mars and also moon this summer and it suit in the U. S. unmanned space previous tests, the umbilici! direction for the Mariner. pea' I low aril Iirown note that Tlliiavillo n reducing wind. up bromlntile or upside
lines have remained attached to Jett ii assigned by NVSXs Of Rudolph SpeirI ill tax mllliiH by :2 I mills down if you try it. j
the Agena .nd. chick made [ilen I ruin* -
lire of Spur Si'li'lire MIl Appll- I
simply of the signals which ...lIona..1. the Jet l'roptilnl Joe GriilxrMri A special" pat on the back to Enraged betauia her husband i

would produce It.p.ra lion, Laboratory, Pasadena. (alif Williilm C Hanien filly Manager Ih-vrlanl l Tilniidife left hit money to lomeone else, !
Freddie Jolla|| and the members of the a wHlnw went In the monument
Just as In the case of (he real This intliidi's reiipoiisihillly fur
show In November, the countdown the spacecraft, spate flight operations Don HPMMonday roum'II. maker ti> have Ida inscription on

for the run through on Monday \ and\ dup space' training SepUnibrr *3 hit tombstone changed !
will start at TU! (lalRI'htime mil rommunlratiiinH, The AtliisAgtna Carolyn Ann Ilindmun, If you have envmlei It It a "' "
sold, the
P minus 393 minutes or 6 : liumh u'hit'In nr under, Carolyn Kave llyutt Mire" sign that incicaa has pmae mm "but
you ordered! 'Rent In Peace'slit
hours and 45 minutes). There will xtiretlion' of N.\S\'R Levels He Dirk MiCotur .I l you b"Knnw .
It .n't be hinged now"
be 217 checks and commands search t'uilir, (hvilmul. andwill Juan )ttlimleaHumlnll
Wr ?V during this perold with the \ bo liiimhed, by C.oillnrlSpite ; I ) Gary Dlankenaliip the different. betweenan "W.11.II said the widow '}lIlt
tempo Increasing until the commands Flight (:Vmiri, Iiiimh Cynthia Ki'liter alligator suit) tailgater Mil undeintath it, 'Till W. Meat

u :.r1i I come only seconds apart (greratione| from (ipe" Kinmily Donna' Jean' liar Well. Allslul Motor_Club. Alain'.
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Pago t-B Tlfutvlll.! (Florida' ) Star' Advocate Friday, Jeptembor." M, JM4 Christian And

Missionary AllianceThe Brevard Junior College Sets


Allance.Christian Church of and Indian Missionary River Enrollment Record With 3100
Church Of The Week
News City, with the big 'Red Bell' en THEPUBLIC

q top, will(! open its Sunday Schoolat Brevard Junior College setMother frown to nearly I times Its original

I:45 a.m. with Park Braden enrollment reward this size of 768 students J la 1960
JaacUaig the for "Pro
program fall wWi a total day and eve He aid that studies aim show

For Titusville and North Brcvard County motion will be given Sunday.to"each Certificates student ning student enrollment of more that after transferring to state All Nursery Stock In Gallon .

Doadllne For Church News on These' Pages I p. M. Wednesday than 3700. ualversities.! Its graduates are
being promoted. achieving higher grades than Cani and Egg Cans
"The Saving Deeds of the This represents a M per cent their class counterpartswho
junior .
About SO Varieties.
Lord" will be the study topic for Increase over last year's enrollment were native to the universe Himdrods

NazareneThe ,..-!: MEDITATION First Methodist Tabernacle Choir the Adult Bible class being of 2800. ity. to Select From Also

First Church of the Naza Coast To Coast taught by the pastor Rev Roy The total student body now "I attribute this ewcesi ant Guaranteed Citrus Tr....
T1 arwdd J 11.11 Morning worship will be heldat Forward. "New and Old Testament '
rene, 1027 Park Avenue, announce consists of some 1200 clay divisIon only U the fine staff of master 4 Feet High $2.75
9:45 and 11:00 Sunday TelecastThe
: : a.m. Mormon School" will be the sermon teachers we have at the college!,"
the following services: at First Methodist Church with 11:00 students who are on'a part
topic during the : a.m. Wilson, "but also to the
said Dr.
Tomorrow night at the home Rev E. W. Norman preachingon 375-voice Salt Lake Mor' worship hour. time or full time basis at the vision, and guidance Vegetable Plants dot. 4Sc
.... IIf :Mr. and Mrs. Wllsoa Stras- Tabernacle Choir, famed "leadership,
Prepare to Meet Thy God? The Christian Cadets and the college and of more than 2:100eYf'lIinlZ : provided by the superintendent
'" baugh, 1133 Garden Street, the Man, You've Met Him Already for popular recordings and 35 Senior AFY will meet at
groups students who the school board and the adeleory
BaUum! Bible Class will meet at broadcasts are pure
of national radio DAVIS NURSERY
The 11:00: o'clock service years 8:30: p.m., also the Christian committee."
2;.tO for 4belr Class party. The will be broadcast over will appear on thetele, workers training class.Miss suing studies at one of five eve
class teacher la Ernest McNab. semi-agnual ning centers In Brevard County The citizens of Bward
radio station WRMF. cast of the 134th Eunice Sawyer, missionary 1 Miles, North Oak
The Sunday School hour, un Church School, under the supervision conference of The Church of along the Mexican border! for "This enrollment Influx", said itude owe these for the people role a debt they Count'j Hill on West Side

der the leadership o t Hubert of Sid Carrsway, will Jemis Christ of Latter-day many years, win tell of her mission Dr. J. Bruce Wilson college played In the growth and suecess of U.S. 1
Blankerahlp, begins at (:.45 Sunday begin promptly at 0.45: a.m. for Saints on Sunday, Octoberi 4th. work and show many president, "makes Brevard Junior of the college, the! president
with Classes for all be carried I OPEN 7 DAYS PER
ages. all ages and at 11:00: a.m. for infants The program will color projection pictures of the College!: one of the fastest said WEEK
The morning worship hour be- Read Ephtslan 1:13.fl through S years! locally by WDBO, channel .t same, during the 7.30: pm. growing colleges In the state"" .

gina at 11:00: with Rev. Thomas lie Is our peace, who hath Youth recreation will\ begin at 12:00: A special eoalt-t oast evangelistic hour. The Senior The college!: president cited sevrsl I
made both one and bath broken 4 00 with orchestraand network .of more than 200: television factors which brought about
E. Ream' bringing the message, : p.m. choir, A.Y.F. group will take an active .
down the middle! win of and radio stations II siring !this enrollment Influx, one of \ S
snack and meetings. part in the service.
"Anchor for the Soul" supper evening \
between us. (Epheslans 2:14) Evening worship will begin at the conference from h1forlc/. Prayer meeting and Bible which was the "important role \\\

Junior, Teen and Young Adult Two Christians, one from India 6.30: p.m, Temple Square 1n Salt Study, Wednesday 7.30: p.m. played by the Brevard County r 1y

Fellowships win begin at 6.00: and another from New Zealand, On Monday, the First Quart City. I I The Alliance Men will meet Superintendent, members of the \\6\ ? you t ,
The Evangelistic hour ii at 7:00: met aboard a missionary ship. erly Conference will be held In Directing the conference! Will. Thursday 7.30: p.m. Brevard County Board of Public ; r;
with Rev. Ream speaking on, They were brothers In Christ, but Hennessey Hall at 7:30 p.m. be David O. McKay, uti- ear instruction and members of the U6\\\ 1 1
; "What Cod Can De For You" could not speak to each other The 11:00: a.m. choir will hold lId president of the churcl1; and Brevard Junior College Advisory t 6\\\\\\
Thry Just pointed to their Bibles rehearsal in the Sanctuary on woild-wido spiritual lead* of 1st Missionary Committee." ,
Monday ntgnt at 8:00: there and smiled. more than two million *JMor First Missionary Baptist Churchof ,! \\\\\1\\\\\
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. "These people have worked
: : will be meeting of the church \\
building a committee at the Thon a happy thought occurredto Boy Scouts will meet at Elan- mane" He will be asslsfyd by Indian River City, Eld. C. II. diligently to provide this .rea I
the Indian He exclaimed his counselors in the First presidency Thornton, pastor announces
: : ton Park at>8.30: p.m. Wednesday. with a college of high quality"the tTake
church'j '"Hallelujah! The New Zealan- of the Church, Huh B. services follows '
: : The 0.43: a.m. choir will hold as : president said the 11m. to
Wednesday :night the regular dcr, in delight, e 1'1 I e d out, rehearsal In the Sanctuary on Brown and N. Eldon Tanner. Sunday: Sunday School, 9:45: find out lust how way II Is.
midweek prayer aervice begins "Amen!" These two words were Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. The Featured speakers ",will Include I.m. with classes for all ages, Me pointed out that last year
the beginning to them of one the general author-Kilns of Brevard Junior College was one
; at 7.00: with choir rehearsal to Commission on Christian Social nursery provided; Morning wor
follow language and one speech. Concerns will meet at the home the church. These are rfiw| of ship, 1100: ; Baptist Training of the few new colleges in the

God Is the Father of all men of Mrs. J. O. Ixwan, 2014 Glen- wide experience on government, Course, 6:30 p.m.; Evening warship Southeast to be granted early

: : Christian Science whether Jew or Gentile. As child Wood Or, at 7:30: p.m. Wednes business, education, and relgious( 7.30.'Wednesday: recognition by the Southern Association
ren In the kingdom of the heavenly day. leadership. Their addre seshavmet !\ 7.30: p.m., Mid. of Colleges and Schools

; Incidents' from the lives of Fathor, we think of all men astrothen with universal! Jntere. .and week Prayer Service, Bible and that the young college has

: the prophets Elijah and Elitha!: -In understanding, In Good ShepherdAt response. study; 8.30, adult choir rehearsal. -
(I and II King) will be featured sympathy, In goodwill, and In The conference is attended I. Mims Methodist NO MONEY DOWN ... --.w,: =
in the Bible Lesson on "Reality"to helpfulness, Our mission is to Good Shepherd Lutheran by thouHands 4Il Mormon leaders; Thursday, 10 a.m., ladies' (when ,.." va''hr'' S I.". P Ip"a......irito.
be read at Christian Science bring men together In love and Church on Sunday September from around the globe. The sessions visitation; 7:15: p.m., men's visitation Services for First Methodist WE FINANCE 00% B<< _.YM ;'I.*l_, "*""*"'W'-''''
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churches throughout the world worship/ around the cross, that 27, divine worship services will are transmitted via short ; 7 p.m., Beginners' choir Church of Mime are announced BUILT ON YOUR LOT seas' :: :,."p.. '"
: on Sunday. we may be filled with love for be conducted at 8.00 and 10:30: wave to Mexico, South America, rehearsal; 7.30: Junior choir re as follows by Rev. Mayo:
the some Redeemer and have the a.m. The Rev. Arnold F. Claus and Carribbenn, Africa and hearsal.Ho -
Sunday Morning worship services
Readings from "Science and of heaven. All those "Our ""
same hope will deliver the sermon Europe. '
Health with Key to the Scrip are held at 9 and U a.m.. .tI! '
who accept the lordship of Jesus Wor hip", based en the text For more Information call !:-- \ Jil l'WaJler
at 10.
tur.. by Mary Baker Eddy will :
Christ lain admittance to the Psalm 122, verse 1 in which we AM 75084. : ...... .
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include these lines "The :
: fading same privileges and hopes. read was glad when they said A covered dish dinner will be \

forma ot matter, the mortal unto me, let us go Into (the house "mothers, will attend a Tea on .=1 i held at 12.30: at the church with _.-.Os..5... JIM WALTERCOMPOATION51p.s.
body and material earth, art PRAYER: 0 lord help me Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock, beverage provided ......-.... I ...r..r.._.___...... I
of the Lord. ,, _hn___ __._
the fleeing concepts 111: the and all members of Thy churchto at the home of Mrs Claudia Zan- --
to! In Thy kingdom by This will be the second sermon Methodist Youth Fellowshipmeets I .
: human mind. They have their our part etta, 825 Karen Drive. :=
prayer and works of love. So in a aeries of messages relatingto hath Made everything at 8:30: p.m. with evening oatAMxt<< ri.omni II
; day before the permanent facts the Lutheran Liturgy, explaining There will be no beautiful! la Us Out w. ('....hli ) .. -
nay Thy church's unity win all Meetings time! also Ho service; .at 730.: .._
and their in Class on Tuesday evening. ........
perfection .
Spirit mankind to faith In Thee. For the several parts of the worship hath set eternity In their n.,. aw one ::-.:-.::::'.::.w.r.r..r......_
: appear Mortals must look and scheduled for the week include heart -(Eccles, Sll. Bible study group meets on r. e. ... MM I -- I
our Savlor'a sake Amen. f service, paraments, Wednesday : ) t.:=::=:.:.:: =. ===-
beyond fading, finite forma, if Cod symbolisms. Choir Rehearsal Even though -wo may be Wednesday at 7:15: p.m. rtM Bin MaMnrtMMit I [;wn...._--.._ I
the Day
for :
they would gain the. true sense hopes Thought to see us as His grace | The Sunday School hour itI evening at 7.30: Junior o'clockon Confirmation anxious for some good to tii-um t...::=='=:::::":'-.:=::.J
of things" (pp. 203 204)). Class at 3:30: come to we, not Kcmemoer pay Paper Boy
would make us-one tn heart, from 9:15: untl 10:15: o'clock, us .should fear your
First Church of Chrlet, Scientist In fellowship. J with classes offered for three- Thursday afternoon, and also that lie has forgotten us; wo -
one In lovd, one
\ : Titusville, holds Sunday Lydia Mowatt (Canada) I year old children to adults. The on Thursday the Board of DI' should remember that His
1\ rectors of the congregation will timing Is perfect-neither too I
\ services at 11 a.m. and Wednesday .I 'Fiwtorl Class also meets dur
meet at the Church at 7:30: p.m. late nor too soon. -
testimony meetings at 8 Of GodThe ing this hour, this Sunday studying
p.m at JOB Baldwin Shopping First Church
"God'i Creaturcl", a continuation

; .: Center. Sunday School' for servlei of First Church of of lesions concerning the PARKWAY DEVCO INC.
children up to the age of 20 convenes God will begin with Sunday I Christian Doctrines, r
: at 11 a.m. In the Chamber will be
School classes at 10:00: o'clock Miss Dilla Rodriguez NOW LEASING
of Commerce building this Sunday morning There will In charge of the nursery which

.: :, _All are. ...welcome._ be classes! for all ages. Following la available during the 10.30 STORES AND OFFICES
Sunday School and before I worship service.Sunday '" ,;
morning worship there will evening at 0:00: o' CONVENIENTLY LOCATED AT HIGHLAND A GARDEN ST.
a presentation of promotion clock, the Good Shepherd t) On Main thoroughfare t* ',...-tot!' I-M, also known as Csuio-
: : Attend League will way Rood Cornor location on Orlando Rood Centrally
) Friendship Bowling
tificates for pupils ,
located In High traffic area g) Adequate Front-of-Bulldlng
are moving up a class. bel mret. parking Rentals start at $120 Monthly

: : Services The morning worship Members and prospecUve WRITE BOX 1403 TITUSVILLE or PHONE
members of the Girls' Mission
o'clock GRIFFIN. 267-3528
Will follow at 10:45: MRS. BETTY
II League together with their
: : the Pastor, Itev
"Thi bringing the morning ... J, w A ."
"riir-re will be an installation ofnew I
officers! and teachers in -

: : Week this service.The ; -:

Youth Fellowship will -C-
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meet at 8:30 p.m. on Sunday In ---

the home of the puitor, 3374 Eld. J ,,
: ': at Your Own er Street. There will be an !

election and Installation of flew Our drive-in ---

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Placeof The mid week prayer service I
will be held on Wednesday banking service

evening at 7:30: p.m. 4
The services of the First ) vY

Worship I Church of God are presently being saves you time/ tI tIDrlr.
conducted In the old Indian
River City rout Office building phi

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Sunday School. 9:45 A.M. Worship Hour, 11 A.M. '

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Friday' Stptomber IS, 1H4 rHverflle" (PlerMa. ) Stof. AaWeeats -- 'II Lighthouse Tibernacl Pine Grore; Baptist :ZZ: FIrsf Christian :* Aurintli Biptisf !

Service for the lighthouse The Pine Grove Baptist Mission Services for First Christian The public is cordially invited 1

Tabernacle ire as follows: at the corner of Spring St. Church of Titusville are announced to attend the regular services 1,

Sunday Sunday School, 10a.m. and Stanford will hold services as follows by Pastor of the First Baptist Church of ft

News Of The .; Morning worship with Pat- ai follows: Eddie FineSunday : Aurantia as follows: '
: tor Jesne Trawirk bringing the Sunday: Sunday School, 10a.tn Sunday: Sunday Sehool 9:41 .
.Church message: Evangelistic services, ? with Ernest Woodell M : Sunday School 9m a.m.; Morning werekip at 11. i
Titusville and North Brevard weekq 7:30: p.m. Superintendent and classes for .. .; Morning worship 10. wHh with pastor sermon topic this t

..1 .11. ages, The morning worship pastor's sermon topic "The High Sunday "Who Is Jesus" Presently
Wednesday. 7 30 p.m.. Prayer' Coot of Following Christ";: You'
Deadline for Church News on These Page S P. M W..... hear begins al It with the message no Sunday :-ninj service
meeting; by' Pastor Roe Johnson. th meeting, 8:44,. p,m..,, Evenlptf' is bein .. Nd. bob this will
worship 7:30: p.m. be In future.
Dinner on the church grounds added the near
Church Of God, Mims with dedication service of the Monday Men's monthly meet Midweek prayer service be (

Trinity Lutheran First Baptist Church IRC Methodist First PresbyterianSunday Services for Church of Gal new building about 3 p.m. with ing 7:30: p.m.Wednesday.. Prayer meeting, gins at 7 p.m. on Wednesday.
This church located
John Canada bringing., the message is on
morning worship at First Baptist Church offers The service of worship for the Al the 8 30 and 11 s.m. wor Mima, are' announced at follows 7:30: to 8:15: pm U. S. I in the Indian River ,

Trinity Lutheran Church begins three worship services every Indian River City Methodist ship services Sunday at First by Rev Kyle II Bryan pastor Plantation Estates.
st 10:15.: The church is air- Sunday. The early service beginsat Church will be held Sunday at Presbyterian Church the Rev. Sunday: Sunday School 10a.m. Tuesdd evening, 730: prayer -t with the Calvary apt .t

conditioned and a nursery is I 30 am with special music 11:00: ..m. in the new church Charles W Bates, pastor, will .; Morning worship, It ..m., meeting and Bible study of the Church of Orlando I
conducted during the service for and a message by Pastor W S. budding located on HighwayNo continue his brief series of sermons Evangelistic service. 7 p.m. 12th shaper of Roman.. The Pine Grove Baptist Mission ADDING MACHINE!: ROLLS, our

3'small, children This Sunday Hardin 30 across from Indian River on the Apostle Creed. Wednesday Youth Service 7:30: Friday evening Sept 25, the is a member of the Amerl OfflcN ESe! *each st the Star-Advocate

will be Layman's Sunday with Sunday School begins at 1:45: Heights The pastor, Rev Rob There Is a church.hour nurseryfor p.m. Central Florida Youth Rally will ran Baptist Asm Ii 1 :

men of the congregation conducting a.m. with graded nurseries, ert Waddell will bring the mss children to age six at the 1 '

the complete service. classes sod departments for all "The Church and The Bat. latter service only
Sunday School begins at 900: ages. Cradle Roll for infant and tle sage for the Minds of Men" Rally Day will be observed In ...-. ,..m..+,...PA ew1..n..q..,. ....r.r.Yes.ts .rrMr.rw. K n rrlf+M iirgitr

with classes for all sges including Extension of Invalids, shut.Ins There will be a consecration the Sunday School, convening .1
adults Children under 3 and people who must work on service at the conclusion of the 9:43, Promotions will be made.

years old may be kept in the Sunday service for all teachers and effective the following Sunday.

nursery provided during this Regular! morning worship at workers In the Church School. when the fall quarter. begins I
hour 11:00: a.m. Special music and a The nursery will be available Junior-HT and Senior HI Youth
meet In the church st 7
the Pastor Groups
message on
The Junior Lutherans will for Infants and small children
meet from 2:00.3:00: : Sunday at 'Thinking On Good Things"Training Sunday School for all ages will p.m. r .yes y ,
Union meets at 6..ISp
ternoon. This is for ages 6-11. be conducted from B:43 to 10:33a persons desiring to unite with
for all
The Luther League will meet m age groups .m. the church should plan to meet

Sunday evening from 600: to o'clock Evening Special worship music at by Intermediate 7:30: The Methodist Youth Fellow with the Session at 7 jo p.m. I Si;
7:00: at the church Thursday evening, October 1st
Choir and a message by ship will meet at 9:43 p m with
The Trinity Lutheran Church Their public reception wilt beheld r y' w
the Pastor on "Our God Is Able". s program and recreation. All I s '
Women will meet Monday evenIng on the following
Midweek Prayer Service, youth from the seventh grade '
at 7:30.: There will be a Wednesday st 7:30: p.m. at school through age 21 are Invited October 4th.. which Is Worldwide'iii
special speaker Dr. Metz of the to participate The Sun' Communion Sunday In mostthe a a 9 ,' w+ }

School Board, and anyone in Grace BaptistServices day Evening Fellowship for all evangelical churches. YJ a h 1

tcrested is Invited. The Bible ages will begin at 7:30: p.m. In V
Study will be conducted by Mrs. for Grace Baptist the chapel with hymn singing Jehovah's Witnesses : r4
John Lundy Mrs Melroy Syver- Church are held In the CommunIty There will be a discussion on 1

son and Mrs. Gentry Greene Church Building on Old Dixie "The Christian and the Pressures Tho following program to be

will serve refreshments New Highway as follows: of the Woi Id." The hour held at the Kingdom Hall, 1422 s 'v s b. .
officers for 1969 will be elected. Sunday: Bible School 10 *.m., concludes with a period of fellowship Norwood Ave. ls announced by

The Primary age Jr. Lutheran with classes for all ages, MornIng L. D. Shawvcr, local presiding'.

choir will practice at 6:30 follow worship, 11, with Pastor Boy Scout Troop No. 370 will minister t I

ed by the Junior age Jr. Lutheran Margene'i subject "How to meet Monday at 7:00: p.m, at Sunday at 3:00: p.m. a Public '
choir at 7:00: on Tuesday Rest in Stormy Days;" I p.m., the church. Girl Scout Troop Bible Lecture will be given by ?

evening. The Adult choir will Junior High Youth with Muss No. 310 will meet Tuesday at s representative of the Watchtower 1i1 d' A ?

practice at 7:30: Tuesday Judy Margene In charge and 7:00: p.m. at the church The Society 3 Lowe. whose R u 1

Senior High Youth with Miss Explorer Post meeting will be subject Is, 'Does Your ReligionPlease "
The Second Year Confirmation Caroline Platt In charge, Evening "' the lee
held at 7:30: p.m. Wednesday In God Following :
Class will meet Wednesday 7:00, Pastor .
Gospel :
I the Sunday School wing of the lure at 413: p.m. the weekly :
evening at 6:00.: At 7:00: to 7:30: Margene will continue his studiesin will be conducted \
building Junior Girl Scouts Bible Study
on Wednesday a new service the Book of Romans on "Just. Col '
the Scripture
have been organized and will discussing
"Meditation Time", will begin Ification by Faith." Per '
met on Monday afternoons. 3:1.10.: "Strip Off the Old 0"
4 at the church. This will be Is .
a Grace Baptist an Indepcml LiveForever" ,..
if You Want To
Boys and girls of the communityscout sonslity
; quiet time of prayer, scripture ent, fundamental pre-millcnnial, '. '4 a.f
reading and meditation with missionary church. age are invited to participate ( .. .
: ;
recorded background musia In the scout progrsm Every Tuesday at 8:00: p.m. : t'I '" : : ,
Anyone may come and leave First Baptist, Mims Members of the church are another Bible Study Is held on, I! ;
urged to meet for visitation evangelism "Babylon\ The Great Has FallenGod's d> -' .
quietly at time the .
any during Services for First Baptist ,. '
half hour on Wednesday and Kingdom Rules"Thursday : 4; r .
Church, Minis, Rev Joseph E, Thursday evenings at 7:00: p.m. st 7:30: p.m. the .t uI
Wednesday evening 7:30: all Boatwrlght, pastor are announ The Adult Choir will have Its rehearsal Theocratic Ministry School Is \ 'I .

I' new and returning Sunday ced as follows: Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. held followed at 8 JO p.m. by .,
:. School teachers will meet at the Sunday: Worship services are in the chapel the Weekly Service Meeting. + t.
church. held at 11 a m. and 7:30: p.m. .
If- Junior and Youth choir groups The Church is making an effort : ... 4, ',' I .J' ..,.(. :

rehearse st Jp.m:* to expand its recreational Bellwood Baptist ... Q I I
EpiscopalThe j: / lone potato out of ten THAT'S
Monday: 10 '.01. Beginner program for the youth of the '. \\"
Bcllwood Church
Baptist scrvIres r r
schedule for St Gabriels Choir rehearsal, age 912; 3:4S: church. New recreational equip' are announced as follows by ALL GOD ASKS. From ancient times
Episcopal Church, as announcedby p.m.. Primary Choir rehearsal, ment has been purchased, and
Father Ferguson/ Is M follows age 61; 7:30: p.m? Alice Gaventa adult volunteers are needed to the Sunday pastor, School Bro. ,M,<'rbert 1:45: Walters am; r i ir4 '. men have realised their obligation to t
Circle meets st home of Mr, P supervise the recreation period "
: ; God and His
Morning worship, II::00. church by giving a tenth
Saturday, Sept. 20 the Junior W Roberts, Jr.Wedneaday. from 4:15: to 8:43 p.m. Sundays This II' mission of .
Altar Guild will meet at 10.00 6 p.m., Supper; Please contact Mrs Jack Wheeler Central chapel Bsptist Church: of Indian S. 4 5e of their 'Increase. TITHING is Gods

a.m. 6.30, Sunbeams, GA's, RA's, Of. 267'3180, or the pastor
Sunday, Morning Prayer will fleers.Teachers meeting; 7:30: p. w at} r"ti PARTNERSHIP

be said at 7:15: s.m.; Holy Communion Hour! of Power, 1:30: Choir re a WITH THE ONLY CORPORATION THATCAN'T
Church Of ChristThe
will be celebrated at 7:30: hearsal, age 17 up Assembly Of God i

a.m.; Sunday School for the Thursday, 9.30 s.m. and 7 p.m Church of Christ meetsat First Assembly 00 PROKK. Salvation cost Ood

fourth grade and up will meet at Visitation the corner of St. Johns sndHopkins Services for His only Son .what lull it cost your The
of Cod, 1212 .West Main Si. are
S Church Wide
> 00 s m ; Family Fuchsrist will Saturday p m (
be celebrated at 10.00 I.m.: The Fellowship fish fry and touch dole of services Avenue is as The follows Silio: announced as follows by Pallor I ; tenth is Holy unto the Lord" Uv, 27.3], "Those who

Sunday Sihool, third grade and football game Sunday: Bible study, 9.30 W. J. ComeSunday School, 0.43a withhold more than la right will come to
: Sunday
below, will meet at 10.00 a.m.
under the direction of James Central Baptist a m; morning worahlp 10:50: .m.; Morning worship, 10.45; poverty," Pror U ;24 eerr.r.w.r.rw
e m.; evening service 6.00
p.m. .
Munms, Jr The E Y. C. will Evening worship, 7:30: p m
Midweek Bible
Services for Central Baptist study Is on at
Christ's Ambassadors meet
meet at 6 30 .
Tuesday, Sept p m 29, Holy Com Church of Indian River City,, Wednesday at 7:00: p.m. 7:30: p m. Tuesday sad Bible ,, .O.r!r..+ ..nn. } w
Rev D V. McAllister pastor Bible study classes are provided -
Is conducted the
Study by pastor
munion will be celebrated for the
Feast of St. Michael and All are announced as follows: for all age groups both Sunday en Thursday night at 7:30.: This Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:
Sunday: Sunday School 1:45: morning and Wednesday .
Angels st 9.30 s.mOn .
a m.; Morning worship 11; JunIor night. Maurice W Jackson Jr.
Wednesday Sept 30, Morning Choir practice p.m.; Music Is the minister of the church. Remember par your Piper Boy Town Motel Baird's Mobile Home
Prayer and .
.1IoIYCommunlon. .
Train ------
committee mrrtinff. 5.20' --- ----- -- -
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The Episcopal Churchwomen i ter Downtown Titusviile Ilte,1 1 Dux 331 Cocoa
Ing Union, 6:30:: Evening worship
will meet at 12;:30 p.m. with a 1Threlkeld's
7:30: ; Adult Choir practice TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
covered dish luncheon meetingto 1.45. Standard Service Luke Cain .
follow. The speaker will be (CAlI Amerkse LaRseesa Church) '
Mrs Morley of the Family ServIce Monday, 10 a.m.. W M. U. executivt Downtown Titusviile, AM 7-0027 Slate Farm Insurance Companies
meeting at Central Baptist 140 MAGNOLIA AVENUE 214 Palm, TitusviileBoyd's

Thursday October 1. Holy INDIAN RIVER CITY Indian River Machine Shop
Tuesday. 7:30: p.m.. Y W A.
Communion at (.30 a.m.; at 7:00: Gulf f Service
the Men's Deanery Meeting\ meeting. SUNDAY SCHOOL . . /t00 era Indian IllveCity: Florida
p.m. Duwntown Titusviile
1:30 .. orflc
Wednesday : p m r.-
at Daytona Beach. CHURCH SERVICES . lOllS, era.
Teachers meeting; Beginner Mims Citrus Growers Association
The choir will rehears on
and Primary Sunbeams, Junior W. Extend A Cordial Welcome Brevard Lumber CompanyMr.
Friday Oct. 2, at 1:45: p.m. You) Mlms, Florida
and Intermediate GA s and RA s
meet st church: 7:30: Prayer CLAUDI I.TIJAN. Paster
St. Teresa's Catholic meeting and Mrs. P W. Roberts, Jr. W. E. Kennedy

Thursday, 7:30: p m. Vlaitatioeprogram .I Mime, Florida Ibdepck Furniture. Tlttawtlto
Hours of worship at St. Ter .
esa's Catholic Church are announced WELCOME TO THE ,
as follows by Rev First ChristlanlRC M.seta Bryan-Conway & Winstead, Inc. C. W. Danenburg

Father John B. Ollare pastor First Baptist Downtown\ Titusviile Danenburg Realty
Sunday Masses: 7.00, 1:30: Services for First Christian 1914 S. WMnton, Titusviile

10 00 and 11:30: s.m. Church of Indian River City see a""

Weekly Masses: Monday held in the Civic Crater as follows Church a BelkLindseyTltuavllle Master Cleaners

through Friday. 8 00 s.m.; Saturday : a
I 00 am.Confl'l.loa. Bible School, lam.; Worship resets ": S Hepkbu at Tltusville City Limit*

Saturday 4.00-3.00 service 10 a m. with Melvin Of Mlms -" Ray Nelson Insurance Agency ,
and 7.00.1( 00 p.m. Sparks bringing the menssge silo/ Dig Apple i'hza Franscn's Drive In Restaurant

, I Ii ; Employe. South Washington
I SUNDAY ICHIL) ? and *,
i FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 141 A. M. Titusviile "*, .
i Burger King. ,
la The Heart Of The Community" 11:00: A. M. I North V. S. I I. Titusviile I ?
YOUTH CHOIR II. ? e N \ Edwards Realty
Male It Hopkins Tltwt le. Florida HUUAL 1:31: ,. M. 51 i / W T Jim and Mary Edward
e Duff ElectricTitusvillo
Cw a4t1
TUININO UNION r IJaldwin Showing' Center
W. S. Hsrdla. Pastor : ,. M. f Mr. and Mrs II. Guy Duff ,

-1E1tVICES- I w/o. NIGHT unl 1:33: ,. M. t r s, Canaveral Rambler : Brevard Mutual Ins Agency, Inc..

Sunday Worship . . . fcM 1 1:00 Alt .IVICI y:3P.: M. .4 AM 7.13-13"" 1 lWII ltueywe
Ns phot
Sunday School . . . IU AJt i .m.e .
Training Union . IllS A-M- I -n. End Of Tour G I I "! : I of

Sunday Evening Worship? . . 730 P.M. s..rcJa row A TrfmdlyCkwcl' t I i dlI Rinker Materials Corp. The Employee

Mid.Week Service. Wednesday . . WO P.M. !I I' r West Grange. Ph. AM 7.>>.10 Suburban Propane

Oldest Baptist Church la Area Established: la1S39 AIr C.nal+twd PN 1 J'18'I ::::: ; U Duffy's r First Federal Savings & Loan Association

Affiliated with Southern Baptist Co. e ttonAlrCondltloaed I ,,,, )I aSee. Downtown Titusviile
Mother of Three Cfcorchee W. I Ii ciJi AI I Mir. Florida

i Cordially Invite You to Attend Our Serrlcee. Jaeeh t. $..MrlgM. ody S MLe'e TlwseNle. Pr.wD.eres..e .

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MISTER BREGER I no moss or ivy on this bank .

We are the youngest bark: around, and we are ?I .
Ann Landers I
glad of it.! jumping. to malEe'you a loan for Jr reatosaWepurpose.

She' Self-Conscious W, think you'll find it's refreshing to do bust leave
s pur asset* are ample to protertoaemgr yen
nee with us, because we are so full of youthful zip.
with us, and you are also protected by that fine insurance
And so free of rust and cobwebs.
Dear Ann Landers Can by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
: you up hit head In this woman's

help us understand a new gIVl\ presence. He doesn't want her You'll find we'll welcome an agency of the U. S. Government
.;::'In our crowd* in your deposits eagerly,
She U a high our house ever again
school 'junior and we like her Frankly, I like this woman ( whether they be large or small And you'll find us We are for those "who think young."

very much, but something about very much. She is wonderful j1& da t

her is a mystery. It Is &laD t company and I'd hate to give

Irritating. lip) her friendship M. I brevard INDIAN RIVER PLAZA

Veronica has a habit of WRONG? national 1 bank
Jiughing out loud over abso Dear M. I.: Just when I think

lutely nothing. Her laugh is I've beard everything I get a

Jort of shrill almost a Ihrle letter like yours. The situationis .

It can jet on .a person's nerve too close to that old joke a

3 I Say to her "What did you "My husband ran off with my 1 i BOY/ON TOP OF STEALING

So last night?" She will reply, belt friend. What shall I do? I I 1t7UN0 MAN, AND TEO.INS ;JES, NOW I
"Nothing much stayed home, mill her." UP MJMIND.. IP SHE A V
looked at TV and washed ASKS ME WHO13/7/ ES ,r THOSE COOKIES
hair." my Yea, M. I. you are I'LL' TELL THE TRUTH AGAIN ?/ 1
Then she
gives out with M
: this piercing laugh. WRONG. If you must continuethe "Hmph Make sure you read the 'HELP WANTED' 'I

Once friendship do so in the afternoon section too "
asked her what was
at her house and tell
so funny and she answered this newspaper enclosing a ENVELOPES :
her why she can't come to yours. Business Size

: "Nothing." stamped, self-sddreased envelfor m Uin|. Full itoct at Stif- 1

:. Is her sens of humor superior Dear Ann Landers: So now ope _Advocate :. I II

? Can it be that we are too you are an art critic in addition j

: dense to get the point and ..h.doesn't to your other talents talents. MORTGAGESFHA
want to explain things too numerous to mention. THIS" NINTH JUDICIAL CUt Conventional I
: Thanks CVIT IN AND FOR 19
for your help. THE You answered Thillila like a COUNTY UHKVARD!: t
FLORIDA Par Lwar Rates and '
: ;CROWD real pro. When she said the NO. sumo
a'_.. Dear Crowd: Veronica laughs prize-winning painting was NOTICE: O' ADOPTION George M McCutchan Service"' 15I HIS CHIP CANT FIND WEU.THATB NOTHINO Y JUST' I JU51
n'0Ol '
%n.lecause) she is nothing but a solid black sirllhbaIN 100
canvas Misnolla
self-conscious Ph. 2(77121
tS LOVe AND i r
I err? ---- ALL T)416) l4ON LITTLE
not because she thinks something you told her the judges thought HBt Th adoption of KATHI.KKW -
is funny. thry saw something! more than and KAREN DIANNE BUCKl.KY flONU .HELP HIM
just solid black. : Minor '#'_or .".>... I 1'Z r ,
Say nothing but try to make TO I ALnURT: c t'r'i'I'KLIT.: !: r Txn1h

her foci comfortable and she Of course they did. They were ralrlue Natural, Buckley Vainer of and Kathleen Karen I

will laugh less probably drinking vodka martinis IHiinnn Biii'kley" Minor 1

the night before the judging Children I

Dear Ann Landers: Three' and they saw swirls and Too will lake noU" hot ,
years ago I wrote to you about magnificent bursts of color. h.. flied In the oWoo of th. '1 0 ,
Clerk of .the above named Cnurt I
my husband and another wo To heck wth great artists like hi. Potman, to adopt KATHI.KKN 1

man. When I learned of the Michelangelo, Raphael, Gaugln PATRICK: UIANNH! 'BUCKI.KY' BliCKl.KV: and KAHICN PI. 4
minor _
affair I was crushed. He got Renoir Rembrandt and Van children Pt Pi O
down on his knees and swore Dough. 'They are too exquisite You are herewith notified that Pt r PtPt I

the affair meant nothing and if for our ugly minds. We are ho the mild Court I'etltlon for hearing h.. been atIM eel :by '. r '.

I would forgive him he would captivated by the modern slop o'clork In the A.M. on tbe 13th "' PtCRARBE F

spend the rest of his life making BARCLAY SQUARE Court day of Hnuee October In, 1IHI4.the at City the County of Tltuavllle t tPt GETTING ARfeNTVOU GiNTL MEN OOIM9 I ITO WE DON'TMIND I
it up to me. Dear Florida and you are .: : '
Square: You write soweD herewith notified to appear and 1 VERYT/RED/ OFFER ME A SEAT? /- STANDING.

Your advice was, "Forgiveand It's a shame you never how why.: the cauM prayer,, If any of you Raid may Petition have I Unfortunately. soms dl. Pt OPSTANDING, WHV.OP

forget Trust him. He won't learned to read. What I said 'haIl, I not hors,tad. Pt honest ,.non m.,"char,. Pt 1 w CLADY 4. w f

fail you." Well I took your'advice was, Then is good modern art JIKU Dated at thla THuevllle Bril day, Florida.of September, P or It"chargaplate with your endit tack card pPt v, ( VERONICA, .

and three months ago it and there is bad modern art. (COURT' SEAL more than a million Amer.yur Ptt 1 w r e

happened again this time in there is good representational CURTtt R. BARNEl' : Pt Icon. lose their credit Pt

my own home with my art and there is bad representational Clerk Iirevard, Circuit County Court Florida p I. cord.Credit. Cud You Forgery call now CO"got p I.

dearest friend. art" I don't pretendto Hvt: V. e. HpanalerDeputy Pt AraI aC little sites cost Pt >-

I saw it coming but decided know a great deal about eith Clerk. Pt with JEt"l Casualty's :: o

if he was one of those immaturemen er. All MOOR orneya and at Law AMARI '.. Hom.G"nen policy. 'I.tPI !.T.Q

who had to cheat I'd rather The mall on this subject contained Co P. 0Rnx101 '
oa Heath Florida 1. I. '
he cheat with someone I know knocks from both sides- opt. 4, II. II, It ITrU 1M4, %
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and like. equal in number, which proves Read Star-Advocate CUsilfleds: KEEL 4 1:1:'
Here is the problem: My hus again that the middle of the DCQ HURRY '
band has been so asham d sine* road is the most dangerous r INSURANCE KL S HA THC*AMS IPEAl PBEFERS--AMUSCIE POUND MAKEUPHEROWNMIND?

I caught them that he"'can't hold of all. That's where Plal.e/I/ JIM'S TVFroftiitcnal PS AGENCY INC. PttPt 1:' MR BARSARA ON APf MAN, Oft INUNIFORM A HANDSOME

the accidents FORADANCE, -
happen / A GuaranteedService Y I -
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' HOWARD 100 Men.lla AWI.I, ':l't I 0Ci X N

BAR Ann Landers ill be glad to tD RAJNISH, 27-2552 .L R. C. 267-7121 I IPi
help you with your problems. US 50, IRC, I Block' W. of 4t' 1
Your Favorite Drinks Send them to her in care of I I. R. PlaiaTELEVISION ..t itl1

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ON SAM PROGRAM ('II. I11 O'Clnvk' High 111IN': C5. A 'hn.nloll.lc1lao -c k2cni
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shark 11518IIr0m 1,1111 ('h, 2 1>1."... Court *
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SAT Saturday 8:80: ('b. I ('hrlatol'hnr Program 0:15:: Ch 1 Cartoons ,
pa ('h' I 'IGI.I "t"vurily" ,.," ('h,, I Romper Siam
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Ch. I summer armuater 5,51,, ('II, 1 Hlbla Amwera 10:30: ('h 5 Ward S's Word
OPEN AT 6:45: P. M. SOCh.t:30' S IVimly fowl {'h. 1 Thin I. tho IJ(, ('h, 5 I Lov. 1._
('h, H F n. Mlil-Klnrlda' Ch Goo cal Tim. ('h, 0 Price I.
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I .. Friday/ September 25, 1964 T.hmllle. "' (Florida) Star .Ad vac.... Pap 51I II'

Four New Commemorative Stamps To Be Issued In 65 i 1"1

Postmaster General John A. p1e11Mellc\ ain4cs etQcegPIIIIM son It will be issued In connectIon climatic because the War of under tho command of Sir Edward .
Gronoutkt today RM the 1MB far' Sean, stamp cnHwtnrt are with the centennial of the tail was really -,vrr. Modern tilstorians Fakenhim, attacked Gen
i, tommemse.tive pontaso I stamp pm-ttopatiHi; in UM wtMMtlonrt first snkol wiuestlmul and |...y- ihMfr, The Treaty ofGhent ml Andrew Jackson'sSOD Americas -
program WI *. a fljlm) start bt1nmounrlnc < bold al t UM Mrareham sisal fiinena .<...>it.fii. in the, bad hen" signed keJnre troops. The Bstftah suffered
fi*" slew Malta" that HoM, t S itvmbrr! 17-N Untied stale the battle occurred January I. 2036 t casualties the Am
*'ill be 1..IIII1H'Jt. year, norordtox '''\Jl'llil1IP of 1hr ranror stamp The sokol program comMneiynitint ISiS but it had not been ratified critics, 11 A week later the
to Pwrtmatlw. llrrroaa Watt- .i to "mind Anwnrani' that ancarly ..r. -eAiKfrtlnnal and'! by the V S Senate and\ the 'Gtigtith: left by tea
wood. < nip Two health >r_ this tlttlt'1I11' On rehmart' I?, the Steady of
are aulym.; tt phymeal x ( wafer a lItrol, >wr hlf of more Ibuu1d not end until ratification
I ClneAi aid cancer Mr. CrouuuUii lIid. The cancer than ':'Niooit) mont of whom" are Chewt' was ratified aM die war

Je Slaavps narking Ole ueto anoiversary mump *m alas salute HIP men of Slnxak Nah and( Yuuonlrr\ In Vie battle. tones of S,3AO .offtt'll"3 ended,
of the })stile of New and women engaged in cancer (1NXrlnthtun
Orleans sad the aooth of inventor j.- rch: and., the mtllktM of Amrrlwm -
Robert Fulton birth ale IIIIt! Mkd help| finance the war 00 percent fir American
a scheduled nfialnst students fatted" phmiral fltneaniMfa
rancorThe FOR SALE *
in I tone! only S percent othe /
The announcement madeat
was I'bYliwl1 l ntiH'Si alamp U .
Robot! member Tailed MUUMH
the opening rf'rl'monf.or the a tribute to the program Initiated .
ftwoUun ia leas than 1 per
Matmnti Philatelic ExhiMtwM ta ty the lilt PrmMont I Kennedy! '
eyed and a linked member la ere
Washington, D.C. Finns atiaiial and wmtiniH-d hy PreiunVnt J"hn- .
only Amertftm to win an Ol>m TANGELO
pic gold medal hi R>mna llci. :

t When hf' was 13, Robert Fulton
Boy On Bicycle Bitten By Don
'built .i pRddfe-whrcl/ to operate ORANGE TREES
his fishing boat In the stream
Mike Clean rear-old son of carding Ia l Jii- ,mother near his home In little Britain,
newcomers are Wally Hasselbring,
were welcomed to Titusville Thurs- Mrs. Richard Bohlmann Mrs Nr *ad Mrs. Walter II Glennat Mike was 'taken. t* J Eugene Nye,
Rt. I, Mints, hltlcn tho .
on Memorial launch the first sureewful
Hospital for
day at Florida Greeters Newcomers Club Mrs Don Doose, club member and Mrs. treatmentof
I leg by a huge dog Monday after
the wound Die rlormont. In 1KU7 nm.dl'
annual club monthly coffee held in the homeof Ron Kulchak.-Carlson Photo.flLE.:11ffII. ro president, Mrs. Raymond Zanetta. trip to the tore! on hit bicycle. I
fleer of (he Rrovanl County York Citto Albany In the $Incredible Dellrered To Tour Door -
The dog belonging to RobertMack Health Department instructed the time of sixty two hours Saturday Only
Rt. S, Mimi, came out of owner to keep the dog up for 10 The inventor. who was also an
the yard aa Mike came by on days to determine if it in rabid. artiiit was' granted" patents for to Guaranteed Days
hla bicycle and bit him on the NT'! Sechreit IIleI l l the dog had. not devises to saw marble. spin flax
above: the ankle. Mike upon seeing been been given rabiti vaceln and make ropr Ho liMO built a to Cash on Delivery $400 EachCall2i728459lo4Mon.hruFri.
the dog coming after! him, alien, submarine and experimented
put his feet up on the handle bars with t"rl".lnC'l. ,

but did not eirape 'being blties LEGAL PADS Big Supply, Uc Many a mbmlkny of early .
This la the second time Mike each at Star.Advocate. utflo. generations was taught that the j,
his been bitten by the dog, at Battle\ of New Orknim was anti-
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I CRAFT WORK DISPLAYEDNumerousmembers sweater, Mrs. Thomas B. Cavanaugh with

of Gateway Welcome Wagon: purse, Mrs C. E. rant (who had many different <
Club displayed handiwork from their various items on display) with a sweater } .
II arts and crafts classes during Wed- Mrs Bruce J, Snyder with a Christmas : 4 new kinds of Plymouths, 60 new performers In all I

nesdays regular luncheon meeting at the Stocking and her own hat creation.-Carl- M r 1 '

Whispering Hills Country Club. From son Photo. ., }. :..
left are Mrs. Gunnar Nygard with knitted I; ":

Tltuivltle Star-Advacata Inc.
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Tltu.vim' ria. Of The .
12700 Opening -

Manrr. H Huilaon. P...
Mra. HiMl a. Huilum. V.P. Olde Spinning Wheel
Robert 11 Ifudion BacrTraaa.BmondClaaa .
POI tell paid at TltuaMEUBRKl .
\11I.. nor kia,
Yarn Shop lw
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,.....al "....'1.l AIl.nry ._'1......
In the
H. Hu< ... Puhll.her
Davlil Kobm-t I)..H."..Hudson Advrrildoe. frilltor; Mir INDIAN RIVER SHOPPING PLAZA
luart L.. Floyd
Clr ul.U"n Mar
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ubacrlpllon Ratal ar 'lardtup 111
the Finest in Knitting Wools by
Bv Carrier
In H alb Rrevard
I Yr. 'Uu a Mo. '..00 a Me. 12.00IIr UNGER DIAMOND. BERNAT BRUNSWICKIf

Man 'n "grlda
Yr. '0.0 Mo. 13.11P Mo. 12.00 you'", ... It advtrtitd 'In your favorite "' ....1,.*, w.
Outside"" wll! hav ill '65
Florida .
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If you have real estateto FREE KNITTING CLASSES "" I 4af; ll'i the flame on thtJtuk.

sell, or if you are I mornings afternoons .,...nlng.W. I y The top of the top.

looking for choice real The biff tit, plushnt nymooth ,,,,.

estate, use our classified Ar. Also Carrying Theft's Fury f,Fury IL fury III ale.1! Spun Fury,
columns. Martin s. cur Provincial Antiquing Kits tlill1i111t1i 1 aw.t.wWa 1 27 modtU. Ovrran ..n.trl09.." for MdniM,
__ __. I i lift.I" fur wajoni. KnflM ao from s 1f1-cu.-ln./ "0.
te a 41*... hL Cenmnuitfo V I.

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t AT JACK BARDING'S '65 Belvedere -

The new way t* twbif. ..Uboul'.In' ami on a limb.

lkJ.ednt" another complete,t of 1 Thnt'i! IMvcdifrt, IMyt<.lrrt II, and Bale Illta.
ATLANTIC SERVICEU. 11 model Overall length,, 101 4' fur .....n., KM ." for ...'JOt.
End,," |o from .it; j. In. '." U a 414>cia>. GMiunanUu V 1

S. No- 1-North, Dowittova TIhoswiUe Y Mora

'65 Valiant

11 The compart that hasn't forf olttn
why Meta Jt.* a oeeneccf.Tbaf .

; .'. Valiant 100 Valiant 200 end Vsnat.II .
models. OttaU "ltllI" 1IS.J" far tNUu. *.
I liii Crown Cola '" fur *ar.... Eaglet" to fr_.
l> rT n>ta I-feOT Opartt H.rerogr 65 Barracudap..-il..-ia "S' U> a 37J-ra.to. CotnoMndo V...

The fatMnevtaf new fastback' that THE ROARING Wi

With Purchase of 8-Gallons Atlantic Gas -ma.d. ae.a It M Mww-. eati S an4 .U priced under |MO .. FURY

:=.ales P.w..r.r.. wnc ee:- .-e A the J-door tpwtt Htidtnf _feL
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, September 24, 25, 26 -,55..e _Mr w w rae.-.....r.r.a.:. Enm in from a ?IV...-.... "." to e BELVEDERE
.ease w..l.n.e- .
m..c-m..V..t..d..t.> VAUANT
l*. PtynMutli at artioM *M The Htrtd SwIM, L4d dows rear 5...! fns 2 feet III 011/1111.
lusF FREE f E Top Value' Stamps! NCAA feoitdl,tee tie tod Hope tnm.. M4 debit gUa, ", rNIIso.. are tUo l
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Something for everyone..see them tomorrow' NMOUN"'" C 51."X! !!!!! rilJITIOUin

and for FREE PRIZES!
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pate 6-1 -- Tttvsvllle/ (PUrUa. ) Star.A...i... Friday, S.*..m r.", JI, IU4 completed. Ladies can itill get Pirriih Memorial Hospital.e Mr: Carver stated any member
in on this courae for next week not taking active part in
News Of The
Scottsmoor Area ..
as there will be a review of the'' Tarry Lai eon of Cleveland, paying dues will be barred MONEY !
first week. Time it 9 till 11 a.m. Ohio iii spending; some time at from patois! till dues are paid
Tuesday and Thursdays at Jones hn home here. up to dateChipcrones.
Community Hall Site DiscussedBy Community Room on U. S. 1 attending were: For Extra FastSERVICE. BORROW.C FAY'.ENr.
We would like to extend a Ko Ta ns Mrs. Robert Alien and Mr. and .
;. welcome to any of the Mimi lad Keen Teens held a meeting Mrs. Fred Carver $1SO'OOml.
lea that are Interested A regii Tuesday evening at Jones Com- : Phone 267-4331 t :
( Mrs. Edward Boat) backing of the entire
community the Forest Afc. Baptist Churchin tered nurse will be on band at munity Room with President leant Up T. $dDO.
217.2398St'Ottsmoor In order to have a communityhall Apopka 'bringing the message PAY BILLS. TAXES. REPAIRS ETC. a. a.
the last lesson and a question Bruce DeBord presiding I f have real estateto
Community Organization where all clubs can hold you
each evening. "
All are invited and answer period will be held.
Plans made for hal-
are being
held a special meeting meetings and other gatherings Southern Loan Company
Monday evening at the Pine With the growing population of loween and a meeting will be sell, or if you are
Grove; Baptist Mission's old this area this is a necessity. Mr and Mrs William Spearsof held next Tuesday night, at 7 Mi S. WASHINGTON AVI. TITUSVltLI.
building, with Mrs Robert Al It will also help our childrenby Mtdleal/ l Self-IW''lp Orlando Ave announce the p,m. They decided that officers looking for choice real -- -----
len presiding keeping them off the streets Medical .e help classes have arrival of a son, named William will meet from 7 to 7:30: p.m. to -----
This meeting was to discus and out of trouble if they have a started Sept.t ;?2 and will con Henry Jr, weighing/ 6 Ibi. and discuss plans and then memberswill estate, use our classi-! Star-Advocate Classifieds Get Quick Results!
the pro f and con's of purchasing place to go and something to do. I tinue for 'about 4 weeks till 4 oz.. born Sept 4Ui at Jess meet at 7:30. ----
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this property for a Com The Keen Teens are already losing >,
munity Hall. Some of the members due to no place to
questions tossed back and forth have recreation and a place to
were: s it what we want? Is meet. The preteens are on the
there enough property? Was it verge of disbanding due to no .
cleared with Zoning Board for place to meet. Citizens, think of
,Public use? If purchased could these children, and lead them
we regain what we invested in and support them.D.dlcatlon "We love in Rocket City"
it suitable by selling place if we Some found favoredthe a more Sunday .

purchase and others were Pine Grove Baptist Mission,
,against it Some said, why not corner of Spring and Stamford ( .and will too! )
purchase land, where you can Sis will dedicate Its new build- you ,
have a larger area and borrow ing Sunday afternoon at 3 pm '
',the money to build a new build Rev. John Canada, Pastor of the r
Ing. Pine Grove Baptist Church in '
Committee elected to check Christmas will give the didica-
with the Zoning Board was Mrs. lion

James Allen and George San- Rev Roe Johnson, pastor of
,den with report to be given at the Pine Grove Baptist Mission, j S9
''next meeting, to be held on announces that revival services \
Sept 28 at 7:30: p,m, at Jones' will begin Oct t 4 at 7:30: p,m.
:Community Room, and continue till about the 13th Mr and Mrs Art Maas, with
This project will require the with Rev Fred Robin, pastor of .tt
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STAR--h- ADVOCATE'S ---- two-year-oid son Steven, I 1j

enthusiastic believers [ 1:
are JJ
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Crossword Puzzle :, In family "togetherness" '

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ACROH9! 6.Pau .. 28. Organ. "Florida at its wonderful best," a ',
Gambol B.Fath.r: iced: u
8.Honorary eolluq abbr.tlllol P A i N A Is the way this happy young family ?
Turk 7.Bcurtof, 27. En. a M v s describes life In Rocket City.
11 Join burdenS closure: ; y
12 Pert to a .Traveled to Scot A delightfully} modern home. .
deathly and fro a* 29.Gull.llka. : t
pallor a connecting bird plenty of space for enjoyment both A t
13 Best train 82. Speaks ? a u N ; indoors and out .. nearness to the new : 6 9 k' '
18 Certain 9 Protagonist U.In ;
18 Insect 10 Afresh elated In I p IS-hole championship golf course. .
Spinning 14 Throw Amer. .... ? "'
toy 18:VegBUblea can plan .tar's and an established elementary
19.Pull 20 A Jollied 88.null paIn HlLwaJlaa: school when Steven Is ready a 'Ny r .
20 Affirm dish 37 Not excited wreath I "
22 Criei.asa 21 Ceremonies 39.Rational 45.large : few years from now. "We've made :
crow 22. Feline 40.Formerly tube s' veF r,
21.A aelU1l8l23.. loss U.A lOa I. 4T.Compass .ti, friends with many couples our own age ,, r w' .
28' Conform 24 Armed dogma; points 6
since we moved In last June, says ,
50 Cublo VOMCU mUll abbr. e
motor Mrs Maas, "and we love everything r I
\ ILIxtyalliUlAm I.l. s 4 5 b I Q 9 w
''about Rocket City.
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S3.BordorM.OOM IT IZ,

86.awayl Indian 111I. I'I 111 I f2 ri I.I

mulberry 11& b 1 11, !'IS ; Iv I '
r'. { 51 Brood ofpheasants .
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39 signal Distress ill .l5 :.... JS 1(; .l1 ft.
42 Twist
44Amaaotlearning: za 19 IJUI -i
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weapon r0 6t 13i! '/ '/ W.I .

I 49 60,Girl Abrupt name 51 .jI6 tQ r46 EI I I rs"m n m as

DOWHL f41 4> l'tt .

a Pbw k. 2 bedrooms-2 baths 3 bedrooms- 2 baths 4 bedrooms -3 baths Pool
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I for the most complete and practical i,wrN. .. :' r= I I I rs r

protection for.
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;t..i I JrflI1F.irijRMEI TOTAL HOUSING. AREA: 1721 square (feet TOTAL--HOUSING-- AREA: 1779 square feet TOTAL HOUSING AREA:3355 square feet

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I '16,100-$1610 down $8803 monthly 16,350-$1635 down $3985! monthly 27,695-$2,769down $150.55 monthly
its FOREMOST COMPREHENSIVE Prices on all homes Include CE central conditioning and heating, large garages; screened porches;

d\ an entire kitchen full of appl'ances; 80 x 125 ft. homesites Also includes all utilities and assessments.

FABULOUS PLUS VALUE: I llotpobvbt4 V Hut point Hutpolnt: ,, Hotpotnt
l Double Cycle Deluxe WALL.OVEN
kitchen-full of}
An entire Qt
r (I Frost.Free HOMELAUNDRY HOME "'- andtable-top
Deluxe Hot rtotnt Appliances I REFRIGERATOR DRYER RANGE
included at no extra cost!

and Enjoy Sizeable $ $ $ Savings On the Kind of Homo

FOREMOST BROAD FORM COMPREHENSIVE PAY ONLY I 1 001 DOWN You Never. Dreamed You Would Be Able To Afford!


I FROM JUST ABOUT EVERY POSSIBLE LOSS. .. Youll Love Living In Rocket City...

HOW Oft" NARLTGO UNCtaaaourlo You'll love the clean, carefree way of life that cflty a

for lik. ocket: City
INTERESTED! planned- -perfection community

can offer. Designed and built from Vie drawing board

Get Detail Today FromAGENCY MYIYnII up, nothing has teen overlooked to make Rocket City

1 N 11 lT.n. a eontt a true garden community. No overhead poles to mar

':?r its beauty all utilities, including telephone and

wev jttulun electricity, are being installed underground. Paved

I.. roar K NGh1AN ( .i',- Saul a CITY ROCKE L :i" streets, curbs and gutters, even the latest type street

x i /Aclat t ,-?) CJ TY I lights nave been installed. There's a central water

CARPENTER ..'k .neea.e and sewage system, too, as well as und.rCr'OUndCONSTRUCTION

Msuea i > i.IMI IWIMHCI" or went storm drainage. Drive out and see Rocket City today)
A COMPANY *1HM IS..ta COC H nmUl .If'If'U': '
,\, SIGN OF 719 Garden Tltunlll. > i IIIUS iiii "W'UI. C""wt.t" n.Ipa .. Rae' i n w.u ,
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Indian River City South Tifutvillt Area News

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Vole .f 25.000-- North Brarui County B.ddrauTITUSVILH Homemakers Club In Busy SessionThe jl

1 Kctio B_ / ;C FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, '1H4 Pa. 1-( I IMt.II'OIIf
Indian River City Homemakers a chHnonvtr.ilion' this art On and Eunice Undue served KQOII, Ann Workman. '
*--. -- _- h *"'" Club held iu regular Ortabcr 7th the WOI khllp orffur, ginger air. lemon cake Verrwlo Vaughn Eunice Thomas '
Kenney ,, monthly meeting Tuesday at the would bo 011 "Dry urrnntfemefi44f amt Tenn.esee Apple' Voiding. Cathenn liellpenstell and
Civic Center with Mit Muriel and un Ocloher 14tli on When the inwlmg reconvened Lillian Kaibwg,
iq4r Graham, president, in the chair Chtfctmas .indlca" the program was presentedby
and Mrt Nir Gentile<< luadmg The *", 'rciiuMn.. Slaby Mrs l>orU hoover who talked Bridge Cam.
AtGurney the opvnliiH i.renmnies, aiwomyg'l th.it on Friday. Sept about "HUmlng the Ward Building Group No 2 bnJg
Hits Mr. MJIV SUby. secretary 3Hh( lit 9101(() .i in there would bi robe"' sail l evaluating the worthof player met thin month at the
reported on the Sunlami Train' a Coffee foi l 'I H mothers. In the varkiua items of dress in the home of Mn. TonI Martin, 179 I
hag<< Center I'rojtoct j and on the ComnuMiily KiKim, of the Cut ikilhea elect. rlnno !Read. Those playing
4 H Club picnic In August acne Dunk, litusvlllf. followed Mr*. SUby then explained the were. Mra R. Junes, Mrs R, .
r n t r t e Mrs. Pat Canaan, treasurer from 930: till 10:30: a 11by an biiaic. dies roukl be changedwith Jaeolnn. Mr*. R. Webber Mr*. I
I y reported (hut the! dub had paid oiganhHtmn.il' meeting and different accessories, and A. l lleekleniutrr Mrs G Young*
its assessment tow aids' the upketp from\ 10:30: till 1200 noon, first the dnM>iwlisted this im two Mra. T Sabin. Mri II Gray and)
J Representative Ed Gurney of the Civic Center By unanimous year\ sewing instruction attrmtiv models, Catherine the 111111"t uCoffee
I said Tuesday that Brevard / volt, the member On Octobei Hill nt 10.00 lI.n\ llellpenstcll\ and Florence and! cokes were serves
1 County would receive $3.4 million changed the monthly meeting the ExvullHoard> will meet" Strom. with Cherry Cheese Cake, note
I dollars: In Federal impact data. to the 2nd Tuesday of each at. the home III i Mn, fat Cuntunn, The next regular meeting will and candies, hub score for
I funds for Brevard School construction month. 243 CnronNdo lllvd. be 01Ol'toIH'r( 13th at 9:45 a mat the 1.11'0111' Mn HiroUiray

I but his opponent Tom Mrfina Tell sad Jean Von Mrs. Slaby mil Mrt. Cuiunnn'' the Civic Center The program ( .
I Kenney of Cocoa Beach haa declared I 4 VfuMmr of Minis presented a co.chatimeu r"I'[ i the new tailm-, will lit: "The Ut dressed Each of the girls contribute
"He tried to kill it }in the L1 beautiful rtinpliiv of liquid fin Ing course, iinnounreii. It winiljl "IIIHII In T"wltShu\ ( I lnll for !BOc nt each Hireling toward the
i house. broidery pictures and dotlie start l on Ottoini' 16th III the the limit In your life)) Woman' Club Building Fund.
j Kenney also noted Gurney
and explained the technique of Community lloom, CilhtenaIJjuk. Ciiiesln present Included: Norma -
willingly joined Congressional Be.. liquid embroidery. Mn Ethel fl'llll11110( sun till 1200( JIMKI.., Bathers Upton Ar' Birthday Party
Delegation! including Senators CUi....)' talked about home art noon; would eontitme on Otlu Inns Drawl L. A. I'oirkr. Mary Tommy Numinlly 7-year-olj
Spessard Holland and George COURT OF HONOR-Boy Scouts recelvBob Leucking Ronnie Smith and her 10.:2-HM: unit November' 3rd
and accessory workshops anti l rx- Itrnwm, JiiMiiita rnti-lKird Lin- lOt) of Mr. and Mr*. Randolph
Smathers, in making the announcement ing awards in a Court of Honor recently Gaudit Scout Master Bill Leuckin at pku l'd the exhibit of marble. and 5lh. ale Wlcrcnua Maiy Iroiw and Numinlly of pine Street celebrntiHl !-
but it majority was a "phonygesture" of hli were, from left, Peter Geisler, Steven right, presented the awards Carlson Jewelry plastic and aluminum Mrs. Slub>"'H final aimounco- llirthu Claw wuiMimlii his birthday on Septem-
vote during as the a past two year Cadwalder, Eddie Ellridge, Mike McLester, Photo. trays, copper pliirqmii, recd mont wn thud the Urrvanl 1 County wereEthrl: Atkln- UT aand with a party at hit

have shown. Kenney charged Calling All West VirginiansAll SPAGHETTI DINNER at Sand bird CUSPS and Initial diy aimnRementH. 1'- Count melting would bn auto, EVil Itolin Mary 011t',1. home Th children played
that in 1983 Gurney voted Point Sunday, Sept. 27, by Opt. held nt the AKI(cultural CenterIn Iiene 1 lfIholr, !Mary\ !llurna, Dorothy many aches outdoor garnet snit (
against extension of these 1mpnit West Virginian !In the available on the grounds. Iml.t Club. Adults $1, child,." She notified the nuetiiitl that Cocoa on Ottoher IHlli.Mr CmiiloN, 1'ilitelllii, CUIMHIIII, ale hamburiert and potato
education funds even though area are reminded of the "West Anyone desiring further information SOC. All you can eat. !tin next woikshop would be ut *. Ada F.nl'iMht, Cultural. Ethil: Coney, it wan passed by the House. Virginia Day" and picnic Sun regarding! plans fur the k.NVELOPKS: Bua Hess MtcT her home, 244 Swift Avenue, onStiplember ihairman\ lave M ihoit/ hli<"\ Ads Enrlghl: Jennie Genlile, Tunmiy'i friends at the party
It later went to the Senate which Also Kraft Envelope with clasp 3fllh. and the aubjmt of the "Dummil\ Castle'. 1 Iheie Merle.. Rilllum, Muriel Orahain, were: Mike Ilndwln( Scott, Jeff
27 it Blanton Park \
day Sept. day are asked to call Mrs. 0I1
returned it after a conference for mailing. Full stork at Star- would be plastic t trays Oit Oil- alter there wan an Inlrrmlsmon. t tarts !Hoover, Thelm Unwell.M.uy mill C'hrfct Ah mil", Dine and
Committee of Democrat and Everyone I I. asked to bring his Kaiser at AM 75452 or Frank Advocate. obor 1 1. there would! be a Will k. during which Rio liiwloneiMm Sluhy, Anita Smith, rlu- Sun Ann Mtnrlnl and Tumniy'aS I
Republican agreed on it. I I own lunch Cold drinks will be Trailer' Spears it AM 73(04( hop on liquid embroidery\ snit 'k'I CriliMin. Anita Smith rente Strom Mildied. Wrlly, .* BO. T1TUI. Page 1C
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"Gurney voted no on a crippling -- r rI I
act, then pressured with a et
his buck to the wall, even though '
a county in his Congressional t Today is 65 Pontiac Day.
District would benefit, voted

for the," Kenney Senate said House compromise 1965 The of the Quick Wide-Tracks

this"What?" Kenney sort of asked.hypocrocjr U : year

Brevard Superintendent of
Public Instruction Woodrow Dar-
den admittedly said the funds -
.were expected, Kenney pointed : -c

.out yet "Gurney sought to make : :
'rightly political due hay out Brevard of that taxpayers portion r- l

because of their living in the :
Moon Port (impact) area." .
"And this after voting againstthe .,
all-Important education bill I M
to lower levels, levels which
would have eliminated Brevard
County from its nhtful shale. os( -. ::

I impact hour dollar of need(lo" assist uimtbla .

teller To \ :!t, iL \" "

'. ., e"tlntvtll r le Mans
The Editor ....vA '

Re County Seat
In my judgment, those who are
now advocating removal of the

county county-seat a disservice are rendering for two reasons the What do we mean by "quick"? Just this: A now-all-over Pontiac Pontiac offering a new Turbo HydraMalic

No: one living in the county I I. -the silkiest, swiftest-shifting automatic transmission you over touched a toe to; eager now Trophy V-8

from now more the court than house twenty or one mile of power; new steering agility; a surer-footed Wide-Track ride. And a new Pontiac Tempest that's become even ,""t,

the branches two branches what service At these I 11 now two not more of a Pontiac with new style, new length and Pontiac-qulck reflexes to match. You never know cars ...

the supplied court that house would were Iw re-located given II? could be so beautiful, and so keenly alert to your touch. This Is your year to drive a Wlde -Track-qulckl I :;

Answer Is: none. ,J
The tremendous added! cost of ""
a new court house, new jail, etc.
would Increase property taxes .
which are already burdensome.Even \.
11 the real estate were donated -t";
the present cost t of con-
itrudiun !h rnormo ;, This mist
come out of the, taxpayer pock.et. .
/ Who benefit -
' George THMDS.
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'65 Pontiac Pontiac How dote the success car outda Itwll for 19C3? D."liful/y./U\I" / / beautifully' Out title Pontiac Puss no Intention'! of otting
by on look alone/ though 'it oukj. So there'i new quickn*t, Pontiac style. A new nimbleness. New 'fuel l Mving A smooth"
My new nde. Drive a '0$ Pontiac and M. how one *UCC.M l lads lo another


pAitTT mna mus WIlls

P inIn stay -

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.. 'r; '65 Pontiac Tempest Temve.t'a evon mac d e r .' :-w..nd whet mice cU! e b. than tfit The 63 Ta+-i i *t 'looks hh a Ionxsqae <
bin. iio you cn .... RoMe t,ko.s P. Yo.011 Wide Track l.:>M tike i .ntiat too: a 140.hp ass i II standard, Of you ct fl.l a
c::r.qBreyard.-:e.M quick V-8, up to 25 hp

PaintDecorating & e

III S. WatMnt A._
PlMn U7-7114 1)11: Hopkins At*. TIII."UI.. FloridaI a

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P.f2-C Tltuavllle (Florida. ) Star ........ Friday, September, t,.


& Cons For !RentWARBHOUSI
AD Building G1AMOR GIRLS -,-- I For 5.,. Help Wanted
INFORMATIONDKADLINB IsIs, commercial and remodeling IMALI HILr WANTID beautiful S bedroom, 2 ful
12 year la Tltusville. Licensed WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER ions ELECTRIC SHAVKR. aerrlc i bath home can be yours fo< ;

I Da. C.y Rotor.t'u and bonded. Phone AM" 72326. struction. Any tlze tIp to 30,090 all makes. Jay Sea Jeweler. WOMEN: 30-TOO just $450 down with FHA tetir <
lh! tloB For W.& rrl. Indian River Pi.... or nothing dowa wUtt: V A
feet lease. time and
square 287-0584. Industrlat I TILL earn
II A.M. .... For Man, P"lIaadoa terma. It features Wetting,
Business OpportunitySERVICE or commercial apace! SEWING MACHINES, talet and money. W.ork. hours a day, house "Whispaire" centrheat

WAMV' AX 1ATKSS : available service! all makes,, new and S day a week. Salary $1.25 to and central air conditioning
STATION for lease IDTitusvllla household 11.30 per hour. See Cat Rep.,
o nU por word used or Industrial,. ducted: to every room. Th'
Minimum' Chtnra SO* 0 area. Pumping over For Sal. from $29.95 no. Call collect. Boom 2 J17HS.! Washington

20,000 gallons per month. Gallo, I I Don's Sewing Machine. Roek.I Avenue., MO a.m., Monday-Sat kitchen \complete and will sbuilti

ALL CLABnriBD! ADA. ago rental; paid training pro 40" ELECTRIC BOTPOINT range lodge Florida NE .8214. urday.DENTAL. *cabinet rang' and.enl shun
PATABLB IN ADVAMCHoovt gram and financing availablefor ultra, beautiful Supreme model, I counter
.> I aI.bll.bad AooaunlTk qualified man. For Information good condition, SttO;. Kelvinator I FINE!: WATC9 and Jewelry repair' HYGIENIESt with Florida space and breakfast area. Th,'

3. phone collect. Jim Deamort Electric clothes. dryer, good condition : Ing Jay Bee Jewelers India boerdi, part time' work. total price is a low low $13,9Of1

d..oln.4 1>1..1., kits ", ..n.bl. 255-321U DaytonaBeach._ salt 2875189 2769 Pine River City, Indian River Plata. Phone 267-iW23. and $79.9 monthly pays pain

011 Ot.quorO Ridge Drive.COTTAGE cipal, inter** and mortfag'
MODELLING CLASSES!: Insurance Buy now amt move
1II..o..t.( roMrvoi tb.. Camping Hunting I FOR RENT for couple Help Wanted I I In Immediately.
prlTlliio of nvlnlnit or rojootlnny Teenale"r:; ::
,, aavortlxmoiit wlilub It down 11)64) TED WILLIAMS campnr, $330or : i $65 monthly I ; good sized utility .. Make up -D---
--- -- -
ubjoollon.blo >oH to ekonr* the trailer I ball-styling and job preparation
with and GE: la-
ulflutla' .( ..y adWl'II..m..t take up payments $26.50 mon top; MAN OR woman to run motor I 287-5500. 8S2-INDIAN RIVER AVENUE!
fr.m that ordond. I. nnfona la thly. 267-4676. portable, TV good shape 287-3000 route In Tltusville, Mimi art*. 3 bedroom, 2 bath home In fine
Ib pnHi-K ( tkl moor, Can be seen at 206 Palm Street
TA. 1I1..A.hoo.t.. will) not t.>* --- -- -- in Must have dependable trans PART' TIME work. N edi extra established residential area;

rn nibl'* for nor* tt.cr on. Incarrooi TAKE YOU vacation a Floridscamper. BOGAN. PUBLIC address system, portation. Phone Miami Herald money weekly? Learn. how out Central heat, beautiful hardwood

M.bl.l for laMTtloa any ...nor hi will tdvortlMnoni It lit- Call Double. Make J. Camper reservations, 267-1584.BOW. 75. watt, paid $279 3 years old, 287-6131. people average good earnings by I floors. Priced at $14,73(

lo greeter i MILr WANTED
COM of tb. IMC* 00011014' by Deborah Doll. Call 267- 179 for : -D----.
tilt Item .hi tbt ndvtrtluMmint.Bu ChildCareEXPERIENCED 4 and 5 ft. high, $3. interview. '
Large Azaleas.., $1.29 each. 267. EARN FROM $3 to 5 per hour, .'I 900-rVOIAV RIVER CITY, f

.. .ln... flOur at Mala' tmt CHILD care la 2459. part of full time work. Writ CURB GIRL wanted. Apply What. years old 2 bedroom bloc

Dl.l AM 7-OIU1 clean, comfortable home. Closein (6 __Box M, Star-Advocate. burger, Tltusville horn Deep weir, air eondi.
Offlc* Hours S:00: to 5:80: Titusvllla. 267-2210. I SOLID MAPLE bedroom suite, tioner, built.in range. Private\

'" 1%,. MdiuuuI'IsImostboughtyonrbook.buttcaahgwiuh damaged shipment' 23% off. 1 .:FIVE DAY WEEK, S to 10 p.m. MALI MILP WANTIO setting amid tall pines Fenced -
CHILD: CARE by hour day, or use* bedroom suite:: good con Contact Mr. Rose Tlerese, 208 in yard. Priced at $12OC(
267. Julia St., City. Local references RETIRED
week. Indian River Heights. dition. 267-3505. '
Special Notice 5761. a y -- required. IF you are 21 plus, wilting worker, -D84bW1IISPERhI'G-
color scheme." HUTCH EARLY American, for. and bondable. You sari eu,work lULLS. Pn -

EXCELLENT REFERENCES mature mica top. new condition, Bell CAREER for me. Salary commission, owned 3 bedrooms, 2 bath In

telephone . I reliable, wants to care for : wood area. 2876629. overwrite and renewals If and fine location. Big lot, car.
2614808 ForRentAPARTMENTS For ------ -- MINDED WOMENWanted when qualify. You will\ receive
Day Infants or small children in owa Rent you porte, 2 utility rooms sepu-
: Nile/ 2SM399ALCOHOLICS home. 2670288. i \ SMALL UPRIGHT PIANO free Co.. training and in t rate dining area. $16,150 with
FOR !HINT Reflnished and In excellent play. In Merle Norman Cosmetlcs. weeks be nuking top 'bracket $650 down.IMOANew .

: ANONYMOUS KIDDIE KEEPERS, fenced yard, ROOMS POt SENT ing condition. _267-6385._ Training classes begin money. See Co. Rep,, Room ?
1 If you want to drink that's your 267.0670. UNFURNISHED I room apartment immediately. Limited enrollment. 317Mi S. Washington Ave., 9-10 -0-

Business. If you want to stop drink- alrcondltbned. central ROOM) IH my home, all hoti Irk "p. RENT months A trial.new piano Alt r.1o ''r.n. 3 Openings.: in Titusville Cocoa &m., Monday-Saturday. :31 bedroom 1V4 bath

: jig that'a our business. beat, lovely kitchen, rang and' Ing privileges, gentleman < lady. apply Beach and Tallahassee. home located north of city lira
For RentMAC'S
purchase' price. CHANGER In aalee.Nance's .
on TIRE kelp
refrigerator, yard maintenance 2671645.SLEEPING. Its. Has separate kitchen and
Notice I KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC Register At Tire Store. hopkins .
provided. Adult couple only dining area, carporte and girt
CAPE!: KENNEDY 2126 W. Tropic 267-6385 287-4018.
I hereby notice the : ROOM In private home ,
giva upon EQUIPMENTSale 2074587. 159 Cocoa Ave., Cocoa Beach walks. Priced at $14,250 with
a dissolution of partnership In TI. 2C7-67US. ELECTRIC CONSOLETTE Organ, (Continued en Next PaneL $700 down and monthly pi j".
Rentals Repair APARTMENT --- -- --
Oft trailer Week
: 37 keys, 18 bass. Walnut finish Call menU of appro $105 include
tusvillo American Service 1220 Construction EquipmentHand I ly monthly rates adults only. 'SLEEPING ROOM, single or ,
,.. .. like new paid $120 want $50. 267- all.
: So. Washington Ave. that I will Tools _M4 Garden. double private entrance. 267 Mrr. Robbie Wiseman 7830870

I I... no longer be responsible for 88 E. Merritt Is. Causeway OWB. 5853. --- -- _.- -D-

: debts Incurred by anyone other Days 8340-Nlghti 636-0160 COMMERCIAL BUILDING -ROOMS- WITH bath, TV, air r con"ditioned ;;;;: LARGE COVERED Utility Trail. LUZIER part time.COSM 287 ETICS 5721 before- Ladies 8 am for REAL ESTATEWe ; 840C-Thla home ha*, 3 bed

".!" than myself FOR RENT or lease store pace, for Mila workers $30 er, excellent condition, $200 or after 5 p.m.RECEPTIONIST. I, rooms, 2 baths and feature
Larry M. Moser FOR RENT 20 x 00 ft., or suitable for of- weekly double; $25 single. best offer. Box 33-A39, KittIes an oversized. 2 car caragf:

tic*. Located Magnolia! Plaza Meal available Phone! 267-9742, St., Oakwood Trailer Subdivis MUST have have many good buys in Kitchen has attractive and
: Sept. IB, 21, 23, 29, 19GI. Floor Sanders Polisher >123 monthly, 2G7-lfl2g. Mila Motel, Rte. 1 south of new ion. knowledge of typing and short Almost All\ Areas of Tltusvlllei I 1 wucfVir- breakfast bar. Centrally -

Phone AM 1-3255 -.: causeway. SEWING MACHINE all hand. Must be able to meet pub. Let ua save you time and $$$'1 beaWct. Just $18.700 with:

AnimalsGIVE FACTORY PAINT OUTLET HOUSES FOR HINT make. Phone 2679208.repair lie Excellent working conditions. why spin your wheels when we $Duo down and apprax. '126pt'r

t ROOMS FOR Working M ell Apply City Hall, 525 Palm Ave I can pin point your needs soensilyT month.

AWAY kittens 3167 Old Dixie Baldwla Shopping CenterAPARTMENTS FOR RENT, sn N. Dixie Highway, Double or tingle. 207-9370. BABY CRIB, mattress and five nue. -0-
Ind. Riv City, suitable\ for large .
: 2670972.APPALOOSA. I sheets, good condition. $15. 267-
ROOMS FOR rent with kitchenprivilegen.
FOR RENT family or rooming house $150 ; 4153. HOSTESS TO welcome newcomers 11109-445000$ down, $77.M $lMDlarg 4 bedroom, 2 bat
: AT STUD month. 120 Highland city, large ; Call. 207-0010 before I to Greater Tltusville Area. Pleasant month. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths per, I homo, located' outside the city\\

Horses for sale. Singleton and! I NICE 2 BEDROOM alrcondlllon- I frame only $17.50 month as It. 5, after S'267 8866. REFRIGERATOR, TWIN bed. and dignified, semi-civic position about 3-4 years old and newly I \limit Brick front. Centra

Dairy Road.! AM 7-2338 after 0, I .d, $130' monthly plus utilities JOHN A. GORDON $ iso PER PERSON, per; week. I chest TV and lawnmower, etc.: initiative more Important painted In and out. We have !heat 2 ear fiarage. Priced at

a.7-3974. ; 267-2866 or 8317.UNFURNISHED Registered Real Estate Broker Rocket Motel Mlmt. Phone 267- 267-1837. than business training, we train the key Call now to Inspect. $17,300, ItflO! down and( appro
-- -- -- --- I Prefer send I
Tltusvllle you
23 Main St. AMI-302S. you resumeto $135 monthly.
Rentals 2 bedroom pool, .- :- -- 3097. '- MYNAH BIRD, young with heavy 219 Thornton Ave., Florida I

Boat yard care. Mason.Dixie Apartments. 2 BEDROOM, furnished, large lot, SLEEPING ROOMS and efflcleo.cles duty cage. Good condition. $60. Greeting Service Inc. II103-Lovely 2 bedroom 3 -D-
"" 267-2192. $00 monthly 267.l3ll7after 5p,m. 2672705. old. Furnished m I RIVER!: IIEIGIITS.
HOLIDAY BOAT RENTALS 267-8718 or : for rent. 801 Oronga St. 2$?. years 907-INDIAV
Is : Mi's: 3400 Baths. Screened porch-very Attractive 2 bedroom lilt bath
INCORPORATED MODERN air-conditioned furnish BEDROOM M monthly USED BEDROOM suite and other nice lawn and shrubbery. This home In excellent nei.hbor-

NEW 18' and'U' run-abouts. Coil' ed apartments, two bedroom avallable day phone 267-0831, nlte 267-4823. AIRCONDITIONED ROOMS Items 2673034.ACCORDION BUILDERSWANTED is good better buy than shallow well
__ ___ __ _u $15 a* or hood. Includes
vertible 267-6088.tops 43 H. P. motors.Call In River Garden and 2 BEDROOM house hi Indian weekly per person, double oc good condition, with anything else in the area. and pump' for a'DbUrl

Creitwood Apartments. Sydney cupancy. Royal Palm Motel awnings, tf -
: 267- River City: for rent, unfurnished, I case 207.1595.FURNITURE .
Schwartz 1141 S. Hopkins I 267-4103. and stereo antenaas. -
110.00 a month. Sydney Schwartz II-124 2 bedroom, screened range, tr.
... :' Boats For Sate. 6100. 1141 a Hopkins, 2U7-8100. STORI FOR LIASI .. DISCOUNT SALES. porch This home Is about S Total I price $10,350
.. FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM call at I' Mattresses offered at warehouse "FOREST HILLSESTATES" years old and can be bought monthly payments are $CS 5

Tropic Street after 7 p.m. TRAILER. CABANA turn west NEW STORE building, for offices prices. See us today 2111 Garden with only $600 down. Total which includes everything.
CLOSE OUT -- Ellis Lane, first house right, smiles or business. 19 I 80 or 30 a 80. St. Nldy/ Shopping Center. 287. price $9800. We have key and I -D-

.. 2 FURNISHED CABINS, prlvaU N. of Titusvllle. Adult I Heated and air-conditioned. 5733 or 267-1926. JUST A FEW LOTS: time to show you. Call now I
; AT REDUCED PRICES entrance and bath 2671368. No pets.UNFURNISHED. Phone 2614160.WARIHOUSI. to see I 929-LIVE RENT FREE. Nice
C ALL 1964 close 2 bedroom House, I GUNS duplex has 2 bedrooms am!
FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS CHAS. JANNARONKTltusvUle one bath each side. Excellent
BOATS AND MOTORS monthly tile bath, carporte and utility I FOTI liNT H.50Z-Dlndy 3 bedroom, 2 bath II location. Built-in
In, efficiencies, weekly, 730 South Dixie Shopping Center Brick Home. Newl Ducted central oven
room Temple Height $80 monthly. I
rat.. air conditioned 417 Julia AM 73441WOW heat and ready for alr-cond aid range. Carporte. utility)

.. ROGERS OUTBOARD SUtxt. _ 267-192\ ;.- WAREHOUSE, suitable for shop Old\ U. S. 1 2 carporte. Nice streets, yard, I I room, city waler and sewer
: 1103 Garden St. 267-6414 garage or storage. la center ol Attractively priced at $1625<
furnished. $123 Now only down
2 BEDROOM mo. area. $900 -
2 BEDROOM alrconditloned. refrigerator town. See H. H. Hudson at Star- Indian River City with just $650 down. Monthly
Inquire Lot 19 Cherrydon- Mobile $117.10 monthly incl. prln Int.
: 17' CRUISER, squall king, TS h,p. and stove. Soft water. Advocate. payments are $86.27 plus fire
Home !900( North Washington.: taxes and insurance This
Evlnrude motor, 110 Darden, Causeway quiet, $110.
near --- ------ Insurance and taxes.S49US. .
one really priced to sell ata
.: _ _ _ _ 2674127. OFFICES FOR RENT reduced price of 14900. -D-
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT or FURNISHED I Apartment for Repair Shoo Officeor New and Used Furniture and ap Let u. show you now!
THH rent: X 40 SPACE' for Storage Speee NO. 1. FRONTAGE
$100 month. See Manager pliances. We buy, trade and sell.
opP't.ORhlA). IN ANt) FROM MONTH ft. north of Mims. 642!
you. XHKVAHI) COUNT Florida Theatre.hlcmtouhrr'Pay 26704318. $25 Refrigerators $25 and up, guar IMAGINE - H.128-3 bedrooms, 2 baths cen. 200 just
C IN CHAMCKItYMO. : AIR CONDITIONED" PANELED of. at 810 S. Hopkins Ave. I anteed. 2510 Hopkins Ave.. tral heat and air conditioning. I feet deep Reduced price of
2 liWI' 'all or Write: J. J. Room Terrazzo floors screened $12.000 and location makes thisa
2674705. nileuntil
Open Friday
AHKMirnOTirrj BV Boy. flee In Colonial office OFFICE SPACE
: your Paper spaces new good inveitment.
220 71 St. Miami 860-0272 This is home In
I pt HIM \1" "\ bulttluif. 1240 S. Hopkins Ave., Brachtj. I 9. porch. a new
EDWARD A. !: unit 0AMI1KL Lakes. VA.
C elHIf:1t CAN BE FINANCED Whispering no I
H. HCHWAIIT/, Tni..f.( drapes furnished. v 2672061.rio 2 SMALL OFFICES and warih --_. -- ONLY $60 PER MONTH! money down. $10600 monthly I -D-

flalnlirt. *, -.,. tRtct'rt, COURT or houses for rent; NO square feel, ENVELOPES -lousiness Sizes (Month to month basis) including prin, int., taxes and I ACREAGE
: PRINCEWtVII.IM"T1KHKARCH: : m THE TUB NINTH CIRCUIT Jl'DICIM. 0\\ TIlIt n:1t: tIflIClAI', dIR.cliii alrconditloned office plus 600 eq.. Also Kraft Envelopes with clas|: insurance. Also reduced fora
PANIC LN ITUli bMUVAKUrouBTV. ft. warehouse $129 -I 182-20 acre subdivision site.
t'OHl'OHATION a Now soac monthly I
IN<< aale. $15,700.
UI'I? or
Jrnicy coruoratliio K(, ..IU.A.. for mailing. Full stock at Star. land li
: Prfnnnant FOB BHKVAHO OOI'HTTClIAMCRHY CHANCKHY: NO IvITiMITK each. J. W. ChHdre Realty 4> 4> 4> site. This high rolling
NO. 3U.1IMMII Advocate. PRIVATE BATHS worth investigating. Priced at
TO; rniNrKKUVIU.R: I '
I'AKKCOHHORATION. K 01HI IT NOR?. BI.K' tTIOfKENNETH -- Arrow RealtyDon $1500 per
PICOPI1AI.: NATIONAL : W. Moll KB: RlGll'r ON U.S. No. 1PhONE acre.D
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YOU ARK!: HKIIttllY NOTIFIKI S. No 1 at Harrison St.
that .a Amonilnil ComnUlnl to churlvr AH, Ih,1:; : TO! l.RONA R': MoOBH 401-Two adjacent lots in Indian
KorrcloM. Morl.... h.. bra filed II.. nrlnflixl 1 atriiw In the ( Until No.Union a 267-5000 Tltusville, Florida River City\ 50 x 115 each. To
11I.lrlot oC Culun.bOU.PIeletlft. Call 267-7037
amulet milan 1 onuere ,. WaliAYMOND Hoiilb: Carolina .
tal ,1500.404INDIAN\
qulrod to wrv a cope" of yourAnnwrr TOD AKB HKHKBV: NOTIFIICD, Evenings 267-9187 price
or 10 Ih v., Ikal a lumululnt for DI...... h.. Magn lia Homes I
rnilnd Complaint"n'.n: ',-TnIM' HKNHT: ADlCrNHml .bore niMl ...Inlt you, anil you -D-
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ANI WKIU k.qn. 4 Houd Miami IV...h. FlurliU. WIIJ, enl MAIIY ANN RKINMOLTX.hii 0* (h. plaintiff's at. ESTATES. Large one
enl Pile Ih. nrlilnil Aniwnr rlilMillnit wir torn.iv, 1I< ..," L. May**. It, 1JHCnqulna : roadi
In the offlf. of the IIofrnlsnls.TAI'A A vono.. Tllunvllln, rlur Local & Long Distance Movers acre homesites on paved
; I'lt-rk uf tIle flrrult Court on orbrfor $ or "LORlnA Ids enl fIle!! Inc orl.ln.l .n...' in Lagrange Acres Nice settings close In but still
: Ibo lllh day nf Oitnbur.HW4 TO: nrnv J. AUKIMII, WHOMr or plMillm I. Iho offlu of I hidork remains plaaunl country at
If you 1.110\ dn .o. a IMcni ..lil.nu* !I. ISIS W. Clnilo* ol Intuit Court, DrovorilCo
: Pro ('nnle'.. will I.. liken Hlrwl 00..... -... ".l CounhaUM, THiKVlll., Moving Packing wtphrre Priced at S2I95 will
...tn.t you for Hi,. .'..1I.r dnmiind.d .lIrt..I k. 'bltIJ.'inml IbM S riorlil ... or .huftini Iho SIb .5.0 l I W dbwrv and $ loon e5aIeI ron .,
In Ib Am n l il CoinuUlnl.Th tMabor." IW4. If you tail Indo
ropirlv. Involved la ullualo, In the tbnv ..1111.... mono .ml mo, a a..i 'lvln. and bvlni In BravanlCuunlv thai you are ntulrxl. M> fll. .1 b* .10. >(.$ln.t you fur lb. ro.hrl _ 408-4 Iota zoned OW fWbofesali
"'Florida end I I. 1olt'rlbe" ....... or ulb.r r.>.0...... ulrad.. donuiii.lnl In lk. Dumnlilnl. and 4 bedrooms on big lots with trees 2 and wanhouM) ). Total size of
follow- Inn with Iho rfrrk. .f MM C'.ur..n.I rHilml TI PNirhln thIn FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341 I
an Hi l.I. III.
.. That property. involved I I. ill t.. ..r.. a copy lb.r...if. ui.ith. ..d Uy of MKinrmurr. IU6I.WO full baths, formica cabinets, ducted heat, I LOCAL AGENT : m ft hy 224 ft Priced at
unit, I fylna, and twinS In Hr. Hiuinitrf or piiuiiiirr Allornoy. ''HT UKAI.Irurlli : and hood. Sodded Priced $15,00 .illL oswnterma..
.. .
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v rd County, 'Pliirlda, sad ladrarrlbod winos R. ll.rnr BREVARD RIDGEWAY MAYFLOWERCOLD ,
. a* foiluwi': l l'P..tIUn, Or.w.r llullM I il, Clork i.f l-lroiill Court from $14,000 $18,000.. Call 267-4169 from I -0-

.. .. ... 'That wart of I in* fnllowln\ W." I'ulin A01'00*. THinvin.'. rinrl.ln Tit 11..111., I'IrllaPly l 9 to 5, See by appointment. FUR STORAGE 1600 N. U S. No./ 1 CRATING 41-Tw. 5> I JOe toot lots II
Dropcrly Ivlm Kat of U. s not lairr than thtolwr U. V. H 0eeilrrIh'Illv. l
Hlahwv Nil I. towlliIT : I'M4 If ,.... fall Into IS. a l>....... : clerkllnwird PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE ..a Rowed R3.: $5000/ for
II. 111 ovrn meet Lot f. In I'... ranc...n will l b. fnl...<1 1. M yn, Jr. kxftv torn teroni.TRAILER.
.....11... in Towanbln M Moulh.Hi imnm you fur I Iho rrllrf rt.nianil- Atiiirnoy Cur ri.liillff, -- .. .
no 81 Bam whlik. Und I.II. I. nl. In Hi* ininiilnlnl. Thin mill l> laInmliiw IM foquln AtrntioI D
...... n..'* or li... on I'' W. S ,Il...'. .iTh* roil l lpr *. <>. H..i IXI.I:
lloul N... I. and I7HC. mon* or "|irriv i>.......ilml. n.Inot I.: Tlluovlllo. KlorliU LOT
t. )<.*.. on Indian Illvi-r, a* In. l.i>l twonlv-fmir <24I, Him k r Hnii., .. II. I.. :a irrit) IIH.APPLIANCE .
dlnaUd. by th* 1111.: ... mile br Uh-IIHITT, UirkllU HI'IIDI.illvliiliin : TRADE YOUR i r-Why l"sy Rat Ow POUT '
C. A. HUCKNr.lt: R,,al.l lr.d kICIIIN. CIlerI 'N-;; 3. .;,,:;,.. I, -I SEE OAKWOOD TODAY t lot in towm Close to stop
I Lint.. So rvry..r. tOni Ualll. h... I.. Ih. "I.t n' ..Id ......
I Florida' ilalnl July 31. IIXtD.lorrthir \ \ .. rwHirdiHl in Plot II : pint; center and otter eenvrnUnco
I I with all rluarlanriahl liniik.. U. I.... MS Puhllo R. RENTRECEIPTS U4 saee5$1l0OPllcset i
.. till and Inirnwl of i.nt. nl .r...... Cou.IY, Mor.WITItCUK MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing at I2'IS! with same
M..rii....r entu-olelnioC lo the I" "
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I ANI) OHDKHKD: *.t ...hl( I .....urt ot TMuvlll. Br v.nlount I :
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*. this! Ind day of M,pl.mbr, ...p,.....h...- I i4.Cl'KTIM North Rrevard't Largest
I 1004.I H monRoe Independent Appliance Dealer
(' Itarnn* eiwk of Ik. Circuit Courtlh
I, rICIK. (IHfl'IT COUNTY' COURT., ...n. .Cnu.tr', FlorIda T.V. EMPORIUM FOR ANew \ LARGE 73: x 110' LARGE POOL
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NURSERYTwo IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR Many To Choose From Easy Terms Available

I, 2. 3. Bedroom Low Bank :Rate Fin.

TREES I SHOPPING FACILITIES NEAR NEED URGENT I 10 & 12' Wide Trade Any thing of Value-
SHRUBS FLOWERS PInr.l. 151005 )IUI"I..... .11.11.. .In :NO'S-CUP. I KoenedySF'S !REACH OAKWOOD: From Tltusville go north on

Wells Drilled Pumps wsnle "lo.ln. .hopo, ALWAYS OPEN FOR INSPECTION: U. S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U. S. 1 for one more 1314 South Washington

Lawn Irrigation DRESS BARBER e GOURMET e SUNDRIES mile to our entrance on right.: For free Information AM 7-3359

Complete Systems Arciil of brautKul ihopi r..dll'' aid w.lll.| for right uinirloiitMlp JIM HOLLAND Inc. call 267-5583. 0,.. .., M... *.n Sat.
!pl. .ill have nrwt tron.....
or by appointae

Free EstimatesAM UNIT: Ton I\' IMPERIAL TOWERS US !. 2 MILES If. OF MIMS Vbata bujet aad saBer ecped

3221 Old Dixie Hwy ma .. ,,'..101..,.. "%.... rmxiNi. .. .-.....1 MI-**** AT ROCKET MOTEL 267-30S7 aid get better sad barter unfe

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i %;' Help Wanted MALI HfkP. WANTID APPLIANCE SALESMAN for appliance HIGHWAY FRONTAGE house and
and TV department. Full HINT OR SALE TRAILER LOTS FOR RUNT shop, Mime, Zoned BU-2, 10500.
I amp\ MALE HELP WANTID MALI HELP WANTEDALUMINUM CARPENTER WITH tools $2.50 time, company benefits Apply TRAILERS FOR SAL TRAILER----SPACE for-rent on-private Day Phono 287.-0831() : or suite 2874623 -

---- V per hour; carpenter.helpers, $1.75 Mr, Smith, W. T Grant Co., Ti\ FOR RENT or isle. good 2 bed lot, clone In 267.mi. .. <
f 1s.RP : DISTRICT SALES per houC.II-=-_ _267 7211__ ______ tusville. I II room trailer, classed: in cabana, --- --- -- -- -----
: REPRESENTATIVESProtected FULL or part time outlet for ROUTE BOYS preferably with I in good spot :287! 5459 September Specials Plumbino Supply Centlnue en Ned Fete
..; territories, good salary, I iluminum Bar, angle, hollow motor scooter needed for Miami Mobil Homes ---
expenses commissions, company I rod, sheet channeL Writ Chuck's I Herald routes. Phone 267- TRAILERS FOA IALI 50'jtlO', 2 bt'drOORSk'line\ $351)5 SEPTIC TANKS I
benefitcall Mr Crowley Metal, 13(116 :bW: 89 Avenue. Miami 6151 TRAIIIKS FOR RENT I
267 5252 Korida.OWH MOBILE ROME OWNERS 50'xlO'. :2 bedroom Star $398554x12' of pre.ca.t concrete, steel reinforced A TRUE
STATION ATTENDANT. 50.60qeara SMALL MODERN trailer for couple K30 to I ,. Grease i
of age, see Jack Elliott at or__one._ No pets: 267.4607. __ LIVE RENT Deluxe, j hcciroom trap Installed, tang pumped and
! YOUR OWN SPACIOUS HOMI FOR USS THAN RENT t tlEARKIsANDIESTATES Pacer Station between Titus I 1 BEDROOM trailer, Old OUi Skyline $4885 cleaned drain fields reI.rd. Pitt. HOME SALEIS
ville and Mima. man Septic Tank Inc 267 4421
I Highway $75 267-5587_,_ FREE Used Trailers P. O. Box 2018. TltusvUief
NATIONS FASTEST foodchain -- --- ON AT
I I has several growing In I 2 BEDROOM north of Mime, pri- 1951 Nashua 1 bedroom 40'x10' I

II the Titusville area. openings Permanent vale lot, 2673607 $20 down payment and $30) a '57 Great Lakes a bedroom 40'xS f ff you have real estateto Chas. M. Maxwell

I position' very liberal :3 BEDROOM, airconditioned, carpeted month will buy your own full
.' benefits, good starting salary: washer, carporte, and I acre mobll horn lot at beautiful 1957 Magnolia: i 9 bedroom sell or if you are Realtor
nosiNO com TO I with Air Cond,, 48' x 8' ,
NO MONeY GOWN NO must have high school education caban. $135 monthly adults Lake Louis Estatea
: NEW HOMES V,A. rUICHASIM MINIMUM PNA n.MlNawMt over 21, and desire a position for would consider Infant 267.7UM. Become your own landlord for choice real Phone :67.7840:
Ii the future. Contact the 7-Elevea Don tear up rent receipts each MARTIN'S MOBILE looking
DESIGNED moil modem development' 'In Store office 803 N. Flake 1 BEDROOM 10 wide trailer' month. Many families now reside
the creel! Mod luxury at "Hi'. price! Coioa Phone 6369635 Monday I rent. Adults : 400 Oak Ave i in our beautiful trailer community HOMES SALES estate, use our classiFied 4 BEDROOM: 2 Bath $12100
i ., FOR BETTER Masonry with brick fronts e big land- I thru Friday, 1-5 p.m. or stop by Osceola ir'p 1 visit u* and see for 1224 N U S I ITlUmille $us Down. $87 prr mo. PITI.
, icaptd yards Colonial aluminum friendly neighborhood 7- the
your yourself finest self-owned
LIVING wlndowi 0 til. baths with full color Eleven Store to pick up application I mobile home park 2673(181( columns. 3 BEDROOM 2 Bath, $12050
I. fixtures terrazzo floors e spacious and get more Inform LAKE LOUISE ESTATES North of Overpays $050 Down, pro per mOo PIT
I ..' cloiett with (louvered doon 0 doublesliding ation. This Is a equal opportunity My Loss-Your Gain 14 miles east of Orlando on

l'',: 3 AND 4 BUS. built-in gloM TV jacks door. Die overlooking window' / tllli yard. !! employePLUMBERS!! !! /_ Route 50 Phone 568-2781 U TROTWOOD i 50 s 10. 2 bedroom, IT STANDSFOR ACREAGE i I
equity, assume monthly
E1: l,1!ft' 4'6 BATHS :'CENTRAL 40-gallon water "heater yard Titusville. or Bre- SO x 10, I.bedroom. front kitch-, Milt( ). 287-Mil, ext. 2M
licenses Call Bill
HEAT e concrete driveways County
Il MIMS 934 X 140 ft. l let, fully .
I before 5pm. or 267 :2109 after Rt 50-25 acres clou In $$7M
Pridgcn, Southern
and MOREl Plumbing,
road, with I
paved ,
chen, lived in I months Can : p
267 7383. trailer If desired, off U S 1, -- prr acre
$11,500-$14,050 CV? BeautiFu''kitchens. tullt.fn Tappan ------- only 20 minute to NASA Phone SMCIS FOR liNT INTEGRITYi Rt. US No. 1-10 acres $71,000
I .IIgh"" hIgher &J range with hood exhainl. Double e be seen Set and Sun. at Mobile 267.14111. -- -- ,- --
twwmwatw Inki, Formica eoWntttl, TRAIUUt SPACES Rt 405-1 Acres 15000.
Homes 64 CONSORT 51 I 10, Includlnll.ddiUon.1
space 43. Trice ,features of awnings Large M. Reasonable not
I .. and expensive Isrpotlng, Orlg Good transportation to Cape Within City Limits
S3295. Inal $5200, It'll for $.11II5.! Thomas
I MODELS OPEN FROM $80 MONTHLY H. Drawdy. lot 25, Mobile Man FRIENDLY SHORES I 10 Acree-City Water Sewer,
i Including! principle, Intereif.' foul, or. U.S. No 1. CUT Limits. Edgewater. Zoned Apartment.
I Insurance, house and lot. ---- ---

I JESS W. CHILDRE Apt. & Hotel SitesCity
I ALTOII BUILDI. George approval of new Bulkheadline .
D e This !M the official seal of the nukes suitable several par.

i","I'. Barley I, National H.toclstlon of Real rela of( U S. No Iwsterfront

f tiycww.y-. J Estate Boards Only membersof property (for apt. or motet sites.
1\n\ Inc. the Aisoclstlon may display
hili Q: ') i' this sesl. And only those who
1,1 J ) ioo' '' REAL ESTATE display this seal call themselves

t "'......, II..,...... NEED TO MOVE IN -

4 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, hardwood George M. Barley, Jr., i
floors, {as fireplace, city water Inc IMMEDIATELY!
4IL and sewers Ideal for doctor's I
1 dentist's office $24,200. 29% down, Beautifully' landscaped J, W. Chlldre, PnltorDanenburg'i : THEN CHECK WITH US.
balance 5 beach
over years. riverfront property S
DUPLEX, I bedroom, tare living bedroom, :2Vi baths with Realty YOUR FAMILY CAN
I Il!0 tai' rooms, city water and sewer $150 unusually deep lot. ,' Duffy's Real EatateBryanConway I MOVE -

H -. per month income $15,500. 188 otWlnstead
, NmwMptliilHMSppMloMsr. Ooh monthly, p and I. Immaculate 2 bedroom Inc.
eocvpsMV. Th.Pimt mist)''''r.lII. home new electric NOWI
NEW 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath, large e Campbell Associates,
l J tut' most med.re.ponmsel 1undMl la range washer and re pabnG)11venient
. lIe Nevs MOM list-Ctvs KMM4JI 1 living room, double I carporte, frlgcrator Only J10,500, Inc.
I '.M a pool a SiintfMk. IMI,MMI tral heat. $16,000, Moo down mipl'r Edwards Realty
I". SUCH nndilionin and kwtlng rsIi1I month, including principle, 2 parcels of land with \ Uvinre Ed Klttlea Agency ASSUME FHA

m Pist sn4 all loot btdroom Dotki.sptrtmwts Privity.tatmtttttricM interest, taxes and Insurance house and fruit treeson .. ... I l' 5 .... ...... Harris Realty, Inc. LOAN
. Tropic St. See it I o l p.a o1.1 w
LUXURY Cliildrm'i Pliypwin, Laundry" aefototiit 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath, stucco over today. ,.-... sloAwi. r we ra..d L B. Newman Realtor i Central Air Condo
nv'I. Mdi flow .... ... concrete block, 100 x 17S ft yard, '
J eocktsll''IMIIK otf.....r." ....... fruit trees all furniture goes, e ............ /WI................ wS M.r ,- rA M. Dunn Scarle! Realtors llenryt thing ;lraft frred and
arctdt t .Mottl|o.< psrty .... I eluding range and 4 bedruom, I bath N"' 4150.14 ._ ,' A Stoner Realty Immediate' possession j on thli
II FOR SOLITTLE P.ttlnl ar.*t4 lmfflb....d.I Only J13,6M, 29% down,lt : In'j home, carporte. built in Sydney Schwartz practically flew.a bedroom 1iu
over 5 years range, central' heat,ti located r- rdaw ...../a_ : W. J. SmithGOOD bath hum' added featureof
I' In Indian River .- ......, ..saw. ......h Aw 5110 L. 'a' air" conditioning.' Payments
: ;
: : NEW S bedroom 2 bath City. only' $15730 including T A I.
11'f, t w tional financing $17,850. Dcwe tncsi.h .))! I -..-
\E) ;.c1._ payment $ 50. Large living room, w gels.i...srA.: t4arM1.&:fir a-1i"
/tn' AIr...............h.........-' ... turquoise kitchen, fireplace I S 2S. 1. ,foul.r.tsr d.AI4lae,........,; w I BUYS i NO QUALIFYINGImperial
uf twps...Are-hst.ssr. Call- i I' ...-.... ,. .

r J W. CHILDRE REALTY, j I I "lIhlnltoni T 1UYtlll',1'\0'\ r ',+ P I1DA BY LAKINWIIISI'F.fIINO I On 121) homes In this Estatee-Id.allo"l.

,, am run t., KntxVHJ DnfTll IPlRTUFIimt 267-5563 I 'I ed area 1-3 bedroom, :I bath
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double/ carports, excellent condition
, UNFURNISHED .r11 : MONTHLY *ZZZ* IIiLL HOME I Assume present: :loan:
, Hudrmtm and 2 baths. Double with payments $10500 Including
Models Now Open For Inspection! This StandsFor emlosed isrsge' central heatIng Uses It Insursnr $IS , "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service"j3rtja' and; sir conditioning Plenty Nest w. have a 4 bedroom, I
t of f closet space. Range, re, bath home which I It' In perfectcondition
Quality frlgvralor and draperies In. Ha* an enUhllahed
elude. Have HI A mm mil. loan w/payment $117.00 per
TOWERS & ZU men!. yules possession,, Only month
IMPERIAL" .CortrJ1 .tJ $700 down

l4cL f} OLD DIxfiTiiiiGIIWAY' 1 bed WHISPERING

I I Vll 'room 1 Bath on nuire corner LAKES
to ahw.".".norII lot, for only $10,3110. I .
Walk To School
401 South ;r t Telephone MOTEL,: 10 UNrrsTamTfurnlih.;; Thl beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 balk
, 'II ed Uvlnj I u. limos! In- I car rarporte home can be
n'W'drtlS' WaahlnRton AM 7.2011 'J ration on U R.rNo. t, with your for only I A50 down sndapproslmately
I ample room to build nice restaurant $115 per month,
$ l and" swimming, pool IIIA (VA No down Payment).
I Prire reduced for quirk sale
This U the official Seal of
, LUXURIOUS 1 IIBANI) NEW-Lllcaled on acre olUruJ ) A wonderful buy, for someone
94 BEDROOM the National Association of ?4 'looking f for Income property! NICE B.R. $12,950

CUSTOM-DESIGNED Hum Builder Only memLera Three boUrnom, two bath "- Woven Wood ','nce
: 1 HOMES ON LARGE of the National AJO- Mrrrr.L MJNIT[ : and 4 room Paved streets. air condition unit
1.1 I I-Ei- WOODED SIRENRYSUBURBAN IflTS station and local luwociaUlonj M Built In kitch< last.DRAND.
allowed to display this won t
m ONLY MINUTES are conditioning Double car tries Onh Income for low Investment
I-. TO NASA CAUSEWAY this seal.Alexander. Good) term can be arrangndHhuwn ,
Ii SHOPPING CENTER JlfWK) (m Shown by appointment I by appointment NEW

I.' AND AU SCHOOLS. Construction -- -- 3 it. 4 Dedroom
m ARK( 'HK.KWAY K), West --
1111i I Company 2 ATTENTION NEWCOMEIIS! of Indian timer lily I A mod fiprn fur your Inspection all
i II opportunity for Cmk week long f'loae to ahnppingerhmds ,
some one '
tui'j'I Droyhlll Development 11 Pe.i Pm.td.a c..y 1 If! you are etmtidvring$ purchasing N. r yr" ium.a.l:: rt. Inc for Investment property. Indouble and, r hurt lies, fllA and
1"1Ij" i Childre Hornet Inc. I their| money In the near VA IfnunrloK Move 10 now.
hom 'in North Drevard, why nut tate furorefilly I KM) per acre
I Ij;ta Cowart tt Carter, Inc h with good) term.
P, time and money by having one of tu> J ----- wr iuvr ,IVI. rAPAiti,
Court Const Company : [ ONE ACRE BUIUMVO IA>TAre AMD (Ot'HTEOUll: MI.M
I Co. trained, profetb>n.il sales staff C'/f n t'1yy you looking fir a large PEOPLE; AT YOUR OISI'M.
"' Ilat.r.9y b.whful Fisher Construction I 1 beautiful lot to build AL LIT: V* ASSIST! YOU
'" ..M potq.... R.M.eh Futch Construction Co. ,, duct yow Inn/Ay' on a complete! luui i t ry home on' If so, we have:: 'IN Tilt: SELECTION Of
. c......... I found It for you, with |nod YOUR NEW HOMESUTTON/ :
a.fg I.w John Beach ,I of our area, We have home in evcrv I'Hjiion on srnsU lake, lee
, e Oil H.af or call'; me al once
.Ci yWa..rtS I, Walls Justice Homes Inc. 4I I NI1'E: Bt''II.D'4m1: I UJ'J'''. Mlms
own. Flnanfing to suit your bud.'cti : 110 ft I IK ft tith Meat be
from Northwood Builders. Inc I '1r' ',' ...11't together, $34M each lot ASSOCIATESREALTY
i Is alao avakbble Occaaionally we c\ BEE on ALL
$13,950 Penziner Bros.

Robert Evans I ...L'air'LUal : ::"...... rn have an excellent ,mt.1yClU.CO''vuy Apt e [LAKIN REALTY CO.
$756fVANOTHING 1US; S. Wain.
O. Ronald Moretto

I t Tiffany Buildei. Inc. 'bf.t/ecu I Jnc.IEALTORS ) V M Lakln R.|, Broker New Home Specialists":
James Trimble C/ 1307 Palmetto Street orriCE NIGHTS. BUN.

FHA. $500 Dow'A.cawcw.l William Everman Near( Plrtta PU<* Wx>pplnPIK .
$ INSURORS CaM.r I 267-9440 :::
Wlnjate Homes DUI AM T2C11 Day, sight er Holidayi I E 27 MA JII704534

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I! V A PAYMENT Beau/i $15,000 TO $19,000

several Large LOTS FOR BALE hi FAIR CLCN.M7SO .
T I', A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville to IMM Moms restricted to IWO, s

I FHA' LOWDOWN Only Miles West of L' S. J On Garden Street COWART & CARTER

I ; PAYMENT THREE & FOUR BEDROO/v/ FAMILY ROOM TWO TILED BATHS 3200 Phone Garden: 207-3222 St, or Titusvlll t 2872331If


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Pit 4-C TI uvm./ jPlerld) Star-ArfveVafa; 1 Friday, September JS, DM ;I

I .: Real Estate Buys In The Star-Advocate Are "Good Buys". .- I

Continued Prom Proceeding f.gt Rail Estate R.al Estate Real Estate R,il Esttt, Real Estate

HOUIIS I-OH SAL! HOUSES FOR SAL* HOVIM FOB SAL* HOUi, f OK BALI! U. S. No. 1 highway frontage (several
Real Estat. t. HOUMS PQil Mil. tracts). '
4 LARGE bedrooms, forced air, SOUTH LAKE VILLAGE, 3 bed. 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, concrete NEW at.BEP8OOU brick houses 3
.LOTS FOR itores A-l locatloa; III GE equipment FHA $18,700, room bath screened porch corner block hone 3v* acres of land. 4 BEDROOM, 2 bath..(500 down, tile 1 built in range and oven,
Urge home sites; acreage or lots (600 down. .367-354. lot, drapes $S50 for equity 125,000. 2873122: North Tittufvllle assume payments. 207-3899. dishwasher, disposal intercom, '
for builders at discount; off U.! ----- -- take up payment of $73 Mortgage city limlti. wall to wall' S. 1. 35 minutes to Cape. Tinfow, COUNTRY CLUB Height, 3 bed balance 8940. Owner will| MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into .. CLASSIC HOMES car genre., 1 wh/ screened pool
owner, Lfoore Avenue, TltusvlUe, room, fenced well, covered patio, consider. second mortgage Call or 4 bedroom bonus brand new Nothing Down, See Us TodayTituiviftVa no move red in,t$184 p.. monthly.$2,030 down 367-1928 and
Phone 28M4SL 1930 down. 267.3775. 2(7-1739
(a area of much hillier pricedomen. ) Best Home Value -- "
Snail down payment andonly LARGE HOUSE, low down payment 115 Acres located North of Mirns.
Homes Located on Navarez, $83 payment 3 and 4 Bedrooms, 2 Full Bath Florida' room or 4th bedroom
One Mile North of Route 50, VA no om': : BRENT-=- Hqmes with Garages. central1' air conditioning,
WOOD ESTATES: west on Garden water softener large utility room,
Between U. S. No.,1 and Hopkins BUY NOW
St., AM 1-7142 or 602-8665.: near schools and shopping center 27 Acres Oak Hill Section ((6 acres set
i** 4' -- -- --- .
NEW 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, central WILL TRADEat 261-4MO.- -- _------- in 3 year old grove) Excellent buy,
heat and air conditioned. On4 Colonial Heights BEDROOM I'' bath, In Indian
and 1/8 acre lot, landscaped. Hopkins Ave. South River City Ct n be seen at 280

Coleman 1590000.Construction.Payments 261.20:19.$100.00.: 267.8641 Abbott Ave. 10 Acres I located west of Mims.DUFFY'S .
NEW SMYRNA llEACH-New custom
3 BEDROOM, central air, family* INDIAN- RIVER CITY. 131 Tus- built 4 bed!'oom, 2 baths with
room bullt-Ina, dlswashrrj earorRoad.. 3 bedroom, 1 bath excellent view of ocean and river.
carpeting large corner. lot, ((5 years old) Short term first Large living room with fireplace,
Whispering;; (Hills, call: 267 J220. and second mortgage. Payments central beat & >air I ; Intercom; 2 REAL ESTATE
River Palm Homes $B6 month S miles to new cause car garage on'corner\ Jot. Will '
4 BEDROOM, 2 bath. Florida
accept house, loll, boat or trailer
to MILA and I'
way Cape
f room, carport, drapes, central Walk to schools, shopping center. d I in t r a d e. Call, 4284044( New Corner U: 8 No. 1 and Hwy 46 Mims '
heat and alrconditionlng all electric
Present. % Smyrna Beach or write I'.0. Box
city water, shaded In- Lot 90 s 120 tree shaded I '
aide corner lot, I year old, Whispering end street Asking$10,500 Will ne 2026._. n___ '. -. -__ PHONE AM 7.0821

CUSTOM BUILT 267-7961.Hllli, $18,400. $97 monthly collate. terms Call collect__723078. e..4-.I (Continued On Next .Page) _____ __ _. L_
ForThe I beautiful highly restricted area ; = !I\\ .:
of better 3.5 bedroom homes, :
ingFamily. oversized lots, covered with
aid tree. School busroute. PLANNING
i grill
See theio exclusive dolightfully -
different designs Only TO CHECK WITH US !
3 completed homes left. Some ,
3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS 515,250$ s'k featuring 19 ft. bedrooms, BUILD?
ion.choose LaGrange color during area construct 1 mild See The 3 & 4 Bedroom HomesIN

!' north of Titusvllle off Old Dixie
4 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS $$15,950 t CALL- 2679300 BEAUTIFUL Ff

I WHISPERING HILLS, 3 bedroom\ I .
} bath t car $300 down. r
FHA LOW DOWN I JTHA; also 3 bedroom, 1 bath, 1 I, (FOREST HILLS
PAYMENT year old, only SWO down, $89 II
6 HOMES total monthly payments, no quell '
NO DOWN fylng Griffith Realty, 2502: S. 'I
VA PAYMENT Hopkins, 2678026. ESTATES x.
NOW -- -
--T MVl i .!i
Ready For White Terrazzo Floors. Our lest one U Whispering Hills!!"!
r dr It li an extra large :3 I bedroom, :3 I BUILT AND LOADED
Immediate Some Homes Have It bath home with 2 ear garage on : SALESMAN ON PREMISES
Double Carports f fully soddi-d and landscaped car WITH BUILT-IN FEATURES FOLLOW THE SIGNS
ner lot. Huge walk In Closets
Occupancy! Quality Construction Unusual 19' i 20' paneled

Throughout. j Across famllv from kitchen the Country club, minutes 9EEEEETEFFISHER -
from shopping Center and

NEAR SCHOOLS, CHURCHES & SHOPPING s MOVE Cap Schools Kennedy Your Men neighbors too. are all

RIGHT, IN 14)),mm ooFHA


SUTTON & ASSOC. ON for you to live la while we build
your home in our new section:
HOME SPECIALISTS 4 Bedroom, I Bath. Double. Garage -
from !
.. 1528 South Wash, 267.4826 267.9440 $16,900.00Northwood
Builders, Inc.!

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for Homes or Lots See. .. .. .. .. RYAN and ROBERTS 1197 Magnolia Ave. Indian River City

or call: anytime 267-4691

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From rreceeamg ragtReal Rear Estate UM| Cars & Trucks ---

Wanted IN TRII

Estate WILL TRAD R DODGE piuaengw; V-8, rtstiwp Star-Advocate Classifieds Get Quick Results! I ow?, 64(10 C1tReriTD ro Vf'fj

warorr r/fr, power steering, NHENI f CDUNTT 1)1' :
HOUSES FOR SALT Mtnlirmt candltlon.I Mart lellCHEVHOLET. TRAILERS. GUNS boats, boat i A. FLO Rx
EXCHANGE'EQOTTV in i bed- 261.4241.< motors air comDrtaaors, carp 1 ? CRRHH'Aw't IIRtitwoMCAYIN
BY $ $ i $ s S i i Sew
OWNER 2-bedroom furnished :Ob.W x 5tc trailer for equity enter tools mechanics tools SANK ,a Now G.s.
Forswore Information AM 7-447S i house in Titisavulearea. t ; $:!!IS. 119 Main, garage equipment, electric motor 411 Yonelm:

hone 287.8952. *, and: lawn mower We will ,
NO QUALIFYING S bedroom 2 1.------ 287.3382.RAMBLER vy rMA., O. lL\'roll ...... 00R0TH
"---- trade ears w bile fit the
Bath home* wall to wall carpetIng Real Estate Waited: 4 door deluxe radio I above articles. Browning anr Aute 411WIAo I. EATON!: ah txMniUnta.MniirR .tllt. i

; beantifur kitchen S month heats, 04,OW miles, txctllcnticonditiva. I S.les, 4flS Hopkins Avrnu, 2CT- !: U.P. m iv .
old. Pries $12,650. Terma 267.309ft. f-- t6BO Call 267- TAT" or n. ttlo" TOt '
ASSUME! MORTGAGE oft" J.m O, Italu, are
home with snaIl equity 267. 40&, 5171 i 1520.Wanted .. Pnmthv t.,, rmnn, nil wlr*. I

1BESHWOM.: BATH Florida room, 1591 CHEVY, tlrk-blft; / $600, To BuySET .... std AId1a all,....I.11.+nknnws. .,.llOJmln. Inteeolabrv I
inside utility carporte terrazzo Rides WantedTO vt.19M 2IJ'I.31O. l I 1hrmlah, 411.r. '11 wnaM, 'be ''I
I MUiV. AinHM (O. !Hman .1 I ItomlkvU
floors deep wen, low down OP eaeyctoptdiait! taN KIU15 M
as .
.. Nltnn" Illi ace anil' all imrllMkvvimi
outs monthly' payments $84 In. BJC for 7 a m. el.... Monday, METROPOLITAN N AS U. : b41twltilt 4 tt "p.m ti or ulkttnlni to h.ivntl .."
eluding taxes and Wednesday Friday. 257.8335.SeMces hardtop am all ear excellent I .hk, title in Inlnril' !I. I'boo mtr
Nidy Avenue insurance 118 1 1 I condition, using until sold. $2."' I OSXD AUTOMOWttlS: city Auto \ .. .itrtv with lm"r<.........,. I........-
MTSSB31 I het.., AM 4181&. .,. qtm.M.Ar..I ril.
8 BEDROOM: 2 bath home in Palm I II..... talk. ".Hr., ikl wilt. hhorn ..
Courts / > 1964 CORVAIR MONZA, 2 door Wanted To Rent film' In the
$doe 1 down and take over : WE WANT TO iKnliml t HI
t ..knv nvli-,I < .,in I 1h, ., of
cylinder 4 Roiim
balMce. coupe speed etc, M 00''
Payments $94 Call 26757.14. CORPRATION ... ,. .
HOtIS tt l U '.1."? 1 ln'* IIMI 'rula'
asium aymenU. 207 5733. BEDROOM furnished! ,
KKirtKM' ilni'?il M.I I h NI' IWHi.
Brevard County's. only S3DODGE-;; ;; I at unfiirnikhed In nice neighbor.hood. CLEAN HOUSE ..4 MM or Mukll.; / n, .IHI M of. I
COUNTRY CLUB 55: Pontiac j need ,+wd. Iliiiik .. tlu
Height, north. authorized branch. :Must!\ have stove and refrigerator .W1N LUMW..54SirtNy ?:r.t.H ,; Doer ,
wood factory batteries and minor work. Good Hwnr.m ,18r \unl) CnmoW
home same ,, Box Advocate
aa model by FS Star ,
lower 287-589L Call Melbourne ttinsmis.ilon Best offer. 2C78722. for MM birds! Careless TO MAKE ROOM FOR e'lps1M'd'rlbrd wrundwr155; : rrnl tie,Ike'..,. etc,Mrrlnafw The!
Collect I handling: can ruin valuabl. fur. .. ill ,.. .Ie. C..r' In .aid' aldlull ,
$8950 AND UP I "ttv,. and star household 'IfI 'In .enllna I I' 11,0', I'li',.ill"
Ne' Down 7235852If 1963 CHEVROLET IMPALA. 2. Want To Trade I ems Tara. why It'll THE 65 TRADE ('''art of the Ninth /,,,11.101 Mr......
Payment on your lot 3 My you INS In mM M Uw ('OHII\ "f Mr...rd. .
door -
S Bedroom: CBS construction hardtop 16,000 actual te IN! wi handle your neat mtvIng ? ill ""?,. or in."lliU. 'lit I'k.n.re. No'
equipped kitchen, terrazzo doors miles, local' owner V.8. radio, 'GUNS lob. We h ncH. My them OUR ENTIRE STOCK WILL GO ATM MM, owl, Ik. ebb..,I..... Ull of
Its Constructlorr- bearer automatic transmission, .,, Ikn viuw !M n' Irvlos May
tile bath. FHA : I\o
or conventional I. 730 South Dixie ; Inm n.nk. ; : ,.r I'unmrntn j
power"" steering, power brakes, .. .
financing. Zeke Evans Construction PJnUiMM v> JKIMM U \K<: lon -
Co. Phone 2673267 fully equipped. $1995. Browning Old U. S.1 Tklnk .{ REDUCED PRICES nod D.ir.nhv L rain: his
Call Len Randell! Auto Sales 405 Napkin 2671520. .1'I ne154.om.Tb.4.art.Mon. .
of III. r.-n1
LOW DOWN, 3 bedroom 2 bath 5* CHEVROLET BelAIr Indian RiverCity r. y5 HERE IS A SAMPLE ill .I.rntWA" 'In .hi o110 swap.NW andrtb.e ,
power. .
newly painted fenced lot closeto glide V.a, perfect engine, alt FIDELITYALLIED la Ihl C.lllnt I. os
/ There
NASA Free Estimates, References ; Are Many More To Choose From
causeway. 267-6875. other parts. See at 29 N. Palm Work Wanted 1 Irfl ! NOVA : A: I
3 BEDROOM U4 bath airconditioned. WT! ._.."n. in plat l thmviif Mmmrilwl ,
Walking distance to Remodeling, Repairs Carport, $HOP.CHRYSLER. Imperial. Crown FULL-TIME housekeeping S days Agent STOP BY AND TAKE A LOOKI) I I la HIM Hook U, PMCIW.
8167 Old .
Coquina School near shopping New Home, Driveways, Florida Dixie. 267 0972. I I per week, also. child care, 2677439 VAN LINES .Public, rlvrhUYOU KiHi'fill, ol llriv.rdMciMtv

center. 287.3780. 58 MODEL PICK UP truck with I : .. after_S p m.:... _- STORAGE TRANSFERDAY ... AMI MA<'II Or YOU ,r*
Rooms Commercials. atake body. 2673565, ."1'.01 in fltn vmr manna 'InIh
1960 FORD 4 DOOR ramnldnl" with' thi ChN of
BY OWNER 3 bedroom, alrcondl- RANCH WAGON *
LET' The Titusville Star OR NIGHT ill lh a .'hov. .'ivliMt l.nirl. and .trrv ,
Honed deep well, built In range ME sell your car or boat. I innv braes titiDH Ptalnllffk
$9,250 total low equity low No Job Too Large or Snail Browning Auto Sales 2671520. Advocate 1st in circUlation Phone AM 70228Remembur be 8 Cylinder straight drive Radio anti Heater, (loot) Mlwiwv, KTHrWAKT t,, *tBHH.wh .
I .... .. .
monthly payments 267-3636 white wall tires The Idt-al Car < sdl11.a. I. Punt t>m Nut
1S82 NOVA STATION to Carry Pa wrna-, ill Mt. leo" Onlllo. rinrlilk.' nxt In IT f'
2672958. after fl WAGON, air, No. Brevard. -
nv in
p. era to and from the ,
: BoyNOW Cuiic. lees Ik MM tin* ol IHrtohw A n
FOR SALE by 3 bedroom owner must sell Pay your Paper 14 CIQC I
267-0413.( I Mole, .s ri.iilr. .il bvtw\ alms! s
1 bath, central air, family room:::: P. O. Box 1204 City ---I Was $IlM Reduced to tfcwiw iw minnN.* wilt .Mi .nt.r.4
Whispering Hills section Call ,I ..In.1 V ll nod INK k Of ."".
I I ,
2675220. II." hor.unlo, ... me .hand dad +
DependableFREELII 1959 VOLKSWAGEN .02.8 lh. .1I..aI. ..51! ol Mill
OPEN HOUSE wart .< Tllu.vllwl. .....uot
Sunday, Sept 27th -; i'Minl, CtwIis. l Ihli tad d>. 0'
Own 2 !>>or with Radio and Heater .
1 gooui 1111'1 i a *'Mi inlM>r A I II IW4I \
p;m"-5pm..Preview \ tyke cleftn httle <'I 1'I1TM II IIAHNr.
time gas saver. .. '
any tark of lk ( In nlli CiurtHr.
MUST BE SEEN jEL H : V HwimilrrIhiwiilv .,
I IxrktpreAt
Furnished house INSTALLATIONISuburban M iir TIIM rIM,,"'"
19 Deleon Ave. 1962 CHEVY II ('tie 0th
Propane .
MMiwlrl f. A n
3 bedroom,1 bath screened A-MuriMi. fur ri.'..11"01
porch brick patio fruit trees, 2011 U. S. 1 N. 2674411 / :300 4 Door, black with red rnterlor, fl cylinder /''' tint... Mo. toll'
r \ .
i city water and sewage. Conveniently \ \ ow iIII i Eau Ilkllta riiirliUMmiK
located. 11200. I'owernlicfr.. Radio and Heater Rood White Walt 4._Ik 18. JV. iKrl.t. IM4i .

DRESSMAKING ORIGINAL styK / SAVEHUNDREDS Tire. A cleua, sharp med:' car.,

1005 Watson St. Ins expertly fitted, alteration a .,. Was $1393 l 00 Reduced t to $$1395 :r Tnt nmt'iT, ('ollft? nr
j for men's and women'a far
2 1
bedroom bath newly paintedand Mil IN ANI'till TIIMt
i decorated thru! out, Up buy ments. LjllienJIudson. 267>3J3r. H'NTT or IIft'=,,,UO. STATHor
low downCAMPBELL, .. 1962 ru>niuIS

TITUSVILLE 267.7325 Station Wa on, white with reef vlnyal Interior 8 ,\.' ... a N' .w yarn furpafkilon,
1964 FORD RANCH WAGON rib. .. / I'lnlHlllf.ITONCMAN .
rV cylinder straight/ drive, with, good whitewall: tires I ,
LOTS FOR SALT air automatic assume paylnt'tl&a.267.310t & ( 's
j Iti1RRRT: n .
$ : mitt
I after 4:3ft ...... radio and heater, A one owner car with MANklN, afONRMAN' kW, wlf..
BUILDING LOT 60 a 125. soned V ... l low miles Was $IBM 00 Reduced to S1595 iIIIl .1.l
I duplex $850 Day phone. 267.0831, 1959 BISCAYNE CHEVROLET, I rl.fr5,1a.1.' '
21i. .* comHtlon.'Teasonable.' Seller" say' at Ism
nile : 4023. good 287- Our 'Lot'sOv&afu1ziS ottO .
riuiiiiiA TIIH
2378. 1963 CHEVROIEI IMPALA 4/1 I .Wrt H II'"...",.. mull.. MH...*
I EDGEWATER. WOODED lot closein 0 HMiwnwB. .hi. mil.
175. x 100, 2000. Park Avenue 55 CHEVY V.8, standard tfaitamU.slon. I 2 Door nnnMI. M Mlini-miii ..ti oMlMIoM
E. Park Ave 281-4608. Hardtop V-fl.) r'owerullde, Hsdlo and Heater, mom' hlk wifrf .
Realty, 103 Edge 2 door. $350. g *.. .r.Hl mnn--ni snd], ,M.r0' -
1 water. haid- Power Steering! good white wall tires. A beautiful ,- Mr..t :...m.ii kll wlf*
1963 CADILLAC 4 door, top, soft gold( with low at.IT Nhulk, / "..u.,
matching interior A
air condition full like mileage Knil,.waml, loll,nrnla.
j 267.2889. power car ready to 110. CHOC "*. .ml .ll ....,.. < l.lmln,' 1..4'. _.
: LEGAL PADS Big 35o I new k., ikrcmik. ., ,,1. .aatoel .
Supply, Wa a5 r hMM
w $27l :300 Reduced to J7J a_ M .......... M .lM
: each at Star-Advocate Office. Read Star Advocate Claufled .
rl.n manm4n hl> wit>, "I IIMnalil
4 AND TRADE-INS ON THE 65 H HI,,>-min and Ii".lMiiMmk
*. kin toll and lurild H.
1959 PONTIAC 4 DR CATALINA __... w4 l M.r.Iral __
Will BE HERE SOON n., .kM wlfi, kin,1! all.. .........
LAST CALL Green with white top V.8 Auto. 1'rl11"Pow." ., klMIn.. 99 rlnlnilH', : ;I I''" Iaa, Mittikl ,
illlc N intvr"! In i (Ik* F.I
-- *. Steering Radio and heater Good white wall tires. _'1. wllll ,".n .**,.lIkwmMi .
N. ,'I 1 I... ''h..1
r cn I
WE : left.goof solid car with a lot of service not ANt I KAI"M UK Y/)1',0-/

i FOR ROCK BOTTOM PRICES M, 'iI $119100: Reduced' to $$895"r .t* Nhs flUd sails w.ty.5 ikti'r'I*i ml|In', 050MN 'h*

piers midst ('mil "lni nhlui.if ,

\, 64 FALCON 2 DR. $$1695 MUSTMAKE MM lull, ,l.",t1, rn:'." v.i :. IkitlMrlkip
ON A 1964 '55 1963 CHEV IMPALA SUPER SPORT 91', 1 IM, 'Ullll t. lit.'.1,1nl.'( i.I ,I'lll v,anMa!..

0 2 LVxir Itarrl Top, 3W h p. V-8 engine with 4 speed .....1 i iw 5050 onl 1 Ik. (tUI fulill.,:lot I II.:H-:.'or,,i.;d.I ,,MlitvrI R,5";.:: MIT ,
,.. ,
PLYMOUTH VALIANT 63 FORD G XXi&H transmission. )Kailio and Heater( good white wall h.'"mmy...iifiH. r*" d lii I-..iii.n, >n ,'""i I.I. 'i"'b.1 Ih.,

$$2595 Urn, Bucket Seats and consols/ a. beautiful aqua' .N'T. Th., n.inif >h-,,:i "i 5is i .
I k Mill mull to l IMnlliil thllmull
CHRYSLER I I II ... car with matching Interior The sharpest / ('"art "l ll>. Nil' ,'Ik iuAM .

or ROOM car in town. Will JJ895:! Reduced to $$2495 !' CkNkly I.I Inull nl Mrur5d i 0,, and mot, .I,..l r .,ri in.rtail. *,

63 PONT 40DR1Hm'62usi D : l I. ,......... NII UIr.I4! lhhtiravlilxl .'
DAYTONA .. .. llll> nl Hi,,. ... I I.AmorM.n I.
SEE US NOW Spouts ealnao n.>kNlw a
AUTO CONDo ",.. auc 1961 TEMPEST 4 DOOR WAGON "I ..I1' rrn'11n,,: I'liJMilff: ,
& H ,
I $$1395$ $$095 w. Blue, Automatic TrsnumlMion, radio and heater, ,r:* N.Mo.: .m:..arnn.nl.n lll;< wlf,' 11 and>
1965 BARRACUDAS NOW White Wall Tlr* .M':."4srLUw. n, ,hr wort, DrnnNId -
$$995 I.v..lv' 'In .,1I, .uh, ...dd.NrI05A
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ON SALE NOW! I 4 $1.195 t to ill In lb. .'nn.lan, ,., '" t I. 5e

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: .I .' altin I NIT Nil, 4.MiSeST .
I IS THEo 1959 RAMBLER SUPER I.. 511.1" 11,1, bt
l 'Ui n'<> k M
BREVARD MOTOR CO. CroM Country Wagon black with rest and Mack I TfMkYr '.*". ". ., ',', ,*
r f" .... .,,, T"
I 815 N. MAGNOLIA AVE. PHONE 257-4391 $$1095 .. Interior 6 ivl Strrtuht; Stick with Over 1 Drive iIII wUk I' '''h. ''r,.1..".....1.! ..

62 RAMBLER fr400rrAT TIME }neater Good Tires, A Hen) Oat .v.,. Reduced* (ntm .(, Maori Sl iii' .,u' ors,
i AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR '-I'4 III Mil norm it- >'lr IHMIM -
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For ) &ale
Quick "" M l n "r 'u.iw
i ctIRYSLER. PLYMOUTII VALIANT .. $S695 .. "r .pm>ato ,. ..I.ii-".. i i
A"-- $$1595 Was $1091.!) NOW '* '> .l i Nlntrb' 11,11'1., (

62 tl\EV\ 8/ THIS .: =:..11.yie'__' Ml..lrl.. MHIe.Mtan

I .. ill Mil JIMOTMlltinnl 551OM <
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R 1958 THUNDERBIRD i'I| Will

i Nil' : tDR.o 6n FORD GAX/::500'I I" Red and White with Black and While Interior. .. ...rllr....,....ANSDNBA'M i,; ate! 00",>r."VnU.,.' era iIk "
AN.' U C M fAIRLANE I ISTHE Power and Brakes, Hudlo) and Heater I M Iik
I 62 Olt. .I. Steering : l .0o MM>l:l l.lvl..l 51 Hh+ I lh.,,:.: a.1 J

______ I J I I ..,'.ST, R B H Oood! White Wall Tires A Good' Car OQC *. 4 ...*, Uta,. .f n"wm t""term
(1595. At an extrj: good pru'" Wa $14r! NOW jliJ ill : MHTIWV 'MrERAN: ," L

$1295 MrMMlto"kSta'iTiVli". TlS?

I kM.VlMk nut.,IIOT A, 11 Ohio IMI,....* ri-4"if..t darof ..4kv .
We are proud to an. 1959 CHEV IMPALA 4 DOORGreen ill M.. .!.. 5 ..".,.. ht" 10" _
1891 .. ..1., ...'".. r.4 554
and white V.1f P\"hdtr. Power Sterrlng, ./ w

nounce that Paul IsraelIs PLACEM'COTTER : Radio Heater, (iixxl I W-W A Nice Car AtC ill I -r.*.:. .W/7NaaC...,I*..,. Ml WnUfI'mv :toad ,..4.

A Bargain Price: I0. fltl.l .t, Mil,I
= al III-.1 HrfvwlCtMk :
associated with $$895I ... ,.
k now W8I $129 NOW Cs..ly -"' III 1.4 A4y of

61 $ 60 V.W DELUX $ .. I 9851.405.t'1'NTta: A.. n N lag MANNEI
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the Sales Department of CHL YD A.S139, : ..S995 ,:.. 1958 CHEVROLET BEL AIR .. NT......V,.*.l M(.ik..MwglwI0km *.lv i ,lr.I rMIIh uilurt. | ..

Gus Faulk Chevrolet I 4 Door, 6 Cvl. l'owrrgltde( JU
t 16 PONT S/W $$89 59 DODGE HT $S695 a, Wag $795R,..NOW fuy $S495 Pst ;rN,r r.IM A,1".rAUtnn .>'."" '

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Paul invites all of his friends and customers to come 1959 PLYMOUTH 2 DR HARDTOP M *.... 4, II. ,I. 1 irrl IMtWk r

60 Mi LD $$89 57 CNEV] : : $$495 I: ,I aaa/.1sh.I/TIPIasI.alleles n5 :.7r.
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by and K* aim at our showroom where n. em five )l. mUic ans .
t R a H V 1. R A !(*.I! Bargain Wan im NOW La-. .lira.9'.. .' r'A.N.mhr. ,r I...tJ.. +-:';

the best deal in town on a brand new ChevroletChevrolet :C-J":': .III ,.abl.? 5.,',+ if M..'
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Hlk day ..l MIN A D .LAM
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>... t-C Tttvtvllle <(FlerMe< .) Star M ..... Prkky.. S..tambtr. 21, DM Burgoon and Mrs. Wileem sr Mrs Ethel Currey. President ; I
very old friends. The next workshop of this S.A.M.E. Installs Col. Campbell As New

: series will be held next Wednes

Newcomers to this area are day, September 30th from 900am. : Col. J. L. Campbell, Deputy sum Technical Liaison Officer dinnerat
social hour followed by
I Travis Lovett, his wife, Nancy, till 12 noon at Mrs. Cur- Chief of Stiff for CivU Engineering fo rthe Corps of Engineers. 7 30 and the installation ceremony -
Titusville :
I South/ NewsContinued snd two girls, Christine and rey's home when work will be Air Force Eastern Test Other officers installed were .

Tracey. Also living with them done with plastic crystals and Range, WM Installed as the new Carlton Randall, architect

J Is Travis' brother, Dexter. They bird cage holders. president of the Canaveral Post, gineer, vice president, Ronald]

From Page 1-C 5 men per boat. Notwithstanding Savings and Loan Association have moved into a home at 230 Society of American Military E!; Kolar, contractor, secretary; O'Bryan Reports

this, in the course of 2 building, signs proclaim that a Pine Street and originally came Pool PartyA Engineer, Thursday night Ina Richard Da/bell, U. S. Navy

I sisters. Susan and Nancy. years, he delivered boats to the new building will be erected from Houston, Texas Travis ceremony at the Patrick Air assistant secretary-treasurer and

After more games, the child European Theater of Opera there to house the "Yellow works for Blunt Bros. Construe Pool Party was held'James at the Force Ball Officers Club. Col. A. II. Bagnulo NASA, Maj.G. ). To WashingtonFor

ren helped Tommy open his Icons, to the Asiatic theater, to Stamp Redemption Store. ton at the Cape. home of Mr. and Mrs Col. Campbell succeeds Cdr.J. V. Douglas Air Force andE.
gift and they concluded the afternoon South Pacific to Australia Finn, 128 Pine Lane, Saturday R. Bramlitt, Corps of Engine
the Building has begun and some W. Roloff, who took over as
with cake and ice ceam. New Zealand, and as "Bert" foundations have been poured. Recent visitors at the home of honoring the 17h( birthday of interim president in August ers, directors.Col. Naval DutyKenneth'

says, "all over the world." When completed, this store Mr. and Mrs. James Reid of their son, Mike. Swimming, when Col. G. A. Finley, Can- Campbell has been at
From M.... dancing and eating were enjoy'
will be a great boon to the ladies 205 Indian River Avenue, were averal Post president, announced Patrick since August 1962. He chiefphotographer's
Visiting at the home of Mrs. The war over, Bert and Mary ed by the youngsters Mike received entered military service in 1942 M. O'Bryan,
in North Brevard, who heretofore their daughter and son-inlaw his impending retirement
mate, USN, son
Francis Swift, 340 Byron Avenue moved to Dade County where fine gifts from his
have had to travel fur to Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Nolan and from military service. (:()I. Fin- after graduating from Carnegie of Mrs. B. H. Sadler of Route 2,
is Barbara's sister Mrs. Bert worked for the Miami friends.
redeem their "yellow stamps," I children from New Ellington, young ley was Canaveral District En' Tech with a degree in industrial
Titusville for duty,
Ruth Saley and her three child Transit Company for 15 years, Guests attending were: Chris reported
which are dispensed daily and S. C. They have now found a gineer for the U. S. Army Corps engineering His assignments out
1 at the Naval
run, Edwin, Starr and Norma. until it became strike bound. Miller, Janice Compton, Carolyn of the United SidleS have In. September
abundantly In this area. home in the Sunawept Homes of Engineers.
Ruth came from Weymouth The company finally sold Its Hills. Krall, Clairette Murray, Pat MeClure eluded tours of duty In the Aleutians Center Naval Station

Mass, with her parents who are assets to Dade County. area, west of Whispering Steve Albert John Coyle, Installing officer was Burton on Guam and in New' Washington D C.
Board South Carolina
returning to their home in Library Also visiting from Dave Swoyer, Frank Thurlow J Bell of Atlanta, Southeast Re. foundland. He Inspects and maintains

Stuart Bert and Mary then packed up Appointed to the Titusville recently and staying with Tony Helms and Bill Trondoriff. glonal Vice President of the camera and laboratory equip
and left Dade County They the Reid's were Marion's mother During the meeting Bell also
SAME and South Atlantic Divl- ment and processes
The very close sisters enjoyed Library Board from this area Adults chaperoning were Mr. ; exposes
decided they would tour the Mrs. Etta Nolan and an aunt, reported on the Southeast Regional .
being together again after a is Mrs Muriel ChreUt, of 325 and Mrs. J. Finn, Mrs. Seth Miller light sensitive film and makes
whole of these United States to Mrs. Mabel Nolan, Convention held last weekat
year's separation. After a Stuart Avenue. This Is the new 4 and Mrs. John Kran.Exploer Storm Victim Has finished prints.
Arnold Tul-
find a new home to their liking Air Force Station,
three week's visit Ruth flew They say that they traveled all Board just appointed to admin Neighborhood Coffee Left The lahoma, Tenn. Chief O'Bryan entered the ser- '
back to her home in Mass. ister the Greater City of Titus'vlllo' Post N.. 370 Hospital
of 10,000 miles in a year, lookIng Last Wednesday was the 25th The meeting started with a vse in February 1948.
two libraries the one at 'Mrs R. C. Dix of 2021 SherrySt. ---------.- ---
for a place to act up their Wedding Anniversary of Mr. The regular weekly meetingof
Fellowship Hour Titusville and the other here.
home Nothing seemed to please and Mrs. William T. Crow of Explorer Post No. 370, Boy who sustained a severe back
Fellowship Hour is held every Mrs. Chrelst's husband Is William .
them until they hit Indian River 29S Key Madeira Avenue. Un Scouts of America was held at Injury during a tornado which
Sunday evening at 7:30 at ChreUt and have lived -
p.m. City. they fortunately Mr. Crow Is away t Ilhe IRC Methodist Church Wed- visited Sherry St at the time of
the Indian, River Methodists In this for several
They bought out the Powell community on business, so could not partici I I nesday evening Hurricane Cleo was moving
: Church. It begins with a per )'earl. through Florida, left Jess Par, McCotter MotorsTo
/ Garage on Magnolia Avenue pale in any function. '
iod of hymn singing and then remodeled and modernized it Mrs. ChreUt 1s Curriculum Present were: David Champion rlsh Memorial Hospital yester

: there is a discussion on different Coordinator at Coquina Ele Mrs. C. W. (Monell)) Morgan, president, Roger Basham,
and call Is "Bert's Auto Clinic" day.She
topics relative to Christian mentary School. She is secretary a neighbor of Mrs. Crow's, setup secretary and Michael Crane Is In a cast and expects to

: Life, with emphasis on family Both of these new citizens are of the Coquina P.T.A. a "Neighborhood Coffee" to Philip Elmore, Chris Kraft, Bill be under treatments for six to Our Customers:
in their sixties, but both work
The hour Is concluded of the her anniversary Stev'en months Mr and Mrs. Dix
worship. and a very active member honor Mrs. Crow on Northcutt, Cecil Reynolds, nine
and neither of them has missed
: with a period of fellowship. work since here Indian River City Methodist Webber, members; and Perry are now residing at 1743 Burning McCotter Motors is pleased to announce the forma
a day's coming
: Anyone is cordially Invited to Church. She has bad previous Guests Included: Mrs. J. W. 'Conrad, Committeeman, and Tree Road in a new developmentat

: attend. Nov. 15. experience, and her choice on Jones, Mrs. R. L. Sanford, Mrs. Robert Webber, Institutional the south end of Barna Ave. tion of a Customer Relation Department headed by

Brevard Bank Building this board should be a beneficialone William Small, Mrs. Wm. A. Representative. Vincent L. Culver

: '10,000 Milan Te Find A Home for this community Syverson, Mrs M. L. Bishop, The group planned an overnight their seats Jerry Champion, *

In circulating around this Mrs. H. T. Clayton, Mrs. R. A. beach camping trip, scheduled Roy Malott, Joe Kyle and Mike
: : Herbert and Mary Seegert This department was created to give Our Cus-
area, we met Roy Ramie on Coral Snake Killed Scrra, Mrs. Jack LaHew and for October 9th. Plans Allred served as judges. David
Who live at the of Indian
:. corner the site of the new building for Mrs. Rodney Kenyon.R. and arrangements will be an- Webber of the T.Bird patrol was tomer, a direct and simple means of clearing up
River Avenue and Magnolia Last Wednesday evening as
the Brevard National Bank. The nonuced later. the last person to have to sit
: Avenue were both born in Mrs. Joseph Chslldln of 436 which relates to the
level of the land on which this L. Sanford of 310 Key dpwn. He then competed againstthe any problem, however small
Philadelphia, Pa. but have liv Avenue from
building will be erected has Tangelo proceeded Madeira Avenue, flew to San Boy Scout News four judges and beat all of
: ed in Florida for the lust 24 her home through the adjoin Ford product or our dealership.
been raised several feet to Francisco last Saturday to them and was declared the
years. ing carports to her wash'room, The regular weekly meeting
the funeral of his mother
make it stand and
high dry Champion.
: They liave two daughters, above the.surrounding flut land. she saw a coral snake on the Mrs Minnie Sanford. Mrs. San' of the Boy Scout Troop No. 310 The Wolverine patrol discussed We sincerely hope that you will make use of this
: Mrs. Richard HamcUine of 340 floor of the caiporte.\ Joe, her was held at the Civic Center
Roy says that the foundations ford will be remembered by her the tenderfoot requirements new department and we will be glad to talk to you
Darden Ave., and Mrs. Lewis husband on call lust Tuesday evening The
came running
have been poured and now they many friends in Imperial Estates pertaining! to care of natural! resources '
: Teluse, wife of a Master Ser are busy constructing the vault. and killed It. It was 19 inches as she spent the winter months opening ceremony was In charge at anytime!
: geant, U. S. A. F. at Hampton, long, and had the characteristic"Bluck" family. of Mike Allred and the Rebel
Dick and
with her ,
He says that 30 yards of con son, Glen Archer, Scoutmaster
Va. Patrol
crete alone were poured for the noeWith made ,,*( ral announcements:
During World War II, "Be.t", all the rain this com McCotter Motors I Inc.
floor of the vault while a totalof Workshop As a continuation of last 1, Inspection will be held shortly ,
was a Chief Engineer In the Mar munity has been having of late,
80.yards of the same material week's program, the Titan Patrol maybe next week;. 2. A
ine Division of the U. S. Air these lethal visitors are prone to A workshop was held at the
had been used for the foundations gave a very fine demonstration camping trip Is being plannedfor K. Sr
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Force His job and that of many be prevalent. I Parents should home of Mrs. Ethel Currey, 224 ,
The wooden mold for when on knots as pertained to the weekend October 16 1$
: others was to accept tbe'> new warn their young children accordingly Swift Avenue, Wednesday
the vault is about ready and tenderfoot requirements. A con 3, All Scouts of Troop 310 are
"crash boats", 110-feet in length demonstrations were made of PRESIDENT
Roy says that next week con test was then conducted to see invited to attend the wedding of
from the manufacturer. manufacture of marble Jewel'lef
crete will be poured to completethe which Scout could tie knots best Roddy Northcutt at Central Baptist '
them a onceover complete inspection Personals )' and reed bird cages. ,
vault. and quickest. As boy failed to Church on Thursday, Septefrber -
and then deliver them Recent visitors at the home of Those present were: Ann Work' ,
tie the knot called for, they took 24, at 7:00: p.m.
all over the world. Redemption Store Mrs, Mary Burgoon, of Pine St., man, Ellen Williams, Nita Wile: .

The boats were rated fur a were Mrs Lucie Wilson from hams, Nita Pritchard, LinnleWicrcnga

+ manned crew of 32, but Bert In the area of Indian River Miami, and daughter, Mrs. Ford Marie Glllam, Kiren

and his gang were allowed only Plaza, just north of the First Huusman from Orlando. Mrs, Graham, Murel Graham and.
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Give Thought To These Questions: FLOOR OVER
year round pleasure and happiness In a carefully TNt TINNY COURT
maintained properly supervised private swimming MOONLIGHTI DANCING
How many times do YOU Use the courthouse STARS -
What services that you need are not now available at ihe branch courthouses In Rockledge and

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Are your children on double sessions In schools. Do they have ample books, desks, rupplles, space? number of members have been obtained ACTTODAY w

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million dollars on an expensive and unneeded new courthouse GOLF

Before You Sign Any Petition For County Scat Removal Phone 267-7211 ANIWANDDIFPUINTI AND ATTRACTIVE

I THINK I Think How Hard It Will Be On An Overburdened Tax Pocketbook! I COURSE.
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