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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
triweekly[ former 1962-]
daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Voice of 25,000 North Breva-d- County Residents

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"Dodge Ball" With VehiclesWhat Race Lead I



If HENRY I. BRADSHIR
started as a simple ron sault nun and fled In a tan from behind and tie noticed the he cradled Into a five-foot deep
tine Investigation for assault, 19M routine tan Pontiac rapidly approachIng ditch MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet 'j

became of The three! jollcemcn, Ptlmn Union put a ship with
a dangerous game ( hIm. He turned on his red The officers were on the scene space
'dodge ball' between the SIM Brandies In tare patrol car and I three men aboard Into orbit
I j tE7i lights and waived out the win- immediately, but the Negro
peeled assailant and Titusville the two auxii erynten In another today Tans announced. It Is the
policemen Saturday night left Immediately in pursuitof dour, trying to flag Grady down made no attempt to leave the worlds first space vehicle to

The game was played with the Negro but It was soon apparent that car. They ordered Mm out but carry more than one person.
car;: the suspect his and the U. Hetoel and Ptlmn Fuckett Grady had no Intention of stooping he still would not move Bellev
police In theirs The object of encountered Grady as be but Instead had his sights Ing him to be armed, the offlc The Soviet news agency said

i the game\'&' that the suspect was In the process of turning trained on the black and white era approached the car withdrawn the crew was composed of (oLTamlr

on back dirt streets would try around at the corm of Palmetto police car. Brandies, too was revolvers Again they \ Komarov, the pilot;
to run down the police However and Denton The policemen surceshful In avoiding the accident ordered the Negro out of the! KonstanUne Fenktlstov a sclen-

the polke were agile and the turned their red lights on and but just barely According I car, but still he wouldn't budge, tint and Dr. Boris Yegorov, a

suspect lost and ended up In flagged the suspect down, but to reports, fuikutt said the so bodily, they hauled him out physician

6 6t Jail under a $:,500 bond. instead of stopping, accordingto Negro car minted the police of the car and Into J jllil. It said the apace ship named
t = The game began when Ptlmn. a report the Negro "droppedthe car by lesa than six Inches I Grady bas been bound over Voskhod sunrise had 'been
Frank Puckett, the latter two gear into drive and floor- rtlnm Brandies Immediately to criminal court and chargedwith put into orbit close to ta
members of the Titusville Police boarded the accekrator and turned around and started In attempted! awwult with Intent planned route and was circlingthe

[ Auxiliary, answered a dIg.turbanl'e headed straight for the two tollcemcn hot pursuit, but the anxiety of to commit a felony' to wit: earth every M minutes

call at the corner of The polliemen were the Negro suspect was his undoing assault with an automobile He
Union and Olive Streets. According successful In avoiding an accident As Grady, neared the In also faces charges of driving "Two-way radio communications I

to a Negro man, by driving off the road and tl'l'lk'l'Uon of DeLeon and line, without a drivers llrwwe and are maintained said
Taws "The
Charles! McKellon, another Negro almost into a ditch due to his speed] he began to further charges are pending( ships crew report
withstood well
they the
Woodrow Grady, 37, of 1019 Meanwhile Ptlmn Brandieswas muss control of his car and In growing out of his anaualt attempt launch quite
and the transition to
2nd Ave.. had attempted to as- coming toward the scene attempting hi turn the corner, upon 101l:1:1I1111n.I : : weightlessneM. All three feel

fine "

indication The announcement how lung the gave ship no

>t I Air Wreck FoundANDYTOWN would stay aloft

Tans said purposes of the

flight Included: Test the new
e/ "muui-eeat guided spaceship;"

check the to work together
(AP) A man light plane and six crushed bod storm brewed by a tropical depression Abenau was one of a search capacity
of
-.-- "' ."" _4 "':; Marching: for two missing airboats iesThe lying In the Gulf of party which set out earh todayto during of workers space flight scientific a ,
In the Everglades wilderness I plane, a Cessna, apparently Mexico south of Cuba hulk for two alrboats which group ; ,
.. physical and technical Invests
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stumbled accidentally today plunged into the swamp A fl\t\ ,Inch downpour fell Sun- vanished after leaving Andy. Rations in the conditions of I
OLD PRESS STOPPED ved him well for the 39 the of rain- and rain still town at I l
I PublisherH. past years. across wreckage a Sunday night during a day night was am. Sunday on a space night! : study the effect of

H. Hudson pu.hes the button to The prej was topped "for good" after coining down when an airboat (halting Jaunt space flight on cosmonauts, and
Hop the "old Betsy" that has Ser Friday's editloa-S-A Photo. driven by William Abenau of
press Aboard the alrboats, which carry out extended anedlbIoItttlk'all'eliClareb -
Fort Lauderdale found the
60 had nut been found, were lUeh In the conditions
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IRC
Sets wreckage In three feet of
Group swamp water ard Matheny, 27: his sun Jams III a long Kghl"It
HOT. Illllon W and
TbebnarIllnkel
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had from
The lane taken off was not clear, however
j Naples at 110: p.m. Sunday and whether this latter meant the
The RU'hards and the Nelsons
was due at Hollywood. 4S minutes flight would be s long one
later had been flown to the Nantes. tau said\ Voltnod was
Political ForumsThe arts to Inspect real estate The
) launched at 10:30 a ra. (J:W .
Ab0.r411'1II11 Orr of plane was radio equipped but am IWT).
Fort Lauderdale, the pilot, Fart sent no distress message/ lm( The announcement Hid the

Leslie, West Hollywood real estate It dINa"I"11'fId." orbttlitg was accompUshed "br

Indian River City Civic hat Invited all candidates for salesman and owner of the The underbrush was so down means of a new' p'JWerfuJlauncb

Association, continuing its program national, state and county offices / plane, and two couples from Ke- In the area of the trails Umiles ........' No duta&i were given.
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of exposing to the public to be present and to expoundon noaha, Vis. Identified only as went of Fort Lawlerdtile "All systems on board the

as much political Informationand I their platforms.Ac I Mr, and Mr Richards and Mr, that alrboats were being seat Into pacmhlp are functioning ant"many

Interest as possible ban ordlng to II, 0. Bartlett and Mrs Nelnon."Susan". bring out the bodta.Ing ," Tass said.

.. scheduled: two political public! prc elect .of the association, It I The !last previous Soviet cosmonaut \

forums this month. to expected that Son. hpeasard In orbit were Valerian

Next Monday, Oct Kind Holland and his Republican opponent FundIs Bykuvsky and Valentlna. Ten

again on: XL 26, the association: for the V.S.It'nll.. I uhkiiva the flint space woman

Claude Elite, llaydon Burns and In separate' ; apace ships In June

GOP Charles lIol 1, Cong Ed: im. Byaovsky made II orbitsIn '
Burns Rally gooey and Tom Kenney or five days and Terenhkova

their representatives, wilt attend Growing made 45 orbtts durinx the latter
i .: .HIS or the other of the two forums pan of Bykovaky flight.

Set Ocl. 20 .
J f ....- ,....,.,r.a.r./- I The Susan Manning Fund at that the response to a has Soviet\ sclentiirts later re-
The following state and county I vested that the keg period of
First National Bank ".is ture article about the little girlin
A huge! Burnt For Cover growIng
I candidates are aim expected weigh" )leanness cawed Byknv -
fast. to Mrs edition' of the WarAdvocate
according Friday a
nor political rally is sdwhried I II tu appear| on Oct II: I ky to suffer temporary'
Martha RuhwU hank auditor has tn terrific and
I for North Brevard. next Tunsiiy Mate senate candidates, Jim effects of low blood pressure,

|< Ott N It THwvMes I Dressier and COP; Virgil Susan Is a four.year-old! girl Mid(people' In bnmndlflisly eumrtbuUima$ began to help to :sat emotional and balance

I Blinton 1'ark heart: ; county commhMinn suffering from cancer and the family\ meet the rising" tide :tostaMHty, and some alterations
Ai .rdlng to Burn campaign Mstrtct 1. Ed Kitttos.. and GOP face the pnsulbUity of becoming of COM to save the pretty littlegirl's M' biMldy chemical pniperlles.
T jn.. (cr in North Brevard. Cur Met Fetter, District I. IncunvbMt blind If cancer strikes her remaining
sight This has put a limit to
mtch THiMvtlle to one <>( MP Dick Muldrew and eye. The other eye has space
flights of about two weeks until
Ill. few Kant Coast Uiwos to I he Mike Koran; District 1, Milton already been removed after doctors First National Bank fuse offer :
he proMema can be salved, the
...en by Bums Ux a rally and Mci.ralh and Guy Brewiter iu<"oviKl! malignant tumor I H I ru services: as a duousKnryfor .
I camtista aald There was M
',0 uitf'* the people of North School board member e.ndl- "behind the eye contrlbutliMM tor In* Y'JUfII'I
I indication how lung UM three-
I !Ittr'.tid bi turn out aa an indi date, incumlx-rt John Turret Mrs Riunell, stated this morn-. I sler
I mail! craft would stay
i jiim of the support behindCunii and GOP Jeanne Fkher are up.
The I/mm/ / Hates .Is planning
y, scheduled! to appearBanquet.. W orbit Its first two-eras spacecraft -
i The Rally will be In the form,
"f a free flan fry put on by the I To early seat year

i jinpiiiicn committee In \'nhBn City To Study : Kusesrov to 17, married and

'vard and hM from It s m. ihe father of two children

to >1> p m. The fM will be fried ., Be Sell Out Kcdrtistov to M also married]
by according to FuUJi, "the and| ha* a small oat The doctor.
TcFW PRr.q T'l"r:: 1 r ;: p r" '';ibT!'t h"ton? 'hat "new Betsy a best and oldest Mi fryers la the M T to the youatMst member

IL.h! I e E I' J I ,. ne _4-r.'jgo'; .i'h'!" will, verve him .. county W the crew Ho teas Is married

p'c.c:: ,> 1'.1' p..IJI\s .. II I'J.'. Jki well U "&:Ild Beusy '.-S-A Photo. Burns will be accompanied teas Bill Bank NevI!and, "prwtdrat Orkst rhslrman of till Water Waste red has a It.I .

here his. wife and The aitnuuncetnent 7J minutes
by ""'Palinpll"f for the Oct 71 Gnats Tltu.
and will be here I the heralded
for revseal rllle after launching was -
Cliamber of Commerce: Annual
hours meeting the people I 011 Mtmcow radio and tetovt-

To Pick Architect and answertflg questions! that. planning Banquet attend, said the today banquet thoseto A prtUmlnary water w a 11 a ,to shut dims UM treatment stun by. cHmee that mean .....-

may be perttMat IIIfMlld purcham their tickets I study to scheduled to be made i I plant and service pumps shout thing Important M coming
I A nwtorcade Is scheduled to an hour, while UIIII4II'W1It go The three-man satellite II OMaeveMli
fur the water of the City
ThasvUle city Council to ex making decision. This has been one of the Ma eseert the IfemocraUc: auntim I are.'Because system tog IMFrom. maniMd Soviet space
tected to chooM an artMtectPuesday I The : when chosen, criticisms: of the present cvunci' to THusvtile tt the sbe of the I of TttusvUle, according/ to City Into survey, as compared flight la Vft years, It carries

to plan chaaoes in the will after preliminary study facilities, ta that there k not ; Stitch said thus would be a II caMurimn at Parkway Junior Manager Cleveland, B. Tat to standards dev ac l front!tasmmiauia news, eight and
l give the council: arise Idea U sufficient I great opportunity fnr officepenoniwl IMP and the (Merest created 'by I nudge urveya of other stmMe. we *
Uyvlew School to make tt !Into I to the overall east of the renovations room. During controversial to have a free lunch aanuwidng Pals lda's )inter U.S.5selust Tto' atmey, estimated to rot systems. estimate will be BMSThe

I new huge Tttusvilto lily Hail I IIKW the threeMary I public bearings, the with the govern and to to- George Sra hen, as I MM, wffl. be coMnrtMl by DM made of the anon of avoMa- atud States has put fourastrnaaute

simplex. building to conform toI I council to /fffied to oveifkiwlag' COM problems wita him I our mala speaker, Ucaets wtB I(*y of Cwal (:....* eomultiBgtwfinnt bin waste winch. could be heat into orMt The lunt-

The council meaty met uvormaOy I once by the ctty with residents standing outside He ne.ctWy .invites tilt be at a premium this year," j jIW1M Neal Ks4fM.. From ad and cnrmrwd by mess of a set flight was on May. 1)GordoaCmosr Del
WPM M Piece Ma)
listening UM windows.
through
with tow local arvU- The buadug will probably BnuMwtves to bring the call- aUd KgWs prtUmiMrjr sarvry a cumpfcM water weds surveyle made S orWts.
Mural firms. Hirsbberg and huuxe besides the normal ad- The audHorwm eoaid pas{- dreg and tot them play oa them I Betides I d.eraNaaise win be mad atttUM. he will check plant
tmatben. The tovtot Uakiai longest
Me* digwtarM
Uy be seed tar eomnMntty acttntiee playground willie they talk toMrs. ? 'whether. or lOt to tundwi a meters far aedraty and will 1
'fcompmn and Umoe and .gJnsoa tniaMraUve offices of UM city and ewdd! fffl the seed UrM. from UM Cape NASA I reminds manwMt spew ttgM was ttortnu
water waste check rutnpare w
the various which 1,11" MIl the Air Fwe tIMe hrert ia- nwplete pwiyage .u five of June 1JM.
j to assist the CIIIIICI In I deparUMNNa the tIlDe being at least hra Doing. leis initial mover satoa tor a cMTsapnuiltogpmod ayi
are BOW ho mad outside the steed M lake MrveyKat Tees saM ViwUiods orbit
partA
chic aodMortam. The auditor Newspaper Week Is I M we meawve. true a of time U arrive' at anettr
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Study Sorted 11 cry hail proper turn baa a stage with a downstairs I .. the .toad water I enUmate af UM amulet reached a maximum !bright of
I police Noted This Week tartque partofha, .,ant, I IHagMg point M about m Miles. aad a mMmumhMjM
will
The
dtpartmeiit I seating capacity ef about wtavh to ackedcM to bVgM after I pipe Mm tilt etovatod I a I k M avsMMbla ...... miles.AMtwacMg .
,. of about Ill
The office of the Chief of pnesftl SM tile k. basemeot proxnmatbalcony aeattsf ap- NEW YORK (AIO-Tta 2MIsimaal I II IN 7JB: ,.. ......... win tout Lout at WbwpertofMOto KJitelM Mould bv hi tt pad
VaasportatMi to washtoctoaas I,of UM school bsS ag. which I observance at New..pe. | I be -u/prtM awards to the oulstariM I tttui. tile Wad nwmmuntM I bun todntomMe If UM ctty ..1 comptetkKi ofVoM

started a tiiitmnsry wit I could be convened lido a eyaUo0Vt TIle deism of the counrfl lor per week was Wider way today 1 1 ( MM and worna as I>% of Onv Mo UM dMrtMUN hang iarg amMala of MMCtfflaitBwM ..ocfs fM beep around the

ic sM> to thetas the taaIfkaJton I; ) area. the tall.M ....$ale of OMsckool wIh emphasis on. "..... the'1' I well as UM eua cideg dare ,I system after t s r. water." TamMdfieaM .arta. Tow said tIIIt crew radio

for foar-toris* bridge The Bayview aodMortara, wed BM toa gtnea wIde apprsvaJ acwaBaper Hury "i efai of MM North ,,",lid area. | This to a standard porn eden I .. If .he does fled brfiastsc. l oad to UM south FeeUaji. floe
a 1QItI May n* betweeB camel I I for ge neralioM tat plays t. a- IronIIROIIt enraen of UMctty The .....tace wtl na T.keto may ba purchased te.I['I Md .la IMs newer knight will e other ckmka will have MM asstpiin| .. will be carried

ad Obcoa tv-acn ,, ecru aad other CMC eataruia- with residents ae4a( the l ....., with daily ad i CiteThamMo. *.*" IfJT I B I b. shim to tadge KM amount ofmtotmam to be made" ,
Reouest fnr Federal approval :: meat woaU pearly become UM fanlgMedMM IB UM porckase = s sear tkfouflMMl Ourahrr ofCommerce flow dewing tile miss Tatoudge aald ZIt came to ettTegorew gave UM cosmonauts

lid fiwMctal asetotaaee. kr tile city erne aw*.Hag room with The fiilMg to \ thM theeatb* srjjed to Jnfci to e* I I from UM rksmher ofI mom wag periods (4 early MM city ....My. recommended I a mifrii medical exarrunatloa

at has beet made !by Cover ptoaty of room for covBdl pec- city bag would' be ad4eiate stir I eating the pttbteto/ tbehtotorii t!Srt or fen, say chamber dttecusi I Dr...... from other CUM snd .to efcualft4 anti UM nw fed lunch, Till

oc farm Bryant fLsea. auay years. I.and ottocttvet A IM pries ti 1 TItle win i"ak R aarMS.et as *vwcapablsT.. I wide





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i.. Editorials A Salute To "The Boss"

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"New Era" In Our Life Gel The Facls


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Ir A "new era" in the life of your Titu ville Star. r' The Star-Advocate approves wholeheartedlythe rJ

Advocate begins today. action of the Board of County Commissioners

From the new name line atop page 1, to the bottom Thursday in making the decision to employ a firmto .'

,I line en page 16, it is a different product.It determine the "actual contemplated coat. of removal -

is the first issue for the Star-Advocate printed of the county seat from Titusville. r (OU

on a 24-page rotary press. The type is a new
No, the Star-Advocate does not feel a county
face larger readible it is it i- '
a more type, felt. seat move Is wise and certainly this newspaper is
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The vast majority of the news type is being set
J solidly against such a proposal.But .
automatically, starting with a new "tape perfor-
ator" and an AP wire tape perforator, and continu- we feel that there should be some concrete VuIer- :g .

uing through two new type casting machines. evidence on which the people, who will pay for sucha f '

Yes, it has become the age of tape and automation move-the taxpayers of Brevard Countycanbase t 11 t A ,
SsrsTAe'r /I. PgetCo
their feelings.

It is hoped you will enjoy the "new" product.We This cannot stop the Jaycees nor the Junior Wo- _

feel it is a step in the right direction and hope men's Clubs of other areas of Brevard from obtain- ;

that you agree with us. ing signatures on a petition to call an election on

Daily publication will begin in the near future the question. But we think these organizationsshould .
and other improvements, features, expanded news
"take a breather" on petition circulation until -
coverage, color, etc., are all contemplated or about such time as the facts are known.
ready for addition to our growing facilities. It
The Star-Advocate appreciates the interest and The Cocoa Jaycees started out by saying it

faith North Brevard residents have had in the would take $1% million, but that much of this could i i'L

newspaper over the 84-year period of its history. be recouped by sale of present facilities. But they've
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And it is hoped that the newspaper can continueto revised their figures upward, another million or ..

merit such interest and faith in the future. more. ; I Iggy

Opponents of the move claim costs would skyrocket -

The 88th CongressThe as high as $8.5 million.

There is a vast difference between $1.5 and $6.5

88th Congress heard the gavel fall for the million-enough to build school rooms for a few [ n 1 _

last time Oct. 2. at least until after the Nov 3 thousand children or pave a number of miles of __ ,.... '"
election. roads. ..
Th. Publisher/ H. H. Hudson, Look Over the First Paper A "
Probably the most notable work of the Congress The Star-Advocate admires the Jaycee organizations -

was the passage of the tax: cut and passage of the who have been willing to listen to both (This Is a personal surprise Ing with the Cleveland (Ohio I ) print into the press. The press' linotype machine; a model 32
Civil Rights Act. History alone will tell the full implication sides of the question-those in Eau Gallie and Mer- tribute to a fine man and a wonderful Press and he worked there two also folded and cut the paper! which gave the paper more .
of the latter .the most fundamental ritt Island, They still may work earnestly in the boss, who has made Itpossible' years before hearing of a small Into the desired number of pag variety of type faces and an r'
change in the constitutional rights of the states since circulation of the petition, but they have given for me to Join the weekly newspaper in a tiny es, up to eight. easier method of setting ads. ,
ranks of a select group of pea Florida East Coast town of Tltusville. (We remember when we first This brought his l linotype battery
the republic was founded. This could possibly mean North Brevard interests the opportunity to presentthe ple and be included, along with came to work for Mr. Hudson, number to two.

the attrition of state and local governments and other aide. hint, ss a newspaperman) Adhering to the dream of every about 12 years ago, the press, In 1948, son Bob returned
the substitution of a mammoth police system to be But what about the other organizations, who This article Is being published newsman, that of owninghis affectionately called "old Bet from the Navy and college witha J
operated by the federal government to enforce "petition clrculators"uch today unbeknowns to PublisherII. own newspaper, Mr. and sy", was a mechanical wonder degree in Journalism under his
are the
as Junior Women's H. Hudson who in his modesty and took his
Mrs. Hudson and two children, and a modern "dream". We had arm, dutifully place
"public accomodatlons" laws. Only history can tell. Clubs of Cocoa and Melbourne? What have and as an adherent to strict Mary and Bob, set out for Tltusville come from weekly newspapersIn beside his father on the force of

Operating under the accepted doctrine that billions they done to be Informed about the question Have Journalistic policy, we know and arrived here In 1925. Georgia and Florida and the Star-Advocate, and became
of dollars of borrowed money must be spent they listened to the appeal of speakers from one would never have consented to lie purchased from T.M. Sew. were accustomed to sitting on editor.
its use. we feel the occasion of ell, the publisher, his interestIn top of an old antiquated press, In 1954 "the boss" purchased
for continued'prosperity no matter whether a budget club pushing the petition so hard, without listening our move to our new, spacious the newspaper and assumedthe up into the wee hours of morning another linotype, increasing the
Is balanced or our record $300 billion debt is to speakers on the other side? quarters with modern equipmentthe title of publisher in a corporation feeding the flat sheets of total to three and in 1954,
ever reduced, they voted funds for a "War on Pov The Star-Advocate has always felt that Junior realization of a long, oft- that was owned by newsprint into the press, printIng business really began picking up
erty" and a "Domestic Peace Corps" which will Women's Club members were very similar to Jaycee expressed dream of Mr. H. II.'. many Titusville residents of only four pages at a time.) as the Cape boom began to descend
-warrants its use. whom the late Sen. J. J. Par- Through the dark days of the upon Titusvllle. In 1958: ,
cost the taxpayers billions of dollars In the next organizations. They were formed as groups Interested The Star-Advocate has completed rish was the most prominent. I depression, when times were the decision was made to go

few years. in community welfare and designed to aid the move into its spacious Mr. Hudson, as agreed by the I extremely hard, especially to into tri-weekly operation to give
The Congress showed little or no concern for their fellow men or women.It and what we proudly acclaim -.. stockholders began to purchasethe newspapers which lived from advertising the advertisers and customers
would be interesting to find if these as' our beautiful new stock little by little, until I (and who could affordto better service.
business out '
private or initiative which carries the tax: "home", and today publish for I today the corporation is owned advertise?) Mr. Hudson kept The circulation the advertisers
grew
t burden and which must expand if tax receipts are groups, so avidly behind this move, have..approached the first time in our new facil entirely by the Hudson family. I his newspaper grew in number and

to increase enough to carry the added burden. Even this the same way they have approached other sues I amount of space. In 1955 we

though past history teaches us different, let's hope que tlonj. If they have a politician speak toj them),In For H. H. Hudson{ publisherand were running six and eight page
this necessary ingredient manages somehow to the mldat of a campaign, do they have his opponent president of the Star-Advo- Jbfevafd papers and by 1960 we were
also and cate corporation, it's a proud running 12 and 14 page papers
appear offer him a chance to speak? If
keep .
pace. day and another giant step in ex4M1 with an occasional 16.
President Johnson was successful ',in getting they hear of an unfortunate individual, who needs the progress he has made in the For the past year or two the
about 80 percent of his measures through the Con- help, do they decide to aid that individual on the past 39 years during which he Star-Advocate has been publish.
basis of sketchy and incomplete Information, or do has published the StarAdvocate.But ing an average of It pages per
gress an almost phenomenal record with moving into a new Star. Issue. Now keep in mind this is
only Medicare and his Appalachian program shelv they appoint a person or committee to investigateand Advocate home is nothing new printed on an eight page press.

ed. This is a good record in any year, but especial report back? for the "Old Man" as he Is very Sixteen pages necessitates two
ly good in light of his for election They are careful in the majority of their decisions affectionately and respectfully press runs, and an insertion of
month. candidacy next and should be in this one. It is amazing that ''called by the personnel who When Mr, Hudson and family ,tremely hard work and careful the first section Into the second.
have worked with and for And anything over It necessitated
arrived here they found the business practices.He pages
have
they agreed to get into this thing without de-
We still do not know how him for an additional third
prosperity can be all of the facts. many years. Star-Advocate located on the has told us of his trips to
bought at the expense of the taxpayers. maybe the termining In 1928 one year after he purchased second floor of the Wager various towns along the East press run.
88th Congress and history will teach us a thing or It weakens any organization to follow this path. the Star-Advocate, Mr. building, more recently' knownas Coast, soliciting advertising, Last year the decision was
two. Their stature in the community certainly isn'traised. Hudson built the Star-Advocate the Western Auto Store on taking it where he could find it. made: the Star-Advocate must
__ building on Main Street that the corner of Washington Ave. Ills system was this: He would have new quarters. The old
housed the familiar local paper and Julia Street. The paper was motor to New Smyrna or Daytona building was too small and we
North Brevard interests are willing to put it up for 38 years and out of whichwe printed on an oldfashionedhand Beach and go to a store must have new printing equipment
Many Answer SOS to the county commission and its decision to deter- moved over the week-end. fed, flat bed cylinder a likely advertising prospect. He In June of last year a 24-
mine actual anticipated costs. But are those taking Then as now the public acclaimed press as were nearly all week. would stand in front of the show page Duplex tublur press was
the view also his move and he was lies in that day. There was one window and make note of the purchased and today it publish.
opposite willing to do this? Or do
The spirit of cooperation exhibited In Brevard they congratulated for his forward linotype machine and only four particular product and the prices. ed the first Star-Advocate. This
County on "Sabin Oral Sunday" is indicative of the feel that any delay will weaken their case? slghtedncss.! He moved out of an employees, besides "the boss", lie would return to his "new Betsy" will turn out a
growth and progress of the fastest growing county The Star-Advocate highly commends R. W. old building\ with old equipmentInto and they worked feverishly to car, find illustrations which maximum of about 30,000 newspapers .
In the United States.In Grady and other political figures for the stand they a modern building with up- publish a weekly newspaper most nearly matched that of the per hour as compared to
have taken in this matter and firmly believes that to date and modern equipment In '28, Mr. Hudson, his linotype prospective advertiser's productand "old Betsy's" laborious 2,800
the "mass feeding" his type cases and his 1 would "lay out" an ad and per hour. With our circulation
Sunday, sponsored by the there are many thirds: all residents of Brevard Mr. Hudson is a native Iowan four employees moved into the return to the store, walk in and standing at about 7,500, a press
Kiwanis Clubs of the county In cooperation with could do to bind this county more closely together, born in Algona where he graduated new quarters on "Mullet hand the manager or owner the run on "old Betsy" was almost
the Brevard Medical Society and the Pharmaceutical rather thun to incite proposals that will do nothingbut from Morningslde College.At Row" (East Main Street) and layout. The person would be three hours. Multiply that times
Association, over 55,000 Brevard countians received to further divide it. Morningslde College he met became a bl-weckly, publishingon flattered that this young advertising the number of sections and you
the 'cube' the future Mr Hudson and the Tuesdays and Fridays. It remained solicitor had so cleverly have as much as 12 hours to
containing the trivalent oral vac couple have shared a half print and publish the Star-Ad
century a twicea-week publication matched his product that he
cine, the first of two doses eight weeks apart. of life together, for they until 1958 when Tuesday's would authorize the placementof vocate on "Old Betsy". New

North Brevard had the best percentage of par Zone Board Gives quietly celebrated their Golden edition was moved up to Monday the ad and a few more Betsy will turn out a 24-page
ticipation population-wise of Wedding Anniversary In September and Wednesday was added, dollars for Mr. Hudson to keep paper in less than 30 minutes!
other of the
area
any becoming a trl-weekly. his head above water in those Also purchased were two teletype
county The concern for immunization from dred- After graduation the young Along with the new building crucial days. setting linotypes which
ed polio shown by adults as well as children Approval To Four! couple taught school for awhile Mr. Hudson purchased an innovation The advent of World War II I operate automatically using per-

'S'; speaks well for our citizenry and erase__ the__ dread__ ___ before Mr. Hudson accepted a to the weekly news field; saw business pick up some- :forated tape from the Associated -
of this crippling disease.To n I Job in advertising with the old an 8-page Model A Duplex press, what and the paper began to I Press wire service and the
The Planning and Zoning Commission idential restrictions also received Des Moines News. fed from rolls of paper Instead "pick up steam", At the close keypunch machine here in the
the above organizations, nurses and count recommended to C11 y I unanimous recommendation From the News he accepted a I of the old fashioned way of of the war, in 1948. Mr. Hudson office. The machines are fast,

I less others who helped in various ways, we Council approval of four rezon- for approval.The position----in- retail advertls-l. I I hand feeding flat sheets of news purchased a new multi-use See Profiles On Page. 3

well knowing your thanks have come from an inner- Ing applications approval to! and two gave subdivision tentative Commission recommend. ..............-.-..-.-...-...-.-....-.-......... ............ ............ ...... ......... ......... ... ......;" ... ...... ... ...;."'; ..

feeling of joy say thanks for a job well done. plats and a parking plan in regular -I ed the annexation with zoning r
session Wednesday night. RIB of Harry Barr's proposed
subdivision in Section 29, No Year's Wait
The !
of
Commission by a vote I
Township 21, Range 35, Immediately
Titusville (Florida) Star-Advocate 5-2 recommended approval of north of Country Estates
Joseph B. Rogers' request for and approximately 1322 1 I
from BR classificationto
rezoning feet north of Singleton Avenue. FORj,1This
Established 1880PubUiUd BA to allow the extension of
Recommended for tentative
OR1D his boat business Garden O
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approval were Harry Barr's revised
Street, east and north of the
4 Mondays, plat of a subdivision to be
F.E.C. RR ) RateSavings
right-of-way This I Higher
A known Garden locatedon
l acnw Wednesday, a ad Fridays was a reconsideration, tie vote as Park
uwa the north side of Garden
10 By TitusvUl Star-Advocate, lae. having resulted on two other ovcasions. Street east of White Acres and
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nue 0 At The Stir.Advocate Building the layout of his proposed plat left by the 10th of any month earn from the t
qrloin The request of Joe Matheny of Laurell Park Estates in the for husband
1100 S. Hopklu Avt. 1st. Savings Insured up to $10,000 ($30.000 a
above annexation
representing the Credit Bureau approval.Also ot and wife) by FSUC, a permanent agency of the U. S. \
of Titusvllle, Inc., for rezoning \ /\ .
MEMBER: Florida Press Aiaoclttal Aii'n: Frefi.National Editorial Asia and at the northwest corner of Garden the given Commission tentative approvalby was the ,1 '-'t to Government.

I Henry H. Hudson. Prcs. Mrs. Hazel S. Kudwa, Vlw.-Pfii. from Street R-1B to and BP Morgan to allow Drive prop. parking plan submitted by N.J.
Robert H. Hudson' Stcj.-Trttt. er toning and expansion of their nuke for the new building on :First :Fe enl S'auings
2 Henry H. Hudson Publlih.r Robert H. Hudton. Editor business was unanimously recommended the northeast corner of Hopkins
Current Dividend
| Sbavld Dunn. Advertising Mgr. 8. 1. Fiord. Circulation Mgr for Avenue and Navares Street
approval.Gem Rate
,... Second-Clara PoiUu Paid at Tltuivlll, Florida Builders' request for re- Items under the classification CompoundedSmlAnnuaily pfid Loa Jlftoclatloa of TllutvlIU
"' sting of property located west of new business were read by
Subscription alte.: Branch Office
'Carrier, Horn Delivery l Yr. $7 to a Mo. 14.00 S Mo. $}.zs of Carpenter Road (Lake View city Clerk Margaret Cooper to t Downtown Office
By Mill in Florida 1 Yr. $650 I Mo. $3,30.2 Mo. $100 Hills Unit 1), from R-1A to R- be acted upon at the next regular Open 9 to 3 Dally AUo 4 to 7 Friday Wuhlagton at Main Ii5 N. Coquina !
OuUid Florida 1 Yr $1.30.6 If'* $4 1>> .1 Mo. $I.M IB to conform with present res meeting.





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Hudson Speaks On I Ma Free Association. He WMpftfaUent lag against outstanding alhet son build hti newspaper: I own r of Bully B PrMars here //11. 12 yean ago we were born
608 **. HUDSON'S I of the former Oowwi I II in the nation. In past The late Lee Howell, who and a fireman at CIIIe tumefy.! I ui'V, a ,im'l' 8 l linotype mac .
$L Press Responsibility I I Florida Press AsaoclaUon when years, before Titiwyllte High I served an shop foreman for I ran the commercial plant for : 'n" md \\ :'.'e nourished and
Robert Hud on. Star Advocate It conwilidutcd. with the FVckte actually instituted track as part "The BOM" from 125 until his 17 years before going into business grew up in the StarAdvocate.He .
MULLET editor, told members of the Indian I Pleas .ASS-K-UII fn 19S4 and he of iu regular athletic program I death In Ittt. His widow, Mrs for himself lilt year. I has Instilled In us the
oR River City Civic Association !became i i"u-.r'rt Pi t ot the FPA. Mr llwNon would go to the Alverda Howell still make herhnne Paul Conrath still with the Idealism of Journalism and although
that the responsibiliUea of Thee he \ ,- -.ed in 1H3 anpredden school auI I help coach intercut- I here and Is a second' company has seen 1 18 years with he could not Impart to
WRAPPER UK press are just as great and : s served as dirertw ed boss n track, which speaks Fade teacher at Whispering the company as compositor and ui the talent, he gave us the
important each day of the year f I :'1'. tor his .; :\;1 love for the apnrt RIlls Elementary School! linotype operator luptratl.

as they are in an election year. Heist"" > ,'as pru ii>ont !fur ;" > played baritone for Miss Adeline Schneider who Mrs. Hudson. \\no nH.s shared Mr. Hudson has put a lifetime
He was speaking at a meetingof and dt o the TUwtviHeClwmbf II" .nd Town Band of ywrter51. I kept the company's books for :25! this proud day with her husband Into the Star-Advocate and
the .Association Thursday mime. pastprMdden which used to entertain years and who retired about haw aim hewn In civic acUvltiw Titiuivtlle and North Brevardare
Thoughts about into the
Salurdar'sfootball equipment new building night d l rector of( the Titiutvilte rts' "nts at regular concerts at 1WO, was a valuable employee.Carl In past years She Is a I a hit wealthier for his efforts
the In verStty some U weeks And now
games I ago. of the the old the of the
Discussing some things Rc "ry Club, an eWw of park site Threlkekl. now owner of pant provident of I the Tltuavllle
the of F.onda Gators now have this is erected. that go into the make up of a the Pint Presbyterian! Church present Woman's Club Building O'Flanagan Furniture and a citrus Woman's Club the Titusville -- --
opportunity of being champ Starting at 4 p.m Friday, his I newspaper. Hudson pointed out on Hopkins Avenue The ban d Ni lV BI *"MM HmHMH i
Mason. Garden Club the PEG
ions and is a grower wan a linotype operator Chapter
of two states. They'vewhipped men began to load the other
/ I the duty of the press is to hon. A little known fact about "Thefkllili" akin would parade and play on for about 12: years He began a past worthy matron of the EAEWA
M ss :ss ppl and Misstauppi equipment. : wetly inform the public and re At MorningMtde Collegehe special (occasions\ especially| the part time during high school Eastern Star and for many
The
State this season and entire thing came off
very serve the opinion of the newspaper was a miter on the track Fourth of JulyA I. and worked regularly after years sang In the choir at First 1
own the title In that state. smoothly and we appreciate not
for its editonal page. team and once competed In the lot of faithful kmg lime I graduation up until about 1941 lYwbytertan Church. G04AS
Now Miami the
they'll have to defeat only fine job of moving, but
of Track" the employees have their I when he entered the We share thin
"World Series service.Howard also with
: played day
and Florida State for t h e the fact that the men who made OMt.v 2 MORE DAYS
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Florida championship. up Lloyd's crews stayed doggedly i ProJaJosContinued Drake ((10\\8) Relays compet-part In helping Mr. Hod- ItetUMMihafer. _now._ "The Old MM", for as we toll
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The latter shuuid be a big oo the job until it was com- From Page 2
Job since the Seminoles I pl oed about 2 a.m. Saturday. I I
projected themselves right into Also a word of commendationto much faster than can lie operated
the national football picture the electrician of Whitaker I manually and speeds up pro.
with that sensational victory I Electric who have alto diligent I duction. Many other new typesof

over Kentucky. ly stayed right; with us cutting i: equipment have been purchas. J e i liljant';
I off machines when we were ed to better serve the residents
Thoughts about things when ready and hooking them back I of North Brevard. ? tlllf i111

you're moving I up. They were with us until late I Mr. Hudson and Bob have invented .
A return to the old Star-Ad I Friday all day Saturday and in many thousands of dollars .
to the n gin; md then most | in the new Star \dvucatei
vocate office Saturday: brought again
, back many memories and {lof Sunday It enabled us all to ;i plant and in doing so JF ,,, EVERY GIFT YOU GET WITH TOP VALUE STAMPS IS ;;
a few sad thoughts. It is the get our newspaper out today have further emphas zed their I >
only newspaper office we've And I could not forget the faith in the future of North I I lll Z Guaranteed
really known, except tor a year faithful employees of the Star. Brevard and their willingness toI taxntN 2-Ways
and a half at the Dallas lIOI'D'Ing Advocate. They have not only I better serve Its residents. I III \ usaAlrtaa
News. been faithful but inventive diligent Although "The Old Man" celebrated / -,' youeen'lpotbetter5lftrfarfewertsmpanywhon ,'! ,I,;; d .H1 I ?

Oh, how sad it looks now I, careful and loyal. They his 75th birthday In II 2-youmui loo iotlified..100 ,a !'" ii ii!;, A000 STOatS ''
with only "old Betsy", the faithful have spent many extra hours in March of this year It Is hard I ,
press, standing by itself.V making this move w hich is for those of us who have known i III11dIILiIi! "
hen you're mow ing in, you a big one when it is the first in I him for years to realise this. lie QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD THRU OCTOBER I4TH
wonder if you planned properlyand 38 years. Is as straight as a board! ThereIs
will everything fit as you i They have called, hauled, lifted nothing, and the word "noth REG. 98< SHENANDOAH BONELESS TURKEY

have hoped and measured care moved, cleaned, painted and ing" Is emphasized, about "The
fully. !I prepared much equipmentand I Boss" that would indicate that

And then you go off to cover supplies that we couldn't ''he Is 75 years of age! He walks Roast L9. 791.
a football game on that night of I count It. I with the vigor of a man of 40
the final move you see one I And they are just as anxiously and his wit and sense of humor, a
load ready and you won looking forward to today's II although somewhat subtle, is GRADE W QUICK: FROZEN 'HI K NBacks
der about the others to follow paper (this is written Saturday just as keen

then you drive back into night) as we are I By his mannerisms, Mr. Hudson ,
I town about 11'15 p.m. and see There are others who have demands respect and is 51.
two huge loads just ahead been cooperative and helpful treated with respect( and extremely LB.
and pass them arriving at builder Jess Childre. architect high regard by his employees II C 0
the new office In time to get Bill Faust flooi cover John Although one may feel ;
out, and watch them unloadedIt I Gaudy. Atlantic P'umbing Co., he Is right In a discussion with
Is something to see it all I Suburban Propane Gas (who "The Boss", no one! argues with
done the big typesetting hooked us up Saturday on extra him. There Is just too much respect
machines lifted so carefully off I time) and the carpenters paint. for argument. TARNOW
the truck by fork-lifts and then ers pavers cleaners, etc. I Mr. Hudson's civic life
placed on an exact spot selected We look forward excitedly to In North Brevard and through.
more than a year ago. our new desk our new office out the state has been long and FRANKS
We do wish to pause here and our new bUIlding and they I varied. lie Is one of the very
and offer a word of commenda have all helped make it possible few who have served two
tion or two. terms as President of the Flor- "_' _I REG.
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Our equipment was moved
by Art Lloyd of Cocoa. !His men LARGE FRESH STALKS Fresh Golden Ripe 59e
and equipment were called on r COCOA RECTORY I 3 9MiX'

to move our press and allied Celery 2 FM 391 BANANAS LB


Gibson Comoletes Piano Orgtnt Guitar AccoitorleiHIFI

MerCruiser CourseLeo e ( _t --vH t e Gibson I frj r.M fch'em
e sloe.. tli Gult.riBilwi

Gibson of Titusville Pier e R.cord, st HO a JpaJlt p
Mercury Marine, local marine I.e lJey,,, .... '' Inttrumonti' MORTON, FROZEN ) La 1 0 F 0 e a fy' JQ S,. .
dealer, has been qualified as a xpert Repelrt on All Band Initrumenf*

drive factory-trained mechanic MerCruiser, following stern com 58 S. AlUntle Phone SU 37711 Coco. Botch -- Spaghetti 5 :k':;. SI
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pletion of a training course at AUTO SALES MOBILE HOMES
the Sarasota Service School of I MORTON FROZEN (WITH CHEESEIMacaroni i
of the Kiekhaefer Corpora. TEST DRIVE THE NEW"aria't "NOVA TR"AILER SALES"

tion, manufacturer of Her- 21 Different Floor Plan 51OOWNTFLAXI:k Y
Cruisers and Mercury outboard ''rAAB To Choose From

motors. .&!,a*...,1_'" II.,..."........ KLCONA-NOMKTTS rnoHwLANn HACK- WOOD TITAN -
The course Included daily instruction PIEDMONT.
periods, supplementedby SPACELAND SAAB t..., 1.,...., I',.. Delll.r,
actual bench practice, black. (20 Florida Avo., Coeoe, o3o-tM3 a s.. 'I' "
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McrCruiser units combine I I
TOP VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS.
four-cycle marine engines with
stern drives as Integrated po''''- LINCOLN, MERCURY, INC. Guitars. Drums, Banjos Etc e 111N. Ia..[ W/W. """ .. eaase
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erplants to give larger boats the Lincoln Continental. Llncolr, Gibson, Fondori, Crotich.Martln ;/ Waffle .6/99 Ground as.000 Beef N
advantages or outboard drive Sllngerland, Rooori, Kay. ? a
Selot Puts ServiceGood I ..
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Mammoth Stock of Sheet Mutle 0001 TB g Ocroai hiss 10n5 Ocron. 07,0 -
The power packages range from '
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141
110 to 310 horsepower. Uitd Cert. GOULD MUSIC CO. ".vww.au. 1 .r..wl'w.t TOWN HOUSETOP
1445 W. King Cocoa iU2381I
tot King St., Cocoa, 53!-12$3
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-_. -- OFFICE SUPPLIESKm.lr.MENT_ VALUE. : STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS P PIE I
LEARN HAIRSTYLING I ,
VOLKSWAGENREPAIRS I .. .., .. eC D n
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Titusville Area Small Monthly Tuition lll. M7-4U Go Too" oc..... 0ts. T0.5 OC'".." Slew

DAWSON COCOA w. ha.. a .Inm.n In TIIn.,01' tazFt i .. .... t1rN'P 0N004r43
slant M.11 a/.1
---- BEAUTY ACADEMY I telnr' II.y. each wr.lt 1" h.I I ,nil'
with. Dmk.. Cb.lr., rillu s' i Full
MECHANIC ON DUTY 200 Willard, Cocoa iU-3270 Mh... Mlm."......... m.i.linn" M. h
( In... Stool! .Cabinet, TvurwrAddlat _. EXTRA r EXTR4
CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT 111.'....... I
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SERVICE Canaveral Equipment Tnr> PMC* Fa Ofl.*.
Termite and Pail Control' NO M"O.. PaL ttTOf .Me Pie I
Brood Washington St. : & Supply. Inc. PuFpie1I 2/58 Prepared Salads
Walker Chemlctl tcExterminating Y e000 10.5 oc,..." "," 0.0. ?..u Ov'OM" IT'M
/INDALE, KNOX VAN DYKlRtntali
Saloi Strvlco Co.. Inc. j' ... .l..N1.. r41 t .v law wla..S,0 44BPUWN
ScaHoldlnglMtrrltt 1014 So. Dixie Hwy, Cocoa

Island 43-JO Call Collect 434-1IJO
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COCOA MFG. JEWELERS Joe E. Moore, Inc. i 0 0
& DIAMOND SETTERS I i -

"Brovard't Only Mfg. Jeweler"I REAL ESTATE '
tL ABOUTWELCOME and Diamond Softer I Complete f'' I

Now Mauntlngi-Jowolry Rtpalrl Reel Ettate Service
All Work on Premito i
I 101 Harriton-Coca-o320 114 Harrison Cocoa, e3e-ettJ i fi' -' 73 CMDOTH I

I ,l WAGON MOBILE HOMES SEWING MACHINES w Twin Rolls ictanut bulffi'I

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District Nurses

''I' Elizabeth McCuskey Plans Hear Mrs. Wherry


I Mrs Curtis Wherry was guest
i Nov. Wedding In Houston speaker for a joint program of
I H' N A.. District 39 and the North
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Mrs. Hope A ii.revard' Registered Mums Organization
McCwkqr
of 11isville
ately entered the service for six I
. and Dr I on Tuesday evening
Merrttt C Me- months of active duty lie (then I
uskey of Cambridge, Ohio I entered Texas Agricultural & Mrs Wherry was introducedby
announce the engagement and Mechanical College located at I'| Mrs Henry Merkel, program
7. 'T' NTr.M"-e. vee aYry Ha approaching marriage of their College Station Texas where he I chaIrman. She gave an intersi .
Engagement daughter, Elizabeth Louise, ;o> was a member of Iota amtia :I ," 1 ng' talk on Paramedics and

Clifford Andrew Jackson, son of Sigma fraternity and 'in his senior scholarship Awards
Mr. and Mrs. Homer H. Jack. year wu selected for tthu I
Announced s I !
son of Houston, Tex. Paramedics is a national or.
Who
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American Collins end which is be-
?fY The bride-elect WM graduated Universities. I "animation presently I
Mr and Mrs A. T. Hicks, of from Titusville 111gb School in He was I I ing organized in the local high
graduated from Texas
South Third Street, Mayfield, .L t ,,, the class of 1996. She attended A & M in 1981 receiving al I; i school composed of students interested
Florida State w In some phase of medl1 !-
Kentucky, announce the
engagement University and re Bachelor of Science: degree in I 1
and approaching marriage celved a Bachelor Science degree Industrial Education. r Une A high school teacher is
of their only daughter, in Nursing in I960 She Is graduation he went in apartment pon, serving as sponsor with a medial
Janice Eleene, to Richard Van newly employed at the Houston construction and later auxiliary member as cosponsor -
Sweatt son of Mr. and Mrs. C State Psychiatric Institute, I the partnership of Hunnlcutt formed : Mrs. Wherry, the wife
V. Sweatt of Artesla, New Mex Houston Tex, as Assistant Director Jackson & Associates i of a local physician and surg-
which
ico. of Nursing. presently builds, owns and I i eon, Dr C. G Wherry, agraduate .
Miss op. nurse. is the medical auxiliary
McCuskey is the
of the bride- grand. erates apartments in the Hous I
Grandparents for
daughter of Mrs sponsor the local
# Edna V Atkinson
elect are Mrs. Charles K. Tolar ton area He is also a directorof 4
180 Jackson St. Tltl8ovllie. group
and the late Mr Tolar, and the Houston Junior Cham v v, f
Mrs. A. T. Hicks Sr, and the Her fiance ber of Commerce. The North Brevard Registered
late Mr. Hicks of Mayfield. from was graduated The wedding will be an eventof Nurses Organization voted to
Mr, Sweatt's grandparents are r Houston Lamar in 1957 High School In Nov. 28, in the First Pre, change its meeting date to the

Mrs. W, M Hedges of Phoenix, and immedi byterian Church, Houston, Tex. third Tuesday of each month at

Arizona, and the late Mr. W.P. t I 8 p.m
Woodmas and the late Mr. and
:Mrs. Jack Sweatt of Hagerman, t Titusville Hostesses for the evening were
Woman's Club
Mrs A. L Oliver and Mrs. J.
New Mexico.
..: W. Withlngton.
The bride-elect is a graduateof f:/- Holds
First Fall
\ .4IP Meetinq
Mayfield High School, May : Six Girls
field, Kentucky. She attendedthe ? I Parkway
University of Tennessee ( 'T Mrs. Roy C Ramsey, Presi and Mrs. Roy C. Ramsey, finance Attend "Seventeen
Martin Branch dent of Titusville Woman's Club Mrs '
Martin ; W W. Jamc:. Sr
Tennessee and was graduated i. Inc, presided at the first fall sunshine;; Mrs W. D Burner: Beauty Workshop"Six
from Memphis State University, meeting last Monday. Mrs Bert rentals and activities; Mrs W
Memphis, Tennessee in 19G1) Gass, 2nd Vice President, lead J. Moore Mrs. A. F. Prlchard, ninth grade girls from
where she received the Bachelor I! the members in pledge of al building and grounds improve as Parkway Junior High Schoolare
of Science In leglance to the flag. ment Mrs attending the "Seventeen
Education ;
Degree ,' "), Henry Goethe, par.
At Memphis State she wasa J '.4>' \.<,, i:1,:," i/ Mrs. Ramsey told the mem l1unentarlan. Beauty Workshop" held each
member of Wesley Foundation ,;, f '" .. .Ji bers of her plans for the en Mrs. H T. Tuesday from 4 to 5:30: p.m. at
; Williams In.
.4 ""PMa7 ." n
p5
Sock and Buskin, and wan suing year, using as her Theme troduced the following Iveys in Winter Park.
!Ii : guests:
.
active in the University choir .; '" "''Mt.1.1. .. 't' : :t,' for Titusville Woman's Club Mrs. Kenneth --- -
') }, ," Maclean and The course will last for seven
>
Her social sorority is AlphaXI t ,.;; ',4, j'fr!;(f< t"'.JIto1o T Delta and she Is a memberof ,.. ,. :n> ,t .v Our Community" and the club'smotto The members voted to help designed help
the American Association of ;r' 1 "Eternal Progress". The keep the prayers in the public the girls learn proper hair
University Women. c '.' /"" ','.B1 following elected officers and schools; also voted to continue Councils Of United Wesleyan Service styles, poise charm, fashions '
._ 1i' J.....' "" executive board, presided in cooperation with the Church Women To and make-up technique. Already
KIwanis
A
Miss Hicks has taught In Ar : ,;J 4" < their respective offices: M r s.IVilliam Club in working on their SOS Guild Holds MeetingThe the girls feel they have
tesla, New Mexico Perryville < < :\: Moore, 1st vice pres. program on the second unit of Meet Wed., Oct. 14 .gained much valuable information
Missouri, and is serving on the !ident; Mrs Bert Gass, 2nd vice polio vaccine. Titusville Wesleyan Serv .
faculty at Riverview Elemen president: Mrs. A.. F. Prichard. I Protects for the tnmlna The Councils of United Church ice Guild met at the home of Those attending are: Debbie

also tary School. Presently. she is. ..".,*.. ... -.\ ... ..............---.. recording secretary;; -Mrs: Harold be: Pride, Incorporated vparwill their Women Annual of Area Meeting III will on October hold dian Mrs Grace Wattwood, 1341 In I Gallion, Terrie Shafer, Linda
I River
employed by Field Enterprises Wier, corresponding secre striving through this Ave., on Thursday ,Anderson Joanne Ramage Donna .
organization 14th
at the
Educational Corporation tary; Mrs, Paul Bamforth to build Community night Oct 8, at 8 pm Comparato and Terri Glllen.
I greater Methodist
coopera Church in
Mr. Sweatt was graduated Jinlc Eton Hlckt treasurer; Mrs W. W. James, tion between all clubs and Daytona The program was presented
from Ignaclo High School, Sr. or. Beach with registration at 9:45: by Mrs Lucy Dossett
Ig. chaplain; Mrs. J. J. Condos, ganlzatlons for the beautification on the
nacio, Colorado. He attendedFt. ex-offlelo! Mrs. a m. and adjourning at 11: United Nations A
; W D. Bruner cultural, worship cen
growth and betterment
Lewis A & M at Smathers To and Mrs. pm. with luncheon served at ter made Mrs.
College SpeakAt E. A Smith, elected of Titusville, to contin 12:30 by Odetta Jacobs
: mAn
Hesperus, Colorado, where his board members; Mrs. Henry ue to function the Golden Years p was displayed.
major was forestry and Agricul Goethe, parliamentarian Mrs. Interesting meeting is ..
; Club to
; sponsor a Humane Society planned and all churchwomen I Following adjournment
ture. ,Carl Jackson, historian; Mrs to refreshments I :
; sponsor Senior Girl who
can attend from
Kenney DinnerSenator this
Bernice area were served by the
Oaks
auditor; Mrs\ C. Scouts ,
lie served failf \purl In the program and club house are asked to contact Mrs. Beth hostess.
U.-S. Air Force,-two- of which ,W:...Klmcs,.pianist; and grounds imorovement and Scobie at AM 7-3228 or 2511. I
George A. Smatherswill I Furthermore, said Kenney I The following
were spent in Japan. In 1960 he committees to help the detention home with
received his Bachelor of Science be the featured speaker at Senator Smathers feels that it were appointed for the ensuing clothing.Mrs. A La Marick Salon is always near you!
Degree in Electrical Engineering a dinner for the supporters of I Is Important that the 11th District I year: Mrs. C J. Morley, community I Ramsey gave a report on Mrs. Hilda Cowart I Melbourne Cocoa Orlando Daytona Beach
from New Mexico State Tom Kenney, the Democratic send a Democratic Congressman and public affairs; Mrs I the State Fall Meeting, which To Address JC Wives
Las nominee from the 11th Congress. I to Washington who Harold WIcr, Mrs E. A. Smith I she attended in Cocoa Beach I
at Cruces.
University tonal District. can work more effectively with' and Mrs C, J. Morley, Golden' The following members\ from Titusville Jaycee Wives will TITUSVILLE Open 9 am. to 9 p.m. Monday
At Klanuth Falls Oregon The dinner meeting will be the Florida delegation In con- Years; Mrs. J. J, Condes and Titusville Woman's Club attend. hear Mrs Hilda Cowart, the Wednesday Friday Tu .. and Sat. 'Til 5 p.m. I

and Philadelphia, Pa., Mr, held at the Robert Meyer on trlbutlng to the growth and Mrs Paul Bamforth humane ed: Mrs. Paul Bamforth, Mrs. I guiding spirit of Greater Pride
Sweatt was a field engineer for Wednesday Oct 14, at 8:30: p.m. welfare of central Florida and society; Mrs. J. J. Condos, edu W. J Moore, Mrs W. D. Brun. I Inc at the Wives' regular meeting rPM
rhilco Corporation He workedat Richard Keating, State Beverage the entire state. cation; Mrs. E. A Smith, youth er, Mrs E A. Smith, Mrs C tomorrow at First Federal | g3 BEAUTY GIFTS
Walker Air Force Base, Director will be master of cere Tickets for the affair may be conservation; Mrs Robert Cutter J. Morley, Mrs J J. Condes I Friendship Room The meeting If SB AND SERVICES
Roswell, New Mexico, as a Design monies.In obtained at Kenney Campaign fine arts; Mrs. Doris Boynton and Mrs. Fred S. Salter; will\ begin at 8 pm il L E; !
Engineer. Presently, he Is making the announcement Headquarters in Orlando at 1711 home life; Mrs A K Mrs E A Smith Introduced
employed by General Dynam that Smathers would speak in North Mills Street, telephone Schenck, international affairs; Dr Brad Baker, Assistant Supt yellow mums and bronze candelabrum 3 WINNERS
ics Astronautics at the Cape. Orlando on behalf of his candidacy 423.2531, or in Cocoa Beach at Mrs. Bert Gass, membership; of Public Schools, who spokeon overlaid with a green EACH WEEK
North Orlando Avenue, tele Mrs Murdock Woods and Mrs 'School Dropouts"It cloth, by the hostesses Mrs H. ;r tr \
Kenney indicated Open 'TU
that
the
A December wedding will be phone 783.5R88.Diane .W. J. Moore, book T. Sept 20 Oct 26 ,, f
Senator feels that this District press : Mrs. was announced that the Williams Mrs. C. Glerum, ,, o 9 P.M
solemnized at First Methodist Is considered A. L Sanders, telephone; Mrs members and their husbands Mrs D W. Pittman, Mrs. Bernice t v Fri.
Church In Mayfield, Kentucky, the Democratic very administration Important by Willis Enters A F Pritchard, Mrs W W. would hold a covered dish dinner Oaks and Mrs. Fred S. Salter .
.on December 29th. All friends of James Sr, Mrs W J. Moore I ,
so Important in fact, that Senator Queens CollegeMiss at the Club House on Octo
the couple are cordially invit yearbook; Mrs llllam Barn. ber 24th
Smathers Is at 6 p.m. to become
taking time out
ed. from his Diane Willis of Titusville ard, publicity; Mrs. Fred S. better acquainted.
busy schedule of cam. is a member of the freshman
Salter
and
ways means Mrs
; Refreshments
Baptist Missionary tlonal palgnlng ticket on to behalf of the na. class at Queens College, Char. E. Enlgson, Mrs Bert Gass, punch and dainty of tea pineapple cook.
come to Orlando lotte N.C. The class I.
numbers Mrs R. E.
Henderson
Society InstallsThe i to help return this District to the 271 and is the in hospital. lea and nuts were served from
largest the history Mrs.
Democratic column. ity; Fred S. Salter, Mrs. a prettily appointed fall tea ta t\*
I
of the
Woman's Missionary Society I ------college.----- H-. Ford-, -Mrs--Paul--Bamforth- ,--ble centered. -- --with-bronze--- -and_
-
of the First Baptist Church --

will hold installation Tuesday, ------I
Oct. U, at 10 a.m. at the church
with Mrs. Howard J. Jones,
president of the Association! .
WMU serving as Installing officer fl1&Lef New beauty discovery

using the theme "Pass (
On the LI ht."

A musical program, under the
direction of Mrs. Don Melson, helps you fight wrinkles !

which Include solos by Rev.
Dean Torrence and Mrs Don f '

Washburn; a quartet composed
of Mrs Glynn Shepard, Mrs otVMfHORMONE
E. D. Wicks, Mrs Will Holla. New Skin Dew CreamFrom

day and Mrs. Rodger Schmidt,
with Mrs. J. C. Talley as accompanist .

111111111111(! Helena Rubinstein: the face cream with Collagen Protein JUST

a elected Mrs.brief W president business D. Sledel session will the preside following newly at. oar wywnux ; free when you buy Skin Dew-ths continuous all.day! moisturizer!, REGISTER drawing each. .Monday each visit-to no our need salon to

the installation be present to win! Hurry on in for

Luncheon will be served ceremony.in the ONLY HELENA RUBINSTEIN, world's First Lady of Beauty our. .

social hall at 1215.: Science, brings you this scientific beauty discovery) New

A Skin Dew Cream, a patented cosmetic preparation with W COLD L WAVE SPECIALS !
nursery will be provided for
the occasion. 91i1 Collagen Protein, works deep to stop dryness I...keeps your
skin soft and supple! To Introduce this important advanceIn ''q O

skin care, Helena Rubinstein will LA MARICK LA FAN COLD WAVE
give you first
Methodist Circle your jar llwv., Comparable value 695
of new Skin Dew 12 SO only
Cream
FREE when
Meets HAND CREAM Buy years supply of you buy Skin Dew Emul
.
ThursdayThe this velvety vanishing cream that soothes smooths, moil- lion Get 24 hour beauty care with rich, beauty'effective LA MARICK ASTRE LANOL WAVE

October meeting of the tunics your hands-keeps them holding lov 'ly-th! all the Skin Dew" Cream and famous dewy.light Skin Dew Emul- pM comparable value, 29 oo only 995
Violet Hughlett Circle, W.S.C.S. benefits of 10,000 natural estrogenic hormone units per lion. Don't miss this fabulous beauty value!

met Thursday evening at the ounce. And never gets sticky or greasy about Itl! 4 or. reg. Each Wave PrlNI Complete I
home of Mrs. Robert
67 Gardenia Circle. Carpenter 52.50-Now $'.15. INTRODUCTORY SALE! NIGHT OWL SPECIAL S to 1 P. M.
FREE with each wave e bottle If Le Mulch
Mrs Cary Leonard conducted DRY SKIN LOTION To keep all of you silken son- All Purpose Shampoo. I

the business meeting. The program even dry. rough elbows knees, heels. Helps protect your FREE! NEW SKIN DEW CREAM 375 Retail Value .. . .. .. .57c
was presented by Mrs. H. entire body against drying and chapping. Helps protect with famous SKIN DEW EMULSION ne 550 k 8W
1SVIL.r
G. Benzenhafer and the devotional your entire family, tool Dispenser top for easy application. the continuous all-day moisturizer value 9.25
by Mrs. 0. F.
Cannon.
12. 01. $2.00 value-Now $1.00.DOROTHY. St>hsts' Prices Slightly Higher
Refreshments were served to NOW 5.50

the Leonard following Mrs.members Benzenhafer: Mrs GRAY Alto...Introductory Set 5.29 value. NOW 3.28 k4n4

Mrs. Cannon. Mrs. Bill Williams .
Mrs. H. A. Sieman, Mrs ..-ac.e phil tu lumtwl Woe only I Charge Tit _
T
Joseph Courson and Mrs. J. D. .
Hamm.

The November meeting will UId n BEAUTY SALON

be at the home of Miss
Mamie ECKERD DRUG STORE Phone AM 7iMfTltutvllk
love, SOD Washington Ave on
Thursday Nov. 12, at 8 pro. Sho pinf Cente*

j Op.n Men.-W.d!:Frl. t p.m. Too A $... Tit S p.1Ito





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Monday, October 11. 1H4 T,....."'. .
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tir r ." .. .,, '!'" -1, 'Ui .r j .' Ati jhng Moved Up;

& r .. d.L r" I In '-, I i f i rsday, October 22

)...# I s :, n. ;, ,1: i
e, ,, '-" wing Hills School. A film to;
; I I
:" ixi showa will give basic inform-

I j' II I I ,, ton on me U.N, and to a tour'
Phone
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2S7.3C 'I fZf barn { (.(,!', Jon ,, I \,
1 I' the United
._ Nations
,
I "Deck: the halls ut I :KID;;vof lOn \'' 1 tht-j had accept-1|Iman KI'l\ lIa', --.1. 1'" ,I, ,, tI1. ;"j: 1 a"r'I",, "-. \' i 11 I Bill Clark will give the Introi

Brevard Librarians 1kIUy"a., Ju.tI .K Joy ',.1fIfo hid 1 1 ..is m'n i,.nr. \1.i ,n ", '" i ""I i t'u' ,i ictory, Ulk Mrs. Joe Matheny''
Will Convene In (Mrs Bsl : f.," ,
I ) V\m did 1 n' ? I -, I, '.' "l.rlty'>> ,,1'1 "111 ',mepii! I"Ihe| chairman
Club: Orlando To Hear Renowned Consultant main social event of 1 l' '' ;.a !;;t. lit u' t;irs 1\1"' dU ,""II I representing
Chapter. Beta Sigma Pt! vanity !'II"+ ,I tor the 1"1'1' r Nnl 1 it t S p.m, the League. Refreshments: will

Improving library resources Exumsioa of the Stale Library.Vndw s busy nis'' s? ,ti ail. ""iirut' fa. j| ,t'i'lea rd ?. 1.1 ,n ih*" whin;' I be MivedJit .
HeldThe I will be the subject of a daylong tills new law, Florida's i I"Christmas In October uty I IlIl' < ,t .. rg vher Mnu IbetllldM'atd fillvcubgtes > ," --
Meeting meeting to be held in Orlando libraries 1 In the Mjsjrrlioinoh* t '> d Ievening. ,vkoc'I
public may share to : u; ; i '( fwMi(\ a I I runs! tn vc' '
lit The San Juan Hotel on October grants amounting to .1,.,.... / t' 0\. I'lill' datable ee"-k aM ten in fl"1 :;;'
Trl-City Garden Club met I' 14th starting at 10 o'clock A "no program' luncheon will i I Guests were rUt in tl't'? Ml t tIIilf h. rNt'1 ;at I In :1olI'U I I It ,, \ (". d tl

last week at the home of Mrs. and ending at 3:00.: All Inttrest-I provide an opportunity for vie I, day mood when nay first ar I.. (t! 'I', I".,II ll ISio'd t< 'll:1r'k i : K'i' 'I < I. -. t\JcI '....lit..
ed ,
citizens ,
public: King with friends. Reservationsb at the Mjuo home" a'dfright i l'JIIfti I ;( flow br'flier' AII\111:: i i\
L. B. Newman with Mrs Ge0- I brary board and staff members shook be sent to of I .j '
sprigs aolat! : ttio door _.a 111'I > only to find thai h;, I I."' n, .
Unwin and Mrs Bertha are invited to attend this Public Library a cheerful ". '
rge ." ChruunMi.1 I rrv Hill to be trusted I :: llr lll
Stringer as co-bo teIses. meeting from the lovely hoes vtinthey vlc/l I :\lIven Ban Her adventur lead I i t" to .
Nationally renowned library Budgeting principles and procedures stepped in the dour It i must add ti'\ '" ,. Airs W MUte (8d( Aukdi). ni i < ,: S. W1HINOTON
According to custom the consultant Mrs Gretchen from the standpoint of have seemed like .- AIItou rl'S. AVE.
both stcpp!> into William I' help her prove that: i 1. ,u,
first meeting of each fiscal year Scheldt, will give the keynote large and small libraries a time machine to the futures lard William ffi'rare not But her, ,

the members and the guests' enjoy speech She is well known for will. be discuHsed of by the panel for the rooms WSM bmieckad! ', Iii 1 1 1 pt 1< "euldbe 1 1' 1 1r \I .11 Nil AllenllldGorrc''i'i: I *> tl For Your
Ways
stretching the library
her
work in Florida
a covered dish luncheon. at various with gay decorMMs of to* I. "- lilu ,intint enliven tbf pnweOin w i t !hClare's i
times since 19M She was Kern budget and getting the yuletide season. $.' \ ",: ,,>I II, (; -MnilMl and
After the luncheon with the County librarian in California most for the library dollar will I ext r Eating Pleasurer'tEAKEASTLUNCH
A shimmering sir Ch "Nt-' lOr '\\1 '::1'.n 1111 :,'11''' t" niwdy bits.n I .
President Mrs. B. P. Bensc hmeatitlg Washington State librarian complete the program flt-'f'
and :
{ mas tree laden wilt bet'' i rd i II I'" Ii 1 1 it; i I I .' Oil ha\len"t nr1 \If:I '' I
presiding, the acting Alabama State librarian .
regular
balls was surrounded Wit'i' ,\' fillets o' 1\\ -,11111.! I 1\ i 'I ,vjttnna to s?
was calve dto order. She welcomed [ She is author of library textbooks WWI, Auxiliary ly wrapped packages,i m" .> reach I..t.. I, 'il r > IIbll.: 1'1.1'i i II, do so bv rail i' !H ,
the members! and guests j and has recently served Hold Joint Sessions guest and ninny tar '' r' .. ''': I '1 11\ '!rr '11ectr! *G7"Q 11'I \ J and DINNER '
and reviewed the summer's '''as consultant in Arkansas Mississippi ? I II
Suite Mentil :'It *lth II, I : Shpntr 'H I I' 'I;,' i Mt mwnh.! t I"' "< ,1 "pj"'I'A
activities which included the Missouri and New Titusvllte Barracks 11M Joy used several i-ed "i'" ,.i <{' tl wnp': I u. ,' i ?,n wilt) Ye !KIWII Ind I"" ,v : I : and SUBMARINES TO CO
sale and distribution of 1751| York State. World War I Veterans, held i her decor with a t'olightfi.' i w' t'" I| 11, ', .. Ott 18-17) : ,n 'Ie" I I
floweriing label U31 trees tor After her keynote speech, a'Iymposlum joint meeting with the auxiliary net tree ornai i-med with u :4
home and city beautiflcatkm of Legislator Sen Wednesday at the Legion Club I bails decoraiii,, ihe oqtfce U. !,II' .- i tam time tt X:is,, st coiv c,, '. ..., J1, .'! 1I 1 1CI ::.'__
I : :
and also the upker and caring I I Clayton Maypoles. County Com Correspondence on !legislation : ble.'I i _:tlnl'' I'1.T'R 01';Rl iv and !tw piowiol to 'I.s,''" .1

for the plantings at the Behabi-I I I mlssioner Panama City Ira pertaining to W.W. I veteranswas The refreslmu! table I. .u IQL, )tlI'I.J) oft nf Nt! >i I' I Up, 11\1 l : I' a' 'I Is ?,nxl I l ,11. f p ar'' rill t H 1 Thl Opening Special Coupon!
Station Hill
Center which is and Board Member Mrs
', read and diwuawd Commander covered with a br. ht taxi ('I i i, I i : Thin
at the Arthur Dunn Airpark. Annette P. Edwina. Fort Walton ON ANY

At the Rehabilitation! Cent*", busty Beach of will public discuss officials the ret toward>ponsi- what the Lou new Pepper legislation explained meant dies centered!In gold with holders 10! pet sTt GUI'<.h'I c:'n'' COt: / Wide Pilot{ i'vteSc@ : : I I'I COUPCM jl JKC PIZZA

to the veteran and his widow. I
changes are being made the /Joyed refreshments 01.111: '
library support and the way in I v. :lt) .1 mmmr TO GOI
adjoining storeroom! has been ry punch, hors d'OItIW'I! p\"
which public service The barracks and .
moved and will be used for two be more effective in agenciesmay workIng meets on the first Wednesday auxiliary sandwiches, fresh veeti ,'I @ ; Jed Octobar 20 I / G"vJ 3 ,. m. UnfM Clotlng Tlmal
additional scho I rooms with a with these I of the month, October' (arranged around a UttlS Siuw' ,
breezeway connecting and a appropriating June. The through "lad>'('), Fin'h meat.b, Ui Anti ,;. 'rlifv-riY t. kA N. i 1"
bodies After the next meeting will be I Pilet c' ..
.
sympos i in Isrpvul' MIMii! '
: of "
< i Ceremonies r" ,. /II
playground between. A planterhas I November homemade ( 1.1 sn t ITS; rookwsGuests .. ; ..a..a.._ ... ..."- '
ium, there will be on 4th, when it Is I "
a .'
question ex- County wit.1t 11 ," at tlu- this ucca.s,on will) be Mrs
altemi 1'
been built across the front and answer period. I petted that the District 7 Com- ; weiMr. ;oa! ---- -
which gives the club an incen I The I mander and Mrs A, J. Dean Mi and M's; 'I14uANttl.:,' l'lub on id I.ivtimni, ,', IIonorari e,, i
new Services President will *
Library and vis *
!wr' (if the I'tl'll' dub oi 'r" 1.'r I
H. "I
C : i *
PUil'l'e.i1' *
tive for additional planting Construction Act will it. mid M r 'I u' (; \ I ,II 7 JO) pmt
"
program Bill 'rs tnw H,,ward Prv.? mi' ,
I Mi '
be Tyler and Mrs. B'I 1 ( calvUreh'! ', I .
i nub Int.na.tiUt1al's
( Mrs. W. W. James reported explained by Miss Verna Ways and means of rawing '' Helm, Mr. and Mrs Ruth' the, Cocoa Club will give IRcverve i : [ir'11iie.CTII
that the monument plaque Nbtondlrk, Director ot Library I'II funds were discussed by the Wicker Mr and Mrs Gordon t' 1'1' I I AnmImo Wekem& i 1 *
which had been removed the i at a 'I ', i Day Din
by 1 auxiliary Beeson Mr and Mrs. *x> lPlckftt l TV HKfoiy of Pilot Ijittsrnitonal
State Road Dept for wide nm Women i The meeting was preceded by Mr and Mr''':. Max1 I nei. PIn! i the (ToI 1:8 Pruitt
of Garden st, had been renv- Of Moose a covered! dish dinner, Sander, Mr. and .Mi-,. ll I ro ''Nil. tIIh: I :mil Til 11/11. will IHI! firm/ bv HrnEU i : :: *
Sated and placed on the lawn of Hold InitiationThe Hudson Mr. and ;In. Tij I \1Je] w, Mueslis IlUI >(.e l.xki' I I'Iihli',1' !, nl 11wPilot

the Court House. The plaque Mrs Pridgen and Mrs. jack UurtjL hi J+:\,'sr! tlt.I Club III l 1'llw.VIk1r.1. ,
gives the names of the deceased Women of the Moose Thomas Feted I I| cps Toloi. l itRki'i', of llu- 11(
soldiers of World Wor H and Chapter 1485. held Initiation With Stork ShowerA ,1.1 I lot Club SloIII| Bi-evard will& 'H : '4., >1i.k *

on Memorial Day was rededicated Sept 23rd, when the following Boeing Wives of Nortti+ .*. Chryslv' 'i\'es Plan nww the c.xle of KQlins Fath
by the American Legion members were welcomed into stork shower honoring Mrs. I :vard Will> hold their .rpjiitar ( er James RinJrt)8:) !!$|, nf t Ii i c' ri
and V.F.as a part of the I the chapter: Mrs. Mildred Wilma,, Thomas the former Wll- i luncheon I meeting this tliuradiw Hal owe:: : Supper Church IIi our Savlwn, tit Palm ...
Memorial service Amos, Dorothea Irvin. Made- ma Glenn of Mims will be held I :at the home of Mrs. Allen B. Bay win ;,ithe invocation I *
line Williamson Geneva Luna, at the home of Mr. and ]M I r s, I.Rorvik 1SS4 Rosedal Ave. All The Ch'I', u", Club v ill I. Gr.I I
The hold Its Hiblllftft Ii"rs (I'oeusolu i XM'IT of the ",,1'n-?
attractive books Walter II Boeing Wives
year Panoy Davis, Helena Conner Glenn on In thin area
were distributed and good programs and Lillian Fisk Oct. 17, at 10 a m. Saturday, I'' Invited, to phone the pres i:are'nl! sij! |p. ,",, I' on Oct. I will lie I (Dr) dttire u Btnuts, I ...
fnnv"ii;: "- rr1 i It of the TeHin' '
17Ui 11! 'd'r *
are in store for eachmeeting All friends and reJatiof Mrs, Frank !Sweet nt mlmtor f
,
The Mrs June Carter was the the honoree I further The II K ill of 1'.11. Vmcrlian Vii'v,t .s, "Sl hA.at
September and are Invited to at- information abouttl party 'Iu i i at 10 I ,: I
inn from
October issues of the Brevard guest speaker tend I I group p.wi\, i 'otiu/,' i IK(' .ma. '.1 i ., ripe Kenm-dy Dr _
The Chapter Night I Ii "-I wit tftfl! klYkt'Ip t< .O'-'ti. t/ ,
County Garden News were given program and I Itps I ;11" r,iid( f,,)I
Oct 14 will be In honor of I1 11'1 l 1'1' Hint hit.! "mot: Uf
to the members W il : the .it c 1 h"we\1'1
I Enjoyed chatting WIII H r i im I- l. I I'T.
ma Clawson and the Moose- Little League (Mrs. Leo) Wadh, ),1 i ( ,,"f case null i" ,,,utid foi. 'Horr'or' i II held In M iiit In .\ i't : CPiiESENTATIVEOroup
Mrs. G H Anderson, Mrs. R heart Committee. The guest (Group: To MeetThe view Dr, recently about? ihi' thes, v 'lndo I .1,.i for c"t. ,I Lily o, I UK{ :, and. I'.Inn' are I ..1.. One Democrat
R Parschen and Mrs. Don speaker will be James Maltbie I numerotM nswcormrs tunIC f1i1e: eras' Ix \11., I Ii I iliiUUM! (Hit all of the tmn ,II .Y"" ond *
Drowning have been added to Governor of the Loyal Order of Tltusville Little League :area Helen said she Is m. h this' "I; \'III'ftII. 'ttIIt I1"i 1ln;;xtn, I, n I I"I I (lrlt': '', wi'l' 11"n"i 1't I! rtt' ale mi t, H rrulmv

the roll of new memers Moose Number 1W2. He w 111ihow Auxiliary will meet Wednesday :a bD. meeting our n'," T'' ,\ ,H l* rr'r ,10 12 (HI, nthat.I| fur I 'IpWluuny In firer ...4.. ..6 .
The movies on Moosehoart Oct 21, at 030 I i II '. 1\1;\ ,InH'I.\ \,' "t '(t. I ,' *. *
Mystery Package was : a.m. in t bel dents as a libels r'i'lr1"1< "n 'lIlll''n Zallr"wI, ;, ,! I
won by Mrs. Bertha\ Stringer All candidates and chapter Community: Room of Citizens I Greeters Service And, with hf MIlllIh"\ 'l3ovIv.Irs )KvVpjMmkl ',. eo

Next meeting will be held at members that have not Bank for the purpose of elect- t charming! personalty' wars I 91r :and M.JO1J1n .

the home of Mrs A V. Harrington been Initiated are urged to attend ing officers for the coming sure I the newcomlire i enjoy' I 1), aar :ire i i'lrw! nlI, : the Jii\tu -
with Mrs. Howard Parkeras also all members ot the year AU I Ing her visits just HH much W an"l dworat >ntis ,
Women of the Moose The meet mothers are urged to at '" Ik'' bf.I "',
co-hostess. Program: Mrs tend MI erv4llins 0' ... .
W W. James Sr. "Indoor Hor ing will be held at the Moose The lovely home of Margi." I i,11.,' 'av:! fXt 15!h by call I- .'", V : ( Vcr:
ticulture Artifical LIght." Lodge located one mile north of WWMI (Mrs Richard) I h': ilv '"fI Icv'Ifadelra ,is ,Yule! (rlua'rtrd8'7of ': L rr / > I Doorstep. .

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name of To the rote person for a for person whom whose name is printed on the ballot place a cross (X) mark in the square at the RIGHT of the

name in the blank mar* provided you far desire that to...vote.........To. vote for a person whose name Is not printed on the ballot write his



ELECTORSFOR FOR JUDGE.
DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL. FOR MEMBER JUDGE SMALL CLAIMS COURT NO.CONSTITUTIONAL 4
PRESIDENTAND OF
HOUSE
SECOND APPELLATE OF REPRESENTATIVES (Vote for One) AMENDMENT TO
VICE-PRESIDENT DISTRICT GROUP NO. 2 ARTICLE XII
(Vote for Group) C GROUP WILLIAM Appointment er election of County School Superintendent
DEMOCRATIC (Vote for ODe) H. (BILL) ROUNDTREE CECIL R. ROSIER (Dam) Taylor County-Proposing an amendment
(Dem) to Article XII of the Constitution providing that
HN N (Dem) the Superintendent of Public Instruction of Taylor
For President CHARLES O. ANDREWS, JR. R. W. GRADY County shall be appointed by the County Board of
(Rep) Public Instruction provided> the proposition is af
UBERT HUMPHREY COUNTY JUDGE firmed by a majority vote of the qualified electors
For Viee.Prssident (Vote for On) of the county and that the county may after four
FOR years return to iu former status by the tame procedure
REPUBLICAN JUDGE. outlined for adopting it
BARRY M. GOLDWATERFor DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, COUNTYFOR VIRGIL B. CONKLING (Dem)

President SECOND APPELLATE DISTRICT. SHERIFF FOR THE AMENDMENT
E GROUP BREVARD COUNTY

MILLER (Vote for ODe) (Vote for Oa)
For Vice President JUDGE COURT OF RECORD AGAINST THE AMENDMENTNO.7

FOR WRITE IN JACK F. WHITE (Dem) JAMES L. DRAWDYI JR. (Dem) (Vote_for_One)
VOTING FOR ELECTORS FOR CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO
PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT LEIGH S. WILSON THOMAS R. WADDELL (Dem) ARTICLE XVI
(Rep) Continuity' of Gevernment-PropaIng u amendment
(Vote for Each) to Article XVI of the Florid Constitution to
STATE provide for means to insure continuity of state
aDd local governmental operations in periods of
FOR
SECRETARY OF STATE TAX ASSESSORVote emergency resulting from disasters caused by enemy
B (Vote for O"e) COUNTY COMMISSIONER ( for One) itUclc
DISTRICT NO. 1

TOM ADAMS (Vote for One) FOR THE AMENDMENT
(With sufficient number of lines to equal number (Dem) B CLARK MAXWELL (Dom)
of electors to which this state is entitled under ED. B
electorl.federal law.) Note: Florida Is entitled to 14 KItTLES (Dem) AGAINST THE AMENDMENT


CONGRESSIONALFOR FOR COMPTROLLER MELVIN E. FETNER (Rep) TAX COLLECTOR CONSTITUTIONAL NO. I
AMENDMENT TO
UNITED STATES SENATORVote (Vote for One) (Vote for One) ARTICLE IV, SECTION U

( for One) Commissioner of Agriculture Dutl**-Proposing
RAY Eo GREEN (nom) 1.D. NASH sa. an amendment to Article IV, Section 28 of the
B COUNTY COMMISSIONER (Dem) Florida Constitution relating to the duties of the
SPESSARD 1. HOLLAND (Darn) DISTRICT NO.3 B Commissioner of Agriculture, eliminating his supervision
over matters pertaining to public lands
(Vote for One) and the Bureau of Immigration.
CLAUDE a. KIRK, Ja. (Rep) FOR COMMISSIONER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

AGRICULTUREVote M MICHAEL DORAN (Dem) DISTRICT NO. 2 FOR THE AMENDMENT
( for ODe) (Vote for One)

STATE RICHARD B. MULDREW (Rep) AGAINST THE AMENDMFliT I
DOYLE CONNER (Dam) NORMAN H. RICE
(IDem)
FOR GOVERNOR 8 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO
(Vote for Oae) NO. f
ARTICLE XVI
COUNTY COMMISSIONER Civil Trial In branch courthouses In Dado Coun
HAYDON BURNS (Dem) FOR STATE TREASURER DISTRICT NO. S PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL ty-Proposing an amendment to Article XVI of

(Vote for ODe) (Vote for One) AMENDMENTS the branch Florida courthouses Constitution In Dade authorizing County.civil trials is

CHARLES !''t. HOLLEY (Rep) Mark a cross (x) mark In the square at the RIGHT

J. EDWIN LARSON (Dam) GUY M. BREWSTER (Dem) For the Amendment or NO.Against 1 the Amendment FOR TIlE AMENDMENT

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO

The offices MILTON McGRATH (Rep) ARTICLE VII AGAINST THE
remaining AMENDMENTNO.
required by law to be fill A"portlonm.nt-PropoS
an amendment to Art-
ed at this election are being only FOR, ATTORNEY GENERAL icle l VII of the Florida Constitution
candidate for each. office. To vote ttl these 0'see (Vole for ODe) I I Apportionment and Census, providing relating that the to 10
maining offices place a cross (X mark in the Mouse of Representatives shall consist of CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO
square to the right of the name I the candidate SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONVote Representatives and the Senate shall 112 ARTICLE V, SECTION ',
consist of
for whom you desire to veto. To for person EARL FAIRCLOTH (Dem) 43 members and further providing SUBSECTION ((1)
14 that the
whose name is not printed on avrl'u write bis ( for One) slature shall reapportion at the 1971 Legi. Increasing' number of Judicial Circuit*..Proposing
tame in the blank space provided that purpose. and ever ten years thereafter. regular sesilon an amendment to Article V, Section I. Sub-$eetioe
(1) of the Florida
JUDICIALFOR EDNA S. CARLILE (Dem) ber of judicial circuits Constitution to not Increasing the num
more than JO and
JUSTICE of the SUPREME COURT FOR STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF FOR THE AMENDMENT providing that there shall be no reduction IB the
Group No. I PUBLIC INSTRUCTION BARBARA JOHNSTON (Rep) number formerly of circuit Judges residing in any county
part of a Judicial
(Vote for One) (Vote for O"e) AGAINST THE AMENDMENT 0 divided changed or revised.circuit: hereafter created


B. K. ROBERTS (Dem) TOM D. BAILEY (nom) COUNTY SURVEYORVote CONSTITUTIONAL NO.AMENDMENT 2 TO FOR THE AMENDMENT

B B ARTICLE XVI, SECTION 7
( for One) Terms of Offices created by Let lilaturo-Propos AGAINST THE
AMENDMENTNO.
tog an amendment to Article XVI Section 1 to
FOR JUSTICE the FOR C. C. JOBS provide that the Legislature may extend the terms
of SUPREME COURT FLORIDA PUBLIC UTILITIES (Dim) of the membership on the board 11
charged with
Group No. 2 COMMISSIONER responsibility for colleges and universities (not in CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO

(Vote for One) (Vote for One) WILLIAM E. POWELL (Rep) ,cluding...r.. junior colleges) to not more than nine Additional Method ARTICLE of Reviling XVII er Amending MM

Constitution-Proposing an amendment
E. HARRIS DREW (Dem) EDWIN L. liED" MASON (Dem) XVII of the Florida to Article ad
8 FOR THE AMENDMENT ditional method of revising or 0r'b:
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION stitution; providing that either branch of the Leg
islature may propose by joint resolution
a revision
DISTRICT NO. 4 AGAINST THE AMENDMENT of the entire Constitution or a revision
FOR JUSTICE ., tie SUPREME COURT FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS (Vote for One) ment of any portion and may direct and or provide amend
.
NO. ) for in election thereon
Group No. 3 11th CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO

(Vote for One) (Vote for ODe) JOHN r. TURNER, SR em) ARTICLE XII, SECTION II, SUBSECTIONS
(8)) 'M (II') FOR THE AMENDMENT

RICHARD W. ERVIN (!)om) THOMAS S. KENNEY (Dem) JEANS VERY FISHER (Rep) amendment SehMl Bends to for Article Capitol XII Outlay of the-Florida Proposing State an
B AGAINST THE
Constitution relating to the use of part of the rev AMENDMENTNO.
EDWARD J. GURNEY enue derived from the licensing of motor vehicles
(Rep) for capital I outlay and debt service and other CONSTITUTIONAL. 12
FOR school purposes; adding method of AMENDMENT TO
STATE ATTORNEY PORT COMMISSIONER the number of Instruction units computing ARTICLE IX, SECTION 1 U
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DISTRICT NO. 2 terest rate to /'h percent per annum; increasing and extendIng In. Extending period of time for Second Oas TaxProposing -
(Vote for One) maturity date bonds an amendment to Article DC Section 1C
LEGISLATIVE (Vote for ODe) on to January 1, 2000. of the Florida Constitution relating to distribution

and use of gasoline and like taxes increasing
ARTHUR' L. STEED (Dem) FOR STATE SENATOR R. A. CUTTER (Dim) FOR THE AMENDMENT from 50 to 75 years from January 1, 1943, the
37lh SENATORIAL DISTRICT period during which proceeds of the Second Gas
(Vole for 0"1)) Tax shall be placed in the "State Road Distribu
AGAINST
WILLIAM H. CLARK (ReI') THE AMENDMENT lion Trust Funds

JAMES R. (JIM) DRESSLER (Dem) CONSTITUTIONAL NO.AMENDMENT 4 TO FOR THE AMENDMENT

ARTICLE XII, SECTION I
FOR PUBLIC DEFENDER VIRGIL SCHENCK JR. (Reps PORT COMMISSIONER Principal State School Fund to remain (Inviolate, AGAINST THE AMENDMENT
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DISTRICT NO. 4 Exception-Proposing an amendment to Article
XII, Section
5 of the Florida Constitution
(Vote for Oae) (Vote ODe authoris NO. II
for ) tog that the princpal of the state school fund may
be expended for CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO
capital
outlay on behalf of state
W. D. FREDERICK, JR. (Dem FOR MEMBER RODERICK tu DDdof: higher including Junior Sense ARTICLE x. SECTION 1
) HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES S. McIVER (Dem) colleges, c capital 0 'Jmr; publli* schools I County Homestead Exemption-Propos
tog an amendment to Article X. Section
1 of the
GROUP. NO.
I.
BREVARD COUNTY Florida Constitution relating to homestead
(Voll for One) DON HEANEY (Rep) FOR THE AMENDMENT tion: providing that in Sarasota County the exemp first
$2.000 of the assessed valuation on home and con
tiguous real property shall be
taxable for school
JAMES H. PRUITT (Dim) AGAINST THE AMENDMENT purposes only and the exemption shall apply to

FOR ..Jt7DcE.DISTRICT UNOPPOSED COUNTY CANDIDATES I the next of five thousand dollars for school: purposes
only suttted
valuation
COURT OF APPEAL. HERSCHEL K. MAYS (Rep) CLERK: OF CIRCUIT COURT CONSTITUTIONNO.AMENDMENT TO _

SECOND APPELLATE DISTRICT. (Vote for ODe) ARTICLE XII
Appointment FOR mE
A GROUP or election of County School Sueerln.. AMENDMENT

(Vote for Oae) CURTIS R. BARNES IDem) lindenIn meet to Article certain XII counties of the-State Proposing Constitution an amend-providing
AGAINST THE
that AMENDMENT
the Superintendent
B of Public Instruc
WILLIAM P. ALLEN (Dem) tion PubUe shall be appointed by the County Board of
B Instruction In the counties of E. .mbia.
Lake. Martin Okeechobee, Palm Beach. Putman
and Seminole wherein the proposlton Is affirmed
by a majority vote of the qualified electors of any
such county making the office appointive and pro
viding that any county adopting this proposition
may after four years, return to Its former status
by the same procedure for adopting It

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The two groups met separate tin new clover-leaf. U.S. 11 I and daughter, Patty, motoredto Mrs. Dave Baker of Palm I feundhMd bogs
ly and conducted! their regular tort of Indan Rtor CIr and their home town of Dade Harbor vtoited Mrs. Dorothy I Donate Rae aloe toM of a
Palm Harbor-Bellwood business for the month and the MM in !gemnl. I City on Sunday and enjoyed the Carter, who is a patient in Orange hunting trip enjoyed by one of
afterwards Joined their husbands Adrian has flown baton with I day visiting with friends and relatives Memorial Hospital, recently the men teachers there when
By Mrs. Vera Simmon( I Simmons Rick Newberry Dan i coa Church of God the 1st Saturday I for a cMeken supper. hie talker. :Norman t Smith, a* pi- : They were Joined at Orlando Mr. and Mrs. Baker aim he bagged two moose, a caribou
A of people en. Belcher Mike Powers and' night In November. An old fashioned sing was tot but this was Dens Neat air Air Force Bate by another spent the day Saturday vtsWng and a bear She said the bunt
Joyed group a wiener young roast Saturday Clydia and Harvey Tipton. I then enjoyed by the entire trip. daughter. Airman S-c Bar. with Mrs J. E. Green in Sanford ing license is t5. but the teach
hara Howard, and her fiance and with Mrs J. W. Buck his
night at Palm Harbor given by I W.M.U. Supper group. Twenty-seven ladies and er said he got moneys
I attended the meeting. I Visit In Perry Airman J-c Joe Lovan for the 1 ler. Mrs. Baker's mother, in De- worth and then some
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Howard In Gospel" Sing The morning and evening circles men
trip. Airman Lovan Is originallyfrom Leon Springs
honor of their daughter, Patsy of the W.M.U. of Front I' HarUor resident.* vMt- -
The Church of God on Hopkins ,
Amarillo Texas
1 DAN AND HIS PETDan
Friday was Patsy's birthday. Avenue in Indian River nae Baptist Church recently Dan Belcher and Adrton lie hi Pern Fla last weekend
were Mrs. Hubert and Donate Rae Simmons, who Is Belcher and his bye ft. pet Indigo
The guests enjoyed their far City was host to the regular combined their regular meetings Smith, both of Palm Harbor Hendry .
Mr. and Mrs Thomas Armstrong snake are a common sight
vMkfeM Eddie and Jeff, and In Newfoundland,
at the home of Mrs. Gene trip over the Ti. teaching I
YOrite records and a friendly monthly gospel sing sponsored took a flying around Palm Harbor Dan's had
chit-chat while they roasted hot by tile East Coast District of Armstrong of Bellwood. Their tusville Cocoa. area.lI..ally.Last Larry Simmons of Palm Harbor have a wrote of visiting Corner Brook several snakes the
dogs in the picnic area of the the Church of God husbands were invited as guests. Sunday, Dick Spelmen al. Perry wa one of the towns second child a baby girl, born recently on the occasion of a non.poisonous pet ones though.- only
. trailer court In addition to congregational I Mrs. Judene Garrett the pas so of Palm Harbor took the hit by limed! water from hurricane at Jess Tarrish Memorial Hospital visit by Britons Priniesr Royal
boys flying In his P12 plane Dora Reports were that 1 Oct. 7th. sister of the late
Patsy received several pretty singing special singing was provided tor's wife is president of the on King
and useful gifts.Teenagers by the Brown Sisters a I'General W.M.U.. Mrs. Suzanne from the Titusville-Cocoa airport all flood wau is have not reced I George She told! of the drew Printing Needs!
attending were: 'I duet from Daytona Beach anda Tucker is president of the I ed. Mrs. Rita Dakes of Tarpon uniforms worn by the Royal l See The
Wayne, Adrion, Suzanne and quartet from the host church. !morning circle and Mrs. Harold I The boys were thrilled with Springs was in Palm Harbor Mounted Police and of the'
aerial view of the flooded I Personal last week visiting with friends buildings being decorated with Star Advocate
Debbie Smith, Ronnie and Alta I The next sing sponsored by Enlus is chairman of the evening the I
Pickett, Pamela Leach, Danny this group will be at the Co circle. St. Johns, highways causeways, Mr and Mis Gene. Howard and relatives I English, Canadian and New-
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Cocoa For First

) :Reverting to the form ha displayed
during the 1931 1 grid .j ,

season, Terrier quarterback i i t two weeks held on to victory( over Lyman. Charlie !'
Charlie Hoggins passed for two t1 4 err Satellite Beach, strong u a the past
he tallied one Hugg'ns, quarterback passed to
his lead
bull and surprising every football as
and raced 69
touchdowns yards Il Ward for two Titusville touch
Eau GaUie.
east-central touchdown against
team on the
I for High a to third a 274 to vctory:lead Titusvllle over Ly- +ll % rf Florida coast, took another giant The Scorpions, picked up a total downs dazzler. and The ran Terrier one defense 69-yard

nan High of Longwood Friday step forward Friday as they of 300 yard rushing on the
a downed favored Eau Gallic 19-7 ground and in the air, to contain played one of their best games
i BightThe caller and proudly slipped into a t'e the Commodores. Steve Sor- of the season. Tltusvllle's beef
lanky signal passed
to halfback David Ward for a for first place among Brevard's enson and R'!ck Gillespie com- unit held Lyman four downs Inside
; the three yard line late
"big six". bined to score in
14-yard touchdown la) the on a pass play .
opening momenta of the gain", The Scorpions: with two county Eau Gall'e's lone TD. the fourth quarter.An

followed with a IS-yarder toWard sty'v wins and no losses also took! Melbourne Bulldogs scoredsix explosive second quarterled
later la the period and over top spot in the overall touchdowns against Fort to three Fort Myers touch.
than really displayed h'n nuv county standings with three P.erce Dan McCarty for their for 19-4
downs a
rung! ability, j consecutive victories, a tie and fast win of the season. Nursing victory over
Back to pass late in the second no losses three straight defeats, the Bulldogs Cocoa.

quarter, Hugglns p nil ad Remainder of the county's are finally on their road Cocoa's only score came In
loose from three six" bad.
Greyhounds, "bg played of-county the final quarter when Buddy
who apparently bad him Titusvillenext
trapped, cut to his left, then to tilts.Cocoa was defeated 11-7 by Melbourne week. plays Kurpa hauled in a 16 yard pass

hit right, picked uo a block or Fort Myers, Melbourne Bull-1 i from Billy McKn'ght.
two, pulled loose from another fay bom'jcd Dan McCarty Fort Glen lloltsman, Dwight Reeves,

tackler, got another block nod: .. m__...._.__.__,_..__._._ __ Perce, 40 II; Titusvllle rompedover Jerry Nolan, and Terry Marin
set sail for the Lyman ,)al) Lyman 271; and Cocoa shaw were Melbourne's big
line 69 yards away. MOTHER COMPLETED PASS Charlie Huj.: 11 attempted. Edwards gained 12 yards on the above Beach defeated Melbourne Cen- guns. Each scored one touch
a was this latter touchdownthat tins passed for 111 yards Friday night against In- reciptlon: on the lint play of the ball game.-S-A tral Catholic B-6. down. ..
I "salted" the game' away, man of Lxugwood. Tommy Edwards is on the re- Photo Ken Hutcherson, Satellite Titusville's Terr.ers, sparkedby I I
because only a few m nutes earlier reiving end of one of seven completed passai out of Beach halfback who has been the return of senior halfback

the Greyhounds: had scored lead'ng' the county in scoring for David Ward, rallied to an easy
and made it a close 14 I ba" "_A .... _I _, f, _.0".'. __"L "L'u' ._ L I
lineman 11111.Ilu'l o second quarter touehlUWf: 'VIUI HU33HS return IQ form, me
c The e fourth Terrier score I cross'ng the goal line, as the Hold'nj the Lyman team to a quarterl: ;ac's: Jack: Blanton tallying Terers feel, an rightly so,
came in the third period when I|Terrier defenwl -H treat yard loss in thrsa downs, the on as pretty a 10 yard: tunas that it was a team victory. I
Terriers: forced a punt'nj situa has been
seen this year. Their blocking was sharp,
tion. Eddie: Long went back to BInnton had been hand'n"' off passing attack strong, they FRONT END j
punt, but Terrier: tackle 3111 Mc. the ball well, but on the sac- were runn'ng hard and tackling
Bride broke through and ond down and e'ght at the Terrier accurately for most of the
blocked the kick with defensiveend 10, the quarterback fake:! game. I / I
Kafl Bob GrIssom plck'ng' it three hand-offs, then hid the ball The entire defensive squad ,
up and running 50 yards for a on his hip and went around end played a top game, with great'
score. unmolested.And leadership from McBrIde and
Lyman moved 76 yards for aPIa' although they welcomed Bill Hardin. II




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When offensive and defensive teams combine their twees, First Qja/l: I|, -." ........ '.. --.. .. -., ......._ -
football prominence will bend.! B"'n returned Win:'''"m's ''if'

For example, remember some weeks' ago when :he Baltimore k'ckoff 26 yards to the T33. 4i '
Colts ransacked the Chicago Bears, 520. The offensive: and defensive nU3; ns passed to Edwards for
teams Jelled perfectly.: 12 and: a first down at the T13.Huifns ,
: ga'ned five, Ward two
Friday night at Lyman the only football town in Flor'da Ward two more and then Ward
where the home town fans jam the 33.35 yard line bleachers Instead three for a first down at the r .
of the usual 50, the only place in Florida where you'll sea L40. Husjlns; raced for 26 yardsto *

Krevtrd'i top scoring halfback of 1933, turn a somersault when a the Lit. Lon-j pc'ed! : up TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
defensive lineman on his team males a touchdown; end: probably two, lIu. ;ns' pass was Incomplete THURSDAY-OCT. 13.14.15'IERE'S
the only game In which Titusvllle will score 27 points !' and then Hug 'ns threw toWard

Titusville for the first time this year displayed! a goad! defensive for the score. Hug'n8' WHAT OUR ALL FOR ONLY
team holding the Greyhounds one time on a goal line' k'ck po'nt was good. Titusvllle EXPERT MECHANICS DO:

stand Inside the three, and jarr ng the ball lose from Lyman on 7, Lyman 0. _
two different occas'ons along with! their offensive: unit, wh'ch Lambert: returned Hugg'ns'k'c 1. Correct caster $ C55
:; off 30 yards to the L40. Sa-
rallied with powers that have been missed all year, played pretty villa was h3'd for no ga'n, Lambert 2. Correct camber
good ball ,! and !
Kiln : seven Tooe
3. Correct toe-in-
But, the line, where we're told they don't get enough creditor nicked up 10 for a first down at MOST
( work well done, deserves another pat on the back. the T43. Lambert got three, the main cause of WV AMERICAN

That's pomethlng else we can't figure out, why people can Long one and Long two before abnormal tire wear
Insist that linemen don't get enough credit. Since the beg'nn'nl Lonj: went back to punt The !! CARS
sna-j from center sailed over his L' 4. Inspect steering Parts extra if needed
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football season, It'i been Titusville'i defensive: team that has x..
head and, by the time he re
discovered the difference between a win and loss. They're responsible
covered It, he was chased and
for the 13-13 tie with Sanford In the opener. downed the L34.
at I De Luxe
Then, two weeks ago when the Terriers played a green Cocoa Hug?'ns picked up 14 and a ] \ Trton Champion
Beach team, It was Titusvllle defense that held the M'nutemen first down at the L20. Long 4 '
until our offensive got to rolling. raced to the LS but on the play I _,t t 1'\\'\\ NEW TREADS :

One more time. Last week against Cocoa, the Terriers offense the Terriers were charged withholding 33,23, *
running against possibly one of the strongest defensive and set back to the L35. I
In Brevard cou'd : Hujs'ns fired to Ward over the :' k ftETRCADS ON SOUND OK ON TOUR OWN TIMS
powers score only six points. But, the "e'sns've
allowed Cocoa only seven points. m'dd'e for a touchdown and: 4 'a :\ T'IIji$

But, like we said, anytime the Terrier offense and defense de- then !k'ctd 11.! the extra 0. po'nt. Tltisville :,rot : >"' '... 49

dde to combine thor strength: they're' bound to come th.'ough Lyman ONLY ..
Lambert returns! .
with a win of one way or another. 11ulI'ns'k'cof ':" +Ir ,
: 31 yards to the Lit On .
First of an of the defensive team
speaking we'll start: with
the pay: Titusville; was penalized : : t<..tt't.t Plus tax and 4 tred.-,In tires of tarn slit off your ear.
Don StanselL He plainly scared the pants off Lyman's center 15 yards for persoml foul to : 'f( >
early In the; first quarter. Scared h'm so badly, he centered: the U:, T43. e "f ,

ball way over the punter's head on a fourth down I'tuit'on. After Porrr.-i't' g3t: three, two passes \ ... ';.". q

be made the bad snap from center, Stansll low;raJ the boom on :: were brO',' up and Lon' > '\ I 2 GAL. GAS CAN I INDOOR & OUTDOOR
Elm one more time, possibly! Just for a rcm'mler. I ">r" :1: out of bow's at till! )' ...
Nothing stopped Bill: McBride: He blokeJ! a k'ck that enabled 'e'j:. ':-"' :'
defensive end teammate Bob Grlssom: to gaVo=? 50 yar Js for lit'! ? 'nt threw! Inca ",'at) and FlexibleTHERMOMETER j
a touchdown. But, ment'on'ng McBrIde kccnuse; Ie; vicd:! a tt--nIitVflrd fo- n ant a first <; All-Metal
kick Is only scratching the surface lie hau'ed down Lyimn's: t.o\\"n at the T31. Long! ga'nsi: J '
quarterback several times beh'nd the line of scr'm 11a3e and threa, Bain was he'd for no i Pouring Spout

made one sideline! tackle that made him look: like LeRoy Jordan ja'n, a pass was Incomobteil : 'o' ," ,. '., .Ruit-rttUUnt "
back. wwanls: (! punt":l! to Lo-ij at 1" top,
some years .. 'L'"' 1 Me bottom and interior A7NEo
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Then of course, there wrs P ;-i St'Viking :. :,
Bill Hart'n, v 3 i r > v *)r o? n 'V '*i nvs: > I.on'j" oat two as the quarter r .' ..:' I Plaitk ftlp-ap Ior
:B -1 TuuVUe 14, Lynn 0.
man; Larry Z' a, '.' .3 t : '. r, :-v.: m y 11",oJ Gru-/ 3jc>:d a J3,';,r t .Ji. rent permits s"n
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Hart, who hits as hard as five man: his size. Blanton passsl: to P rrnult for .I oh !-,\wit fat Miy pourtnf

Don't fret offensive backs, we haven't forgotten you. 22 and: a first down at the Mi. WARD SCORES Only minutes after scoring the I oru a
Charlie Hugg'ns has not been playing up to his normal stand. Perrault got two a pass was game's first touchdown, David Ward. 153 pound senIor I .Brilliant red and \
ards this year. David Ward has been injured most of the year :ncomp'ete and Too'e p'ckel:! u,I halfback, hauls in over his shoulder, his second ytllow enamel flniih
Consequently, his actions have not been up to par. But, Friday: seven, but lost it on an illegal touchdown: acunl l, thrown by Charlie Huggins. The ,1 'J/ DECORATIVE
night they went full strength for the first time ths: year, and they procedure penalty. Terriers scored four touchdowns against the Grey \ t WROUGHT
made the entire offensive; un't spark: like it used: to. Perrault picked up S3 on a hounds Ward scored two, both on passes from Hug- O n I Y Handsome precision IRON
Hugglns' passing had been off the mark, but when you combine double reverse to the T21 Par- gins.-S-A Photo. Y engineered MOUNTINGBRACKET
Ward and Hugg'ns in near perfect ath'e'lc cond'"tlon, both rault got one and Too'e two but instrument Full

Hugglns'! passing and Ward's receiving: Hiug'ns' runnng and the Greyhounds: chose a penal.: 'sa ++wNaR +".leaw wwurs 360' swivelTemperature
Ward's running seem to Improve 100 percent ty and gaited five and a first N/ \ range
that's what it down at the T U. from40' to 120 99 C
Anyway, appeared. 66c
Lyman was five
penalized
Howard BalD, played a good first quarter until he re-injured yards for illegal procedure but IIN Mounts easily on
Ills ankle. And. more pa's on the buck go to Sam Wortham and Lambert ga'ned seven and then R na SFTRUSSES any window ailL

Glenn Long, alternat'ng fullbacks, as well as Herb: \ Smith: George Blanton circ'ed end:! for a touch. I LIMIT t
Eichert, Dave Howltt: and the rest of the gang. down. Blanton's k'ck attemptwas CUSTOMER'liteh
However, we d'd hear someone ask way; didn't Ga'nes' pull blocked Titusvllle 14, Ly t
off the dogs once they were ahead Actually Ga'nes did pull off man 0.Ward. D
his dogs during the last quarter. Only, he did It In a way that returned Wl leman's
10 one could notice, by substtuting; two and three players at a k'ck off 19 yards to the L49 but 1O9 HOPKINS
time Instead of an entire un t the Terriers; were charged with; Corner Orange
clipping and set back to the A.M.4ed s..fwd De..., ....er !Werth 1174150
However, you keep hop'ng that the home team never has a
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really bad season. Because in two years. Lyman Is gong to have
two of the finest ha'fbacis! In Central Florida. Two of Lyman's Bain got four and Long seven lash rs Goo
and a first down at the T27.
hard charging little backs were sophomores and on five different LUMBER CO. tRtw.es Gender
Ward gained: four, Bate five and
occasions they made the Terriers sit up and take notice that Ward two more for a first A twwist / Radio, flCa

they were a threat !if they ever dropped the reins. down at the TSS. Huggtns gained NEW U. S.1 SOUTH INDIAN RIVER CTTT Accasorl.e
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.: h Der: ,- 2 Parkway Teams Are Victorious!,'I IBy 6 l


Es VcletJStale -
Den Hemka >!>!dgeaoid threatened twice the third quarter Parkway's

Seventh Grid during the t;me but the threats eighth grade (ridden, who Just .M.1.J.if({
VP wen short lived as Edgewoodfwntotod the week before downed Cocoa -

;, Parkway U-Edgewood 7 I iv'ih times: once on Beach 28-0, remain the only HELENE CURTIS
, Exclus'va: t r Bob Kyle scored from the I the sixteen nd once again on Parkway team to be unscored J
with 44 seconds I the seven Next week the dub mill
one-yard stripe
upon.
Florida Men's Bowling Tournament SUAVE SHAMPOO E
will be held In Brevard left In the third quarter to give The game was a defensive be Idle before playing DeLaura g

County In I960 according! to newly the Parkway Pirates a 1J-7 triumph display I. until: i Parker's run in (Centbiued _en page 11)) ==
over the Indians of Edge- -
elected Association State -- --- -
wood from Merritt Island in ... Reg 1.00 ;:
Vice-President Bob :Miner of Ti-. 50 C :
tusville. Junior evening high at grid Draa action Field.Saturday The ? ; 4iu ::::; With Coupon OntraU ;::

Site for the tournament, whichIs I drive started on the Edgewood fc3ztviA ::s
expected to draw at least 1," 35 after Parkway received the Good Through Wed. Oct, 14
000 teams and 5,000 men bowl;
ers from the entire state, was opening kickoff of the second FOR A MOST SUCCESSI'UL.tONE \

tentatively selected this week. half.Parkway took a 7-0 lead in the ?'JJIIIII I IA l l1\lW'&
end during the State Convention:
first when Mike Ball
quarter CENTVTe'rc '
at Cocoa Beach. Final will = i'WHITE
be chosen site scampered 42 yards around ': t' \ ({
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by a committee possibly ,
right end and crossed the goal I I
in
1964. The tournamentsare line standing up. Bob Kyle I
planned two years ahead. RAIN J
the extra pointBob
Miner, Brevard BowlIng fa"I'
County -
Garr scored from I o
Association President for HAiR SPRAY
yards out climaxing an Edge-
the two local
past years a wood drive that started on the I
bowler for over five years, Parkway 43. The score, which
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president of North I i
Brevard
tied the at 7-7, came w.th;
Bowling association for two 55 seconds game to play in the first I i "... Bag. 1.49 88 c
and State : I
years a Director was
nominated for the position by half. Mike Gregory ran the con ,, S With Coupon Only
that items
version on a quarterbacksneak. sorry some
i
Chet Knox of Melbourne, a county Good Through Wod. Oct. 14 :::s
officer. were quickly "Out of Stock.
Defensive standouts for the
Although, the actual site has Parkway eleven were Steve In some instances we just I '
not been selected, Miner said, It 1+ N.w Maxwell, Mike McDaniel Lyle underestimated when ordering }JJlllllln\\\U\\\\'
Is likely it will be held In the ....... ..,
Western, Mike Lyle, and tid due to the tremendous \
central portion of the county, ... die Cordon. Outstanding running \ {{
unless of demand for
one the alleys backs for the Pirates were Kyle, growing regular
In North Brevard constructs additional Bruce Herman, Ken Gilchrbt, NValgrcca items. However .
14 OZ. PLASTIC JOHNSON'SBABY
selecting lanes.the site The has committee one stipulation -.-...........""""'"-- _..:: .... .. and Ball. many of these items are now

that establishments of 24 Score by Quarters: back in stock! So bring in POWDER
Parkway 7 0 I 0.11 g
lanes and more are eligible tor the "Oversold that
EICHERT TURNS END George Eichert was on Edgewood 07007PJHS Coupon"
the tourney. Both Lanes in Tl-
tusville are under 24 lanes. the receiving end of this Charlie Huggins aerial. Yardstick EJHS was presented to you during ;S
Eichert, 160-pound alternate halfback, has just I First Downs 8 .
sale and shalt be
Miner continued, this area our we
was not due for the tournamentuntil clamped onto the ball and is heading for the side 113 Rushing Yardage M, pleased to honor it. :::; n-.1* 47 c;:::
I 1969. It was changed when lines. He picked up 14 yards on the play and a first 0 Passing Yardage 22 ::::;: With Coupon Only :;:
0-1 Passes
(com alt
the association rezoned their I down for Titusville.-S-A Photo. ) HI
districts, into North, South, Ea."tand 0 Passes Int. By REMEMBER ... WE RECOMMEND Good Through Wod, Oct. 14
West area Instead of the lighted by workshops conductedby Figuring Series I 44 Yards Penalized 10 '? J
0 Fumbles Lost 11
zones. Roger Cassman, ABC Rules tJJJJIllllMllwjA'\
"The last time our area had committeeman from lit t 1- NEW YORK (AP) Figuring. 125 PunU 1-19 r PRODUCTS
waukee; Ben Howard, Southeastern the Series:
the tournament was 1961, held
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at that time in Daytona. And, Field Representative for Yankee slugger Mickey Man Eighth Grade .- l.\J'lrl \
under the new system, If we did ABC; Dick crease AJBC rep tle, who established a Series
Parkway 7 Edgewood I
record his 16th homer (
by hitting CUTTERWALGREEN MORALINE WHITEPETROLEUM
resentative.
not obtain it In 1966, we wou'dhave Jerry Parker galloped 34
extended two of
Saturday more
had to wait another four Attending from Titusville were
his marks He yards around right end with (:13
career Sunday.
years," he said. Frank Thurlow and Bob (Huddle- walked twice and struck out! left In the third quarter to breaka JELLY
Next year's tournament will M deadlock and give the AGENCYDRUG
ston.New his Series totals to
be held in Pensacola. state officers elected once lifting : Parkway Pirates a 7-0 win I =S ::
dflfc 5-
41 bases on balls and !M strike over Mb Jar 4%
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Miner said this will be the were Robert Carr, Pensacola the Edgewood Indians in the
largest tournament ever held In president; Herb Colt, Jacksonville / outs. I I county Junior high grid circuits I :::; E.g.9c C ;:=

Brevard, Central Florida and second vice president Saturday night at Draa Field I ::::::; With C"pon Only ;:::
possibly the entire state. Last ; Harris Holiday, Miami, Ken Boyer, whose bases-filled Parker's run came two plays
year at Ft Lauderdale, some third vice president; John home run powered the Cards to after Parkway gained possession :;;:
880 teams entered the tournament Blank, Tampa; Robert Con, the 4-3 victory, was the National In the third quarter on an I BIG APPLE PLAZA TITUSVILLE II God Thr.u h
and each contest In the I West Palm Beach, Sergeant-at- League co-leader with Houston's Edgewood punt at the Edge iJj
AVE.I. R. C.
pest five years have averaged Arms; and William Winters, Orlando Bol pramonte- during the wood 41. I MAGNOLIA JJJIIIIIIIlhL i
100 teams higher each year. Secretary-Treasurer regular season Each hit two -- --- .-- -- ----- -- --
Brevard is expected to enterat Directors are Ernie Lawson grand slams, Boyer getting his '
least 150 teams. Orlando; Theodore Jenson, West off the Nets' Bill Wakefield on YOUR FULL LINE GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALER C'll 1f-r'I .r.tr ll7
The convention, attended by" Palm Gene D'ego Tamoa and I July 18 and off Philadelphia'sDennis
. some 200 delegates was high- Harry HUbbard, Tallahassee. Bennett July %5.
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Gibbon High School Blue Devils however, the Blue Devils came leg all their yardage on the ive effort of the game, holding Total Yard. ort.... 88* lrr OverPRICES one million
dropped their fourth consec I,romping back minutes later to ground, Gibson, using j junior the Blue Devils on fourth down Paawi Yard* RB trmptd lot PaaaeaPuntlnc 0 V /0 SALE GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY pieces of merchan-

utive game Friday night, this tie the score at 7-7 on a 64 yard halfback Charles Miller 85 percent from the three. PUDIa' t ... dlse bought for this
time to Drew High of Winter pass play from quarterback of the plays and averag Gibson relying solely on their Yard Punt Avorai-o Return 84 0 27 0 o biggest of aH 2-for-l i
Garden. I Reginal Brown to end Randy ;, ing 3.5 yards per carry, march. passing attack balanced their KlokoMa f 2
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The Blue Devils, still hopingto Scott :I ed 70 yards from their own 30. offense Friday night, picking up 4 t
break Into the win column, Winter Garden tallied another Brown carried around end on 111 yards In passing and 104 on Fumble* 1.0.5 I 0
PonallMd W au
and appearing to Improve with touchdown on a 25 yard pass I 1 the bootleg play seven yards for the ground. Last week against Yard d[ I

each game, displayed a balanc play to lead 14-7 at half time, I t I the score. Stone High of Melbourne, Gibson AMERICAN GREETINGS
ed passing-running offensive attack then scored again before the With four minutes remaining picked up 209 yards via the INDIVIDUAL.

but were downed 2714. end of the third quarter In the last period, the Blue aerial route, and only 70 on the "' .... Tltutlll.Trln u.!. Le*/ .,..* Aar.Hutgln. CHRISTMAS CARDS
Drew scored with only three Gibson, however, with only Devils were pressing again, with ground. 1 _" 0 144 140 0 -- ....._t.
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minutes gone In the first quarter minutes remaining in the third, a first down Inside Drew's 10 I Gibson hosts SouthwesternHigh Hart Wortbam 4 t 16 0 0 0 18 0 4.0 1 KITTY BURGERSJff\:: /For 15c $t'ium: : '
on one of three touchdown put together their longest touchdown yard line. But, Winter Garden School of DeLand on Draa Bain S a 0 1,0W.rd 4>

passes thrown during the game, I drive of the season. Gain. displayed their strongest defens Field Saturday evening. Lone 10 T IIIt tt 1 1 27 l' U U Wax n-2 for
am. TrUe L'Call".."Ln JI.. A... Vista Auto ;;I2.u" for 2.25 2 10.0 /

Perrault 12 III 0 lit.'
Tool. S 3U 0 811 5.5
I Gold Lambert 10 14Savlll. 0 81 U BC POWDERS r Raff: 2f 25'
Wins First Med Lott 1 a 0 0..2.1)Lon. 0 0 0.0 EVEREADYTUMS

4 IBlantoa 81 .21 .7.0
a 12 11 .a0.0 leo. 12 I* BATTERIES
ANTACID (limit 2 for I L

By TED SMITS I old from Phoenix, took secondIn I Australia's veteran Dawn the men's springboard diving, Rt,. Sad (limit 2)
Associated Press Sports Editor I springboard diving on the Fraser, however, led the parade and the powerful, favored U.S. GameContinued VASELINE LIP ICE
strength of an outstanding efforton with a time of 599 seconds, basketball team continued to Haffi;. 2 for 39'
for
TOKYO (AP) Blond Don her final dive, giving her a breaking her own Olympic i 2 20
Schollander brought the United total of 13830 points and a record. roll.The ( from pg 6))
basketball team MATTRESS FRESH
sparkedby iq. tliOO 2 for 1:
States its first gold medal of the
paper-thin edge over Miss Wll The United States advancedthe Jerry Shlpp, Bartlesville, and Lyman recovered at the
Tokyo Olympics Monday, winning lard Mesa Ariz. who had maximum three-man team
Okla, and Joe Caldwell Arizona fi'YI
the men's 100-meter freestyle 138.18. into the finals of the 400-meter Stale University, ,rompedover L46.Lambert gained four and then ZIPPO LlC5HTI.FLUID Gunn 2))..".29' 2 for 29' LANOLINPLUSHAND i fi1II

convincingly in Games I' Germany's Ingrid Kramer. individual medley with Carl Finland 7751. two. Perrault picked up three. LOTION

record time of 53.4 seconds. Engel the defending champion, Roble, Drexel Hill, Pa., leadingthe Shipp scored 18 points, Caldwell -I. Long's punt was downed at the '

The United States also added won the gold medal with 1430 way with a time of 4.52: that 16 in the second straight Tl. Q.TIP SWABS 115. i Llm' :'ZI. 2 for 39' .... 51.00 (Limit' 2))
three silver and one bronze points. Since this was the first time the U.S. victory In this Olympicsand I Huggins got two, Ward three,

medal on this second day of Berger won the silver medalin event had been held In the 40th straight since the sport I Long one. Huggins punted to COTTON 39, .ah... for 00
competition, while i 1 Russia's his weightlifting division witha Olympics, his time qualified as was made a part of the Gamesin I Lott at the 50 and he ran it Q-TIP ,AI (Lllllit ZI 2 for 39' 2 1 .
blonde young Gallna Prozumen- total lift of 841.5 pounds, well a record. 1936. back 10 yards, but the play was

schikova acquired her country's back of Japanese winner Yoshl- Dick Roth, Atherton, Calif., U.S. forces, however, suffered nullified and Lyman was penalized TOOTHBRUSHES g"T'ya: : 2 for I
second gold medal.SchoUander nobu Miyake who had 874.5. and Roy Saart, El Segundo, two major disappointments, an five yards, making it a 69'LANOLlN.PLUS "
an 18-year-old I In general, American swimmers Calif., also reached the finals upset loss by welterweight box first down.

Yale student from Lake Oswego advanced as expected, with times of 5:01.3: and 5.023: er Maurice Frilot and an ankle Hugglns passed to Elchard J J&J BAND AIDS :Limit:;' 2). 2 for 47' WITH DEWOGEN
Ore., won by a clear-cut with Miss Kolb's second place In respectively. Injury to Gerry Lindgren, 18- for 14 and a first down at the _
edge over England's Bobby Mc the 2CO.meter breaststroke a Frank Gorman, a Navy offi-- year old distance sensation T26. Wortham gained five, Hug- -'E- --B- -20'01. -- !.,. $1.00 limit 21
Gregor and Germany's Hans pleasant surprise.Jed cer from New York, and Larry From Spokane, Wash. gins went back to pass, pulled Chase ug Bomb R'I. 98e Aarosol98( )
Joachim Klein, second and third Graef, Verona, N.J., and Andreason of Los Alamitos, Lindgren suffered a twisted loose from tacklers and went for 00

respectively in 53.5 and 54 flat. Gary Dilley, Huntington, Ind., Calif., held first and second' ankle, which was swollen bad 69 yards for a score. His kick MOUTH .. 2 1 .
Other U.S. medal winners bettered the Olympic record In place after the first two dives in ly, while training for the 10,000- was wide. Titusville 20, Lyman CEPACOL WASH 57.01ltmlt 2)). 2 orLUDEN'S Q7'
were Jeanne Collier and Patsy the 200-meter backstroke within i meter run scheduled Wednesday 8.

Willard, second and third In minutes of each other In winning Winkleman returned Huggins' COUC5H It**.10' |A" LUSTRE-CREME
women's springboard diving; their semifinals. Graef gotIt StandingseJOlJlTY Frilot, a Marine corporal kick-off a yard to the L36. DROPS (Limit 2) 2 for IU

bantamweight Isaac Berger first at 2:13.7: and moments From Denver, was a prime can.didate Lambert gained six, a pass I HAIR SPRAY

second In wclghtliftlng, and later Dllley trimmed a tenth of for a gold medal. lie was ,was incomplete and Toole I EASY-OFFcS : Limit. ... 2 for 79'1
Claudia Kolb second Miss picked three the half :alma : N .. ft (Unit 21) A
to a second off. Bob Bennett, Long w.. I..., TI.Catallltl floored three times before being up as end *
Prozumenschlkova in the wom Beach, Calif., also made it into 3 0 0 outpointed by Ugandan Ernest ed. Titusville 20, Lyman 6.
en's 2D0-meter breaststroke.The the finals. Couoa 2 0 0 T:: for
Mabwa. :
.j.vlllo 1 1 0 Third Quarter MODESS MEDS e', UN 2 for 45" 2 99 =
15-year-old Russian girl Sharon Stouder, Glendora, Melbourne 0 0 0 Seymour Cromwell of New Perrault returned :
was timed in 2:464: a Games Calif., won her heat In the wom eau Oalllo 0 S 0 York and Jim Storm, San Diego Huggins'k1ckoff
record, while Miss Kolb, from en's 100.meter semis In 1:01.4: Cocoa Bach 0 I t Calif., won their double Perrault seven gained yards 17 and to the a first L27. STRIPE TOOTHPASTE t fflLft' j 2 for 69:

Santa Clara, Cant., finished in and Kathy Ellis, Indianapolis, ALL OAMIIw... Lod tt. sculls heat In 6:3163: ; Peter down at the L44. Lambert CHRISTMAS e
2.H78.: also qualified for the finals In s.tealt0 I 0 1 Barrett of Mequon Wis., won the got I '
two, Blanton was held for STATIONERY JRSXvt$ ( for 1.00
Miss Collier Coco. 2 I 0 no ( I ) RIBBON
a pert 18-year- 1025.: Tltuivlllori.lbourno J 1 1 first of seven Finn class races. gain, Lambert got four and ;
1. 0 -
Cocoa H aob 1 5 1 Long's punt was downed at the lot ..rte4 ,tolort' |
Baa Oalllo o. 0 T17.Ward AERO SHAVE BOMB ({r Limit" I *!'.' 2 for 69' "ate. Limit 2) I

Unbeaten11's lost a yard, Hugglns
Dlcked UD 11 and a first down forQUICK
Bowling at the T37. Ward gained three DUCO CEMENT :q'i, ; 2 f* 39' 2 49 I

.J Cla.nl. I...... Hirer I..".. and Long fumbled with Lyman 111 rn :
Hlfh Individual gamer K. Chatter LeadMIAMI recovering at the T42. LePAGE'S CELLO I r.it"mrat.' leg. 2 for 29'
tA ln> Doyle rrlebee. (IT.Hlfh : Lambert was held for no gain, ; ,. FINESSA ::

od.k, tut Individual; K. Bhafer Mriooi, Ml.Hi T. Hoi- Blanton gained five but Lyman

a auronl.h, tam 11. fumel Holiday R tHlb (AP) Undefeated Terriers accepted of a five penalty against Lambert the OVAL SPONGE (Limit 3V)2)) for 39c SPINNING OUTFIT

A team erlel riret National teams: dominated the first yards. --- ------- #210 Quick Fh..e.h4an .
Bank :2640.Hight in fumbled and Titusville recover. SplnnlRf' ..., with #1011 1>
eight positions today the Miami d a .uoll'
Herald's High School Football ed at the T38. BOBBY PINS rabbi ile..d. "... 21e. 2 for 25' Capt. Plihflndor RodRoj. -
Individual ; Tom .
game Limit I)
Long picked up three and thenon .SCI.n
Halloran. 884! C. Daniel :234.Hlb rankings.
w Individual ..rleul Tom I the next play he fumbled and
Halloran Mlandlnni, tit, C, Daniel '11. Topping the list was Miami Lyman recovered at the TO). t Plastic Shoe Box (Limit i ) 2 for 69c 2 for 95
High with a 40.0 slate and 190 48 t I
TN'm' W. 1..0& Blanton lost 10, Toole gainedsix
Hawklne ConU Co, IS 5 points, which are based on classof Perrault
Team No. U* 8H gained three and MULTIPLI \
Mom Lod. H' opponents played. Long went back to punt. DcPREE ORBIT YITAMINS STAT 2 f or.
i -TR Telnvlalon 11. Second was Coral Gables High McBride broke through to MITCHELL 300 ; I
lam Billiard Parlor I T 40.0 with 161
Pensacola
Tb.Cherrydon Harbor Marab.Shop Mobil.Shop Quartet Home S.I 7 STeam T llgh 40.0, came points.In third with block up the the punt ball and Grlsson and raced picked DePREE OIN:: ENT II Peg.:'43c;._.. 2 for 43 SPINNING OUTFIT I

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No.8' 127.Fourth 50 yards for a score. Hugglns'
Ponmont Dairy T awmdt. was taken Orlando !
by #300 Sorcta Mitchell..
kick
S 10 was good. Tltusville 27, Ly rill ."t
Homea 40-0 with 109 l\ePREE ALKAIAI\E 11..14.2 for 1? Splnnlao RM| with 2
T..m No. 4 1 10 Edgewater, and man 6.Hugglns. "... II" ipooltod
Rocket Motor 1 T fifth went to Pompano Beach, #1081 Copt. Fl.hflad.!
Rflna' Bay Station 4 13 tried an onsldes kick $48.11
Team No. 14 S It 3.0-0, with 90.Clearwater. but it failed to 10 yards and 69''q a.
go 2
9ePREEAIKAIAOE for
::1. :: 850:
Mini Beauty '.Ioa Itt lllVt 4.0.0, was sixth .
Lyman took over at the T48. for 95
with 81, followed by Miami Pal Toole gained seven and then 2 48
Wtdn..d kit Ladl.i llaaillca metto, 30.0, 68, Palm Beach two. Blanton picked up two anda DePREE led Astrlft.ftt 1n. b.1e 2 for 59-
ml... Lae.Tow W'a. LealT.am 4-0.0, 61, Miami Edison 3-1-0, 57 first down at the T37; Lambert MOUTH WASH leg. He.
10 13 4 and Jacksonville Lee 2.HI, 52.
gained two but lost it and GARCIA LURE
In Whit anal'. Rtfri.ratloa HOUM Fur,. 11 11H I'* The other half of the top 20 five more yards on an offsides I DePREE APC Tablets! ;r: ,: iM. 2 for 89'DePREE

Old: .Spinning flat.: l Wb..l 11Glob. : was made up of: Hlaleah, 50; penalty. ftortlo: Aba ..fI.. Lure- t
Co. 10H iM
Forest Hill, 45; Tampa Robin .. R* SSt limit 21
.rl. Norman ludloo 1 j.
Team 4 S I son, 41; South Dade 39; Lake Fourth QuarterA ASPIRIN ;gs' ..... 2 for 59'
Flout National Bank I a Wales, 36; Miami Norland and pass was Incomplete, Toole faf t
Tt Iii
K. C. Bowline Wupply aS 2 8 5
Cutlir'. Druia t. Tampa Hillsborough tied! for gained one and was then held I
T.ara Mobil 111 Horn SalM 1( 10 10 16th at 32; Winter Haven, 29; for' no gain. Long's punt was DePREE ASPIRIN gl Me B i'::: 2 for 39'

Team 4 10 Starke, 25; and Fort Lauderdale downed at the T7

Air-Loll Hrvard Window Mint Horvlco Co. I t 10 11 High, 22. Huggins gained six, Ward two LADIES'NYLON
DePREE Better S eel 'iOL.I V"2 59'
for
Teem 11 .H U'. and Hugglns passed to Ward for :
frlioratlon sills tram MS.lam; blih-team Whll*'.rU K...- 10 and a first down at the T25. HOSE .

Wbll.. HcfrloraUon IDUTi bl.b StandingsNational Huggins was held for no gain DePREE IEEp tDN I'ul"' "... 2 1.98
Individual (am. Janut C.m.cho WIN[ TONIC 515. for lot* NylM
1116, high Individual *>rl.i Janet then; passed to Ward for eight.Iluggins' .teamleM Hen
I* Fall ehMe tile
Ht to II
Canwcbo 631.T..d. Football League pass was incompleteand Tt* Value, it -....
Edwards' punt was downedat DePREE GLYQFRINI' Mod..'. a t .
rtJI 1Ie"1e 2 fw 49'DePREE ,
.,. MM' Lady II..I... By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the 128.Perrault. L"t'S SUPPOSITOCiISSa. .... Nei for t Ii" -
4ar.w.y. L.... Eat torn Confertnco gained two, then two 4 99
MILE OF
Team Team 1 W.14 Lot 5 W L T Pct Pre OP more and Lambert lost three, MAGNESIA' u.Sm.ia.::' 2 for 59'
8baf.r' Hardware 11 4 St Louis 3 0 11D00115 72 but Tltusville was offsides and
Team uri.r King 11 11.I ClevelandPttsb'gh S 1 1 .750122 03 lost five. Toole gained a yard BONUS BUYS

1 T.Team. 11 111.I'* .* S 20 600 94 95 and a first down at the L49. DePREE SACCHARIN =; :'.:.o".:: 2 for 1
Conn ra Carr It 'Ii PhlTphia !Z 3 0 .400 123 105 i Blanton's pass was incomplete AIR WICK
Ed Kiltie. Alency I S Dallas 1 3 1 .250 M 97 : and then he hit Lott for a 30- SLEEPING( lotto 20. H
MOOMlt I 1 DoPRFF
I'lreN.Uonal Bank t aMlo.ll. New York 1 3 1 .250 10 114 :yard gain to the T19. / TAIHTS I.q. ;:.1,. 2 for 1 I Room Ooodorlior, 7Ol.Aorool. ,
Liquor t. Wash'ton 1 4 0 .200 93 107 I Lott lost four and then Blan (limit 2)) -
Team 11 S II y
Arc Dodge 8 Ja Western Confortnc I ton passed to lose for seven. A DePREE N.II. THROAT Pee... ., u.
Team 10Hiib a 1. Ball S 1 0 .750 132 74 pass was Incomplete and Per LOZENGES ... 6f. 2 for 69- Roguli" c
team same Team 1 with 23'HAIR
.40: bltb team ..rl.* Team 1 Detroit S 1 1 .750103 71 rault gained 11 for a first down Se .....,
wllb Bobbl.1IJ1.P.lbam; blab *Individual.111\ high Indlvld...n.. Green Bay S 2 0 .800 1.1() 81 lit the 1'3.Perrault. DePREE ALCOHOL :::,:" 2 for 59'
ual err.. BloulM Norman I"4; L. Angeles 2 2 1 ,500 2117 gained one yard then n..lbnw ...

141 record fame eel and In leicu U ..rl.- .Jean. Clay Minn. 2 3 0 .400 119 127 I another yard. Lott was held for ::: CURLERS
San Fran. Z 3 0 .400 103 US no gain and Blanton was thrownfor DePREES'MI; -RO.. e- 2 for ZTrtm '
Chicago 2 3 0 .400 115 151 a two-yard loss as the Ter- Famous Ponlgiyo.I

ParkwayContinued Saturday's Roiult tiers put up a real goal line defense D PRE E r 1. leftI.. Bouffant.. jumbo, or
Pittsburgh 23, Cleveland 7 and took over, at their e CAMPHOR .... die 2' 47 l.r. Rog. $1.90 -

Sunday's Result own three.

:" ( from pap t) New Washington York 13 33,Dalla Philadelphia 13, tie and Hart then gained two for three a first then down five at DePREE Castor Oil 2 e.. ;;T 2 for 43" 3 FOR $100

on Oct. 24. 20 'the T1J.

Scare ky Quarters Detroit 24. Minnesota 20 'I Hart fumbled and Lyman recovered DePREE PEROXIDE *: :.;':- 2 fa 33'
TOUCHDOWN RUN Charlie Hugglns. Titusville's"ace Parkway 0070-1 Chicago 38. Los Angeles 17 i at the T19 with one second CAT LITTER
in the hole', who waited until Friday night to Edgewood 0000-1 Green Bay 24, San Fran 14 left. Blanton fumbled and

prove his ability during this season, takes the first Parkway TD Parker 34 yard Monday's OamoSt recovered for a five-yard loss. DePREE T SON[ASTTAIIM AND ::,",,.::" 2 f... 1" S-Lb .*..c:.H PrideAIa..bent
steps on a 69-yard touchdown run at Lyman Friday end run (Puff run) Louis at Baltimore TItusville 27, Lyman I. (Limit 2)

night Huggins changed directions numerous times, 8 PJHS First Yardstick Downs CJHS 10 Detroit Nut at Sunday's Chicago Games DePREE Witch Hazel. fc.ISM; for 49It.'.

went backwards on one occasion, faked out two tacklers 128 Rushing Yardage 19:! Cleveland at Dallas EAEWAG04AS 311 ....... .22cmCll
and picked up many key blocks to make the 0 Passing Yard 33 Green Bay at Baltimore

run. The '63 All-County Quarterback appeared to 0.2 Passes (corn-alt) 5-8 Philadelphia at New York

be holding' beck, however Friday, beokw running 55 Yds. Penalized 50 Pittsburgh at Minnesota

the long touchdown, he passed to halfback David 1 Fumbles Lost 3 San Francisco at Los Angeles I ONLY { a'a *eto5A EdMow
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_ school Sunday School class at oeatly Mttrtaiaed Daft I tbcn they
spwt. some time
indian Rives city South Tif&asville NewsA the Church of the Open Bible la from Kta lj st n, N Y., at a die will ...... .......'. sister and
,Tampa. Here the family plaits to net parry Mr. Rats and Mr family Mr. and Mrs Thomas
attend the Assembly of God white work for tin saw com W. Career, to DMt.. N. Y
Hot Dog Jamboree will be Church I
pany. They then went
on to BingbamtoD -
aged at the Indian River Pla- He is employed by the Dow. N.Y., to visit relatives
Saturday October 17th. A Chemical Company as a GtMcqvalntod Cot?.* of Mr. Richmond Lastly Nw

t-dog stand and cold drinks '!, man. Boating and fishing draftr. A acquainted coffee w a!s visited friends in Mean, NY .
ill be set on the Plaza toice the
up among
pleasures
held at the home of Mrs Hobby and Lakewood, N.Y
funds for the benefit of this
lively family.
dabaugh, 315 CariyMe Avenue They arrived horn on Octo
e Coquina Elementary School looking forward to exploring the for txr 5th.
recently some of th having missed the hurricanes
'ety Patrol in this
Boys.e many waterways area.
newcomers to this area She and In this area. They found
group in charge of this I M'"hul; Mrs Rita Collura were hoetHaand their home intact and said fhcv
boree and Mr and Ruts and
spearheading es the guests of honor A'Mary never worried abort their Indian
collection of funds 'four children from ..
is Safety originally Warren River
Maggie Upwtn City home e ven
imtoee of the P.T A of Co I 'Allentown, Pa., are now living and Ann Louise RuU though they read about our bur
I School Co-Chairman of; M 6 I Iin our city- Their children are Those attending were Mrs rlcane visitors because if any"j
Committee are Mr. and i iI Paul ((6)), Joe (5)), Tina ((4)), Phyllis Lindsay, Mrs. Sue Stiles gone wrong their
Frank Simon and and Clara (2). neighbors
mem- Mrs. Patsy Lawson most
Mrs May certainly would _.
I bep! ., u-e Mr and Mrs. Greg I They attend St Teresa's Cats.N Partridge Mrs. Barbara Cromwell have written to them.
Steel. Mr and Mrs. Colton N olio Church and Ann Louise Mrs. Rita Collura and Mr. and Mrs. Richmond have ,jJt
Fooler I and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde I plans to Join the Catholic Woman's Mrs. Robby dabaugh. The been active in the Indian River

Stephens.'" k.1iU u Club. They have both been morning: was spent getting acquainted City Tourist Club for many v t
.I i ijbe Jamboree is scheduled to I 1 very active In Civil Air Patrol and enjoying coffee years and they are very activeIn
i fart at 9:00 a.m. and will funcfion work for the past seven years and doughnuts the Indian River Grange No.Sp"h.ttl .
during the whole day till 4T I. Mr. Ruts attends classes at Bi>- I Ill
I .1.00: p.m Funds derived from ? wow ib W1 yard Engineering College and is Old-Tlmws Horn Again Supper .j
i [the sale of the hotA'*' ant 4 working on his Master's degreein
[cold drinks and donations* t 1=, ft6 & Mathematics He ls employedby Mr and Mrs. Glen Richmondof Community helpfulness has
,
any I SM
the I.B.M. W Coquina Avenue, have once again been exhibited a<
at
made will go towards securjig T Company field Cap. Just returned home after spendIng many offers of help have been
Patrol Kennedy as a engineer.Personals
equipment for the boysOf i the summer In New York coming to the Education Department
the Safety Patrol. \ Stat. of the Indian Riser
The slogan of this Jamboree .s'' rt I City Woman's Club. wv! ,< r tjRponhuring
They first visited their
Committee is A recent visitor at the homeof son
"Help Keep Our George, and his wife at Eden a Spaghetti DmmrFrtdnv
Patrol Mr and Mrs. 0. D. Davis
Boys Safe and "
Dry on a .
tAU
: NY, a suburb of Buf eYl'n1na.- October
: was Mrs A. C. Russell from
Rainy Days" It will A
from the be seen "eit Marshall, Texas. Mrs. Russell Is falo. While there Mrs. Richmond at the Indian River City Fire
picture that the
only : Mrs. Davis' auntMr attended a King's Daughter! i
equipment HallMrs.
lion evidencing their fuitc- L4TL1 \ Camp for Junior Girls at the Allegheny D. 0, Kleffer. chairman .,
are the belts and *
metal badges worn the : and Mrs. B. E. Crow Stat Park. !of the dinner has reported that
by boys 1 \Ii Mrs, Ann Finn and Joe Matraso :. ...
They are in need of raincoats, have moved from hr to Colby, They spent some time on thIS
crash helmets, patch badges : Washington, where they plan to Thousand Islands on the St hove volunteered to be chefs n
[and possibly shirts in order to build their own home. Lawrence River The weatherwas fur that night
very cold says Glenn and The Indian River City VolunS .
secure of
uniformity dress. "
Illation equipment is Reg. COQUINA SAFETY PATROL The Coquina Ele- David Crocker Kenneth McCallister sc'geant, Mr and Mrs Paul Ruts re the fishing was poor, From IRC NIWS On P9 UHere's -
Deeded to make motorists urgently mentary School Safety Patrol Boys, shown with Steven Stonewall, Billy Conrad, captain, back row --- --- .
the designated school awaroif zone Safety Chairman Eddie Fine are, left to right: Richard Woerner, Michael Hawkinson Ronnie
rosslngs and the easiest way to Front row William Coleman Michael Richards Wheelus, Paul Bowen and Mike Marr, lieutenant. ,
snake them conscious of sue hrossings John Barker, Billy Bullard, Sidney Gills; second row "

is to have boys in regilation -
uniform. work a distance of almost I he says that these are few and Preston, all attending schools In a native of Daytona Beach .
Discussing the project with four miles. far between. Inquiry revealed the North Brevard area. They have one child Ricky,
Wrs. Simon, she said at least Fred is a polio victim with one !that he had tried time and againto Their eldest daughter, Pat, aged JtyyearsTheir .-
$300.00 was needed to fully equip leg shorter than the other, with find accommodation in Indian was honored last Sunday with a church preference Is 8 ... -
Bthis Safety Patrol in outstanding the result that he does River City nearer his work .
an birthday party at the home of Methodist Mr Upson Is employed ;1"" -." "
j and recognizable man- not walk like a normal person .but so far has been unsuccessful her parents She attends schoolat by N.A.S.A. at the Cape.
Iner. but virtually has to hobble. He and he either has to bobble Orlando Junior College. Mr. -,
comes from Trenton, N J., and to his Job or lose It. Randall Is employed by Southern Mr. and Mrs, Donald warren
Polio Victim has been in this area for the Plumbing Company. and their six children have moved What
Fred Serrine, age 46, lives at last 18 months. Newcomers T. Area here from Tampa, where ,, ,
the Garden Court Trailer Part He tells us that he had a polio Mr. and Mrs Albert Randall Mr. and Mrs. Richard Upson they lived for nine )'urs. Both
I in Titusville and works for the i attack at the age of seven and recently moved into this area and son, Ricky, of 820 Edgewood are originally from Missouri. ;..;..
I Indian River Drug Store at the has had to face life as a cripple from Orlando, and they live at Drive moved to Indian River I Children are Phil, (15)), David One
Indian River Plaza. Sunshine or ever since. Several motorists 221 Court Street They have with City from Holly Hill Mrs. Up- (13)), Cheryl ((11)), Diane .h
rain heat or cold, Fred can be II have, on occasion given him them four of their children son (Maggie) is a native of ((10)), Donna (8)) and Sam ((4)). -
seen every morning walking to a lift to and from work but Beth, Connie Leala and Huntsville Ala. and Richard is Mr, Warren taught a high i


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I Page 73 Tltusvlll' (Florid.) Star-Advocat.
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I Johnson, now almost an octogenarian visitors her father, Mr. W. L.

I Mims NewsBy I IRC News Is well and happy and II Nolan from Pelt, AIL ant her
Unkle and Ms
Uolyum although they miss old friends In brother Donald wife

Continue Frome Page 11 Indian River City. they are and two children.

to their preeent is In tHe Army and
Donald
Mrs Gladys McLtmbn the W M V." was presented with vtry happy
t leer Fireman's Auxiliary basal returned from M assignment

MTHMawtafa.Un. has Just
Ross, Mrs. Bur-
Mrs Lee
Phone M7-1M Larry ,
>(1 offered to help and M have in Hanau, Germany
Mime Fireman's Auxiliary will man Mrs Edward Hoses and other resident of this ...... Frankfurt. They are "top
meet Oct. 22 instead of Oct. 15, Mrs RolxMts taking part. ( The of this near
because of the public meeting Refreshments of lime Ice box proceeds project ping over a few days and then
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will towards
go purchasing his next
Donald to
regarding a community water : pudding and coffee were servedto books for the Library at Coquma Denote L. (DekXM\ ) Surreacy ment at goes Fort Bliss, Texas.assign

system scheduled to be held Mrs Ross, Mrs. Eugene Gilmore I 4 Elementary School Tickets of M5 Byron Avenue is

Oct. 15 at the Fin Station. Mrs. Booth Mrs. Daniel
for the dinner may be purchased home again after htvtaf been in
Lord Mrs. Lloyd Racktey, Mrs. .
from any member of the the University Hoapital in MadamMUrY
Circle Meets Burman Mrs. John Kennedy,
Indian River Woman's Chub observation and
City Gainesville for
The Alice GavenU Circle of Mrs. Betty Queckenberg M r I.HellSll. Wai, 111 ten yew "" 'I sew know.
at the
the First Baptist Church of and Mrs. Robert Mack. darn many tuna ...' on By the way, yew Crab Smashers or door.Farmer treatment.

Mims met recently at the homeof I around old TUyviUe them days I almost fergot tow toll All her three children are I -

Mrs. P. W. Roberts Jr., with : W.M.U. Meets that port Old Foot jilt can't yew that the next meetin' at home again with she and her I I Can -

Mrs. Joe Booth as chairman W.M.U. of the First Baptht keep up anymore, what with i Packwoods will be Friday nite, CitboM husband. This family has bad a I ) :

presiding. Church of Mimi met Tuesday folks bavin' them Bobby Kennedy October 30th an' Id gonna be a Word has been received from siege of hospitaBsation and we help you ,
the church with Mrs. Lee style swimmuT pool parties Hollyween Costume Party. I I will rod year
After the business meeting a at !Mrs. Robinson for that better days
Marguerite sincerely hope lift' poet.
the first meetin' of the Ant! that a crock of entire
entitled "Worship and Ross, the president" calling the sorgum : i 0
program many years a citizen of this I are In store for them. pr 4mt, futurtl
meeting to order. Coon Holler Crab Smashers an'Oyster mollassis fer yew. (Mr. Edytor) PENSIVE PACKAGE Car where she All Readings

IN THE THE NINTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF ; Mrs. J. E. Boatwrlght, prayer Shockers SassUfty up If yew got anything planned ler roll Baker, siar of Allied community old Blue Water Motel.operatedthe Marguerite Confldertlal.DaIIY .

IN AND FOR BRIVARD chairman, read the prayer there at Packwoods, an' all this Old Fun on Saturday the 31st Artists "Station Six-Sahara", and her mother M r.. 7 AM to 10 PM

COUNTY LAW NO. FLORIDA 1412NOTlflt calendar and led In prayer. dam fool nonsense about movin' Jlst length it. is caught In a reflective mood Nellie Johnson are now \living Visitor PI.YMO TH, FLA

ftr KII.K MM Plans were made for the new the Court House; Its plain nerve fthe from the Mr. and Mrs. Bert Christian 2 Miles North of Apopka
in scenes with
STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT: : rack-in' On Be seein' y'all one o Marguerite's daughter,
top of all that I
OP FLORIDA in Agency of the year. see Unkle Fud slzzljng and suspensful des Beverly and .her husband whois of S15 Byron Avenue!have as On Highway 441
where UNKLE --- ---
Crud's -- -
Bll of florid. Mrs. Uoyd Rackley the grandsoncant I
proram ..
Petitioner ert film, which plays at the an M.D. in San Mateo California. '
file
law suits
... [ chairman, presented the anymore
:MARTHA F. CONKLINO el III., program, "0, Worship T h eKing (which I Is a boon tew progress). I Bond Florida Theatre through I your interests in thespace programare
Defondtnti.NOTICE Purchases that Mm
OF EMINENT: DOMAIN ." Mrs. Robert Barker Inl Holiday Inn Is cumin' tew town. Wednesday Marguerite says ,
-- ---------- ----- --- GURNEY'Sspecial
rnoClCEDlNO: the group In singing, "0, Worship Quality Court and Dutch: Pantry I I I ,-- Congressman
NAME!: AND BY THH
IN THE
AUTHORITY OF THE! STATIC the King" and she sanga Is already butldin' an' come I concern.

OF FLORIDA, solo, "How Great Thou Art". this Thursday there's gonna be legal I $dO51In
CITY OF TITUSVILLE
,
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN As of
member Space
of your 1
a big whlng ding a dcdycash-
and to all pcrioni and A duet was presented by Mrs ..
pirtlnl hiving. or claiming. .any Robert Barker and Mrs. Eugene un of the new Broyhill Building Committee, staunchly supported '
right, title, Interest, erlate. morl- Spaie Appropriation He's
down south U.S.
10.0, or other lien to or In he Gilmore. on Highway 1 August Notice of Public HearingThe : '
ptrccl of land hereinafter Sandwiches, cookies and coffee :1 constant '*
orlbcd and the following pononl. ernoon on the fifteenth the East Space Progratii Keeps
together with all unknown pertou were served by Mrs. P. W. Brevard counllans purchased watch over all SMC; legislation ;
claiming by, through or under Central Florldy Plannin' Coun-I City of Titusville will hold a public hearing on
Roberts Jr. Mrs. Daniel Lord I4H6.051! in E and H Savings so important to our ar..a.
known penona who are dead or : ,
oil\ and the Broyhill Tuesday October 27, 1964 at 7:30 p.m. In the Council Roomto ,1
Develop-
who .art not known to be dead or and Mrs. Robert Pack to Mrs. Bonds during August bringingthe roils M/N Of ACTlOfl In Ha N.fisn'l C.fl'ol N
alive ment Is hear Interested In regard to:
Corpurrashun jointly persons
SECTION 70OO-240I STATE Emory Jones Mrs John Kennedy i total for the first eight keep Edward JeGURNEY
havln' tew do with Important
ROAD 0 II-9S BRRVARD Mrs. Caldwell Mrs. a big months of 1964 to 2,982,768, 80.1 !
COUNTY NAMES & ADDRESSES Roy people Invited from all A request for a variance in set back mtrietiens.
EdlesUm Mrs. E. V. per cent of the quota set for the I ..
Once Klalda. George over. Jlst tew think hit twarent This application has been made by Sherman Campbell
P. O. Box Bit !t
Noah. Utah Tier, Mrs Hoyt Mack, Mrs. tew many years ago that them county. For property located on the southeast corner of Dum- I

RRD 159.1 IW.t 1W.I Jim West, Mrs Orin Tucker, I mit Avenue and Union Street ::
"Tim
ew Kwan" Indians w a sspearin' This places Brevard in the ,. .
Joan C. KI.UUP. Mrs. Boatwrlght Mrs. Tommy I tc'"U. I A M'0.ief'..0'E".cu.y..... .."IM.c"Ca.aArw.......
O. Box ins mullet In the Indian upper bracket as the stale as
Much Utah. Jamison, Mrs. E. W. Spires The legal description of which \Ill in congress
River[ an' roastln' em over a a whole has attained only 68 6 I
John Klilda,HRD Jr. 158.1 1B9.2. 1M.3 Mrs.. Marvin Stiealy, Mrs. Barker campfire rite about where L.C. per cent of its quota through ********************* **A*
P. O. Box 6116 Mrs. Gilmore Mrs. Elna Crofton's desk now sets. Aug. 31.Purchases, Lot 1, Block 11, Read and Allen Subdivision Sea I

Moth Utah 111... Evans, Mrs J. M. Price, Sr., tion 3, Township 22, Range 35, as recorded In Plat Ii i -
SRD 150.1 180.2. I
Dawgone them
Louis' Kl.ld.. Mrs. J. 0. Sharpe, Mrs. Charles hope we get of E and H Savings Book 2 at page 20, Brevard County, Records.
P. O. Box 695 Mrs. Ross Mrs. white way street lamps one day
Thompson Bonds in Florida during
Moab We dew CITY OF TITUSVILLE
need
UtahRRD 159.1, 159.2 1N.I Charles Poole and Mrs. Rack- soon mire llghtln'up August showed better than a 3 CITY OF TITUSVILLEby
Ella Mil PaxtonP. our town at night and wooden
O. Box 615 ley. it be if per cent Increase over August, Margaret Cooper
purty they waz
Cleburoe, Terse strung 1963 with
purchases totaling $0- Public
Notice of Hearing
SLID 1B9.1. 15I.1. 109.1 all the way clean threw from City Clerk
OertU I* Setter Mr. and Mrs. Peggy D. Wha- north tew south Hot dlggity 758,709 as compared with $8,-
P. O. Box Gas of Brook Inc. and M 550,943 for the same month In
ley r a.
b, I'lnh Sophrony wood think she waz In hold public hearing onTuesday
Wo Oct. 12 (Mon.) 19&4.CITY. I THe City of Titu vW will a
1963. E Bonds
Mabel were higher by
OKI 1M.1; 159.2 196.3 Carpenter of Hebron
:Robert A, Ratter Ind., have been recent visitors Noo York City 1.2 per cent and II Bonds show October 27, 1964 .t 7:30 p.m. in the Council Room
P. O. Box 6116 Wal Cuzzln Helen and Cuzzln in regard to:
ed an excellent Increase of to hear Interested persons
Moth, Utah with their cousins, Mr. and Mrs II
Nancy M. BoirlghtJM BRD 159.1, 1C9.2 150.8 11.[ C. McLendon and Mr. and George waz up vlsitln' us In the nearly 20 per cent.
Holler. They come from down
Grand Street Mrs. Bill Trudeau, and uncle, A request for I variance In set back restrictions to allow .1.I .1i
Council Bluffa Iowa there tew Bocy Raton an' they For the first eight months of OF TITUSVILLE
William Aclklns. I construction of a carport and screened patio.
Joseph Tltkoi RO IM.t waz Jlst bug-eyed at the way 1964 purchases of E Bonds In the

P. O. Box out Tldyville Is a growln'. state were barely under the
:Moeb Utah. Notice of Public HearingThe This application has been made by Lola M. McIntosh
BUD No. 160.1, 1B9.2, 150.8 GOP Names 17 I reckon I ought tew tell yew same period in 1963 and H
Mary Box Kl.lrt. Tllkoa more about what's gonna happen Bonds were under last year by and Rueeell J. Hughes, represented by Crofton Brewer
p O. 685
Moab, Utah down there alongside the about 17 per cent. Nationally City of Titusville will hold a public hearing on and Holland

END 159.1, 1501, 1M.S new Broyhill Bulldin' but I'll sales for the year-to-date on Tuesday October 27, 1964 at 7:30 in the Council Roomto
SECTION 7080-406 STATE To ExecuiivoThe : p.m. For property U7 and 169 East Park Drive, Circle
ROAD 0 I-9M) BRUVAKU: Jlst wait till the dedycashun Is Aug. 31, were an even 5 per hear interested persons In regard to:
COUNTY DESCRIPTIONS I over an' then I'll spill all I cent lower than In 1963. Park Subdivision, Tituivilio, Florida
SRO No 169.1, 1501, 158 8
HAUL ROUTE ... erg A request to rezone the following described property

HAUL NO.ROUTE 14 LEFT FOR or BORROWPIT STATION ,-ur f lllee from Its present R-lb classification to an BR classificationto Th. legal description of which Is:

J2NH-74.38 PART) CITY OF TITUSVILLE allow a Landscape Nursery The North 24.08 ft. of South 57.92 ft. of Lot 1, Block

That Tb.part NW'4 oft of NE'i Went of The Brevard County republican 1, Circle Park S/D and the North 24.0S ft. of South

Interstate Highway 05. In Executive Committee held Notice of Public HearingThe This application has been made by Mr. Frank Romans 82.00 ft. of Lot 3, Block 1, Circle Park SID, according
Section 13, TowiMIilp 91 South, I
Rang 84 Rail, its final meeting of 1964 on Oct For property located at the northwest corner of Holiday to plat recorded In Plat Book 18, page 63,
lying South and within 50 feet of 6, at which time the following I Florida.
Record Brevard
a line described aa follows: Commence 17 new members were elected to City of Titusville will hold a public hearing on Lane and Garden Street. Public of County,

on the South boundary ot the Tuesday, October 27, 1964 at 7:30 p.m. In tIM Council Roomto
Townnhlp SI SouthRune. committee with precinct
o.o818'Ea The legal description of which Is:
411.45feet CITY OF TITUSVILLE
at a point designated: Hear Interested persons In regard to:
Wait from the Boutheaat sorter

IO'SO'31"thereof run thenoe North Mrs. ji., 111. :Wltttaker!( ((44)), A request to reione the following described property Lots 11 and 12, Blok 1, Morgan's Subdivision: as by Margaret Cooper
Welt 5543.48 feel to the Shackelford City Clerk
Bough of bnglnnlng! run thence Dave $ ((44)(' ; Mrs. from Its present R-lb classification to an R-3 classificationto recorded in Plat Book 7, page 7, Public Records of
W'34'23" Weit (70.M feet to Kay Kovac ((27)), Mr. 'and Mrs
the Northeaat corner of Borrow allow apartments. Breverd County, Florida 0:1. 12 (Mon.) ,'''.
Pit No 14, and tbe end ot aid Don Hamish ((9), Olan Kershaw
Iino. : (8), Sid MartM ((21)) Ben Barn A public hearing will be held before the Planning and:
Coniilnlnr' 0.48 more or lea This application has been made by Mr. Porter Hart,
'k'1i well (10)), RIchard Thompson Commission Wednesday, October 21 1944.
OWNED BY: J KIVIDA, JR Zoning on ,
representing W. S. Jenkins and John
and wife GRACE! KIS1DA ROB. owners L. Carter
; I ((11)), Paul Hall ((22)),
J KT A. BATTER and wife 1
OF TITUSVILLEby
OERTI8 L. BATTER MARY Mrs Margaret O'Shaughnessy I For property located at tho southwest corner of Whispering CITY

KI8IDA JOSEPH TITKOS TITKOg; .and LOUIS husband K1H- I (32)), John and Ellyn Park ((9). Hills Road and Gifford Street. Margaret Cooper CITY OF TITUSVILLE

IDA and wife JOAN C. KIBIDA Bob Stafford ((49)), Owen Carew City Clerk

SUBJECT TOl MORTGAGE recorded (15)), Dolly Luxton ((43)), Tom The legal description of which Is:

5 In favor. la O.ot R.KATHBRINtb Book :543 page H. Hunnlcutt ((12)), Adele French Oct 12 (Mon) 19S4.CITY. Notice of Public HearingThe

HATCH F. HATCH.and JR husband: and ROBERT MORT- ((11)), and Bob Glgous ((12)). Begin 20' south and 210 east of the NW corner of I

OAOB recorded In O. R. Hook Cliff Reuter, chairman an- the NEV of the northeast V. of Section 9, thencerun City of Titusville will hold a public hearing on

6 MAE 42. page PAXTON 12 In favor of ETTA nounced that this year for the South 420', th.nc. East 250', thence North 420', I Tuesday, October 27, 1964 at 7:30 p.m. In the Council Roomto

TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration first time, trophies will be pre thence West 250' to aha point of beginning; being OF TITUSVILLE hear Interested In regard to:
of Taking baa been filed In persons
the above-etyled cause by the sented to the two precincts show part of the NEV. of the" NEV4 of Section 9, Township

Petitioner theee ,proceeding the acqulrln of authorityof the telling ing the best precinct effort 22 South Rang 35 East, Brevard County, Florid. Notice of Public HearingThe I A request to mono the following described property

of the above-deicrlhed landa from its present GU claserKcatien to a 8R classification to
for the purpoee Set forth In the The chairman acknowledged j A public hearing will be held before the Planning and City of Titusvillo will hold a public hearing on I allow a Shopping Center.

Petition pita in and thin haul cause routea, via.for: Aa a portion borrow the dollgent efforts of all members Zoning Commission on Wednesday, October 21, 1964. Tuesday, October 27, 1964 at 7:30 p.m. In the Council Roomto

of State Road No. I (1-05) In of the committee and asked hear Interested persons In regard to: / Thin application has been made by Emmerich Handler .

the Brevard Honorable County,Vaaear Florida H., and Carlton that, that his gratitude be conveyedto j CITY OF TITUSVILLE I and Murray Kloinmenn, retwestnred by Joe D. Marheny.

one of the JUII... of the Circuit all workers. lie also emphasized by Margaret Cooper A request to rezone the following described property I

Court Florida of the. will Ninth on Judicial the loih I Circuitof day that there. is still a City Clerk from its present R-3 classification to a BR classification to For property located on the southeast corner of pro.

of October, A. 1>. 11164. .at H:30: need for more workers and any allow a small convenience center for a 110 unit apartment I posed Knox-McRoo Read. and proposed Barna Avenue."
P.M., In the Ilrevard County Oct. 12 (Mon.) 1944.
Courthouee at Tltuavllla Florida assistance with the Republican development.
: The .legal description of whieh Is:
conildor old Declaration ot Taking campaign will be appreciated i
appoint ppralaen, and make _ ,.weae.eq l.w\e
u This has been made Heftier Construction
application by
auuh Order ai the Court deems LEGAL DISCRIPTION PARCEL "C"

all proper.partlna; All Iolerestet::: : the y.u appear and Company

ajid be heard at the time and Commencing at tho Northwest corner of the Northeast
invitationto For property located on the east side of Lee Road,
place deilgnated
your 1of Section 21, Township 22 South Range 35
You and each of you are hereby north of Gibson Street.
commanded to appear by filing ; PLEASURE last Inward County Florida; run thence North
as Aniwer to the heretofore
filed In thla coupe In the entitled The legal description of which Is: If degrees ll'M". West along the North line of the

Court, on or before Nov.im- Northwest '* of said Section 21, 78.90 feet; thence
bnr ,
!B 1M4 to show what right
title Intertit or lien you or any Legal Description South I degrees $s' 12" West, 35.00 feet to the Pont;
of You, have. In and to the abov.- The North 235' of Wet 214' of a parcel of land lyIng
I lend herein described thence
described land.. and show cllu.e of Beginning of the ;
why the lame ihould not be Ukmi ROYAL OAKc UONLR: AND In the N. W. V* of Sec. 10, Township, 22 South, South 0 degrees 51'12" West 72.63 feet to tho Pointof
for the owe and purposes id forth
In the Petition filed herein CLUE R.ng.35 East, Brevard County, Florida being more Curvature of circular curve concave Westerly
WITNESS my Hand and the particularly described as follows: From the N.W.
Bra) of till Court on this Oth day having a radlw of IMS feet and a central angle of
et October, A.D. 10 4.CURTW Corner of Lot 9, Block G, Gibson Park, Sec. A, as 21 degrees 13M"; thence Southerly along the arc
R. DARNEl recorded Plat Book 13 41 the Public Records .
In Page of
CLERK OF THE: CIRCUIT of said curve, M1.41 feet to the Point of Tangency
COURT IN AND FOR RRE- INITIATION FiEWAIVED of Brevard Florida North along
County, run
22 11'2" West
VARJ COUNTY. FLORIDA. of said'< BT: Alice M. Maitenon the Easterly right-of-way line of Lee Read 250 Ft. le.28 feet; thence South N degrees 4 '55" East,

tl1CAI.I Deputy Clerk to the point of beginning; thence continue north 312.70 foot; thence North 11 degrees 22'05" East,

IAMBS J. RICHARDSON along said line 514.41 Ft. to a point on the southerly 42'05" East
IW.lt 57
HOLLAND BUILDING foot; thence North degrees ,
TALLAHASSEE! FLORIDA line of Read and Allen Subdivision as recordedIn 196.92 feet; thence North 46 degrees SS'05" East,
or COUNSXL FOR THE 2 20 Public Records of I
Plat Book Page of the
PETITION SR. i 215." ftet to I point on the arc of a circular curve
i Oci 1t. 10. II. Nov. t Moo.) ItMI4. UNTIL COMPLETION OF CLUB HOUSE Brevard County, Florida; thence S. 19 degrees 07' concave Sevthweeterly having a radius of *45 feet;

DEADLINE 8 p.m. Day Before U" E. along the southerly line of said Read A AI. thence Northwesterly along! the arc of said curve,
Publication for Wed. Ion Subdivision 775.C Ft. thence south parallel to
Fri. 11 A.M. Bat For MOD. LOTS AVAILABLENow ; through a central angle. of 14 degrees 57'Ot", e distance .
Publication the" easterly rlght-of,way line of Lee Read W7.7I
of of said
WANT AD RATES Yearly Memberships of 5M.M feet to the point tangency
I ante per word Under Development Ft. to a point of Intersection with a line that Is 250 curve, said point( tying 35 feet South of the North
M nl Me Ft. northerly of end parallel with the north lines
ALL CLASSIFIED ADS Hue of me Northeast 1.f Mid Section 21; thence
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE: In Section No. of Gibson Park Sections A, B, C, as recorded inP.B.
North M degree 5P45" West, 35 feet South of and
Except Clajtltled Eatabllibod Dlaplay Account Rate FAMILY SOCIAL AND GOLF $$300 Q ( 13, P. 41)), (P.B. 14, P. 9)), ( P.B. 14, P. 53)). parallel t* me North line of the Northeast H of

The Available Star-Advocate on Requeit recerventhe Inside LotsMinimum respectively all of the Public Records of Brevard Section. 21, a 4ht_ of 131.16 feet; thence North

privilege, of reviling or rejo INDIVIDUAL SOCIAL AND GOLF $$250 10' x 150' $$3950 County, Florida; thence N. 19 degrees 34' 30" W. *. degrees<< *T4 Wee. M feet South of and parallel
ting any advertliemeni line 250 Ft. northerly of said Gibson -
said
which It deems objectionable along being to mo North .HIM of Mid Northwest V. of Section 21,
and to Change the ciawifllon Park Section, A, B A C distance of 774.92 Ft. i
( a
On Golf
Lots Course
<>.r any achrrtliu-innu from ihatiinlrred FAMILY SOCIAL $$150 a elstenco of N." fat to tho Point of Beginning.
to I'onfurin to the pnl- H..H..H tithe point of beginning.A
Is v of iSle pop A pebble heertu will be hoW before me and
Planning
$$6950ROYAL
,.Tbe 1fI.. Ad,,?...1, nlll nil INDIVIDUAL SOCIAL $$100 110', x (150' public hearing wHI be hoed before the P+MM* g and
10 ZftMtog C..w'r WI leads October 21 1964.
.oJonolbl, t" el"tr then . . 21 1964. M y ,
nun lie urorl 111..rll" u01 will' Zoning Commission on Wednesday, October ,
It lie liabliailvcrtlkinanu, for anv .rror In I CITY OF TITUSVILLE
to a greater extent CITY OF TITUSVILLE
loon Ib* coat of the apace GOLF ANDCOUNTRY by Margaret Cooper
oceuplril l>v the Item In the ad- OAK by Margaret Cooper
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p5E5 LQdDED, T Mpt ACROSS!! 49.Surrender tt.!*** iII Almost as instant as a spark from a spark find us quick on our feet and fast with s ',,('k.
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EE AND r t rBAi ; .Unable a end of plug in your car's motor that's usually bow fast

... .., 01\' ravrsl:o to find DOWNtChtp drift- we can make you a loan to buy a new or used You'll find our leans large, and our rate-

\ iER I ". the way log car. reasonable. Well outline a monthly paymt'nplan
a..1'oIUh city 3.Nocturnal See
/ .=, mopentiom buds JO. ? r you can take without strain or pain.
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tl .", 1I.sdttsr. 4.Kind of of e 1raneda Were young: new bank, so we are anxious to You can talk to us about your loan even ho I

) < bird Judea get new Business and make new friends, so you'll fore you decide which car you want to buy.
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T.Mathemat. 36 UApreeldrnt 33.rather:: INDIAN RIVER PLAZA

t5.Uxlvlam abtr. Food leal term M.ConclN U.Exdalnao oolloq. brevard national bank STATE ROAD 50 I

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MY UTTL6CNUDREN MTipOTO
could while bedsheet I stooda I .1. 14 -
Dear Ann Landers: ironing a 4'

kiss you for printing that letter little too close to the board I bird Wading := I If
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from Lady Godiva, the woman and burned my stomach. Nothing 44. Mother 0/ 4I Y'/ TUNKEDIj f I.I

who enjoys doing her house serious just painful ofZeim 10'II ,)}

work in the nude. Please warn the girls. ME- : .Ij

For years I thought maybe 1 IN TilE FLESH I longer a nudist) STILL IN NINTH TOil JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT, IN .IJ j

was a freak because I do the Dear You: Sorry about your I BLUSHING AND FOR BHKVARD CXUINTY J

same thing. Naturally I've never stomach, Dearie. Take note, Dear Blushing: The next let. STATE. OF FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY

breathed my secret to a soul Jaybirds. ter from Kansas City may be a NO Wild J. t
Other hazards of prancing comfort THE VULLlAMSBmQH HAVING
husband. I was
not even my
BANK a New Yak corporation
;I greatly relieved when you said about unclothed are describedin Dear Ann: I wonder if Lady ,
, immoral sick the next letter from LouU- item in the Plaintiff
it was neither nor Godiva saw the news
and that so long as she kept her yule paper about an Ohio housewife GEOnOE!: H. SI CALL,DffimdanU.NtlTlfK tt at. 1015

shades down it was nobody's Dear Ann Landers: I used to She was doing her laundry in '' Or III IT

business. do my housework in the nude the basement and Impulsively THE!: STATIC or FLORIDA ._.
TO OKUHOK H. MoCALL tad
Tm a woman In my 40's who but a recent experience cured decided to take off the soiled BUBUIE 1. MoCALL bit

also enjoys the freedom of doing me. Our minister expressed the housedress she was wearing and wife.wtioM. WHAT PO WU WtKTNUTOKlMR. tnia 'Ynt u1"r7T
redden unknown.. I
her housework in the nude. wish to see our new baby. The throw it Into the machine. Notion li hereby Ivan thai lull VAN CW BLER, .AMRNATHV *AINTCOMCTHINA Na"ihM'I $
re* MAT
time set for his visit was 2.00: b.. h.... flied la the shove Indl A ( ,
WANT TO
I can bend and stretch, unen Her hair had just been set ir catad Court ataloit you, and ...b I
cumbered. Now I zip right i pm. pin-curls and the pipes overheadwere of u'd eanlnat: David K.Miller IMPRCS9YUM t IxALTLY 1 a V0Y
house in I was fresh out of coffee She her and h.lva B Millar, fcle YUM 1 / 1 1I 1It
through this eight-room leaking. spotted vies. the till of which c... U .. 0 DAY AND
less than two hours. Thank cream and phoned my neighbor son's football helmet and put it above ahown. J&E1ICVSYOU

you, Ann. You've made me very to ask if she'd bring over on her head. There she was, You...,.....h.rbr, or wrillss required defenneaIf to Nisyour CAN I p hflt Mf I 4p

happy. ANOTHER JAYBIRD. half a bottle. She said, "111 be stark naked (except for t h It any In tha above procaarilna HELA G I
with the Clark or this Court and
Dear Bird: Apparently I made there in a few minutes." football helmet), then she to ....v. a copy Ihnreof upon tha )0X

a great many women happy. A I was rushing around (in tho heard a cough. The woman plaintiff attorucva whom. etna I
and addraa ......,. .......n. on orbpfura
staggering number of housewives nude, as usual) trying to get the turned around and found herself the 80 d., of Oil. 1W4.\ the !( I

wrote to confide that they, house tidied up when the doorbell staring into the face of the meter lull nature In ef foreilnae tola prweedlne lot lion; brine of a a I 1

too, enjoy cleaning house in the rang. I grabbed a face towel reader from the Gas and mortiam on the following dos"H- %

altogether. Here's another Jaybird to wrap around my middle so Electric Company. bed property, Honda iltuata, to-wit In, Un..dCounty pI2W

from Memphis: I could reach out for the cot As he headed for the door his Lot li. Block R, Howe Oars
Godiva fee cream. I opened the door only comment was, "I hope d..n. N.rllnn J. aornrdtn 'It aa: M 7coooaQ HNtTHAT w/u v51t3AeRH'OHT 1lLiHAGwl41515tt2JRiNNa
Dear Ann: Tell Lady I map'or plat thor....' rtwurilril WPpoita0i AHD -
she's not crazy and she's not quickly and shouted, "Boy, amI your team wins, Lady In fist Hunk U Pan. 16 pub MR TOIeTNaN.gN 71AId1aiWA

alone. I've been doing my glad to see you Honey! Ann Landers will be glad to lie Florida Hworda, aim uf known Buivard.collm.; aBraNATHYH.W i WHAT D0.. ?

housework in my birthday suit To my everlasting shame it help you with your problems ttmath.ra Circle, Lau 0.111., MACH
Florida.DONK AAH VU
for 20 years. I consider myself was the minister. He was so Send them to her in care of AND ORDERED .t TI. AcFCRloua I

normal and intelligentAs I' startled his glasses almost fed this newspaper enclosing a tuavllle,. Krov.nl this alII County.day uf Mate C.U1emb.r ofFlorida j p3

a bride I was forever sewing off. He mumbled "I'll be back stamped addressed envel IoM.ICeurt No1F af o 1
week when I can bring ope. Meal fl
torn seams and restitching next CURT R. DARKEN t

pockets which had caught on my wife." See The COURT CLERIC. or THC: CIRCUIT

knobs. One day I took off my I slammed the door shut and By V. R Bpanibr. DC. 41

housedress when I got soaked to Just sat there and shook for 2') Star AdvocateFor ROES, WIGHT Natloaal* Hash IIURrnKDAnwrlean Btdf. 8141

the skin. (A frying pan ploppedinto minutes. To this day I'm una YourPrinting P. O Ho. llMm Ill rT -
the dishwater.) I so enjoyedthe ble to look him in the face t.raburc for flulntirfHnpt. Florida M7MAttornaya I t l a

feeling of freedom that I (P.S. You can be sure I'm no Needs! 55, Oct. I. U..!.'_Moa) 1M4,

have been cleaning house in the

nude ever since.I RepresentingMutualt JIM'S TV MORTGAGESFHA

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I House Cleaning? Don't Throw It Away, Sell It For CashSpecial I TODAY'S



BEST BUYS
For Rent
Notice GLAMOR GIRLS Help WantedMALI !LAKEVIEW HILLS Tl11'
Help WantedMRS. ENVELOPES Business Sizes,
DUPLEX FOR RENT beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 full
for mailing Full stock at
TeIepas" . HELP WANTED bath home can be yours for
Day 3674008 2 BEDROOM duplex, refrigerator HOUSEWIFE Star.Advocate. just $450 down with Fin
Night .,.Jm19 and stove, furnIshed, 30 TO 66 BELL BOYS to work at Howard terms or nothing down with)
ALCOHOLICS elsie in, 267.7900.FURNISHED Johnnon's Motor Lodge, VA terms. It features WPM
ANONYMOUS DO
need for thosemtras
you money .
If you want to drink, tbat't your two bedroom,, we always seem to Call 267 7900. Inghouse 'Whispalre ceo
NEW HOMES! tral heat and
air condition
business. If you want to stop large rooms and closets, terrain miss? I need 5 ladies for survey EXPANDINGWe Ing ducted to every
drinking, that'i our business. ) floors, tile bath, all electric work, U does not interfere are starting our second The kitchen is complete room

kitchen, $110. Phone with your houswork phase 2ff training If you are WE HAVE 'EM I with a built.In range and
Animals 2670748. Work 4 hours a day, S day a over would like to oven, abundant cabinet
week. $125 to $150 per hour. join one of Florida's tastes and counter
and
HOUSES FOR RENT See district manager 317H growing vales forces. Promotion LIT US HELP YOU SI!. I breakfast area.space The total

2 HOUND DOGS for sain, Walk. AIR CONDITIONED, furnfohed Washington Room Ave. 910 am. set from 3060 day LECT YOUR NEW HOME I price Is a low. low $13.900
2.MALE
er!. 367-8674 after 12 noon. or unfurnished, 3 bedroom., basis. We will train you to FROM THE LARGEST I and $7995 monthly pays
carporte, 2506 W. Tropic or your career. Must be bondable OFFERING OF NEW I principal interest and mortgage .
Boats For Sale 527 S. WashIngton HELP WANTED and have a car have desire RESALE HOMES IN THE I Insurance. Buy now

LARGE MULTI.LINE Insurance to make top bracket mon TITUSVILLE AREA. and move in immediately
ON WHISPERING Hills Golf,, will hire ey. See Co. Rep.. Room 2317V4 ,
OUTBOARD agency experienced
SPECIALSALL Course, sale or rent, 2 bedrooms life Insurance agent. This I.a is WashIngton 9-10 a.m. LET US SHOW YOU 810-FOREST HILLS. Largenew

2 baths Florida room,, home in fine location.
1963 MODELS ARE golden opportunity with unlimited FOOD
den, electric kitchen, dish. leads drawing account STOREROOM clerk ROYAL OAKS 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths,
NOW IN STOCK over 21, with experience
washer, heating, air conditioning available. Send resume toP pre. family room. Wall to wall
STOP BV AND SEE THEM! washing machine,, 0 Box 1691, Titusville ferred 1241. Call Mrs. Santos, 267 C IMPERIALESTATES carpet throughout entire
close to schools and shopping Qualified will be contacted for 'I home. Fireplace and foyer
ROGERS OUTBOARD Carporte, large fenced yard, Interview Lost Huge two car garage. Priced

1103 Garden St 267.641* furnished or unfurnished,, -- -- I at $22,000.814Need I
seen by appointment. 267-5212, DRIVERS WANTEDFor
Building & Con st.1'IDY Cocoa 636.5884. REWARD LEADING to returnor COLONIAL I a furnished home.
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whereabouts of black
a with low monthly .
CONSTRUCTION, rat OFFICE FOR RENT I [100121 old established Florida leather flight bag. Hicks & HEIGHTS Then see this payments well

dentlals Ingle identification on bag cared for 3 bedroom, 1 bath
.commercial 12 years in and Titusville remodeling .- OFFICE service space AND ,Retail choice locationsnew Sales or S tIe,....,a.Syafaiu,t...1964 W.y H.W turn-* Co. Regular employment, Contains documents and bus'incas WHISPERING. I home. This completely furnished .

Licensed and bonded. buildings. "With paid vacations plus other papers Call 863-164 home Includes TV-
Sydney Sis .
Phone AM 72326.Business Schwartz, 1141 S. Hopkins. stopping at every phone booth and the days 623 3026 nights. HILLS set, air conditioner refrigerator .
2676100. pups at every butcher shop, I thought we'd valuable fringe benefits. etc. The total price

PropertyBEST NEVER get back home!" Mobil Home RIVER PALMS is a low $10,000 with $65 35
ROOMS FOR RENT Call 2675900or monthly Includes all.
TRAILER FOR RENT

Improved STORE lots location; large; duplex ocean SLEEPING ROOMS for. rent on For Sale contact Mr. Grimm BRENTWOODWHISPERING 840D-Large 4 bedroom, 2
riverfront. Call 267 3238. I Help Wanted BEDROOM trailer for rent bath home, located outside
site; easy terms: phone
SMALL UPRIGHT 501 Orange Ave. reasonable Crandall Traile
PIANO the city limits Brick front.
267-1481 a
Kuettner. Tltusville. PRIVATE ENTRANCE and bath Refinished Park, Mims
and in excellent I Central heat 2
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1 2 TitusvilleNATION'S car garage
or men, $10 ,
weekly phone
CampingHunting 267-2090 playing condition 207-6385 FEMALE HELP WANTED 11 BEDROOM, 10 wide trailer LAKES Priced at $17,300, $900 dn

FURNITURE DISCOUNT LARGE FASTEST growing for rent. Adults only. 400 Oak and approx. $135 monthly.
MULTI
ALUMINUM CAMPED for MAID SERVICE and TV, also SALES. Mattresses LINE insurance food chain, has several openings Ave. Osceola Trailer Park, PEMBROOKE
offered
al I will
agency hire with I I
lady Auto
short wide bed Chevrolet pick apartment for 2 or 3. 527 S. warehouse prices See us to Hre and Home in the Titusville area 267.5983. 841WHISPERING. Hills,
owners experience Pre owned 3 bedrooms
Washington. ,
$250. 2676470. Permanent position liberal 't
up. day, 2111 Garden St. very
Nidy Top Salary paid. Send company benefits, good TRAILERS FOR SALE C AND OTHERS bath, in fine location. Big
CAMPER, REASONABLE. See ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen 261.1926.Shopping Center. 2675733 or resume to P. 0 Box 1691, starting salary, must have lot, carport, 2 utility rooms,
at second bouse north of privileges, TV and washer. Titusville. Qualified applicantwill high school education, over TRAVEL TRAILER 18 ft., -With separate dining area $16
AM 7.2 83 after 5 be contacted for interview. sleeps 4, 9 x 13 insulated alumInum .
150.00
Kelly' Block plant Mima. p.m. BUNDY CORNET and case,, I 21, and desire a position for with $650 down.

IN PRIVATE home for refined good playing condition, $35,: RECEPTIONIST Must have the future. Contact the 7'Eleven lot 21,cabana Deluxe Alrconditionec Trailer NO OBLIGATIONTO
Child Care peraon, air conditioned, TV, Call 261.6385.ELECTRIC knowledge of typing and short. Stores office, 803 N. Fiske, across from Titusville Court Pos 844B-2100 sq. ft. of living.
in this
space new 3 bedroom
Cocoa. Phone
6369635
Monday
all new, 2673090. hand. Must be able to meet
Office. BUY!
KIDDIE KEEPERS, fenced SHAVER service on the public. Excellent workingconditions. thru Friday, 1.5 p.m. or 2 bath home. Large-
yard, 2470570.EXCELLENT SLEEPING ROOM single or all makes Jay Bee Jewelers,, : : Apply City l Hall I, stop by your friendly neighborhood I (Continued On Nut Page) 22 x 14 Florida room, panel.
double, private entrance and Indian River Plaza. 525 Palm Avenue, Titusville, Eleven Store to pick led play room with double
REFERENCES, bath 2670968. Florida up application and get: more EXECUTIVE burning fireplace just off
mature, reliable, wants to care BARGAIN IIOUSE Information. This is an equal BUYS the finished garage built.In .
for infants, or small childrenin 2 BEDROOM, utilities, maid New and Used Furniture and I WANTED RELIABLE woman opportunity employer LIVING vanity and mirror in en.
own home. 267.0288. service,_reasonable. 2674103. I appliance We buy, trade and I to care for young children in ; SWIMMING POOL and BARGAIN PRICE try. Has garbage disposal,
sell. Refrigerators $25 and I my home. Weekdays, refer ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN, screened patio, 3 bdrms, Make us prove it! 2 new dish washer and Intercom.
For Rent ROOMS WITH bath, TV, air up, guaranteed, 2510:. Hopkins I ences. 267 8585 after 4:30: BrlKital experience desirable, large fenced-in yard, only I homes near 2 golf course Lot is 83 x 110. Priced at
conditioned, for Mila workers. Ave., Phone 267 4705. Open I p.m. high school education required $15950 with such features as 180 24000. Shown by appoint.
FOR RENT $30 weekly, double; $25 single. Friday nights until 9. Paid holidays and vacation I $65 DOWN only $6.500, sq. feet doubt ment.
Floor Sanders, Polishers Meals available. Phone 267. CAN BE FINANCEDGE HOUSEKEEPER babysitter an equal opportunity employer handyman's special, payments garage, 30*vlrernee'J porch
Phone AM 73255 9742, MIls Motel, Rte. 1 south MOBILE MAID needed. 5 days week. Call Call 267-4059 for appointment cheaper than low FHA evaluation Is $21100 but 846-Large preowned 3 bed.

Factory Paint Outlet of new causeway. dishwasher, excellent electric after 5:30: 267.4919. rent. you can have either for only room, 2 bath home in fine
con I 3 BEDROOMS, immediate $19900 Don't miss the buy location on Mendel Lane. -
dition, $85. 2677822.
Baldwin Shopping Center $12.50 PER PERSON.per week. COCKTAIL WAITRESS for
possession, nice location
of a lifetime! Has built in GE and
APARTMENTS FOR RENT 267 Rocket.3007, Motel, Mime, Phone FINE WATCH and jewelry repairing new, 21 night.28 club, neat, attractive ROCK GARDEN $13,230: $1,250 down and $95 oven, screened in range Fla. room
In
Jay Bee Jewelers,, apply: Irsoriilr- month pays all. large fenced in back yard,.
5 -
1 p m p I NURSERYTwo AT COQUINA
BEDROOM, air conditioned, SLEEPING ROOMS and ('f. Indian River City, Indian lily Country Club Titusville SPACEReal several bearing citrus tree
refrigerator and stove. Soft ficlenclea for rent. 801 Orange er Plaza. Acre Nursery SCHOOLWalk Priced at $15.550 with $1500:
water, near Causeway, quiet, St. 2673400. LUZIER COSMETICS, consultants Estate Inc. down. Shown by appointment
$110 2674127.APARTMENT SOFT DRINK box. 8 ft. meat needed TREES PLANTS to school and shopping only.1161INDIAN.
AIR CONDITIONED MOTEL case, scale, meat grinder 267. after S. 2675721.Apply before 9, SHRUBS FLOWERS Glen Schlueter, 267-6668 area from this lovely new
OR trailers. room Reasonable. Call 267. 2272. Wells Drilled C :3 B. R., 2 bath home. Has RIVER Heights
Weekly or monthly rates, adults 4103. MODELLING CLASSES I Pumps I oversize lot, enclosed garage, I Attractive 2 bedroom, 1'j
only 504 Garden. IAGNOVOX, RECREATION I STARTING Complete Lawn IrrigationSystems white Terr. floors built in bath home In excellent

UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom, STORES FOR RENT center best offer, 3 years Oak old, $175. or Teenagers and adults Make up, e 1 kitchen. Only $15,250 with neighborhood Includes shallow .
Hilt 345 3494.,
down FHA
$500 downon
hairstyling and job no well and for lawn
swimming pool, yard care, NEW STORE building for of. pre par. pump
GE oven and range, refrigerator flee or business 15 It 60 ft. USED SOFAB.ED and chair, ation. Free EstimatesAM onel VA.! Better hursos on this storm awnings, drapes .,
optional. Mason.Dixie Heated and alrcondltloneU. green; 2 end tables and cof 7.2989 built. I in range, TV and
tl l-0n anfonna 'ruse 1
2192.Apartments. 2678716 or 267. Phone 2676160.WAREHOUSE fee table. ; two lamps, $25. 2671709 3225 Old Dixie Hwy : SAY WHENIt price-$10,350,"i *nthiypa :'

FOR RENT .-- -_. _- ments are $65 which in
FURNISHED APARTMENT for Help Wanted I I will be convenient for you eludes everything '
rent, 45 minutes from Cape. WAREHOUSE, suitable for o see this excellently located
Reasonable, Edgewater, 428- shop, garage or storage. In MALI OR FEMALE BE SAFE! lESS W. CHILDRE I I br 2 bath beauty. Features BUSINESS
8453, 2009 S. Riverside center of town. See II. II, Barley i large Florida room plus
Hudson at Star-Advocate. EARN $20 per day or more In I icreened in porch. Total! MS-BUSINESS PROPERTY..
MODERN air conditioned, furnibhcd permanent route work. Will BE SURE! KIALTOM uIi.oi. p mts' only $101 per mo. with Good business location just
apartments, two bed. WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER train man or woman if men no qualifying! off 4 laned Garden. Street.
room, available in River Gar. construction. Any size up to pericnced. Write Mr HEATH j EALSTATESTATE Modern 2 bedrooom, I bath
den and Crestwood Apart. 30,000 square feet lease. 267. Box 271m, Memphis 2, Tenn. Deal OnlyWith house presently on property-
ments. Sydney Schwartz, 1141 0564. Industrial or commer ---- STOP! also extra large double garage .
_S. Hopkins, 2676100.COMMIECIAL clal apace available. FEMALE HELP WANTED tnd see these S desirable City water and sew.
2 SMALL ---- AREALTOR tomes in beautiful Colonial er Corner lot. Ideal for
OFFICES
BUILDING and TYPISTTJXFERIENCE
ware on IBM {eights. All are completeind TV shop, small business
houses for rent. 200 square Executive for part time, Manuscript 3 BEDROOM ,
2 Bath, ready for your family. etc.
FOR RENT
or lease store
feet
,
airconditloncd
office work at home, type. on Titus Ave., $13,200, 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, hardwood FHA, VA, or Conv Financing 657
space, 20 x 60 ft., or suitable plus 600 sq ft warehouse writer fuinlshcd 2671609WOW Execptlonal btislncsr
fenced in yard, built In floors, fireplace, ivatlable.
gas city wa
for office. Located Magnolia space $125 monthly each. J. property located on U. S.
Plaza, $125 monthly 267-1928. W. Childre Realty, 2675503.: electric range Look for ter and sewers Ideal for doctor's No. 1 just north of Mims.
symbol for or dentist's office $24,200. Corner property has 362 ft.
INDIAN RIVER CITY, 29'; down, balance over I NASA on US
thiSQ No.1
281 ft.
For Sale It on
DUPLEX FOR RENT 2 Bedroom, 1 baths. I protection. years. Irwin
Newly decorated and In nifies CAUSEWAY Old Avenue and 362 feet
on
1 BEDROOM, furnished, convenient GUNS excellent condition. and high professional DUPLEX. 2 bedroom large Uv Is only 3 miles away New Modern building Dixie Highway has approximately -
call Arrow $11,995 log rooms, city water and hopping center across st
Realty, Deal 3000
730 standing. ft.
South square
267-7037 or 267.6938. Dixie I IMAGINE I I sewer $150 per month income. V rou may assume existing Suitable for
Old U. S. 1 RENTALSSEVERAL I only with a Realtor $15,500, $88 monthly, P I. rHA loan at only $102 per as motel, restaurant many uses, such frs-
TWO BEDROOM furnished duplex OFFICE Excellent Only a Realtor displaysthis roi 0. 3 bedroom. 2 bath home ternal club house
$80 a month. Call AM 79174 Indian River City SPACE furnished and unfurn seal. NEW 3 BEDROOM 2 bath, i ke new. Double Carporte. attraction, etc ,Attractively roadside.
after 5 p.m. lobed homes for rent In large living room double car. s'o qualifying. Don't delay- ,
__ priced for
ONLY $60 PER MONTH Titusville I Bryan-Conway Se porte, central heat. $16,000, ::all today I use.
2 BEDROOM carporte. air conditioned I ENVELOPES RuMncss Sizes (Month to month basis) Winstead, Inc. $600 down $119 per month ineluding 878-215 ft. frontage on U. S.
1015 English Street for moiling Full stock at 2 Fully air conditioned M. principle, interest, tax. No. 1 located In Mims
$100. I([ & central heated I George Barley, Jr. NEW CENTRAL- Zoned for business. Priced
: ___ ______ Star-A ivocste. NCLUDES UTILITIES 3 bed es and Insurance,
Inc. to sell at $100
foot
PRIVATE room IMi bath apta. En. per with
BATHS closed garage, close to II Campbell Associates, 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath. stucco AIRNO open terms.

RIGHT 0V U.S. No. 1 shopping & schools. $135 I Inc. over concrete block, 100 x 178 QUALIFYING LOTS
month ft. yard, fruit trees, all furniture )n largest lot in Brentwood
PHONE TODAY 3, W. Childre, RealtorS goes eluding range iubdivision Assume FHA 408.4 lots zoned BW (Wholesale .

343 S. Danenburg's Beach and refrigerator Only $13.650 oan' payments only $97.50 In. and warehouse, ) Total
267.5000 Realty 29% down, balance over 5 l luding everything Lots ofIvlng size of 132 ft. by 224 ft.

or Duffy's Real Estate years. for your family at atrice Priced at $15,000 with open
Dunn Suarle. Realtor WUhinitoDi you can affordIBR$400DOWN. terms.
C Edwards Realty NEW S bedroom 2 bath conventional -Two 50 x 100 foot lots In
Ed KittIes Affpnrv- financing $1795000: town. Zoned R.1 $5000 for
---- Harris Realty Inc down payment $950. Large o both, some terms

L. B. Newman living room, turquoise kitchen, $&7 MO. TOTAL 404-Buy now and build later
I fireplace ounds unbelievable but it's
....-eI..1-.."...... .. LUXURIOUS I Donn Searle Realtors Call- r uel! May we show you these ing Large homesitcj in exnand
-IIIIIC.Ta.Fs.t mist Itlllrlblt 3-4 BEDROOM Sydney Schwartz priced homes with area. Nice setting,
anomy
all miss a.di ..... close in, but still retains
"" be5d1s.IISUCH CUSTOM-DESIGNED urtom features No lower
W. J.
Se "Ness Mesa ai.-C.s. K..., HOMES ON LARGE I J Smith W. CHILDRE REALTY, rices in Tltusvlllel I pleasant country atmosphere -
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.. Stoner Tracts
w.PssI&5ssdsct.IsdIv4dsl' Realty 267-5563 are slightly
WOODED LOTS...
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115450464551s.lcd 1t1... laneI' than -an' a .D."-
I SERtNYSUBUR8AII
PIwadhMOesks.Ptsas.wwa.d I CHOOSE FROM ro.ds.00d water Total
torncw all MrM.. spartatMts YET ONLY MINUTES I l price is S2995: with 10%
LUXURY CkUdrM: PlayifMi LwfMty aW TO NASA CAUSEWAY. "North Brvard's Oldest Real RUM Strict" Desirable I 3 and 4 B. R. down. $40 monthly
SHOPPING CENTER I eli available for Immediate
stall sack that Rwtavratf, 403-Two adjacent
acktatl .iMiin MflM akt* in....... AND AH SCHOOLS. occupancy. They Feature: lots located on Pine building
Avenue
t FOR tmit MMtliif ttt fifty ... & 2 marble window sills mica in Spruce Hills These lots
SO hltll'*/''M4 SkuttMMiti" cabinets, white terrazzo en-
IIIJ are on a paved street and
7* Qc( J! loaed showers, double carports are cleared and ready for

LITTLE' .(wSS.SS) ToI... $13.950 on with loans.some.FHA Prime VA$13250, or Iocson. conventional to.- deep.deep bulldm, the Owner One other ls 100'80 x x 200'200'

need
wI ,' cash
.............ofI_.. ......._'::1 AM"'u and will sell at $3400 for
..-- both.

I ATTENTION NEWCOMERS: SPACIOUSNew
S NatomRy Uoutifcl S bedroom home with

STUDIO, 112 BEDROOM RENTAL( APARTMENTS! 5 ok p.iqv.t$loon If you are considering purchasing a home in North enclosed lara Ie. Beautiful

r UNFURNISHED FROM> 1100 MONTHLY XL:: : Ni .. Brevard why not save time and money by havingone entry dining foyer room,large many bedrooms other architect .- ,

I Furnished models now on display Oct Occpuancy S 041 HeelS of our trained professional! sales staff conductyour designed features,
icest home in Colonial Hel-

I _ _ S Plailsiad WaS. family on a complete tour of our area? We Ihta for just IIS.500. I

have home in every price range in nearly every CALL TODAY! I IShotIttlnt

section of town. Financing to suit your budget is Th H.mt Bwytr's DANEKBURGREALTY

IMPERIAL, ( a,!I!! also available. Occasionally we have an excellent C.nt.r"

rental. SUTTONfc


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, Real Estate CHANCERY NO. ISIM RBKBLBT. et at ecu defendant V' THI CISCU1? (VUJIT BMJBvAKU COli.Nil oUAl..
KttTIIK or lilt beta* Ounonrr Caw N*. MSM.: JUDICIAL PUBLIC INHTRUCTION
'' I 1 Mobile Homes HOUSES FOR AH USED AUTOMOBILES City TO: JOrat' LA HOCUS MBH- Tile nature ot this nit I. n unIt lo c: I'r-L..IN AltO I'Oft 1I.lIvn;) Tltuevili ,"IO'h|

HOUSIS, FOR SALE Auto Part AM 7-3086. atE!. the unknown wit ofA taint tttte on tko above ......bocI P1.0510 ootobe. 1M4 a
I REDUCED AND A TERRIFICBU1" .JLl'TO'*. JAMBB W. ro I e.iain.ACPI IN CHANCBRY. LK AL NOTIt
I nNFBR. and If married.: OP YOU Ie RBQUIRBD CaM No. MMariT "L'Au.t....
AILI' rom SAL! 3 BEDROOM. 1% tiled bath Wanted To RentBY PJNMBK. bib wife: to 111* your anawar and written TO FOKKru
1.I DANDY 2 bedniom 1H bath large carporte. repainted In. OBOBQK: THOMAS MAOAN defuue. lo tko Complaint with Ih* AHTICLKO OF AOnCE-aCMT: PtiMi tko Bre.trd county: Board

I M0BILK BOMB: OWNERS borne, built in i.nge and oven aWe and out 267-M17.: ... NONA FAT RAOAM..t. Clerk of lbs Circuit Court ot Bra- ron pass to Iko nlskoM Ikiuwiilon and bunt offer for MI*
fenced MATURE Couple. 2 or 3 OIl -. .*. the unknown heirs yard Count)'. Florida, In thin nrooroalif woriric OF ai'it of ..... hid one lot
screened porch carport,, bedroom furnished of Iko K.I.Iof OBOB.UB nod to cores a ooiy I. MILBBRT INC trucke.. oar. and mlic.1.
IKMM.
RENT or JAPP. lonooui .......
LIVE: rear yard food elevation. Motels For Sale w. KAHLM DOROTHT thereof upon Iho Plaintiff Attorney PROFIT SHAKING TRUST. Thin materl.i may
This 3 year ofcl home I. "likenew" unfurnished, BO children or WTOSSERT LlNBLOW. who* pam and addreeaII a Florida Corporation. ho"..Inopoctod it I". Hohool till PD""
d pets. Rrferencee. aT<<1&1. TUART K. WICHBKT M1 honrinattar set forth, a* rvqulr- Plaintiff.VKN80N .11._ one ..II. Wool of
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condition. Full price MOTEL. S Units on busy U.& 1. SLIAROR WBLLBB WtC- lid by law not later thai Iko tk vs Cooan on .*.... 5SO Monday

il FREE! $10,500, $1.850 down balance $10,000 cash down $200 month.Iy Want To Trade )1 ? hi* wit.. JES8IB day of Oototw 1M4.WITNBm aWANSWN. .t us.STATK t"4IS* "fM** PrISsy Bid s.au A.M. untIl

0. I $63 per month. Includes alL Lot 90 x 200. Phone 267. 'MONICA 1O36R?N. ABBOTT naa Seal of my oaM hand Court and the In Of.flolal Tl-. St 01 Do.4..t. Malnod nt Ih.Initruotlon.Maintenance may n b.*-
WtCHKRT If
. and S20 a ARROW REALTY 5391. .... and It dead th. uskIOwa tu.nlle, Brevard Count", florid Or FLORIDA partujwt In Rockleds' III,. Don.
payment 2700 South Wad ngton 267-7037: GUNS thin BJth vu 1 Otfirur.
toll hair. 1..1_ do".- day of September, A.0. COUNTY or KHBVAHD ..? =KaDl"! '

11 n nth mobil.will buy home your lot It own beautitftake Xvenlnga M7-9187 ServicesANY 730 South Dixie 'lao.. trse13os'. trll.l. _crsdfters..ououlsor. p.is5N -. I"(Court" SealS aWANitON.TO VBNRON hi SWANSON. wit*. wkoM. and.-*.1. Nnht T". to lokopl reject. B..ar.l .....,.,.. tao

Louise Estatea. EASY* TERMS. no qualifying. 10 OIb.r cl.lm..1Jo 550rat CURTIS R. HARNI5Clrrh denoo aid poet otflo addroM la I. clots Is ass and alt bids,

Become owa landlord I situated KIND of home repairs Old U. S. 1 ar the .b..",. .....,ltI.,.... of th. Circuit Court unknown) and t* DAVID BLUSnna dully Jsiaoy or ieslroh..ini 1lU1.
e your 3 bedroom. 2 t th. on .
plumbing 1"\lfIo4 Dot.adssis sod BT Y. .. SPANOLER BLU hi. wife, whoM DIrector
I. at tear up rent receipts each lake wall to wall carpeting pumps carpentry Indian River all PPIISU hosing or olelm- Do reelJenc and poet efflo addIson
City : Jot a, U. U CI'rI. ...... Wad
and roofing. Expert work J. oVBI.urjR .. ) miHO
'. fcth. Many familial now reIt beautiful ktoken! priced $12.. Ins lo have any rl..ht. till* HAROLD I. I. "t"ow.

I I In our beautiful trailer com 600. 2673096. B. Barker 267-1986. or InUroet In or to the followlns Attorn.y for Plaintiff YOU ARB HEREBY NOTIFIED -
for Work WantedWILL de-trlbed property *n Grove Wreet that s suit baa been filed
e ulty visit ni and see CARPENTRY MASONRY and aUualed In Itravant Cunty. P. O. Sos IIIMerrltt asalnal you In the shove ....
entitled
. Vself the finest self-owned LARGE bedrooms forced air, riorltla.lowllPARCKL. ; l.land Morida.h raven, and bat you a.. run 10 N0a.ii;* Sn
'. iblle home park. all GE equlp nent. FHA $18.. general repair work. 267-8761. DO Ironing in my home. : I 'pt. n, ou a. 1$. is
IAKE LOUISE ESTATES 700. $600 dow n. 287-1564: I pick and delivery If pre Th. tollowlI .. lI..n' amourtS --- ot thl Court aid to nurse a copy ana NADtNa. *.. LIMUo-ilwAN
___ ELECTROLUXCORPORATION looted In .. tkereof lIla WIN, wooo.
edP $ 14 miles east of Orlando on MOVE IMMEDIATELY into 2. 1039 Alford Street, 18 Kouth, R.n.. s< K..I. Brv.rt IN Tail CIRCUIT COURT OF plaintiff'* altorneyi, who. .."' ;ilM incIses Moau. Koule UUF
Route 50 Phone 568-2761 Lakeview Hills. rioHil I Haraiiao, iSlaklsan
e County, Till ANt aWANN, IT you are I luc,
RiCHRISTMAS/ PARK 3. or 4< bedrocen homes brand j MUrt at a point *f Intirwwtloaof NINTH IN AND JUDICIAL FOR CIRCl'IT. TUB-I South Masaolla Avenue, Orlando. by nutlfleu thai :mil for I..:.:,,..

' lute No. SO Christmas Fla. new in area I of much higher[ Brevard County's Only WILL DO washing and Ironing Ih* nntorlln of a pavod COUNTY or URBVAKD.: .'AT. norlda. not later than November cluauri .. mar.(nan ue"uInb.riul
'I I priced homen. Small down in my home. 2671979. {'Oil.I, Rod and lbs *"i ....,... OF FLORIDA a, 1W4, If you fall lo ", n Do- Lots ia, ia, M ;.. and ... ltl.lt, ,
11 lone: 568-2011 authorized factory branch. (U. .o E..trly dlrotlon of the IN CHANCKHY NO ItWHlTHR e-ree Pro Confeuo 1Iobo" entered 0" Ulovel' i'lnoe. .,"o"rdl" to .'1.'
payment and only $85 monthly 1------- -- South boundary lieu of G..vo. telnet you for Ik* relief demanded thereof rouonie" ,n 1'1. .l.I,, ..
Call Melbourne SBAMkN'S: BANK FOR :
/-[ October Specials! total payment. VA no down slept Lot 5, SectIon 14. T U H, Rit SAVINGS IN TUB (,ITor In the Complaint, Thl lull I; pas e<, .uuDlu ,', ml tj ,1 ditanti.Njuiuy
Collect Br .rd to forrloM an Atreeniint I 1".hl. i*. ,,""' i i 1.\ 14,11eialnt.
ESTATES B. v County rinrld for
. payment BllENTWOOD ; NEW YORK, a New York .... .. ,
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De
{flINE5O'x1Q'-2 blOcs proc.*d to a Point of B.- oration. The real property prcM.Id .h i I' i 1.: ui> S sortn
welt on Garden St. 7235852FREEII ; not tel Urtvttrri ,
..In.t In 1"-
llnnlnr which ,U bunted 216. Snot uunly
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! &bedroom> . . . $3595. Ida
AM 7-7142 ar 6325655. .. Plaintiff In Coauc.iv :>v Sktiewater
In W t rly direction
a th Lot
*n 4, Block B. .
3 I | SIR 50' x 10' 2 bedroom -------- t to. I South boundary his of Oovrn- v.. Park .In acnrilano Oramllns with Kanobea, ,in, un,,1 I \ ou ire herebv
JANE th
muter kitchen . $3695 I BEDROOM. 1 bath. South meet I..>t S, honed. prwd In th* IIBLBN N.H MEADOWS MKADOWS hit and Plat thereof a. recorded In* i..."Irlld to KIVC a ,' "i iv of voui

1 AR SO' x 10' Early American I Lake Villa,., $500 down take L. P. BOTTLED GAS semi am* Wit South rly boundary direction lln aO'II'of wittDntondaots. r :1p hock 11, Papa dli. nt plaint An.wer on or plaintiff I'loa.llnn' I io,it"tIc rney i'.ora-U.
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Deluxe up payments of $73. 2674495. INSTALLA TIONISuburban OovornnwDt Lot S. a dlatavr at NOTItB OF *l IT yard Roost-I. o" (O De.I.... illS 8-way, Drive..
! 12'" :,::i'bef885. STATS OF FLORIDA TO Florila, Fort riero. Florid. .,.
JUNE 54' x : :3118 teat t* a point. lk.... rooMd WITNItIiI ou1. Mr) AND ,1! file ins

boom Deluxe . $4885. NEW: 4 BEDllOOM brick houses. Propane In a Northerly dlrotlon rpa. Jam** H. ....dow., and JBL *f thin Court at Tlluavllla, original of A.,awer,,. or PlMtllna In Ih.effloe .
tile baths built In 2019 U. S. 1 N. 267-6411 dlcular to lbs South boundary 1101.II.. Miadowa. his wife, 3 range October
: V Used TrailersASHUA I,.* of flnvrnmnt Lot S. a dl.- Addraw Unknown.lad A. D TuMIB Court of Hrevard County. Florid
and oven, dishwasher, disposal lance of ITS fttt to a point 0...,* all purItan olalmlna Inter*.!*I Curlla R. .n or befor lbs llrtb day of Nov.
Ilorso.9y
40' x 10' 1 bedroom intercom. wall to wall car Used Cars & Trucks proc-Md la a Wwlirly dlrwtlonRarallel by, under or acalnit: Ih*I V. 5. Sp.ntler mher, 1M4. If you fall .lo d. *..,
Vt on lot with awning. 1 to the Mouth boundary aald Jam** H. Meidowi and Hllen (Court Beat) dories pro oonfMao will he Ukenaialnat
up Double
pet. car garage.[
N. Miadawa, bin .. you tar the rHf demand-
i Government Lot I. (alpravloutly nil I drAWN
$YELLOWSTONE[ zr x s-1 with screened pool no red 1957 FORD SKYLINER radio dnerllwd a dlitano rue* havinc ,:1'I.i'. .. to 17 South AND Maiuolia IWANH Avunun .I In the Complaint.

hi room. tape $2,00t down and move heater power steering white of MS tint to n point; thence pro any rliht tltli or Intirnt Orlando, Florida Done and Ordnred at Tllu.vliu

,, i(MALL DOWN PAYMENT Ins $184 m<>>othly. 2671928. walls good condition $375.. mud In a Northirly direction ".... In the reel property. with Improvement Attcrneve tor Plaintiff riorld, Ills Ith day of October
thereon herein d..lb.d. IdOl.
pindlculnr to the South "
boundary
EASY TERMS Oct a, U II, M (Moa IMI.
, 2677969. l lino of Government Lot .. to a YOU AND BACH or YOU ) . a BEDROOM S bath fenced. olst Intnraoctlni th* Northoundary bnroby. I.t. antittu .hot a suit ban. n Circuit Court ttr,vard

MARTIN'S MOBILE $850 down, aodded yard 615lana 1963 COMET air conditioned C lln* of Government Lot bans 1"'t abet you :II..I IN THII CIRCUIT COURT or Huunty riorlda

HOMES SALES Drive Imperial Estates. bucket seats assume :' throes proon.d I. an 8aatnrty: shown : TIn of THI NINTJI UnlC"'I. ('IR.CI1IT. by V. I. Saainlir:
payments dit.otton alone this I North boundary thn suit I. 10 fol... bat' sne'lute IN AND FOR .RSVAIID: nnputy 3l.rk
1224 N. U. S. 1 $85 monthly. 267-4013 Sloe of Govern men t Lot .. t* noorteage dallld lessor JI. (COUNTY FLORiDA B 0. DenlnnIMt

CLASSIC HOMES or 2679440.SHARP Nerlhea oem... of Government 11100, :r.n'=d': r.ourd in In Ch.noery No. t3:*lMtTKR Seaway Drive
Titusville 267-3081 Lot a, (*.. a*. TIJI1. R a* II. ( lto.it $07, pun TO IICFCNU Fort Pleroa, Florida
Nothing Dcwn, See Us Today '63 Impala Chevrolet Brevard County, riorlda! theno I". Public R ord* ef Brevard CYNTHIA JBAN NAILS Attorney for Plaintiff
; North of Overpass County, Florida,
proiwod la a aoutherly dlrootlon ntumborlnn Ill PI.lnU' IPOUHT SRALOat.
Titusvllle's Best Home straight stick coupe power Portrait of one of our clients. slope the X... lisa of Govern. hereinafter deierlbed real, prop I II 11, a', N.,. I (Mon.) IMi

Value 3 and 4 Bedrooms, 2 steering 327 engine, <4< speed Yap, all have fo do Is alt most Lot .. a dl...".* of SHIO footto .rly. Th'* name ., th. Court In ROBERT 0. ItAtLKY
you
which paid lull I I I. Ih
HAYES low mileage. Ronnie 267-1234 a point; Ihenco pro.*ed In a pendlns Dot.ndsnk
Full Bath Homes with Gar 267-262 back and relax' let us do all Southerly dlrMtlon. alnni th* Baal Circuit Court of th* Ninth Jurilolal LAST KNOWN AOnRII"1
TRAILER SALES days. nights. l lino of U acorn 50.01. Lot S, a dlitanc Circuit In nnd fop the County ., .40 LAUrtIR STRaIT KOTIfB OF IIEARI and Used Mobile ages. the work when you wan to move of SSIO feat to a point) SIrevurd Stain fI' "1..1,1. I. BAD UALUB, FLORIDA HILKMIAU' LISa

ew Birr NOW 1957 FORD. pickup ready to go. We'll handle the whole lob from I Ihinoo proceed In an Eaiterly dlr- Chanoery No. mtn. and lha' abbreviated ; TOtfOil., TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: )
Homes sacrifice for $430. 2673267. ecllon pernendlvular t* Ik* Baitlln title of the eaea U Tb.Oeln.ou ROBERT O. HAILS: are Nehru la hereby flven that a
packing to unpacking. of Government Lot S. a die- Hank for Savlnti In thu hereby notified that A Hill o'COMPLAINT public bonnIe will b* held In Iho
210 E. Colonial Drive, WILL TRADEat LET ME sell automobile. t lane of II' feet to ills oealerllni city of New York, n New York for DIvorce has tounty ConimlHUinera Room

your of n County Road, thine nrporatlon.. Plaintiff v.. Jam. loon filed asalaet and Court Houee, Tltu.vlll,
yon Florida,
Orlando 277-9671 you at
Colonial Heights Think of .V'o: H. Meadowa
Browning Auto
and
Helen
[ Sales 405 prcd ,, th. Onterllni N. Mead are required lo oervo n enD .r l.iO OCIoLh. AM November, U.
Hopkins Ave. South Hopkins. 2671520. s aid pa4 County Road to a nun Th, his wife Uefeadanll your anawar or olMdlns lo 1ft JPI4, to hear objection.., If any, to
point located Wot fill (InNorthirly S dearrlptlan of Ih* rial Hill *f Complaint I* tile Plaintiff tin Mt.bll.hm.itt of a Bulkhead
26.7-8641( ) direction: from an In* .property. Involved In Bald null and allornay o, R COTTa P. O. BOX LI". .. thown aid ... "b.d ....
Moving; & Storage FIDELITYAgent tiraeoUoa of the Ktenilon if th* 'ortbocl In th* Complaint II al I KS SATRLLITB BBACIf, fLOR. 'low i
WantedTOP
South boundary line of Government followaiI IDA ..d HI. Ih. stl.i..l. .... FLORIDA NATIONAL BANKBRBVARb"ci
BEDROOM. 1 bath large lot Lot I. and th* eenlerllni of I) t H S,, Block SUCTION K. SlOWS M-l. acoord OAR wer or pleadlns I* -Ih.'-off!*.-ot pnOt'IRT.:
laid Paved County Road I thine the. Clerk of the >UNfY
CASHIn Circuit Court FLA.
needs repair. $8500 102 Ins I* plat thereof en
some a* recorded
AND LONG distance proowd In a Westerly direction PROI'OIlICI
CAL w beforo
the lid day of October IIUl.kllleAU
Econ Street. Temple Heights 3 minutes for good used parallel. to th* Mouth boundary In Plat Book II. pat It PubII '- 1004 0111CR lI"r ION 10IHII
Movir. storage ALLIED VAN LINES
novers. ;. Furniture. l lln* of Government Lot a SI,. Reoordi of Brevard County, If'
a fall A "
fur Mima. lI "Ior.da.. you to do in, Sediment "It lied Una In tha Indian
lacking shipping, cold I laic of IMO feet t* a point) ky default River ..
GREER McMORRIS. INC. STORAGE 8c TRANSFER YOU AND BACH OF YOU will too taken sealant lylas In .1"| pnalmlly to
tongs crating. Free estlnates. Q ALii best lhnoo I proeed I ,01'' Weet a 4lelano ororequired you for Ih. relief demanded In the western. .horellne thereof and
NO 'YING. $900 or Repossessed furniture outlet of mt feet .. the Point of to file your a newer I* lha aid, Comnlalnt.. kelns.
Brevard morn
2673341. offer. $101 monthly. Whisper 543 U. S. 1 IRC or UO S. Hopkins DAY OR NIGHT Relnnln. mnilitlne of apnro Complaint with the Clerk of tInabove This notlo shall ... published a* followii particularly daoorlbed

Idgeway Mayflower. ing Hills; 2678696. Titusville Phone AM 7.0228 I Imately 3*.a aore. lofether with ropy thereof"Myltd upon Court Plaintiff and s.vu at n* one* each week for four ..._. From ih. North 14 Cernir nt

267-1399 Day or Night ill riparian and littoral. rlshuIhereuat (urns,, .TtDW ART L. ATKR*. iillvo wk In Ik* Tltu.vlll. Stain mu. Ji Twp at So, Rai ."o K..
$81 SO AND UP : utinriuietre.PARCE who.. addreel la Poll Offloo Ilea Advooau. Tltu.vllle. Florida. "Sf".yr'A "l o'1''l' .. run [5 Ml*
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Real Estate No Down Payment on your lot. :3 Th follawln dncrlked Hit Pail: Oellle. Florida. not literthan Don. and Ordoroii, In Tltu.vllle, -14 M, IiI, 80 ft alnns i <0
property Brev.rd' C.unly. north lln of said ,
lha t71h day of October, 8.0. Flerlda, thin lath SVo aa, Twp Jl
Bedroom..> CBS construction I* lentIl In aeotloa alTownship IM4 n* required by law. *I le* a lay if Ocloher IM4.Curlli Bo, Rn(. as H. and II. ...to v

equipped kitchen terrazzo OAKWOOD Eeet. Brevnril a South. Kant l' .**... plo ofeuo will be ealerd M. .....* Clerk pr.iMtl.n for n polnl-ef-b- ,.
SEE TODAY County. norlda. aialnet and eerh nt of Circuit. "'.11" nine aald poInt ., t.s' 0
GROVE FOR SALI floor., tile bath. FHA or conventional For a Point of Roilnnlnc Karl IN WITNESS yu WHCRBOr you, Iirrited'tVi by V S or ions, from: tim. f..rft: ne. uSnpproaoh
Zeke Evans at th* point of Intereeollon of the j
financing. oot m. band ste Clerk an SIn Casio,. .hor.i I
Construction Co., Phone cinlerllne ef the paved CiuntyKaelerly offiolil seat fir aVlit (COURT .t lbs Indict Rica,, thsnoe a. ,,;!
ACRE grove all oranges 5,. 267326T. Mobile Home Subdivision Stead and the ontloulon IIn sn Court at Brivard Bepl. ai. U. Out. .. It (Mont tM4. -1\'..," N? &,4MX( fl., ih.nco S.

'(00 trees, 5 years now bear directionS of the bell County 'Tllllavlll"ia t" day ot au'..3644". B, I.tot.HO ti.1, Ih,,,,,,
boundary line of OovL a, Hee. Seplrmber IN TNIII ('IRCUIT B. IS'.*) .*,"
f'OUIIT
i"I.: A.I>. IM4.CURTIk or U. 11T'.110 ft: Ih ceo
beautiful and lion T as ad .
14 5 R
hg. uniform ) R. BARNES: TIIIO NINTH JUDICIAL ('lit. 0'.al "" W, laioft tKenoeS
ery high elevation cold projection A NEW Featuring: County .Florida i thenn prooeed to Clerk. of Ik* Circuit. Court CUlT, IH AND POSt IIttIlW.&RD .'-.1'.11.. Weal 1.Ml na"ft., ihen..
( from large lake near- WANT I a nsWa.tor point hlrh I, I*olreotlonon located 836.1 feet ........ County, Florida (TOUNTV .IA'NU" B 4'HI.II" w 1.'MI1 fl. i lo n
Ih
BIl .. I. CII 50365 pitint on I".
A high-grade Mouth V. Sveniler : :'irr''u e.elerly Orole.llon
y. property boundary Ii.a
of teat Lot
DRPRHO of tb. snail lln. of .
f-lerk" Oov I
l.ol
S.
with tax advantages. $150,000. HOME BUILT; t. thence prrd In tko lent (SEAL o..I'H' CIRCUIT IUIITII4 II. : 1, Twp So Rn :M B eatf

T. W. Mero Broker Sanford LARGE '75' x 110' I LARGE POOL South Weeterly boundary dlreotlon line atom if Gout Ih* same Lot ('(lUST. vs OItJlUOR'l.LAINTI", (r"tn.:: ,lylns. r' '-'u' '- f.: B aaMut

':22! .2481 for appointment. 1 n dlitanea of an** feet topoint a Stewart 1./.tr.urt RAYMOND W Merrill l.land from I... Hnuth.WMI .
DO YOU NEED Attain.! OHBOOBT Corner of sold Oavt. Lot a.lln .
LOTS WITH SHUFFLEBOARD sri' ; direction Ihenoo proceed In a North' Post orrio Hot atiiCeu J.IIMD"lfT 1.F0l p.4 nomptlni SInS Cattle
,
perpondloular tolbs Oellle. Florida A IH.ymo.d W. () of 1k. 2
duanributt
rosary bulbbu.'
HOUSES FOR SALE REPAIRS ON YOUREiUILDINGT CENTRAL WATER HORSESHOES, Etc. South Lot boundary 1. las previously lips of Oovrnme.nl d**. ...1. M, Oct. a. U, IS Mas.) IMi POInt Wrakl Air Force Bead lylns In and hot ween Sb.
Palaraan Find north
Ohio and inuih .
rl.hta- f-way
alibIS a dlatano of MS feet U a
HUM ef th* Indian
JEDROOM!: 2 bath home by Or I point! thence proceed In a Northerly TOIy.... R"YlioNn nnonvat. CUnewny. as shnws KlverOr.ln.SURVEtORS ,he .
'' Os
\vner, rIM, $450 down nice A NE'.Y ROOM Jl th* South direction boundiry perpendhmlar tin. of OoVt t* :IIIOTI('. or or .55.05500tOVSYT ISaTASI). :N"r: ;;'I't first":"""lirvt ".1.'. .urvay

ome with private abidedurd. CAJIPORTE. ETC. Lot I. to a point of litereectleaof 'Lo.U)" vz'xsrzjz y-irrnd ;:: I hereby CBRTIFICATB
(he North certify bat Ik* lulud
$95 $35 boundary line .r
Phone 267-6904 Titua- DOWN MONTHLY ire required to aaron .d BulkhMd Lieu
.f DmurlBllon'
eeoy
Cal
lie. 215 Shady Oaks Drive Gov Wieterly l Lot' dlreotlon I. (hones.proceed North I. a Mellon It hereby five. thai th* Ca., Snoop '''''"I "S (o the prepared by Howard. Niedlee,
JUST CAtlM72958 Board ot Counly Commladonar$ Bill of
Complalal lo Timmen
1.t. th* Plaintiff and
Bwianiliiff
outh. sad I*
.
boundary Iou Go
TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville northon of I. ts of Uravard Caunty, Florida will at:ern.y o. B. Putt o.d Site|| ,hi I'.. 8 seamul So III. last .f
go and Into iba w.l..r. 0' .ha Indian hold a publlo I .Pairing at the of. Irlitsal ; : I nuwisds.If. my

; U. S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U. S. 1 for and River atom. Ihonre mn .01lIh..I I. (tel of ald Board *f Counly iffieu .r mztiyfff&jXiNoylber'JJ n. itoimno.' Data 8844
th* water fir thu I.
See The After P. M. one more mile to our entrance on right. For free ilia a River, eroaeln* tho booth Counly CommlMloacr. Cauriboono In aIM t'nmmi.otnn'Hrvard. !.."" ". Ilk day .} 05. D 1t.lo.Mc' 008.. 1'1. .Ounveyn, ..
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P. Box 1204 information Call 267-5586. Oov boundary I t i .n..ln. Weeterl 0' are Ilooa. .t the Silty af Tttlovillu I It 'Oil IsIS 10 eo. I.... 1110.KI Florid Natloaal Bank.
er O. City. I "" and prooaedlac In tIn FlorIda. ae 53.4. day of Oct. by 'foul' will & ... xtt
I. .
rnm- Ot .",. "..
tarn .
Southerly direction
I to a abut loud, at 10:10: o'oloch A M.onownlas tThla F'oVJ.1.
Star Advocate point en the south boandar laid. ir&M.r'l ...."*... PloridiIe
M RAHDELL DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! on'i.'ndid Ih* Inuntlon ot
Weut.riy' nf Govt Lot ii Board of County Commlaaloaer Down.. :' lut
.no. abutS| ... .ullll..... Church m. Orlando TlorMa
those. .
prooned 361 5.. ..
PrintingNeeds! VERY RELIABLE AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK ,... South boundary of (Jov't hisnI lot and onitruot acquire n lie Curt Heuee Asset'land unensa.h Soak for ,.u, .onsuu. All lalereeted per.an. may a.peer
neceaeary
3, to n point Incited IMS feet therefor, an addition U lha sUes Cocks I, Ike Tlluevlll. BUT* and he heard, .1 I". lire, ...
Adnwat., ..
Tltu.yfc .
|| riorlda. named ibay
Wont of
the If corns of Oevt Cosnlp Jail with squipuint tInts' !
Lot a. Ihenoo proceed N riff B: for t>on* and Order., In Tllmvlll.by By Order ef lIla Bvard at(7ouniy
aa addition to Ih* Jnvinll ....,,
County, PierIdo' ? ..,.....
.
((17 T feet t* a thane Ibis fad om" Oesva,4
pro.ed Center nIl In Tllu-
N. .rao rlnI.: Supervision: lay .f 0010110 I.... e..ye Florida. Ortobor a, 11II,.
OWN YOUR OWN SPACIOUJ HOME ELI furl to o dUn Florid i I* oonwtrtMt *dd-
k iALCOLiNIALGARDEN Csris II. Hors.. JON H
""lit, tb.. proceed N. fOV B, limed I to iillns Braorh C'eurtHauae fir ('I.ault Cleib I WiretHAM.
Court fHAIRMAN
nil feit loa point tamoo pro* lo Ih* oltle* ef Rvkld*
eM I. "'22' K IIS feet to n and ...'bo", ." Pt..I'., lo .**. V. 'a.Deputy Svin.ler I5OAItb' op C IIJSTV

APARTMENTS"Where point. on lbs Snot: boundary ef Mruot offlv. and w.,......* hoed I (Court .11Oct Clerk, ( CA".JO&n"n
U"'I Lot II. tbeno proceed. In o for tIp Supervisor ef Iteiletralion : ,
PAKKLAND ESTATESNEW Northerly. direction aloas She In She Ce-tral Brevard are* a, *. as (Man) IPS4.NOTICB Pl.Oflnb*

living will express a new meaning"LEASiNG Kaat boundary *f Oovt Lot I, topoint .(............11....'..). nod to uaderlad (SCAt.
a ef InUreectlo with Ih* all lurpoee. aen.eary, is 0C II I It. .....) I....

Luxuriously FurnishedOPEN bonn praeed abcs. |b.* ....,.. and lo Wry n kulltlas. t.. which. .Situ. bid. : rOil BIDS
NO CUMIN ColTs will IN
MO MOMV tOWN I TO be
"line nf mid. paved County Road to to *ibr ..11..110 huddles Ui revived ky lrH.t..cn md'HNN.IS
Located l mile DClrth Hwy No. 50 She Board ef .
HOMES VA, rvaCMAMU C MINIMUM fWA maui Ih. Point of Reiinnln' eonelilUiit heretofore. .levied ana p......*. I. are no County u:40 o'olork CommlulonaJlll ..I JUQACOli .

DEC. 1st Between Magnolia Ave. & US No. 1 I" npprnilmal-ly with all riparian PUS ac,and... Tetbr My. .'I'Ict'nk" Ue on tho out- OaUber INI:, I. h. CemmlJ A.; 'hi. A.elll1' ..0.
Newest. stoat modem development In HI. Courto.ue. and A LLIeI't' .. m
DESIGNED ttn& .
toral ? ; "0..* II.
(rlahl Ihertunlo r.vTrFtv
appertain Jail t.rtirir.le ef 1.<1."'''._ : .rr'"rt ,
tile erosl I Mo*) "luxury at Ifco ode*I ,Ins. ef ..,. Ceuaty, deled Deoember i '..I.tlff.IT ,

I I. W SMITH Realtor FOR lETTER Motenry. wt* brick semis big lonrf.tcop I PARCEL III IMT, Iho. onUitaMlns I1.JOU Co.Ilflnsino A kith *ipaal with Foam doneralereetnplele IlL I CrtViyr.iNs.aijf.KOTICB

PHONE 267-3511 1 Colonial .' '''' tart at ronnvto nonunwilwkhh ef ldebl.4M. Serial fam .
yordi '' lhe and tie .
la the Norlhoaet "" ,..? ef M*. I. datail r-...., I, INn and sail** of huh' ... I. ..**" *
LIVING window Hlo both. with full color u.pai.Snn foam
1.1; Lot 3. ....lion S4. Townihlp OF Ott '
'iturot o torraizo floor o specious :o Snail, Ran** M Knot, Hre>ard i the llflnoU oulatandlas* 'ef ladbidaeM IBLfrno Cer..1IMI The Oenwator muat b* .......* TO<< : nUJk. M CIIK'xrBMS
wlrti aunty, n.irt.U. thono prateed of produrins ...... "obs teat .f ft Sooth. Alraoii bald
dotofi lowered deem o double dt4 Innnury I, lt l will
South roc Wont for dletiac ....... fiss : will '". Trnvera. C'ltv MI t hi.ea
o sussr-
oMMg olwa doer evtHooUng yardbuOMit I not tin mill. on Ski *.! YOU ;
ASS HBRfelir
ef SS*4 feet alms tho East: boundary .... v.TiriBD
lar of .
J AND 4 Ml$11SOOMOM IV |Kkt o SI. window till I ton of Govt Let 5, t* a Point Ill taaabloC.unly d yalvatl.n. laid.f All bide. lo be _,&..*. on out.Th lhal n rail f.r itlvor> to.o >,..n
ee. ..11ft room I 40-galleA wotor hoofofCZNTIAl ef Belanle' tInsel prooeed. In such! p.nulp a side of. ..,...... 'all fat' 0... fMod asalnal you In 'lie, i'ir< ,11
.nua fur purled
a ..
I 114 21L lATHS arab ? Court
North tt'W Want for a eliUM ef ik* Ninth Judl.-ul. i I, .
0 rICAT concrete drfcewoy* ef III. I a. uuon.dini Shiny (SO) Board rewrvM .... rlahl to 555$ i I. aad See "'v.," Count ,
feet In
a palol. (banns pro ."... ,...., I* (tissue ko noel ., r.Jurf .. y
sfldMOftflCi any Florida .
.0.4 South SiN' Weet fey o die th. all bldo &$.. ALIEN II
uenurnotinu at the addition.,
epiemher, .
.lanoo of 7Jt) feet to M, 5054.Jo. vS 9551.5.1 04.:
a polill[ eileweleea sod la.nrovnMnlo 4 e.mfced g..unRIIC
agnolia Homes:> ? loowtlful kftdiena. Iwtll-lrt TappailtTO bonus orori*>d South SOW Wool a her*, and lo oay Ih* debt 'JSAIRMAIO94)ARI H WICISIAM'" 1ft. You kenby OkMoorv No.
for & dfMaano ef SM. feet to eretae on the Cenifleole. of lo* ar PUSSIeS to
'aht..... tang with hood '''''0,",. Double point. thine premed Soulk ln I ........*. to ... IwoM Ihereferi rhfh1lMIONEP.S) or COUNTY nor.. oioy of row -., a,

0u_.... rinks, formica coUnohl VVwt for n IIMaoM of TI?.? feet .II ,nr*.aal t* lIe _.'. .** o< BKBVARD .thar Camplalot wrrH. defMee i. n.
to a point on SIn Btonjth boundarylln Chepur Ill IHonda .....t..... COUNTY, tiled hired.
of OoVt Lot a> them. ** .......... I. Any Ueooyer or ......., *f I YIMSIDA.0o4. It (Men.. 0. /wANsbf,. Tiiirntr'foV'rb1):; : );
) 1PS4.
Acres South. SCMKeel slops tae moth Con,? Is 00.oont Uls-raii:fl.aad. toOls_ .rial._ XI.!
:::9:1 & tk.t.u. .a.
Lagrange boundary line ef Govt rr
n Lot a. fir odletant I. _. snob p.1111 at .
Dr 7M. feet t* the SouthenM keertejf aid aftw soil niikll. NOTICIDue lh = Coil O"SnoVUd

MODELS OPENStITHtMNOW FROM $80 MONTHLY corner ef a..', LM .. for oIIMana h.n.s acId S 'rd of Ceaaty to the dissolution of the Onunly as'n 4.. .. us ur .. 1r.1l; :
'" ". .
ef IMS "
feet th* Itouth- Comnilealooer will ....... lo sot
hduolng prlndplo, Irrtorotf, tone last con? if Oovt t.. II Ibeew no.. Hid mailer torporitloB of B P,&.., |]4I _.MClI&I1I. Pta rAIL :wA..r a "...

Titusville. Beautiful 3 ----. levi. rid .... prooaed. North f KM fta Bait for a baud '''I. Ill lOll day of South Hopkins Aye., TUmvlUe sisisat y.Co.t.s.e fu 5h ,.atirnl
2H Miles North of '.1.iou foil to the pdalit Seplewiber, 1.... 5e4if pucuod
H. lanla", inelMU of np.nroiiMtely I slAts Florida the tsr In asiADONS
we
and 4 bedrooms on big lots with trees, 2 Ma _... Uvetkerith undtrslioed AN'" 'I Tt.

full baths. formica cabinets ducted heat, oil n-wrtae and MUefeJrlahti Board of Coolly will act be responsible for an/ '....11.... Pt I Rh Sap of

MAI tCMOOU f CMUtCKU S WOrTINO CIMTttS I tAlKS thereunto" apportalalos c._...._. of debts l InfurrorJ by otber I fI&o7rWel-
range and hood. Sodded yajrds. Priced laKe NOTICE thai o nn b*. Broy.rd Couny. florid11 aarooe _
been IlIad orahMt you lei Ik* Clr- By Jo. H Wekk.a>. thaI ourselvea. I Ct14* or ywl CiRCUIT
from $14.000 to 15000. Call 267-4166 from l| Court ft> la* Milk JudicIalrireCit Tban-fnaa COURT OTASD

of tko SUM *< PlorMa In Altewtl. CnrU .. .arae* Dave BrowiWalter I COUNTY. FLORIDA
9 to 5. See by appointment and for Braver Oeuoly. wherearANAVBRAI. Clef 8' v 5 ba'ISe'Dawn'

N. SINGlHOM' AVE, TITUJVlUt. FLA.-H,2.7; : 4146 : lUjh". INC hi th. n. as, tx it tun) T. RusseD (' -
Plaintiff, and JVf*** LAtOCMK ::r14 Oct I, U, 19. M (Moa.) |'M. f'isyt luaU
tJoot. IL II.Wn.. ...... ,M_ ....
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PAYMENT &ate1Lt $15,000 TO $19,000



leneral Large LOTS fOR SALE fat TAlE GLEN.S .

A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville WSO to two Homes rastrletox. to jsoo s-j. ft m4aJm oa



HA LOW PAYMENT DOWN Only 2 MUd West cf U. S. 1 On Garden Street S COWART & CARTe .




THREE & FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY ROOM TWO TILc BATHS XSOO Pboor.Garden 2873.02 8*.. or TltuovUi 267233











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unused project quest from Jem BC:,i :' *
TfewBk City Council will J solidated last year. These systems mended for approval by the zoning ,East Buffalo Road, to permit ,The planning and zoning board by the church. lmately $90,000 s the $1 million questing a variance of ((7 fog
adopt a resolution Tues are presently serving the board, requests that zoningbe industrialization of the area. The has recommended approval of Consider a resolution authorizing funds under which loan Is setback restrictions to t,
pry calling for the Issuance Whispering Lakes and Indian changed from present BR to .planning and zoning board has I the application. I the payment of $$10,207 to sewer project the the erection: of entrances tj
of water and sewer revenue River Heights subdivisions In BA classification to permit expansion I recommended approval of the Consider application by J e m First National Bank for the solely loaned by ;! of governmentfor expandingthe corner of Alachua Avcs.a "
bonds not to exceed $995,000 the southern part of the city and of boat sales and servo ,application. Builders, requesting that prop. first installment Including interest the purpose treatment plant view Hills Avenue ari i.
for tee purchase of the First two other systems in Westwood ice.Consider I Under public hearings, the erty on Carpenter Road be reclassified on the $40,829 borrowed sewage them areas of Avenue, in Lakevlew EJ
Florida Utilities Systems. Villas and Westwood Heights application for rezoning council: will: from RIA to BIB in from the bank last year to purchase located In the so$) property Is located on Cai
Last July, the city managed to outside the city limits to the by H. S. and Rodney Thompson Consider application for rezoning order to make lots conform to two 750 GPM fire trucks, the city. i ter Road.
bring the First Florida Corp. to north of the city, along Old Dixie requesting that property located I property owned by Titus present residential restrictions. and approve another resolution Study an crdlmwce: to annex Also a petition from ,.
a final agreement on the purchase Highway.In on the south side of East ville Credit Bureau on Garden Under new business, the council authorizing the city manager to approximately 201\acres of property -
after more than a yearof other action, the Council Buffalo Road, adjacent to the Street and Morgan Drive, from : will hear: renew the note for $30,62167. at the north',end of Singleton Darden, requesting a va: _
unsuccessful attempts at an will: city sewage treatment plant be present &1B classification: to A request In letter form, from Hear a report on an agree- The |)tition of annexation of four feet to allow a 101
agreement between the city and Consider rezoning application rezoned to permit the expansionof BP to allow proper zoning and Mrs. John Moquin, secretary of ment between the city and C. Avenue. screen fencing along the bad j
tha company. by Joseph B. Rogers, requesting a boat manufacturing busbies expansion of the business. The St Teresa's Catholic Woman's Finley Knight, owner of the is made ;by the owner, his lot to enclose a iwinuj
The company operates systems that property located on there. credit bureau Is presently operating Club requesting refunding of the Quality Courts Motel on South I Alfred Gary. pool The property is at 18F'
In former unincorporatedareas Garden Street and the FEC spur Consider rezoning application under a special: use permit occupational license fee for the Washington Avenue, at corner Sitting as a board of adpust-
of the city which were con line. The application, recomBrewer of Paradise Park, located on and the permit has expired. Buyer's Bargain Shop operated of Olmstead Drive, whereby the I ment the council Mill hear a re- glen Drive.
Motel owner will agree to pay

Bicycle Riders Chamber Meeting Five Iii usville a$21,065 lift:station of the and estimated to extend cost water of

Will Handle Wednesday NightThe and sewage to the motel. .: P CASH
Hear recommendation from
a
Struck Hit Annual General Member- Firms CharteredFive
I By the city manager that the city
ship Meeting of the Greater Tiusville participate in the cost of bringIng -


Certain' City CasesAlthough And Run FridayTwo im.be The held Chamber meeting Wednesday of will Commercewill be at held 8 among Titusville the 14 Brevard firms County were of Commerce the the Florida Florida to Titusville State Travel Chamber on Council Oct of ONE DAY SERVICES

corporations granted charters 21 and 22 for an interim meet.
boys riding double on a at Citizens Bank common
officially retired as I torney and assistant city attorneys bicycle were the victims of a recently, according to Secre- ing. It is estimated that the en- 50.00 to S600.00
city attorney, Max Brewer, who but Brewer said that pressIng hit and run accident Friday Ity room. tary of State Tom Adams. tire cost will be about $600 and By Phone
in that "This will be "Town Hall" the has been asked to contribute Male The Arrangements
served for 14 yean business of the firm necessitated night about 8 o'clock on U.S. 1 a city
has agreed to handle I type meeting, and an Importantone These local firms are: $200.
capacity, his firm's retirementThe two miles north of Mims.
certain cases for the city with for which I. Paul Graves of Titusville and ," Pat Blumer, chamber Hawkins Construction Co., 17 Hear a recommendation for a 2674331Joulheirn
which he is familiar. cases suggested his 7-year-old nephew, who was president said today. "We urge Fern Ave.,with authorized stock 60 day extension be allowed ,
City Manager Cleveland Tal- the firm is to continue are the riding the crossbar, were struck members to attend and express of 100 shares of common at $100 Southern Drillers to complete
madge will recommend to the extremely important City from behind by a motorist as themselves on their ideas for per share, filed Oct. 2, 1964, work on the city: well systems.
city council tomorrow night that First Florida Utility purchase they were heading north next to projects for the chamber to dealing In general construction. Hear a report that the Housing Loan Company
the firm of Crofton, Brewer and agreement which Brewer had the median strip, according to tackle during the ensuing Incorporators are listed as and Home Finance Agency
Holland be allowed to continue handled since the outset. Other Sheriff Leigh Wilson's office. year," he continued. Charles R. Hawkins, Ruby I. 344 S. WASHINGTON AYE TITUSVILU
handling certain cases for and cases are the City State of Graves' right leg received cuts Hawkins, Charles F. Broome all I has approved the use of approx.
on behalf of the city. These Florida bond validation decision and abrasions and a possible of Titusville. Papers were filed
cases are matters that the form. recently handed down from the fracture. His nephew was knock. Missile Talk by Charles F. Broome. Winning Warm Frimdi For Florid Sine. m.lJng *
er city attorney's firm had handled Supreme Court which dismissed ed from the bicycle into the center
in the pastTabnadge "with prejudice" an appeal of of the median strip but was H &: R Builders, Inc., 147
also recommendsthat Theodore Robbins trying to not injured. Graves was unableto By Ike Riaell Anna Drive, with 10 shares of
such representation would stop the validation of the $4,* Identify the vehicle. common of no par value, filed
Oct. 2, 1964, dealing in buildingand
not prohibit the firm taking representation 185,000 revenue bond issue. The accident was investigated Ike Rlgen of Titusville, chiefof onKla e'1 T,1R
before or against the I. Other matters to be handled I II. by Trooper Tom Conners of the Electrical Engineering contracting. Incorporatorsare ,

city in matters not connected by Brewer will bo the purchase Highway Patrol, assisted by Guidance and Control for NASA, R. Coleman Foster H., Ella Coleman Mae Coleman, Charles, .................... ...'"!IIr'.......... ...,. V'"
with the cases. of the Bayvlew School for a Deputy Albert Carter of the spoke to the Kaffee Klatch of
Brewer and almost the entire I. city hall and purchase of the Titusville Sheriff's office the Chamber of Commerce Frl- all filed of by Titusville.Kenneth B.Papers Morton were, TI-
firm of Crofton, Brewer and new city dump site on Route day morning on the Apollo tusville.
Holland had acted as city at 50. Holland Is In Manned Lunar Expeditions. Cordially; WelcomesYou
Through the use of slides, Rig- Panning Lumber and Truss
"Good Condition" ell explained how these manned Co, P. O. Box 5086, with authorized -
Hew Farmers Of America expeditions to the moon stock 1,000 shares of / and Your Family

I Lindsey Holland, a partner In would probably take place and common at $10 per share, filed
the law firm of Croston, Brewer gave; the sequence of events as Oct. 6, 1964, dealing in hard- Ann Houchlns To '(our New Home!
Chapter Al Gibson School and Holland, and son of U.S. they would possibly happen In ware and builders supplies. Listed Supervisor
Senator Spessard Holland, is the Apollo program. as incorporators are M. E 219 Thornton The State of Florida
A chapter of the National organization Samuel Leon Miller; Parliamentarian reported "in good condition" At the conclusion, Rlgell quoted Panning, Robert F. Panning, 267-7157 \
of the New Farmers Perk Bryant; Asst after being struck by a hit and Astronaut Wally Shirrah, Patty J. Panning, all of Or
of America was organized Parliamentarian, Ronnie Williams run automobile Friday morning who, when asked why send lando.
at Andrew J. Gibson School on ; Historian, Willie King; Holland was transferred to, men to the moon on this dangerous HOSTESSES
Magnolia Office Plaza, Inc.
,
opt; 24, 1964. The organization Chaplain, Louis Gantt; Song Orange Memorial Hospital in I ; mission, answered: 145: Bermuda Ave., with authorized FRANCES' ELROD It is our desire to make you feel welcome .
Is for students studying Vocational and Cheer Leader, Philip White Orlando for continued treatment; When else can you find a device stock of 1,000 shares of 267-2923 I*
following the accident that can see, touch, taste and to acquaint with
Agriculture.The John A. Glenn, Sr. Is Advisor common at $100 per share, filed you your
MARY LOU PIERCE
According to the Sheriff's Department and reason, and can be massed
following officers were The purposes for which the Holland's car had I produced by using unskilled laXMT. Oct. G, 1964, dealing In builders 247-1587 city.
and contractors.
e'ected: President, Leonard organization Is formed are: stalled near the Florida Powel ." Incorporatorsare HELEN B. WALSH
listed G. S. Goshorn
as ,
Lewis; Vice-president, Levi and Light's huge new plant at Rlgell summed up his talk by 267-045
1. To develop competent aggressive June Sucharsld, Bernice Guth-
Grayson; Secretary, Wayne Frontenac about 12 miles soutl I L .
saying:
agricultural and rural tie, all of Titusville filed by G. .
;;
Henry Gantt; Treasurer, William of here and was evidently walk 'Man' has broken the chain of
Jerome Brooks; Reporter, leadership. Ing along the highway whet, gravity which bound him tot S. Goshorn. If you are new in the area, a phone I
Herman Mack; Watchman, 1 To encourage Intelligent struck, for he was found nom: earth. He has opened the door Roy F, Roberts &: Sons Land

choice of farming occupations. distance from his car. Into space, with due regard to Developers, Inc., P. 0. Box 1716, call will bring a prompt visit from
Holland suffered multiple train the majesty and order of Cod's with authorized stock 500 sharesof you
t. To encourage members to lures of an arm and leg am I Domain. He is adding to his common at $100 per share, local hostess. Please give her call!
PlaygroundGales improve the home, the farm bruises and cuts. your a
multiple knowledge and understanding of! filed Oct. S, 1984, dealing in real
and surroundings natural phenomena. Before him estate and personal property
She has and free and wonderful
Closed 4. To participate In worthy I stretches the limitless uni Incorporators are G. S. Gas maps many
undertakings for the improve- Florida School verse." horn, June Sucharsld, Bernlece for from local businesses!
Gates to the playground in Indian ment of agriculture. Course Praised Rlgell was Introduced by Guthrie, all of Titusville; filed gifts you
River being developed Chamber President Pat Blumer. by G. S. Goshorn.
Heights
.
5. To members In
as a project of the Indian encourage I TALLAHASSEE (AP) Th
River City Woman's Club, the development of Individual Valley Forge Foundation presented
will be locked today for one farming programs II the Florida Departmen

week while grass Is being plant. 6. To practice and encourage I of Education its fourth freedom
ed. thrift I foundation award Tuesday f o :
its high school course "Amerl
"We realize that mothers are 7. To develop character, train canlsra vs. Communism." I
going to be disturbed about the for useful citizenship and foster Accepting the award wa
gales being locked but the grass patriotism. State School Supt Thomas Ball
seed is going In today and we ey who accepted one for the department
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want to give It a chance to take The chapter has 59 membersand and another for him
hold," a spokesman for the club: meets every Tuesday at self last year
told the StarAdvocate.She 2.15: pm. Fred Turner, director: of hi
struction, won a 1964 award fo
asked that parents and
children cooperate by not GUESTS OF SCHENCXS his part in the program.

climbing: the fence or trying to
.
Mr. and 5 irs. Ceorje Kalghnof I"" I III!
in.
get She added that the club has Glen Ridge, N.Y. are guestsat :TWIN TOWERS The biggest boldest most beautifulchange

on order five big pieces of playground the Kenneth Schenck home, WtNTAt APARTMENT ,
equipment, which will be 112 DozIer Ave. Mr Kalghn is
Installed in the next 10 days. a member of the borough council COCOA IMCtt I
'rA, (.,,, AJdfU'
In his home er
The city Is planting the grass. : city.
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ever happened a

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