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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 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
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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)-
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The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents ,,ete

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84th Year No 125 16 Pages Today Titusville. Florida, Friday, October 16. 1964 5e Per Copy Published Mondays, We d Fridays





I Titusville Leads Downtown Traffic Count





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t4 I Growth PallernIndicafed


Feasability Report Bendix Opens In



Office Here j jI Traffic CountDowntown

: Ordered For Mims'Central ;p 1s r1 ,-
I TUwtlle: has t b ehighest
t B A personnel office Is being i iopened I I The basic scope of work for
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traffic tn
1 count an average
Ir ; today, In Titusville by Bendix Involves the hollowing
El. the Bvndlx Corporation areas: operation of Launch 24 hour period of any
The office!, located In the 8roy.I I Complex 39 the center of other city In Brevard County,
t I hill Building 2321 South Washington launch activities for the Apollo according! to figures released
Water SystemAt rMaR Is managed by Paul I project: engineering support today by the State Road Dfpan.ment *

cishaar, Bendix Industrial Relations services; technical shop opera
Manager for the Merrltt Itoni.: propellant services: ordnance Almost 26,000 cars per 24 hour

a public meeting held last feasability report and the fol. following officers: Lyle E Duff, Island Launch Area (MILA). storage and check out. period funnel through the
night at the Mlms Fire Station 0 0i materials/ testing and cleaning downtown area I between> Main I
j The Bendix Field Engineering
lowing were duly elected to said chairman; William S. Austin,
the citizens in attendance agreedto of services, and converter compressor and Garden where the S.R.D.
Corporation a subsidiary
committee: William S. Austin, vice-chairman and Wayne J. traffic
counter computed tile
proceed with preliminary the Bendix Corporation, was facility operations.
plans for a central water system Wayne J, Kershner, Joseph Kershner, secretary-treasurer. i : recently! awarded a contract by average 24 hour flow This Is
Jim Mi-Clean Bendix Public
for the Mims area, Warren Jr., Roland C, Webb The committee ordered a feas John F. Kennedy Space Center based on figures from S.pteJU'bcr
It was determined on motion and Lyle E, Duff ability report to be prepared by NASA, to provide launch- Relations Councilor estimated 1943 to October 1964 accordIng
by the group in attendance that Following adjournment of the Vincent B. Pickell, representingL 1 (support services for MILA, that employment by the com to Billy Taylor of the county
a a 5 oman steering committee be 1 public meeting, the steering R. Isbell & Associates, consulting rank W. Vaughn, vice,p'esb pany would ptwilbly reach 3K( engineering department.In
nominated to proceed with a I committee met and elected the engineers. dent I of Bendix Field Engineering : highly technical and specialized. comparlwm.! Cocoa, in the
I Corporation, is the Project personnel the first year. Increasing ,downtown section carries 17,621
Manager and director of launch to 600 to 700 after the at the heaviest travelled spot

/support. services. Initial year. Further out on the 120 Causeway
I however, the traffic pat
VotersVoter tern count Jumps up to 29,975
66,249 FIREMAN GETS ASSISTANCE Captain Jim Pen- Iron Worker Dies which Includes the traffic to an4from ;

dergraff, 30-year-old Titusville-fireman is shown being the Cape Coco Beach,
helped from the Board of Public Instruction M1LA. and PAra Just past the

registration In Brevard 110.000 since the May primaries, visor of Registration Edna Car. building fire Thursday afternoon following{ a narrow AlA intersection with 520, t" a
County has Increased by almost I|according to the office of Super- lile, with the present registration escape from being overcome by smoke lie inhaledan In Trailer Blaze count dwindles to 21,630, which
standing at a record break. excessive amount of chemically polluted air discharged indicates some 5000 cars are
Ing "whopping" big 66,249, from fire extinguishers while fighting the turning north to the MILA, or
Roundtree OosesCounty blaze. He was given oxygen and reported to be in I A fire which destroyed a mobile .not turned In until about S a m. South to South Merritt Island.
The registration books con. Cocoa Beach at the Inttnec
lamed the names of slightly good condition. The fire caused only minor damage.SA home early Thursday morning "This Indicates: ," he said, tlon of AlA and the (20 cause-
also claimed the life of Its
more than 57000 prior to the Photo. only occupant F N Thomas, "that the heat in the trailer had way, carries an average toad of
closing in April of this year. :43 gotten to the point thatIt 28,550 while in the downtown
Seat Move of stopped the clock, and yet business section it drops to 10,.
The trailer home Thomas,
The new totals show there are 920 at the
48,338 Democrats registered Captain Has located at 227 Dele-pine Ave, there was no evident flames peak.
within the county while GOP was completely: engulfed inflames from the outside. When the The heaviest traveled point In
Bill Roundtree, Democratic I position regarding present effort registration has an increase, when the TttusvlUe Fire heat got to the point that it exploded South Brevard is Eau Gillie
candidate for the Florida to burden taxpayers with eithera with 16.50J 24
Department arrived inside the trailer the causeway per
now standing at 16,243.
House, stated Wednesday that ', referendum of removal of Close Shave According to Chief Jim mulling noise caused notice by' hour period.In .

le fi "unaJterably opposed to courthouse." to any other location Broken down the registration/ Brown,'the fire cause has a o t neighbors. who turned in the I North Brtvard, the ass t
shows: I been determined However, he alarm heaviest (raffle saturated pointIs
removal of the county court. Roundtree added in Inhaling excessive amountof Inch plywood paneling housing
his an
return the burned Thoma. moved to this at I point ilt-
said fire had slowly area approximately !
house from TltusvUle. wire "I have been publicly Democrats, 44.838 white, 3 846 chemically polluted air, Ti !communication equipment 1 In
for a 'long time" and finally about three years ago from uated on US 1 at about the
this Negro, Republicans, 15,897hite tusvUle Fire Jim Peed turn, setting fire to a celote
his
stating ( opposition to Captain ,
The statement came in an reached a comburtlonable state, Lake Butler and was employedas city limits This carries an average -
swer to a telegram sent to the removal) on every opportunity and 346 Negro. ergraff narrowly escaped being partition covering" the air-e 0 n. blew out a window and the flash an Iron worker He la sue daily flow of 19,17 automobiles.
Donn Searle, "Chairman, Bre for years." Broken down by sexes, It Is I overcome by smoke while fightIng dltlonlng system according to fire resulted consuming al i vlved by relatives in Lake Butler ,
Roundtree's GOP R. a fire contained in a mechanical Fire Chief Jim Brown.
opponent
vard Citizens .
County Commit.tee" found that male voters are evidently most everything In the trailer
who the W Grady, took the opportunity control room at the The fire was first discover ; forward.
oppose courthouse losing the vast lead Fire Capt. Jim Plndcrgraph Smith Funeral home
re-location recently, speaking before various they once held The figures reveal Board of Public Instruction at ISO: pm when the air-con- said he noticed a clock in the I ed the remains to Lake Butlerfor Chamber Eec: :;
In Searle's wire, he asked civic groups, to seriously that 33,776 voters are men Building Thursday afternoon. dltionlng system began! making trailer that stopped at 1:50: : services and burial at Dc-kle
Roundtree question the fight to locate the Pendergraff, completely covered an unusual sound, then shutting there.
: while Just 1,300 votes behind are pointing out that the alarm was Cemetery
courthouse in Central Brevard.His I with the white chemical! on and off
the women with 32,476 Directors To
"Your opponent in upcoming main point against the discharged from two fire 'x. Mort Parks, building supervisor ;
election publicly stating his opposition move was his fear of creating Freeholders account for over tlngulshers, comparable to a opened the door of t Iii( Burns "Fish Rally
to moving Brevard split within the county, that he 50.000 of the total number of tine dust, was helped from the room and found the entire wall Haydon Fry"
.County Courthouse. Our people called "sectlonallsm-Itls o n e voters, indicating the high per. building by two assistant fire. covered with flames Pares Pick Officers
concerned regarding your stand. disease this county cannot afford centage of per capita home men then rendered oxygen by emptied two water-type fire *xtlngulxhcrs .
Please wire me your unqualified ." ownership FA Smith of Smith Ambulance, on the blue then Set Tuesday Al Blanton ParkA Greater Titusville Chamber of

who was on /standby at the sealed off the room by shutting Commerce elected a new slate
What More Could Any Girl Wish For? scene. Pendergraff was not In a double door until the fire department huge political' rally honorIng out and have free lunch with us of directors for the ensuing yearof
Jured. I arrived. Mayor Haydon Burns of and talk to the next ,governor, of 116413, at the general menvbernhlp
"The minor fire, causing only Chief Brown said "keepingthe Jacksonville. Democratic candidate Florida, discuss with him any meeting Wednesdaynight
I moderate smoke damage apparently I doors closed and allowingno for governor, will be heldat problems you might have" .

In A Movie With Robert Taylor started from an electri air draft to reach the blaze Blanton Park Tuesday beginning He Is aim inviting the housewives The slate of directors approved
cal box holding a light fixture, helped cut down the fire jnd at II '.m. to bring the children to by the membership are: Bob
which Ignited a threequarterBulletin smoke damage." Burns will be accompanied by the playground while they vlxlt Bright, of WFUtr red a: Lyle
Barbara Cannon i Mrs. LIndsey, "but she will be only remark she could get from his wife and members of, his'I with Mrs Burns and aim have Duff, of Duffy's Real Estate
I([I talking drectly to Robert Taylor I her fellow students. campaign staff and will be met' lunch. .Minis; Henry II. Hudson, Star.
An attractive young studentat I|i in one scene and she gets But it is "hard to believe", I by his campaign manager here I "It Is very Important that we Advocate: Karl Jones, president
Coquina Elementary School I all bubbly inside thinking about I Curtis Futch. and a imiUircadn give Mr Burns a huge how of First| Federal Sa/irgs :and
lias been selected to play the it". even for a 10 vear old little TOKYO (AP) Communist It wss the explosive result of will herald the candidate's ar voting strength( and confidence loan: Don MscLean of the Town
part of an Indian girl In a mov I I Suzy was excited like any I girl who, after/' she gets a big"grownup" China announced it exploded' a long drive by Mao Tze.lung's rival. I In his platform," flitch said today Motel: HI: N. III, president
ie to be filmed in the Florida I Social Security Red regime to Join the world The rally will also Include al "we have been very fortunate Citizens Bank; and WendJllSeme
would be and could
young girl card will Its first atomic bomb In the
Everglades beginning next Mon. : begin "shooting"scenes nuclear club. huge free fUh fry, with the under the present admlnln- president of WhltakerKltttrlc
day. I:not wait to tell her classmates in a Teal live movie" western region of China at 3i I The announcement was madeIn traditional mullet, hush puppiessnd Italians and have fared well .
'In the sixth grade at Coquina, Tuesday with a 'famous moviestar" Brewer road The dlrectnrs will meet Monday
Ten.year-old Melinda Suzanne p.m. today a broadcast by the offlcal cols slaw as the menu. with Max as our
Llndbey tried out fur the part I 'I don't believe (it", was the I Radio Peking announced t he'test I New China News Agency at II Futch Is urging the people of board member, But we must at the Chanticleer: Inn and

last week and, after/' several return 1 was a success I p.m. 10 '.m. EST. North Brevard to turn out and snow our next governor that we I from a slate presented by the
trips to Winter Park, received :: welcome: the Democratic candi are behind him 100 per cent to nominating committee, will
her script yesterday, Al. # i date. He has especially\ Invited even Increase. the road programs elect officers for the chamber,
.
other state Tat Blunter, of
though Suzy, as she prefers to office workers and employees In and aKencben. manager
be called was first considered a ., .w the downtown section \to "come fits," be added. Southern Bell here, la outgoing

for the part because of her dark I president
hair, dark eyes and olive complexion .
her reading was "very Keene Berra Roy Wood Attacked;

good and turned out to be the Assailant ArrestedA
major factor in her getting the
Resigns ResignsNEW young Titusville man today
role.The has been with three
movie "The Cry Of l ,Arm s 8T LOUIS (CAP) Johnny YORK (AP) Yogi counts of charged assault and battery
Laughing Owls", will star Robert ; $
Keane resigned a. manager of Berra will not return as manager following t fight that occurredlast
Taylor, Chad Everett and
the world champion St Louis of the pennant-winning New night at Wood Sunoco Station
Geraldine Brooks. It will be Cardinals, the Associated Press York Yankees Friday, climax. which sent the owner, Roy
,
directed by Paul Wendkes and ;. Tonlght.theTtfarrWgfa$ Territr's'mea$,he World i
unprecedented
produced by John Hugh under ilbowrnt High' iullfafr l (irta5, tofurtant Breverd] learned todayIn leg Series an aftermath I Wood, to Holiday Hospital Or
H football it l a letter which was In te Undo, where he Is reported to
Productions feat next night aIn
the Nova bannerfor : ty clash. frtday The announcement was madeat
.
Butch, be In fair condition.Hubert
handed to August / president i
Allied ArtIsU. This will be soda the Tcrrtw and th* ]
lor) *
important efltlre fit the lard, and written a press conference' only a few Frank Edwards 2$. of
Hugh fifth production In Florida IjjH schooL hours after It was disclosed that
Sept, 28, Keane said: TKusvtlto was charged by tile
Jtll b and Wg plaits ate "in I Johnny Keane had quit as manager
; jbomn'owinfr This Is to tubmlt my re,lg Tttuaville Police Dept on assault
Suzy Is the daughter/ of Paul iiJuauiL of the world champion M.
fcwW lor 'stuxtonttf and nation as field manager of the and battery counts. ItAclJI'dlni :*
and Betty LIndsey. 300 Key Lows Cardinal The Cards
The bomecorzuflg eaenlatlvte hate fleet en it wins animate: effective: .M to Police Chief W T.
Largo Dr., and has two brothers ;cpt defeated Berra Yankee In a I I
Brown, Edwards, apparently
ejected..bftng j pond b/ students the rre jjI of the wi championship NationI I I
who "adore her" David hard fought seven-game sertvs.
: the scene of the tight but was
I whether H M
(17)) and Ronnie ((15botb) students The bontecbrr lfatr4 queen wdll tected League game Berra has accepted a new Ute apprehended by Patrolman
the end of the regular SCSMM or
at Titusvtile High School. I from amocg ix,rvpt Wtatlvu et UK Sent at the end of the World Series. two-year contrast the Yankee Les Brandies at 1 p.m. today
This ambitious young lady is CIAIL Th reprthtexo44tbfvet sri trio oli fnotb4l I organization a* a special field Involved In the fight believed
Xdwarxfo Charts Ilugglnsisnd "1 want you to know that 1 I consultant under general manager
a student of the Ernest School ayte'-'Tomnnyf i \to be caused by an argument
of Dance the Andrea Modeling avid Ward.wWJ tha girls art Boon* HJraybr ',Theta have enjoyed working fur you Ralph hook, who made the wing from the price of auto
School and a member of the and Detains Hasjttrfori ince you have owned the Card announcement at the press con mobile Ores, were Wood and
Nighties Theatre sale. a* wen as the many years ference. attendants, at the
1waturnrst 4d the hw t< i nil court wflI. two working
for young people. Stay was r1trbE. I spent within the organizationprior "As far u any announcementof .station Edward Jackson and
elected for a leading role in UNUSUAL "HOME WORK" Melinda Suzanne I Matt and Pat ? and anp et to that time. a new manager Is concerned, James Anderson.

Little Red Riding Hood this I (Suzy) Limber will be busy with unusual home and 16ddte, "I regret very much the re- there are a number of men'' According to Jackson "Ed
paM ,inner but lad to turn It work this weekend-studying the first scenes to be "d fhe, vra s to realty of this decision: epe- under tnrwtderalkoa as YogiMK ,wards and Wood were arguing
down due to her family vacation. filmed for the Florida movie "The Cry Of Laugh. '> v nazi dally severing the cke reUUons 'e *ur and a decision"t* sxI 1, ,I in the doorway of the statiosj
ing Owla", in which the has the part of aa Indian j I have bad with so many I peeled within a week, said I Illouk.
"Us just a small part" said guL-Carlson Photo of the Cardinal personaeL (Continued Oa Page 16)




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I Explainstion Of Amendments On Nov. BallotThe




of following each brief description er of Agriculture lof that number, there is no need houses of a state legislature, ago. None of the three factors arrangements with more time House of Representatives. Thereis of the Florida Supreme Court In
aid amendment to vndentand-Is Intended With the ratification of the I for increasing the number of1'Mould be based on population I as formulated in lull\ is closely and a greater range in interest I no requirement that the workof would raise the amount of tax
as an Florida Constitution of la circuits Population expansion under the Equal Protection related to the present requirement rates making possible the splitting !I a Constitutional Convention funds available to schools,
bug and to making aa intelligentderision ; Commissioner of Lands andpropo6 an be absorbed by adding to Clause of the 14th AmendmentThe of counties for secondary of issues into short and ; be submitted to the voters for
regarding each migration became the Com: > the number of COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT
Judges in any Federal District Court in roads : ratification.
bonds The added
al ;before reaching the polling: stoner of Agriculture, with Lie given circuit rather than by add Miami has been directed to apportion USE Of STATE SCHOOL FUND :! method- of establishing instructional I Amending the constitution (no OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
booth on election day The order keeping of the Bureau of Immigration APPOINTMENT IN CERTAIN
'
ing to the number of circuits.
the Florida Legislature! FOR CAPITAL OUTLAY. Art. units would Improve the more than one revised article
of the amendments the COUNTIES. Art.
'feailot win not necessarily on be the amendment assigned eliminates! to him.duties This APPORTIONMENT Of THE under the June Supreme Court XII, Sec. S, addition. 'I salability of the bonds and per amendment) now requires section. XII, eddy
relating FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. decision. Although Court action The State School Fund is composed would protect the hoMers of I a 3-5 vote of each house and a
fame listed here. The amendment
as to the Bureau of Immigration
would
: Art. VII, Amendment ef Article. has been initiated to declare the of revenue from the proceeds bonds of counties which might majority vote of the electors for mit In per.
DUTIES OF THE COMo which is now Inactive. This amendment would above amendment unconstitutional of all lands that have lose instructional units due to a I adoption. If % of each house decide voters if seven counties to
placein wish
they to
MISSIONER OP AGRICUL NUMBER OF JUDICIAL CIR.I and to remove it from the been or may be granted to the decrease in school population. Is in accord, an amendment have the
TURE. Art. IV, Sec. 21, changeIn CUITS PROVIDED BY T the constitution the apportionment November ballot, there has state by the federal governmentfor Neither the 1952 amendment nor : may be submitted to the electors county superintendent of public
section. LEGISLATURE. Art. V, Sec I. plan voted into law by a been, up to time of publication, public school purposes, donations the proposed revision increase at a special election rather instruction appointed by the
"'ThIs'amendment would change subtec. ((1), addition. special session of the Legislature no order to do ao. to the state when the state aid for capital outlay and than at the next general elec county school board. The coun

the duties of the Commissioner The Legislature Is now empowered In 1963. The plan cans for DISTRIBUTION OP "SECOND purpose is not specified, special debt service but do provide an tin ties are Okeechobee EscamMa: Lake Mar.

of Agriculture in two ways: to establish 18 Judicial a 43-member Senate and Ill-, GAS TAX"t EXTENSION TO appropriations from the state, option to county school boardsto tion.The amendment provides for Putnam, and Palm Beach,
the elimination of his superVision circuits of not less than 50,000 member House of Relresenta- : JANUARY 1, 2111. Art IX. proceeds of forfeitures or un obtain state-sold bonds. an alternative method for either Seminole. The
over matters pertainingto inhabitants of single or contiguous -. tlves, apportioned in such a way Sec 14, change In section. claimed property and 25 per cent CON The complexities of entire revision or for amend. proposition would take effect in
public lands and over the counties. This amendment that approximately 27 per cent This amendment would move of the sales of public modern life demand the highest ing portions of the constitution. any of those counties where favored .

Bureau of Immigration As well would permit the establish- of the state population would the terminal date of section 16 lands now or hereafter owned by type educational system a state Either house may propose such by a majority of the qual-
Wed electors
ment of as many as 20 circuits elect a majority in the House the state. To date the interest afford. resolution. If adoptedby voting in the elec
as retaining the legally pre. from Jan 1, 1(83, to Jan. I, can The time has come by Joint tion.
fcrtbed duties! relating to agriculture of not less than 50,000 Inhabl and 15 per cent elect a majority 2018, aa extension of 25 years. from the Fund has been used to for reappraisal of the education. a 3.5 vote of both houses, the
the amendment confirms tants each. The provision is of Senate members. The This .la the only change. support and maintain the free al needs and the state's ability proposal would be submitted to The county school board must

the supervision of the added that the number of circuit Legislature would reapportion Two cents per gallon of the to public school system, with the to support those needs other the electors at the next general request such an election, at
Commission Judges residing in coiuv. Itself again at the 1971 regular amount allocated to each than the either a special or any regular
state prison by the any tal state tax on gasoline and other county by a piecemeal process of election or Legislature may
er of Agriculture whose mail q ty will not be reduced regard. session and every 10 years petroleum products is placedin added as part of, not in addition a little money from one source, call for a special election at an primary or general election, the
duties are unrelated to the J pen less of future revisions in circuit thereafter, following the latest the "State Road Distribution : to, that county's share of a little more from another and earlier date. election to be called by the

0J syitem. assignments of the coun federal census. Fund" for road and bridge construction Minimum Foundation Program more from someplace else. Revenue PRO Florida needs a new board of county commissioners. ,

Approval of the amendment ties.PRO The House membership allots within the counties. As appropriations. from the sale of motor vehicle constitution or considerable revision Any county adopting the appointive

would:, remove discrepancies With the rapid growthof one seat to each county and the the "second gas tax" It is divided The amendment would permit licenses might more logically of the present one. T b e method may after four
}>ctween tine constitution and the the state and, therefore, remaining seats are assigned in Into three equal parts and the use of the principal for be spent for road purposes proposed amendment would years, return to its former status
statutes. Legislation passed in heavier work loads for the circuit proportion to population (population distributed to the counties In capital outlay for state universities make it possible to do either of by means of the same election .
CONTINUITY
'1903 transferred the powers and Judges, an increase in the figures based on U.S. cit. the following manner: one part Junior colleges and public LOCAL OF STATE AND these and have the changes offered I procedure described above,
Iflutles for public lands to the number of circuits would cut liens only). The Senate membership by area, one part by populationand schools. PERIODS GOVERNMENTS IN to the voters for approvalThe PRO Approval would allow -
trustees of the Internal Improve down the area of each and the! Is determined by senatorial one part according to the PRO The State School I OF EMERGENCY. drawback of the present arrangement the citizens in each of the
ment Fu d. ,Proceeds from 'the travel required by the JudgesIn districts drawn by the county's contribution for state Fund Is small (about $11,000,000)) Art.. XVI, Sec. 1 A, added sectlon. is that the work of 'named counties to make their

tale of any state.held land are getting from one courthouse Legislature The districts are road construction. This formula and not act to be Increased sub a Constitutional Convention own decision about the appoint.
This
set flpart as the Internal Improvement to another within the circuit apportioned to represent economic was established In the legislative stantially.: Use of the principalof amendment adds a section I v-ould not necessarily be givento ment or election of their school
: Trust Fund The The Florida Constitution contains interests, geographicareas Acts of 1131. the Fund for capital outlay to Art. XVI to provide for the voters for ratification. superintendent Nineteen other
'trn tqes.or the Fund have the specifics based on population and population. Every PRO Is Justified now because of urgent emergency action In time of dis Provisions dealing with the counties already have this right
Gives
bower:to sell and transfer such such as the number of Judicial ,district will contain one or chance to sell counties a school needs in a rapidly aster caused by enemy attack. same subject may be found in Those favoring the appointment .
long term road The
would be
ands, to invest any surplus circuits, necessitating that J more contiguous counties; each bond Issues growing state. This is especially Legislature empowered more than one article in the of school superintendentspoint
in governmental stocks amendments taking into ..ac I district will have one senator; funds pledging gas tax true since, by state regula to fill vacancies whether present constitution making article out trs advantages 1)) of
jnoney
as prescribed by law and have count the Increases in population 1 no county Is to be divided except .expiration beyond date.the Safeguards present 1983 the Lion, investment of the principalIs for elective the: continuation or appointed offices, by article revision quite more sftetent administration
the authority to administer, be placed before the votersof Dade County which will Interests of limited and the money earns of state imoractical. with the srptrimendent responsIble
manage and conserve all state the state for approval J have two districts with two senators CON small counties. less in interest than the cost of and local governmental opera. CON More satisfactory results to the school board 2)) of
With Florida's tions.
lands not designated to another CON With provision in another I elected countywide rapid borrowing a like amount of can be obtained by use of the removal of the office from
growth some
more recent determinant Emergency al
measures
agency The .five trustees of part of Section 6 of the On June 15, 1964, the U.S. Supreme : or formula should be money for capital outlay proj so be adopted conforming may, in so the Constitutional Convention political pressures and cam.
the Fund are the Governor, At. judicial article for one circuit I Court handed down a decision 1 used for the distribution of ects. far as is reasonable and method of revision because the paigning efforts and 3) of the
torney General, Comptroller, Judge in each circuit for 50.000 involving six states stating I tax funds other than those gas established CON Use of the principalfor !, to requirements of practical the participants would be chosen for freax-r certainty of an appointee
capital outlay is not a realistic that specific Job, not electedon having professional training not
,Treasurer and the Commission population or a major fraction that membership In both 1 more than 30 Constitution for similar mat
years but now of elected of.
a stopgap, approach to other legislative issues. The required an
school financing. Though small, ters. Legislature has a full work load ficial.
BOB HUDSON'S the School Fund could be Increased TERMS OF OFFICE FOR for its regular sessions requiring CON An adequate systemfor

'J' ; I J ... with the application of THOSE CREATED BY THE that, if proper considerationis the selection of a county
,., '''' '' ,',, : an improved law in regard to LEGISLATURE. Art XVI, Sec. to be given to constitutional superintendent is now in effect
; ..... "t ;- :.' ""r the reversion of unclaimed 7, change In section revision, the work would have The citizens of the seven counties
.. ') ::' .. : property to the state. The full The amendment if approvedby to be done at a special session. involved do not need an opportunity
..1'I." amount of the Fund could not be a majority vote will permit This being the case the provisionfor to vote for any other

*,' ,.....ti. I.. ': sr WRAPPER realized Immediately as part of implementation of a statute a Constitutional Convention system of selection.
: Jf M.' I ,', the Fund has been used as security passed by the 1963 session of should suffice.PROPOSED Those opposing the appointment

j\f ;:i> \ \ ,. for the purchase of local the Legislature establishing a of school superintendentssay
school bond issues. Board of Regents to direct the AMENDMENTS OF the people should control

'tI". r: J\ USE OF MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE affairs of the Institutions of high. I LOCAL APPLICATIONThe school policy and administration -

If )'Qu', jptA t ; paper' Monday he Is.truly'a part of the family. took the paper off "Old Betsy" revealed !in full at yesterday's REVENUE FOR er members learning.of Presently the the seven. affect four particular following counties amendments directly, which is only
lacked a little) Ink or had a Also! highly Interested are his and then ran it through a small Rotary Club luncheon. If you SCHOOL PURPOSES. Art. XII, Board of Control but partially possible if the officeof
I only constitutional
being
little ,-ouchplease: forgive wife, Martha! 'son' Bill and "Job press" to add color. ask him, expect a blush of red Sec. II, addition.As do all serve holders four-year of offices terms created, as amendments which exempt certain superintendent, the chief ad.
: were testing'' out, our,24 daughter\ Carol. And so the four This fine ministrator, Is made an appoint.ed
; was as long as we to appear. adopted In 1952 part of the by the Legislature. The change counties from general constitution one.COUNTY.
B'e, pressf( .completely new pent) 'a portion of Monday afternoon were only* printing a couple of revenue from the motor vehicle will permit staggered nine-year restrictions, they must

.l"J: nd'ive> bql .,"J'C. t ptD' with us, watching the thousand copies. In fact we re Likea good-dlnnes-\ 'am4.en license fee Vas to be used forcapitalcAutlay terms for a nine-member Boardof be voted on state-wide SUPERINTENDENTOF
plelns tql'Olt OUlt: I press, etc. operate 'member when we ran four sections tertainment all wrapped up for purposes In the Regents I CHANGE IN EXEMPTION OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION:
I We hope thai loflay'i Issue 1 is LWpld Jilt to saytfus, that we for a special Christmas only a buck a plate'FIn public iclKfols. Bonds'! sold for PRO The continuity of servo HOMESTEAD FROM TAXAtion APPOINTMENT IN TAYLOR

jf uch more nearly adjusted fur t'ydil M yuu official welcome kltlon, and used h different addition, you wilT be con these projects: were to mature ice provided by longer terms for for school purposes In COUNTY. Art. XII, added setHon. -

Ihe1/ proper printing tp South Hopkins Avenue color illustration on the front trlbutlng directly to the purchase before January 1, 1983. Most board members will be particularly SARASOTA COUNTY. Art. X, .

We feel that with the equipment 'and!'franlfly'we're: glad to have page of each, of books for the new Coq school bonds are issued for 20.25 beneficial as the university ..Sec. 7, change In section. The provisions of this amendment

we have and other to be .such/ fine neighbors. But as circulation grew, we ulna Elementary School Lib\ years which makes necessary I system expands. There are The change proposed in this are similar to those in the
Installed, we will be one of the llr and ,Mrs: Sihlda live In found this Impossible. And so rary. an extension of dates for financing now six educational institutions amendment would allow Sarasota preceding amendment involvingseven

beat equipped plants for a city the house next door to the south now we return to that capability \ Tomorrow from 5 to 8 p. m, of capital outlay projects and two more in the planning County, only, to tax for other counties. The difference *
of 4his size. and have also! followed the building however at a rapid the Indian River City Woman's and debt servicing if the 1 stage as against three when the school Durooses the first 12.000 is, that in Taylor County,

One thing is sure working progress with great Interest. rate of production Club is going to sponsor a spaghetti voters wish to use auto license present Board of Control was of assessed evaluation -of l homestead the decision would be made in

conditions are much nicer, And, supper cooked by tag money for issuing such established. The change would property. The $5,000 homestead a special election, called by the
Had a report that a local! render bonds. The major changes in commission within M
tor those of you who visited us Rushed to the fire at the those famous chefs, Ann Finn help to free board appointmentsfrom exemption would apply on county
curing construction back almost called us Wednesday school board office and John Matrazzo. Tls said this amendment would extend political pressures and $2,001 through $7,000 of home days after the receipt of the request -
come yesterday
night wondering if he had the final maturity date of bonds from the school board.
and see it now, If you think Me afternoon and found smoke that their spaghetti sauce is help to take politics out of high.er stead property value. Homestead -
were going to( have lots of received all of his copy ofWednesday's pouring out of an equipmentroom "out of this world." and extend the use of auto tag education. Other states with exemption for other than Arguments concerning this
SUr-Advnc But it doesn't stop there money to January 1, 2000. outstanding university systems school would remainon amendment are the same as
room. we're already pretty next to the school board purposes
Seems as though he looked the Other changes in the amendment have similar those listed relative to the
full ill the llttloq; meeting room.Immediately "Four Hits and a Miss, a provisions for their the first $5,000 of homestead pre-
pro ; area for our "Mullet Wrapper" column fine high school group, will are technical ones design. directional boards. The longer evaluation. Provision is made ceding amendment
(bless him) and couldnt thought that perhaps present entertainment during ed to improve the financing of term of office would utilize more for a favorable vote of the free AUTHORIZING CIVIL TRIALSIN
Congratulations to the people find It.We the names had been smoldering much of the supper serving school projects. Under present fully the experience and abilitiesof holders required for validation. BRANCH COURTHOUSES

Responsible for the fine business couldn't either and since the heated time. provisions the state Board of board members. PRO A majority of the IN DADE COUNTY. Art. XVI,
office addition on South U. S. 1. then discovered back In our school board meeting of Tuesday So you see they "all out" Education may sell bonds, on CON The administration of freeholders In Sarasota County added section.

:-- ,the Broyhill Building office it was lying there right or perhaps it was one on such a project go The cost Is behalf of county ,school boards, higher education should be set has already approved the The constitution provides for

ft is an extremely attractive where we put it, ready to 40; way to reduce facilities In ,only a buck a plate with half up to 75 per cent of a total fig up In the same manner as any amendment chance In aoo"_ ,all civil trials to be -held in
Structure and the East Central to the typesetting room. I Titusville so that it would take that amount for the youngsters ure at $400 per Instructionalunit other state office established by tlon of homestead exemption.The the county courthouse with the
.
Florida Regional Planning Council Sorry we missed getting it some of the sting :out of the under 12. of each county. A third the Legislature. Even though change would broaden the exception of Pinellas, Volusla

Searle Real Estate, Jol.tne's in. And we appreciate the Interest county seat removal question.For And, by the way, don't worry method has been added In the appointments may vary from tax base. With the same millagerate Highlands Brevard and Pasco
Travel Bureau! plus; others, or the reader, who missedit about the sauce being "too hot" amendment for determining the time of effective date, a four. considerable more revenue counties which already have
pave already moved In number of instructional units in term of office gives a would be amended
civil
an interesting tale regarding because the supper will be served year realized for school provisions for
This is a real addition to certain a county for use in computing opportunity to make than with trials In locations other the
a marriage proposal in the fire hall and there Is governor purposes the present than
Tltusvlllj the distribution
growing another A certain local New Yolk you might ask City Man. plenty of equipment to "put the of revenue :many appointments of persons exemption of the first five thousand county seats. This amendment
landmark, to indicate the faith Yankee fan, whom shall remain ager Cleve Talmadge. It was fire out." Changes In the wording will per. holding similar views to his own of assessed evaluation would permit civil trials in
\htupeople have In our com nameless, even though he mlt more flexible arrangement during his administration. The With a constitutional limit of 20 branch courthouses In any municipality .
is sales manager for Gus Faulk STAR, ADVOCATE'S for the sale of bonds and'a more lengthening of term would tend mills to be levied for school In Dade County, with

invite Chevrolet, is still trying to figure uniform system of debt retirement toward entrenchment In office purposes and with variable levels the principal offices to remainat
We didn't people In to out whether it was Yogi An average Interest and ADDITIONAL METHOD TO of assessment from county the county seat

see our equipment operate on Bear or Yogi Berra who sent Crossword principal charge per year (similar REVISE OR AMEND THE to county, some flexibility In financing PRO This would be a convenience .
our first day -w reserved that him a wire yesterday. PuzzleACROSS to house mortgage pay. CONSTITUTION. Art. XVII, has become a necessity. to all persons Involved
day for all our personnel, manyof The story goes that he received ments) could be set up insteadof Sec. 4, added section. CON Such a change, while In civil trials. An Increase in

whom were seeing'some of a wire: "Sorry we lost the present annual paymentof At present revision of the constitution broadening the tax base, is essentially the number of court cases, as
this equipment operate for the the World Series: Stop. We'll u DomeItI18..ChIef + v no less than 3 per cent of the may be accomplished a regressive tax and Is population continues to Increase -
first time. do better next 1. Fibbed eat 18.alas w N issue. The ceiling on interest by a 2-3 vote of all members of inequitable, in that It exacts a requires more space

But we included "our" personnel trywas signed Just "Yogi"year., B.B.SpoeUeor Art style L Kind DOWN of of tae H and rates one-half Is raised from four to four both houses of the Legislature higher proportion of tax from and-or places in which to hold
Gus Faulk family our pier tree aodiae per cent. stating the need for revision. If homestead property valued at' the trials.

neighbors the.north, and Mr. I Notice the color on page one 10.Jewish J.A blue dye 20iaanr } b for PRO With continuing need the electors, by a majority vote, (U,000.3ooo than property valuedat CON Misunderstanding
Und Mrs. Smlda, our neighbors of today's Star-Advocate? We month S.Greek letter rswna1L a expansion and improvementIn agree that revision Is necessary $8,000-7,000. A recent decision about the location of specific
to,the south. I wanted to demonstrate that we ltegiou 01 1.Holy Land ayme. the public schools provision I the Legislature then provides Dade County, in which 100 per trials may arise. An Increase ra
County Commissioner Faulk do have Afrtoe city ll.tldt should be made for advantag for a Constitutional Convention cent of Just valuation was established court costs would be Inevitable
I some color capabilities 12. Lawful I.Removed of
has eous financing. The amendment i i in number and the level of with than location for
followed our constructionand equal to as assessment more one
A SWIM
although we're not going 14. print = L...... .. allows for flexibility in '
equipment Installation to immclately into euitoa I.halt It. air bonding apportioned similarly to the If applied to all counties: holding trials.
go production U. God ot -.,.... 25.Dip out
rntre closely than some of us. SlBetlme*
1!ping next door, he has moved of multicolor pictures.We pleuniret Excavated AooedM >o.JupttertJT. . . . . . . . . .. . .
used to produce color on Eopt. Poplar .Toward wife
;across the street often, to Viewthe' our front page but It has le 'yUab of treee' 2e.A ooraset 3R Tarp trdintro
;: work going on, so we feel l been years. At that time we ILBrMkeraIXWUted Railroad 99.rat No Year's WaitFOR
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Mims Area NewsCadet I Plll Harbor Bellwood I!Stolen Property .


I By Vera York Sknmene" Anyone.denting more information I Georgia Tech on Oct. t. Mrs
Girl Scouts on tilts new troop may Siegmund reported a good trip,
OrganizeBy Mrs. Barbara Chesttat of Bell- :can ar-un. wonderful time and fine tame. I
wood is currently earoUed in a Mr. Hawkins Is a graduate of
Mrs .I two-week training course for The congregation of the Fron- Georgia Tech. Recoveries High
Mrs. Gladys Mclendon da Sh; Baseball Threw ldono Cwtt. Miss Mildred Brew
AM 71241A Theresa Jactiewfct; Movies and er, Mir .Mte Work and Mrs. leaders of Brownie Scouf: troops. tense: Baptist church enjoyed a
Cadet Girl Scout Troop hat Popcorn Ronald Forguson, Blanche Lockhart There will She win finish her training on good day of friendly fellowship Mr and Mn Harold Felten- f -
been organised for the MI I 1m.i Hayrides Mrs. Eva Powell; be four booths setting tickets' Saturday and in approximately Sunday, Oet 11 Plans forth e berger of SkMmore Trailer The Brevard County Sheriff the recovering of six automo
Area for aU girls in the 7th. 8th I Spook House. Mn. Zeta Martin: and chances to win one of the two weeks plans to announce day Included a chicken dinner Park, Beiiwood. are vtshirg! friends Department recovered I3M.JJ7.- bier four stolen license tags
and 9th grades The first troop Dart Throw, Mrs. Effie Porter four surprise cakes her first meeting.At served near the water's edge of and relatives in Decatur. 000 worth of stolen property during and the arrest of,one wante4
meeting will be Tuesday, Oct : Auction Mr Lyle Duff: I least seven girls have already Indian River The pastor is Rev ill the month of September and felon, the arrests of two escaped
20, at the home of Mrs. Bill Hats and Novelties Mrs. Ruth SM Shrine Circus been contacted as prospective Chan OarretL effected 400 arrests during the prisoners and the locating ot
Kbnbte on Pine Avenue, in Ekhert: Bean Bag Throw, Miss The Special Education Classof members. Mr. and Mrs. J C Malloryhad period. seven missing! persona
Spruce Hills For further information Judith Bennett: Miniature Golf Mrs Andrew Meyers of River as their guests recently The monthly activity report Other activity for the moot*,
call Mrt Kimble al Mien Nette Jessie, the Mims Elementary School Park Boulevard, Bettwond. had Mrs Mallory's parents Mr and from Sheriff Leigh Wilson's office included in the report shows
AM 71464. with their teacher, Mrs. Dora those that made it possible.In as her guest last week Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davidson, also Dr show that 78 cases were 6877 contacts were made by tile
Guess your weight and age, thy Levering joined other cooperation with the Fire Mrs Frank Norcross, daughter, and Mrs. Beasley all of Red closed, MO investigations were department 7M civil papers.
George Burke; Talent Show, Bill groups from Titusville and Prevention Program last week Shirley, and granddaughter, Allison Level, Ala. Mrs. Mallory says conducted, 12 traffic accidents were served; 757 criminal subpoenas
r Enjoy Picnic Kimble; Basket Ball Throw, traveled to Orlando Tuesday, the 1st, 2nd. and Srd. year of Fort Worth, Tex Mrs. they did lots of fishing and investigated and a total of J.4M and 1201 calls answered
A picnic dinner and visiting William Semmes; Parade Miss Oct. 13, to see the Shrine Cir students will present their skits I Norcross is an aunt of Mrs.Me'ers' sightseeing and her guests were i hours were spent on investigations
was enjoyed Sunday afternoon Ann Scarbrough; Pick Pocket cus. Tickets were donated by the of what they have teamed about I most Impressed with their good and special details. Total population incarcerated
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I I. Lady, Miss Edith Logsdon; Shrine Club. fire prevention, at I and 10 a.m.',; fortune of a big catch of speckled Teletype was responsible for in the county Jail during the
A. Holder In Titusville as memo Food Booth, consisting of The children will long re- in the school cafetorium on Fri Mr and Mrs Fred Siegmund trout caught off the Eau Gal- month was 3W'prisoners for a
ben of the family gathered to Hamburgers, Hotdogs, Chilidogs I member this opportunity to seea day morning Oct It. All parents of Mims and Mr. and Mrs. Pete lie causeway, recently returned from a visit I grand total of 2,411. prisoner
gether. and soft drinks, sponsored by I real circus and I am sure are invited to attend. This Hawkins of Titusville went to with 1 her daughter at Camp days, with Sheriffs Department
Those. present were Mrs. Nellie all first year rooms Miss I leach one enjoyed it all very I will be the first assembly pro Jacksonville to attend the Gator Mrs. Louise Hawkins of Skid- Campbell, Ky\, and her parents I I confining 278 of these prisoners
Mount of Daytona Beach,, Karen Koptish, Miss Melanie much, and would like to thank gram. Bowl game between Navy and I]more Trailer Court, BeUwood, in Washington, D.C. .for a total of mi darr y
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Battle
of Ovelda, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.I ; :
McLendon, Mr and Mrs. Douglas I---E-U ;
McLendon and daughters, SELECT YOUR BONUS!
Marilyn and Elaine, Mrs. Hit .Y .
don Bevil, and Michael and
Janice McLendon rJl of Mims,,
:Mr. and Mrs. John Bruns anton

John Jr., of Miami. -I)4i) ; NNIVEnSARYI

Mr. and the Mrs.Georgia I. A.., Holder Tech-Nit attended --

I vy football game last Saturday;
at Jacksonville.Mrs. .
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Nellie Mount is visiting .
her sisters, Mrs. I. A. Holder Ir
Titusville and Mrs. J. H. Me

Lendon in Mims, this week. 0Your G ,X5.16.11 BONUS

N.w S.S. Classes Formed
Two new Sunday School Classes
will begin at the Mims Methodist .
Church starting Sunday,
Oct. 18. One class for the high)
school seniors, will meet In the

be Pastors for study the older and the unmarried other will, Choice Of A Grant Maid "Magic] Value" Appliance (Retail Price-
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Mimi CarnivalThe
Ghosts and Goblins will
be much in evidence at the Halloween
Carnival at the Mini
Elementary School Saturday, *
Oct. 24 Beginning at 4 p.m. In ,
front of the Methodist Church, ,
the Halloween Spooks will star f
their parade. They will RO south r
to Route 46, west to Railroad
Avenue north to the school,
where the judges will be waitIng -
to choose the Prettiest, LitHest .
Cutest Couple and the< i
most original Halloween
The children will march 1 In
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three groups, pre-school, 1st and i i: w.
2nd year students, 3rd. and 4th --
:year students, and 5th and 6il
.year students. Each group to bled .
by Halloween characters ford' ridfor.Nno
The Judges will be Rev. Sanford .
Mayo, George Edleston and realism Speaker sound Superb 6pecJcer"nmd system
Mrs. C. J. Mangold. Outttanding Performance.,D'ullnctlve Detign
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Friday, October ,.. 1H4
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Spaghetti Supper

I '' I Saturday NightThe

'round town Education Department of

{tA News And Notes r I 'the Indian River CIty Woman'
Club is sponsoring a Spaghetti

01 North Brroars / Dinner next Saturday, October
will
O2'I4 Phocw M7-W34 baroara car on 17, from 5:00 tin 1:30 p.m. at
the Indian River City fin
HalL Proceeds derived from
"World of knowledge from Larry Robinson. eon.
this dinner will go towards the
fair and This
college. unique
Wives are of much needed books
of gifts Theta Omicrons celebrated Titusville Jaycee purchase
slogan won an array
i.,..". ..." .., for Don Sisson, Orlando Road, their first birthday last working on some unusual cold for the Library at Coquina Ele-
Tampa P 3.X. Club for the Miniature mentary School. Four Hits
a few weeks ago including two night during their regular meet- drinks to serve and
To Heb O:qanize r '. tickets for this weekend's homecoming Ing at the home of Mrs. Eula First Nighters Awardson A Miss will featured entertainment
will serve at this
game at University of Feagan, followed by the exchanging Oct 24. These gals Spaghetti Din
Titusvills G'oup "Bea-
Florida in Gainesville. of gifts between "Beta such delightful drinks as nero

The Pr.vIt: i Branch EK-! Don learned of the UF homecoming Buddies". tie Flips" and "Coketails"work' John Matrazzo and Mrs Ann
change Club of Tampa an affiliate slogan contest sponsored Eula served refreshments of Members of Finn chefs of many dinners
of the International r by the UF Blue Key Honor birthday cake, decorated with ing on the project are Martha held in this area, are again combining -

P.B.X. Clubs will hold its Initial I rI rb Fraternity from an article In yellow roses, ice cream, punch Lovan, Susan Hancock Fran their talents to cook *

meeting Friday, Oct 23, to organize A 4Y the S-A, sent in the above slogan : and coffee. Among those attending Pantano, Frankle McConnell meat sauce for the spaghetti,
a P.B.X. Club la the TI. J ,ydt and won second place. I were Linda Barr Betty and Katanria Lane. Proceeds said to be "out of this world"
tusvllle area. w. The slogan had to be "in seven Calloway Chris McNeely, Dot from the sale of the cold drinks Garlic bread, salad and bever.
The meeting wW be held at words or less" and "tie in : tie Mason Elnora Robinson, will be used to help furnish the ages will also be served.

508 Palmetto Ave., Melbourne, the Worlds Fair and college". Sandra Russell and Jan EM- Jaycee Bulding. Adult tickets at $100 and
wlih the Southern Ben Telephone In the letter Don received stabling children's at 50c can be punch-

& Telegraph Co. acting as host. he had won was the comment ased at the door or from any

Reservations are being taken your entry demonstrates Titusville Garden Club Woman's Club member, or by
by Mrs. Louise Griffith. Cocoa, the clarity and original! calling 267-1821 Takeout dinners -
by calling 636-9047 collect. Them ity to make it a winner". will also be sold.

'!oting win be conducted by In addition to the tickets, Don Holds General Fall MeetingFifty The public, particularly those

I Mrs. Fran Creech. field representative I won three days at the Jack Tar having children at Coquina Elementary -
of the P.B.X. Club of Grand Bahama Club two portable members and guests "Home Tour" to be held in the school are urged to

Tampa. stadium seats, a "floral enjoyed the fall meeting of the spring and a plant and shrub patronize this dinner because it
I III cheque," two steak dinners a Titusville Garden Club held at sale which will be held Oct. 30 is for a worthy cause. D. 0. I
'1 'tars R, E. Henderson gift certificate from a depart. the Torch Club this week. and 31. Mrs. Edward Moore has Kieffer, chairman of the dinner, \

II j 'Is Party Hostess I ment store and one from an ap Theme for the meeting was a been appointed chairman of the will be assisted by Mrs. Ralph
store in Gainesville.Don sale which will be at Blanton Jones Mrs.
pliance Patio Party, and members were K. C. Klndsvater,
R. E. Henderson enter
1\,\ Mrs. his lovely wife Mariel invited to wear shifts which we Park from 830: am. until 6 Mrs. J. W. Plumb, Mrs. W. A,
tamed a small group at a dessert and adorable son Doug, spent Judged with the following win p.m. She asked that any Garden Johnson, Mrs. R. K. Webber, '

bridge party Thursday at ',"< ,last weekend in Gainesville, at ners in four categories: Clubbers willing to serve at Mrs. T. E. Alman, Mrs. P. H.
home of her
the Thomas
son,
tending the Mississippi-Gaines least two hours either of those
Mrs. Carl Threlkeld most Cain and Mrs. R S. Nunnally
Henderson In Falrglen. vile football game and "shop. days call her at 267.5674. articles .
beautiful; Mrs. L. R. Maney, Preceding have stated
At the close of the playing
I for their Now requested that
ping winnings" most ridiculous; Mrs. Vernon The president the dinner would be held on
)Irs. Jule Schmidt received a the Slssons are looking forward Jansen and Mrs. John Moore several dates be noted: Oct. 23, Friday the 16th but the correct
sovelty bathroom light for top u to another big weekend, another the District VI fall meeting at date is
I most original; and Mrs. Aderon Saturday the 17th.
Mrs. Fred Belt was
lore given
big game and lots of fun. Shraft's Carriage House Cocoa
a novelty flower holder for second Feagan, sexiestThe
Beach Nov. 1, a PRIDE
high and Mrs. George So!. j. president, Mrs. Charles ; GOETHES RETURN
Sorry to hear Oneta (M r.. conducted the business sponsored semi professional
lens. received a bottle of toiletwntcr 'L Jayhugh) Leutwyler is in Holiday session Massey during which the beautification football game at Draa Field with I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goethe,
In hand of
as a prize one
Hospital but glad to hear of the islands on U.S. 1 proceeds to go to city 1025 Indian River Ave. returned
binst: she Is recovering from an operation beautlficatlons; and Nov. 16 a 'home
Others enjoying the afternoon PLANS FESTIVAL LAYOUT Ar- tries are now being received In the was adopted as the project of Friday night from a five
very nicely and will return meeting of the District Judgesat 'I weeks' tour of European coun.I .
were Mrs. Win McLean, Mrs. R. ranging a layout sketch for the Side event sponsored by the Fine Arts Department home tomorrow. the year Daytona Beach with I tries. They made the
Public trip over
A. Cutter Mrs. W. F. Darden Mrs. Ike Rigel, City
Mrs. Ed. walk Art Festival, scheduled for Nov. of the Indian River City Chairman announced speaker to be Mrs. Amy Lau on 'by ship and flew back.
Goethe
Mrs. Henry Dottie and Dave Mason are Planting table I
ward Enlgson, Mrs 11. H. Hud 6.7 at Indian River Plaza are, left to Woman's Club and the above sketch plans for three events of interest I arrangements.

ton Mrs. Glenn Henderson, and right, Mrs. Theodore (Carol) Sauer- will be available to show each entrant going to be busy as beavers Into to all circles and citizens of I Mrs. Robert N. Guthrie, Life ly decorated with an arrangement .
this weekend of
Member Florida Federation t
moving
,
Ilrs. Martha Gilmore of High where the community. A contest will beheld in the autumn colors usIng
back, Mrs. Charles (Wilma) Hodsdcn to place his or her exhibits. their new home at 411 Garden and Senior .
Clubs
Judge,
land Park N.J., a guest of Mrs. gorgeous throughout the year to de. Piracantha, Croton, and
and Mrs. Kenneth (Carol) Ahmie En-
llcLeaa. Poinsettia The Mason's new termine the "Yard of the : Life Member of National Council Sansavierla.
------ home Is nestled among some Month." Judging will be d o n e was introduced by the Program Hostesses for the meetIng .

large shade trees and featuresan secretly and an attractive metal chairman, Mrs. Beatrice were the Poinsettia and Hill
"old brick" fireplace and In the yard of Gould. She presented an inform in Dale
marker placed
I JPM Hospital Auxiliary Titusville Art League planter Inside. each month's winner. Her committee ative program concerning the
The expected new addition to planting of patios, stating that
will sponsor a monthly
the Mason family will find a balance accent and ,....' Circles'I,
"Checkup Day" at which time rhythm,
Holds Annual Fall Meeting Annual Exhibit Oct. 26 bright red carpet in the nursery members from various circles the principles of flower arranging

on which to learn to crawl. will tour all plantings of the also apply to patio land. I

Jess Fairish Memorial Hospital dy Stripers", who are you n g The Titusville Art League will Florida Federation of Art, Inc. Young Davey selected and his own"chocolate" Garden Club to assure their care scape. The word patio Is of Span ,COCOHtACH"Me ,
Auxiliary held its annual ladies between the ages of 16 I It will be held at the DeBary carpet now and upkeep. ish derivation meaning court
hold annual exhibit 28
its Oct.
loves his "chocolate room". CO",,;A ldlfu"
Mansion in 20 and I is to be yard and our present day patiosare
fall meeting at Howard John. and 18 Interested In nursing DeBary Nov. The third activity
civic work. Miss Williams Bank on Riverside Drive. 1 21 and must be of of reminiscent of ancient SpanIsh I
lot's LampUghter Room, Tuesday careers or applications by the collection a variety I
noon, with Mrs. Fred S. ( president of the "Candy This year's showing will coin. Oct. 20. Any interested member Theta Omicron Chapter of Be- bulbs in competition among the ones even to Incorporatingwater
announced obtain additional Inform. ta Sorority has had a big week. bulbs will then be in the form of a fountain, Barbecue SupperPORK
4 Salter, president, extending a Stripers, a rummage ride with the bank's 30th Anniversary may circles. The
sale to be held Nov. 7 at 2675227. "Around The World" the beautiflcaUon. or as is most currently the case '
"welcome" to the "Pink\ Ladies1' Celebration and officials en Hlckey was used for further city &: CHICKEN
their at the Chamber of Commerce season" pools.
and guests theme for a "rush party
have consented to the use of
Mrs. Bert GalS, second vice- Building Past Chiefs To MeetPast Saturday evening the homeof In accordance with the Interest She listed many trees and at
president, ted the members in Mrs William J Moore, chair. space In the lobby for displayof I Dr. and Mrs Sam Barr. shown in the city beautifl- shrubs which might be used and MimsChurch

Pledge of Alleg''race to the man of SOS Vaccine Volunteers, paintings. Chiefs Club of the,1;'Pythi Many of the members dressed cation contest, Mrs. G. G. Goad highlighted her talk with slidesto of God

Flag, followed by Auxiliary being sponsored by the KiwaniS Only members.. of the Art an Sisters will meet "Monday costumes from distant count noted that PRIDE, Inc. has demonstrate various Contrasts :
!Prayer Club, told the Auxiliary t hat restrictions"on size or numberof tries and all attending enjoyed agreed to take before and after and effects. Many plants Porlc Chlcke
30 members and "Candy Strip night at the home of Mrs. D. B. were also on display courtesyof
paintings submitted or of delicious, exotic foods of foreign pictures of all planned projectsand 1.00 1.23
The follow'' guests were introduced er." had assisted in the Polio medium used. All works must Pritchard on Washington Ave. countries. to pay for the printing of the Rock Garden Nursery. .50 .75
: Mrs. Frances Ella Mrs. PrItchard and Mrs. J, C The meeting was concludedwith I
Vaccine and would again volun be framed or matted and must Attending the gala event were them. All civic organizationshave
Shinier, Administrator; Mrs. teer on Nov 21. bear a label clearly stating title Rogers will be co-hostesses. Mr and Mrs. Larry Ellefson, been notified of the contest refreshments of coffee, Sat. Oct. 17-5 p.m. | I

Leah Conley Board Member; The Chairman of Orientation attlsts's name an dsale price, if Mr. and Mrs. Grant Russell, and are urged to participate.The cookies, cheeses and crackers Free Delivery 267-4299
:Mrs. Mildred Irwin, Supervisor served from a table attractive-
announced that an Orientation applicable. Miss Peggy Morris Mr and purpose of the contest is
of and Miss Cecelia VISITOR RETURNS HOME
Nursing class would be held Tuesday Entries will be accepted at Mrs. Bert Mcintosh, Mr and to make Titusville as attractiveas
rish Santos Memorial, Dietician, of Jess Par- mor .; beginning at 0:30: a tn. the first fall meeting of the Art Miss Dorothy Hall plans to Mrs. Ed Upthegrove, Mr and possible in all aspects and to

The Hospital Past Presidents with IS members to be oilcntat- League on Wednesday, Oct. 21, return today to her home at Mrs. Dave Mason, Mr and Mrs. Incorporate as many citizens as
following
Mrs. Ed. ed. at 8 p.m This meeting promises Jacksonville following a week'svisit Grant Calloway, Mr. and Mrs. possible in that accomplishment.The F
were recognized: Mrs Roy Ramsey announced Holman McNeely Mr. and Mrs. funds needed for the -
to be an interesting one as at the home of her uncle, 1--
via Willis 1950; Mrs. RoyDamsey plans for the forthcoming "liar. Mrs. Naida Loudon will demon. Geo. E. Ford, 1616 Diane Drive. Willis Risner, Mt.\. and Mrs. planting of the islands of U.S. 1
I960, Mrs. Kenneth vest Ball" to be held In November strate the silk-screen process. Bill Feagan and Mr. and Mrs. will be derived mainly from the
Morton 1981, Mrs. 'Walter'
and named various com
Mrs. Loudon has been active in
Jraus1962 and Mrs. Fred S. .
mittees. Other standing committees
this summer's art program andIs
Salter 1963-1964 also Mrs. Nor
mm Cow\:1, Honorary; Past The gave tables reports.were attractively now Instructing Saturday The
i classes under the sponsorship of Do You Know
Prudent: (Organization) and i decorated In the colors of pink the Art League
tilts Cheryl Williams, presidentOf and white, the colors of the
Another exhibit of note is of.
"Candy Stripers",
Auxiliary, Miniature "Pink La.
The new year books were distributed dy" Caps were effectively used fered to league members by theDI1O'5 I

given to and Mrs. recognition Kenneth Howe was as pink place and white cards corsages and Individual were :CH\A; M II R,$, Answer? L

and Mrs. henry Goethe for the placed at each place setting ) 'E'W El"E.RS;
compilation of same gtvtig the with the head table being centered d
Msbry of the formation of the with a large pink and -J.w \lf *4 tNt ktafoe"mril

organisation in 1(59 at the white floral arrangement by the *uu* When it's a question of banking, o0
home of Mrs. N. W. Bryan; recognizing Special Events Committee. ,he", 16Mm.
the Past Presidents; ---- -- you'll find that a full-servics bank
the xsplul Board and Miss

Caroline E. Mendel Honorary SPAGHETTI provides the perfect answer every
J.erber: \ ; Constitution and By
Lars, Auxiliary membership, HOUSE time. "Am I glad I found out In time
landing committees and directory .
of membership, IncludIn RESTAURANTU that an Independent agent makes

: the "Candy Stripers". Thisis Join the many busy people who "bank" on us for expert one-stop ser The Big Difference In Insurance!
the first book of t h t Orlando Utllltlti
year S,1- Mile North, vice with all their banking needs. Come in for prompt, courteous assistance ,
Auxiliary, since its formation. 2 Mltea South of New NASA Causeway "SuppoM I'd bought home Insurance theinauraneeeompanyI
Mrs. Willis was presented with i from didn't know HI took
directly tome it. can
a frai. .d Certificate of Award GRAND OPENING iI I Companies! of everything
by the Auxiliary members, In
behalf of her outstanding:: work Accounts "Coiuider Alt My independent tOlt important,became
0'd Paid On Time Savings
in the organization of the "Can- /f / agent checked with hid an independenfagent 1
I SPECIAL FOR THE CHILDREN me regularly to make certain hid no worms about intur-
3V2% Paid On All Other insurance kept with toInet it aU...no worries about
Holds my up
fc 18
Cub Pack 312 I All Day Friday and Sunday. Oct 16
O diy'i replacement values. H losing big money"he
Leadership MeetingCub FREE SPAGHETTI DINNERALL Savings Accounts hadn't, I'd be several thousand Wit arc independent InMir

\ Scout Pack 312 held a Start Saving Now Every Payday! donut poorer today.. ante agenti. Let us espial
Leadership meeting Wednesday THIPANCAKES tar "And consider this: I got how The Big Difference in If*

evening at St. Gabriel's Epla paid promptly! If there wu lurinee our continuing pi

copal Church. OR EGGS $1 I any liaising or quibbling with lOW attention-can help your
order ol A FULL SERVICE BANK I -
After the regular
: YOU CAN EAT ... ... i:
business, the Den Mothers held
a separate meeting and the men I Loans I Checking Accounts I Auto Loans i
worked on the Charter for the 17 CHOICIS

coming year. The Committeemen AMERICAN SPECIALTIES $1 I Safe Deposit Boxes I Home ImprovementLoans
decide on the Ptck'i I I II 1
and activities l Time and Savings I Ii
service projects group I Savings Regular i
for 1965. 21 DIFPERINT '
Den Mothers discussed the 'I Accounts.
final plans for the Oct. 30th pack ITALIAN SPECIALTY DISHES $1HOURS

meeting which will begin al t COMPLITI DINNERS START AT North Brevard's Oldest and Largest National Bank KIHGMAN-
7 30 at the Parish Hall at St, ,
Gabriel's Esplscopal Church. i

Anyone interested In joining YOUR t FIRST CARPENTER
all the Den Mothers in lh e IN
North Brevard Area for De Monday Thru Thursday, I A.M.-10.30 P.M. tiSSSP First National Bank NAMEFIRST A SURE AGENCY, INC.

Mothers Training is welcome Friday and: Saturday Open 'Til 2 A.M. I SIGN OF 719 Garden TUurrill*
Mrs Pat Bradshaw, who Is o n IN mujviui, ST FLORIDA W STRONGINSURANCE 26T05SITltusvlll.
All I'
Open Day Sunday SERVICEMomber
Council, will I be PROGRESS
the Central Fla Federal\ Rtttrv System
here in the near future to glvi/ j I Member' Federal 0 M.lt 'Insurance Clrlt. PROTECTIONp
training. I






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.", October 11, If" TIN.vlll. (Florida) St"-.Alnu' /age SMember's
-- -- --------- ------ ----

, Program On Teenagers And A.A.U.W. To Meet Miss Hardin Named Assistant By NASA I

Oct. 20
Tuesday, JoAnn Hardin. daughter of. lives in Tilusvllle with her par

The TiUwvUte Branch of the Mr and Mrs. D. W. Hardin, ents.
Set For PTSA
Community I American AswiciaUnn of University IMS Hamlin Court. THwvlllt,
has \been Data
employed as a
Women will meet Tuesday
I Teenager Your Community gram will be Mayor Bill\ Walker evening, Oct. 20, at the Systems AmMant in the Criteria
and You" will be Site title!I Roy Kincaanun who is tin I home of Mrs. Charts Halite, 81} Development Section of the
of a program for the first meeting the Juvenile council at Judge Indian River Ave. Co-hostess: National Aeronautics and Space )v
of the Titusville High School Virgil Conklii 's office; R" v. I will be Mrs. Sylvester Row. Administration's John F. Ken "il
Parent-Teacher! -Stude st Association Joseph Boatwrlght. pastor of the A board meeting will precede | nedy Space Center. ':::
to be held In the school First Baptist Church of Mints "O
,,
Wives Take Part In Program As cafeteria at 8 o'clock Monday.The I Mrs. Robert Caroparato, member ,, the at 7:30:general p.m. meeting beginning |I, MINS Hardin graduated from l'h1@ikle

president Mrs. Man Fryer of the board of directors of Tit u vtlle High School and the The .
I The will Indwlo Holy Spirit. ihall
will conduct the business Teenlown. and Mr. Tomdale program a I University of Florida where she teach .
film entitled, "If These Were you allthtnl'John/ *
meeting, followed by kit\ odac- I Teenage member* of the I earned a B.A. degree. Later -( U:211).
Honors Curt" Barnes I Your Children" The film, obj j,
Rotary "King (km of the faculty by Asststant panel will be Sandy Loveless,
I fomdale. Student \ tamed from UN State Board of i she toured Europe: for a year If we but reconnis/ the
Frank council president: Susie
Principal I II Health, was made especially for j and studied at London Univer presence and reality of tho
\
Panel members for the pro- !Houck Greg Holley and !N'eldaSeott.
A unique Rotary Club pro filled game was If a member of the outstanding meetings of I teachers, physicians, and nurses ;, sity. White at Fhll'lda11118\ Indwelling Spirit' we will be
gram was presented at WhisperIng missed the first clue, Mrs. Morley the year. High school students are cordially and will serve... an Introduction HiHxttn was a member of Chi able to consult It for guidanceand

Hills Country Club Thursday required him to take his The Rotary Anns, taking part Elizabeth Howell invited to join the organ. ; to the group'sl\1t'ltal health Omega sw rity. Presently she Illumination.
Pat Blunt wife out to dinner and if he In the unknown to for the coming
year
noon by Rotarian program Circle MeetsThe button and participate In It programs ---- ------------- -- -
er and Rotary Ann, Mrs. missed the second clue he must their husbands, were: Mrs. Dick with\ their parents and teachers. I Treasurer Mrs. Ned Rust has
Charles J. (Agnes) Morley. take her to dinner and the Jun. McCotter Mrs. Bill Lyerly, Mrs. October meeting of theE Programs are being planned announced that the October FOR SALE I

Mrs. Morley, county library for Woman's Club production of Ed Willis, Mrs. Dick Slmonct, I I 11 II bet h Howell Circle, with the students' Interests In ;. meeting Is the deadline for payment .
chairman, began a talk on libraries "My Fair Lady". Mrs. Wilbur Sikes, Mrs. Cleve W.S.C.S. of the First Methodist mind. of the yearly dues to the T TREES

after the Introductionby She added the blackmail wasH Talmadge, Mrs. Roy Ramsey, I Church met Tuesday Oct 15, at Refreshments will be served association. A"GEL.9LLRMM I
Blumer. She made two the member missed the third Mrs. Glenn Young, Mrs. Phil 1 the home of Mrs. John F. following the program. Mrs. Curtis Wherry legislative .
points, and she stopped and Informed clue he had to purchase the' Crannell\, Mrs. Bob Hudson and II Gaines, 1732 White Ave. chairman, requests that all! Approximately Ft. Tall

the members she had dress modeled by his wife. Mrs. Morley. Also helping plan The program was presented members return the branch Delivered To Your Door Phone I
decided at the last moment to I The entire program was her the program were Mrs. Ed r I by Mrs. Jerry Valek and the Happy Birthday opinion poll! at this meeting. ,
change her program In honor of aided by the members as one Rice and Mrs. Ray Instead. devotional was conducted by College! graduates who are interested Saturday Only 2672845
October 17 I
Guaranteed 30
Saturday
Rotarian Curtis Banes who Mrs. Lyman F. Rogers.Visitors In AAUW may contact Days.
was celebrating his 20th yearIn members John G. Fox Mrs. Charles Rhodes at AM 7- III III'ct !
and new Crannell Cash On Delivery-$3.50ea.$ t
Rotary that same day. TLT's "Sunday In New York"Ian I attending were: Mrs. W. R. \Mrs.Phillip Nina Youngulood 3274 for membership informa ,
Barnes, during the meal, bad lion "> :
; Seymour, Mrs. John R. Moore Mary Poppell __ : _- TJ.ii iH
been surprised upon being ap ', Mrs. Charles K. Butts, Jr., \Sirs Sid MendelsohnRuth
propriately robed, crowned and Stage Again This Weekend James W. Greenwood, \Mrs Bell\ MunnU I Card Of ThanksWords
declared "Rotary's King for aPay"
I Jack Bottoms. Other members Geraldine Wright can not express the ass Nwi.K; MIIITIMt' 1''MItUI TtXK: ;
In honor of the occasion.Mrs. Titusville Little Theater will[reservations can be made by i present were \Mrs Janice W. Sunday, October II preciation that Is felt from 'ap'l KI.MT:

Morley she referred asked "KingCurt" to him, I present the last two performances -I calling\ Rosemary Decker 267- i Clark, Mrs. Doug Moynihan Mrs. G W. Herndon I of us for the kindness
as of Norman Krasna's comedy I Mrs. Richard J. Roberts Mrs. Doyle Carllle thoughtfulness during the Ill
who to bring was in standing an additional outside guest the, "Sunday In New York" tonight 7439.This original Broadway version -: Lyman F. Rogers, Mrs. Ronald \Mrs. Ellssa Richards ness and loss of our loved one. William H. (Bill) Clark
and Saturday In the TLT of i Rose, Mrs.\ John StelhensIIrs.\ \Mrs Bob Sams We want to thank all Mho made
When Barnes Sunday was presentedlast
dining room. further open building on Carlisle Street. week and was recognizedas i Jerry Valek, Mrs. Hugh Wick- Jams \M Johnson visits, for the cards and flower. tu"
door he
ed the was
er, \Mrs Harold Smith, \Mrs. W. Mrs. Osteen and to the families who
and Grady provided
Curtain time will be 8:13: another talented
Edna success by
surprised by his wife, I Canaveral Port Authority
who had driven up from Rock- the TLT group. It stars Shan J. CutriRht, Mrs. Ed Ellis, Mrs. Carolyn Ann Petrangelo food In our home. May the
of the on Covington and Ed Austin in I James Gibson Mrs. Kenneth Edwin Ames Green Lord richly bless each and errs tirtN! !1505 5:55515: : 1Psi.
ledge as part "King VFW
Auxiliary Martin and \Mrs. Holman Me- .
Monday, October It every one.Mrs.
the lead roles with Chuck Klein- I .
Curt" honor. Ailv.' IM. for By WHIUm N. CUrk
Mrs. Barnes made a few brief Holds MeetingA schmldt Mnrrie! Blitch, Kit Austin : Neely.It Joseph J, Mazzatto, Sr. S. W. PopiH-ll and I
was announced that Mrs. Jimmie Scchrest Jr. Family
and Mahan
George lendingable
remarks on her husband's great ,
special business meeting of Wicker was recently elected as Barbara Preston --- -- -- ---- < -
love for Rotary and how much the Ttusville Auxiliary 4228.:! support. a district officer of the W S.C S. Terry Startling
effort he had put forth to \live Veterans of Foreign Wars, was Miss Marjorie Fake, the Melbourne District. Eloise Baxley See Adams Your Full Lino Motorola Dealer I
t up to the Rotary creed: "Serv 7:30 rector, has worked hard ,
12 at dl'I' -
Oct. -- --
held Monday, : --- ---- --- -- -
ice above self; he profits must p.m. at the Post Home, with successfully with the ( MOTOROLA
who serves the best" Mrs. Opal O'Donnell presiding.Mrs. cast to bring this funny, tunny I

Mrs. Morley then Informed \ Ralph Scheibel, anew play for your enjoyment. Don't
club! members of a game In applicant! for membership, was miss ItOrange I

which' she wished them to par voted upon and accepted.The .
ticipate. She called the game, Auxiliary voted to send a Blossom ySv
"Extortion or Blackmail." cash donation to the V.A. Hospital
Circle MeetsThe
She had 10 "riddle" type In Lake City, towardsthe
questions directed by an unknown Carnival held for the
Fall
member, no one know'ng patients. Also it was decided to the Tilusvllle Orange Garden Blossom Club Circle held of 'SOFA SLEEPERS THAT LOOK LIKE SOFASED Co1or/6i

Just, whom. There were three send a cash donation to the its first meeting of the last
clues to aid in answering the Cancer Aid and Research Fund year
Thursday at the home of Mrs.
riddles, which, of course, the sponsored by the National I Esther Lee on Park Lane. (
members couldn't answer. At Ladles Auxiliary, to the Veterans Guest speaker, Mr. Hanrahan, rei rv -
the end of each clue she pointed of Foreign Wars.It .
from Florida Nursery, a
gave
to the Rotarian to which the was announced that Mrs.
Informative talk landscaping
very on
quest'on had been directed and Nora Jane Gillespie. Dist 8
asked him to go out In the hall President V.F.W.A. from Edge- answer, after period which was a questionand held. rd .i the new generation of Color TV

and escort in his wife. Then water, will make her official
Mrs David Ellis, chairman,
the wives, modeling various out- Inspection Monday, Oct.
was in charge of the business Screen Rectangular
Its from Wattwood Dress Shon.answered .. 26. Mrs. M. B. Mortensen and '
meeting. Projects for the coming ,
the riddles and all of Mrs. ScheIble will be hostesses. i
the questions' the answers to \Mrs. Edward Cribbins, Hospital year were discussed. The i
for beautification will be
'
project
hilarious pertainedo that "IIFun\ \ Slim Sets
tvhich were chairman, reported the Masonic Lodge on U.S. 1. !
the of the would make
courtship days the Auxiliary tray After the business meeting refreshment I I
touple. favors pertaining to Veterans' were served from a lED HIGH. STATIONARY MONT Mil DESIGN : i I) Year Guarantee
The extortion part of the fun- Day, Nov. 11, for the patientsat table covered with a white table Ttoni" w tirnon' n o!I.*. k' va loll '.''M,.. .MlMtMOtKlM I I'lilt I parts
... .. .... ._._
the Jess Parrish Memorial urn" wed w. 0 45t i. .1 "rya Ar v. M _.__
Hospital. cloth. The centerpiece was a -. trww r .0411 'M_ w,,,s,' Mu". cowry I II -- Hand Wired Power Transformer -
: Schedule
Pink Lady lovely artificial arrangement of S *.
Plans for a Rummage Sale fall flowers in a black contain Mil 5*,, *. i.......lItblllf awe wwts roagb e.. r." ChsMls.
J The Pink Lady Schedule for and "A Cakeless Bake Sale"were TM'.NW'i rotewshwtr, Hot1. 'n| 1"11I". "m I 11 I
Jess Parrish; Memorial Hospital, discussed with details to er.Guests M 1tII aot.r SM h K 's red "wsq Aean M.... IICUOI"ton'
present were r i.
later date. $.,/ 1ne, ...........
week: of Oc1.18-24,1s as follows: be announced at a Curtis Wilson, Mrs. Richard '",10.'

: Sunday, Oct. 18 Morning: The next monthly business Gamble, Mrs. H. P. Campbell, t r '
P. Wilson, T. Wilson, L. Rash; meeting will be Monday, Nov. 2. and Mrs. Tony Catalona. I I III safasr ... ., '
afternoon: M. N. Cason B. Members present Mrs. Leo
JHlnds; evening: H. Conner. Willing Workers Walsh Mrs. G. G. Goad Mrs.. complete selectionof

Monday, Oct. 19 Morning: Douglas Miller \Mrs Wayne Me- : cabinets i''
Circle InstallsThe
'1. E. Busby; afternoon: M. Call Mrs. Jerry Herrln. M r a. I i J

:tong, G. Sellers; evening: E. Willing\ Workers Circleof James Fogg Mrs. D. C. Zimmerman I' Motorola Color/6S ten are
Stout, J. Meeker. the First Christian Church Mrs. David Ellis and available in many f fine cabinet '
Tuesday, Oct 20 Morning: held installation of new officersat : Mrs. Earl Spencer, Jr. I' DALEFurniture designs. Including decorator t
F. Young, L Pettil, F. Tuten; the October meeting.The sett designed by Drexel I
afternoon F. Thompson; eve- t
: opened with the exclusively' for Motorola. psi
fling: B. Mathison, P. Filer B. program Reid Scobie Is a patient at i
Lee. group singing several songs followed the Miller Clinic, University of I j, Company
Wednesday Oct. 21 MornIng with a prayer by Betty Florida Hospital at Gainesville

: M. E. Busby, S. Simrm; Wattwood. installed\ where he is receiving treatments 20* MAGNOLIA( AYE. 1 LOCK N. Of HWY. so S
Eddie Fine, M6/N 11.Ax
Pastor
lafternoon: K. Goethe, K. Gler-K. Betty Wattwood as president. for stomach ulcers. INDIAN RIVER CITY PHONE 27-7(13 ........,.."' ...-- h..v+ hw, KWNra.e
urn: evening: J. Bartlett Donna Krug vice-president and OPEN FRIDAYS TIL P.M. .. ,

i Phillips.Thursday, Oct. 22 Morn- Louise Stockton, secretaryTeasurer. Mrs. Martha Gilmore of Highland fi ; Why wait ? Got the look

Jng: I... Walding B. Jones, S. Park N.J. Is a houseguestof I Charlie Wilson, The Georgia Boy I II I .
Mrs. Win McLean
'McGarville: afternoon: W. Wha- The business meeting was con on Whl of tomorrow today.
evening: S. ducted by the new presidentwith penng Hills Road. I r
:len. G. Singleton: --
?Balongue: J. Hoskins, G. Oliv Bills Joyce Fine givingthe .'
er. closing prayer Everyone I L '

.'D.Friday.Stout M.Oct Ramsey 2J -; afternoon Morning:: I I enjoyed the hostess refreshments of the preparedby month. I your invitationto 1 : .:. Get Motorola Color/65

R. A. Jackson, Bcnatta Brown. PLEASURE
Kingman
-
,B. Wright; evening: B. Bell, M. I Those present were Betty t4 // well b. harry is live l yw a per-
:
Monhollon, B. Hinds. Wattwood, Ruble Lowry. Donna 0 inil dememtrttlwt, .* the newerttlen sen.ar .
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I First Baptist Church Church Of God aOTICPea TAX APFLlrATlOX nice:

Mims Notice to U'"r glv.n that H. U
Owreh offers
First Baptist *. Cress M. Spnow holder oCla
three worship service every ortl.o.t. No MO l"u.1 the
Church News Of The WeekFor Sunday The early service begins Services for awwtwced Church of as God.follows U fuse. day MBM of I.Mav my AD office UK and: hop has

Hens are ...
at 8:30: o'clock with special amiappUcatlon for m lax t
by Rev. Bryan Ie III I.....d thereon. apedrr.
q moate and a message by UflcBto ..b_ tb* fniidwingdenerlbed
Pastor W. S. Hanhn. pe I r: propwty IB the ( nuo!,
Sunday: Sunday School 10 of ", ,,ard. 811 *f Florid. Ur
School begins at 1:4:
Titusvllle and North Brevard County a.m.Sunday with graded nurseries, am: MonrfM worship ll.M: ; wit:

Dudlne Tot Church News oo Th Pages.s f p. M. Wednesday classes and departments for all EveR Ig wortwp 7 pm.Wednesday service. at PhMtBtlra pUt book 2 N MrosSec. Plat S A Deleeoln ae per

Cradle Roll for Infants youth Grant Ten
ages. K U B.Th .
14 T. II a.
for Invalids shut- 7:30 p.NOTICE. .
and Extension BIBMinMnt Of th* Mid WOO.art
ins and who must work INTENTION: TO under the Bald csrllfl,, it*
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people Or
I. R. C. MethodistThe I ;..-!: HEIITAT18S I First MethodistMorning Church Of God St. Teresa's Catholic on Sunday. BC ITBB rlCTITIOt with Howe NAME Bill leiued Rahmae Will Edtale.Unlem :In the. Bam of William
I. compliance
service of worship for the 1 at11am. Number MM. aeM .rtlflc.1o .hall be r*.
Regular morning worship N UTi, Chapter
I .. worship win be held Hours of worship at St. Tere : 1MI. the deemed .. ..th.property .
Indian River City Methodist rr M4tIIr0acafM. 0. .. I The revival meeting continues with special music anda Urn of Florid Ads of deeordlbee th rein will be
Church will be held Sunday at at '::411 and 11 a.m. Sunday with through Sunday at the Churchof 'n'. Catholic Church are an- message by the Pastor on Ctark un >r."."*f.tke*d will nt1t Court with I. Bow the acts is the" hlgbeet' blducr al the
Rev. E. W. Norman nounced as follows by Rev. Olen courthouse door at 12: noon "nth
preaching God located on Hopkins Ave yard Oratty. opec
11 a.m. In the new church building "Lagging Followers"Training of flnt Monday I"i tb* month .f
located on Highway No. 50 on the theme "Consequences of nue. Services are held each Father John B. O'Hare, pastor: I Unionn for all cilpl IbID notice of proof, tb* following of publication flctlUou November A.D. 1W4. which I*
age
across from Indian River Believing In God", The 11 am. night at 7:30: with Sunday night Sunday Masses: 7, 8:30: 10 groups meets at 8:15: p.rn. under game. to-wll which: we Cofffuree are ena.d. Imperial toBaco 1:.". lad day of November AD.

Heights. The pastor, Rev, Robert service will be broadcast over service at 7. and 11:30 a...m. I Evening worship'is at 7:30: iy salon at Tttuevllle.. Florida Dated the II lay of BepUmber

Waddell, will bring the men radio station WRMF. There will be classes for all Weekly Masses: Monday) o'clock. Special music and a and only thatthe person* undanlgned Inurarted Ian laid the A.D. Curly 1M4. R. Barn*.

sage, "Climb A Rainbow Yes, Church School under the supervision ages hi the Sunday school which II through Friday 8 a.m., Saturday message by the Pastor on k D teed the Clerk of Circuit Court Brerard
You Must'" of Sid Carraway will begins at 10 a.m. The Pastor's .t Tltuivlll Florida County. Florida
You Can And II I I.m. "Dealing With Cod" f day of October" A.D. IWi. Circuit Court Beat
The nursery will be availablefor begin promptly at 9:45: am sermon will be given at 11 o' Confessions Saturdays 4-$ and Mid week Prayer Service O. Michael, CourtnevMr P. Heffner Sept % Oct. t d. K (Frt) 196.

infants and small children. 1toOm- with classes for aD ages and at clock worship hour. I:7-8 p.m. Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Oct. 2. e, 16 Durle 23: IFri.l I 111II4
Upptr
The officers: of the Method H .. .It 11 a.m. with classes through five Youth training Is each Tuesday .
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Youth Fellowship will be Installed year olds. night at 7:30: ; prayer

during the worship hour Read Psalm 8; Acts U: 2534. Youth recreation begins at meeting and Bible study .is on

Sunday School for all ages will At midnight Paul and Silas 1:30: p.m. with choir, orchestra, Thursday night
be held from 9:45 to 10:35 a.m. snack and
prayed, and sang praises unto supper meetings. Eve-
leave
will
church
Youth of the
God: and the prisoners heard ning worship begins at (:.30 I Ilf THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHB
to attend the Sub-
at 1:30: p m.
tJcm. (Acts 16S: ) p.m. Sunday. 1 NINTH JUDICIAL CIR :4
District Meeting of the Methodist CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
The Commission on Stewardship FOR BREVARD COUMTr /
Youth Fellowship There A gentleman visiting a hospital and Finance will meet at CHANCERY NO MNUTItB LUNG
te house recreation : or evil
win no open the
for lepers praised nurse 7:30: p.m. Monday. FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE
for the this Sunday due to
youth who was accompanying him I ASSOCIATION, corpororianlted -
the sub-dtstrlct meeting. The for her humanitarian sentiments The 11 a.m. choir win hold rehearsal .UOII and xlitlnf ends

Commission on Education will I In resigning herself to care for at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday in U lb.an rdr.l Act of National Conirma rink puriu.nt..** ..usher in the season of Thanksgiving. The dc' .
the the Sanctuary Awoolitlon Charter Act. bavin h
meet Sunday, 4:30: p.m. at
church. The Official Board of the patients there. The Boy Scouts will meet at Iti principal, District office IB of the Columbia City olWa.blniton time when white frosts and flaky snows cover 2 ,

the church will meet at 5:30: "I don't know how far my: sentiments 1:30: p.m. at Blanton Park on FUlnllff.BDDIR the earth. Isaiah 35 speaks of this mirage, r '

go," she replied "I can Wednesday. The 9:45 a.m. choir ITTRICKLAND and RUTH

p.m.The Sunday Evening Fellowship assure you that before I knew will hold rehearsal at 7:30: pm TKICKLANO, bill wife Defo1l4Ul&IITATIIJ n but we know the Lord reigneth, and the perched

for all ages will be held Christ, my humanitarian sentiments Wednesday in the Sanctuary. TOl' EDDIE OF: FLORIDA STRICKLAND.re.ld.nc ground shall become a pool as He said Then,
at 7:30: In the chapel There will could not have kept me The Commission on Member. unkno* .

be hymn singing, a discussionand here a week. It''is the love of) ship and Finance will hold 1U suit You bun ere be.bereb. tiled eollfld as&Ia.t that you a i since all must come to judgment and It ""

a film on Commun'sm. The Christ: my humanitarian senti. regular meeting on Wednesdayat III the above entitled caua and

hour will conclude with a time menu could not have kept me 1 p.nt at the home of Mrs. that anawer you or art other required retponetve to' (II*pl your.."- + 74 rewarded according to his personal s "" _w ;

of fellowship. All are invited to here a week. It .is the love o Frank Sweet, 215 Key Madeira. ; lea. with the Clerk of tbl Court t behavior; and since eternity is so very long .r > "
Christ which constrains me. lie and to serve a copy thereof upon
attend. Quiet Day and Call to Prayerand tb Plaintiff or Plaintiff At. '
Boy Scout Troop No. 370 will found me and made of me Self-Denial will be observedby torn* ?!, whoM ...m. and add... /t ...it is urgent that we approach with much"

meet Monday at 7 p.m. at the what I am today. I could not do the Woman's Society of I.Palm Crofton Avenue, Brewer, Tltuivlll* Holland. Florida tu, % concern, our rendezvous with death. r

church. The Junior Girl Scouts anything else after I realized Christian Service on Friday not later tban November 8 1W4 I 2
It you fall to do *0. a Deer* ProConfrMo There is variableness in God's '
will meet Monday from 4 to 1:30: bow much He loved me. Oct 30, at 10 a.m. in the Saneuary. will be entered ...toot no cause
.m. In the church. you for tb. relief demanded In tb. '
p The Circles of the Wom- Paul and Silas in prison, with complaint. Tbl dull I* t* forcloM *- I nor in His justice. Support His church p G
a mort .ge. The *.I properly -
an's Society of Christian Service their feet in chains, sang hymnsof proceeded again tail regularly and worship God .'
praise to God at midnight; Trinity Lutheran Lot 2, Block .J, Cannova Park, s
will meet Tuesday morning.The Kectlon A, Bravard County,
Allison Circle will meet at and God blessed them and Florida a* p.r plat tkrraof recorded every day.
Worship service In Plat Book 11. Inc.
on
10 a m. in the home of Mr, and hose with them. Sunday 143. Publlo Record of ...."..4
Mrs. Millard Hill, 345 PrItchard. In the work we do, are we expressing morning at Trinity Lutheran County Florida.I
Church begins at 10:13. The WITNEBH my band and ...1 of
The Cleveland Circle will meet our gratitude to the aid Court at Tllmvllle/ Bnvardbounty
at the same time in the home of Lord for His marvelous saving church .is on Magnolia AvenueIn Florida, ., tbl* Both day of1ept.mher
South Tltusville. The church 194CUHTIft
Mr and Mrs. James Powell, 705 grace? R. BARNES
11 air-conditioned and a nursery Clerk of the Circuit Court
Knox McRae. The Hobson Circle
Prayer: Blessed Lord, we for small children .is conducted Brev.rd County, Florid ..
will meet in the home of i l r y lrl, ;
praise Thee for the Immense during the service. I BYDV.oputt ClerkCOURT a
Mrs. Mary Boggs, 343 Coqulna. ,
( BEADOct.
we feel when our lives are
The nursery will be available at JoY touched by sweet communionwith. Sunday School'Is held at 9 with a. >, 1*. U (Frl. 1M4.

the church. classes for all ages Including a
Thee. We give Thee our)
Girl Scout Troop No. 130 win thanks, because through Thy class for adults taught by Pastor IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
meet Tuesday, 7 p.m", at the saved from evil Tejan. Children under 3 may THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR.
mercy we are CULT IN AND FOR BKCVARD
church. The Scouts
Explorer stay in a nursery for their par.
and constrained to do good. In COUNTY. STATE OF FLORIDA
will meet Wednesday at 7:30: Amen. ents' convenience during Sunday CHANCERY NO 20840fcOTItB n E, k A p"'o
p.m. In the Sunday School Wingof Thy name. School 1O DIIF&NU APPEARAND

the building. Thought for the Day? : Wbo am V. C. BROWNLIB .. "

The Choir win have Its rehearsal I that God should have remembrance Tuesday the First Year Con. VI Plaintiff ] 'Oc

Wednesday, 7:30: pm. of me? trmatlon Class meets from 6 to GEORGE: T. W STONE.: *t al.Defendant.

in the chapeL The Junior Choir Nicolas Obispo Perez 7. The Primary choir rehearses IN THE NAME or THB STATIC*
will rehearse at the parsonage (Dominican Republic) Tuesday at 6:30: followed by the or FLORIDA QRBBT1NOJI1TOl
Junior Lutheran choir at 7. The OKORUB!: : T. W. STONE DR.
228 Olmstead, Sunday, 4 p.m. to JOHN W. STONE' EDWIN x''
I pm. Good ShepherdAt I Adult Choir rehearses at 730.: I W. STONE;kuiband- Mo-of 9 r' + ro, e >tie a aaarfr

Visitation evangelism will be On Wednesday morning the CORMICK OEKTHUDB MoCORMICKi a raI

conducted beginning at 7 pm. Good Shepherd Lutheran course for Church Workers Is SARAH McCOHMICK ck-n'A;
and RILEY .......
aeaWneNMa
Wednesday and Thursday Church, divine worship services held from ':SO to 11:30.: This ach of them If alive, endtheir ,, w ., ,r8' lor prod.. every 5....

will be conducted: at 8:00: and :group is studying the "Psychol. ,renpecllvo if married unknownepoua and If a f .a T ".., _......child M04t '
First ChurchOf 10:30: am., Sunday, October 18. ,ogy of Christian Education". dead their and punk mpectIve IMlneueaee.1011
the later service Holy IPOUM. heirs. d."I..., aosald i chunk S*, awn hiin
During I Wednesday evening from 8 to le..t_ frantecl Mllneea., .. lot. the tteut.I .
God Communion will be celebrated.The llenora, creditor tru.'... th. L.,". Lot wliippwt
7 f the Second Year ConfirmationClass
and any and all partiescleiming
The services of the First Rev Arnold F. Claus will meets. From 7 to 7:30 by, through under, ,, KM BrgrMf
with continue the series of sermons or ...1..1 laid named defendant ardor t* home
Church of God will begin .
Wednesday evening Meditation *, or any of them and By. be a '.Ith"" wwkf.
Sunday School classes at 10:00: "Our Wonhlp", based on the Time is conducted. This Is a all pereon having or claln If. ...iI, Iwbl* ree*
from the first verse of to have any legal right .
o'clock this Sunday morning text t aids: end cooed teniceirfulHy.
quiet time for prayer and meditation or Intern la tb* land .
with classes for all ages. Psalm 122. One described a:
on) Scripture. can
Thv>n one-bait The morning worship service The nursery for small children come to or leave this serviceat the Moutheait one-quarter """1: -

vlll follow at 10:45: with the will be available for the late any time; at 7:30: the Adult quarter I8E14)"' of(NW the 4)Northweet.t Section 0.Ten..- ", 8

pastor, Rev. Ronald Holder, service with Mrs. Frances Has- Information Class Is conductedfor (U") Town.blp Twenty-eight. :

cringing the morning message. selbrlng and Mrs. Olga Rodriguez those Interested the Lutheran .(21) South(87) ,East Rang In Brevard Thirty.even /

The youth fellowship will In charge Church and her beliefs. County Florid, defendant.
YOU ARE HBRBHY NOTIFIED
meet at 5:30: p.m. on Sunday The Sunday School hour .is Church members are also wel. that a lull to quiet till to lbs
in the home of the above demirlbed land hai been
evening 10.15 o'clock, come. The Parish Education
from 9.13 until :
:
brought aialn.l you In tb* Clr-
pastor, 3374 Elder Street. with classes for three-year old Committee will also meet Wednesday cult Court of Brevard County, This Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:
service riorlila n rio entitled V. C.BROWNLIK .
The midweek (
prayer at 7:30.
evening :
The Pastor'sclass .
children to adults I'tnlntlff, ... OEOKUR
will be held on Wednesday evenIng studying the T. W. STONE et 01, D*.
presently
at 7:30: in the home of Mr Christian, doctrines, also meetsat First Christian 211II40.f-tniUnu, being Chancery No. Town Motel Baird's Mobile Home

and Mrs. Donald Rlggle, 107 YOU ARE REQUIRED t. fileyour
Singleton Avenue 9.15.: First Christian Church of) Titusvllle .n.w.r or other defenora III Downtown Titusville Rte. 1 Box 351 Cocoa, FloridaThrelkeld's
retulred by lew with the Clerk of
The services of the First Sunday afternoon at 2:00: aU services are announcedas aalil Circuit Court on or before

Church of God are presently being the youth of the congregation follows by Pastor Eddie of November laid aniwer S IW4.or and other aerv dNeenosupon a copy Standard Service Luke Cain

conducted in the Old Indian will hold a very Important meet- Fine: the plilntlffi attorney, Titusville AM 7.9927 State Farm Insurance Companies
River City Post Office building, Ing in the picnic area of the who**. name and addreai appearbelow. Downtown 214 TitusvilleBoyd's
Sunday: Sunday School, 0 Herein fall not or a decreepr Palm
at the corner of Hopkins and church. Eighth grade students I eonfeeeo wlU be entered
am.; Morning worship, 1000: .
not you.
Coquina. to and including college age Indian River Machine Shop
with pastor's sermon topic:: WITNE84 (he hand and official
This congregation is affiliated youth are urged to be in attendance .e.1! of the Clerk of the Circuit Rive Florida Gulf Service
"The Indian City
Light of the World": 1:45: Court nravard County Florid, :
with the Church of God whose Counsellors for the Youth Groups meet: 7:30: EvenIng thli With day of >pt. nb.r. 1W4. Downtown Titusville
general offices are in Anderson, group are Mr. and Mrs. Allan CI'RTI R. BARNES
worship. BY V. II. BpcnglerrOVRT Mims Citrus Growers Association
Indiana. vLiGrarqe Nkkancn and Mr. and Mrs. Deputy Clerk
William Rodriguez Wednesday, 7.30: to 8:15: p.m., 8IUI. Mims, Florida Brevard Lumber Company
WHITB HERMAN
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prayer meeting.
Baotist The Friendship Bowling League Attorney for Plaintiff

LaGrange Baptist burch, of the Sunday.church will meet at School Thursday workers', 7:30: conference.p.m., Sunday 110.1 Oct.Melbourn 1.Hlblicue t. 14.. Florid 21 Houlevard trr1,11940.WELCOME Mr and Mrs. P. W. Roberts, Jr. W. E, Kennedy

located north of Titusvllle j Njn 8pm. Mims, Florida Badcock Furniture, Titusville

the Old Dixie Highway, an: Monday morning at 9.30: the

Bounces services as follows: ladles of the church will con- TO THE d wcoe Bryan-Conway & Winstead Inc. C W. Danenburg

Sunday: Bible School 10 duct an area canvass. ,
11:00 Tuesday evening at 7.30: o'. Downtown TitusvilleBelkLindsey Danenburg Realty
'.m.; Morning worship, : ; First Baptist
1514 S. Titusville
evening service at 730.: clock, the Pastor's Class will Washington,

Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., Prayer ., meet in the church office. esee, .

service. The Girls' Mission Leaguewill (hurch Titusville Master Cleaners

Revival servicef .will I will meet for mission study 01 tla tl f S. Hopkins at Titusville City Limits
Sunday, Oct. 18, with Pastor Wednesday evening at 7:00: and
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Bill Parrott doing the preaching.. at 7:30: the choir will rehearse Of Mlms ., el'ag"5 Ray Nelson Big Apple Insurance Plaza Agency. -; Fransen's Drive In Restaurant


r e and Employees, South Washington
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY ICHIL i "} Titusville
945 A. M. Burger King ,

"In The Heart Of The Community" MORNING WORSHIP e North U. S.1, Titusvfile r; :r,
11:00A.M. 1110 f ,:- Edwards Realty I
Main fc Hopkins Tltuivllle, Florida .. YOUTH CHOIR RE- f sa"n
EdwardsMr.
Joe and
HtARSAL 1:30 Duff Electric-Titusville Mary
P. M. M C+vrNr '.
W. S. Hardln. Pastor Baldwin Shopping Center
TUININO UNION and Mrs. H. Guy Duff ,
flits P. M. 11
SERVICESSunday :
'VININ WORSHIP I '
1i30 P. M. .r Canaveral Rambler !I' Brevard Mutual Ins. Agency, Inc.
Worship . 8))0 fc 11(00 JLM. WID. NIGHT PRAYER yn,4? Downtown Titusville

Sunday School .. MS AJ4. IIIVICI 7130 p, M. I Dill Phone AM 7-1343

Training Ui>l,a MS AM. nutet ;
"Th. lad Of Your ; tl l .
I Sunday En ilrvj Wirthlp . 7130 P.M. Rinker Materials Corp. The Employees of

, Mid-W.*lc S.r Tie*, WtdaMday . 7130 P.M. Search Chucb-for a friendly !r !I I b : West Orange, Ph. AM 7-5900 Suburban Propane

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ClVt I .. ''t Church Ara-C,tabIUh.d la1C3 ;

.-AffllULcd wLh Southern Baptist Convention I Air C-'I'1eNd Per II$ -""I.L"'. coY Duffy's First Federal Savings & Loan Association,

_Ah.CondUioned-Mother of Three Church**- III' C..I i Mims, Florida Downtown TitusvilleTltwIYHI.

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I Court Houe I Tl5.on'lIIo, 05.- ROTOrS TO CRniTOBt are hereby notified that n Com
: tarS Cously. Cleuldo. at 11.0 All oredHore of th. oatnt* of plaint Ie forantoa a mortca os
I oclock AM, en tSp SMk'day *!( ......... J, Ito-. a/k/a I.letll .....- the faflewrnc deeoHbed. propertr.
I Orlobit1504, the fsl.wlst da* na ....\ NoliMa. daoeaaed, lo-wlt:
,rlbed property a* act forth in are. hereby. notified and reoulrod Lot 11, 14 and. U. Block D
Church News Of The WeekFor aid Final Decree to-v.lt: to file any claims or demande Lot ... Block A nod Lot 5,
t.OIJol a. Mock I. nh Addition which they may have aaalnet Mid aid a. Block
ekl4ta> BMk. aooorfipaPublic estate In the office of the County ltat..l." PALMS BDf:
to tIttI Plot t"-f as roesNIi < Plot SueS It, rap III?. IB the Courthouse, at Tltuenll.rI. .. recorded la Plat Book
Titusville and North Brevard County ) .....- of Brevard "- ... within sit calendarmonthe !" pate **, Of the Public Heoorda -
from the date of
Cuuaty. Florida the fIrM of Brevard County. Fior
Dated Ibis 14'" day of October, publlcatloa of this nolle Each Ida.
1)04. claim nr demand muet bo In writ- haa been filed
aialnat yea I* the
Deidlia Tot Church Newi oa The*. Pages I P. ]f. W.dne.daJehovah's CURTIS R. BARNS* lit and muat elate lha place of Circuit Court la and for Brevard
of Court raatdeno aid poet.offlco addraaa
tier te County, Florida and yon are required -
JM Sit of the claimant nnd moot b
IJ1' Moly iworn to eerve a oopy ef youAnewer ?
DeautyCOtRT to by th* claimant bin went or or Pleading to saId' Corn
( '!rALLY hla attorney;' or It will became plaint on the plalnUrfe attoreev.
: OBOROK IIAttorney void ID."JA to TIaw.. FLOR Oeorn T Kelly, III, Flrel Federal
for Walntiff : HOLMESTATON Rulldlnt; P O. Bon MS,
Scottsmoor Church Of ChristThe Way Of Life Baptist Cocoa
Baptist EpiscopalThe Poet onto Boo MS Admlnletratrlx cum Florida and tile the ortir-
Coeo* hash. Florida leetamenta annas* of the Ketato icn or Pleadlni I la the of.

WitnessesThe Services for First Baptist schedule for St. Gabriel's Church of Christ meetsat Way Of LIfe Mhwlonary Baptist -OoL II InLl l1111toI of Johaaaa Bllaabetk Rllaahath J. 1101.Holmea..... aka do- Hen of the Clerk of the Circuit

following to be Church of Scottsmoor, Rev Episcopal Church as announced the corner of St. Johns and Church Singleton Avenue at' ......... JOHN' MINOT of. the firm Court November oa or 1 befora S4. If th yen* eta fall day to doii of

program Roy Cordell pastor are announced by Father Ferguson, Is as follows schedule Dairy Road Owen Human pastor I IN JHI (11171.711' COURT OF of Allorneya Hhepard. Hhepard AdmlnletratrliVpt. A Mlaot, altos Juncment by default will bo
held at the Kingdom Hall 1422 Hopkins Avenue The JVniriAL ('1K. : dl : acalaet you for Ibo relief
as follows: announces services as follows it, a, 0, U IFH> 1M4. demanded In the
Complaint
('('IT. IN AND FOR HHBVAKD
Norwood Ave., Is announced by Sunday School, 1:45: a.m. with On Saturday, Oct. 17, at I p.m. of services Is as follows: : ''COUNTY, BTATK OF FIORIDA This notion shall ha publIshed

L D. Shawver: local presidingminister classes for all ages and nursery the Couples Club will meet at Sunday: Bible study 1:00: Sunday: Sunday School, 10 IN CHANCRRT NO.OF tMUNOTim SlOT THE IN THE NINTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCl Or. once OlIve each week week In tbe for Tltuevllle four oonaeo Btar

for children under four the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don am.; morning worship, 10:Wa a.m.; Morning worship, 11. Evening BOBBIE LOU FRAnCHKTTIflalnUff. 'IT IN AND FOR BREVARD Advocate DONE ,AND Tltuivllle, r I or I da.
Sunday at J p.m. a Public Bible COUNTY FLORIDA ORDERED at Tltuivllle
lecture will be by a years of age: Rev Roy Cordell Thompson.On .m.; evening service I:00 p.m.Midweek worship, 7:30: p.m. .v,. CHANCERY Nt). losS, Florida thin loth lay of

given will bring the Inspirational mes- Sunday, Morning Prayer) is Wednesday, 7:30: pm, Prayer ROBERT VICTOR FRAIICHKTTIDefendant.: POliTICK. TO APPEAIIPKNINfALAR September, 1M4.
representative of the Watch Bible study on : IIFB INaTR- CurtiS It. Banea Clerk
tower A. Halbrook sage at the 11 am. worship will be said at 7:15: a.m.; Holy Bible meeting TOI ROBERT VICTORFRA1ICHETTO ANCE COMPANY, 0 Florid.oorpor.Uo. Circuit Court Brevard
Society, service. Communion will be celebratedat Wednesday at 7 p.m. Every 4th Saturday singing : ., County, Florid

who For will.speak on, "What" Hope The Junior and Intermediate 7:30: a.m.; Sunday School for classes are provided for all age 7:30: p.m. .o/o Marlon Leroy Avenue FraauheltlH4 'a Plaintiff By V. B. RpaoslerDeputy Clerk

Lasting Peace? Followingthe choir will practice at ( p.m. Sunday the fourth grade and up will groups both Sunday morningand Mouth Arcadia. California CATLB HOMES OF FLORIDA, (Circuit Court Beat.n'O..r.
lecture at 4:15 pinS the IN TilE CIRCUIT COIRT OF TOU ARE HEKKUT: NOTIFIED INC.. "0., ot al, .e T. Kelly. III
and Training Union meetsat meet at I am.; Family Eucharist Wednesday night. I THE NINTH JUDICIAL (CIR that a Suit haa boos filed In the Defendant. Attorney for Plaintiff

weekly Bible study will be con 6:30 with unions for all ages, will be celebrated at 10 a.m.; ('tilT. IN AND FOR BKKVAKDCOUNTT above etyled court hv BOBBIB TOl N. W. HALLIDAY. JRITU First Federal Bids.
ducted on the text from Eph. The minister's telephone number FLORIDAIN LOU FRAMCHRTTI PlaIntIff and Vlleuia Road, N.E.: P. O lIne Ml
Mrs Grady Sanders, director the Sunday Schol, third grade CHAVCERT NO -
1:17: 18 "Carry On Prayer On Evening worship is held at 7:30.: I and below, will meet at 10 a.m. has recently been changedto i NOTIltt; Or 'O..t'LtI.t..S"UT to Defendant. sod of you are Aniwer required ot Ton, N. W HALLIDAY. JR. Dot. 1 1. 14)) :U IFrl) 1* f.
Every Occasion In Spirit. I 2677052 The old number servo your
Midweek prayer service Is I under the direction of James THK: BROOKLYN SAVINGS: I aid m"'I'tr for Dlvorra on Attorney
Every Tuesday, at 8 p.m., an ((271552)) has been transferred RANK a N.w York lianhlno ( T. David Duma 1411 North
other Bible Study is held on, I Wednesday at 7 pm. followed Munn.s, Jr to the church building When Corporation. Atlantis Avenue. Cape Canaveral BONNIE VAN WAGONER ANNOUNCESTHE
by adult choir practice at 8. On Wednesday, Oct. 21, at Plaintiff I Florida. and file the original In
"Babylon The Great Has Fallen calling the church number if VLMit. the office ot the Clerk of the Circuit -

God'i Kingdom Rules. 7:15: am Morning Prayer will there is no answer, please call WACTOR D. 8MITII and Court on or before November REOPENING OF
be said followed by Holy Communion MKS WACTOR D SMITH. tola U IM4HKRKIN.
Thursday at 7:30: p.m. the Theocratic First Baptist, Mims the minister's number. wife FAIL NOT or decree
Defendanta : pro r.... will be entered again
School is held
Ministry TOl MR FACTOR D : COTTAGE GIFT SHOP
On Thursday Oct. n at t:30 SMITh p
followed at 8:30: by the Weekly Services for First Baptist Md Mill, WACTOK l>. VMTNK8H my hand and peal ot
Church of Mims, Rev. JosephE. am. Holy Communion will be 1st AssemblyOf I ITM1TH hie wife. aid Court In Brevard 'County
Service meeting. celebrated; at 1:30: the Kennaaaw Ororiln, I Florida, this JIll day of October
are announced p.m. God
Boatwright, pastor Ho* .Ie mi.
as follows: Men's Club will meet. TOU ARK: HERESY NOTIFIED: CurtIs R. Bar.... SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18
XOTICB or no ID eiomxo; The choir will rehearse on that a ault lo forr,'InM. n M"rt...e Ae I'lark ot ISo paId' CIrcuIt
NOTICE) I. hereby given that Worship services are held at Services for First Assemblyof ben bean filed ainlnul you la lha i Court OPENS P. M. WEEKDAYS ALL DAY SAT.
puriuant to Ch U5.33 Florida 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. each Sun Friday Oct. 23, at 7:45: pm. God, 1212 West Main St., are above Court by I hi above named I By: V. I. Ipanaler17.culv
glalutaa. 1W7! (2). tO). the Boardf Plaintiff Tb. properly aoutht to (lerk
County Commlailonera of Bra- day and Sunday School at 10. announced as follows by PastorW foreoloaed I. ae followe: Circuit Court Hal)
Void County Florida, adopted a The Junior and Youth Choirs rehearse Christian Science J. CoxSunday : I". :X ,In HIlIlI.ANl) HOMHft. Oct *. la, 93. M (Frl) I.... HWY. NO. I TWO MILES NORTH OF MIMS
FiRST AUDITION. .
reeolutlon In regular aeaelon October mi dint
8l b. 1W4 closIng:. vacation. at 5 p.m. : Sunday School, 11:45: to the plot thereof re..,irried In IN ThIS CIRCUIT COURT OF
"Greater love hath
no man ; Plat Book III. Title NINTH Jl'DILUL CIRCUIT -
and dlaeontlnulnn all al Pane 11. --- -- ------
roads abtndonhix, dralnaaa ditches. borrow Monday, 10 am. Beginner than this, that a man lay down II am; Morning worship, 10:45: ; Public Kfwordr ot tiravard IN AND FOH BREVARD

pile appertaining Iherelo within choir rehearsal; 3:45: pm.. Primary Evening worship, 7:30.: County. Florida (tOUNTV FL.tRIDACIIANCICKY
his life for his friends. This I
YOU ARM!: RKQIIRKD la file NO. milI'01.1t
Kennedy BpaoaCenter
John F.
Ana IV. ,NASA Florida of IheMtia choir rehearsal verse from John ((15-3) will be I Christ Ambassadors meet at your Ao..... with the llerk of the K Or PAlE: TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
7:30p.m. Tuesday and Bible Court end to serve n catty uiwn FIRS FEDERAL SAVINGS
particularly I
Project, more Wednesday
followe p.m. supper; the Golden Text for a Bible LesIOn the Plalntltr Attorney. IltMNll AND IOAN ASSOCIATION or (An American Lutheran Church)
dearrlbed ae :
DESCRIPTION 630: Sunbeams, GA's, RA's; on "Doctrine of Atonement"to study is conducted by the Pastor NATHANMON P O Hoc IM. PALM BAY
fERIMETER on at 7 30IV ('_., Florida. nol later than Ottober Plalatlffve
I NORTH EXPANSIONA 8:30: church choir rehearsal. Thursday nights : .
tract parcel ( land located be read at all Christian Science Pith 1IW4 If you fall to do 140 MAGNOLIA AVENUE
In the northern or end o of Hrevard I Thursday, Visitation 9:30 a.m. church services this Sun. no a dear* pro rinfteea will no ('UTLIII HOMItII'Or: FLOIIIDA
INDIAN RIVER
coIned INC. CITY
eaulrut you for the .
extending relief -
and
CoUnty, Florida and 7 p.m.are demanilnd In the Complaint. DefaMilanla :
North Into the Southern end ofVoluala. day. THE CIRCUIT COURT 01'TlflO

County described, riorlda at 'follown morenartlcularly Selections from Science and CUT IN NINTH AND JlrICIAL FOR BRKVAHI: CIR spit. WITNESS of >:.ld my Court hand at and Hreverdniinlv the to Notice a Final I* hereby Decre liven of Foreiloeure pureuant SUNDAY SCHOOL .... UI . 1.00. ....

BegIn at the Imereectlon of the Health with Key to the Scrip (COUNTT FLORIDA < this I4lh day of Btuteraber dated the lath day el October. CHURCH SERVICES ., (MS ...
of Said curve a diet..... 'of JMCurtla. ltW4. end entered In Chanoerylaae It. .
Xail/Weat Quarter Section lineo 32.887 feet, more or I..., to lbs tures" by Mary Baker Eddy include CHANCERY NO. :17731rco1.lor R. Rarnea No 17T9 of the llrcull
( Secuon.In. Townahlp 20 South ; point of Intersection of aald curve or atl.r (lark of Circuit Court Court of the Ninth Judicial. (Ir.
County. this statement: "Wisdomand FIRST W. Extend A Cordial W.lcom To Yowl
JI.... M Kaal. Brevard with the South line of Old Haul- FEDERAL HAVING By V. I. ipineterDeputy soil la and for Brevard Coualv. .
)lorlda. and the low water line over Canal aa extended South- Love may require many AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Of link Florida, wherein FIrst FwtoralS.vI.pa I
ef lb. Atlantic Ocean (said Baal/: OCelorly Into the o..n waters 01 sacrifices of self to from PALM BAT Court Oral) and Loan Aeeorlallon of CLAUD I. TUAN. PaiN,
Vent Quarter Keetlon line also the Indian River tbrnce runNortheeaterlv save us .. I'lalnllfl Hept :J6, (SrI. I. .. X (Frl.) 1IM4. I'elm Hav FlorIda la the plaintiff
II.tn. the enlMIng North boundaryf along the SoulS line sin" (p. %1)). and Cull Homea af Florida
the NASA Project). of the Old Heulover Canal and Its CAATLR HOMES OF FLORIDA IN TIlE IIRtllT orRT (IF Inr. et al., are the defendenle, I -- '--
Pro's'said point of beginning: enlcniilon. laid South II.. also being First Church of Christ Scientist. INC. ETC., at al, Trill NINTH PKUI.. {'I 1K. will poll to the hlfheel and heel

run thenoa. Northwesterly along the enlellng North boundary Tltusvllle, holds Sunday DefrndantaNotka CI1T IN AND FOR UKKVAHD bidder for rook at the Baal Front THIS IS YOUR INVITATION TO
the tow water line of tb. AtlanticOcesa of the preaent NASA Project a la hereby elveti purauanl ('llt'NTY FLORIDACHANChRT Donr nf the Hrevard Comb
14.two feet, more or baa. to dlatanoa of 1800 feeti more or services at 11 a.m. and Wednesday to n Final Decree of Forecloeure NO ITtMNlirit Court House In Tlluevllle, Sir..
lit inleriecllon with the Brevard !<.... to the Eaeiern end of the testimony meetings at 8 doted the lath day ot OotoberIM4. K lip lAIR void Countv Florida al U:M
CDUftt,. Voluala County Unitthonoc Old Haulover Canal and th. Weat and entered In CbanoeryCaeo FIRST FKDItRAL NAVINON otlork AM on the M day ot REVIVAL SERVICES
oontlnue Northweaterly Into bank of Moaqulto Lagoon; throes p.m. at 109 Baldwin Shopping No Z773I of the Clroull AND LOAN AmOtlATION OF O'tnbof 1M Ibe following deeirlheil .
Voluila County and along the low run Northeeatorly along the eilalIng Center. Sunday School for children Court of the Ninth Judklal I ('.- PALM BAY prol..rt" aa eel forlb In
water line of the AU.DUO Oman North boundary of the present run t In and for Brevard County. Plaintiff eel,I Final Derree.. t*.wilt at the -
MOW feet more or I..... to 111 In- NASA I'roj.cacro... the open up to the age of 20 convenes Florida, wherein Flnt Fedoralavlnia v.. Lot 4. Block B. RRVENTII
tereectloa with a line 1000 feet waters of Mosquito Lagoon. 10MX at 11 a.m. in the Chamber and Loan Aeaoilatlon. of CAMTLR HOMes or FLORIDA. ADDITION lo MUHIUAN
:JJorU' of and parallel to the South feet, more or loop. to a point on Palm Bar Florida la the nlaln- INC.. etc. et al. HEAtH auoofding to the plot LaGrangeBaptist
line ol Section $&. Towwhln II the Bait bank of Moaqulto La. of Commerce building All tiff cod Cattle llomea of Florida. Defendanla lhoro.l _' recorded: Ip Plo':
South Range U ICaet Voluala goon whIch I. the Interaectlonof welcome. Ino. el al. are the defen,laiita. NOTICE la hereby liven purnuent "nub U, Poe. Hit PublloRmorda
County, Florida! thence run went- the entiling North boundery of are I will aril to the hlcheei and bunt to a Final lienree of Furreloaure of lirev.rd County, Church
sly along said Ins JOOO feet North the NASA Project and the WeetHectlon bIdder for rapS al the ....t Front dated the LOb day of IKtober Florida
.f and parallel to the South line line of Section II Townahlp First Presbyterian Door of tb. !tr.v.rd County Court 1KI4" and entered. In (Chen haled thin 141* day ef October,
if Section 86. a dUtance of 2.400 20 South, Range 8* Rant Bravard hlouen In Ttt000iltu. Br..llrdCouDt" corp Cain No IfTTU of the Circuit 1M4.
feet. more or less. to Itt Inter County, Florida thenoa run Florida. .t liNe: o'cluck (ourt of the Ninth Judl.l.l: Clroult rtTHTll R. BARNES Come and hear our new Pastor
suctIon with the East bank of North along the West line of aald "The Forgiveness of Sins" will I A.M. .n lho IIIlb die or October. In and for Hrevard COuoyFlorIds the ('lrc..l dourt
Moiqulto Lagoon; thence runHoutkveeterly Section II to the Welt Quarter 1..4. tbo followinc d"orlbe" pro" wherein Flret Federal By'Mary Joe lngerDentil BRO. BILL PARROTT
bethe of the
acroaa the open corner of eald portion IS: th.noe topic sermon by ertr aa let. forth In cold Final Neetoju and Inoo ADIII.tton of y Clerk
wafer of MosquIto Lagoon at an' run East along the Baat/Weet the Rev. Charles. Bates, pastor Decree. t* wit: Palm Hay Florida' I. the ,ilaln <('m'RT HICAI) Permer Mlttlonary' f* BrtillSIRVICIS
apuroxlmala bearing of South 40wool. Quarter Section line of Section II tot a. mouk n, mcvKNTifADDITION lift and Caalle lImo of $ OKOHUM T. KKLIT III
., ...ten.... of WWO feet. saint feet, more or lea. to the at the 1:30: and 11 o'clock to MICHIGAN Inc, ft al. are the Attorney for Plalnllff IACH iVININO AT MO P. M.
more or ...... to a point on the of "beginning, containing 14. services Sunday morning at REACH. aocordln* lo lbs nlal I will eell In I he hl.hf.l ",rl".lda'l P. O. Ho. MCooo W* Art L*..r o) North of Tlrvivlll en West bank ot Moaqulto Lagoon coc: of :land and 30IM acres thereof. recorded In Plat.. bidder for cad h al lh.. K... Beank FloHdaOil Dia'. HIhWI
laid point being the Inleraei lion of of water. EXCEPT from the above First Presbyterian Church. Book 31. pole IWT Pulillu It* Door of the Nrevaril II I Frl.I INS
the aut/Woot Quarter Poc000line deacrlptlon all roada. drainage There Is a church.hour nurseryfor orda of Bastard County, Flor --
of Section 9, TownshiP 19Mouth. ditches, borrow pita located JinVoluala. Ida
,. Bange So Eaat Voluala County children to age six at thelatter I1it.d this 14ln day of October 0

County Florida. with the Wait Take Notice and govern jrouraelvea hour only 1M4.rU'RTII
boot of Moaqullo Lagoon; thence accordingly R BARNES:
run weeterly along the Baal/Wart By Order of the Board! of County Sunday School, with classesfor Clerk of the Circuit Court
Quarter Hwstlon" line of sold 8e.- Comml..lo...... Ibis lib day of By Mon J0.Irpuly Vn.er
convenes at 1:45.
lion .. 1W feet more or I..... to October A.D, 111M. everyone, : Clerk
the West line of sold Section t' JOB H. W1CKHAK. Junior.Hi and Senior HI Youth (roiTRT B-FAII
thence run South along the West OFORUK! T. KKLLT HI
CHAIRMAN
line of eald Section '. :240 feet. BOARD or COUNTY Groups meet at 7 p.m. Attorney for Plaintiff hevrolet0workpower
snore or lea.. to the Boutbweat COMMIKKIONBRSBRRVARD P O Box m
corner thereof: thence continue COUNT!'. Mims MethodistServices Cocoa Beach Florida
Mouth along the Wept tine of Bet FLORIDA. Oct. II I Fri.) W4

tlon U. Township 18 South Range ( SEA Li
85 taut Voluala County Florida.. Oct. II 194 for Mims Methodist
2640 feet more or hue 10 the Went
Querter corner of said Section 14)thenoa )' Church, Rev S. C. Mayo, pastor
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or
run Wept along the Beat/
Wool Quarter Section line of nee- THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT are announced as follows:
tlon 17 Townehlp It !South Rants IN AND FOR BREVAROCOUNTT Breakfast AttendServices
Sunday Layman's Day
FLORIDA
U Baet a dlitanca of 1360 feet
more or I.... to the point of In. IN CHANCERY*. NO 1411MITK 7:30: a.m.; Sunday School,
laid Eoet/Wept r or cur
leraectlon Quarter Sfctlon of line with the ROBERT LEWIS GRUB HI. IT. 10 am. Morning worship,

North.eoters boundary of Pablo PlaIntiff.BARBARA 11:00; Methodist Youth Fellowship .
Grant In Townehlp 1* -va-
Koeelte Kouth Range 31 Kael thence run ANN ORtBBS Defendant.TO Jr. I pm.; Evening worship,

outhoaaterly along the Northeaalrn 7:30: p.m.
ANN ORLBBS.
boundery of aald Grant a dietanoe BARBARA This
of WW feet morn. or leee. to IrReelAVare
the Northeaet corner of Lot 1116 of unknown Scottsmoor First
HEREBY NOTIFIED
of the Pablo R". YOU ARE
aubdlvlelon
the II South that a Suit baa been filed In the
TownshIp
Oils Grant In Book ehove styled court by ROBERT i BaptistServices
Man
Bange 36 Bait found In Weekat
LEWIS GRUBBS Jr. Plaintiff
4. Page 101 of the Public RecordS and BARBARA ANN' GRUBB for Scottsmoor FIrst
County. Florida: thence
at Voltula .
Defendant and yon are. required
run Soulhweet along the North Jr of Baptist Church, Rev. CordeD,
your
| 1 lo serve n espy
line of Lot U*.Nortnweat 1M feet uc crier corner Aaawer of aald Complaint' for btv.ore pastor, are announced as follows -
Iso, to the David Buraa.T413 .
Attorney T.
on
thereof the '\\In'i: Lot aTOMtbwatalong IS*, iSOfeel. North Atlaatl A........ Cap : Your Own
Wool
leer. to the South. I Canaveral Florida and file the Sunday: Sunday School, 1:45:
more or
the office of th. Clerkof
In
weet corner thereof, thence run of original the Circuit Court on or before am., under the supervision of
line
Houthweat along eubdtvlelon the North of the i November U. 1064. Wilbur Griffin, superintendent,
Lot 1M of enid HEREIN FAIL NOT or a Series Place
Pablo Roootte Grant, a dletano of Morning worship 11 Junior
;
.. the Worthweet pro eonfeeao will b* entered agaln'WITNESS ,
to
I.
560 feat more or
owner thereof; thence runoutbeaaterly my hand and Hal of choir practice, I p.m.. Training I

along the Wealernbouadary Hid Court In Brevard County Union, 130: ; Evening worship, I
It'u onton0105 -
of Lot 1S4 and Florida" thIs ItS day .( OoUber.IW4. .
7.30: i iI
a dletance of 84U reet. ""' : of Worship
b.
Gr !tote. to a point on lbs lout Pablo Curtis R. Parses Wednesday, 7 p,m., mIdweek
boundVry paid
of
.aetera South- A. Clerk of the paid Circuit service I
BoeetU Grant; Ibenw run Court prayer
....1..11' along Ae South line' of By; V. S. Ipangler Revival services will startOct
TOO '
paid Pablo Roaelte Grant. Deputy Clerk
;
more or I.... to a point' ; JJjJJJJJJ (Circuit Court Seal) 18 and continue through25th

run I..utb.uterly South.t boundery rl.b& of Oct. *. 1*. Z8. W iFril 1M4.IX with services each evening
the .nie001 ,
to
said Pablo Roeette Grant HO at 7:00.: The Rev. Robert Smith
feel more or 'lea. to a point on THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
pastor of the
line too feet South of and par THE NINTH' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SumrnervUle Ga.
a to the Southern right-**.**) IN AND FOR BBEVAR0: Baptist Church will bring the
line ot U I. Highway No. 1 aidIt' I COUNTY FLORIDA
eatenilon: thenoa na .lo". CHANCERY NO. mNoTiric messages
p.r.II.1 to aid 101I foOt I or SALE _
said Its.
South of the .xl.Unl poulh.aotrIghtofwa FIRST FEDERAL .A VINOSAD
line Dr U. S. High' LOAN ASSOCIATION' or
? FIRST
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE I
Nit I aDd said rl.bl".a"II. PALM BAY,
way or 00fSS : na.Uft
.tended. a tt.ce 1027
Park AT TUujrUJ
: *. -
.. .on or ..... t. tb. liter'section es.
sold 1150 wIth tbs kulll CASTLE: HOMES or FLORIDA Sua. School
.f '
of Govern.t Lot I of i IHC. _... et at, 145..JII. Worship Hour. II amS .

line SocUos Ii 20. Ealt.To..blp. Votuuia II CoOtV.Plorlda South. I Notice I* hereby given Dofe.da.la.ureaaat Youth Fellowship, I p.m. I Evangelistic Hour

Range rUn W..torl, I. FlaaJ been *f Freleur
: 15,000 bulb Sloe St j000iOpat doted the lBs day *C OctonwM. 7pm. Wedml4w..kservk..7p.n.

stool Lot said,. 111ft f.... elorO or _. I. and entered I. 4haacery THOMAS REAM. MINISTER comes in two hinds of pickups Trim neeu.de
II. Weet" MM .' paid.Jfeel tea rue We' tint *f tb* Ctrcnltcourt
t.

2&: ,UI..OO more 1150 .f or.n paid....South. .to...110.IN olonl: beth'I. OhiO lbWink evil In*.f end where the for Ninth' Br FIrst-Judicial ard CooslyFlorida. Federalnarlaga Ctr-, SCTlptuna1-Chjsf.C.nt.r,4..Evon.Infant It ToddWr.PUBLICIZE NarMrJ Welcome Pickup (shown above) or handy Stepslde Pickup with running boards be


went this eo.sooth..r along thereofSn tb.II.: tII.-... 0000 n. PoIse Bay and Florida lose --.u.I* the t4ala*f tween cab and rear fenders. There are GIor 8-ft bodies plus an extra-long
,
21. T,000htn. te hitS. lift a4 Caatl Home *f Florida.
of 5e00.1o5 Voluoia (osoty.FlorIda I..... et al.. are. the defendant
3tspe .55 I2IU Eut.reet Dlore or ..... tous. I will sell I. the klgbeot **d ht 9-fL Stepside body. Floor of heavy wood planking with full-length steel skid

.... U"o': bidder for ...11 at tb* Kait Frl

,.bo'ulhOP0tthose. eo.UDO'of ectIoO South II. .100.TowsObte the Door Hone.( the In mard THMTtll Cet. .?r.Craft..ardCeeaty. YOUR strips. Tailgate held snugly by anti-rattle latches. You get

Wool 110' >> Eaat. Ste. Florida at 11M .'_h _ _

!hutS. rf it Sonic* font of. SlOtS oatS sn.10the 1 A.M.M, M the the followla Mtb day of deeerlbednraperty Ortebw. SERVICES OR smooth independent front suspension and self-adjusting -

l.terHdIoO ...? lie a* *H tenth I* avid Fleet _
".. II.. mOth tile ,..... brakes. Check
of I'". ..-beetleS. ('rapos 42. ToWiShtP.. I' Lot": ',. Btech .. fnCVCTTRADDITION SPECIAL EVENTSON out a Chevy pickup for your kind of job.
boewa aP
MICHIGABPEACH.
U
t 5.500ens
55 Soft
bootS RailS aI050 the aeeerdiol t* the * lout".eotertY said Gr.... a thereof M ncerded In Flat THIS PAGE your any type of truck

1'I0I'tIt.' .f IaO 127 foot.r iSO... ii .... beaU I*. MM M rMMrd Poor --..-..- .- ....-------....-.-- .....--...-.-
4155.0500 bOsh of h00d waIOsq of boostS Ce.aly. FlerDated -
to the 5lM M-1480
roe
the lediaO..eaatrlir-dreetl: t5.lah s4ee UK 14tk, day af OetiberIMeL. YvTJ k* ,w,.... wrH. *.k. fiaa .. **v. .** htm r acfcInf -

ta the a 500 oail_ wa... of !.bearing.... Rinse of CTRT1 R. SAPPEdClech *. *...,. .. Harth Brtvarrf C vry fftrvti .*... St,,.

it houth as $4'.P.15're_500.aM a 41.10500 ..f1111I& of the CWealt Ce* 'tBy I A V*<*$ tfcvrch p.*... A (.U *.*"vTtl.*(.t*.vt rho. else .. GUS FAULK CHEVROLETCORNER

of,....5000tOiO. sOb" 00 of ti.a esowo Ie 1M Ie Mary, iiSiiv Joe gMJ'fieoBoc Wt tnrmmctx***? will IMf pee. 4)nly ISM rr k_. Cell

the Point left with 0 rodicl ef a._ : r Flalnttftr mAltorne 27-4711 f.r Hi* .*rr<**. W owl W .wr ....ettt.)nf IIKMI.
.,.I as later'be f"
0Ifeel :
'N\...Ie eeo atistiO of .1It"a "rO tiStoiV.. the ostswotr' II' U*. Ma kVaexu*tCM FUrtdaOX. I HOPKINS It ST. JOHKI-'ntuIV1LLE. FLORIDA AM 7.1234rId.yOct.b.r
tlMoce
of J.... RI&k 14 (TrU U4.



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... I Tltvtvffle (PlorUa SterWUhrwate rUav, OcHkec U, 1H4

I for tile hdtaa River I II A given. -One person- was appointed the
son City
I Indian River Cily. Soulh Tifusville News I Garden dub was held last wedafternoon ,B astietttt preaMeat of the heal reader and ate showed contained the booklet

I Oct 14th, at Civic Aesodattoa. He shared i which maps,
and
UM Civic Center. The SojitSM. mi experiences aad picture i drawings of flap even
Hememaken* Club Meerb* IWo and Mrs. Lone I ber merttog was caaeeBad due porteer with the children onifc prayers of the Jewish, Christ.
Guests were: Mrs Jean Taylor to Uw biaricaDe vWtattoa.Mrs. recce* vacation in Norway, Ian and XiIIIemaItIII. They
The laden BHver City Homemakers' Mrs. Thomas L Taylor, Carl Jacksoo, proiidint, Swede* a d Laotod. These plan to share their findings with
CM (formerly Home Mrs. Linda B. Taylor, Mrs. celled the neetlag to order at ataderfi have been studying other groups of the School

Demo etraUue) met last TDM- H Ginay MiOsafw, Mrs. Mae Monroe 200: ,.DI. Each member re- theee eouatrtes> in the reading Scent News

day for Us regular meeting. I A Beurea.and Mrs. Charies Van petered their aa birthday they entered and anniversary by noting I ejasees. The regular tier weekly meeting

Foiowteg the opening i ceremoiiy date. Beautifully decorated The Sixth year stuednts to of Boy Scout Troop 310 wu
fee drat speaker who read was Brtwnie New Year Books were attribut I Edward Fine's classroom at (Continued On Page I)
Mrs. Lfltofl Karberg. Brownie Scoot Troop No. 1 eel The Officers' table was Coquina have completed a research -
club I
about a preet-
1ft article characterized that of Indian River City met toe its lovely with pink cloth and red project to enrich their
tent which doeiwffl first meeting last Tuesday afternoon Ubfens. Other tables bad lace i social studies unit on three Religions
I wteiever the president at the borne of Mrs. Norman cloths and beautiful flower ar I\ of the World. After each .1
crWzed by someone, .
be : Thomas, Ellis Circle, their rangements.. !student made an independent research
t inch If human nature. leader Mrs. Carol t Cowlin, assistant Mrs. Jackson/ said she would study on a religion, they I .

},[n. Mary Slab), secretary leader, told the girls the like the theme for the year to combined their findings into
read the minutes! of the last story about the Brownie name I be "Beautification: and Trees" I three reports.
meeting and the Executive: and what is expected of Scouts. I I and she asked each member to

; Board mee A budget let The following girls were present plant a tree somewhere in their Most Spectacular Event of Uu Smttnl' ,
If by this boa d was approved : Debra DiGristine. Diane yard during this year. !
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and adopted. It was with regret yaw EteGrisUne, Lynn Kolkwch She also gave a talk on Or.
that the resignation of Wynelle Don, Lisa Thomas chid Culture as she had Just I
!JioyfO'lleadl'S
Mn. Pat Canzano, ai treasurer, Patti Cowlin, Kathy Burkhardt, recently visited the Orchid Otter
was accepted due to 111.health. HINTS FOR HOMEMAKZRS-Mem- Florence Strom vice-president; Mrs. Karen Sue Hosier, Deborah I in Orlando. She gave pamphlets : :.. .
\, Chairman Catherine Hellpen- bers of the Indian River City Home- Sue B. Young Home Demonstration Hanson Tract Ford Patricia I to each on "How to Grow :
stall, of the Home Grounds committee makers' Club heard hints on shoppingfor Agent; Brom Crabtree, head of the Ann Philips, Karen Cheney, and Care for Orchids", with a
read an article on men and outline of the general Men's Department at Belk-Ldndsey, Karen Brewer and Debbie Ben miniature orchid attached. asenacIIOE..
f Tilings to do in your gardenOW program of workshops, etc. at their guest speaker and Mrs. Lillian Karberg. der. Numbers were drawn for a
>, and what flowers to meeting on Tuesday. Taking part in mystery plant which was an
plant" Chairman Ethel Cur Workshop Orchid tree, with Mrs. Glen
the program were, left to right: Mrs. SHOW%
rey of the Home Arts Committee A Homemakers' Workshop Richmond as the winner.
demonstrated and explained was held Wednesday at the Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. Edward
bowls and other accessories home of Mrs. Ethel Currey, 244 Martin served delicious
made plastic crystals. She Swift Avenue, when she demonstrated fruit punch and cake at the MnesViY oedwsti iossr OCT. 14 18
also\ announced that an extra making plastic crystal close of the meeting.
workshop would be held at the j dishes, bord'ouvrees trays and FREE ADMISSION e 2PJL-10FJ.MHY Free Partij
borne of Mrs. Wterenga, 1255 birdcages. She demonstrated Back Te IndianaMr.
Kingston Avenue on Oct. 23 on the method of coloring crystals and Mrs. Glen L. Easton JAI ALAI FRONTON

'lrt-<'hem Uquld Embroidery baking and shaping of free from South Bend, LuL, parentsof
Mrs. Sue B. Young announced 4'y formed dishes. Mn. William Chrelst of 325 U. S. 92 -SKS" DAYTONA BEACH

a series of workshops at the J t wr Ann Workman showed and ex- Stuart Ave., recently visited ,....v. ,..,... ---
Agricultural Center Cocoa on >"y plalned bow to make wax roses i their daughter and her family. EXCITINGEEXHIBITS
FREE COOKING SCHOOL '
October Itth, the first of Christmas 10 be used in decorating candles I Several trips to various tourist V ft
/ 4DATSiWB> ilea SAT.I&$4.
workshops; November 2 for Christmas and other gala oc attractions on the West Coast y IOA.M.DAlLYueAY..M, bd.OwN.al
for "Gift Ideas': on November casions. I and South Florida were enjoy V. ....... _'-alltlhle.. MODEL HOMES
Ith "Seafood School": November Present were: Eunlc Thomas, ed. They left by bus Wednesday .d nfAt t ;:: pies
> 23 "Tree Skirts, snowmen" Vita Pritchard Arlene Braun rut uuwtt mow
to return to South Bend. le raEl eAAr AMAtMt
on December 7 "Other Christmas w $ d Barbara Doris ""d Aa.P.IUeAr'to AM
Upton, Hagood, IIG..ClOOl.Il" .
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ember 18th "Decorating Christmas llaUpenstell, Doris Hoover and Countries BRING THE FAMILYI'I!
Trees." All these workshops 9 E ; Mrs. Muriel Graham. The third year classes of Miss
will be from 10:00: a.m. r-w O.7PODAYTONAIQUOWNenwNt rNA-AhYIuMSM i
Christine Cambetes and Mrs.
tin 12:00: noon but work mightbe 1 Garden Club Meeting Evelyn McGlone of Coquina __JHI PHOJ CUll Of 1M YTOHA 1lA0f AV.lhllI ..
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done in the afternoon also. Tie first
meeting of the sea- Elementary School recently en-
)fn. Young also\ announced that
there would be a Council ofJlomemaken'


October The Plans 29th.: for Clubs the Meeting December on I Whispering Hills

meeting, as announced by Mrs. TEEN TOWN DIRECTORS Teenagers (president), Joyce Bartlett, Kathy Bos,
Young, would tentatively be exhibits on the board of Teen Town Club, Kathy Schmidt, Linda Comparato
Under
I and Open (louse Mrs which helps the adult board of directors (treasurer), Rusty Barnhill, Preston Now
Young then called for any suggestions by governing the members, is Grimm and Mark Wlngersahn. M nagementl
for next year's pro. New
.,-am. At the conclusion of composed of, left to right: Greg Harris,

Mrs. Young's address, refreshments Country Club e- 'w
were served by the hostesses ance. Dianthe Pirtle Florence I Workman Annie Wierenga,
Ann Workman and Untie At the conclusion of his talk I Strom Eunice Thomcs, AM I Juanita Pritchard BarbaraINSURANCE
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Wierenga. Mrs. Strom demonstrated some """w"
Following lunch, Mrs Lillian of the things to make construction '
Karberg introduced the guest of men's shirts castor
speaker, Brom Crabtree who I She then showed how to make
t gave an interesting and Informative ,, the more fashionable narrow ? f Z PRE3EIIRN6 2
talk on "Shopping for tie out of a wide one.
.I l the Men in your Life." The I Members present were: Mrs.t 't f COT TOO MUCH? SHOWS .: SHOWS
theme of his talk was thamanufacturers : Eva Bobo, Mary Boggs, Irene NITELY '::. NITELY
catered to the I Boshoff, Mary Burns Ethel COT TOO LITTLE? ""
whims and wishes of the purchasing ., Currey, Jennie Gentile
i public and thus had to, Muriel Graham, Catherine NEED ADVICE?
supply the kind and style the Hellpcnstcll, Doris Hoover, Lfl DANCING ENTERA1NMENT NIGHTLY
customers wanted. lie dealt Hap Karberg, Thelma Rowell,

with. changes In men's Mary Slaby, Mildred Watson, sa us NOW 'O ....."... ......,.,....,. '
fashions over the years telling f't'. "
of the present trend in the length : :
THE DORIS LAMP SHOP r
of men's trousers and colorful
Jackets, with the Intent mostly Lamp Stylittt _
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TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY A. M.
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DEMOCRAT JAM SESSION SUNDAY 3.9


1. Born at Waldo. Florida, Jig (2-

x 2. Majored la Political Science at George Washington of The four Kentooes are a grout their best bits I It playing! the PKG. STORE OPEN 'TIL 2 AM
personable
D. C entertainers theme songs of (and sounding
University. Washington.
with plent of musical and like) the big.bandleaders like
3. Gradual of Loyola Law School. Lot Angles. California. comedy material all of which Clyde Mccoy Benny Goodman -
they throw at you In a wholesome Glens Gray and many OPEN 7 DAYS
/ Twelve years active naval service. Including World rollicking way. Their others. Bole I It particularly *
War II and the Korean War. act .is a refreshing one and good in this bit imitating$ Harry .
5. Service as a legal assistant la the office of the Attorney their repertoire loaded withfresh James McCoy and The
California. stuff not the stale gags King himself AI llirt.
1\ General of and gimmicks to many of the They also do a hilarious
I .. Successful aUorney at law la Brevard County. Florida. present day units of their takeoff on television show DINING ROOM AVAILABLEFOR
for seven ((7)) type have to offer and their Interpretation of
1 years. $ ONLY
lANQUITS CLUB PARTI
They Kentonea art made up Wyatt
Earn make the
7. Former Chairman of the Erected County Democratla ef Frank Kent who plays afi rock with fuaghter' This Joint one
Executive Commute. the reedf and electric ban; Zadeh. a natural comedian,
CALL HERMAN M7-8M1
Hank !tole. good on trumpet shines mugging and
L bass guitar and banjo- Nick dn.I standout.
lEADERSHIP ABILITY INTEGRITYElect Pared pianist accordionist.
The Kentnne are dOWDoflaht
AWARDED JACKET. Bruce and Bart Zadeh drum, bau funny, to sum it up, and
j and sax With these Instrument Open To The Public
Green eight year old son the caadldat who la best qualified by experience and *, the boys play one big people their antic were still as they laughing walked at
of Mr and Mri. John Greco training to represent you la Talhhaaeee. bunch of musk, and one ol out of the Kaibah.
f.f ports the jacket he won In M for fcy lut DwBMntM Kxtevtlv: Cot_

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Oct. 17 will be the above clarinet Mike Clark trumpet and Florida. iu ltBita
Saturday tit at IS.tb..outh.at nt OKATHRIUOBOTDIVIilON enraerot CITY ....,........ .......... ,.
musicians. Comprising the Tour Hits Bobby Hager-Saxophone.
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SPECIAL SALELIQUID BrushTopr2 SPOT TABLESFISHING
OF BEAUTY REMOVER r:.

CADETTES CELEBRATE BIRTH Collins, Susan Johnson, EUouise James;

DAY-Cadette Girl Scout Troop 130, second row Patty Michalek, Jean :: l 5 .515 m..e54 Malr 5f I 5w%.

e: sponsored by the Indian River City Wise, Leslie Harper, Ginny Woods, HUMECTANT CREAM '''14" : or29' ... 11't4 .... -

Methodist Church, celebrated their Lynn Holt; top row-Mrs. Alice James -'i .... .m 1..1754C

:: first birthday Tuesday, Oct. 13, with aCandleLight (leader), Christine Wood, Debbie Stell- 1r1=i am..s 1.00 SOO lOW SUIItEG .*m> wa awia ewe M 1./10
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*en flown over the United Cubmaster, were" visitors at thli ICUAKSINO 5 PILLOWS
I.R.C. NEWS i iContinuod !;tat.el1D its history. A replica meeting The closing ceremony I CHUM 1 ; $IS055SSSpU5a .

rf the Betsy Boss Flag was displayed. was in charge of Ed Freeman I IPau rRCSHCNCI torn HOt not with ISS.fM.St ......... .....

: From Pago I ] The correct way to and the Gator Patrol ow an$ ... .-....% yawIII.d.M1.5a,
demonstratedy tar ba 15Ym
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, ,. held at the Civic Center last I Joe Ferguson and Rhett Card Of ThanksI W.wnr ttui MT alt 5 pl.... ::=... '= 9c a
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: Tuesday evening. :Murphy. .., 1
ceremony was in charge of Jerry The Board of Review planned wish to thank my man, ,g 17.

: Champion and Roy Malott, :lor Tuesday evening had to be friends for their prayers, card 1555

4 Troop Officers. i,postponed due to the men on the and visits while I was in UK ''' 53.48Yalu 299
: Each patrol had been assigned rroop Committee being unableto hospital and convalescing at TACKLE

a demonstration on some attend. The Camping Trip home. I I
: Scouting skill. The T.Bird Patrol originally planned for this next DEPT. SPECIALS! :

S led by David Webber, chose week-end has also been set for May God bless each of you SWIHG TOP

"J Iots" for Its demonstration. a later date, since so many of Higdnn Bevil CASTING OUTFIT
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: Joe Kyle, demonstrated some week. Troop 310 has been assigned ...... d II p..1, of
physical fitness skills: pushups to demonstrate Rope- ...._ ko. ,Of .- lUO 21?
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Capacity Crowd Of Near 5,000 ; Terriers Ailing, 'Monsler- Man'



I Expected For Third Home Game An Interview With Slim PickinsIt Hardin On Injury Doubtful List


Terriers 01 Titusville Rig I h era who are injured especially

Another capacity crowd Is expected lis starting to make their bid allover took nearlr three days to contact Slim PlckilUl. He still formal Jnlervlew. School are II near ready fat finding an alternate with enough

to Jam.pack Draa Field again for the 'countt lives down on the River bottom. Our main problem wu getting We thought It appropriate for this game.I the Melbourne Bulldogs as tile experience. Some have the abilIty .

tonight for the Titusville-M e 1 I. championship. Last year, t h e Y through the Jin s. About the only type of communications available fib let thLs. Luull: for Dog coach (John Gaines) to throw Beatles are for Carnegie Hail but Jack experience
bourne clash 8 retired the coveted Canaveral In his part of the county Is the ole Campbell pork and beans fv'thlng at them othet Dogs (Melbourne Bulldogs) enkludln the Of an times to meet the defending "Since the two teams" are lair-
at p.m. Cup by winning the Utle three cans, tied together with balling wire ketchen pot bellied stove, the oven, a few chickens, toss in a county champions for ly evenly matched, he continued
Titusville, a three touchdown in a row, and now must the past lour years, the Terriers "It will still be tough (or
years Alexander, Graham hasn't braved the swamps to erect telephone couple of sows, Jlawgs, and probl the entire farm U he can glt .
would have to schedule Melbourne TltusvWe, because we
underdog, has not defeated the win another three consecutive lines Besides, I doubt II Slim would Jet him. He hates this them inside the Beld.without durlylng up the terl." hard time always.
have
FrIday night when TI.tusvllle a winning, despite
in
Bulldogs many years. years to retire It again. Lack of automation, and them Terriers but twice times
Coach John Gaines, Terrier age progress telephone lines. .A1nt' gOt to see Dogs ( ) play again will have some bow well our team II and
Ing two essentials, weight and Newcomers probably don't remember Slim Plcklns. this and Is to haIl to hustle to win to beat them
head mentor, will probably rely speed except In the backfield, He' the year" they. pan 01 its first stringers sitting on how bad Melbourne's seems ro
on another passing attack to offensively dawgs the sidelines.
spark the Titusville the this Bulldogs have with their compensated "WeU sUm:' WI! asked, "do you think the Terriers will make Melbourne, playing It smart be.Gaines said this week' practice -

group. It proved successful handicap spirited any touchdowns:' and not scheduling their intra- sessions have not Included
and
drives
against Lyman last week, how to their coach courage Bub,KoonU according: I "Crackdowns," yes, those infernal people have been on our county games until the last haIl anything extremely different
ever as did the Terriers run property nigh on for the past three years, trying to find that 01 the season, Is yet ro meet a with the exception 01 the Tarriers .
} sung! game. Their big punch is Big Glenn Brevard County team; They making a slight defensive

f Even II playing on their home Hollsman, 200'pound fullback still""No. we said.."Not crackdowns Slim, touchdowns. You know. have not met face! to face with change to compensate for Mel.
an al1-county athlete, packing When any member 01 the "blg six.. bourne's unbalanced Jine. Monday -
field, the someone scores
Bulldogs always seem
plenty of Speed and power Halfbacks -
to come through at the last min Dwight Reeves and Terry ,w "Ves, there' scores 01 them out here. In tact they scored was spent on defense, while

use Marlnshaw with Jim GUllam on me about three tln'les. It tuk them two years to find one 01 my on dominated Tuesday, offensive practice Gaines

The Terriers with one county and Garry Hancock all provide fdhi stills, they scored all rat Tore up three big mesh churns." u worked the squad Wednesday on their kick.

victory over Cocoa Beach and a speed In the backfield giving "Slim, we're not talking about your moonshine stills we're log game and Thursday both
loss to Cocoa are still In the Melbourne a wen-balanced at- Just asking, Y9U1' opinion or' how the game will turn out?" offensive and defensive plans :
running for the Brevard County tack. Melbourne's line about the i "Naw, th onion crop! was drowned when that hurrycane were reviewed. '
aarM Mglw area tiat thew" ",
As far as Titusville making
"Say boy, I thought you wanted to know something about the any drastic changes in their of-
fellow' who about eight years ago used to come to town once a game? tense, It Is unknown. Gaines did
wdeL write his sports predictions Into a story form, under the "Ves sUm, that's what we're trying to find out. Go ahead." say the Terriers would use their

beading of "Slim Plcklns," by Slim Pickins Truthfully, they "WaU, them Bulldogs has some gud backs. Specially their reliable wing formations but
were slim. But occasionally they appeared in the Star.Adovcatelfa foulback and hallback. They's got a field private (quarterback) did not comment whether any
.filler Wu needed whose can toss the bawl They's gud alround." thing new was added Last week

Ole Sllm.now Is' getting up in years, 80 he said. lIe informed "One&1 abe," Slim said, "you goof up II ya take the home the Terriers had good success
us he's greyhladed. team!' with their old standby "T" and

Fans have to overlook the way Slim Plcklns' talks. For us "Va Inow alt \fudl'd' lye to yah ,Am batUn' near 11,000 rat will probably revert back to the

he's nearly Impossible to understand, because' he's an EnglishCagttn now, and II yet pauumnsays( the pawgs (Terriers) are pan to same again tonight ITltusvine.

I brought Florida while only I small boy, raised by a win. yer're, wro i." .1 r Injuries. again are plaguIng
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group 01 .cherokees' after his parents, of Russlan-German-Irtibita4an !'I says the final score is gwIn to be 20.13, in them Bulldawgstavern. During practice Tuesday -
received bad
BW Hardin
I rigln decided he w8lln't worth keeping, ran off and )Jell ." a
cleat wound which could limit
: hln., Jle still claims, to be fun fledged Florida English Cagun .Thlnu stop 'your professional opinion Slim." Bill Hardin his offensive action tonight Har"

ChampIonship. None of the "blg same size' as TUusvp'le', baa Cracker Occeslonally+, he mixes a little bulla bulls hoe wash, "Naw, naught going to have any onions at aU:' he said "I din bas been leading Tltuville'

51x" have played over two senior Larry McClave and Ray mb.hoona, with hIs talking 80 you'lJ Just have to excuse this in- told ya, the cane gotlem.I However In fourth this place.year,By they'restill scheduling defense since the season start- I

county games. Melbourne has Platt as two top Bulldog Une the toward ed. The Terriers are also with-
county
two losses. The wins were over men McClave weighS 177 aD 4 I Devils the latter part of games the football out the services of Barry Gouge,
Winless Gibson Blue
Melbourne Centr.t Cat"'"l alternate senior halfback cI
Platt 183. But, they also have season, they have the opportunIty a n
tort Pierce Dan Don 190 pound guard.
McCarty Bernie LIford, 15poundoph.- of scouting each of the six Toney
while Orlando Boone and Edge omore along with center. D a I teams at least two times. Both boys were Injured in prevf [
water have dealt the Bulldogs Knapp, t63-poundr bus games. Charlie Griffin [
defeaU. TllusvIJle, still nursing wounds Hardin, Howard Baln and
Quarterback'slotwUI' probmy Play DeLand Here Saturday from broken collar bones to
Elchert have been
be Jeff George plac-
Melbourne fighting desperate. run by Vaughn or Jerry sprained ankles, and carrying a
ed on the doubtful list. Griffin
to 18 letI
Iy replace graduating Noland. Both boys are ex
record of 2-1-1, might not be
Is still having difficulty with an
termen from the 83
I gone squad, perlenced.
.. re +we r Clbson' lighting blue Devils the I formation and It seems to weeks ready for after Melbourne football season until three has Infected ankle, while Baln has

f staged a regulation intra-squad give us n little added offensive ended, giving adequate time for (C'ntlnued On Page 11))
punch, .along with our regular
scrimmage under the lights at all injuries to heaL
Drat 'lellf, Wednesday night III wlng-t formation. According to Coach Job n

; I final preparajlon (or (heir thlrp With neglnald Brown, s t I III J Gaines, in his third year as
i of seasoii operating .at quarterback, no Terrier bead coach, "We're not ..
home the
game
doubt, the Blue Devils will con giving up, just because we have
6 su against Southwestern 01 DeLapd tine to throw the ball as they some Injuries. It's difficult to I I, I ;

Saturday evening at 8 p,nt 4f''r have done the past four games. replace some of the first string-

The game will be played 'Ola

Draa Field

Gibson Coach Mac Clayton, in

his lint year as head coach of
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1 tit 4 very pleased with the under-the-

lights Wednesday scrimmage \

'We found out we had a cou.I Sen.60d'4fae1\

'' V tla pie of boys who could carry the Bud\ Not\ \ tod\aoapO\\a Nn ,,, ,, o1.. so-

r bail U they're given some good 1 ,
I blocking," ClaYton said. Editorial of rho ..... ale vial taxletten... to1 GolbeuevesF
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Unable to reach the win col 'u0'Ipeech ..,..".,.,,,, : ?BTbls\ aduo1..U as n .,U atoP
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in four
omit outings, Clayton I a V ylube fpmm tpeY din
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said fhq boys are finally gain- It 1m we
preddentlilbY ..ostWcheSe'' \::teclat us .. ..
confidence which t ;. hem and .h0oneesslon .
ing some ".. b iealan did .. "
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should start.to show this weekend 1. j0m Wllltot to ...., \ \ \
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against DeLand. dative de hpvea .
e1natatle BaY \t Blllle
sot
r The lull scrimmage Wednesday 'Thtt D c'I\ ""
L rel\ded jina bthe. men ::I byi4
--- night was played under ac- dos "' ebbs eon and tgohbt Brit
tual game conditions lour full +coverbeet.-e' SOl E+te/1d besot mY luod
MELBOURNE ACES-Pictured above are KehBroadway 177 pound senior tackle and wm be used at that quarters with the team evenly { \aat.n\datn John+On al

left and Larry McClave, Broadway position on both offense and defense. Both boys let divided In two units a "Go" freedom Ftid11 Casuoldwaurt Ylhidatm old terl. .
170 pound senior' Is one of Brevard finest uard.i tl'red last year and will serve as Co-Captain for the team and a Blue team. aced" \bYnot Detnocrat\C senalOr adtn\n\Itra'1411 daBut! oni ..p1Wt Clatic .all."

and will playa linebacker on defense McClave Is a Gt Melbourne Bulldogs Although the score ended 19- '''Ib\1 ..ScY, tw ..pds D t new' records toettonbne of
13 with the "Go" team winning, lleelorcet ; madPulaluwllltbel

tHis Over 500 Miles Per Hour the coaching stall figures the Castro..ndcu bpo aC dtcutor mu' \.Wcdun .ad 1' an uacedmeeic+n
eotnbat of o9e the Amnutodsde
9th Southwest'7th experience received by the players .. with ....tedp sewn \0Ie to
Plays .. "";' sa lilked Conteto \
was the most Important factor dull \d"a\ct\ t censored .:; \ ;

But Winds In Salt Pond accomplished to lnetae not. Sena PeUlury:oiteedUoo: : di.. to
Up BO"gut :
Randy Scott who bas broken D11noCta:'::4a: dentist jUita. t bara"tnent

Utah (AP) "What a way- to Breedlove'l Spirit of America Is & 8th Are Idle away runs on 01 two different over IiO touchdown yards .:.. ..."" 'a { to the. Pdvatipplnt: p"dto G'"''tart
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die; CraIg Breedlove thought the fastest land vehicle on this season, caught another aer CUban fa\\ '" \ .
as his Jet-powered car headed wheels and he's the fastest driver lal from quarterback William tile and t0 :f dwata' '''Ib\S\ Demo' wedad "' "
for a crash after reaching a on wbeeLs.Lanoue. Ninth Grade Pirates of Parkway I balanced running game the N. Lewis during the second hall or i admtdetra, .atJ. ..ecur.'
tie
speed of 539.1 miles per hour. Junior High travel to Edge I rates, with quarterbacks .Phil the scrimmage for the game' fntguc not V.lon .?: the NATO tioa :tm: r.,d ltomiC Errerq d0m
awl
of Merritt Is- Edwards and Joe ; .
But he dIdn't die, lie wasn't waleI' Junior IIIgh Kyle running longest touchdown l. ;: hat moved
even hurt land 'Sallitda night while the,the I two units, are expected to Coach Clayton said t b e \ c .a d1DY the.. 195t prld ItY pu
Bas car finally slowed down [ Tied For Sevtllth and Eighth Grades are !I continue their passing efforts,:a scrimmage proved one thing, iii Senpttd"_\d"a\er\,_ : ;ad:\:m..... ..Atuida ..
Idle. I key to the 28-7 victory overSouthwest. the Is beginning to use .But'not .. .. the
and nosed Into a salt water pool squad ...... to ... GoldwatetlIdIY
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on the western Utah salt flats First In Sharp AU three teams have won I Ii Playing fullback fur teamwork. Also their timing is wfhls. Gesmaw: ... -.rl".t: : :. ......
Tbursday. their season openers the two squads are Tom Hawk improving and the ability is be- t.: the BLit uta ed ......tlonhdl eud .,

"I'm aU right baby, what's The Ninth Grade, coached by I and Kenny Griffis and Wayne ginning to show don d .....tin aea 1d "TDb...braced the-cane M'.
the speed!" Club Tournament Jack Boone, Bill Terry and Earl. : Bingham, while the halfbacks "SInce the season began we tmprls.?, who attempt u m...cy0uledb1Y Ametlc t
Those were his words to the'first Puff II favored to win the Junks !are Pete Evans, Ronnie NestoD, have bad problems with timing moldered Goldblited a0 sY Is Soc.to .
person who reached him AI Lanoue noted in North High County Championship i Keith Scraggs, Ron Clover, and on our offensive unit W're escape. genatot l wh ich ... FabUs t:
.
for.the third straight year While Lamar occasionally lOW to adtn\n\Ilra\\O" .. ieterPpGtt/1 B bolo odmcdkaBut
after he climbed out of his car Brevard as one of the finest I Day changing \ tt irj
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and got to dry land fast-pltcb softball pitchers. ill Seventh and Eighth graders, I -- 1'bl1 .to ." heltx'd 1 Pot bBsu ............ ad.
tetlthe
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His speed was 539.90 m.p.h. on this IIrt" ''s 11f'd wtth two tbma same team completed two I corntnunlr'tovernpitt....ldaPxB...meat .airs..... GoldW
football, basketball and track .. ldmldtufnee .
that run.During. men for first place la the I s ...' OU;Ulehi .. .. ..
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hIs first run he was t'hampwn!\hip Flight of the seawns atilt only CIne lOllS. ", B.... .. GmlcdAra Ns: tacked ., Pad m ti.
clocked at 1113.33. The Sam Snead Ail-American Club After lluccesafully 'Innlng soot lot Seoatot ; .. ,
average their ..... .. \: j.....ntn, ...
speed, which goes down in the Championship at Sharpes. first came over Southwest @ tstarawat ......u Deb todiuP tton c.. .. ta1<<" tintOt the Kddoro
books as the record, was 1i2tem.p.h. l.Inoue, shot a 117 this week J It of Melbourne using a financof attn..and.Red 7.. .r. pce.."n.'.. the e+nt .
and tied with Chick strong passing attack and a .. -
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The 28-year-old Californian and Henry leininger '01 DN,,... : :. nv .. Ztnai; ... ... ..la
thus became the first man to Cocoa. _! autolronteat of the Buts < edmts dead
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drive a car over 500 m.p.h. Paul Houston, also Qf TltJ80ille \ VOLKSWAGEN TRUSSESAatlrerlad ? .. Daman tutted .4
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By TED SMITS School I swimming team has collected 24 the qualifying rounds of the i for the United States on the merL Wlgger scored 597 of a ..u'l. W4. *
Associated Press Sports Editor' She swept to a world record medals, including 11 gold. women's 100-meter dash Thursday program of five track and field possible HO and Pool 5$. "J'tI." "10.110.. ii i A.... sal. h .....

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Glendora. Calif, smashed an. notched her second guM medal who had been bothered by a I at Tennessee Mate Edith McGuire lift in shooting. world record-holder Peter Snell AU. CLAIMiriBO* AM Kuettner. MT-14S1. Tituevllle.
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third Olympic medal and a winning relay teem, became before winning the 400-meter' Those four victories, along from Carter, Mont, took secondin ers, defending champion Josef *_m4 SliubltpliMi t>l led the United States forces only the second woman to break hurdles in 41(. with some surprise help from a the email bore rifle Schmidt of Poland in the triple Avilltbl 01 MaulTI.
through another day of highly M seconds in the 100-meter He couMnt find his footing on 1 couple of American marksmen prone Jump and Mlhalla PenH of It&l'-\"' Ml. rw.rviIk CAMPER: REASONABLE. See

productive competition in the freestyle when she finished the first seven hurdles, then I increased the total U.S. medal position and Pool, a captain Romania In the women's Javel. )*,.*,tlDf prlvtlw a t v.( rvtiln.dvtrtlMinulwklck ( or r.- at Kelly't second Block house plant north Mimi.of

Olympic Games FrIday. second to Australia's incomparable finally found his form and I collection to 42, II cold U diver from Groom, Tex, was third in. The United States was It dm ,W.utloaabtesad .. '-
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leads with 42 111 gold, 11 silver relay team. While the track and field and eight; COME SEE AND IIEAR II on k.toonmot Ilikl far'IMTU ear .rro*.,, will r* Clone In Titusvule. 267-2210.

and 12 bronze. Russia has 17t The men's 400-Meter medley swimming teams moved merrily Both however, had a scare in *4vrtl..nt. I* a rrlrt a. BABYSITTING IN my borne.
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tonight in their first Brevard the end than it was at the T-CRAtT, fiberglass boat, month d Julia Street

If THE ASSOCIATED PRESS County "big six" match, while start," Gibson said. "The pitch CITIZENS BANK 35 hp Mercury motor, Pelleia -

Cross City 10, Chlefland 0 Satellite\ still over balancing the es the Yanks hit for homers in trailer, complete withwlivtahleM APARTMENT OR trailer
and top, $450. Cell Weekly or monthly rates, ad
Lake Butler 47, Greenville 0 win column with three victoriesand the ninth Inning were good fast 267\ -"43. oils only, 504 Gerdea.
Branford 7, Jennings 6 no losses plays host to one balls."

Coral Gables 34, Pompano of the strongest teams in t h e The Cards had a 7-1 lead with UNFURNISHED t bedroom
J' Beach 7 Central Florida Metro Conference one out in the ninth. Building & Const. swimming pool yard ears,

North Miami 7, Fort Laudar- Orlando Evans. Satellite, Then Clete Boyer hammereda Savings AccountANY .to"o end)I,range Maton-Dtxle, refrige: :

Stranahan 7 the only team in Brevard with fast ball into the left field MDY CONSTRUCTION real Apartments. 267.Hit or 287

| Worth 7, Vero Beach I no losses, may have their hands bleachers. Gibson fanned pinch- dentlata, commercltl and repodeUAf. 21D3.

: Colonial 21, Orlando full as a heavier stronger and hitter John Blanchard-to expand ( 111) 12 gears I In Tltuarllle. -.
Ueetend and bonded.Phone MODERN air conditioned fur.
Moore 7 possibly faster Evans team In on a Series strikeout AM 1-KM. Dlahed apartments, two broom U
vades. I' record that had stood for 61
available la River liar
Ida1e Cocoa, in the first place tie In years-but Phil lAna, usually a CAN den and Creatwood Apartments -
TerriersContinued the six" light hitter smashed anotherfast DO FOR YOU! BusinessOpportunities Sydney SchwarU. 1H1
with Satellite!
"big ball to left for the Inning's 8. Hopkins. 287 '100.
starts what will probably Inaugurate
( From Page II) a stronger rivalry than second homer, FURNISHED: Apt.. I adult,
utilitefurniahed. Near Or
exists between Eau Gal.
FOR LEASE In Immediate!
twisted ankle. Elchert missed lamlo. Utllltle. $M
a per
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", lie and Melbourne, as they meet area, eieellent service station 287.M37
month.
three this week be- Games
L practices the Minutemen of Cocoa Beach high iillonafe. good !lGotaliOll. -
{ of flu. Excellent terms Inquire MMIRCIAL
cause The UllOINO
Tigers, with two wins and
The rest of TltusTille's team, p. 0. fox MOi, Mel
fihould be In good slape. David two losses over all and two victories bourne.iw FOR RENT or bash stare;

Ward, is expected to return in the county without a Tonight apace, 20 i 80 ft, or suitable
I healed enough to carry defeat, have an opportunity to I-Per TU C% per rear INTEREST and jour funds are alwiravallabl for office. Located Magnolia
partially
control of the Plata, 1125 monthly 267121.DUPtlX .
gain intra-county *. run naovrr trtvn-r Oh.
| the ball on occasions. Line-
JUDICIAL
conference this weekend. I Melbourne at Titusville IUIT NINTH PIMR.IDAJNtIN -. fOH MINT
I men Don Stansell, Vito Glar. or TNe eTAT or
Eau Gable\ plagued with injuries Cocoa Beach at Cocoa AND 1'0" KVAfU
Irusso, :Mike Stebick. Bill McBride the I Establish your credit for e low COlt auto tae er 'IkataUmeejloan I BEDROOM, com
same problem Orlando CR4/01tIlU
Evans at Satellite
Bob Grissom, Larry Zimmerman hampering the Titusville Terriers Beach for any worhwhlle purpose. belles wo.>> .or tease ISIS00ANQS dilloned, Jazolia: Street,
Edwards, Bill\ '100.
Tommy BftBVAMD PLUM-UNO'
Burrell and a team that's yet to P.K. Younge at Eau GallieOsrcola \ AND HAATINO COMrAMT s
Woodward and Kenny develop Its potential in full, entertains at DeLand I-Offer yu the convenience of a Personal Checking AeeouCHe nrt44 rtrMln.! NEW I BEDROOM: duple *Partment .
slated for action. The Terriers
are Tlataut tarnished, alreoa
P.K. Younge. The Commodores Apopka at Leesburg minimum balance required
will be running Charlie are the only team Orlando Boone at Sanford MIttp IIOMas Bt7ItrtJ eutlooed Mime area, C.1I117.
Huggins at quarterback; Wardat COKPOIUTIrtN C. WILL- 03111 after I p.m.
halfback; Glenn Long at fullback among the county's big schools Lakeview at Orlando Oak Ridge Prorlde. you wltk the security of a Safe Deposit Sow fe e ey| lArs CONSTRUCTION, COM- t
still searching for a victory. Orlando Colonial at Bishop 'UO PANT, I BEDROOM, beta central
; Hardin, Bath Gary Hartor Titusville ranking third In Moore a year WOTIC le HBMBfcT 0"0 OIVBNB.t and not t. tsoge, high and

Eichert at right halfback. standings Is hurting again tonight Crystal River at Oviedo I, "1..ae.MnW. enllur dry, NEw .
S Make available to the and ., Tlrue I* Ckorr. Mii.fU I* e +
as four starting athletes Winter Park at Orlando Edge- -, you experience reeoureee PlnJ I****** **'*T4 n.l.* etk4r I BEDROOM, *
.W.', oldest end largest bank for flaaadU aeede. .' O See The will have to watch most of the water any Q your Ik. iWI,, dap *f If...", _, Nan*, Ito sod place, ed,
from the sidelines. .. close la. 267.7050.FURNISHED
game Char- t Ik* k wr f IIiM .liMk A. .
Star. AdvocateFor lie Griffin, 210 pound tackle, Bill M .k. RaM: rrnl DflCwirt .r ill
Saturday's GamesSouthwestern 11._ I* Tit...nM... ('...*.. two bedroom,
Hardln defensive specialist; DeLand at Titus .f ..*....., aon '>f n."
Your Don Toney 190 pound guard; ville GibsonMelbourne Ik n*....bill I* lawful 4 .kl. blest. tin, Vn-lot raise floor, tile bata aQ el
and halfback Howard Bain all Florida Air at Mel- h4 etto.ft.1 A" 1.f tk* al.lcwnos !. saran kitchen 1110. rboot2tlJ.07
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Printing have injuries. bourne Central Catholic ... ..
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Ann Landers I W are the ymutgeot btfik Hound? and we are jumping to make you a loan for *ay reasonable


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glad of it

Husbands Big Problem are fer those "who think youag."


We think you'll find it', refreshing to do busl- Our assets are ample to protect money you leave
Dear Ann Landers: I've been lie asked me how I would like

reading your column for a long to have a movle-type kiss. I was ness with us, because we are so full of youthful zip. with us, and you are also protected by that fine in.

time and have concluded that scared out of my wits and walked l\ And so free of rust and cobwebs surance by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
TiuHtandg seem to be the biggest as fast as I could to keep

problem. My formula may ahead of him. You'll find we'll welcome your deposits eagerly an agency of the U S. Government.

Old work for one other wife In I know his wife will call me

the whole world, but it work. again soon. I don't want to sit

ed for me and I'd like to share for them any more but what can PLAZA

it I say* Please rush your advice. INDIAN RIVER

Ten years ago my husband ALMOST FIFTEEN brevard national link STATE ROAD 50

began to get up at 5:30: a.m. to Dear Almost: Tell your mother

go 10 work lie wasn't due at at once. U she wants to Ala-

the plant until 7:30: a.m. and we cuss this with the man or his /a,. r CLICK/

lived within walking distance wife It's up to her, but

I couldn't figure it out. you should not be Involved. i/$ rrrY CHIP,00 YOU DO YOU THINK ITS' RIGHT fr 15 iFYOUIRE
One morning when he left the Obviously you can't sit for 5.Y; KNOW THOSE TO YaJ-TrllNOS LIKE OOIN03

house at dawn I followed him. these people again. And please HN,1 E NO TrUT AT STRANGERS? FAST ENOUGH #

lie went straight into the home don't discuss the Incident with IDdb HOODS! OFFf i iI

of a woman I knew well. I saw your friends. It could be harm

her through the dining room ful to the mother and her children "The trouble with you Is that you don't believe there w 1GUE55

window wearing a shabby, should be ANY candidates running for office!1" ) Q I

soiled bathrobe, hair a mess, the Dear Ann Landers: Should a

house plain filthy Glasses, mother spank a person the

dishes, ashtrays and bottles second time U the first time she @ 0 7
RapratantlngMutual
were strewn all over. Clothes spanks him he laughs?

.and papers were plied in corn i Thank you. I am from Toronto See The v

ers. Canada. Yours P (
truly. t


I That came evening home when for supper my husband I. C.C.Dear P.C.C. : A person who Star Advocate OF OMAHA \. :;; :! r

was waiting for him. I had fish. laughs when he gets spanked

ed out of the rag bag a filthy gives his mother the idea the ANN SYLVESTER W4M

which had is not For Your I
housecoat
one spanking accomplishing C HA60
EVEN IRMA/ DID YOU SEW UP YEAHI
been used as afloor mop. I anything that is a Joke. His // YOU HAVE TO ThAT SEAM IN M/ BAG* /, ,V YES ,9d yrrdl C IM READY

messed up my hair, swept tho mother then is inclined to give Printing Needs! SOLFWAITA CHECK WITH VOUR

kitchen garbage into the living him a second spanking which :-c SECOND. lit CHECK WIFE FIRST/

room and scattered papers and she hopes will not be so funny STARTS WITH IRMA
DIDYbtJSHINEMVCLUBS?
junk all over the place. And usually it isn't. a a .UI; SUNDAY 'y i

When my husband saw me Ann Landers will be glad to ': % i

and the house he almost col. help you with your problems. "'; 1 s I
i
lapsed. I greeted him cheerful Send them to her in care of this WANTEDBy UJ CI 1J. "1 rry t i

ly with, 'Dearest, why didn't newspaper enclosing a stamped i : t

you TELL me you like this sort self-addressed envelope.

nf thing?" Tltuivllla JaytaaiYaortfl /fAtlifll'I' d I

IN RII:: KMal. of 4
to defend
lie made no attempt Arthur K. II Iner.. ulna man af aetlan .. |join

himself.; He swore he had learned known. ...Arthur Kdmund and partlclpir In aur .rf an* ..."" e I
Roy Ion'
( his lesson and asked me to I
>uri< K TO tnr.DiTOK: liatlwv MacLalneIII 10.17
forgive him, All armlltnra of tha HUM of
Arthur E. R. Jones dootaaad. arahftrcbv III bit ,
:That 10 and I notified/ and naulred. lit REWARD IWBABERNATHYS.
was years ago file any claim or demands whirs IM1II /
have never had a minute's trouble they may haw aaralnut laid mata
I In inn offlu* of the County Junes
with( him since MORE of Hrovard County. Florida. In the fartlcipatlan ml1Cemtnunity I tier MR.ASERNATHY.WHYDONr'T 4J .
THAN ONE WAY TO SKIN A coiirlhoilMi. al Tltuavlll. Florida Davalaamant .. ANOTHERt BA LINTOTHE PLAY SAFE AND 60 AROUND THE NEVER GIVE UPt!
within ale! ealrndar monlha from
III"MtrIIn
POND! WATER HAZARD
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CAT the data of the tint publlratlon Cammvnlry .H.I,.
of thin nnUro. Etch. claim or da. WHAT DO1UU
Dear One* Some cats don't mind mU.l ... I. wrttlnt and mart >-latlal functions I v MEAN,
prate the plar or mlilnnco. and
need skinning. They Just need to poM-ofric nddraaa. of tha claimant eI.ll.wehipSFrl.ndehip I 11I11II C' 'PlAYSAFE'7d
be converted from Tom cats to and mum b* ."'0'* to by lh. r
..claimant sib ...nt, or hla attorney M ,
House cats. Congratulations on or It will become void aaoordlnc .
effecting the conversion. to law 4 AthlatU prat ram 1 ;: r 1'11dr'
Coluber Tth. 1M4.V >- '
Ddar Ann Landers: I will ben Laura Autuata Battaa f-Sarvlc* h humanity .. i
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years old in a few weeks. For Jones .DIM '
Laura Auiuata Battaa Jaata,
the past year I have been babysitting Ha.ulrlaR If you are between the .. '

in the neighborhood. I / John T. Baron .4 a* 21 and! M and want t* :: : !a]

have over $75 In the is bank.what I This am John KxacutrU T Baitin, p O., Attorney BolO IAS for 'help ,"'rI.l, and athara, 'b' , ; ro IL;

babysitting money Tltu.vlll., Florida don't mitt the chance t*
i going( to college on, so please do Oct I, 14. ?:8. 10 TIP AHEAD
not) tell me to stop. by (joining the mrJ. I DIx1T ILL BET MXI$20 I CAN SET WILL'IOUTAKEACHEt7T
Tltuivllla Jaycaaa.Maatlngi < THINKI'F A PATE WITH THE VERY t
,
Tho people I sit for almost MORTGAGESFHA THINK ItrfdowR! NEXT GIRLwHoeoMES YOUREALONG.

every Friday night are very avary Thuri. night YOOhaTH[
Conventional ON.e .
nice or I should say the lady .t 7)10, Cltltana Bank. SJIll1eutIJIAo&i )mtrj2ce: s CtpkATESTlAass'WORID'D' 4M aO
For Lower I
Ratal and
nice. Theman .... ..
, and the children are ,
LMI) S.rylceGeorg. Epoles SEEP I i
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got fresh with me last night MAN, JEH QD
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home. M. McCutchin This ad (*mpllmant4Kaal _.__ 'OooonI'Itr6Ut', FELLS
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when he was walking me MR.ADfRNATNYI
300 M.n."* Ph. 277121 1 Iniuranca Afancy rte
It was not my imagination, Ann. I ,
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(Continued from pit 11) For Sale Help Wanted aoo-LAKEVIEW: HlUi. This
For Sale For Sale' Help Wanted beautiful 3 bedroom. 9 full

For Rent bath home can! be yours for
NOTHING DOWN good used
portable and table model! TV's SEWING MACHINE repair, all FEMALE HELP WANTED FEMALE HUP WANTED lust $4M down with FHA
OLD NEWSPAPERS, suitable terms nothing down with
HOUSES FOR liNT malias. Phone awm
from. $40. New 1965 23 IncbTV' in packing and moving fura WANTED YOUNG lady 2228. LARGE MULTI-UNE insurance George VA terms It features West.

1 BEDROOM 1 balk Uric I required with by all FCC 82 channels 1'11.I11. TV as =rftoor flab, protect Help WantedMAN personable disc Jockey, ableto agency will hire lady with Auto laghoua silent "WWspalre"
living room dining room and LEW. Til Garden when meet public. Hftwa 'd Johnson's Fire and Home owners experi! Barley central heat and central air
Street TitusvlUe.
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kitchen. 118 Beverly St. paiattog etc. Big bundle IOc.Circulation AND wife to operate restaurant 261-7800. Mr. Howard. pace Top Salary I paid. Send condlUonlpg ducted to every
Titusville. $123; monthly, tali2675O53. 4pt. at Star- supply business in 11 a.m. to I rewnia to P. O. Box 1691.TltMviU Inc. room. The kitchen is complete
p.m.
CAMAS
4 and 5 ft. high, Advocate rear of building. this Small truck and *. Qualified applicantwill with a built-in range
$3. Large Aiileas, $1.25 each. area. Opportunity. to be contacted for Interview. REAL ESTATE and oven abundant cabin -
S BEDROOM, 1H bath stove 247-249 SMALL UPRIGHT PIANO advantage. ts and- counter stdbreakfast
buy in this buabMsa a des WOMEN 30 to 83
Reflnlshed and in excellent MODELLING CLASSES 1'tprice
drapee, $140
monthly, 267- area.
3771 HEAVY DOUBLE.,; folding playing condition. 267-8383. ired. Good prospects for live FILL your spare time and earn STARTING in a low $13,900 sod
doors $ ft. wide, 80"; high couple. Write Box IKS, Titus. money Work hours a day, Teenagers and adults. Make up.bftifstyltag $79 H monthly principal
TITUSVILLE. Ill Anna $30; 9 i 12 reversible oval I! BARGAIN HOUSE Ytlle Florida. 5 days a week. Salan $1 X and Job prepar interest and pays
mortgage
off old Dixie, I bedroom I.vei braided rug S2$. 2679281. I New and Used Furniture and PEMALI HILP WANTID to $1.50 per hour. See Oa. ation.Continued. 3 BEDROOM 1 Bath, Insurance. Buy now sodmove
bath, $14Q monthly. Phone I appliances We buy, trade and: Rep. Room 2, S1TH S. Washington on Titus Ave.. $13.100, In Immediately
267-4744 or NE2.2300.UNFURNISHED FURNITURE FOR sale, chestof leu. Refrigerators $25 and EXPERIENCED LEGAL .ec. Ave, 9-10 a m., Mon. ,
fenced In yard, built In
drawers, breakfast act I up guaranteed 2510 Hopkins retary, familiar with all day-Saturday ( On Next Page>>> -D-
I bedroom, 2 end tables, desk, bed box : Ave., Phone 267-4703. Open phases or legal work. 287-8869 electric range. $10-rOREST( HILLS large

tiled baths built in range and spring and mattress. 267-301.1 Friday night until 9. or :267-0610. INDIAN RIVER CITY.I new home ia fine location.
oven, carporte and utility CAN BE FINANCED WAITRESS WANTED must be Bedroom IV* bath. ) bedrooms, I full bath
room. (123 monthly. Phone GUNS I experienced, call after 11 Newly decorated and in family room. Wail to wallcarpet
Sptngler Investments. 267. 730 South Dixie FURNITURE DISCOUNTSALES. a.m., 267-247S. excellent: condition. throughout entire
1928 or 267-6927. Mattresses offered at horn. Fireplace and foyer
Old U. S.1 1 warehouse prices. See us today $11,993RENTALS Huge two car garage. Priced .
OFFICE FOR RENT till Garden St. Nldy at
Indian River Shopping Center. 2675733 or GOOD BUYS m.ooo.0
OFFICE AND Retail Sales or City 267.1926. '. SEVERAL: Excellent -
service apace, choice locations fiirnUhM an new buildings. 1 USED 17" portable Emerson BY LAKIN taped homes with low monthly" )
Sydney FINE WATCH and jewelry re (or rent ID p'y<
Schwartz, 1141 S. Hopkins, TV, $43. $10 down. $1.25 pairing. Jay Bee Jewelers THus\lll. meats? Theo eee this Hell
287-6100. weekly, use our easy pay Indian: River City, Indian River TWO TORY BRICK with 4 cared (or } bedroom t b.th
plan. Goodyear Service Store Plaza. bedrooms, I baths, separate I Fully air condition bom*. This completely fur-
ROOMS FOR RENT 315 South Hopkins, Titusville dining room, also family central heated I bedroom etched borne Includes TV
2673013. SOFT DRINK box 8 fL meat room. Central netting and : I I''> bath apis. En. set, air conditioner, refrigerator.
ATTRACTIVELY case, scale, meat grinder 267 cloned etc The total
FURNISHED, COMBINATION WAS II E R air conditioning. A suburban garage close In I priceIs
private bath TV close to dryer, excellent working 2272. home with all modern I'' shopping &. ichools. $133 a low $10.0no with $M 31
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con
Cape and downtown facilitiei dition. $125. 267-2669. conveniences. Well locatedon I month. monthly includes all.lotBRND .
1 USED, 21" Admiral consoleTV
Ideal for 2 gentlemen, beautiful lot with trees -D-
$73, $10 down, $2 week.
low weekly rate. 267-9389. GE!: ROLL about dishwasher. and on paved street. It's I
31211. NEW countryestate.
SLEEPING ROOM private entrance $30; Scooter $30. 267-8761. ly.Goodyear Use our Service easy Store pay plan.313 new it's spacious, and it : Air conditioned S

and bath 287-1361 ONE G.E. roll easy vacuum S. Hopkins, Titusville 287. must elated be seen to be appre 01' WUllint"ni: bedroom, 2 bard borne situated -

after 4pm.FURNISHED cleaner, one mail box and 3013. aktnzsitij on an. acre of Urn
Has double carport, large
ornamental stand COLONIAL
new one 4
ROOM for utility room and .1d.l-oct!
gentleman
private bath and refrigerator Spanish typewriter. 4 rattan MR. EXECUTIVE bedrooms and 2 baths, with "' : ; lawn. Priced at $11,100
MIMlr' ,
and wrought iron swivel barstools Coll "ienl Living
In family 49
big fireplace roomBeautiful
with mln. $
telephone 267-4493. all in good condition. : kitchen with: e of imo down

BOARD AND CARE for elderly AM 7-4327 before 9.30: a.m. or V't ACRE of cabinet space; built plenty .in : C list. ....- r-dM M e bawnr.../ ... lww., i iC Conventional tiotnclaf.D .

gentleman in private after 8.30: p.m. STREET TO STREET deluxe range refrigeratorto --.w t\IW..,.. P.m" III ':'". ord.'s.', -
borne 2678969. match dishwasher and r $448-2100 I""q. ft et living\
ELECTRIC SHAVER service on 4) 3 Bedroom 2 Bath disposal. ;Wall to wall car I"C ........... All ewMMM.,6 "..... Mm M raw' aw.M't1. .,' I IIIESS spice In this new ) bedroom

PRIVATE $12 for 1; $16 for all Indian makes.River Jay Plata.Bee Jewelers Inside Utility Room II petin room. Central .: e.4e 4n i j,. I bath home. Large
2. Phone 267-4741. Central Heat heating and air con.I )w.w "Gar.m 22 14 Florida I room, panel.l .
I nh a clma.I \!' A. ; l
1 USED 30" GE electric e Central All-conditioning ditioning. Might consider a play room with double
:
ROOM IN private home for rinse ,.......
Formal Living Room trade-In this It Is a e w.rw L.rM a .-*. *"" ." ,. ; Just off)
gentleman. Breakfast and $75. $10 down, $2 weekly. Use I e on ..........' all !. ,* '" jii UnlnnJ.bp:
lunch available. 287-5739. our easy pay plan. Goodyear Forma re ) home ret apart and distinct ... r.o.arwe pwA. 'c't W. CHIIDRE garage, bully
Service Store. 315 South Hop : Dining RoomS from other homes. Let us an e.e1M.e.r.tlo low I b. ; in vanity and mirror la entry
SLEEPING ROOMS for rent on kina Titusville. 2673013. Screened Porch show you. I, ::.,,u.v.owu.An..wr..l. Has garbage disposal,
riverfront Call 287-3238. I Family Room .........0..,...,... .Y.f eeAayea eusLene dish wisher and Intercom.
TRAILER AWNING, white aluminum Enclosed (2) car Garlge ONLY DOWN this : -- Iot (sun 110. Priced at
IN PRIVATE home for refine 10 X 25. 2672281. I 4 bedroom 2 bath masonry T Ylll 124,000. Shown by appoitt
person, air conditioned TV, ALL THIS, FOR ONLY Central heating and double f -. ment.UftMENDEU.
all 2673096. TAKE UP PAYMENTS loca
new carport, Wonderful -0-
.
Wringer washer > $69. S $t.25
tion.
SLEEPING ROOM, tingle of weekly; 23" console TV-like $$23,500.00 fi'I : LANE Large
I
LUXURIOUS bedroom, 3
preowned
double private entrance ind $139.93-$1.7S weekly; Stereo $.50 DOWN ON THIS new 3 bath ella establishedresldentlsl
M BEDROOM
console
bath. 267-0968. -full atereo-walnutfinish$79,95
With First bedroom 2 bath home.
an 18500.00 Mtg.
area. Has built
I BEDROOM utilities maid T. Grant $1 Company 25 weekly.Firtle W. Payable at $146.00 per mo Well located on nice large CUSTOM-DfSIGNCO HOMES ON LARGI BEDROOM, t bath, hardwood ia GC range and oven,

lervice reasonable. 2674103. Plaza. 267-7246 Total, or terms to Suit Buyer, lot. WOODED LOTS... floors gas fireplace, city wa screened in rla. room, large
I In' ter and sewer Ideal for doc. back yard enclosed ty
ROOMS WITH bath TV, air USED CONSOLE Magnovox 2 BEDROOM COTTAGE, on YET StRiNaYSUBURSAN ONLY MINUTES tnr'i or d ntlst.. office $14.200. chain-link fence, several
conditioned for Mila worker record player, $35. $10 down, SUTTON corner lot, Titusville. Only TO NASA CAUSEWAY, 20% down balance over I bearing citrus trees, M ft.
$30 weekly, double; $23 single. $2 weekly. Use our easy pay $3.300. Cash. SHOPPING Cttmt. yean.DUPLEX. well and the care
Meats available. Phone 2679742 plan. Goodyear Service Store, of the lawn. /J :c. at $!$,-
Mila Motel, Rte. 1 southof 313 South Hopkins Titusville. & ASSOC. REALTY CO. LOTS ON PAVED STREET. AND AU SCHOOL, I bedroom, large living uo with $1JOO down. Shown
new causeway. 2673013. 1S2I S. WASHINGTON Beautiful building lots out I rooms, city water and by .ppolntmllt.0 .
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of city limits. Priced reasonable. sewer. $150 per month income
$12.50 PER PERSON.pcr week. REPOSSESSED SPINET Office Ph.t Home Phs. I1J.SOO, $U monthly P 01. -
Rocket Motel. Mlmi, Phone Save over $200 on this piano. 261.3620Kl 121-SMALL I bedroom frame
.267-309T. I Take up payments. *,vi .y-riw 10 ACRE TRACT on county ?m NEW $ BEDROOM, I bath house la good location
KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC 4184 road. Only $1100 per acre. jti"S large living room, double carports across from Draa BallPark
SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies I 2126 W. Tropic 267-8383 I I r central heat. l,000, and close to public
for rent 801 Orange library. Owners anxious to
40 ACRE TRACT. In MimI WOO down $llt per month Including
St 2673400. ar... Just off \Highway 48. r.rlncIPI., Interest tasas sell and are asking $1M

AIR CONDITIONED MOTEL Only $700 per am with N.......,,--"M sad .. with payments 10% to down.be arranged.BURIN Monthly.

room. Reasonable. Call 267. good termsGOOD"YRO"NTAGE : eeh .....V..Earn.
4WS. : ,-WASH-- .Itt! ......... $ BEDROOM, 1 bath stucco .
over concrete block, 100 s 17$
STORES FOR RENT PHONE. 267-9421 NOW rand INGTON AVE., 'Titusville. ifi I IMeg m.Od 1 ft. yard, frail trees, all furniture
100 Ft 330 Ft with 3 bedroom H.rf
x -
your home will be sold goes, in- range I33-1M feet U.S. No. 1 fWiff -
horn Can I Cltyw.as- : Only
NEW STORE building for of. masonry and refrigerator. $1S.650
flee or business. 13x60 ft be toned for busness. Price .PI.....Welt 29% down balance ever 1years. ; In renter of town Good
Heated and airconditioned. If'you've been thinking of selling your reduced for quick sale. from office building site. Prlf4
low at $21.000 with 23%
Phone 2071160.WAItIHOUSI your homebut hate to start showing Good terms can be arrang- i .
down, balsac over I years.
dickering over : ed. 13,950 NEW $ bedroom t bath conventional
FOR RENT price, looking over legal 169-1100 ft. adjacent and
papers, answering questions, etc. do financing $17,19000 porth cf now Jess Parrtsb
WAREHOUSE, suitable for it the Phone LAKIN REALTYV. $75 down payment $'50. Large I acres,
easy way: 2674421 and let
O.VANOTHING kitchen,
Esceptional' .
living room, turquoise
shop, garage or storage. In US do all that workt! That's our business for Ibt>,
renter of town. See H. H. M. Lakln. Re,. Broker firepace.Call ping or medical canter.bulnris .
t' H d"It.t Star-Advocate. that's what we do In return for the : ill!: 1307 Palmetto St. ? DOWM -D-
privilege\ of representing you. Just phone h1P FHA-isoooowN
f loeatlos
WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER us we'll sell the house for you. Call w :Near Plrtle Plaza Shopping J, W. CHILDRE!: REALTY IZI-CIJOft iff 4 laoed Gardeo
construction. Any site up to Center) (N.CI.i Gwl
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now and let get started at I 267-5303 fist t. hinders 2 bedroom,
30,000 square feet Ie.... 267- us once I PHONE 267.9429 +

0564. Industrial or commer __ _____,____ __ _________ __ __'n__ I shop house plus with extra adjoining large
cial space available.
Campbell Associates Inc.
double garage presently enpropirty.

SMALL OFFICES and warehouses ) 2200 spoon ft City water and
for rent 200 square Realtors ) ptntlgelelgbborbood sewer Corner lot Ideal for
e
feet airconditioned office 210 S. Washington 267 9421 Serchm TV shop, small bus'ae.e,
plus 600 so. ft. warehouse ate,
space. $125 monthly each. J. r- loaded withbulltlaa

W. ChiMre Realty 267-3363. for a IA I7IU27J ft. frontage U. t

No. I located la Mima.
Zoned! for business. Priced

Runt to sell at $100 per toot with
"North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service".CO(4 QualifyHOME open terms.

-0LOTS-
.. en,

'tU t i L 410-Two 10 n 100 foot lots m

( town. Zoned R-l. $3000 for
11l4leQc both terms.
time
r an l..a -0-
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lie. 404-au1'ow tad build later.
Large bomultta U expaad-
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'I I close In, but still retains

Washington AM 7.4C11 pleasant country atmospb-
ere Tracts are slightly

Price? 111 A r :revs, tbao god aa water.acre. Paved Total

1. Three bedrooms, two baths, built-tnY 1 4nwi'$40 J me.thlp.lox
Y '' kitchen with refrigerator. Beauti g
+
fully landscaped yard. Only $450.00:\ : -0- !
4/1.1-Twft adjacent building
down Shown
appointment only ). Ma InraM mi Pin Avenue
In Spruce Hills. These lots

I 2. FOR SALE: Completely furnished art on a paved street and
.. .
? are cleared and ready for
Two bedrooms, living room, kitchen building. One la $0: a 200':
family room, bath and one-fourth. f deep, the other 100 I 204'
Large landscaped lot with eight 'e.p. Owa-r maids cask

bearing citrus and fruit trees. and will sell at $3400 for
Paul i Here If Is! Move right in bou.DANENBURG.
t. C..srPn
Quiet neighborhood. Only 10,800.. a. r w1aMw1. 3r --0--
dd..t Terms be \.r'......'
may arranged.
l IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY

S. ATTENTION NEWCOMERS: M
p5 in beautiful ;
you are considering purchasing a 1

i home in North Brevard. why not i FOREST HILLS I ,

save time and money by having one .

of our trained professional sale
This Quality luHt HwM Ms kn IfII4 as a MW.I Heme and i
staff conduct' your family on a i Ofce ay "'. lullder. It I.1",1 ,., sale .t a SerialDlMevr '
complete four of our area* We have Price. A
homes in m nearly / I
every price range
Stoat follow the dens la.> ,
every section of town. Financing

C to suit your budget is also available a A'' REALTY

Occasionally we even have an ex-

1, 7.w, Luse celle&t rental oAr ...... '
L. a.n' .t IMi South Washington
soMe $50, ....... FISHER H'
I ; AM T-3333

1] L & U/uleaJ J"C. Opea ..l, tOL thru Sat.

'f an onwal. CONSTRUCTION CO. : (24 or Mr by Tel.appointment Am. Service)

Where buyer and seller at>
u EA1..TORSIHIURO S
Phon. 267.0564 1 pact to let better and fl.tarFriday
Dial AH $-2011 r- Day, Night er foMayj
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Help Wanted MALI HELP WANTED HOUSES FOR SAL
TRAILERS FOR SAL -
FIMALI HILL WANTID EXPERIENCED BRAKE and HOUSES FOR SAL HOUSES FOR SAL WHISPERING HILLS HOUSES FOR SALsf
front end man. Apply manager STEWART TRAILER 3 bed- ACRIAOI POW SAL
WANTED CURB girl. Apply Firestone Store 109 room 20 x 50 bank financing. INDIAN RIVER HEIGHTS 3 Just completed: our last It Homein is 2 BEDROOMS, bath and .%.
Whataburger. Tltusvllle. Hopkins, Titusville, Florida.. 267-3a99. IS ACRES shade trees county, 4 LARGE bedrooms forced air bedroom. 2 baths, central this popular section. BathHouse a awnings, deep well until
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all GE equipment. FHA S18.- beat and air-conditioned built large 3 Bedroom Central beat and
MALI HILP WANTID MECHANIC. BRAKE and front SKYLINE! 1964, SO x 10, 1 bed- road near Geneva a beautiful 700, $600 down. 2673564. in stove and oven. $96 monthly with 2 Car Garage. Extra air.Phone 267-6619.
end. 267.8911EXPERIENCED room; 8 x 30 cabana; 8 x 15 homesite. A bargain forthe $875 cash equity. Phone Large Walk-In Closets
POSITION OPEN for Individ- awning; utility shed and cash buyer at $6.790. T. WE'RE HARD to find but you'll 267-6229 after S p.m. Unusual 20' Kitchen Family INDIAN RIVER CITY CB I
ual to learn LP gas trade. REAL Estate many extras. 35. W. Mero, Broker Sanford i feel well rewarded when you Room combination. bdrm, Short-term let and Sod '
Liberal starting ulary plua salesman needed fr active Mobile rSerAeSiir 322-2481 for appointment. see these Klngiberry brick CLASSIC HOMES $30,900.00 mortgage (1st $5047) ((2nd 1
fringe benefit Apply Sub office in Titusville. ContactMr. hornet by Manuel Builders F.H.A. Terms .Move right in $2670)) 86 no. payment. Smiles 1
urban Propane, 2019 N. U.S. Barr, 2679542. T' TRAILER WITH Florida room, GROVE FOR SALE Turn in Imperial Estates opposite Nothing Down See Us Today I ONE RENTAL LEFT to new causeway to
Hwy. 1.MANAGER. small equity, take over pay I.R.C. Shopping Center. Titusville's Beet Home for you to live in while we build MILA Cape K. Walk to
Ian10
WANTED FRONT boy, apply menu. Hall's Trailer Court. pass Cosmopolitan models. your New Home In g center. Lot
TRAINEE. To Home's Restaurant. 2679908. 88 ACRE grove, all oranges, 5.-. (They're nice too), then turn Value, 3 and 4 Bedrooms, 2 ROYAL OAK GOLF AND 90 x 120 tree shaded Asking
ttart in tackle department. 83 TROTWOOD, 50 x 10, 2 bed- 700 trees, S years, DOW bearIng left at the 2nd turn. Bank financing Full Bath Homes with Gar- COUNTRY CLUB $9,500. 131 Tuscarora Road.
:50-60. SEMI-RETIRED, own room, equity, assume monthly beautiful and uniform,
Sales and know. but as little as $550 NORTHWOOD BUILDERS INC. Call 723-3078.
experience
Hard dirty :
transportation. payments $69.09. 267.3311, very high elevation, cold pro
but down. ages.BUY Phone 267-4831 ANYTIME -
ledge of tackle preferred work, small pay. Steady year ext. 266 before S p.m. or 267- tection from large lake near NOW 2 bath fenced.
BEDROOM,
not required. Age 2135. Ap. round. Write P. 0. Box 4253, 2169 after 5:30: p.m. by. A bigh-grade property 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath central 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath, large 3 sodded yard 6t5
in to Mr. Elliott or $850 down
ply person South Daytona, Florida. with tax advantages. $150,000. heat and air, on acre and 1/8 WILL TRADEat corner lot, landscaped and Imperial Estates.
Eckerd Drug, MOBILE : jana Drive.
Mr. :
Stanger HOME
Pirtle Plaza LARGE MULTI-LINE Insurance OWNERS T. V. Mero, Broker, Sanford, lot. 15900. Call 2672039. Colonial Heights fenced no qualifying, FHA,

agency will hire experiencedlife LIVE RENT 322-2481 for appointment. FOR SALE or lease with opt I Hopkins Ave. South $70 Weitwood monthly Villas.408 Teal 2676346.Street Continued On Next Pag

EXPANDINGWe insurance agent. This is. HOU8B8 FOR SALE ion, 4 bedroom, 2 bath cen i 267-8641
are starting our second a golden opportunity with unlimited tral air and heat, near
phase of training If you are leads, drawing account FREE] S BEDROOM, 2 bath home by school, Whispering Hills 267-
over 21 and would like to Join available. Send resume toP owner, FHA, $450 down nice 7961 after 6 p.m. 3 BEDROOM bath, large lot ROYAL COLONIAL
one of Florida's fastest growing 0. Box 1691, Titusville. home with private shaded needs some repair. $8500. 102
sales force. Promotion Qualified will be contacted for (20( down payment and 120 a yard. Phone 267- 904, Titus WHISPERING HILLS, Immediate Econ Street, Temple Heights,
set from 30-60 day basis Wet Interview. month will buy your own foB vile 219 Shady Oaks Drive occupancy, 3 bedroom 2 Mims. GARDEN APARTMENTS"Where
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acre mobile home lot at beautiful SouthREDUCED
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bath room many
be you bondable to your and t veri DRIVERS WANTEDFor Lake Louise Estates. extras. $8500 down $112 3 BEDROOM 1 bath, South living will express a new meaning"

car, have desire to make top Become your own landlord.Don't AND A TERRIFICBUY monthly. Call 2673669. Lake Village. $500 down, take Luxuriously Furnished
bracket money. See Co. Rep., tear up rent receipts each up payments of $73. 267-4495. LEASING I
Room 2, 317 tt Washington, old established FloridaCo. month. Many families now te- DANDY 2 bedroom IVi bath WHISPERING HILLS 3 bed LoCated 1 mile north Hwy No. 50 '
side In our beautiful trailer community home, built In range and oven room 2 baths, Florida room OPEN
9-IO a.m.MANAGER _____ Regular employment, Between Magnolia Ave. & US No. 1
visit us and see) lor screened porch, carport fenced fireplace double carporte, DEC, 1st
TRAINEE. Will paid vacations plus other yourself the finest self-owned rear yard, good elevation. swimming pool $18,500, $2500
start as drug clerk. Drug and mobile home park. This 3 year old home is "like down, balance $122 monthly CLERKSEngineering W. J. SMITH
ales experience preferred. valuable fringe benefits. LAKE LOUISE ESTATES: new" condition. Full price 267.6465. ,, Realtor PHONE 2673511NO

Age 2135. Apply In person. 14 miles east of Orlando on $10,500, $1.850 down balance $8950 AND UP Clerks
Mr. Elliott or Mr. Stanger, Call 267-5900 Route SO Phone 568-2761 $65 per month includes all lot.
No Down Payment on your 3
OR CHRISTMAS PARK 2 YEARS COLLEGE or
Eckerd Drug, Pirtle Plaza. ARROW REALTY
Bedroom, CBS construction
Route No. 50, Christmas, Fla. equivalent years related
or contact Mr. Grimm, 2700 South Washington 267-7037 equipped kitchen terrazzo'
Phone: 568-2011 experience.
501 Orange Ave. Evenings 267-91S7 floors, tile bath. FHA or conventional

NEEDING October EASY TERMS, no qualifying. financing. Zeke Evans General Clerks
TitusvilleLICENSED Specials! Construction Co., Phone
3 bedroom 2 bath. situated on 2 yean college or equivalent
SKYLINE 50' X 10' 2 lake wall to wall 267- 3267. 2 years office experience.
,
carpeting
A HOME REAL ESTATE bedroom ... . $3595. Now
Apply -
beautiful kitchen, priced 12.
TELEPHONE SOLICITORS STAR 50' x 10' 2 bedroom, NEW 4 BEDROOM brick houses
THEN. center kitchen . $3695 600. 2673096. 3 tile baths built in range Dow Chemical Co.
WHY NOT LIT US ASSIST $1.50 Per Hour Salary STAR 50' x 10' Early American MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into 2, and oven, dishwasher, disposal Aerospace Service v.PY5CNA55a5 SONS DOWN NO 5585589 ClOIIN MA COSH T55 W

YOU WI HAVX SCORES Plus Commission Deluxe . .. ... $3885. 3. or 4 bedroom homes, brand intercom, wall to wall car 300 Magnolia Ave.TITUSVILLE. NEW HOMES
Oil NIW AND LIKE.NEW SKYLINE 54' x 12' 2 bedroom new in area of much higher pet. Double car garage 1 FLORIDAAn DESIGNED N.-t, IIIOIt modlllll .d.wlepaI.nl IS
HOMES FOR YOUR IN. 30 hr. week guarantee-Work Deluxe .. $4885. priced homes. Small down with screened pool and no red ': Equal Opportunity the creel Melt luxury ad ....1IIIa1
SPECTION. Used Trailers payment and $85 month tape $2.000 down move employer fOR BETTER Matonry,with (jI .
In alr-conditloncd building eol.Y in 267-1928.
SOMI. ly total no down $184 monthly. _peel yards .Colonial : gsumd
40'
58 NASHUA 10'1 bedroomSet
WITH NO QUALIFYINGIALL. afternoon and site shift. x payment BRENTWOOD ES.
LIVING windows e lilt bathe with full ecbr
lot with
upon awning.* TATES west on Garden St., S darw terra 110 doers spade ,
WORTH THE PRICEI CALL CHUCK RITTER 64 YELLOWSTONE 27 X $ 1 AM 7-7142 or 832-5659. clown with towered doer o Mle '
ONI Collect bedroom. Local & Long Distance Movers sliding glow doer verlooUitfl. ywd .
IS RIGHT FOR YOUI! SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 3 BEDROOM bath. $800 for
Cape Royal Office Bldg. ) AND 4 BUS. .ulJloIn TV gala a Hie window(ffls w
EASY TERMSMARTIN'S
$2100 equity. Terms arranged
ONLY ONE LEFT- For Appointment/ MOBILE for down payment. Call 267- Moving Packing 1, 1 W, 2* BATHS :CENT RAL!!HEAT 0 40-oalofl cenaaa! water lrtww.Ne healer

783.6441 1739 after S p.m. .end MOREl
Beautiful ,
Of A Components HOMES SALES
inc. Homes in Whispering Storage 9 Shipping
1224 N. U. S. 1
Lakes. 4 B. R.2 Baths on Lost $11,500-$14,050 hceMkIlc a s.IudWrT.pp.see
high wooded lot 2 blocks I to Titusville 267.3081 FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341 ...., (]O range wllh Keod Mhamt Dewblsi
school and shopping center. North of Overpass IT STANDSFOR LOCAL AGENT sires sink*, Formica eabtnetil
$15,900 Total price. $600 down
LADIES WIDE gold wedding
FHA No down VA. Better band, Indian River Plaza Re. BREVARD RIDGEWAY MAYFLOWERCOLD
Hurry!_ TRAILIR SPACES FOR RENT ri.. .w
ward, 2675429.: FUR STORAGE1600 N. U. S. No. 1 CRATING

'$395 DOWNNO TRAILER SPACES INTEGRITY PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE MODUS OPEN FROM $80 MONTHLY
Large lots. Reasonable rent
QUALIfYING I Mobile Homes Good transportation to Cape SEE THEM NOW kNludlsg ,:,'t.selMy
Roomy 2 bedroom home In FRIENDLY SHORES

Brentwood Estates Chain MOBILE HOME and lot for U.S. No. 1, City Units
link fenced rear lawn. Cleanis sale, Oakwood Trailer Sub Edgewater. See
a pin and Just waiting for division. 2679503. NEAR SCHOOLS 0 CHURCHES e SHOPPING CINTttS PARX J
you. Assume VA Loan. Plumbing Supply .e I

TRAILIR FOR RENT i .
NASACAUSEWAY SEPTIC TANKSof Magnolia HomesIrilaGrangeAcres

2 BEDROOM. 2677094., trailer, good lacation. o, per-cast concrete, steel rein. N. SINGl TON'Ayt__ T"USVn.u:, 'tA, PH'. 267.4846:

forced, 630 to 1000 gallons.
Is 3 mile. New
only away it. 2 BEDROOM, air conditioned I Grease rope Installed, tanks Is seal
center This the official of
shopping Assume existing FHA across loan at trailer on private lot turn, pumped read, cleaned drain\ the National Association of I {
!ished. $85 monthly. 267-8976,,: fields relaid. PIttman SepticTanks DEPENDABLE USED CARS
$102 month including every Inc., 267-4421 P. 0. Heal Estate Boards. Only
B.R.-Z bathsdouble members the Associationmay
thing. 3 of
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FURNISHED 2 bedroom trailer Box 2016, TltulvlUe.I
carporte. Truly A DO monthly, first and lasl I display this seal. And
rare find in one of the most $ only those who dlspUy this DETAILED & READY
months rent at $75. Call :5682011 Reel Estate
desired neighborhoods. Christmas Park. seal may call themselves 2V4 Miles North of Titusville. Beautiful

EDGEWATER PLANT nursery Realtors.' and 4 bedrooms on big lots with trees, 2

YOUR CHOICEOf wholesale and retail. e George M. Barley, Jr., full baths, formica cabinets, ducted heat, .
six new 3 and 4 bedroom Green house tractor, lot 240x Inc. range and hood. Sodded yards. Priced

homes awaits. Heed the call This StandsFor 200, $23,000, Park Avenue e J. W. Chlldre, Realta: from $14,000 to $16,000. Call 267-4166 from 1963 VALIANT 2 Door Hard.
to select your home today! Realty, 103 E. Park Avenue,
Prices range from $15,250 to Edgewater, Florida. I Danenbur,'. BeachRealty 9 to 5. See by appointment. lop. Auto trans., radio & heater.

$15,950. Features usually Quality Balance of S year, 50,000
found la high priced customhomes. C D' ffy'. Real EstateBryanConway mil warranty A ono owner$1645
FHA VA, Conv.
Loans. Don't, delay or- Call SPECIALFRUIT I & car ., .. . ..

Today!_ _ ''SOLU Nay Winstead, Inc.
TREES I Campbell Associates, 1964<< FALCON 2 door Healers OO US I IAutomat1c

SAVE $1,600At T..lrls. .Ts.arrlee. Inc. :, Radio and Jf JV V I
last a real true value T..p..N..n.I C Edwards Realty
home with approx. 1800 iq. >'..*.. syfso I Ed Kittles Agency 1963 DODGE POLARA "8". 4-
ft. of living area and all the conveniences of real Florida n'uwrtl9 .. lr>.. Balance of 5 50.000
LAvin,. S C L. B. Newman, year. 1995
Realtor warranty A ODe owner car

JUNIOR EXEC.only This is the official Seal (I.......... $2WENZELS I Donn Searle Realtors
1'.1.. T'H. 1963 DODGE 330 2 Door. S
one home left built by of the National Association I Stoner Realty ............o_... ._... NOV Cylinder. Automatic. R & H
this quality builder Excellent of Home Builders. NURSERY C Sydney Schwartz .Thi Crest, MM Mrtbl
location and close to ev Only members of the ISIS WASH. AVI. 147-441 e W, J. Smith 1Ma medal.,./tlllllll Iu5lsg II Balance of 5 year, 50.000 mll.s 1695
I I : Ik Ntvi MOM IIM Ctpi XMM* A .
cry thing. Only $16,500 your and > warranty. ono owner car. .
Association
choice I of financing.: National MN.' Pool a SundKIlirMMffllMlll .5MMds..
local association are allowed SUCH ,.114I11..11., Fktiy
to this PIw ant Boil Oockt Pflvit. amused
SEE FIVE. display IWIKM ill bitfrtM* ipirtmwllChllOM's 1962 CHRYSLER NEWPORT
2 Homes Scottsmoor Area For SaleU.
of these Beautiful Models and seal: LUXURY RiytrMMtf. Lwirfrf M< R fc H. Auto.. 4 Dr. Sedan.s 1645
pick the one that would fit "Motif lICIt flow RnKuriM,
your family's needs. Alexander Construction etckMI kMHii*. wflM Mot' ihfla. |
Company S. No. 1 highway frontage (several Mod. MMtmi lid Ptrty ROM 1962 PLYMOUTH BELVE
FOR SOLITTLE PanM5 Cries 1M .h.rn...wr*. DERE. S CyL. Power R&H
4 B.R.-$400 Down I
Broyhill Development tracts). Auto with Fac. Air. Runs
$17 MO. TOTAL 1lUT1I'__ S 1495
sounds unbelievable but It's Chlldre Homes Inc. !' Real Nice .. .. .... ..

true! See these ecoty ,*y Cowart & Carter Inc. Four producing W.ry 'I
priced homes with 'luxury orange groves. .,.'I hCJl illM

features. Absolutely no lower Cozart Const. Company ........nMvmr-iii...-.-.<..nr....MM-. Mesh ,
homes In the Titusvllle
priced Co. 115 Acres located North of Mims.
Usher Construction
area. Make us prove It
to )'oul! r'utch Construction Co. =iwoe 1 AI BEDRDO5I) RENTAL APARTMENT FOR A REAL DEAL ON I


CALL TODAY! John Beach 27 Acres Oak Hill Section ((6 acres set L UNFURNISHED( FROM '100 MOKTHlYural.lI" ..::::.., AN AUTOMOBILE SEE THE

Louis & Brown Inc. in 3 year old grove) Excellent Buy. .- Biadol low OB display Nov. Occupancy ,
,'.
"The Hem.
Stopping Cantor"SUTTON Buye Justice Homes Inc. 10 Acres located west of Mims.DUFFY'S DODGE BOYS AT

Northwood Builders, Inc

Penzlner Bros. EmAL8 TOWERS

Robert Evans _.ar11 r

& ASSOC. REALTY CO. Ronald Moretto REAL ESTATECorner Arc Dodge

15211. WASHINGTON Tiffany Builders, Inc.
Office fh.l Home Phi.i U. S. No. 1 and Hwy 46 Mina II':=" Hopkins
James Trimble. Ai Harrison Tltusrrfll
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i William Everman PHONE AM 7-0821
I.VI /TIW PHONE 267.4931
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PAYMENT Beauli ti/ $15,000 TO $19,000


: A Community Of Fine 3 Homes I In Titusville $4750 Several to $6890 Large Homes LOTS restricted FOR SALE to MOO Ia sq.PAIR ft. mlnlmua.CIXX


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


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T from Preeee&ac Pafe Used Cars & Trucks Used Cars & Trucks Wanted To Buy Want To Trade Work WantedRN Work Wanted
See
1957 FORD pickup ready to so. USED AUTOMOBILES, CKy I These Truly
Real Estate ISM HILLMAN HUSKEY. lit sacrifice for $454. 387-3367. Auto Parts. AM T-3686.-- GUNS FOR doctor's office :XI5616. II I WILL DO waakiu aDd Irwvto* Fine Buys Today
$20 takes it away. Canaveral Wanted To RentBY In my home Zff 1S79. 3 Bwdrooa. 2 bath, furnished
Aviation, 'ntusvilJe..CocoaAirport WantedTOP 730 South Dixie with maw extras on largo
t HOUSM POI SAL Chet Klrschner, 2674240. MATURE Couple S or 3 WILL JDO Ironing la my home SEWING ALTERATIONS. tot $11,980. total price $111
, '" CASH bedroom house, furnished or Old U. S, 1 pick up and delivery if pre Christmas orders. taken for per month. PIT 10 year
. ,, unfurnished no ctttUrea or erred 1MB Alford Street. afghans 247 8969. for appoint.
109 THORNTON AVENUE, Indian mortgage
52 FORD WAGON, Cadillac engine In S minute for good used References. 267-6984. River City
I large living room, :3 bedroom, LaSalle transmission, Furniture ))t'tl. Lakovlew Hills. mint S Bedroom, I bath, large
a" 2 bath, central airconditxm- truck rear end. J1W. AU GREER McMORRIS INC. WILL' SHARE -- ---------- --.- -- -- rooms, 15' a 23 living room
. ". fog, carpeted throughout $2000 ,- chrome good tires, Smoot Repossessed furniture outlet lo-xio kitchen aU for $usooU03
down, assumeFHA loan. Avenue D, Titusville Trailer 543 U. S. 1 IRC or 810 S. Hopkins GIRL TO share attractive PITL
i. Call 267-7947 after 4 p.m. Park. Titusville apartment 2674021 or 267-
I 267-1399 Day or Night 8843. CHARLES M.
BY OWNER, 3 bedroom, air 1957 FORD SKYLIMER. radio,
conditioned deep well built heater, power steering, white $ $ MAXWELLREALTORS
._ In range, $9200 total price,I walls good condition, $375.

... NO$550 QUALIFYING.down. 2673636.$900 or best i SHARP 2677969.'63 Impala Chevrolet Today's Special N Phone 267.7840

offer. SlOS monthly. WhisperIng Super Sport coupe, power 1
Hills, 267-8696. steering, 327 engine, 4 speed,
v low mileage. Ronnie, 267-1234 1959 CADILLAC 4 DOOR HARDTOP
S BEDROOM 1 bath good days 267.2629 nights. .
h neighborhood, close to Beautiful gray finish with black and white interior OPEN HOUSE
: schools and shopping, can be LET ME sell your automobile. .,
Power and Brakes, Air Condition-
Steering
teen at 280 Abbott, Indian Browning Auto Sales, 405 Factory .. Saturday aDd Sunday
River City. Hopkins 2671520. ing, Good White Wall Tires. A clean CHOC

r <" WHISPERING LAKES, :S bed'I M.sharp car ready to goOPEN Y Win tlnsleton-J.m tullders Ave.
,
! w room, IV* tiled bath, FHA val. 1960 all BONNEVILLE, 1964 4 door TIL 81! w } and 4 bedroom Ready to
, $1095 Chevy
nation $13,500. $450 down. power, miles;, 1964 move la to. Come out LOOK
p. panel 4000 $1995. NEW CHEVROLETSLEFT
. 267-2417. MARTIN'S MOBILE HOMES Sautlt and BUY.
quJ D1 Chevrolet NED
j : Sale or Trade 1224 U.S. 1 North 267-3081. : HOPKINS CAR CAUSEWAY CLOSE TO

I Air Conditioned 1026 S. AVENUE PHONE 2S'I.1234"
21959 power CHEVROLET brakes, power IMPALA steer-, ltt I t t t t t t t t t t IN STOCK I room bedrooms and ,Air t bath Conditioned, family
: Log R/H, padded dash, extra COMETAssume I $10000 down.JOHNNY.
nice, would sell or trade for !
small car. 267-6147. at 25$8500 Payments FOR A BETTER USED CAR A. MOLES

: Services Excellent Condition, Radio, 1240 Hopkins An.
Bucket Seats, and Automatic SEE US! Across from Magnolia Plan
ELECTROLUX Day or Night
1 Transmission.. 58 Cher. Impala, 8 cyL. auto trans. R&H. CoDY $543 267-S32I
= CORPORATION Call 267 9440 Days 59 Cher. Impala 8 cyL. auto trans. R&H.Con,.$745<< Juanita Malott -MT-7SS9
? Brevard County's Only 267-4013 Nile 60 Ch.,.Impala. 8 cyL,auto trans.R&H Cony.$1195 'tI.t After I
: authorized factory branch. 81 Cher. Impala 8 cyL auto trans. R&H Con,.$1395
Call Melbourne 62 Pontiac Bonnevllle 8 cyl. auto trans. f
M Collect R&H CODY . .. ... $2295 w N
C 723-5852 IllVERDOLLAR 60 Dodge Polsra. 8 cyl. auto Iran.*

B & H Con,. .. .. .. .. $1293
5 FREE \ \ t
: L. P. BOTTLED GAS BANK FINANCING FOR THOSI WHO QUALIFY

:. Suburban INSTALLATION Propane! SALEI INDIAN RIVER MOTORSU. 1964 Demonstrators

Z 2019 U. S. 1 N. 267-6411 s. No. 1, SCOTTSMOOR Closed Sunday I4MH1

CARPENTRY MASONRY and
: general repair work. 2678763.
Day Only +

*, DRESSMAKING styling expertly fitted ORIGINAL, alter- Over-Oct.50 18th Differentdates SEE OAKWOOD TODAY AvailableSAVE
T aliens for men's and women'st te chose
garments.. Lillien Hudson, 'rom.I .
I .
I Mobile
2673158. I Home Subdivision
$$1.50
r Used Cars & Trucks EACH 1
Book Nook Featuring:
U DODGE V-8 passenger
HUNDRED OF DOLLARSON
station wagon, radio, heater, 214 JuliaTltvivllle

power excellent steering condition., many Mike extras of1 -, LARGE 7S' x 110' LARGE POOL Portrait' ef .... of svr .n.ntl.
Ye", sN ywi have te do Is lit
ter. 2874248.ROCK BUYS LOTS WITH SHUFFLEBOARD THE ABOVE UNITS back and ribs .let us de all
the week when few wan to"'.".
e SWIMMING POOL andscreenedin CENTRAL WATER HORSESHOES lie.
: GARDEN 3 bdrms, We'll handle the whets l I.b| trim
: r NURSERY I large 15950.fenced-ln patio yard, only I Brand New 1965 Chevrolets tithing to,,nt klnfl.Think .

e ..3"'Cl.Aue. Nursery I $850: DOWN, only $8,500.; of
TREES .' PLANTS I handyman's special, pay, $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY Available For Delivery
SHRUBS FLOWERS ments cheaper than lose" II
rent.
Wells Drilled Pumps 3 BEDROOMS Immediate TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go northon FIDELITYALLIED
Complete Lawn Irrigation possession, nice location, U, S.1 to Mims. Continue north on U. S. 1 for
Systems $13,250, $1,250 down and $95 one more mile to our entrance on right. For free A".t"
.I month pays all. information Call 2675586. GUS FAULK CHEVROLETCORNER VAN LINES
Free Estimates SPACEReal STORAGE k TRANSTEB
DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY!
AM 7 2989S225 Estate Inc. DAY OR NIGHT
Old Dixie Hwy I AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK HOPKINS fc ST.JOHNS-TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA AM 7-1234
Glen Schlueter, 267-6668 PkoM AM 70221NOW

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HOME BUILT!


DO YOU NEED "

REPAIRS ON YOURBUILDING '63 PONT. "'62 RAMB. '60 OLDS.

? Bennevllle, Leaded, 12995 4M, cute tro...., ftellnJnf $995 C"wertl"' $1195
Or. seat* L.d04I
: A NEW ROOM a, YOU CAN 63t1FORD
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'CARPORTE.ETC. .J.1Jr.coll :: 62 CHEV. 60 PONT.
XL ceovertlbleJtO ....,, eyL '_wlllo. 1oa404, $1195
JUST CALL SAVE $ $ radle engine 1' beat,cute hear 2595 wb* beet h.M.. relic $1395 lid. air a.....

267-2958 '64 FORD '}'U.o; '
hl1"-< 62 FORD EXTRA SPECIAL
After' P. M. I Calaile' 500 V-l SAVE SEE US G.I..'..- .I&A.... Pact
.r ,.O. Be. 1204 City. Avis trans., fewerradle Ir, V4 .we,drive, $1695
LEN RANDELL I A neat N.i f.l{ TODA ; BONUS BIY

VERY RELIABLE : '64 Alfa Romeo MERC' '61 FORD GALAXIE
Spyder, S tawed $ wX1095
I t,*..*.. radle A J2695 I hue.'"'" { ayt, Dr, H,4tetI. YA, .. Tft....
I neat
TRAILER PARK ;
$795i
ExcellentOpportunity 63 PONT. '
4 dr* aute trans, 2195 I
Air i '.
On two sent fine location '62 VOLKS. 59 CAD

$70,000 income with$8500 29 per"year down Price Let, '63 FORD X1195M4Aa n"hut" t".... M295 -er H.rb.v, ...d- $1395
I Gtlail, fact air 04 Fad. .4.' oftIIIcoftlll. .
the '
ns show propft'tJ.l.ncome
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you V4, "wrareer. '62 '' 'I''JJf.J[ r.
FORD
A brakes 59 RAMB.
Property arUane 5M 4 cyl., 51095 'Central
I bed radi A Heat Stale* Wasen. 4 CyL 5 C li C
Two houses-One three
'63 FORD Hondas'7rs drive A Neat, sver. *f
I furnished room one, one bath two completely bedroom SN, t yt '62 STUDE. I unfurnished both on very Fade rs ., raeli i $1695 D."",., bucket 1095 1 Ford 58 MERC.
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nice lots la nice fcestm.I heat seats, radio" Mat Dal.r'M: $395
,
Priced at only tltxa lot r .r vi ut

both Also with duple only and$tMf two down.new El :;;*Hi Voluin

uses your with investment excellent return Very $ MCCO1TER F II R t/I'"l' -

tatonabla terms. V mf ..JnC'llC! Lo Profits

Arthur S. Griffith

WASHINGTONIN DIVISION W l.-df; U 'H
i Ret Real Mate Broker 730 SOUTH PHONE 267-2657 :
Ave.
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NazareneThe I ness In Practical Living." The-
Jaycees Sponsoring "Safe Bike"Conlesl musk will be under the direoibis
I
Pant church: of the Naaa-
Political ForumOpen To Public of Frank Hallum, Jr. and
raw, lilt Park: Avenue, announces tile church choir will be sing
Al Parkway Junior Hi the week.the following servicesfor ing.

Junior, Teen, Young Adut
Part I of the two-part Political to attend these forums and acquaint dates for State Senator; Ed KittJes to limit each candidate to five "The Safest Cycling City in I it," he continued. "It takes The Sunday School hour be- Fellowships and the Senior Citizens
Forum, sponsored by the themselves with the can and Mel FeUier' far County minutes, followed by a two minute America!" That Is the Import. little gloss at 1:45: under the leadership Prayer Service begins at
extra effort avoid
to
Indian River City Civic Association didates and the i issues in this Commissioner District 1; rebuttal if desired, and a 30- ant goal set for Tilusvilte in a very there will be classes for ani :
will be held at the Civic campaign.The Dick MuMrew and Michael Dor-- minute question period from the drive accidents. Riding by the rules ages. I 600.The
bicycle safely startingOct
11 the best to keep Evangelistic Hour at
way your 7.fO
:
Center on Magnolia Avenue on candidates expected to an for County Commissioner floor. In order to utilize this 24.Service. The morning Worship Hourat
Monday night, beginning at 8 attend and participate are: District 3; Milton McGrath and period to a maximum questions and bike a vehicle" for good health 11:00.: This Sunday being 1 with Rev. Thomas Ream bring
p.m. The second part will be Tom S. Kenney candidate for Guy Brewster for County Commissioner will be restricted to one per per safety and civic pleasure. Layman Sunday the speakers of ing the message. There wiG
held Oct 26. District 9: John and should be groups have pooled their facilities Blomquist announced that in be special music.
U. S. Congressman; Jim Dressier son clear, short :the hour will be Mrs. Ernest .
All area residents are urged and Virgil Schenck, candi- Turner and Jeanne Fisher for and concise to avoid the necessity and personnel under the conjunction with the safety program McNab speaking on "HolinessIn The regular Wednesday evening /\
of the Titusviite Jay the will conducta
direction
Jaycees
School Board Member District of I
lengthy replies. the Home" and Mr. Rubert prayer service will begin at '
'";"': 'e',..... ,-...... -..., .,-' _, "_M.-. 4. Candidates replies will necessarily cees to make everyone of Titus. Bike Saf-T-Rodeo at Parkway Blankenship speaking on "Holi 1.00:
; : In order to complete the pro I be limited to one minute ville's estimated 2500 cyclists Junior High School on Saturday -I

"'.:,' I.., I gram by 10 a.m., it is proposed for each question. safety-conscious. Oct 24, from 9 a.m. to 12 '11
) bike accidentcan noon.
{ '.H'' '4." ; N' {;J J I BulletinWASHINGTON "Almost be traced every to lack of know The purpose of the rodeo iso I your opinions are valued by
r.d I the emphasize the need for safe
'J ledge or negligence on part Congressman GURNEY.
bicycle riding and the Jayceesare
Walt
t of the rider, according to
i. ,;. ( (AP) Am. President Johnson In a conference Blomquist, Chairman. "National encouraging students in Your many thousands of repliesto
: ', "t. bassador Anatoly F. Dobrynin of about half an hour In'' statistics compiled by the grades; one through nine to par- his questionnaire on vital
., t"I said at the White House today the President's office. Bicycle Institute of America iclpate. Issues in Congress guide him In l
I ..1 ,: I that the new Soviet government Afterward, Johnson escortedthe show that the greatest numberof There will be contests, races the protection of your interests.He 1.
,, Intends to maintain the established diplomat to a driveway mishaps occur because of and obstacle courses for students places great faith in your R .
policy of "peaceful coex where microphones and cameras traffic rule violations or bicycles competing in the rodeo. opinions..keeps you constantly
istence" and work for further, He mentioned that Ralph Robertson Informed.
were set Improperly cared for by
: up.
; : j relaxation of tensions |jq. the The relationship between the owners. principal of Parkway, you MN or ACTION h M. *.".... c."... .
j q T world. two men, following the sudden I "We're going to let every had agreed to the use by the Edward J. '-i
Dobrynin is understood' to government upheaval in Mos-- cyclist know what he should do driver education training course keep .
have given that message to cow, was obviously cordial. and then try to see that he does which Blomquist said wouldbe

__ ,T ,-- -- ._,_... ---_.. "PrIzes'ideal. will be awarded for GURNEYin :r. ,

1 1tc' the different age groups," Nro +a:,renn a+ ,,ui na: ..
4w+ ONM NO'S J" '
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Jlomqulst emphasized and fur I congress

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HELENA RUBENSTEIN ONCE-A-YEAR SPECIAL
OUTSTANDING NEWSBOY-Dan Hamer, 15-year- rushed to Wood's aid and pulled
old Star-Advocate newsboy, has, been selected as the attacker back. "Somehow, ONE DAY SERVICE
"Outstanding Newsboy" In celebration of National Edwards went back to his car, SKIN DEW LOTION
Newspaper Week Hamer, a THS sophomore, and opened the truck and pulled outa S50.00 to $600.00 1
fullback, the tire tool, and again came at
,on junior varsity football team, has
t the largest Star-Advocate route. He began his route the The three two men.attendants suffered Make The Arrangements By Phone COMPLETE WITH SKIN DEW CREAM

I four years 'ago with four customers and now has only minor injuries. Wood was
I 155. He delivers by bike in the Brentwood Estates, taken to Jess Parrish Memorial 267-4331
Falrglen, old and new Gardendale subdivisions He Hospital, treated for cuts and 5.25 VALUE 3.25 9-25 VALUE 5.50
lives with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hamerat bruises and released. At 10 p.m.
28 Azalea St. He was chosen for his outstanding yesterday, he was admitted to
ability to service and collect his route properly and Holiday Hospital in Orlando andIs Southern Loan Company COSMETIC DEPARTMENT
for his eagerness and cooper.tlon.-S-A Photo. reported in good condition. :M' S. WASHINGTON AVE, TITUSVILLI
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I-B.ISO Cut Pile 50% Wool-SOS Nylon ....... ..... 12 x U
VALUES TO 150.00 2 BIG GROUPS 2-Coppor Tweed 100% Wool Foom .. ............. 10x12
1-Rilnbow HiU SO% Weol-JOS Nylon .... ........ 121 13
1-Rolnbow HIU 70% WooU30% Nylon .. .. .... ... 12 x 13
1-Cold Cut PIU 50% WooU-JOS. Nylon .. .. ...... .. 13x15
1-Rod Tweed 50% W..rsO'Nylo" .. .. ...... .. 12x15
2-Mocha Tweed 100% Nylon Cont. Fil. .. .. ... .. 12x15
Brown/Bolgo Twood 100% Nylon .. .. ........ 12x11
S $ 1-Cold Cut Pile 50.. Wool-SOS Nylon ... .. .. ..... ." 10. 12
2-Ryl Blu. Plush 100% Nylon Scrim .............. 121 12
A 0 I-Royal Blue PluM 100% Nylon Scrim .. ........... 121 13
GROUP 1 GROUP 2 1-8rown/B. Tweed 100% Vlicoto .. ......... ... 12.1'
1-Br wn/Seie. Tweed 100% Vlicoto . .. .. ....... .. 12x1)'
3-Rod T.oocl100% Nylon Cont. Fit .. .. ..........,.. 12x12
1-Croon Loop. 100% Nylon ". .. ............ 12x13
1-Boigo Hits 100% Nylon Scrim ". .. .. .. ...... .. 111 1225.nd.lwood
Cut f lI. 100% VIse. .. .,.......... 12x15
I w rt +i 'I'L' 1-Bluo Cut PIU 100% Nylon .. .... .. .... .... 12x11
1-Blgo Cut '11. 50% Wool-50% Nylon, .. .. ......... 111 12
:: : r'J. -Pumpkin Cut '11. 50'% Wool-50 Nylon ........... 121 13
? 3-Croon Cut PIU 100% Vl co.. Riyon .. ........... 12x15
':. ,', 1-Croon Cut PIU,, 100% Vluc..s I.,.. .. ........... 12 x Uf
I 'f'" -Avocid. Loop 50% Wool-50 Nylon Scrim .. ........ 12. 15
-Nil '(, ( ; 1-Avocado Loop 50% WoU50% Nylon Scrim ........ 12 x 14
T J-Avocido Loop 50% WooJ-50% Nylon Scrim ,. ...... 11 x 12
/ rJ Brown/Bitch Twood 100% Viae... Riyon ......_.... 121 21
i + t This special purchas group of fine rugs brings glamour Brown/Hock Twood 100% Vitcoto Rayon '......... 12 x 20

and comfort to make any homeowner proud. Terrific I-Rilnbow HIU 100%. Vltcoio Riyon .... ..." 12x11
1-Rilnbow HIU 100%! VUcoto R.,... .. ....... 12 x 20
b bI selection of styles, sizes and materials makes Sindolwood. Cut PIU 100' Thesis R.yon ........ .. 12x11
Y Sindolwood. Cut PIle 100% VitcoM Riyon ........." 12x15J
f + tr e r 0 ra' this one of the finest rug sales ever. Hurry! -Blwo' Twood 70% NIeft-3O,. Wool .. ........ .. 12x15

i : 2-Rilnfcow Nib 50'"% WooV-50% Nylon "................ 12x11
-Biloo Loop 100% Nylon Scrim .. .. ................ 12x15I
-&. .. Loop 100% Nylon Scrim . ............. 12 xlt
Sondilwood Loop 50% Wool-50%(, Nylon .............. 12. 12
I 1-Royal, Slira Plush 100% Nylon Scrim ............. 12xlJ
I y 9 ." rnwnl r l-Royit Blu. Phi* 100% Nylon Scrim ................. 121 14
2-ftold NiU 100% Vise... Reyes ................... nU
H. ". HIU 100% Nylon Cont. Fit .... .. .......... u a n
3-A.o..do Plwtkj 100% Nylon .. ..... 11,11
1-Turo>o<.. Scroll Shrd. Wool Scrim 12.12Pep






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