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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 19, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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City of Titusville has been
I notified 1 that Theodore Robbins I'
of TltuavUla! has filed a petition -
I for rehearing by the Supreme 1
Okayed Court of the court'a recent
ruling to deny "with preju ,I
dire" Bobbins' attack on tile
The Federal Aviation Authority validation of the H1 million ca. I

I fiscal 1963 budget Includesan ital improvements revenue certificate *
allotment of $58,030 for Improvements Issue.Robbins' .
of the Titusville-Co- SI' I attack on the certificate

coa Airport. ,4 Issue was on the basis of

The office of Congressman Ed : conflict of Interest" on t h j jI \
part of some of the princlpalainvolved.
Gurney was given notice recently I The attack was denied
by the FAA that the money, I by Circuit Judge William C. Abridge Q
to be matched by local funds, and the Supreme Court "
will be used for extensive re I ik upheld Judge AkrIdge's ruling

pairs at the Airport. __ ___ It la probable that the court t
Included in the improvements -- ------ will decide whether or not to I

will be to pave a runway 73 by CHAMBER OFFICERS- The new officers r tafBill Nevin, Citizens Bank rehear the appeal today or next '
CLEANING UP-The Southern Bell The men shown above "cleaning up parallel and
feet,
3,600 pave Gil Goshorn Monday.
the last of the work", : Don Rober- of the Greater Titusville Cham treasurer
Telephone Directory personnel are are taxi ways, Install junior
connecting selected today partner 1,1: tho law firm of Crof. City Manager) Cleveland Tat-
of Commerce were
shown above as they "buffoon" a point son yellow pages Supervisor; Wayne medium intensity runway lights ber Brewer and Holland, president; madge said this morning that
across. The office of the "yellow pages"is Collier, Joe Patrick, Dick Martin, Dan and markings, a wind cone by t h board of directors at a ton, the "delay could cause a serious
Lvle Shatter h: rdwarc store owner
located next door to BryanConwayand Hart Tom Connel, yellow pages salesmen segmented circle and beacon Chanticleer Inn luncheon. Left to S-A Photo. problem" In the city.

Winstead Real Estate office and and Pat Blumer, Titusville office rehabilitation of the beacon right, Lyle Duff, Mlms Insurance vicc-ptestdcnt "W have area 'In bad shape*

the supervisor expects the directoryto manager. tower and paving of the aircraft agency owner and citrus grower sec as far as water service la concerned .

be finished the last of this week. apron. because of the tremendous

I growth. We're digging! new

wells, but unless we get these
-Causeway funds w* cannot hook the acid!
First Fully tional aupply up to the system
Chevys/ and we could be in serious trouble I

t If we hit a dry spell," Tal--
I madge pointed out.
StolenSeveral The Supreme Court will probably
In NovemberThe consider the appeal todayor \
Will Be Opened Monday, according to inform.
new can, .111965! ed sources. t
Chevrolet, were stolen from t
Cm Faulk Chevrolet some sUllervlllloll oC the Slat Road H
will bo near the U. S. I Horen.
time vr the weekend, according new seven.mile long In early November. I with On the Merritt main Island north-south It connects road I area intersection with the causeway. Work on the Indian River DepartmentHoudallleDuval tho Special Meeting
tG Del. Lt. W. J. Bo Is now also was
electrical wont
dian River Causeway linkingthe Final I will be !
through the moon launch area Traffic on the causeway Causeway started in August the two-
hannon. Merritt bland moon launch being done on the lift system with six-milt long Banana limited to official business In 1 miles of the prime contractor on
and 1963. About 'H of
lane Banana River portion !
U. Bohannon said that the with the Florida mainland bridges by Of Council
area for the two bascule which was eluding: government and River Causeway and
car thl..., probably young] will be completed by the end of Houdallle-Duval Co., of Jacksonville employees. causeway are across<<: land the causeway under ft $23
boys, mad off with the can I this month and turned over by which holds the $3 million opened earlier this year. and construction ot the rest acl'Oll8Nater., with million contract That work
after breaking a glass In the the Canaveral District of the U prime contract for the Together the Indian and Design and Banana twin, double-leaf bascule bi Maes started In JanuarylVtl3. Set For Tonight
show cat*. I S. Army Corps of Engineers to Banana River causeways pre both the Indian spanning the Imercoaslal Cahagan Dredging Corp., of .
causeway.The supervised
,. vide a 13-mll direct route .between River Causeways was middled the 1 New York and Tampa, handled ". c
An all fotnr" bulletin IIal the 'National Aeronautics and Indian River Saueewayconnects Canaveral District of Waterway in the .. the \ \
the of TItiuvlU
Cape Kennedy, Merritt by the dredging and fill for both A special meeting -
been sent out for the ImmedIate Space Administration with the new fourlanesection river. :
the Corps of Engineers.Resident Council has been
.
Island and the mainland.The Army under two separate City
apprehension of the thin NASA's John F Kennedy of U. S. 1 south of Highway main into NASA's engineer In charge of The causeway interchange causeways $1.7 million. called for tonight at 7 p.m to
gate
totaling
ti, the lieutenant said. Space Center plans to open the 50 on the mainland at Addison Merritt Island moon launch the construction: was Ralph I. with U S. 1 was built under contracts consider I problem which lid

The new Chevrolet wen four-lane causeway to traffic in Point arisen between a developer and p'!

scab plastic models that Are Baffled By the city on rlght-of-way on Harrison :
were Incased In a diipUj -.. ," > Accident Investigators I Street and the validity! of
rack on the showroom floor : I a building permit Issued to Floe
of the Chevrolet company, b I ida Power and Light tor a new ,

They were about 4 Inchei Case substation on Rt. SO.

long. Missing Passenger I Norman Rnsamsn, manager ,
of the Titusville Land Develop. '

UF Drive Ellis ment Co. Is requesting! a hardship ".
driving en Chllders. 8, 4261 Beverly' 50 feet from the scene but coruldrration relative to
I The Case of the Missing Pas another man was actually found no one. Colonial 1 t.
within
(
the o
the car and had been In Lilt St., was driving North slimat-- rlght- -way .
43 Per Cent sengers might have been th accident but could not be found. ed at a high rate of speed, lost The possibility the person, If Heights Subdivision.
title of a Perry Mason Mysteryand Smith Ambulance look Kramelto control of his vehicle: and spun involved In the accident might: In Rosaman'i request for a 1.
the till would have certainty the Jess ParrUh Hospital Into the drainage ditch: on the have been thrown from the setback variance he allegeshe f-
fit two auto accidents which treated and Ave automobile and underneath' the will be unable to build on the
South Hopkins
It's Goal where he was west aide of
Of occurred over the weekend In released and the search began Chlldcrs was taken to Je sParrtsh I car prompted eight men to balance of the tots In the sub
North Brevard.In for the "missing! man"Members Memorial Hospital' pick up ono side of the car as division! and also on other tote r(
The United Fund of Erevan another searched on hands and of his subdivision master plan. \
accidents, one "
two separate before
Patrol
of the Highway the scene
County 1964 Campaign close 1 Witnesses on knees while the ten side of the City Attorney! Dave Porter win
the second week of reportIng Friday night on South HopkinsAvenue Auxiliary brought In their the ambulant arrived car: was rallied off the ground report his findings on the validity I
with 43 percent of Its goaL Th near Titusville High 1 rescue unit and began<< searching mentioned' that Chlldcrs said about S feelAlready of a building permit Issued to
and another early Sun the deep ditches, filled with water another was In the car
amount of $153,686 has been reported School, person Florida Power and Light for a
to date. The County'i' day morning about four miles for a possible body. Also the when the accident occurred, men had made many substation on Route 50 and Sun

goal is $364,000. North Erevan west of S. R. 405 on Rout 60, Sheriffs Department rescue unit stemming to the search trip through the area trying to Road. The construction U being
area receives the dead duel persons involved In the accidents! was called and entered Into the The car landed In water nearly find the /person before a wrecker challenged by Dr. Alvin Kahn,

award for the lowest reporter claimed that another person was search. two-feet deep In torn places arrived on the seen and removed a property owner adjacent to
percentage of its goal In the car with them at the time However later. It was found and surrounded 1 by trees vines the automobile from the the substation and by other adjacent
of the crash, but try as t h e y that "the other man" had !left ditih. property owners on Sun
Central Brevard area was the< could and heavy grass, made the
did Investigating officials Kramel about two hours prior searchedand Road I
la' area to report for the week CAR CAPER-Det. Lt W. J. Bohannon at scene of not find "the missing persons". and had gone home. search near Impo Bible Attendants I The no car evidence was quickly of another person
with $7369. This brings Central accident on Rout 50 featured he from Smith Ambulance
The said '
Brevard to 37 percent of its crime, where new 1963 Chevrolets were' stolen from a W50 Ford driven by charged Trooper Kramel limners with driving on Service, along with auxiliary riding In the autol1wb'lewas Presbyterians Name ,

goal of $47.400. The report was Gus Faulk Chevrolet sometime over the week-end. James Monroe Kramet V, of the wrong aide of the road and pollcmen, and volunteers Later found., a policeman! said reports Architects For New ,
made at the Cocoa Lions Club The cars were plastic models.-S-A Photo. Christmas. According! to High driving/ with a suspended driv Immediately Jumped into the from the hospital revealed
meeting held at the RocUedgi Gunners, Unmet sometimes! on Church Plant ,
way Trooper Tom er'. license. water, searching<<: Chillers had definitely said another ..
Country Club on Thursda,; west on Route 50 their bands and knees( on bit!!
was going I
evening. Included In the repor I Chamber Of Commerce Annual and evidently crossed the center The occupants: of the other car. sides ol the road and as far person was In the auto The building committee of 1
alas Church of TVtusvtlle
and bis wife were First Presbyterian
Holmes,
On 11)
Continued Page )
were three awards each for line of the highway Into the back into the swamp area II ( .
treated the selection
Parrtuh. announces
Jess \
taken to
'
three companies: Cape Cars of east-bound 1M1 Chevrolet -
path an and released. None were seriously ol the firm of Anderson. Bruce, ,
Hooper Motors, and Hoopei I Banquet Slated For WednesdayUnited driven by William Robert Johnson and ParrUh. ,
Injured Henry
awards Foreign for Cars 100 percent Each receive partlci Holmes The front, 21, of of ClewUton.the Chevrolet hit I TKusvin Policemen, Auxiliary Junior Women Join and with Olla office Beach In SL as Petersburg architects ;' .;'
and fire
paUon by employees employe* States Senator GeorgeA. Commerce will be totalled. the side of the Ford and sent the men, volunteers snake Infested fur, the new church plant to be
scanned a deep
gull averaging and$1400 or mon Smathers will address t b xi They art Attorney Gil Coshorn, Ford careening Into the ditch: on I men drainage ditch near TVtusvUle erected at the corner of Whispering -
per employee a company side of the highway
gifts average $14.00 or mon Annual Banquet of the Greats president: hardware owner Lyle the When right the Sheriffs departmentand High! : School late Friday JC Removal Fight Hills Road and Barna '"
of Commerce in an attempt to rescue a Avenue.
Titusville Chamber night
per employee. Shaffer vice-president; Citizens the highway patrol arrived I A fund.raising campaign for!
Involved la a
?
Wednesday night al Bank president Bill Nevta, at the scene. Kramel was tying person single car reported accident Titusville Junior Woman'sCub Mn. Jan Van Horn, president the building project will be conducted I I ;I'

IRC Forum Parkway Junior High School treasurer; Mime insurance and on the rightd-way on the suffering ten. I The search for the missing has gone on record I In sup- of the Junior Women said today arming members of t a e
side of the highway He was
cafetortum.Smathen citrus owner Lyle Duff, ..... fora- never materialized. PIl'UnIIhe Tltusvllle Jaycees ''n that at It. Oct I meeting the church congregation.February
from a cut on the person voted to aid underway in ,
Florida's junior '. According to Investigating fighting against the courthous club unanimously getting
tar bead.
Tonight )
senator, will round out a program .I Kramet told the officers that officer A. L Curry, Earl Bow- relocation move the sible"Jaycees.to try In to"any halt way the court-pos I 1963.

Part I of the political forum which will also featurethe houM removal. She Indicated Bulletin \'

for candidate for federal., stet selection of Tltusvtlle's I the club win await bwtructkms

and county office 'In the Nov. ]J "man of the year" and t b I from the Jaycee as to Us! partin WASIHiNUTON (AP) The '
election will .. _lei tonight at Burns Rally Tuesday the
the to keep
program
the CIvic. Center on MagnolliAvonuo. "dub of nominations the year"Ttw have beta I courthouM\ In Tlttuvtll Admlnlstrstion National Aeronautics said today and tt Space will

Candidates for County C o nmitsloner > made and the chamber: selection Curtis Fetch has issued continue It be The adios of the Womaa't select 10 to W scientist! by next
H very important
Manager may *
I speech.
Democrat NomInee for governor I make a campaign Women to train as astronauts. -
OUtrkts 1, 3 and I J has chosen ibt Club cam after the Junlur spring
rutch
committee
will be prisons, abe the undo I individual and the service club Haydon BIl1lI111\ be InTttnsYlBe win be here for two4hree an 1 Invitation! fur North stated to u la the inure of Melbourne and Cocoa Interested scientists! lam

data for Slat Senator and i ,which will have the honor of w- tomorrow for a giant hours to visit with his support. Brevard residents to tare out Office: workers and !IVUUM- Jumped la to the relocation until Dec II to apply. >
School Board member Themes calving the award but Jack North Btevard Rally and all en and to answer questions.A forth and greet the Mayor and gubernatorial wives have been enpedaBjr Invited fight In support of their brother NA.'i.inItially selected: seven
S. Kenney of Cocoa Beach, tandidate Schwtensberg. chamber executive : campaign committee here erg huge fbh fry to planned also I candidate. II* has.. Indicated to attend and have inner) Jaycee CtelM who are pawing military tent pilots for.PnJect:
e* resident to turn out and rally which Is to begin the removal' of Mercury to conduct orbital;
for U.S. CongrestmMfrom director said the Barnes that Burns "Jus warm' wtth Mayor and Mrs. Burns and petition asking
until abnot a
and last In
at 11 ra. one-man
Jacksonvffle Mayor. a nujwkins spacecraft
this dUtrkt, wUl else. fcTh win not be released until Wed- greet Boras the will arrive here about } p-m. Along with the Indian I sput la his! heart Jot North Bre I' to ask questions\ and discos any the county seat central from location.W' Tltusvttwto ." The NAM astronaut pool hashu
pnIIfIt. DeSC1aYIIIght. traditional vard for Uw resounding endorsement problems with them The park "a more
11 am and all be heralded River mullet, the sth1itaevl I e been expanded, and now
fonwi, spemerod ky thi Intend to help
him I la th has a playground wbieft can en-
primary
slaw are given
IRe CIvic Aiclatt win start Abe. at the amoral banquet te thNNtgh town in a nv** ade. bush puppies and cole sad w* would like I to set lilt aDo certain the children while\ tb eteatM4see any war we ** ,* Mil I totals a men for\' projects, r" .Gem. .
of the menu. and ApoBoV r
at I '-"". and ,""'IeI"t appr 1' ,,1IeWIY elected officer of the He wtU arrive at BiaatM Park part Brevard Campaign I latest la North Brtvard are going ML Vdl lien sakt I U S.
and will North t
imatoiy ten fcvrs. Greater Tfcusvffie Chamber of the MU of tile rafly,





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Permits SlowThis
-v MULLET
And Employment Toe Perhaps this time It will be lion, I found myself reduced
Fritter: there at Cape Canaveral a name from full disability to a mere
2WRAPPER No mobile home dwellers ever synonymous with our spaceprogram. forty per cent This drastic was not a week to write
It A Big WelcomeThe had it better than the construction From the Cape it is setback by the Veterans Administration home about in the building per.
worker and his family, who only 13S miles to the nation's reduced me to serious mit business as far as tile County

are fortunate enough to find 1 oldest city, St Augustine, and embarraslng circumstances. I Zoning Office business
man, who will probably serve the greet sun- A national "Big E" campaign, remarks were probably unprint work in one of aun-ehiny Floe 85 miles to lovely Daytona contacted all organizations I through Thursday is concerned.For .

shine State of Florida a* governor for the next two run by millions of American, able. ida's growing Industries. Beach. For that special shopping could think of who purportedlycome the week, up to that

years, and possibly for the next six years, will greet school youngsters to help turn' White many people would give trip Orlando i Is only 39 to the aid of veterans in point, things stood at only a
out every eligible citizen at the New leaders of our Chamber their eye-teeth for one or two miles away. distress. The same reply came $358,560 total for the last seven
local residents tomorrow in one of his few stops polls Nov. 3 has been announc of Commerce are real believers weeks vacation In this winter Wives and children of construction from all "you are a deserving days, 23 homes accounting for
along the Bfttt Coast prior to the November 3 elec- ed. nn the numeral "1" at plaweund, we modern-day workers share in the veteran, and good luck to $307.700 of that figure.

tion. least a list of the telephone iYP fes take it all in a year'swork thrill of seeing history in the you." Two commercial permits
Students throughout the U. S. numbers of the newly-elected directors making as they watch the missiles Fortunately I was introducedto the total
Jacksonville Mayor Haydon Burns who won the are in the process of forming pushed up another $28-
reveals this. hurling toward space from the greatest fighting man I 700 and the miscellaneous category ,
Democratic nomination for governor back in May, teams to canvass their neighborhoods The first three digits of all of Sugar mills are being built in their giant launching pads have ever known. Col. W. H.Boshoff. came in for another $22,150of
will be here honor during the week prior to their 'phone numbers are 267 South-Central Florida around across the river. At night the He took my case and
for a big fish fry in his the permits.
election, asking adults to make
(naturally) but look at the last Lake Okeechobee, where acres rockets make a spectacular probed as far back as the day I
event to be held in Blanton Park at noon. a pledge to vote. four digits: and 'acres of sugar cane are sight, their bright flame light- landed on Iwo Jima. After North Brevard had one of the

The Star-Advocate was proud to editorially sup- This is a non-partisan effortof Wendell Sease 0611 William grown in the rich black muck in gthe sky. three years of continuous fight two commercial permits issued

port Mr. Burns in the May Primary. the American Heritage Foundation Nevin 1211, Don McLean 4211, lane, that is sometimes referredto Most of these families could ing of appeal after appeal a $13,700 one issued to Westwood
the Parent-Teacher Association Earl Jones 1111, Henry Hudson as "black gold". Workers never afford time off from their denial after denial from the Baptist Church, Inc., 3112 01 I d
And the Star-Advocate is once again proud to and the National Education 4711, Lyle Duff 0821, Bob Bright there, and their families, can jobs to tour this land of sun man on the street to Washington Dixie Highway, Titusville for a
editorially support him for the November general Association.It 2141. drive to Miami and its famed' shine. They admit this migrantlife D. C., came the happiestnews 28 by 70 foot church auditorium.
election.His is a fine effort, we agree, beaches in two hours. Even' Isn't all a lark, but when of life. Full disability Marvin E. Fisher, 81 Fern Ave.
along with the Jaycees' "Get- Know this Is the 293rd day of nearer is the wilderness of Flor work and play can be combinedso my had been restored was listed as the building con.
achievements as an administrator are hard to Out The Vote" campaign, 1964 and only 73 days left before ida's Everglades and Seminole harmoniously, they all agree compensation. If I had not been introduced tractor for the structure.

top, for the "Jacksonville Story" is truly the storyof but Isn't it a tragedy of America the big bowl games on Jan. 1? Florida Indian reservations, both rich in it's very gratifying. to this great man who Is One residential permit was also -
that we must resort to such history.
the success of Haydon Burns. Very Y. Simmons Service Officer of Bre
Veterans Issued for the north end of
hard work to make adults realize Coaches John Gaines, Larry Lake Okeechobee, Florida's.
The Star-Advocate welcomes Mr. Burns to Titus- their responsibility and take Monhollon and Morrell Bailey I largest, and miles of canals, afford vard another County,veteran I would left have by been the the county. That was an $18,700one ,
Just going to Claude G. Marlowe
advantage of the great freedom and their Terriers must be given ample fishing grounds. It Thanks Boshoff ,
ville and North Brevard County. This newspaper I we enjoy? a pat on the back for a crowd. I Is not uncommon to see an alligator Editor: wayside.Due Col. Boshofrs vast 1535 Hibiscus, Titusville, for a

feels that Mr. Burns is intimately concerned with -_ pleasing show Friday night, regardless sunning himself on canal It is my sincere hope that knowledge to of the law, and vet.eran's home Sherwood on Estates Carpenter Unit Road No. 1.in
Enjoyed a visit with six people of the 13-13 tie. banks within sight of a county with your cooperation and the
the future of the East Coast of Florida, where the rights, I again may enjoy
used trick in the
from the Cocoa area, enroute to They every courthouse in some of the small circulation of your newspaper, of
state's greatest problems are most evident. Gainesville Friday afternoon to book (almost) and gave the towns of that area. One is almost -I I can tell Brevard County my the privileges being a
And the newspaper feels that he has learned of take in the Homecoming week. crowd a real demonstration of sure to meet with Lincoln story. I cannot find adequate veteran of this great countryand Airman Johnson
the U. S. Marine Corps.
the problems of fast-growing Brevard and the valueof end. Demo Senate nominee Jim wide-open football Vale's counterpart, the wildlife words to thank my benefactor,
Dressler and his wife, Brevard Too bad that a big city like ranger, as he keeps an eye out I II Col. W. II. Boshoff for his un Thank you again Colonel"Leon
the ever-expanding missile Industry in Florida. Junior College President Dr. J. Melbourne doesn't support their for alligator poachers, and other tiring effort in my behalf. Your A. MacKnight Now Jet Engine
North Brevard citizens, interested in the futureof Bruce Wilson and his wife and team like this "small" city of I illegal hunters in this country newspaper can successfully do 149 Dover St.

their city, county and state, should take advantage Cocoa Tribune reporter Hubert Titusville. of tall marsh j'ass. what my simple "thank you" Satellite Beach, Fla.

of this opportunity to greet and visit with Mr, Grlggs Jr. and his wife, stoppedby Appeared hundred as fans though only a Construction jobs are short- cannot. The text is as follows: "rwra" aAls ;............. Mechanic
to look over our plant while couple came up. termed however The worker "Thank you Colonel W..II
Burns Jim placed some political ad. and they didn't even send and his family must mo"e to Boshoff. Airman Third: Cass Hic'.i-

Residents should show him that we are interestedIn vertising.And their band. anouier f lob almost always in "Afttr\ : seventeen years of d'' alwa ard E. Johnson, son of T. E.

him and return, in this manner, some of the inter speaking of visitors, our Fire Chief Jim BrownIs anott>er town. continuous disability compensa- Johnson of Rt. 2, Fort Myers
new plant will be on Congressman
est he has shown as a true friend of the East Coastof Ed Gurney's list of places proudly displaying the latest I technical Fla., has graduated from the

Florida. being visited when he comes issue of "Fire Station Digest", a U.S. Air Force tinlng course for
jet engine me-
here Thursday. We look forwardto fireman's publication. On the I
YOUR GOVERNMENT chanics at Sheppard AFB, Tex.
the Visit. cover of this Issue is a large
picture of two new Titusville FD Airman Johnson, now trainedto
Welcome Mat OutThe
We don't think much of this American LaFrance pumpers .A WEEKLY REPORT BY repair jet and turbopropelleraircraft is
of along with Chief Brown, Lt. Harold engines, being as-
type campaign: We receivedin f signed to an Air Defense Com
announcement last week by the Bendix the mail yesterday an un Wilmer and CongressmanEd mand (ADC) unit at Charleston
Gurney in front of the U.S. I
Corporation of the opening of personnel offices here signed envelope news about release a political in a plain ap. Capitol in Washington. The picture AFB S.C. ADC defends the continental

In Titusville was received with great enthusiasmas pearance. It was addressed "Ed. was taken when Chief FARRIS BRYANT U.S. against enemy ail

we gear for our important industrial role in the itor, the Star-Advocate", and Brown and Lt. Wilmer were en. Governor of Florida attack. I

and servicing of the vast MIILA had no return address. Inside route home from taking delivery His mother is Mrs. H. D. Barn-
operation project. were two sheets of thin paper, of the trucks Elmira, N.Y. THE FLORIDA STATE EM. is a basis for getting jobs for ford of Imperial Estates, Indian
The Bendix Field Engineering Corporation containing the release, which The Chief tells us that this publication ployment service new strides workers. Qualifications of the River City.Dino .
a subsidiary of the Bendix Corporation recently was unsigned. Frankly we tossedIt goes into some 20,000 with "OPERATION SPACE" worker are more carefully
in fire stations in the U.S. and matched with the needs of the
the
awarded contract to wastebasket. If
a provide launch-support ser- The Florida employment sit.
a politico or the supporters of a Canada. Good advertising for employer which, of course, Antonio'sRestaurant
vices, will play a vital role in the Apollo projectand politico are ashamed of their re North Brevard. nation reflects an expanding and means a more stable employ. Marvin J. Melsntr
their decision to establish their MILA office growing economy. Jobs are up ment for both
turn address or the use of their and unemployment is down. picture parties. Moose EnrollmentTo
here is indeed welcome news. name, then we have no business This clearer understanding of
the
such Local "YouthFor During past four yearswe the employers needs Honor Deputy
release means !
printing a regard.
While Bendix had its beginning in the automo have attempted to bolster In.
less of who the candidate quicker placement of the applicant '
may
tive industry, it also pioneered in aviation from be. dustry, business and the whole With Operation Spacethe Supreme SecretaryAn Now

the earliest days of the industry and is one of the nation's Johnson"To economy the State by Employment strong support Service of State Employment offices enrollment at the Loyal OpenAmbition

largest producers of aircraft systems and com How about this? The Abilene operations in order to find more know at a glance where the Order of Moose No. 1962, will be
(Kansas Reflector Chronicle job openings are and they havea to own his own business
)
jobs for Florida people and better held Tuesday night, Oct. 20, at
ponents. prints: "A news dispatch says Organize qualified personnel for Florida pretty good idea how well the the Moose Lodge in honor of brought Dino Antonio pro-
Bendix, basically a creative engineering and the government has brought business.A particular applicant will fill the Brother Marvin J. Meisner, prietor of Dlno's Restaurant on

manufacturing organization, comprises 27 divisionsand monopoly charges against toe Youth for Johnson, a national principal factor in this effort bill.This Deputy Supreme Secretary I South U.S. 1, to New England

21 domestic and overseas subsidiary and affiliated bubble gum manufacturers.They organization with local representation has been Operation program has had Innumerable from Mooseheart, HI. from his native Greece, some
are accused of cornering will be sponsored by the employment whichwe beneficial This! is a stopover for Meisneron eight years ago.
companies with products ranging from the mis program results.
the ; To learn of his
market on pictures of baseball the customs
Young Democrats of Brevard his to the Florida State
initiated in 1961. way
sile and space field to bicycle coaster brakes. stars to put in bubble gum County. Brown, then Chairman of Worley the with For example the rising, it economy kept pace in Convention starting In Orlandoon newly adopted country, Din

Bendix is by no means a stranger at the Cape wrappers. One's first reactionto Ruthanne Devlin who represented Florida Industrial Commission, finding jobs for Floridians. Thursday, Oct. 22, to run for worked as dishwasher, waiter
this Is that if our people In bar tender, Boston union local
In Project Mercury the corporation supplied, install government don't have more to Brevard County at the led the program.Operation During the twelve month period four days. 34 waiter and bar tender, and
National Democratic The
ed and Rested sensitive radars that tracked U.S. as do than fret about bubble Convention Space Involved ending on June 30, the State Deputy Supreme Secre- fried cook.
gum
Is presently serving as a new approach to job placement Employment Service placed tary has served the Moose for
tronauts in their earth orbits and also was responsible wrappers, we have too many president of the Brevard Youth with more than two decades, almost
in an emphasis on finding close to half a million people in Many famous eateries have
for ground-to-space communications, telemetryand people which government"To we add For Johnson Organization. employees for the employer, jobs. In 1960, prior to the establishment half of that time in an official been host to Dino's culinary talents -
might
console displays for the Mercury tracking and "Amen"' : Anyone Interested in local and rather than just trying to find over 100,000 less capacity. He joined Duluth among them are Boston's
ground communications Bendix national politics may become employers for would-be em. people were placed by the Moose Lodge No. 505 on his 21st Parker House, Sheritan Plaza
space system. per associated with either organisa ployees State Employment Service. birthday, later transferring to and Lovagls Restaurant.To
Sorta .
funny. 100 after '
sonnel six of the in the years
stations
operated Mercury tion. Hanover Pa. No. 227.
Lodge
still of the flavor
the first use of the word Operation Space, whichwe inject more -
In a reorganization of the
tracking network. "carpetbagger" it Is being The Young Democrats will Florida kicked off in Jacksonville in He came to the Moose Sup. and skills of Americanisminto

Advanced space tracking and communications used again but not in the hold a dinner membership! certain men Employment in the service Service be- July, 1961, was extended with reme Lodge in 1946 as an audi his cooking, Dlno attended
meeting at 6,30: p.m., on Oct. 29 tor and was! to Chief
promoted Boston
South.They're. the support of about 3,000 busi- University to study Hotel
assignments for Bendix also include the ground stations came "account
at the Ramada Inn In Cocoa executives" so nessmen throughout the State Auditor of the Women of the and Restaurant Management.
for SYNCOM, and a new type of space radar calling Pierre Salin Beach. Those Interested in join. to speak. These men take on a of Florida's Moose the fraternity's auxiliary -
eight metropolitanareas
the
ger, 39-year-old former presidential Ing the Young Democrats group of businesses or industries in Seeking even more opportunity
1950. He
that may
electronically aims or steers its beams. aide who with a number of urban was appoint.
the
won as their "accounts" and the booming East Florida
do so at this time. The principal ed his present position in 1952.
Originated with concepts for better ways to Democratic nomination for Sen speaker: at the meeting Mill they make frequent visits to expansions. The Pilgrim Degree of Merit, area attracted Dino and he

stop and start autmobiles, Bendix today is a high- since ator from he has California been that name be Earl Falrcloth, Attorney Gen. these accounts and study their created Operation the image Space of the local has the Order's highest degree, has was promptly working as as-
diversified involved in absent from eral needs what Job openings they sistant manager at Titusville's
ly organization deeply helpIng State offices been conferred on Meisner for
Employment
the as
state for nine and
years wasa have available what of Whispering Hills Country Club.
For dinner reservations call type
his devotion to the humanitarian
to further nation's centers rather
our progress. registered voter in Vlrgtnla.They're 783.5198 In Cocoa Beach, or .\:\ people the account wants to fill community job He has also been employed at
than offices for program of the Moose Fraternity
the of
Titusville Is honored to ranks of also payment
the
join some tagging Bobby %- in Satellite Beach. Prior their vacancies. i the Circus Lounge and Restau-
200 cities, villages and island locations in 30 foreign Kennedy, former Attorney Gen .to this meeting, requests for With this knowledge the State benefits.unemployment compensation I The Titusville Lodge was rant at Daytona Beach as man
countries well U.S. eral, with the same name in !membership be sent to P.O. Employment offices are able to ager and chef, ilso at Wolfies
as as most states where New York, where he selected may This Operation Space! number one In the state last
was place more people In jobs because Cork Lounge, Favatas and How-
Box 894 In Eau Gallie.
Bendix personnel are now serving. The 'Welcome as Democratic nominee, since they are working more program is a type of activity year in signing up membersand ard Johnsons.
Mat' Is out! he has never officially lived in closely with Individual businesses which I like to cite as I travel was the first lodge to sign
that state and was (perhaps still and industries and they havean to other states and other nations -'. up a quota of 60 new membersin Dino has opened his own restaurant I
Airman
is) a registered voter in Virgin Price intimate and acute understanding as indicative of the spirit the state since the National approximately three
Hogging The RoadThe ia. of the personnel needsof of cooperation which exists be- Convention. A class of 80 new miles south of Titusville proper, I
It makes this writer glad that those businesses. tween the Government of Florida members Is expected. on U.S. 1. His specialties in- I
Florida law would prevent sucha Arrives At This new service to employers the businesses and civic associations Other Moose officials expected elude numerous one dollar t
Commerce Department has recommended that thing, 'cause we don't believe and the people of our for the Enrollment are Brother meals, American and Italian ,
!
either man knows the problemsof part of the Pacific Air Forces State. We are not doing for J. 'Okey' Rowand, president dishes.
the weight and width limitations imposed on trucks us- the states they seek to represent Korean BaseAirman I which provides airpower for defense you, but rather doing with of the Florida State Moose Dino his wife and two children
ing the interstate highway system be increased. For- of the U.S. and its alliesin you those things necessary to Association and Brother JamesF reside in Titusville and en-

tunately, however, the American Automobile Associa Second Class ThomasA. the Pacific area. make the use of our tax dollars McKeone, State directorfor thusiastically look forward to
tion and others formidable Remembering some of the Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. lIe is a graduate of Walter- more effective and the services Mooseheart here in Florida, serving east coast Florida patrons
are offering opposition to rather hard-bitten comments of T A. Price of Mlms, has arrived boro (S.C.) High School I lot government more complete. I besides other guests. of his new restaurant.

the proposal. former President Harry Truman for duty at Kunsan AB, Ko
The AAA has termed the Department's proposal while he was the nation's

"very odd" actually, this is the understatement of leader, makes us wonder just rea.Airman Price, an air policeman
the year. Trucks now are permitted to be 96 inches wide, what he said when he suffered previously served at Shaw NoYear'sWaitI
Injuries in a fall last week. Ills AFB, S.C. His new squadron Is
with an increase to 102 suggested in the proposal. Evenat

the present width, these highway boxcars terrorize Titusville (Florida) Star-Advocate I

the touring motorist who has to pass them. FOR

The trucking interests push their luck as they Established 1SW

steadily strive for a greater share of the road. While it 1/0R1D

Is true they pay a substantial part of the cost of new A Published Mondays This Higher Rate

highways, they also increase the costs by requiring ACTM Wednesdays, and Fridays ;

heavier construction to hold the heavy weight of their oauwa y By Tlturvlllo Star-Advocate, Inc.

vehicles. c> 554 0 At The Star-Advocate Building Savings left by the 10th of any month earn from the

Few would argue that these big trucks should be grloN4,. 1100 S. Hopkins Ave. 1st Savings insured up to $10,000 ($30,000 for a husband

barred from the highways, but such sentiment may and wife) by FSLIC, a permanent agency of the U. S.
/\ GO
build up unless they learn to exercise restraint in their MEMBER: Florida Press Ass'n; National Editorial Ass'a and t V Government

quest for bigger payloads. Already they take much of Associated Press.

the pleasure out of motoring and further increaseIn Henry H. Hudson Pres. Mrs. Hazel S. Hudson, Vice.-Pres.
any
Robert H. Hudson, Secy.-Treas. :First: re6eral
their size would jeopardize the safety of the motoring Henry H. Hudson Publisher Robert H. Hudson, Editor Current Dividend Satritujsand
public. David Dun Advertising MJT. S. U Floyd Circulation Mjr. Rite

We trust Congress will find room in proverbial file Second-Oass Postage Paid at Tltusvill, Florida CompoundedSemiAnnually loam Association off TItusvllU.

'13' (waste can) for this new scheme to hog more of the Subscription Rates: Downtown Office Branch Office

road. It's a safe bet that the vast majority of American Carrier Home Delivery 1 Yr. $T.SO e Mo. $4.00 3 Mo. $2 23 Open 9 to 3 Dtlly Also 4 to 7 Friday Washington at Male mN.CoquinaMoneI.y
.
By Mid In Florida 1 Yr. $8.30 e Mo. $3 50 S Mo. S2 00
motorists share this view. Outside Florida -1 Yr. $7.50 s Mo. $4.001 Mo. S2.SO




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.:",. l I Nommalkws lion. Florida,Nurses Office Atwociatk Nurses .

during the 55th Convention131C th bar .
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in Jacksonville ; little. the Ihf
MARKETS e.s.: ', .... sparrow" inrtcal

,. .,.. Fnid Math lk\. Jacksonvlpresident !
sled
:- perfornvroles
tt : Mrs. Wava Hart
Kurt Lauderdale, tint vice p/ In thee
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idem, Mrs Carmen ROM
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mr1l Mr icannette" apcasurtil Kldd M
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rciar). Gene S. ( Hill.i
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Marion i are being
'.. ilI'\'aSul'er.
.. oran as Jam-
Daytona Beach and
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... \\ ,.- ellen IVxtne, Fiat Nursejtying( 6 Pleost) as Mrs. Ifcip'
dirpuorsi abce as Mrs.
.. II PU Milk I toll 1 Inn I Holly as
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i ",.. I!mortal Building in as Lord andpresented

;" 1:}'-,11I.":":''" "....,.. Jacksonville!. -""I lo'4/rri" \'II III Halves #can 2'h 1 Hng n>net Players

et of the
yearA'wnan's
Tasty Real Fig Club
I [" 24 > ( and 14th in
JUice ot. 2 .
F"g School audi
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It's a !
19" c ds.I bet. winning cards, each CES
there will" fifty I

worth $1,400.
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t The $1,400 award represents the average costa C
of food in the United States. giantdoesn't 2 9
supply
j? of a years pkg. \
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You've got a '
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cards, after LIMIT 1 PLEASE, WITH
". of f your "
And that's notantree 19- PURCHASE OF $3.00 OR MORE
add to M.
that up
washing, bear numbers I -she
you can win $117 that' the average cost \I GIANT JAR! / d OffiCIAL .
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of one month's supply INSTANT Paul Ham' out!

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GOOD HOUSEKEEPING -
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c SON'SJ avcee VV yes Hear Miss Birdsong JE

Mrs. Cowart Talk

I On PRIDE, Inc.
LIFT Engaged To
Tie TttasvtOe Jaycee wives

PPER Taeaday msadaiiB atynt! Moon attte first Mrs.H. W. H. Powell Jr. e

1 7ake ha dark iatradaeed

Go Mrs Rite Cowart. peat speakcr Cot (Retd.) aad Mrs. Waters
ar who jMriMinl the da oaPBO the
Gaydea Birdsoag aaMNset
;arks were probably imprint- w >KPruMtat. inppniinT of (her daaghter | TUESDAY I WEDNESDAY COUPON SPECIALS

SSr/or/ Design Work Discussed I Mn James Low Nell Gay.. ta WIffiara How

I years, and ) of aaaoaacid that the drift paron art Pow ., Jr.. of Ration\ BRAND NEW
A
Chamber WIN
our th tldpMeu Penn Sunday was Park. Pirn.Miss .
local reelde RC Women's CLub/ Meeting mmerce are real believ- w eseeBeat Plans were made bjr UNseag gndvsted

along the n the numeral "1" at pl the refreaeaieat committee to front rraaMsn-Americaa High 1965 THUNDERBIRD!
a list of the telephone at Ile Miniature First
'
tion. I liver CIIJ Wosaesa .Is atm ID raise Mrs. Robert (Jwe) WttsMre School Fraakfort Germany
of the di.
I ra i newly-elected
Jackson Monday ta the I mncn as .possible toward th Mrs. Edward (Mk) smmu reveals this. w .14 "OucarNlgst"Clubtome oa Oct. She ansadil Retied JoriorCoDeft ........., n.-s.ta'I' N ..,. J.t slip MIle s.s.au,
M the
Jin. total needed. Jayeee Cocoa aad graduated ... ... his .se --
Rudolph bate Oct 17 Mrs. Martin (VlrgMa. ) ashes, first three digits of all of m' M. eM MpND fa *
DemocraticNuBMij. prejjdent, Another project choke is tbei Rtresmeu4 were hrdahd tries Webber CnBtge. BataanPut ICKE1B DIUS STOIL TM Nod s.t M se- gh.
Mn Ethel Pttkethley Mn Meta numbers S :;
'phone are 267 lay .. ... o
Mrs. Robert McCoaaett and ,
will be her to order, i Teacher of the Year She to eraployed .
nesting I Award A Berry aUy) but look at the last "iain. Afeert Bender i iMenben presently a"r N..N ". .... T. t"N."A
event to bem (Glands) J o h. 'i teacher from the Coquina M ).I The Club will host the November digits: anit ta the Jweafie Section 1 tciiiToiuiMrroiiiIBE525ECKERO
members ta the deS j I"meaury School win be selected meeting of the County 0611 and guesls Mrs i of Brenrtf Covaty ta TtosrOle.
The *i ndell Sease William j I
Mrs. Theodore for this award Mr. Haters the I Federation. Mn Nick (Uttaa) 1211, Don McLean 4211, la were: Mrs. Dale PoweR graduated from Lake DRUG STORES ZEE_ p
eggW Donald Mrs.
Heacock.
port Mr. By. led the r I'principal with a CMSJOttee to Turopoljac wffl be chairman. Jones 1911 Hudson Douglas wales Bfcfc School He sated
,
And thed tile Pledge to tile be seteeted by Mn. wfl nwke I The board recommended that, Lyle Duff 0821 Henry, Bob Bright th Alffens Maflenbiffg., Mrs John Mrs.Lana WlttamB. MrvVlrga six yean ta the Air Force Ute FREE! 1545 Ford Thunderbird FREE!
thededsioM. Hn Joan Amata and Jane last three of which wen ta the I
editorially nation DeartmeIItelection. I The Fine Arts Departmentwith I Gibson be reinstated and that d be dark, Mrs. Robert McCcinefl American Embassy ta Bonn.Germaay NAME .... .......... ......

he program under, Hn Lewis (Thetma) Bowen the cM incorporate. Both fee.OIDMe8daUonl ow this is the 283rd day of nv James, Mrs.Lovaa Edward and Btoteck.Mn. Stephen Mrs Re Is with tbe First II I ADDIESS ... .. ... ... ..........
His achirof Home Life. as aaw.... fc going fall I I passed. and 73 left before l National Bank of Lake wales,
Gloria I swing on their first event' of the Project playground .is moving only days Pantano. FUL cITY .. .. .. .... .. .... .. .
top, for the$! ( ) Jones I
Chairman introduc- 'year They are sponsoring with right along. The ground has A January K, 1915 wedding b STATE .. PH. .. . ..1
of the Mto N. HiDer.The tile help of the Merchant Association been cleared and to ready for planned at the First Methodist !
Design C 00. I of the Indian River Ii grata seed.Equipment. Farm Bureau Annual Dinner Own, TUusvi e. after which 1 --U wIu II NLICTI..CT a.CONESW1FS

ct-lerior I. Klier II a grad- Plaza, a Fine Arts Festival Tbe will be installed. the couple: wffl make their home I

ville and N University of C i n- dates selected are Nov. ..7 from :There has been several cash donations I In Lake wales.See. II I
01 110 am. to 8 p.m. Chief Brown I and the county donated And Meeting Set For Oct. 24 I
Art DesIgn
feels.that 1ege !twill supply protection for the \the fence and the donated
county The
.1th BS de-
the future hU.pwe resign.a She is many paintings of oil sad watercolor the first group of equipment I The annual dinner and meeting Bureaa will be held Saturday Star AdvocateFor II I [} ICE CREAM IBI' L
that will be The -
state's greaession&l Member of dteplayed. I of tile Brevard County Farm Bight Oct M at Oariake Juntor -I
I festival win nave a wide
And the' Society of Interior scope Women Voters Hear High School. 125 Oearlake Your
of Art and will have prizes. TIle I Rood, Cocoa.Congressman. [ Famous Gold Cr f Half
** has studied! the Future
Secretaries Printing Needs!
the problem U the IppI1ect Ir1I : category and amounts will be I Com. Lee Wenner Ed Gurney will 53c'ioDon
announced at a later date Applications Meet At T.H.S. Assorted Flavors
of the ever ;
] otts and cerara- I be till guest speaker of the
I are being received Let Wenner, county commissioner
North She has -
BanpeOttons: now Mr* Lawrence (Jlfl) Ffcnk I for district 4, talked on The Future Secretaries at evening.
of their **" J1SyioM Dinner win be served at I:30 COUPON Tfwtwwfvr_
Beach 'I is the Festival Chairman and the fiscal respoosjbUsUes of the America Chapter met Thurs
age of this then asks that artists desiring to exhibit I county commissioners at the day. ta the Titusvffle High p-m., followed by the annualmeeting '
tun1JJe tod been
Burns. ? their wort caD or write.2E708S Oct 13 meeting of. the PnnV School at 7:30. 4-H girls in 'FN bettor CLOTHES DRYER
ears. Her speciality serve the dinner and also Hoar CsnRaymond's
or 440 Abbott Ave.. Indian anal League of women Voters Tbe called to order present
*1 *ort' maiBly meeting was
Resident fcwboUiofthe I River City JZ7J8. The entry of :North Brevard. by president Barbara the entertainment for the v.h..ll. nr aun.e gistso.IM

In him jW> f First Federal fee is tt and paintings may be I *toner vice-chairman of the Barnes and secretary. Karen Firm a AUTV lourtcgt. dork** 4rytr. 4UUmi 33C
sold. If possible! a special extob- commissioners andchainnaa of Burt 1I members sill
est he has imtion has not been I Duncan read the minutes of me
MraMfflw; lit of antique paintings win be on the budget committee: was Introduced I be admitted to the dinner free R. ILA2A
previous .
T meetfn&Prospective ..
of Florida. ., NoB-memben ( < I VIM MOM* Mm U/U
tt was ta this fielded They by Mrs. H. B. Hanna- members btrodJced desiring to attend s4ralu.r _____
were .
the membership'I) dub actively supports ford, chairman of the Knowi !I should can the Farm Bureau
and Linda Leonardwas
T Y,roam tour was made, many civic groups and charities.i i Your County committee.: : I office for reservations and
>Y Wry home with;' I In order to do this ills neccs'jiary j la answering a list of prepared I Pfd given her membership I tkke s. 134X1 COUPON '

verbal descriptions.LU I to raise money one way questions Wenner told the _
hanging of pictures. I to accomplish this is to have a r women that county funds are, The speaker of the eveningwas OVAL SPONGES

The untapestries m rummage sale. Mrs. William I deposited ta Brevard County Mrs. Joan Brown service:

Corporation of colon for 1 each (Glenda) Johnson is chairman Banks, as evenly u possible I advisor from Southern BeD I For Home, Auto, Win I
in Titusvllla basic plan and I and said that the members are, and that an are insured to the The topic for the evening was CtlluloM $0009 23 C
going to can on residents of thetown "Voice Training. The girls dew, sic.Req. .
d drape* and ear full amount by state law. j I
... we gear for bouseI 'listened to I9c
----- : H" any clothing or tape recordings of
the
-- ia>]l'4our she answered rooms. j I hold Item they no longer need to I A state auditor .Is oa duty at correct aDd Incorrect ways to NEW REVLON'PROFESSIONAf Limit t .. CMCM Win ... MiBP />1)

I .. us from those donate to this sale This .Is the the Court House almost: constantly answer the telephone by bear
",." pieshayed first function to be beid to be said
,l old stand-by help and the commission teg different tones and sound
displayed some oftci3nata support an the civic projects of is bound by state laws. of speaking. COUPONOJl1L1TY
the club The sale sill be held ta Tbe budget committee of three I r 1r.n I II

g scene.' the TttusvfDe Chamber of Commerce Weans, S. A. Faulk and George Nasons Are Back
Building on Friday and
t reports followed King work on the proposed

f-- 'it and the Commun-, Saturday Oct n and 24 from I I budget to keep within the tax Hr and Mrs. Elmer Nana returned HAl RSPRAY I air. "" .eta4 ploifkII Cj

order the chairmanfe a.n. and } p.m. monies allowed. Tbe budget home Thursday from a ,..?... itility *rk p.t.t 13
Harold (Peggy) Publicity chairman reportedon includes new office machines five weeks' trip ta which they .iL Cwiifcra it Me.a .
"' ,fd all' ? girls wboibin I the coverage and releases when needed, and this year includes visited the New York Worlds j
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given this month and thanked another = wiM (MM*: .Mr.w.0.75wcouroN
... Oral SUnday. the members for their help and, Judge and public Fair and at the home of MrNason's ONLY 98 < 1
.... i Jacobus reported I and the defender sister Mrs. Walter L.
cooperation
e ilttee's decision: to newspapers Almost an of the county's income Dave at Rumtord ILL
........ assistance to the: i I for all the material they print : is from direct taxation. K3T _.
ed tile dab activities.Wrj. .
on :
x* boys at Coquma Occupational licenses and fines
V with t the P.T.A.I' Theodore (Rose) >>itcheD account for a small percentage : I PLAYTEX
urTbeCtah started theme distributed the inserts far the .of tbe total be said. GLOVES ,
:;: and found yearbook to aU the members The ..
) tf tbe1anilecl commissionen have asked II q F" PIeytn RNA eter .
support RainiBeeded I present The by-laws and the ,. for a cost study by three en- I .ttnHa14 e'!_ with, 8 9 C
dub calendar will be released
for the boys glowers\ oa moving the CourtHouse '* he citr fl*'*. a.,. sue.a. .
J spar equipraent To' shortly because of the i
present !
ldlx xssary money there Membership chairman K r I. I interest ta the proposed: vote on VALUE I Witt *M M tltn ..,. 1/21)

Jet Rawing for a Barbie'I Kenneth (Marilyn) Kiadsvater, the subject Wenner explainedthat \ A .1

plet wardrobe. moved to accept Mo membership the three million bond issue E. .
+rAn n nt f* Barbara) Crom- Mrs. L E. (Grayce) MeOendon i planned by the commiisionen '' COUPON
a net of Raggedy Mn. H. C (Pal) Ro- would Include
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ble for grondyDoBs that a con-I mine, Mrs. O. G. (Carolyn: Ryals. I indebtedness such some as the unpaid jail i -- 3 EMERY

and consolettin for sale. The the motion passed and the shrub\ is not an pa.k11or. ; I
dub welcomed the three new 1 60ARDSc
ground BpaCfJ -
I members. There wen O guests ..wenner said that tbe Florida I IConstMuUw wI
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sonnel open of orders will be present: Mrs. Jeromenn( ) was wratefl ta I Mp.s&u4..ses l
tracking net first of November 'Johnson, Hn wUford (Mimi) ISO an dots never been chang It took Max Factor 1 }. *. _

Advanctlaldn1 men now.eds I'Paper Mrs. James (Jessie) Ar- ed, although hundreds of .' -.. I ..... w... ati ..... 15x1a .,
w,10 be Used cues ,tlBe. Mrs. Paul (Ann Louise) amendments have bees added. to make me !lush...
asslgnmentl a the Fediatria I Ratz, Mrs. Basset (Dorothy) j The constitution lists the duties a

Lions for SY I Sparing Mrs. Joseph Mary) of the county comraiuionenand COUPON ..n.I .

that electrorand Home life DeLibrary. Torre, Mn. Donald (Janet) I dUes hare mart power PASTEL GLOmore \\:.. j jI
support k f!Klerstead.\ Mn. Robert (Milder) than they do.
Origlna'$cbooI Tbs( Parsons, Mn. Herman (Linda) The only fund that does act. than I L.PADS
stop ana Stan denim time Bra- I Durum Mrs. Samuel (Kally) 1 benefit c cities: is the Road and a m cup..it's -II"

ly diversified quota of material Register Mrs. William (Anita) 'Bridge l fund. An other funds I I a i.q. Ii.

Ing to furth b expired next Kimball Mrs. James (Bobble) benefit city U well as roraldvvfien. a natural a I ant ..... weal. ps4. .... 19

liutr: MOM worth ol Treader, Mrs. James (Betty) I ; Ifs.
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"VBecded. TWs ma- Maxwell.Krs. Danny (Sarah) A saving of ores tlMMH;, glow of'color that I i _;e.-. I" SU
200 cities, vinost be met In or- Bates Mrs. Byron (Sue) Crad- I the past one year and a half' PROFESSION

countries accredited. The dock, Mrs. John (Nancy) Dunn since central purdusrg was stiole on with tliiiliHy It (

Bendix per> started has been reated be i 1 coupon ggaggggp
Mat' is outt1 anoa or fO'lD11101 or Tea; pointed out Minor pwtftjue little brush COUGH

#ford National Bank of Titusville may be made or seaR etner- > IRAIR PERTUSSIN
pile purchases, out of central t L SYRUP
IIo :'ol' FLO.IOA. AT THS no s or .u.,. .. .,. purdtaie. Date Cunnagaam ts : GES=====>

"" I bead of Central l Purchasasg.Coramtaloner 4-cx. bottle
l." .tn.o''' to f'LL "UI; 8' towrTAOrtNt 49Ci
...JOIt'. IaDIM oklaaes I .. Ia11OID b enact congratulated I use it ova or b Reg. 79e

The troenf. wan ...... "'IL A5ILTD. 0..b ____ Is so well versed the women on parties oa being and a..I ..M.....M.. ...swim

the weight and a."a:'.t-.w.p-.. ur.. ...- -.u. keepteg office holders oa their place of malc-cp_ SPBAYIr

ing the inter -. anasw "**. i
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tunately, hot? --- .. .... .s..sew. all over my fact I II COUPON gJjM an
.. ""* "..,.. ... .cwl u. ... (III.. .e I New members lathe chi I

tion and otharr, ( *:..(Ni._.f sat-rwn..l __ __ ei.M co 1n ;:.' were introduced by Mrs. Henry Now I'm tte girl I, I I PHILLIPS MILK OF

the proposal., ... ._. ._____. .$6.aI..... Spates. membership chamnaa. I n MAGNESIA4oa.liquid
The AAA They are Mn. wlttam Hoghey. who bushes
** y wlnx.I >>n. Richard Sanford. Mrs I Itfat
"very odd" J '
John Mrs. )r 26Tys
Btshop George
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the year. True] UUtUTJKa ley and Mrs. ftWam Bar'j'i a compKment e II 39c
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with an increifj*! I AMfUl"I I A meeting wU Eon of the I 11.a w._ Ibx)

at the present ..,.,JS,2J *I k .: I- | lid aaUms wdl be held Jointly I PASTEL GLOW e Tys;st r*sa ga
the touring m ,aItH eta_ oWW *- *- t-_-- S with the A.A U.W. oa October by
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The truck.** __ c'-u._ : 8 I p.m. at Whispering Rfii MAX FACTOR U _. _____ COUPONWAX _
School cafMorium The public
striveMM .. ..._ u"
steadily fu I ts Invited and the older child-

is true they p.. are M... ...-. '" iiii: ten learning about the C N arttlcfltne. PAPER I

highways, the .. "iBtH-natJonar coot. I|i
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""*'"* --- nsrewp.aN ifS wiB be served teHw-mg the hsl.ae M.rtd
heavier const?- cams.bars =rirn I meetug. This is tilt feJional-formuU tuir 100-ft. Rl 16 I
vehicles. : 1:.. f 1ft. 2Setl
..w..a.i smmwas'"' w ... spray you could lit only' in top beauty I
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Few wouPbarred _ __ __ ___ nom PEO Plan I n. _w.i 1-rp
........ Chapters A rfeU fmuf mtlmi mt
from "** ... ..<< MtwJ paa'"l 1 il3M, until now! A giant $1.50 value
Luncheon
build unle1 A-'5 w I.fIalquest FridayThe tLiitt_ .. .. Kli !
up $ -at just 91'1 (Donl ask us how It's
for bf"e c...ai ........ a....... October Central .. spil sat _*..., gg&grtt_ COUPON .
Florida I Mw.. ',.1, possible atthisprictJustiitit!)

the pleasure tc. ...... ftoe r.+wt .. 1M ........... wfl Redarortty be held meettng at the H of the PBO Vtraoa NIGHT LIGHT
in their size wr a.i..s lam cll. = Ie ......Y am ... mewMr -t J
a.osWe cM tea ta Vteter Park
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public. s Oct. a 11 '
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.n:1: Al unafHaates are hntted to 29c
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'13' (wasfe cal"" .. attend. Reserratens may be Stores. I ,... (
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Mrs Clata Lambert Titusville I

oNortA Brevard II .us\ elected to the Committee on car/Jon

Nominations, Office Nurses Sec. Phon* 267-3994 with
non Florida Nooses Association
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dining the 55th Convention
; Oct.
I I t.-l8! m Jacksonville The infest toreador In town About 30 young friends of the I prine everyone with her portrayal
(and probably the only one) Yates cMMretn$ attended the I of Allza Pollttte, "the 1ft.I .

I other officers elected' were: celebrated his first birthday party enjoyed playing games I I tie cockney gutter sparrow" in

PJHS Honor Society Prod Mathinon. Jacksonville, yesterday. Scott Yates, adorable and were especially delightedwith I this delightful musical.
Holds president Mrs Wava lIaM, young son of Sandra and the "Pumpkin" birthday Many other talented performers -
Initiation l F'n, i auderdale.. first vice president Charta YaM! 2621 Merry cake. playing lead rotes in the

T Mrs Carmen: Ross Miami Lane, was all decked out for There weren't any real bullsto production include James ROM
Parkway Junior
SocIety initiated High Honor / ie.u-h second vice president the party in a complete and fight but when the tiny lad as Higgins John Chapman aa
members:: three new Mi- leanmtte Wahlbom. Fort authentic "miniature" toreador crawled Into bed after the days Cut Pickering Betty KMd as
at a
meeting held Monday a AA I audeidale! third vice president ro tul1k'h was a gift froman gala festivities It was prob- Mrs. Pierce "Buzz" Brown as

4' Mn Martha Wolfe, Miami secrctan uncle ably to the tune of "Ole' and I Allis Doiittte and John Ifagafl
Initiated
were Pat
HDiana Ambrose r Gene S. (Craned Miami, The youngsters Uncle AM! "Off to the bullfights" in a as Freddie Eyiwford-HUl.
Cato and
jEvie Childers Cinday Hursey. 4 N, treasurer, Marion E. McKenna. Abru, an administrative assist child's fantasy land of dreams. Supporting roles are being
a new transfer
member from another school Dayiona Beach and Mrs Mary- ant in Caracas, So. Aml'l'lca.purchaNl'd I played' by Ken Moran M Jamie
:was Introduced. : ellen Boone Fort Lauderdale the unusual gift Four of Titubvtllo top young I Jan Van !Horn as Mrs. Hopkins

.. The society is endeavoring to.get ; dimtorx while vacationing In Spain and men were pt't'll'ntl'dlth! theRepreMMithePe I Martha Farabee as Mrs.

: : seats for the inauguration :of: i The asMiclatkin maintains its mailed it from Madrid Seems! \ Mulay award EynNford-IIill, Jean (Holly as
I like this Is fast Saturday Mrs. IllRglns, Terry Terhuneas
nhe' next President in Washing. headquarters in the KNA Memorial becoming a tradition evening during al
:Jon. Letters have been written Building In Orlando in the Yates family special program>> at the Masonic Zoltan Karpathy and Jack
To Florida Congressmen request- since Scott's brother, 'hue Temple This is the highest and Norma Larks as Lord and

Jug their assistance in obtaining I I (now 4\4) received a slmlllar a\\ard a boy can got bv : Lady Boxington.

these, however seats are usual. I Jacksonville Nurse outfit from Uncle Able "while "self attainment" In De Molay The show Is being presentedby

:ly;) reserved; for high school hunger Gets FNA AwardA vacationing In Spain" on his and Is second only to the Chevalier MaHk and Hammer Players
societies. first birthday. Award presented by the us the main project of the year
registered nurse from Jacksomille The beautiful costume has Supreme Council of De Moi.iv For Tltuaville Jr. Woman's Clubon

I Junior, Cadette b recevcd the highest; t black !satin and brocade pants Receiving this high honor was Nov. 8, 7, 13 and 14th In

Girl Scout Leader ( award annually bestowed upon! and jacket, l'mlxl8tll'l1lIh a Randy Ziegler David Swoyrr. the Tltusville High School auditorium
I an individual nurse by the Fete gold sequin decoration: : white David Partain (who Is away at under the direction of

:Badge Workshop SetA i i ida !Nurses; Association! lace shirt, toreador hat and college) and Mike Knight. \\amla Wycoff and Sandy
: boots, red cumberbuml with PmedliiK these ceremonies Gomlklnd. Proceeds from the
badge workshop and round 1 s 1 Mrs Betty Thornton. R :N. matching cape. And we must the lilue Ixxlge dedicated the i event will benefit Jess Parrb-h; &
'table discussion on proficiency'' NN// was named the winner of the say Scott makes a darling little new barbecue and served a delicious Memorial Hospital and various 1
badges In the Junior and Cadette h ttM! FN.\ Commun ty Service
toreador' chicken dinner to all the other chantablo projects of tho
Girl Scout program level will beheld I Aw ird today at the 55th convention i
The Yates household was guests. club. watch for this one, It's '
for all Girl Scout Leaders of the Florida Nurses Association
decorated In llalloveen
a motif, sure to he a good show.
Tuesday, from am. until noon, I being held at the Ho with orange and black streamers The "My Fair Lady" you've
-at Citizens Bank. 'del George Washington Jack.mm'i-
FAMILY OF MODELS: Florida and his "date" Barium Cory all in vine )Kla. balltxms and a largo pump boon hearing about Is none
.. All leaders are urged to attend kin highlighting the decor, other than a vivacious newcomer i
Greeters Newcomers Club ended their evening wear. Proceeds from the
:3>r The have someone will to attend.be conduct- recent fashion enow-card party witha event will benefit the Brevard Juve- The Community Service Awardan to town, Gene Putnam j

Jed by workshop Citrus Council trainers: "family of models", Dean and nile Supervision Center.-Carlson engraved! plaque is given I Gene: (yes, we've spelled Itt'III'l'l'l.1) I.-
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Christine Broyles Chris Broyles Photo each year to a nurse who has ) has a lovely voice and, I I
son I
Mrs C. Durian and Mrs. Robert demonstrated outstanding service r A from the rehearsals we watched

:'Comparato. to her profession( and to her f last work, Is going to sur
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I 'HIS IS YOUR INVITATION TO
U. S. 1 Beautification Home Loan Closet Judging Is dune by a board of
: Nursing Florida citizens, chosen to serve
as judges because of their own REVIVAL SERVICES

:Hibiscus Circle Project Being Organized In Area demonstrated community In which service they to live the at the -


-. Mrs Paul C. Bamforth, Chm' ure of decorating the tab'es' for Sick room supplies and equipment lie president of the Hirvard Judges! for the 1964 award I LaGrangeBuplisl

: nan of Hibiscus Circle of Ti. the Annual Chamber of Commerce are needed for a Community Home Nursing/ Advisory Council were: Robert II. Hudson, Editor.: ,

t :Jusville Garden Club, presided dinner, with all\ circlos Loan Closet, presently being met recently with several local Titusville Star-Advoeate: Pr ) Church
.at the first fall meeting, Wedncs3ay participating in decorating.Jack organized for the Titusville area. women to make plans for the David Polo, President of the 1
: afternoon, at the home G Horton, widely traveled Mrs. Harold Davis of Eau Gal- loan sen'lce. University' of Tampa; Judge
;; Fres S. Salter, 1935, OldJixle and renowned authority on the The meeting was held I last James S. Moody, Circuit Court 1 Come and hear our new Pastor

; Highway, with Mrs. WH. subject "Bonsai". was Introduced Grand Instructor week at the home of Mrs. C W. Judge lltllsl>ormi|>h County BRO. BILL PARROTT

;Gill, as co-hostess. and gave an interesting and:! Danenburg In Minis Others Floyd Bowen, "resident I of the Pormor Missionary I. BrtillSIRVICIS
Informative talk on the subject O.E.S. To Visit present were Mrs. Irene Law Florida State Chamber of Com IACH IVININO AT 7130 P. M.
Mrs. C. W. Kimes
,? Secretary), He demonstrated with miniature director of nurses for the Bre merce. W. Art Locittd North of Tltuivlll on tfio
i read the recommendations of Titusville Chapter No. 6 Or Old Dlxlo
Highway
trees, which he had on dis "
i the Board of the Hibiscus Circle der of the Eastern Star will vard County Health Department Mrs. Thornton Is the Directorof 13LTWIIERE'ST11EBULL
for the members to vote play. honor Mrs. Carol Grlggs, ; M Laura Elder: public the American Red Cross '" Little Scott I
The members and
guests were
')pon. After discussion, the invited into the dining room Grand Instructor of District 25, health nurse, Mrs Milton Kin- Nursing Service, Jacksonville Yates was all dressed up A La Manck Salon Is always near you!
kle and Mrs B
members decided to have as and served dainty refreshment! at the regular meeting Tuesday Virgil Conkllng I as a miniature toreador Melbourne Cocoa Orlando Daytona Beach
their main project, the beautifl- 8 Purpose of the I Ix>an Closet Is for his birthday
of tea cookies and nuts, from a Oct. 20 at p m. DAR Chapter Will party
cation of the median U.S. 1 to collect, store and loan sickroom i
on tea All members and visiting celebration Sunday but
prettily appointed table overlaid L
directly' in front of Jess Parrish with an imported cloth, members of the Order are welcome supplies and equipment fur Meet TomorrowThe from the look on his face, TITUSVILLEi Open a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday \
:Memorial Hospital, using the centered with silvered floral ar home use. Such a plan has boon didn't seem to be quite Wednesday, Friday Toes, and Sal. 'Tll S p.m.
plans as recommended, for In operat Ion In the Melbourne- first meeting of the new
Mrs. Bertha Demond. Worthy
rangement.Mrs. contented without bull
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of and Eau Gillie area for several year of Indian River Chapter
evergreens
planting; also palms voted to continua Bamforth poured tea and\ Matron, has announced 'a years and has proved helpful. Daughters of The American Itev to go along with it Scott, r BEAUTY GIFTS
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for all officers Monday
coffee from the silver tea setsIce practice
olutlon, will be held one old son of Mr.
year
the beautification of Tltusville The ankles are loaned without Tuesday R E
Art Center; to place a garden to the members and guesti. Oct. 26 at 7:30: p,m. charge. at the home of Mrs. L. B. New and Mn Charles Yates L AND SERVICES!

book on the library shelf In Any and all articles used In I man, Coquina Avenue, Indian of Merry Lane, received i iS
South Tltusville; to sell liquid Brevard Teachers To Hear the care of the sick are needed! River City, with Mrs. S. A. Kit the authentic costume WINNERS

plant food as one project for Including crutches, walkers, bedpans ) :Ides I! III, Regent, presiding. Thl from an Uncle vacation. EACH WEEK e,
money making. The members enamel wash basins, wheelchairs |I meeting will begin at 2:30: p.m Injj In Madrid, Spain. 111
Political Candidatesinvited bed! linens and co-hoMtctMcs for the afternoon treat, au tit. 25 orb?
also decided to change the time hospital i,, ,M .M.
of meeting from 2 p.m. to 1 p.m. beds, etc. t will be Mrs Bertha t Frl! I

pn the second Wednesday of ea:: Candidates for the State Legislature to attend a joint meetingof If anyone having such Items Stringer Mrs, George; I'nwln' FLOWERS FRAN ..1ra
month. School Board, County the Brevard Classroom Teach. would wish !to loan them: to the I and Mrs M H. Smith. .r

Commission, Sheriff and Supervisor ers' Association and the Brevard closet, they are asked to call Any veiling member Is cur "Nctictably luptrUr"
Mrs. William J. Moore, Membership of Registration have been Education Association Mrs. Finkle 28751170Irs\\ Dan :II...."., KlnrUI'i. 1.1 ll.'i I IY.YI
dlally Invited to attend by callIng
Chairman, introducedJhe enburg 287-23KO. Mrs. Elder 267.I I 21 It Garden St. ... W.2111 t t
: Mrs. Reeve The meeting will be held at Mrs Newman, AM 7-2501.
following guests 5952 or Mrs Conkling 267 3749
Jacobus, Mrs. Kenneth Bent Christmas IdeaWorkshops Cocoa High School on Tuesday ,
at 7-41: o'clock. ,1
;)and Mrs. Roy Ramsey.
Mrs Salter, Chairman of Decorations Begin i Each: candidate: will be Introduced

for the Annual Cham Brevard County women Interested i to the teachers and will / GOOD NEWS MOTHERS !
ber of Commerce dinner to beheld in making items for Christmas be allowed S minutes to review
Wednesday, at Parkway decorations table decorations I his platform. A question anJ 1

School, with Senator George gift Ideas, ti :ass etc, are i answer period will follow

,Smathers as guest speaker told urged to attend: a series of work- TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY I /.
of the tentative plans for decor shops being con 'ucted by Mr. V.F.W. Auxiliary
October 20th
lions and Mrs. It. T. Williams, Sue B Young, County Home Work Session Set and 21st f ft
'Mrs. E. Enigson and Mrs. Wil Demonstration Agent
liam J. Moore named to in held get a beautiful8x10"
were First the series was The
t Tltus\'U1e Auxiliary 422X: {
decoration committee. This is this morning at the County Agricultural Veterans of Foreign Wars, will I I l
tie* -Mirth time that Titusnlle
Center in Cocoa and
hold its weekly work session
Garden Club, has had the pleas- the subject 1 was the making of Wednesday at It a.m. at the

Christmas tablecloths and placemats home of Mrs. Edwin Cribbing,

Radio AmateursA Auxiliary hospital chairman.The I
The schedule for the future: project will be making picture of your child
large number of area Nov 2 "An Exchange of Giftideas" tray favors for the patients or(

radio operators attended the : Nov 23 Tree skirt, Jem Parriith Me'll1orlalllulipltal; t
lust meet ng of the North Brevard snowman and other decorative aim scuffs for the Lake City V A JUST t
Amateur Radio ;octcty at ld a*" lie 7 'Mnking candle, ; hospital only 981h'

:the Chamber of Cmmerce, i, artificial tree and wtllll": Dec All' members are urged to at. REGISTER each visit to our talon
building. 118 "De<.'6I'al,", with greens tend bringing their "sewink" drawing each Monday no need to

This building will be used as Workshops are open to I he I'equipment and sandwiches The be present to win! Hurry on in for

the regular meeting place for public 'dessert and beverage will be our 4'

the society on the first and CRUTCH fiELDS MOVE furnished! by the hlllttesll.i .

third Tuesday nights of each Mr. and Mrs. Albin P. Crutch. I i COLD WAVE 1 1LA
SPECIALS!
month and on alternating Tues field and daughter, Ann, have I Post, Auxiliary :
day nights for code instructions, moved to Howey In t h cHills : .
being offered by club members where he will operate hill : To Meet Thursday PINUPStaluihrt
MA RICK LA FAN COLD WAVE
Interested. fruit business. "
;to anyone brokerage They TttiMVille Post 4228. Veteransof it CRANFJCooit 695
6'1O value, 11M
Comparable only
have rented their home at 171$ "
New officers elected at the Foreign Wars and Auxiliarywill I (o Cooif
Park Ave. to T. Strickland, who \
Oct. 6 meeting are: President, works at the Cape.MICHIGAN hold l Joint meeting. Thursday LA MARICK ASTRE LANOL WAVE
Bruce Hoover: Vice-president, at S p.m. at the POI comptnhl value 2800 only 995

Gary Calhoun; Secretary-Trea- VISITORS Home. An members are urgedto \ '; Bring .ll the childrMi undw (2-1( 9.10, eves. 9*<
.'surer, Mrs. Dorothy Lee; Em- Mr and Mrs[ Bill E. Henry of attend. 1 PARENr8' ech toktfl iMgly" art| ..10 1 Group only $1 1.00 p.rYou'll Each: Wave PrWH' CompVttf
.ergency: Communications Officer Farmington Mich., are visitingher Mrs. W,, D. Wilson spent the d.
Lea Griner; Activities mother, Mrs. Irene Kennedy I week-end at CainesvUU as a NIGHT OWL SPICIAL S to f P. M.
\ M. she cut... t>p>* tom end p otai n.l
Manager, Clyde Lee. These presided of Park Avenue. Another recent guest at the home of her sot pow captured by our fnondly looV pKMog/oor Pall with ..ch wore both of La Marled!
over the latter part of the visitor to the Kennedy home I W S. Wilson. They attended the p" -. All Pwr,.i. Sh...,,...
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I """"+ + Select ham rl.i.l..4 NOT rftOOfS! Goo
meeting which was opened for Mrs. Lola Roberts of Evansville 'I FIn ida-Soulh Carolina football it 6..7 '.. lM4 8.IO, 5.7i and pcturti walt.t/ iii.. will be .**." Rotall Value . sic
;discussions on future club projects Ind.. has returned to her home game f .t unbollovobty kw prteot f.r ywtf .,or*..!l.
and community affairs in --- ,y IwimploWallet MM .his Mon 'JOe loch In group
''which the society will partid- .eoooos.do . 1 .f 4 torn pow. Styluts Prices Slightly!


.;pate.The meeting was concluded ; EASY TO TRY 4 ,.... h '., IIINO A ItllNO t

;with refreshmeflU and a film on \ HOURS: TuMWKi( 1 10 AMto i P.M. JlJgherr
PROFITABLE TO USE ..
-"Space Matter" made available LUNCH HOURS 1 1-2 P.M. I
through! NASA. I More Calls Moans Non Buln MTUutrlll
The next scheduled meeting I .,p r

will be held on Tuesday. Oct:
to. at 7:1: pra. It to urged that : f ef# He-- : A\..LCS / BEAUTY SALON
'II Lindsoti
all members and any interested -
pMtau attend as several Area Cocoa & Cocoa Botch yt FIRTH PLAZA f,hono AM 74545

projects are underway which 267-5530 131-7031. I Perk A".. A hush It,..t Tlhitvlllo Shopping, ConHfl.

maximum membership
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'rho11U I: Homcmakerv! Newcomers to having suffered from the de Patrol with complete uniforms, The study program at this elf
Club of Indian River City: held Newcomers to this area are predations of an unwelcomeguest raincoats and other necessary meeting was on the "'l pward
their monthly meeting at the Mr. and Mrs. Julian fossee and label( items. Look to God" and was present.
home of Mm. Jerri Drawdy, their four children, Billy, Chuck, A Harvest dinner was servedat This project is commended to ed by Mrs. P H. Wallace I
1140 Thoreau Ave., last Thurs Sue and Danny. Mrs. Fossee (.30 by the Home Economic the general public and particularly Polly Arm tton:; presented the
day evening. The members decided (Frances) is a native of Graceful Cc- 'tees. The following to those fathers and moth pert "Inward Look at Self
to make lap robes for the Via. and he is a native of guests were recognised: State ers who have children going to Mrs. William Barker presentedthe
County Home.A Jettersonville, Indiana. Deputy Frederick Verney and the Coquina Elementary School \ Part "Outward look atothers"
workshop to complete these This family lived In Chaltabootbee Mrs. Verney and Deputy John Safety can never be stressed .
robes has been set for Nov. 4th Florida for two years Ceil and Mrs. Ceil enough In the age In which we A birthday was also recognized
at the home of Mrs. Louise prior to moving here. Mrs. FOBa The Third Degree was conferred : at this meeting and 4 ,
Rut, 810 Delano Road. Another **} eii4>Jotm at the t.ape asa by Indian River Grange De- all wished Mrs. Esther Anderson -
workshop for making frosted construction Foreman. gree Staff with Worthy Master, Betty Mills Circle "Happy Birthday", Delicious _,_ i
and fancy Christmas candles Sister Dorothy Bowley, In the The Betty Mills Circle of refreshment were served -
has been set for Dec. 2 at the Surprise Birthday Party Chair. The Fourth Degree was Central Baptist Church met at with the birthday honoree .t
home of Mrs. Robby Clabaugh, A surprise birthday party was conferred by the Indian Mound the home of Mrs. Bert ChristIan being served the cupcake with a.,ear
313 Carlysle Ave. Anyone interested given tor Marton Undsey lastudiuruay Grange Degree Staff with Worthy 315 Byron Ave. last Thurs the traditional candle. 4 : t
is invited. evening by nis wife Brother John Cell in the day.The

Sandy Evans, president, has inviieu guests were Mr. and Chair. meeting was opened with Vermont te Florida ) ... -
tendered her resignation as she Airs sawaioie Couura, Mr. and I The following received these prayer and the program "Wor Mrs. Kitty Beer and Mrs. .' """, ,"
and her husband are moving Mrs. Donald Warren, Mr. and I degrees: Bernard Hewitt and ship and Missionary Tasks," Lillian Pope, both from the "'' -
back to her home state of New :Mrs. Richard Cromwell and Frieda Brown of Indian River was presented by Carolyn vicinity of SL Johnsbury, Vermont -
York. Caye Harris, vice-presi. Mr and Mrs. Robert Clabaugn. Grange and Carl Marsh and Carey. Taking part were Betty from which area our PUBLIC DEFENDER SPEAKS -
dent, has accepted the presiden Mrs. LIndsey (Plillis) send! Jerry Cell of Indian Mound Christian and Gladys Holder well-know citizens, Nic and Brevard County's new public Defender public defender In Brevard Countyare
cy. Mrs. Hull was elected as cake and ice cream to her Grange. The members decided to have a Jenny Gentile also hall, have David Porter, was guest speaker seated from left, Kitty Chase,
Vice-President at this meeting. guests. Several small gifts There were 27 members present Bible study class the fourth just arrived to spend the winter during a recent dinner-meeting of Gayle DeRose and Clem Chase. Stand
Mrs. Sue B. Young, Brevard were presented to Marion wino from Indian Mound Grange, Thursday night of each month, In our city. Titusville's Chapter of National Secretaries Ing from left are Arthur Russell, Ernie
Is better known as the "Ice 24 from Indian River Grangeand to be
taught by Mrs. Delores
County Home Demonstration Kitty has been here three and their husbands at the Austin, Wayne Dillon, Lloyd De-
Cream Man". He runs the visitors, Mr. and Mrs. G. .
Agent, was an unexpected but Surrency.An previous winters and Lillian Flotilla Inn. Discussing the role of a Rose and Porter.-Carlson Photo.MOVINGSOMETHING .
Mobile Ice Cream truck in this F Kimmer of Sheridan Grange,
this honored
most welcome visitor at guest at this two. Last winter they elected to
She that area and consequently is a great ..N. Y. meeting Mrs. Inez "
meeting. explained was Hill, go to the West Coast near
this Club was unique in that favorite with all the children of president of the Women's Mis- Bradenton, but both say they
nearly every member was the community.From. Tailoring Clan sionary Union. One new member -. like this area best Kitty and ?
young. She especially wanted The Tailoring Class, open to Mrs. Gladys Holder wan I Lillian are sisters and they
ideas and suggestions for pro Melrot the general public sponsoredby present have rented a cottage on the
grams that the club might be Interested Mr. and Mrs Hugh Holloway the IRC Homemakers' Club, property of Mrs Lucy Fernan GET A
In. from Melrose, Fla., were guests met in the Community Room of Helen Matters Circle
of Mr .and Mrs. Ernest Jones the Citizens Bank in Tltusville dez.Kitty
Other guests present were over the week-end. Jones and last Thursday.Mrs. The Helen Masters' Circle of while here, belonged to
Mrs. Vivian Hanson, Mrs. Jack. Central Baptist Church met in the Volunteer Fire Department IIUNRENTAL
Holloway were Navy buddies Mary Burns, who actedas
ie Robinson, Mrs. Mary Warren the home of Mrs. W H. Barker Auxiliary the Home Demonstration .
and this was the first Ui.le in one of the instructors at this
and Mrs. Maggie Upson. 229 Court Street, recently Club, the I.R.C. Garden -
class stressed the
six that had seen importanceof
The hostess, Mrs. Jerri Draw. years they Mrs. P. H. Wallace read the Club and the Tourist Club.
each other. studying and following the
dy, served home-made cookies outlines and instructions that Prayer Calendar and held Lillian, while not joining these
and coffee after the meeting ad I prayer for all Missionaries who clubs, visited them regularlywith
Another Birthday Party come with the pattern. Mrs.
journed. had a birthday on this date. Lucy and Kitty
Tamara Craddock was honored Claude R. Graham, president, TRUCKHINfe
on her second birthday witha also instructing in this class, exhibited
Trip Te Nanau party given by her parents, some pressing equip Civil Service Exams Staled
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harris of Mr. and Mrs. Charles ("Sonny" ment which Is so necessary
1150 Thoreau Ave., recently returned ) Craddock at 210 Byron when tailoring ooq
from a week-end trip to Mrs. Joseph Slaby, past president -
For Tilusville Postal
Nassau in the Bahamas. TheHarris' Ave.Those helping her celebratethe and leader !in the 4-H Club, Positions

young daughter, Sandra, happy day were her broth gave a brief resume on the care
spent the week-end with her ers, Charles and Paul, Danny and use of a sewing machine. Postmaster Herman Wattwood i itude for learning and perform.
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Bates, Dana Lewis, Robbie and Following this talk, the fitting announced today that applications ing the duties of these
W Stern of Coral Gables. This Laurie Andry, Leslie, Susie and of basic muslin garments fol! for the civil service exam positions. Test subjects will be
was the Harris family's first Wanda Threlkeld, Diana and lowed. ination for the positions of substitute of the following types: ((1)) General O
trip to the Islands. I' Todd Soangler, Bobbin, Randy' Present at this class were: clerk and substitute car.rler abilities, ((2)) Following instructions .
and Rhonda Christian. Mrs. Jack Larks, Mrs. Al Poirier at the Titusville\\ Post Office and ((3)) Address It's to eorf to rent a King Truck. '
Bonk. Meeting Mrs. Glortda Uckteig, Mrs. are being accepted. checking. ( i One low colt coven everything
The montly Bonko meeting Original Recipe, Eula Davidson, Mrs. Helen Substitute special delivery even insurance. You'll find
was held at the home of Mrs. Some months ago, the Favorite Campbell, Mrs. Lou Rowley messenger positions will also be tct Postal liberal employees are benefits entitled including I CAR-TRUCK I just what you need for any sue
employee
filled from this examination. )o b.RENTALS .
Peggy Brewer. First prize was Recipes Press of Montgomery Mrs. Juanita Pritchard Mrs.
won by Mrs. Jan Wolfe, second Ala. sent out notices throughout D. E. Thompson, Mrs. W. H Appointments to these positions leave paid vacations, sick Don't wait another day In-
prize by Mrs. Agnes Stephensand Florida Inviting anyone Pippin, Mrs. Florence Strom, will be career appointments with pay, an and excellent low cost retirement vestlgote and NEXT TIME GETA

booby prize was claimed by with original recipes for food to Mrs. Norene Reaves, Mrs. Anita unless otherwise limited, life system insurance and health KING RENTAL TRUCK. .
Mrs. Saye Harris. send them in for evaluation and Smith, Mrs. Catherine Hell- and the first year will be a probationary group benefits.; Phone JA 3-7315 It Costs So Little.
The hostess served sandwiches possible Inclusion In the next penstell and Urs. Eunice Thom period. Career appointments
and coffee at the close of the edition of "Favorite Recipes of as. become permanentupon Further Information and application '> ,
evening's entertainment.The Florida." The second, In this series of satisfactory completion of forms may be obtain.
next meeting will be held Mrs. Claude Graham of 316 classes on Tailoring was held the probationary period. The ed from the Post Office. PHONE COLLECT FT. LAUDERDALE-1A 3-7326
at the home of Mrs. Doble Boye Avenue, sent in two recipes today (Monday) and the next beginning rate of pay is '2.48per ,
hour. .
Chaney. and has Just been notified will be on Thursday, Oct. 22nd,
that one of her entries has been at I:00 aim at the same loca The minimum age limit for
Circle Meetings selected to be included In the tion. these positions is 18,16: for high (
Circle meetings of the Indian next edition of the book Mrs. school graduates. They may be
River City Methodist Church Graham Is president of the Hot-Deg JamboreeThe appointed when they reach their
will be held on Tuesday, Octo Homemakers' Club of Indian Hot.Dog Jamboree' sponsored 16th birthday, However, persons
ber 20th. Baby sitting will be River City and has received by the Safety Committeeof under 18 may not be appointedto
available at the Church on State many congratulatory compliments the Coquina P.T.A., which positions requiring the operation 1
Road No. 50 between 10:00: a,m. from her fellow memo was originally scheduled for of a motor vehicle.
and 12 noon. bers. last Saturday, hos been postponed Applications will be accepted
Anlto Allison Circle will till next Saturday, Oct from male and female. All
meet In the home of Mrs. Mill- Grange News 24th and will be staged at the qualified applicants will receive !
art Hill, 345 Pritchard Ave. A Joint meeting of the Indian Indian River Plaza.A consideration for employment
Ruby Hobson Circle will meet Mound Grange No. 177 and the hot-dog stand, and all that without regard to race, creed.
In the home of Mrs. Mary Indian River Grange No. 181 goes with it, will be set up and color, or national origin.No ,S
Boggs, 343 W. Coquina Ave. was held at the Civic Center Mrs. Frank Simon, one of the experience or training Is
Vela Cleveland Circle will meet last Thursday evening. Vero members of the committee required. All applicants will be k _
In the home of Mrs. Jim Powell Beach Grange No. 199 memo tells us that they want to raise required to take a written examination .
at 705 Knox McRae Drive. bers were unable to attend due $300,00 to fully equip the Safety designed to test ap-



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The Star Advocate Move I Scottsmoor NewsBy I ROTC Cadet At UF il

W. day Alexander Jr., son a cadet in tee Army ROTC at

of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Alexander the University of PterWa.
Mrs. Edward Rest loon ilvi fertili7C door yard mervllle. Ga., bringing" the Cadet Alexander graduatedfrom I

W-m. 1.ItI'U. Irt''s" Mrs Hire stated inspirational message each evening IMS Hamlin Court, Titus- Admiral Farragut Aead-

Prompts "Sweet NostalgiaEditor's Community Organization :held sexual workshops will be heldat at 7 p.m. vole Is presently enrolled M envy, St Petersburg

t its regular meeting Monday the Agriculture Center in Coma

night at Jon*' Room with for Christmas items starting *
n
( Note: Mrs Lemoine Titusville boasted a Cadillac evening when our "Foreman' the president Mn. Robert AlIen Oct 19 through to Dec II Mrs Robert Allen and SMela *

who Is with Chelsea Title and owned by the late Senator J and "Printer", the late Lee presiding Some items will be table covers and Mrs Dotand Cantreil spent

Guaranty Co. here, began her J. Parrish, who spoke to Howell was abruptly taken Mrs. Allen presented plans placemats, bells, tin can Wednesday in Orlando. -K RE-EECT[ *

working career at the Star-Ad everyone and was indeed a from our midst How, without and estimates for a building gins trees and fresh green' decorations

vocate while a student at Titus friend to his fellow man. plan or the necessity of phone submitted by Ben Busby The etc Mr and Mrs. Bud Townsend( ,

Ville High School) Our churches were Methodist, calls we ill gathered, from Mr. organization deckled to purchase Mrs sue Young, county agent Mr and Mrs Sherman Townsend -K: James H. Pruitt *

(By Mrs. Olen Ltmelnt) Baptist and Presbyterian faiths Hudson, down to the delivery the two MM at the ball was present and spoke on Consumer and daughters, Penny and

The "Big Move" of the Star guiding most of us, while we boys, at the office In humble park so a community building Education: information, Connie and Mrs Winifred Shaw,

Advocate prompted a mood of observed with pride the Rev respect to a man who bad beena may be erected there and buying Mrs Young said visited the Wax Museum of

sweet nostalgia on our part, Mr. Bascom's faithful work at friend to so many. Mrs. Allen aim stated the or she was pleased! with the communih rreaktcnta and Citrus Tower in *

and no doubt it had the same SL Gabriel's church and his As we said, the final copy of ganisation will have to be Incorporated I spirit and member cooperation Clermount Sunday, and enjoyed
reaction on of Titusville's ever constant concern for and or chartered in or-
many the Star-Adovocate coming off of working togetherand dinner at the Tradevinds In
20 odd year.ago residents. interest in every one in our "Old der to have property deeded to increase of membership l.l't'IIburg.l They motored through
prompted
Since the town and Father Hagarlty's Betsy" many it and to hold fund raining *
forward step of memories. any I orkshops set up for October Ocala and enroute home, visited -
Titusville's newspaper was responsible efforts at SL Teresa's and projects. A committee, electedto were' Wednesday Oct 21 at 9 the son at Sanford

for this reminiscent I how he endeared himself to our contact an attorney as to legal a m at the home of Mrs. Warren film Edward Rust, states thata

mood, we begin in a somewhat community.Girl HAPPY Information, was comprised! Hawthorne to make sewing *
icic
personal manner. of Mrs. Grady Sanders, lit r s. baskets and handbags Tuesday percentage of the proceeds
Scouting meant Mrs. from this column Is going to the
BIRTHDAYTuesday Allen and Ben
Busby. Oct 37 at 9 a.m. at Mrs.Hawthorn's .
As a High School student we Leah Conley and "Uncle Dick"with community hall building fund

revered Mr. Hudson as "The the help of Mrs. Judge October 21 tor conHtruitlon of Please send! your news Items to
Editor". We Smith and the late Mrs. J. J. A Halloween Carnival will beheld a men s sport shirts and ties A Box 63, Scottsmoor or call 267398 1c
respected his
gentlemanly attitudes and the Parrish, all of whom opened Otis Livingston Saturday Oct. 31 at the ballpark the bake sale will be held Nov. 14 at whether it is a birthdiy STATE REPRESENTATIVE

both their hearts and homes to Mrs. J, C. Garry, Sr. sponsored by the Keen post t office County Council party, family reunion, vacation ,
Impeccable he went about
way *
One
I meeting will be Oct 29 at Cocoa Group
Democratfa
our town. With fondness the local troops. L. Johnson Teens Club Organization members trip or visiting guests. Also I
are recall .
Mrs
that he Politics meant the late and Mrs Jack Bryarly will have a winner and pie I' Bob Wright and Mrs church news or what have you. P4.. Fal Ado Dy t. H. hull!)
was always referred Hawthorne
esteemed Roy Roberts Mary A. Cullen booth with Mn\ Curtis Fulch in will attend the next A thanks
to Mg goes to all that I
as "Mr. Hudson", and I '
lesson
his eagerness to have at least Real Estate was the congenial Vtinnann Bryarly charge of pies and George San workshop and at Cocoa on remodeling have contributed so far. 1

Needham Bryan everyone Mrs. A. J. Cullen ders in charge of'einprs, and updating clothes I __
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personal news about and shoe ---
Titusville families in each issue gathered at Davis' Drug Store. Barbara Marie Armor chill. The proceeds of this calm Mrs Allen recovering and the lesson painting ,
gave
of his The comforting Jimmy Koon Robin Sieman val will go to the community
paper. BtM
on Premed Man
guided us through our times of hall building fund The Teens In
It was during the Second sorrow and personal loss, later Wednesday, October 21 believe the carnival would help Town life" shopping for the man In I We Don't Check Your Hat.

World War that we began our turning his honored positionover Mrs. F. E. Donniez keep the children off the streets your Doland Attending were: Mil.
(antrens
Mrs
AI fits
association with Mr. Hudson to our much respected Ralph Eaves and provide recreation for the ,
and his newspaper. At first our "Smitty". We can even recall LeUtia K. Benzenhafer whole family. sell Mrs Price Hall Mrs l tun
Sanford !Mrs Edward!: Roi t t. But We Do Give You
task was to see that some 300 when we in Titusville had the Walter H. Burgess Mrs Grover; llalhim. Mrs Warren Every
papers were promptly and accurately time and sensitivity to pause Peggy Willis The Homemakers Club held its
Haw thH'n Mrs
HomerBice
mailed to Titusville's and close our stores in sym Judy Radcliffe October meeting Tuesday

servicemen, who were scattered pathlc respect during a funeralin Harold Radcliffe noon at its headquarters Mrs Robert Allen StewSue

to places most of us had our town. Mike McGee the president, Mrs Curtis anlOr'j Ethel: Young\\omlti(County and Alice Agent Colder and Modern Bank Service

never known about. With a presiding.
Cars meant Ford, Chevroletor guests became new members o
sense of pride, we recall that Mrs Homer Rice called
Boats meant
Studebaker.
a s
after the last came off the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or roll
copy and read
the minutes from
launch, skiffs with mullet nets, THB NINTH JUDICIAL flR. First t Baptist Church will hold
press, Mr. Hudson would remove CUT IN AND FOR the previous meeting followed I Checking SafetyDeposit
or one of the Wager family'sfamed THB" I revival starting rxt t is and will
his coat, roll up his COUNTY or BREVARD 8TATV by Mrs. Edward Rost health
sail boats.Automobile Or FLORIDAIN continue to the 25th with Rev Account
sleeves and assist in the wrap- accidents meanta CHANCERY NO. 29300 chairman who gave a report on Robert Smith pastor of Sum
, ping and mailing THIS BEAM EN'8 BANK FOR Rabies and ,
process -
eager call to Mr. Pirtle for help SAVINGS IN THE CITY OF Stinging Caterpil- mervllle Baptist Church In Sum- e .
that none of Titusville's sons the NEW YORK, a New York corn- ars. Mrs. Robert Allen home I
need for
requireda
a lawyer
oration,
would miss their paper. We call to the late Mr, W. D. Plaintiff. grounds chairman, gave a report iyo Sayings Aulo LoansPersonal
think of his sincere interest in .. on Gardening News and
Wilson Mr. L. C. Crofton or
,
the happenings at our schools JAMES H. MEADOWS and stressed that October is the Accounts a
Judge L. B. Newman. HELEN N MEADOW, hip wife,
and how he would patiently Dofeadanta. month for the last application

edit our weekly column In the Big news was the building of STATE notice OP FLORIDA or HIT TOr of fertilizer for shrubs for the TELLTHEM ra a

hope that someday we too a new home in the area. En. Jams H. Mndo a, and tear. "Plant annuals now for

I might have the ability to determine joyably we think of the timeswe Helen N Meadow, hie winter color", she said "and )V Bank by Mall Loans

proper wording and. could lift our telephone receivers and Addreia all partlea Unknown claiming .. .Ir"j sow rye grass for a temporary
punctuation.As and tell the operatorwith by. through", under or aa-alnet S
laid Jamee H Meadow and Helen ABOUTAWELCOME
we look back we recall whom he wished to speak. N. Meadow, bla wife, and all 2\1448
that City Goverment meant Matters of finance were with bars.any bevies rliot. or title claiming or Intereat: to MITKK TOl FAl'DB!: Tn 1ON... I.INDPKMAN.NRalpr4ls Horn Loans .

"Blinker" Draa, who guided Citizens Bank and the late Mr In tha reel property with Improvement and NADINK P LIMJhK.MAN: /

Titusville for many years. We E. H Ashcraft, who some thereon AND EACH herein d..lb.d.TOU OF yoU. 3T211 hla wife Jaiknon. whuos Kiacl.mallln..ddrroo Hunts onRaranac had too, our affectionatelycalled seventeen years ago saw the hereby take nettthat a till has MUhliio. you urn hire ( WAGON vary banking nead. You'll ba pleased l with tha wide' rsng..0 our kinking arvtc.s.O .

"Dinky" and Mr "Bo". potential in one of present dayTltusvUle' been above Hied styled eialnut Court The you nature In the of closure by notified of mortiaie that suit en.Mr:unit: ..lor'rinl! If you know of S family who tin

More serious law matters most respected the lull la to forecloM that c*.. Loll U. II. Jii'. 31. mil .!.. Ill,,, K |tuft t mead 1 In your community, bo
.
meant Sheriff Bill Williams.Our bankers. I tarn mil. and mortfeie filed of dated publlo January record 21.la r.thereof Olov.r r.e..rI..1 Plate.l mturilln In Plat Hoik In I'lal.. silts to till tom about Wtlcomo I IWleon. I
Official Record Book 2oIT. pane po.o M, publlL reiurtla. of Hretant.ounty They will bo dillfhtid with I
judge was Judge Smith As a community we were 17*. Publlo Record nf B.rd I Florida him b..n brmmhteaatimt tho bukit of gem and hilpful I Let Your Money Work For You!
and with great affection we Cnunly. Florida .cum..rln. Ih. you, la thr Cln tilt I o'inn: 'Inlormttioii thty nlll roetlvo from
proud of the Pritchard Brady b..r..lodl.r described real m and for llmvinl County. b'Ir I
thought of the gracious Mrs and Scobie family heritage in ...t,. The name of lb. Court prop I. Ida In Chanter. bv Kd: .fwul.-r our hoititt, a symbol of the CORI.munlty'l -
Smith. Schools brought to mind which acid salt te pendlnir. I III. lunik** Inc aid you ere haMivrequired traditional hotpltillty. Rye I Paid On a j ji
our town. Louis Brady's groc Circuit Court of I". Ninth Judlcl to Mrvi 4k toV o( >" may alt) .I
graduating classes of 27 and Answer or fin,line In thC,. I I
Circuit la and for the County ofRrevard. inplaint
store James Pritchard'shardware
ery atat of Florida I. on plaintiff attorney K I dI TIME SAVINGS DEPOSITS
memories of Mrs Lura Poc, .
"
and the Scobie fish. Chancery No. 293WI, and lb. i ab 0 DrnUon. IMI." H.awtr Drive 1COr@lt f la tmRIOM i
Mrs. Bertha Stringer, the late bravlated title of the CUD I I. T... Fort PI.rce. n.rl.l.' cod file the'
Miss Tommy and Mrs ing Interests. We think of the ">amen'. Beak for Bavin la the original Anawer or IMradlni In Ihonffw \'JI!. ir 32% Paid On All Other Savings!
Conway .
.
late Roy Carpenter who worked City of New York a New York o( th. rink or the rir ult I
Woodrow Ashcraft, who left "corporation. Plaintiff v.. James Churl of Hr.y.d"u"ly.. Ph.ni is. 'I: II "
with Mr. Scobie and was H Mnadowa and Helen. N. Meadow in or b-fore the lath day of N..v ,
their marks of interest and one of Brevard County's most .. nil wife. Defendant miner, IW4 If you fall to do no ------------.1
concern on so many of us. Th* deairlptloa" of the real decree pro c.."Iris" will h* lakrnajalnel | \
respected Commissioners. property Involved In **/M suit andd.icrlbed you for ih" relief demand North Brevard's Oldest and Largest National Bank
All of us that s5
were proud In tha Complaint I* M In be Cnmplalnl:' 1iAdd
Done and ordrrnd; al Tlluivllle : i
We can remember when follow! : '
Inrlda, Ihla .
lib
of
day Oiluhr
Lot a Blork
K ROWS GARDENS
baseball was a "big thing", HECT101: H-L according 1Md. 'urlle n. Darnra. "II' I Ia FIRST
(
lerk j
I when music was a Sunday to plat thereof a* recorded Circuit YOUR
In Plat Book 11. oars 82, Pub. Court llrovard heo IM. w.-.a Weiss IN
afternoon school band concert County Florida II IIa Bank
Ito Raoord of Brevard : 1 National
County by V, I. Hu.u.l.r, metni nil M e11 NAMEFIRST
and when a school football Florida family Clerk I -!/ KM |%rusted. k ke II
l PARTNER
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are t. O. t
DenltonaVawat
coach felt if he had eleven '
lucky required to file your anewer to th* mica l>rlti, slur; Ad\orUIN IN a Sf .
I I out for his squad. Complain with the Clerk of lb.a Fort Plertu P..rlIo. TIIUJVILl1First FLORIDAMember IN
Dan fttyled' Court and arrva a Allnrnry. ft eat a..rw 14 ..H a) ClrwIedM. I II PROGRESS
Lastly, we recall a Saturday copy thorn upon Plalntiffe at.bra. OLHT III'AI.Plaintiff) l apt Ftderal Roiarv System SERVICETITUSVILLE
.?, HTEWART L. ATKHH Oct. 12.: 1>. au, Not 'M(n.. "1 -. s.v.rreJ. Mom"r Fdrl Danailr |niurn<. Cora.
whoae addreee I. Poet Office Boa
102. Eau Oallla. Florida not latrr -
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1054, a* r* uired by law, sips a .L.
I1\C.II.hll: : BHirrisu! DKCHKAIK: TASas .
: ecra" pro coafeaaa will be ..nl.r..d
agalnut you and each nf YOu.
ELF('T IN WITNESS WHEREOF I
bars lI.reunlo sot m. fluid andarO.ed '

William/ H. Bill Clark Court at the official Tltuevllle Mal. Brevardountv of DaM NEW FOR !

( ) $.ptemio'P I Florida A I D, Me 1MCLRTI J5tb day of

R. BARN '
Foe Clerk of th. Circuit Court
Bravird County. Florida


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Pol. Adr. Fd. For By William H. Clark Attorney for Plaintiff
Po.t Office Boo ..>2
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B PHPMMVMHIMMi "1 II" I vate or freeenterprisesttm a man who exemplifies in every bama insurance company ,
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T o. Free
Enterprise Award I the true image of quickly rose to the prrsidu
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American free enterprise. Later, be founded the Arner.!, 3
ough laws of expediency and

Christmas Comes EarlyBy the encroachment of the Federal After attending Duke and Heritage Life Insurance Co j t
Won Claude Kirk Jr. Jacksonville, and
By
government into the minutest Emory Universities, Kirk: was duringyear's n
service be
detail of the daily life of an individual graduated with honorS from theUDivtl'llty was president!
McUmfm votions taken from "The Barns, Janice McLeondon Beth and chief executive officerAt
Mri. GMyi Upper: Florida's Claude R Kirk Jr. to officials who want more and bas been woven, thread of Alabama Law the time he
announced < '
AM 7"'Me Room" Guest Roberts, Karen Lord, VivianMurningham 13
magaiine. speak I Is among the most honored I more power in the hands of a by tiny thread so tM easy of School He was an officer in candidacy for the Florida Si'
Mrs Arthur Miller Jr., Patricia Lewis,, >-
er was
Who aays Christmas comes who presented the on Diana Reeves, Pamela Ferris, medal winners today of the select bureaucratic few," as be our dtfenu have not fafljr reafi- tile Marine Corps during World ate seat in the U. S. Sent;
but once a year? Miss Phyllis the study book for the program year entitled Carolyn Beville, Belinda Free American Economic FOtmda.Unn' accepted the impressive medal zed what has been happening toMB War H and Korea. Kirk was a partner and axes- !,
Seu den of Oakwood Subdhris- Hall of Free Enterpriseat Colonel Lyle A. Brookover liberties and freedoms live committee member
"Summoned to a NewAge" man, Paula Walker, Becky Hen His first free enterprise venture la H.:'
has her first new car to prove Mrs. Jim Phillips served ry, Connie Cox, Peggy LarkIns, York the World's Fair in New (Ret.), assistant to Chairman A well-known writer, In describbig was an almost immediate den, Stone Incorporated, H _) ,
it, and cure she couldn't be refreshments during the social Susan Mac CaDum, Debby Fred G. Clark of the American Kirk, once said: "He is success: He Joined an Ala Street stock and bond firm.
any prouderI'm if she had found It period to Mrs. Howard Matte- Coffy, Skirls Day, and Paula Mr. Kirk Republican! candidate Economic Foundation, made the I
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all wrapped up at Christmas son, Mrs. Kenhner, Mrs. Drawdy. for the U. S. Senate, was presentation.An
time. PhyBte would like for her Arthur Miller Jr., Mrs. Bog- recently recognized for his example official of the Hall of Free

friends to know she Market has started and en, Mrs. William Duff, M r.. McMaster PromotedTo and expression on behalfof Enterprise pointed out later your invitationto

working at PubUx Jack Miller, Mrs. Edgar Jobe, free enterprise. He has discussed that Kirk, who Is making a : PLEASURE
really likes her new job- .. Live In MiamiGlen
Mrs. Sanford Mayo and Mr this vital subject freely firm bid for the U. S. Senate
Roland Williams. resident in I Ms campaign appearance seat now held by Democrat
McMaster, a
Mr and Mrs. Gus Mangold throughout Florida this year. I Spessard Holland, came to their
and children Pam, Lynn and here since W47, plans to move Before an overflow audience' attention on reports of his success
Gregory of New Port Hichey, Enjoys Trip to Courthouse soon to Miami where he has at the World's Fair Hall of in the insurance professionand ROYAL OAK GOLF AND
visited on Merritt Island last been transferred by the Southeastern Free Enterprise, Mr. Kirk warn.' his public speeches. u CLUE
The Junior Girl Scout
Saturday, leaving Pam to stay troopNo. Propane Gas Co. and ed his audience "we must awaken .I
over Saturday night with her 988 met Thursday after will serve as general purchasing the citizens of this gerat nation Upon his return to Florida
aunt and uncle, Avis and Carl noon. After roll call, the girls agent for the company in to the fact that they and from the World's Fair, Kirk

Mangold of Oakwood Sub were transported by mothers, Florida.Mr. they alone are the custodians of told one audience: "I am most Th INITIATION FEEWAIVED
division. Sunday Faffl's parents their leader Mrs. Francis Be- the United States governmentand proud of his recognition. It
came to Mims and they all bad gvtlle, and co-leader Mrs. Pete McMaster was formerly the free enterprise system
was a great privilege for me to
splendid day together. Carl with the Indian River Gas Com.pany' that made it the
a Cox, to Titusville. The first I greatest nation receive this award from the
office. Mr. Mc
local
and Gus are brothers.S.S. place the troop visited was the three children in the world"He American Economic Founda-
Master and their
Office of Registration. Mrs. Ed Hills later added: "This res.ponslblllly tion. t
Clan MeetingThe na Carlile showed the girls the live Road.at 2202 Whispering can not be delegated "I am dedicated to the pri-! UNTIL COMPLETION OF CLUB HOUSE
Progressive S,S. Class of various steps that are taken to
the Mims Methodist Church met register voters and how tbe Ilf THB CIRCUIT COURT
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this week at the home of Mrs. files are made up and kept. AND NINTH FOR JUDICIAL BREVARD CIRCUIT.COUNTY IN LOTS AVAILABLENow

Brenton Keisler, who opened They visited in the tax coUec.tor' STATS. or FLORIDA IN CHANCERY i iiI CASH Yearly Memberships

their meeting by reading the office and the proceduresof NO. 2111THH Undor DevelopmentFAMILY

list Psalm and leading the the office duties was explain. BANK WILUAMSBtntOH a New Torn eorporU RAVING V In Section No. 1
"Lords Prayer". Mrs. John Taylor
ed. The record room was nextin *' Plaintiff.OEOROB SOCIAL GOLF $300
the business AND
presided over ...
line. The girls as well as the
session. During the social adults enjoyed the tour. Thank. H. MoCAli..Dufendint*t al, ONE DAY SERVICE Inside LotsMinimum $$3950
INDIVIDUAL SOCIAL GOLF $250$
Mrs. James Spangler was
hour, leg everyone there the girls I WOTICB OP HI'IT tO' x ISO'Lots
surprised with a baby shower THB STATS OF FLORIDA
returned to their
then meeting
and she received many lovely place to wait for their mothersto TOi GEORGE BOBBIE J.H.MoCALU McCALL 111.aod $50.00 to S600.00 $150 On Golf Course
FAMILY SOCIAL
gifts. Mrs. Geneva Raulersonwon them Mrs. P. W wife.wboM. q................
pick up. reeMeno |* unknown Make The Arrangements By Phone
the door prize. Roberta Jr. and Mrs. IL C. Me- Nonce U henby Blven' that null 110' x ISO' $6950
The hostess served refreshments Lendon helped with the trans 5.i bees Court file*Klnt la th* above and Indicated seek INDIVIDUAL SOCIAL .........." $100

of sandwiches, nuts, portation. Girls who enjoyed the of Miller you,and and Skews ltODD B. Miller. d hU K. 2674331Soulhorn
chips and hot spiced apple Juice trip were, Pam Phillips, Donna wife, th* title of wblck caw 1.I M GOLF
ANDCOUNTRY
Those present were guest of Pennington, Harriet[ Beasley, above You are ihown.hereby required to fits, ROYAL OAK
honor, Mrs. Spangler, Mrs. Debbie Brewer, Linda Beville, your newer or written defence.
Courtney Porter.. Mrs. John Taylor Diane HarvUle, Regina W I1- If any. In the above proceeding Loan CLUBr7
with the Clerk of loll Court and i Company
-'Mrs. John Schneider, to MTV a copy thereof. upon the I Phone 267-1 IBS
Mrs. Mary Erwin, Mrs. Leonard plaintiff attorney .who* name M. S. WASHINGTON, AVE. TITUSVILLE. I
Newman Gets Award and addrei appear bereon. on or
Gaetano, Mrs. Esther Keefe, before the M day of Oct. 1M4. tbs
Mrs. W. S. Austin, Mrs. L. L. From UnderwritersRobert nature of thin proowdlnc belnt a
nit to forooloM the lien of *
Cantrell, Mrs. Bernard Roberts mol'ttra.. 00 the 0110..111I ..",, '\-

Mrs. Geneva Raulcrson, H. Newman of Jack. bed property. Florida eltuate, to-wit la! BrevardCounty.
Mrs. Tom Price and Mrs. Grover Lot 18. Block I B, Bow Oar- :
sonville, youngest son of Mr. den. Section I. aoeordlni to
Wright. map or plat hereof recordedIn : MR. & MRS. NORTH BREVARD
and Mrs. L. B. Newman of Plat Book 12. Pare 15. public .
Record of Breverd County
Miss Millie Shealy will be this city, has been given the Florida, aleo known a* S12S
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leaving soon for San Gabriel, degree of C. L. U., chartered mather Circle, Eau: dallle.DONlT'AND )1

Calif., to visit her sister, San life underwriter, by the Amer. tutvlll,!Brevard'ORDERED County, State at Tl-of ) LETS GET TOGETHER AND
dra, and her family. Millie will lean College of Life Under. Florida toll 2tta day of BePI.b. ..-

go to work there. I writers. (Court.,. HW4.SneltCURTIS R. BARNES 'Ii'm

Circle Meeting Mr. Newman is an agent for CLERK or TUB CIRCUIT

The Mae Green Circle met at the John Hancock Life Insur- COURTROII.l'i apani-ler DC. :
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Co. He and his wife and BURFORDAmerican / MEET
the Mims Methodist Church ance National Bank Bide.Bt. .
Tuesday with chairman Mrs. three daughters have made P. O. Boo 11911I C I
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Wayne Kershner presiding.Mrs. their home at Jacksonville several AIIoI'II.,1 Peleribur for PisletlftSept. ,
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Football season hit the mid.
way mark Friday night and I
Brevant's bustle towarda the ,
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Mg six" championship and
tire Canaveral Cup .is still up In r
the air and completely un
known.

_._ Cocoa High has the command y 't.1.1 ;'1.if: : lei
post with three county wins, I
however, the Tigers still have I Regular 29c
to lace two of the toughest aJ
teems In Brevard, undefeated'
Satellite Beach and Melbourne. 'I, LL1 a I SIMILACLIQUID %
The strong Central Brevard
-.. leaders sailed past Cocoa ==
Beach 25-7 Friday night, scored ::= ;::
19 points in the first half on
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.. a pass Interception, a blocked ::; With Coupon Only I R 1
: kick and a two yard plunge, to
.. build the substantial lead. I Good Through .. Oat. 11'lllll

main Titusville contenders and the Melbourne past three,! !1111 t I"l I ltll \J

: years for the Canaveral Cup,
ought to a 13.13 deadlock, how. "Y=trni {{
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ever the Terriers were on Mel. w
: bourne 15 yard line as the 0
clock ticked away, P CREAM DEODORANT s/

the Melbourne's 210 pound Glenn fullback Holtsman plowed, ;:: BAN ==
through Titusvllle's defensive; WARD ON THE RUN-Sometimes it takes four or five defendersto Melbourne Bulldogs preparing to make the tackle. Also shown are :::::
: unit like a big bull for 113 haul down Titusville's No. 20 David Ward. Above. Ward Is off Titusville Bill McBride ((74)) and Ken Burrell ((84)).-S-A Photo. ..... =

yards David, and one Ward touchdown.scored both Terrier on a long gain early in the game; however he's surrounded by fourin :::; H.g. 49c 2 c ;::

Titusvllle's touchdown on pass ::; With Coupon Only
plays from Quarterback Charlie
Muggins. Parkway 9th Wins 27.6I Good Through Wod.. :

: Satellite Beach, the team tllttjCLAIROL.
that Just doesn't give up, scored }
: a convincing 27-0 victory I Don Hemke the initial frame when the defense down drive. The big play In the ,Bingham for fifteen yards, and Edgewood 0 0 S 0I JJlllllln"frG
over AA Orlando( Evans, and Employing a wide open\ offense backed Edgewood up to its drive was a Phil Edwards' passto Hawk's scoring plunge from the Scoring: ..' $\
: boosted their winning streak to and a rugged defense wall and on fourth down a bad Keith Scraggs for 20 yards I one-yard stripe The extra point Parkway Bingham tackled -
three straight to hold( the best I Parkway Ninth Grade snap from center put the ball in Pete Evans scored two plays run failed but nevertheless Park BM: {ewnod) punter in end Ion e .
overall record of any team in scored in every quarter and I the end zone where Wayne Bingham later from the five yard stripe. way was leading %1-0. By way (safety)
the county this year. I easily downed the Indians of tackled the Edgewood Evans added the extra point. of a fifty-one yard kkknff return Parkway Evans I yard run LOVING CARE
Overloaded with experience, Edgewood 27-6 in junior high I I punter for a safety, Edgewoodthen In the second stanza Parkway and four completed passes (Evans run) I ,
talent and depth, the Scorpions, grid action at Provost Field Saturday I free-kicked to the Parkway recovered an Edgewood fumble Edgewood got on the ScoreboardIn Parkway Nekton 18 yard run ::: : ,
: Ken Hutcherson, top scorer in nightParkway I 1 eleven, who ran It back to the on the E 18 and on the very next the third quarter making it (Newton run failed) r
Brevard, added three more took a 2-0 lead early I:50 where they started a touch- play Ronnie Newton, the big I 216. The scoring play was a two. Parkway Hawk 1 yard run .. =* Reg. ESHf ;:*
: touchdowns to his already Parkway halfback, went the dis yard pass play from Inman to (Edwards: run failed) *; 1.507 Iw C 55:::
w bulging list of TD's. tance. Newton's run for extra Flectwood. i Edgewood Fleetwood S yard
point failed but at the end of the. In the last quarter Ronnie pass to Inmon (Fleetwood pass ::;: With ::;::
:: However, Satellite's test of first half had
Parkway comfortable
a
Newton scored on a IS yard end Incomplete) ( Good Through Wod. 11&jjiimitmws&
. strength In Brevard will begin 15-0 lead '
standing as he crowed
sweep up Newton 15
Parkway yard run
:: next week when the Scorpions In the third quarter Parkwaygot the goal line The pass try for I'(Edwards: pass incomplete) \
host Melbourne.Eau l
the ball on a Tommy Hawk the extra point was Incompleteand
Gallic High Commodores Interception at the forty-seven of there was no more scoring I rjm KJHI
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:: highly overrated at the Parkway and marched the although Parkway threatened to II IM Ku.hlne Hr.t D'.rcl... ITO .I 1\\\" 1 (rG\
start of football season, picked distance in ten plays with the the twenty-nine of Edgewood butthere P.Mlni TtriUi U .
:. up their first victory In five big plays being a twenty I v e they fumbled. !- FiiMoB r.....Alt"'t. .. contests Friday on a comeback yard run by Edwards, two pass.j SCOT by Quarters rumliln Loit ,
victory over P. K. Yonge of I es by Edwards completed to Parkway 6 ( I 6-27 II 0-4 Tel..Punt".n"I1... lSERVICE ->IIIBIG '
: Gainesville, 1913. I CAN OPENER

-. Trailing 13-4 with 12 minutes I == :.r69a /

remaining score at ,13-13 Eau on Gallic an 18 tied yard the -; Reg. 23C '
Lad
Will Bold LImit I
-. pass from Rick Gillesple to ;::
Clive Calloway. Steve Sorenson ::;: With C.upon Only :;;:
with two minutes remaining in
G.ed W.d., .
21lllllllllllillrrtlt
Through
:: the game drove across from six

.:," ing yards touchdown.out to score the clinch Win Derby? % \ \ :

: Despite the Impressive victory I
the Commodores are still By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS year-olds at 1 1-16 miles next
way down the list in Brevard Right now Bold Lad Is the month and point Bold Lad for r19SOAP
standings. Two county games standout favorite to win the 1905 the Flamingo at 1%-m1lel at
have ended in two county loss Kentucky Derby and perhaps Hialeah. 3" CAR
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es to Cocoa and Satellite. Mel become the first S-yearold) colt
bourne, Titusville and Cocoa in 17 years to sweep the triple She WinsAnother
crown of the Kentucky Deroy-
Beach still remain on their list. Preakness-Belmont Stakes. ::: ==
1. Front Wheels. S7 49
The son of Bold Ruler, a Align ..... ::= neg.llaa ;::

= To HostSatellite Wheatley Stable homebred, fin Shirley Iltzrick, consistent :::; Bar Limit 5 C ;:::
ished his year-old) season in Hills 2. Balance Front Wheels $3.49 With
decisive fashion last Saturday.lie winner at W hispcring Country ;;s: Coupon Only
Club, copped another II I r 11
f romped home by seven place trophy last week, during a JV
lengths In the $171,825 Cham Whispering Hills Women's Golf 3. Brakes. SI.I9 ??.iiimiiiniiiw1w&\ \
Tnvivillo High School's Junior pagne Stakes at one mile at Association Tournament. Adjust ................
It was his seventh
Aqueduct. Mrs! PiUrick won first placeIn
Varsity will host Satellite Booth
straight success and perhaps his in the Mc<.: .t _
JVs on Draa Field Wrinetdty most impressive. A' Eight otter I:: ({
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evening .t 7:31. Motor sponsored tourney.
... The game was previously "He is the best horse"I have Other winners were Jack. // bought separately.............. S12.17 PKG. OF 3 KURLY.KATE
scheduled for Thursday, but ridden as a year-old.) said ie Keller in "B" night; lone
: was changed due to homecoming jockey Braullo( Baeza "He does Munnls, second in "A and Lou
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The THS Terrier pups have anN Trainer Bill Winfrey said it secretary qualifying rounds for == ==
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Terriers Tie Melbourne, End Seven Year Jinx





It was a game of "breaks"and ble and bad a pass glance off As it was he carried the ball three and two plays later Holy arms. Huggins tied it up with a ently had the drive stopped buta Bulldog score, but that was nullified again but then Elchert intercept
Melbourne at the Ti-
both teams were lucky to one Terrier to another In their 28 times and gained 121 yards man pounded over. Maxwell good kick and the clock showed pass interference penalty by a pass interference ed a pass
come off with a tie. first touchdown drive and they for a 4.7 yard average The added the point and the visitors I 2:$7 left in the second quarter. gave the Bulldogs second life call tusville 36.Would
the it safe
That's the story of Friday took advantage of I pass Inter. Terriers ran the ball only 22 were In front 7-0() with 8:59: left The Terriers got the ball right and they took advantage of it There were several "key"plays I Terriers play
night's 1113 deadlock betweenthe ference penalty in the second times. in tile second quarter back on an onside l kick and were Maxwell kicked the point, but but the two top ones in with only 2:48: left in the quarter
TItusville High Terriers and one. The Bulldogs took advantageof Recovering a rumble at the rolling, when a penalty nullifieda Melbourne lost It to a penaltyand the 70-yard scoring 'hrust were ? Would they settle for a tie?
Melbourne Bulldogs Big Glen Holtsman, a strong a punt by Charlie Hugging Melbourne 39, the Terriers moved 10-yard gain and threw a kink his second try was short Ward's 21-yard burst off the fake I Their answer was "no" and they
A short punt gave Melbournea running fullback, was the Mel. that rolled dead at the T47 and in to tie it up on six plays in the drive. So it was up to the Terriersto kick and then the 26-yard SCOT- I set sail
break for their first score anda bourne workhorse and his run. moved in for the first score in The "big" play was a 25-yard With 11:10: showing in the third try to pull it out ing pass play on which he teamed I Fighting the clock because
pass Interference penalty on a ning brought comments from seven plays. The key play was a pass play from Hugging to Ward. period, Melbourne tied it up They moved 70 yards, using up with Huggins again. A bad they had no time outs left, the
key tMrd-doun play helped setup most Titusville fans as to why I screen pass from Jerry Noland But the scoring play was a pass with Noland sneaking over from every trick in the books They snap from center kept Huggins I. Terriers started moving. Hug.
their second touchdown. the Bulldogs didn't run Win on I to Holtsman, that wound up that bounced off George Eteh- two yards out, climaxing a 52 used the shotgun and spread from trying the kick and the gins threw two In a row, then
The Terriers recovered a turn. every play moving 38 yards to the Terrier i I ert's hands and into Wards,. yard drive. The Terriers apparMelbourne's formations, the wing "I" and the game was all tied up. I. was thrown for a loss, and then
fake punt as quarterback Hug. Apparently mad, the Bulldogscame hit two more. This took the ball
gins dug into Coach John right back and actually to the Melbourne 36.

Hollsman Tilusvi.le's Ward Huggins (Hard To Slope I Gaines' bag of tricks. moved 68 yards, only to lose the He deliberately grounded the
It even included a pass Inter ball on a fumble at the Terrier ball to stop the clock with 38
ception by Melbourne, that carried one-yard line. I seconds left then hit two quick
to within five yards of a The ball exchanged hands ones to the Melbourne 15, where
time ran out.

i Miami High Coral Gables Lead I I The crowd Terrier pleaser performance, drawing wasa a

huge cheer at the end of the con-
a w I test for the showmanship
y MIAMI (AP) Miami High ter Haven and Jacksonville Pax- 'I throughoutThe

and Coral Gables ranked first on, 40; Orlando Colonial, 35; tie was the second 13-13
e and second today in the Miami Miami Palmetto 33; Pompano knot for the Terriers this year

school Herald's football list of teams.top 20 high Beach, 26; St Petersburg Dixie I- they opened the season with

Hollins and Miami Edison, 20. one against Sanford.

The weekly rankings showed
Miami High, with a 54-0 sea 1
son, No. 1 with 194 points.
Points are based on the class
of team played.

Coral Gables, also with a 5-0-0 R@SFTRUSSES

record, had 161 points.
Pensacola High, 5-0-0, ranked
third: with 122 points and was
followed by Orlando Edgewater,
500, at 114 and Clearwater,
5-0-0(), at 101.

Palm Beach High was sixth bs.M.d 1..1 ....., 4. ..... WMWs

4 with a 5-0-0 record and 88 points Largest I." Trues Pnfabrlcathp s,....
and Jacksonville Lee, 31.0, seventh
with 74. Hialeah: 31-0, was
d 7a4a eighth with 68 and Tampa Robinson PANNING LUMBER CO.
310, ninth with 61. Forest
Hill 5-0-0, was 10th with 57.
Other rankings showed: Miami NEW U. S. I SOUTH INDIAN RIVER CITY

I Norland, 48; Tampa Hills- PHONE 267-6885

borough, 44; Lake Wales, 41;
I Fort Lauderdale High, 37; Win-



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SSI N. Orango, Orlando, 425.I&M Vitamin, special dietary foods "Kt.rrthli Crew Ail Farau ,
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Titusville's defensive unit the hardest man to stop at the line of last effort to stop the bi,: fullback: : Also pictured are Titu;' illi"'s ..*.
scrimmage was Melbourne's big 210 pound fullback, Glenn Holts- Bill McBride and No. 70 Charlie Griffin. Bottom left shows Charlie AWNINGS Mail Order Box 1646 CSYIKAL PLOAIDArLAn.u I

j man. Above left, Terrier defensive halfback Charlie Huggins grabsone Huggins, No. 11 trying to pull away from Melbourne's Don Redding. Aluma-Kraft Awnings, Inc. 11 E. Church, Orlando, 4247212MERCHANDISE ,

inj of Holtsman's legs, however he still keeps driving toward the Redding has both fee off the turf. Above right, shows Terrier Hug- MARQUEES PATIOS Cadlum PlaUor Chrome

tun goal line flag appearing on the left. No 80, Bob Grissom Is coming gins riding Melbourne's Holtsman out of bounds. Bottom right shows SCREEN ENCLOSURESManufactured nlv.r Bufklnc NIckel aDd- Coppor L.c." wrla- Brut*
too{ to help As Gary Hart (center left) manages to slow down Holtsman David Ward, No. 20 scoring Titusville's second touchdown.-A Collect In OrlandoCall HERMAN'S LOAN 800 W. Central Ave., Orlando

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theetes High Sthcxil's Blue 1 blocked and Southwest recovered Earth Moving Equipment ROBINSON MUSIC CO. Books, Gift and Sunday School
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setting stage I Adams Construction PIANO \ I
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: { Cub or Credit for Churches
night, 256 to Southwestern of
appeared to be the first SW A Equipment Co. 34 I, Church, Orlando, 422.1507
DeLand.

is thigl Unable to win a football game touchdown However., Gibson's defense. ::-T ELECT [I I-K' 1342 Sale W.A Church Rental Sal.. I TRAVEL BUREAU

) since the Orlando 42J4474I Rentals
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fought off an initial attack earlyin Kimball Kranirh-Bach. Him.
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to score 1200 N. Mill TRUCK SERVICE i
then Orlando 425 24tfl OFFICE SUPPLIES
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the ball on the kickoff MECHANIC ON DUTY
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put: the Blue Devils were forced to I I If you have rental For Trucks Trailer, Frame
punt on fourth down and 22 yardto "Bni Qualified To Rpr..nt Open) All Day Saturday Front Axle. Srri htnod
'13' from their own 23 after BRUCE'SAMERICAN housing list it in General Repair Experknc.t'
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Monday, October 1*, 1U4 (FUrtdi) St.r.Adva.te Pit* 11

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CMTANCBKY NO. San',

hipped short TitusvUle 13. Mel. les passed to Ward the play NOTIC'a I lu1T
TO JOYCLAoci/ .. 1'1-
bourne 13.Marinllllaw. losing a.\ard I Bowling Scores : SLIT, tile nw.wM .... ofA.
a L I yBy returned Hugglnrkkktiff S. w.
PlayFirst Huggins passed to Ward for PINK ran d.hN :

K yards to U* M31Hotttntan 14 and a first down at the T4 Mount writs LBAeCBHlik Tlttnvtll IS. Molboura Its 5.J' RAO w's Nand .

got sJx and six moretar with 118: ramaming Huijl'Is ...IU. Boaok ST. 011.... NONA PAT RAG I.

a first dish at the M4S. Gil- tout four. tlmi pntrod to Btchert In'thrld.*J orlou ebuokDahl Con.S*,5Cao.'asah his web tk* unknown b. J'IC.IM
Quarter Second Quarter third Quarter m.Htffh T
. f I lam picked up five and Schmidt for U and Wortham fur( Ban QajUt aalaoavllhi PIC fY a .r.o'
1 eight q10 .. aDLgow
kicked off returned kirk
Maxwell's
Huggiiu Schmidt gained seven and a I Ward Bob
ladlTMiul .elf
/ nine for a tout down at the T44TitusvUle and first down famol Tone'* 'I'
?, haw who returned first down at the FJ6 Hottsm: .>ff 28 yards to the T38 A pans MetBourne ISFourth a al the MM with ...,.,.11.. nt.T. Lyataa JO, New. Bwyraa Baah ISOrlaaao J.ll' 'dsate.
I U. 41 seconds !left Hugging ddiheratelv ... W.. Lout M*...tar M, Wla.*r .
to the M22 picked up two. !Schmidt gained I was IncompMe Huggins pawedto Quarter HowklM C*. 1. 4 or1.Mo .... ,.: t tI"
: Bed four and than six but Melbourne was guilty ol Edwards for six and again t nine and Noland threw Incomplete. as the t.et. 14'' Bola 5. Sanford 0 I.nit
r.'h.ro:1t
\Hdtaman gut Terriers OvteSo 15. Crystal BlverStandings III
had time
outs 1m
no o _._ N. "
was incomplete and penalized 15 yardsto Edwards for able, !but the latter .,
holding
i: one SIC a first down at the T34Holtwnan Ttlwttllo I'U. 1* 5 TCborrydn and tf dUd tb. "..
Huggins pulled to Ward fur 1
:. e used a shift for the 50. Noland pasted ID was rubbed out and Tit lIIIV1ileo five Gillian i I. MoWlo Hama It IMwrok I 1'--in h..!... .Hwataee, lovIMM -
/ picked up and a first down at the M17Muggins moo. n. 1 eraatooe. craaltor
Schmidt for nine for backfield
and then five
ormauon drawing flipped penalized yards
11'
but Schmidt PnrMinol IHIHM .
lout a yard ucceMor*. truoteeo. taetenMI -
(Tsldes. The five-yard a screen pans to Holunun in motion A pull was Incomplete for 14 passed to Ward for two mm'' 11I11..,.. 10 lWl or olla olatakuMa tiMer
paused to Gilliam yards to the MIS as time ran out. Tl- ...,. KnittM U 10Qa.rt.t say of the absa IMWMtwIlrld
gave Melbourne a first who ran all the way to the TS and HugguM' short and a first down at the TIC .arkor ebaB 111 10TM .,.(MM DfMSBM an
tusville 1) Melbourne 13.
the M14 for the first down punt was downed at the M48. Reeves four N*. S t U I I "HI* .- all pan loo haTlB or eMD.Ine .-
Holtsman got three t T T... Wee Lint Tied to nave nay ....... Utl
Holtsman gained Nolan picked up two and Holts- Holtsman gained six, and and then Holtsman rambled for I 3V. C.ulwro T MToon Coon I 0 0 or Intereet !. or ta tile folInwlne .

Schmidt rambled for man hit guard for a score Maxwell's Reeves' five for a first down at YardstickTIM Ito. 1. a 11 I 0 0 aeocritoa' Broeert111114 /
eight to the Tl, where he fumbled Rails'. Bay HUtlna 4 toMom. Tllunvlll. 1 1 to ....... C**iIy.
first down at the M45. kick was good TitusvUle the T41 Noland lost a yard No- 171.
and the Terriers recovered Hanna .10. fait
picked up five and 0. Melbourne 1. land passed to tiUUam for two Long gained two and Huggiiu MH* ?3L i 1o:: "IOrld1r.. I

seven for a first down at Long returned Maxwell's kickoff but the Terriers were chargedwith Melbourne l Firm Oomui Hlihlue t 10 T.... 1'11. L.., ...1.. .
two.
picked up was II't"T=n:
Holtsman gained five 16 yards to the TM interference on the nr.l:: Down. P..slnR 5rlrr }
Hug-
pans penalized 15 yards for a personal Down. Pentali 1 I Herb Individual eamol Rill 1 South Sans. 1a Jut, Br.TardCotuly
was held for no gain a gins passed to Ward but there play and penalised 19 yards to foul and another 15 right behindIt I Total nm Down U 14 Hotawe: twt. Katy .c... HiHl All llaotMTeem 'Plorldmart .:

incomplete and was no gam Two passes were the T26 giving Melbourne a first for another personal foul giving T.nl.Plane from lain aVrlmmaav"at-rlaunaen :a Tt KW 4* k r'.I. lagtvMaal wit SMne Holme eerlett* MT IUY M .. ....* Tb.d. at a .petal of lnt>r **tlonof

was out of bounds at Incomplete and Huggins1 down T..,,. I.no' Mrrlmmae :3D Ihsh lain ...."., r Maiplllt* 4 0 1 the M.larll. of a paved.
punt the Terriers a first down at : =, I',,0.4 I :5 0 County Road aid th* *.h.. .loa
Ward lost two I downed at the Mil On the NI-I Yards atrlmneee. :VI ItT HaNwar. '. Tilt,., ills (IIn .n thuttirlv ttroottont ot lbs
: was Gilliam gained 10 and a first them I P._. All-mtited 14 !ttPMMI W. 11am Surlal II',"", J I 2 Houth boundary HBO ot Covorn.

four and Huggins' play Titusville was penalised 15 down at the Tit Holtsman lost romolet.d3 4 Hsrdwars. 111IIII.T. downed at the T37 for Wortham Yard. Qeln raartae 141) r Eau: M 1. Br.v.rd County I" aldal. i
foul
to the Gallle
yards personal three a pass was incomplete, Long gained one Total' Yarile OffBM 1W WO ... W. LintT.am 1. 0 Ibnac provood to a Pnlal of BoInnlnc -

Holtsman gained six, M26 Ilollsman blasted for nine and raced for 20 and a first down al I Fame Intercepted I 1 i Ns. J. U ash.rr.r' .' which I. locaUd :$80 ,..,
I R"nb..11 Int. Pom t T ....... 4 In a W..t.rly dlrortloa on tbo
three and Holtsman
Ward
then seven for a first down at th the M<<. gained two, Pumblra 0 I .
HolUman ''T. T' Mouth boundary lino nf Ooyorainrut -
first down at the T24 : gained eight and T3 lIoland gained one and then Wortham two. Huggins' pass was : F-umhlwi. Seat 0 I Tam No T 114. Lot t. lh.an proootd In lee
Schmidt three and ..... renallaed 46 T8 I m KI1'IIee Ap.or 11 1 mme Wmlvrly illroctlo alone lbs
picked two. lie picked up a bounced Into the air and -
up was two [or the touchdown Maxwell's Punt 4 SPuatlne ",,'.., ENS 11' Mm South, .boundary IW* of
no gain but the first down at the M37 Holtsman kick was good, but Melbourne Intercepted by Reeves at the Averae :t5 i WKlrkoftn Taw N.. II 11 0 11",..n....' Lot 1. a dlntaiM of

five-yard illegal gained one, Reeves one and then was charged with illegal M3fl and be ran it back Be\tnl Yardi KO Rein44 I isI I t'Jton.nral Caro N.II".t lank 10 fob 10IIIII. 0', :Ml a feet Northorly 10 .a polar ritroetloa;/ lbs. prdeMdin porp.nn ..

alty instead. A pass Holtsman fumbled with Harrtm yards.II ,",I'll II'I'.L L Liquors d It ./ u'!.r to th* South boundaryHn
and five
procedure penalized Tile. III. A"o 0..01. I 15 I ." of Oov.rom.nl Lot S. a 554.t .-
plete Reeves got recovering for Titusville at the I yards. This time his kick was o l 111 m a a gained four, 'I..... T.I. ...1. I... NI' 4... Team N.. It 4 Id i I"'". of BTt ft to a point, tkime
Marlnshaw one with the i Worth.m I 55 0 11 11.\1 I Purple, Harts 1 l' I ,.... _ed In a Wutorly dU..lloa'araii.l
short. Titusville 7. Melbourne 13: Reeves held for no
was gain
M39.Ward Ward S III I an uI. to the Mouth, honndnry
Ing over to the gained three, Elc!!. Huggins returned Maxwell's Holtsman got three and then. ."". I S 0 S '.0 M line> of Oovornnwnt Lot 1. la*
T19. I ert picked up one and then 'I for down at the T47 I Husilni I 14 14 0 0 0lelch. CLASSIC LBAQVI IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT or previously' dooorlbid) a dMano
kick-off 20 yards to the T30. Going > nine a first ." I I..M TIIK NINTH JI'DUIAL "'Ili.CUs i>f 348 fat to a point: th."..* pro
lIuggins passed to Ward for 25 ".Ih..,.. Herb Individual i.m.!r John 'ood In Northerly dlrootlon -
Into formation Reeves' was Interceptedby a p.riiKiidltular
a spread pass ? OP rI.IHIIA IN AND
Long gained three, ,.... TI.. 1i.1. _..' 1'1.' Ar.. Gaily, |43| Chuck Oroen C7.Hl roil to Ih. South boundary.
to the M10 Ward HHBVAHU COUNTY,
two and Huggins lost yards gainedtwo Huggins passed to Ward for Eichcrt at the 136. I .hml.1t I 21 0 :0 II PLOMIUA Sin* of Oonrnnwnt Lot t, to a
I and on the play Melbournewas OIIII.m a II S 15 U .h Individual M>, **, J. Smith, tb* NrthboumUry
> Ills punt rolled dead at six The Terriers were penalu-; The snap from center went lln5l.ms. 26 124 5 121 I 41 IIIf: Tom Alma, IMP In Chanory. point 'irO.O.: o'n Lot

Holtsman gained four penalized half the distanceto ed five yards for illegal motion. over Huggins' head, but he picked Hwvm TNuUnd :;.. 0 ::S IS Hush team ,me'. Plooroo, tn4Hlib t. WEBB *> KNAI'P.No W INC..Ml Del- 2. three* prnooed la I an Katrlydirection
the for foul.Huggins' I 0 1 s I" team .rli Team No alone ibis North bund
goal personal .,,
quarter ended. Huggins backed up faking a it up. avoided several tack M.rtn.hnw t 1 I ..10M1 nil. aware HANK;: IIO.N.and. CHKMICAL TORE- .r, lln. ot aov.rnmunt Lot I. t*

bourne 0. pass was dropped by qmck kick, swinging his leg, but --- TKl" T COMI-ANY, a N.w York Northeast. oornar of llov.rnm.nt
Elchert Huggins passed, the handing it off behind him to banhlne orporatlon, '.*' t. ,life. 54Taswf54a.

ball was deflected by Eichcrt Ward who ran 21 yards to the a.ACMR rialnllff. I prootMl Hrevartl la County a Southerly rlnld'I dlnctloaalone ) th.no

and Ward took a dive for it, th. Nest: 11.. of 0....,..
M4S. Huggins gained 11 but Ti ICLLl'lIINT or FLOR'
GibsonContinued DI nt Lot t, a 011.1..... of Ml.0 ftpoint
catching it in the end zone. Hu?. tusville was penalized five yardsfor IDA, INC a Plorlila cori.or.ton.IIH.HNAKU to a th.no proona In a

gins' kick was good. Titusville 7, illegal motion. A pass was K.LUKK.U HLANK: HAIIHIETUI.ANK HLANK, Mouth Inn.. ;riy(4.nma.h dlrallan:: alone Loh 1 lbs,. a But der

( From ) Melbourne 7. Huggins' was Lieu KLAMk. L. U, BllAULHY, tans of MD ft to a volntl
Incomplete
pass I d'*'* I.. 1>. UPAMKY AND: Art- Ih....* prnod In *. E.it.rty illroitlon .
counting for a three Huggins kicked an "onsides" intercepted by Green, who ran 1(1Cu.'r. "llKNI'P A MIMS prpnilloulr to tk* tent:
INC., a riorlil' ..,......tI.... IAN lino of Uavwumint Lot 1. a derlanes !
kick and Ward recovered for Ti to the T5 but it was nullified "
back Pender knocked ,
F : AVKKAL HUMS MITES,. INC a ot 11. ft to the eealerlln,
i pass, but on fourth tusville at the M48. when Melbourne was penalised : 'I" Here'sWhat Florida' rporallan, t'LOKIDA nf a pared County Road 1 .....""*
Huggins picked eight Iluj- 15 yards to the M38 for interference STEEL rimi-oKATii'N. a riorl tin )....S alone Ih. CealerUa *fNnrth.rly
carried around end to up pass l rornorallnn, JKHIfMIAH MUUTMAN old pu.d t'o54pID Rdad
110 yard line for a first.On gins passed to Edwards, who caloRIC i. JANIKN, point k"rtsd 155.0 MI (:: :
and JANIKN: M. w to. dlrooUoa front .. I..
latercled to Ward the play gail Huggins passed to Ward for MNADUNtMROUK
first down It married, THM lnreM-Una of the lnlna of th*
Idle linebacker Mac ing 10, but the Terriers were in nine A pass was incomplete NATIONAL HANK, a .Mouth. boundary lln* *f 00..,.>
nallnnni hinklne corporationIHVINO meal Lot I. and tbs. ontrlln/ of
1 pulled down SW's motion and penalized five yards. lIuggins lost a yard and Ward rf"'i, MILI.ILK. rHANCM paid ,>*vd County Road I .......*

[Smokes, four yards Elchert gained one, a pass was picked up four and a first downat SOUTH Ml I.I.Kit, PATIIH'K tlKHAl.l: OHMkK'K.UTILITY" prn'rit la a W, Hrly dlrootloa
1 boundary
to led South
I line of scrimmage. Incomplete and Huggins 1 lost the M26 A pass was Incomplete OKI-ORATION a riorlila cmranrnllnn Rarall.l Ilcvr.msnl Lot S, a dlluniw *.

ive halfback Regina! three, the ball going over to Mel and then Huggins hit Wardat IIAI.PII. A. M I''tlClt.( nf ;Mil f'w1* a point!
.. One TUN TAM O I.AIIK Itllll'iiK Ihritiit priHrail M l'nl' Wi a dllno *-
[broke up a pass and bourne at the M47 the 15 and he ran across. The ATIIIN, a riurhla oiti.ir.llnn.. ot 1M.O f nail ta th. faint of

icepted another HolUman gained four, Marln center snap for the extra point I'NITKO' : STATEN Or .AM WitICA Itollnnlnii oon.i.iln' ., approrImst.ly
PHILIP IIKMANril: Mil. :111 Incas.. toothwr with
(giving the Blue Devils shaw lost two a pass was In- attempt was high, Elchert reaching I>HEI) llUHANKIt.: MIIMNMRWALTS all riparian and littoral Mi.hi*
and REx run: db'a, ,.....".10 apparialnlslf.
and Holtsman's take it and
[ sion on their own complete punt up to WALTZ. rHYu!. nuu. conrtm- l-AKCKL: II

1 Gibson was forced to was downed at the T13. Huggins trying to run It in, but was ATION. a New York iiurpuratloa.Ihrauih .
CITIZENS BANK .." .11 p.05.. .1.ln.I" by Tb. followln ._,IIo.d .'0"IIOO.I'd.n
Miller's kick was under anil aealnit the arty In atotloa' M.
i the 30 yard line with : .hove named ,,urimral end hills .;. '.\ ", Run 55.
u.l delendanta, and all persona, Nut: Wrivard County, Florida.Per .
maining in the first I COCOA DIRECTORY I firm and lorporatlon havlne orolalmlne a I'olnt of Meilnnln; hart
Sykes picked 15 nny dabs. title, ..'.'.. at th. point of lalrotloa of lbs
' up Hen. or Inlereel In Ih* tnllowlne I .fntrlln ., Ih* paved CountyKd
left end to the Gibson .orlb.d I.nili lylne lltuel end and tba. .lUa.laa (In aaMa.Urly
liams broke off tackle --- - -- -- -- -- AccountANY kelne la the County ot llrevnrd.nd dlreatlont of the S-utahnundary
Savings the Mute ot rlnrlda. li> wll lla* nf Oovl, I.t t, P..
more and another Plenot Organt Cultart Acceitorlot' Tko Mmilk Jilt rat *t the N Ie', el II.in 54. T m M. H M B HrevardCounty
It when the the III1J'. Ot Mmtlnn :1. Tnwn.hln Ptorlda: 'h....* ersln.d> t.
; quarter HI-'I 5 Gibson M Miiulh, llanie 1T Hael, a ,nlnl which. It kwl.d 8WV fuel
Hill got 3 to the Niiutk tit feel uf that part ,'rlll Mlov.mm.nl In a W...." ., dlrwtlna on Ihs
[Lance scored around SIIr" flU Gutters ( SIZE) ( l.i.t I ut Hviillua J atRani Mouth boundary tin. .t Oovl Lot
t RMOd. BandInttrumontt Town.hlp.: al South, fl J. lhno proreed la th. aim
[Southwestern's first ustcsHO., Mart, lye's sot .r 'h. a.nana VVnUrly dlrMtlnn alone lbs sums
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After 'C"I PI.y.ra. ,0- Hlv.r I I. ",ev.,1 Tounlv. Plotl.U. Mouth, boundary lln* of Oovt LotS
holding 4'iBtalnlni 14.1 .or.*, more *r 'IPM a dl "*.e* ft
[for practicallyno gain Expert Ropalrt en All Band Instruments CAN DO FOR YOU I s.dsuta.NOIIts : point! U.ao* pram, In a North
I western took over M S. Ahtntle Phone SU 3.1731Cocos Beech IIP slit vrly I illi'tnliin p.rp>ndloulr I*
,
Ills rtna op rioHiut toHKltNAIII th. Mouth hnunilary lln. of Government .
ling from their own 37 : ) HLANK Let t, lao prevlouily dee.
Two completed passes AUTO SALESSPACELAND MOBILE HOMES MAHHIMT HLANKMILUHHn tribal) a dim*no* of lift ft to a
-- .--- -- HLANK point, lano. proneod In a North
running plays placed TEST DRIVE THE NEW NOVA TRAILER SALES I.';" IILANKJEIIEMIAJI .rly dlrovtloa porpndktular. t*
fern Gibson's two : : I. OUTMAN Ih.I Ifnoth. boundary lln. *f Oovt
on 21 CfclJltll: : i. JANIMNJANIKN
Different Floor Plant Lot I. to a pole.f Inlemotlo
Sykes faked a jump To Cheese From hi* wits nf Ihn North boundary II.. of
and darted SAAB THN M MA MOW RROOK Oovl fat II the**. a
center CnORRLAND PACKWOOD NATIONAL HANK.INVINII WMierlr dln.llo .r-"NI I ahinioiUry
the score. s5d.I err w.....-.II.............. U'ClNA.NUIiETTII: TITAN MIII.MH lln* at Oov't lot t, to
PIEDMONT: PHANt'F** Ml 1.1.Kit and Into Ihs .* .* nf th* IndlaaHlv.r I

Trailing after SAAB E.., T...... Kre ...11,.", IlkHAI.K' IHIMKCKTIIK Ih.'**. rap Koutherly la
Gibson who never 120 Florid Ave., Cecte, M43 di a.' tat l-Pay you 4% per year INTEREST and your funds are always (' PItH A-O.LARK tad alone Ik. watori of the I*.

the first half, combined Ml. N. ., C.... r 5. Ho, I available. rilll.lP UllnANKN I ;:llan River, .ln orooetae ine vVMlerly th* Mouthhoundry nfOov
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Tel *M sal
: > I'MHANERIKlU :
drive early in the Mirt>KRI 1 th
AUTO SALES SERVICi --- ('OKHIIH ATIONTill I Lot sad praoeuHne la *
that went all the NOTIPIKtlIhil "me Mouth.rty dlrsatlo. I* a
way MUSICAL / Rill IIKKBHT
INSTRUMENTS I A
II Ettabllth credit for low cost auto loan or Installment p.k.5 th*, Month bound*nr u
your a 'loon thai
Land 10 yard line I a lemplalnl to furfi i .nil.d Wlrly ot lloyt Let ll
HUNTER
western held West I loan for any worhwhll purpoa.3Offs .. ,.. tale M.morlaaaa. 11. 1IHW.4ald and oa reoor.led orabout then. .. prowtd IfM ..., atnaflb.
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of
eolith boundary Slsv'I Let
Guitars, Drum, Btnjot Etc '.
SW's kickoff to the G40 LINCOLN, MERCURY INC. la Offish Revord Hooh., H:Jt,.. 11.i a potot kwaiid 14" fenal /
Lincoln Continental I Llncolr Gibson, Fendtrt, ttchMartln ..... tri publl roooril W *f tot SB aorner OeVt
passes later a holding Slingcrland, Rgrt, K.Y.Mammoth you the convenience ol a Personal Checking Account.No TI<| ( ,>untv rinrll. a* modirinlby L..I I. theao prawn N I'W B..
placed the Blue Devils Sales FtrH Service minimum balance required that .,"I. aireetnenl.. j ilM TI7T tool to natali bans pro
Musts rt'd
Stock of Sheet .. aid
|it.mb.r. 14 mn, i i x.d H tVI* fiTlM.* ft I* a
30. Miller and James Good Utd Cart ,In urr..' ..1 '100"'" Hook IM.. .IMI. lolnl lh. .nc. .... N. etxC SWI
GOULD MUSIC CO. rmord, 51 .d
for no gain, a pass to 1445 W. King Coco 34-MH 10* King St., Ceceo, 43d-t2U Provide. you with the security ol a Salt Deposit Box for only C CM.mnly public. Florida. which mortMie docojlhed TI a.55M'M'I it ;l.In a point 0.dlI15.Iisa: thenn pro*
but 15 th followlne
incomplete a $4.40 sills u'-umMW. point oa th* Maet boundary of

ty on fourth down and BEAUTY ACADEMY -- ---- -- a year.SMall. l.uU land.The till fed ., Ih. I I n Northerly"vt Lot I dlnottoa, 111._,, ,.alone aneed I*Ih..

the Blue Devils a first ---- -- OFFICE SUPPLIES NKi' : of Ih* ME'.. of Vrllua sax hu Ury of O.vt Let Le

3:20: remaining in the LEARN HAIRSTYLINGGet .. available to you the experience and resources ol Tllus 81 U.' Ei Townihl and M Ih. *Mouth Moulh. Rane Jlo I .a VttlBl *t InlereMillmi with th.

ter. Miller lost 2, a In High P.y Brtckttt rnovn.T"' Osricaaslirwit" roo vllle's oldest and largest bank lor any ol your financial needs rail ,>f Ik.l pan "f II M Overnm.nl (Minus.nts.tls..1 prd paved alone. County th. eealer Kinds.

der carried to the 8 Enroll Anytime ('.... inssassTli..vu1. : Lot M Month 1 of ,MatinsTnwn.Lln HanS I M ti, Ma ., allnsv.d Ccunly. Road I*
Tuition Ik Point of BeelnnJxB. MneUHneof
Small *
M.nthly .
M7Wr **.t .. of the Mana.A
first Southwest held I Reel: Ivlne aro>|m.uly SIPS ... Toeeth.r -
DAWSON COCOA Hlv.r In Hmvard teunly' PlorId Ht
and
Devils from the 8 buys a laL.maa In Tltu.vtll leald to oonlala l45.'tintha. : with 1I riparian *
four straight plays BEAUTY ACADEMY 'h..,. ilavi each w..k t" help von .*...". fllod In Ih* above. namad total tan. l elates ikr.oaia apporlala*
with IVuk.. Chain. mine Mun I I'.mrt by W.hb Kaapp lotiMlawaro a PARCEL: lit
200 Wlllard, Coc.4343120 ', M.ik-
ell Mlnwoiraphi Mtipllne norporetlaa, and 1'h.mnor -
ball.Gibson' only score In*.. N.I l ('.hln.'.. Typewriter*. I H.nk New Tori True Con'puny Start le'IIII a* *Nartkt pa rats moauexnlwhKh *Mnr ofOovt
CONSTRUCTIOpTTQUiPMENTCtntTortl .
Addlne MII'hint.PEST a N.w York baahla* oorvreiioa. l..t 5. MeotMrn .... T..I.III .
10:14: left in the game. --------- Yes WE'RE A FULL SERVICE .> aad ah of van I I. >.* "", : ...... n.ieo .M Bi..i. ......,..
was forced to kick CONTROL rund: I* til* Herk vane as.w.r Cnualr. PVerUa.; -11M ptewodMoulh

own 10 yard line. Equipment yind;; Put Control I BANK! {55.rnu..ran ..with
quarterback William & Supply, Inc. apon plnlntirr. etlnrrrv AlI llae a5 I4rrt LM tt lo a Point
.KY. MAAHM HrHIMHH LIMn
lb.sso
Walker Chemical & ol MJialB( proedNorth
second down fired a ,. Mural Polailin 1'ta.a
.A at N' dtntaac.
SW35 /INDALE. KNOX, VAN DYKI Exterminating Co., Inc Swish Palm Y ..h, F......"... nun or dial loot JJ't *riaati Ihean*
der from the a pro
Rentoli Slt Service later tI... N.........r :55 I.... nr r..4 oulh WOO' Won fur a dl- /.'
1014 Dixie
So. Can
one man and faked Scaffolding Hwy, Ply IM fe Pro Conl.eeo will lane of n.l imlnltth.nr
ke ."t.vel anlnet I you' < d 1lItrlt'IIO':
the score. Extra point : ar Call ColUct 4M-1t30 haaof aid offklal .
M.rrltt Island, Ph 434-MT3 WITNESS My for a < mans of SMO feel to a
failed. -- peat at Tlluevlll. Plor..., this petal: tlMae. pred Moulh
JEWELERS :::: Mamif acturlng REAL ESTATE Inib day ol IKioher. lttCUL'HT Wt for a .dlatj .f nff 1-;:
,
( MKAI.i: a' pelal. oa Ibs'ante boundaryHa
( ,.rt|I. N Rarao of ......1 ...* 0than... prooxdMmrta
till biiuMil waif II COCOA MFG. JEWELERS I i-ik, tin;: ull r'owHBy ..-...' Ht alone. the MouthB
:
Joe E. Moore Inc. .
trAIIPT S aI.5 ..uail.ry line of Ovt Lot I. for a
b DIAMOND SETTERS '''X''I' f .11i dlelanc. of TC4I foot I* Ih. SautaeM '

{)' "Brevtrd't Only MI,. JwlrN REAL ESTATE LINDSAY MA KOOt'"/ A I' dletaao. sans ol t1) fo4* ta Lot th*S Mamh-fr a

and Diamond i."., A" '''''.'' for PtnlBtKf. a.l omr of Oar'l Lot Si thine
Cemalcre' IIJ P.InetaM slain. .aSSh proieed Nartb '.5y Rsal for a
g New M.unin i.lowdry Rtptlrt Real Ettate Service Calm "f.1', b. Florida I dlelaaM of MM fl t* Ih* Point
All Work en Pr.mla. U' I IK W Nor. 'I. 5M./ ..,'l li4ftOTM of hu-lala: *..-1.. *f no
114 Harrison Ccea, 4J44W3 ""- ---- .--- rolMtaly 40I aare*. taaather
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rOMKri l) l MMB4I
I 101 Harrl.MII32.0677i M or with all rlMarUa ed (ttierelrttf"
i .K ..T U...'" 0* .
JfclfMM* apoertalalaet
HOMES SEWING MACHINES i IMI t ir lull nr thai a Cult ...
!! i MOTH IM HHMt3l UIVCN TAWO'I'K'II
y**> In la Circuit
KEEpbRU Brevard' County's;: Only; Cemolet; ; h.l '... unie ed: Curtis: II Cewrt for led Ninth J dlnlalClrnrit I
1IWAYt I Wo ham the floor plaa to oult Sewing' Machine Center ll.i.,.., i Urk n15:, ( areu 11'ourt *f ,lie malt of ,...,.... land
f.mllr and Ih* .., ol Mr ever 4 1:...",. flarlli' will. '. .......rd whorolaI
your N.w I I' M.iklnMRrp.lr. ,. CO'O"'ff
/-t ..
tae .tk ot Novm r IMal
.
I budget m ANAYMNAI. I I N Ih*
lo nil your ._ .
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lerlor or. oor epedaUy. 5.s a At .ri Rental II'''' A If. at lae. eaal 4<>'"r r Pla atlffjaad t\"J'II'rl.< H MNNNILT
for part*. acootM. alt iBevraaco P..r Ru4ti Trm Ih* ourlhouee of II,..... rt .l. ar ..,*.d...,..
Plaaaclne and R-fhiatnc APOLLO SEWING CTR (',.untv la lie l'Itr *( Tlt'i, vlll.. IwlBM Ckaarery' Cn.. 1'1. MWLTh
r.n.l. ,,,,.. for eel. and l ...II.t aalur* *f IM* mil I* a suit tofulal >
QJ. WYATT MOBILE HOMES Morrltt liUnd Shapln Center iin.. notary .. m. blekeet.r Mil OB led' a..a.. doeorlbed. I
TMw tos'89 I' 117 a. Dial .......", I Mrrttt 'Idend. Flo. ,.I Ir.r ., MM.r for ...... 0,. tnl. .
CaMe. 41h14M .. ---- CITIZENS BANKRIVERSIDE ,l'.win", .l.wrliMni. oro..rt> illuatoin ACH'OP tort it RMVIRKDlo :
TIRES Ur..."! uuatr. rinrlila. l..- HI.* pour .."...,.. air wrtttenilifeue
1 MOBILE HOMES -- ---- .11 U. I*. ( ..."' .1.' wltk lea1115
--. All/ II.., iar<.1 l of lent ./Il oars (' of I...r "1 h .ill Count af Hr..
24 ALL SERVICE TIRE CO.Rtr.dlng lima l ....1! b.4s5h II,...,* yard t'oualy n rioa. ta tbi* proMediae I''
Baird MobUe Home Inc. i untr rtorMa. and known nad to *aye **BTth
Oerutio enameiized end 1.'I.I lo II It and 13 Ht I... *,ecf upea lb. PlaaMMf* Atinrnov -
Vtrfcenlilnf : :
tin I"' .., beautifitt. With Over M New end Used ;;, i: .. .Perk Sub.Slrld"n!! >hoiH name aad aaw***
metal turface PatMntxr Truck AT BROAD TITUSVILLE i. ".rf\ .l i 'la I'toi H>M>n t. ra>. I* .. >nr m4.l,-
type of end Indwetrl! EovtpmentAll I I. ..t Ik. Public Knoriti' ,...Ilr . ONE COAT. fe Ch*.*. ,re... ...".1 County. fl'.rl'U 4* at dinner I....
Work OU'PlntH4 I iuiiuenl. lo ,|.. mail !<- r.. i.lr : > k** .'.. .... ..1Nrals5rw. r Brevtrd't Large D..l.r I MUIU.: .>'*-l mini'. ...*usd IB a a..- tl".I"IJr"r.; : Caawt *: TIUr -
W' II A... Cecil 43i41 I ,irnll.. ,m Mid 1,1.: IB' .lvl 1- .if I.". 1110 ..*rtl <'..."". r1*..>'ia.
,.",1. N. Cecil, U.S. I, 434.$111EXPRESSWAY dgway n.ft.JUL.IJffUttT; ; .... a i fMTItH .a'n. '. II l> ......1... Jr .1 I.IIi. .10.. II 'Ii! of "-'-'. A U
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FACTORY MOBILE WATCH REPAIR .nl. 'M'9aMpv IkHkei SumkrrMiroKMM ""url Arah
L, :vnr I'ltriM HAMNCIf:
HOMES WM. H. BAILEY : mt haul ,.1 i 'in> 'lei (.lern of.the Clnult Court
OUTLET, WMtcketBtfaat4 .5.l! .f aid <'0..r| lal. 1610 ..., ot ST MPANOLERTltunlll.
Shepplng M Medal M e 12 Bodr**** ii,.,".... 114ll VD.Mp.a
BaUw4n :
.Ifl 1 to S days LOPELL.
Fully Eovlpped ir, oil ,'..""n Saab fAR ID I : Ja..
CThTiMineytilii or CompUeitedWMck < urtle M.. A'lorn', .v hP Phlatlffanut.
S3.C95 l-rk nl NM.ste ..n. 111555c"
....ud on Premises| .
4 ML N..5 Cac. U. S. 1 4. EP.were A...>IO Sly Mary.Doeaiir Jo*Ca :Ir .\I' ."r.i 1.I.n4.ItI rlortda.

Ttl. 434-t)0 Neat la P. 0, Cocoa 0 115 1.*. ,, ..i> I Mot JI, UcL L 1.1. 11 .Jlo..) 1554.










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I ...,.""aUU1L u lIr: ,.- l'IH.I.'u.' "1 PIRH 1'\0" TENITIAN: WIT 7 pRTrnorT.A TIOEB BEN, PIACBTBEE IT.. curo.'. FLA.Mri .
la Wees ,.t.... ..... I I.IIJIK
'I'auntu u 'if ifio !Josirng bona c9 also a member of the National
J I KIKMil'lrml Ruby Jo nee (D) Xoote No. I, Box 1012: Cocoa
Signature Ins u I nool uuldren Bad derived Elementary Principals Association 1 < Must 43U Ocean Buck Bl d Cocoa BeackINirPKCTilHH INBPECTORBEthal .

Explain 1. 1.. W II. Doshoff. Veterans from it |I I and National Council of
''A life member of the National Teachers' of Uathematkt. Harriet Lrl.t P O. Box *48, Cocoa Baaok Mr.: I A. J.aaneDO ) IPlOoeoaJve
Service Officer for Brevard County -- -- --- -------- Anna K. I..reon 8 l Molman Ava, Cape Canaveral Mrs Nell J a rb.tD) ,. V.rr A"i Cooo.
that H. R. 1927 the Cie-k.; Hbarley Brow. 118 W. ...... ...... Coooa Baack Mn. Btkal (D) =u No. Rang. Rd. Cocoa
4..H Program says I and Inspectors For The Central Election. Row C. Bumrall alop Atlantic Ave., Cape Canaveral Mrs Lorene JapfcTn
I Bill In Congress amending the Nov 3. 1964 Appointed by the Board of County Commitionorf Cornelia Luley 147 Lane Cocoa; Beach
Veterans' Code and AUaa flakar MS Oadwla Lane Coooa Baack xo. s rov COMM. Pill DEPT BHABPB. TLA.'er .
granting of BrtTtrd County. lat M. Amo 2JB MckTInlav Ave, Coooa Back. CLRRisar
James T. Oxford, Brevard I many needed equities for Veterans .......no C. Redden MB Annlo Lane, Cooaa BaaakUB r a r (D: ) XB-a-3621 Bharpei
Rack W. Shurta B. Voluela Lane Coooa Back
Tounly Agricultural Agent, will s, passed both Houses of PNECINCT woasoaa BI..T.UT. : KO. 1PaatsxCT AIt. 10. W. 8alYln 1ST Wlleon A".., Coooa huh Mrs Radaq (D ) Nla49f0. Iharpee I IMn
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be the speaker at the meeting Congress in the closing hours of s0. a. LAuaiNUa AI..O.'I' "Letea.'t
CLERK
: PBECISCT: SO. U COCBTBXAT; BMW FIBB BOCSBCURKi :0.. D P. O. Box 111. Sherpa
W Bat' ( )
Oct. 22 at the last session.It
called for Thursday Mary Alias Kittle. 4 Chrtatmae Hill X4: THueville Blumlo (R) Bharpeaharpaa

7:80 p.m. in the interest of starting IKRPBCTORiiiThalBw AK .s. Wkllaomk P.O. Box HI XL 2, Marrltt M.. Ckarhv B. Kemp D)
for has been sent to the White CbaiidotaMaalBO 50 Dairy Rd., Titu v Ml. df B>BCTOR": Mra, Rutk Mop :D) Sharper 1
a 4-H program boys in House for signature of the President Bornhoiat P. W. BonJeaoette 1744. I PMstna Kaettnnr P.O. Box Nf Rt. t, Merritt M.MIMrad Mrs OBIe Mile (D) Box 2T. Ikarpee
3US I
North Brevard.The fttiw Old Dlx IR.r.wk Ttuavtllo Monteoalv PO.: : Box lI Rfc 2, MerrUt M. Mrs Harry Her or (D) SbarpnlMr.
will and he has until October Mattel Trimble tW Jay Jay Vara Btrayer P.O. Box SU Rt 1, M.rrltt letrranoea .. E. C. MoClarra fR) Route No. 1 Boa 811. 0It00.
explain4H
County Agent Helia B.rmrtt 2M I Old Dixie Hwy, TltuKVlllePHKCINTT
C .2)ycb) P.O. Box Mo Rt. 8, Merrltt let
will 17th within which to sign this Bold T. Bumnor BM Lincoln AT*., Tltuirvtlla P.O. Box as Rt.
for boys and help organize Maad Ooo.r I L M.rrltt ldl PRECINCT JlO. f BOCKtEDOE FIBE STATION.ekledga .

a program here in the Into law. If he does not signIt >O. *>A, TITCHTILLE, AIL AM. lJrod.rooa P.O. Box 1\10\ Rt. 2 M.rrttt JeL .. rlertda.

the bill lapses and Veteransare tkembar ., t:..__ BI.,. CLlRK: :
North Brevard area. CLBRK'Thelin. : PRECINCT 1110. It OLD MALL cHvaCR or GOD Mrs AIps Reynold. (D) No. 1 South Palm Way Rockl",.

All parents of boys age 10.19! left where they were before Q Chick P. O. Box 243 Tlttievtlle 1W ... ...... alve D. INBPBLTORs: .
this legislation was Introduced. INmtCTORg: CLaRK: Mrs Ruth HuABlatef Interested in 4-11 should attend Clara Flake. P. O. Boa MS, Tltimvllli tettr U Orlffli Rt I Box 1M4, Merrltt bL Jeanne C. Brarley. (D) P. O. 'oC Cocoa
this in the Community Mary Cottrell 4M Canaveral Ave., TtUuville mr'IaUTORtt. M.... Ruth Bolt. tll) 211 LRtle tam. RCK'kl., ...
meeting W H. 011 m t. Palm Ave. Tltuiwlll. .,.,. Helen Jams Rt S Box Utl, Merrltt III. Mrs Erma B. Plait fD) 1lII Valencia Road, Rockl04..
Room of Citizens Bank, also any r. Fern H.mblnn P. O. Box 2113 Tltumll. Beryl Ayera RL I Box Utl Merritt I.I. ,..... M. B..n.tt (D) Ifo, 1 South Pain Way, Roekl.tI"
.: Interested Hessler Named Zebra Smith 18T1 Harbour Ave, Merrltt IoL Sri Ercla Andrews (R) liT Dove Rockledge
retired or single men FKKflNCT' NO. ..... TITl'B*ILI.E, Maria L .Abel Mlealla View Ava, Merritt III. Mrs Cbrt.tln. Ken IR) 1027 L-e lit, Rocking.
h in working with the boys in 41'would I Chamber. of temmerre; Bld|. Phyllta Mall 8U Glen Haven Dr.. Merritt lal. M... Jean Frlnklev 1'l.kKK : riorlna Vincent TIll B. Banana River Dr, Merrltt. lal.teniniaalty lira. Bulb Tucker. (D) Booth' Fiche Blvd, Rockledia14BS
be most welcome. Verna Nataon I Broad m, Tltu.vllla ...... Joys Roth ID) Rockl"' ,. Drive, Hockl04,.
Anyone desiring further In. School Savings INrPHCTORaV: PREINT; "". II AIS YRLLOWnNt5 HALL

{ formation is asked to call Mrs Loulee Navln. lilt Jone. !Bt! Tltimvllle tkarek tacaa Beach PRECINCT JIIO. ST BBEVABU: 1t'1UOB COLLEGE
Julia Parker P. O. Box 804. Tltuevlll CLERK: : Clearlak. Bead C...., 9 Ion da
? Grenville, 267-5514 or Mrs. Rob- Emma W. Kaay Cherrydon Mobil. Homes, Tltu..III.I'IU.t'IJ'C1' Myrtl. B. Miller 101 Orlando Ave. Cocoa Beech CLLRK:
INSPECTORS: Perry ...borouih (D) 12" Perdue Way- Cocoa
t bison, 267-0609. ChairmanFloyd NO.' 14, MOUTH LAKE:, Paul C. Oodke tit B. Atlantic Are, Coooa Bach INSPECTORS:
.awsta Plat .. Carpaer: .d. David P. Ramntan P.0. Box lid Cocoa Beach Mary Lou Harrall (D) 189 Fen SC. Cocoa
Tony Poalar *I7 Cocoa Are, Cocoa Beach
CLKRK"Thelma'P.: M.rI. Fontenot ID) 1k11: h/nceton/ Cocoa
W Hessler. Principal JHngham 4203 Catalina Bt, Tltuavllle Barbara Taylor 441) .IBo Atlantic' Ava, Cocoa BaackHelen Mrs Edgar: IIt..rt. Ir. (II) 2616 II.Farl.od Dr.. Cocot
Wllklni. P.O. 4J5. Cocoa Beach
Sales INttPECTORH: J8ft Pln..ot Ct., Cocoa
Magazine Barbara Warren (HI
Sea Park 'ara Elliott P. O. Boa 41. Cocoa Bench
Elementary School, JeaelK Bell Youree 48 Lane, Tltuavllla Irt. Lewle IDI 1818 Lak.ont Cocoa
Ok'o Helen Bertram 108 Auclla Rd., Coooa BeachMrs
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Satellite has been Carolyn B. Koury 421. Tltuevlll Jane Carrier tDI 13.1 C.mbrld Cocoa
Beach
appointed Betty J. Gilbert 42% Deauvllla Bt, Tltu.vllle John Hyd. CIIC 41k BU North Cocoa Beach Ruth Logan (IBI 1604 Clearlaka. Cocoa
volunteer U.S. School Mary Harvell 44T Malik Ave, Cocoa Beach ,
Total I $$5,600 FREtlMCT MO. I'. MIMS FIRE nOflllC: Lucy Haadlev P.O. Box 22 Coca Beech WOBKKRS DISTRICT NO. S f
| Savings Chairman for Brevard CLERK' : Alt Jennie H.I..... 236! II... Atlantic ,A.., Coooa Beach S AAB BAD uLLIH55W :
PRECINCT:
County it was announced today Piullnn H Pitman Rt-J Bon 188-B Tltuavllla Alt Alice Jokneon P.O. Box 1088, Cocoa Bach at a.. Uallle (;1... c....f
INSPECTORS: AIL Dorothy Tboroal P.O. Box 78 Cocoa BeachPNKrINCT
i The annual Junior Magazine by Livingston Barwick, chairman CI.EIIKI
Gladys Mol ndon P.O. Box 104 Mlm. lilt Guava Bt, Eau Gallle .
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to close at of the County volunteer Vlolitt Wright P.O. Box 21IS. Mima ; vtoMKrn DINTHICT xe. Alta F.
J Sale has now come a PR""I1'; >... 0 .MSLBOHfiK. rtUKIUllClvla INSPECTORS:
Dorothy Walker Rt-J Box 2118'
MimaOwar
1131 Aurora Rd. Eau Gallla
1 Titusville High School with record Savings Bonds Committee. Abernathy P.O. Box MlmiRoaa ( Center rreiil Htreet> Dorothy Anton
1824 Highland A.., Eau Galllo
at Arthur Kendall
: : CLERK
1 sales of $5,600. Ann Myara P.O. Box ..VIII.PBKI'INC'I' 1720 Guava Ave, Eau Oallle
Grace D. Jones Box T8S, Melbourai Emery ShafferWilliam
Hessler the first such
appoint'ment 6.11 Young Bt, Eau Oallla
salesman for the first N0 us. I5014x a1TEa ; INSPECTORS: L. Vic
) High CITT. COMMCNITy; BLDG
I in Brevard County will I 1 CLERK: Laura Hlnea tRI 6IT Melwood Driver Melbourne Allhea HoffCLERK 2201:: Pineapple Avenue, Eau Galllo

J day was Phyllis Wilson second represent the Treasury Savings Hi.lla H Orl... 118 Waihlngton A..., Indian Rio. City Manaret P. Waddall (D) 225! 8. Babcock Htreat Melbourne : Eau Gallle
1108 Magnolia Ave
a highest was Sharon Gault, and INSPECTORS: Elaine W. Vauilm (D) 211 Melbourne Avenue, Malbourne Hugh McCormick
Bonds Division in working with Oanavltve/ H, Newman P.O. Box 1465, Tltuivlll Claude R. Tonea (D) Box 788, Melbourne INSPECTORS:
? both were awarded stuffed toy the Thrift Education Chairmanof Eva LM Bobo 288 Pin. at., lad Rlv. City Mary Headline (R> 22! Blinonla Street, Melbourne Garry H. TholanWaller UN Houeton Bt, Bun.GallicT5U
7th 8t, Eau G.III.K.nn.tb
dogs for their achievement. Irane A. Bo.hoff 1'.0 Box 2n5, Ind. Rlv. City Flora Edie (D) 1117 Melbourne Avenue MelbounaTbdma Fowler
Gallla
!: the County Council PTA, and Erma L. Humlonr IS4 Bermuda Avenun, Ind. Rlv City Woloott (D> P, 0 Box 878, MelbournePBBCINtT Karrlck 1971 Pineapple Avenue Kau
t The sales leader for the last non-PTA schools in expandingand Vera Loul. Hanka ( Orange Ct, Ind. Rlv, City Mildred P. KlmballFBECINCT 1731 Highland Avenue, Eau Gallle
.' day was Pam Sharpe with the I Mlllard W. Pinch P.O. Box 811. and Rlv. City : MO. 1 MALABAB FLORIDA (CIVIC CBMTEB)
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managing the U.S. School Bua Coleman P.O Box 48, Ind. Rlv. City CLERK: PRECINCT !o. sa N. BAD OALIIBVale
5 amount of $206.55; second high Corolla N. Kloeppel Box M, Malabo .. Sherwood Park Elententary Kokaal
Savings .
with Program.At PRItI'IIII'T ]NO. 51. KOTTHMOOB, JONKI1 MDOCKRT "TC. IT.... INCrfECTORBi: CLERK
J est, Phyllis Wilson $125; CLERK: Melba C. .....10.11 (D) Box 113 Malabar M... Ju.nlto Howe Rte 1. Boa 24, Eau Gtllle
t and third Sharon Gault with the county council meeting Cleric ranlrll P.O. Box It, Aiotlmtoor Victoria B. Mo.ll.r (D) Box 12. Malabar INHPECTOIU: c
INkFKCTCJHH: Robert A. Mueller (D) Box S2, MelabarDelila Date lows Rlo I, Box :24 Eau 0.11I.
a $115. Sept. 28, the PTA voted to Rlanrha A. Poulaa P.O. Box 21, Hoottamonr Clarrldia (R) Box 146 Malabar Mlnton Rta *, Boa 41, Eau O.llle
Billy C. Hancock, head of the adopt the U.S. School Savings I.uollla O'Ktnn PO. Box 27 Brottamoor H-l-n Hchmldt (R) Rnx U8. Malabar Laker Ra 1, Box 4', Eatt Oallle
Elliabetb M. Hcrai Rt-1 Box M, Tltuavllla Mildred Harnlnh (R) Route 2, Box 868 Melbourne M... Hales Bate 112 ".. Oak Lan. Eau .Illa
History Department of THS, was Program as their formal thrift Edna M. Futon P.O. Box SOU. Boottcmoor 'Hub.tllute for Mr. Mrs Woodrow TBOmpt 1104 Aurora Road Ban Uallle

the sponsor of the magazine education project. This programwas ClarrldiePBKriMT .....t.r Fox Ill Live Oak Lana Eau Oallle
PRKdNCT HO. U, OflfTH TITtNVILLC:, HIGH SCHOOL: OfMw' .
sale. Assisting him were John selected because of patriotic CLERK: NO. a OH.(XT, fLOKIDt (CIVIC tBNTBB' ) :PRECINCT HO. SO W. Btl OtLLIE

Draper, Mary R Kelley and aspects that give the schoolchildren Prank Dardan S24 Indian River Av., Tltuivllla CLERK: Vela lit Wei IC.. Oallle Plra Ktellen
INSPECTORS: Edna Chancy Box 148 Grant CLERIC:
Florence T. Eaton. an understandable vehicle Myrtle N, Thompson The reamed by the for the practice of good lIu.l.l D. Brown 1IUS Indian River Av., Tltuivilla R. R. Orntand (D) Box 88, Grant INSPECTORS. ; ,
money ROil.II. M. Kirkland 161 Romtvalt 1IIt.. TltuavlllaThalma Elile Mae Brlnaon (D) Box M3. Grant Mary Law M| Lytton Road Eau: fllluHarloik |
magazine sales will go toward citizenship while learning thrift Prina 1'HO Waahlnfton A..., Tltuivllll Irl. Blue ttwlevr (Rl Box :G8. Grant Loulae Roebuck RO.dJ Eau Oallln

> the Junior-Senior Prom this and good money management. Mary Maurlna Wler 168 Jackroa Bt. Tltuavllla Mamie Ethel O.Chri.Un.on Mlchele (IK(D) Box Box 87 21.,'Or.ntI Grant Edna Troilln Rt. 1. Box Eau 0.111.r.II'U'T .

{ coming spring. PMKCINtT; KO. M, NHINrBIIIXU' HILLS, COUNTRY CLIB Ethel Thompson (R) Box 246. Grant : : 1110, U fLO\'ERIDOa ALMAR) .. IIU) O..LLIC
Hessler said he volunteeredfor CLERK: I .... at teatral .... Mlgk Srkeal Kea: Oallla .
the post because of personal Helen R. Whaler lot SlnfUton Av., Tlluivllla I PRKtlllT: NO. IT :PALM Bit, FLORIDA CITY( HALL) CLERK I IEoelvn
CLERK Eau Gallle
INBPECTORBl I felu 1281 Harbour City Blvd
familiarity with the program inTHE"PET Pauline Maavrve :-K! W. Trnplo It. Tltuivlllr Marlon H. Knecht Bust Palm Bay INSPECTORS: :
Katva Ramrr 1:0:0: > Jun. NIht Bt., Tltunllla INUI'KCTOKH: Garland Baldwin 1810 Indian River Dr., Eau OallleMO
--- Plnwb Tbomii.on, 374S! Country Lane, Tlluivllla Miry B .Pnllak (D) Box II, Plm Bay Ruth AtwaterBhlrley Everglade Drive, Eau: Oallle
SHOP Inland A. Lesley 2118 Singleton A... Tltuivllla Alexandra Michel ID) Box T2, Palm Bay Bartlett ITI: Whltmlre/ Dr., Eau Oallle
Fern M. Tickle (D) Box 118 Palm Bay George Cunningham ":2 Everglade Drive Eau Uallle
l'IIItU"I'T "tlKIIIIIII: DI"TIU1'' 440. 9 Oladva J. Mulhearn (D) Box 138 Palm Bay CLERK .
9 "Everything For Your P.t" "KI'lIIIT; : ]M0. INLAND' HtI\,1I1i LOTUS Marian A. Michele (D) Box (8S, Palm Bay Dorothy Wnbker S6T Indian River Dr., Eau Gallle
CLERK: : Nora Beckett (R) 82: 0. E. Palm Bay Rd., Palm Bay INSPECTORS:
i Fancy Collar*- ... ._Toy* Emmy Rend. Harper Rt. I Box 600 M.rrltt lat. Evelyn Ray IR) J17 N. E. Dakota. Palm Bay Er..t W. Shock 820':! Ballard Drive, Eau: Oallle
1207 N. Mild, Orlando, OA J-0155 INSPECTORS: Ell.abtb McCarthy Dig Wbltm.re Dr., E.u O.lIIeEr.
Budge, Fish, Puppies Supplies Rufus Blawart Rl. S Box ) mKIIIIT; Ml. Ill MM tO. FLORIDAHeffran ..et O. Lanir. 804 Royal Palm Drive, Eau: O.llle
Melvin B. Caiper Rt S Box :2.'i: ::: .i. ( Uelf Service Btatlent Bonny Weeimlller 824 Royal Palm Dr., Eau Oallle4U2
47t N. Orange, Orland, OA J-1742 I. B, Montgomery Rt. I Box 65', Marrltt III.PHKCIiKT CLERK: a..>. Neff ttbaron' Dr., Eau Gallle
Para L. Cunnry Route 2, Box 840, Vero Beack

; KO. 10 OKORUItNA; MBTHODIHT CHlRtH: IMfPKCTORtf.Maraarat mrnitT; 10. 41 FIST HONE: OAKUIONele
DODGE CHARLES SLADE III Oeartlaa E. Bricker (R) Rout. 1, Box IST Vero Bach at Herbeer (.It, Elementary 8e......
CLERK: Kathryn Nur.nl (D) Rout. :3, Box 86S, Vero Bach CLERK:
I I. CARS AND TRUCKS RARE COINS Eva H Fnlnnnt Box 134 Cocoa,, Coooa Loul. Benlamln (D) Rout. 2, Bus 221. Varo Beach Martha Orubb. IMS Jackson, Eau Oallle, FloridaNeTECTOHH ,
INBPKCTOR8': Florence Evans RI) Route 2, Box 8H Vero BoschPREt'INCT :

M.r.nreta Coleman RU S Box (8*. Marrltt hi, Shirley Letter 149 Coolldge Ave., Eau Oallle, .....
DODGE DART w. Buy and Pay More Kr.drlrk W. Kendall Rt. I Box 41)7, Merrltt lal. ; *0. II MKLHOVHXE HR.tCH.: ; FLORIDA CLfB HOIKC Ruth Hint 200S Nixon Ave., Eau Gallle, Fla.

i Compute Parts DepartmentTrained Largest Stock of Coins Around Miry W Peterion Rt. S Box 621 Merrill I.I. I CLERK Eetella McOarity 1U85 Jeftereon ,Ave.. Eau Oallle, Fla.
age N, Or.n Orlando 415-49W I K.lllh W. Oedney Rt. S Box 460 Marrltt 1.1. Edith W. Andrew. Route, Box 143 Melbourne BeachINFPICTORSI Martha Meyer I7' Kelmore Dr. Eau OallleMeriem
1 Mechanics Cedellx OlllKtt Rio S Box 4M Merrltt 1.1. : Stewart 1302 Wlleon m.. Eau Onlllv
All. Klula Raullna Rio S Boa f38. Marrltt til. Florence Row (R) Box SIS, Melbourne Beach
INDIAN Grace Oardenour (R) Avenue A, Melbourne Beach PRECINCT NO. .. WltttT ROWS: (1.'K.tlC"
I .RIt'IIUT NO II MERRITTBLAND Carol ..oCI.... (D) 802 Hlblecue Trail Melbourne Beach vole aS Rebel 11I1..... Nrkaol V Irkham Hit.Trerlnrt .
RIVER MOTORS Caemaaliy Bulldt.g a Fire H.... M... M. Cowen Osborne Poppell CLERK: Franoee Andrewe (R) Route 1, Box 843, Melbourne Beach CLERK
208 N. Ora1D.a : Robeona Hcbert P.O Box 880, Cocoa Ellen H.... 4D) Route I, Box S78, Melbourne Beack Claude Law, ClarkINtfPECTORSs MS Lyttoa Road, Eau Oallle
I INSPECTORS .
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New Smyrna Botch Furniture Co., Inc. I... Dlxon MO Hlblmur Bid., Merrill III PIIICI1\T: 1\0. no NOUN.MIIL"O: ( HOE:, PLORID.1 H.I.n Bu."b.eker.I6OC. : ......o.d Rlvd, Eau Oallle
Anne Donna 81. Srd Street M.rrltt lal. llvle Center Maw Direct) Mra. Fred A. Co nee her H7 Fattier Rd., Eau Oallle
TEL. 42I44M Hernloa Johnion 21S Anttqua Ava., CLERK: M... Mamie R. Huihea 2BIM Pawnee Dr.. Eau O.llle
1V a) Interior Decorating Vlda McOIII *n So. Tropical Trail I r'.t..rlkt 111. Elleehnth Johnion 101 Line Btraet Melbourne M.. William BeardileeMr. 8n Comnche Ave. Kau O.llle
Wall-to.Wail Carpeting Auauita mhmlilt 8TII gas Tropical Trail Marrlti III. INSPECTORS: .. babel CottarPmHnrt :2451 Delaware, Eau O.llle
Harriett Milton 508 Palm Ave.. Merrltt lal. Helen Horn (D) 2IT 5. Melbourne Avenue, Melbourne
Learn Hairstyling NowfWOODY'S Installation' Bally Mlw.ll I Alabama Way. Merrill 1.1. Llllla Mae Brothers (CD) 26 trtone Htreet, Melbourne ClIft
) Draperies Carpets Bertha Rover 40 Kenwood Are, Merritt Inl Oretha Jobneon (R) :215! Llpecomb Strict Melbourne CLERK:
Richard T"omp.un fNl ()rang. A... Merrill 101. oaeph Stalllnga! I Clerk WS Comanche Ave, Eau Callle27S4
g) Homo of Fine Furniture) AIL A. 0 Bunt 1118 Laura A", M.rrltt 101. PKM'INT: f0 ii IODIALANTIC FLORIDA (TOWN HALL) INSPECTORS:

Hairstyling Institute Dreitl and Pennsylvania AIL 10 Ass Ko..rko 240 Alaks Rd.. M.rrltt hi. CLERK: Mn. Gertrude MechonMra. : Doran Dr, Eau Oallle
: f Dorcee J. Brandeleln 1M Fifth Avenue IndlalantloINCHBCTORll John Robert 5M Mandan. Eau Oallle
2504 McRae St. fHKCINCT(; NO. It URA 'K METHODIST: 'HI'.rK : Mrs Ana M. Btalllnn 2487 Baron Road Eau O.llle
721 Palmetto 425.1011N.w M..rtlt 1.1... Mary Alice Dlnarwell (R) :284 Mlchlcaa Avenue Indlalantlo Mn. Katherlne M.choa 24M: Sadler Rd, Eau Oellle
Orlando 4248573CONOTONC CLERK: I.ydla Wantwnrth (D) tuo N. Ramona Avenue, IndlalantloCarl Annie J. Hancock 8111 Avenue B.. Melbourne
Smyrna Beach Mr.. Alfred K.. *4 Hampton Way "rrltt lri- Brandeleln fRI Uo Fifth Avenue Indlalantlo Mrs Hubert C. Ellis 2801 N. Babcock Melbourne
Arthur ID 228 Pint Avenue, Indlalantlo
INSPECTORS: Kathryn ) Jo.l.
M. Oliver :210 Avenue B., MelbourneMary
Maria Maraca 149 W. Leon Line, Couoa Beach Heiter R. Green ID) :280 Seventh Avenue Indlalantlo O. Phillip. 611:! Nelman Ave, Melbourne
Now Smyrna Builders Arleen Hooper HT Hampton Way Merrltt lei Row Rlchardi IR 438 Flret Avenue, Indl.l.ntlo.alt'I"t'T ) Theodore FournlerElliabeth 1-14 N. Dixie Hwy.. Melbourne
Marcia .vv 822: Third HI., Merrltt lei. Htefaneo 834 Avenue A, "..Ibourn.Patt'I'T .
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Supply Co. Kathleen Wright ?<>4 BUtb Bt, Merrltt I.I. N0 It WEST: MKI.ROI'RNE FLORIDA I
O HEARING AID CENTER L. Lumber A Building Materials lice M.pp 12 Buttonwood Ave.. Mtirrllt III. CLERKuhy lie ('1.... Drive Fellre Faaadatlaa) N0 III MELHOCRVECLERIC :
Dora Oewrv 40 No. Tropical Trail Merrill hi. : I I late at Melhaar Plea IIt.II..
"Everything for tho Builder" Margaret Wallay I'M No. Tropical Trail Marrltt 1.1. Hlmmone 181 Mlntoa Road, Melbourne :
Sonotone of Orlando Dixie Freeway at Canal St. Julia Uleaiun PM OAK Bt. Merrltt III. I INSPECTOR: I MT Btrawbridse Ave, Melbourne
Kathryn Oalloa RIO Lrjuna Maria Corkarham N.w Smyrna Beach Dr., Merrltt I"I. '
1 Murray S. Long, Dlit. Mar. Call Collect Thnlma ni.h.m. P.O. Box 178. Merrltt Ixl. Eleanor Blroher IR) 550 I..Veta Drive, Melbourne Shelton rl.h DOT SU'awbrldge A.e.. Yelboune
4JI-W21 M.r..retl'prtn".r ID) 438 Church at., S. W, Melbourne
Alt Lillian Hertram 475 Roblnhood .
Or. Marrltt III. Mandrel Ellleon 81 Patrick Clrcl. MelbounaElora
501 N Magnolia, OrUndo 422-2101 Velma R S4D I. Driva
t -- -- -----.-- McCIuni ( ) Veta Melbourne Bum. 1"f! r. Av.. Melbourne
Dolly Luxton (R) :2M! Kim Btreet Melbourne K:.
,r Richard B.r, (R) W75 Miami Avenue, Melbourne Alla L. March Dlto..n.ld 18 301'Hall..ood Place. Melbourne
n.nder Dr. Melbouree
MR. BUILDER! Are You .. Police Foundation Margaret Ow.n 210 R.ndor D.. M.lbourn.

PLEASED with tho Quality of Katherine D..bar 02: R".dor Dr., Melbourne
SEND It PRECINCT NO. 40 fORTH UDUL.\NTII'' "LIIRID\
\ your TERRAZZO FLOORS? UdleleeUe .....
klemeatary .11 PIIICIIIo'T) NI' ,. n MMLHOL'RNE OILLA10ECLRRKt
why not tor CLERK: Tale M T.wa Hall11'Ip'
1 : liiabel Manus M3 Baabreete Drive, Indlalantlu I :

e OWENS Call TERRAZZO rollout INC. Helen INSPECTORS V. Roaietler: (D) 1030 South Patrick Drl... IndUI"ntlo m T7, P. O. Box 161. Ir..lbourneull"

f New "...r'.. Beech GA S-SOJI i JIM Loulea Barnee (R) lMI! Terrace Bhoree (Box U73) Intllalai : n. t'rlt:2n Nfl Crane Rd. M.IbnnnoDonal
DRESSLER Edith Heti-on (D) 4do Watson Drive. Indlalentlo Cecil Hack Sherldae Rd., Melbnurns
-- ----- Maroallla Hudson (R) 52i Bahama Drive, Indlalantlo N'. E. Stueman ::: SbeMdae Road. Melbourne

FOR EVERY HOUSE .KItUI''T 740 41 PORT' )\..tLAII"LORIO' CTEa VKVTRK' PR.NT: : '"0. IS. WIIIOT: MItI.BIII'1C:
CI.F.RK: late '1''...
FURNISHING NEEDMATHER'S at Hall. Nne Melharn.
..Hle (1. Kill. 2(4 Ridge Rood Palm Bay f'LItRK: :

: 41 BACK TO TALLAHASSEE AS YOUR It Mra INII'P\lCTtlHIf't:*oi>- '\ :i her IDI 1H1 A".' l.r'l l>r. *. I I' '" : J .. ..II!.,Pell!..iO: 1104 New Haven Ave Melbourne

of NEW SMYRNA Marvarat Emory (D) Mit Ualry'tern..... faun l."y/ 11'aee J__ 0)s.t Court, 'Peet, "Ibullrne
Annette Loose (R) :241 Ridge Road Palm Boy IIId II.Uook P. O. Bas 1511.
Call Collect 421-4111 Adela Jewett (R) 111 AnI..'. Drive, Palm Bay I Col Puke, P, 0. Bos iM Melbarn.Melbourne

New Smyrn Reach I Mr.. Jo., ro..nl" IS Irwin N. 111, Wet Melbourne
: STATE SENATOR .lIn"CT ]110. .11 M'.tIlOt-BIII. .LIIKIIJ

1 ----.. ("' ..... La.. elementary Krkaal ral"Nr'l': 1110. 11 REST MaLBOta
CLERK Weed M.Ib.ena .... 91.11..
Owen Platt Hotel Melbourne Melbourne CLERK

Tradewind INSPECTORS: Lyman 111 WI"khlD Rd, Wed 1I.lbour.
DEMOCRAT Walter Davis (D) SM New Havaa Avenue Melbourne rnnkllnTOR; {

POOLS'q. Fred W, Hacket (R) Stl! Dairy Road, Melbourne r. B. Knight Re4. Blvd, Wed Melboun.Mrs. .
35 Virginia I Alba (R) 445 Dairy Road, Melbourne K.t"'lOn' I. Rewlaaa II' N. W. Oak tftroe Weal Melbourn.
., Florida, Inc. Haael M. Mlnten (D) Box 111 Mlntoa'e Corner Melbourne Mrs Albert Rota nH North N W. Oak Sliest. Wet

Pools ef everlasting Quality? E PRECINCT XO. 00 .aL.Oti'."_. fLOBIDABrevard IIIIIMu"

5505 E. Colonial Dr : ( Bactaeorret
P Orlando 275.1012MaternaLane VOTE NOV. 3 VOTE NOV. 3 Minor CT.KRJC: Devil at Emory Itreat. Melbourne PBBCIXCT dpi "... .1 Bea l'arlll school

-- INSPECTORS: CLERKI
; Allco Smith (D) HI Duabar Melbourne Kn. Paallna Orakaa ISO BrlTtoi Lena latelllta Bush
ATTORNEY Ruth ...... (RI 10* Dubbar Road Melbourne INSPECTORS[ : :
BUSINESSMAN ,AU... Hall f'R) OM Emory Btreet Melbeurae
Chin M... Batty Atklna 111 MB. lit at, aatelllte Beach
: OF ORLANDO Oren W. MoRae (D) COS Mldlroa, Melbourne Mrs Dorothy HuteklaaoaUra. 100 Burn Lane, Dalelllte Bach.
Mar,.",. Ann Jarkaoa fit S44 Colonial Drive. MelboarnaBatk Mildred U4 Claridf*. Batalllta Baack
Contra! Florlda't Mod e lira, Adeline Lackey 191 Eden Hitfltlti BrarhSOI
PRECINCT: wo.aa.. DISTRICT 10. Ira
Mrs Dorla Kxllna: Arlinron BatelllU Beach
Complete Maternity Shop It SCINrT' ne-a via. DII.ART"'IlT.: :
K LEGISLATOR ; a Hag ....... t:_.. FtarUa PBICINCT "II
(u.d.. 83WUII FAMILYMAN CLERK: CLERK;

( 1\tlKTIIIIK.\\IHI! : "B. ,.. lit It Doloree W. V..NoafD) (IT If. Oaortla Ave, Cocoa .<... Ruth Roy UtI Burry Lane, Satellite BeachINSPECTORS
INSPECTORS: : :
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U.rd.Utl Elena Atwell IR) Rests N. 1 Box t, Ceooa41S .... Hanoi Miller ISt tin Street B.telllte Bitch
049 I. UK.tM.K: "" !C. It Lana ", .I.M,. (D) N Flake Blvd.. Coeoa III... Vera MeOlbaavfra. 80S Clarldfa. Batalllia Bach
1i111 1i- Norman Huffmea ID) >04 Ptumoaa Drive. Cocoa Claeaa Winiamera. IIS Eden: Vatelllte. Beach
Norman aVhryer IR: 1114 Dlxon Blvd I Ceeea < Hope carbr*.(k lIT H.d......... Batelllte Beach
THE FLORIDA SHAVER I( Marietta Meeka (D 104 Roth OL. Coooa Mrs Mary MeCawan US Arlington Vetelllte. Baack

; SERVICE I .. : 'ISfT S4-B rIMS nEFtBTMBXT. PRECINCT 440. It. TOWN or .ITILUTII: 111.'('.
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Roth a.... ...... Coeaa, Fla.SOI ,,_ a4 ....,H.. Beach T... Hall
CLERK: : CLERK:
All Make EI.ctrlc Shaver S.rv. oj II: June Inn (D) fjl Xeatacky Ave, Cocoa Kathleen R Cult 510 Nerweod .".. Batelllte Beach1PPECTORS
Ice Factory Trained Perionnel NVPECTORB' : : ):

: Gertrude Dlxon irt) 1U1 Lake Drive, Cocoa I... Brldiaa it 01.."..4 "".., 8etelHt Reach
Porte In Stock-Same Day Service Follow Cltltonst Pat Matthawa (Dt U3 Fera Bt, CocoaHoard Esther Breams 7S 01......d Avenue Satellite Reach
: 14 Yoart Experience Dlioa ID) last Lake Drive. COM Bally Luckea MO Oleaweod Ava, il.IIUe. Mach
*I Th. 1941.ul.n.6 legislature will have Pan Rdwarda: 35 N Orange Orlando, GA 3-115 your greater Impact MI the Mure ef I,.- J_. Marsh CD in Virginia Ava, Coma
--- yard County and Florida than any session In tho last 100 y..... Ixperlence gained as s It Ruth Wllllsma IRI 806 Georgia Ave, CocaWSECINCT NO. sa .IwDIABISPOIR liE \1'11

BOND-HOWELL *I political science graduate practicing attorney, fudge and as your (legislative repre. Canna Bach Ara a toss at INea ........ BerS (......., ('I...
II-II TITER DEN PaICNTaae 'T,
LUMBER CO. oj t sentative will Insure that your wishes and desires are effectively presented and acted It Beth S .,.. ......, "..... Via. COCOA H.A. CLERK Were: KodnjklCU.RK: UPI N. ill Can Oallla.
upon We humbly solicit to
your support speak and act for you hi Tallahassee.IeV CLERK. :
N.w Smyrna Beach It Mre. :Margaret RootS (D) 104 Highland Bt, Coma Walter 811Mra. tent K ALA. Can Caltoe

North Florida's: Large Dealer ..( 2 INSPECTORS: A. L. rinkanMnder inn ,A.... A...... Indian Mac bar Bosh
J H1 "' ..... W. II:. Maxwell (D) 11T Derby It. Casa ..... Derv I.".... SIT TlmpaMckee. ladlaa Marker BaackSll
There's A Material Difference Jt- ..... Lydia Tntvla ID) S14 Forreat Ave, Cacea3g Robert ...k... Plaeuwe Driva. Mah.lr.s
.. Lydia Forreater ID) 1:1I: w. Peacktne Bt, Cocoa
Your beat friends In BuildingCall I' Pd.. PoL Ad,. By Draaaler Camp. Fund ..... rkrietlna Da.... (R) 114 Fernet A"... Ceaaa fee R. Wkkkant, Cknav

. Collect 421-2411 ..I Mrs Harry MbA (D) *4T A Brevard Awe Cocoa Hoard .f c..." e mail........
. .' . ..... M. M. Miller ID) His Indian River Drive. Cocoa hoard Caaaty, Plarraa
Mr*. Thelma Pleasant. (M Peacatree *U OeCll (Men,) 1To .,
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SUTTON'SReal I House Cleaning? Don't Throw It Away, Sell It For $ $ TODAY'S


BEST BUYS

Estate __.n _
Guide
For Wanted M1-2V treat with 378
Sal. Help acre
I IHCAM4NX | p.0. Day ..- II GLAMOR GIRLS For Sale ft. on Old Dixie with small

STOPI! ten T.tor Wd. SMALL UPRIGHT PIANO FEMALE HELP WANTED CBS home Inraterf across
Prl. fr Mai.F .
street from
.bHc.tin 1 USED 17" MrtaMe Bmeraon Refinished and In excellent Dixie VilIsaclebdiwialse.
WANT AD RATH* ; TV. $45. $10 down. $12 ptaytettf condition. 267-8JM. WAITRITS WANTED. mutt 1 be Priced right
CBU Mr word experienced call after 11 for builder
LOOK Mf.I MoAU. ", weekly Ooodyeaf use our easy pay BARGAIN HOUSE: a.m.. 2874475.WANTED -0-
CLAMiriBO ADS plan. Service Store New and Used Furniture and

I PATABLK IN ADVANCBxoopt 315 SoutH Hopkins, Tltwvtlle appliance We buy trade and YOUNG lady. ...18.perlMl.ble 10&-1 acre* with 960 ft. on

II CBUMiktd. AooeiwUClutlflcd 267-3013. left. Refrigerator $25 and dine Jockey, able I Diamond Road I n did.jaCfllt .

BUY! *Display en ftiquinTk RateAnlltkl UP. guaranteed 2510 Hopkins to meet public. Howard John to new MAdivMen.

Star-Advocat .....n.. COMBINATION WASHER At*.. Phone 27-4708. Openriday on'* 267-79(10 Mr. Howard Excellent horn* .M*. Term

tb. prlvlln .t nvlMBa or rOOUB *. dryer, excellent working con' f nights until 9. U a.m. to I p.m.MODELLING -

LIT US HELP YOU SI- ) .. It any tfoonu advortlwmmlwktok oklwtloaakl dillon, $135. .".Mi. I CAN BE FINANCED CLASSES U3-1T acre heavy. produc

LleT YOUR NIW HOMI .a* to "..,. the olucUloatlon I DISCOUNT STARTING ing grove with beautifully.
FROM THI LARGIST of my advirtltm from that ELECTRIC SHAVER service on FURNITURE
OFFERING OF NEW & 0111..... to oonferm to the policy all makea. Jay Bee Jewelers SALES. Mittmtei offered at Teenagers and adutta Make up. landscaped Located two atopy horn.

RISALI HOMES IN THI of tkli paper.Tbl Indian River Plaia. warehoui price. See u. today hairstyling and job prepar City rloM to cIty llmKs.
War-Adrecal will not 2111 Garden St. Nldy ation. watt and sewers atriable -
TITUSVILLI ARIA. p* nipooclbl tor mon UaBol 1 USED 30" GE ilectrlc range, Shopping Center. 2675733 or This large estate
lnoorr*.l Inwrtlon nor will $73. $10 down, $2 weekly Use 267-1936. MALI HELP WANTIONATION'S ran bft your with 29%
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It b* liable C orasy. la
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down
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LET US SHOW YOU kvrllimnt* ttt a troatrr oi. our easy pay plan. Goodyear yrs.0
lint than the mat of the upset Service Store 313 South Hop FINE WATCH and jewelry re- FASTEST glowing -
ooiuplod ky Ui turn I. the idrtliwm kins Titusvill 267-3013. Bee Jewelers food chain, baa several oren
Jay 114
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ROYAL OAKS ". .nt. pairing. : : -2H< acres on All DopartrnvnUi Indian River City, Indian Rlv- logs In the Tituirllle arei Full price, $4SOO with $1700

1100 Hopkins AT*. TAKE UP PAYMENTS *r Pl...._ Permanent position. very bberal down balance I years.

IMPERIALESTATES CMil W7-4T11 Wringer washer $69.95 $1.25weekly. company benefits, good 1
I Offlo Hour I-UO t* I:MMalllnf 1 USED. 21" Admiral console starting salary must have -
23" console TV-like
A4d..... Driwir A : TV. $71 $10 down. $2 week. 127-20
Tltuivllll. Fl*. Dew.$139.M-fl.TS weekly; Stereo high school education over acrea located less than
conaole-full stereowalnutfmiih ly. Use our easy pay plan 21, and desire a position for H mIle from new 1.93 at

COLONIAL .ITS M $1.23 weekly. W. Goodyear Service Store, 313 the future. Contact the 7-Elev' $500 per acre. Cash.
S. Hopkins, TltuivUle 267- en Stores office 803 N. Flake
T. Grant Company FicHe) -
HEIGHTS Special Notice Plata 2877244.USED 3013. Cocoa. Phone 636.MM\ Monday 193-20 acres In fut growing

s SEWING MACHINE repair aU thru Friday 1-5 p.m. or Motion went of Mima.
Telephone . CONSOLE Magnovox atop by your friendly neighborhood $1595
I WHISPERINGHILLS Day 267-6808 e kooe'-bakos ... ,tR.. SaM. ...... record player. $35. $10 down makes Phone 267-9208. 7-Eleven Store to pick 1 per years acre. 23% down. bal.

Night 267.1399ALCOHOLICS $2 weekly. Use our easy pay up application and get more
ANONYMOUS "At $1,000 a front foot he SHOULD worship the plan. Goodyear Service Store, Help Wanted Information. This U an equal -0-

If you want to drink. that' your ground she walks on." 313 South Hopkins, TitusUlle. opportunity employer. 137-111 acres with V4 mile
I RIVER PALMS business. If you want to itop 2673013. U. S. No. 1 frontal Zoned

drinking that'i our busincja. FEMALE H8LP w TID POSITION OPEN for Individual for trailer park at $1950 per
S BRENTWOODWHISPERING REPOSSESSED SPI'oET; to Icirn' LP in trade. acre with suitable trims

AnimalsFREE. Camping HuntingTRAVEL For Rent Save over $ZOO on this piino. GIRL WANTED for motework Liberal starting salary ptu and release

Tike up payment apply In person, Clinton fringe benefit. Anply Suburban -0-

2 cute healthy kittens. I DUPLIX FOR HINT KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC Motel Propane, 2019 N. U.S.
TRAILER with B X 2126 W. Tropic 267.6383. Hwy 1.MANAGER. 149-Approx. 4 acres located
after
LAKES 267-5185 8 or 38 Ellis
2 BEDROOM. furnished 287- EXPERIENCED WAITRESS on corner of 3 county road
Terrace. IRC.Boats 13 aluminum cabana cheap. 6673. OLD NEWSPAPERS suitableIn for Sand Restaurant 119 TRAINEE. Will with over 1KX! ) ft. fronds

PEMBROOKE 2677079. packing and moving furniture Washington Av.., Tltuavllle. start *i drug clerk Drug I ont I Iulei Excellent high land with

For Sale CAMPER. REASONABLE. See FURNISHED t bedroom, all wrapping fish protecting Apply In per.on.UPERIENCED experience preferredAge Mi of tall pine treei. Looted .

it leconrt house north 01 modern large rooms, $110, flours and furniture when 21-33 Apply lrl.n pvrmin about a miles north of
S AND OTHERS TODAYS SPECIALS Kelly'i Block plant Mimi. phone 287-0748 or 267-
15' SEA FURY. fiberglass construction Circulation dept. at Star- familiar with all Drug Plrtl Plata. S. No 1. Buy this fine pareel

With complete with I BEDROOM duplex refrigerator Advocate, rear of building.IN phases of legal work. 267.Ust I for your country estate

Steering . $195 Child Care and stove, furnished I or 2670610. (Continued On Nest Pit) or tine It for building:: |Iota.

NO OBLIGATIONTO COAST GUARD Approved life close In, 267.7960. Priced at $7500 with $7M


BUY! Two preserver for cushions.. . $5.00 BABYSITTING IN my home HOUSIS FOR HINT down -and $73-per-month.

Lakefront Estates, 267-6S07. PUBLIC NOTICES
ROGERS OUTBOARD 3 BEDROOM new home, 287- 161-20 acrea with MO ft. en

1103 Garden St. 267-6414 KIDDIE KEEPERS fenced 0664. Rout 48 near 1.95 Inter

yard 26711570.EXCELLENT thing by 1320 ft. depth.
EXECUTIVELIVING 2 FIBERGLASS BOATS 12 ft: 3 BEDROOM m< bath stove Huh and dry at only $3000
boat trailer and 3 outboani REFERENCES drapes, $140 monthly 3673771 THC CIRCUIT ('lWRrTH ;; for the uaaa and purpaaaa Mt fortk IN THE CIRCUIT rot'RT OrTHIS
!! NINTH jirncUi.? ("III.I lit tha r.iuion fil.A "'' 10 NINTH JVPICIAk CIH- per acre. 29% down bal.
I motors 25 hp Johnson 7Vi< mature reliable. wants to care I Cl'IT IN AND FOIl HHBVAKD WITNESS my Mind ami the CHIT IN AND rAN MHCVARO: 15 year*. at 50 *.
BARGAIN MICI hp Elgin 3tt< hp Southbend. for Infanta or small children COUNTY FLORIDA lou of tilts Court oa Ills 1111 datif (COt'NTf' FU1RIDA
Make ua prove UI! 2 new $500 or any Item aeparately. In own home. 267-0288.() UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom 2 I LAW NO. t<71noTifi Outnh.r AD. lIes. IN CIIANCERl -
borne near 2 golf couraea 267-9305. tiled baths, built in range and CL'HTIo H: ISARNESCL5RI : NO. c aw>*i 163-10 acres In Indian River
or BILE mat ( Or ID tlRCl'ITcot'RT. OTiii or rom.ci.oniWltnKRV .
with auch feature as 1800iq. oven carporte and utility STATIC ROAD DEPARTMENT: IN AV FOR HRB sass Park located west of Indian
feet, living area double 16' T-CRAFT fiberglass boat. For Lease room. $125 monthly. Phone I or FLORIDA aa Aiaacy af tile YARD COUNTY, FLORIDA rLATItUllI1 'YlNO' BAtIK a Diver Plantation and priced .
garage, 30 screened t porch 35 hp Mercury motor Pelican Spangler Investments. 267' State of riorlJa.4ARTHA BY.: Alto M. Mttlaraolbapuly Now York corosssritioa at $500 per acre 29%
1'.1\110.\ 1..Uff.'
lilA evaluation li $21,100 but trailer complete with ms or 267 6927. Clarks down balance I '**1'1.
< E AL I n.
you can have either for only I windshield and top, 450. Call TRUCK STOP AND gn station r. CONKLINC1 .t at, : JERftT: ttBWI and -0604CENTRAL-

$19,900. Don't miss the buy 2674443. lease, contact 267-1607 or ROOMS FOR RENT E''NJN10J ilaniaNOTICK lAMPM 1. RirHARhHON BLIIAnBTH: LOUIIK RBWie, LOCATION.
: Or : HOLLAND RtTILDINO bll wife. ,
of I lifetime 2670312. BEDROOM furnished 9* ft. northbound U. S.
& Const.NIDY 1 apart RWrKDINOl! TALLAHAMEB FLORIDA. r>'f'nHinlnNOTICI on
Building merit AU electric $71, 287- ,,11'1' THK; NAME' : AND BT THRAUTHORITY : or COUNWKL: FOIl TUB II HrftlPY: GIVEN Nn. 1, US feet deep Zoned
For Rent or THB aTATBOP PETITIONER tunuanl lo a ur< mlrorwiloiur Bit. Nlc
4463. hou could be
CONSTRUCTION re.l. FLORIDA Oct. II 1', 3$. 755" .. $ (Moa) 1M(. dated n.IIt..n.:! Octitwr. i
TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CON. I lIsts, end nl.rol U CkanotrvTai converted ample parking.
AT dentials commercial and
COQUINA re MAID SERVICE and TV. also
CERN and la all pvriona andparllaa No. C IMWI. of the Circuit -0-
: 3.el1nI5'ce: 12 yearn I in Titus- FOR RENT apartment for 2 or 3. 527 bavlnf or olalmlnc any Ccvrt ef She Ninth Judicial' Clr-
SCHOOL and bonded.Phone South Washington. ClaM, title, lataraat aaliia. mortlafa NOTICE Or HKARINO ON tillS In and for Brtvard Cannlv, (77-100 feet x MO ft. deep
ar ataar Ha* to or U lhaparaala HI MHKAII 1.11 5 oH.la. wh.r.la rLATBI'IMBAVINOI ; IT 1 No. 1 Just north
AM 72328. ,
Walk to school and Floor Sanders Polishers .
I CONCERN
chopping of land karel'.."., Aaa TO WHOM IT MAT !
HANK, Now Yorkonrpnratlun
center from this lovely new Phone AM 7-3255 LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING tribeS, and Iba followlni paraona, Nolica U horobs |l 4 bedroom 2 bath home. High BusinessOpportunities Factory Paint Outlet room alrconditioned prlvat oiathur will all unknown parannaalalmlaa Public .hurlni will b* .hold In the JERRY "iWill anilBLUAHCTII home toned RU-2. Priced
entrance, suitable for 1 or I. ay, thrauia or .oJ.r Commlnlnnr. Room I LOUIfU HEWIfl.kla low at $10,500 with some
wooded lot whit terrmo .
Court Noose, '10.1. .
Tltu.vlll. 81
knows paraoni who are daail, er lf., Dufandanla, t withsoil 1
floor, built-in kitchen Only Baldwin_Shopping Center 267-3679 after 1 p.m. who, are lot koowa to .ba dead or 10:to Clank.. A.M., Novrnnlxr IIIW.4. la* lila ara..11..1. and host kl4il' .r term
With FHA allvai, U hour obj.ollimi. 1 If us*. to -
15900. $ROO. -NO for caak ai Ika Rout Frost Dose.ntran -
LEASE Immediatearea APARTMENTS FOR RENT PRIVATE ENTRANCE and toim-140 a B till .lUbllihnwnt at tuihtisadl.Ine I
FOR In .
of stymied
Ika CnanlvCnurlkauaa
down VA. Better for : 'iTJON. UAt pa 17K-MIMS
hurry excellent service itatlon bath 1 or t men $10 wek- t *4 b. In Ika City of Tllurlll 275 ft. frontage
this one. COUNTY NAMES .ADOKCtllllIJl lowirLORIDA .. Tlnrlila by 4ns deep. CBS Mirean-
lo 3 BEDROOM. unfurnished. *lr> ly. Phone 287-2090. CoiinlT .CN..v led.
high gallonige good HANK
conditioned stove and Uraoa KlililaP. NATIONAL at i It A M us Ika Ilk day at Navamlwr : tills building, toned bunlncM. .
cation. Excellent terms. Inquire garage O. Boa cia PROKICHTTBNRVAHO ..
*IM4 the follnwlni d.
P. O/ >Box 1208 Mel. refrigerator $135 plus utilities. ROOM FOR rent in bach lor. M.all. Utah. coi'Nrr.' orttiNt rlbad proporic .. .., Porte InHi Priced eieeptlonally
SAY WHEN bourne. Available Oct. 20tH. 1535 home. all conveniences Including PRoroHRO ) rinal Deo000. '....III low at $37.500: with optional
Hibiscus St. 267-6317. colored TV. CaU after *KD>|Mt' INS, I5M DEHCHIPTIONA! tiidltItlvir IotIt 1/1 Slack i}. i.rKwoon term, (Aim may lens or
C. kvlklMtd use In the
Jean
I KlaMa
roRIMT, I, aoonril-
It will be convenient for you Business a p.m., 2876811 P. O. Bn. *I6 lylni 'In cln' prailnlly IIh PBCTION rent.)
Site Fist tI.PS.f.
to see this excellently located PropertyBEST APARTMENT OR trailer. ...,, Vtab Mlwn shor.li.s ikrM ... lot.nrdad'a S 11.1' RooM 54.55 Flee ra- ---
S br. 2 bath beauty. Features I Weekly or monthly rates adults ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen (HO 111. IMS, 1511 being mon pcrthrolulr *..."be.i Sn, oC ::. Public HanerdaPravard of
a large Florida room plus STORE location; ocean onl,. 504 Garden. privileges. TV and wither. less Klalda. it .. follownFrom COUKIT, rinrMa: lef TM-nEJTAURANT.; $20.000
Improved Jot; large duplex P. O. Bo. Ml !ks KorUl ( '.. .lh.r wilt Ika. following' : for equipment Inventoryand
screened In porch. Total aites terms phone UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom AM 7-2283 after I p.m. II..,, VtaCLouis *.*. *, Tw*. U It. RBI. UWrtv.rd :.f Walar H..,., titftrto' fa.puhlla It!.... H casts requir
; easy ;
pmta. only $101 per mo. with Up lit." 115.1, tau C u.tr. Florida ml I WJSH' Mndal. ArT1II
no qualifying 1 Kuettner 2671481. Tituivllle. swimming pool yard care ATTRACTIVELY FURNISHED Kllda t, linn>> si. .!" Ihkurlh Ual. OH ed. Good money maker
GE oven and range, refrigerator private bath TV, to P. O, 1100 all II". 0/ mill IK U. T.p. fla. I iiiill In a.... Wai kill -D- I
optional Mason.Dixie Cap and on wIO.t.c: MesS. Utah. .. Mn(. II H, ind II HXtrlf" No 545
I If have rental FRD Ja. .. WS, tau srlio.tlos' for psist-.f-heiu I 'h,1It I. Ovoo W.'bll'' Ne. 770.-4foi.i) site adjacent to
you Apartment 267-5718 or 267. 1 ities, Ideal for I gentlemen, Etta Maa P"io. nlni usil Mm Tylne TM ft. mar 5456a new 193 Interchange. This
STOPAnd 2192. low weekly rate. 267 9389. P. O. Boa III or !.... from the point .f ...root s.iit III Wail Yursa.. I.. large tract baa aoo ft. road
flaburna, sP Iprvauk on She wtiicri I hnrllniIk I Ier..IIo".I doeted lit ever,
list in TaiaaKD
aee these 5 desirable housing, it MODERN. air conditioned furnished SLEEPING: ROOM. private en 1M4. IMS, IBM Ik. India Hiv.r, tknn 5. Ci' 0-6 frontage and I la 177 ft. deep.
home in beautiful Colonial bedroom trance and bath 267-1361 O .. U SaiurP. .11-es.:, H, I .. !.( fi., tkiM *, IOr.'b.! fan wild Seed Priced at $flOooo with large'
apartments, two O. an .
SI K. I MM n.: ti.no.a. Modern Maid H-T-M dowa.KlOLAICtVIEW.
Heights. All art complete The Star-Advocate! I available In River Gar. after 4 p.m. Moab tieS? 11'04/1...." K:, imm n, ik*..i I n>frl(.ralor Naria No.
and ready for your family den and Crestwood Apartment IRS 16.... 1511, 15Mtotwrt C. fi '1'" w, ','10 n.. HIIRO S.v.57lea '0,4. -0-
FHA. VA, or Conv. Financing BOARD AND CARE!: for elder A. .."ar Woil, 1,141 .,' lkM* DATBlJ: this Illk da, of Colebar : HILLS. Attractive
*. Sydney Schwartz 1141 : :Il"
available. ly gentleman In private P. O. Coo M a 4'l'li" W fl. la a liMCl
S. Hopkins 2676100."COMMERCIAL Moss inaa point .a Ik e.asl.r Ic .r.|*itlonor 'HTId M. IIARNRICl : I bedroom t bath
WANT A NEW home, 267-sm Ion 11. .. IMS, ISIS the postS' lln. of a.,'l. let I. rk at isle ClraMliCaurl home overlooking South
BUILDING Kanay M l.arnbl. 505. I. Twp M Hu Hni M H MM ., Uravard Caualfi Iota White tirrauso floors
IN PRIVATE home for refine 154 Urand a raai poSit lyln II. It.11'.11" K. I. t5ft. B" Mary Jaa V ip5.f

NASA HOME BUILT! FOR RENT or lease, store person air conditioned TV, CouncIl Blutfa, low alto taLl Mirrlit Coro.r I .f".r.o: Uov'l Ik* boll.past tot I.- far.u" Slopes? ., arol Weptinghous aU 267-30M.
CAUSEWAY space, 20 180ft.. or suitablefor new oaapk Tltaoa Iris out *idptln( Hit portionof ('nIJ"IJUON AND coiritauoNAllornya /' and oven IJ.8oo, $'v)
office. Located Magnolia P. J. Ste tat kHlkhndlln al Law
DO YOU NEED SLEEPING ROOM. single or Noah. iruh .the tin hove 55 irlhid s.d hotw.ee the ITOl Marldia Aoesub dov/f (no down VA) with
la only 3 miles New Plata $125 monthly 2671928.
away double, private entrance and SlID .... lolL lilt I. IMIMar north and 50,55 .lohta'of.wsy Miami StasiS rbflJaOct. rilA termi
shopping. center across St. REPAIRS ON bath. 2670068. Klalda' I Tllkao II... .t lb. lsdtas ltivsr.OrSIne ll (iaeos.l) tW4.
You may assume existing YOURBUILDING I P. U. Boa altMaab. (........,. So uluwu. Os tIe e.srvio -0-

FHA loan at only $102 per ? ROCK GARDEN 2 BEDROOM Utilities maid tub Ian 1M I. IMt ..n "" (i'BVBtORa CKHTiriCATR: $07-.WeU locaUd "borne. Close

mo. 3 bedroom 2 bath homelike Or NURSERYTwo aervlce reasonsbl 2674103. JON. Io.jcus. STA T1JHRKVAHU I kinky otrufy liil Iki iioluil IN THE CIRCUIT OOURT rfl. to public and Parochial
new. Double carporte.No . ANEWROOM-.I ( .I.i .* Hutkhd' Linn Diwrlpllon wnMvpirid TIOS NINTH JVniOIAt, achool Hardwood floor,
qualifying. Don't delay Acre Nursery ROOMS WITH bath TV, airconditioned ('Ol'NT1' IHI"Cftl Pi ;:.:Ma .ky Howard NMdln.' CuT IN ASP ron URKVARO closed In. Ha. room drapes
CARPORTE. ETC. .Hit .... coUNTY, ri.OHIDA
IMP, IMJ, IMJHAlL .
for Miii, workers Timm.i aid H.r. iidnff end W Included. Priced at U9oo
call today! ROUTE is Ckaaaanr No. Mae
TREES e PLANTS $:.10 weekly, double; $23 tingle. KAtn ROUTS Con tun HOW I Ores fiorrtot*> t. the bout *f wrNnwlidt ''i'''tit.. TO lit rR..i> $1500! down and $101 per

JusT CAll SHRUBS e FLOWERS Meal available. Phone 287. PIT NO. u LICIT or STATION N n n>rt.... Bate in IMM MARTHA II. UNHOOKV month pay all. Shown by

Wells Drilled Pumps 9742, Mlla Motel, Rte 1 south HtS Tbal+ ie.ij part of(PART, I It ItartoM ri 1.. aurv.ror PLAINTIFF appointment
PSI
$85.00PAYS 267-2958 of new causeway. Tba NWtt of Hf4, WoeS of I 110"", N'rl' Nillon! Mint 111'Mo,0 W. OA Nr -
ALL Complete Lawn Irrigation launtaia Hiakwar 5$. ,la I..*4 trust Com,.., *l Mlml, P5UMDAN?
After f P. M. Syntem $12.50 PER PERSON.per week. Settles. 5.. Tawaahl. XI aaalb i Florida A t/a Harmaait W rtf>*.rralat UiWLarge S bedroom t bath
2 bedroom 1 bath can be C, P. 0. Be* 1204, City. Rocket Motel Slims, Phone flaata 14 East, 15515 DrOPS. 7r5os, loll btlr.r..:- aland horn on attractive Mendl
bought with furniture. with or tylni South and wllhia M fool. af r! Ckurrk. at, '".1....*, rivrtil p50)4. tiktaYau. Lane Many extras with thin
without wall to wall carpet. Free EstimatesAM 267307. a Maa daarrlaad,. .. Inllawi TommtB All |nl.rni4 per***! Sot .o...., TOt preowned horn. Only $1S.-
LEN[ RANDELL .o oa Iba oxlb .boundary afMmtlail sad k* ....r.. 11 tile Urn aid RAYMOND W. ORBOOHYraw
This one ti In perfect condition 7-2989 SLEEPING ROOMS ind .f. T',.n bl* fl Knulb plo niiaxl Ste I S 55555 '.: WO with $1300 down. Shown (
J..IC. II"II.1rNotlJ;
and can be moved Into VERY RELIABLE 3225 Old Dixie ficienclei for rent. 8ui or. Hines : a polal 4T 4' My Order "lIfn'h' Nosed ttf \ '.. I. hy appointment.
IMMEDIATELY! Hwy St. 287-34QO. fee Waal tram Ibt aautbattl. nornar '(*..ny Co"'...,...*..... *r...r< I.... 'ilotl aeoi..t ,.... ... ,...i
ing Ibaraof, run ...".. SortS. County, tutatwr I. IH4. are e0.satesd I. note espy of -0-
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"' VMI* Vt:".' SM141 faa la She rI" ., nnao-ar or iaaln. ( to the, M*-.Rnloy: Iimiry: In tWa 4
AIR CONDITIONED ,' f ,, 155. 10" hIOtss 1 CHAIRMAN Rill, af (".,miilalil la Ika Plajiilff, I
"North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service/ room. Reasonable. Call 207- I ,.,, es.2 wai. rs M f... 18Of. HOAMIi nr COVNTTrOMMinniONtii tllarna o E PHaa ma Ikarlalnai bedroom 2 bath home Inform
4 BPc"n" rf"'N 4103. .., t. ..? coratr af Sorrow : I anawar or (I.r.n.. ,. Ik* Mill built by An* of I-
I .1 "o. I. sad Silo and of said ncvAiio COVMTT ",,,.. af tie" nark if lie rtrmili our, leading btilMer Priced
$17 MO. TOTAL i ourS .. ar .bafara Ika Mk dir af
Sounds unbelievable but It.. &iIJ STORES FOR R3NT (':fililattf' 11 tt men stars a. ..... ( FLORIDA.SEAL> ...__ I.... at $29,9!)
these ewaI UWNUI HT JOHN KIIIDA JR Oot. It 1*. N (.M...) IM4.IN 1"If trail fall U da ... Jud..an -0-
true! May w* show you
NEW STORE: builda) for of- and wit aRACK KleiUA. a OBERT by daftull will ba SaloN ttaraalyou
economy priced home with flee or butlneis. 13160 ft. I A. SATTKR and wife fur Ibo ,.11., damalda ,Intald IBO-All new 4 bedroom *
custom feature? No lower Heated aid lrcondiuoeed. GENTlE L BATTER. MART ComplaliM.' bath home la txcUnt central
KtalDA TIT K ye aid baakondfOIEPH THE cIRCUIT This aolloo shall. .ba publUkideiao .
location.
price In TitusvUlet! I Phone 2674160.WAREHOUSE I TtTKOa LOVI* Kl*. AND FOR ,,808J"T'r.ru..un" aaab. waak for faar taont. Central ducted
II : IDA aad. ....t. JUAN r. Kin DA mitt wool. lo ika TKuavllta t.e' gas teal by Chrysler.
I FOR RENT SUSJETt TOi MORTUAnH ro- CMANC-ERT" "NO ttOT Advocata., TH.ama, Flotldta.Dnaa Westtnfhoui electric ring
In < ALLaN S. CNRIBTEMIffcN" aid Ordaro*. ll TIlMvllta.Bravard and oven. 18.200 $flO* down
:-r'1. O.ki III,3irr1.:
CHOOSE FROM 7 WAREHOUSE: Suitable for ; Pill all ff. Caanly, Ftorldn. ISis. ta4day I
1. Three bedroom, two bath, built-in kitchen with I "AtC" an* looMiS. ROSEN n af Oolokar l.44.Cvrlla with PItA financial.$20rHA .
Desirable 3 and 4 B. R. model : refrigerator. Beautifully landscaped YlreLOnly thop. firig or itori,.. in F. NATCH JRi, and M'iRT. STELLA M. CHRUTEWIBW" It. Raises dork -
for Immediate center of Iowa. See H. H. OAOE romrdad ll O. It. RIM* Def..1It. of available I $4 O.OO down. Shown by appointmentonly. Hudson at Itar-Advecate. : t ,r"V Is favor .f tnA since or etlf ky V B osot.tO'ot.ir owned home Prim
They Feature: .
occupancy I ) TO) STELLA M CHRIstENSEN" War r..ldenU.IIoc.tloo clone to
Marble window gills mica TARS NOTICE thee t, rlaralien *T South Airport Road Coart *.af)
cabinet white terrazzo enclosed 2. FOR SALE: Completely furnished Two bedroom WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER of Tabloe .... boo. ftlod I. Travtna Oty. Mlrklta 0... .. If. I*. M I....I IM.NOTICI school shopping Golf I
siie to ... Course Was $1J.I50. now
eonitruetioa. Any up She iboro-atrlad a> bf the YOU ARC HERfcRT NOtIFIED
showers double carports *, living room kitchen, family room bath 30.000 &*,. feet. Ie.... 27OS44. I ""11I._. Ib* a..olrla* aulborltraf Ual a ouSt for dlvoroe. baa baai $11,800 with only $tuo .....
on some. 15.250 to Ikaaa pramtdlayi. if lie takII filed acilnat *... la tile ClrtallCourt
'I15.MO with FHA. VA. or cooventional -' and one-fourth. Large landscaped lot with Industrial ef commercial of Ika abmo-daaaribod laada. af lie. Nliiik ,.......l (' r- Cue to the denotation! of the

loan Prim lotaUon. eight! bearing citrus and fruit trees. Quiet pace available. for tile r.trpoaa aat fortS In OilsPmlts.e -Sit Is ..: for Setoard C.eslFleet4e corporation of BP.a\R., 1JI
this. ra.a.. via : AI borow aICtlel ALLENCNsIe'tYNSPt )
neighborhood. Only 10800. Terms may be 2 SMALL OFFICES and warehouse pIta sad kaal ...... lor a (or- to. .TEL5oACHRIOrSheest Jf. South Hopkins Ate. Tituivlil. ,

arranged.( for rent 200 *quir : IUn leotard.. Slaw Caaalf Road, nortda tto t, fltl .la $ Ton are fcarakr. Cban roq.s1Pe4 arv. No Waaro Florida, we, the) undersignedwill ;

3. ATTENTION NEWCOMERS: If you are considering feet irtoodmoeed office Ibo Ifaiarabla Taaaar M Cartim. a aoy of ,,.vr aaowar or not be responsible for anydebts
I plu aoo sq. ft warehouse ... of ,... Judiaa .* tile' rirtvllCoon other wrliuo tlor.._ t* SMCosplsiol
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CALL TODAY! I purchasing a home in North Brevard space. $123 monthly each. J. of till Stash JadiHal. cir'MHaf III'S boreli opsa CARLroay Incurred by anyone other
1'1....... will al Ibo JHh 4arof Cs. ewANetnc. far lie
The' H.", Buyer's I why not save time and money by having one W Childre Realty. 3674343.For Ottoaoe, A. D I.... al lf. 56alstHf, s.d 5 fill I bio ourselves.
.h.4ng. Center1 of our trained professional safes staff conduct P M_ .. ... "' ...r' 1'.11, IMref Is lb. tim,. .r.'f.Ion Dave Brown. DANENBURGREALTY
I Sal CooTtbovaa ? .evti.. Florida of Ik* < IraMI JeerS af BravardCounlr
your family on a complete tour of our area? ootMldor aal Ilt OarMracian: ) of Tiba $ -.. es ae kifara SAc Walter T. Ru.sel!

We have homes in price in nearly' i *. .ss.eas aeoral-.. aid OMkaawHk 1155. 'Say of A. P. I.... Oct t, 12. 1., 23 Moo.) 1M4.\
: every range
SUTTONASSOC. 1 SET POSTER twid bed ordar aa the C' n doMNprowar H.t.UI .J.w': If a V.
every section of town. Financing to suit your complete' with ipruig and All oartlaa to the salt aad mm h. 1:*.' he. .mmalM4 t"
all parnaa Iniamiad mar aoooar tn for the rIM priy4 If have real
budget is also available. OccajionaUy we even mattresa, $M. Call 267-7(71 oil k* board al Ibo MM aadftmr for to MM CwueUlCitDOHI you 1314 South> Washington
I have an excellent' rentaliOryanLonwaij after T 'm. . :-J858:
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Too, asS aa k of "W. aro boro.kr t.tllt.MD.. this rik 4y efOMkr ,
1521 S. WASHINGTONOffice : GUNS oMinuadad lo aaaMr St flllaeO A B MM4CPHTlai are looking for Open, *, Mon ths'tslat.
Am.>e to 10 PonikM hotel.fete *- II VAIINM you
Ph.: H.". ,h... & ll/insleaJ JHC. niod ll Ills. aaw. l a tile aa.Itttod CLERk or TMC CIHCUITT or hr jpoointBienl
U7-350 i 730 South Dixie CoW .. *. W... ***_ c.gR BRETARDOSQWTY. choice real estate, (34 Hr TrI l An. *. 5erM
267-9440 : **, as. IM4. ia 55w vital rtoM.Mrla. rut>Al ,A Where" Iwyw and *..Bey expect .
: REALTORS -1NSURORS Old U. S. 1 tolanot ar Bon pea. *r oa* .,a v. I. ap'.*wr use our classified lo get better and latter
2U.w4 af ra>. kava lo sod to i*a akooa- Deem' dsnrl
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Mobile HomesFOR
Work
Services Wanted Work Wanted Wanted
TRAILERS FOR SALE HOUSES FOR SALEroom i
WILL DO ironint< in my home,
Help Wanted 4 BEDROOM, Itt bath trailer SALI or RINT WHISPERING RILLS. I bed ELECTROLUXCORPORATION TOP CUR pick up awl delivery if preferred RN FOR doctor's office 26756H. .
2 bath., Florida
with large addition. Oakwood room, la S miaulM fir jpsod used 1MB Alford Street .
MALI HELP WANTED Subdivision, 267-7988 after 9 fireplace, double earporte, Lakeriew Hills.ENVELOPES .
p.m. ONE BEDROOM trailer, I x 36, swimming pooL $18,500. $ !500 GREERt36. WILL DO wishing! and Ironing:
MANAGER To down, balance $1. monthly in my home 2(7-1979.
I tlc'treA inquire 1154 Cowan Drive
rtme SKYLINE! 1964 bedroom : 267.1465.CLASSIC. Brevard County's Only
start in 50 x 10. 1 HSU. S. ItC 8. Business Sizes,
Westwood Villas, 287-4040. 1 or 8M Hopkins
: Sale experience and knowledge ; 8 x 30 cabana; 8 x 15 authorized factory branch. TttMfffie SEWING ALTERATIONS
of tackle preferred but awning; utility shed and & HOMES Call Melbourne 26f... Day or Night I for mailing. Full clock at Christina order taken tot
not required. Age 21-38. Apply many extra. See at Space 35, Moving StorageLOCAL Down Collect I afghans 267-8969. for appointment
in person to Mr. Elliott orMr. Mobile Manor Trailer Park Nothing See Us To- Star-Advocate.
Stanger, Eckerd Drug, AND LONG distance day. Titusvllle's Best Home 723-5652 Wanted To Buy i
oW W
MOBILE HOME movers. Moving, '
Plrtla Plaxa.EXPERIENCED. storage Value, 3 and 4 Bedrooms 2'
packing, shipping, cold fur FREE !
BRAKE and LIVE RENTFREE storage crating. Free estimates. Full Bath Homes with Gar
L P. BOTTLED GASINSTALLATION USED AUTOMOBILES, City ROYAL COLONIALGARDEN
front end man. Apply man. 267-3341. Brevard c Auto Part. AM 7-3666. i
alter, Firestone Store 109Hopkins Ridgeway Mayflower. ages.BUY NOW I
Tltusvllle. Florida. Suburban Propane I APARTMENTS"Where

EXPERIENCED REAL Estatesalesman Real Estate WILL TRADEat 2011 U. S. 1 N. 267-6111 Want To TradeI living will express a new meaning"!"

needed fr active $20 down payment and $20 I a Colonial Heights
office in Titusville. ContactMr. month will buy :your own full Hopkins Ave. South CARPENTRY MASONRY and GUNS These Luxury one bedroom apartment of spacious casual
Barr. 287.9542. acre mobile home lot at beautiful general repair work. 267-8763. elegance with individually controlled air con
Lake Louise Estate. ACREAGE FOR IALI 267.8641 730 South Dixie ditioning and heating Delux bath, electric kitchen
j MO, SEMI-RETIRED! own Become your own landlord. automatic defrosting refrigerators TV and
transportation. Hard dirty Don't tear up rent receipt each WHISPERING HILLS Used Cars & Trucks Old U. S. 1 telephone outlet sound proof off street parking

t work small pay. Steady year month. Many families now reside 15 ACRES, shade trees, county Just completed our last Home Indian River '.: spacious landscaped private grounds and many
i round Write P. O. Box 4253, In our beautiful trailer community road near Geneva, a beautIful in this popular section. It I 11 a : '.fY other inviting
South Daytona Florida. visit u* and see for homesite A bargain for large 3 Bedroom. 3 Bath 1957 FORD pickup, will sell features.Now Leasing
yourself the finest self-owned the cash buyer at $8, House with 2 Car Garage. Extra reasonable. 2502 South Hop
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LICENSED REAL ESTATE mobile home park. W. Mero, Broker, Onioci Large Walk-In Closet kins. BUYS
TELEPHONE SOLICITORS LAKE LOUISE ESTATES 322.2481 for appointment. I Unusual 20' Kitchen Family W. J. SMITH
1959
HILLMAN HUSKEY, 1st
\ ,I 14 miles east of Orlando oa Room combination. NEW, 3 bedroom. 1 baths ,, Realtor PHONE 267-3511
takes
$250 It Canaveral
,! $1.50 Per Hour Salary Rout 50 Phone 568-2761 $20.90000 away $400 down, $80 month pays
HOUSES FOR SALE Aviation, Tltusville-Cocoa
F.H.A. Term. Move all, low utilities.
OR CHRISTMAS PARK right in
Plus
Commission Airport. Chet Klrschner. 267-
4 Route No. So, Christmas, Fla. ONE RENTAL LEFT 4240.
3 Immediate
BEDROOM
.JI SO hr. week guarantee-Work Phone: 5682011 EASY TERMS no qualifying for you to live in while. we build possession, nice location,
New Home In
3 bedroom, 2 bath. sit'iated on your 52 FORD WAGON. Cadillac engine $13,250. only $950 down See
; :; IB air-conditioned building October Specials! lake, wall to wall carpeting, ROYAL OAK GOLF AND LaSalle transmission, $95 month incl. taxes and .
t afternoon and nlte shift beautiful kitchen priced $12,- COUNTRY CLUB truck rear end. $150. AU insurance.
SKYLINE 50' x 10' 2 NORTHWOOD BUILDERS INC.
600 267-3096. chrome, good tires Smoot,
CALL CHUCK RITTER bedroom. $3595. Phone 267-4831 ANYTIME Avenue D. Titusville Trailer 3 BEDROOMS beautifully
STAR 50' x 10' 2 bedroom, MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into 2, Magnolia HomesInLaGrangeAcres
!
Park landscaped walking distance

I Collect I BEDROOM, 1 bath large
center kitchen.
$3695 3, or 4 bedroom homes, brand to both schools, $15,000
Cape Royal Office Bldg. STAR 50' x 10' Early American new In area of much higher corner lot, landscaped and LET ME sell your autor, oblle. $450 down FHA., hurry)
i Deluxe fenced, no qualifying, FHA,
For Appointment $3885. priced homes. Small down Browning Auto Sales 405
,*.I 783-6441 SKYLINE 54' x 12' 2 bed. payment and only $S5 month. $70 month 406. Teal Street Hopkins 267-1520. Space Real Estate, Inc.
'4 room Deluxe $4885. ly total payment. VA no down Rlaa 267-6346. Glen Schlueter 267-6668

MALI OR FEMALE Used Trailers payment BRENTWOOD ES. 2 BEDROOMS, bath and H, 1960 BONNEV1LLE, 4 door,
TATES, west on Garden St., all $1095 1964 Chevy
awning, deep well small power ;
58 NASHUA 40' 10'
1 bedroom
EARN $20 per day or more In x AM 7-7142 or 632-5655. payments. Central heat and panel 4000 mile: $1995.MARriN'S .
Set lot with
up on awning.
permanent route work. Will MOBILE HOMES
train man or woman if inex 64 YELLOWSTONE 27' X 8' 1 3 BEDROOM, bath. $800 for air. Phone 267-6619. 1224 U.S. 1 North 2673081. 2ft Miles North of Titusville. Beautiful

perienced. Write Mr. HEATH bedroom. $2100 equity. Terms arrangedfor 109 THORNTON AVENUE!: and 4 bedrooms on big lots with trees, 2
Box 2768, Memphis I 2: Tenn. SMALL EASY DOWN TERMSMARTIN'S PAYMENT down payment.. Call 267 large living room, 3 bedroom, GeorgeBarley full baths, formica cabinets, ducted heat
1739 after 3 p.m.EDGEWATER.
2 uaths central aircondition-
MOBILE range and hood. Sodded yards. Priced
log, carpeted throughout. $2,'
Mobile Homes HOMES SALES home.. 2 Screened bedroom: 000 down, assume FHA loan from $14,000 to $16,000. Call 267-4166 from

1224 N. U. S. 1 porch masonry, walking distance to Call 267-7947 after 4 p.m. Inc. 9 to 5. See by appointment.

TRAILER FOR RENT Titusville 267-3081 stores Excellent condition, BY OWNER I bedroom airconditioned REAL ESTATE ,
North of .
OverpassHAYES furnished, $7500. Park Avenue deep well: builtin
X BEDROOM, air conditioned Realty, Edgewater, Flor range $9200 total price,
trailer on private lot, turntshed. TRAILER SALES ida. $550 down. 267-3636. OWN YOUR OWN SPACIOUS HOME WK LESS THAN FENU
$85 monthly, 2678976.
New and Used Mobile 4 LARGE bedrooms, forced air, MOTELS FOR SALE JESS W. CHILDRE
FURNISHED 2 bedroom trail Homes all GE equipment. FHA $16- RIVERFRONT with
er, $90 monthly, first and last 8210 E. Colonial Drive 700, $600 down. 267-3564. MOTEL 6 UNITS on busy U.S. riparian rights. First
months rent at $75. Call 568- 1, $10,000 cash down $200 CIALTOC euILOamnn time listed. Rare
Christina Park. Orlando 277-9671 WHISPERING HILLS, immed op.
2011 monthly. Lot 90 x 200. Pbone261S39L
to Immaculate
portunity acquire
late occupancy, 3 bedroom, 2 -
bath, Florida room many; beautifully
landscaped, modern 3 NO MONIT DOWN NO dOIIIM COHI TO
extras $800 down, $112
VA rviCHASIU a MINIMUM IHA Taw
OAKWOOD monthly. Call 267-3669. bedroom 2V4 bath homeon NEW HOMES
SEE TODAY Indian River's exclusive
WALK TOSHOPPING Riverside drive. DESIGNED Newest, mott modem dtwlopntent.
NEW 4 BEDROOM brick houses If Interested In a home the oreol Moil luxury at the priol
Mobile Home Subdivision 3 tile baths, built In range as well as the future. FOR BETTER Masonry, with brick fronts 0 big laM-
and oven, dishwasher, disposal 2 BEUKOOM, 1 bath, hardwood see this today as it will leaped yards Colonial aluminum
intercom, wall to wall car floors, gas fireplace, city water not last long. PricedIn LIVING windows 0 III. bath with full color
pet. Double car garage, 1 and sewers. Ideal for doc the 20'.. fixtures 0 terrazzo floors spacious
Featuring: with screened pool no red Freshly painted 3 bedroom tor' or dentist'* office $24,200 clouts with hovered door doubt
tape, $2,000 down and move block home close to Pirtle 29% down, balance over i 3 BEDROOM, 2 Bath, sliding gloss door overlooking. yard .
in, $184 monthly 267-1928. Plaza. Can be purchasedfor year on Titus Ave., $13,200, 3 AND 4 IRS buIWn TV locks| HI* window sills e
LARGE 75' :It 110. LARGE POOL as little at $400 down fenced in utility room water hatr
yard, built in 1, 1V4, 254 BATHS HEAT C
and $80.00 per month.Whispering DUPLEX, 2 bedroom, large liv electric range. CENTRAL control* aVtowoyt
LOTS WITH SHUFFLEBOARD I !sr and .and MORE!
OPEN HOUSE sewer%T BBJ aW income. INDIAN RIVER
CENTRAL WATER HORSESHOES,Etc, and Hills $15,500, $88 monthly, P & I. HEIGHTSImmaculate $1I,500U,050MODELS cYl Beautiful kltch-.lullt-fn Toppe.dtsady .
Saturday Sunday
Cozy 2 bed .. uehor. 00 rang with hood exhomt. Double
I Singleton Ave Abaent''owner would like an NEW 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, room, IVi baths, built- ,.,_..... dnkyForndcaeoble.bl
Win-Jam Builders offer on this 3 bedroom large living room double car- n range and oven
3 and 4 bedrooms. Ready to home. Nice yard with clt- porte, central heat. $16,000, creened porch, large
$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY move In to. Come out LOOK rum trees Asking $14.500. $600 down $119 per month. Including lot, Better hurry, only -
and BUY. I Reasonable term. will buyit. principle, Interest, taxes $82 per month after OPEN FROM $80 MONTHLY
CLOSE TOCAUSEWAY and insurance.S down: payment.
TO REACH OAKWOOD From Titusville northon
: go Including' principle, t aw,
U. S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U. S,1 for LISTINGS NEEDED BEDROOM, 1 bath, stucco, RENTALS SEE THEM NOW Imursnce' :=,,.

one more mile to our entrance on right. For free 3 r family I W* have buyers walling over concrete block, 100 x 17! 'SEVERAL urnished Excellent
"Arrb and unlurn-
::: ft. yard fruit trees, all furniture
information Call 267-5586. room, and Conditioned Call Mr Luck shed homes for rent In
$30000 dorfrn.JOHNNY, goes, including range Htusvllle. NEAR SCHOOLS CHURCHES a SHOPPING CENTERS a PARKS'
DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! and refrigerator. Only $13,650
Ray C. Carpenter 29% down, balance over S1! *
AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK A. MOLES Realty year j t Fully central air heated conditioned 3 bed.

1240 Hopkins Ave. Titusville 267-8813 NEW 3 bedroom, 2 bath, con room 1V4 bath apts. En- N, SINGLETON AVI., TITUSVILLI, Ft A. PR, 267-4146
Acres from Magnolia: Plaza S. US 1, 'losod garage, close to I
$ $ $ $ $ $: $ $ $ $ $ Day or Night down ventional financing $17,950.00 shopping schools.. $135
267-6327 payment $950. Largeliving
Tionth.
room, turquoise kitchen,
Juanita Malott- 267-7159 I
AfierS BE SAFE! fireplace. I
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TERRIFIC DOLLAR SAVING! : Call | ;42 S.


YN N BE SURE! J. W. CHILDRE REALTY, or WlShinKtoni
of
,, TRUCK VALUES! I 1 267-5563
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11957 FORD y2 TON PICKUP TRUCK With AREALTOR I I LUXURIOUS]

34 BEDROOM *oesWptig0.eeyaamses' Hi Net
VI, Good Sir... A Good CUSTOM-DESIGNIi .-,....Tilt Seed. aw*Mraatoart .
ed Solid Und Truck $$595- ON LARGE most. nod.*..Pt1II.HI.- ...bMi
LOTS... .. Ntvi MOM ... .CI"KMM*
Look for I lUll SUBURBAN _. Pad. t Su4..k.. .I/Mat
W-MNWlMlai! sod. .,.....
ONLY MINUTES tatty |
1960 CHEV 1/ TON PICKUP TRUCK"M symbol protection.for It thiai NASA CAUSEWAY, War and ill Boat Mrw Omits*.tptrtiMiils Prhrata untttttwrtctt .
SHOPPING CENTER
t" LUXURY ..*. Lam* M*
Cylinder, Good Tlrts, a lot of Service $$795411 r nifies AND AU SCHOOLS. etefra.a01aileet! ,. lMtnrwcktaM ....*
left In this one and high professional I .lunn wflM ah* riM.fla.
1 standing. Deal _d.. 1I1IIt.. *Party...
.. t4 FOR I SOLITTLE PirttJif_ iM SDvfflikMriSUCH
I
I only with a Realtor __

.. 1959 DODGE !//2 TON PICKUP TRUCK -.. .1 Only seal.a Realtor displaysthis P 6 W I IMT 5111.1N88 torn *MMra asse

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N Geed Tlrts. Runs and drives good. e .w. ti Bryan-Conway &

Will worth the monty $$395" Winstead, Inc. c..rlrr.aico sues sea ai
Hindi with car) Theta _...---......
M. Barley Jr.
George
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.. 'n* of our first cancers Naturally beautiful .

1958 TON PICKUP TRUCK Yu'll find that huihld wit when furniture we Inc.Campbell Associates, ii wlthcoOIB ak pwqtMf flaw* Studio: 1 & 2 Bedroom- Rental A nartm.nta

? FORDg mv your Inc. I from $100 monthly Unfurnlah.d
office equipment. Call H.eetcssyWatergS.w.re
God solid pickup *r J. W. Childre, Realtor Models Now Open For Inspection

and a real buy . ...,.. ... $$695 fr the details nowl Danenburg'f Beach O PkMtertdWaJb Furnlibtd model.. now ea 41.91.7.. NOT. O up.....

w ** t Think of Realty II from

OPEN 8 TIL 8! Duffy's Real Estate


w :JanlL Chevrolet : FIDELITYAgent .. Edwards Ed Kittles Realty Agency 450 lMP.tJHlAL U 'BJWE1S_a pYt..rM

gt6 Harris Realty Inc. I I Mil.
L. B. Newman r13

USED CAR DEPARTMENT ALLIED VAN LINES Donn Searle Realtors DOWN

w ... STORAGE ft TRANSFER Sydney Schwartz II DOWN =.
1026 S. HOPKINS AVENUE PHONE 287-1234
W. J. Smith
DAY OR NIGHT S tee Cara)

I $ $ $ $ S Phone AM 7-0221 Stoner Realty I

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PAYMENT O., eaulf.f $15,000 TO $19,000Several

Lar{ LOTS FOR SALE la FAIR GLEN.
A Community Of Fine Homes In TitusvilleOnly $4750 to $6850 Uomts restricted to 1800 tq. ft minimum


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

PAYMENT

THREE & FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY ROOM TWO TILE BATHS .1200 Phone Garden: 267-3222 St, or Tltusvllle 267-2331



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MISTER 3 G..t_BREGER_ ..... __ STAR Crossword ADVOCATE'S Puzzle I spark up with a car loan from us--' I




ACROSS DOWN *1.Rail'

LMorodlnwttor L XI.d.t an I
1. .. tea WI 1IorIa.. Almost .. instant M a spark from a sparkplug find us quick on our feet and feat wMI a butk.

.. JI : 1'11IO\&I I.Brief D. in oar's motor that's how fat
boat ...-.lea 2t.PD_ your usually

:. buiMer.Slate S.WIlt. mate we can make you a loan to buy a new M used You'll find our J loam large, and our rates

. 0unoon < receptaele tube r..bIe. We'll outline a monthly payment
d.DueIt m.B.s.. car.
itr 1ICIoum. a.SBabtlr lot plan you can take without strain or pain.
v 10.Inch. Cruyl Imp(..
11.Hourly soaoq Vent We're a young new bank so we are anxious to You can talk to us about your loan even before

I.Meteho H.Out. get new business and make new friends so you'll
- at Abound TIrd.yAr.w you decide which car you want to buy.
.. U.Putter* .. a4dltloat..Grow old or 30.CaltBa
.. IS.SubdtrUlon A.Kvtrfrwn a-.
.. Mrry
.. .plot Behold ILPboe.Nd tree pluta 1O.1u.a.1T. eU.atot". INDIAN RIVER PLAZA

w.. IS.Away: 13.Short 2S.8eoda It.c-maoI brevard national bank I

prefix stockings: cl a3.ltoI7 STATE ROAD SON
.. st.City:IAct. U.Grampua a alaag.a6oep
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.r. Do:Mark U j I LOISDI01'U! LOOSEN UP PRETTY 5000

.. i cattle 1 DOSiC1METl11N6 TRIXIE'SO Ii ON THE I

r "THIRD 26.Golf / 1D SOUP UP YHE C0 I 1
floor-rugs, drape, curtains and the end courses CAPER
.r. of the toe for the bargain sale on the Ie.A .t pof II VAFbR12ER4 p

SIXTH floor. a ladderS7.Vnndulter t w itL
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.. Fight AgainDear III.LltUe EATALLMXR HOW'S THAT ONIi )tlf fU t-
traA Itx PEAS so ycxjfLL THAT PROPPED ON LT

Ann Landers: Hunting wife "at present"The OtherwIM 41.Obervea. .i / : CROW JP BK3ANOSTROSa THE TABLE

season is here which means one married man I've been Prophet j brrl I
r peMy
fight after another. I don't mean going with for six years insists 1V 0a l

I just for a few days either I he will never cheapen our relationship parents Insist that my Fri
could stand that. These L 1111. II moo tall to do .o' a Aore.
fights by giving me excuses.
r go day night cheerleadlng is a Pro will be .l.nd
on for months. All he says is, "We'll be married date because I am out of the agalnat you for tbe relief demand'ed -
I've discussed the of Have faith." In the Complaint. Thla suit into
problem eventually. a
house and away from my stud- foreclose aa Agreement for
the "Hunting Husband" with His children are almost les. This means I can't have a D.... The real property proceeded

other wives and here are the grown. Their college educationis real date all during sports sea against Lot.lei Block B. Oramllag
techniques we have all tried assured. His business is thrIv. Park, la aoordanoo with lb.Plat .

along with the results. ing. His wife gives him no sta son riend is in the Plat thereof Book fie..Pege recorded 40, I.of 0 oer

(1) Put your foot down and tic. He does as he pleases no My boy tbe Public Rooorde of Bravard 0o d iD
out front r
stands while I am Florida.WITNEBIi
County
iay: "No. You can't go AGAIN questions asked. We've been together is MT HAND AND
-'and leave me and the chile almost every evening cheering. The game usually SEAL of thin Court at Tlluevllle,
Ce over at 10:30: and I have to be Florida, Ibis Sad day ..( Oetohor,
'dren. 1958.
They go anyway. since A. D. 1N..
11:15. Is this fair? -
e (2) Be nice about it and send Am I supposed to be satisfied home by :

!!, them off with a big smile. They because I can see him wheneverI CHEERLESS LEADER Curtl V, I.R.Spaagler BaraeeBy A. kNt1C1c OFP TINT g THINIl TINT 2 SHALL

M take advantage and twice as want? It's beginning to look Dear Cheerless: No. Cheers (Court MallSWANN NFMtae1.APOtMA9tCVILYAIATRU
go IVEJRE
... is of school activityand AND SWANN ITtt A PtRFaCT WJJ HERE i
like weird and leading part
r much. a pretty set-up IT Mouth Magnolia Avenue t1AY/N 1'4fRY 'k
To PLAY
I'm the goat.Breaking should not be counted as a Orlando Florid.AU.rne MAY" HI5k1 d coLP
,* for Plaintiff !
No
(3) Go along. Impossible. off is out of the date. Oct. .. 11: 1*. N (Moat 114. NalteTMEa11H

1. woods are big enough for a question. He refuses to give me Ann Landers will be glad to 56 IRI6NTwv ,
husband and his wife. The
C up. He watches every move I help you with your problems. See The iRrl ouhtlxllTe
woods are plenty big enough fora
make so there's no chance of Send them to her in care of this A

man and 17 club members, meeting anyone else. newspaper enclosing a stamped, Star AdvocateFor )0x stoNTl 1 1 t,
however.
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The only solution is to leave self-addressed envelope.IN Your

t Another thing our husbands my family, friends and Job a

have going for them is an eight- and move to another state. Is IN CIRCUIT OURT OfCHH Printing Needs!

room club house. They tell us to It fair that I must run while he NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT z

-r be sure and pack their best Is free to stay put and probablytake IN', AND FLORIDA FOR BHBVARDJOUNTT RepreientlnfMutual atId 1/'If

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V V Dr. Kahn Is 'Bundle Days Drive Broyhill I

[ IRC Women Plan Big Bldq.- Ceremonies


Medical"Fellow" Underway In SchoolsSuperintendent Colorful dedication ceremonies ior Broyhill in turn will presentthe motel marina and. yacht basin.
will be held Thursday for TI- flag to the Patrick Air Also later the company will i I
Sidewalk Art Show tusvtUe's newest office building, Force Color Guard which will add another office: structure with
\ of Schools all desperately needed for protection the Broyhill Building, located on hoist the colors restaurant and lounge to be I
Alvin J Kahn MD, of THus- Woodrow J. Darden has declared from the mountain winter the Indian River and South After the introduction of visiting added at a later date.
North Brevard's largest sIdewalk There will be awards for best thfe week (Oct 19.!8)) w' Washington Avenue. and local dignitaries by
vile became Fellow of the the
a in this section tagged as
art festival is being of show second best of show, American of Save the Children Federation The structure, attractively de master of ceremonies D o n n Printing Needs! Y
College SurgeonsOct
planned for Friday, Nov I and I third best of show and honorable 8 in Chicago at the Annual Bundle Days throughoutthe No. 1 depressed area in the signed and landscaped, is the Searle president of the Committee
Saturday, Nov 7, by the F Inc mentions. Brevard United States See The
Mth Annual Clinical Congressof County schools new home of the East Central of 100 and one of the
Arts Department of the Indian Categories will Include oils, Students will be collecting Florida Council
this professional organization. Students and local residents Regional Planning lessees of the building as Donn Star Advocate
River City Woman's Club. water colors graphics amateur sturdy, wearable used clothing Searle Realty, a short addressof
Entries are sought for the festival photography and crafts. Dr. Kahn is also a Diplomats for distribution to needy youngsters are requested to bring their I To begin the dedication of the welcome will be given by Robert
They must be by senior Entries are to be made to of the American: Board of Surgery and adult. In the Southern good, wearable clothing to the building, Congressman Joel T. Doyle executive director of
high school students and older Mrs. Larry Funk 40) Abbot Appalachian Mountains in this collection centers: which have Broyhill of Virginia, will pre the Planning Council.
and are not limited to the local Avenue, Indian River City 23rd annual clothing collection been set up in each school, announced sent a flag, flown over the Capitol The dedication of the buildingwill
He has been in in Ti-
area entries are sought from The entries will be exhibitedin practice An urgent appeal is being Dr. W. A. Metz, chair in Washington, to M T. complete phase one of an
tusville since 1961.
all areas of Florida Indian River Plaza, the September, made this year for shoes, coats, man of the Bundle Day Drive Broyhill Sr., founder of the entire complex which is to em.
Hal McIntosh, Winter Park large shopping center along dresses, suits and underwear- Committee Broyhill company in 1915. Sea brace a high-rise apartment,
artist and educator, and David Highway 50. They will be pro ---
: Reese, director of arts at Loch tected from the weather and Gunshot Kills ,
Haven in Orlando, will be the special police protection has 66/ ,IlsFSm;; i,N?
Judges. I also been arranged. / *

I Negro Woman Pla ONllLY m9W : fia TiiE .

J. C. Britt, 54 year old colored :;
Local Art League male, apparently shot and killed ii 1
his common law wife, Essie / ._
Mae Harris, about 4:30: Saturday .'
at their home off Wiley :.' ,.'
Road in the colored section of Food-Es-A-Bargain Game '
For ExhibitThe : :
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hold Its annual exhibit I restrictions have been placedon shot with a 22 caliber rifle,
Oct. 26th through Nov. 6th at size or number of paintings Just below the throat and died 734 CASH PRIZES
the Citizens Bank on River submitted or of medium used. almost immediately, accordingto '."":oi'I
be framed investigating officers of the "
side Drive. An works must or '
matted and must bear a label Brevard County Sheriffs De 11'h',, <$s,
This year's showing will coincide clearly stating title, artist's partment. Britt admitted the
with the bank's 30th Anniversary and sale if killing to investigators rlt J
Celebration and officials name price applicable : Today, the overage family spends ONLY 19* for
have consented to the Britt had been experiencing food, out of each after-fa>*f dollar, according to Government
use of space in the lobby for Entries will be accepted at domestic difficulty with his t figures. 1 15 years ago, food took 26 out of each QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
display of paintings. the first fall meeting of the Art wife over an ex husband and dollar. PRICES GOOD THRUOCTOBER

Only members of the Art League on Wednesday, Oct 21, after an argument, Britt pickedup 21ST ,. O
WINN Mill ITOHM IMC. -eOPVHI HT-IM4
22 caliber rifle, belongingto
a
at 8 p.m. This meeting prom.
him, loaded a 22 short rifle 19'card Winn-Dixie
lane to be an interesting one as Get your 'Only at
CaseContinued Mrs Naida Loudon will demon. bullet into the chamber and ap
strate the silk.screen process parently shot Mrs Harris.

From Page 1 Mrs. Loudon has been active In Sheriff Leigh S. Wilson Criminal
this summer's art program and Agt Lelf T. Larsen, Identification CutUpFRYER
mobile.So Is now Instructing Saturday Officers Ray Meyer and
attention of the search classes under the sponsorshipof Tim McCoy and Deputy Nick
switched to only one place remained the Art League. Ball all participated in the investigation SWIFT PREMIUMWIENERS ,
in question. A drainage S
i ditch, running underneath Britt has been charged with '
J South Hopkins the East side Local Firms first degree murder
of the road was the only place GRADE "A" .;
that had not been searched, be VISITING ,HERE (I QUICK 4
cause of the extreme dangersof 'Gel ChartersThree FROZEN 29
cottonmouth water moccasins Mrs J M. Crissman of StloamN
: seen inside the ditch. .C. is visiting at the home of REG. 390 LB.
j The serach was called off after Tltusvllle firms were her daughter, Mrs. John Eads at REG. ID
I an attempt to search the among the 16 Brevard County Nova Motel.
ditch was made, corporations chartered recently, 59< LB-PjPh
announced Secretary of S t ate N Yen J --,
PUmn. Curry accident re Tom Adams ed stock 100 shares of commonof .
port mentioned nothing of an no par value, filed Oct. 13, i TOP
other person possibly being in The Tltusvllle firms are: Titusville.

volved since the search did not Stoner Associates Realty Inc., 1964, dealing In general hard. VALUE
"
recover a "missing person 2323 S. Washington Ave.. with 1 ware and mercantile business PAN-REDI FROZEN BREADED spg
Reports led to believe the Listed as Incorporators are LyleB
authorized stock 90 shares of
person apparently had been Shaffer Jr., K T. Moran, %' T9,
common of no par value, filed 3Pkg
Shrimp
driven away by someone in another Oct. 7, 1964, dealing in Real Lois M. Shatter,all of Tltusvllle _
automobile before rescue Estate Listed as Incorporators Shaffer'* Hardware, Inc. 1810 REGULAR 35 DEEP SOUTH APPLE '\
workers arrived on the scene or Diane Drive, with authorized
are Charles S. Stoner, Debbie
wandered away in a daze. Buchalter, Martha E. Stoner, an stock 50 shares of common of
'
There was also the possibility of Titusvtlle no par value filed Oct 13, 1984, 2J'R 25
Childers was in a daze when he dealing In hardware. Incorporators DinnersEcH59Jelly X:
mentioned another person was Shaffer's Hi Value Stores, Inc. are Lyle B. Shaffer Jr., K
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Dr. Kahn Is Bundle Days Drive Broyhili IColorful I
( IRC Women Plan Big Medical"Fellow" Bldg. Ceremonies


I Underway In Schools dedication ceremonies tot Broyhill in turn will present motel. marina and yacht basin
will be held Thursday for TitiMvilto's the flag to the Patrick AirForce I Also later the company will i I I
Sidewalk Art ShowNorth I newest office building Color Guard which will add another office structure with
Sapefhttendent Of Schools aH desperately needed for protection the BroyMll Building located on hoist the colors restaurant and lounge to be J
Alvin J. Kahn MD, of Tttw-I Woo&w J. Darden has declared from the mountain winter the Indian. River and SoothWanhtagton After the introduction of visit I,lidded at a later date
Brevard's largest sIdewalk There will be awards for bent tide week (Oct. IMS) *s Avenue ing and local dignitaries by ---
Fellow of the
vale became
art festival is being of show, second beat of show, American a of Save the Children Federation m tMs section tagged as :the The structure, attractively designed master of ceremonies Donn Printing Needs! Y
planned for Friday, Nov. 6 and third best of show and honorable College Surgeons Annual Bundle No. 1 depressed area In the
Oct. 8 In Chicago at the Days throughout and landscaped, is the Searle, president of the C o re
Saturday, Nov. 7, by the F t n e mentions. 50th Annual Clinical Congressof the Brevard County r schools, United States new home of the East Central mittee of 160 and one of the I See The
Arts Department of the Indian Categories will include oils, this professional organization.Dr I Student will be collecting local residents Florida Regional Planning Council leasees of the building as Donn I Star Advocate
SlvuenU and
:River CRy Woman's Club. water colors, graphics, amateur sturdy wearable used clothing Scene Realty, a short address i
Bntrtoe are sought for the festival photography and crafts Kahn is aim a Diptomate for distribution to needy youngsters are requested to bring their I To begin the dedication of the of welcome will be given by Robert I
They must be by senior Entries are to be made to of the American Board of Surgery and adults in the Southern good, wearable clothing to the building' Congressman Joel T. Doyle, executive director of
Mgh school students and older Mrs. Larry Flink 40( Abbot Appalachian Mountain in this I collection centers which have Broyhill of Virginia, will pre the Planning Council
and are not limited to the local Avenue, Indian River City. 28rd annual clothing collection been set up in each school announced sent a flag flown over the Capitol The dedication of the buildingwill
area entries are sought from The entires will be exhibitedin He has been in practice in Tl An urgent appeal Is being Dr. W. A. Metz, chairman in Washington, to M T. complete phase one of an
all areas of Florida Indian River Plaza, the tusville since September, 1961. made this year for shoes, coats, of the Bundle Day Drive Broyhill Sr., founder of the entire complex which is to embrace .
Hal McIntosh, Winter Park large shopping center along dresses, suits and underwear- Committee I Broyhill company in 1915 Sen a high-rise apartment.
artist and educator, and David Highway 50. They will be protected -
Reese, director of arts at Loch from the weather and Gunshot Kills
I Haven in Orlando will be the special police protection has

I Judges. also been arranged, Negro Woman D1II ,n1 mv WlO1W*


J. C. Britt, 54 year old colored Clli (U Iq 111JLaJll! fi, I1 Eiirlf :
Local! Art League male apparently shot and killed
his common law wife, Essie
Mae Harris, about 4:30: Saturday
at their home off Wiley f .,'
Road !in the colored section of Food-Is-A-Bargain Game
For ExhibitThe
Ready Mims. following a family argument i I

The mother of nine children *' try4wr ? 't' .'t. "' t"" ", ... ... ....
Tltusvllle Art League League will participate and no
will hold Its annual exhibit restrictions have been placedon was shot with a 22 caliber rifle II STOkE
Oct 28th through Nov 8th at size or number of paintings just below the throat and died 734CASH PRIZES @@i p8
the Citizens Bank on River. submitted or of medium used. almost immediately according I M Nn _
tide Drive. AH works must be !framed or to investigating officers of the I
matted and must bear a label Brevard County Sheriffs Department 1
This year's showing will coincide clearly stating title, artist's Britt admitted the

niversary with Celebration the bank's 30th and An officials name and. sale price, If applicable killing to Investigators. Today, the overage family spends ONLY 19* for r

have consented to the Britt had been experiencing food, out of each after-fad+ dollar, according to Govern
use of space In the lobby for Entries will be accepted at domestic difficulty with his I ment figures 15 years ago, food took 26 out of each QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
PRICES GOOD THRU
display of paintings. the first fall meeting of the Art wife over an ex husband and dollar
Only members of the Art League on Wednesday, Oct. 21, after an argument, Brltt picked, OCTOBER, 21ST O
WINN mm*ireon INC-COe1'NNT-1 I { {
22 caliber rifle, belongingto
a
at 8 p.m. This meeting promises up
to be an interesting one as him, loaded a 22 short rifle Get your 'Only 19'card at Winn-Dixie
CaseContinued Mrs Naida Loudon will demon. bullet into the chamber and apparently c
shot Mrs Harris.
strate the silk-screen process
From Page 1 Mrs. Loudon has been active In Sheriff Leigh S. Willson Crim
\ this summer's art program and inal Agt Leif T Larsen, Identification CutUpFRYE
mobile.So Is now Instructing Saturday Officers Ray Meyer end
attention of the search classes under the sponsorshipof Tim McCoy and Deputy Nick
switched to only one place re the Art League. Ball all participated in the in I SWIFT PREMIUMWIENERS Mt
A drainage .
mained In question. vestigation.
ditch running underneath Britt has been charged with : '
South Hopkins to the East side Local Firms first degree murder.
of the road was the only place GRADE NA" .;
that had not been searched, because VISITING ,I QUICKFROZEN
HUE
of the extreme dangersof Get ChartersThree
cottonmouth water moc Mrs. J. M, Crlssman of KtloamN
casins seen Inside the ditch .C. is visiting at the home of REG. 39s LB.
The serach was called off aft Tltusvllle firms were her daughter Mrs. John Eads at REG.
er an attempt to search the among the 16 Brevard County Nova Motel. 3 9
I ditch was made. corporations chartered recently, 59 LB.
announced Secretary of S tat e w
rtlmn. Curry's accident report Tom Adams. ed stock 100 shares of commonof
I mentioned nothing of an. no par value, filed Oct 13, TOP I
other person possibly being Involved The Tltusvtlle firms are: Titus vllle\ '

since the search did"not Stoner Associates Realty Ine, 1964, dealing In general hard VALUE \
i recover a "missing person. 2323 S. Washington Ave.. with I ware and mercantile business PAN-REDI FROZEN BREADED STAMPS
Reports led to believe the Listed as Incorporators are LyleB
authorized stock 50 shares of "
person apparently had been Shatter Jr., K. T. Moran, '
,
common of no par value, filed Shrimp 3P9z k
driven away by someone In another Oct 7, 1964, dealing In Real Lois M Shaffer, all of Tltusvllle .
automobile before rescue Estate. Listed as Incorporators Shaffer's Hardware Inc., 1810 REGULAR 35 DEEP SOUTH APPLE i
workers arrived on the scene or Diane Drive with authorized
FROZEN MEXICANDinners
PATIO
are Charles S. Stoner, Debbie
wandered in a daze. stock SO shares of common ol
away Buchalter, Martha E Stoner, all
There also the filed Oct. 13, 1984, LB.
was possibility of TltusvUle. no par value EACH 591 2 251.
Childers was in a daze when he dealing In hardware. Incorporators Jelly JAR
mentioned another person was Shaffer's HI Value Stores, Inc. are Lyle B. Shaffer Jr., K
in the car. 1810 Diane Drive, with authorlz- T. Moran and Lois M Shaffer,

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