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The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents ) "
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! 84th Year No. 127 24 Pages Today Titusvilie Florida, Wednesday October, 21, 1964 5cPerPublished" M ndays. WedcsdS 'i and Fridays
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Race For Governor






"Heals Up" Tuesday



At a fish fry political rally
yesterday at Blanton Park, gubernatorial
candidate Haydon
L.iV1- Burns branded his Republican

b : aft opponent "a liar, a fraud
rtie and a cheat", in the strongest
words yet Issued by the governor

The aspirant.strong words were used /
by Bums In answer to GOP candidate -
Charles Holley's chargesthat '
Burns had a million dollars
In a Nassau bank, and that
Burns Is presently under Investigation I

Service.by the Internal Revenue


f Burns labeled the charges of
Volley as the ra rings of a
c desperate man", and added,
I Food and talk with Futch and Comm. Faulk Mayor Bill Walker greets Mayor Haydon Burns. God knows I wish I had that
u much money" and "I
wish 1 had m much money that
Honor Society I would have to be investigat

T Florida Travel Council ed.At"the outset of his talk, which

At THS Inducts followed a huge fish fry at the
downtown park, Burns said that

26 SeniorsNational ;J he Brevard understood and added the problems that these of l t
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To Meet Here Thursday problems are "tremendous". t

, Honor Society at Tl- Burns answers opponent's charges with strong words. Burns pointed out that he had
been endorsed by the home
Tltusvffle Its Chamber of ida State Chamber of Commerce I with cooperation of the City olTitusvilie tusvllle High School last week county and home city papers ol
Commerce and its Committee of the Florida Development Brevard County and "tapped" 28 members of the Smathers Awards his opponent, mentioning that
100. will play host to a newly. Commission and the Governor Cape Kennedy officials will be senior class for membershipand the St Petersburg Times and
I 9J created but important statewide will be arriving here this after official hosts a member of the then inducted them in a the Clearwater Sun, PlnrUai
I.' committee this week. noon for a busy 24 hours in Titusvilie. committee has made all of the ceremony held in the THS library County newspapers the e e a B*
The member executive arrangements. Gene Roberts of afternoon ty that Holley represents! In the
committee of the Florida Travel While the Chamber of Com Titusvilie is the 12th district Sunday Featured At Banquet I state legislature had both edt
Council, created by the Floe merce and Committee of 100, member of the new body. The ceremony was conductedby torlally endorsed the candidacyof
The committee is charged Miss Alice Conner, sponsorof Hayden Burns for governor.Ho .
with the responsibility formerly the society and guidance A packed house is expected to citrus grower, secretary; and I said this was a Hgnlflcant
I Hoover Mourners Begin TrekNEW lodged with the Florida Development counselor at the high school hear US. Sen. George Smath- Bill Nevln Citizens Bank president I fact
Commission, relatingto ers at the Greater Titusvlll treasurer.
Burns added that he not
along with the 1] holdover members Chamber.of Commerce Annual Members of the board of directors I was
YORK (AP-Plaln) clt! Jacob K. Jarits former Postmaster tourism and travel in the campaigning for either national
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If tens and public figures )Joined General James A. Far. state. It Is formed from one of the society. Banquet tonight at Parkway are Bob Bright: H. II. party ticket, because neither ,,
tJ today la paying last respects to ley and State Department protocol resident of each of the 12 Congressional They explained the alms of Junior High School cafetyrtum Hudson, Earl Jones Don Mac party platform had any IOlut1.oll. ,
Lean and Wendell Kease.'V ....oM'. "
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former Herbert officer Jay Rutherford. : '
President the todetWalong with its history Florida's popular Junior senator to the problems of l'JDrS4Llp. a
JlOCf& f ,,: :Many who the flag. state Districtsh' ( k
passed by and whit would be win be pushed fur popularity said however, that he was
Amon'j early arrivals at St. draped coffin were workers' First expect.ed however, by the revelationof City Finance Man, a Democratic: office holder and
Bartholomew's church were from office buildings in the vicinity weeks ago in St. Augustine. of the new members follow I the chamber's "Man of t h. Let was supporting the Democratic
United Nations Ambassador Ad- of the church In mid Plans call for the council ed by the formal induction. Year" and "Club of the Year" Clay, Resigns ticket from the "White House to ,
lai Stevenson New York Sen. Manhattan. members to be entertained at award. The committee baa Lee Clay, finance director: for the Courthouse".
a cocktail party at \ o'clock tonight Seniors Inducted were Steven made !its selections from
the
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the City of Titusvilie has re Burns was Introduced by May.
I Homecoming To Be "Brillianl" I at the home of Mr and Albert Geneva Allen Julia I I tacUhects submitted by the various signed. or Hill Walker. Others recognta- I'
Mrs. J J. Parrish Jr. on Indian Archer, Barbara Banks Barbara organizations and Individuals Clay who has been in that eel l at the riDy were city counoilmen \
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River Avenue, along with other In North Brevard. y
Valencia school I
Homecoming is a "brilliant" Gainesville, will be held at Draa dignitaries attending tonight's Barnes Clark, capacity with the city for several officials county
School Field Ray (Cowart Lois Cutright, Jill has Indicated he will officials" and members of thecandidate's ,
time at TltusviHe High Thursday night the first annual Chamber of Commerce Pat Blumer chamber president years
and those students in charge of I time outdoors. banquet. They will be guests at Featherston Lorraine Garrison said that another highlight remain In the area but has no network of cam*
activities this year are making There will be special breakfasts the Chamber banquet tonight Stephen Harr, Martha Hudson, of the evening would be the definite plane He did not state palgners In the county, including
his North Brevard
plans to top all efforts of past and luncheons honoringthe Their meeting is slated for Jam Deanna Hungerford. Vicki installation of new chamber officers effective date of his resignation. Curtis Futch.cam
years. foreign students tomorrow at Citizens Bank Diane and directors.: The officers | Sciuror Im.herl-- paign manager
Jodts
They win entertain 11 foreign The big football game between sandwiched between their being Leonard Sandy were chosen Monday noon The fish fry, which began at
exchange students, including Orlando Colonial and the Terriers I guests at a special breakfastand Loveless, Linda Lundy Judy ,at a director's: meeting at the noon, saw about 100 persons
Eornporn Rodboon the Thailand is set for Friday night, followed luncheon. At 1 p.m. tomorrow -I Miner, Libby Oswald, Diana Chanticleer Inn file through the line for the traditional
girl, who attends Titusville by the homecoming ball they are scheduled to leave Payson Patricia Peratngor Helen \ I Officers to be installed will be Foreign Students Florida campaign mans
High. I Naturally there must be a here for a three-hour tour of Riddle Mary Swanger, David ,111 Godhora. attorney, president of fried mullet cole: slaw beau
A big Terrier's Growl pat king and queen They will be Cape Kennedy and MILA returning Swoyer David Ward and i Lyle Shatter hardware and hush puppies. '
terned on a smaller scale after crowned during halftime cere- here about 4pm., when Evelyn Woodham. owner vice president, Lyle The fish fry was In charge of
the famous Gator Growls in I (Continued On Page B) they will leave to return home. I Duff, Mime Iwuraace man and W. 3 "Pappy" Austin and M
Coming ThursdayMr array of Mime "chefs", pro
: claimed to be among the best

I international Beauties ScheduledFor In the state In the art ol frying
Eleven foreign exchange students and )I... Glenn: Phillips: fish.
from. far away as Iran, Lull Cesar tUmlres Fernandez Among others to greet Burntand I
Norway and Thailand will be of Chile, at Tavares HI I Kb his wife, were County Commissioner
honored guests of TltusvlDeIlgb School who will stay with Mr Gas faulk. State Senator .
School during the big and Mrs Edwin Austin, Alfredo Bernard! ParrUh, and
Jaycee Christmas Parade Dec. 5 homecoming: festivities this Magglanj of Italy, at Satellite others
coming weekend. High SttaoJ who will stay with I
Ten of the students will becoming Mr. and Mrs. Richard Price,
The annual Jaycee Christmas appears here with Miss USA from other cities where llarakl Martrns of Norway, ai Olson Elected
Parade and related festivities and heralds the opening of the they are attending school, and Uktvlew High In Winter Gar ,
are taking on the air of a "Can Christmas shopping season by will Join Sompora Rodboon den, who will stay with Dr, and
You Top This" program, with 'appearing In the parade. The from Thailand who ls at Titus-. Mrs Harold T Albert and Mar. By Stale School'
each succeeding chairman at- theme fur this year's parade vine High. la Christina do C Hanuim
tempting to best last year's. :and festivities Is appropriately o of Brazil, at Winter Park High
A dark-eyed Gretlan beauty "International Christmas'*. Joining her will be V..iIJoI who win stay with Mr and Mrs. Plant Managers
Mllltsls of Greece, at Apopka BUI McClure
Corinna (Kiriakl) Tsopei, of Both beauties win be guestsof who will stay at
Athens "Miss Universe of MM" I honor also at the annual Jaycee the High horn Mrs Doris Boynton They will be picked by local II RJabnar T. Olson, Director ef
will headline this year's parade Christmas Ball usually the ; Live de Beuclwlaer of Bel- I parents Thursday afternoonand Maintenance and Construction
and win be augmented by t h e season's top social event. This High SchoolU attend the Terrier's Growl of the Brevard County Board of
beautiful' Miss USA". Robbl year's ball win be held at a new Dayton Beach, who will l I at Draa field Thursday night Public Instruction, ts the newly
Johnson, of Alexandria Va. Industrial building across from h stay at the borne of Mr. and Friday morning they will be elected president of the FbHda -
Jess Parrish Hospital } / Mrs. Fred Stroud, Kattaneb guests at a breakfast at 7:M la School Plant Management
This double feature of beauty
CatHigh the school cafeteria to which: local Association, Inc
Am/r.AllaJ/ of Iran at Eau
would seem to be a climax of a Headlining the dance win be
"!ad" which was started In the nationally temoas Buddy be School who will stay dignitaries have been Invit Olson\ wu elected at the
1M1, when Miss Florida was the Morrow orchestra a H-plece 'It I Mr and Mrs. J:. H. Pot; ed. They will tour Cape Ken fourth Annual Association meetIng -
featured attraction of the first aggregation with a featured vocalist :; 3I.r7' Ittot Ittva Montenegro of nedy and MILA getting the I held at the McAllister Hotel
annual Jaycee Christmas Parade Morrow has played with Ball ''rat Melbourne 1111 II special "foreign dignitary" tour In Miami on Oct It
She was followed in turn Paul Whitemaa Artie Shaw, School, who will stay with Mr I and will return to be honored at The association consists of
and Mrs Charles W. Evans, a luncheon: In the school cafeIMa non-Instructional administrators
by the extremely popular and Tommy Doney and others, prior
majestic Miss America", Jacquelyn to forming his own orchestraand Aogustla Ramos Losada of at noun, with afl seniors In the State of Florida who are
Meyer. Last year the joining the chosen few who pain, at EdgewaU High ate I actively engaged hi the admin-
featured beauty was Uerete Ox have recorded hit records. A School In Orlando, who will I be Introduced prior ,titration of school plant management -
je stay with Mr. and Mrs Dean to the game Friday night and and whose objectives
ers, "Miss USA, few of Morrow's bits lure: been> ,
"Mght Train" '"One Mint Julip" '. ti I D. Broylcs; Vera Maria Da Rosa win attend the big homecoming are to determine the nature atent -
Miss Universe's name. KirtaM "I Drat Know", among others. Adj Bonces of Brazil at Edge ball, returning to their American and quality of noninstruoJrmal
: means "Sunday", but It will George Arnold Is this year's ,water High, who win stay with home on Saturday. services required for the
be Saturday, Dec. S when she general chairman her the CbrtiU II'educational program and ,to
mas festivities with Wimpy / y promote the development of
Mann cochairman: of the Christmas Budget Election 01 Officers I'these services by establishing
BJC Building BaH and Bob Keel cochairman : I acceptable policies standards

Arnold of the asks parade that an businesses On Agenda Of Canal Board I and The practices auoclatinn strives to de-

Bids DelayedOpening intending to participate with I wimp a working relationship r
a professional float should contact I A meeting of the It Johns- budget and electing officers for With Instructional personnel to
of bids on the three him or Keel as soon U pan e Indian Rim Canal District will the coming year. I teeter[ the progress and Improve
on the Brevard sible. He said that be has tenta- J I B C Brady, director of fttiwvtBe .meat of the educational program
sew buildings be held Thursday, Oct 22. at tot I and to promote the proesslonal .
commercial
Junior College campus has been tin approval on II : I will host the meeting (
pwponed from J pilL Friday to floats and 1) marching bands? i 12 noon at the Chanticleer Inn, prMlded over by John advancement of School
i p.m. Friday. Oct. JO. two college and 13 higi school. .Mia Universe, Was USA liars Dee. L j{I lot the purpose of adopting a ,I 'Idtr.elLairDwl. Plant Management.



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Arnvt A Wednesday, and Friday I L WRAPPER0
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1100 S. Hopldoi Ave Friend George Morgan of with mullet, hush puppies and

v Greenville, Tenn, former president oratory. ..
MEMBER* Florida Press Aaaoclated Ass'n: National Editorial Au'n and xjyN of Citizens Bank, stoppedby I Mayor Burns took the opportunity *
Pre,i. to level some pretty JJ
a our new office yesterdaywhile
Henry H. Hudaoti Pres. Mrs. Haul S. Hudson, Vic: ..Prei. net here for a meeting of the I harsh words at his opponent, -
Robert H. Hudson, Secy.-Treaa. local bank's board of directors. calling him a liar, cheat and ,
Henry H. Hudson, Publisher Robert H. Hudson Editor ; sE how his wife, fraud. _

David Dunn Raymond, Advertising B. Rutherford Mgr. -, S.Qaasined L. Floyd Adv., Circulation Mgr Mgr. ; *eL b== Till In, was answer, George to reported ter Curtis Futch behind and the the others rally

rible." And being concerned, we who were
Second-dan Postage paid at Titusvllle, Florida % asked "what's the matter should feel that It was a huge
"She's homesick for Titus- success, since they served nearly -
Subscription Rates:
Carrier Hone Delivery 1 Yr. $7.M e Mo. $4.00.3 Mo. $2.25 ville. I never saw anyone miss 800 and had over 600 in the ','40
By Mall In Florida 1 Yr. $6.50 6 Mo. $3 50 S Mo. $2.00 a place so much," he told us. audience at the time Burns .
Outiide Florida1 Yr. $7.M 6 Mo. $4,00 3 Mo. U.30 Discussing politics a bit with spoke. .:
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ar b. N George, he said he was in the .-
midst of a strong Republican Whom can you trust
area of Tennessee.As An Oklahoma Supreme Court
EditorialsSchool .f J"t an example, he related Justice for more than JO years .'**
bow shortly after he arrived. was convicted of cheating the
there, an elderly man came Into government out of $13,000 in income -
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the bank and asked to see taxes.WasD'tyes.

"this Dew young fellow." I 'J
Site StudyThe m I t 'Tin the one you're looking. a terrific one.
for," George replied. I for weather? Out in Blanton ..:, ,

Florida Cabinet took the Initial atep Tues "Well how are your politics?" Park, during the Burns rally, :.
the warm sun snown through
the man asked."I .
day toward the establishment of a third institutionfor was born In Mississippi; the trees and the light, but, ,

delinquent boys 270 of whom are on the waiting and I'm what you might call a, brisk breeze, made it co..dortable : -

list since there is no room for them at the Marianna strong Jeffersonian Democrat," I for a coat Just makes us ;
we're not back In Cleveland '
glad
and Okeechobee training schools. \\ George replied.
church do to?" where the thermometer :
"What
: you go
The Cabinet authorized a site study in central a the man asked. I. dropped to 31 degrees yester ,

Florida, including the Tampa Bay area, where Ar "I'm a Baptist," George re I day. :

thur Dozier, director, says it will best serve the V plied. '
"Well, then, they oughtto The fine old gentlemen, Her ;
state. Counties will be checked to determine which
have drown you when they bert Hoover, Is dead. And apart '
would provide a site for the institution and a recom Baptized you," the old-time Republican of the history of.out\ great :

mendation will be made to the 1965 Legislature.A said and walked out. country has died with him. .

training program for wayward boys, such as We kidded often about "Hoov ... :
er Days"those days of the
Think all jail breakers are
is in these state institutions affords theman
provided hardened criminals depression when grits, fish and :
opportunity to learn a trade and become self-sup The AP reports an eight-year- gopher were' about all there was !

porting citizens. The state receives huge dividendson old boy fell into a deep pool to eat t :

like investments in training our youth to become and suddenly a man appeared But Hoover was a victim of ;
from nowhere and Jumped in to the times. His great worth to
responsible citizens of whom have had
many save the boy's life. his country came throughout his
little home or school training to chart their course The man who Jumped In had life and cannot be measured by .

away from trouble. been serving a four-year sen the brief four years he occupied ;

These boys, most of whom are not really bad, are tence fof theft and was escaping the White House. I
are U 1 /.' 04..a'o daA4 ..IN".dus when he saved the youth.He He is gone but will not be for- :
deserving of the chance to learn discipline and a ) ., U ud u, .. ar"d.u+ a,. was caught and two m o r e I gotten. '
trade. The best place to accomplish this is in our years were added to his time,
slate institutions and facilities must be provided to I but they'll not be imposed, be- Tonight Titusvillt will 'play
cause of the appeal by the host to U.S. Senator George .. >
for them rather than confine them in penal
care
mother of the youth.\ Smathers, who will speak at the w
institutions with hardened criminals while on the Editor To Delivery BoyThe Guess everyone has a real Chamber of Commerce annuajw. ,,

training school waiting list. "human" streak that takes over banquet. V "

It is hoped that all central Florida counties ., regardless of the consequences. Tomorrow Congressman Ed i
Gurney will be here for t h e <
will offer a site for consideration to enable the best ( dally labors of Star and attending all the rest as a the school system. Bob Is probably Politics were in "full bloom"in BroyhiU Building dedication. '.

selection possible to serve the needs of the State Advocate managing editor, Bob representative of the press.In I better known as a sports TitusviUe's pretty Blanton Yesterday, Demo gubernatorial *
and to help our less fortunate youth. ludson, are so vividly explained 1952 Bob was elected to enthusiast and has a record of ;Park yesterday at noon. 1 candidate Haydon Burns was
in the above "Ferd'nand" serve on the city council and rr r Titusville High School football I It was an fashioned fish- honored at a fish fry here. ;
cartoon, a regular feature of later was elected mayor, serving game attendance that is probably fry rally for Demo gubernatorial Titusville is definitely one of .
Inflation Biggest Tax the Star-Advocate, that wo for two years. At that unequalled: he has missed I i candidate Haydon Burns and the cities of Florida, to which {
; magnified the panels to strengthen -line it was real convenient for only one THS football game In it had all the trimmings of a rally politicians are paying more at 0
our point)' .him as the city hall was in the .17 years! And each season, of yesteryear completeGovernor teotlon these days. ,'
The average citizen knows or should know Linotype operator, compos-! lid brick building on main St. !year after year he mans the

what he pays in direct taxes on income and tor, ad man; pressman, Job just one door down from the loudspeaker outfit and announces -

property to communities, counties, states, and the printer, advertising rcpresenta-tar-Advocate. The only problem the ball games. It is just an Proclaims H
federal government. And he knows of certain sales live, reporter, photographer, was when the City Clerk I understood fact that Bob Hudson
editor, paper boy and some- would bring checks for him to I is going to do It and we .
or excise taxes, such as that on gasoline.But unes janitor. 'sign they would have to crawl I don't believe that the school Week Of Nov. 8-13 As'SavingsAndLoanWeek

if anyone thinks these add up to his total These are Just a few of the under the press with him I even bothers to ask him anymore

tax bill, he is sorely mistaken. Everything we need positions that Star-Advocate I In 1950 Bob ran for county I r ; they just assume he is
editor Bob Hudson school board was elected ands I
managing I going to be there.
and buy is loaded with hidden taxes under our inflationary
has filled and does fill in the currently serving his third To us Bob has been a teacher !
method of financing. They are paid by tremendous role he plays In the term and is In his 14th year asa I and a friend; he has encouraged -

suppliers of raw materials, by manufacturers, by production of the award-win member and in his eighth I us and through his confidence Governor Farris Bryant has tribution the savings and loa n :

shippers, by retailers, and by everyone involved in ning publication that reaches year as its chairman. I I has enabled us to exchange proclaimed the week of Nov. 8-13 associations have made to t h e
the door-step of 7,500 North lie Is immediate past president -I machine for of Florida.
a linotype 1964. as SAVINGS AND LOAN economy
the of to the .
long process bringing a product con Brevard readers every Monday, of the Florida Press Association I a typewriter, probably the most WEEK in Florida. This was revealed During the week in which the
sumer. Wednesday and Friday, and ably served as chief exciting thing that has ever today by William D. Hus- savings and loan associationswill r
Just what is the Import of these taxes, you ask? In telling the story of Mr. executive for the association Bob Hudson happened to us. sey, executive vice president of be honored, the United :
The Ciizens Public Expenditure Survey of New ludson Sr last week, we'that represents the majority of I Bob is a friend to almost the Florida Savings and L o a n States Savings and Loan r
pointed out that Bob came to :the in the state. If he has it which representsa :
York examples. Accordingto newspapers he would beat us back to the office everyone. an enemy League. League ''
provides some startling Titusvllle when he was five I Bob is currently serving as a again the next day. Is a very quiet one. He has The League executive said the great majority of the I.
it, a quart of milk carries 87 different hidden 1 member of the State Board of I I We often would ask him how Governor Issued the proclamation nation's 8,000 savings and

taxes, a pound of hamburger 114 different hidden PROFILE BY BILL LYERLY Junior Colleges and Is a mem- he managed to remain healthy I governor's in recognition of the con- loan associations, win be

taxes, a pair of shoes 126 different hidden taxes. her of the Governor's Committee and put in the amount of hourshe The new Star-Advocate building holding their 72nd Annual Convention .
school on Technical and Vocational did. At that time Tues, with 1U new presses and at Miami Beach.
old. lie his on
and began
So it down the endless roster of goods years I
goes, life at the Titusvlllo Elementary Education.lie day or Wednesday nights we equipment Is also the pride and "Good Government" award The Governor noted |.n hIs I
cervices. School (now Bayvlew Is a past president of Tl- went to bed early, but not so joy of Bob. Mr. Hudson Sr. has from the Titusville Jaycees and,. proclamation that the "savings r
This points up a vital but little publicized fact: School) and graduated from Ti tusvllle Rotary Club and a past with Bob. These were the designated this as Bob's enterprise also has been set apart by receiving and Loan Assoclatlona'constitute

Every tax is passed on to the consumer it has to tusvUle High School. vice president of that; served nights when he would addressthe although 'It Is a dream I the "Outstanding Jour an l important segment; ;
be. The individual earner is the one who From THS to the Universityof two years as chairman here chamber, or attend the come true for both of them. nalism" award from the University of our business and financial
wage Florida and after a coupleof did this and did that and the various civic functions he was But Bob has been given the of Florida School of' activities, and throughout,; the-
stands to gain most from a drive for economy that years, to the U. S. Navy and other Ills civic life has been required to attend In his capacity responsibility of overseeing the Journalism. year have been a constant sour.
would really produce results at all levels of gov was discharged after the war active. of reporter or member or construction and the purchase There are many more plaudits -ce for home financing for our .a.
ernment. as a LLWhile When we first joined the Star- speaker. of equipmentBob in store for Bob Hudson before citizens and have encouraged .

Continued deficit spending by government and stationed at Dallas, Advocate staff back in 1952 the Bob has continually strived Is a family man. He and his career of public serviceIs and fostered the principle for :
Texas Bob met and marriedone Staff consisted of Paul Conrathas to Improve his his wife Edna have two child ended. lie Is a fine man thrift and home ownership" i
product and to
inflation of the dollar will only permit government, of her fairest daughters, linotype operator and compositor I make the Star-Advocate more ren, Judy 1) and Martha 17, and a great newspaperman, Governor Bryant called upon '
conceived and designed to serve the people, to be Edna Russ, and they moved to I ourselves as linotype attractive and a newspaper of plus two poodles and a delightful and very little more could be the citizens of Florida to cooperate .
come the master of our children. Eau Gallle while Bob was stationed operator, a bookkeeper and receptionist. I which the residents of North mother.law, Mrs. Edna said for anyone. In observance of this week ,
at Banana River Naval Bob as editor, an advertising Brevard could be proud. Russ, affectionately called It could probably be summedup and to welcome the thousands of
Air Station (Patrick Air Force manager and the lie has been "Ga-Cl" by her grandchildren.But by quoting a very tine North savings and loan delegates from :
Justice For AllThe Base), When Bob was discharged -'chief, Mr Hudson Howard activities to diligent in his first and foremost Bobis Brevard lady who said: across the nation who will be In '
they moved back to Titus Benzenhafer was the Job print.er. improve his community a newspaper man; dedicatedand "The only way I can describe Florida during this period
U S. Supreme Court refused Monday to ruleon vllle for awhile and then back associations and has in through his i with all else taking a backseat Bob Hudson Is just to say 'he'sa Mr Hussey said the Florida ,
of white in to Big D", where Bob enrolled The Star-Advocate was printed state circles, I' This Is the way it has nice guy!." Savings and Loan League and Its
a complaint by a group parents brought fame and
publicity to it Bob and Edna celebrate 134 member associations with :
at SMU. After a year of SMU then as a twlce-aweek pubUcatton \ North always been and the way Today
Brooklyn, N Y. who said their children were assigned and the Dallas Morning News, and as anyone who has I. Brevard. I must be. Every newsman'swife their 20th wedding anniversary. over$3 billion in assets are most
to a new Junior high school outside their home the Hudson family, daughters worked the weekly circuit can Besides his fame as a news- Is a newspaper widow. Congratulations to appreciative of the Governor's '

area on the basis of race, reports the Associated Martha and Judy, moved backto tell you, there are long and :paperman and as a member of Bob recenUy received the both. proclamation in their behalf.

Press.In. Titusville and Bob enrolled hard hours that go into such a I 'V .Y. T
publication. We two In the yyy.vy.vv.VNo .j f
the University of Florida wherehe ,,
tribunal the
addressed the
to
high ,
a petition
graduated from the Schoolof back shop would start In about
parents stated they did not object to their children Journalism with a B.S. decree 1 a.m. Monday morning and Year's Wait !

attending school with non-whites, but that they did in 1943. work far Into Tuesday morning

object to the assignment of their children to a schoolin With the degree under his preparing for Tuesday after
task noon's publication. We would ;
arm he plowed into the
a slum to satisfy a "political compromise" brought
which he has made his life's come back Tuesday morning FOR i
about by pressure on the Board of Education, solely vocation; making the Star-Ad alter working until about two QU .
because their children are white. vacate Into one of the outstand or that same morning and work

The above practice, to which the parents stren- ing smalltown newspapers In \until the paper was out that af Rate
the Star- ternoon. Sleep Tuesday night This Higher
ously object, has apparently become the rule rather Advocate Florida. Through has been him awarded Wednesday we would come In : 'i

than the exception in New York state, with the recent plaques certificates and meritorious about a.m. and spend the day

boycotts in New York City over School assignment acclaim as an outstanding cleaning up and preparing for the
Savings left by the 10th of any month earn from i
policies aimed at racial balance and distribu newspaper. Thursday and Friday Thursdaywas husband
1st insured to $10,000 ($30,000 for a
When Bob assumed the a 7 a.m. until 2 or 3 a.m. Savings up 0
posl'l and wife) by FSLIc, a permanent agency of the U. S. .
tion.This lion of editor with his Friday proposition again and ?. \ 0/ .
constitutes discrimination as surely as did IMS the word 'editor" after Friday's edition was out .'" V Government.
the segregation practice which the court outlawed broad term and it and the mailing done we would

and which, through its ruling, now must accept the ed all the chores encompaSS-1 retire and sleep. Saturday was
out other result the first paragraph again a clean up day. Krst- Federal Saving :
responsibility weeding inequities
Jobs not any way With only the two of us back Current Dividend
ing therefrom.A editorship of a newspaper. It there to put out this publica RaU
refusal, with not even the courtesy of comment meant being president of thePTA I lions Bob would come back CompoundedSemiAnnually jid L... Association of TltusvllU

such as was practiced here, would indicate : it meant holding various and work skh-by-slde. Into the
offices In the Jaycees; It wee hours of the morning In Downtown Office Branch Office
that the Supreme Justices have little concern for meant becoming a member of fact many times we would go Open 9 to 3 Dally Ala 4 to 7 Friday Waahtnotoa at Mate 115 N. Cogtdaa

the rights of those other than pressure groups. the every organization In town I i i home wills Bob all at it and




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Broyhill Building Grand Opening Thursday I




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S'r.' A BEAUTIFUL BUILDING


Dignitaries To AppearCeremonies


... ... Th Broyhlll Building U Indud aa
tomorrow will er of the East Central Florida -. M -
mark the opening of Titusville's Regional Planning Council, oat Jo th. Town of Tltu.TllU.
newest office complex and will I e. r..d
whose; new headquarters are In +
be attended by local and state 1 W. proud hart
art to tuppIUd lop
the building, will give the welcoming c \

dlgnitarief Cong Joel T. Broyhill of Virginia address Dunn Searle. J\ .A .., quality paints for this lmpr.Mlr. new
president of the Chamber of
\ will participate in the
Commerce Committee of 100 building.
ceremonies along with his
also a tenant of the building, .r
father and founder of the com
will act as master of ceremon- Wt can h.lp with .
pany, M. T. Broyhill Sr. lea I you your plans too.Why

The building will be dedicatedat -- not gU. ua a call. whtth it
3 p.m. with a Patrick Air The office building is the Initial IIJ t .. .. ftl. .
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Force Base colorguard raisingthe stage of a complete develop:I S .. "" _, b. comm.rclal or residential.
colors, a nag flown over the ment which Is to feature a high-I '

I Capitol in Washington, presented rise apartment, motel marina I'' .
by Congressman Broyhill. and yacht basin. Another oWe! I .: ... I BREVARD PAINT
t Bob Doyle, executive manage building Is also scheduled later. '\ 'f.-' -

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CONGRATULATIONS TO I ;.. ,, : iI <.,;.)"':K X: ..t'''' :. ;ft. .. tl': L." .. ::f' : I 101 S. WASHINGTON W-J3U

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;: SIGNS BY NEW OFFICE BUILDING Th Central Florida Regional Planning ----
Broyhill Building, set for dedication Council The! building in located on
ART SIGN COMPANY ceremonies tomorrow already hosts a South Washington/ Ave. and the Indian

LICENSED NEON CONTRACTORS bevy of tenants, including the! East River. S-A Photo. To Our Invited Guests
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PltiHc Outdoor Adv.rtl.lnt .

DIAL 267.7612 Atlantic Glass To Appear On I W

WHIUm T. Hwnlty ,. 0. lee IS Another To Have Grand Weather Bureau Suggested W. PostponeOur

U. S. 1 ((2 Ml. N..) Mimi, Fltrldt Opening Soon TRW ScheduleCongressman I Dedication Ceremonies One Week.

Saturn Atlantic Glass rn.I hich ,
: furnished the glass: for the new Fd Gurney Is I We Did.

Brojhill Building, will won ,
scheduled to upenk Thursday
Enroute have a grand opening of Us
Congratulations CXI 22. at In the TRW
noon
new quarters on South Hopkins DEDICATION 3:30 P. M. THURSDAY
A\enue. .ood: tiinrtnmrnt: Piogtamand I

The National Aeronautics and Sheriff Leigh Wilmm at OCTOBER 22. SOCIAL HOUR 4 P.M.
The now home of the glass
on the opening of Space Administration barge"Promise" noon on Friday (Xt. 2!.
firm is located just south of
)left the Marshall
Fidelity Storage and Warehouse The nix-aklng engagements
The Beautiful Newi Space Flight Center at Hunts. Co., a couple of bkxki for candidate. elw I gird by EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA REGIONAL i
vile Ala. Monday with the latest
north of their former location the !Spate Technology: Labor
Saturn I flight booster (S.19)) I aloilps 'ICll'ld.I Division KmployecB ; PLANNING COMMISSION
and Instrument unit aboard Its are deMgncd i In ac.
dole to be lanm hed aboard the tnd _
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due to amve at the NASA. quaint contractor employerswith
BROYHILL Kennedy !Space Center, Cape same space flight: Is already, the candidates and Issue BROYHILL DEVELOPMENT
at the launch area Both preprovldt'd CORP.
Kennedy, Fla., Oct. 30 The in the coming clot tIon and Is
the NASA Manned
booster Is the last SI stage!: assembled by whrdiiled riming! the lunch
Center, llmistun.
BUILDINGBREVARD at the Marshall Center Tex Spacecraft period I

The ehtcle'g second stage;
the Sly, built by Douglas Aircraft The tugboat: ,pushing 'h e
1 Co. at Santa Monica, Promise: still 1 be relieved at NPW the

; Calif I I ., will be transported I Orleans by an oceangoing tug (
for the remainder of the trip )
aboard the modified alnrnlt :
i BLUEPRINT CO. Pregnant Guppy" from the The river tug Mill pick up the Oldier
modified I'aUe-!
newly barge ttali
West Coast to the Cape. It is a4
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I 1427 MtfnolU Avtnu Indian River City. scheduled to arrive.CXt %-4. : mon" at New Orleans and re l
267.501" turn it to Huntsvllle :( 1
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The giant airplane will also I
The 'Talaemnn Is then ached
pick a boilerplate Apollo
up
-- -- --- uled: In depart llunNvllle shut Mien
service module at the Marshall "Some people don't
Nov. 3 for the NASA Mkhnnd
Center Nov. 12 for delivery to they arc having a fond time'
at New Orleans with to the beautiful new
Operations unit I they're doing
he Cape for the next day The
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OUR IIArr'SOFF. milerplateApollo command mo- the Chryslf'r.buUl S110 booster I \6ln they un"t'ord./ ..om"J
I aboard.
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Vera Y. Simmon ,River Aiidolmn Society who their daughter and her family, 1 .
I delighted his audience with a i the C W I'eirvs, of I'arrl Island !- I
BROYHILLDEVELOPMENT Boy Scout Troop 355; held Its I lecture on feeding, spotting and( S t The ferry family ,
regular weekly meeting Tuesday ways to help and protect bird. Its leaving for California in thin W. Art
night, Oct. 11, at the Scout house future where he Is being'
I climaxed with slides of birds near I Proud to Have .
on Indian River directly behind transferred I he U S. Marine.
found In Brevard county by Been Chosen 1" ,
CORPORATIONOn Frontenac Baptist Church It was the (Idrk n first trip t I' .1
Steve Hawkryder conductedhe To Do All 01( ,. I
home Dime hurrkane )Dora) wait )L I i
opening ceremonies and, Mr. and Mrs C W Clark of In Jan and Mrs 'lark said their ThELECTRICAL. ct r
Completion of their beautifulnew I Timothy Tucker in-outmaster, Palm Harbor spent the weekend house was damaged "quite I'' wlr
Introduced the guest speaker. al their home In Jackwm-II bit1. WORKIn '
office building !,William Houston of the. Indian yule where they were met liy I Thli Fine'I I '
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Mr and MM Owe; Howard' N.w BuildingTOUMEY
GLASS and daughter' Palsy, sirnt!) hat

ATLANTIC SERVICE A JOB WELL DONE! I urday visited In their Orlarvdo daughter where, Airman they' ,,I

J-C Barbara Howard

907 Magnolia 267.1441 Our sincerest congratulation to the Broyhill
Mr and Mrs Frank Seawell
Corporation for "Job W.II Don" their
a on
from (:.eorgla are new renMents
beautiful new Building.W of Palm Harbor ELEC. CO.

arc proud of our auoclatlon with the many
Mill'hell and Marlene Sim-t
CONGRATULATIONSTO Broyhill projects) In the pit and look forwardto
and .., Mitchell I Jr. 703
continued with them.e. nviM n. were Rock Pit Road, Titusville
progr H
overnight RuenU at the home ff
hill (IIIrl'f1fal Palm lUrbor 267.1671
,Thursday night
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CORPORATION
Phone 261.6111CONGRATULATIONS I

On Their .. I s
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Fine New Buildingw.

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pt I.t. liutillttion ef ill etrp* and fl*.r (II*.
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Our eongTituUtlons to the BroyhUJ

Development Corporation 011 their
The
Broyhill Building
btatiful B.W bulJdlivj.W .
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FLOORC an pleased! to knee bed a put I ANOTHER STEP FORWARD IN THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF

la Us construction by supplying p.iat
I 1 THE NORTH BREVARD AREA.

May W. S.n. You Too

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ether building luppJl'1 for this new building.
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Pqe 0 Tltusvlll. (Florid' ) St.r.Adv.c.M Wedn..d.y, Octobtr 21, 1H4
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Brevard Medical Auxiliary


I To Host State Convention. Hf:


The Brevard County Medical services to be discussed in the
Auxiliary will host the State work-shop groups this year seethe
Fall Conference and Board International Health Actjyi-
t Meeting October 20-Z1-22 at the ties Program the AmeriaanMedfeal
Ramada Inn at Cocoa Beach Association Sdueajtm
This meeting Is consideredthe and Research Foundation Program
For Miniature First Nighter Performers
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most important one of the and the Mental Health
auxiliary year, when County Officers Program.Eachyear.
and Chairmen from the the International
Oscar Night To Be Gala/ Affair entire state meet to discuss Health Activities Committee
ideas, make plans, and put along with the American Ml--
these plans into action cal Association, guides individual
Foreign exchange student through the audience introducing Merckson, Barbara Ziegler and \1 ',' :rf91 Three of the many auxiliary auxiliaries in collecting, boxing,
Somporn Rodboon will be one the "celebrities" with re Linda Ho111.Rainbow and sending tons of sample
featured "celebrities" for to Annual Projects drugs bandages medical equipment .
of the quests many "performfor Girls taking part in : : '
performing at the Miniature their fans". the program are Linda Havens. LLTTffT1 : : Of Legion Auxiliary and textbooks to establish.
First Nlghters "Oscar Awards" I The vivacious Gene Putnam, Donna McAllister, Sharon Gault, ed agencies which sort and ship
night this Saturday at 8 p.m. In star of the forthcoming musical Patsy Shaw, Denelda Scott, Nova : .,.. Receive Support these supplies to overseas medical
the Whispering Hills School production "My Fair Lady," Ramsey, Myra Sapp Linda Titusvllle Unit 1, American centers located In almost every
Cafetorium. Somporn will dress will sing a election from the Sandusky, Nancy Dickerson and ,; .i Legion Auxiliary, has made country of the free world.
In her native Thailand costumeto show accompanlel by the musical Barbara Zeigler. Tltusville Da N its annual contributions to sev Last year. for example, one
do one of the beautiful dances director, Jake llannemann. Molay Boys participating in the eral Auxiliary sponsored or county in Florida, Lee-Hendry,
of her country. 'The well-known "character ac. program include Danny BIng. : GRELT MRS BURNS-On hand yes- Walker. Shown pinning a corsage on supported programs. sent $40,000 worth of drugs for
Using a theme of "Celebrity tor" Ken Morton will treat the ham, Ron Johnson, Chuck terday to greet Jacksonville Mayor Mrs. Burn's is Mrs. Walker as Mrs. These Include the three chil the relief of hurricane devastod
Night at the Jack and Jill audience to one of his hilarious Mays, Pat Gordon, Kit Oglesby, I Haydon Burns and Mrs. Burns were a Curtis Futch, left, Mrs. Margaret Sar dren's hospitals in Florida, the : Haiti.
Club", Master of Ceremonies comedy routines. Mike Knight, Randy Zeigler, delegation of Titusvllle women, Including tort, center and Mrs. John Moquin, American Legion Children's The table discussion groups
John Hogan will pass! John Hogan will use his beau Lee Futch and Greg Holly, Titusville's first lady, Mrs. Bill right, look on. S-A Photo. Hospital St Petersburg, The will study too, means To increase
tiful voice to sing an introduction Climax of the evening will be American Legion Auxiliary Crippled contributions to the AMA.
Spaghetti SupperIs to the Rainbow Girls of Ti. the presentation of awards to Children's Home in Education and Research Foun
tusville, "A Pretty Girl Is LikeA the top young performers In the : Pensacola, and the Eccleston- dation. This organization was
Big SuccessThe Melody", Later in the show, Titusvllle area by local dignitar 1 Callahan Memorial Hospital >n founded in 1962 to provide financial
this bevy of young lovelies and lea on hand for the occasion. Ti I 1"1\l, Orlando; also the recreationfund assistance to medical
women of the Education their De Molay escorts will forma tusvllle Jaycees have been busy for the three Veterans Hospitals schools and to provide funds to
Department of the Indian River unique "frame of beauty" for this week counting the ballots 5 in the State.Contributions be used for the betterment'!
City Woman's Club wish to ballroom dancers, Pat McClureand and preparing sealed envelopes '\1', were sent to the public health through scientific.
thank the community for the ex David Swoyer, of the Earnest with the names of each winner. a \, Education and Scholarship I and medical research.
cellent attendance at the Spaghetti School of Dance. .President Paul Salisbury will w Fund, The National Child I The medical auxiliaries seek
Supper last Saturday eve Two former "beauty queens"will present an envelope "Hollywood a + Welfare Foundation, Crusadefor funds, too, for the Loan Guarantee
ning. be included In the evenings style", to each person handingout I Freedom CARE and to the Program, providing financial
The take at the supper was entertainment; Miss Rosalynn an award. I a __ Four Chaplains' Chapel In Penn support for medical students, interns
well over $250, which will go Cantrell, first runner-up in the Floral decorations for the '!c. sylvania. and residents !at any period
toward buying books for the Coquina Miss Pride Contest and holderof : caslon will be by Helen Community contributions will during their training.
Elementary School Libra. many beauty titles will sing Feagan, Flowers of Distinction be made later, as will the pop The Mental Health Programwill
ry, These new books will be ordered : and play a musical selection with make-up for the entertainers py order. Hospitalized veteransare also be considered and exist.
as soon as possible.. while a much younger former by Thelma Goland of Merle paid for making the little ing facilities will be studied.
The attendance at this "Little Miss Brevard", E I a n e Norman Cosmetics. crepe-paper poppies which are Many members already are
was so good that a rush supper trip Carlson, will perform one of her Although there is no admission distributed Just prior to Memorial woo king with cliu'cs, hospital an
Was made to buy more spa. popular pantomime routines. I charge for the gala event, Day.Mrs mental health societies and others -
An of talented attendance will be L. S. Webster will be encouraged to do to.
ghetti. The ladles served a delicious array young by reservation Le Rehabili.atlon -
tossed salad and rolls I I people in the area will offer a only, since there Is a limit. I : chairman Is now busy Individual auxiliaries send
with coffee to complete the din. variety of entertainment along ed seating capacity. Reservations { collecting the gifts to be sent to Christmas guts or money to
ner. the musical-comedy lines. These i must be in by noon Sat the three Veteran Hospitals! In mental patients each year and
An added attraction was the performers Include Clalrette I urday and may be made by Florida. They must be sent by at other times perform needed
Combo Band that played Murray, Ellen English, Keith I phoning Mrs. Goldie Dean, Nov. 10 so the annual gift set trices.
the These five during Smith, Sherry Solomon, Joe chairman, at 267-2639 shops may be set up for the This Fall Board meeting promises
evening. young.
to be most imnnna'ive and
tters, Four Hits and a Miss, dida veterans to choose gifts to be wor'hwhile and should result in
bang-up job of entertainingand Mrs. N. W. Bryan "Opens"Mountain sent to their families without
made a hit with everyone I cost to them. Mrs. Webster will each Increased service efforts for. '
A Big "Thank-you" goes to also attend to the making and community

Ann Finn; John Mattrazzo and Retreat In N. C. y tytaa.r'a 4 ,,+ ''" i not 55'5L ,: : .H: { sending of the comfort articles
Dan Kieffer for their help. These I II to the V.A. hospitals within the
fine people gave their time and Mrs. N. W. Bryan of Titus- next few months. .
HOMECOMING REPRESENTA- Standing left to the
right are represen- The Titusvllle Unit meets
talents towards making the delicious on
food (spaghetti and meat yule held open house this week. TIVES--The Homecoming King and tatives from the sophomore and Junior the second and fourth Mondaysat -
kauce) and then helped in the treat"end at in her the beautiful Blue Ridge new Moun"re Queen of T.H.S. will be chosen from class. They are Eddie Ford, Linda McClure 8 p.m. at the Legion Club. I I
Serving. John Mattrazzo, although !. tains near Waynesvllle, N.C. the senior class candidates shown Gary Hart and Pat Matheney. Eligible women are invited to
a carpenter by trade, above. Seated from left to right are The crowning will take place Friday attend the meetings.
lakes his hobby cooking Ital. According to her daughters, Donna Parker, Tommy Edwards night at Draa Field during halftime
'ian foods, and makes a spaghetti t tr Mrs. Barbara Henderson and Deanna Hungerford, David Ward ceremonies. S-A Photo. THIS IS YOUR INVITATION TO
sauce out of this world. Mrs. Connie Winstead, who attended Tricia Taylor and Charlie Huggins.
All the ladles who served the the ''opening, complete REVIVAL SERVICES
' dinner especially enjoyed the with an orchestra, the gala Last Call Sounds Garden Circle Will
Lasagna he made. event was attended by many of at the
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Ann Finn, although not Mrs. Bryan's relatives and For Square DancersThe Work On Project
a member of the club, gave her, friends both here and other LaGrange
time and experience and she places In Florida and her hostsof last chance to take advantage Construction of miniature haystacks v
was the mainstay of the friends In Waynesvllle. of the square dance I will highlight the Tues ChurchCome
en.. Penny Kleffer, who kltch.j The large spacious home, builtIn sons being offered by the les.1 day evening meeting of the Baptist
fchairman of the supper, was a hexogonal design, Is situated Ways club is this Friday Whispering Oaks Garden Circleto
home in bed with pneumonia and i on a large and beautiful ning, Oct. 23: be held at the home of Mrs. and hear our new Pastor
so Dan, her husband, took mountain. The home was especially Lesson!! are being offered for R. S. Batchelder, 1126 Lane Id BRO. BILL PARROTTFrmr
her place and pitched in to help accentuated this time of
I 13 consecutive Ave., according to publicity "The modern girl wears
Friday .
eveningsfrom Brazil
Mlttloniry t
out the Woman's Club. Dan .
was the with the varlgated colors
year chairman Mrs. Bink Grlffis. her
I 7:30 to 9.00: at the Jaycee lUst a* many clothes a* SIRVICIS IACH EVENING AT 7:10 p, M.
the virtual roustabout in the of the changing leave of building on Singleton' Avenue. grandmother did-but not all W. Art l.cittd North of Tltutvillo on the
kitchen. lie was here, there and Autumn. The small haystacks, upon Old Dlxlo Highway
everywhere, helping wherever Those from Titusvllle attending They are under/ the Instructionof completion, will be filled with nt once.
help was necessary and doing a Mrs, Bryan included, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chuck Durant, professional candy and presented to the children
wonderful job all the way. I Henderson, Mr. and Mrs Ray caller front Ormond Beach. at Jess Parrish Memorial
Those helping at the supper Five Generations Winstead, Mr and Mrs. J. J. Regular club dancing will be Hospital.Mrs. .
were; Mrs. W A, Johnson, Mrs. Attend ReunionAn Parrlsh Jr., and Mr and Mrs. gin at 8.Additional. William Gardner and b At Wattwood'iSizes
Charles Hecklemoser, Mrs. R. C. Brady Mrs. John in
Knlsley are charge
Information be
Tom Alman, Mrs. Thelma Ro may
well, Mrs. Randy Nunnally unusual family reunion, attended TO MIlT TONIGHTThe obtained by calling Mrs. Rue- of the program. . . .e. : '.
Mrs. James Plumb, Mrs. Ken. i ben hansom, M7-J151, or M r I. II Co-hostesses are Mrs. Maury '
five venerations of the
neth Klndsvater and Mrs. Ralph by Hill 'n Dale Garden Circle John Draper 267-3017! : Brimer and Mrs. Carl Schultz.
Jones. family, was held at the homeof of the Titusvllle Garden Club fall
About 550 people (including Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rich. will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. WHITAKERS RETURN af1tFerqui t r
children) were served last Saturday ards, 2493 Old Dixie Highway, at the home of Mrs. Darwin
night and everyone enJoy. over the past weekend. Brown, 10 Fern Ave. Mr. and Mrs. HenryMiltaker enrich .
ed themselves. The Education I Representing five generationsin The subject of the program returned Sunday night from a i I..e.
Department of the Woman's the family were Mrs. Margaret Is Nature's Art Gallery. Members four months' stav at their summer your
Club feels that it has finished Samuelson of Cincinnati, are asked to notify Mrs. home at Mountain City, watoh \ new
a most successful project and Ohio, who will be 80 years old Brown if they intend to bring da.Faster. with anJay
their contrlbullon will help ben. I on Friday, Mrs. Emerald Ma. guests. _. \
lone of Mrs.I Samuel. -- -- -- - ----
efit all the children of Coquina daughter
School with many new library son, also of Cincinnati; Mrs < IlllJ drP$8LI1lJEI
books. Gene Richards, of Tltusville, < I11f1 0WATCHBAND
granddaughter of Mrs. Samuel. .
son; Mn. Nancy Riley of Miami '
RUMMAGE SALE great granddaughter of ee, than most! / Sizes 5.15
Mrs. Samuelson; and John RI. Good from lii
Tltutvlltt Chamber ley of Miami, three years old, eva'tgNinf 8.18 '
of C.mm rc* the great great grandson of Mrs. coasffocoastGRANTS l H

Oct. 23 A 24, t ..m..$ ,.m, Samuelson. 121/2-221/2 tit4i t

Printing Needs! .,,.'". wd'\"Itfe-MA I."w. '
Sponsored by I See The ., ,Ia,,,.,",
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4: NEW 30-DAY I and DyedToMatchGO

TOGETHERS

ic CHARGE ACCOUNT By Bobby Brooks,

/lets you charge without waiting for hot NMw CaUllna and Wolfson

authorization wMott I LINGERIE by Artemis, Belinda, Blue Swan, Form 1 1i
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gives you option terms for budgeting w,.,wMott uw? I Fit, Hollywood Vassarette and Gossard

your monthly payments Hose Jewelry Handbags to Complete Your Fall EnsembteTHERE'S
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Your "Percontl Charge Card" kkntllta you. NO END TO THE: WARDROBE MAGIC AT
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The Option Terms let you decide the method of .
payment for the month. Easy fust? You bet! Waf/wool( 2JreJJ
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STATE REPRESENTATIVE or use Grants Credit Coupon Accountor Coniclence"IndUn RlvtrPUu I

Group One Democrat -j( Special Account for Larger Purchases ". the mOlt for your style dollar always!
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Wed Fri. Phone 267-3994 uaroara .

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r i I' and Mrs George M One of the most memorable MM). Mrs Wright\ is Gail's sis! round town, Km Morton and
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Ik d of lirannis Ave Titus I parts of a linte girt a childhood t tee.The I Ken Moran We have been workIng -
?
-- vile. announce the engagementand Is rummaging through mother vacationers plan a visit with both Kena' recentlyon
approaching marriage of s closet lota long dress to through the Cape and a tour of two different. projects and bya
Legion Auxiliary wear; looking for Jiwt the Florid Wonderland
their daughter. Karon Sue toM right during their slip of the fingers put the
Unit Chairmen J. Anderson, son of Robert high heel shoe. purse and weeks stay In Titusvtlk. Mrs wrong Ken' In My Fair Lady

Named For Year Frank Anderson, Sr., Plant gloves: findfog the l.rg.*t hut I Hammond is enjoying the vWt Ken Morton will play the part
City, Fla on the abet and merging from with grandchildren, Billy, Ron of Jamie In the mtwicsl production

Mrs. Arthur Gaudet, president The ceremony will be performed mie"the bedroom. 'jut like mom nit and Linda and, an usual, will be

of Titusville Unit No. 1, American Friday, Oct, 23, at 8:30 p. I terrific
Legion Auxiliary has appointed m. at the First Baptist Churchof A charming group of "1 little i I The two project which
the following unit chair Titusville, A truly fine film, \\'OI'bllop canned' the mix up are the Miniature
mommies did that I
just a e t !
men for the year 1964-65 AU friends of the couple are For I'eace will be shown tomorrow First Nlghters! Awards
Sunday afternoon and went
Americanism is again headed Invited to attend\ the ceremonyand on their way to a "dl'HS'up merrily I evening at 8 p.m. In ;he night thin Saturday. whkh will.
Hills School Cafe- feature Ken Morton In a comedy
Mrs. W. H. Barnard Child Whimpering
by ; the reception to follow at like mother" party at the .
.
torluni under the sponsorship of routine aunt the annual Carnival
Welfare, Mrs L. S. Webster; i the church. Peter Gaenlike residence on.
Civil Defense and National Se- : the North Brevard League of ) of st, Term's Catholic
Thornton Avenue, in honor of
Women Voters and the American Church: Ken Moran Is a
curity, Mrs. A. H. Powell; Com I
little Sandra sixth
Golden Years Club birthday Association! of UniversityWomen member of the executive board
munity Service, Mrs. A. J. Davis ,
As each arrhed she
; Constitution and By Laws, Resumes MeetingsThe a guest 'Mrs." wangiven This half hour film I I and Is handling all the advertising
grownup name Is a guided tour of the United and publicity for the event
Mrs Mae Haynes, who has served
and ushered Into the recreation
In this capacity for Golden Wars Club of Titusville for Nations and Is a Rootl/ thing coming up on Nov. }, 6,7 and 8.
room an awortmmit>>
several years Mrs. Haynes Is #1> sponsored by the Wornans of game selected for the for the whole family to see".

also again chairman of Leglsla Club met Oct 16 for the 'joung at heart", The room : There Is no admission chargeto Two major changes have

live Activities.Mrs. first time after a summer re- ,was tastefully decorated in pink see the film and Mrs W11 i I. taken place In preparations for
? ce& The club Mill meet on the affair I Ham Crow, president of L W V the Miniature First Mghters Mg
J 3 Condes was reappointed first and third Thur\da of each I and Mrs. Tom Jetton A A.U.U Oscar Awards Night next Sat-

as Education and Scholarship i month, at 9 am at the Woman The busy: little mothers go president! have extended an invitation urday. First. the location has
; Girls State, and Foreign 'i Club Building oa Hopkins JOllied about the social activities to the public to attend !born changed from the Jaycee
Relations chairman. She is also
Avenue of their set over refreshments the showing with a special added the
Building to Whispering( Hills
membership chairman by virtueof of cake (In the shape of mommles .
note that 'children are wcl School
Mrs. Lawrence" Lucas craft Cafetortum so tho
,
her office first -
as vicepresident
hat), kc cream, milk
come". Our special note Is itw
of the unit consultant for the Girls Scouts, youngsters performing In the
and an assortment! of randy and III be worth a half hour of your
led an Interesting discussion on program would have a piano to
Mrs. Gail Holland, former GLAD YOU LIKA DA.SPAGHETTI- weary workers are, left to right: John making decorative: and function. nuts In delightful compact time to bee the film. UNC

Junior unit member will sup Highly pleased with the turnout and Mattrazzo, Dan Kieffer, Ann Finn, al craft articles! of yarn, wood, nut cups Fach: guest, She. The second change, decided
ervise activities. from the Barbara Nunnally, Marilyn Kind rle Parker, Melissa Matt(:son,
Mr. Spaghetti
Supper
Junior proceeds bars of soap, plastic bleach hot upon by members of the adult
Wilma Sisson was re-appointed sponsored by the IRC Woman's Club seater, Ruth Alman, Shirley Plumb, ties and cuddly toy animals of Lba Johnson, Marie Walker Good news for all senior high!: board, was, slme the scat-
music chairman; and Mrs. Gau Saturday night, the 'staff posed for Gloria Jones and Thelma Rowell, cash wash cloths. Many of these Kitty Burke, Trrri Larks awl school l gills! Orgunliatlonal Ing capacity is limited and

det will again head the Poppy the S-A photographer at the conclu- ier and ticket collector. articles will be made by member Leslie MUall, received favors 'plans are well underway for a many of tho trophies were
.
of : and watchesAs
committee. Mrs. Barnard is sion of the supper. The happy but of the club and offered for toy rings senior GUI !Scout Troop in into donated by an idult member

again the press chairman and sale at the nu1. hr.\1 Batw the very dtllKhlful after I area with Mtst Mary Ann Wahl (hire win bo no admission

will also handle radio-TV: Mrs. ____ __ ___ ....u. ___ .. "'.... .._ ........ __ v sponsored by the Vioman' Club! noun drew to a close, each "lit\. as Senior Advisor Mary Ann charge".
Clarence Amos, whose press ; Dec. 7, \Ida mother" thanked Sandra and has scheduled the first meeting However since there Is "lim

book won first prize In its classat -: her lovely Mother Hair: for for this Saturday afternoon at Sp lied seatln". all nominees,
the state convention, was renamed Refreshment were served a womlertul time and returned ,m. In the Woman Club bul'j-' their parents and all those plan
chairman.Mrs. from a table decorated In t h eHalloween home to once again !become'sweet ing on Hopkins Avenue amiss ning to attend with tho exception -
theme, with a center little daughters"This from the A & P The Woman of "invited guests" are
Theda Ragin, as Immediate -
I piece of yellow croton leaves
I Club of Tltunvlllc, Inc Is spon-( urg vi to phone now for rellC'ovatkllUl
past president, is past and fruit Welcome posters Mere Is honu"l'omlllgIt''k' at nor of the troop thin year at 2b72839!\ or 2(17JOH(
president parley chairman, and "" on the card tables, with Welcome Titusville High and Von Cum Mary Ann tells us the girls Mrs, Caddie Dean, reservations I
Mrs.
L. S. Webster is chairmanof 1M4 and Itches on mlngt, lovely daughter of !Mrs
will have an opportunity| to select chairman, stated this was Im-
the rehabilitation committee the', I' tAT .. broomsticks as decorations Evelyn: Cummings, J18 drannleAvc : a category on which to poitant since "no one will bo
for the to
responsible gifts The meeting to all ., has been as busy as a work an well as plan events of admitted without! reservations".
are
three V.A. for the open
hospitals leaver making plans for tho big I
the for
year the troop All girlsage ---- -----
and DO of
Christmas Gift Shops, and for men women, year
older, There dues dance following the game! I 13, 16. 17 (or In 10th, IUh
the comfort articles sent to theY age or are no
.A. hospitals in Florida. assessments, nor bylaws observed Von Is chairman of the nenlor or 12th grade) are Invited and FLOWERS FRAN
It I Is a aoclal club, for cards class sponsored dance which urged to attend! the meeting If .r

and games and occasionally a will be held In the school cafeterla you would like further Inform "Noticeably Superior"
Medical Auxiliary BJC-Pictured are the 1964-65 Stu- President; Barbara Hepburn, Senior planned program. A craft creative Her entire crew will be 267:601 "......., rurl.l. TL IMI..rr

Meets At RockledgeThe dent Government officers at Brevard Senator; Henry Caldas, President, Dus- program will be avalla busy decorating the room In blue lilt Oird.n It. 17.IDS

Junior College. From left they are ty Payton, Liason Officer; Sharon At ble Many of the articles used and gold Friday afternoon Would like to say "1111 w>rry"

Brevard County Medical Sandy Payne, Sophomore Vice President kins, Treasurer for the crafiwork are things usually and setting up the throne which In the members of Titusville

Auxiliary held its monthly Terry Tomlinson, Sophomore thrown away, will be encircled with gold I Junior Woman Club who bo-

meeting Tuesday, Oct. 13, at the brocade curtains Music for tho came to upwt' over a Mate-
Rockledge Country Club. Mr*. Roy Ramsey president occasion will be by The Coachmen .
In 'round
Conference merit Monday'i
Epsilon| Alpha State
: Sigma of the Woman Club, extends to I
Von tells us there will to column
town" concerning My
At the meeting, held concur ,. all eligible people an Invitationto I Inn 'pe ,
.: rently with the Brevard County the next meeting, Nov. tMr admlxNlim charge but there Fair Lady Seems we should Hdr n
'" Medical Society, the main Slated )ToV: Oct. 23 -,23 At Cocoa Beach will be lots of fun. have mkl, "Ihe show I Is bring rtRe \

t speaker was Mrs Bruce E.I *. Charles Morley, rhalr presented as the main projectof md'tslA

Bushford from the League of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority Bruce" Glass, of Epsilon Theta, tickets; Beta Delta of Eau Gal man of the Community Affairs tho year by Tltuxvllle Junior rr elGgh
Department of the Woman'sClub Current visitors In our fair Woman's dub In conjunctionwith
Women Voters. She spoke on is blasting off the fall season Is the general chairman for the lie Is making the menu covers; R, IA
which ha of Include Mrs Hammond the MINk and Hammer
jurisdiction city Ralph
the important points of voting, with a state ,conference to be conference, Epsilon Delta of Titusville is .
the Golden Yean, and Mr, E mother of Gail <( primaries, state and national held at the on A tour of Ken the favors Chi
Cape Colony ? guided Cape making ; Alpha
A. Smith, committee meinlxr Don) Harris. 1M Wenlwood Dr goof once In awhile girls)
procedures and proposed Cocoa Beach, October 234. nedy for members and husbands of Cocoa is
making name tags .
were hostesses at Friday meetIng and Mr and Mrs. Bruce Wright We would also like to aitoluglttto
amendments to the Florida Constitution i Hostesses for the conference : will start the activities and corsages; Delta Mu of Melbourne .
I and children, all of Hartford, two hardworking gentlemen!
will be the Brevard County Mis I on Saturday. This tour will and Delta Amega of
Plans were discussed at this I site Area.Council. leave the Cape Colony Motel at Cocoa Beach are making the --- -- -------- I

time for the Florida Medical I Members and officers will' 11:00': a.m, Members of this area decorations I
Conference to be held Oct 20,I be coming from the state, district -: are urged to Join In the tour. I: The blastoff theme will be FIRST TRY FREDRICKSYOUR

21 and 22 at Cocoa Beach. and international. Mrs. Husbands will also be Invited I carried through all the actlvlt I

to the banuet. The punch ; les with the colors of the sorority FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE
bowl will start serving at *:30 blue and gold, throughout

r E. S. A. Inducts Pledges] p.m Each, with chapter dinner at In 7 the:30. Missile I I ference All registration must be In for a week the con-In CHECK OUR PRICES! WE ARE OUT TO SAVE YOU MONEY! f

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In Rush Season FinaleThe with the preparations. Epsilon I anxiously awaiting the final
Theta of Indlalantlc is printing 'countdown to launch a sued er WITH THIS COUPON / Lldl.. P.we M..I
the Inside of the menus and ful E.S.A. Blast-Off weekendTflBU .
home of Sunny and Larry hors doeuvres and champagne I Mtn't Blu I a.tl!! ifj1ljllKHAKI CASUAL SLIPPERS $1 66

Hill, was the scene Saturday during the ceremony, after PANTS r( It.., z." IALi.T.Y .
evening of the last and most which the new pledges were .
event of the 'rush season'for welcomed and .t1J
lovely a toast was ALI75C
the Epsilon Delta Chapterof made to their honor with around :' a.e. 3.t1 $ 99 J JI'll ILI"UI ,.,. Ito $
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Epsilon Sigma Alpha Inter of champagne for all "
national Sorority. present. I CuittmorKhaki
r
Three lovely young women I
were accepted as members of Alter the ceremony everyone Work Shirts

ESA as Sunny (Mrs Larry) enjoyed a delicious dinner ser $959 : !

Hill, chapter president, conducted ved in the Lamplighter Room I'll .... see IALI MmMEN'S .Io Iot1T I! JEANIES TWILL tSPKsil'

the beautiful for pledges.candlelight of Howard Johnsons, and then I u : 0'f, ..."#"j ''I'IMEN'S fir
ceremony
The pledges wore corsages of went to Club the Whispering for entertainmentand Hills Country HIM till Only

white carnations trimmed with i SALE
I dancing. : I
gold and carried the colors of a.ubr 2.9' .

ESA, bule and gold, In their BILL FOLDS I I ...... .... .' '
bule candles that were bound I Local Republican [ ,.HP'P_! _: :!!.IIDIlI0.....,... &Ii ,..t_..t.' '..x.. "q I /g..,.":

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The Jewel pin members carried To Attend Teas: let .Z SALE $1 25 Northern SI..p-RIt.
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All local Republican candidates
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Larry Hill kept the husband and Mrs Ruth DSM arum, 21J 5'1 :J;_, "
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TltuMllle (Florid) Star-Advocat. Wednesday October It, 19(4
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and girls Invite many representatives Tela Purser was awarded for were aU-State guards. The
. Indian River City. South Tifusville News of other countries to being the beat marcher and right guard Is a high-school All-
come to a party. These repreeotetivee Sonja BeddingfteM wasshejud American from Altoona, Pa.
r come in their CIJoIIR- to be the beat
Y. W. A. InstallationThe I Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Duncan, try's costume and carry tMIrappropI'UIte of the das bad sewn a banner Last Friday they watchedJoe's
Mary Reeder Young Woman' Mr. and Mrs. Millard Hill, Mrs. Flag. Their songs with "Coqutoa School" on it teem play tine University
of Massachusetts and the
Auxiliary of Central Baptist Katy Ferguson and Mrs Veraatilvens. are the program and everyone and they presented it to Principal West.
Pointers beat them 13 to
Church held its 1964415 InttaUation leaves with more understandingof Luther Rogers, for the S.
Since then beet
they
each other. Colgate 13
school The award for the best
: at 730.: Service Sunday evenIng New Citizen The following cut of charact sewing was presented to PattI record.to 0. That gives them a 3 and 1

The regular order of service Mr. and Mn. Perry H. Cain en stag and carry out the ToucWon.

was followed with Rev. McAl of 425 Key Largo, are the proud theme of the Operetta in an Cowboys songs! sung by the Saturday morning the Cadets
lister preaching the Installation parents of a baby boy, named excellent manner: class ended the Rodeo Pro had their full dress parade.
sermon. "This Is YWA." was Perry Scott Young Perry was England Nancy Back and gram. With the sun shining brightlyand
presented by the Y.W.A. Director I born last Wednesday evening at Finley Boa; Scotland, Diana the beautiful grey, white
Mrs. Lamar Surrency. She J Jess Parrish Memorial Hotfttal Judy and Milton Ohlman; Ire- Mastery of SpaceAn and gold uniforms gleamingand
told about t be youth organization and weighed in at 8-ibg, 1... land Christ Richards and Tom excellent movie called the band playing, the Man
of Mis t Shirley came home last Saturday Crow France, Debbie Clark
and Its main work ; "Mastery of Space" was loaned ces' saw what they will never
:sions. She enlightened the memo much to the delight of the and Diane Baldwin; to Coquina Elementary forget as long as they live, the
bers of the Church, not only Cain's 3-year old daughter. Germany, Ann Graves uid School by N.ASA. Stage III West Point Cadet Parade.
about the work of YW.A/S but Tommy Edens; Italy, Danny Science students saw the actual !, Without a doubt, It was the best!
about the other youth organizations r Visit County Home Terry and Dick Clifford; Spain, training of astronauts and the Mances had ever witnessed
and their responsibilities Mrs. James Hook, Mrs. Glenn Nydla Rodriguez and Tim Webber how they use these simulated anywhere.
of educating these youths In Young and Mrs. Charles lIeckle- ; Holland Vicki Boyd and
.)Itsslons.t moser made a trip to the Detention David Davis; Switzerland Don- practices on actual flights. After the parade Joe re-
) Special music was presented Home this week for the Conservation nle O'Mara and Fred Thompson ceived permission to sit with
Visit West Point
lay Sandy De Loach with Jimmy Department of the I. ; his family and watch the Penn
director at Indian River Woman's Mr: and Mrs. Carl T. Mance State ,Army game. After the
;Thompson, music City Sweden, Lisa Sutton and Keith
Ahe piano. Mrs. Howard Jones, Club. I Green; Norway, Patricia Stuck and Carl Jr. of 203 Harrison game, the whole Mance family,
'Brevard Association W.M.U. They took the material for ey and Kathy Hagood; Russia, I Street, made their second trip father, mother and two sons,
;President, was the Installing officer. i drapes, which will be made by Carol Hughes and Joe Springer; to the United States Military all went out for supper and
Mrs. Madison. The ladies also China, Tony McGlone; Japan, 1 Academy at West Point, N. Y. met quite a few of the cadets
Following the installation of delivered more personal items Patrice Shirer. to visit their son, Joe who Is a and their parents.Joe .
(officers, Mrs. Surrency told a- for the children to use. Six American Entertainerson Plebe Cadet there. Joe is one of
asked about his classmates
tout the Citation, the highest CENTRAL BAPTIST Y. W. A. IN- Program chairman; Miss Penny Focks, this Operetta will be Sharon troduction.The our local boys. and needs no in here and still has a
ward attained by any individual STALLS The Mary Reeder Young Stewardship and Prayer chairman; Teen-Town Club 1 Davis, Robert Edelman, Lynne
member of the Young WOo Woman's Auxiliary of Central Baptist Miss Becky Adams, secretarytreasurer Teen-Town Club met last Sat Boone, Richard Woerner, Dolly Mance family reports a warm heart for Titusville. He
}nen'a Auxiliary.Miss Church installed the above new office ; Miss Donna McAllister, vice- urday night at the Civic Center I Lindsay and Glen Van Bueren. wonderful trip and tells us the says "Hello" to all.
Helen Riddle was the for their usual dance with some Indian Summer season has arrived
ers Sunday evening. Left to and social
right, president chairman; Miss
Y.W.A. member In North North.
jrtrst are: Mrs. Howard Jones, Brevard Associational Helen Riddle, president Mrs. Lamar 244 teenagers present, including I Rodeo up
Brevard ever to receive this W.M.U. Miss director ; 15 football players. The band The Third Year students In Last Thursday, the Mances The Titusville Star-
president; Surrency, and Mrs. Ronnie
Award. Mrs. Ronnie Green which furnished the music was Miss Christine Cambetes' class- watched Joe practice football !
halgh on behalf of the Woman's Margie chairman Spears Miss, Community McAllister Missions Greenhalgh. outgoing W. M. U. president the "Trademarks" from Or. I room at Coquina have been and spent a little time with him Advocate, 1 1st in cir-
Missionary Union, presented ; Carolyn lando. studying cowboys and how they after practice. He had to be in
(Miss Riddle with the Gold Citation Visiting parents were Mrs. live. Written and oral reports his room by 8:00: p.m. culation in North
,Key, worn only by members Newcomers Personals Guetti Return Home Rhody Kahn, Mrs. Lois Ram- have been given. Yam pic Joi is playing left guard on I

honor who and reminded have attained her of this her i New residents at WhisperingPines Mrs. Robert Pryce, of 302 Recent guests at the home of age and Mrs. Leroy Hayes. lures, ranch-life murals, pipe- the ,offensive unit and had to Brevard.
Both of these ladies have volunteered stem horses and beat out three other boys who
responsibility as a Christian example Trailer Court include Mr. Mar John Road, returned Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Norman Moody, many drawings
to her many friends and and Mrs. J. W Wall and daughters after an extended stay with 123 Pineda Drive, were their their time to help have been made.
Classmates. That after. her mother, Mrs. Bertha Rlt- daughter and husband, Mr. and chaperone. Any parents who An excellent film from the
( same Debra and Virginia, who would like to help in this endeavor THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTEFOR
noon, Miss Riddle had been chey, in Portage, Pa. Mrs. Maynard Donn and their Ford Motor Company was loan-
at 10 Patricia Lane and which calls for one Sat
live daughter husband and Mr. ,
son,
ed
initiated into the National lion- to the school and shown
ror Society of Tltusvllle High Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bigger Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Ford visited and Mrs. Albert KuUe and Mike urday night every three months depicting the life of a real cowboy EXPERIENCE

.School staff and daughter, Sandra, of their daughter and family, all from Maryland. may call Mrs. Peggy Tin with its hardships, etc. Asa --,
Following the services, there It Patricia Lane. Clyde, Carol and PatU Cowlin They spent two weeks here dall, 267-2471. culminating activity, the r
was a reception given in honorof Walls and Biggcrstaff are last Sunday. The Fords live in and enjoyed trips to Cypress Chaperones on duty were Mrs. class staged a Rodeo at the
the Y.W.A. members, spon- MIL.A Security Guards and St. Cloud, but had spent the Gardens, Silver Springs Tar- Millie Cochrane, Mr. and Mrs. ballfield for the other classes.
{Cored by the Woman's Missionary both are former police officers summer months in New York pon Springs and Sanlbel Island, Bob Comparato, Mrs. Jack Bra- Many parents attended and
: Union with the Betty Mills from Richmond, Ky. Mrs. Walls State, from which they had Just where they found some very unsteln and Mrs. Peggy Ttndall. Miss Dean's class furnished the ELECT
:Society (Mrs. Betty Christian Is from England' and has been returned to their winter homein lovely shells on the beach. On band for the opening parade.
serving as chairman) as host 1 in the United States 8 years. Florida. arrival In Maryland, they wroteto United Nations Operetta Several contests were held. C
SaL The Y.W.A. colors, green Mrs. Biggerstaff was a former the Moodys that is was very Stage III students of Coquina The first was a buckingbroncobroad J1fr
and white, were carried out inthe elementary school teacher In Clarence Stark, 355 Orlando cold up there and they missed School have been using every Jump and the prize was A MAN
decorating theme. Ohio.'BUY. Road, Is convalescing at his the warm sunshine and fair extra minute to practice on a won by Ricky Drawdy. The
home after recent surgery. weather of Florida. United Nations Operetta to pre- best at the horseshoe toss was P OF
sent to the other students on KIrby Lanoue. The most exciting
Robert T. Robinson of 357 Or- Second Milan Clan United Nations Day, Friday, event was the Steerhorn .
lando Road, arrived home last The Second Milers Sunday Oct. 24. (Bat) wrestle, when Kim, Fort- i PROVENABILITY
Monday from Jess Parrish School Class of the Indian River A group of American boys ier was winner, '
Memorial Hospital where he
City Methodist Church helda
had been a patient
-- social hour in the FellowshipHall II .
of the Church last
Trip T* P.A.F.B. Friday
Sixth Year science studentsof night. CASHONE
Mrs. Virginia Burgess' classat Class president, Bob Webber,
Coquina Elementary School, opened the session with a wordof
\ culminated their unit study on prayer, followed by a short
'weather' by taking a field tripto business session.
the Patrick Air Force Base. Games were played and hum DAY SERVICE
orous Halloween prizes were Ed KittlesCHOICE
One part of the visit includedthe
Control Tower with its Instrument awarded to the following: Mrs.
Enoch Duncan, Miss Ellen $50.00 to 2600.00
Console and and
maps
: ; Cake charts. The other part of the 1 Douglas, Millard Hill and Mrs. Make Th. Arrangements By Phone CANDIDATE FOR

.a ,bell n. trip was made a mile down the Betty Webber.

,wOA..niPMtaA t Qua t tt45 h DUS/ runway Station.to the Weather Mrs. Observation Muriel- served Delicious by the refreshments hostesses, were Mrs. 2674331Southern Co. CommissionerDISTRICT

Katy Ferguson and Mrs. Verna
Chreist, Curriculum CoOrdinator -
accompanied the group and Givens, to: Mr. and Mrs. Zack 1 DEM.
Crumpton, Mr and Mrs. Bob
their teacher. Webber, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Loan Company YOUR VOTE AND INFLUENCE APPRECIATED

FROM YOUR CIVITAN CLUB Baptism Seymore, Mr and Mrs. Sam Pd. t-.L Ad By Ed Kit".. C...p.ll. Ir....r..
I Douglas and 346 S. WASHINGTON AVE. TITUSVilLE
Ellen
daughter, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Duncan
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the
Proceeds help support Handicapped '
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Children of North Brtvird County. presented their children for 1
Christian Baptism during the
PHONE YOUR ORDER TODAY Sunday worship service at the

26M88J Church Indian Administering River City the Methodist sacra NEW FOR TITUSVILLE!

ment of Holy Baptism, was the
pastor, Rev. Robert Waddell to :
267-6288 Shirley Ann and Linda Sue Dun

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LEGISLATOR FAMILYMAN : D'Artonval 1,000 ohm per
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iC lent plastic cue with range selectorKeep
I IiC jack and ohms-sd UJt wheel knob
wIc 1 CITY. ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... STATE ..... ... .. .... Size: 2 1/8" JV' X 1 1/8" .
k ,. Weight ONLY S ounces. Complete
'.M?' 'tiC Informed on the latest electronic equipment and supplies at the with battery (1 Type "'AAtelt
lowest price In he Industry leads, and Instruction*.

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iC- Fellow Cltlitnu ** I AMD ]I ELECTRONIC SUPERMARKETCANAVERAL

iC Your local government should b* controlled by your local a official W* will I

iC provide that your county commlittonor are oloctod their dlitrlct rather than countywide

iC and then turn ever to thorn ordinance making; power I ELECTRONICS CO. DIVISION

ic. Jim ;JJ"'JJ/" : 2504 Hopkins Avenue TITUSVILLE Phone 267-5215

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I Jaycees To Sponsor Instant For Anici lea's Families! Join Them During This

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Bike Safety ContestAs MILK Dry


part of the year-round safe reeling some of the programs
ty program; conducted by the TVtusvffle be added. lOk01' 5125
Jaycees, a bike SafT. Sgt Charles Garland of the
Rodeo" event will be held police department, has advised
next Saturday at Parkway Junior Blomquist that several of his MILLIONS ARiiSAVINGDURIN& 1 P GREAT 105 I BIRTHDAY EVENT! 4
High School. patrolmen as wen as auxiliary
The bicycle rodeo will be held members will assist in any way

from I ant to 12 noon and only. possible Cut From Corn-Fed Porkers! "Super-Right" Western PORK
grades one through nine are asked I Principal Ralph Robertson of
to participate. There will be I Parkway Junior High School is
.three classes, broken down as I giving complete use of the
follows: grades 13,1-0 and 7-'. school's driving educational
The purpose of these classifications range LOINS WHOLE OR 59c
is to Insure equal sports: The Jaycees have announcedthat EITHER HALF
competition. any local merchants who
Walter Blomquist, chairman of would like to contribute to this
I
the rodeo, said there will be 15 special bike safety program are : lIli;
various bicycle skill tests, races cordially Invited to do so. Cut From Corn-Fed Porkers! "Super-Right" Western Pork SPARE
and other sports events. "The prime purpose of this SERVING a
"We're hoping to have several event Is to make youngsters ride
new bikes as prizes," Blomquist safely, to obey all traffic regula AMERICA
said, but added that certificates ions and to achieve the highest Fort SMALL. LEAN
safety decals for bike sand efficiency to safe-guard them WA1 1 5YEARS RI BS and MEATY 4 5c
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membership cards will be against fatal accidents, Blom. 1:3.
I Issued for those who participate. qulst said. "Also we hope to es
"The Jaycees are pleased to tablish confidence in the rider 1aS9 t9S1
have the full cooperation of the ability with his bike so that he
Police Department, principals of may never become'stage fright.

the schools," the chairman and faculty stated.members "Al. ened'himself and and become others,"a the danger chairman to : Ui IIIIII:' i *

so scouts will participate in U- I added.local r:5: 11.ppe..oal'hRt" WK"tom All Good Super Cured Sliced'I "Super Rhht" flleed Western 8./
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Takers Agriculture Are Sought Census I MarineRecommended WHli IMi r..p.. cud e.roh..f ai! Ba con

'I I Our own % lb. ,k,. ;;' CHOPS
Enumerators for the 1964 Census i Loose Tea 3Sci
of will be i
Agriculture recruited -
In Brevard county start- C-p... g.J.tx.d j,:;fau t au. ort. u ci, (! t <) LB 7ftc c ,

the ing today Atlanta, it was regional announced office of at For AF Medal M.bill.iI tI2! .;4Z; ;16s-. J i Lol"or59C. ... CTN.
the U.S. Bureau of the Census. ------- ---- rs
Persons interested in earning I Marine Corporal John S. c.ntr ;:II". / "
extra income by means of this I Swelter, son of Mrs. John C. Cut 69": t'//
I ri.IIn.:1': I ll
temporary employment with the !Sweitzer of Route 2 Tltusville
Census Bureau should to has been recommended for tile :
apply
the following crew leaders: Edward I Armed Forces Expeditionary II' [ Cap'n Johns Quick Proton Morton's Quick Froion Macaroni A Cheese Cap'n John Quick Proton Iroadod UM.....
I. Sconn 939 N. Dean Rd., 1 Medal for participation in tile ....p.. cud knrrkii.* .t : ,
'Orlando 277-SIM or Mrs. Betty :I support. of the Republic of VietNam '. CMrry Star Light Moat 13.Of. con 1 HADDOCK FILLETS Pk;: 49c CASSEROLE 2 ,?.. 69c OCEAN PERCH 'k; 99c
W Pierce 535 SW, 7th Lane, :
Vero Beach,5825343.QuaUflcatlons 1 He is a member of the helicopter Chunk Tuna 49c
attached to tile JVX. iiMi- i! PlumroM (Imported Danlth" Conned) Cook-Qulck. Quick Proven Beef Quick Proton HotdlouI
J for appointment squadron C'.p... a..d Ihr.,11 .... Ort. II I

ias*,following an enumerator: U.S. citizenship include,the age ,:United Element States at DaNang Marine, Viet Corps Nam.Ta ,_..__.___u__.__.__'____.--...._.I CANADIAN BACON V.n 1" CUBED STEAKS 1 k,M9c SHRIMP u. 79c
,of at least 18 years, high school
education or it's equivalent, A Wend.rful World of ; \
,availability of car for use In At 1F5 1 PLAID JANE PARKER-FUDGE OR MOLLASSES
Food Awtllt You
:enumeration, good physical con STAMPS
I dltion for driving, walking and The FLOTILLAINN gl SV 00
:standing, financial support I | Wllk /al.-- aid pence- .! [ COOKIES 3 !.LB.C.OZ.
"through period of employment, Whlte Rain 15 ar. anj I I
(wages are paid at the conclusion At South Lake I Hair Spray 1.49 If I
of the enumeration), and the .
'ability to write clearly and EVERY NIGHT II I Cnp... ..1 tk thr IH4-44.ih .... Oct. U 2! ;I 1 JANE PARKER
and to written
'neatly pass a examination I
..:Ht1CBtUIIIS. :":-. +
Enumerators are to be paid on SMORCASTYLEDINNER Special Jane-ParkorPINEAPPLE -:::
:a piece-work basis for collecting ; {
:completed census questionnaire PIE I m.Sh 39c Potato ChipsPUMPKIN BOX j"CN.w.
.that have been mailed out in
advance to farm and ranch op- Ivory Day Low Price I Jano ,.,k.,
:Orators in the district for which ll .
the enumerator is responsible. PIE lac-Os 49c
| | SUNNYFIELD
..Daily pay is expected to range $1.35$1.95NOTHING $ Special:
will also Special* All varltlat Ann Page
.'from $10 fit They receive
8 cents a mile for a car 4 .. 99c PLAIN OR
LIKI IT IN CAKE MIXES
allowance.The period of employ TITUSVILLII. p ks. FLOUR 5 ,',,. 39c I
ment for enumerators will
Ann Page Sptghottl bnti
'f.cI.1: or SELFRISINGSpecial
last about three weeks.
Daily 4:30 to 9.30
Each enumerator will be trained I MACARONI 2C37cLaro
by a census crew leader. The Sunday 1 pjn. 8:30
training consists of a 4-day Lynn VanillaWAFERS : JANE PARKER GOLD 0 R MARBLE
home study course followed bya Clof-od Monday I
written examination. I 'V.a 29c

....!. ; save at A A "D".KI"I POUND CAKE ::-LB.n7 49C
:
TOOTHPASTE 5,1Z: : 99c LOAF


ii fi.ftp .: :
.gij ; GOLDEN RIPE FIRM RED RIPE ALL PURPOSE (II Ib. bag lie) SWEET TOKAYGRAPES


BANANAS31bs.29c Tomatoeslb.

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21135.25 C

it x lb. ii: Bag I I


II : J Ann Page Puro Strawberry Ann '.go. With Tomato Sauco Sultan Brand "Alborta" I

PRESERVES 2i:; 69c PORK & BEANS 'c 29c PEACHES ""ST 29c sa11 only r 41fstnfp:

{; Iia. .&et Fine CUts fatter
Ann Page Roally Pino Sunnybrook: Froth Grade "A" Largo Northom ti (MAT; anuant a last n. edvwv, e[.
ir L0I I It

MAYONNAISE ", 49c EGGS *.. 49c TISSUE 4S35t.: ::

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Ann Pap Tomato trlght Salt Laundry Nutloy Brand oleo I

,..,.. ...".. KETCHUP 21u../::- 45c BLEACH Cat.J., 39c MARGARINE 2 Pkg.1 lb 29c Prlc. la TbU Ad Good Thru Sunday October 33Gross I

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!!!I'r'!![ i GI.1'tb.. t-ot. can Aunt Nolllo'i PkkM 1 Ib. Jar McCorMick IOs.1W..1 I Dot Math Pin.appi.Grep V.,. thortonlng I Ib ton Ootorgont
I I I ,[ frvit 1 -,. H U. can 1 I I II Trend
:!1i!;!!::): '.... Peas w/Onions 29c Sliced Beets 2Sc ,Vanilla Extract 49c I Juice 35c I Crisco 79c ] for

.: ri !it.. Ehkk1 "I Jiffy Of. pkg 'I Caul 93' pbg'j I Gorbor Strained. 4 !I.'' Seodwkh. S"o pkg..4 SIBaggies II...,, Packets .largo phg Irge pkg. 39c

.'. :;:. ..ti!(: : ::.. Pop Corn 29c Post Tens 47cB. Baby Food 65c 29c I Action 79c giant pkg. 49c

: i>:;:::;:'' looch lot oochtwt Strained. Nino Ll.o. Kitty: Ivroort ._ .... 4V
qt. 4 |an MIX- 44 ot. c 2 for loyaUl e. pkgt. liquid D.terg.nlTrend
: : = t1; Clorox 23c Baby Food 65c I Cat Food 1 '''*29c can I Fruit Punch 69c, Puddings 23c

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kE1t.ufr Detor,_ King Slio I Dog Foo4 S Ib. Cloantofw ]144 .4.. livid Clo....., I pt. II of. bed : Laundry .......--Clant. MM 12 o2:. Bottle 29c
"; :: e'l I I
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f $ Qwer.+ + .. );....'< ::/I' Fab 1.29 I Gravy Train A-Jax 33C'I AJax 69c A.1ax 79c 22 oz. Bottle 49c

.:!::(?::::noon hew,.... tM All.PU PO Croon GI...._ Ib con I Chlckon tho too-4H .../o*|( N.WMO 1 Ib. Sort tea Proton I. Star-Klot LlfM. r oc. con lit. M'
,...... :
MEN'S LOTION -: : ;:: r I I
: Mexicorn 23c I Light Tuna 3Sc+| Prem. Saltines 29c Pound Cake 79c Meat Tuna 49c Klein Kitty 39c

:....t\t... ....::... :.sz.oosflo'" : ... .a......: .oj..,..:.;>>;;;u. F8
.:i :::::'..:.: -'.';:: :;;';:;::?': ;'.T. Lipton Onion Pkg. Wlthbon ItalianS of. bottWt Morton Froion-ll of. ,.,. Troo Top Proton-4 of. can Parkay 1 ....

INDIAN RIVER REXAll DRUGS Soup Mix 37c, Dressing 39e I| Donuts 39c I I Apple Juice IFOR 43c Margarine 27c|,FOOTBALLS BASKETBALLS or Silt I Ea.I .

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Tifutvine (Florida) St.rAdveea. Weo'neie'ty, OcbUr 21,1K4
S WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL 13 YEARS IN THE SAME LOCATION
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A YOUR GOVERNMENT National Teacher Examinations I Just Arrived!



A WEEKLY REPORT BY Offered Four Times AnnuallyCollege nn_ ,

seniors preparing to Ing Area Examinations (form Another Shipment OfWestinghouse
teach school may take the Na erly called Optional Examinations r .
tional Teacher Examinations on ) which measure masteryof r
rARRIS BRYANT four different test dates each the subject they expect to
Governor of Florida year instead of one, Educational teach.
Testing Service announced Prospective teachers should a. j
SPANISH TREASUREIn Florida's treasure bunters, 1 today. contact the school system In
am glad to say, are very coop New dates set for the testing which they seek employment, or
July, inS, eleven Spanish erative. They are Interested in of prospective teachers are* their colleges, for specific advice (You Bought All We Had
galleons richly laden with gold, the treasure, which is of course Dec. 12, 1964; and March 20, on which examinations to
silver and other precious articles important to them, but also they July 17, and Oct. 2, 1965. take and on which dates they I tatffP 9. In Stock!)
were caught up In the fury are Interested in history. Some should be taken. j
"The first two dates have .
of a hurricane In the Atlantic have traveled to Spain to A bulletin of Information containing "
been firmed for this test to
off of what is now Fort Pierce. up
lists
check historic records for the registration forms,
be held at Brevard Junior College"
Ten of the ships were destroyed names of vessels, their cargo, of test center, and information
and took their treasure to and the size of their crews. said John Haynes college about the examinations may be :
the floor. dean for student personnel /NoM: R f I II
ocean obtained from Haynes at Bre
Searchers are exploring the services. Also the tests will be
Much of that treasure, and floor off the Gulf of Mexico as given at more than 550 locationsin vard Educational Junior College Testing or ServicePrinceton from I l? fl?IDjlltil$60 / One Time Only!
that from many other vessels, well as in the Atlantic. Most of the 50 states ETS said.
still rests on the ocean bottom the treasure has come from Scores on the National Teacher New Jersey 08540. ,
today, but a private concern Spanish ships, believed victim Examinations are used by
I
Working under a lease from the of hurricanes of the early 1700's, several states for certificationor Frahm StationedAt L JAI
State of Florida is systematically I but some U.S. gold from a Con. licensing of teachers. Some.
carrying on salvage opera.I federate vessel has also been colleges require all seniors preparing Virginia Beach A
tions on this fleet I salvaged.I to teach to take the examinations Lawrence L. Frahm Jr., seaman
their find goes to the State. I have heard estimates that -
apprentice, USN, son of Mr.
This is how Florida manages nearly $400 million worth of Lists of school systems whichuse I I
treasure hunting off her shores. gold and silver sank with doom. the examination results are and Mrs. Lawrence L Frahm of
Salvage leases are granted by ed Spanish ships en route from distributed to colleges by ETS, I 2507 Garden St., TltusvUle, has
the State Cabinet serving as I the New World to Spain. We are a nonprofit, educational organization reported for duty at the Oceana I'
Trustees of the Internal Improvement almost certain to see an IncreaseIn which prepares and ad Naval Air Station, Virginia r
) Fund to single Individuals ; treasure hunting. There win ministers the examinations Beach, Va. jI'
firms or corporations. be adventure and perhaps On each full day of testing, r
They first take out an exploratory I profit for some, but to Florida prospective teachers may take The station, a master Jet
lease to search for off this search will turn up lost pages the Common Examinationswhich base, serves as homebase for
shore wrecks. When a wreck is In our early history, and provide measure the professionaland many of the Atlantic Fleet's car ,
located an exclusive lease Is a wealth of artifacts to supply general preparation of rier based jet aircraft squad-
granted giving the holder the our state museums for all teachers and one of 13 Teach runs.t I
cole right to salvage at the particular .
site designated.Florida' _
share of the fabu ATTACHE ItMODEL P1000
bus treasure recovered off of NEW WESTINGHOUSE STYLE LEADER IN
Fort Pierce to date was recently w NJ t I j PORTABLE TELEVISIONTrim
displayed in Tallahassee.
I attache styling designed for ease of portibttrly a lit
It included ornate gold neck. screen 19" elumimzed tub with 172 iq In. vl.wlnlr..
laces of intricately woven de Smart vinyl cabinet in choice of colors Built.in tele-
sign. Much of the treasure troveIs .. ,1\ K ung entennt .Wide, range speaker for excellent Sound
in gold coins called escudos. Here'sWhat performance/
Eight:;! escudo pieces, worth
about sixteen dollars at the
time they were lost 250 years
ago, are much more valuableon
today's rare coin market. It $139
Is feared by some that the large
find of old pieces might depressthe I I.M '
market value of these coins, i 7 ; fax" 'y,
One
ilgl
but Florida is going to do its it 4gt... I:
part) to that by -
prevent preserv : Q
ing its share as historical artifacts You can be surt..Jf! it's WeStinghOUSe

and not sell them.

Some of the treasure, like a CITIZENS BANK "
nine pound disc of silver that
vas recovered, Is not minted, Him fimoui-bnnd TYaetaturnedonataims tint*.
but most had been formed into
coins. I Model ROE 41

Artifacts brought up from the Account Frost-Free -Cold Injector Cooling In /t \
r Underwater site Include many Savings both Refrigerator and Freezer sections. Who catchesthe

1 objects of archeological value. 152-Lb. Frost-Free Freezer never needs
Many metal objects are thickly defrosting.
encrusted with a coral-like sub- (ANY SIZE) I Versatile Shelving Glide-Out Shelf, playinstantly

Stance. 2-Posltlon Shelf, Tilt-Up Food Shelf
The wooden Spanish vessels I If Plus Magnetic Door Latches, Twin Porcelain
t Which carried smooth ballast stones CAN DO FOR \;OU!: Enamel CriSpers, Separate i w ?'
mark
frequently wreck J
Butter and Cheese Compartments Egg \
Ii
.
Cites in Florida coastal waters ,
and could and sometimesdo .} ,. .; ;.' .i 7 ., Container, ( )Built-in Quality
lead skin divers to more "
sunken treasure when they are

discovered TRADE ,

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Jenkins To Head ALLOWANCE r

I-Pay you 4% per year INTEREST and your funds are always i E

1964 Christmas available. i


Seal Establish your credit for a low cost auto loan or Installment WILL YOUR RANGE t
CampaignThe loan for any worhwhlU purpose. i

1984 Christmas Seal Campaign .
) will be headed coun 3-Offer you the convenience of a Personal Checking Account.No 9 9M001L

ty wide by Thomas J. Jenkins minimum balance required. TAKE THE HOLIDAY

Jr., It was announced here yes .
I
terday by T R Tomlin. 4-Provide you with the security of a Safe Deposit Box for only rt4rtNew -
IOn, President of the Brevard $4.40 a year.

Association.County Tuberculosis and Health .1 S Make available to you the experience and resources of Titus COOKING AHEAD? Westinghouse

The campaign Is scheduled to 'J .111.'. oldest and largest bank for any of your financial needs.

start through Tomlinson Nov.Dec.16,31 citing and I I will past run ..\ Instant-On TV!!!!!

achievements of Jenkins in I
public service projects, said the ., tong before other sets come! on:, WesHngncMS Is
association looked forward confidently I tuned in and playing perfectly. Sarrj engineering
.
teal to a record Christmas Yes WE'RE A FULL SERVICE advance that provides picture and sound _Instantly) ,
campaign this year under I protects bnl:iart clarity of picture and sour Only,
bis leadership!
I BANK! rifle; Westinghouse has Instant-On TV...shown! here In a
"Tuberculosis and other Respiratory handsome 19" Trendsetter table: moo 1 that turns
Diseases have been the itself off...feaU;es up front sound tuning that
fucus of unusual public attention remembers proper fine tuning setting for each
this year" Tomlinson said
I.
channel transformer power supply.
New scientific findings on var.
ious fronts reemphasize the You can be sure..if it's Westinghouse
Importance of these ailments as I I

a continuing. public health problem KFE4Q .ww.aw....... '"'..au.ae....,_+_rnmw.rr c
In order that we may be PRICED ---
able to deal effectively with the ,King. size Miracle Sealed Oven for M n/NWrW4'r n.r r wr ran-.r.
..
recK
ny
4r baking rr rw r. r.rM..raTO
problem during the
coming Smokeless' Broiling/ with
year, it is essential that the 1964 broiler: pan.leftist. porcelain SELL :
Christmas Seal : :
Campaign fulfill I Heat Surface Units let you
its goal. We have thorough con. II dill' enact tdeilred.
fidence In the ability of Tom I Llft.Off Oven Door for easy clewing.
Jenkins to bring about such an II cleaning.Prag i Out Oven Hater for saty WITH TERMS!

outcome." II I Storage Draws tor your moat.useli
poll and pant.
Jenkins said he would Imme
diately begin to organize forces
for the annual drive, and Invited I
new volunteers to lend a WE GIVE
hand. "I am confident," he said I
that the people of Brevard CITIZENS BANK BUYS 70

County their are full with support us and will during.extend NOW 169 TOP VALUE STAMPS

the forth coming campaign.
Jenkins, a graduate of the WIT
University of Florida is employed
by Radiation Incorporated. RIVERSIDE: AT BROAD TITUSVILLE -
He resides with his wife,
Patti, and two children, Glenn MEMBER: ELECTRIC INC.
and Jayna, at Port Malabar In I WHITAKER
Palm Bay lie has been a Dl- '. .FEDERAL: DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION ,
rector of the Brevard County TB
and. Health Association and a 326 S. T.1eplaOD.211.0I11
Washington Ave. Downtown Tlhwrllle
.
member of the Executive Committee

for over three years and Visit Our Larger Newly Remodeled Store!
presently Is a Director and
Charter Member of the Palm
Bay Jaycees. I WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL BREVARD'S NEWEST WESTINGHOUSE DEALDIp











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;Hear Registrar '1 SAYB 4p f ',.

:., fodoy the ,
: 'i3 I. I i family/ lp>nd ovtrag< wily '!
Candidates f' H, for rood out y
'1j'Ii of lOCh ofttr tox li
)' dollor occord,rvj in ,j i.
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"Hw "'
WM my speech! Gov Igurvi I 15Vtori
ago food
""""S aught weD be tile %.. took 26< out of i{
,tom mxrvtoor of MigAMtrvtfafranilhm .. each dollar 4n

GOP Barbara. John L1 ...." J 1 .L .L i' t' l I i-ic--4
MeM Mid DemocraUc IDWtoy 1 1111 J\,.. r )) i

hit night themselves at the Oumtfcieer W.s.s GET. YOUR "ONLY. 19" CARD AT WINN-DIXIE 734 CASH PRIZES! J
;: JIir
"If II" ...>, .
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The two candidates wttt apeak 0 Stl
to the Tttuivilte Toastm t< CM that evening, and DeT'oaebnaetera $1,400 CASH 384 SECOND PRIZES EACH $117 CASH Ih'ii' I .,. ,. ar..l.; ; .,I
..
wtIl give eeeII equivalent to a yeor'i supply of groceries for on overage family equivalent to o month'i supply of groceries/ for on average family. I flllll. ; ::::; ; :r,": !!: .::i
candidate a written evahwdoiV
QUANTITY RIGHT RtSLR\EOE
\ >f her speaking techniques
GRADE A QUICK FROZEN YOUNG 4 6 la. PRICFS roon THRU
Jon*** and Cartfe are the OC"rQBrR 11TH
last of 12 political candidates Ducks. -, 391 eINA' .e'al..rOA.. I INO -ni ,Nt ....

that have been Invited to speakto EEF! SAt' B
1- Kdj
the Titusville Toastmasters.The REGULAR 5" COPELAND SLIUD
club Is offering the can.
'didateg an evaluation of theirspeeches Bologna lb 49i BEb a Q dsfca
( To help them improve
their PH lED AND DEVEINED
speaking ability while at
W-D BRAND CHUCK
the same time the club men
I bers and guests will learn more Shrimp 891

about the candidates R 0 a st La 4 8 1 RfcG 49, BiTTV CROCKER RffRIG rUDE, t '
| Toastmasters is an educational All Si.cs 5 to 20 ib,
: club dedicated to Improving Ratio. TIES -kL: 25
W.D
':Its members' speaking ability; BRAND ROUND BONE SHOULDER
thrOUgh a planned program of
Jspeeth training'Jaycees. R
1. cast II. 5 81 FANCY ALL PURPOSE


Host W.D BRAND BEEF SHORT Apples 5 & 49F GRADE "A"


Kiddie; Rides Ribs.L La 3 81 WASHINGTON Apples;:GOLDEN 2LBS or RED 39Ji DELICIOUS LB. t QUICK IROZIN

Tltusville Jaycees will has t t
kiddie rides on Sand Point, beginning 100 EXTRA STAMPS U 5 NO I YELLOW U '
with coupon t 55 ground
Oct. 28, according to
'ITesident Paul Salisbury $95 Onions 5 "c

This will be a return e e t f 5 LB. f. GRADE
engagement L.J PKG. U NO' GEORt,IA RED SWEET
of the rides that have been
,'featured there on previous ()('. raters >.59/
,:casions.. The Jaycees will distribute -
free ride tickets to business n
firms who are business rnembetif

the Jaycees The merchantswill RFCUAR 25* KLSfY ASSORTED COLORS REGULAR 2/25 STANDARDTissue

as give a tickets free gift to and their the customers tick. < 1'e Z
;ioo19#
;.ets may be used at any time during II : Tomatoes.O) CANQUART 101
( the lime the Kiddie Rides I RFI.UI.AR 35 CRACKIN

,are in town.Grand / Treats 1 Lb. 2OREGULAR A3* KRAFT

Rr J91 DIXIE DARLING ANGEL FOOD
Is
; Opening 1 391
Mayonnaise
t '
,"Big Here f cake 12'0& Pkq 29

Imperial Service Station's R. J 1J/ 0.1., Darling grown 'N StI'\'O Se.d.d REGULAR 99 CABOT BRIQUETTES

ill'grand., new opening I'' rebuilt, in station celebration was of a I Rolls *.. 19fUairnal LB.
"grqat success". according to Fresh Vine Ripe 70 BAG 79"
Manager rank Palisl and assistant solids viidriydi
manager Charles rott r. STRAWBERRYPreserves
,The'event was held last Friday TOMATOES oeL jf L
|and Saturday at the station, licated .. ;
at the corner of Washing 24oe.JAR 39"2'bS.3
:ton Avenue and St John Street.

f Favors were given to e a c h ; REG WHITE,

I r jcfictt Jsecond evedt[;customer,held highest and special at sales any of prices of any were Imperial were similar the In 91 Ib.1 0; ;ic'XMi :::: Dis: ;


finally stations, the two managers -
'
stated.

HAPPY !;::;:.:....., \ t -r"T; ::''':. r." .',v" 1, '\ _,,_

BIRTHDAY TOP t
ra :
Thursday, October 22 VALUE /-

Raymond Smith j/"t rx' i ; BTAbrPB ; I _
Hccda Mae Smith D lo e
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i ; I Zoning Board

Schenck Reports"Bribe' .t I II I


f Meets Tonight i

Offer To
The TitiuvUto Planning and I

r ,< Zoning Commission will consider -
four rezoning requests t b e

Leave Senate Rate final approval of a plat of Deer
wood Estates, and a petition to
I close a portion of Bobbins Avenue

Virgil Schenck, Republican called for him to withdraw from t r I from Norwood Avenue
south to the railroad, at tonight"
candidate for Brevard's seat In the state senate race and for .Y r
the State Senate said he was Dreader's supporters to ring pubUc meeting at C11 y

offered a "bribe" to withdraw i about the withdrawal of Herschel i I Hail.
Joe Matheny, representing
from the race In favor of Democrat Mays, Melbourne Beach Re
Emmerich Handler and Murray
Rep. James It. Dreaaler at publican, from the race against .
Kleinmann, Is requesting rezoning
a meeting here Monday night. State Rep. James Pruitt, Eau I of property located at the
Schenck made the charge at apolitical Gallte Democrat
southeast corner of proposed
forum sponsored by the Schenck said the agreementthen Knox-McRae Road and proposed

Indian River City Civic Associa called for his appointmentto Barna Avenue from R-1B

tion.The fill the GOP candidacy vacated classification\ to a BR to allowa
Cocoa Republican said I by Mays' resignationand :4..et shopping center. |I
"financial and physical support"for -vr
support "financial and
a campaign for a seat In the physical" from the Dressier ----4 Heftier Construction Co. ia1,

Florida house was offered at a backers in a campaign against requesting rezoning of property I i.
Hub's Inn meeting last summer Pruitt"I located on the east side of Lee r .
in exchange for stepping downas Road, approximately 350 feet LA
shocked and
GOP State Senate nomInee.' was rejectedthe north of Gibson Strreet, from I
said Scbenck
Schenck charged that W. / proposal, R-3 classification to a BR to allow
Weddell, Merritt Island, and The charge climaxed a five- a small convenience center I

William Scott, Cocoa, both listed point attack by Schenck on the for a 120 unit FHA apartment
as financial contributors to Cocoa Democrat STUDENT COUNCIL IN SESSION- vice-president; Diane Leonard, serve building. ,

Dressler's primary campaign Schenck substantiated the Shown above are several members of tary and Linda Lundy, treasurer. Tricia Frank Romans is requesting. t ? r of

against State Sen. Bernard Par. charge by producing a letter the Student Council at Titusville High Taylor serves as chaplain. The Councilis rezoning of his property located

rich, Titusville, made the offer outlining the proposal to U.S. School as they discuss an Upcoming now in the process of revising a new at No. 4 Holiday Lane, I
in Dressler's presence at the Rep. Edward Gurney on station project. The SCA officers are: Sandy constitution to meet the students' being the NW corner of Holiday i _

Hub's[ Inn meeting and that ery bearing the name of "W. A. Loveless, president; Teddy Rucker, needs. S-A Photo. Lane and Gardens Street, from
Dressier Indicated his agreement Weddell, (Col.\ U.S.A. Reid), R-1B classification to a BR to

to its terms. P. 0. Box 38, Merritt Island," .. .,, .. .,, I allow a Landscape Nursery.
Schenck said the agreement and dated May 30, 1964. t s- FP&L L Substation Porter Hart, representingowners
W. S. Jenkins and John


Developer Given Okay On Set Receives Okay L.ing corner Carter of property of,East is requesting Whispering located on rezon Hills the

I .
c Road and Gifford Street from :,

Back Varianco! Fa SubdivisionTitusville Florida Power and Light Co. R-1B classification to an R-S to
s Y has agreed to re-locate the sub allow apartments.L. RECEIVE CERTIFICATE The 100 percent award
station given onl yto bu.'ness where all employees donate
that
office has
City Council, in considering houses have been completed and building A. Melvin, representing
come under fire from adjacent in full, is shown being presented by Curtis Bar.
a hardship case of Ti sold.AgaIn Route 50 Emmerich Handler, is submit. Chairman of the United Fund, to Clyde Lee,
last month property owners on nes,
permits ting a plat of Deerwood Estatesfor
tusville Land Development, Inc., and Sun Road. Faulk Chevrolet. Also pictured
of Gus
parts manager
Issued for several lots in
were final approval of the com
has agreed to keep rightofwayon the subdivision on Harrison mission. The subdivision is Burl Ferguson, executive on loan for General
The plant, presently under proposed
Harrison Street the
through
subdivision, 70 feet, Instead of Street and shortly afterward, it construction, has been criticized is located east of Indian River Electric. Gus Faulk donated 100 percent to the

the 100 feet required by the city. was found that the minimum by Dr. Alvin Kahn and other I Heights Unit 18 and 19, west United Fund Drive.-S-A Photo.
se: backs! des'gnated a 100-foot adjacent property owners and of Knox-McRae Drive.
back
The to
problem goes right of way.A Dr. Kahn brought a complaintto John G. Watson's petition to
April, 1062, when the council vot stop order was put on further the council last week, claiming close a portion of Robbins Ave
ed allow 70 foot of
to a right construction, and the devel that the zoning change, issued nue from Norwood Avenue south
way for Harrison Street at tlio who had sold lots to other will be submitted
oper, by the county, prior to to the railroad
of the of Colonial
developer
request
:
Subdlvls'on.: Lat I developers, was threatenedwith consolidation, required the plantto to the board for Its recommendation .z
Heights suits' because no one could conform to residential type to City Council. Wat t R'l
'
er, In November, 1062, the N. .
build. The builder In turn threatened of
building, and that the building son Is the owner approximately
council passed an ordinance providing a $75,000 suit against the m-L must have the approval of property 188 feet abutting the
for minimum setbacks city if something could not be 4 owners within 100 feet east side of said street.
from the center line ef all I
worked out.Councilman. business
L Under new the re-
streets in the city and under Randy Nunnally, According to city attorney, zoning application of Clyde Hall

this ordinance the right-of-way. stating that the city was in Dave Porter, the large transformers will be read at this time to be
of Harrison Street was determined nevertheless statedhe and other electrical the
I gross error, ap acted upon at next regular
to be 100 feet was against the lessening of paratus does not have to have meeting, along with petitions

Then again on Nov. (, 1963, the setbacks, pointing out the the approval of the property and requests from the public.
the planning and zoning board problems that it could bring.oweverslnce owners, but only the building it
approved the plat of the subdivision the error of

and the plat set out the the city was bringing a hard. self.City
at 70 feet. : Manager Cleveland Tal- H'comingContinued
right-of-way ship on the developer, the council '
madge said that Art
The company proceeded with voted to set the right-of-way, Wortham,
construction under the building through the subdivision only, nt manager of the local office, From Page 1
permits received from the building 70-fect, and the remainder of said the company would relocate
the building on the proper. monies, from among the follow.
and some of the Harrison to be 100 feet
department,
100 PERCENT Receiving the 100 percent award ty and would get the approval of ing seniors: Donna Parker, Tricia -
,,, for contribution to the United .Fund, Is First Nat. the property owners. Taylor, Deanna Hungerford. f A
. Amendment Will Appear Tonal 'Bank of Titusville. Accepting the award Tommy Edwards, Charles Hug-

First National President Doyle Frisbee, and vice gins and David Ward.

MIAMI (APA) three-Judge ruling In person, but merely president Wilbur Sikes. Presenting the award is CampaigningIs Representing the Junior class
federal court refused today to sent a copy for filing In the Burl Ferguson, executive on loan of the General will be Gary Hart and Pat Ma

strike the 43-senator, 112-representative clerk's office.Mill .Electric Co., a local member of the drive.-S-A theny and the sophomore class
Florida reapportionment :- Photo.; "Rugged"Campaigning Linda McClure and Eddie Ford.

plan from the Nov S gen Debate

eral election ballot for a sheriff have turned complete flip and
The court gave no reason for candidate running on the I landed with all four wheels on AWARD PRESENTED Burl Ferguson, left, of the
turning down the motion of Barbara Johnson (R) and ticket against Incumbent opposite the pavement, however there United Fund is shown above as he presents an a-

Richard Swann, Miami attor Edna S. Carole, candidates for Hoover BuriaJ] Sheriff Lee Wilson, proved quite was no Indication on the accident ward to Ed Broom, local Publlx Food Market man-

ney, that the plan, already held Supervisor of Voter RegistrationIn bruising for Jack Cooper of report that the vehicle did ager. The award was made to the Publix store for
to be unconstitutional by the U. Brevard County, will debate East Coast Body Shop Sunday. flip. "It left the ground considerably 100 percent participation in the United Fund by the

S. Supreme Court, be taken off Thursday at the regular meeting ," Cooper said. store's employees. The store was one of the first to
the ballot. of the Merritt Island Jay- Cooper and a friend were Cooper was in the process of receive this award.-S-A Photo.
The court, composed of cecs. The meeting will be heldat driving north on U.S. 1, prepar erecting "Drawdy For Sheriff

Judges David W Dyer of Miami the Merritt Island KIwanis Near ing to change lanes and make a signs.ln a jeep owned by Jim I 1,
and William A. McRae Jr. Hall at 7:30: p.m. and Is opento Birthplace left turn when their Jeep automobile Drawdy. He has been chargedby

and Warren L. Jones of Jacksonville the public. This meeting Is was struck from behind Sheriff Lee Wilson's Bre-

reserved ruling on other the eighth and final public political by a Wisconsin couple driving a vard County Sheriff's Depart
reapportionment matters before debate to be held by the big Chrysler. ment for an Improper lane
It.Swann. Merritt Island Jaycees prior to WEST BRANCH, Iowa (AP) smith father and devoutly religious The Jeep, according to one person change and no valid driver's li

who fought Florida's the Nov. 3 election. Icrbert Hoover, the only Iowan mother. left the ground and might cense. A
ever to become President of the John Henry, a member of the
reapportionment Court case had throughthe asked Edna Carlile\ was elected in United States, will be laid to .Hoover Foundation, said the 5th
Supreme ,
1954 to fill an unexpired term. rest on a grassy knoll overlook-) Army will be In charge of the THE
that the restrain Secretary
Judges -
of State Tom Adams from She has lived In Brevard Ing the two-room cabin In whichhe funeral cortege and arrange
and Is resident of
the to 42 years a was born. He died Tuesday ments. LAY A WAY NOW FOR
bringing illegal plan a -
member of
She Is
vote Titusville. a afternoon. Hoover lies In state In New SPACE
the Baptist Church, Titusville York for two days, then will be / WINTER. .
In a hearing here Oct 14, the Temple No. 22 Pythian Sisters, I The burial plot Is on the v
Judges had expressed doubt that taken by train to Washington NOVn' OR CHARGE IT!
Legion Auxiliary and Is first of the Herbert Hoover PROGRAM
grounds; D C where he will lie in state ,
had to take such
they authority
action. Vice-President of the Florida residential Library, which he under the rotunda of the Capit NO MONEY DOWN
State Association of Supervisorsof helped dedicate on his last visitto al. has poured millions into Florida's economy.
Attorney Reese Smith of I
Tampa had argued that the Supreme Registration. his birthplace two years ago. The body of the 31st presidentthen
Court had given the fed Barbara Johnson has been a The plot, known as the "Over. will be flown to nearby
eral Judges unlimited jurisdiction resident of Cocoa Beach for 15 look", is surrounded on three Iowa City, where the cortege I I REMEMBER If HOLLANDit

in bringing about a Florith( : years, and owns and operates sides by evergreen trees, shield- will form for the 10-mile trip -
the Cocoa Beach News Center.
from the winds blowing
reapportionment based on the log here.

court's "one-voter, one-vote" She Preparatory graduated School from of the Cincinnati College across now barren corn fieldsto Henry said plans have been I1 ij it a member of this important committee.Not .
principle. the south. made to bring the body of Mrs. LAST WINTERWINTER
Ohio and attended Connect ,
side of the 30 foot
The Supreme Court held unconstitutional icut College for women. She Is The open Hoover from California to this only has the space program benefited the
a law passed by a member of the Cocoa Beach plot faces the library and, a little peaceful village for intermentnear area around Cape Kennedy, but it will continueto
the 1963 Legislature providingfor Chamber of Commerce, the farther on across the meandering her husband of 44 years. pour millions more into Florida's economy.

a 43-senator, reprcscnta-- League of Women Voters, and Wapslnonoc Creek, the Mrs. Hoover the former Miss
tative plan. But the identical the Hospital Auxiliary of Cape rough-hewn cabin of bls black- Lou Henry, died of a heart attack COSTS It 1 U important to all Floridians, Democrats and
was drafted by the Canaveral Hospital. She is a In 1944 in their apartmentat A&utdin.y Republicans alike, that we preserve the senioritythat
Legislature
as a constitutional charter member of the C o c o a 1--- of the Re the Waldorf Towers In New LESS WITH. 0 0 gives Holland a seat on the Aeronautical and
amendment, and the lawmakers Beach Republican Wives Club Committee. York. Space Science Committee, whose prime responsibility -
contended it was not covered by is to serve all matters in the space field.
the ruling on the law. Every resident of Florida shares in the benefits
Also before the court is a motion SMOKELESSODORLESS that have resulted.
by Swann for a ruling that I A

the Legislature must reapportion ELECTDEMOCRAT KEROSENE Florida needs Holland' continued influence on

Itself along Supreme Court HEATERS N this committee it is a valuable asset to every
guidelines before Its regular citizen of Florida and the nation.

session In April, 1965. ., The highest quality x: '. l M .,.il. ....". ia hid Fr Brti
Mayor Herman Goldner has v+ In portable o4 tiooKM. it .l,", r w ii,. T.1 ..',-
petitioned to Intervene In the > 5 William H. "Bill"I2OUNDTREE Incomparable rte'
fl.ol l
case with a motion that the federal tconomy oft sat
F.' how, ...411< ia '
declare the current
judges .
,
ell w.tool 5..
Legislature to be an illegal body a L
dtoltr for -"
and order it to reapportion immediately 1I."lIt.ti. Dv*
0 '
,I In special session. t STATE REPRESENTATIVE oocll. $6.9S Al.ddin.ao

,j I The Miami Government Research ", GROUP II $39.95 $19.95 i
Council and the Florida
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of Vor -
lS- "But Qualified To R.pr.wnl
t ", t i '
i' present plans foe: ie.. .1 i.: You In T.llabai- IBMVCX*ANT CO.PI .

on a su r': a;via CM. for by BUU Democratic -e-..... Commit).. .fru
tion basis. W. H. RownMw Trw.1> TLI PLAZA OPEN II A.M.-f f. M.
j The JudgM 414 not deliver the


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Sewage Treatment Plant Gurney Has \ 1 1 I WED. pll1KO/IES/1//lfA


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installation I On Increase Mwtrd J. 8emey. congressman FRI. "= I J \

fcwa tile 11th District (.( SAT. -- -

Ph etch, WM mdnned today b\

A total of 1,275 sewage treat. sus. Florida was 7S9 are only asking for trou the Anwrteww for Constitution.

ment plants have been Installed\ urbanraed.! leaving some Developments need waste al Action (ACA). Titusville Shopping Center
under State Board of Health approval 060 persons served by plants just as do cit
to serve more than half ary sewage disposal Over the years we have ACA is the nationally! known
the state's population of nearly septic tanks. trying to bring this feet i nonoartinn political action (vganfratton Washington Ave. TitusvilleFLA.
6,000,000. A recent survey by the to the attention of all I dedicated to the :support ; 1, ,
lean Medical Association without action and
and preservation of con
"There are probably more replies from 44 state we are most happy to find
sewage treatment plants in FlorIda tive extension services cooperation, we are dis stituttonal 6''ffJImt'IIt.
than any similar area in the ter pollution and that others by design The endorsement of Congressman '
Southeastern states" said Dr. as their primary rural inability have not Installed announced by 'I OR GA. GRADE "A" WHOLEFRY
Gurney was
Wilson T. Sowder state health facilities. !
officer. "Florida spent approximately problem. Admiral Pen Moreell. Chairman I Ii
4.7 Umes as much In the' The AMA said "unless "About 23 per cent of Flori i of the Board of Trustees of ACA, I II
last 10 on treatment provisions are made, ', water received as rain I and brings to the Floridian the
years adequate sewage disposal to the ocean by surface E R S
10, of highly distinguished I
plants as in the previous ties will almost This about support Lb.29c
years. From 1948 to 1954, cities averages citizens. Democrats, Republicans -I
to serious outbreak of
spent |9S.OOO,000 for treatmentand billion (B) gallons a day. Of and Independents who
collecting facilities. In ous disease. adding more than 88 per cent is compose ACA's Board of Trus .,
ning and zoning are in the Apalachicola, Choc-
195483" cities spent $446,000- solve land use problems. hatchee, Escambla. Suwan- tees. I II II I
000. rural areas Included and St. Johns rivers. I

However he said there are mushrooming all over "By the year 2000 we will OTIB' TO (SCOITOPS !

still over 1,500,000 persons In country.Dr. 26 gallons of water per TO All SOCona having rI..... or
189 communities without sewers Sowder said "The per day for use as dilu :tnft JTOJtAS u atn't. the m-coutd Biutp I
or adequate treatment. Of has authority to go to of waste waters if all our You art hmhy notified to fir'. '
these communities, 153 are incorporated an injunction to stop treatment plants have nn 1 Kay claim toe denr n In County Juctvci Offlc -
: areas. Over 200,000of We can get an Injunction of 90 per cent. It will In the County Court Hnun In
.
the 1,500,000 live In urban nn- town may have the best of to 96 gallons for indus' VrmH Cou.". Florida, within 1
ass let ralimiUr month. from the
sewered areas of more than 1- and no money, so what waste If industry also In dab of the tint publlcitlnn of + QUANTITY
000 population. The figures do done It is a very efficiency of its treat tbt Notlo Huh claim or demand RIGHTS
mutt ta hi wrlttni and file In
not include scattered, rural are- situation.We plants to 90 per cent. duptlcit: bull. lUte the Slice ofrtuMenc RESERVED

as. have speed laws "But If treatment plant effic of th. .Claimant and Port, and Office...tddrtiit.n bo
enough money or shallow'e is not Increased but re worn to by the. Ct.lm..t. kin "FANCY WESTERN"BEEF
Last year 18 incorporated .pnl. or bin tttornty AllY mob I
with personnel to curb law the same as today cl.tm. not to Sled ihill lie voidi .
municipalities populations
We're in somewhat the per cent of Florida for i
to over 200,000 were KOBM L. Jonas
up
untreated waste into situation. Our waters waste treatment then KRNKK JONAS, Ancillary 1 rOOF
discharging
er be 100 per cent pure will require 47 gallons; and Administratrix of Ik* Mutt
streams and rivers but six of nf JONAH! DwolltdFVAN0
people want them that w waste treatment re : .B.f.t'J.: riOTMTON :
these were building or planningto
Hull. toll Ptlnrr Bunk R.Ildlilarawta
there to
are means the same 15 cent
per ,
build treatment plants.On I
purity be eliminating we will need 540 gallons per Attorney! rJrI'r" RiutitOct.
the basis of the 1960 cen- CHUCK
Some of the 189 '! per day." T 14 31. :a Iw'M.1 mt. !

Dr Sowder said, are
Burial In National (ties of many thousands

Cemeteries Clarified sons septic using tank septic reduces tanks the :........ ROAST

tion load through it by
Col. W. H. Boshoff Veterans

Service Officer for Brevard i per"The cent septic tank was Sugar roaVes .. tat I
that he is often
County says ''" M'
for farm areas not break
asked whether a veteran can reserve any anEnergy.break 0
said. "So in a
in advance a grave site
where there shallow
are
In a National Cemetery. and tanks, there Is
septic 1
No grave sites may be as cellent chance of I Chuck Steak LB.49c Lb3Cfab f
signed to living veterans for derground water This .
burial In Arlington National case in the 189 it\
Cemetery or any other National "From 1954 through 19
Cemetery in advance of immediate board approved
requirements. 5,731 privies and 336,939 lB.69c
be tanks, yet there are Steak

made Applications at time of may death only of t h e er such installations \\ twu 4r _
been put in without
veteran or that of his eligible
dependent. If the wife is burled proval
first the veteran must sign an "People who move
agreement that upon his death, tank developments Round! Steak 69cSUGAB CURED"
tie will be buried in the same those In low areas with

grave. The same Is true when SMOKEDPICNICS
the veteran dies first. The grave I 1 MOTOROLA COLOR TV MOTOROLA COLOR TV MOTOROLA COLOR TV
Is dug deep enough to accommodate

wife, providing both the she veteran Informs and the his .1 I Sirloin Steak LB.79c

Superintendent of the National MOTOROLAguarantees
Cemetery that she desires to be Motorola .

burled in the same grave.
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Where a veteran has had his guarantees all its little

wife buried in a National Ceme- Bone Steak lB.89c I
tery and upon his death, his I All Parts and TV tubes and parts for 1 full
body is not burled in that same
the Superintendent of TV Tubes for C
grave 90
just days.One
the National Cemetery will have year-not 9
the wife'i body removed to another Full Year! "LIAN 'N F R ISN" Lb.

cemetery at the expenseof Manufactvirer's full year guarantee covers, free ex- GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs. 99c I

the veteran's estate. PLUS AT change or repair of any tube or part proven defective . .

In normal use.Arranged through us,labor extra.
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OctohtrtAdmkslonr tusvlUe,; Richards Leslie, TV Mimi,; Crtaehaw, Ana, Titus- Set For SI. Joseph's, Palm Bay contest weeks winner Daring the
tusvtlte,; McNulty, Doris Indian stile,; Dtnkh, Paul, Cocoa I three preceding the carnival
MsJmp Verier, River testy,; Note: Jacque- Beach,; Garrett, VlrdMa, Tile Milestone I A Golden Jubilee celebration at the Palm Bay station. The balloons filled with helium
Tltiwvffl,; CaninU, Virginia lint, Indian River City? Woodruff palls,; Matthews, Rots, Mime,; New I commemorating the 58th anniversary FEC has resurrected three old will be released from the Palm
Oixxw,; Durham /*<.!' Orlando UndJa, Mime?; Nottn, Pat, Indian River City,; of st Joseph's Cathottc: cars for the occasion.: The settlers Bay area and a number of bat
; Mulkey, Dune, Tltuavtlto,; Church and the settBug of Palm wiU be the carnival people ,loons win be dropped from afro
Foils, Debt,) Orlando,; Kuhn October 12 October dressed In 1914 costume. i planes flying over Brevard
With a 2-seoond burst of low- before final delivery to NASA. Bay will be held in Palm Bay
Viola, lit Uh vine,; Admissions: McClaren, Marlal Admissions: Manta Patty, power rocket flame, development The entire Saturn Program is on Oct. 23, 24 and 25. The men will wear mustachesand County. In each balloon there
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DischargesPersoni: Paula S. Titue- TttusvBte,; Schlageter, Margaret TltusvUle,; MnHlns, Ann, Mime,; of S-IVB upper stage of under the direction of NASA's Just 50 years ago a large number the women containing\ contest mstrocttoBs.
Cocoa,; Krone, Orlando?; Farmer, JanIce -: Clay, Freda Tltusville,; Lee, the Saturn Lunar Launch Vehicle Marshall Space Flight Center. of the eWers arrived by skirts. The whose card Is
Slec Mildred Indian River person returned

vale ; Scottsmoor,; Malott, Carmela, Titusville,; Gardner, has passed a newmile The central structure at Gamma train in what was then knownas Those who wish to participate from the farthest
City,; Mellon, Patricia, In Don-I stone at the Douglas Missile & Is a 100-foot-long test stand Between the In the reenactment may locationwin :
Johnston Joseph aid, Indian River City,; H Eleanor, RockJedge,; Burdine, Tlllman. years be the winner of the contest : .
River
dian City
; Warren, Titusville,; Mann, Diane Paul, TltusviDe! ,; McAUster\ Linda Space System Division Sacra with three separate cells for testing 1D10-1914 this area was promoted board the train providing they
Mints,; Holbrook, James, Tltusville,; Potter, Bertha, Mimi retiring, Jean TitusvtDe mento Test Center. the APS engines in different by a land development company are 12 years of age or younger,
Mime,; HID, Sidney, Indian River Mlms,; Cameron, Donna, Titus- ,; Chenicek, Fanny, TVtusville The brief test was the first"hot" I configurations. was designed named \the Florida Indian wear a mustache, real or artificial On Friday night Oct. JJ the
City,; vile\ ,; Brown, Bill, Mime,; Sum- ,; Robinson, Robert, Tltusville firing of the Auxiliary Propulsion specifically for the delicate task River Catholic: Colony, which enticed or wear a long skirt The famous Christenson Fish Fry
OctaUrlO mers, James, Indian River ,; McEvoy, Marion, Tl System (APS) for the S- of handling the AJ>S' hypergollc Catholic farmers from train will back out of the station will be served from I ntfl I
City,; Lowrey, Eva, Tltusville,; tusville\ ,; Bain, Stephen, Titus IVB a package of three 150- (self-Igniting) propellants which the north and the midwest to at 11 and "arrive" at 11:15.: p.m. in the sidewalk cafe at thefairgrounds.
Admissions: Wertberry, Ethy- Montgomery, Mary, Mime; Me- vine,; Stansell, Elinor, Titus- pound thrust engines which provide burst into flame on contact with settle here where they could The train will be met at the .
leen New Smjma Beach, Fla.; Mullem, Zlnnle, Titusville,; via; Smith, Cynthia Tttus- steering and attitude control each other. harvest two crops a year. I station by 20 beautiful cars from
NoUn, Jacqueline, Indian River West, Arthur, Titusville,; Hunter vie?; )Bender, Albert, TItus- for the giant rocket during The complex features widely Since the only land transpor the Antique Auto Club of Cape See The
City,; Dixon, David, Titusville; Shapely, Mime,; Franco, ville,; Cole Jaqne, Indian River "coasts" periods of its flight, ac. separated storage facilities for tation available then was the Canaveral, the South Brevard AdvocateFor
Crenahew, Ann Titusville,; Edwarda, Mlms,; Dacus, Etta CIty,; Stephenson, Catherine, cording to J. L. Bromberg, Vice the fuel and oxidizer and mobile Florida East Coast Railroad, Hurricane Band and the Kape Star
Walker Jade, Jr Tilusville.; Lee Mlms,; Cocoa.; lieu, John D., Merritt President Director Douglas transfer units used to bring the Golden Jubilee Carnival will Kanaveral Klowna. A paradewill Your
Slmonsen, Margaret, Drury, Discharges: Westberry, EUiy- Island,; Robert M. Haas, Mer- Space Systems Center in HuntIngton the propellants up to the standin officially get underway with the leave the station at 11:30: Needs!
James, Indian River City,; With. leen and Baby Girl New Smyr rltt Island?; Robenon, Larry, Beach. small quantities. arrival of the "settlers" at 11:15: and proceed to the fair grounds Printing
erlngton, Damw, Indian River na Beach,; Dunbar, Frances I Titusville,; The APS will keep the S-IVB R also Includes an 18 x 37-foot
City,; Sloan, Randolph, and Baby Boy, Indian River Discharges: Pratt, Wdie, Titusville and its payload-the Apollo Lunar blockhouse, or Test Control Center
Mlms,; City,; Gilmore, Ora L, Tltus \ ,; Waugh, Helen, Merritt Spacecraft on course and ,where engineers can conduct
Discharges: Whelan, Celia ville,; Lust, Robert, Tltu vtIle,; Island; Boster, Richard, Titus prevent rolling or tumbling in tests and observe the engines
and Baby Boy, TKusvllle,; Mulkey, Diane, Tltusville\ Taylor vine.; West, Arthur, TitusvlOe,; space when S-IVB's main 200- during firings, and a more distant
Moon, Fay and Baby Boy, Titus- Linda, Titusville,; Hamilton Summers, James, Indian River 000-pound thrust J-2 engine is 20 x 50-foot Instrumentation with the federal
yule,; Armstrong, Juanita and Inez, Mime,; KamlnsU City? Graves IDa 11, Indian shut down. Center, which houses all electronic your problems
Baby Girl, Tilusville, Thompson Dorothy, Indian River City,; River City?; Durham Sheila, The firing also marked Intro equipment used in the
John, Titusville,; Korte, Baggett, Gertrude, Cocoa,; Orlando?; Cowling, Chet Tltus duction of another new test facility complex. government are CongressmanGURNEY'S
Ann, Cocoa,; Funkhouser Dor- Browning, Elva, Tltusville,; vie,; Northcutt, Ann, Indian into the inventory of space Data on test results are collected
Is, Tltusville,; Harper, Elva, Indian Nordan, Lewis; Indian River River City,; Kaspartek: John, : research hardware being built up and recorded through an
River City,; Cantrell, Virginia City,; Foltz, Debra, Orlando,; Tltusville,; McMullen ZI l I by the National Aeronautics and Automatic Digital Computer concern.He .
Cocoa,; Ragin, Richard, DiGrlstine, Charles, Titusville,; Tltusville,; Norton, 111111'1 Space Administration as part of System developed for Gammaby
Indian River City,; Dalley Herbert Perry, Rebecca, Indian River Tltusville,; Cameron the Apollo Man-On-The-M o o n Douglas.To .
Mlms; Radcliffe Harold City,; tusville,; McClaren, Muriel TI. Program. It is the Sacramento guarantee personnel safety,
Titusville; Black, Martha, tusville,; Gore, Josephine, Indian I Center's Gamma Complex, a both buildings are blast proof, believes In helping the people he represents.Ed .
Mints,; Lamarr, Cherry October River City,; Cutter, Kelly, three-cell test stand built specifically with thick concrete walls, and Gurney and his staff have assisted thousandsof
Mims,; Hughes Elaine. Titus Admissions: Moon, 0 e o r g e, Tttusvine,; Van Beuren, John, \ for trials of the APS both have independent, remote- area residents in cases Involving Social Security
ville,; Beddingfteld, Beth, For. Tltusville,; Wilson, Joyce, TI. Titusville,; Farmer, Janice, The first test was a "long duranon" intake air supply systems. veterans' affairs, taxes and a host of other
tusville,; Unger, Robert H., Tltusville James Indian firing in the eyes of tha The Gamma Complex is own
rest Hills, Calif ; Priestley, Scottsmoor,; Drury, federal matters. He maintains an open door "1
,; Tolls, Alexandra, Ti engineers\ conducting it. ed by NASA, was built under the
John, Indian River City,; Lun- River City
dy, Frank Tltusville,; John- tusville,; Garrett, Virginia, Titusville Because only a minimum of direction of the U.S. Army Air policy and insists upon seeing all individuals li lip A
IOn, Bennett, Titusville,; ,; October 1C power is required to steer and Corps of Engineers on land leased or groups who seek his help in their business M .....,
Discharges: Van Beuren, John, control the S-IVB once it gets from Douglas and Is operated with the federal government TTiImTr
October 11 Tltusville,; Thornton, Fay and Admissions: Shankle, Richard into Motionless space, the APS by Douglas under contract with tt4
Baby Girl Titusville,; Wilson, T., Titusvtlle\ ,; Sanders, Leroy, rockets will actually operate In MSFC, II H
Admissions: Thong, Linda L, Joyce and Baby Boy: Titus- Mimi; Bunting, Frances, Orlando much shorter bursts about !&0
Indian River City,; Taylor, Linda ville,; Smith, Bonnelle, Titus ,; Everitt, Fred, Tltusville; 1 milliseconds (50 thousandths of a IN RBl KiUU of I 1'R
S., Tltusville, Thornton, Hart, Garry, Indian River City,; John victor Oil., I
; yule,; Tharpe, James, Scotts second) The engines, each also known .1 J. V. Oil ,1 II
Fay, Tltusville,; Reddick, Ella, moor,; Drohan, Roger, Indian Connelly, Charles, Indian River pointed in a different direction, NOT14E TO CHBU1TOM p l? II I
All ertdlton of the wtat of POUR MAN Of ACTION h Ike NoHoa's
Titusville, Dinlch Paul, Cocoa
; River City?; City,; will fire in flashes on automatic John Victor Oil. deouMd ann Cafltolf II
Beach,; Matthews, Alex, Mime,; Discharges: Mann, Diane and orders from the Saturn's instru ..nby otlrlod and required to I
:Metzgcr, Louise, Titusville,; October 14 Baby Boy, Titusville,; H 00 g, mentation unit to correct any fllo any may eUlrni h.v. atalmt or demands mid whlekthr Mitt 10)6Q1 I
Waugh, Helen, Merritt Island,; Admissions: Cain, Shirley, Linda and Baby Boy, Indian Instability or course deviation. In of Brt.vt.rd the efflo County of the Florid County, In Judge the keep Edward J. ,
Stevens, Leslie, Titusville,; Pey- Indian River City,; Heller, Linda River City,; Cole, Jacque, Indian Later tests In the APS Development oourthouM at Tlluivlll.. Florida, I
ronel, Jerry, Tltusville,; Pratt, Titusville,; Fink, Kurt, Tl River City,; Bender, Albert Program will include within the data six of ealindar tbs tint month from
Willie, Titusville,; Graves, Ina, tusville,; Marshall, Lfflle B., Titusvtlle\ ,; McEvoy, Marion, Tltusville repeated firings in such short thl. aotl_ Each claim publloslloa or demand of I
Indian River City; Hess, Frances Mime,; Ruggles Fred A., Tl ,; Schlageter, Margaret, bursts to simulate actual operating the mud Mac b* In or wrltlnt....Idea.and,* moot and ooitotflo (tat*- GURNEY ) II
Tltusville,; Fongcttl, Mar. tusvUle,; Booth, John Ernest, Orlando; Malott, Donald, Indian conditions. .dd....* of the claimant and I
Jorte Titusville.; Koehler, Mar- Titusville,; Franklin, Charlotte, River City,; Hunter, Shape. The new Gamma Complex is a mint btu aint b.worn, or hi to*by attorney the claimant, or It,
Indian River City,; Titus ville.; ley, Mima,; Brttt, Sljaey,Titus- seven-acre, 115-milllon test facility. will bioom void aoeordlD t* law, PAID *on av m Ktt ouimrr m confirm:
Patterson Edwardaand villa Lo b Titusville The Saturn S-IV Bth day of October, 1914. in COMMITTH.JOHN MOT&INGER,Jft.CHAIRMAN
Discharges; Alys Discharges: Franco ?; Metzger, complete */ Loula T. Oil congress I
Ann, and Baby Boy, Tilusville,; Baby Girl, Mims,; Poltler, ,; Franklin Chlfiotte, Tl and S-IVB stages undergo extensive Lout.. T. Oil, Knoutrlx:
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1 Cavers, Debris, Indian River Bertha Mite,; Dacus, Etta L tusville,; Chenlcek,/. army, TI. test firings at the Sacra u John John T. T.Baron Baron, Attorney for
City,; McClure, Shirley, Indian Mlms,; Stevens, Leslie, Titus- tusville,; McAlIster1'L[ II 41, mento Center's test Complexes Tltuavlll 1C.utrl1l., Florida P. O. Box. US*, VVV Y YYVVVVVVVVVYVVVVVYYYV *
River City,; Beckett, Lena, Tl- ville,; Weyreter, Frances, Mime Alpha and Beta, respectively, Oct. 7. 14. 11. Z* (Wd 1904. I


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Satellite gets a welldeservedweek
A test of defensive units off, Tltusville will crown

might describe the homecoming;; "This week's outlook for Tltusville looks he is going to replace the boys with broken a king and queen In the pres-

clash between Titusville and about like it did last week. Injuries, Injuries It .1*, *", #< ill: bones, pulled muscles, 'Jarred Joints and ence of Colonial and Cocoa

Colonial here Friday night. i and more of the same for at least another sprained ankles and bad knees. hosts one of the top teams In

Colonial of Orlando, carryingmore month. That's when football season ends," v ,." "The Injuries have not been caused by the Metro Conference as foot-
weight to football games commented a grid fan. rI.xr'; / Brevard's "big
ff \ Gaines said. "The boys ball action in
conditioning,
y ton* Hugh* Sport Odor than any team in Central Florida poor
For the the
past five the Terriers cautiously into
games, '''# win verify that. Our conditioning exercises six" moves
Know one thing, that's the last time we'U go way back in the has a backfield which loosing one and sometimes two first stringers have been 'Just as strenuous this year as they second half.
should close to
180
boondocks for an Interview with Slim Picklns. average in each game, and despite what some fans ;$ ever have been and maybe harder Our games The only Infra-county tilt
pounds per man, plus a horse say the scores indicate Titusville has won by also show the boys are in good shape. We've schedules Cocoa Beach at Melbourne

Ole Slim constantly bragged about Melbourne all throughour of a line averaging roughly 205, the skin of their teeth. had only one touchdown scored against our while Eau Gallie meets
Interview He even went so far one time to sty: "I says the while Tltusvllle's line a mere small
"A rather outlook" the fore one of the stronger
gloom was ... defensive team In the second half since the
filial score is pine to be 20II in them Bulldawgs favor!" big 180 160.and their backfield push' cast for Tltusville following the Sanford open. ". tr season began and that was last week against schools In the area neighboring

er which ended 13-13. "Terriers loose start Florida Air Academy
We didn't mention one thing about Slim It was said Slim > Melbourne.

Pkklns lives in the River Bottom. That's correct, only fail shackle Tltuwllle fans, however en ers" got top billing two weeks later after the t "We had expected receiving some injuries, Satellite Beach, best strugglingbut overall .

on the St. John's River bottom a few miles back of Melbourne. thused over the Terriers new Cocoa game ended 74, and since that time i ? '0 but not this many. In fact most of the injuriesthat maintaining the the with a
wide-open offense, unveiled It', been "Limping Terriers still in there .tl ) record in county
Would iiy he's just a hair partial. have sidelined some of our first string 4-0-1 week off after winning
gets a
Melbourne which In.
against
!: plugging.
players have all been caused by freak acci
cluded many trick razzle dazzle For Head Football Coach John Gaines, four straight contests over
dents. such teams as Eau Gallie, Orlando
clays and they'll see the same
having several members of his unit
With lest than a minute remaining In the game, Melbourne's type football again Friday missing from a senior dominated starting football 1"fJ "Don Toney for example, was hit with a Evans, Florida Air and

Head Coach Bob Koontz who, from the sidelines led the Bulldogs night, according to Gaines. : cross body block from the blind side wnile in Cocoa Beach. The tie ball game
team, it's been a problem of how is
ttlru 20 straight inter.Brevard games without a lost, tried from Without revealing squad sec. adhesive strong pursuit of a ball carrier. There's no excuse was caused by Daytona Beach

the sideline again Friday night but the referees didn't hear him. rein Gaines said, "They know tape. for this accident because the officials did not Seabreeze in the season opener.

Ha was jumping up and down, screaming his lungs out pushIng we'll be running a lot of offense Last lost week against Melbourne, the Terriers blow the whistle. Barry Gouge was injured After nearly 14 days of rest the

and shoving, really rantln' and ravin'. particularly the shotgun formation the services of a promising young Gary Hut while a bunch of defenders piled on after a Scorpions will re-group their
junior halfback, quarterback and defensive tackle. Charlie Griffin received a cleat wound. forces and clash with Mel
Tltusvllle's coaches on the other hand, were holding their We have no choiceThey're .
breath, hoping the referees didn't hear him. so much larger than halfback Gary Hart. He was the first alternate From the outside appearance the wound was bourne, Oct. 30, in a game that

The confusion wii plain to the coaches, but it's our guess, we: are, we can't possibly ex behind veteran Charlie Huggins at the Bill Morgan Enters healing fine, but infection started on the inside might settle the dispute over

only a few people In the stands realized the problem In question, pest to plav head up, man to quarterback position Hart, received a broken Florida PGA Tourney something we knew nothing about. Gary the county championship
wrist midway through the second half. Cocoa High's Tigers meet a
To man football. Hart broke his wrist while making a tackle.
stop the clock In the doting seconds, Titusville Quarterback
Charlie Last week, just in case, a local ambulance Bill Morgan, new Golf Professional And Joe Summer received a broken elbow tough Orlando Edgewater team
took the from center turned around and
Huggins snap "Last week we tossed every. service dispatched two ambulances to the at Royal Oaks Golf something on the same prlDclple.Friday's rated by the Miami Herald's
fired a p'81lnto the ground to stop the clock. Trouble was it was at Melbourne exceot the in of No. 4 in the state.
thing game speculation possibly more Injuries and Country Club has enteredthe game, the Terriers will have Prep poll as
behind him. Now's when Koonti was yelling and Titusville'sJohn kitchen sink. Friday, Gaines : or reoccurrence of old leading the Metro
wounds. For John Florida PGA Tournamentat missing from the first string, possibly Howard Edgewater,

Gaines was holding his breath. hinted, fans mlcht see a sink Gaines, it's something he can probably look Naples, which started today. Bain, right halfback and Don Toney, left Conference with a 5-0-0 will

The referee simply picked up the bill and ruled it an In- If they pay close attention. forward to after each game, wondering how guard, and HartBowling probably outweigh the Tigers

complete pass "Against Melbourne we used who are presently leading Bre

To set the record straight, Melbourne had a clean cut thance the quick kick the statue of vard's "big six" with three

to'beat TituivUle on that very play. If one of their linemen had liberty, the fake statue of liberty county wins.

been playing heidi up ball, all he had to do wn haul in the ball, shotgun formation. "T" PETTY IS 1964 NASCAR CHAMP I After tying Tltusville last

tuck it under hit arm and go like a bat out of Georgia for the formation, unbalanced "T" anda RICHARD PETTY,27 OF week, Melbourne might figure
lot ( trick plavs Includingthe Cocoa Beach as a comparative
goal posts o ,
RANDLEMANNCIBTHENEWyr .. ...
\ HimmUl Ml 4 F Fch Bach A Moor.
Technically, It was not a forward pits, but a lateral. Anytime open' huddle play. Fans no + NAftCAR GRAND NATIONAL Hlfh Individual gam' Dianne No. S S 1 breather, however, the Minutemen -
doubt, will probably see more Bailer. 222. Via Chrlalenatn, 241. Finn Bach Moor. victor of only one game
the ball goes backward from where the quarterback lat CHAMPlONmHE WON TH6. High Individual' *. : Jorc* No I 5 1
of the same thing against Col Hawklnaon. ass Don ;pritt. 640. FlKh Bach A Moore, this year are due for an upset
standing, whether he throws it overhanded, underhanded or rolls
t onlal. STOCK CAR TITLE, IN A alias trim ram*: Hnrcnaon MOTIng No. 1 T I This Is Cocoa Beach's first season
the ball, It U considered a lateral. But, here we should stop and 'a '1964 PI.MOUTH.Virginia and storage, UT.Team Jaycee No. 2 5 I
Colonial boasting a defensive Pea L..t Jaycee No. 1 S 13 of competitive football
give thanks to the referee, who hid made a couple bad decisions middle guard Kim Rams- Team No. U 11. Team No. 12 1 11HI..b Eau Gallie plays Florida Air
lit rushed back and the ball without It Individual garnet William
previously picked up giving dell, 243 pound senior and tack. Jack Arm.O'onc Ino. Co. 1. SBr.vard Beet 284. for the first time Friday night.
Melbourne the opportunity to recover. It was possibly the Nail Bank'U 5 High Individual nrln: William .
Ics such as Randy Webb, 220; Indian River Machlnt Beet 511.High The Commodores In their second
moot Important mistake in Tituavllle's favor that he made all Kennv Hutfll, 210; Larry Fraz- r It Chop 14 10Borrninn team 1U64 l.m,1 George Barley year of football won their
Realtor
night Icr. 245; Harold Clifford 215; Btor.Moving 12 12 High team esrleei: riots BachA first game last week over P.K.
and Denny Hug 111 210, Turn No. 4 12 12 Moore 2 30.Bunding Yonge after dropping tilts to
Brwidlovn Trace 12 12 *:
along' with center James Las. River Lan a 10 14 Cocoa, Mainland and Satellite

One vote can win an election. One second can win a horse Her 200! Wesley Donald, 190! ; Ac.Pmt Cleaner Federal saving 10 10 14 14 Beach.

rice. One number can win a bingo board. One home run can win guards Dean Heaton, 220; Button Alcoa 10 t 14\i Tltusville's Terriers now

a world leriei. One free allot can win a basketball game, and, ward Danny Hallavcr. 190; Bill ,i rki Y hIA Team Torch No Club 2 5 5 1A 15 I moving Into the roughest segment .

one extra point in football would give Titusville the unusual recordof Tanner: 188 pound tackle. Tram No 5 T IT of their schedule host Or-
Team No. a *4 17KU
2 wins, and 3 tier. Think that's unusual consider this: Three Colonial's backfield, far from lando Colonial at homecoming

extra points and the Terriers would have an undefeated season. being) small has William Mavs ......,..r "'II. L.rtlf. Hanillrap I activities. The Terriers with

We're not pointing a finger at a quarterback, center, guard, listed on the program" as 190 High Individual' game; LaV.ro. only one loss on their five game

tackle, end, back or the coach, but if the Terriers hid convertedall pound fullback, senior, Othersare b Koevei High, 111.Individual aerie. Irene schedule, to Cocoa, and rankt .
Donnie Harrelson, 190 Woerner, 41(7. ... I t ing third in county have won
their extra would have
point, they now a 40.1 record. In the :
High loam .rl.1I Olob Dl.lrl- '
pound halfback Gale Colemanand tied
tilt.
Sanford game, which ended in a 13.13 tie, Titusville could have ; belies Co., 1733. 4ttlltli only one county They
Robert Lynch 175 pound> ...PETTY WNALLY BEATWIS'BHIPESMAIDUIMV High team camel Br.vard National I|i with Melbourne, and lost to
won their season opener, 14-13 if the extra point had been converted 44 Bank 626.
: quarterbacks; and Gary Coleman Tram W'.* L..tBravard ; Cocoa, while defeating Cocoa
180 pound halfback.For IN THREE 0? THE LAST National Bank 1. 4 Beach.
A week later downed Cocoa Beach which would have Imperial HounFurnltura L "
they the Terriers, this will be FIVE YEARS HE HAS IS S I Satellite's Ken Hutcherson

given them a 2-0)-0. Then, they lost by only ono point to Cocoa. the first time in many years eEw 6HCONP, Olile Spinning: Wheel 14 f continues to lead Brevard's top
If the extra point had ,been converted here the Terriers would Slobs blalrlbutlng Co, 12ti Tti
they played a team as big as Whites Refrlgaratton scoring list. Hutcherson with M

have tied Cocoa, giving them a 2-01 elate The following week, Colonial! for their homecoming M.rl B.rvlc.Norman Studio HH 11 t IIi f"4i. points is followed by Tltus

they trounced Lyman, giving the 301, And, Friday night, they festivities. ('utt..'* Drug. 11. i ',,", "'
tied again, this time with Melbourne. An extra point would "Despite being a big team Bait Supply Coral Bowling 10S Iii !..........r......w,.W:::;.... M ..... Florida Air Academy's Me-

have given TituivUle a 4-0-1.) overall, Gaines said they're Cherrydon Mobile Homes 10 10First Cray; and Glen Holtsman of

Now, back to the one extra point. Titusville at the present still i fast, shIft and very a?''le. Ali-Lok National Window Bank Co. t I 11 11 S/Sgt. Edwin L. league Melbourne with 25.

time| has a 2-12 record. If they could have made the extra point They'll hit hard, if not harder PETTY LEO PLYMOUTH 1-23 SWCBP Of THE WWTONA SOO1 Team Teem No. 14 I 12
No. 13 T 13
against Cocoa, it would have been 203, than any team we'll face. We TO START Hlft aiM TO THE CHAMPlONSHI&HlS PAD,K-pRIVW, Team No S I 14Br.verd S/Sgt. TeagueOn Ga.Force He is one of those 14 U.S. Air

If you're like this corner, you'll still swear up and down the proved a big team can be heldto LES WON THl GRAND NATIONALTITtt THRE TMLSS4-,5ft-39l 8.ortrlalService SBroyhlll 11 men the among U.S. in the representing

extra point went; straight through the upright a certain. extent, by tying Developm.ntli U<& Olympics.
.
We could probably have been the only team In Florida to tie Sanford U.S. Olympic
Titusvillc'S Tin.till. Maul ....... Sergeant Teague, whose wife
two of the seasons tint five ball game, biggest men are Tram Woa 1..I Is the former Carol L. Rhoneof
tackles Vito Giarrusso 220 Font National
and Bank 111 I
Again, we're not pointing our finger at anyone, just making Charlie Griffin 210. Both Mpac.onlx ID IBmdlov Pislol TeamStaff Chandler, began shooting In
are Has '.
statement. Texaco 11 7
1958 while he was assigned to
tackles. Then comes tackle Bill Team No 14 1H4 'M
Everyone knows Charlie Hugging kick the extra point !McBride TUuitlll Til. ZTerrueo Williams AFB, Ariz. In 1962 he
185; Guards Mike
Everyone alto know Charlie 10K TUi Sergeant Edwin L the National Indoor Individual
Hugglns runs the team on offense, Stebick, 180 and Don SUnsell Gus i Fauln Chevrolet 10 I took
he'. quarterback, he calls the play he throw the passes, he I Gateway Linea **i m Teague, formerly of 299 North ( Pistol Championship. At
180; center Bill Woodward 180, Act IV Lounge Exeter Chandler
534 14 Ariz, Is now
runs the ends, he punU, and he kick off. The boy hi* the responsibility and Ken Burrell 175; and ends Top LinemanThe I Rlv.r.ld. T.xaca tS 514 In the National Matches at Camp
Tokyo as member of
a the
S 10 Perry, Ohio in 19(3, he receive
of doing everything. Friday against Melbourne he Tommy Edwards, 180 and I Little'oTv.ra T 11 'I U.S. Olympic Pistol Team.
played four full offensive and defense I Air Product. 1 12 ed the Air Force Times Award
quarters, Heavens know, Larry Zimmerman, 170. .
Sh.r.. Hdw S 13 Sergeant Teague, a nephew of and the General Carl Spaatze
he wi pooped to the gill*. There's a limit to how long a guy can The, backfield with average I .n.ral Dvnimlc H 1TH Miss Dolores Teague of Titus-

go before dropping. Here again I Ia where the depth problem speed has Charlie Huggins at AssosUtod By HAL BOCK I Associated Press Linemanof Faulk Match Chevrolet Knalt.Ou eve Lit.UIt. I I vile, Is scheduled to compete In Trophy for firing the highest
Pms Sports Writer the Week for Air Force Individual score -
his
played an Important factor That's the first game ill year Hug. quarterback the biggest of the [ part in the Tavern I Atlnltera I the rapid fire event Oct. 19, usIng
NEW YORK AP 292 out of MO.
( ) Virginia upnel victory Hardwar over 5psc*
gin has gone four full quarter, offense and defense Howard running backs at 175; Halfbacks never had beaten Army before The smallest lineman the I Deli 1-1 silhouette targets at 25 met. He Is a member of the Air
on
llaln George Elchert David I Act IV Lounge ever Ornl
and .
Batty Gouge generally played the defensive halfback and there was no reason to believe I field at 5-8 and 197 pounds, Win. Dynamk. S. 0 era.The Force team which currently:
slut, however both are injured. Ward and Howard Bain, all the Cavaliers were goingto I get took over at middle guard No.Rlv.ralJ 14-1-1 T.iao ever Team former Green Cove holds the .45 caliber record.
about 155 and fullbacks Glenn
; change that pattern when the when sophomore John Nipon- rir.t National Bank ever Bratd- Springs (Fla) High School stu Sergeant Teague It assignedfor

Long and Sam Wortham, 103. two teams met last Saturday. Ick, a "10, Zt5 pounder, was lost love's Gateway T. aao La 11... eve nr.- dent placed second In the International Air Force duty at the USAF

Rut Virginia middle guard Jim for the season with calcium ton. I .! Rapid Fire event of the Marksmanship School Lackland
"Back Of Week"Had heard and after Air Product ever Titu.vlll Olympic trials at Ft Bennlng. AFB Tex.
\Vlnget a rumor deposits In his knee. Tile Terra S 1Wed. ,
Cagers Whip he got through spreading the Normally an offensive guard,

word, the Cadets wound up on U'Inget made the switch with no Night...'. Handka ? '"
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the short end of a 35-14 score.Wlnget trouble and the Cavaliers, who outh.Wa Tram Motor eupply n II t I"l

I Lot Of Help Puerto RicoTOKYO who made 11 unassisted lost their first two games, have Tram Swan No.RarUy I Realtor 11 12.I

tackles and helped out on won three straight with him MKPH No 1 10.
(AP-The U,S. basketball 10 others, was named today as I anchoring the defense. I MKPH No. 3 1 I
Mlaalng Link I I
team moved into the
TULSA Okla, (AP) "I had tense helped by trying to get the final for an expected head O
a lot of help in that Coach ball back." head clash with the Russians by It"N" '" HI>

Dobbs, the receivers, the other whipping Puerto Rico 62-42 TWIN TOWERS
boys even the defense." The Rhome-led onslaught has today at the Tokyo Games and
topped SO points in each of the iHUTtt AMUTMENTl YOLKS WAGENIRepair
That was Jerry Rhome's comment keeping intact merica's unblem R@SFTRUSSES
last two games, with Louisville ished record in Olympic COCOA BUCK
cage
today about the record
the latest victim 58-0. competition ',.. (",.d AIIr.uI"'hl
seven touchdown lie
passes
Rhome. who led the Southwest
threw for Tulsa University last and Service
Conference In
passing as a sit
Saturday to win him Associated .
i phomore at Southern Methodist
Itess Back of the Week honors, : 'Hlrr'IIO! ua.c..ua TAhktILSCT

IX Rhome keeps getting help son now and has good shots record.at two sea. In Titusville at

like that he'll write his name in one career .

national collegiate football With six games left, he needs Ar. asiJ >hr.Il4 ..... MIIrMTSIsIM11

rrrrt honks three more times I only nine touchdown totes to William H. (Bill) Clarkroa LMtMt IHf T..... Pt.f............ .,..... AMERICAN

j before Wt Is over. break the collegiate mark of :3. BRUCE'S

.MM said Coach Glenn I He has M completions this season SERVICE

f set UD olavs to give hima out of 131 attempts Canaveral Port Authority PANNING LUMBER CO.
chance to break the 23-year- toward the
season standard of BROAD ST. fc WASHINGTON AVE.
o* lecord for most touchdown 174.And IBIiriM XOVSMHCBr : a NEW U. S. 1 SOUTH INDIAN RIVER OTT

tosses In one game. His receivers he needs only 50 more *. A". ft. For B* vr.... R. Clara PHONE 2874m TRAINED MECHANIC ON DUTY!
grabbed Uof, Jthe 44 passes comfkHiom to set a fareert'l'I.'tJI'd.

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eet Here Nov.1 En Beautification Bowl Record TakeNorth



-------1 1I Brevard drivers set an lously won seven classes at one (tlac: Vhltey Cay F Stock A*
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iter Park Parkers, a semi.essional I II
all time record at the Seminole time.
I
tomatlc. Paul
Mustang: .,
football team and '
nplons of the Florida Foot- I Spartans Move Info First Place Timing Association1! GenevascoJa Dick Cherry. consistent winner sharpe, I Stock Automatic Pnntlac -
()! Drag Strip Saturday at Geneva, took A Sports 'I
League last year, will I night Jack Health, L Stock, M
I clan In a 1964 Corvette stingray
the Tampa AB-Stars on Tirille's : I Out of 42 possible classes, TI. : Carbon! Payne, C Alter Corvalr; Dan Brinson, N Stock,

v..1 In the Draa First Field Annual Sunday Beau-, In Cily's Flag Football LeagueThe lusville brought how 11 first I. Crosby: Bob Price, B Factory Plymouth. All are from North
'
anon place trophies the most collected Experimental Ford; Ron Lakln Brevard.
BowL Spartans moved past the I The 0 itors led bv Aaron by North Brevard drivers B Stock GTO; Larry Bolik. DS Taking tcp e4bnlnator was
red I by PRIDE, Inc, all Bums Into first place in Kahn and Bill Baker l kept the I since the Osceola strip 'I Automatic, Plymouth; Bob Barry McMttw\ In a AA Fuel
e proceeds will be used in Football Galore alive with fine quarterbacking opened. Local driven hid prevslty Batts, E!: Stock Automatic, Pon-. Draper
the League
Flag
City's
eautlficaUon of the City of AITGN 1 John Lord finally broke
Kasville. The game will climax Saturday after downing the loose fur the score The extra
IfcTweekend_ of plant sales by the -. I Panthers 13.0. point attempt failed.

ITHusville Garden Club. Pro- I (By "Charley" Alton) I over most of us. If he don't An outstanding Spartan de- The Gator drive late in t h e Gators Got Secrets? I
Leads from this drive will also We keep tryin' to write stuff I like the color of a worm, he fensive team held the PanthersIn fourth quarter was stopped on
pedonated to the beautification that will help others catch more Just goes home and mixes up a midfield most of the contest the :yard line
fish but It ain't! always easy to I batch of plastic and makes Jim McKinney scored' both Frank Warren caught Tim I ,
Winter Park Parkers, do especially when hardly no some that he does like. In this Spartan touchdowns and the extra Kelly behind the goal line for of Florida Gator football Alabama line. Graves ..altt\ was a real
[Coasting a line averaging nearly one Is doln' any catchin' to case, he told m that the best point to lead the league in the touchdown giving the Ga squad is leading to speculation I challenge to( try and beat the
has had Gators
ItOO; nd a backfield near the WO- I speak of. We're luckier than !color of purple right now has high scoring. Greg Warren's 70 tors a one point lead that Coach Ray Graves is cook Graves the Alabama Tide! on their home
pound mark, have amassed I most folks, I guess. A lot of just a little more red in it than yard end run set up McKlnney's StandingsTeam I ing up some real trouble for the working out behind locked gates I field two years running The
I an unbelievable 497 point total in real nice folks have been kind I some he had been makln'. We first touchdown W L T highly rated Alabama. foe this since the first of the week, bar Galore won last year 10-7.
Illf games and are undefeated, I enough to share their fishin' I never would thought much' In the second game, the Ga Spartans 100 Saturday. ring even sportswriters I The only man on the Injurylist

Ituitied and unscored on during I secrets with us, and most of about it before, but mlxln that tors, trailing one point with Bums 100 Graves said Tuesday that the Alabama and Florida place was halfback Jack Itarper,
[those 11 games them they don't mind if we pass plastic would have to be a lot three minutes remaining in the Gators 101 Alabama team is ranked tops In undefeated records on the line recovering from a twisted knee.
group of boys with football I 'em along If they do ask to like mlxln' paint There are game, captured a Charter quar Panthers Oil the nation in defense and that Saturday in a bid for national He was progressing rapidly said
[experience from college serv- : keep their secrets, we try to do only so many basic colors, and terback In the end. tone for a Chargers 010 he was working in offensive recognition and the Southeastern I Graves, and possibly could see
ice; and high school teacmsI I that, but mostly flshln' folks the rest are made up of combinations safety and won 8 7, Terriers Pups 010 lineups In an effort to crack the Conference lead. action Saturday at Tuscaloosa.
throughout the country, the :like to help others have more of them. If we can
Parkers are coached by Orange fishin fun. remember our colors correctly,'

I County football coaches Fred I The trouble Is that when we black and red win make purple 'I Favored Over Florida I
Crawford and Bobby Fox. keep writln' about catchln' fish, And, of course, the amount of Alabama
Fly. Cape Kennedy employees most everyone else is gettin' I I each color in the combination
ire playing on the first units. skunked, then we credit for will determine the blend. Florida
get i
InH Alabama over : Everybody
of showed only 36 correct picks
from the scene
of this miles
CLAASSEN leaf method picking away
HAROLD
1 1wCl'kl'nd'l
Advance tickets By
are now on
either braggln' or just plainlyln' that Alabama bad
I for 10! knew a
Naturally, we still don't know I football decisions a average.
sale at Sears and Shaffers Hardware Associated Press Sport WriterTOKYO college! action.
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[ But It ain't that at all. In
Joe Namath.but
for how fish color but I That made the scawn't: figures fine quarterback:
[ for *1.SO.tfi sure see (AP) Can you gamest The tea here Is green I
,
We Just know a lot more fishin'holes Just how green can be seen 171-71101' 690. the Crimson Tide's line hasbeen
I we have to assume they do see think of a better spot than the So Is any football forecasterwho !
than most people who I the next winners a surprise.) A battle of
determine differences In color.I Japanese capital to use the tea is three weeks and 6,000 from last't'ek'. choices which Here are :
read this column. And sooner ranking powen.
'JiyVee J Gridders or later, we find fish.
I Notre Dame over Stanford
Sometimes It works the other
Notre DroVe subway alumni
way around, too. Genl'rallyspeakln' ECecene thorn In Tokyo an chant
May Satellite I In Tradition Off even ;
fish are motivated by ing .'It'. like old times" John
one thing, hunger, If a feller Iliiarte blends power with pass
keeps huntin for 'em and fish- ing while guiding the Irish
[Mere Tonight In' for 'em he can usually find I
I
hungry fish. After that, it'sa Ohio Slate over \UsconsIni:
TltusvUIe High School's Jun- matter of puttin' the right Before the slut n( the season,
lor,Varsity football team try for bait In front of 'em, and the And Wisconsin was rated a Big Ten
;their first win of the season on fish will generally start doin' McCarthy Stengel title daikhone. The Badgers

,, y' Draa Field tonight as they host what comes naturally. No matter will be darker by nightfall Sat
,I Seabreeze. what the weather unless it urday black and blue, that Is.

1'":After losing three straight to gets too doggoned cold, of course I By JOE REICHlER would help him. change might be In order" I In complete charge, would be I lulled In all trades. I Southern California over Call
Seabreeze, Eau Gallie and Melbourne it's just a matter of tryin' Associated Press Sports Writer "Looking back now, I can see I Keane said he had been assured [given a free hand in appointing "That'i coned," confirmed fornla : The Trojans squeak

t "" the Jayvees, coached by one spot after another until you I NEW YORK (AP) In hiring where we were wrong I believe by llouk that he would be : his coaches and would be con. Houk. through.

Floyd Davis and Dick Gadapee, find 'em.LIke I I I Johnny Keane as manager the now that managing a team on I Illinois ever UCLA: The Call
... should be near full strength tonight the other afternoon. It proud New York Yankees have which he played was a handicapto fornlan.1, ipllled by Notre Dame
since many of the players was windy, chilly, an' nobody gone outside their own family him It made things a lot Will Braves Change last neck, get a second straight
.have now been declared eligible. would be likely to pick it for a and turned to a seasoned pilot in tougher for him. I honestly look at Midwest power The
'In their season opener against good fishin'! day. But it was the tradition of Joe McCarthyand think Yogi is better suited In his I Illinois defense will decide.
Daytona Beach Seabreeze, the the only day we had off so we Casey StengelThe present job (scouting). lie has Texas over Rice: The Longhorns -
Terrier Pups played with only went fishin'. We found a few new Yankee manager, a not been hurt financially The start another winning\
14 boys, and lost 2842. little fellers, but nothin' like veteran of 35 years of baseball Yankees have a warm spot In j i'A\ For 'A' Today? streak with Marvin Kristynlk
I the one we wanted for supper warfare, combines the quiet but their hearts for him and we the hero.
so we just counldnt get any firm discipline of McCarthy and hope he will be with us for a Syracuse over Oregon State:
A: tads Royals thing there either. Then, just the patience and daring of Sten. long time" CIUCAt.O; (AP) The Milwaukee need six votes for approvalfrom Louis and recently Charles 0Flnley How did the Mew Yorkers ever
when we were runnin' out of Houk said he had several 1 Braves' board of directors the nine other National was stopped in an attempt fore their opener to Boston Col
f' time, as well as places to fish, gel.Like McCarthy and Stengel'' other candidates in mind to meets today .to decide League clubs. to pull out of Kansas City.! legs Jim Nance and Floyd
I T. Victory we got to a little pond out on Keane enjoyed many years of succeed Berra but decided on I whether to shift Its National Its anybody's guess what Atlanta Is JO positive it will Little give the Orange a rugged
the Island. We knew it bad I success In the minors before Keane the minute he learned League baseball franchise to At action the league will take If the get a major league team that an one-two punch.
., tHE ASSOCIATED PRESS big bass in it, as well as some getting an opportunity to manage John was available lanta. I Braves seek approval for a III million civic stadium hat
real big catfish, and some nice I in the big leagues Again Keane was manager at Omaha Speculation that the board. franchise shift In the past, the been constructed. Nebraska over Colorado: No
., len Bockhorn came off the big bream. The trick is always -i like McCarthy and Stengel l, when Houk directed the Den. will vote to move the club was National League has quickly The big factor In a move is matter who II quarterback
I bench during the first half Tuesday get 'em to hit, and that Keane received his major ver team in 1953-M.:97. Each given Impetus Tuesday when approved requests which included broadcasting rights !In Milwaukee the l1u kel'!, the team rolls on
night to score 22 points and ain't easy. We'd been Itch In' I league baptism elsewhere be- won a league title. Houk came league President Warren lllM the move of the same Braves the liravcs are cut off to and on.Gelrala.
spark the Cincinnati Royals to a to fish in this particular pond fore being tabbed by the perennial up to the Yankees as a coach In announced that a league mwt from Boston to Milwaukee, the the south by Chicago, to the Tech over Tulane;
121.113 victory over Los Angeles for years. It had been stocked American League cham 1151, and was promoted to man Ing will be held In New York Dodgers from Brooklyn to Lo east by Detroit and to the Perhaps the Tech Engineers
in the only National Basketball and we knew that too. But pions. ager In 1M1. Keane advanced to Thursday 'to further discussthe Angeles and the Giants from northwest by Mlnnewita should have stayed In the South
Association action the man who owned it wouldn'tlet In agreeing to a the Cardinals as a coach In 1959 Milwaukee-Atlanta situation! New York to San Francisco Atlanta's geographic situation! eastern Conference a year long.
The t-foot-4 former Dayton anybody fish It. And then oneyearterm and succeeded Solly liemus as thereon" I The American League has opens the entire southeast to er and reigned is champions
Yankee man- and lake action
standout, more or less a forgotten the guvmlnt bought him out Tuesday .as manager In July of 1M1 denied shifts In the put Bill radio and television right, I. Navy over Pittsburgh: A close
the 52 Texan decided
man on the Royals' star. and we started fishin' It. Butit ager, year-old Although not as fureceful aillouk If a franchise move Is Veetk was blocked In efforts to which could run Into the millions one with !Roger Staubach giving;
succeeded Yogi Berra, who had the Braves, will
studded squad, provided the still didn't make much difference taken over the Yankee leader Keane has proved more upon by they move the Browns out of St In revenue. the Middles a slight edge.It's .
impetus that enabled Cincinnati It's just about Impossible than once that he can be tough Russian Edges -- ----
to fight off the stubborn Lakers to catch more than one previous when the occasion demands.

As usual, Oscar Robertsonwith fish out of It at a time. That's This lack of experience together Like McCarthy, he is quiet, Thomas In Jump
33 points led the scoring. enough to scare all the other fish with the fact that he was serious and determined to have
Burly Wayne Embry pulled in the pond and you'd just as' taking over the reins of a teamon things done his way with little TOKYO (AP) Ruaela'sYalery AGame Partnership
down 23 rebounds. Jerry West, Brutnol won the Olympic
well go home. It'll be a long which he had been one of the fanfare or showmanship!
,Elgin Baylor and Dick Barnett time before you can get another boys, proved to be Bern's "I can be tough if needed," he high jump gold medal Wednesday
with 28, 24 and 21 points, respectively I one to bite. Anyway, I kept undoing. said "Ball players have a rightto with John Thomas of the 'ir
were the Laker leaders. I work In' that little pond with a General manager Ralph do things to relax. But if they United States second and John !
It was Cincinnati's second purple worm and finally one of (look, who engineered both get out of line, I never found one Rambo, another American, r
victory in three games. Los 'em hit it He weighted about moves admitted this in a candid who wouldn't agree that a little 1 I third. I v
Angeles Is even at 1.1.Tonight' three pounds, so he was all we discussion following a giant I
schedule finds Los
needed for supper press conference replete with And Banking i
Angeles at Baltimore and San We don't know why it is, but newsreel cameras, television
Francisco at Detroit fish seem to go at one color in a lights and a battery of micro
The Royals took command lure for just so king, then they phones. Needs Are WellIn
first half and
after see-saw
a seem to get tired of It Right """e really thought Yogi
from the LIken
pulled away now, the hottest color seems to would make a good manager,"
late in the third quarter beforea be purple, at least in a worm. Houk said. "Lots of people ( Hand, Here! : r"1Was.
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Cincinnati crowd of 4,%7J The
And that Is about the only one thought It was! purely for public
Royals' biggest margin was 12 they'll hit Jim Bag'ey, relation That was .n H semis t. mtntflnf fnnty, w.',. ytur skilled"' ,.rtM', tt y.ur ".mwmU' withy
points with 1& minutes left dowa at Winter Haven, told part of It purposes., naturally. But we .nr, banking, ..nlc. fr.", eherkine' end 1I.lntla theme ,. lew..... Ie.".. What..vu .
Jaycees Meeting Th me the lame thing. And, reckon figured !having been hi baseball tsar NiMiMUl, a.ds, ewnf Oft v. !. NV y 141 hold "wlnnl"" h.Ml".

he'd know If anybody does. ,,110 long, being liked by everyoneand
To Form Annual Foo Jim has one big advantage knowing aD the players .
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Smathers Boosts Kenney I Mims News

Communist DevelopmentsThe

I r Mrs Gladys MclendonAM Gale BoMntM. The' people's

7-1241 representatives were Joe Wood I Citizens Committee for one is involved in politic1 and
Levels Blast At and Sullivan all who value home. 1lproperty b.
Gurney I had the pleasure of in Randy and teacher Goldwater will hold It's regular urges
on a government clans sitting at the Miss Scartrough, who of weekly wetting Thursday night* I and freedom of choked
4th year level Ms week. with I course lends a very capable at 7:80: and the public: to expressly associates to Join them

Approximately m Democrats as Tom Kenney, will be able. to awt went to spend the money to Miss Am Sctrtrwtgh as teacher. hand to beeping and lMdiIIg the urged to attend and engageIn Thursday,-light- -toe these talks.-
from throughout the Ekv- effectively promote the welfare oppose it to the most vital After morning exercises: a 1 I duI to better imo ntafd the a discussion of Ute change of,Too Late To ClassifyFOUND -
United States Government and leadership in Russia.
there Is
enth District gathered in Ortaa- vihe\ Eleventh Dtetrfct and area outer-space page was summoned Utake be
how each involved studies that
SnaUbera went on to say: class records to the office The person The tonpUealtoBS: may
do Thursday night to hear Senator be able to work with the entire 'The height of effrontery was children have been studying the I and works at his job. r was drawn in the continuing battle

George A. Smathers ... Democratic: delegation from when this man, who has the duties of our United States Oovenunent I much impressed Hut our Citizens by the insidious forces of communism NEW FORD keys Friday nightat
dorse Thomas S. K nney for Florida. great honor to have Cape Ken I I of tomorrow are interestedin to destroy the Constitution fleas Field pick up at
all news that affects us ail, of the United States, the Star Advocate, owner must
Congress Senator Smathers also leveled nedy In his own back yard, refused A of i
couple weeks
Smathers/ took time out from some strong Masts at Rep*Ucae to vote even for authorization the class divided into tuo ago I and that so many 4th year students major bulwark against world pay for advertisement. -
his busy schedule to speak at incumbent Ed Gurney of Winter for It." I watched and listened to communism will also be discussed
parties, the Amcrk
one an \IITtnC1.10:
an Orlando dinner honoring Can Park, who has been labeled a Smathers also( pointed to Gur the news broadcasts on the radio at this time Notice In btfphy .l\en thai.
the other I
Party the States
didate KeIt e)'. During nm "NO" Congressman by candidate ney1 negative vote on such Mils I and were also reading reports The committee feds that this """,,..1 to a FtMJ Dora ofForeclosure
the tax cut which will return Party Each group select. I in different papers to get .change in leadership will lead entered In cave nonbindtel.
speech Smathers strewed how Kenney. as I. Joe Circuit Court
Important it is to elect a DemoSmathers said: "It .is inconsistent to Florida 250 mffilon dollars in ed candidates for President and many deferent views and not .to a closer relationship of Russia of BrewM County, Florida, 1 will
Vice President. Both sides run.j the property .Ituated In Wre-
bear like and he has voted Pamela ForriCarolyn I just one. and Red China as Com nil
cratic Congressman from this i to legislators ( one year sing a very effective campaign.! ran Coutty Florida as donrllwd/
district Smathers said only a Gurney) and see how much they against the Central and South rade Breshnev leans toward a **: ,
Then off to their respective con Ix>u IS and 1e Block K! in.
Democratic Congressman, such oppose Communism but they do Florida Flood Control ventions. Each policy of closer cooperationwith I.A BBRTHA LAWN. aecoi.lIn
party presented Mrs. Anthony Nastase is recuperating Red China and a more aggressive to lbs Plat thereof, O. recorded -
good points as to why their candidates la Ptut Book Pate
should be elected. Steven I at home after having attitude In Communist 48. of the Public Records of
.
.
Maher, candidate for president I undergone surgery a couple dealings with the Western Hemisphere .t Brevard public; nl''t\reo( hlchcM und
Corps Seeking Bids and Paul Allen vice weeks' and the pitifully few beat bidder for each at the Rootfrost
pres. ago at Orange Memorial free nations of Africa and the door of the Brexard County
ident for the States Party, finally Hospital We are glad to hear Ceurtbouae In Tlltltle.. Florl'tn.between ,
far East ttio 10thCVRT1
II Oft mm. on
conceded to Pamelia Fer she is doing real well and sincerely Novernl.r. ttlll
rII, President, and Carolyn Be- I hope she continues to do The floor will also be thrown R. BARMCf.
ville, Vice President, as these Y so. open to a discussion of the Fair CLERK or CIRCUIT
rot'RTI
On AF NASA WorkBids of the mcrican Party had been I Employment section of the Civil I M.rv Joe 1'np rDEPUTY

elected both by popular vote and Rights Bill and Its effect on employment I Court RoilHUBNCH ) : CLERK
electoral votes. These boys and ) Evan L. Adkins of Lombard'i In the coming years NOHRR
on three new coru.1ruC'1 log a lhree-story, 200-capacity Equipment Shop will cover! girls after studying how our 1 tAiarw HI. is a visitor this The Fair Employment section I BY Donald Donald A. Notirr A, Nuhrr
tlon projects in the Merit Is airmen's dormitory at Patrick. more than 25,000 square feet government officials do, wrote : s : his grandfather William Adkins I, becomes law In July of 1965. Attorney >t I...w
land-Cape-Kennedy Patrick Air I The other major part of the and will have facilities for communications I their speeches. and his aunt and uncle. Mr and Cdr Stevenson, chairman of I P Eau O G.II'Box 1W Florida

Force Base area, with an estimated work is for a one-story Ground electrical, weld i I Mrs. B. C McLendon in MimI the committee t ,_says "that, every Otl. ZI t\V"U '.ri
total cost of more than Support Equipment Shop in the ing, painting and mechanical Slate of officers elected or appointed -- -

$3.S million,will be opened dur Cape Kennedy industrial area .work. I were: president Pam- i
ing the next two weeks by the to provide space for working on The third Job on which bids ella Ferris, vice president .
Canaveral District of the U S. such equipment as diesel generators will be opened Tuesday, Oct. 27 Carolyn Beville, private secretary Boylllo -
Army Corps of Engineers.Two forklift trucks, searchlights I at Z p.m, is for a $1.5 million to the president Maggie I .
of the Jobs are for the and compressors. Equipment Laboratory Test Muckleroy, head of the new s room behavior and speaker for I
Air Force and one Is for the Bids on a Launch Equipment. I press Florla Poole, attorney the house Diane Reeves presented KNOWN" fine meals at budget prie Ii
John F Kennedy Space Center Shop to provide machine shop Covering general Janice McLendon, bills concerning jobs the
of the National Aeronautics and support for NASA's Moon feet the building will be located secretary of state Wayne class was to take care of. White IlL
Space Administration. All of Launch Complex 39 on Merritt about a half mile west of the Rucker, secretary of treasury House receptionist was M e r r y
the bids will be opened at the Island will be opened on Friday Tech Lab'at Patrick. Karen Davenport secretary of.
Canaveral District Office on Oct. 23 at 2 p.m, Approximate The building will be used for Defense Howard Gentry secretary GRANSKll LE
:Merritt Island. construction: cost is S1.S calibrating and repairing precision of agriculture Peggy 'HTIt'U'tTtc II' IYIRI'oHATEDIae06lTION
First of the bid openings, for million. i measuring equipment and McCauley, post office general-
an estimated $600,000, will be I To be located about a half-I optical''items used throughoutthe Paul Allen, secretary of labor- IN THE NAME AND BT THE
on Thursday, Oct. 22, at 2 p.m. mile south of the Vertical Assembly -, Air Force Eastern Test Cynthia Coble, ambassador to AUTHORITY OP FLORIDA or THE STATS
United Nations David Scrib-
Fart of the Job calls for build.i Building, the Launch nan e. TO ALL WHOM THESE PRF''.
I ner, Ambassador to England RVTM till A 1.1. COME, GREETKDWIN" .
I Cherryl Edwards, Ambassadorto INIIN' :
Mexico Timmy Delta Am. ir. wn.ua TITCI.VII. Chicken
mssador to Canada Kenneth .". :. FLORIDA
Contribution Kicks OffBJCFs PMII.IP A. CRANNKLL, TI.
$500 Tucker, Ambassador to France Tl'DVII.I.K. r-URIIA Soda Fountain.
Belinda Freeman Ambassador A. MAX.. FLORIDA HRKWKH.!! TITUSVILLE. Special

to Germany Mike Parker, did on the lath: day of October,
Ambassador to Russia Janice A.n. 19 t. caumi to b. Incorporated All You Can Eat of the W..k
under the 1 lawn of the male of
Walker, Ambassador to Italy i Flmlda. P C., IMC a corpor ICE CREAM
"Dollars For Scholars"The Alice anon with llr principal place ofhu.lnae
Clay
at TITLSVILLK.: HRE-
Senators were Mike Parks of VARI COUNTY. In tbe mate ofFlorida :
I and whereaa ouch corporation STRAWBERRYSHORT
Alabama Steven Maher of Oklahoma
Scholars" Is to Four, Inc. as such, but from its did on the lath day of I
"Dollars for paign $1,500 according Melanie Ilallum of Con. 0 tuber, A.D. 1WI4.\ cauae to ..
campaign at Brevard Junior Col. Miss Barbara Hepburn, student many customers and builders filed In the office of the Herretarv
steeliest, Steven Maher Is Majority
lege was kicked off recently leader at the college who will I whore rellnqtuchlng their customary Leader. House of Representatives -- of the State documentary of the Slate authority of "lo.ld.!r.-. ; CAKE
wUh the initial contribution of serve as Chairman of the fund. Christmas*gifts In orderto were Chris Nagle of qulred under 8....tlon slit 27. Florida 9 C
$500 from Fldelis HalTer, president raising campaign.If make a contribution to the Hawaii Kevin Laughlin of Tex. Htatulea of ."eh showing corporation.the dieaolutlon -

of the Two by Four, inc this amount is reached it financial aids' program of Brest as, Lynn Hunt of Washington, Stale Now dons therefore hereby, the certify Mecretary to the of
of Merritt Island. will result in the authorizationof vard Junior' College for the asilstance Dennis Scrlbner of Virginia. foregoing, and that bei/ aetlnflnd I 45c'W
The campaign, to be conducted $1,500 from the government to of local student Speaker for the house Is Diane that have the been requirement cnmplled with of, the law
by the students of Brevard be applied to the Brevard Junior llarrer suggested that other Reeves. Supreme Court Chief l IV WITNESS! WHEREOF.
Junior College, Is devoted to College loan fund. businesses and organizationsmight Justice Paul Allen, Judges- and I have have hereunto affixed let the my Great hand

raising funds to provide loan as- The campaign for soliciting utilize this method of raining Kenneth Tucker, Mike Parks at Krai Tallahmmeii.of the dial the of Capital Florida,,

assistance to needy students. funds will begin on Nov.. 1, and money 7 ,I,w. 'support. this pro and Howard Gentry thin the FIFTEENTH! : day of
.
Authorized by the National Pe- continue through the month of gram. \ < During this meeting Majority TOM OCTOBRR ADAMS A.D. JWU\ AN 'Y II
tense Education Act of 1958. this November. During this time "On: behalf of the faculty and leader, Steven Maher, presented Secretary of Stato 'r.r.G co.. .
loan program Is designed to students will be seeking permission students Brevard Junior College their s concerning class I (*! BAD: I "
I Ort 21 (Wed) 1M4
"Identify and Educate More of to visit with the many civic I Would' like to express my ------- --- ---------- _n -
the Talent of our Nation"Funds and professional groups in Brest appreciation: td all those citizens
come from the Federal vard County to explain the program of Brevard County l who have
Government and the college on and give the opportunity been responsible for the success QUALITY CARPETS
a nine to one basis. The responsibility for these groups to participateIn 'of the Scholarship and Loan Program '! 4 : ,
In'the past", said Mill t 't ap, "" .j;; .'\ ? ...
for the administration of this worthy project. .. ;
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this loan program rests with the All groups who would like to Walker. She urged continued cooperation ..., :'t r .,: ..

College: Scholarship and Loan invite students to their regular In order to make the
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"Dollars for Scholars" campaigna r{ WHOLESALEPRICES
Committee. November meetings are askedto 1

Since the beginning of Its participation contact Miss Emma Walkerat real success. iI I i .I.

in the program, Brest the college to make the I 1 1 n :
Needs!
vard Junior College has been necessary arrangements. Printing 't.t .
I A "" : ;... .. .,.. ,. .. Q ;
able to provide more than $30- I In making the $500 kickoff donation r.fx,1w ,
000 in loan assistance to stu llarrer explained that See The Gr h s. a

dents. This year the goal for the! I the contribution was actually Star AdvocateIVFCRORY'S n 25 FACTORY ROOM SIZE REMNANTS
"Dollars for Scholars" cam coming not from the Two by I


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: lo..'lvoliit. H _h,,, of roll of Mtma film
99- 1': to win Inftr CM many times a*
10H to JtH ever melt Ml II-oi. '* *i* and will
< we give you one wish. Just ask for fret
MIXED NUTS 2 99 you your couponevery
competitive priceilToday If Value
pmkN can- rail free ...... or time you visit your Cekerd Drug
OHM
CLARK :?,;;; 69( limit II Hack and Mf... Stort.
I BARSLOLLIPOPS .... $ &
Bowl cleaner and sanlthter & ECkERD DRUG STORU'\1.:\ 9
Peckofe of 40 fnorto1 (\( 23* Today Every Day! I
VANISH 20-ei. 29c. "
can Reg.
c, t Halleweeo, }Special Saver, JlV* Every Day! (Limit 2)) Free! 1965 Ford ThunderbIrd Free!

NAMI .. ... . . .
.. .
1P JUMBO BRECK SHAMPOO iOc Sin bottle 27( I D..NIA.I "_" ADDRESS .. .. ... .. .. .

GARMENT BAG BVD (Limit U t .r.nNa ....... CITY . ... .
STAT' . . .WON,,
Jamb tlu, heavy dutyplatlc '' WORK PANTS mon Sopklo Mae wl...u..wltt II.!!LI !!._oov.1. Ixt.
bold up to 14 r .Less,. 11..11" PEANUT BRITTLE.?-.,. !* Jt* 29'SWIFT'S
farmer**-full length lip- I eNl h. Vy.. w.duty.. (limit t)
par cloMira doable l
hooked wire reinforced ...."pears" ,11fthi Mrw. TEFLON FRY PAN
nan-tilt frame. n' ..dapily GOLD CREST 3 for 49( ELECTRIC BLANKETLtiirlom

$1.49 SHERBET nSt ,...,.. ,... ....
59'BATTERY hibre7 / _ -
*...trick, ...M*.r
VALUE Mtrr..Caes It to.TtflMl .
PASTE IV
REG. 249SUS On Step CttintrWAX Pry fM14 l
P a VISTA R.,. tu 99Cj I v.....

--- ---Giant "..t.Indoors. A....welut.'
:BUG < LEATHER BELTS VASE M :BOMB Can do.rs-R.q.1St.r 49c .
I LImit II) ,'
1110 gaits hpa.
.
.. cowhide

full men.d nmf.viet-of tintCompvrt 6 6c D. Gray Lipsticks ;r.1" 3 for 100(
1 BOOSTER CABLES a $1.10 lIiInl

Assures quick, easy starts for z ; )
SEAMLESSNYLON ,;
1 I I cars with dead batteries 119 OGILVIE SHAMPOO iiiant 53c ..
LtJ safe, heavy duty cables H lmit i 1 ltI

Compare at $1.95. 10TRANSISTORRADIO ... .
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DEEP FAT COOKER-FUYER HOSE TABLECLOTH IFrH' ,-..1Ie....II.h.. _.... \37* _....,.....,lo..Arlliflonolottrlc li.t-. wxd.bl.el.MNp'
1 'COSkou wemleec' eyl.e tea V.I. fab.f..t MW I.M DfiamU 10 h..d, ., nyn, '.."...", ...4 o.ryilnWf 8
I. alt..iliodtt tranilitor wit JV.-ln.. wtalormofHtffc *-loroty '*''.With,... 8 1
sits 141 ,
NI.Nrnon wild h.p.reur.Tkormowor od|. ttoiilrol -> r t '" v.'.. If ,..IITV ,..t NUTRI-TONIC PERMANENT r,7; 77' ,leather. earphontt s.i'yleg, Bullf.lnanttuna caoe eyles 1M4-4.nets..,.bisdlse.-/.lly.. It "u" .

for toottiil. and .hattery.
wtwlno. ono 4 for 99'MAGNETIC Contlnuoai action cold medicine
d..p.t (frylii AHAHIST liquid .... SUO 99" A BARGAIN WILD BIRDFEEDER
olmnl.m Limit
with lift-out I 11 in814TMNSISTOR
.. .
kaitot o < AT $13,91
too 'rkn 11x1 114Cowpofo
r 111.ti. at ': CEPACOL LOZENGES 5-s:::t 4 27' } I KMO* y.yovfIII maid pled bltkf with
I
'. 1 t. tho (oy lolort tn4MM
of wIN Vli4i
77 f moo of oootkorproofkl

0 BAYER ASPIRIN :Krw: ; :fIL( ffln 51 < '-.if l' : polyttyroM.Compete Imfott plat.I l. a

CAN OPENERMAGIC 1.diJIYs'\4\ 1"
-- -! -- At I 1.95

1 H..., defy H01TISS Hool', ."'. COLGATE TOOTH.array RM lieLimit Sli* 53C WILD BIRD SEED ;.?:: 33c ITmJ
1 \ "' ... vail to* .,_.. PASTE ( ")
s4 .t :1l wit ,..,. chrome I3.3HOUSEHOLD - -- (
Nnlik. China Wood, HAIR CUTTING OUTFIT M
i Compare at Si.M DUCO CEMENT M.,.., Glens, 17 C AH-FM-Sf RADIO
Pepor, Rf. )*e .,.
A..lvWl. :..u ..Mira...:nwM.wwM k 4 / Ml* towplot oatfH win
.gt. enbreolebla plat(, ./mraw.w...-:,."'1.-... 5.1 dIeN..wu.-1 J M?. yf time and e.Ny- as
...
DECANTER KWIfcVelu decanter with 19'If rt .urn.-.a... 44 tat (MM** blgb p44 /rep.pmt .
spas C.woo. lwMlii4 wrn.t wiut
3ROOM ..
.. I Limit rO.J .w.-isww M .N-0114.I ed..w-,4.wn.._ ..._w..... .... rabbet |ar4, lao1"*
Nebo, klo 4lf Limb, bald
BROWNIE 8mm MOVIE CAMERA i..ly .t, .. lash, forfo4 Mad ikoan,
Peil
,.,..... ....&.. h. ....-.." be.r.,. brtdl.dray wade. .lagtS. ..1141.SI.79 $47.95 4888UST arkof l.eb sad liiitro- .T
It ao4 ....,...'*.. '. '.*. l..d- V.I. I Dan m
toty
rlaht., ...., motlo' ,.*II ...-. 99 t... I huts II r It .
-C.mpl.r* outfit iMlvoH Ro okMovl 16
II _
Comoro Kotfotkrom '-A
.Morlo f ....Film...,..1.an1 a e Moat fwi.f-"M SlttlValoa. kook 67cVIEr yta want t*know .kof I Htlot, .kr*.... or* klthf" *o4 .kat thy VALUE$8.95 522 r ; J c
., ... .., ..
or* kltlnf' for fro copy of e., FlikfloaW'* WookffFliklof
1 Tl"t .ta tilt Tatklo. /." if all' ,.. ...... On/ .....*.

ANSCO CADET II OUTFIT MOP UNIVERSAL HAIR DRYER

I Smart new 20-0 eee Cadet II fifth SPINNING OUTFIT SPINNING OUTFIT
/
aatflt Include hwoqe type ear.rvlna '' iWch. ,.., NEWFASNIONETTE

flesh ettachment.ud cote batteries film513.15List. flashbulbs, 8 Linty" ..... 'JO' ...... Mlttkot tptselaq', ..,.. MKtkaf ipbnleq TOILET SEAT -
kid .Itt taN ties ebb M..... .ortl.. MODEL
(I led ebb lifetIMe n.mtee .... eassayNd thus quiltnitai
.... arty f
( Mugrh b.sdtIII. - kerd withetht
toomelhi
may. i"WELCOME
.
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CoryGLASS It lutes. de araorlebrs.

T VALUE 69c 39'' S41.95 UST 2227 $63.00 LIST 4214 i.rt YAlUI A

COFFEEMAKER ..
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The orlateof/ ftatt I-
3 t .outllu' ulna
aff k' far
top a -
tk. f"** ..".* toted fiord hif. /
".r.. tette4 SP1HCAST OUTFIT MAGIC SHELLLEADERS '" 09' type carrying
H e t nsrtatI .
.. eau.Feafurn
.-p 7eSOI. 126 fiercle Aba Salncatt
reef filled with flue and 4 temperature con.rol-na

GARDEN HOSE #1022 H.4m 1-fT.i ffoxatt, WItt ..., nd sad .. t, ItU. dryer, large mirror and hldf-a-way
I red. ... ..... lie lot. MAT otrffonf hood storage compartment,

Pd It lft. lee"* ...... .... Irmt M
19.9 ........-. $25.90I Q94 dvty rubes C
COMPARE LIST 10 12"99' W9CMW9 ell. 42 COMPARE 1588AT
79'' tic Ye .. Wad. $29.95
AT $1.59 21


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Star-Advecife Wednetday, October 21, 1M4
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I AC Spark Plug Employees Lead th LAST 3 DAYSANNIVERSARY


In UF Per Capita Donations


1 AC Spark Plug employees 10.000 and $2,016 respectively,
Monday gave a total of $1,568or at today's AMR/employee divi
$#.11 each In a 100 percent slon's third report meeting of
participation effort and claimedtop the current United Fund cam
honors for per capita donations paign. It was held under the
among aero space contractors leadership of Tom Lyons,
in the 1964 United AMR/employee division chairman
Fund AMR/employees cam at the Mayfair Cafeteria,
paign. This helped put the total Cape CanaveralFive l9 r
United Fund campaign over the aero space employee
CO percent mark.A groups have now become eligible
total gift of $24,848 from for the award for exceeding ASSISTANT
employees of the Chrysler Corporation a per capita gift of $14.00,
ran a close second in Lyons announced. The five are:
the per capita column with a AC Spark Plug, The Boeing MANAGER'S
$44.tl donation from each 98 Company, Chrysler Corporation N N 4! 4
percent of Chrysler employees.General General Electric Company and N
Electric and Space. Space Technology Laboratories. WEEK!
Technology Laboratories employees I The total donation of aero
reported donations of space employees today boostedthe
'
,
ae
AMR/employee division Our No. 2 Man

donations figures to $90,461 for Gets A Chance To
Weekend Revival the 1964 Campaign, or 58.4 percent r 'c Run The Storel"A r
Services AnnouncedFor of the total AMR/em .
ployee division goal.
Church Of God The County wide total for IJ.r ,
Brevard United Fund drive
j tfLj
Weekend Revival services,
I now stands at $186,601 or 5U : ,
Thursday through Sunday are percent of the 1964 Brevard
announced for the i
Church of goal of $364,000."Play .
Cod on Hopkins Avenue begin
ning at 7:30: p.m. I t
/
Rev. Joseph Daniel, pastor For Keeps"To r Krr
will direct the services and Be Shown Sat. .
guest speakers will be Invited.; tW
At Teen
Special and congregational sing. Rally

be ing held testimonies and prayer will "Play For Keeps," an out M
nightly. standing feature length film
starring Christian athletes will
be shown Saturday night, Oct.: -
:- 24th, at 7:30: at the Cape Can. Grants Pennteigh9
averal Area Teens for Christ
I "'::::
Rally. SANFORIZED COTTON FLANNEL
--:: Special music and a teen
: choir under the direction of SPORT SHIRTS FOR MEN
..ClM&U g Jack. Kuntz, will also be featured. -

Peace be unto you. All high school athletes are
-(John 20:21). I urged to see this film which Is Sale 1.67REG.
'Through resurrected Ideas free of charge.
fend ideals, through resurrected I The Rally will be held at the
faith we accept Ills Melbourne Nazarene Church at 1.99
ttivlne commission and we I 875 S. Babcock near Southgate
I.
Joyously; let the Father'good Apartments. The public is in
wil1bedonelDandthroulhaa.I vited. Stock up now on these warmers. Full comfortablefit
1 long sleeves 2 pockets. Many new and color A
ful print plaids and patterns. Sizes SM.I.XL.Grantogs .

.. .
Your sweet dreams come true


Grants !',itI
W >
J2S Grants Psis9
Y"f pry CHILDREN'SCOTTON

vi KNIT SOFT COTTON FIRST QUALITY

; 2[.PC SLEEPERS

PET FAIR ; 99 FLANNEL SLEEPWEAR SHEER NYLONS


Sale

FREE GOLDFISHWITH 4rtl ,,';r ..0. ices Sale 2.44REG. Sale 44 pair


PURCHASE OF lOc Shrint-resistbrushed cotton -. 2.99A. REG. 57c

BAG OF POPCORN' ; aate-tread plastic
soles Pink, blue, maize Sanforlitd Tailored P.J.'ai "man.tailored"but These seamless nylons look sheer and beautiful
t< e' they're gently feminine! In pastel prints. 3240.
;; or mint 1 to 4 yet wear remarkably well Choose run-resistant
} lti, .tr\7 a. Gay "..rm.r.tt." P.J.'ii suspenders add a whim. mesh or plain in the newest fashion shades. In
LIVE CUDDLY i\\ sical touch to the flared tops. Bright prints. 3240. sizes 8V4 to 11. Our nylons are made of the same
*
f first quality yarns as other nationally famous
C. Dorm Shirt with Matching 'antl.lliong,full sleevesfor
GOLDEN HAMSTERS I e brands.Specially styled for us by leading makers
warm comfort. In pastel stripes. SML.D.
of fine hosiery. Grants guarantees its own brand
Long Floral Print Gown generously full with a hosiery for comfort and wear as well as top value!
NEW.DESIGNPOLE sweet old-fashioned charm. Pastels. 34 to 48.
Sale |1.00
', 1 J LAMPS ASK FOR NO. 500 MESH OR PLAIN

R... 1.W \ Sale k Grants /'./.''
3 31trf
The playful and friendly pet that ,\ s N SAVE 99c ON LONG r '
children: adore! So comical to I ? I24.7,. 1,41, OR WALTZ GOWNS Cotton Nylon
for,
watch. to our
Easy care see
t" ,
complete selection! Each haa an ... ; U I LJ Rtg 1I.U and ll.U h OF BRUSHED NYLON l' STRETCH CAPRIS

individual personality r if \ A.Colonial-look, with FOR MISSES /
I frosted glass chimneys i
"" a' Reg. 14.88. a
$3
B. Modern-white plastic Sale
STURDY METAL I a' shades Walnut no- Sale $5
mar table. Reg. 17.88. RIG. 3.99
CAP" Re l.w
HAMSTER I e *
Snuggle into the softness
f and warmth of brushed Zephyr xipoer. P-tlnn lined
2.47 1
II
Sale l nylon-acetate I Choose irS euffi. Black, Navy, Red
and Loden. Washable.
U R'g. 2." from a variety of dreamy Suet 8-18.
home hues and trims. S, M, L
A safe and roomy I
for the children's favorite


pet.bottle.wheel Includes Comfortably platform exercise water large, ..c IMPORTED ifrQAY


yet takes up little space. !1iFULL i 4's i ,,r' KNITTING 100% VIRGIN WORSTED WOOL 1 I 1 1 \).


PLAYFUL, PRETTY, rr/
67c
YOUNG PARAKEETS .: \ ., ', ..' 1l, Sale Regular Me SAVE UP TO 1.42 SAVE 52t EACH

"" I
Sale 1.57 ,, \\J1 Big 4-ox. pull skeins in GRANT MAID GRANT MAt

.' many fashion-new color HEAVYALUMINUM LONGHANMIMOPS
Regular 2." \ .- Refund on unused skeins
Easy to train and are for ..". [ '"' r'They'll 82 CHANNEL AND
talk and whistle \ COOKWARE
< .:.,-.:...:-;. ,. Lirit Stle
L ,"twtih,...t l'ry it anyirhtre!

PORTABLE SMALL SCREEN PRACTICALHOUSEHOLD Sale 1.97 97Cuo.l.

Y REO. 2.99 to 3.59 .
BABY TURTLE IZ-INCH TELEVISION PLASTICS +N
uiL.:I
4 J. ; 1 IN COLORFUL 2% qt whistling kettle Corn or plastic.bran
'A..rq > ; covered pots and pans... .Squeeze
spec*mops
kLi1; 57c
( !JI'iII,. PLASTIC BOWL only 99'SNO Sale seek cookers and percolators! Rayon IIIODIII ....
.' Regular 79. T* $'.01

Waste baaketawelltil.
77C
both MONEY DOWK..USwHkly ity bins pails laundry
ba.ketll tissue diipenaers TOYLAND NOW OPEN
Children have fun Powerful chassis for greater picture clarity t i1 large tubs, and.
r a ?1 watching the turtle e Tinted picture tube for glare-free viewing many, pliable more!and Unbreakable la several la Our Garden Center
walk, caring for it e Up-front tuning and FM sound smart colors. Lay Away Now For Christmas

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'CHARGE-IT' : c "7' '. T"'"
I T G ,0
'//1 NO MONEY DOWN.30 DAYS '.X. n.&. 0 PIHTLE PLAZA
Park Arenue aDd South Street
OR MONTHS TO PAY r I I1
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October 21,1964 Sfir-Adveote Page 19 I, I

OTHER


Unkle FuD's. WEEK-END Sheer

GfamoUr1 'in?


\ (ojyumThem / SPECIALS SEAMLESS 'Tre t:


,,' BAN

Compere pried Compare e/wlltyl
Choke of fashionable fall shades
weather burt fellers Won't bee long now till elect Deodorant in proportioned tliei 9 to 11. 71 Sellerf
ore got fooled on where thaybelt shun day an' all the hoopin an
waz goin' but I reckon I hotlerin' will be over an' a fel SIYI
ere alnt nobody feelin' sorry ler kin set down at his T.V. set ROLL-ON Nowl S Treat
,that she c1ldent visit Old Tidy an' really find out SIZE / 2 S 1 Party
98c
Ille. TIle noosepaper says the er Wyatt Earp gift shot
I+ affic count In downtown Tidy end er not (After all if Wheth'l Mixed Nuts
lie is the highest in the Coup i na git shot, that's about 4'
ty, Shucks that's on account ot a place as any.) I 57c BIG DAYS With peanuts Crisp
Geny Broyhill runnln' back an' Be seem' tan
fr"hl13-or.l tin
Vnk1e Fud
,I ..flst forth.1L, plcWn her up horseless things fer carriage the ; We're expecting: i Thurso Fri.'a
Conrath 1 e
Completes
ape N of the new BroyhllibuiWur. a busy wetVend $ I F
Q
.' It's a set now fer Army Baking Course
October ; : '* < ',, Sala
Thursday afternoon j u'f "11'''
Ronson :: e
e
3,30-come hurricane,, Army Pvt. Murray A. Con- I
22nd at : ; /0 busy to I* $ I :
earthquake, tidal wave, er Old rath, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul x ..
Fud gittin the hickcups.How E. Conrath, 305 Elaine Drive, ""'j- COURTEOUS. $
about yew folks gltUn' on Tltusville, completed an eight. LIGHTER
the ball an' vriUn' yer candy week baking course at the Army $
dates about how they stand on Quartermaster Center,Fort Lee, BABY PANTS
this Court House movln' non. Va., Oct. 16. FLUID Empire :
:sence. PoUytishans are pretty During the course Conrath received Waterproof tiny!pknttc f** $1
gabby but yewd be surprised at instruction in the operation Instant lather tomfortoblel Sm..Med: JiSMTDETERGEHT 0
RISE
how quiet they are about some of bakeries, bread baking 29c CAN f Lg..X.Lo..23e 5ell.. -.. R
things,unless folks forces 'em to and the maintenance of baking
fess up an' tell the truth. Ask equipment. 11'010'!, *..s. F *1
'errf how much money it's gonna He entered the Army last Cram 2 o 4
cost, how kin they prove it. June and completed basic 19cSlIIv. I $
hose gonna really be benefited training at Fort Jackson, S.C. SIZE R HEAVY DUTY LIQUID *fl'TIdeal
it (exceptin' a few lawyers The 18-year-old soldier was (Llllli' two) EL for Clothes & .0F 1DUhet
Sy Cocoa) an' if this is there graduated in 1964 from Titus- Qt Slso *""" s
: of providin' progress in our ville High SchoolAT DR. WEST'STOOTH

:county. It's you taxpayers who LAKE PLACID PD ,
have to pay for new schools,bet. Gillette ,
Rev. Charles Bates, pastor of BRUSHES SK55ffi'H
rter roads an' hospitals (whichwe the First Presbyterian Church, E2N G.ne
must always have) an' now Is in Lake Placid a few days Denture Cleanser,7ounce.69s 1 yight.r F
ja passel of young fellers what this week, attending a minis STAINLESS STEEL 0 2 shapes;hard 3 n fleh': 'lOfW1te9b i :s"I'R.
cool be doin' many good an'niseful ters' conference on evangelism SIZE R er med.(eduh) yr
things in our county (they
Jhave many times) have beenmisled at the Presbyterian Conference BLADES (Limit teas) NAPKINS
Center. He plans to return SANITARY
into,promotin a refeerJendum -
to spend another big wad Thursday LADIES $1
'Of taxpayers money an' fer whatn' REG. 89c "PRO" Mr. or Mrs. NUVlLbrand..tclptt"comfort LOX Of0.,.PLUS ,..
whose benefit THINK before Card Of ThanksI '3anitary6elLSldlDve.-- "

fer plain yew nonsense.sign yer dollars away I want to thank our Pastor' BRUSH & SI I Bobby
Dr. Hardin and all the friendsof 59ct SYWHGE
Boy howdy, this is gonna be the First Baptist Church and I FOUNTAIN
fa whoppin' big week what with remembered 11 $1
neighbors, who SEt brand.2 gu0rtcapadly.
the Chamber of Commerce me with prayer, flowers and COMB Sox Tyson compl.t/, with fittings.R.gvl.rly1.111 .
Ibankwit Wednesday rite with cards, and food during my ill. Coma ,NOW ONtr-.""
Senator Smathers speakin, the ness. Thanks to Dr. Bennett a WHITI .
\feast Central Floridy Plannin' and Dr. Jennlng, the nurses C I $ NON. -
(Council dedycashun at the Broy. 12" : HAVItAST.
and aids at Jess Parrish Hospital epaco Utility
.
Ml Buildin' Thursday afternoon $ COLORS SOCiEtY
for splendid care. X11i
ten' the Coon Holler Shuckers Crab Smash.an' Sassiety May God bless each of you. UPPER MB A $1
-
Oyster
JETS
Mrs. Roy Stewart
moved up from Friday nlte Mouth Wash wNkeadr Golf sports $1 $1 (FACIAL TISSUI
,the 30th tew Friday cite the 23rd. 'CHAMBERSON Id.al for Pkg. 3
fet Packwoods (an its still gonIra $
98c SIZE I Etc.
be a Hollyween Kostumeparty J EWEt"fRS'.I.Try Beach
[ tew). Sophrony yew better If 1M Mttt" ;II '. $
fcvhomp me up some sassyfrass ,'IIt.L'',W4 Bottle of 2OO .
an' mollas.
tea an' some sulfur
Ises I need tew git in shape. 'heM 2'MItt' 68c

t S1.49 Set! 2 DECKS of ASPIRINWotgreone.

DISPLAY IN OUR La-Velle .. U1fjii1j

Massengill PLAYING CARDS


STORE. SEE IT. SU j fe \4-eolor Richollort.dd..lgn.1rI backs.Cards $ T JBWaAUfafiAtV | COSMETIC 79t ReM 2$1 -

UWUtfl 0"P'"*"(raared for | I 99c Quality
Order Yours Now For longer wear.Gift bo ed.,..,., | PURSE
1.29 SIZE Plastic HOUSEHOLD
85C Seller! FEVERThermometer.
Earliest Delivery! UTENSILS
$1.69sHri. PIGGYBACKPaperMate and Smoko Tote

86c laundry or waste botkot", I ]

NEWWESTINGHOUSE I Pen dnh pan,pail or troy.
o ORAL or RECTAL
ASST,
HEAVY Dun I is WASHER: COLORS 2 Modldne
Cohto'ns the fomous re* $1 $1 r$
fill\ with built-in warn. rot CIrca G
ENGINEERED I TO PREVENT ExLaxLAXATIVE 'Ing-f\o need to run out $1 Sptclal.

of Ink)Assorted color' ,....,-,. SAVE!
COSTLY REPAIR BIllS ... .
PI.lid.Ti.a.Ti in a ue. 11 r; i .l,W ) ''w.I

i I AfCADDELTTTa I I DOLLAR DAYS/ SALE!

39c SIZE"Jfc jIj af tillAto I THUR,, iRL SAK ONW Save ,

On Rite


2 Borden Deluxe Quality 12e Toilet Soap !


I ICE CREAM .ALUDINT TOOTHBRUSH lot WOODBURY J



...... \- Creamy-smooth 69' EXCEDRIN :r;:. ......... .. ,57C: s
...mi Only Wistmtiovit In M! Jergens : :
and delicious.Always
wash sire load
Engineered to any 4. 7'9c
from your smallest up to big IS 7 : PREPARATION H knt98:
pound family-size loads.Tested yearaftertroublefretyear. for- LOTION IIST vyI! 1.19

over 5000 wash cycle ((10 yean S '
UM in the dome) and still going MINTS _... .3 J 29C
strong. 59c SIZE ------- 12c TUMS

,.rMN1/. MW DuP IS*UMtaiMiM AA. / D
tAKhd w. c".elI waiMr...DMCMM. t.icowl.u F-R-E-E $1.25 SUPPORTER :e'er ....... ."......99CTEGRIH r
tnrwp Ie urnAn III
Mac. II t.tv mean II". .w.M .It
trn aAla(lite >MlttfMl' 4 3c
Foe
t MM apAlMIL, M auw-ea as.' M Lae M 'f Your First Purchase CREAM :Pwis&-----279 .

of

HA OMITWltTINCHOWM* IT Bonus RINSEAWAYDANDRUFF RING 0 BALI. POINT PEN 39C 791.58 SHAVE DUO
The bIU.t, bwlreo..w s/I NAdoubleedge
I.t s 1 Tit .rsTINUNWIn Ivry to
.'.oIM N TINA N5 N Mpg NN.uswr BoylEEB SHAMPOO Aufopoi'I.LOCO tennot.bOOLt'n .3001P bl"' stainless steel U

.Ik _____ blades I19c IURMA JHAVt
$ 50j Right reierved to limit ejv niltle>
esaa0 Ak Us For DetaU.I
nn Malt

WfSTIMtMOUSIMAS slur IT r Mod< UFJOO-I Pr.Mt FREEPRESCRIPTION
.
D*>kl Actb. wasp froirinn. 2 D** (
w.mna A tarot. anal. *ulo 'ili< Blt, .cH
area.s,,...u b.c.r.r.b.s I (1 sad Fabric. Softener,, Di1agv..lor.ard WALGREEN DRUGS '
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IN THB CIRCUIT COURT' OFTMIC I GLAMOR GIRLS IN THe CIRCUIT COURT 01' I'I''dA' Florida, eonrider eats Classified
NINTH JUDICIAL CIR JUDICIAL ef Taking, '
Birth/ / Victims THE NINTH :
Defect Cut?. IN AND FOR BRIVARDCOUNTT. CUlT lit AND FOR _RtVAaD .a. make such &

I FLORIDA COUNTY, FLORIDA.CHANCBRY .the deems proper.
IN CHANCBRT NO. 244 ParMea t. lull ..d.1 Irtl Advertising
NO. .U.NOTICE Inwreated appear .
APPEAB I.
\ TO APPKAB 11 ]OTI'I TO heard at time and .deelaraaled -
Pose Startlina NumberAt (HIT rCltUCATIOn "JP DaIUlt1M .

JACK R. COUKftHON, ee Nominee MIl I"Ra1 aa.vl.Pl.tf. lea, and each ef you, are

1 of the TrtMteM of FIRST kerabr .m.l. to appear by DEADLINE I ., Dav

least half the beds in the Birth defects Inborn errors MORTOAOK IMVID TOR". a 'r RUTH v. ANN REEVES filing an the Petition la torn Publication to.Wed. .*
M..obu..t"lou.I.. .... truit.rttlnUff. .r. filed la this cauae m. 11 A.M. For Mon
children's hospitals of America of metabolism which often ) DI."dnt Ceurt oa or beforeNovaaioer Publlcatlea
.
,... TOl RUTH ANN K. MM. to show ...b.ttbt
are occupied by birth defect show no outward symptoms until LUCILLB O. PAWKINI and defendantRarldeace title. interest or llaaa you, WANT AD RATB9

victims. irreparable physical or men. -, II., husband It any: et el unknowa of you have la and to thebovadeteribed I cents per wordMinImum
Dot..d."t.TOI laada, and show Charge Wo
tal damage has been done, are LUCILLE O. DAWKIN8 end YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED cause why the name ahould not betaken ALL CLASSIFIED ADS

Harrison Vandmlice Brevard not just the business of the -. her husband If any, that complaint' for divorce hal for the ".. and purpoaeiaet PA'ABU ADVANCE
Chairmanfor WBCIDKNCB UNKNOWN brea filed against you In the ClrMill la the Petition filed Accounts
Campaign
County March of Dimes .III.IIed
but cv.erybody' and Court of the Ninth Judicial forth !

the 1965 March of Dimes, business to see to it Each asSail unknown Pir- Circuit In and for lIcensed County. WITNESS my Hand and the Claaalfled Available Dliplay on Rite

this statement Ions, partlee and defendant Florida entitled JIMM1E HBR- said Court on tbla 9th day' R.qul
made today upon that the sick, disabled or en. who claim by through under lIst REEVES, plaintiff ".. RUTH pt A. D. IBM. I' The Star-Advocate ......

returning from a meeting of volunteer dangered child has a better or aalasi, tbe aforeeald: ANN RJEVIDI. defendant and you : R. BARNES the privilege of reviling or retectlag -

leaders in Miami Beach. LUCILLB O. DA KINS are aerve a copy. ef OF THE CIRCUIT eay advartlaementwilok
chance in life. and -, her huiband your anawer or pleading to the COURT IN AND FOR BRB- I U damns objectionable

"The massive health emergency Only public education and It any whether .. eoouna, complaint on tb* plaintiff attorney VARD COUNTY and I change the cl..ln"Uo

posed by the birth of 250 helm, devliwei, granteee, a*. !, ROS8BTTER A POE. MI BY: Alice M. rLORIDA'1 of l.t
,
help can open the doors for .I Kneel, llenora, creditor, Babcock Sint. P. O. Box 107. Deputy Clerk ordered to conform to the "

000 defective infants in this these victims of some myster. ...u..... or otherwise, ai to Eau 0.1.. ., and file I SEAL ) le of this paper
each will never be each and all ef whom nildenoe ..... or pleading In the /AM&S I. RICHARDSON The Star-Advocate ..
country year .1 tot
Ious trick of nature. le unknown) office of the Clark of the Circuit Holland BuildingTkllahaaaea be responsible for ..
met until people realize that and Court ea or before the 16th day of Florida one Incorrect Insertion. nor willIt

birth defects are shocking realities Kach and all unknown pereoni November 1W4. Ot Counael for the Petitioner. be liable for any error laadverllaementg
partite and defendant, Out, Nov. 4 (Wed.) 1964. .
New Arrivals to a greater extent
that If fall te do ao, Judgmentby .21 2
instead of pretending .. to each and all of whomreildence you than the coat of the apace

they do not exist," Basil O'Con via the Stork le unknown, barIng default the will be token against IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or occupied by the Item la tb..dve.t.mo"t .
you for relief demanded lathe .
er claiming te have any THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .
nor. National Foundation President right, title or Intereit In or complaint. IN AND FOR BREVARD :
2 te the following described THI NOTICE shall be publlihI COUNTY FLORIDA Al Dp.rln..Ia
said. property, which 1* the euh I each week for four eon'seenlive LAW NO. 1100 Hopklna Ave.
Jut week la THE TITUS. 711"OTIC Dial
m.tle'4I' tb. above* 287.C1
Among these realities to which tylrd cause, Viol VILLE STAIt-ADVOCATE. a I 01 RULE MM Office 5:30
Lot 872, Unit """::io.' newipeper of general' circulation TATE DEPARTMENT Balling Addreaa. Drawer A
7. Hampton
go many citizens shut their Homea Subdivision, according ara.a....1M Wath4al06amoL I.i Brevard County, florida Of FLORIDA, aa Agency of the Tltuivllle. 11..

minds he said, are in to tbe plat thereof, aa recorded DONE AND ORDERED at Tlnvllle. ,t.t o Florida, Petitioner
Florida tble 18th of
day
In Plat Book 14. Page
nocent children born with open M, of the Public Record "We'd like a table by the drums, please." October, 11tCURTIII v.RED M. SHELDON .t .1"

spines, swollen skulls, missing of togetBr TWvard with County the ,following florida:| R. BARNES. Clerkof Do.nd.nt.. Special Notice

limbs, facial disfigurements, and One .iTS OB refrigerator, TB304 the Circuit Court NOTICE PROCEEDING or

perhaps worse of all, sound bodies One (I) OB range, JM lev Bvt V.Deputy 8. Seamier-Cle-rk- IN THE NAME: AND BT THE NOTICEI

retarded minds. One (1) OK beat pump, WTC NOTICE OP SALI: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF AUTHORITY OF THE ITATE OF hereby wish to give notice

harboring aspiIncludIng Notice It hereby given tint THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Circuit Court BeelROHHETTER FLORIDA that I will not be responsiblefor
The results of widespread failure lbs building and appurtenance purauant to lh. final decree of IN AND FOR BREVARD A POE To ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN debts incurred by
located thereon foreclosure tad sale intend In the COUNTY FLORIDA, Attorney for and to.n periona and persons
that these conditions .
to recognize and together with the turn.Itur. pl.lntlf other than
HUM pending In the Circuit Court CHANCERY NO. mUMOTICK Eau (Gallic partlea having er claiming any myself.
are real and that some .. turnl.bl",.. sad flaturaasituated In and for Brevard County, FlorIda TO IIKfKIO Oct. 14, IS, Nov. 4 (Wd.) 19S4. ,right title, Ipt.re.t eatate, mortgage Hobert W. Galloway

about them JPM tb.rel. sad locatedthsrson. can. docket number 2M7T the HAMPTON HOMES CORP. INC. 21 or 1.11 to or la the Oct. 21 28 Nov. 4 Wed.
be done ( ) 1964
,
thing can HospitalActivity underilgned Clerk will ...1tb.. OF COCOA a Florida corporation. parcel of land b..ln.ne deecrlbed ,

are twofold, O'Connor asserted. YOU AND property situated la aald County 11.lntf. and the following peraone.together .
BACH OF YOU are Telephone . .
described all "1. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT with all unknown persons
The public doesn't provide the hereby notified that a Complaint Lot 12. Block 0, of UNIVERS- VICTOR R. MARTINI and THE NINTH JUDICIAL 01 claIming by. through or under Day 267-6808

necessary support to bring the_ ha* been Plaintiff filed by the abovenamed ITT' PARK. SECTION A, *ccording EUNICE MARTINI his and CVI?. IN AND FOR BREVARD blown periona'' who are dead or Night
Oct. f agalnat and "le.
you to the plat thereof recorded COUNTY who known to be dead orZO'rION 2739
sub of all unknown hairs, ." FLORIDA ara Sot
full resources of medicine into you to foreclose a mortgage ANONYMOUSIf
A Son born to Mr. and Mrs. la Plat Book 11. at sos, aulgneee, llenori, creditor, LAW NO. ALOHOLICS
oa tbe above-deicrlbed
birth defects; property ft*' 27. of the Public Record 70220-5402 STATE drink that'
the fight against truateea, or other bv your
In
H. Patterson, 2735 Yorkshire the aboveityled cause, of Brevard County Florida ol.lm.nt. XOTirK OF attN MCI ROAD ( (1-96) BREVARDCOUNTT
under business. If
through want
to
of of these and and or you stop
and the parents many Drive Tltusville. you nob of you are To..tb.lb the following Defendanta. STATE ROAD DEPARTMENTOF NAMES ft ADDRESSES

children, beset by unwarrantedguilt hereby required to file an Aniwer Items of property located In and Defendant. FLORIDA an Agency of the Cocoa, Inc. drinking that'i our business.

October 11 or other pleading reeponilv permanently Installed aa a part THE STATE OP FLORIDA, a., State of Florida. O'ff Samuel J. Fooianer, Prealdent
and misunder thereto with the Clerk ot tb.Ibov."UtI.d .
feelings of the Improvement on said. lend: 11 Commerce Street
A daughter born to Mr. and VICTOR R. MARTINS and p.ttlolr. AnimalsSCHNAUZER
seek the Circuit Court and 1 Frlgldalr Refrigerator, Model y 2. New JeraevRD
fall to help EUNICE: his wife, and
standings "
Mrs. J. Westberry, Route 2, Old te ether lerve' I 'copy of loch Aniweror No. DA-ll-ou. Serial No. all MARTINI, ..**, granteea A.: D. ABROMET .1 ..1"Dd..d."t. No. 1.1 133.2. 133.3
that is available.The mponilve Pleading upon 42A87302. .. ... Samuel J. Tnutea PUPS AKC
Mission Road, New Smyrna the Plaintiff Attorneys, COUH- 1 Frlfldalr .1." llenora. creditor, .. reg.
Rang. Model
leader pointedout Beach HON AND COUR8HON, 1701 No. R I 80-90. Burial No. tru.t.. or all perion* clalmlni NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN I Colm.rO.St.t istered 2 males 1 female,
2.
Foundation ,
Fla.October Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, I7C413M. any ailata, right title, or interest PROCEEDING 1..rll I.r. for gale! 267-9481.
the entrance of 11 Florida, before the 28rd In, or lien upon, the real, property SRD No. 133.1
that since on or day 1 lunlan Wall Hester Model herein IN THE NAME AND BY THE 138.133.
described
the March of Dimes organization A daughter born to Mr. and of November: of, said 1M4;Complaint otherwise. will theallegaUoni at No.?.. ;L III-If AID. Serial No. thereof or any part OF AUTHORITY Or THE STATE k.nr T. Ogle mraetKooxvli PINTO MARE for sale $125.

into the largely neglectedfield Mrs. J. Thornton, 1075 Alford b. taken ai confined bv you. 1 lunlaa Water Heater, Model Defendant YOU ARE!, Or.U"11 NOTIFIEDthat FLORIDA )!. TenneiaeaKKD 137.1. 137.4 Phone 267.201 after 8 p.m.

of birth defects in 1958, St., Titusville. DONE AND ORDERED at tbe No. L 80-MB Serial No a proceeding to title TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CON. SECTION STATE
Brevard County Courthouse TI. 44031. lul.1 CERN, and t..u and 'o cO' (Continued next page)
pereona
significant forward strides have A son born to Mr. and Mrs. R. tuivllle, Florida, thle tilth>> day Together with all structures Court hue been for brought Brevard In County,C'.cul' partlea claiming or having any COUNTY ROAD 9 (1-961 BREVARD o

both research and bog 1130 Thomas St. Indian of October 1M4. and Improvementa now and ida, agalnat all claiming right Ute. Intereat eatate, mort-
been taken In CIRCUIT COURT URAL hereafter on said land and flu- aetate, right persons title Interest gags .. lien 10 0. o. those SaD NO. 133.1, 138.2, 133. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
any or
BORROW PIT
River CURTIS R. BARNES tu... attached c.rlaln parcels O. land herolnafter NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
treatment. City.October thereto and all In, or lien upon, the following BORROW PIT No. II LEFT OF
12 Clerk of tbe above-entitled rent, I lieuee, proceed and pro- described real. property, altuata laBrevard described and the following per' STATION 2251+ FLORIDA IN AND FOR BKK

Vanderslice, Brevard County i A son born to Mr. and Mrs. Uy Circuit V. I Court BpanglerDeputy flu tugm accruing and t accrue of which from are Lot County HAMPTON Florida, t..ll. Sons, together claiming with by,all tbrou.1 unknowapenona or A Parcel ef Ild 86'14, the NE'{ ofNB' 24 VARD COUNTY. 2.88
: 'i'I'bl:1I of Section
21. "
also out Clerk under known TI"n.blp ORDER TO
Chairman pointed are
persona
foregoing
Winthrop F. Mann Jr. 1640 5. according to the 'VII
Oct. SI, 21, Nov. 4 11 Wed.) 104. Range lait d.erlb.d CITY
or
81t.
that several birth defect chil deecrlptlon and the habendumthereof Plat thereof aa la recorded la dead or wbo are not known to ...: 8 COCOA a
Kings Court, Titusville. ; also a1'II., steam, Plat Book 14 at Page 24 of the be dead o allvei on the North municipality II. of Ir..
dren from Brevard County have electric, water, and other heat SUCTION 70220-1401 IT" T It C.om."o. bou"d. State of
A daughter born to Mr; and IN THB CIRCUIT COURT, Publlo Records of BrevardCounty. II, Townihlp v.r. F'orllA
ing, ROAD (1-95) BREVARD COUNTYNAMES Petitioner
been treated at the Birth Defect NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN cooking refrigerating, Florida, .1.4 known aa Ringe 85 East, at \ point 403.01 ,
Mrs. M. Franco Box 82C lighting, plumbing, ventilating. A ADDRESSES v..
7 Alabama Avenue, Merrlttlelend.
I
Center at University of Floridain Mlms. AND FLORIDA.FOR BREVARD, COUNTY, Irrigating, and power ivitemr, Florida, togelber with Edward K, 10"'.. TruileiWaahlngton foot thereof Eait from, run the thence Nortbweit South corner II* STATE Or FLORIDA and the

Gainesville during the past. October U CHANCERT NO. 21.122MOHTUAUK : and mil-bin appurtenance, appliance. which. fixture now, all flxturte contained and appurtenancestherain whether realor 1Mb and New Building York Street, tiff 1'8'" l9'56'22"Kurt 846.34 fet 581.59, thence Cltliena Taxpayere of, Property the City Ownen of .De
: rOastLonraxOLNBT : : Weat feet to
)'ear. A son born to Mr. and Mrs. FEDERAL: 8AV1NOB are or may hereafter pertain pernnal. Washington, D. C. the point of beginning, ailS point Beach, Including nonreildentgownlni
to or be used wIth, la, or on and you are hereby required tofile property or subject to tuition .
P. Dacus, Wiley Road Mlms. AND LOAN ASSOCIATION a aid promises, even though with the Clerk of PRO bamg the Northeait corner of Borrow therein, -
of the cud Courtyour 1n.1 17 pit No.1" run SouthHWzr
The primary purpose corporation organled and exlitlngunder they be detached detachable.at Samuel Wolfion ai 'b'0
or .
: A son born to-Mr. and ,Mrs. written appearance peraoa- West Silo thenceSouth R..po"d."t.
National Foundation' fight tbe laws of the United public sale to the hlghent and ally, or by Attorney) In said proceeding 132 Went 86th Street .t TO THE STATE .
East 600
birth defects is research M. Wilson, 1007 Maxwell St., Titus tatee of America. Plaintiff beet bidder for caih at 11 o'clock oa or before the bib day New York. Mew th.nce O'O.'SI"S9'5f22" East feet OKI, THROUGH THE STATE .AT.
against A.M. oa the loth day of November. of and tofile YorkTOD 123.1 TORNCY FOR THE: NINTH
ville. f
North
Oolob. cot thence
v. W4 at the Front Door tb.r..te SECTION T E JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or
Into why these things happen of the the 022-2t SAID
HAROLD TOUNOKER and Wilt feet to the point ef be-
Brevard \ ROAD I BREVARD 8' STATE, THE
October 14 County Courthouse la Tl- aol and file I with laid Clerk your SEVERAL PROP.
and how they can be prevented. BKTTY TOUNOKER bla wife, luavllle Florida. COUNTY NAMES A ADDRESSES Sinning ERTY OWNERS
written If ..
defeneea. ,. to the
A son born to Mr. and Mrs. Defendanti.fl.KHiri ROUTE FOR BORROW TAXPAY\RI
of study CURTIS R. BARNES SRD 128.1 AND CITIZENS Or
However some years Complaint at the times pretcrlbedby
P. Cain, 425 Key Largo E.rln- : KOTICM or MI.H Clerk of the Circuit Court Law, therein letting up. the BORROW PIT That PIT NO. IS (PART Or COCOA BEACH. FLORIDA.
and of
are ahead in this field helpIs NOTICB 11 HEREBY GIVEN That part of: part INCLUDING
Byi Mary foe Unger NON-RESIDENTS
letate, title
available on a local\ level to dlan River City, Fla.Oct.b.rlS. that under and a Sale Decree entered of by Foreclosure the COURT JEW ClMkBKARDALL. 0. lien upon.h., the above or Interest describedproperly In, Range Section SS 7, Kaeti TownshIp :South, Nfiii TownshIp of NEK 14 (South.of Section Range II.85Kiel OWNING TO TAXATION PROPERTY OR BUB.JBCT .

claimed THEREIN
families burdened with this mis duduof the CIrcuit Court ot the by you Herein described follow ; AND ALl.
ORIDLET : OTHERS
AND HAVING
fail OR
'Mr not or Judgment will be entered I lylig South and within 60 feet
A daughter born to and Ninth Judicial Circuit, In and forBrevard LEWIS CLAIMING ANY RIGHT TITLH
fortune.In Mrs. W. Lee 2917 Gardenia ft. County, Florida en tb* : Attorney for Plaintiff agalnat my vou hand by default.and the Commence oa the South boundaryof of a aurvey line descrIbed I follow OR INTEREST IN PROPERTY
,
Itlb day of October 1IM4 In a 40 North Court Street WITNEI! Court at Tltuavllle, Section 7, Townihlp I South *; TO BB AFFECTED BY IHHUANCE .
order to more efficiently Tltusville. .certain cause between OLNBTPKPEJLAI. Poet Offlne Box 122t Florida, thla 29th day of Beplembrr Range 36 Riot at a 1.IU.M Begin at No.tb.lt curser. ef BY THE THI )
.
Borrow Pit .
disaster : SAVINGS AND LOAN Orlando, Florida 1M4.COURT. feet Bait from the Southwest eor- aa .describedabove COCOA BEACH. FI.ORIDA
in this fight against a A son born to U4n Mrs. H.
serve yuyiUxYJr O a oorporatloa eraW < Oct. SI (W....) I".. ( REAL nor ot said' Section 71 thence run thence North 19'55'22"Eait BONDS HEREINAFTER MORU
which hits one in every 10 Mantz, Jr.J12JJNttr 3,1, Tltusville. > .ad telillng under tb* CURTIS R. BARNES. North 8022'40" West 1707.15 feet; .,feet to the end of laid PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED

and % l.-nr-W' tk. United, mate of America Clerk of Circuit Ih."c rna North "'02':0" Kant survey ; OK TO BE AFFECTED IN AN If
in this :riA
families country B Pit
Said and Pert of Haul
of '
wIts principal place COlr feet run 00 tow WAY
.,, THEREBY
B V. a. 2 1" Ihe"c
very often hits more than once soil I born to Mr 'nd Mrs. hUiinxa lei W'*t.Tabor Road, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Deputy Clerk West 1100 feet to the Pointof Rout containing '.2 acrei, moreOWM'E'D You and each of you are here

the Brevard Phlltdn1phlaT M. Pennivlvanla, THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR Sept, 80, Oct. 7, 14. Wed.) 1964. Beglnnlnn; thence continue by required to appear on the 2nd
R.
In a single family, .Mulllns. BojdH'VtmXOctober HAROLD 2 BYI JOHN D. MICART-
'1 lilnllW.' and ) YOUNG. CUIT or FLORIDA IN AND Nortl O'C'10" Weat 10 feet to day of lOUt 1:3(1
County Chapter of the National V iBB and BETTY TOUNOKER, FOR BRRVARD COUNT corner BorrowPit ieR and wife C4THERINEAUOAJTHl'R o'clock Novmb.r.. before one a the

office tl* wife. Defendant,' being Cb.". CHANCERY NO. 29B1NOTICK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. No. 10; thence run North >9> Judges of the Circuit Court of
Mrxand Mrs.II.
Foundation is opening an Baby Boy to eery de. 00522, I will tell pub"I OF BUT: NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT or 18'eo" E. t. 10)0 ,.tl thence run MORTGAGE recorded Brevard County, Florida, at the

this month in the Holiday Office Phifer, 522 Abbe/.Lane, Cocoa l aifcitlot to tb* bl. ..t.tl FEDERAL: NATIONAL MORTGAGE FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRE.VARI Mouth UO'411'10" Ea,t. 10 feet: In favor In O.of R. Book 79. page.82 Court Tltuivllle I Floridasod ,
COCOA. INC. buul.
for cub at the Courthouse In the AfmtOCIATION. a corporation COUNTY thence run South West why the praver ?
Center. Fla. City .of Tlluivllle, BrevardCouiWyV erginlied and enletlng under CASK NO, OilS feet to the Point of Beginning.Containing MORTGAGE recorded In O. R. the Petition filed In the above entitled .
Baby. Boy to Mr. and Mrs. L. Florid. at the hour of 11 aa Act of Congress pursuant 2948 100,000 aquare feet 111. Book 425. page 17 In favor ot14MtIL proceeding should not be
Families interested in obtaining A.M.. OB' Sib November 1IM4 that to the Federal National Mortgage IIOKTG.tllK r-ORM.-l.Ol.lllK 17 acre), more or leai. .7. "OIANER. TruatSRD granted and the bonds therein delcrlbed .
in Register, Christmas, Park, Fla. certain parcel of real property Association Charter Act. having FIRST FEDERAL' SAVINGS AI.WO: HAUL ROAD FOR BORROW ond the proceedlnga, auth.
further information or Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. G. iiurlbdd ai followii: Its principal office la the City of AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PIT NO. 10 No. 1371. 137.4BORROW ortalng the laiuance vilIdated -
this worth Lot II. Block 2, FLAMINGO Washintoo District of Columbia. That part of PIT l.r.ot.
volunteering time to NEW SMYRNA, ate : and confirmed bonda
BORROW
Ild
Indian PIT
Martinez 305 Coquina Ave. No.1' RIGHT
HOMER: mJBDIVMION. Heo- Plaintiff
while endeavor may call the of. River City Fla. ties "A", .. recorded In Plat v.. PI.llllf. flection T, Towaihlo 21 South, STATION 2314+40.15 no".lotn, Fifty-three of One Million Thouiend Five
<< PubHo CHARLK9 C. WARD and Range 34 East A parcel of land In the NW lice 784-0523. Hook 13. Pag 41. ef the MILDRED : form ; ( :
Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Record of Brevard County L. WARD. his wife, and KATHIRINI C. RUTLEJ 11O.N- lying within 60 feet Eaiterly of a of a.ou. 10, Township 24 Dola.1.B.( Rocr.Uo"a,
Florida.Togitbir. HELEN: D. MILLER oly line described. aa follow! loul J.. 85 Elt. described aa .mplrlev
Thomas, 809 South Oliver St.,. ALD BUTLER, bar husband, I follol ones. maturing in mevein
with! Hang. and Dm'mnd.- Begin at the Northweet corner of I
Fla. n.ORIDA-------- (.t'ld""Ia. I C.neuance on tb. North boundaryof 1W7 through I9M, Incluilva.
tusvllle. Oven Incinerator and heat STATE OF NOTICE OF Borrow Pit No. 10 aa eatabliab.dshove bearing lot eresla t not
-- exceeding
October 9' pump permaessljy Iaataiiad TO CHARLES C. WARD and TO K ATM ERIN K C. BUTLER, thence run North 004310" uld Section 10, at a point 150 the lagil rate, payable leml-an-
fiat Kail
sEAL) MILDRED: L. WARD his Weit feet more or sac to Bar- from the Nortbweit corner
. ( formerly Katherlne C. Olaaa, 8
Baby Boy to Mr. and Mrs. C. /./ Curt! R. Barnes wife, Huntlngton, West Virginia and RONALD BUTLER her ion and the and ef the line tb..o. run thence South 0'U.s" linn nually of said a more bonds particular being contained deecrlp

2 Box 104 Mlms. Clark of Circuit Court and HELEN D. MIL. husband, whoaa realdence herein described i tot thence In
etASMfcfc Flke, Rt. By Mary Jo. Crier LlCR.: Hartford Avenue Ex. and addreie la unknown to 8'1" IC. feet to theN the Petition filed la the proceed

October Deputy Clerk tension, Byram Connecticut.and Containing 15.000 aquare .. 0.1" earner of Borrow Pit "DONE .
plaintiff.TOO AND
Wlnderwadle, Halnei Ward You are herahy a EACH (.341 acre), more or lea.. s and the point of .begin'nine ORDERED at Tltuivllle
lotl'l.d AND or YOU
to Mr. and Mrs.D. tbl are Brevard
Baby .boy County Florida
I ,
24 Park Avenue. Couth suit baa b. ... ". 011. hereby that OWNED BYl SAMUEL WOI.". ; continue thenoe North 19
Ferguson, 33 Old' Darden Winter Park. Florida each you In the above 'or.clo.notified a certain a complaintto mortgage HON. aa Trustee of the ValleyAiioclalea 59'23" Bait Bait*VO feet, thence SouthOO'uo'Sl" this the/./lith Vassar: day B.of Carlton October, 1M4.

Attorney for PlaintiffOct. entitled ci uses.d that you are ... Trust 560 feet, thence
Ave. Tltusville Fla. 1. by Katharine C. Gil. to South Judge of the Circuit Court of
959'22"
West
required to file SRD 127J. 137.1 600 feet.thea.ce .
U (Wed. 1144 your answer or FIrst Federal. and LoanAosoclatlon
Savlnga I the Ninth Judicial Circuit of
Baby boy to Mr. and Mrs. other reiponilv pleadlngi, with BORROW PIT North 0'00'3" West 550
of New ,
encumbering Florida, la and for Brevard
8myr. feet
the Clerk of this Court and to the following ... That part of: t the beginning.HAVI. .
Whelan P. 1442 Overlook Circle .nd.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFBRBVARD sorysa copy thereof upon the I In Mfiil/a
Brevard Flor
property County The e'* of section 20. East of FOR BORROWPIT Oct (Wid. 1984.
Tltusville, Fla. COUNTY FLORIDA. PI.I"Uf or PI.lnlr. Attorneys ida.. JOUTI

Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. E. Chancery Number 2D445 .m. ddrei le A t..11' land la the BE 'i .I.k Boulevard, Towaibln 25 That Ne.. I of the NW> of NW IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
!''IOTI( II: OF stir Crofton, Brewer Ml of Range 3* Eaiti 4 iof .
Hol.nd. the SB % of Section M, THE NINTH
.... lying within 25 feet ef Section. 10, Township 24 South JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Brown, P. 0. Box 5M, Mimi, OWBNDOLTN MOSS Palm Avenue, Townehlp Range M Easterly a Or FLORIDA. IN AND
2 101tb. line deaurlbed follows Eait lying and
later aa
not than November
Plaintiff. 13 1WM. X.nf 8 80Uli
East
In FOR
Fla. ,," I you fall to d..o a Decree ida hieing r.t Lot uI" Commeoce 011 ibs East boundary feat of a II" d.I..e BREVARD COUNTY
la CHANCERY
I WILLIAM : of a i follow: NO. 3MM
Conteaeo Section 20. Towaehlp 25
October 7 HAROLD MOsS "'.red againit l.utb.
U\I U4IRG Defendant.TOl .you for the wi b demanded. lathe I, I. unreord.d plat Range a* East, .1. point Begin at the Hobw.o corner of Mtrire OF HUT
.. .
being FEDERAL
to Mr. and Mrs. G. Borrow Pit NATIONAL MORTGAGE
boy
Baby Harold William MoilReiirieac oomplalnt. This la to forecloaa deecrlbed t.r.p..tlcul.rly feet North from the Southeast described .
unknown a mortgage .ul real a a corner thereof: laid point being ea aboverua thence South ASSOCIATION a corporation
Moon 170 Lakevlew Dr. Titus. property 1..2.
TOU ARID HEREBY: NOTIFIEDthat proceeded against 'lot Iowa, t..lt! Begin at an Iron a curve concave te the .... Wait 4.1 feet to the end organised and existing under
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vllle, Fla.Daughter. a Complaint for Divorce hn Lot 12. Block 4(1, ef PORT rod In North right-of-way erly and having a radIus of 5729.45 line d..lb. an Act of Congraia p or.usn I to
.
line of 60
wide strut,
to Mr. and Mrs. T. been filed ...10.1 you and you MALABAR UNIT TWO. according Lemolne a .I,, which point per ofbrgloniog feet) tb.n.from a tangent bearng Said Borrow and Haul the Federal National. Act,MortgageAwoclailoa having
Route CONTAINING T.
Cbat.
are required te eirve a copy of to the PUt thereof, recorded North 44'M'M" Went run acrea.
Armstrong. Palm Harbor Trail your aaiwer or pleading to the In Plat Book at le North 0 degree Northweeteajv. aald curve more or "n. nclss lye of area Ita principal office la the Clt. of
IS 12' East 173.90 feet disisotfrom of wltbm the right of for Interatile Washington, District of Columbia
er Park Titusville Fla. complaint on tbe plaintiff attorney. Page U. of the Publlo R"Gr. the Northweit of through a central angle I'M1Id" way
Allan t. Qulgley. ef the of H d Cou.t)'. corner a dletance of M0.4J feet to theeoj Highway No. 95. PI.I"Uf.
Lot 1 In Block 1 of John .4Mor..n'
of eald OWNED it!, HENRY T. OGLE v.'
law firm or COWART AND my hand and neal curve: theses rue
WITNEI. Subdivision
R ITCH IK.!: 20 Bellalr Arcade, ef at Tltuavllle, Brevard thereof recorded In aa D.t'lt Norl M'03'10" Weal 744.S1 feel ICBliT TO: IIORTGAOI re- DOUGLAS F.. ARTHUR and
NOTICE TO A I.I. AlTOMOrllLBIIKAI.KNII the County, point of beginning; thencerua la O. page MARY E. McARTHUR. hIs wife
: : .Cocoa. Florida and file original Florida thle Juth 7, T of the Bravard I
page South OO'13'IO" East 1094.Ufeet 45 la favor ef the of
of
.n.* er pleading In the day October. 1M4. D.d..t.
.. alit roan ), Florida, public rd., Harry Vltreen, deceaiedi TH EL- STATE OF FLORIDA
office of the Clerk of the Circuit CURTIS R. BARNES to the cad of the llae kerelideacrtbed.
sailed bids will b received. bv thence from point TO DOt'OLAsK.' .
Clerk of pre..e MA ZITREEN JACK WEI8GLASS : McARTHUR
lbs the Circuit
Court o. or before IIrd day Court .
CAPt the City of Tltuivllle. nerlda, for "" ". along laid rightofway and FIRST NATIONAL and MARY E.
of November, 1W4. If fall to County, Florida
McARTHIR
tb. purchaie of two 1M6 four-door you Rr..rd line E 4XM feet; of MIAMI Exeeutora bla wife, ."
I. ALSO: part : of
de 10. a Decree Pro Coafene will Byt gpanglerDeputy Tlla BA1OF U"IIIOW.
:: :101l"r for; the BuildS be tiKin animal you for lbs relief Clerk thence North ;degreta 13'East The of Section 20. Eait You are hereby .otll.d
,, 125 .
FRED'SLOG. Bid will demanded In the Complaint (COURT SEAL feet: Went of Flake Boulevard. Towaihlo2S TAlCS NOTICE that a Declar- ,ul hag keen tied you In
b. received In the. .office of the DATED at Tltuivllle. BrevardCounty. Oct. 21. Nov. 4. II (Wed.) MS4.1W 42.50 feet: tb.... loutl 0 ... South. Ringa M East; stIes of Taklnakaa been- filed lathe abort .. cauee and that
City Manager. City Hall, TltuiHlle Florid, this Itth day of 2 areea 12 Went fo' to the lying within 21 -feet on each side abova-atyled cauae bv the you are required to file )'nu aaiw .
Florida. until 11:00: A M., October. m. point of begInning. of a ... described ae 01. Petitioner, the acquiring authorityof .r or ether reiponilve pleadlnga,
BUT. Tueiday October 27. 1064. Curtis R. Barne THE CIRCUIT COURT or: Has filed In this Court 10.. "te thou Proceeding, ef the taking with the CI.rl ef tbla Court andto
Bid will then b. publicly opened Clerk of the Circuit Court THF NINTH JUDICIAL CIR. Ogalost ".. each 0' you. and Gt be aboveileierlbed lands servo thereof upon the
lad read I* the Council room In Brevard County. FloridaBy IN AND FOR BREVARD you are required to file Commence oa the Eait boundary for the purpose eel forth in the PI.I.tf or Plaintiff Attorneyi,
the preieno of. City Official and V. 8. SpanglerDeputy COUNTY. FLORIDA. rour anawer er other defense to of Ifcctloa 20, TowaahlD 25 South PetItIoN is tbie cause. yls.: Ac and address .la Crof
Director Interested "...ODl. All bid will Clerk CHANCERY NO. JIM 11 said suit In the office ef the Clerkof Range 34 Xait. at a point 474.15 borrow pita for a of State ton. Brewr Holland So* Palm
by Copt. Fred lawton, h. ctudled and preiented to Ik* (CIRCUIT COURT UKAU SAVINGS BANK. the Circuit Court of HrevardCountv. feet North from the Soutbeaitcorner Road No. II. ton HrevardCouaty. Avenue Tltuevllle. Florida,

Marine Safety, Remittee* City Council for award of bid at TONKERI Florida, al the Brevard thereof; aald point being Florida,.sad that the later that November 1_. 1M4..n
a later Council meeting. All 1 bid of'cOWART'AND RITCHia v.. ..I"Uf. County Court Houae In Tltuivllle, on a curve concave to the Southwenterly HOD..bl. Wili. O. Akridge, you fall to do 1. a I
Company A AmericV Cup shill b* lubmltted In a waled envelope to Bellalr Arcade KENNETH A. RU18ELU at Florida. en or before the Mth day I and having a radlue of .of the Circuit Confmo "1 .t..d D

championthip lailirj mailer.4fAKC addremd te the City Maner Coooa. Florida at al, ef November, A. D. W4. and to 5729. e feet; tkiace from a tangent Court of the Ninth Judicial Clroul you 'o rll. .I".t
., City Hall Tltuavllle. Florid. Attorney for Plaintiff Drfendaalr.otirs serve a copy thereof en the rU.lntirra bearing of North 44'3I'I4" West of Florida, "I en the >>tb the em l.lnt This iult la to fore-

and plainly! marked "HEALED Oot. 11. as, NV. 4. u iwd.) 14.OTICK > : or I %I.E attorney, C. Wlnetoa Smith. run Northweeterly along laid curve Oob'.D. 1W4. at t:4S A.M- a lort. ... The rl
BID for TWO ill FOUR-DOOR NOTICE II HEREBY GIVEN Poet on.Box 427, 900 N. Dixie through a central angle of *'24' Courthouae at en. proceeded ...1. .: Drop
COMPACT REDANS te be opened 'that on the Ma day of November, .", ... Hmyrna Beach 14". a dl.t..o ef 'to." feet te the Florida coailder said Lot II. Block BR. BVctlon C-1.
R.kl.
Tueiday. Oct. 27. iNs at 11:00: > or SALE: 1M4 at 11:00: A.M. at the main FlorIda I you f.1 to do 1 judgment end ef Old curve. : thence run '. of Taking, appointappraiaere HOWE GARDEN MUBDrVIS-
A.M. IftT." Notice la hereby given punuanlt door at the Courthouse of Preyed by .e."I wi taken North M'oriO" Weet. 74. feet, and make such Order ION. according to ,lat thereof
SPECIFICATIONS a Final Decree ef torecloeuredated County, at Tltuavtlle. Florida, theundenlgned ogslnsl )'41 .le 111.1 hence rua South 1'1' East, aa the Court deema proper. All .No.d.d la Plat U.
Two ill four-door compact 44th October, 1064. ,and entered Clerk will offer for In the complaint. 094.31 feet to a 1'41. Beginning parties to the suIt sad all partlea P... BOl of
edani Admlnlatratlve Dae I inCh.no.ry: Case No. 110130St I sale the This notice be published Pblic
to highest and beet bidder .bl ; thence eoatleue South eo I.I.t. may appear and be Brevard ("OUI. Florida.
Tier IMt the Circuit Court of the Ninth for "..I the following de.- ...each four conweatlve U'lo' East amos feel to the sad aid dettgaated. WITNESS my bind and wet of
Six cylinder motor not .I*** Judicial Circuit In aad for B... arlbed real merits la the Tltuevllle eurAdvocato. of thla center line description.Coslainial . ,1.o old Court at Tltuivtlle. Brevard

baa U H.P. yard County Florida. whereinWK8T I Let B'. ."roper A AIRt 29.47 aejuare feet You, and each ., yen. are hereby C."I)'. Florida' this 13th diy of
H.avy duty generator or alt IIIIDI!! FKDKHAL *AVINOrf .LBDIVISION. DONS!! AND ORDERED at Tl- IG 91 acre). ..o .enluetvaf eanmaaded to appear bv filing October. 1 4.CURTI.
ernator 40 amp. or more AND LOAN ADHOCIATIONOF the plat thereof aa recorded I.PI.t la tu"I. the County Seat of Bre area la right way for State' aa Amwer te the Petition heretofore R. BARNES
Automatic tranimlialonNot NEW YORK CiTY I* Plata- Book 14. Page *7. Publlo ). Florida' ea this the Road C CI-.. tale la the ea- Clerk of the Circuit
.
I I... than 13" wheeleWheel I tiff end MILDRED A. GRAY and : Keoorda ef Brevard C.I.t). llth day of October A. D. 1W4. OWNED BY: EDWARD titled ea er before Novera- Dravird County. Col
0 baa not lass thin lot" PAUL K. DERRICKHON and Florid*. CURTIS R. BAKNES. Clerk JONES ae TruMeeVBJECT K her a,C.r te show what right. By: Miry Joe UagerDeputy
L A R nun vlor MARKETTA DEKH1CKSO.V. .. ef Circuit Court M. all
together alructurea. Improvemenle TO: MORTGAGR recorded er yes er Clerk
.ltl asp
L R front and rise arm 1 his wife, are Defendant I will i ..., appliance., R..1 County florida In O.R. Book 140. page M ttl.. ".. la I..te the above- COURT IEALI

4R45eR ..... cell te the hlgheel end beet bidderfor and ap porteeascesssss Id land n. Kpaagfep held by BARXETT 1ATIONALBANK ...d. and show cause I Oct. 14. n. 3. Nor. 4 (Wed.) 1M4.
I .rt.
I SO s II tI... Iii er (te X H I cash at the front doer of the or used le conjunction therewith. Depulv ClerkCIRCUIT OF COCOA eaaje ahould aol be takta

40UAItrn Hiater aid defreitir Brevard County Courthouse In Tl This nile le made purauant ta COURt' SEAL, for tke "*M asS aurpoaei ret forth
orouT Outside mirror I tuivllle. Brevard. Countv, Florida.at fleet. decree of foreclosure eatered WINSTON SMITH. TAKE NOTICE that a Deilaralien I. tb* PellMoa flIeS berela. I'f' you have real
# pieces I'ndercoaled I II e'clovk A.M, .. the 13th: day laj ell..ry action Ne. 2411 new P. O. B.X 43T.an ef Taking has beea filed la WITo:11 say Head sad the

: AV"P/AI6fTV r' Floor Mate front aid war 'ef November, 1M4. the following peadlag In the Circuit Court at If. Ohi .. )'. he abeva-atyled, reuse bv the .. ll. Court .. thla Wh dayef

tandard Upbolitiry described property u let forth la and for In.1(.u.t)'. Florida.' New Beach Ftorlda.Attorney Petitioner, the acquiring authorityof Oo A. D. 194.Cf i estate to sell or if
IV/e4P A.wtAlP s Air Cleaner aid Final Decree, te-wlt 1Mb day .( October far Plaintiff these preeeedlnga. RT1 R. BARNR4* ,
Color black with whit. top Lot I. Block B. SherwoodPark. ,' O 14. U. :Nov. 4 (W....) 1944, ng ef the U".Id" THE CIRCUIT

tw fICK.TN"UIII/,4fP. Electric wlndihleld wiper t deeUoej, "N" according (CIRT for the purpoae eat tlo ( IB01'. ., AND FOR you are for

YWEh5MNGP.5Jy apcodoil te the plat thereof aa recorded R. BARNES FMMtoa la thin eauae, .tLI A. RKVARD COUNTT. looking
Directional filter In Plat Hook IX: Pag ... Pub* I Clerk Ta the ilrrvit I CoorS I If you have rental row pita t a ertloa ef ( JI.R1P4.

The City algaal Ha Record et Mrevard Ceuaty Mr Ma" ..Vapor Head U-M lei Brevarddauaty. al M. MixtenoaMPuty choice real estate
reeerve the
right to florida I sal that the ( ,
accept er reject alp aad all bId. del Curtis R. Barn*. ANDRRftON. Pk rt.rl housing list it in Maaorable,n.I.. O. AkHege>. .SAL CI
... Wi.
and alo .....
SAFETY MAKES A HAPPY SHIP the right t(1.Yoland redvirtiee CLERK or Tile CIRCUIT bEAN I.OWND. aae ef lbs e IAMBS 3. KICHARDKON
for new hide. rof \T Attorney to PI..I" Court of the HintS 1-:1 g HeBaad SliMing use our classified

1"11) N B..,T.lm.ri.. By Mary Joe Vapor 1 Eeet ('.. B"... The Star-Advocate! ef I. ..I. "II ".:, T.""._. Florida
coos
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Denut: flirt t. *, Florida A I al ''posuel| for the Pelltloaer
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-Your Best Real Estate Buys Are In Titusville I II IContinued




from Proceeding Page For Sal Help Wanted Help WantedMALI
For Rent For Rent For Sale Help Wanted '
Boats For Sale BARGAIN HOUSE -mtTH'tJ""itANT. HILT WANTffD
New and Used Furniture and ROUTS POSITIaY-iv.IliDle
IRUN-A-BOUTS, IS ft. and 11 DUPLEX FOR HINT ROOMS FOR RENT TAKE UP payments, 19" portable appliances. We buy, trade and MMALI NIL WANTID the Miami Herald. LICENSED REAL FSTA' :
TV, SW" W. $1K weekly
ft. 4 months old H coat, ; aefi.. Refrigerator $15 and Phone Mr. Bartelson at 267' TELEPHONE SOL1CTT0.13
Stereo Theatre .full stereo,
SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies
267-6086. guaranteed 3S10 Hopkins 6131.
1 BEDROOM furnished duplex for rent 801 Orange AM/FM radio a inch pc- lIP Ave, Phone 3674705. Open I MOTHER AND HOUSEWIFE $\\.50 Per Hour SalaryPlus
WE WILL SELL 6 months lease required. $90 St 267-3400. tore tube. $139 H; Coanole Friday nights until 9. I need 1 ladles for survey work.1 YOUNG MAN for shipping and Commission
a month. Call 2679174 after I TV. blonde 33 loch picture CAN BE FINANCED turn your spare time Into receiving In total automotive
YOUR BOAT AIR CONDITIONED, MOTEL tube lies.95: w. T. GreetCompany money Start BOW making your parts house. Must be energetic
Jj.
hr.
ON CONSIGNMENT room Reasonable. Call 267 Pirtle Pleas, tele FIND WATCH and Jewelry repairing Christmas expenses. 4 hour willing to learn and 30 week guarantee-Work
2 BEDROOM, furnished 2676673. 4K>3. phone 267.7246.ELECTRIC Jay Bee Jewelers per day tM p.m.. $1.33.81,10 nave ambition. Phone 267. in alr-condffloned building -

Call for full Inrermatleii STORES FOR RENT SHAVER service on Indian River City. Indian River per hour No experience nee-. $333 for appointment.NATION'S afternoon and bite shift

ROGERS OUTBOARD FURNISHED S bedroom, all all makes Jay Bee Jewelers.Indian Plata canary, see Company Repre.sentative FASTEST growing
NEW STORE building for office I'XMOiM.: : Room t, CALL
11M Garden St 2474414 modern large room $110, River Plaza USED CHUCK RITTER
business. 15 x 60 ft. 1 21" Admiral console 317% Washington Avenue food chain has several opr-u
or Collect
phone 267.0748 or 2876654.I TV $75. $10 down. $2 weekly logs in the Titusvtlle area.Permanent .
Building & Const. Heated and alrconditloned. USED CONSOLE Ma.novox Uae our plan MALI HILP WANTIO position liberal Cape Royal Office RIdg.
easy pay very
'I
BEDROOM, duplex, refrigerator Phone 267-6160. record player, $38. $10 down Goodyear Service Store, SIS company benefits, food For Appointment
DY CONSTRUCTION, real. and stove. furnished WAREHOUSE FOR RINT $2 weekly Use our easy pay S Hopkins Titusville. 26T. FOOD STOREROOM: clerk starting salary, mutt have 7836441Continued
dentists, commercial sad re Close In. 267.7960.HOUSES I rlan;nSo Goodyear Service Stare; : 3013. over 21, with: experience preferred. high school education over
modeling. 12 years ta Titus WAREHOUSE suitable for Hopkins, Tltuiville.! call Mrs Santos, KT> ZI, and desire a position for On Meet Peg
villa Licensed sad bonded FOR HINT shop, garage or storage In 267-3011. SEWING MACHINE. 'repair all 1241. the future. Contact the T-Eleven 1==rFM ftSTIMATI'
Phone AM 72326. center of town. See H. II. I REPOSSESSED SPINET makes Phone 267 8>!08. Store office, 80S N. Flake, ,|
TITUSVILLE 111 Anna Drive, Hudson at StarAdvocate.WAREHOUSES Save over $300 on this piano. ATTENTIONI : Cocoa Phone 6369633 Monday WELL DPILUNGHOWARD
BusinessOpportunities off old Dixie I bedroom. 2 NOW UNDER I Take up payments. Help Wanted my need bu.3 In.men...to See help District me In thru. Friday, 1S p.m. or Deep er 'h.llew
by '
stop friendly neighborhood
bath. $140 monthly Phone KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC your
267-0837 or NE2,2300. I construction. Any size up to 2126 W Tropic 367-6385 MMALI MJUP WANTED Manager' 1:30010:30.: : Room t, Eleven Store to pick JA9VISSt
30.000 square feet, leaae. 267OS64. im Washington Avenue up application and get more "' .. L...
FOR LEASE In Immediatearea 1 BEDROOM HOUSE. $lZO Industrial or commercial OLD NEWSPAPERS suitable GIRL WANTED for motel MANAGER TRAINEE. Will Information. This is an equal India na, III... cur. riorH
excellent service station monthly phone 267-1739 after space available in packing and moving furniture Motel ly In person, Clinton start as drug clerk. Drug end _opportunity employer ___ MlemuTil
high gallooage. good lo 5 p.m. I SMALL OFFICES and warehouses i fours wrapping and furniture fish, protecting when ____ ____ sales experience preferred ------- -"
cation. Excellent termi. In- 2670664. for rent 200 square Age 11-33. Apply la person
I BEDROOM, new home, EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
bundle Sc)
quite P. 0. Box 1208. Mel. I feet alrcondltloned office I II Circulation painting\ etc dept Big, at Star-: I for Sands Restaurant 319 Mr Elliott or Mr. Slanier,
bourne I, plus 600 sq ft warehouse I Advocate rear of bulletin, Washington Ave, Titusville Ecktrd Drug. Pirtle Plasa.
UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom 2 apace S12S monthly each. J. Apply in person.EXPERIENCED .
Business PropertyBEST tiled baths, built in range and W. Chlldre Realty 2675563. SMALL UPRIGHT PIANO!
oven, carports and utility Refinished and In excellent LEGAL sec
STORE location; oceaa room. $125 monthly. Phone For Sale playing condition. 267-6385. retsry amulet with all
improved loU; large duplex Spangler Investments. 267- ------ phases of legal work. 267.$866
sites; easy terms; phone 1928 or 267-6927. 1 USED 30" GE electric ramie: or :24)7-0610) GeorgeBarley
Kuettner. 267-1481. Titusville. DOUBLE BED box spring andmattress $7S. $10 down, K weekly Use
ROOMS FOR RENT bookcase headboard our easy pay plan Goodyear COLORED WOMAN wanted for
maple finish, $55, 2673958. housework Saturdays. Own
Camping HuntingTRAVEL Service Store :31S South Hopkins on ,
ROOMS FOR RENT room and Titusville 2673013. transportation. I and telephone.Call .......Mw1w.eaN www,. 0515.MsMN7. .
bed $30. 7 South Park Avenue c'' 2672075 after 7 pm. Inc. *n.... ewes .*.(...
TRAILER with I I _
HOTPOINT ELECTRIC FURNITURE DISCOUNT -- art MM Mop iMrtmMl ''' Iwl'ee M I
13 aluminum cabana, cheap 1 BEDROOM furnished apartment 2674463. burner range, excellent con ; SALES. Mattresses offered at LADIES, WHITE, telephone REAL ESTATE Nv MM 1-C.pell........ I
287-7079. All electric $79 ditlon. $23. 267-6059. warehouse prices. Sre us today work experience not nercanary **.. Pod a SUMac' IMwawae'
SUCH
CAMPER, REASONABLE. See 2111 Garden St. Nidy day or evening Sal. '.|... a..".. '.....
MAPLE BEDROOM suite for $i 1.:5: hour, Write Box elm 14 rose Dtcln rmtti .,epee f I
at second house north of MAID SERVICE and TV, also Simmonlmattres.es Shopping Center 26?-S733 or arv per
sale twin beds.
Kelly's Block plant Mimi for 2 or S. 527 267-1926. A '. Mar Advocate. til k 4rMM Ipirtmwitt
apartment
and box springs, .. ,. .
S BEDROOM. I Bath LUXURY S *I "Pllrl'MM Lto.'"i M>
South Washington. mattress covers double dresser Ion Titus Ave ..eKI New ..s..ws.NNh .
Child Care ROOM FOR rent in bachelors night stand High boy ;QWN YOUR.OWN SFACIOllSHOMI FOR USS THAN'RENT t fenced in yard, built$13300 IB, "-11II......" lilt.. ...... ..........
including $150. Excellent condition : l electric M.NIng.M eery AN.
home all conveniences | range
RELIABLE, child care In my colored TV Call after owner moving 267-1796 169 FOR SOLITTLE PNtleg._ere IaeMi.aeed
home experienced, by week. Pine Crest Street. INDIAN RIVER

287-1352. ",_f ROOMS 6 p.m., FOR 267-681 MEN.: Kitchen__ 73.000 BTU kerosene space.heater m t'JL>:>f::; m Immaculate EIGHTS, Cozy I bedroom !' $? e'.N' "

CHILD CARE Db'Rr11fih: or privileges, TV and washer. automatic controls like W baths built. : :: .
..
week. .. .. .
electric
new $95; clothesdryer I In range and oven "
AM 7.2283 after 5 p.m. _. .
267.5786.BABYSITTING. M .... __.h .0M
$40; Std .tBm NO MOSS DOWN a NO ClOSIN COtTI TO Screened porch, largelot .--
IN my home. ATTRACTIVELY' FURNISHED VW wagon ; 55,000 NEW HOMES V'A. rUHCHMKJ a MINIMUM... nUllS Better hurry only
Lakefront Estates. 867-6507. private bath TV close to oil recess furnace, automatic I Ml per month after '
Cape andlowntown facilities control $30; 23.000 BTU surface DESIGNED Newest, moil modem development hi [ down paymtnLRENTAU Itudlo.l'iid'm; Rental Aft. t""I-;
KIDDIE KEEPERS fenced ideal for t gentlemen gas heater, $15. 267-7979. the or to I Moil luxury of Iht prlcol I
yard, 2674570.EXCELLENT low weekly rate. 2679889. FOR BITTER Masonry, with brick front 0 big land-! from 1100 monthly Ualtirnlhe I
1 USED 17" portable Emerson leaped yards 0 Colonial aluminum" SEVERAL Exreneat Models. Now Open For Inspection
REFERENCES, SLEEPING ROOM private entrance TV $45. $10 down $129 LIVING wlndowi Hie both with full solar furnished and uofura.Ixhud 'al.Mf 4 .o4aIs. new M "l pUy, No*. Oo up""
mature, reliable, wants to care and bath :267-1361 weekly, use our easy pay flxturoi a terrene floor a ipodout I homes for rent !.
for infants, or small children after C p.m. Plan. Goodyear Service Store, ctoitli with louvarcd doer double Titusville.I .
in own home. 2670288.: 31S South Hopkins TitusviUe fully air conditioned
tiding glow door overlooking yard e
BOARD AND CARE for elderly :2673013. 3 AND 4 IRS built-in I TV! (ocki e sits, window. sills o central heated I bedroom .
For Rent I gentleman la privatehome utility room 40-gallon water "heater m bath apts. Ea IMPERIAL ZIUWERStewMM
267-8969. COMBINATION WAS II E R- 1, IK, 214 lATHS CtNTXAl HEAT conertte .teweyeend closed garage, close to .
dryer excellent working condition
IN PRIVATE home for refine $123. 2672669. MORE) shopping schools $13.
TORRENT month
person, air conditioned TV
all new, 267-3096. $11,500-$14,030 Of? "olltlrvntcho", luKMn Tappan SO E.
floor Sanders Polishers C/O with hoed ,xho" Doublew.e.ewar.e '=
oI.thtl. N.aw. range '"
Phone AM 7-3255 SLEEPING ROOM, single or SPECIALFRUIT Ink*, Formica eoblMtil or -
Factory Paint Outlet double private entrance and WUh1DltoIi
bath. 7-096I.
Baldwin Shopping Center TREES ,
S BEDROOM, utilities maid '..r I.'ur.rl.. w
APARTMINTS FOR RENT I service reasonable 2674103. '.mitle-H.inlla MODUS OPEN FROM $80 MONTHLY

FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS ROOMS TV. air Ora.r.. Including prtnclplo, InMrarf, tmnm, I w
close In, efficiencies, weekly, :30ar: a workers. Gr..."."/ $450 lEi THEM NOW Iniuranco, house arid lot
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monthly rates air condition $30 weekly double; $25 single. tr. ,
ed. 417 Julia StreetS Meal available Phone 2679742. I

BEDROOM unfurnished air- Mill Motel. Rte. 1 southof ne.re.rla. $250 NEAR SCHOOLS CHURCHES e SHOPPING CEKTIM e PARKS Planning l"
conditioned, garage, stove and new causeway. rslw TresWENZELS ,
refrigerator. $lU plus util PERSON. week.
$12 SO PER per
ities. Available Oct. 20th. 1535 Rocket Motel Mims. Phone NURSERY to build '
Hibiscus St. :267-6317. :267-8097. __ Ills WASH. AVI. 347-4441 N. SINGLETON: A V .:nT $V L1L'jt: A.H< 26414* a ;

APARTMENT OR trailers. ,
Weekly or monthly rates adults -- -- 5'' NEW HOUSE .
only. 504 Garden. WANT A NEW

UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom, ..... r
BUILT
swimming pool, yard cart HOME ,
GC oven and range refrigerator Fw

Apartments.optional 267-6716, Mason-Dixie or 267- DO YOU NEED WE HAVE' MANY

2192. REPAIRS ON YOURBUILDING' I I '
LOTS AVAILABLE '
a
MODERN, air conditioned, fur .
nished apartments two bedroom Or. I
available in River Gar A NEW ROOMCARPORTS. .II IN .
den and Crestwood Apart ETC. 1 1wale. III
ments. Sydney Schwartz. 1141 RIGHT N
S. Hopkins 267.6100UNFURNISHED JUST CALL 1. I

2 bedroom 1i i
apartment $70 adults. Inquire 267-2958

809 Tropic Street. After 4 ,. M.r i

COMMERCIAL BUILDING I P. 0. lea 1204 City FOREST HILLSCHOOSE

FOR RENT or lease store I LEN RANDELlVERY I II
spice 20 x 60 ft., or suitable .
for office. Located MagnoliaPlaza. RELIABLE 1 .
$125 monthly 267-1921 I I t; : FROM ONE OF OUR Tin......'. floes.
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Best Buy in Forest Bills FLOORPLANS. OR WE WILL .""" """ mt
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OAKWOODMobile TODAY
SEE I ,- BUILD TO YOUR oJS/rtlE? '

THIS QUALITY BUILT HOUSI HAS BUN UnD AS A MODEL SPECIFICATIONS?
Subdivision / MOM AND OHIClIY THE BUILDER. IT IS NOW OMIRID M el ?.., and -,?.,
Home 1 FOR SAL AT A .
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Featuring: Big Discount Price! I


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LARGE 75' x 110' LARGE POOL
) Reedy to mve In ) Paved stesesLandscaped ,, p ( Drlre out sill IMpae wr AU A1s0
LOTS WITH SHUFFLEBOARD J200 Square feet a) Sidewalks 1"lIt.I"1' Oalere ; t '' / NNN ,bawl/ul a ereiiuur"h.
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JUST FOLLOW THE SIGNS ItvIU.4 Les Anouuev. II".U
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$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY \FISHER rl HAWKINS


TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go northon r ,

U. S.1 to Mims. Continue north on U. S.1 for \ I CONSTRUCTION CO. J ,

one more mile to our entrance on right. For free ; : CONSTRUCTION CO.
Phone 267-0564 /
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Information Call 267-3286. A Phone 267.2061

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A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville $47lt to feifi HomN restricted to 100 sq. ft minimum


F H A LOW DOWN Only Melees West of U. S. 1 On Garden Street COWART & CARTER


PAYMENT THREE & FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY ROOM TWO TILE BATHS 3200 Phone Garden: 207-3222 St., or Tltuiville 2672331WNnetd.

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106.-3 acre with 380 ft. on
Diamond Road and adjacent I

to new subdivision. Excellent (Continued from preceding! page) Mobile Homes Services Wanted I
.J !me ajtf!! .Terma. Real Estate Real Estate Work 7
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113-17 acres heavy producing MINTING!
t
HOUSES SAIL HOUSES FOR SALI
grove with beaufafullly Help Wanted FOR Water proof your house with WILL DO Ironing hi my home ,
SALI
landscaped two story home. TRAILERS FOR NEW OARDENDALE 3 bed: BEFORE YOU BUY preserva-tec spray 267-677 pick up and delivery if pre.
Located close to city limits. room, 2 bath central heat Check our' listings for desirable or 2670498. ferred. 1689 Afford Street 0 E
Oty water A Sewer available MALI HELP WANTED 24 FOOT unfinished! trailer. air conditioning, built In 2, 3 or 4 bedroom Lakevtew HiOs.
This large estate can $225. TituavUlc Trailer Court. range, dlahwaiher. double car homes la your choice of locations FREE V
be yours with 29'%! down MANAGER TRAINEE. To garage, Large beautifully with low down pay L. P. BOTTLED GASINSTALLATION WILL DO washing and Ironing
and balance 10 years start in tackle department MOBILE: HOME OWNERS landscaped corner lot patio ment. assume Flit or conventional In my home. 27-1979. E

114-2% acres on good road. Sales of experience tackle preferred and knowledge but LIVE RENT by fenced owner in 267-7298.backyard offered RYAN terms.& ROBERTS Suburban Propane HOUSEWORK OR child care

Full price $4500 with $1700 not required. Age 21-35. Apply Phone 267-4691 anytime 2019 U. S. 1 N. 267-6411 by hour day or week. 267 .
down balance 5 yean. In person to Mr. Elliott or FURNISHED OR unfurnished 6290.
Mr. Stanger. Eckerd Drug, FREE! 4 bedroom home, with furniture LOTS FOR SALE
127-20 acres located Jell Pirtle Plaza. washer and dryer, extra Used Cars & Trucks YT
than '/i mile from new 1.95 THREE BEAUTIFUL
shady
large lot and
trees,
orange
down and r
at $500 per icre. Cash. MALI OR FIMALf $20 payment $20 a $17.000. 211 Diamond Rd. lots in Geneva $600 each or 116 Thornton Ave.
month will buy your own full 2673871. all three Joining lots $1500 '63 Saab excellent condition ..
132 20 acres In fast growing EARN $20 per day or more In acre mobile home lot at beautiful cash. Inquire South Park economical only $57 down, Whispering Hills
section west of Mima. permanent route work. Will Lake Louise Estates. BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom, 2 Avenue, corner of Garden S57 pet month 267.2154. .1E
1595 per acre, 25% down, train man or woman if Inexperienced. Become your own landlord.Don't bath, den, bar, enclosed gar Street Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath U-
baL 3 years. Write Mr. HEATH tear up rent receipt each. age. Furnished or unfurnished FOR SALE 1960 Metropolitan, family room on lovely lot
-. Box 2766 Memphis 2, Tenn. month. Many families now reside see after 5 at 325Elliott MOTELS FOR SALI $300. 267-2132 after 8 p.m. Immediate occupancy t o I
.137-tl Acres with.. mile U. In our beautiful trailer community Ave.. Rg..m. qualified buyer. For further WITH A
S. No. 1 frontage. Zoned Lost : visit iii and lei for MOTEL < UNITS on busy U.S. 61 FALCON good condition details call us or see us.
for trailer park at $1950 I :yourself the finest eelf-owned 3 I BEDROOM, 2 bath, central 1, $10,000 cash down, $200 only $85 down 10 paymentsleft
per acre with suitable HARDBACK BOOK with gallon\ mobile home park. heat and airconditloned, built monthly. Lot JO x 200. Phone of $50. 2672154. McCoiferTrade
and releanes. LAKE LOUISE ESTATES in stove and Choice Apartment Site
monthly
terms 18c to 41 ". If oven. $96 287-5391. convertible"
-? figure from ( CORVAIR MONZA,
14 miles east of Orlando on
$875 cash Phone In !
149-Approx. 4 acres locatedon found please call 267-1989 or I Route 50 Phone 568-2761 267-6229 equity. 64, take over payments $81 On new highway/ very! closeIn. Bargain
after S 1010 Milton
corner of 3 county roads 267-3076. OR CHRISTMAS PARK Street. p.m. Real Estate Wanted monthly or cash. Must sacrifice 291/; down and terms.
1500 ft. of front. due to new car gift. EXTRA SPECIAL
with over Route No. 50, Christmas, Fla.
age Excellent I high land Mobile Homes Phone5682011: EASY TERMS no qualifying, EXPERIENCED Brevard Apart- Extremely beautiful, classy Arthur S. Griffith I '
with Iota of tall pine trees. 3 bedroom, 2 bath situated on ment builder (references) will car. Light green exterior Reg. Real Estate Broker 64 PONT. BON.
Located about 6 miles northof TRAILER FOR RENT 1964 STEWART 3 bedroom lake, wall to wall carpeting beige Interior Call 2672842. 2502 S. Hopkins Ave. :!! d,. hard top. Has every
and V mile west of trailer on privatelot. beautiful pay top dollar for apartmentor
kitchen 12.
city priced thing ,000 actual mites
SMALL TRAILER for rent in ithZrltoOhOI 1957 FORD pickup will sell 267.8626
this fine bank fi- .
U. S. No. 1. Buy 600. 267-30D6. business zoned Iota or acreage
country es- Geneva sleeps 3, $35: month nancing. Will consider I smaller reasonable. 2502 South Hop-
late parcel r'Ctrl it for building ly. Inquire 7 South Park Ave. trailer in trade 267-3309. MOVE; IMMEDIATELY Into 2. Tltusvllle ares, for builders kiss SAVE

lots. Priced at $7500 with nue. 3, or 4 bedroom homes brand terms or take your land in LET ME sell your automobile.
$750 down and $75 per mo. Specials! new In area of much higher
2 BEDROOM air conditioned homes. Small down trade for new proven Income Browning Auto Sales 405 '
trailer on private lot turn SKYLINE 50' x 10' 2 priced Hopkins 2671520. 64 FORD
161-20 acres with 660 ft. on payment' and only $M monthly property in Brevard County. SUTTON'SMIDWEEK
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46 near 195 Inter- ished. $85 monthly. 267-8876. bedroom $3595. total payment. VA no dawnplyml'nt. 19CO BONNEVILI.E. 4 door Galaile 503 V-$, Auto, trans,
change ft. STAR SO x 10' 2 bedroom, in exchange. Power, rodle and heater.SAV1 ,
by 1320 4 BEDROOM, Hi bath trailer renter kitchen . $3695 BRENTWOOD ES. all power $10R5; 1964 Chevy
High and dry at only with large addition OakwoodSubdlvleion STAR 50' x 10' Early; American' TATES west on Garden St., DUBOV DEVELOPMENTCORP. panel 4000 miles $1995.MARTIN'S I'
!per acre. 29% dPPth'l I 2677938.TRAILR Deluxe AM 7-7142 or 6325655. MOBILE HOMES
15 Tears at 6-S._, ';1 'bJl885. 1224 U.S. 1 North 2673081.
!
SKYLINE 84' 12' 2 SPECIALS '
$ FOR IALI 4 I LARGE bedrooms, forced air, 63 PONT.
163-10 acres In Indian room Deluxe $4885. all GE equipment. FHA $t.6 V
1101 Drive Wanted
Park located west of Indian FOR SALE, 26 ,.. trailer with Used Trailers 700. $600 down 267-3564. Seminole $395 DOWNNO 4 dr., auto trans.. Air' cend.

River at Plantations$500 acre and priced 29%- cabana 2671274. ''58 NASHUA 40' x 10' 1 bedroomSet WHISPERING HILLS Immed- Indian Harbor Beach 'TOP CASHIn QUALIFYINGI $2195

down, bslanre per 5 yrs. FOR SALE, Oakwood Trailer up on tot with awning. late occupancy, 3 bedroom 2 Florida] :3 minutes for good used! Roomy 2 bedroom home in
Subdivision Lot 75 x 100, 10 64 YELLOWSTONE 27' x ff 1 bath Florida room, many Furniture. Brentwood Estates. Chain '63 FORD
403-Reduced for quick sale x 43 mobile home with unfinished bedroom.! extras. $800 down $112 or Call Eau Callie I GREER McMORRIS INC. link fenced rear lawn. Cleanas
2 adjacent lots on paved 12 x 40 block cabana SMALL DOWN PAYMENT monthly Call 267.36119. ReposMimed furniture outlet a pin and just waiting for Cataxle Factory Air tend,
street. $3400 for both. Ap- and porch $600 down EASY TERMSMARTIN'S 262-5353 543 U. S.1 IRC or 810 S. Hopkins you. Assume VA Loan. V-1, power Ite.,. A !brakes
assume
prox. *4 down required.608CENTRAL Phone MOBILE NEW BEDROOM brick houses Titusville
LOCATION. 7875. payments. 267- HOMES SALES 3 tile baths, built in range Services 267.1399 Day or Night; NASACAUSEWAY $1795
and oven, dishwasher disposal
08 ft. on northbound U. S. 1224 N. U. S. 1 intercom, wall to wall car Wanted To Buy '63 FORD
No. 1, 115 ft. deep. Zoned GROVES Tltusvllle 267-3081 pet. Double car garage, 1 ELECTROLUXCORPORATION
BR. Nice house could be North of Overpass with screened pool no red USED AUTOMOBILES, City Is only 3 miles away. New Falrlane 500, 4 eyl., site
'converted Ample parking. ACREAGE FOR RENT tape, (2,000 down! and move Auto Parts. AM 73686. shopping center arrow St. trans., radie and neater
TRAILER LOTS !n, $184 monthly. 267-1928. I I Assume existing FHA loan at
107 ft. 200 ft. deep on RENTALS Brevard County's Only
677- x See The $102 month Including everything
U. 8. No.1 just north of 10-Acre fronting black PRIVATE LOT with chein-link 3T BEDROOM, 2 bath central authorized factory branch. I 3 B.R. 2 baths $1695
Mlms. 3 bedroom, 1 bath road grove, $45,000. fence In north Cocoa. Phone heat and air, on acre and ill Call Melbourne] Star Advocate I double carporte. Truly A
house, toned BU2. Priced 10llf:: : estimates 632.4553. lot, $15.000. Call 267-2039. rare find In one of the most '63 PONT..
grove owner -
Collect Needs!
with Printing
low at $10,500 some desired neighborhoods.
$9,000 this Bonnevlllo Leaded
terms.. crop FOR SALI er RENT CLASSIC HOMES I 723-5852 ,
yeara crop to go In deal, I. Fee air cond.$2995.-
7S-MIMS.. 275 ft. frontage 15 years to pay. Nothing Down, See Us Today YOUR CHOICE-
x 495 ft. deep CBS Mercantile 18 Acre young grove, real ONE BEDROOM trailer, 8 x 36, Titusville's Best Home
Drive, BUILDERS Of six new 3 and 4 bedroom
Inquire 3154 Cowan
building, coned busl.lness. nice, better hurry. Westwood Villas, 267-4040. Value, 3 and 4 Bedrooms, 2'' WALK TOSHOPPING homes awaits. Heed the call
Priced exceptionally $ Acres with 5 In grove only '
Full Bath Homes with Gar I to select your home today! 63 FORDXL
$17,500.
at $27,500 with optional
low terms. (Also may leaseor 200 acres, central Florida, Moving & StorageLOCAL WANTED 15950.Prices range Features from $15.250 usually to convertible! 370 engine
) with 75 acres young ham- ages.BUY aute. trans. radio: A heat
rent. NOW In high priced custom
found
"FOREST
HILLS
line, 100 acres In timber AND LONG distance
no-Motel l site to only $75,000 for all. movers. Moving storage, WILL TRADEat bedroomblock.home ESTATES"JUST homes. FHA, VA or Conv.Call $2595
Freshly painted 3 Don't delay
new 193 Interchange This 200 Acres 180 of this In S. 16, packing, shipping, cold fur close to Pirtle Loans -
large tract hat 300 ft road 22 S, R34 E, and 20 acres In storage crating. Free esti Colonial Heights Plaza. Can be A FEW LOIS' Today? '62 VOLKS.
frontage la 177 ft. deep.Priced S 2, T 20 S. Range 34.35 E, mates. 267-3341, Brevard Hopkins Ave. South little purchasedfor LEFT!
down
t'SO. with 1 largedown' Mayflower as is $400 Bus 4 Speed Trans..,
all for the low low price Ridgeway SAVE $1,600At
.
of $40,00(1.( if each. 267.8641 and $80 00 per month.Whispering CHAS. JANNARONI, ridl A heal
r7411RESTAURANT 15H)' acres IMT I miles RR Reel Estat. Tltusvllle\ Shopping Center last a real true value
$ ),OOO) AM 7-3441 home with approx. 1800 qft. : $1295
frontage and casement and ,
I and all the
BUYS of living area
for equipment, Inventoryand Hills
I all mineral rights only $450: ACREAGE POM ALI
Florida
conveniences of real
lease. H cash requir '
acre terms 62 FORD
ed. Good moneymaker. 3031 Acres near Rocket City 40 ACRES with 1500 ft on river NEW, 3 bedroom, 1H baths Absent owner would like an Living Falrlane 500 4
HILLS. Attractive elevation 65 to 88 ft. $355 north of Mime $895! per acre. l.wo) down, $80!( month pays offer on this 3 bedroom radio ft htat cyl.,
800-LAKEVIEW S bedroom, 2 bath con '10 ACRES on good county road aU, low utilities home. Nice yard with citrus OPEN HOUSE JUNIOR EXEC.Only .

home overlooking South RENTALS, have small cottage lots of Oak and Palm trees, 3 BEDROOM, Immediatepnssesnion trees. Asking $14.500. Saturday and Sunday one home left built by $1095
Reasonable terms will buy
/ furn. at $65 mo. at I is. acre
Lake. White terrazzo floors nice location, this quality builder. Excellent '
40ll Rbr
and old frame at 129 Highland off Rt 46 west! of It Singleton Avo.

Westinghouse central heat $13,250. $950 location and close to ev '
and air conditioning, range $67,50 mo. Mime $700 per acre. $95 nthnlbtd. xe:0n: Win-Jam Builders thing. 62 CHEW
and oven. $13.900, $450: 3%. down on FHA homes 35 ACRES off Rt. 50 near }.115 insurance. LISTINGS NE :3 and 4 bedrooms. Ready to ery Balalr, 4 cyl. aute trans.,
down (no down VA) with $450 down on new homes interchange $650 per acre. I We have !buyers rJD'D move in to. Come out LOOK Radio and Heat.
FHA termer Look at 1324 Ind. River Ave. RYAN i ROBERTS 3 BEDROOMS beautifully Call Mr. ; and BUY, i TODAY!
then call us to see we have Phone 267-4691 anytime landscaped walking diNt. CLOSE TOCAUSEWAY i iI' $1395
807-Well located home. Hose the key. sore to both schools, $13.000 "The Home Buyer'sShopping
to public and Parochial 108 Taylor St., $looo down 10 ACRES north of Mlms, $1100 $450 down FHA., hurry! Ray C. Carpenter Center"SUTTON '
schools. Hardwood floors, do not disturb tenant, catiIII per acre. I 3 bedrooms 2 bath family 62 FORD
cloned In Fla. room, draoes to\ see. 20 ACRES Just off Rt. 46, $15. Space Real Estate, Inc Realty room and Air Conditioned. Galaxle 500. Fact air, V-l,
Included. Priced it 14900. 155 Sun Road Ind. Riv. City 000 Terms. Glen Schlueter! 267-6668 S. US 1, 287-8113 $500.00 down.JOHNNY. overdrive, '..er,
$1500,00 down and S102 per drive by but do not disturb 60 ACRES with 1980( ft. on Rt. I
month paya all. Shown by tenant, then mete us offer 46 $1000 per acre. Terms. $1695
appointment. EXPERIENCE DOES PAY Vt ACRE north of Mime, with II A. MOLES & ASSOC. REALTY CO.

this Is now our 14th year In barn $1250 cash I I 1J2I S. WASHINGTONOffice '
1240 S. Hopkins Ave. 61 MERC.
Tittmville I and over 20 years 5 ACRES close In. Ideal for See
810 Large S bedroom borne Across from Magnolia Plaza Ph.j Home Phi.t
Hills. Wall to In the real estate I business, horses, $11000, Terira. Station W,gon, Comet cyl..
wall In Forest' fireplace. $22- take advantage: of our 5 ACRES: with large barn just Day or Night i BBS: I Aut*. Tram
carpet 287-6327 267-9440
of east of Sinford $7500() I
real estate
many years '
000 with $1500 down. Juanita Milott J87-7559 ,
J4M534 1095
.
experience" and come In and Tn"a.CALL Magnolia HomesInLaGrangeAcres
>f.er 5
LET: US SHOW YOU, WFSSNER REALTY :
owned home. Good
820-FHA 217-7123 '
residential area, no city JOHN A. GORDONRegistered -- 60 OLDS

taxea. $12,000 as Is price, 15 ACRES, shade trees, county *$ Convertible, Leaded
with only $400 down. Real Estate road near Geneva a beautiful FOR A BETTER USED CAR
Broker hrmenlte. A bargain tin $1195

$46-Large S bedroom. S bath 23 Main Street 267-3025 the cash buyer at $6.750. T,
home on attractive Mendel Tltiuvllle W, Nero, Broker Sanford SEE US! '60 PONT
Lane. Many extras with 322-2481 for appointment. .
this preowned home Only ------------- 2V4 Miles North of Titusville. Beautiful 58 Chew, impala 8 cyU auto tram, R&H, Con SSlS I."ullle. leaded Fact.

$15,550 with $1500 down. and 4 bedrooms on big lots with trees, 2 39 Cho,. Impala 8 cu.. auto Irani R&H. Cony. S74S Air Cend.

Shown by appointment. ROYAL COLONIALGARDEN full baths, formica cabinets, ducted heat, 60 Cn.v. Impala 8 cyL auto trans. R&H Con,. $1195 $1195EXTRASPECIAL
81 Cher. Impala 8 cyL auto trans R&H CoDY $1335
and hood. Sodded Priced
$58-Enjoy luxury In this 4 range yards.
bedroom 2 bath home In APARTMENTS"Where from $14.000 to $16,000. Ca1l267"1661rom 82 Pontiac Bonnevllle 8 cyl. auto trana.

Forest Hills built by one of R&H Con $2295
living will express a new meaning" 9 to 5. See by appointment. .
our leading builders. Priced 80 Dodge Polar. 8 cyL auto trans* II

at $25.900 with 10% These Luxury one bedroom apartments of spacious casual R&H CODY . . $1295 '61 Ford Galaxie'.
down. elegance with I Individually I controlled air conditioning I
and heating Dclux baths, electric kitchens SANK FINANCING FOR THOSE WHO QUALIFY 4 Dr. Hardtop. V-t,
a69-AB new 4 bedroom, 2 automatic defrosting refrlEcriton TV and Aute. Trans.
bath home In excellent lo telephone outlets sound proof off street parking 115GIIWilS3a INDIAN RIVER MOTORSU.
cation. Central ducted gas spacious landscaped' private grounds and many 160RYy4CWTt1e40ES1GlEl. $$195/
heat by Chrysler, Westinghouse other Inviting: feature: S. N.. 1. SCOTTSMOOR Clued Sunday 17-411
electric range and Now Leaiing. hDMeS OR IAAUEMIOOC
oven. $16.200, $600 down lOts..
with FHA financing. I SHItMflYSN4tMR R i $ 3 $ $ $ $ $ .,. '59 CAD.
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928-Prime-business location.Lot \\V. J. SMITH, Realtor PHONE KT-SJII TAO YnrsCAU9WA7; '42 Hardtop, L..ele4.

site Is 95 ft. x 101 ft. 54Of1siGC81171RI WEDNESDAY Factory Air.
just off new 4 lined Garden AaD ALL 9CNOOliI
Street. Modern homeon I $1395

property Including BONUS BUY -
rate double garage 'f'lnaci I '59 RAMBLERStation
business building' Zoned
BP (might consider small .. Wa, ,. 4 cyl. radio
modern house In trade.) PHONE 267.9421 NOWand 1964 FIAT HOOD 4 DOOR radl and heater, everdrlve."Central .

home will be sold
your
RN with/ brown vinyl. Interior C11QC M, $595

If you've been thinking of selling' your w t nice low 11I11... little ear .. y I I IJ

your home -but hate to start knowing it ......Dr (.......
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papers" answering question etc do I $55.. -

it the easy way' Phone! 2679431 and let .011 ..... ** I eyl. ,..trelMe' radio, heater, food white

US do alt that work! That's our businessthat'i .o-&S- wells, selU with S 1 095
geed lots el
a car service lee
DANENBURG what we do In return for the e........, ... N M

privilege' of representing you. Just phone d" frOIIt
OPEN g 'TIL 8 ,.. '
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house for
REALTY ui we'll sell' the you. Call $13,958
Tradln'e Fed Dealer'
now and let ui get started at once)

1514 South WashingtonAM $75/'MO. : "a ll Chevrolet: McCotterFord

7-3858 Campbell Associates, Inc. t ,tJ
Open ..5. Mon thru Sat VA
or by appointment Realtors -OTMNCDCMM USED CAR DEPARTMENT
(24 Hr. TeL Ans. Service) FHA-$500 w ..
oo** TRAOf-IN
214 S. Washington 367.9473s DIVISION
and seller ex- 1026 S.
Where buyer Hopkins Avenue
Phone
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what chance would the child
know I II* THW CIRCUIT COURt OF
don't have? I think the girl should go THE NINTH JlTI'mi' CIK
to the Florence Crittenton Home Cl'IT, IN AND rOK BHKVAKD a rLH
ing the COUNTY, FLORIDA,
never put the baby up for adoption IN CHANCERY NO miTDKNI8H o 1

When and make a rew life for her : B. MILLKR, Plaintiff, r '".

her real self. Your son should go back to o
MltLRR MR, -J
DAVID QUENTIN
ner. She college and not let this one IWI.nil.nt.TOl n .. ;
mistake wreck his entire DAVID QlTRNTtN MIU.KH
tragic
her hair eRN R..IMn... unknawp JII
TOM are ...,.", nollflnil that a : '"
life.Ann Landers will be glad to Complaint for Dlvor baa ..... )
fleshy nl.d tor.' and gnu are hqulred
put on help you with your problems.Send tl p.m. a oopt of four An.peer :
them to her in care of this pr Floadlnc to tba Comulalnta
But I '
lha .tlorner,
keep her 1) newspaper enclosing a stamped ''o ''rll.U JH, P. 0 x4.f2t

addressed envelope.IN MERRITT ISLAND. FLORIDA HOW OLDARaYtaJf A 1 l7A 'VI? rMPMAID1W
was 40 I I and flip tba ordinal Annwrr pr 1
Hilda PI..011"* In lb. offloa at the tlork 54lMOTIONbeVAII 1f
of Circuit Court on or briersho WW1Tri1Ct 1J
en curls TH: COUNTY JUDOKHM tlk day of Novmth, 1IW4 It IwtAtar f
look ggJ'l'frt' roR BJUIIVARJ you fall to do an, judnmont by da- J
I ..It will be Ia..... ...In.' 70" for / *
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and I luarllla, Florida, this tlh day ofaptamh.r
OP FKOHATK IIHMCURTIS 1 j
Do you I I TO ALL PBRItON: INTERCUTKD : R. ItARNEIIC1KHK .
Maybe IN" THB K8TATB: or 1AIDDBCEDKNTl : ClHtllT COURT >-
BHEVARD COUNTY, I
Ann. You ara kartby kotiriad tkatrrltua I FLORIDA
I Inalrum.nt purvnrtlnt IPt .TV, .. tn'.n.l.yDEPUTY
,... Laat Will and TMlamanlf cz
TODear aid d-..... kai ..... admltttdo Court Stall CLERK / v 1041
probaia In. thl Court. Tau are A. J. Haaomann Jr
many bar.by command wllhla ale cat omit
Attora.y for Plaintiff }
radar moatka from lha data of P. O Not nManlit / sa
when to( .k. fl... publication of ...1. potloaa Inland. Florid

ver. appear la ...1. Court pad ekowoaua. the Oct. T, K It, .U IW.d.) W4. Or.Q: AKMNATHV,YUM VUM 00ftf rie.o Dp was PIAYedO INrtCT.IYIMHRNWrONMYMINDCafdrtATal
It any 'ou ran aky
Gray action of thla Court la- Kdmltllncaid 1i.' Jim tM'iKro H AND iou cxpN' MoD to UT-OHSTCTN7 /;

middle- Will to probate abould sot ENVELOPES fluidness< Slzei. 'r 't IVaN PAYANYAITPNIONIDWlAtY N1aasfIaeANVMOaII

ens the land/.unnvokad/ Vlrrll H Conkllnf far mailing Full stock it d Y
look COUNTY JCDOBBravard Stsr-Advocste.

up Ooh T. 14, 81. M County(Wal.)Florida 1511. R.pr4.tntlnnMutual C i

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a neat NOTir OF* IIIITICIIITI TO ail ttp
IIIUilIITIl" YICTITIOI': ''. III"MICI.
not .nmpll._ wllk House 8m't..IS:1' LQ)
that Cb.Vrr Numbs 1056E
: rlorida, Aol. of 1141. Ibe
now a .nd....|.... will ".'''.' wltb the OF OMAHA
that he I CI..I of Ika Circuit Court I. B...
school. ward Count. Florida, open ..- ANN SYLVISTIR 257.5144JIM'S am: sal.u .
of proof of publlrallon o( .
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schools bla Dolloa. 'M following flcUllmu 10,11
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wild. <..4 In old .....1"... Service
Dal*d at Tltuniila, Florida. I
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