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

84th Year No. 128 r 20( Pages Today Titusville Florida, Friday, October 23, 1964 5c Per Copy rub Mondays, l 1fSHM 1:1"IF :; 3 3J'd

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Brevard's Labor ,v; l '

Dedicated In Ceremonies 'Wi, I 1<<

Force Unemployedr .n.....
Formal ceremonies officially Congressman Ed Gurney take part in the festivities, but hill Co. is the largest users of woe
opened the new home of the spoke In behalf of Cong. Joel I was detained. G.E. appliances in the world 3054,
r r Only 1,400 workers or 1.1 per tnent rose to 59,700 or 700 more East Central Florida Regional Broyhill, Virginia. son of the Dorm Searle, president of the and the largest builders of brick Ont
cent of Brevard County's labor Jobs than in August, accordingto Planning Council, the Broyhill founder of the BroyhUl Co., M Committee of 100 and master of homes In the world. He noted ;
." force of 72,200 were unemployed Labor Market Trends published Building yesterday, with state T Broyhill sr., and brother of ceremonies, gave a history and that the company had build over \
'4 to September. by the Florida Industrial 1i. and local dignitaries taking partIn Herb Broyhill, of Tltusvllle, background of the company and IS,000 homes in the Washington tjn-y
According to classifications Commission and the Florida :; the dedication. Cong Brojhlll was scheduled to pointed out that the Broy- D.C. area plus other commercial 3.fr
set up by the "Bureau of Employment State Employment Service. and business ventures. > *1
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Security"! Brevard The government category was "' lie asked visitors to view the i
County is classified In group BLow the large gainer as non.teach- architect's rendering of the complete thea
Unemployment. In Croup ing personnel In the county complex planned for f.. i '
A-Overall labor shortage exists school system came back to the BroyhUl property on South *?vto
below a rate of 15 per cent of work after the summer vacations Washington Avenue The render Mar
the work force. For employment purposes ing displays the high.rise apartment ;
By far the greatest story in teaching personnel are count- yacht basin and marina ktate
Brevard Is construction on the ed as employed yearround.In planned in addition to the of.
large Vertical Assembly Build. addition, some workers were lice building now complete. r.a
BIKE SAFETY-Mayor Bill Walker gets a bit of me'e \
Ing and Launch Complex 39 added to Federal government Bob Doyle, executive secretary
where the first Saturn V rockets payrolls. bicycle safety instruction: from Walt Blomquist, F of the Haiti Central Florida >tto
will be housed assembled and Construction firms added 300 Jaycee chairman of the bicycle Saf-T-Rodeo plannedat Region) Planning Council,
launched. Construction activity workers as building activity in Parkway school tomorrow Prizes and certificateswill welconvid visitors to the new *
should continue through 1964 the Merritt Island Launch Area be awarded for various classes of competition.The ;: jn building and to the new home of srits*
and most if next year. bolstered hiring in the heavy contests begin at 9 a.m. S-A Photo. the ECfRPC. He gave a historyof IU&t
To date this year over 240 construction category, the re the council and If the varied i
million dollars in contracts have port shows. services it offers to the seven-
been let for government contracts With the decline of tourists, Bike Contest county Central Florida area. -
in Brevard County. motels and restaurants reflected
The council met for the first
in Brevard County the normal seasonal
Employment post pattern
time in its new quarters priorto
continues to rise and by mid- In Florida with cutbacks the dedication ceremonies.The .
September non.farm employ. of some 300 workers. b council room is large with
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Set Tomorrow : w a huge circular conference table

IRC Political Forum r ?: around from which these the seven representatives counties-

Titusville Jaycees are promotIng Prizes will also be awarded sit The room overlooks the Indian
I one of its most aggressive for the most decorative bike, I Planner Bob Doyle Welcomes Guests To BroyhI110pening. River and MILA with an
campaigns for safety educa boy or girl; the oldest bike; and excellent view of the huge Verttcle -

Ends Monday Night lion the Bike SafT.Rodeo, to the best equipped or safest bike. '>,' "''' Assembly Building.
1 be held tomorrow at Parkway '\ '\ 'f'r
Prizes and awards will be given ,\
Junior 111gb School, beginning at also to contestants in the li 'I CanalBudg.t
.t, The second and final part of buttal, if desired! to answer 9
aja. test series: relay races, coasting tktllFirst
the IRC Political Forum will be charges made by his opponent .
The rodeo with a dual purpose race and the slow race The
held at the Civic Center on Magnolia Following this, questions from Blltldl
skill slow is to which
; bicycle competitionand race see contestant
Avenue on Monday, Oct. the audience will be In order. :
safety instruction, is held can go the slowest without
26 at 8 .m.An '
starting p Each persons win be restricted for grades one through nine and leaving his lane of about 100 I
area residents are urgedto to>> one question and a candidate three classes have been scheduled feet long. o Okayed
attend in order to acquaint win be allowed up to one ; grades 14, 4-6 and 7-9 The Titusville Police Department :u,
themselves with the candidatesand minute la which to answer. This will make the rodeo more is cooperating! with the
Bt Johns-Indian River Canal
the issues in the current
from the audience of an equal nature.
wr Questions Jaycees by providing policemen, District Board of directors met
eamp_ should be clear concise and Walt an English -- ,
+ BlomquLst, under B pe tnajatt vr tff; in Ttttnville with
The candidates! expected to at. short to enable them to be answered teacher at Parkway and an Charles Garland, for making a yesterday hoot M'e
I tend and take an active part lathe in one minute. energetic Jaycee, is chairman Inspections and helping to direct member R. C. Brady as
forum are: of the event, and says he expects the program. The meeting, held at the r
It is hoped to conclude the program the Chanticleer, was for the purposeof
Herschel Mays and James youngsters by score Mayor Bill Walker will open
Pruitt, candidates for State Representative by 1C p.m. I to turn out for tomorrow's con the program and other city and electing, or re-electing as it
1 R. W tests. worked out, officers for the
,- Group : club notables will participate.
Grady and William Roundtree, "We feel this contest will coming year. ;
for State Representative 910 Volers Cast i make youngsters more conscious Rs elected were John Krlder,
Group 2; I of the need for careful BJC again Sandford!, chairman; Ransom ,
Leigh Wilson and Jim Draw. handling of their bikes" Blora- Downw of Orlando, vice-chair
4y, candidates for Sheriff of Absentee Ballols quist said today, "We also hope I man; R. C Brady, Titusville.
Brevard County; Edna Carlile that through the spirit of com- Gels FullAccreditation treasurer, S, O. Shlnholser, San- I' i
and Barbara Johnston, candidates Edna Carlile, Brevard County petition and the instruction given ford secretary I nmi"
for Supervisor of Registration Supervisor of Registration said the bike riders will be a lit- The board heard a report from /
; this morning that 910 voters in Je more confident in their Dlk- its engineer on the disposition
Bob Cutter and Bill Clark, the county have cast absentee nor abilities and therefore -make-- I of right-ofway/ He said the w
candidates for Port Authority ballots for the Nov. S general them safer -rlBk---on the !h Miami Corp and The Lauderdale "
Dlst 2; C. C. Jobe and William 'election. streets," he added. Notification was received last Corp, owners of the largest
Powell, candidates for County The contests will include bike week by Brevard Junior College of the tracts of land through r "
Surveyor. Registered voters may mall skills of balancing, straight bike officials that the Junior collegehas National President Doyle Frisbee and M T Broyhlll at dedication ceremonies. which the canal will pass, has I

The program win be conducted their requests for absentee ballots riding, circling, weaving balancing again been fully accreditedby signed agreements on donation
in the same manner as In to Mrs. Carlile or may can at slow speeds, emergency the state of Florida. of right-ofway/ but the Miami
Part L which took place last at her office, mark the ballots stops, signal watching and In the statement received by Corp. wants certain items speH-
Monday. Each candidate will be and leave them with her in seal. sharp turns. Also Included in Thomas D. Bailey State Super. Ray Winstead Mrs. Cowart ed out more clearly i
allowed 5 minutes to state his I ed envelopes October 29th is the the program will be a bike race Intendent of Public Instuctton it Of the 21-mile route, 'less than
platform and policies which .last day on which requests may which will Involve the contestants was also noted that "This institution eight miles of right-ofway are
will be followed by 2-mlnute re be accepted she said. in the three classes. also has been given left for donation or purchase. i
early recognition by the South Junior Women Cop AwardsRay Fifteen miles have been donate

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';iiJr- Schools as of DecemberlM3" first donations came from

L College officials said that double instead and Mrs Hilda vile Rotary Club, was entered Wuutead is a member of the two Titusville men, J J. Par
A accreditation Indicates that Cowart were named Tttunllle's Into the selection race, unknownby chamber board of directors and rish Jr and the TurnbuQ Co.,
the Junior college Is continuing Man and Woman of the Year at him, by lilt fellow Rotarians, served as chairman of the huge donated rich hammock: land
to' maintain high standards in the Annual Banquet of the who told of his "Indominable Annual Banquet, at which be north of Brevard County line as ,"
the employment of properly Greater Tltusvllle Chamber of spirit" In Rotary leadership It was honored Wednesday night did C. W. Dannenberg. whose
Y qualified teaching personnel. the Commerce Wednesday night was aim pointed out that be Is lit is president of the University ply was at the proposed \, I
availability of an adequate library The young vice-president of a member of the recreation of Florida Alumni Aixoda- terminus of the canal and the
designed to meet minimum Bryan Conway and Wuutead! board of the Important Central I Lion and an officer of the North Indian River
accreditation standards, Real Estate firm and the red- and Southern Florida Flood I I Brevard Board of Realtors. Reserves A tentative budget was adopted
and the maintenance of sufficient coated captain of volunteers of Control district: active also In on the Brevard County by the canal, which called i"i"F "
i educational facilities to provide the Tltusvllle Fire Department, Girl Scouting, and other youth Board of Adjustment, Is an elder for disbursements of |M,000 out
for an optimum learning was selected for his many endeavors ,. endeavors such u the YMCA, in the First Presbyterian of S8M8SI receipts, including
experience for students a 0 W Into community life serving u vice chairman ando Church: chairman: of its building an HHFA grant of $54,000 Engineering i"r
f enrolled instead, president of Titus-, of the organizers. committee and chairman of was estimated tocolt
f its Board of Trustees, plus I 174000.
many other duties too numerous It was pointed out by Krider r
At Chamber Annual Banquet U.S. Senator. .
I I to mention.WIrwtvnd. that the board members are ,
Is married to the not paid and that they pay their i
former Connie Bryan, a Titusviiie own expenses for trips to the .
CourtGeorge native, and they have four various meeting place within the !
Smathers Hits
High children; Cheryl U; Bryan 11; three county area.
Frank nine and Emma Lou four The canal bat a projected
Mrs Cowart who with her I starting date of within three

Isa.rtrmer Smathers, Florida's money being poured into the events of the historic Mth Con- husband, Norman and brother, ;years, Krlder said. The e.1 t
extremely popular Junior U S county by the National Aeronautics gnu, Jutt recently rectMed H'te Vernon Carter are developers terminus of the canal win be the
Senator, completely captivated I and Space Administration I pointed out first however, that of residential commercial extreme north end of the Indian t
a 'standing room only" crowd pointing out that Brevard this tttb Congress was the long- property, was noted particularly River, about three fourths
Wednesday night at the Greater !got 10 per cent of all allocationsof tilt session in peacetime hi* fur her work In the chamber mile north of Steward county
Tttttmie Chamber of Commerce the space agency tory "and accomplished more for Greater Pride Inc. tint due west to the St Johns
u, 3 Annual Banquet than atr'1 recent: River and! Lake, Monroe in Sao 4,
I Emphasizing Brevard's role to It was stressed that Mrs. Cow
With the wails of the Parkway the space Kinds of the V.... years", be added. art was a driving force behind lord.8revard
1h 'p. Junior High School cars I Smathen told chamber members Smathers related the events of chamber membership campaign Chorus
torium literally bursting at the and guests that "Currently the death of t the late president, and wouldnt rest until .
seams, with approximately 100 the activities at Cape >Kennedy John T Kennedy a clone and she bad seen the achievements To Appear For UP
members and guests, Smathers The Kerrltt bland Area personal friend of his and now of the chamber's goals. The Steward Civic Chorus
paid homage to Ttowvllle fame have created nearly eight thousand I today's President, Lyndon B. It was noted that she was one win present program of var
citizenry and exploited the Jobs m this area In the last Johnson was ready and able to of the organizers of Pride as ted choral music on behalf of
of Brevart Coonty four yean alone prime spare I take over at the time of the wed as its hardest worker. Mrs. the 1M4 United Fund Carnpalra
"It's a pleasure to be In the contracts ta our state have awasslnatknt. Cowart is a member of various at I IS: p.m. Saturday Oct. 24,
.;'. .. richest county la Florida" totaled flU bullon. I He outlined the difference between other civic organizations such at the Cocoa High School Auditorium -
Smathers said, and added. "11', "Truly the nation's space I the two presidents in as Pilot Club and the Garden and at x p.m" Sunday,
TOPPING OUT Brevard National Plaza. It was officially the "topping a pleasure to be in the county programs bare helped boost the carrying out of the administrations : Club. Oct 23, at Parkway Junior High
Bank Ylce-presMent George SulUns is out" ceremony, when workmen reach that ranks among the II richest Florida into htr present orbit of of the government by The extremely active and benevolent School Aoditortnm., Tltusvil.t ?
shown in the foreground pointing to ed the highest point of the structure counties la the United States" idaprosperity.," the FJor telling of their attitudes duringthe Junior Woman's Cub
some of the work progressing on the S-A Photo TaUef It from there. the Seriate I breakfasts held each Tut* was chosen Club of the Year and OIJMPlc 1..1..11.
new home of the bank in Indian Rivet told of the vast amount of I Imathers related some of the (Continued On Page 14) (Continued On Page 14) ,.. staug' n,, Russia S9

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Titusville (Florida) Star-Advocate

EfUbliihed I860 BOB HUDSON'S

4ORIDq'O Published Mondays,

ACTh'I >' Wednesdays, and Fridays

In MLMM1 i By Tltutville Star.Advocate Inc. :

c 1u4 At The Star.Advocate Building

grioN 1100 S. Hopkins Ave.

.MEMBER: Florida Press Ass'n, National Editorial Men and! U S Senator George Smath' Speaking of
Associated Pren. ers never mentioned his name. speaking at
but he took some "right smart" meeting
Henry IL Hudson Prea Mrs Hazel S. Hudson, Vice,Prei. pokes at Republican PresidentIal he !
Robert U Hudson, Secy -Tress.
Henry H. Hudson, Publisher Robert H. Hudson Editor Candidate Barry Goldwater evidently
'David Dunn, Advertising I Mgr, .: S. L. Floyd Circulation\ Mgr, at the Chamber of Commerce lea taken In a
_Raymond B. Rutherford Classified Adr Mgr_ banquet Wednesday night cently. And
Smathers said that he was kiddingly
Second-Claes Postage Paid at Tltutville, Florida'Real ,
told by a fellow In Brevard that seem to'light
Barry once took an aerodynamics anywhere
course but flunked it case.
Courtroom DramaReal
seems Barry wouldn't accent :
d1 the fact that an had '
o airplane to "We spent
courtroom drama unfolded in a federal t rwel 3'r have a left wing. car touring the

court in Jackson, Miss, Thursday when a federal Smathers also said that Gold. "Touring, eh
ordered U. S. for water was the "fascist" gun In passed some !
judge a Attorney jailed contemptof the
West. "Oh, we !
court for blocking indictments returned by a federal aged over five :

grand jury investigating civil rights activitiesin day."

that state. "What kind of saddle do you

The dramatic action developed when U. S. Atty. 0 t .q want?" the cowboy asked the To the \
dude, "with or without a horn?" Vote
Robert Hauberg informed the judge he had been The dude pondered a moment Rogers, we : ;:

directed by the Atty General not to prepare or sign before answering: "Without, 1 "Help I
indictments in matters now being heard before the guess.; Doesn't seem to be much sure to vote ,
raffle these Pretty good
= on prairIes.
grand jury

District Judge Harold Cox promptly sentenced Wisdom is

Hauberg to jail until he decided to comply with the Frank Darden, strong local saris: nine ::

orders of the court, but stayed the sentence for five supporter for Jacksonville Mayor lence, and the >

days. Acting U, S. Atty. Gen Nicholas Karzenbach Haydon Burns for governor, Two rather
brought to mind that Blanton
n.;, also appears to be In 'hot water' with Judge Cox and t w re, N t Park hadn't been used as the. friends met on

is likely facing contempt charges, reportedly over site for a political rally in manya "Do" you
Is? I
irregularities in the secretive grand jury proceed- J year and possibly not for a!. "Yes." I
t1.l.. most 50 years by a candidate fur
,_ ings. ---------- "Thanks"
Ironically the unusual developments arose amid I Christian Science Monitor governor.Frank said he believed th e went their : :

reports that the Justice Department might be con- last time It was used during a Irate father

: N templating dropping efforts to secure federal grand gubernatorial campaign was :

Jury indictments la the cases of the slaying of the I Letters From Our ReadersHelped was about running 1916, when and candidates Sidney Catts had:! could flee everything study

three civil rights workers in Philadelphia, Miss, debates around the state. now you tell "
last June "They arrived by train and quit smoking.
Drive ant community health measures successful over the 39 had an old fashioned debate.raly .
The judge told Hauberg, who said he was under He'j been :
as this. Your every effort is years In the park, with most of the
instructions from the general of the United Editor: hour doing
appreciated deeply Please keep In mind if we can people coming In horse and "
States in refusing to comply with the court's orders, Your splendid cooperation in Sincerely, ever be of any service to you buggy"he said his time,
that he appreciated his position but did not think the promoting the Sabin Oral Vaccine T Paul Haney, M,D., Director in any matter, especially that of Can't say that it wasn't well "How"I've been do you 1'J' I

: government or anyone has any right to impede the program, is greatly appreciated Drevard County Health Dept. public service, we will be happy used and a perfect spoor
to have you call upon us. Burns' rally there Tuesdaynoon. "'
= investigation by a grand jury. No doubt, your interested and CongratulationsEditor Leigh S. Wilson "Notice
We may never know the whole story in regard repeated coverage and commentwas Sheriff of Brevard County about me?"
a major factor In the good : "New dress?
to these irregularities. Apparently some new developments Mother discovered her little "No"
turnout on Sept 27 for the initial Congratulations on your NewEra" t
caused the Justice Department to aban- feeding. and your rotary press daughter fighting with the boy "New shoes?"
S Cent
don their course of action. If this was the case It is gratifying, indeed, to system although this system is Stamp next door. ""No. :
have the interest and active new to 1 am It After parting them she lectur. "I give up.
... surely the judge should have been Informed of said you quite sure
support of the community and was hard to break away from Is Tribute ToHomemakers ed her daughter "Next time," about you?" : c
developments and the grand jury should have been its news media for such import "Old Betsy" which has been so she said, "I don't want you hitting "I'm
:" dismissed. Johnny back. Rememberthat mask. "'

.. The high-handed tactics practiced by the Justice you're a lady. Out talk
Department,' amounting to a rude defiance of the [ STRICTLY I A special 5-cent stamp In tribute th....1.4 Board bid of

.. Judge's orders, are inexcusable and an humble apology j to Homemakers will be first Bob Doyle of the East Central *r*. at the
is certainly in order from the Justice Depart- BUSINESS placed on sale at Honolulu, Ha Florida Regional Planning Council AM vlll.,florid In ,th up. l I

rnent. Action such,as resulted here tends to reflecton wall, on Oct 28, 1964, in con. 1 said someone asked U n k I eFud Room on. (1)November new '
junction with the annual meetIng the other day why he had Truck, .
the( Justice Department and our entire federal of .
the National Extension Una factory
Titusville is due for another supermarket and quit smoking lb.., with .
legal procedure. Homemakers Council, and will .
'OhI smokln'
give up when forward model
Winn Dixie is known be for what
w soon looking go on sale at U,S. Post Offices that there surgin genral feller. Knfln All ( !
will become their third store in ever-growing Titus Oct. 27.The put out that report about can. Ml with..windshield.In. 425 I

-.. Whal Price DignityThe ville Don't know where they're looking for a site, stamp Is being issued to sur," answered Fud 6M moot MI.Minn. net. a ft.'
but got an idea.Imperial mark the 50th anniversary of The fellow snapped back, Trn.mlulon
the passage of the SmithleverAct Well Fud what Overdrlv or :
did you give .
of and namecalling
present campaigns smear plus S or 4
furniture has second legislation that opened the up when KInsey released his report aiD. I
House now a
.: at both the national and state levels causes one i way to improve homellfe 7"Tommy' Clutch Not' I.
to wonder If the candidates have nothing better to location. Opening a number of months ago on throughout all America by pro It,Rear 81000'lb.. .

talk about especially in the realm of a constructive Julia Street right at the railroad, the) furniture viding Home Economics expertsto had Just returned quail ductlon Rear with.

;::. platform. firm hat opened a second store at 361S South advise women on better ways from his first day In school apaclty not .:5
than their efforts to convince to: feed and clothe Front Ail
Rather intensifying Hopkins. their famil-I His father asked, "What did you with oower :
the voters of the merits of their candidacy each les. learn, Tommy?" Dot lire.than

seems interested only in lambasting his opponent on Imperial Oil Company's new station (well, It is Norman Todhunter memberof "I learned to say yes sir, and tub Tin typti front Rear
past records, moral issues and financial dealings, the CIlu ns' Stamp Advisory no sir and no ma'am, and yes tub. type wlh ..
at the same location as the old one, but it's brand Committee, designed the to b* at local 75"
all of which, while important, are not of primary stamp ma am, Fuel capacity '
concern to the electorate. new) had a fine grand opening last week com The conception was Inspired by "You did?" (allon* U-40 ..1.
Ida) full Air
The voters expect, and rightly so, for candidatesfor plete with a clown and lots of free things. Zeke will an early American Sampler. It "Yep" b* factory L .
measure 0.84 by II44 inches rram.d."Xl.."
any office to put their best foot forward in appealing Evans Construction Co. certainly did a fine job on and will be Issued In of If ror, front and
panes don't think there Is :
any. golf cancelling
for votes and lend and to the
respect dignity the station. 50, with an Initial printing of thing to do in Titusville, we sug. Air Cleaner /
office which seek. city oil bath
they 120 million It will
be printedon down and ,,
gest come on
you I
go type ilL "poclt)
Political should be and hard- There a r. supermarkets, car supermarkets .
campaigns vigorous grocery the Glori presses in red, to work with the Star.Advocate dl.obl1l.Uob..
fought and the issues at stake clearly cut. While it and a lot of others but Titusville has green and light purple on par we find plenty to do. born.Parry Electric water

is generally conceded that the majority of the vot- AMD Electronic Supermarket, now located at per decorated with a yellow linen For example, yesterday there or battery.lIIual.RD II volt

ers are voting against, rather than for when they go 2504 South Hopkins. Bob Sroufe is In charge. So. design were a few meetings of importance ratine t.Front
to the polls, this does not mean they would not rath- Collectors desiring first day so that they should be"covered" rear Body tow. 10 loop Yd.
for anything In the electronic line, check with cancellations may send ad-. ., .
er vote affirmatively if given a choice. The county commission la yd and 13
a- It is hoped that all candidates in the Nov. 3 election Bob. dressed envelopes, together with had a regular session, .Appro.Ide* Inside M" sad
': will raise their sights in the closing days of the remittance to cover the cost of the Florida Travel Bureau executive Idea, front and
... campaign to a plane becoming the great trust they General Development Corp. has announced that the stamps to be affixed, to the committee met, along 10.1..11 Rouge load.1..11 b.arl..
John W. Sheridan has been named general managerof Postmaster, Honolulu, Hawaii with the East Central Florida forced. H cab !
seek. The dignity of public office demands it 96813, close-fitting 40" mad of 10 .
from the Presidency on down through the state and Port Malabar, one of the world's largest com- postal card thickness enclosureof should St Regional Johns-Indian Planning River Council Canal the Authority .t.."be 100.reinforced Cla. 13
levels.COUIlL. munities. Sheridan associated with National coplo hoist with
county was be placed In each envelope and and the Brevard In- or 20 tone .
Homes Corp. until last March when he joined GDC. the flap either turned in or sealed dustrial Board. You could also: primed with. run :
Your The envelope to the (R mat and (9)
BlessingsEmployment Postmaster throw in the Broyhill Building paint. Only HO
Congratulations to the Broyhllls for their new should be endorsed opening, the Rotary Club meet. u*..d,

has increased in every major industrial building. a tremendous addition to the grow- "First Day Covers S Cents Ing at which Sheriff Leigh Wilson livery Blddar. ball .
Homemakers The Board
Stamp Orders and last r.*
spoke night's Jaycee
of Tltusvllle. Architects Herb Hlrih
skyline reject and
in Brevard for any
category County during 1964 covers must not include requests meeting. And we heard ofa Bid. to be ..
with increases ranging from 11.2 to 182 percent, for berg and Don Thompson and their staff should for uncanceled stamps couple more, but just could Truck JOB Wet H No''

an average of 14.8 percent. be proud of their beautiful deaign and the Broy- Requests must be postmarkednot not "tap in" on them even CHAIRMAN
bill organisation for the fine conitructlon. Just later than Oct 28, 1984. said though there are six of us workIng COB BOARD or
Non-farm employment from 52,000 and
rose wage Postmaster Herman E, Watt- in the news end of the bust- BRCVARD
salaried workers in September 1963 to 59,700 by mid- so no one la left out credit must go to Mrs. Herb wood of Titusville ness. FLORIDA.
n. W (Frit
September of this year, with all major categories Broyhill for some fine Interior and exterior de- ---- ---- -

participating in the record growth.A corating talent. The attractive multicolor striped TTTVVVVVV? ?VVVVV.V..VV.V.VVVVVV.V..YNo

look at the various categories, in figures compiled carpet In all halla U extremely attractive and

by the Florida Industrial Commission and the outdoor landscaping highly compliments the Year's Wait

Florida State Employment Service, reflects the fol. building. _

lowing gains over the year 1963: Progress is going along rapidly on Terry Lanaris'new r

Manufacturing ..15.1 percent 9,900 in Sept. Magic Chef Restaurant on South Washington. FOR :

1964 as compared with 8,600 in Sept. 1963. Hirshberg and Thompson are architects and Roy 00

sl Construction 17.1 percent 8,200 In Sept. Stackhouse is the builder.
1964 as compared with 7,000 in Sept. 1963 This Higher Rate
Transportation Folks who read the recent full page advertisement -
Communication & Public Util
ities 18.8 for Western Auto's big anniversary event
percent 1,900 in Sept 1964 as compared -
with 1,600 in Sept. 1963. were probably surprised at the site of the staff Savings left by the 10th of any month earn from the

Trade (WholesaleRetail11.2 of the modern store at the corner of Washington 1st Savings insured up to $10,000 ($30,000 for a husband e
) percent 9,900in nt. and wife) by fSUC a of the U. S. :
1964 and Broad. The new owners are doing a fine permanent agency
Sept. as compared with 8,900 In Sept. 1963. D\4' Government.
Finance, Insurance & Real Estate 187 per- Job of filling the needs of the area so ably filled '1 # 7" .:

cent 2,100 in Sept. 1964 as compare with 1,800 in previously by Chuck and Agnes Morley. the :

Sept. 1963 former owners. : Ye enl S'a\1ings

o Service and miscellaneous 13.9 percent Hardee's Drive-In appears to be doing a bang. Current AnnuallyKrsfrl

17,200 in Sept. 1964 as compared with 15,100 in Sept. up business most of the time down in Kirk Shopping I Com. .> Attoclatloa of TltusvllUOp
1963. Center on U.S. 1. It's a big attraction to passing I Sea -

Government 16.7 percent 10,500 in Sept motorists as well as shoppers and the set- Downtown Office Broach Office
younger .n .9 to 3 Dally. Also 4 to 7 Friday Washington at Mala 14S N. Coqnlaa
1964 as compared with 0,000 in Sept 1063. Look for the grand opening in the very near future. I.I. I.

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frWay, October 23.1H4 TrruwIHe, (PUrlatal S_....A.Y.'+t. ,... J '

f.oter. .
I' Marine Recruiter 7.95 Inch Rainfall IN R*:: ...... or I"
Eligibility Requirements Are Listed For GED TestsPersons Arthur B. II. Joal..
; Announces New known aa Antis, femiM:
Is Record
YOUR GOVERNMENT This Year Soy hsss
desiring! to take the ,i tor of the evening division at the Florida High School Equivalency Hours For Visit M crtMIlt.TM H TV of RIUITOIISin the ...... .f x
General Educational Develop'Brevard Junior College Diploma. Heaviest official rainfall for Arthur 5, R. Joel Lmtsoa are
ment tMts tar the Florida High I The GED teats are administered If you meet all (hew requirements Sergeant Walter F Curie the Tttusvute ana In many 1I..b.... .." nollfted,Liens or d du.ul rti +: aa B
I School Equivalency Diploma, I by the Brevard Junior by the above deadline. Marine Recruiter for the Greater years was recorded Sept IS, hey _, hateyark .Nd : Ys
2S should meet all qualifications no College on behalf of the State said Dr Rainey you will be Titusvtlte Area, announced this year when the Weather in of Hrv the offio.r.. Coolly*t the. natMit Cwu.tr, ta**SIN J'
later than Dec 7. according to Department of Education: to notified by letter of the time today new hour for his visits to Bureau. says a Know rainfallof courtheuM wltkln aim ptlmttr at TUwvWit.math rtorM mmIk *.. 1861:. a.
Dr. Wilburn Rainey Coordwa- I'those individuate who seek a and place for taking these exams i Tltusvtlle 7.M Inches watt recorded It d.t. of til. Oral nubttotttoa -
u I Florida High School Equivalency ." came In connection with Harrkane of Ikli notle Back .tiro .r d.maad
Governor of Florida last I On Mondays, the Sergeant will must In In writ In. and Mvnt
of all diplomas issued year .
There Gladys k -
Diploma. are five separate exams 11*. ik .4.o or r.bl..e.> 4
I went to ad***. be at the Chamber of Commercefrom I put orlle *,44nM of the ..al...- MM
Adult Education Courses available for night there are courses I In order to qualify a personmust requiring approximately 9:30: until 11'JO a m Sergeant '1 leather Bureau records indicate .., and mule' lie awora to .b, theel.rmust t ties
I Then too one and one-half hours each hrs a *n4 N ab at.ternrv
((1)) complete the application -
Twenty years ago man marveled ,school also! include typing available to prepare the citizen be said. Cerise will tent young previous heavy 24-hour or It will bosoms void sac In'.
; shorthand and bookkeeping for for the Florida High School Individuals most! makea men and women rainfalls here follows cnrdlnir lo law, t tons
planewhich anytime during as : Sept1HM
at a fast fighter We must all be capableof .
to vote OelnW
I score of at leant 40 tach Tlk I MS
could strike and return anyone with or without a high carrying out I Equivalency Diploma ((1)) 8IIfoI these hours S 41 Inches and June 24, / Ijiitra A"*..... BoltoaJOKM I ter
sensibly I nut proof of birth date. ((3) Have exam and an overall averageof I apon. !ek-
1 hundred school diploma. 1945, 1144 inches
from a target a few I our constitutional right of Democratic 45 order be Laura Autuita l.tua JOB**. -
is High school dropouts in Flo- proof of Florida residence, and in to eligible for The Sergeant pointed out that .mtrt. feaorla- ;-
:t miles away. Today man Ida and state is a major election. Along these I((4) meet the American Historyand the Equivalency Diploma. the moot popular program now .' John T. Baron 'ex-
then any
But ,
probing outer space. estate\ of unemployment and it lines courses Include; Current American Government requirement The coot (of these examinations Is\ the 120 day delay program to 120 days later I John_ T BWOB. P. O Attornw lane IM.forimnilrli me 135.iauc .
as even now there are millions affairs political science, econo which enables and Tit".."..... narldaIK
places a burden on the tax either by a high Is $7 50 payable at the time the young men Not only Is Sergeant Curled tger
and ,
: who miss the tragedy mica Americanism vs Com 1. la n to irrl) 1M4 to-
for payment of unemployment school transcript showing these Individual files application women to enlist now return i i here to tent and Interview
., magnifteanee of thee accomplishments cannot compensation. imuniwn law for the layman subjects or by taking examinations Dr Ralncy also announcedthat home and go on active_duty up_ I; young men and women for enlistment
because; they Anyone any age1\ho has problems of Democracy American In these subjects. the General) Educational I In the Marine Corps Read Star.Advocate '
read a newspaper. and Florida history and A must be at least 20 Development tests would be ads lor Dec 21. 52. but andRea
1 tells dropped out of high school owesit person College on <<: and to discus a young mam Classified Ais
The 1960 federal census to himself to take night courses government, and citizenship education years old in order to quality for ministered at the Brevard Jun. I U military obligation
less than a born.
us there are no for the foreign -
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Florida who and earn his diploma. Must
; million adults In ,
Illiterate. In people\ho return to school are I We are realizing today that bees: -.
are functionally JgH,
J. 30 of Florida's counties more surprised to find how few sub ,the obligation to educate is not The DOWNTOWN Titusville per ich.icoa.
than fifteen percent of the people jects they must take to acquirea just for the kids but by increasing the
I are in this category OfFlorida's High School Equivalency DIp-i the potential of any Individual
j 49 loma I no matter hat age is to ++ slate .
illiterates percent Jon
I are white 51 percent are Last year 6037 adults went improve him economically and WESTERN AUTO STORE'S art DOS,
t nun-white back to school in Florida to fin culturally Education enhanceshis the ,ert
ish their high school education !I value to his family to society I 1 KlingFair WiUllust
In our education-conscious at night. Better than one in ten i'' and to his state. *

I : society-these but what figures is being are astonIshing done- l 0 4th MONTH GRAND OPENING tonHa-

I I to alleviate the problem of il.

literacy The solution Is entrusted too ASSOCIATE STStCl

the Adult Education Program yw+ rYl
supported by your tax dollar -. LALNLNLILOLALRYB 1-
of the illiterate
: and the Initiative :

t ter himself and undereducated, to bet Corner ,u s neat[rick'

I Florida has made giant strid Broad & s me'per.
es in adult education

erably Illiteracy since has the dropped advent consid of COME IN-STILL TIME TO REGISTER NOW FOR- .. .pine> o!

\, a'Operation series of Alphabet.100 half."hour Through telecasts ,, ; J Nto.ay.

on stations five educational and four commercial television -- Valuable FREE Gifts You Do Nol Have To Be Press t /

t television stations in I. -
Florida and this covers nearly rI /

every have area been of the taught state the, thousands basic a r ent To \Win. No Obligation. Nothing lo Buy! -

skills of reading and writing. -
At least 7,000 people have as
"registered' for this television
course and received woikbwks REGISTRATION 104 oji Ju.s.i Iju -adttta IT TO YOUR
and the services of volunteer DOWNTOWN WESTERN AUTO STORE!
teachers to help with the television k NAME N E W Designed with
lectures. Thousandsmore you In mind I
have learned by merely 8 ADDRESS :, + '

watching telecasts the "Operation Alphabet" If this has ever happened to you PHONE t Revolving Charge Plan 4

Aside from the television you know THIS MAY SE YOUR LUCKY DAYI
I Buy What You N..d! Take 31
plan thousands more are learn- The Difference in insurance e''r'r') r' 'r r
ing these skills In the public ._.;:: months to parr Add on at your con

schools Also the State Department If you Innired your car through dent,why wail until it U I".lute? TO BE GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREEI venlencel ,
of Education under an independent insurant agent! Insure your car-anil your home
Superintendent Thomas D. you remember how. he helped or Lii ine" -lhroiith| ui today I FREE AWARD NO. 3 In Full I 1.
Bailey and the Department of make!. -lire you were paid not just We're independent|, agent. A. \jplayAWay SwingRight II
Public Welfare directed by promptly but fairly a. well such we reprewnl nut one but Now I
Frank M. Kraft, are cooperatively II you bmiitlit your polity Ji- arsenal strong inmirame rotn TRUETONE E STEREO PHONOGRAPH gasp':M21; z
planning new pilot projectsand ret'tly from tome companies,you (panic*. And were, free to lie, on ,
studies to involve many probably never again/ saw the your tide! Slop In.or call ProgramIn 11'1
other welfare recipients In programs man who wild you the ln uranl'e. Vie'11\ give you The Big Differ 1.we.
of basic adult education You almost certainly had nobody enre in insurance-continuing, Now Add Ai You Wish
i But adult education Is not on your side to help you personal .attention. I Plus many more free awards to be made during the Grand Pick Up December 24lh.Nerer *1.

only for the Illiterate Industries If you've never had in acci Opening Sales Days. Winners announced by Phone or A Charge For Lsy-Awsyl'
in 51 of Florida's 67 counties report M -I ,
a need for additional Letter!
technical training for their pre- 1
sent employees. Florida will
need 65 percent more technicians
in the next two years mere
ly to fulfill the needs of present fat'w
Industry not taking Into account I
new Industries that will move
1 Then, In order to attract new BRAKE F FLUID
Industry there must be a leser. i
voir of trained people from A SURESIGN RECORD ALBUMS
t which to draw. Many of these OF AGENCY, INC. ;
will\ be people whose old jobs 12-0..
STRONGINSURANCE 719 Garden TltusYllle For -
have become obsolete through 267.0551PROTECTION Most R.q. 17c 44c AI UI
technical advancement They
must be trained to handle Carl 59C Now 59C
other technical vocations .1 i Hog L08 .

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By Maitell "I"

rvj C.'.,., Price NOW $1 33 Rr ulu

(_ STATE Now 2.49 $1b6 Umijl 1 2 !t. 34c

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..1 2.I. Majored Born] at Waldo.In Political FlorIda.Science Ag. at 42.George Washington S E I L CLOSEOUT CORNER E !II! 8 MANY:: O; THESE ITEMSI

II UniT.riity Washington D. C.

4. Twelve y.ar. active naval service, including World tl
War II and ibe Korean War. Canaveral Oil Heater Hanovia Gas Heater Selection Of Games Children's Girder

5. Service a* a !legal assistant la the office of the Attorney .m........ OeVbM LI,...,
General! of California. /1".IIft,_ b Cart Wish
6. Successful attorney at law la Brevard County. Florida Rg3.1vl.r $100 3ValuesTf $1 00 Rp.I3M $129

for seven ((7)) years. ...,rJtW $1995 4 Only T. Soil' It T. Sell Al 1 Te J.II Ar -
Only .
7. Former Chairman of the Brevard County Democratic
Executive Committee.


Elect! the candidate' who la beat qualified by experience and 14 Only One DoitftYe It Te S.ll' Ali
training to represent you la Tallahassee. Te MI For 66c kit At 49c A' Only 24c RMvc'" 50n1.

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-- FlorMa. Warn* a*** .. I
r aeersus.ot ti.w1M with CMHWM tk e Unm' e- Os.s. ..- REMEMBER YOU GET MORE MUCH MORE FOR YOUR $ AT YOUR WESTERN AUTO STORE:, -



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Phone 267-3994 wit uarbara car/ion I .

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7 Aralias, Oleanders, Boxwood, football game on Nov. 1 at Draa which the Juniors say will b

Weeping Willows, Golden Rain field". the "social highlight of the SM

Whispering Oaks I Trees and many other flower son", are $5 per person whlc!

Assassination Report ing trees and shrubs will be en New officers for Gateway Includes an after-the-theatn
I. Garden Circle Will sale next weekend by TitusviUe Welcome Wagon Club were installed -party at Whispering Hill

sr Work On ProjectThe Garden Club's Horticulture Wednesday by MargaretMrs. Country Club. Dress for the rd|

Committee. The very special ( Joseph Draper) Kennedy, night will be semi-formal but w
Is Now At LibraryThe construction of miniature low prices will offer everyone a at the regular luncheon meeting hear many of the Juniors :ar

haystacks will highlight the chance to beautify their yard as at the Act. IV Gloria (M r :.. wearing those beautiful 1 Ion ;

report of the President's Exile of Time" by Ray Cummings Tuesday morning meeting of the well as helping to beautify our Ned) Rust Is the busy club's sheath formals If you're planning

'*)*' commission on the assassination ; "Valley of Vengeance"by Whispering Oaks Garden Circle j city new president with VI (Mrs to be afirst nighter'

of President John F. Kennedy Ben Smith; "Murder at Tall to be held at the home of Proceeds from the sale of the Mike) Bramhall as first vice phone Norma for tickets at 27
Mrs. R. trees and shrubs will be usedto M 2305 before it's too late. M
is among the new books Tip" by Eleanor Green Gless; S. Batchelder 112 president; Jeanette ( r* ;
received this week at the Titus "This Was Valley" by Toy. Lane Ave., according to public. transform the islands along James) Kostakos, second vice Fair Lady Is scheduled for Nov

., ville Public Library Wall; "Herzog"my by Saul Bellow; ity chairman Mrs Bink Griffls. U S. 1 Into "beauty spots". president; Susan (Mrs. Jeff) (, 7, 1 and 14 in the Titusvilh
nn Ouida (Mrs. Edward) MooreIs High Auditorium. Proceeds frill
Other new additions at the Highland recording secretary;
"Look Ben Haas.
Away" by
The small haystacks, upon chairman of the sale which Helen (Mrs. Gunnar) Nygard, the event will benefit Jess P-r
library : .j47 .
Juvenile completion, will be filled with will be held in Blanton Park on i corresponding secretary; Helen rish Memorial Hospital > d n"i!
Adult candy and presented to the children Oct. 30 and 31 from 8:30 charitable A
Barbie's Fashion Success"by : a m. to (Mrs. Eskel) Hermanson, er projects tne
Bette Lou Mavbee; "Jon theUnlucky" patients at Jess Parrish 0 p.m. An extra "added attrac.tion" treasurer; Eva (Mrs. Ben) Con jvvr
"Out of Silence into Sound" Memorial
RospitahCohostesses will be, "with the pur way, historian; Lou (Mrs. John;)
by Roger Burlingame; "Written I by Elizabeth Coats- will be Mrs. "HEY THERE" What's going on?" seemed to be chase of >10 each
person gets a chaplain. !
'n in the Stars" by Jean Carew; worth; "The First Book of the Maury Brimcr and Mrs. Carl J the thoughts of little Kelly Anne Manders recently I free ticket to the PrIde. Inc Reservations .or the "nlalure
Long Armistice" by Louis L. Rev. Ed Norman, pastor o f First Nighters': gala ev ,11
"The Purchase of Florida" by Schultz. when Fred Fisher laboratory technician at Jess Par- semi
Hubert Bruce Fuller; "The Snyber; "A Wild Goose Tale" rish Memorial her professional First Methodist Church, was of the year are being made rapIdly ] -
Hospital pricked finger for
a speaker for the occasion. and, as of late Thursday
by Wilson Gage; "The Sun is a
Book of Shell Craft Instruction"by blood
ATTEND FUNERALMr. sample. Over 300 parishioners took advant-
20 seats still
only were ava'lable
Golden Earring" by Natalia M.
Frank and Uarjorie Pelosl; Legion Auxiliary
of the blood clinic held
age typing at St. Teresa's
Belting; "Hay-foot, Straw-footr" Couples Bridge sessions are If you're planting to u-
"Search in the Desert" by John and Mrs. Carl Jacksonand Catholic Church. To Meet
Marco Allegro; "Barry Gold- by Erick Berry; "The Mitten" Mrs. Eleanor Free attended the Kelly's sister, Mary held her for MondayTitusville I still being held each Friday tend phone Mrs. Goldie De 'ii,
by Alvin Tresselt test.-Carlson Photo evening by the Gateway Welcome reservations chairman, at !7-
water: portrait of an Arizonan" ; the funeral of Mrs. JosephI Unit No.1, Amerl
"The Islands of Hawaii" by Sunday Wagon Club in the Worn 239. Although there Is nod-
by Edwin McDowell; Helms in Anniston, Ala., can Legion Auxiliary, will meet
=7 "Where did your money go?" Louise and Richard Floethe; Mrs. Helms, a niece of Scottsmoor First NASA Wives Enjoy Oct, 26, 8 p.m., at the Legion an's Club on Hopkins Avenue mission charge, no one will oe
"Heinrlch Schllemann Discoverer Mrs. Jackson's had visited in All couples in the area Interested admitted without a reserved
by Andrew Tully and Milton ; W.M.S. Cards LuncheonThe Club when plans will be discussed -
of Burled Treasure" by this Baptist in playing bridge are invitedto seat.
= Britton; 'The World of Ancient area on numerous occa for the annual Girls _
Man" I. Cornwall George Selden; "A stork for the sions. She had been seriously 111 Meets attend.
by W. ; "The At ChurchThe Titusville NASA Wives State dinner, and a report I
: _
.. Bell Tower" by Dale Fife; "Jos- for two years.EVERRITT. held their monthly Card Party. heard on the central area The new Convent of St. Te

Ie and the Snow" by Helen E. Woman's Missionary Society Luncheon on Tuesday, Nov. 21, conference held in Lakeland last The Golden Years Club spon- resa's Church will be dedicated
Card Of ThanksWe Buckley; "The First Book of IN HOSPITAL of First Baptist Church of at the Act IV Lounge. Sunday. sored by the Titusville Woman's Sunday at 12.30: p.m. (followingthe

= Desserts" by David C. Knight; Scottsmoor met at the churchon Bridge and canasta was enjoyed A social hour will follow the Club is in full swing again for last Mass) by Reverend

appreciate so much the "Cambodia; Land and Con- Fred M. Everritt, veteran Ti- Monday, Oct. 19. from 9 am. until noon. business meeting. Do-nuts and. the winter season. The group Father Irvine Nugent Chancellor

cards, letters, flowers and trasts" by Ruth Tooze; "The usville businessman, entered The meeting was opened by Bridge winners were Mrs. Ver- cider, observing Halloween will met last Friday for an opening of the Diocese of St Augus

'"* other expression of sympathy Book of Three" by Lloyd Alex- Jess Parrish Hospital this week Mrs. Ben Busby with Mrs. Sally non Jansen, first, and Mrs. Russell be served by Mrs. W. H. Barn- session and will resume the regular tine.Seven
at the time we lost our brother, ander; "The Trieste: the story where is receiving treatments. Bade reading the prayer calendar Gromen, second. ard and Mrs. W. G. Jenkins. meetings on Nov. 5, from Sisters of Mercy teJ.: J h-

Samuel II. Griffin I of the U. S. Navy's first inner He is reported to be in critical and saying prayer for all A delicious luncheon was servo I,Junior members who are old 1 9-11:30: a.m. and will continue on ling children in St Teresa's

:: Mr. and Mrs. II. Guy Duff :space ship" by Dick Snyder condition.are missionaries who bad birthdayson ed at noon in the Encore Room enough to enjoy the senior programs the first and third Thursdayeach : School moved into the Convent

w this date.Following. which wad appropriately decor- are Invited. month. All those "young it shortly after construction w n s

:. 9drirsv yids APl a.4I --- the regular business ated for Halloween. Mrs. Barnard, Mrs. Jenkins heart" folks, aged 60 or over, completed a few weeks ago. The

w- e meeting the program, Members were welcomed by and Mrs. Wilma Sisson attended are cordially Invited to attend two-story building was designedto
.. a-f the sessions.We house 10 Sisters with
"Oh Worship the King" was hostesses Mrs. Ben Hursey and the Lakeland conference. easy
-- presented by Mrs. Nellie Cor- Mrs. Phil Claybourne. Newcomers They enjoyed a visit with Col. remember last year, the expansion to house 17 Sister.

dell with Mrs. Sally Bade Mrs. were recognized, and and Mrs. Russell Whiting, form. members really enjoyed making The school choir will sing I
Bessie of Titusville various Items by hand to hymns at the 11:30: a.m. Mass;
ee.w Busby, Mrs. Noami Farmer given a special welcome. erly past commander
Mrs. Wilma Sanders and Following the luncheon, numbers and past president of sell at Christmas time. This during the ceremonies and for

Mrs. Inez Simmons taking partas were drawn for door prizes the Titusville Post and Unit 1 year Noe. (Mrs. Lawrence) Lucas Benediction of the Most Blessed -

wr'r newly elected: officers and winners were Mrs. Ralph respectively. After living a few : crafts consultant for North Sacrament in Church follow-

M., Mrs. Carolyn Holcombe and Richards Mrs. Richard Gamble years in California, Col. and Brevard Girl Scouts, will meet ing the Blessing of the ConventAn

--- w Mrs. Peg Lamparter were also and Mrs. Bryce Lowry. Mrs. Whiting are now making with the members and teach
i e 1 present. The next meeting will be held their home in Siesta Key, Fla. them how to make 0ft items afternoon tea for Mel Fct-

rrw-- The meetings are open to all on Nov. 17 at the Act IV Lounge. from the usual "throw aw 'ys" ner, Republican candidate for

t women of the community and Hostesses for this meeting will around a house. Many of the County Commissioner, is scheduled -

a everyone is cordially invited to be Mrs. Walter Cooney, 287-5730 Bridge LessonsTo articles they made will be sold for Sunday afternoon at the

attend. You do not have to be a and Mrs. Ralph Richards, 267- Be OfferedThe at the Woman's Club bazaar on home of Mr and Mrs. Orel Or.

member of the church.A 7178. Please phone either of Dec. 7.Our vis, 1334 Indian River Ave. at

see VJ baby sitter is needed for these ladles or Mrs. Bryce Low Titusville Recreation Department !, f p.m

these monthly meetings and ry at 267-2145 for reservations will sponsor an eight lovely Mrs. Brevard, Nor- All those interested in meet-
: I anyone interested may call before noon Friday, Nov. 13. weeks course of beginners ma (Mrs. Jack) Larks, is chair Ing the candidate are invited to

< Mrs. Busby at 257-1814 or Mrs. bridge lessons at the River man of the Junior Woman's

: ,.I{ Lamparter at 267-0418. Sew So Club Meets Lanes Bowling Alley, beginning Club "First Nlghter" programon
,- Oct. 28.Although. opening night of the musical,

.. .'A NOTICE Or BID With Mrs. Nelson the course will include "My Fair Lady." "We've had a

't 1' : tb Sealed* Board bldi oC County will bi CommU.lon.received; by Mrs. R. Nelson entertainedthe basic fundamentals, any tremendous response", Norma attend.BIIi

., ere, Br vard County, Florid, In monthly luncheon of the person that knows how to play tells us, "and we only have a
r.. If .A.p! "z, lb. Commlnloner room court- will benefit torn the course to few seats left for opening
boom, In Tltunvllli, Florida uo Sew So Club at the home of I I
1 until tta o'olock A.II.. Nov.mbe be conducted from 9:30: am. to night-
? \ Mrs. E. G. Nelson, Garden
D' S 19f14 for
__ "'1'. ........ .Jo" ". KXMHIO: Oil., more or tom of Wednesday, Oct. 14th. 12:30: p.m.stile Tickets for the gala event,
'" .. .. nrhsSkhrrwrinWkiY1< : .. regular laiollne of not leas St.1 classes will be taught by
x '" r..ltr Covered dish luncheon .
than 100 octane. Mrs. Ralph Jones, who has * * * *
Delivery to b* mad In 1000 served to: Mrs. Fred Burkett, I
FUTURE G.S. LEADERS (lion or more Ion to the conducted classes for several
from left
large were, Mrs. Robert Com-
Mrs. W. D. Wilson
County Commli.lon r'. DI.- Mrs. W, E. RE-ELECT NOV. 3
group of future Girl Scout leaders parato, instructor Mrs. L. L. Post trlot Maintenance Barns, Tb.auooealul Ziegler, Mrs. L C. Crofton, Mrs. civic organizations throughoutthe I

=- completed training course recently Mrs. James Reeves, Mrs. Ralph How- with owner bidder* of undergroundStores. to arrant Fred Stroud, Mrs. Douglas Barn- North Brevard area. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE '

-. with an outdoor day in the woods. One ington, Mrs. Robert Clabaugh and Mrs. .at tank th. M.I.te.anoe already located hart, Mrs. E. M. Parker, Mrs. Each class will consist of approximately I

=- patrol cooking and eating out-of-doors J. C. Elliott. Carlson Photo. Barn, guoceMful bidder to James Koon and Mrs. Carl one hour of Instruction R. A. CUTTER J
-- furnleb. pump. and one hour of actual
_.. The Board the Nord, guest.
nnrvM rightto
playing under supervision of the
:::: rejeol any and all bid.. The November luncheon will PORT COMMISSIONER i
_"" . a- __ Bldi to be marked: "Bid for instructor.
.. r II +r 1 rx .....lIn." be held the second Wednesdayat Anyone desiring to register PROVEN j
--, I 9 l WICKHAM. the home of Mrs. E. M. Parker
CHAIRMAN seeking further information is BUSINESSMAN
BOARD or COUNTY 80 Washington Ave., at 1:00: asked to call the Recreation Department -


33.FLORIDA.Oct. JO Frl.. )1M4. Important to register through the
Card Pol. Adr. Paid for by R. A. CutUr
ThanksI Department in order
r/f-d. Notice I I. hereby given pureuant to determine the number of
to a Final Dei me of foreoloiure wish to thank the many Interested persons. .
dated October Slit int. and en- friends for the flowers, cards
(..red In Chancery Cae No. 99140
0' the Circuit Court of the NinthJuilolul and such which were sent to INDIAN RIVER REXALL DRUGS
vard Count Circuit, Florida In and, for wherein Br. me while in the hospital in


!I.WAN Plaintiff.AMHN. or and HAMMONTON LUST J.CRKKCH surgery. I also wish to thank .
and FRANCFM UCRKKCH. my many friends for their
: hi* wife, are Defend' II
ant, I will ..11 to the hliheal andbut prayers.Mrs
bidder for cub at the frontdoor ? Georgiana Cuyler SPECIAL OFFER
of the Brevard County
Courthoun In Tltuevlll. Brevard -- -
County, Florid, at 11 A.M.
'clink, on the Uth day of Nov.
ember, 1WU, the following dec
crlbed property a* nt. forth Inlaid STORE HOURS:
Final. Decree, ta-wtti I
Lot *. Block C, Harbor Bet- I 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. IPBU
1 .
t. at< Uubdlvliiloa Section 1 aoeonllnf -
to the plat thereof a* I
recorded In Book 14. Phone AM 715112.Way
Pace 1*, of

.. tfr '.I: Brevard/*/ curler County R., Florida.lI.r....
Mar Jo Vnier
.. "i Deputy Clerk 1
\ Oct. 31 Frit 1DM.NOTICK" .
''', ,, :}I .
roa mo
... J. ,, riled bide will b* received by A e
the Hoard of County Conrnleelonen Doubly Smart!
of Brevard County. Florida
SPACE aD until .:4ft .'01"" .. AM. Mov- r
'NICKS' Members of Epsilon Girard Mrs Hill, Mrs. Henry Theed ember th. mi. In the Coramleoner -

Sigma Alpha Sorority resembledItrange Mrs. Niven Ball and guest, Mrs ..itvlll**. Room.Florida Court for.- Ho...., TI-

creatures from outer space for William Ballard. Seated are Mrs. Two ((3) Caeh Rrgloter forthe

1 the first "rush" party of the season Richard Brady and Mrs. Patrick Igram Office.Clerk, In Tltuevlll of th* Circuit. Florid Court' .4

recently at the space pad of Mrs. Lars -Carlson Photo. BI4 epecincatlone, mar Ve ..*-
blued at the office of Clerk <
ry HilL From left are Mrs. Harvey Irmill Court U Tltuevtllo.Th .
Board recerve* the right Urejocl
V.- T ...- -_ __. ___. ,.__ ._ any and all bid. .
1 e w All bid* ,. b* marked on outeld /.iJtnnue\/ ,1.50
fit envelope, -Bid for CaahEeglMer Velvet
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DeL :a. au IJ'r\.1 104.'F. .

4.98 fOur 0 JJ

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Car. \ COLOGNESin e

venatifo velvet turban -r"

Raymond'sBEAUTY with matte Jersey headband .
...-1 a new 2 O0. spray container
LOUNGE becomes a dick velvet pillbox ,f

SORORITY RUSHEES-New rush- Betty McGaughey Betty Lee, h R, PLAZA by using fee Jersey a* IMM limi*. Two dbtrnctivefaihiou hanebon eJy packaged

ees for Eta Eta Chapter of Beta Sigma Joyce Pridgen, Sue Sander Barbara :osier for ODe low price. BUck coffee, bronze, red, and for a limited tract onryTABU

Phi Sorority were honored with a Phillips, Kitty Smith. Jessie Pickett cocky blut.

-. coffee recently and presented gifts of and Joy Myers, president of the chapter MILLINERY SALON 20 CARATS DUSHFrlday

miniature cut glass vases. From left Carlson Photo. I .

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E.Jht Ann rtvHaCluweer'arty ,
I ; ...
as a
[! !
: Set For Tuesday

iVith News And Notcss I '
Salon 5M, Eight and Forty \

&?i ? of Nortts Brerord ,'will hold a Halloween party for l
members following a short busi
: mess session, at 8 p.m. Thurs ,
day, Oct 27th, at the Titusville I I i. IX;
American Legion Home. enter.
Vulture members will join the
Wives ladies for the party following I :k
S'r yWS
Guest' Enjoy their business meeting. I! It

Halloveen// Party .. All are asked to come dressed ..Y
"t in costume, or casual dress. A tky
Chrysle wives bewitched bus ; supper will be served by the I

.:Jt// Bands aw guests with an even. salon partners, who are sharing| 1 kehr
ing of dancing and gaiety Sat. in preparing the menu, and JkarlaOUTM

jfto> Oct ITih; at a gala Hal. furnishing everything excrpt + ,
0:., lo\\ecn Costume Party. ham, .which the Voiture is furnishing. V mager

j The ballroom was artfully de-
d.. jorated with skeltons, pump. .. .'1: Partners who are membersof lama
tins witches out-of-state salons are al and
'. and goblins, with r )
,- an enormous scarecrow as the ways welcome to meetings of fi'l ReaChev.
:ziS center of attraction. The Salon $54.Bank .
am. I, I \ t
; )
and resourceful program 'l
chairmen were Olega Bretzius 1 .
: and Barbara Koby assisted by dI EmployeesPlan 0a per

vet Raising Mary Lou Backoff, I"< J '1 J Oyster Roast .4 the
Ann MacDonald and Estelle \ t J stateSara
I '
., ,
A t. Employees of the First National
k Bank of Titusville are at the
group of artists ) r uI
painters, astronauts, <.. ) .,1 planning an oyster roast at the duringFair
pussy j. "".. : '" Jones bar
cats cowboys, hobos, beatniks, ,) .. oyster near Oak Hill 9iiL'a t
tomorrow, Oct 24th.
gleshas and -
monsters .
a for prttes given by Storekeeper t Y r ,. :: .- 11>.. All employees and members I -
:1 By The Sea, Shore Lane Bowl. I ,.- _, \ 't" of their families, numbering
log, and Mr. Coiffures of Mer- .. f' .bout 100, are expected to at. wff'COSTUMES :
ritt Island. 1 .. ,, .end.
'", t 1 I I I
With much difficulty, the k Ij"1\ ,
Judges chose as the best cost. # iyc i > Brockett Is ROTC I

tunes The 'Adam Hencins, ......., : Cadet At
U Of F
;o masked as the dry Munster BEING MADE Members year and the profits will be partially

..... family hilarious; Sally and Al Notary as PLAN RUMMAGE SALE-The ladiesof Planning the project are, left to right: Arlington S Brockett Jr., son of the Titusville Junior Woman's for charity projects. Shown above are,
I J and cave 0 dwellers, and the Indian River City Woman's Mrs. William (Glenda) Johnson, chairman of Mr. and Mrs. Arlington S. Club have been very busy the past from left: James Rose, Mary Fanton,
Olega Ed Bretzius as a Club have been working hard getting Mrs. Richard (Barbara) Cromwell Brockett, 1120 Riverside Drive, several days preparing for their pro Gene Putman and John Chapman as
glamorous French
.4 Drakula.maid and unglamorous ready for a Rummage Sale to be held co-chairman, Mrs. Nick (Lillian) Titusville, is presently enrolled duction of "My Fair Lady" to be pre.sentod they prepare the costumes to be used
?I today and tomorrow at the Chamberof Turopoljac and Mrs. Lawrence (Jill) as a cadet in the Army ROTC; soon. This will be one of the S-A Photo.
The recipients of the door Commerce Building in Titusville. Flink. at the University of Florida. biggest projects Involving the club this

I d prizes were the W. 0. Browns,
Richard Harris's and Carl

"'u Brinkmans. Ann and Tom Mc Dr. Park Elected Director Of Florida Division ACS IS J I
': c. Donald as Fred and Wilma JWC Musical "My Fair Lady"To
.ill! Flintstone, greeted the guests.
o y.'i Music for the evening was proM Dr. Mary Cathryne Park wa Dr. Park Is known as Bre Park received her AB., graduating 1952 and first taught English at UH
vided by the Elngsmen and a elected to the Board of Directors vard County's Dynamic Lady magna cum laude, mas- Stetson University in DeUnd "** ,
." buffet dinner was served after I of the Florida Division, Educator and students find her ter's degree and decorate from later the I
",: the dance. Be Staged Nov. 6 7 13 14The Inc. of the American Cancer Society as fascinating as she is attrac the University of Pennsylvania. tame subject at
at the annual meeting held tive. She is one of the most dedicated Ida Southern College In 110.I
in Orlando, Oct. 16-18. college nrofen.inn In Dr Park came to Florida la land.
Informal Coffee Titusville Junior Wo thusiasm and receiving wonderful Memorial Hospital and other I Dr. Park was also elected to educating the youth f--our-

"-< To Honor'Oressler man's Club's major effort of support. club charities. the State Public Education Committee country to be found on any

.XJi the year, production of the Curtain time will be 8 p.m. The cast, crew and members As a Director she will campus and she is as brilliantas
Mrs Lois Brjk, Democratic musical "My Fair Lady," the at Titusville High School audi of the JWC are all serve a three year term and In she is popular I
Precinct Committeewoman, and weekends of Nov. 6-7 and Nov. torium and the proceeds are hard In hopes of working this both capacities she will help Dr, Park Is also president of
:1 her committee of North Brevard 13-14, is generating great en earmarked for Jess Parrish "standing room making a guide the activities of the FlorIda the Brevard Unit, ACS. Her out. MISSILELANDA
only" performance
Division, ACS. standing contributions to the
\1 women, wish to"extend to all ,
t voters an invitation( to an informal t_ ,"" "" '" every night. Dr, Park is chairman of the Cancer Society were recognized

w coffee Friday' Oct. 23, Enthusiasm at rehearsals, under Division of Social Science lit when in June she received the
honoring James Dressier, Denv the expert hands of musical Brevard Junior College, where highest citation given by the NURSERY
ocratlc Candidate! for State Sen director Jacob lIanneman and her lectures on Man's Cultural Society.In .
Ji ;
I ator. I co-directors Sandy Gookind and Heritage are among the most September she was featured
The Women's Club Building, Wanda Wycoff, guarantees an popular at the college. I in the Florida Magazine as N
across from A&P market, is unforgetable night of music, She has been appointed an adjunct the Woman of the Werk. About FALL PLANTING TIME *
the scene of the coffee beginning laughter and light romance. professor in the gradual her the article said, "She's a M
school of the Florida Stat real Jewel. Brevard County ..
at 8 p.m. Reports from all committees University and will be teach wouldn't be the same without LOW-LOW PRICES ..
AU registered ,.voters are in. ad, tickets, etc., are very part time under the Business her She does more in a day
.," tiled to drop by:end meet Mr gratifying and this major effort Management program of the than most folks could in ,
.u.. Dressier and 2flcpress your I of the year holds every Florida Institute for Continuing a week. cover 90% OF OUR STOCK ONLY .
views to him s< -he will know I''promise of attaining even the University Studies (FICUS). Dr. .
tl' "I the likes and disuses of Brevard Dr. Park gives tirelessly of
highest expectations of the Junior Park it one of five professors her "
t a. countlans. He:welcomes any Woman's Club.Republican teaching a course In "W 0 rid l time and talent to many civic 50LIOUSTRUM
+ questions whicC: the public Civilization" by television, endeavors. She I III a memberof EA'
,.. the Florida Academy of Sclences .
might wish to a.E'him. WESH-TV,
WomenTo Florida Anthropological VIIURNUM, HOLLY, GARDENIA
Society, YMCA Board, Delta
Saturday MoviesAt Meet Wednesday Pink Lady ScheduleThe Kappa Gamma for Honor! Education ALTHIA A OTHERS, rODOCARfUl, VITIX, PITISPOftUM, I

Bayview SchoolThe Brevard County TB
The North Brevard Women's Pink Lady schedule for and Respiratory Disease Association
Bayview Elementary S Republican Club will meet Wed Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital, Southern Hlxtnrical Society THIS ADWORTH a
School PTA is once again sponsoring rrejip nesday, Oct 28th, at 1:30: p,m. week of Oct. 25-31, Is follows: and many others. She ,a f 1
Saturday children's mov at the home of Mrs. William II. Sunday, OIl 25 Morning: licensed to preach In the Methodist f
lea at the school Profits from Barnard in Bollwood. P. Wilson, T Wilson L. Rash: Church as a result of stud. I' SON
the movies and'other; PTA fun Mrs. Glen Richmond, club: afternoon; M. N. Cason, B. lea at the Candler School of Theology $200
ctions pay for many of the Important president will preside at the llnds; evening: 11 Conner<<> C ,

II... educaQonal "extras" _.. ._ .. ,. meeting. Williams/ I She Is listed In such distinguished AMY ,
I' for the children. IPI- 1-' 1 This will be the last club Monday, Oct. 2J Morning: directories ai the International 7.00 t
The first mpvie Saturday, meeting before the general election L WOW, L Jones, M. Enkln, Blue Book, Who's Who r q
o'! Oct. 24 consists of four cartoons. "NOW WHAT?" Little Kelly Anne Manders and all women InterestedIn evening: R. Williams, E. Stout In the World, Who's Who in the ORDEROCTOBER
.' .. It starts at 1:30'and: lasts about wasn't sure she wanted any of "that orange stuff" electing Republicans, local to Tuesday, Oct 27 Morning.: South and Southwest, Directoryof
two hours. Starring in the cartoons being offered to parishioners taking part In the national, are Invited. r. Young, L Pettit, F. Tuten; American Education, Whoa DURING! I
are Porky Pig Woody Blood Typing Clinic held recently at St Teresa's I afternoon: F. Thompson, C Who in the Humanities and ti; ,
Woodpecker, Bugs. Bunny and Catholic Church. First they pricked her finger, Thompflon; evening: D. MatH Who's Who of American Worn-
'n others. and "now what". Trying to coax her were, from on? P. Filer B Lee. en.A
Admittance is 30 cents per left, Mrs. Agnes DeGerald, Mrs. Betty Grimm andKeU"s ets, the delegates will hear Dr. Wednesday, Oct 28 Morn. native of Dry Run, Pa, Dr
'j Lloyd Davis, administrator of InR: E Ramfo
person. Cold drinks and cookies Carlson Photo. th, L. Estrada:
sister Mary. -
'the Federal Extension .
will be on sale. Service.Dr. afternoon: V Gass, L. Brown.
Margaret Browne, directorof log; evening/ : J. Phelps, V.
Home Economics Programs, India, T. Howard
Past Chiefs ClubThe Floridians To Attend Federal Extension Service, will Thursday, Oct. 28 Morning:

Club speak to the National Council S. Oroskle, p. Short; evening: our veterans' problems I
Chief's of
Past the '
which will attract some 3000 B. Simmons, J. Conden. are
Pythian Sisters met Monday Meeting In HawaiiPetersburg Club members from every stateIn Friday. Oct. 10 Morning: V.
evening at the home of Mrs. D. the Union.Following i Shuler, D. Stout; afternoon: M. important to Congressman
. I B. Pritchard with Mrs.. J. C. Hawaii and the National Extension first vice presidentof the meeting nearly I Salter, W Whilen; evening: J.
Rogres as cohostess.A : Homemakers Council the State Extension Homemakers all the delegates will visit Hughes, J. Moore.
sweet course with coffee wW welcome more than M Florida Council and coordinator
-' outer Hawaiian Islands, where Saturday Oct. tl Morning:
was served to guests upon ar Home Demonstration of the trip, said that Hawaiian S. Gault afternoon
and they will be entertained at fUh- ; : B. Ziegler,
rival, drinks, nuts candy
members and ten of their husbands history culture and hospitality E. Chllden
netting parties, picnics, luaus, : evening: L. Ruh,
during Mrs. games.Mattie Carule. later this month. will be generously Interspersed and an orchid banquet. R. Martin, P. Stamp.INSURANCE. Ha supported all your legislation for the benefitof ...

: (ident, conducted the Mrs. Sue B. Young, Brevard throughout. the confer. --- veterans and voted for all 19 of your Veterans'Dills ..
" meeting. Devotional vicepres:1::1 County Home Demonstration ence program.In In the 88th Congress. Ed Gurney Introducedyour
Agent, announces that Brevard addition to the usual state
Mrs. Lee Tinnel and bill to prevent reduction in pensions of war
has three representatives reports and workshops on pub r
Nicholson read the 23rd: PsalmIn County ? veterans and their survivors as a result of
of Mrs. Frank G. on the way to the meetingin licity, international relations, I
memory : leisure time Inter. y the Increase In Social Security payments.
demised. Hawaii. They are Mr. and I health and t i
Clark, recently
Mrs. Pritchard won the mystery Mrs. G. K. Taylor of Merritt' GOT TOO MUCH? Congressmen Gurney Is a veteran spentsix ,

package, and Mrs. Knox Island, and Mrs. Dorothy Murk. GOT TOO LITTLE? years in Armed Forces. was wounded .. :. I I
Thompson Mrs. Julia Giles and I she, of Cocoa Beach. GARDEN In Germany and awarded the Purple Heart ..,.
Mrs. Ted Morgan, winners at Heading the Florida delega HEED ADVICE He won the Silver Star for heroic action. .," l&M l n
I the largest ever to attenda ; toO
... canasta, were presented gala tion -
Halloween wrapped tea pots as National Extension Home- !
I makers Council meeting will "H
prizes. CERAMICS hr
Others present ere Mrs. Bert be Mrs. 0. F. Shepard, of Quin- rOI/ft MAN" Of ACTION I. >1. H."..'. CipHtt
Freeman, Mrs. Layton Corbin I cy. president of the Florida
.. Mrs. Thomas PoppeD Mrs. La State Extension Homemakers j 711 GARDEN ST.
: cy Ramer and Miss Mantle Council. keep Edward J.
of St
Love. Mrs. Herbert Post, (formerly' Cent ED KITTIES .

The November meeting will be Ctrtml c...*,.)
held at Castle/ Hall with a covered I :
dish meal, followed by RUMMAGE SALE CLASSES Agency GURNEYin

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ape fitusvTil* (Fforid*) Stir-A .", October 21, W4 Sf. Teresa's Catholic, Church Of God r Sellwood Biaf; I r
I Hours of worship at St Te I Services for the Church of BeUwood Beptlllwrc

resa's Catholic Chuurch are announced I God, Hopkins Avenue forth e services are aMoun as tel
Church News Of The Week I as follows by Rev week will begin with classes in lows by the pastor Heart
Father John B. O'Hare :
pastor '
.. the study of the Word at 10 Walters: ,
Sunday Masses: 7, 8:30: 10 I
4r a.m. Sunday, followed by worship Sunday School I
For Titusville and North Brevard County and Weekly 11:30: a.m.Masees: Monday at 11. Evening worship will Morning worship 11 g m I

been at 7. Youth training will This chapel 11, a slop of
through 8 Saturday
Deadline For Church News on These Pages I P. If. Wednesday 9 am.Confessions Friday. a.m., be on Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. Central Baptist ClturQj Indtaa
Special services given to bring RIver City.
4-5 and (
Saturdays i
to Christ, deliverance
the lost .
I 7.8 p.m. for the sick, and to bring people j

Trinity LutheranSunday t.'i::: NEIITITION I I. R. C. MethodistThe Central Baptist, Church Of God closer to God, will be In I day at 7:30: p.m. The jam Joseph I
Mims MethodistServices progress this week and next I N. Daniel, .xteai a welcome -
morn. ;' u 01'ship servo 91.W t4 Iwed service of worship for the Central Baptist Church of In. Mims week; Thursday through Sun- to all
Ice at Trln t' p"an Church W da Indian River City Methodist dlan River City, Rev. D. V. Me for Mlms Methodist
begins at 10:15: lie Festival of Church will be held Sunday at Allister, pastor, announces servo Church, Rev. S. C. Mayo, pastor .
God, Mims, Rev. FIRST CHURCH
the Reformation will be observed 11 a.m. in the new church build Ices as follows: are announced as follows:
this Sunday A nursery for ing located on Highway No. BO Sunday: Sunday School 9:45a Kyle H. Bryan, pastor, announces Quarterly Conference will be 1027 Park Ave. Tliuivlll

email children Is provided across from Indian River .m.,; Morning worship, 11,; Jun: services u follows: held Friday evening at the Sun. School, 9:45 a.m. Worship Hour. 11 a.m.
during the worship! service. The Heights The pastor, Rev. Robert lor church from 8:30 to 7:30.:
church Is located choir practice, II p.m.; Train. Sunday: Sunday School, 10 Youth Fellowship, 8 p.m. Evangelistic Hour
on Magnolia Waddell will
bring the services
Avenue in Indian River City. "e.IJ message, "A Portrait Of God." ing"Baptist Union, 8:30 Deacons"; also study bookof a.m.; Morning worship, 11; Eve held Morning at 9 and worship 11 a.m. and eve are 7 p.m. Wed. midweek service. 7 p.m.
A will be received ;; Evening ning service, 7:30: p.m. THOMAS REAM. MINISTER
School into
Sunday begins at t with group worship, 7:30: with installationof ning worship at 7:30.:
classes for all A the membership of the churchof School at 10 Scrlptur.l-Chrl.t.CeDtered-EYlryon. Welcome
agei. nursery Sunday School workers and Wednesday, 7:30: pm., Youth Sunday convenes
for children under I Is conducted ..Qt UppatJtoom. the conclusion of the servo teachers. Service. a.m. and Methodist Youth Fellowship Infanta & Toddlers Nursery
during Sunday School. Following .- --- ice. meets at 8 p.m.
church and Sunday Immediately following the The WMU Leadership Course
'"If 1
School, coffee and kool-ald will Read Acts 1:17-21 service there will be a fellow. will be conducted Monday, Tues
be served. Barnabas took him (Saul) ship dinner for members and day, Wednesday and Thursday
The Trinity Lutheran Church and brought him to the apostles, Friends of the church. Each family from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.
Women will attend the area and declared to them how on is asked to bring enough Tuesday, 7:30: p.m., YWA
workshop of the American Luth the road he had seen the Lord, food for their family The meets at the church.
eran Church Women In Orlandoon who spoke to him, and how at church will furnish bread and
Wednesday 8 30
: p.m., officers
Damascus he had preached
Saturday, Oct. 24. Also, nn drinks. and teachers
boldly in the name of Jesus. 1 meeting: Beginnerand
Saturday, there will be a work
" party at the church to clean (Acts 9:27-RSV: ) Sunday School for all ages will and Primary Intermediate Sunbeams, Junior I S I
GA's and
I be held from 9:45: to 10.35: a.m.
windows and other Jobs. One day a friend showed mea RA'a .
Sunday afternoon at 2, small box, Music Immediately Open house will be held for the : : Prayer meeting.
the Junior Lutheran will meet came from it when I turneda youth of the church Sunday from Thursday, 10 a.m., women's 'dt s "" laFYYys i
for study and crafts. This group knob. "A miracle," I said, 4.15: to 5:13: p.m. for recreation.A visitation; 7 p.m., men's visits > ; n
is for children ages 611. The My friend laughed, "No miracle snack supper will be servedat lion. S'
Luther League will hold a Halloween ; just a transistor radio." 5:15: p.m. with the Methodist
"a party Sunday evening at We are so clever today that Youth Fellowship program at First Baptist ChurchFirst
w 8:30: at the home of Mr, and we can destroy a whole city with 9.45: p.m.Sunday. v
= Mrs. John Lundy in Mlms. The one bomb, send rockets to the evening fellowship for Baptist Church offers For every action there u a reaction. If we love

1 members of the Luther League moon, produce fresh water from all ages will be held at 7:30 in three worship services every r w. are loved. If we give we are given. When ,
:- of,.Indian Harbour Beach will be salt water. Few things appearto the chapel, with hymn sing. Sunday. The early services begins '
their euests. be miracles now Ing, and a movie on "F a m 11 1 y at 8.30: o'clock with special we learn this and believe it we have learned

I A special Council meeting will The dictionary that Worship". The hour will con. music and a message by the M > God't plan for ut.
be held Sunday evening at 7:30: miracle is caused by says a supernatural a elude with a time of fellowship.Boy Pastor, W. S. Hardin. .1

=. at the church. agency, Now if everythingwe Scout Troop No. 370 will Sunday School begins at 9.45: No man can live alone. He needs his neighbor.

Women The Trinity wlU hold Lutheran their October Church did were kind, if everythingwe meet church.Monday Junior, 7 Girl p.m.Scouts at the am. with graded nurseries u t R K God told ui chit many times, "Love thy

l meeting Monday evening at 7.30: 1 and thought if everything were pure we said and good were, meet Monday from 4 to 5:30 will: all,ages classes. Cradle and departments Roll for infants for tap' 'iii' neighbor as thyself." God also told us who

at The the church.first Confirmation helpful and loving, would that p.m.The and Extension for invalids, Hut- I our neighbor was everyone, even

I Class will meet year Tuesday from not be a miracle? I choir rehearsal for the ins and people who must workon our enemy.

I 6 to 7; Primary Choir will rehearse Jesus works such a miracle.If firs and second graders will beheld Sunday
from 8.30: to 7; Junior [ we allow Him to rule In our Monday at 2:45: p,m. at the Regular morning worship at It is hard for us to accept this unless we
..a Lutheran choir will rehearse lives, we begin to live with a church. Transportation will be 11 a.m. with special music anda "V
,'.' from 7 to 7:30: ; Adult Choir will purpose. If we give Jesus Christ furnished from Coquina school: message by the Pastor on realize that our hatred hurts us. Hatred drives
rehearse from 7:30: to 830.: the chance, lie works Ills miracle to the church. Mrs. Mel Swinger "The Homelessness of God". out love. That is why God told us to lover
-' in us.Prayer and Mrs. Gary Woods will Training Union for all age
The workshop for making the 1
another. The love the closer
meets at 8.1$ one more we wes
groups ;:
Chrlsmons will be held on Tues : Loving Father, today be leading the choir. p.m. ,
M day beginning at 9 am. and work a miracle of love in my The Woman's Society of Evening Worship at 7:30: o'. r ee- S come to God who is perfect love. Truly we are ; ,.s
= again at 6pm.Wednesday ,life and give me the grace to Christian Service will observe clock. Special music and a message our brother's keeper.
- evening from 9 to think purely and to act loving. "Quiet Day" Tuesday fro m 10 by the Pastor on, ""How
:: 7 the Second Year Confirmation Iy, through Jesus Christ, Thy a.m. to 1 p.m. The church will Can We Overcome Evil?
- Class will meet; "Meditation Son and our Savior. Amen. be open for prayer and medita Midweek Prayer Service is
= Time" will be conducted from Thought for the Day: Unless lion during these hours, and the Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
- 7 to 7:30: at the church; at 7:30: there is the miracle of redeem. women of the church are invited
= the Adult Information Class will Ing love in my life, the world to participate An invitation Is First Presbyterian'
be held for those wishing more will not believe in my Savior. I extended to make a sacrificial loo Jd
Information about the Lutheran Eric R. EastwoodNew gin; which will go toward repair. "Resurrection" will be the I 'Mp, A FF'
Church. ( Zealand) Ing and remodeling retirement topic of the'sermon by the b f '
The Couples group, the "M 'homes, children's homes and Rev. Charles W. Bates, pastor, '
and Ms" will hold their meet. First MethodistMorning hospitals in the United States at the 8:30: and 11 o'clock worship \ a
Ing at the home of Mr. and and which will also go into pensions services next Sunday mornIng -
JUrs. George Smith Thursday worship will be held for full time national workers at First Presbyterian
evening. This will be a Hallo at 145: and 11 am. at First l in Missions overseas. ,'Church. There \\a a church-hour '
ween party with costumes if desired. Methodist Church of Titusville nursery at the latter hour only.
with Rev. E. W. Norman bring. Adult choir rehearsal, Wednes '
ing the message, "Luther day, 7:30: pm.; Explorer Sunday School, with classesfor : : S: /
Rang The Bell". The 11 o'clock !Scouts730.: Visitation Evangel. all, convenes at 9:45.: Junior S S
EpiscopalThe service will be broadcast over Ism Wednesday and Thursdayat High and Senior High Youth
radio station WRMF. 7 p.m. Groups meet in the church at
schedule for St. Gabriel's Church School, under the supervision 7 p.m.
Episcopal Church, as announced of Sid
Carraway, will C&M
by Father Ferguson, is as follows begin promptly at 9:43: with I ,,
: classes for all ages and at 11 Braden will the
open ti ti
On Sunday, Morning Prayer with classes for Infants through Sunday School at Christian and Attend s <4 OrrMa
will be said at 7:15: a.m.; Holy 5 I olds.
year Missionary Alliance at 9:45: a.m.
- Communion will be celebratedat Youth recreation with
begins at Trenton Coleman lead-
7.30 a.m,; Sunday School for 3:30: p.m. with choir, orchestra, leg in choice hymns. This will Services
the fourth grade and up will snack supper and meetings. I be the first Sunday of the departmentalized
meet at 9 am.; Family Euchar Evening worship will begin at school. The
let will be celebrated at 10 a.m., I 11:30: p.m. cry will be nur. This
open during
. the Sunday School third grade The Commission on Finance each of the meetings of the
and below will meet at 10 am. will meet at 7:30: p.m. church. Franz Ashbaugh will I 1 I S.
under the a
direction of James Monday.The teach the Adult Bible class Weekat S
Vtunis, Jr. Junior Girl Scouts will "Disciplined Christian Living". w?. JA. 1
At 6.30: the E.Y.C will havea
meet in Hennessey Hall at 3.45: "The Kingdom of the Mind"
covered dish supper with p.m) Tuesday: the 11 a m. choir will be the sermon topic by the This Church Feature is sponsored and
meeting to follow: will hold rehearsal in the Sanc. pastor, Rev. Roy Forward, at Your Own supported by:
On Monlay, Oct. 28, Father tuary at 7:30: p.m. the 11 a.m. service.
Ferguson: will be at Camp Wingman The Boy Scouts will meet at The Christian Cadets and Senor Town Motel
for Personal Relations and Baird's Mobile Home
111:30: pm at Blnntcm Park on A.Y.F. youth groups will
Evangelism conference.On Wednesdaythe 9:43: am. choir meet at 8:30: p.m. The Adult Place Downtown Titusville Rte. 1 Box 351 Cocoa, Florida
Wednesday, Oct. 28, Morning will hold rehearsal at 7:30: p.m. training class studying, "Cults
Prayer will be said follow. The Commission Member and Threlkeld's Standard
on Christianity, will meet at Service Luke Cain
by Holy Communion. This is
ship and Evangelism will meetat 8:30: .
the Feast of St. Simon and St. the home of !Mrs Frank I pm"Lay Hold On Eternal Life" of Worship Downtown Titusville, AM 7-9927 State Farm Insurance Companies

Jude. Sweet, 213 Key Madeira Dr., Indian I will be the sermon topic for 214 Palm, Titusville
On Thursday, Oct. 29, The River City, at 1 p.m. on the evening service at 7:30: p.m. Indian River Machine Shop
Holy Communion will be celebrated Wednesday Ott 28 I There will be special music dur- Indian River City, Florida Boyd Gulf Service
at 9:30
: am and the
Quiet Day and Call to
Prayer Ing each service.
Adult Confirmation Class will I I \\felcome V Downtown Titusville
and Self.Denlal will be
observed Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Bib i 1 Ie Mims Citrus
meet at 7:30 Growers
: p.m. by the Woman's Society study and prayer meeting. Association
The choir will rehearse on of Christian Service on Friday, Thursday, 7:30: p.m.. The Al Mims, Florida Brevard Lumber CompanyMr
Friday, Oct. 30, at 7:45 p.m. Oct 30, at 10 a.m. in the Sanctuary liance Men will meet.

-- and Mrs. P. W. Roberts, Jr. W. E. Kennedy
1 st Assembly Of Life Mims Florida
Of God Way Baptist i] TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Badcock Furniture, Titusville

Services for First Assemblyof Way Church of Life, Singleton Missionary Avenue Baptist at- (An American Lutheran Church) Bryan-Conway & Winstead, Inc. C. W. Danenburg

God, 1212 West Main St., are Dairy Road, Owen Human, pas. 840 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Downtown TitusvilleBelkLindsey Danenburg Realty
announced ai follows by PastorW I tor, announces services as 1514 S.
J. Cox: follows: INDIAN RIVER CITY Washington, Titusville

Sunday: Sunday School, 9.45: Sunday: Sunday School 10 SUNDAY SCHOOL .. .0:0.. ....;,:," 9:00 .... Titusville
a.m.; Morning worship, 10.45: a.m.; Morning worship. 11 Eve- Master Cleaners
; ; CHURCH SERVICES .. ..... .... .. lOllS urn. -
Evening worship 7:30.: ning worship, 7:30: pm. S. Hopkins at Titusville City limitFransen's i :
Christ's Ambassadors meet at Wednesday,7:30: p.m., Prayer We Extend A Cordial Welcome To Youl Ray Nelson Insurance Agency .

7-30 study; p.m.is conducted Tuesday by and the Bible pastor Singing meeting.every fourth Saturdayat I CLAUD .. THAN. ,...., Big Apple Plaza Drive In Restaurantand

on Thursday nights at 7:30.: 7:30: p.m. Employees, South Washington

-- Burger King Titusvill I

REVIVAL SERVICES PUBLICIZE YOUR Duff Electric-Titusville Joe nd Mary Realty Edwards ;

at the SERVICES OR Mr. and Mn. H. Guy Duff: Baldwin Shopping Center

LaGrangcBaptist SPECIAL EVENTS I Canaveral Rambler Brevard Mutual Ins. Agency, Inc.

Phone AM 7-1343 Downtown Titusville
Church PAGE

II I Rinker
Materials Corp. The Employees of
Come and hear our new Pastor Ycull .V* pleased with the rtp n< yw set |,m reecho West Orange, Ph. AM 7-5900 !! Suburban
Inf the pt.pl. of North 8rtvrd County Mtrvwfh HMM ttr I i iDuffy's Propane .
I Advocate church p.e... A paid .dYlrtl.."'.... MM size tt .

SIRVICIS Former IACH Missionary IVENING to AT Brazil 7:10 ,. M. this nnotmcmnt will cast yu wily |S.N p.r I.we. Call I First Federal Savings & Loan Assoc'atior
We Are Ucatmi North of Tltuivlllt on ht 2(7-4711 for MM smites *f MM of *ur dvcrtltlnf mtfl. Mims, Florida Downtown Titusville'rid. ,.
Old Dixie Highway I
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<' .!ber 23, 1964 ___ Titusrtlh (Ft.rtda) S'.roAdy.ufe Pap 7 ,1 Good Shepherd I i coining; week Include the following Accepts PastorateAt

Tuesday evening, 7 30 o'
At Good Shepherd Lutheran clock, the Pastor's Class: will First Christian if

I Church on Garden Street in Ti- meet in the church office: Wednesday Church Of IRC la'

tusvllte, worship services are morning at 9:30: the
Church News Of The Week held each Sunday morning at first meeting of the Morning Clay L. Craddock has accepted -

8:00: and 10:30: o'clock. this Bible Study Group will be In the full time ministry of the

Sunday Oct 28, the Rev. Arn- the Fellowship Hall, UK Choir First Christian Church of Indian
4r old F. Claus will deliver the will rehearse at the church .River City, effective Oct 26. Mr.

last in a series of five sermons, Wednesday evening at 7:30: ; and Mrs. Craddock are from the
For Titusville and North Brevard County "Our Worship"! with the text Thursday afternoon, at 3:15: West Side Christian Church in

I Deadline For Church News on These Pages 5 P. !d. Wednesday Psalm 122:1.: This Sunday's Pastor Claus will Instruct the Bradenton.The /B, IK:
message Mill include the explanation Junior Confirmation Class; all Craddocks are originally renter.ek .

----- ---- of the Communion Congregational Committee will from West Virginia and came
Service Liturgy. I meet on Thursday evening at from there to Bradenton, where
First ChurchOf Drive-In Church First Baptist, Mims During the 10:30: a.m. service!, 7:30: o'clock. they started the West Side

God Services Begin Services for First BapUttt the newly elected officers of the Church. Mr. Craddock attendedthe ttspon

Here On Nov. 1 Church of Mims Rev. Joseph Lutheran Women's Missionary I Church Of God schools of West Virginia and
iflcos of the First League will be installed into Cincinnati Bible Seminary. .Y
with E. Boatw right pastor are announced Services at the Church of God
(God will begin
their respective offices. Mrs. Craddock holds an A.B.
Rev. Leslie M. Sparks, associate follows -
as :
of 1114 Norwood
chool classes at 10:00: minister of the First Worship services are held tt Nursery attendants, Mrs. Mel are Prophecy announced as follows by degree! In Education from Mar k fea-

ik Sunday morning. Christian Church in Melbourne, Ham and 7:30: p.m. each Sun Rein and Mrs Kathy DelMonte: Pastor 0. A. Pudding shall University, Huntington tlkarlaourne
,11 be classes for all
I returns here Sunday, Nov. 1, as day and Sunday School at It. will be on hand to( care for Sunday: Sunday School, JI5aam. : W.Va., and an MA. degree ,
evangelist in charge of church REVIVAL The Junior and Youth choirs re small children during the second .; Morning worship, 11 from Went Virginia University. anger

rnlng worship service services at the Crown Drive-In hearse at 5 p,m. service. a.m.; Evangelistic service, 7
iat 10:45: o'clock with I(Theatre, U. S. 1, North Titus I NOWINVROGRESr .t-- Monday 10 a m.. Beginner Sunday School, Junior, Senior Church Of ChristThe

'Ir> Rev Ronald Holder. ville. choir rehearsal: 3:45: p.m. Primary Bible Classes, and the Pastor's p.m.No prayer service will l t.e sauce

the morning message. r .r choir rehearsal; 7:00: class will meet at 9.15: am. held Tuesday evening as there Church of Christ meetsat
::> .outh fellowship will 1 Rev. Sparks received his ed ** Preparation Week Study. Sunday afternoon the Fall will be a youth rally at Dcl.eon the corner of St. Johns and t ReoCher'
mm! a 5:30: p.m. on Sundayt ucation at Berea College and TO NIGHT 730' Tuesday 1'30 a m.. Elizabeth\ Rally of the Cocoa Beach Cir Springs.A Hopkins Avenue. The schedule
\II'i In the home of the past Butler University. lie served Watkins Circle meets at church I cult Lutheran Sunday SchoolTeachers youth service will be held of services is as follows:

w ;J4; Elder Street. churches in Lewis County, Ky.; s 7 p.m., Preparation Week Stu. Association will beheld at the church Friday evening at Sunday: Bible study, 9'50am. ts

(the mld-week prayer service Covington, Bloomsburg and Alba dy. at Good Shepherd Church. 'I 7 p m. with Emma Dudding In .: morning worship, 1030: per
in Penn., and uS the
TH tie 'held on Wednesday Erlanger, Ky.; Wednesday, 7 pm. supper! ; Sunday School teachers and officers charge a m.: evening service, $ p.m.
'wm-j;; at 1:30: p.m. in the Birmingham.! Ala. In addition, 6:30. Sunbeams GA's. RA's.YWA's I from the six Lutheran Midweek Bible study is on r state
he was student minister at a I
I :t if r Mr and Mrs. Ed. Hicks Officer Teacher Improvement Churches of Brevard County Liohthouse Wednesday at 7 p.m. Bible Sate
number '
of churches in Indiana.He
; .i) -X'5:J Karanda. meeting: 7-30.: Hourof I I will be In attendance. Registration classes arc provided for alt I m the
taught in the public l i Power 8:30, Church choir rehearsal I TabernacleThe
i :
fls> services of the First begins at X p.m, Gene Stur- age groups both Sunday morn. :9udingFair
Cfj-n of God are presently bet schools of Lewis County, Ky., I I chlo. Professor at Brevard Junior I service schedule for the Ing anti Wednesday night.
lminducted in the Old Indian and abash, Ind., prior to moving Thursday. Visitation program College wilt be the speaker, !Lighthouse Tabernacle is announced The minister Is Maurice W.
to Titus ville years ago be- R 9:30: a Oland 7 p.m -
JUcr City Post Office building. : I presenting the topic Methods as follows: Jackson Jr Ills phone number
This, at the corner of Hopkins cause of his wife's health, when The church will elect new I and I Procedures of Teaching." I Sunday Sunday School, 10a has recently been changed to
,and'' (oquina.FIII he joined the faculty of the Tl ... L... .... ... .. deacons with balloting to take At 1.00: o'clock Sunday evening m. Morning worship II a m: 207705:? When phoning the
tusville High School teaching -- place \Wednesday, Oil 28. the Lutheran Friendship I II Evangelistic( service 7:30: pm I church number! If there li no
congregation is affiliated English and Social Studies. His WEEKEND REVIVAL Rev. Joseph N. Daniel,1pastor I Bowling League vlll meet Wednesday 7:30: pm. Prayer I answer please! call the minister m
of God whose
*Hh the Church
wife taught in the elementary of the Church of God on Hopkins Avenue is Christian Science I Meetings scheduled for the meeting
general offices are in Anderson, school here. I
conducting a 'Weekend' Revival for two weeks,
Indiana Mr. and Mrs. Sparks moved Thursday through Sunday. The pastor, shown standing The Gospel account of the 5- ____ -IKrv '

from Titusville to Jacksonville beside the sign in front of the church, extends a resurrection of Christ Jesus* ;I
where they continued to( teach welcome to all to attend these services. (Matthew 28 and Mark 16)) anti!
Nazarene in the public schools. After Mrs. selections from Re'rlallon111

Sparks' death in January, Mr. be heard in Christian Science '
Tht First Church of the Naza-
Sparks remained in Jacksonville First ChristianServices 1st Missionary churches this Sunday on the
rent 1027 Park Avenue, an-
until his retirement in subject of "Probation! After
tunnies the following servicesof

IIP week. June. Sunday at First BaptistFirst Death." from the Christian ...? y r.' .,- ..tat \ 1;.' ,
,, be- On July 1. 1964, he was called Christian Church of Titusville Readings : ',\ Here'sWhat
Chi Sunday School; (Hour minister of the Missionary HrpUt Science textbook will Include .
to be associate
..:: *Bin; n I 9:45: under the leader- First Christian Church of Mel. will begin with Sunday School Church of Indian River City, this: "Jesus' deed was for the I IINI&

hip' of Rubert Blankenship. bourne, with special responsibility at 9 a.m., according to pastor Eld. Howard Thornton, pastor enlightenment of men and for ,l awl wa "
The! Worship Hour is at 11:00:
the salvation of the whole world
Eddie Fine.
,. for care of Disciples livingin Morning worship announces services as follows:
with' Rev. Thomas E. Ream I
from sin, sickness and death
10 with thepastor'
speaking on "The Witness of North Brevard. begins at a.m. Sunday: 1.45: a m. Sunday i
Ills three days' work In the
"This Is The
the Spirit." The music will be The first step was a visitation message, School, Classes for all ages, sepulchre set the seal of etern

under the direction of Frank and survey of the Greater Life" nursery provided!; II :00 am, :ity on time" (Science I and '
Hallum, Jr. Titusville area. The second Is Morning Worship; 6:30: pm, : 'One
Evening services begin at .Health with Key to the Scriptures .
the establishment of the Titus Baptist Training Course, classes
Junior, Teen, Young Adult by Mary Baker Eddy, pp. _
6:45 with services,
ville Drive-In Christian Churchat : pm. youth for all ages; 7:30: p.m., Even-
:% Tcllowship and the Senior I 45, 44)).
Drive-In Theatre. followed at 7:30 with the
the Crown : even Ing Worship.
tens Prayer service will\ begin First Church of Christ, Scientist
at 01)0.) The EvangelIstic' Hour Until this new congregation is ing worship and sing. Revival starts Monday, Oct Tltusvtlle. holds Sundaylirrvc's art

.;;-begins at 7:00: with Rev. Ream organized, the service will beciuTed I Midweek is 26 thru Nov. 4 with Eld. I. B. at 11 a m. and W'edneaday CITIZENS BANK
speaking. There will be special on by a Fellowship of prayer meeting Rlddlck, of Hamilton, Ohio, as testimony meetings! at R 1
I the First Christian Church of held Wednesday from 7:30: to evangelist.
jmtisic. pm. at 109 Baldwin Shopping
Melbourne, known as the Titus 8:15 First Christian Church .
: p.m.
Tuesday morning at 9.30; the' Center Sunday School fur children I
Cottage Prayer meeting will beheld Vie! Drive-In Fellowship.This I is located on Jay Jay Road up to the age of 20 convenes

1?.- at the home of Mrs. Irene Fellowship will have a north of Tltusville. Ii at 11 a m in the Chamber Savings AccountANY '
Allen. West Tropic Street. Tues. service of Gospel songs, Gospel \ of Commerce building. All i'K

1 day night the Cottage Prayert" designed preaching to and help Holy meet Communion the needsof ;S..4 S 1It'lIr. are welcome. i'H ,
will at 7:30 at
meeting begin :
tourists, people living In the GuaranteesG. ( Slit)
the home of Mr and Mrs. Eugene WE.I'hl First Christain
motels and trailers, shut-Ins, .
Rollins, Bellewood.
the hard of hearing, as well as Bible
I I. R. C.
TTie regular mld week prayer In the area. I. Loans Great have thlt
the Disciples living peace they t.L
will be held Wednesday'lI,2t All are Invited to attend. love Thy. In. Services for First Christian .
at 7:00.: Choir practice The service is not intended to -l'enlm.119i16S! ). Church of Indian River City are

3liH, follow this service compete in any way with the Col. W. H. Boshoff. Veterans Bjr always rsm.mbering conducted in the Civic Center is lI
\ services of existing churches in Service Officer for Brevard that God's law of love and follows:

the area. Families may come County, says that the Veterans Justice govern all that concern Sunday: lilble :School, lam. .
Jess Parish dressed as they are for the Administration does not grant us we will remain calm Morning worship, 10 a m.; Evening : brief service of worship and direct loans to veterans in this and poised In all ituatlon/ service, 7 pm 1
fellowship.Rev. county. The VA does, however, we mill not give way to panic The new pastor. Clay L
Sparks hopes to renew guarantee loans In this county, and desperate' mmnurcn. Craddock, will bring the messages
Hospital for which purpose the veteran this Sunday I
friendship with former teachers, I 4% INTEREST and funds
whom should obtain a Certificate of you per year your are
students and neighbors
,AclivilyAdmissions he knew during his residence Eligibility. I I

here. for this certificate
'Glad-1land Committee', composed Is Eligibility available to any veteran who SOMETHING NEWTITUSVILLE ,. EiUblUh your credit for a low cot auto loan or Installment

and discharges at of Mr. and Carl Newland, served in the Armed Services at loan for any worhwhll. purpoie.
Jess Parrish Memorial pltal and Mrs. Robert Kimmcll
Mr. any time on or after Sept. U.
are listed as follows: and Mrs. Bonnie Van Wagoner 1940 and prior to July 26, 1947, I 3-Offer you the convenience of' a Persons] Checking Account

Monday, Oct. "It will be at the Crown Drive-In or on or after June 27, 1950 and II IN No minimum balance required.4Provide .
Theatre to welcome all who attend prior tit February, 1)53: discharged
Admissions: Mrs Frances the Initial service at 9 a.m. under conditions other I -
; you with the security ol a Sale Deposit Box for only
Frey. June George, (icorglanaSianwki I on Sunday, Nov. 1st. than dishonorable after active I $4.40 .
Louise Bandy, Gary service of 90 or more days, or year :
tee Kaulerson, Rita Bowen, because of disability incurred in
Sondra Ann Pack, Glenn Batton HAPPYBIRTHDAY line of duty. 5-MaJce available to you Jhe experience and resources of Tltui-
Helen K. Adams, Daniel Lloyd CHURCH ,.m.'. oldest and Urgett bank for any of your financial: needs
Terry. Althea Robinson, Donna Each such veteran has

Jean Perry, of Titusville; Genera October 24 10 years of eligibility from date t
Lewis, Maconia James, Saturday of discharge or release from his THE ,
Phillip R. Shimer, of Mims; Susan J. D. Nash last period of active duty, any I
Mainous of Christmas. John D. Nelson part of which occurred during CROWN DRIVE-IN THEATREU.

Champ Fresh WWII or the Korean conflict,

Discharges: Marjorie Koehlri Mike Simmons Cameron plus 1 year of eligibility\ of each 1 NORTH TITUSVILLE Yes WE'RE A FULL SERVICE
Robert Robinson, Maria Tommy three: months of active wartime

Langley I Fred Ruggles, Larry Marilyn Talley or conflict duty, but not beyond NOVEMBER 1 9 A.M. I BANK!

Ruher on. of Titusville. Sunday, October 7S July Z5. 1967 for WWII Veterans

Births: New arrivals at Jess Roy Price and July 31, 197S for Kor Conducted: By
Parrish on this date included: Mrs Frank Schuster ean conflict veterans REV, LESLIE SPARKS EVANGELIST

Kah\. boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simms Any WWII or Korean Conflict and TITUSVILLE DRIVE-IN FELLOWSHIP
MrI I Dublin Merrill Island. Mrs. B. O Kuebler
veteran discharged! or released Firs Chrltllin Churvh, .
n.d1buy bonto Mr. Mrs. W. H. Gill Melbourne, Pl ,
For a service-connected disabilIty -
and Mrs! R. Warren. Titusville. Vicki Lynn Lee from a period of active duty,
Daughter: born to Mr. and Billy Uteby any part of which occurred dating

Mis K Frye, 610 VanguardLane Monday, October 2t WWII or the Korean Conflict WELCOME TO THE 0" i
ritusv Ile. will have to
James Karanlinus eligibility up ese
Jimmy Draa the latest terminal date applicable alacs
'r Addresses Eugene Lohley to his class.L'nremarrled First Baptist \ oil
Peggy Lee Morey widows of deceased -

Cape Accountants Sharon Lee veterans whose death ChurchOf

Carl SchindlerEva was due to service, may also
t r I1 Brown, Jr. Operating Green Smith I qualify I Plwe1rKt
JIanjgcr, Florida Missile! Operation Carol Denise Williams """
, Cape Canaveral, was I Mims /
schedued: as the guest speaker I
, for the October meeting of the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH"In SUNDAY SCHOOL t I

Cape Canaveral Accounting ':4i A. M.
(,p.Up[ National Association: of The Heart Of The Community" MORNING WORSHIP r
AaounianU.! 11:00: A. M.
The Dinner meeting scheduled I Main & Hopkins TlttUTllle. Florida YOUTH CHOIR RI- sett

for w p.m. Tuesday. Oct. 20."as W. S. Hsrdla Pastor HIARSAL 5:31: ... M. : eMrr
preceded by a "Get Ac-: TRAINING' UNION
qiuminl" social hour at i:90.Mr SERVICESSunday i: ':IS ". M.
Brown's took: was 5 :
Ihe \ccounUnt", All persons Worship . .. . 1:30 It 11:00 AJ* Wf 0. NIGHT 7:10 PRAYIRSIRVICI : P. M. .0 5 RIVERSIDe AT BROAD TITUSVILLE

isMKiated with the financial Sunday School . . . . . 1:45 AM. 7M; P. M. i 0t t _
field be their association Training Union . . . SIS A.M. nuHt t MEMBER:
thn>uci!! banking, construction.Indastn. Sunday Evening Worship . 7:30 PM. "The End Of Your ; !I ; P
pubhc accounting retailinu Mld-W..k Service. Wednesday . 70 P.M. Search for a friendly ? E ..
government contractdviUan Church" ..I IAU
were! Oldest Baptist Church Area-Established In ... _
,?.: nr military. ...,." a
urgo' ') attend as the group af- 1889-AliilUtod with Southern Baptist Convention Coedinawd Far i wrN/ I

font an avenue Jar iaterctenaeCf -Alr.Coad1JIoDed-Molher of Thre. Church.W. .*- Yew ComfoHlRev. I
,n'ormaUm based M \local
Cordially Invite You to Attend Our Service Only S Mlmif** PromDownfowfi
experience- and the. view* of I J...", I. B..twrl,M Tlfvivllle' '
prominent ajy .... I


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Pane I TItujvlll. (Florid) fNr-AdreceN Octobtr 23, 1 1Indfem
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boys from Troop No. Jlfl to attend with their four children. Frances eering and metallurgy.

I River City. South Titus yule News a Halloween Party at the II, Anthony 12, both of Elizabeth came from Niag,

Civic Center on Friday night whom are in Parkway Junior Falls, N.Y. and graduated fr>

.. Oct. 30, from 7:30: m 1030p : High School, Marideth aged 6and the Business College the

Hot-Dog JamborM ,. .. ,, ... I new meeting. The program .m. The boys voted to accept John grade at Coquina) They have lived in our city
The P.T.A. Safety Patrol .w'I, Sl..n\ T :,: : was turned over to Mrs. Carolyn the Invitation. aged 3, who said he was 18 months.

Committee of Coquina Elementary '" ::1...":. x'f 1 : : 44. Prow e, who presented a The theme for the next few the "housekeeper". Both of these parents beg

School is holding a HotDog very interesting program "The weeks will be the study of as Frank works for Bechtel Engineering to the Coquina PTA. and t bare
Jamboree tomorrow, Oct. 1"...,#"i : '!:"':;-$ 01"'',: :; I Church and its Branches". tronomy. The boys were each \ Corporation at the cochairman of t b

24th, at tile Indian River Plaza 'if' jJJfl ,,. 1u The meeting was closed with given a sheet of blue construction Cape as a Quality Control Eng School's Safety Patrol Comn
between Wlnn Dixie and the J. Jr:. prayer by Mrs. Wannie Jackson paper and some gummed ineer. He bas been with Bechtel tee They are very interested
B. Jewelers. ; "" and refreshments l were served stars. After studying the Constellations four years. He is a graduate of the PTA. work and are ke

The Safety Patrol Committee I n j tWtjJ to Mrs. Sybil Hamilton, for several minutes, the University of Buffalo, N.Y, ly interested In promoting go

consists of Mr. and Mrs. Frank ta Betty Nankivil, Eunice Bridges, aU books were closed and each in mechanical and civil engin citizenship among childrenYOU'LL .

Simon, Co-Chairman, and mem Wannie Jackson, Charlotte patrol had to make eight con
bers Mr and Mrs. Clyde step- Boone Dorothy Davidson, Carolyn stellations. The patrol with the . . . .

hens Mr. and Mrs. Colton Pool. Prowse, Donna Daniels, most correct was to receive a "'
er and Mr. and Mrs Greg!!: I Pauline Powell Marty Perry, prize. After aU paper were in MAKE AN EXTRA SALE .

.. .. Steele, while Eddie Fine, one of Klkl McLendon, Elizabeth Holmes and checked, there was a tie 0 With The Extra Calls You Get! I

the teachers at Coquina, is Safe and to visitors, Mrs. Vivian between the T-Blrd patrol and 0 WHEN YOUR PHONE (
"_ ty Director In charge of the Judy, Nell La Rowe, Evelyn I the Titan Patrol They both received IS ALWAYS ANSWEREDeeooeoooooooeoooic
Patrol. Cullen, Maude Mote and Madonna prizes.A 0 C
... '
Assisting this committee on L Keefer. Board of Review was an-
Saturday will be Mrs. WilliamSue : nounced for next Tuesday a :

( ) Coleman, Mrs. J. Haw. Anita AllitM Circle right: Preliminary plans for the a

klnson, Mrs. J. R. Bullard, Mrs. District Camporee to be heldin
? M The Anita Allison Circle of I. TUusyUle Area Cocoa & Cocoa Beach C
Woerner and Mrs. J Cocoa November
WH" George 13-15 were .
the Indian River City Methodist 267-5530 636-7031
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Wheelus. Teenager assistants l discussed. Definite plans will
Church met last Tuesday at the
and helpers will be Susan R'ch be made next week.
home of Mrs. Betty Hill, 343
ards, Pam Pooler, Francis Simon ft, J I Closing ceremony was In
Gary Stephens, Ann Bullard / Pritchard Street. charge of the Scoutmaster; all
I A business meeting was conducted
and Steve Barker. ; k4'1 boys bowed their heads and
: by the Chairman, Mrs. W* ,MOI I jltfj :( ti'lHIP: U I Yl M*Wrt
The Ifot-Doge and all that taps, while the Scout
Baird. The program,
goes with them, will be on sale Betty Oath was repeated.
"Where can a young mother LAY-A-WAY NOW FOR
at 0:00: a.m. and the sale will Adults present were Glen /
was presented by Mrs.
continue till 6.00: p.m. The public .; get help" Archer, Scoutmaster and Rob WINTER. .
Swift with the
Barbara appropslate
Is assured of excellent quail. ert Webber, Chairman of Troop I"vim
scripture being read. OR CHARGE ITI
ty food at a very nominal' price. Committee.
.... Members attending were:
Proceeds of this Hot-DOR Sale NO MONEY DOWN
Mrs. Mrs. Betty Eaird, Barbara
Jamboree will towards Simon Family
or go CO-CHAIRMEN OF JAMBOREE at Indian River Plaza, sponsored by Swift, Glenda Johnson, Lois

.. ment purchasing for the necessary Safety Patrol equip of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simon, 270 Key the Coquina PTA, are shown here with Sain, Betty Hill, Margaret Frank and Elizabeth Simon I

== Coquina Elementary School, Largo Drive, co-chairmen of the 'Hot. their children, left to right: Frances, Edelman, and member-at-large live at 270 Key Largo Drive

such as raincoats l, uniforms, Dog Jamboree' being held tomorrow Marideth, John and Anthony. Mrs. Betty Wheeler. I REMEMBERiLAST /

-. and other items to definitely; Arnold Takes Part ,

: Identify members of this natrol Heights.l.I villa last Monday evening. Refreshments of cake, ice Ruby Hobson Circle In NATO Naval

: as being uniformed officers on I I Mrs. Helsel and Mrs. Earl cream, mints, nuts, hot coffee The Ruby Hobson Circle of I
duty to ensure safety of the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gray, (Dottie) Bohannon worked hardto and tea were served to Annette the Indian River City Methodist Training OperationWilliam WINTER

hundreds of children going to Ann and Gene, recently visited surprise Mrs. Gunter, and it Stewart, Joan Smith, Charlotte Church met last Tuesday at K. Arnold seaman
the Coquina School. facksonvllle\ to see the Georgia was a complete success. Games Martin, Retha Koehler Marie 10:00: a.m. In the home of Mrs. ,
USN, son of Mr and Mrs. Hen
At the time.' the Tech football Need- and beautiful Mary Boggs, 343 W Coquina
present only Navy game. were played gifts Gilliam, Rachael Barrett, Pat ry K.. Arnold of Titusville, participated
Identification the Patrol has to less to say the Grays' were opened. Refreshments l were ser Braden, Gertie Farley, Jennie Avenue. I in a North Atlantic
wear is belts l, and it is felt that thrilled over Tech's win as Ha! Gentile, Lucy Fernandez Shlz Mrs. Carol Ahmie was co- WINTER COSTS
ved.Those Mrs. ] Treaty Organization (NATO) AIiz
hostess and the chairman,
complete uniforms will enhance went to school there. A fun honoring Mrs. Gunter ue Carter, Evelyn Ashbaugh, naval training operation called t
:: the prestige/ of the patrol andt weekend was had with an were Mrs. Ed (Mary) Miller, Vivian Koehler and Cynthia Lillian Browning, conducted the 'Exercise' Team Work" in the LESS WITH. '

heln identify them. oyster and shrimp party being Mrs. Jim (Bonnie) Schuster, Barrett business meeting. The Pro North Atlantic while serving I

:I Every nickel and dime spent held to honor the Grays and Mrs. Jerry (Jeanette) Eads, gram, "'Christ and the Life aboard the destroyer USS Mur

by the public for hot-dogs at other out.() -town guests l by Mr. Mrs. Harold (Peggy) Gray, Mrs. Within, was presented by Mrs. SMOKELESS
this Jamboree Saturdav wMIheli and Mrs. Utley of Jacksonville.The Bob (Gloria) Manning and Mrs. From Missouri Jean Hecklemoser ray.His
unit, along with other naval ODORLESS
:.1: ensure the safety of their Fred (Marlllyn) Helsel. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mote Others present were: Helen
units I from Belgium Denmark

Balr Jean Heck'lemoser
Crumpton, Kay KEROSENE
Thursday Nlghtcrs Bridge from Grain
Valley, Missouri, ,
Ca'aldine France, Norway, the
Croup met at the home of Mrs. Family Reunion are visiting their daughter and Browning Netherlands and United King HEATERS N

oJ W.M.U Count Reeve (Peggy) Jacobus, Cleveland Carl and Catherine Hellpen- family, Mr and Mrs. Glenn Carlson, Martha Douglas Heart, dom, is conducting training operations TM highest
Gertrude James, Polly quality #.
.:: The Woman's Mlss'onarv' Un Road last Tuesday night. stell of ISO Cleveland Road. At Perry, Becky and David, on I Norma Ogburn Jan Wolfe, in strike, antisubmarine In portable oil htat
ion of Central Baptist Church Mrs. Jacobus served her fam- tended the Miller's reunion this Scotty Drive. They arrived last /eoria Duncan and Dot Waddell and anti-alr warfare. .n. Incomparable
w will conduct a Leadership Course our pecan pie, coffee, mints and past week-end at Fort Hindi Thursday for a week's vaca I NATO training operations are fuel economy of Vie td

:: Monday through Thursday, tidbits tray Players were. Slate Park in Fernandina. held periodically to test the coordination per hour, and 10 a
..1 Oct. 26.29, 10 a.m. to 12 at the Mrs. Marty (Clnny) Czabln, This family reunion, which tion.They have visited Cypress of NATO countriesand much heat,too I See

= church. Mrs. Ted (Edle) Pope Mrs. Includes relatives from all over Gardens, taken the Cape Tour Boy Scout News develop their combined your dealer for a Duet

= All ladles are urged to attend. Richard (Barbara) Cromwell, I! Florida, Is held every year In and picked up many lovely The regular weekly meetingof combat readiness. each.demonstration of a-.. s-, ,. $69,95 AladdlneHe
Mrs. Charles (Jean) Hecklem- : shells as Mrs. Mote is avid
-, October at some designated an Boy Scout Troop No. 310 was $29.95W.T.GFtANTCO.
Ptrionalt oser, Mrs. Harold (Peggy) Gray, point in Florida. Evaryone met rock-collector. held at the Civic Center last

Mr. and lire Jimmy Smith Mrs.. James (Lois) Sain, Mrs. at the Beach Lodge last Satur Tuesday evening at 7:30: p.m. See The

and daughter, Sheree, from R. F. (Chris) Webber, and Mrs. day night. They all had dinner I VU Cleveland Circle The opening ceremony was in Star. AdvocateFor

West Columbia, S. C, are enjoy. Jacobus. High score went to and later dancing took place The Vela Cleveland Circle of charge of Jerry Champion, ; .

ing a week's vacation with Mrs. Marty Czabln. and games were played by all. 'Indian River City Methodist Senior Patrol Leader. Your

Jean's sister and family, Mr Music was furnished by a band 'Church met last Tuesday at the The troop members voted to Printing Needs! PIRTLI PLAZA OPEN 10 A.M.P., M.Who's .
and Mrs. Homer Williams of New Cltlion directed by Mrs. Hellpenstell's home of Mrs. Pauline Powell on change the time of meeting

800 Byron Avenue, Indian River A daughter was born to Mr. nephew. Knox-McRae Blvd during the winter months to ---

and Mrs. William Parker of On Sunday morning they visited Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes, Chairman 7:00: p.m. It was announced that

THE DORIS 8411 Cleveland Road, Oct. 20. with one another until MX: ) opened the meeting witha Cadette Scout Troop 551 of the
LAMP SHOP Ann Marie In at S lbs
weighed pm. when lunch was served poem and conducted the busl- Girl Scouts had invited theDINO'S
Lamp Stylist 8 oz. at birth. Mrs Parker and
from the
covered dishes
IMPORTS daughter are doing fine and are each family. The reunion s Scaring You?
at the Wuesthoff in
DECORATOR II came to an end at 3:00: p.m.
CUSTOM lotkk-dge. The Parkers have About 150 people were present RESTAURANTSPAGHETTI
Ore 500 re two other children of school
with five
cheoM from age, Rusty and Sherrle. generations represented HOUSE (An Editorial from the Manchester (New Hampshire Union Leader)

: All Shaped Baby Shower A number of solid citizen in the It is a well-known fact, as this newspaper

: Coloril Mrs. Ruby (Neva) Gunter Baby ShowerA 21 Italian Specialties Granite State, ordinarily noted for their has printed in the past, that the

was honored with a surprise Baby Shower was held In 17 American common sense, seem to have become Communist official paper in this
: THE DORIS LAMP SHOP Baby Shower at the home of Specialties I
honor of Mrs. Annette .
Stewartat all of sudden because of
a Ph.... IT.*. HIGHWAY N.. I Mrs. Fred (Marilyn) Hclsel of the home of Mrs. For. Homemade Pizzas The Beat Submarines pinic-itrkken a country, The Worker a* well as the I
Roy a deluge of propaganda in part inspire Communist
CL .7151 abroad
rose oNAsos WLA parties are all attacking
.. ---- 016 La Grange Avenue Titus- ward, 265 Stuart Avenue, last ORDERS TO TAKE OUT AT ALL TIMES ed by the Communist This propaganda Sen. Goldwater and praising I

Tuesday evening. 1* to the effect that Sen. Goldwiter President Johnson.
... : The door prize number aioY- Till m. A.\f. lose P.M. mi.-HAT. UNTIL I A.M.ftlMltf :
was IOiM, liM TEL T74t would bring on an atomic war. Believing
hidden in squares of blue and that li I about ai rational *i believing What Is saddening, not to mention

TANGELO ORANGE TREESBALLED pink paper) with Mrs. Pat Bra- that the pilot of your airplane would disgusting, I. the fact that so many sensible I!
den the later In
the prize want to bring about the death of his Americans, who ordinarily keep 1

IN BURLAP evening. Several games pasaengeri. Pilots of airplanes are very their heads and their courage, have

Approximately 4 Ft. Tall by were Joan played Smith with, Lucy prizes Fernandez won mindful that If they wreck the plane been panicked by a clever wave of Com .1

Delivered To Your Door Shlzue Carter and Annette [ amfso1t they are killing themselves at the same munist propaganda and are reduced to

Saturday Only 267-2845 Stewart. time. the state where they say they are going -

30 Days The big stork hovered over to vote against Sen. Goldwater because

aCsh" I the gifts which Annette opened v Remember Mat sieges, "Better they are frightened of what they
( On DeliveryS3.50ea.Phone And and received with delight. Gifts Red Then Deed", which the Communist are told be might do.

Up. were also received from ladles 'SOFA SLEEPERS THAT LOOK LIKE SOFAS' put cut a few yeert 190? It was They have been
-- --- syitmticlly
: -- Uhn mold,.. .nnt. ha n..enn.wNwV .. designed te mike the American public
"UV Vy "'" I"" 'II.
frightened by the molt vicious of
- _. think there wet M alternative except wv
propaganda that wi ever put ever. on
death by m> straight Communist propaganda technique this nation.

Y r designed! te break the fightingwill
Isn't is about time we got our traditional
"I of the Red*' opponent, In this back
common sense as well si

\NSENO fine meals I at budget priI e cite HM American peeple.' our about courage, and stopped cowering

things that aren't going to hap-
Whom do you suppose, and what is pen?
behind a number of moving picturesand
r 1
novels which depict nuclear war In Does anyone think for a moment

GRANTS K ILL ESPECIAL which the world li destroyed, general that a careful, cautious man like Sen.

ly because of some rash man in the Cotton would be supporting Sen. Gold-

Whit House or a reckless general? water if there was any question of Sen.

The Ideas for these movies and books Coldwater's good judgment or if he
FOR SATURDAY 1,," N na:.5 ..... Me l's ,.,... tell a..w WTill. are thought up by Communists, or people thought for one moment that Sen. Gold-
>' r K:ml M (wifM." VKM." MMtwM *MM Wi under Communist direction, designed water would involve us in an atomic j
n Jit w, e,"" M frandi "MnM .....*........ huff kli to scar the daylights out of the American war?
.. people, as well a* to make them
CheeseburgerPlate "" a Was lultfint ft hrtMr Mtacri mull ftt DMT Do think Gen. Eisenhower who I
till 1 I'OKt All OPIMII .......... NMNnf"" MM t< ... *.. distrust the leader of our Armed you ,
Soli ...... M ml ttt MM Onl nl ....** MWMf'SaiHESI Forces. This I is a type *f Communistpsycheleglc.l certainly is one of the most cautious individual -
CHOCOLATE I nd dyst in the world, would be .up-
warfare wh .
i purpose I II
laI porting &'n. Goldwater If he thought!
t DISTINCTIVE i STYLES te break the American will t* retltt.THI .
there was any danger to the country tnGoldwater'
Famous % Lb. Steakburgcr with WHOLE ATTEMPT TO MAKI
Do ytv think the Air Pore would
thick slice of melted cheese. Served BUY ONE AND GET HE
WAS A NATIONAL LEADER WHO have Sen. CoUwttor II e melee) p
on butter-toasted! bun, with PENNY I I WOULD GET THIS NATION INTO AN *rl In the Reserves If they didn't thin

French Made with 2 tcoopi of ATOMIC WAR IS A MASSIVE SCARE he had a stable temporment?
fries, tomato slices and Premium Ice Cress en. I II TECHNIQUE EMPLOYED BY COMMUNIST .

I lettuce Bred with chcleltt syrup, I DALEFurniture SYMPATHIZERS AND THEIR Don't those people who have brrj*

whipped, cream end aCMrry DUPES WHO ARE AFRAID THAT IPSEN. scared by this propaganda line fe

COLDWATER WERE ELECTED silly as they look at the realities ofsituation liv






ow ," I Charlie Wilson, The Georgia Boy I
roltttetl AtTMtfaMMM ,.,. n.... fey Go.Mir R.r ..,....... cam..nt.. TItFriday. art..

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October U, IW4 Tltuivlll (fflorid.) StirAdvetetoThe ,... ,

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Man Living On South Hopkins Ave. In Tilusville Is A. .

Light Heavyweight Champion Of Europe Has Fought Liston And Clay I

Said He'll Take g r, -A- *

"",", .,, .',.. ,. : /
J'l'" ', :":. ,4'I.t1.JiJf'.... .;?

'fie Bear" Over Liston Making Final

ThelotiieLip Plans For Clay BoutBOSTON

I By R nnlt HughesA '
lo&l! man who has fought .t 'it' .

J both Cassius Clay and Sonny (AP) "I feel more "Another mistake I think I

I Liston Said today If he was going vicious." : made was going out for a quick

\t wager on the return bout A 4 With those. fraternal words for I knockout in Miami. I'm not

lie would have to go along with 0 > Mohammed All, Charles (Sonny I training for a short fight this

liston. t ) Liston launched final time. I'm training to fight all

Right now, he's using mechanical "" preparations In a bid to regainthe night."
heavy equipment to '#4"o ,'$ world heavyweight title I
Kelp build the largest building Nov 1 In a bout the world Cassius Clay the only way
In the orld across the river Boxing Association won't recog Liston will refer to the man who

from TItusville, but a few years maize Insists his name now Is Mu.
ago he used his own heavy : hammed AU is not the best

equipment, his fists to batter Liston made the reply Thursday fighter U ton has faced. Sonny

prize fighters. difference he felt approaching
We're the rematch from the way he "I took Clay too lightly In the .
going to take Willie i L't
Basmanoff word when he tells looked at the first fight with first fight," Liston said "I don't I
a Cassius! Clay "
is lies a former Light Heavyweight : anymore.
Champion of Germanyand "I feel more confident too,

lives on South Hopkins Ave- : Liston said lie stopped here en LEGAL ftoril'

Hue In Titusville. Furthermore route to his Plymouth, Mass, TATBMfcNT OF OWNERSHIP.

"''e'n'not question him when he training base. MANAOEMCNT<(
says he's fought Cassius Clay MEETS CHAMPS-Bosmanoff, pictured above, center is shown weight Champion of the World on his right. "Both guys beat me, "I have to prove to people coda oiloe. *)." Title M, VnlUd lutte

Sonny Liston and a host of oth- with the current Light heavyweight Champion of the World but we're all good friends," he said. they were wrong when they said I Dote .( mini! Dot. I, 1M4.t .
'rs. I quit In the first fight My Title ef rubllc llo.t TltutvllleM1r
Willie Pastrano on his left, and Cassius Clay unofficial Heavy* Advo l..
You know why? No, he's note trainer stopped the fight and I .. rrt,utnof of IHIWI Trl-W..k. I
think I should have on. I
I gone .
Ln..tIM.f know offic lit
,ubuoeuoa 1100 Vo. Hopkins
.. ItuiTllle, Brtvard "' ...,,,
.. _. '" ; -"
.. .. 'i'II"! "f"1:
'0,1 7 .\ 5. Looillon ef Ik* bead", ..'.,.
.[ Club & Lodge Notices er i...rl kul.*M oflc. olIk
,j p.bIt.h.rs. ..m..
t, Nsm.e sad ddrMw nl Puk.
'1"i II....'. Editor, sad M....flnKillteri .
: : ,'..bll.IIo, Hinrv H.
; i l1 .1 3 w TITUSVILLI OAROIN CLUi Mildina, 110(1 .. Hapklna Tllutrlllo. ,
Y Rotary Club YORK-RITE BODIES ria.l Kdllor Rok.rt
M I II. Hurt.on, alas I. Hopkln.
I t t ,> : MEETS T1IURS. a..ral l ntMtln ill tied',' fad Of Nerth Irevarel Cevnty Tltuivlll.. ri...: MtiKlaK Kit- a
ys : or Kt., NOV. r.b.Marrk .. ,
12'15 P MWhliperlnt Monday Her < H brt H Mmlwa, lade j
M.,. Tim. Bud plir' to II. Hopklaa Tlluavlll fla. .
Hill Country Club b. .nnounucd, r..o..Uv Nosed Indian River Chapter t. v...... lit wad. ky a...'....*
k *" l last TII'.".' sub momk, Quieter lion, lit same sad .44,...
Ray Winstead, Free. thru May. No. 27 mutt k. Hated '.4 .. Im*
Wilbur Sikei, Sec'y Mrs CII.,... MaMty, ..,..111..' ROYAL ARCH MASONS and medlaltly addrM lkrundr et iloikkolilrainur tits'aam.i

1 1tiIMERICAH -- --- Clifford Veder High Priest ewsloer holdl.e 1 p..1 .f
UTA SIGMA PHI GUI Wlllltmi, 1M .." eC total tiuoual' *( alaik.It .
Titusville Chap. SORORITY M.... Ire Wed. 70| P.M. *sot..:*.ad aad ky addriMM*areorallen.Ik eiIk .
Meeting' lit and )rd .t MeienU' Tempi, TltvivllU ladl.ldual ewacr mute k*
a1t I No. 6 O.E.S. Thursday 7i30 p.m, |iv... II .*..4 kf a Mrtarkl >
.. .. .
or "" Halaeerperaud
BRIDGE 1 firm II aad addr.a
J'h': 5rs.Pr .Itr
"r Worthy Matron ...,..... R.8.M. will at Mob Initlvliiualmutt
I lie lvat t Tltuevlll
.. 16 4 'I I Mrs Mary All TUKTA( OMICRONM..s,! R. V. ..... Mlar..Ad....'*. alas 5. Unpktn
., P An TltuYlll, ria Nary
M "
u M. U lit tad am Turn ? .. :
)pll I "Bnmmoff" But Mr* I H Thrice UluifrlMi Matter M Hu'l.oi, 1100 5. HopklntA "
... frmlbnl ... Tltutvlll, Plal; Nasal ..
: tutiiietT4 0111) Wllllimi, ReeeNerMeeti MudcBl. 1IUO 5. A..,
I iliig' behind us as we write ..AE MI ITS 2nd .d. .M.Miienli Tltuvrlle\ : Mepklaa
W it 7llO P 1 ria KefccH H.lludion .
tils'story, But, Willie Besman- Indian River Mary I... rl.r.. Tn Tempi, CeeeeBrevard line a. Heekta A.aTltuivtlU ..

off Iw'lI", weighs 240 pounds, I' Ledge No. 50 W IMt Kaov I \ riaI. ...4110Id.. .., .0....
carries' an 18 Inch neck, and r&A.M.Merit Pet BIT MO Commander .,,., and sibs Muurllyoliltr
nAr'r llrU H..k.r rr*.M>*t ( ...10' er Souls 1
truthfully is, a Light Heavy : -' -' 2nd I 4th Thursdays, 7l30 M1MDlitrlct No. 24 K. T per Nat .r mere el Iota
Champion of Germany V ameuat et kvada a>orl(>..*
Height .' ? i iMeienlt I. lay Rimes, Imlrwnt Cmdr, ., ..
r 100..rlU. tar there
and has fought Sonny Liston and : c a ,.n Temple N.. J1 GUI Williams, Reeerder are sass >o ataUM Pleat r....
Cfc4uClay and does live on I JimM it. .(....n. M..IN Meets 4.*i Wed. 7iM P.m. ral .*.1.! (. Lass "._.
I ... via Nurses Ann,, Mitenle' Temple, Cecea TItuivtIU, ria.
in Titus.
SoUth Hopkins Avenue W r..11 P.rd.n I. rarairapk 1 lid I '''01..".. lawkr .
a Mats Pint Tui. ease. Ik. .,....lLllol4.. erMurlty
It11alls t -'- .. ash menthS bolder appeara. upoa ,
!( .white scars on his forehead Junior ChamberOf Ik* books *| lbs eemiiaa ai
and a flattened nose bear P.M. PILOT CLUB smog,. er la say tktr J.../> t ,
Commerce Al Pleat rederal ...1.... err relaUa. ". .*... .t the ,
his claims and tell the story of .." Lean MrJ.he. Lei lie, Prei. p.r.oa .r..r (or wkeninek ,
once professional prizefighter CHATS WITH BOSS-Working on the steel structures from various sites Piul '' Pre Pr..iriit.t J>',rlky renter, 111'1. truilt i..t1.1:: alt Ik* ,
great Sallibury, .
a .. .....
.1." Uurit Mlllner, UN.fkna la Ik* awe M.-
largest structure in the world and operating around the UAB. Just three years ago, Stenlty' Ewing, Sec'y. AM t-eiiTI Meeting, lit li Ird Wednesdays 'r.pb..55w lb..ttla.rs. ,...1'IIn.,1.4.

Bill Best, as he Is now known heavy equipment for American he used his own heavy equipment to Lend Rogers, Sec'y ---- ---- Eiecutlve 12:00 Chanticleer Board Inn .. lid .klltt., madltleeaeempaay a* la the rslrsuna.n0.e

totally Is a heavy equipment operator Bridge;! & Steel Co., Besmanoff is battle his way to fourth place amongall Citiceni Bank Building CZECHOSLOVAK'AMERICAN Before lit Wedneidi- Monday I whl..11 etookboldore. .... vpadr

for American Bridge shown talking with his Foreman Lee heavyweights in the world. S-A Meets Every Thursday 7.30 p.m. CLUBOf 55110.0 awurlty" 9105"uI4.la. wbs boob..5. ae. silt the 5

and Steel Company, working on Saunders of American Bridge. With Photo. --- -.- TituivlUe .. Iruel***, keld ileukanu

the massive Vertical Assembly the UAB in the background he moves TITUSVILLE POST NO. 1 (11 Grionis Are.Rfular TITUIVILLI Mourlil the .., la et a a Done eapaoltyeih.r ride
Building on Merritt Island. PUILIC LIBRARY owner. N.... and .addrteie
mttllnia Ind Wdnxlayof ot Individual wed. are clock..
Just two years ago, he fought AMERICAN tick month. Hall ess. tickTueiday ....Id... of a ..p..llo. .11'011
Camus Clay in Louisville Ky. lie beat Calvin Wilson, and 10th. To put it blunt, he broke Buxton on the chin and both fell ,e LEGION Thunder and Saturdaytvtnlni HOURS:1421 Dm Reed. er limit ef I I. baste a .'....11014....0...|.er|.*keld-erelker

In Kfo9 he fought Sonny Liston Bob Baker in his first two my nose, and I went down three to the canvas *| ( *m, _"'111.. *f Ike pkllik
Ves I lost both of the Mit- times I so "Since both the referee and lirka H.kVRIRANS Mon. thru Iri. Ism;loopm. In* __.''.. Is,. bias la.
fights, then lost to McBride was bleeding badly, ff.rrr "..'1.... Comdf Saturday 11.m..(30: p,m. t...1'l iiiri.ripk. T aad S
and I remember them liar. bad the ref stopped the fight"A Ruxtnn were knocked out cold Robert Comparmlo. AdJuUnt whoa. .
fights!\ : eff, Yvon Durelle, Roy ,,, the 'Ikttrtiti ef tuck Is.luv.l.sl
Mtoii Id 3rd "unttfLr OP WORLD WAR i .
\ el Liston commonly known Us and Willie pastarona beforehe year later, Bests' boxing 1 had to pick up the count from I .l is a big halt the official and count' --- ---- ----- -- Tltuivllle Lid,. N.. mi ,
is Die! 'big bear' really won a decision over Pat Mc. career came to a ringside Mats flrit Wednei- u ef Ik .t.. .. ., .temr
bear Clay, at that time, did not Murty In Seattle But, In 1957, Ills last fight was with Cas both of them out to 10,"' Bent Woman's Club of air eich month, Loyal Order Of al.... .*f u* pukllihlni Corpses

pop off his mouth at me, like I he started to climb in ratings. sius Clay said. I Amerilin Leflen MOOSEMeett 10.'Tlltl. Hen mull k* tom.l..,...

he' doing now. He couldnt afford "I had no business fighting So, Best, whose father died as Titusville, Inc. Hell with CeverW Tuesday I p.M. lur all wktak piiullvallua de eel *tarry eweptIkete ad*

to. Miteff, the man who took a Clay, I wasn't In good physical a result of world War II when I Mecti lit Mon of Each Month Dlth Lunch n, I Im. I Mile North .. Mimi en U.S. 1 ..rll.l. ... abed ,".. the pub.Ii.hr' .
Best in L. .. ewe tad ..
decision over Pepper,, whMtk
round *
Between my condition I to
It's all over was beginning Jim Meltble, 0evrnrRilph .
But he was only 17, was taught to i October thru May .m.' In ". i.ilani MSil. 143-
wile( and I, we decided to get New York, found himself ly lose interest and my only reason box by a of American soldiers Cemdr Tern Wiften Irehew, S*.', Ins, aad Uim.. ....... arosu.ltM.allse
group ... .. ....... On,. 4J5 .. ...
the floor with only IS M M ", Coos. a. Mk, .
out of boxing for good in 1961 ing on for fighting him was for the who had formed boys clubs I 1'''. ...,...... ---- -- 4 M et Till M. Vailed Suit
I made a good living in IS years, I seconds gone in the first round. money involved. I was ranked all over Germany lived -- Cad.!
Alvin Williamsand 1---- TltuiTlll Lions Club M.... 3rd Wed.f A T,1.$ Me. Cet.l. rrlnl4
to be exact I made close to $40- : Best later beat fourth among heavyweights, with his grandparents, foughthis PYTHIAN I Mike DeJohn. He lost to Eddie and made lot of and I ich menttiIP. Mob. IMU 4ur a, iveveed'ln
000 during my boxing career a money way to the amateur and pro- 700; p.m. Thuridiyi
,1,l got to see a lot of country Machen, current Light was ready to get out. Of course, fessional championships of Cer SISTERS 3 "lotllli Restaurant M. ... real IS mealkai le tll'III dali nu. m.TJiiO.Paid .*.... lieu ?,

met a lot of men, and I Heavyweight Champion of the I was married at this time, many later coming to the United M TII.l.n""'"* l I7"*."" 4kTIL. Z2 South Lake I I Oct. Ittrewgh Miy .. i.r*,,liilai, L 'r* ItreiukMrlkere I

don't i regret one single main World, on September 18, WSJ In and my wife helped me make States to fight the two men "tomb: Maalka Howard Mayes, it, LlVerne Hirdbi' m.*..ky, Ilea mall terrier...1.l *I.r..Wsibs ..
U I had It to do over Portland, then three months later the decision. Clay Just plain beat who are considered heavyweight ) .rumMr. i President Pres.-Ph. AM 73S34 ....., flllnc date, ......"; I. *.!.*
event Lls- l 1.lu rulck. M PJ.C.IIr.v Ikrwuik ...*lt. *..* d..'.,.. eretkcrwlwi
cam. I would certainly do itBesnunoff was TKO'ed by Sonny champions of the world, still "'. Mara I'*l py. Met!'* Oyd Plrtle, Sec'y : I etf.r I p m. mi kin it.* .sue irMl .
before changing ton in Cleveland, Ohio. me."Clay : lyn rr.:me., Plaalit I* fillet d.li, 7M.
was leading on points, says Liston U the better fighter ---- -_ ._ -- -North Brrd- c. rr** dleirlkutlaa (laoludlauatel .
his name to Best for personal I "I'll never forget that fight. he was too fast for me and In his own style. ..*) ky. mall carrier dllry,

reasons, was born In Germany, It was on Dec. 9, at Cleveland. again like the Liston fight, I received Before coming to Ttttwvllte, KIWANIS CLUB HORSEMAN'S NORTH BREVARD CLUB Rehibllllillon CeDt.. f .r D,ky Total sibs N meaaai.. et. eettle Neee., dlelrlkultd .
tjved most of his childhood with They were having this big another cut over the he was a boxing promoter In __ Meets Tvetdeyi Mash Sand Me, lash M...... Ne. Wllllimi Dunn AlrpertMeti C) ". .ikum.... .,M II*. ** III .M end. w
grandparents, became the amateur Christmas show there in town eye and It ended then with a Jacksonville and has lived here ;;I 12:10 ,.m. 7l3t. P. M. 2nd Thufi. every Month I....* drtne*sem.dioe, enN IS meiki emS

champion of Germany in I and we were fighting on nationwide TKO in the seventh" since February. to" WHISPIRINO HILLS BILL OUFf, Pr... PUBLIC INVITIO .inn.",: t..1''n.l.''. .leiue sea,.., I* (III**:

1952 and represented that na- television Not bragging, Best no longer associated The man who' has fought \II COUNTRY CLUB Pre.i W. Le. Pertain I trlirr gal. ,lit ..,......* 10

doa in the '52 Olympics. In I but, before the referee stopped with boxing except what he champions from Austria, Spain bnfle rrliliM,' FRANCIS THRILKILO, Seep | 4'y.i Mri. Merthi caulk *mad.l.kv eSitaedi.m. sbNe are eerrein aadem

August of the same year he be- the fight I was beating bell out reads In newspapers said his I Italy, Holland Germany. Kng ToM On, i.ermry heM AM. 7-1202 Phen AM 7-3043 *...... M. Hudeo

gall a professional career. He of LIston. Somehow, I never most exciting moment occurred land and the U.S., Willie Be* -- -- .1:.?"**
Oat. .
slugged his way to the Light I did know, but Liston and I butted in Germany He was fighting manoff, now Bill Bent, who has B. P. O. E. ELKS LODGE IHRINI CLUB

HesvvwelgM Championship of heads together. I caught the Alex Buxton, light heavyweight scars to prove his career. look Ne. 2111Vleett lrdTHvr dey7iMpm.Meefi i TLTTITUIVILLI

Germany and came to the Unit I top of his head over my left champions from Great Britain today physically able to dwman- I Mendey Nights AfLKS IN NINTHriXni THE CIHCVIT. rmDiriAI. r.

ed States in 1957. eye. It ended in 11 stitches, andI and in the eighth round, the tie Cawius Clay would make no S. Washington CLUB f'fJIt *tlMCVITIU6VA CUVHTf: ,
This Is where he met up with was bleeding so bad the referee referee stepped In the path of a rhymes about the LMon-C I a y LITTLI ",
I 'e., S e'cletk Che. Helle"P' IN tMANCBMT .
and ,
like Cassius Clay stopped the bout in the strong right band delivered onI' fight, but lives on South Hopkins i. orNO.
guys .
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lit Twee ef M. I;M p. m.IIMI AndPTIoa
D) 1.151011. and still seventh round. as a knockout punch. Best Avenue, In TttiMvlUe\ with .", ..11 KittrwUir, Sec. Prink D.'... ,......* 514i..55 ..... IN HBi A4m. >ll.Paotsaozsoe.. *lTEHMr
"'Mas 1 good friends -To this day, I think I could first slammed the referee on the his wife and famtty. still goes I ray. At.. ..,-nw &.1:. rox
all of the great box- chin off and struck --- .rtLAWNCM 'H BAKER: a.
with I glanced along with Liston. Tlturrllle Toastmasters ,- "
sup Liston if had .
recalled. "Really, It'sa have whipped we Viili HiO- Tint / sScottish HBTT. SEAN *LAKES bl.Sit. .

ert, be thing but my best friend not butted heads. It's my fault, Meet Wod",4.,. PORIION WARS Rite TO. MKTEK rmc. It. end

JUIBT was though for not paying attention I l 1 i::45 P.M.Chentlcleer. ,,_.. .*. till Club- P.O. la 101 MlXAIIB KATHLEEN'
my boxing career Russia Expected To Beat U.S. ....... rAzoHA roxUddnw
during Miteff \>e became good I and Liston won the fight.lie's 1 r tI sash, m.eb, C PM. ,..,4 C. .rew... U..kMw.>
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TOKYO (AP) Russia's tonight The United !Mates la nut I' Jenn W. PriMf, t
U seconds: gone I taller than I was, and outweigh Dolly """ : IAKEM: ad BETT
out 1\1'11 r'1m only.....id. we ed me about 30 pounds. Since graceful talented women's :expected to stiire Ve\HIf. P".. AM 7.S701 7M M..swlla. A... <.Secy.MM l.d.TM. JOAN hiss I"."K.. .stem. Sire 1rld fltod.. s MUk

III the buddies licked fmmAfirn' he Is taU he has to more or less gynuunta: scooped up four med The key! medals fur' the :v>- Riveryiew T. A. Miles M, Hellli.f> rerth, Cemdr. llM fmTHwevtn i... ,.. adopt/se. .f Ike .1.iourtr4 .
welt was
kinked enoughuikt Jab straight away, view Tamara .
and we were pkked up by ilrd. (. ikav
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twin brothers." I short, ducking under and away first two. of five events on this Cadavtka In the women s balance I Mt. it Rlvervl MM* .....1. MI lie er.kid ky j
be final of wrvUf > .l ,..., ., .
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who talks with a Gerltlnt was no pmbIrm.I .. day competition beam exercise IehMt lit Mora lied *.'..... I It ..r. 5e e. k.f.r. ltI.the
Be-; and un lea with. a I "Five months later. I kit a Olympic Games and an but C Mesh, 7:" ,.11I. RIFLE fc PISTOL CLUB Ctieptar ,..d dr .f ""_lie., 1M4.! man ,b

man ,thaI covers his entire face, hearlbmker to Archie Moore in assured the Soviets of beating Earlier, Resets. had taken the Earl Snyder Moats THI NATIONAL r.rl.">ur"...n W,. LAWRENCE Calling AUwMy HAKBR for: IF d

grin fiIIIts In tilenitl' Indtanapoto. It was a 10rounder the United States in the total J gold medal in sabre team fern.: let end 3rd WedMedeyg SICRITARin sad BBTTV JEAN SAKES Uue r
hid t profeeekaaal medal count PreldM4 ASS'N. (Inrl) PtMtn Dave. See Oslllp riot.Mm. t
boxed but U should have been and In metis volleyball
States before he big 7)31 p.m.Chamber wa town m M..a, M..lbrrM1. aby fills, Ik. H.ln|
over In the fifth. Moore had The four medals Including a routing Brazil M In the Maiwdkyybai ) Civl.n Club c_. ..... sin t.1V .... tk.ml, wllk Ik* CWrk ad ...idtowt 1

l. ')& .ntluded such names as whipped me in our first fight gold by Lades! Latynlna III individual game Defending Mon. 113Rlr.rvlew eA CaMmesd. <:..!._MkwvlM.., k.* *....I-...***sites Pro H

1J1. Willie pa tarona. and I wanted to win this one floor exercise give the champion Sergey Pltelnv rude Greater Titusville- LAOIISAUXILARY roe tn Ut "11.ad*.ltan.witMKmi .

{SroeJohn.Moore. Eddie Machen. red bad In the fifth round. I Russians seven for the day and the way la the medal. count in : ft..tawant, .f the ...! .. Mid (.i5.n .1 d TIIMVllto lid Ik*,

MtBride. Bob 8eHr. kBixfced Moore down as flat as poshed their total to M compared these Garnet, .kawe dmntourtMl I. ....,.... Kiwanis Club \ VOLUNTIIRPIRI n+sH.. tkii hat deer et ou......,

Archie! to meatiest a a cucumber He laid right there with M for the United the last two Orywftes. bfaUaR ,, rrwMNMITI ....._ Siesta Hondiy30PM Din (COURT SeAL)
ud rat Mcllarty MtU the count of nine, and States the ttaHed Make to told iwd- C p- '. MM** *i uo n*. ...IIM CVRTI U. SASHES, : .
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Hit ftnt (''gilt5 1ft Good Country Club _.. Mrs Poses IMffntom. f, V. a .M.f1.r '.
enoughi strong entrants In the other lour ad. Ian .to the ItM
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States were not wo gmbear i ".... ,.... Y' :: John Saline, free Mow II' tI. Dft ty irises:
i tu win a TKO over me to the |pmnastlc events scheduled Games la Home CM. .. M Jit*. (. U UrrU 1M4.McI.y .
him tell it.


Friday October 2S. W4
hN 10 ., (Florida), Stir-AoVetifc -
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I "Gaines Receives Rifle Award For Shotgun Use. liT

1--:: Terriers Taking Wide Open Route

By Ronnie Hughes usual, mainly because Colonial's something different tal offensive yardage of II Donald, 100; guards Den Heat- The Terriers, If they switch Guards are Mike white Bill and,
Last week John Gaines received line will outweigh Titusville an A real crowd-pleasing offense yards on, 220; Danny Hallaver 190; Immediately. into the shotgun Don SUiiselL Burrell will
the state rifle associa estimated 20 or more pounds.It's last week, fans will see more Colonial Grenadiers, as heavy Bill Tanner, 188. formation, might fling for ward and Kenny position.
.., tion's award for best usage of back to the razzle-dazzle trick plays, and a wide open as some college football teams In the backfield, comparableto backs to sidelines all by them anchor the center bidding for t h I r d
the "shotgun formation". Tonight type for head coach Galnes. passing offense, Gaines reveal and possibly one of the largest Sanford's Lee Sparkman and selves. Also they may ass TttwvUle.Brevard county stand-
before an expected 5,200 Quick, over and around trick ed.It high school teams in Central Richard Burton is William their old spready techniques place in over Co-
-.-- homecoming fans the Terrier plays, under and through, comparable paid off for the Terriers last Florida, is bringing to Titusville Mays, 200-pound fullback and the sneak plays, or the wide- ML., has one tie victory to Melbourne
." head coach is going for nation. only to the style used week. David Ward picked up as much weight as the Terrier Donle Harrelson 190-pound half open huddle. t'M Beach a Their only
al recognition. by the Florida A & M Rattlers several large gains, one in particular varsity team and junior varsity back. Also scheduled for play Running the quarterback sM Md a loss to Cocoa.win was over Ly-
Being out weighed at leasta this introduced the strange new was from) the statue of squad almost combined. They'll are Gale Coleman and Robert from both positions win be senior out of county tied with Sanford .
half ton in total poundage will offense last week against Mel. liberty play. The quick kick outweigh Titusville over 1,500 Lynch, 179; and Gary Coleman veteran Charlie Huggms. man. while they
make a difference In Tltusville'i bourne and from the stands tt helped the Terriers field positionand pounds total weight. Halfbacks will be Howard Baia 131-11
.... tonight's squad
offense strategy against a rug. looked like Gaines had gone on the unusual plays run from In the line will be a defensive 180.According to Gaines, despite or George Eichert, and aH-oofflh Missing from 190poundDon
ged Colonial team from Orlan a recruiting spree. the shotgun undoubtedly con middle guard, Kim Ramsdell, being big and heavy all of Co ty senior scatback David Want will be Senior guard halfback Barry -
"We're going to do the same trlbuted to their tying success. 245-pound senior and tackles lonial' linemen are fast and Fullback will be Glenn Lone and Toney, senior Joe
do.The Terriers, trying for their thing tonight as we did against The wide open formation also Kenny Hugill, 210 and Randy very aggressive. Their backs Sam Wortham. On the line ends George 160 pounder;
third victory of the season following Melbourne, only more of It," gave Terrier quarterback Charlie Webb, 220. Other linemen include are strong runners and like will be Larry Zimmerman and Summers, 185-pound sophomore
two tie ball games and Gaines said. "There's no choice.To Huggtns more time for passing Larry Frazier, 245; Harold Sanford's Sparkman and Mel Tom Edwards. Tackles are V oGlarrusso tackle and Gary Hart, All
only one loss, will find themselves put it blunt, they're too big| He completed 13 of 24 passes Clifford 215; Denny Hugill, bourne's Glen Holtsman will be Bill McBride and pound Junior quarterback.
." having to go around as to go over, so we've got to try attempted for 140 of the to- 210; James Lesiter, 200; Wesley hard to bring down Charlie Griffin. were injured in previous games.


.* Lois Wortham Takes

Action among Brevard's "big meets Florida Air Academy. Terriers a 14 point underdog to Terrierelle (age Score '
six" remains calm this weekend Cocoa High's encounter with the Grenadiers. Low Tourney

as two out of county teams obtain Edgewater, and Titusville's bat Colonial, however lost to San- Team Travels To Lois Wortham was low scorer
t s : the spotlight for the first tie with Colonial switches most ford, and Titusville tied the
time since football season begansix of the attention away from the Seminoles.Big among 12 lady golfers in the
weeks ago. big six as Melbourne is expected Six competition next week Eau Gallic, Tues. "Beat the Pro" contest at Whispering
r Already past the midway to rally past Cocoa Beach for will begin to reach a decision. Hills Country Club Tues
point, Titusville and Cocoa both their first county victory and Melbourne will play Satellite Titusville High School's Intramural day. While none of the ladles
considered powers in the "big Eau Gallic plays smaller, but Beach, the only undefeated teamin girls basketball team beat Burl Crabtree, WH Pro
six" entertain Orlando teams. rugged Florida Air, In a non Brevard, and Titusville travels to Eau Gallic next week
Cocoa takes on Edgewater, big six tiltEdgewater will play Eau Gallle. beginning the second half of a Lois was only one stroke bau
r ranked in the State's top five with a 5".0) record For the third consecutive nine game schedule. with her handicap.A .
AA football teams, and Titus took the Miami Herald's prep week Cocoa win play an High scorers for the team. 'Mked Scramble' 18hoil I
vale hosts Colonial before an poll fourth position last week out of county tilt, a week from have been Becky Berroyer with match will be payed Sundayat
and 13 0 win San- Beach. 52 points and Karen Crannell
expected large homecomingcrowd. despite a over Friday, playing Vero Hills, teeing nj
ford are considered strong contenders Ken Hutcherson of Satellite with 28. Coaching the team is Whispering
r Satellite Beach takes a well- for the Metro Conference continues to lead Brevard's top Sue Thomas. at 1230.:
deserved rest, and Cocoa Beach, crown. Cocoa, barely edge scoring list Hutcherson is only They have defeated Satellite,
in the cellar as far as county ing Titusville 7-6 here two weeks 8 points ahead of Titusville's 24-24; Melbourne, 21-17; and Cocoa
standings are concerned, travels ago, has lost 13-0 to Colonial, David Ward. Since Satellite is Beach, 214; while losing to
w wi/n I.j to Melbourne. Eau Gallic, the team Titusville plays tonight Idle tonight, Ward has an opportunity Eau Gallic, 28-29; and Cocoa, 23-
Mw fighting for last place honors therefore, placing the to take the lead. 19.Playing ..
w on the team Is Kathy :
Porter, Pat Matheney Be v
Rhodes, Linda Karrler, Diane

Fall Winter Kec. Are Karen Chapman Crannell, and, Winnie forwards II e are p

ly Its Hugh. Spoil Uh. : Programs burn, and, Becky Linda Berroyer Whistle., Sue Rally VOLKSWAGENREPAIRS

Looks like the State Came and Fresh Water Fish Commission & SERVICE ,
people are going to be without a Job if all Circuit Court Judges
For Titusville Area
take the came attitude as Judge Robert Wlngfield of Volusla ScoresFlorida .

County. Attracting Largo Participation .
According to Associated Press, the Judge ruled, if you can High School FootballBy ,
hunt morning doves in other counties, you can hunt them in Vol THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
usla Coral Gables 27 Miami Palmetto BRUCE'SAMERICAN :
County.In Fall and winter programs of night for the children little the- "City flag football program, Continuing, Miller said, "Not 0Hialeah
a sense, what this judge is doing is in direct conflict with the City Recreation Departmentare atre group on Saturday. conducted by Don Godwin at Ti many Indoor activities can be 7 Miami Jackson SERVICE
the State Game & Fresh Water Fish Commission.One underway and according to tusville High, is attracting some planned until the new community Miami Edison 13 Pensacola 0 I Broad t Washington St. :
Recreation Director Jack 150 boys each Saturday morn- centers are completed. When
of a Wildlife Officer's main duties is the regulation of Miller participation In all activities Farmton ManagedArea Ing."An these new, facilities are con Miami dale Stranahan Norland 28 Fort Lauder-
bunting certain animals in specific areas. is surpassing expecta adult tennis class has structed, we will plan programsfor
tions. Open For Deer been formed by the departmentwith senior citizens pre-teen and * * * t.
It's my guess, the Wildlife Department people apparently Miller said he is very pleased Frank Tomdale joining the youth clubs.
Hunters November 1
tried to limit dove hunting in Volusla, and someone questioned .
with the turnout, and interest staff as tennis professional. He We also plan to offer more Rf-ELECT NOV. I
their rights, to do so. shown, especially since the Farmton Management Area, a will supervise all activity and in arts and crafts. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE !
Judge Wlngfield said the State Game and Fish Commission weather has turned unexpectedly 10,000 acre hunting complex lo- will begin setting up periodical Possibly one of our best pro
made' an unconstitutional move by trying to close the dove huntIng cooler cated northwest of Mims will clinics and tournaments. grams now underway is the recreation R. A. CUTTER :
season in Volusla from Oct. 3 to Nov. 8 while it was open inmost Winter softball leagues for open two or three days before program in the Gibson
other counties. both men and women are played deer season begins, according to area. A full time recreation employee PORT COMMISSIONER ,
twice weekly with six teams in Wildlife Officer Glenn Over- Rick Harris is conductIng

Apparently, what the Judge did not understand, was "most each league consisting of over street of the State Game and Only 30 reserve seat tickets PROVEN DEPENDABLE
other counties" might have a larger dove count than Volusla. I 150 people. Fresh Water Fish Commission. remain on sale for tonlghfs football : flag football leagues, cheer. BUSINESSMAN
Plans are in the near futureto Overstreet, who patrols the game, THS Assistant Principal 'leading clinic, tennis lessons,
Parts of Brevard County were also closed, but darned If this organize a men's and wom northeast sections of the man Frank Tomdale said to 1 badminton ladder and at nights I FULLY QUALIFIED & EXPERIENCEDPol.
corner will support any move to open it, just because someone en's basketball league, begin agement area, said this year using the Gibson gym for varous -
to in several extra of day.A Adv. Paid for by R. A. Cutter .
get days hunting.The
: ning sometime In December."An there should be a good crop of sellout crowd for the Ten other activities. _
Wildlife Department has made a survey of every county eight week series of deer and turkey, and a few rier-Colonial game b expected. -,
in Florida. By doing this, they find out how many birds are available bridge classes is scheduled to quail Tomdale laid the reserve ticket .
bring Oct. 28 at River Lanes. The management area will selling for $1.51 will go on
for an open season. If the bird count is low, it's only) because
hunters made mince meat out of the creatures years before and .Registration can be made by open around Nov. 12 to give a first come, first serve basis, t
didn't leave enough around for seeding purpoi.es.Personally phoning the Recreation Department hunters adequate time to build at the admission booths, or TV This Bouncing Baby
I ," Miller said. camps and prepare for hunting tusvllle High before S p.m.
we believe the judge was stepping on someone'stoes "Other plans include an award season. 0
by making the ruling. We haven't heard anything lately -
y yx
whether an objection has been made to his ruling but we pre Has A Bank Account '
dict it will surely come from the Game and Fresh Water Fish r

Commission.I .
suppose if the judge wants to really throw his weight around v
he can also overrule the Department by saying, why should there +
be special seasons for special waterfowl and other animals. : Hello// FriendsI That Will Grow
Can't you just see people hunting deer the year around. Then, j ,
maybe we could all go out and shoot what's left of the Dinasaurs
ancestors, the alligators. Then, if you get tired killing ill the deer I Democratic
am can
that are left, simply clean out the alligators doves, ducks (they'll your
be hard to find during the summer) didate for County Commissioner With Hine'Yw !
Then, years from now, we could all do away with Wildlife
Officers. of District One.

Because if a ruling is made that a person can hunt doves cant dart tavlnt to* early for long-raw goals
anywhere he wants too, then proclaims open season on all animals I registered for voting such at education for your children. Your money earns

there will be no wildlife around for Wildlife Officers to reg. when I became 21 years of age money*. hero, due te liberal Interest en all laving account

ulate.Either y arMSSt',' a2 n and have voted in election

that Volusla County Judge is a dove hunter, wanting every Paid On Time
to get In a head start, or he is not familiar with procedures of since then. I have always
the State Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission.
I been active in my party and Deposits

act Whatyasay going to have about an tonight's interview game.with Slim Well,Piiklns for one this thing weekend, we're, very interested in the political affairs of my community, 401 3H% Paid On All

that's for doggoned sure. county, state and nation. Other Savings!
Understand Slim made a few people mad last week with his
predictions of Melbourne over Titusville. We'll take Colonial Null You can imagine my concern when I learned that my

aid. opponent has been a resident of Brevard County for seven Your Banking Needs Are Our Business

As most readers know the Star Advocate just moved into a years and registered only 64 days prior to qualifying for __ f

spanking new building.And public office on January 6, 1964. Loans Checking Accounts Auto Loans [ ]
there's this car dealer who has set up shop directly next A
door. Actually, he was here on the block first, so we set up shop I do
second. Anyway from our desk in the news room, we cant help a man should seek public office with- Safe Deposit Boxes Home Improvement FULL ;

from seeing all that green grass, this Chevrolet Dealer has plant. out a clear-cut interest in the affairs of his communityand Loans Time and SERVICE ;
ed around his Savings Regular Savings
establishment. It looks like clean cut prairie hay,
county especially when that demands know-
spiced with lespedza, grated with winter onions, and covered with office BANKI (
a thin green shell Kelly green might describe It. Tcriffic. One of ledge and experience. Accounts ;
these days we're going to brush the dust off the golf clubs and setup

a putting green right smack dab in the middle of all that I sincerely hope you will weigh my many years of pub- North Brevard's Oldest and Largest National Bank ;
green grass. lic and civic service to the
All kidding aside, even if the boss of this Chevrolet place does people of Brevard County p

Jo most of the pruning, cutting, spraying and spriggin of the when you cast your vote on November 3. FIRST
grass, It's the best we've seen in our area YOUR. t {

Darn it, we can't plant grass at our place, for a possible put. PAR'NER First National Bank IN
ting green. The building and parking lot are too big. That's what 61 JduLTt. NAMEFIRST :
we get for growing. I IN TI7U3YILU. ST ;
Anyway, Mr. Faulk next door has enough green grass at his Nr kr sub DmwnUa Eiwvthre Com.MlMe PROGRESS FLORIDA D*
I .
place to hold the next Florida Professional Coif Tournament, so Of n*. WMmet Oaadrleh. Ch&trm a .. M.mbo ,....,.1 I..,.. Elstcm SERVICETItv."III. /
.eenuoo with onto 0... Memb.r Pod.rei
: : CoMty Dapnf lneunne. ,
we really dont need any. '. Mwutiv. CeeutlttM. C.rp tf I

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.", October 23. 1N4 Tltu.vlll, (Flerlda,. St.r-Ad..ufe '.1. 11 !

B'ham Poll Parkway 7th 8th Host DeLaura "

Satellite Scorps Score Trouncing Elected To ,

Hall Of FameDavid Saturday, Ninth Grade Is Idle

33-0 Victory Over THS JayVees League and Poll Wayne of the Major Bingham "y Don Hwnke- ed upon while chalking 35 points itt, 125; guard Tommy RED, 1%:

of the Senior Divis Parkway Pirate seventh and against their opponents in two and Ricky Johnson' 130, center.
ion were selected this eighth grade teams will host De- games downing Coaoc Beach 28-
Tttusvtlle High School's Junior week by team managersas Laura junior High of Cocoa onDraa 0 and edging Edgewond 7-0. $1,000 Supersrock
Field Saturday evening at Starting for the Viking unit of
Vanity football team man- the first athletes chosen -
the eighth grade will be: Terry Event Featured At
1 o'clock.
aid. to sneak into Satellite'sterritory for the Titusville Lit-
The Parkway teams, Idle last Langley, lift pound end; Carl I
with only three minutes tie League's Hall of Valkaria
Bandy tackle IM: Byron Ko- DragwayMelbourne
left in the game but were Fame. weekend put their 2.0
marks In Jeopardy as the De- ry, guard 120-pounder; center
stepped on fourth down, can- The athletes were selected Jaycees are sponsoring .
their only drive of the Laura grldders have but one defeat Tommy Smirlch IN pounds;
eeg on the basis of Ken ISIS a $1000 superstock feature
guard Blngham
; Chip
game which ended in the lopsided sportsmanship, fair play The apiece.Parkway seventh graders Evcrhart ISO. tackle; Kim event Sunday at Valkarla

score of 330. and teamwork, combinedwith who sport victories over Cocoa Smith 130 end; quarterback Dragway, South of Melbourne,
the league's most Jimmy Hart. 110 halfbacks Jerry according to Strip Manager
The Terrier Pups never penetrating Beach 7-4 and Edgewood 13.7will ;
: inside Satellite terri I valuable players.A start Jim Morecraft at quar Parker 143; Mike Coffey I Lyle Lathe
tory during the first half, sel trophy case is now terback, Bruce Herman and 155; and fullback David P off, Valkarla Is on of three .auc
dom had possession of the ban under construction to be Mike Ball at the halfbacks, and 140. lion strips in Florida, and

except on kick offs. placed In building the league'sconcession and Bob Kyle at the fullback position The backfield for the eighth sponsored by the County Recreation
on the Buccaneer unit. The
Satellite, using pass plays until each year a player from tine for the Hues Is composed of grade Bandit unit will be com DepartmentThe
near the goal line, then running each league: will be selected J. Matrow and Mark Hoffman posed of quarterback Billy Me- Dixie Twister, 427 Chew

end sweeps for counters, and added to the at the ends tackles Mike Lyle dune, halfbacks Hal Clabaughand elle, turning near 130 miles per
scored two touchdowns in the Hall of Fame list
two in the second, and Eddie Gordon, guards Steve Ronnie Hugglns, and f u I 11- hour Is expected to lead the
first quarter, t. 'Y' Puff year old son of Maxwell and Jim ,
obtained a comfortable 2-4 Il Mr. and Mrs Earl Poll and center Sid Jointer back Marvin Nichols. The line field of at least 10 out of state

halftime lead, then scored another r perA Is an eighth grader at Starting for the seventh grade of the Bandit unit has ends Leo stipcrstorks and about 8 are
in the third. Parkway Junior High and Raider unit will be Krewsons Davis 155; Doug McMastcrs 110 expected to compete from the

After Satellite's quarterback ,, .' .., played pitcher and first and R. Barnes at the ends tackles pounds tackle Duncan Mac- Central Florida area Including

scored the Scorpions' fifth touchdown kr... ._ ... .........L........... .w .. .. .1<..,'" ... '............. _..., ............J.'t.\ .... base for the Major League Jimmy Donn and D Day, Bride. 185; tackle Tony Milo Coleman, 427 Ford Fair
of the in the Cubs. He was a mem- B. Fiscal and Tommy Strenth Mcldrum, 155; guard_ ._Chris. How- lane of Tampa. .
fourth quarter Danny Qulnn I PUPS MAKE STOPS Unidentified ner Wednesday night at Draa Field. ber of the all-star team. at the guards center Mike Mc- ----- ----- I

returned the kickoff 15 yards to Terrier Junior Varsity grldders are The JayVee squad lost their fourth Bingham winner of the Daniel, quarterback Don Rogers .
the Terrier 30 A Satellite per- pictured hauling down a Satellite run game of the season, 33-0. S-A Photo. Jaycee's second place halfbacks Jon Hall and C
"outstanding north Bre- Arthur and fullback Ken G 11-
sonal foul penalty gave Ter-
tier Pups a 15 yard gain, placIng vard athlete" award is christ "
the ball on their own 45. Bob Royal Oak Pro the son of Mr and Mrs The eighth grade grldders, f'f'lilt I
Cato picked up 5 yards throughthe James Bingham. A catcher who have one of the best defenses i1.
line and Quinn ran to fie third baseman and In the county, la verifiedby JI'
Satellite 40 for another first 7lh Place InPGATournamenl pitcher for the Indians the fact that they're unucor-
Bingham was also selected .
Reed was held for no gain,, how 3t ( ;
ever another personal foul for the All-Star leans ... .

against Satellite put the Terriers C kJk Bowling 1 _wham ==..::::::::.- rnllll.. r t"1) 00.11 l M.rerl- II
on Satellite's 25. Ronnie

Carter picked up 3, and a delayof t4 + NAPLES (AP) Defending I M_ Mls.e .....au r 1 '
Southern Belles Mink. Individual x.. .
the penalty againstthe f.m.l '
game champion Pete Cooper of West aodtrw, till AMor Cum ale Q&r41s
Scorpions placed the Pupson Palm Beach and two other pros High 'Individual .nl.., tam ..
.. f ,
the Satellite 17 Carter added took a one-stroke lead into to mil.. ..ITS..ra camel KM Oixtmy Manx ,Lode lire.rehlts i I
four and a first at the 13. day's second round of the Florida Lead City Powder TUHlk '
t.am wrlMt Mont Lodi -
3. Then,
John Parrot picked up PGA Golf Tournament Bit. ,t ,
the Scorpion defense strengthened Cooper, Jack Isaacs of Jupiter T.... W.. I.... *
Moo. Lode* IT t l'
and held the Terriers on the and Joe Lopez Jr. of Miami Puff SoftballThe Uwklni Court. IT TMarah \

10 yard line.Titusville shot three under par 69s Thursday rommeM. Shot, 11 11.0 1-WHOM a MUM-a nun 1 li aara.m-...rl IL Wien-" .
._ _
over the Naples Beach Club Laul'. Billiard Ftrol 14 10
Stumble Bums their
held the ball for won .
over 5 minutes, and, the 70 course in winds that gusted 20 sixth straight game of the season Ckarrydim. Mobil.TnueviIl 14 19 n J
to 25 miles an hour. nv 13" KISTR ,
yard drive down to the 10 yard Al Johns of Punta Gorda, an Monday ,night 74 In downing City Powder theButterflngt'rs 'Wlncal T.l.vlilo'.. No.... II II 11 11Barber ;.. ;! ;)I 1 '

line was their only offensive amateur, also fired a 69 to Puff slow pitch Softball lea hop Quartet II 11 11TamtNMenln t i1 ::1

march of the evening. match the leading pros. gue. Only one week of play remains It Coait' Mrvlfla ,1 1 i
Amateurs Dexter Daniels of
action Dan Mar- in the league. ....iat Bar Stance t 11MIme
Seeing were Winter Haven and ack Smithof ll.auir Calim IH HVt
ey, Wesley Nails, John Deason, Clearwater shot 70s to tie Winning pitcher was Gleason! Tram N. 1._I Malnr4ar _,

Jack Powell, John Schneider five pros in that spot. The professionals giving up only two hits. Debbl "...,.. '1'... ........ -pine S MMm pea mw sea..a..M O etrwl .
t Hl.h Udl4ual ...... .
were Phil Derbyshire, White singled In the winning mm
Adrian Smith, Bob Watkins l"at 1UHi
Steve Miller, Tom Alien, Fred Naples; Bill Glarard Sarasota; run for the Stumble Bums. h. Individual' aarlaat Judy Florida's Democratic CongressionalDelegation .1
Mirer 130.
.. Babe Hart, Miami; Bill Morgan, In the second game the Hlh
Green Steve Howard team limn Twin N. a
Decker, Ray and Buck Hollywood ,",
Sharpes, White Southern Belles trounced Me Endorses
Roy Rutherford, David r. Dizzy Dames 13.1 behind the HIM Hick. .... .,1.11 Tam No. I, Unanimously

Wortham, Allan Bosemeny, Ed The 72-hole tournament attracted two hit pitching of Estelle ?...e Wee L.tur ...
\ Ruin 11 President LYNDON B. JOHNSON
Reed, Dennis Mancini, Dan 230 players Pros competed Holloman. Jean Tackett Becky T.am N.- S Cl3eI.rlnt t ";

Quinn, Bob Cato, Bill Northcutt, BLOCKS PASS-Danny Quinn, defensive Titus for 13,000 in cash. Berroyer and Nancy Walantasls Ramp pHurrleanp 4T.em The member of Democratic Congressional!' Delegation .
halfback is dur each, had two hits for the Bell No 4 Irlelee 'I
ville Terrier JayVee blocking a pass ,.
Carter Rich.
Tom Brlmer, .100.. 1 Ii from Florida are proud of the ouhtand
the TitusvIlle-Satellite here Wednesday es.Mouikori
ard Morgan, Wayne Preston, night.ing Quinn was also one the game Pups' leading ground Firestone First 'I TMM w. ..... .,.,.* L..... rlewk Ing performance of Lyndon B. Johnson as Preit-
John Parott and Ed HalL Hull! S 0Ntumbl. II'' IMlYlaval x.
gainers on offense. S-A Photo. riunnHuttorflnwi I' ehr.r. h Barmy Clutl.Id aim dent of the United State. They commend him to is ,

t>t.iy l>.m.i e II ,. Ca.ri.ld Hi>k ,Individual Not Burl OHMI Cr. ....allrn.v.. .... you at a stable, efficient odminfirraror/ and 01
Place In Men'sSlow Hlk Uam (am.l Virginia. Fetal
friend with understanding/ of the
CIII....., Pea a proven an
Set Aside fOld z&- Fetid Hlik Cblohaa.loan MIT.a riMI rirtl.la program which vitally affect Florida's economy.

Droves Seeking To Pilch LoopFirestone ;1 i Friday-morning-- --men's- bowling .

.rm..: J .._ league at River Lanes was ,.
held onto the first formed last week, but according '
place position in the City Recreation ar to Lanes Manager Jack 1' 1 I 1 1 I'r.1

Court Order Blocking Move Department's slow pitch Moyer, several vacancies are
Softball league this week after !> Q available. WtTi7nY
a forfeit by the Methodist's! --41 The league bowli on Friday
By JOE REICHLER able to present a list of determining by Eugene Grobschmldt, chairman Men Club. There would" fewer pedestrian mornings at I:SO. It was designed if ( f r (ft Mflfc fa yu f sf y Amfi

Associated Press Sports Writer factors which make it of the Milwaukee County The Firestone group after patient If there were I especially for mm working / ,.II'"'' ."_h.ro peal f. by rot B.dN ly.di ...,..... ;
NEW YORK (AP) The Imperative for us to move the Board, to sue the league and the downing the East Center Finn more patient ptdeatrl." night shifts, unable to bowl '-"". ..... ..... t. ....... 3r. chwmr.MfM ..
other nine club as well, I
Milwaukee Braves, determined club, he said. owners Ida Regional Planning Council, during the evening
is firm belief that we if approval was given.
to move their franchise, will "It our 4-2 In the opener, took sole possession

seek to set aside a court order have exhausted every possible "We're ready to carry this to of first one full game .....l -- ., .trv
that blocked their initial effortsto means to keep the franchise in the Supreme Court, if neces- ahead of Mima, and Indian r"l."l"!" "'""'" ri"'r .,. -;-,
Milwaukee sary," Rice said."There's River City I ( It I'I'f '
in Atlanta next year.
? Warn IMrimton .
At Tuesday's hearing in MilWaukee only one In
The Braves' board of directors way t 0
was all set to ask for National it will be decided which our contract with the Mini } 0
whether an injunction shall be Braves would out the window me i e
League approval Thursday go Tint ".pU'" I I
but was unable to do so granted against the proposedmove. I ," Grobschmldt added IC.oC.ol McthodlM ,.' FI"ld.PI. 0 1
because of the temporary restraining I "That is if we were assured of ....ln. Council 0 S
order awarded to the Should an Injunction be grant. another club coming to Milwaukee -
Milwaukee County Commissionby ed, It would be a severe blow to and we made an agreementwith f gyg
Wisconsin Circuit Court Atlanta's hopes of having a them to play In County Games TonightOrlando
As a consequence, the league major league club In 13. A 52.- Stadium next season."
deckled at a special meeting to 000-scat stadium, costing $18 Grobschmldt said a couple of Colonial at Tttusvllle
delay any vote of approval until\ million, Is halfway completedand teams were interested in movIng Eau Gallle at Florida Air tit
the club is free legally to leave was expected to be ready to Milwaukee if the Braves Academy
Wisconsin for the Braves next ApriL moved out Tampa Catholic at Melbourne

The county bases Its case on a This possibility did not appearto "I am only free to Identifyone Central Catholic it
of contract since the weigh heavily either on the ," he said. "That is Kansas Cocoa Beach at Melbourne
breach' pact provides that the Braves or National League City." Orlando Edgnvafer at Cocoa ,
dab perform at County Stadiumin President Warren Giles who 1I"1.\1r..Io I\jII1't--\ _.__ __
In 1965. said the league had empoweredhim
Milwaukee Apopka at WlloVood
William Bartholomay, chairman to call another special See The Daytona Beach Mainland at r ''ar The Dodge-size compact DartIf : Ir
of the Braves' board of meeting as soon as the Braves Ocala you like to live a little, we'd like "1
directors acknowledged the were tree to move. Star Advocate St Augustine at Daytona 0 to let you in on something big. Dart Is the fun compact tl;

legal maneuver was a temporary "I anticipate another league Printing Needs! Beach Seabreeze i 4. I with big ideas. About beauty. Comfort. Ride n Savings. wee
setback but expressed meeting as soon u the restraining f Styling is crisp, dean and :!I
confidence the club will be able << order Is lifted which 1 I m '"
that almost! forget .
to show cause before Circuit should be soon" he said. so boldly sculptured you 4
Judge Ronald Drescher Another reason the league this .b an economy car.
next Tuesday why it should be delayed its vote which had every I-K RE-ELECT Choose your brand of spice from 10 exciting "I

permitted to leave Milwaukee aspect of being In favor of c 0 : Dart models VI
"We feel confident we will be the move, was the threat made Everything from the hold-on-to-your-hats ..

-- James H. Pruitt h Dart GT convertible to !the trailblazing f I

4-door wagon. Power 7 Choose one of

2 thrifty Sixes or 2 hustling va'.. 'J

Go Dart for'68. You won't miss any of the fun. ;

R@8FTRUSSES fJ' '. ,; Dodge comes on big for'65 t 1

Dart Coronet Potara Custom 880. Monaco' Ii, 1

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I Morrow Band Enjoys Fantastic Demand I I p I ICE SWIFTS CREAM SOLD CIHT W

fl' .<'<*.\ Morrow and 'has great 1 I, wci s lot a tang tune and felt I -
or if*ra :j not of tile few band the there was tattle chance ,<.f I rrP' f"1.s

as'ca.rxu,. to become a bag has ........ so instead of stick u.It 2. P
drjmm card a .hotels sapper ; stg' to the OMSK. he onproro- \ I
rN lit -adjo. tetevtsKM. a4 recor .... The latnrnifciiUM were ,sobe Sale Prices Good Thru Monday

.n the last few Tears.ijrqeaued ....... tit wa awarded' .; 2 for 27cCREST
l n MM. the Morrow tM.... POM I I'i AT ALL ECKERD DRUG STORES

is also is frtnttr de- 1 1. .- _ _ _
or'Je-tra I night be was sons* m 111 )
nia-i-for coDege dances aid a jean ...... with sssae Meadswfeen -

wins than any other J bud YI, fee )ei greet l4.ay Berrifs I .. .. .. .
'!I."' .and Then rwnrdhtgs ofJfl ..
*. heart fa> Berrtpa was -
Mia Jut-
Tram" .
w tatpreased drat be recnnnundtd ..
ta"d I Don't fits* as1fwj
tbe jwang fwwcian I 5 .
albums Gotden Artie Shaw wbo htret loam r
bone Tnbute To A TralD-1' bis newly formed orihea TOOTHPASTE
tal :GetttJemall..aM l "N .
Later be joined Eddy Ductan
Ian <..:es to Bollywood" Wirh 1 Hit AlIU1
aad then Par WMtema Dar.nIIiI tH.rw
be*& high on the beet seferisU.Tie ; I HALLOWEEN MASKS Lire P_trait
eight-month stay wilt ft site
h.-elad great success
vi*'heIr own coast to ceast ma*, be wa featured on tins Always ., Uf masks REG.
a 1ri
CbesterfieM rate .. Tie 4 7c
radio shows and to err Mrtt4 colon Clilpgl Itlt 1 O t
n mects at leadtag spots Retie I next step for the nsfcg youigraaskian Price! 69c
wtth Dor-
was Teensy
'Hotel Sutler's Cafe Rouge
sey's CftI tra. After towing I
fc SeW' York. wtth Doney be Joined. tile OhBBbia >
The roan who is in front of at
; Broadcasts Sjrstora w
.& tra in generaly the man
<< i, a staff masirtii.' a )ab dIM pve M BUFFERIN
W1> os behind ta faeces, aDd', him ttee! at trw-taaee ta tbe recordteg. C'M' u S i1.ee, P.5-Io, Lana.. T.I*, hirin.io ,
BGdiy Morrow. one of tbe aft- rat aid Want. teh. h' I ,no ... ..d up-C"P'. tw" 1)
rereat trombone players a'ia = tattle of 3* (Limit
4 Asian I iadHtries. Ae e bis I

1r responsible for the roc' ,proode recoflecttoas e/ Kit \ ..... --- al _.&.........-.... .......... .,JN---.. __ ...rte. ....- --......... 99 REG. ..
ce:s of his aggregatioa. Bisj was pIaJtIIC te a .1 99C 39'IMDIYJDUAllY
yrrrt snustaaasMp has been evtderf ,i period <
'hrrwgh Use years' when be 'the great Artaro TOICHII IIIi. :, Oil Company Florida has announced visiting them and Joining in the cele- I
Tins featured with leading! orchestras that their station in Tttuavflk bration.: Frank Patisi is the of
like those of Pail His career was Mern fled by manager L
located I
oo Washington Avenue has the station. The main office of the WDJESMINIT.RUB
\\7ulemaa.Tommy Dorsey. Art- a hrtch I to the U.& Nay and. company
been completely remodeled and is now is located at Winter Park
whet the war ended be went >-S.A !
ie Shaw and Jtoimy Dorseyandis : Their ; Kiddie Kandies Twist Candies
held Photo.
staff musdan! with many back Wo radio wart far a sheet open grand opening was 3- z. Tube Limit 11)
and television I I time before j Joteisg Jmatj Dnrsey's (naval ,..,1 Nt .. 1" -.. Nt d II Idi.L..dl .
ct radio TJIrw tIt- the Morrow
rte big years. _
i .. ..(-n.wuty .,...- letREG. c
.JIoo6"1. orchestra u a tenured bad became so highly regarded i iin DO YOU PAY TOO MUCH FOR I...... Ie..... cMc. ....... ...... 8 9
t' 0 graduating from highgchonL I trombonist Be got bk ftrit the mute WOOd that bi I960BCAVictor I .... Gals. ud i1e0. ...e rrpN. .11 .1151r $1.49Jergen's
Morrow went to New taste of being aa orchestra leader i signed bra to format :< 55050. ... ,rP .... .- -

Yorf to try his lock as i ma I IJ at this time. 4 ben Jimmy orchestra and record safer i, AUTO INSURANCE? -
.:;M1. Shortly afterward, his took sick, be fiBed to as leader !hM own tame. Be began taper I A loT9sia 59 A b.Tyain 59 Lotion
rommat* persuaded him to so&Btm ,of the band tar a bole wMe. menmig with style and tastrarnwudrw CHECK THESE LOW ., ide ed 74c
for a scholarship it CMJdZ from then! on be knew that be and after a year d- RATES
ard School of Music. .1 would never ratty be sattsOedmtflhehad sided to take the band on the FOR BREVARD COUNTY. FLORIDA SVi s. loft,. (Limit 11

bJ tnt practiced classical a band of hto owl rout Their first engagement 1ILCOO/2&000 Bodily Injury and COLPO

I war at Atlantic at,'. Steer Pier LOGO Property Damage 59c 37c

Orlando a crow camtry tlte'l CLASS COUNTY

I III band played an engagement m LADIES' IANIONpeckegi
Detroit and Buddy came across 1 I 1-1 Reguler ski. C

F J Space Age Construction an exciting rhythm and bines' So male driver under 25. car DOt rued for er 3, 17 SWEATERS

master and taateted that the I bulneu, driver toth'tlO: leas than 13 miler X100 esu.ly Ilcd
one and
The B. 3. High Construction The six contracts on which tbeaward band record it The song was way rites boar warsper ...
weeL I AIR applies to Clergymen, If DO alas s taw .a111o .1w rend
C4 d Orlando, wQ receive a was based were: "Night Train" It proved to be male operators ceder 23)
: Construction of a central telephone the tanking point in the fortunes: 1uu p.lk) }
Department of the Army Certtfi [ office for NASA KerI of the band.It I-AX @ Mfr. .....lCOL'P01i

a tor Patriotic Ovfliaa Serrks I rit Island moonport Industrial became a national sensation Semi a. -\ with annul mileage less Ihu Sza.oo -Il .1Iwf.lefl

JTiursJay night tile firstsit area fC422.Constructlna. 1.Stl0. r
selling over a cop -
:I> award ever presented by > of a parachute ies and by December 13% the I-C i RONSONOL LIGHTER 1 A.-4

the raaawral District of the I packing building for the Merrttt Buddy Morrow, orchestra bad I No malt driver UDder 25. car DOt used for I FLUID, I'4;) iloorMc..

ti-Army Corp of Engineers.T Island industrial area $KS.(07. .established Itself as one of the !business driven to trOrt more than 15 miles Su.co .
$ award honors the firm for Construction of a central dispensary !Mg: rawfcal attractions on t h e I ODe way or more than 10 miles both way C suaa21c
service on six per week.iA 12001.. Ccnn- 17 l
outstanding for the Verm Island I,ro d. They set attendance records _
s-age constrvcUoa projectsb industrial area I1J7.JW. to leading ballrooms and +

L bit tAe .Cape Patrick Kennedy Air Force- Merritt Base the Construction base communications of aa addition buildIng to I theatres aa example from, coast-lo-coast the Edgewater I MIlt owner driver or principal laDder 2S.operator.but married or 80t _S7t.ooII ewoel t.ra1_ tan M. theses 1 3 49l

MCatf -
between December
area; Park In Detroit had to close
Jane 194. The total value for the Air Force at Patrick s-a
the box office 10 minutes after
nn,%H. I Young fatten: [1! COUPON
c' ttte work exceeded U.I mflkJh. opened on New Years Eve. owner or principal operator
.. Rehabilitation of the Delta lit UDder 25, mlrried bat legal custody of child SU.oo i- UD1ES'
spin test facility for NASA at From the very beginning. bring in the household No other male dxiv
M-ntatV of the award will Cape Kennedy. $47.4x. Morrow has always lNo !!ted Out'I II. era under 25. Pro Toothbrush

taeplace at a meeting of the Construction of a research and I. band munt have versatility I Orion Sweaters

Criveral Post of the Society of engineering laboratory for I h e That is why Ms orchestra is organized 3No male driver under 23, but ear Is used Finest quality

Mlr it all Uitttary Engineers! at Air Force at Cape Kennedy atone fines that give it for business. r Also applies to ears owned by U2.00( assorted styles, 23' A..uilid. a.. ..... Ii" pal) .
Air Force Base Of- the elasticity to meet almost every a / iS
the Patrick I5J1X1. corpora OD.t j Reg. sSe Ity 0... IIIit Cer4...
'::ers' Club Thursday at I p.m. minim Iha oL They can .I I!

Biding the award from The company Is now working I play college proms one I U It I S-wed 1 w 0111 01. 01. 1e/30 Vllu..
Ci- 'w. I. SUrnes CanaveralDistact on two other Corps of rnsjafsfcontracts I night and !smart country duos 247
Engineer will be a J. both to NASA's ) the next. elegant bate rooms I JIM FOGGINSURANCE ToWS

L4S oresident of the company i ritt,Island industrial area. hr'1 and popular ballrooms or a
AfeacUig the ceremony win be fir W0.414. is fer COII.'Itr1II: 1! how jaz concert for non- two-I I

A It Magma Director of the I of a Base Operations> Butkhng> Ing audiences. Their repertoire I ( :: COSTUME JEWELRY '.
Fanlties Engineering and Coo- 'and a Security HeadquartersBuflding. I embrace the whole spectrum of \ 1140 s. HOPKINS AVC. ; .' 4f f 4,

r-AKjliti> Dtrtsion lor the Nationa TIle other fat I1.2HM. popular music from early duCe- I' CyPeiN MaffnaJla f\ti\ .r_ A lorqe ouortmest of bemti-
JUronautks and Space I b for building a third that land rhythm and boa, and intricate Call 20-titl : J ," fully designed seckloces. pen-
At John F Ken- addition on pan of the Operations I' ballads to fall progressr } .d to <.
fiistratioo's 'I I Will.. all dams earrings. o pins e .- _-
day .tvr4ar" Canvanianctt t4
red> Space Center, and Col J. and Checkout! BaMmg. \ L Cimpben. Deputy Chief of 0

SWf.frr Civil Engiceering Air Spinning Cutfit
FJtcf Eastern Tea Range. 9 J 99 I9.9

.' r; sat ..... SSi.Inr.,..
four of the projects lox whkb ....
user I'" I eM
the ;;many to being recognized 144 CrciUJT $pi..I..
warn done under supervision of WAHl YIBRATORMASSAGER -
tlrf JCorps of Engineers for

NA-sl. The other two. also sup PROGRESSIVE LEADERSHIP 52.9S
ervt-vi by the Corps wen done 2O8sS
for tie AIr Force. :: f .acaam Saa.> S11.1SD
Saaa I t. f f
A >tmnal citation accompanyfr .."" Deb"s11

we award praises the ILL TAKE THE RIGHT PATH I-- NI 5k_... b"i..Ie'i" HEAVY DUTY

HighJConstruction Co. fat "pro- "" 8
vjine competent and effective := 0 Spinning Outfit

man&ement which .
prompt.I ..... .
material 4i' Martaraalaamr
: solved labor, pro ELECT
4""ry ipiaaiaf ralaW "
ciXetfient and technicil probkrs LiJ f.*). arfl.. GartlafrS&ftfoat '
*- attendant upon complex ELECTRIC ss..i., sal.. ]
roflsqction operations at re-

ir osOes, cooperatirg ia diF t u'.50 yino?

c5ar::ng its responsibilities Inc ; MILTON McGRATHQUALIFICATIONS HEATER UST .
)aecuon with contract adr.Bi i
raUoa and producing fiat.Mx -
I '.50. ._...
> construction which was I 1 trW Maitlalaefrit ." Hook Disgorger
consitently timely and evidenced 1. tytN refIectw
I 1 kaararac
ejcellent wortnunship. b 1 lEG. ,
'cai.laa t ir

Successful Brah *.. Man 21 Years Put President Eau Gallle Lions Club b ( .. aaltktaaHai 20c

.if ir fue". Wl\rM cmrrrr JITJICIAL cormr CIHJ or. Eau Gillie. CUr Councilman 7H Years Director. Florida League of Municipalities ....---.. fully

l : i"f THa STATC Or FLO*. Mayor of Eau GaQl I Years Put President Lao Gallic Chamber of Commerce
<(< tlrrC1dAeTaT Vice Mayor of Eau Gall!. I Year Commissioner. Eau GallU MMg League Football SUS VALUE

., ,",urlo!: ,or 1MMCnA 'LI Finance Chairman. City of Eau GalH S Years Protect Chairman. En Galll Horn Show U

...I.K BREVAKD FLfXalXO Past President Brtrard Life Und.rwrit.n..11. Project Chairman. Eau Galli Welcome Station shoo
1 ..Ita .oraontye. ruiaurt Charter Member Br vend arUUn-MUllary Ralatloaa Council

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.", October 23. 1M4 TlfuivIIU (Florid.) Star.Advocate _. lap .11I
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'and we either have already 'fk* to find out whether thc I for 'filing,: m apph| anon oiiwis, Civifan Club's During the few years that Titusville .the wonderful cooperation re.ceived .
Social Security Disability written I to them or we will within may eligible for social securitydisability may not hau- heard about ills Annual. Fruitcake has bad an active CM- from the citizens 111 proJ-
a few days," Eadie said. insurance benefits ability banaflto We want to tan Club the club has initiated eels such II the fruitcake rude.Annouaosraeets .
hear from them aa soon as pos Sale Underway the Softball field at Sand wm be made ;,
Benefits To Be
; Extended did because
Some not
"There also may be many people aapfy sibte," he concluded, The Civttan Club of Tttusvilte Point; has aided in the purchase periodically and order blanks w
former workers who are now they reaHaed that they will sell delicious fruit cakes of equipment for the North Bre- will be pubBshed far those '
Some disabled people and dependents I "We have the names and addresses 'disabled but who have never were not eligible since they had Remember Pay your paper Boy again this year to help sponsorits I vard rehabilitation Center and wishing to help 111 this worthy ,ill
I In the Titusville area I of those who applied\ asked at the social security of- waited beyond the time limit manv worthwhile projects. other projects, poealbie through eall5e. .
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will now eligible_ for soc-I. ---
lal security disability insurance
benefits, according to Men D. i.'
Eadie, social security district
manager in Daytona Beach.

a The new benefits amendment are to provided the social by ;

/ security law which changes the /
rule for setting the date on

which ability"a started.worker's "period of dis

The new law removes a time
limit which went into effect: in -
July 1962 and permits the be : .
ginning of the "period of disabi
lity" for benefit purposes to be _
set at the time the worker actually ,
1 /
j became disabled. The yrt
change does not liberalize the
reuirements of the law in any
way except to permit the actual ,"
date of disability to be recognized CI'
Eadie pointed out
It affects only people who
worked under social security
for at least five of the ten years
before they became disabled
and who applied after July 2,
1962, or have not yet applied.


Oul Gurney'sVoling


nominee Kenney for Congress, Democratic, spoke PURCHASE l OF I A Br afora WASHER OR DRYER' .-

before the Downtown Kiwanis
Club In Orlando Friday His remarks

NASA ponent's Kenney authorizations.centered stated voting around"I record would his like op for GRANTS DELUXE \ I EXTRA BONUS \ I .;

to refer to the Congressional A GRANT MAID ELECTRIC BLANKET WHEN .: : 0..
Record of A..gust 28, 1963. On AUTOMATIC W'.SUER
that date, the Conference Report YOU BUY BOTH WASHER AND DRYER r

for the NASA authorizationfor crr .'.-..I.d water' I.v.l l, tamparatwr, Ij
the fiscal 1964 vote You rt 4 lovely 7T x 108 J>rcal. sheets and ;
year was wash lima ., tha touch of dial
ed upon. This Conference Report t a pillow CMM with rocA washer or dryer you buy.
added approximately J147 Y4' a And if you PU haM both you'll aim receive our w
million dollars to the original Grant Maid,double.bed due! ,electric blanket*
House passed bill. t.'I F I $189 an additional bonus gift Slurry..

Our Republican Congressmanvoted _: on Y
to recommit the bill to LIMITED TIME OFFER :
have the 147 million dollars cut ,% y NO MONEY DOWN..2.25 weekly
out, and when this attempt failed I P
voted against the entire Come fro, com) anvel Don't miss our money* II.
I *
relit capacity (r.ne .It.'''"
1964 authorization. However, I Hold 12 Ibt ol i eluua. ; wont paving Anniversary Sal*, You'll find tremendous '
Florida's Democratic Congressman + i LI on.lotd foundry .In tuft pn Of ens, II values for family and horn In every department
detll..n' prool
such as Representatives i :' And don! 'I fail to take advantage of our special.
llerlong and Fuqua voted for + D..* .tluth.i vtrflowrlni.t lops tlda. .lute.panlni work fore offer, when" you buy a Bradford appliance.HO .
it" cut dirt, lint I i ant; ontrota /I./
Kenney went on to say, "Mr ,. m Mum, ever tub &r can ba oparatadwith .
I q top down dram lid opan.clotlm
Curacy this vote took and the voted party against line his on ,. tupwpewrdtranamlulon .... 1m"' ..... ".
district The percentage of Republicans r tiled com l.t"cDllld; 1.
voting against the e 8 ,1 llyoIInnInons 0 pravanlt 'laundry
from float 1 t
bill was 71 perceijt} ; the per. ,
j r p.rt.tes s. Inrdvsrkp ,!:;
centage Democrats Voting
for this bill was 94 percent It 1
Is indeed tragic that our Congressman
would vote on legisla
tion affecting our district strictly \ t'' ,, SUPREME AUTOMATIC DRYER M .1.13t11st ;
on the basis of his Republican MONEY DOWN I With 4 Individual eUctrl drying t.mp.ratvr. to '
political philosophy" sir edford match your 'ablcI-.o'dial and f rg.t B. L'
In conclusion, littif 1.75
Kenney emphasized as weekly..,
that he, as the District
Candidate from the 11th District take 30 days or months to pay $I39NOMONIf "
had been endorsed by Holland only
and Smathers. This en. r' GRANTS LOW PRICES DOWN.1.75 w..kl
dorsement is significant be- ;) /

cause these two legislators ;" INCLUDE Holil 24.Ibff. of wet laundry at on loading, and
know how Important this District i' : timer-dial allows up to 14 hours of drying time.
Is to the future of Florida 6 drying program Nylon nvah lint-Alkting trap. ::
and to the Nation.

Automoll' l*mp.ratvre and safety th.,,,,..,... 1 1
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,; ,, Irlo 24 lie. of wit laundry one time Ky-to /tNlt.l.t/rls dryer
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ed Into many other very .
Smathers worthwhile to aa. \-S IIM..I"a DSI'I'IL' Rsxa.ZLSCT
Rezoning Requests Winstead programs
: Deadline Mrs. Jan VanHorn president
accepted the award.
Continued From Page 1 Continued From Page 1 Herb HtnMteif, dumber director CM
William H. (Bill)
Deerwood Area Plat day to Worm both presidents it was noted that the nude the pfnc uttai
Set: ForPetitions of the course of the senate He club had many and varied and awwds.Too ro"
said that President Kennedy projects for the improvement of
would laugh and Joke at first the community and the aid of Late To Classify Canaveral 1 Port Authority I
and then later settle down to needy The Junior Woman's
; Approved By Board ask bow the senate was proceeding Club's list of active participation .uLicm MMK*"". S

on executive legitJJa on. and leadership in the many LOST Pal. Adv N. For By William H. Clerk ,
President Johnson in contrast, PAIR TINTED prtteriptiiM |bfMS
project was extremely lengthy ,
TIlutfvlHc Planning and Zoning on the east side of Lee Road would Jump right in to the thick but its prime project for the day night.pootofflce AM 7-M81.lobby Reward.Wcdm-

The Brevard County Commtsj Commission, in session Wed. approximately 380 feet north of of the problems at the outset of part two yean baa been the city o
Gibson Street from R-J to BR the breakfast, indicating his anx- teautificatton through
jun yesterday lIve the "pi."I. CRy nwday Council night the, recommended approval of two to classification to allow a small lou ne s to see executive legislation Greater Pride program and the sUmula- SEE ADAMS. YOUR FULL LINE G. E. DEALER

tton-pa flng" Cocoa Jaycees and denial of convenience center for a 120 conform to the wishes of titan of interest In the civic center

'Dion lions a participating deadline of Jan.organuta-1 for- two reaming others requests, recommended, the Deerwood ap unit FHA apartment building. the Smathers late President denied that the U,S. shown and in the getting leadership the center it has acJvRy Complete Selection 19 6 5 G. E.

.. the courthouse removal pe proval of a plat of Failing to meet with the ap was behind in military striking coordinated, also through
to be in the hands of the Males with revtolons and recommended and pointed to the
liUons proval of the board were Frank power various Greater Pride.

county commission, close a portion denial of of a Robbins petitionto Roman's request for rezoning the offensive U.S. led;weapons atomic weapons in which, I The women raised nearly $5,' Black & White And Color TV
of located at 4 Holiday
/ .,romm. Lee Werner of Cocoa, Avenue. property long range bombers and nuclear 000 toward the center through
told Van Vanderslice of the Cocifa. Applications receiving approval Lane, from It-lb to BR classification submarines, carrying the' various projects and has enter-
> 'Jaycees, that If the petitions of the board were: to allow operation of a' strategic Polaris missile. !
Landscape Nursery: and request All Sizes All Price Ranges
were not in the hands of the Emmerich Handler and Murray
i Smathers Injected his feelings Scottsmoor Baptist
jftmilsslon+ \! at that time, the Klclnmann'i request for re- of W. S. Jenkins and John .
against the Supreme Court
is L. Carter for rezoning of : by
Bounty would take steps to sell I of in Nova property School at
property saying that he was dlssap- Sunday convenes
located the of
on corner
JhU bonds for the courthouse annex Heights from GU to Bit classification I pointed that no legislation was 8:4S a.m. Sunday at the First
East Hills :Road and
property purchase and the to allow a shopping cen- Whispering I > to curtail Church of Scottsmoorwith
"* : passed the usurped ;Baptist
Gifford Street from R-lb to R 3 TV free
xpanslon ter. The property Is located at classification to allow apart. powers of the U.S. Supreme classes for all ages and a ULTRA-COLOR
Vanderslice told the commie the southeast corner of proposed ments. Court. He related that the court nursery for children under four
fitf>r\ that the petitions were far Knox-Mcltae Road and proposed was only supposed to rule on years of age. Wilbur Griffins
a .behind the required number of Barna Avenue The board recommended ap constitutionality of congress- superintendent .
'signatures, which i prompted Heftier Construction Co.'. request proval of a plat of Deerwood passed bills and not legislate Rev. Roy Cordell will bring I } Home
Wenncr to set the deadline. for rezoning of property Estates, west of Knox McRae matters themselves. i
Drive for Emmerich Handler, "The courts need some guid- the inspirational message at \! I
Tho Jaycee was the only per. with revisions as to 80 foot right- ante," he said. "They are not the 11 o'clock worship service. f
son at the public commission received on the comprehensivestudy of-way and proper set-back. supposed to concern themselves Music will be by the adult choir D. $ i Demonstration
tearing) on the |3 million bonds Into the actual costs of with sociology, but only with under the supervision of Ben :
end no objections were raised to such a relocation. The estimates A petition by John G. Watsonto ruling whether or not laws are Busby.. ,
the bond issue. This was a legal have ranged from 1.6 million to close a portion of Robbins constitutional." Junior choir practice will be
the commission 6 million and the commission Avenue from Norwood Avenue lL f ''ll II"
formality, as Smathers said that It was his held at 6 p.m. Sunday: Training --
fijtf\ Indicated It would not sell ordered the study to pinpointthe south to the railroad was recommended personal feelings that presidents Union at 6.30: with Mrs. I ,
the bonds until a referendum Is cost as close as possible.Of for denial. I should appoint someone to the Grady Sanders as director and lm
'WiM to determine the disposition the bids submitted for the Under new business, City court that had federal Judiciary unions for all
of the county scat. study, the lowest, by J. A. Davis Clerk Margaret Cooper read 'experience or at least five years worship is at 7:30.A : ages.. Evening I See
Jl was pointed out at the hear- Engineering, of Cocoa j three rezoning requests, to be on a state supreme court
'dn :that several bids had been Beach, was for 2,500.. acted upon at the next meeting. Smathers was introduced by dinner will be held at the
his old friend and former University church Sunday following the Model M 921 A
of Florida schoolmate morning worship, followed by
. j. ,, Mims News I J. J. Parrish Jr. fellowship and singing. All-channel VHF-UHF reception with the new Tandem
Max Brewer was master of The Revival will continue thr "82" integrated tuning system featuring the exclusive
1 ceremonies of the giant banquet, ough Oct. 25th with services at "410" permatronic transistor tuner.
"* '"(By Mrs Gladys McL.ndon) 4th year students with those/ of Marvin Shealy, Mrs. M. M. which saw past president of the 7 nightly Rev. Robert Smith of I a G--simplified "instant color" controls for quick, con-
AMM24I II the 5th and 6th year bringing/ Green. Mrs. P. W. RobertsJr. chamber, Pat Blumer, give an Summerville, Ga., is the evan venient tuning of color strength and tint "
HollowNn RtmlmUr I the end of the parade. There ., Mrs. E. W. Spires and Mrs. outstanding report of the pas t gelist. General Electric exclusive "CA" color chassis featuring
f oZMie Ghost and Goblins, the will be Judging for each group. Roselle Sandidge. ear's chamber activities and system-controlled picture power and tVE's exclusive new
ft lies and all such characters i The will follow
ft: mid-way open I saw; the election of new officers synchronizing system.
." yfwMt.hoM forth this Saturday, ing the close of the parade Judg Circle Meeting I for the year. the beautiful way to stop rust!"

= .OcTpier. 24th, as the Mlms 'ing. We have a large numberof The Eola Andrews Circle met Jack Schwelnsberg, chamber TV
Dtustt Color
r\ I' 9'A. sponsors the annual booths this year for your enjoyment with Mrs. Monroe Wheeler as executive manager, was presented ) Luc
v irallowccn Carnival at the as well as all kinds of hostess an award for his untlr- d Liberal I
In her home last Tues 439
..*...*... School. goodies to eat We're looking day, Oct. 20th.Chairman tag efforts In behalf of the gp Tridt-ln IN YOUR OWN HOME:
V. iWe Invite you all In be on forward to your being presentand Mrs. J. 0. Sharpe chamber, Schulensberg leaves ..it NO OBLIGATION
.' ) when the parade starts enjoying the carnival withus. opened the meeting with scripture this month for Ohio, where he 1
from the Methodist at kttf'1 I
Church reading. Mrs. Truman Tay has accepted a position. IT
iIO:( p.m. All children partlcl- USED TV SETSCompletely
lor OOJ
gave the opening prayer. KEEPS Fait Expert Drive-In
paling are asked to be in line Visit County Homel'ho Following the business for the Jehouh'sWitnesses RUE r Reconditioned

before that time Deborah Clans of the circle, program chairman Mrs. AWA ft. T-V SERVICE Priced As Low As $29.95
,..::%:(Icy will march In groups First Baptist Church of Mlms E. V. Tier, assisted by Mrs f '

il4a. year, according to their recently met at the church and George Edleston, Mrs. Evans The following program to be tdPnr ,I If .wIs
year In school. The preschool I went in a group to the County and Mrs. Richard Bare present. a. I I-:
held at the Kingdom Hall, 1422 f We Pledge The Best Television Values In Town
1st and 2nd year students will Home. ed a very Interesting program, Norwood Ave., Is announcedby > CMalas }

loud, followed by tho 3rd and As they gathered with the residents with Mrs. Bare giving the closing I I L. D. Shawver, local pret>ld- "IIJII1

-'LWb"" MMU: Marx HID M there Mrs. E. V. Tier, prayer. Ing minister: CHOICE YOUR OF
ilml ll.,.rrt bide of County will h. Commlnnlon.rootlvoA tiv class president, read a scrip During the social hour Mrs. Sunday at 3:00: p.m. a Public 24 COLORS LIBERAL 'OCTRADE. EASY
.1 Y; Bi.'vurd County, Florida, In ture and had prayer. The group Wheeler served refreshments to Bible lecture will be given bya D.rutto.namneized spray primes, PAYMENT
I oa It'wS. "mml..lon.In I' none Plnrld' court-, up sang several songs. Each one Mrs. J, 0. Sharpe Mrs. George representative of the Watchtower finishes, beautifies, protects any IN a TERMS
'a i tearthf I) I46: .r: :kllr.M., MovomborS. present Introduced themselvesand Edleston, Mrs. Richard Bare, Society, G. /Honkala who type of metal surface with' JUST. +
Ilea. fur: of their Mrs. Elva Evans, Mrs. Truman ONE COAT. _J
Two Hunolroel01: Bln.ikH., gave a description will discuss "Who Is Responsible -
-.- Armt lops., wool muuhtnawn.hahl. families. Taylor, lire J. M. Price Sr., I For World Woes?" Follow- AltO ao.bala, ill and
1 ,,, au". appronlmalu ilea Then more songs were sung I Mrs. Marvin Shealy and Mrs. Ing the lecture, at 4:15: p,m. the .II.plftt to uuonau, Ian. Jo..1"
ANDS and Mrs Charles Thompson E. V. Tier. :weekly Bible Study is conducted 'EVERYTHING IN HOME APPLIANCES AND TELEVISION"
; */rt "
M> rNn.aiwlih! closed with prayer. The classas the subject being, "The FACTORY PAINT 2300 S. Washington AYO.
a .* "**Imiloly! must W" a bo'I" .Ie(.a"Inproof, Coy, a group presented their hostS Mrs. Artie Bryant of Kath Bible and Creation in The Light I OUTLET INC. EVERY I (U.S. South 1)) 267-4107 I
.. 'wil,I uoteroof" w..hpe eases with Halloween candy and leen, Fla. was a recent visitor of Modern Science." I OPEN EV ENTING 4 Blocks I of
'qbl with and Baldwin '
nun wninrltnwoo with her Every Tuesday at 8:0(1() Shopping Center Howard Johnsons
xM MU ( muni bo Inert to fruits. Taking leave the class daughter and son-in- : p.m. \
Aart.rla. mildew" mold or returned to the borne of Mrs, law and children, Mr. and Mn. another Bible study Is held on, I' ......."" ....."- "- : ,
atMyhlotb Urvao, unnffoctiri body flulili 1 by, R. A. Watson\ hostess, on Pi- J. W Roberts Jr. Phil and Beth. "Babylon The Great Has Fallen I| : = : MOTOROLA T E' ,L EV I ,5 I' 0: N'COLOR TV
tJ AM .- m uli.I.\lkile.:\ soil orianlo; mond Road where Mrs. Tier God's Kingdom Rules!" '
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fv, ..* rt"HUMl' t soy lo unit bo morbid all Aida! "nidi for It was agreed to pur- by, who live west of Mims on -
Jill Skala and M>ttn....". chase: some cooking equipment Rt. 46, proudly announce the
J 4',XkU fOuol, unto.F.0.5." Tltuivlllo, and for the church kitchen. arrival of their third child and
..r.":JK iy \VICKHAM, Delicious refreshments of second daughter. The new
IK I Axl) HIT CMII'NTV ple-alainiKle. candy, nuts and baby girl was born Oct. 18th at
<'OMMIHUIOMCKKIIHKVAIID 1 CXIUNTT.K coffee were served to Mrs. E. Patrick AFB Hospital She
I.UHI I)A, V Tier Mrs, Charles Thomp weighed 7 Ib. St -oE. and has
(h+, j:> -aut'.t-) 1iw4.->> -- .. son. Mrs. M. W Lucas, lies been named Constance Le Anne.

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eeeaelty. net lea lawaey T David Burne, T4U Nertt If mauled, a.4 ft. One IncorraH. Inaartlo nor will .. bourne DUPLIX POU AINT -- -- dlfton" ptibllalMM by OftUfer,
Iba.Ilectrical 1107 PALMETTO St. for the'
than T600 Atlaatlo Avmite, Caea asav.r.l, dyad their aid. curb ra.PaetM It be halts for aat sera In phone M7 taw after ells weekjay .
; anlam that) U Plorld, and fits apouCM kolra <1 vtMMkicatooa. tent If mm who prefer
tba orlirlnal In adv Ht ema U In a iraatar at PropertyBEST
.or....ralo'N volt.,and alternator ahall laelvde. Volt. the oftlco of tba Clark. of .... Ctr- nM ara.l_, aolp.eaorediton tnaatoaa.M taut Ika* the coal of ika apacaooaunlr Business 1 BEDROOM: well 1\11111.11" home atmosphere Meili. .Ill'' *. .' ''- __
all Court on of Wfere Newmnar ) b. tka Item la Ikaadvort Including wither, dnfl.
at* end current ....I.to'. It I MHBKRIX. a any aa !Is.cation
ectric water Excellent
heavy duly battarlaa. bead PAIL NOT. dearea by, ikroutk, vnAarr Improved Wi Urn d H ewatHNi enty $.11.
i .
AU PaparunanlatUrtO : ; "
tell Bible, Inoludlniatae aaM seined dorwktaata. $121 1001 ROOM .
aad prO oonfMoo will ka. ettarod ajtalnM atwMt ell.. monthly, FOR rent with kitchenrrlvllegei.
term Call.
and brake Mtbta and or any of them and Napkliti Are easy phone .
TOUWITNKse Jones after I 20 26TMtt before
m 5
p .
Ml 4TI1 281.1481'tItuevRle
lIor.. all 1 .Barwma kavtnv or claim- Plal Kuettner, 2ftf'GUNSI
:fuel tank Nap bare at laaatH !: my bead and coal of tit I M kav any Ie.al rliht.till Offloa Hour I:Ml ta lilt after I, 267.tm !! I '
Gallon capacity. held Court In Discard County. *. or Interest Is the laad Malltnt Addreea, prtwar ASpecial 1 BEDROOM furnished duplex,
Pasta. end aervloe abaII.. .. Florida, this nit day of OctoberCvrtla ....rib04 M: ritovllla, PIG Camping HuntingTRAVEL I monltta trine required MAID SERVICE and TV I.bssperlmenl 730
N.llable within a 74 mIle 1956 R. The WMI na-k..lf (WH. cof a month. can JIT-MT4 after for t or I. 817 South Dixie

TEH radium Ml I ef K 4 Tlluavltle.ef coat ';1n'n.. I Aa Clark etathe. ..ld, Circuit tha 15.141' tavtktaat el Ike Nanbwe.t ana Iu.115. TRAILER: with t x 5. South, \\'uhlnlrton. Old U. S.1 1 '

..." ef U." 11.1..... .. be Court auariar INWI ) M 8.ollaa V..; Notice 13 aluminum \'Iblnl. chap
twol( ) aqual naynanteMarak .. I. y V B. monitorDeputy (1 > Towaakln Tw-nt Thirtyt 267.TOT' *. FURNISHED I bedroom all ATTRACTIVELY FURN1SIIH, I Indian River City
et sled end July of ClarkIN stn qulb Raata modern, large momi $110, private bath TV cope' hl
Circuli Co..rI
( .
Amide .. ba marked. "Bid tor 100I" II, II Scat Ilt) IN" moves ,lit) k.otl.: dofoKdanlaTOU BraaNCounty Build icU dancer Improve CAMPER REASONABLE, HIt phone .'.01.' or M7 MMNOUIIS Cape anti Ilowntown 'icUItlei A I :l.L 5--.di: ; (I:"'tiI ih.

I: Loa'. A 1.rrR: : NOTIFIED recond home north ofBelly's Ideal for t AentleRlen| .
Front End THII your Job .fflcl.nry and be 1 $1 Large Ailleii, II U eicb.
I The Board reeervei tke rllkt toM1alJOM THE NINTH CIRCUIT COURT OP. tkat a cult to quiet title to ... Block plant Mime POI IINT low weekly rate. M7 BMW, 1511490.DAVk.'iPOST.
[ and ell bida. JUDICIAL CIR.CCIT arrow .._1'. land bus hens understood by others through -
H. W1CKHAK. OP FLORIDA IN AND arou.M aalnat you I* the Circuit furJ\I."fd--d\: "
I CHAIRMAN rOR BRKVARD: Col'NTT l.'oUPl..t Brvar4 Cavatrrinrl Child Care a BEDROOM IN PRIVATE borne for refineperion tlnmlor .al.,1 eat n

BOARD OF COUNTTCOMMISSIONER CHANCERY NO. 95344ROTII <1.. h.. V. C' better Uit'nlng, thinking ..nd.pukln -- only. phone N71IW between air rondllkHiul, Tv'. riiieUent ild : *. K or aiiT HROWNL1K:. Platnlltt' va. ORO- 4 and lam. all\ new 267SiHW.aEEpTNO .
AltO PGDRRAL NATIONAL MORT HOB T. W.rONI!:, et .t, IHrVnrtanta ,. WILL CARE for t children hy **) Slutllo couch' '', Slmntflni,
IIREV rlrORIDA COUNTY OAQB: ASSOCIATION a ..xonatloa bet. Cbancary NHM .. week In my home. 167.0532. NEWLY DECORATED I. bedroom ;,. : ROOM i, alntik"double -n-; makei rid( twin bed Very
feet H. aa tFrl> I.... oriaaltod and enleUsr vn dar a* Act af Conrreal numian or I workingmen private enlrame im
tilt lop, 110. Mutt
to lb. Federal National Mortar other dofennea completely bath. nfomilI : -1u y
.n..r or as
Not floor No!. clean comfortable home. r.I'hti
N.YIC ETO Aeaoclatlon Ckirtar Art kavlni I nqutred by law lb.h.I of ; :; see all apvrerlate condition
ALL WHOM IT MAT COM.CEIUh Ua principal office I.I tha City. Clone In Tllunvllle. 2672210 lights and water p
oWaehlmtoa aid Circuit. Court on or batoraNovember ir.DROOM. utillgep. imiutervlce. ,,1% IIT Thorn tn :2r OTO,
District of Columbia, t, 1W4 and nerve I ooav Simply through memberihlp la Main Street, Saturday and ...
A Publlo ....IIDI I. aohaduled ... Plaintiff of said ."....? or other dafaaaaaupon Tout muter i Club. RELIABLE child cart In my Sunday, tU each week.:_. I, remmitleROOM1 2flHtlta. HANOT"ORjANS, ( The frt
( for November 17. 1M4 between the plaintiff a allornarwkoaa a
home '
experifnced, by week. hTV
tb. koura ef I:on elook A.Mn and EDDIE: STRICKLAND and RUTH nan and Idroaa apD* r FOUR BEDROOM two bath WI'rlt air I feet ':U't.IG"i.Jh
1:00 clock P M, of sold day, ITR1CKLAND, kit wlr.STATE below. Harola fall not or a dvvraoara VUlt your local Tltuivltl 2671382CHILD !Iou,. on river, adulti, phone eonditlonod, for Mil\it werkerin etiMr fimlly, ( a
with tbs Publlo Hcarlnt te ba eonfoaa will ka antaroilatalnul lifetime
Pf.ORIDAD.f.pdnlr |: > $28 alnileMeala ouf puwtt carry a
weekly doublet
OP CARE by hour day or 2671701 or 3574530.UNrURNISIIED .
bald at 10:00: clock. at Tana Colony youWITNTBH' I Toeetmtiteri Club W dnei< to
I... Coco. Baaob Florida. te TOl KDDIB BTRICKLAND, I ha head. and affleimimeal week. Indian River Height, ivillihle flmn "7 Yard luariate' Our triai-
make preparations for a Beach raaldenca unknown. of tha Clark of tha Circuit day nights at the Chanticleer 267S766 : I bedroom, Pit,, Mill Motel Rte 1 louth l,ior nrgiinm, g.yeir web
Kroaloa Control Study et BrevtrdCounty. .uItOIl..sir hereby notified that a Court Rravard County, riorUa, 1 home In nlre aelihlmr' of new r nlNo down]. paymentup <<
been tiled aialnat roe thin floe of .mh. very rauieway ..
day ( r 1M4. :.._ .
In tba Inn call MT1701 167.61 If BAnYMTTINO hood in IiI' "Ihe(
rill tiy
Tbl. meatlne. Ie aoheduled' by above antllM mope and or or my home. fill monthly Arrow >
tha Corp. of Enflneere. Jackton- that you are required to file your rt'RTH M BARNES Lakefront Fitalei 2676307, Realty, W HalUNFURNIMIED thin VEI1 PERSON: .per week peyment. rchrusre l lws( Pickup \
Tllla. Florida, In cooperation with anon or olker responsive plead- BTt V. 4. KpanihrUrputy or :XI Ml after B p.m. -- Rocket Motel Mime, llitme )mu phone and fall frta ,fo.
with the
k tha Board of County. Commleelonera Inns to aerva a Clark copy of thereof thin Courtand upon tCnl'RT Clark KIDDIE KFFPERS fenced I bedroom I M74M7SLEEPINQ, illect tint nr. high" |''U penettlully

.who for ere the la.cb...1101.na of arranneaata tba Plaintiff or Plaintiff' I Attorneye WHITE :1C'lUN Telephon . yard, WTS( hath hrmie, II2S KpanglerInveitmenti. toniail yell the tame.
.. .
..... : : ROOMS and etflclenclei
name and addreeaU Atlornvva for Plaintiff 967 1821 267
All Intereeted or day nu tell led ihow mi
.. periona ara cord- Day 2RT AM)* nEEEePNCra ) |
Croton Brewer Holland tat Hill Hlhltflun BoulevardMalkourna EXCELLENT : fnr rent (llell>1 Or
tally Invltad to attend and take Palm ,., 6987I our beautiful, lelertinti I of
Avon Tttuavllla Florllanot Night 287.1190ALIAHULIC8
In the miture, rrllihla winli tit St 11I1..110.AIR .
part maetlne care
later tka November t, ilylei. and flnlnhei fnr Urhooie
JOB H, WICKHAM, IW4 I, I, 1.. M irrl) WtII : ANONYMOUS for Infinli smell children yM
If .
you to do ao a Decree Pro
from Call to
( CHAIRMAN Confeaaa will ba entered aIIaln.lys If you went to drink that'i your In own !home. 267.OHM! hoime, 4 bedroom, eirpeted, CONDITIONKD: MOTFU roiled,
COUNTY. for the relief demanded In tba biiilncm If you want to atop| ._ available for Immediate room Renonable rill :26T diy Mr Dollar 6 Itl
COMMIBaiONERflBRBVARD complaint Thla molt la to foracloee THB CIRCUIT COURT OPTHB drinking, that'i our builntra. oc 4101 6165571. after f Jim. KtttUJI,
FLORIDA. COUNT a mortcaia, Tba real prop. NINTH ittmlAI. CIRCUIT For Rent rupaney, till monthly, Sydney .... (Coeoa School e( MIllie)
I Cot. :M arty proceeded afalnpt lai: IN AND FOIL BREVAHD 1 .. Schwarti, 1111 I i. Hop 57051 -1
lot 1. Stank J. Cannova Park COUNTY "LOR"'ACHAHCICRY klni Avenue, JeT 1100. POR HINT (ContlnueTinn, lest Mpg
AnimalsSCHNAUZER ------
inches A, Bravard VtNOri
County NO.III': ron RENT ... of ..
Florida, aa par plat thereof recorded <'N lit %l'P."JIrICNINIUI.A NEW STORE building for --
I you have real In Plat Hook 12. P... II lirK INPt'R'' I BEDROOM: home, unfurnlnh- fire or biinlneii, tin60 ft: i WtlrsN IT r
140 Public Re"orda of Bravard ANCB COMPANY a Florida AKC Floor Senders, Pollnhen ed In Indian River City area.nice Healed and alrcondltlrmed
estate to sell or if (nunty. Flnrlda.WITHERS corporation., PUPS re- Phone AM 73SS3 reildentlil itreeii. tus t .
I my hand and aeal of Plaintiff l Iptered I milca, 1 femme, Phone M76liW.
-- for aald Court at Tltuevllle. Rrataril for tale 267.MR!. Factory Taint Outlet monthly Sydney ffhwirti, .. to I
: : you are looking County Florida, this H'tk Hay ofgeplemher CA'TtN IIOMKl'oP: FLORIDA NIt I. .. II' ttOO. FOR RENT *r lease, dote
"' \ 1054CURTIS INC.. a(0n at aI. MARE for eels Baldwin Shorflnf e.nt.tAlAC'S 20100 ft. er inliilli '
; choice real estate f. 1ARNE DafatdaalTOI PINTO $128 ipiee. fIT' rr
TITUSVIU.E Ul Anna Drive,
after for office Located Magnnlli
Clark of tka Circuit Court Phnni 267 2017 6pm KENNEDY
classified County, CAPE: : oft Old Dlxl. I bedroom I83T'I "
use our Bravard FloridaBPI N W IIALLIDAT. JR Plus tUI monthly, fat 'IB*'
o V. I. IpanilarDeputy ITIt Wlauca Road N B. EQUIPMENT bath monOily. phode *
Boats For Sale
: columns. dork Atlanta, O Sake Rrntali' Repairs, $ nr NCtnoo. WARIHOUSI ron HINT"
.... 'lttIDA:
(COURT HEAL) You, N W JRara .,
tonitructlon "
OCL li n' ia tPe.)1956 hereby to foraclnaa notified' a that mnrliafa 1 a Comilalnt on- nt'NABOUTS' IS ft and 11 ( Tonli FqulpmentHind WIIUPERINa: HILLS S bcId.roontl WAntllOUIE.: tumble Iqf

tbl following daacrlkad propane ft.. 4 months old H coil, M E. Merrltt li Cauneway I bith, electric kitch anon, garage or ilnriie.. In

GLAMOR GIRLS to witt. Dye 636 KHQ-N'laM 6160160APARTMINTlToR fenced yard, furnlihed renter of town Bee II. IIHudion / "
Lola II. 14 and II Block PLot 26180110.WE I:
it, Black A and I.ala I. WILL 1225, unfurnished two. Been at Stir Advocate. ,.
HINT by appointment Cocoa 6MJ i
19 III land IT Block H. i ie
I VISION' according In the p1stlhnreot iL R ---ArARTMENTi nmatructlon Any oleo up to

(e pai rmorrted 94. of tha In Nubile Plat, Bmkie Roc ON CONSIGNMENTCall clued In, efficiencies weekly,. RFDRODM HOUSr, $1W 10.Ik?) Miure feet, lent. 207.OJM (

L orda ef Bravard County, Flor far full Warm.flan monthly ritei, air condition monthly' phone WT.1731 after Industrial or monomer'del .1
Ida M. 417 Julli StreetJackson's 5pm, ipice available. .
r haa, bean filed aialnat you II Oh.roll ROGERS OUTBOARD __ -- ,. r
( / Court In and fnr Bravard
.x2D! d County. Florida' and are r.* ,
you 1101 O.roan II. U744HBKOIaTVM .. .
aulred/ to aerva a oopy of your -- .
Answer ee Peadln4 Ia said Complain Nursery : ..
.r' IIOTII" or 11IfT.IITlO" To See -,- .
/ on tha nlalnllffi allorney.lleorfa
T, Kelly, III, Flrnt Peder.iRulldlp rilTirlOt NAME .
la with Houaa Hill S. Hwy, 1 Indian River
er a' P' O, llo* IM. Corna Ma' UTS eompllenoa. tkiplir Number loati. I HlneJte" with' Yves hare CXene
On River
Hnab Florid.I fib City
and iii. sri
4 Inil Ao.wer' tor Pleadln4. I. Ibs ttlco Lowe of Plorlifa' Aala. of IMI. thaunderdinod ef sue fir. eeiwtrr)., f r '

0' Ohs Clerk lit Ih. et"1I1I Clerk of Iba will Circuit retlatar. Court wltk In Bra.tka BONANZAPLANT Magnolia HomesIn Veu'II fine, Chat. evfM. we .tCl:: :
( 0.,1 OD 0' heferl the Sib dcv ot
card t nunlr, Florida upon reelpt we.. hewierieU, rVrnl. '
November IWH if you fall to do af proof af Biifcllatllnl ofhie peer Jlure :
:o,..Judiment by def.ull will I ba nntlra. .the followlnf tlntltlnuaerne ar eMIie, eewl/,"menf Calf" .rttt ,
for the
n aialnat you rellnfdem.nd.d .
la tha Complaint' to will Colffurat Imp.rhslundo I SALE ",. .elelli' '" MlTfctak ,
whlok/ wa ara enSUed le
This online chili ka pubtlihednoa
Raton at Tltuevllle. rinrlda. LaGrange Acres I. '
park wok for four a)0aaoIKa ) IJP.utt .
.1 tka undarala-nad are lha .!
la Iba TKueMlla ltarAdyocaia >
VIM TltuavlU, Plorida, only bile/nil.. parsons. Intaraated I. meld Annuili AnleiiPalmi i ui
DONE' : AND ORPRRtD at Tljevllla lllhlncuiLufu
Daiad al Tlluevlllo Florida' tbla
1 Florida, tall Bib day ofSept.mh.r 1 day of Oolober A D. IN"n. trum ratio plinli

I'nlie Jt..r.:: .., Clerk Mlokael. urea C.'..ren.lleffaarOnt yMra peat hiimui 2H Mlleg North of Tltuivllle. BeiuUful 3 FIDELITY

B, V, panalrDepulf full bathe formica cabinet ducted heat Ag.atALLIED
Circuit Court Semi.Clark) See The price plants. reduced range anri hood. Sodded! yardi. Priced VAN LDtEfTonAoe

Oaona Altornay T.for Kelly Plaintiff III Star Advocate from $14,000, to $16,000 Call 267.4166from si TitAKi* ,:

11(>. .51 r-lrel radoral Bldf 267.4695 9 to 5. See by appointment : 1 i'
P. O. ate IM.acoa Needs! DAY OH HIOMTm
Roach. "", ''d. j Printing
dl44th.mend AM TWMrrr
Dot t I. I*, Bl f IPrll IMI ".
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except lpelling." i1i


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Crossword Puzzle "? ., $ f.J li
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vr -- w-yier*\* e ".TTf -

ACItOSS 41.t.<
.X1n4 fit OJIerwIM ftrInIo i ., a new addition to
mop .J.Idnr U.
PDrtonU DUWIf reply t

IO.TIUaof 5,9505305. 2.dant"e; s' a4} Lon Dale

ruler LAIULU4et anN .

n.Maxim abbr. 23. Farm '
U.Ydlnal. 4.BIoMGnI ... t -. ----- --.... fwHallrN95 :
Am.flc.[ I.Viper IIom'II + i

U.slgnsla Commodore S.np.'e5w Lows[,.ma 26.Peek rig'. ot ,........,.. .....; ,11,5 ,. lr'r' A4.'.

rrecu sradUS U.!>orIIuJaIIbr. / 3 aminOROOAAS
L Tea stiff 1l [ II.TI'MIS.

Bdorea opoet" peJm ytsmngprrtx
JnIOIIe 20.4 Nom 5114 for
17Towud f&br1cl .. .)gar U41K +!' 4 pry

the See .. rrac-ment IleuM IT Not roe] t .
U Nautical 11.JImc1tor Sal a.Ig.f[ 'L HiAdu maI -

IIII>>: ",. settee city U. 0bI0n'. :
It.MuIIca& t.ognph 12...... 4s'TrouII.. -

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d ) 2 Drlre' ewr WMte rb HIHe Dee*) Air : .
: Each home has .Ccntral and ,Heat
14._JIca& M brad Are. Tvm levte en Conditioning :

nerds 50,28 and lisp cVlvliet fill '. :
14. Nhah.tBL kr- yew retell meeM "' '''H.

TrwpowGhee.. ; Large Spacious Lots City Water & Sewers ;-!

... alyr.Bar. Pree.a xi L"t

.. s'a tCfoe To Schools & Churches Many Built-in t I Features'' .. .

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For Sale 106-5 acres 330 ft on Dla
mood Road and adjicen

TAKE UP Myntents 19" portable For Sale Help WantedMALI Helo Wanted Help Wanted Mobile Homes Mobile Homes to lent new home subdivision.site Terms Excel
TV, $995, $1.25 weekly;
Stereo. Theatre .full stereo, FINE WATCH Md Jewelry w- HILP WANTID MALI HILP WANTID MALI HELP WANTID FOR SALE 113-17 acres heavy producing
AM/FM radio, 23 inch picture paWed Jay Bee Jewelers.Indian TRAILERS with beautlfull,
; River CJt,. Indian River EXPERIENCED STATION attendant landscaped two stor:
TV blonde 33 Inch picture apply in person, Sands start in tackle department 63 TROTWOOD 50 I 10, 2 bed
Piaaa.SEWING t
: tube I1WM; W T. Grant JackY':" I South Hopklni. Restaurant 319 Washington Sales experience and knowledge 1964 STEWART 3 bedroom room, equity, assume month. home Located close
Company, Pirtle Plata, telephone MACHINE repair all Gulf. Avenue.NEED of tackle preferred but trailer 20 .oObot on private ly payments $ 9.09. 267.3311, city limits. City water Thi ass
297-7346. makes Phone 367-M08. TRAINING not required. Age 2135. Apply lot Either bank fi ext. 266 before J p.m. or 267 sewers avsiUble.
ESQUIRE TWO licensed salesmen In person to Mr. Elliott or Will consider i smaller 2169 after 530; p.m. large estate cm be your
for Real Estate office. Call .. with 29% down sad balance !
ELECTRIC SHAVER service onall Help Wanted A flnlnhlng school for men and Stanger, Eckerd Drug, trailer in trade 2673399.
makes. Jay Bee Jewelers, boys of high aspirations and Mr. Luck, Ray Carpenter Pirtle Plaza ------ ___(Continued on_next page) 10 yrs.
Realty 2678813.
Indian River PI..a.REPOSSESSED CHILDREN'S CLASSES In the aoclal and business world. located lea
SPINET charm, drama clothes model. Many opportunities for grad.uat.s. FOOD STOREROOM clerk: Mobil Homes 127-20 than U acres mile from new 1-9

Save over $ OO on this piano. ing and photographic model.. 2WSSOO.Wanted over 21, with experience preferred at $500 per acre cash.
Take up payments. ing NOW FORMING. XIFIMALI call Mrs. Santos, 2671241. TRAILER FOR HINT x--

KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC Licensed 2 BEDROOM 58' Van Dyke, 132-20 acres in fait growtn\ ,
2126 W. Tropic 247.6385 HELP WANTID Real Estate Personnel ATTENTIONI Close to shopping Rt 50 $125. section west of Mimi
need 3 men to help me In monthly. 267-2081. : fr MOVE RIGHT IN! $1595 per sere, 25% down
OLD NEWSPAPERS, suitable GIRL WANTED for mole my business. See District bal. 3 yrs.
in packing and moving furniture work, apply in person, Clinton 1. Lots, Homes, and acreage Manager, 9:30-10.30: : Room 2, 4 BEDROOM, Itt bath trailer ,
( wrapping fish, protecting Motel. 2. Low Down, monthly terms 17tt Washington Avenue. with large addition. OakwoodSubdivision THE BEST BUY IN 137-SI acres with H mil
floors\ and furniture when I 2677938. U.S. 1 frontsge. Zoned fo
painting etc. Big bundle Soc.Circulation ( EXPERIENCED WAITRESSfor 3. Big earnings MANAGER TRAINEE. Will trailer park at $1950 pe
II dept at Star: I Sands Restaurant, 319 4. Paid ImmediatelyIn start as drug clerk. Drug and TRAILERS FOR SALE i FOREST HILLSCONSTRUCTION acre with suitable term

Advocate, rear of building. Washington Ave., Tltunvlllo sales experience preferred.Age FOR SALE, 28 ft. trailer with and releases.
Apply in person the Cape Kennedy area 2135. Apply In person. cabana
FURNITURE i> IS C 0 U N T Mr. Elliott or Mr. Stsnger, 2671274. i;! r ? C ws 149 Approx. 4 acres locate.
SALES. Mattresses offered at LADIES, WHITE, telephone Call Chuck Ritter Eckerd Drug Pirtle Plata 24 FOOT unfinished trailer. on corner of 3 count
warehouse prl l'I. See us to. work, experience not neeeiiary .- $225. Tituavllle Trailer Court roads with over ,1500 ft. o
day, 2111 Garden fit. Nidy day or evening Salary Collect ROUTE POSITION availablewith frontage. Excellent big)
Shopping Center. 2675733 or $125 per hour. Writ. BoxA 7836441MANAGfR" the Miami Herald. HUNTERS SPECIAL land with lots of tall pin
267-19Z6. 2, Star Advocate. Phone Mr. Bartelson at 287- trees. Located about i
6151. 1952 Continental k miles north of city and V.
BARGAIN HOUSE RECREATE house trailer mile west of U.S. No. 1
Audrcm Career Klnlnlv YOUNG MAN for shipping and
New and Used -Furniture and foi
top School. Become confident, receiving in local automotive Interior in excellent condition Buy this fine parcel
appliances. Wrbuy, trade and i'
sell. Refrlgcrltors ta and poised, succMK/ul.:; l Womanhood WANTEDThe parts house. Must be energetic alter 2200 SO. FEET OF QUALITY CONSTRUCTIONFISHER country estate tots.or Priced use I''
!: for building
up, guaranteed,, 2510 Hopkins developed to perfection. willing to learn and 267-6117 5pm.BUYS $7500 with, $750 down am:
267 5500.MOTHER. nave ambition. Phone 287-
Ave, Phone 267-4705. Open
Friday nights Until I.o. Went Bend Co. of West 9323 for appointment. $7$ per month.
CAN BE FINANCED I need 3 ladles for survey work, Bend aalei Wisconsin manager hat in openingsfor Titusvllle If 161-20 acres with 660 ft or
turn your apace time into Route 46 near 1-95 interchange
money. Start now making your area. WANT A NEW NEW, 3 bedroom baths CO. by 1320 ft. deep

Christmas expense. 4 hours This position can be one part $400 down $80 month pays m 267-0564 High and dry at only $3001
per day, 9.1 p.m., $1.23 $1.50 time basis for 3 months. (You HOME BUILT! all, low utilities. per acre. 29% down, bal
George per hour. No experience Dec can keep your present job I 3 BEDROOM Immediate -m 15 yrs. at 6%.
enary, tee Company Rrpreaentatlve while In training).
8:30.10.30: Room 2, DO YOU NEED possession, nice location, 163-10 acres in Indian River -
: Barley 3174 Washington Avenue. Salary Is open depending on $ 3,250. only $950 down Park located west 01
( qualifications. REPAIRS ON YOURBUILDING $95 month incl. taxes and Indian River Plantation
Inc. MALI HILP WANTID ? Insurance. and priced at $500 per
Interviews will be
---- -- -- -- -- given down balance 1
Or. S BEDROOMS beautifully acre, 29% ,
day Call 2875530for
A NEW ROOM .II landscaped walking distance yrs. _
Panning Lumber Company 1 appointment.REQUIREMENTS For a DEAL
CARPORTE. ETC. to both schools,$15,000
mile south of Florida Wonderland
$450 down FHA., hurry! 410-Zoned R3.: 100 X
2678883. worth feet Total price $5000
1. Age 21 to 29 JUST CALL Space Real Estate Inc $3000 down, remainder ne
IIJ BEDROOM, 2 Bath, Glen Schlueter 267-6668 gotlable.
vii on Titus Avt", $13.200, WHISPERINGHILLS 2. Must have home phone 267-2958 (
fenced in yard, built in 575-U.S. No. 1, 50 ft frontage -
II electric range.. 3. Must have car After P. M. CROWINGABOUT :x 135 deep. Scottl-
er P. O. Bex 1204. City. .
INDIAN RIVER :3 bedroom 2 bath a lovely 4. Must be White and a natural moor. $1350
"w e. Coiy 3 bed Immediate occupancy s
| room, l't baths, built. 5. High School Education, VERY RELIABLE 98 ft on northbound U.S
P in range end oven 3 bedroom, :3 bath, Florida some college preferred. No. 1, 115 ft deep. Zone
.s:, Screened porch, room, $500 down no qualifying BR. Nice bouse could be
+ i lot, Better hurry,larger immediate occu INTEGRITYi SEE converted. Ample parking

ljj| ft2 per month after pancy. ROYAL COLONIALGARDEN 667-600 ft U.S. No. 1 frontage -
>Z, II down payment Tittusville.
fenced north of
3 bedroom IV* bath
RENTALS yard awnings, yard pump APARTMENTS"Where DUFFY! $80 front foot Has some
y+. IJ SEVERAL Excellent central beat and air, two Improvements'
furnished a art unfurnished down, no qualifying, Immediate living will express a new meaning"
677-107 ft z 200 ft. deep. or
homes-for rent In
occupancy 115 ACRES US. No. 1 Just north 01
I ntusvllle. These Luxury one bedroom cas u..,
f: znn1ro'J:1:: Mims. 3 bedroom, 1 bathhouse
3 Fully sir Vondltinnrdit ual elegance with ISI air conditioning
3 bedroom 1 bath, completely ed North ef Mima, An Excel zoned BU 2. Priced
central heated 3 bed furnished, on nice lot, and heating Delux baths, electric kitchens -
room lIt bath opts En. only flora down no qualifying automatic defrosting refrigerators TV andtelephone lent Buy. low at $10,500 with some
closed garage, close to payment $7S outlets sound proof, off street parking terms.
,.- shopping& schools $133 ji monthly.Arthur. spacious landscaped private grounds and many This Is the official seal of e 27 ACRES 770-Motel site adjacent it
month. other InvIUnICe.turei.Now the National Association of new 1-95 interchange. Thin
1U S S. Griffith Leasing Real Estate Boards. Only Section (i acres set In 3 ,r. large tract has 300 ft road
tI7 members of the Associationmay old grove) Excellent Buy. frontage and il 177 ft
or "b'GltODi Reg. Real Estate Broker display this seat And deep. Priced at $60OOC
2502 S. Hopkins Ave. W. J. SMITH only! those who display this P wtih large down.800LAKEVIEW .
LwR 267-8626 PHONE 267-3511 seal Realtor nay. call themselves 10 ACRES L.cated Wilt HILLS. Attractive -

ef Mama 3 bedroom 2 bat
M. Jr.
George Barley, ,
'.. -' home overlooking South
Inc. Lake. White terrazzo floors
I. : e J. W. Chlldre, Realtor 20 ACRES Westinghouse central beat
: Danenburgi Beach e High a Dry. and air conditioning range
.w I All Utuable Frontage en 2 County and oven. $13,900, $450
Realty down (no down VA) with
e Duffy's Real Estate I Reeds FHA tl-!:!!
e Bryan-Conway &:
EXCELLENT U.S. 1 FRONTAGE 807-Wen located borne
Winstead Inc. .
Attention Builders i Close to public Parochial
aF i I Campbell Associates, .I SEVERAL PRODUCING ORANGE schools. Hardwood floors,
w Inc. enclosed Florida room
a Edwards Realty GROVES drapes included. Priced at

Lois Are Now Available In Ed Kitties Agency I I MUCH MORE TOO. AT $102$14.900.per$15000 month down pays and all.
U Harris Realty, Inc. Shown by appointment
rs L. B. Newman,
DUFFY'S 810-Large 3 bedroom homein
147 d
Forrest Hills. Wall towall
Donn Searle Realtors
Corner U. S. No. 1 and 46 Mims carpet fireplace.
e Stoner Realty Hwy. $22.000 with $1500 down.
LANTERNjtPARK Sydney Scbwartx '"
I PHONE-AM 7.0821 (20:! FHA owned borne. Good
W. J. Smith residential area, no city

taxes. $12.000 as Is price,
I with only $400 down. '

"Titusville's Newest I' Subdivision"f f; 46-Large 3 bedroom 2
3 "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service'Want I bath home on attractive
Mendel Lane. Many extras
LANTERN PARK i with this preovned
Only $15550 with
IS A COMPLETE AND Ut I $1500 down.. Shown by appotntment -
EXCLUSIVE SUBDIVISION leQcl n 858-Enjoy luxury In this 4
341 >> bedroom 2 bath borne ta
DESIGNED TO BE ONE OF I Forest Hills built by one
of leading builders. Priced
.. THIS AREAS FINESTDEVELOPMENTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR ".'y yp : 401 South Telephone at $25,900 with wi down.

$ -An new 4 bedroom. 2
QUANTITY PURCHASES OF Washington AM 7 ZCII bath home in excellent lo

cation. Central ducted gas
FIVE SITES OR MORE i1. heat by Chrysler Westinghouse -
to live away from congestion? electric range and
oven. $16.200 $600 down
How about this Three bedroom r teal? with FIM flnanctM.9C .

'i 2 baths, living room, large kitchen, I -Prime business kxatloa. .
40 tot wide kul and beautiful Encl,ed Gasps
ln.r4 Unique yl and dining area plus screen porch. Lot sire Is 15 x 101
Street. Entrance Way I ft. Just off 4 laned
w Ne City Taxes Beautiful terrazzo floors. Central tx Garden new
.LiI Water and Lively lettlnf Walkways Street Modern
t- sewers forgo WeWed Lett heat (ducted for air). Only a few I home on property includ

Natural Cat Minimum square feet.site Hm 14M 121'Acres ulu i minutes from downtown Titusville. t I ing and separate business double building.garage

$13,150.00 Shown by appointmentonly. Zoned BP (might consider
I small modern home ta
8. hie a. C. Wi...... I. -
:. ATTENTION NEWCOMERS: If '.e_rr.daext K3-FOR RENT Commercial
CHOOSE YOUR LOTS NOW building en U.S. No.
f p you are considering purchasing a 1. $150 monthly

home ta North '
Brevard why not

r save time and money by having one "

1J while SELECTION is COMPLETE of our trained professional sales 4 1DANEHBURG:

staff conduct your family on a ,

. 'C..5-. complete tour of our area! We have
CONTACT homes in every price range in nearly
every section of town. Financingto

LANTERN HILLS DIRECTIONS suit your budget is also available d

Drive wit et Garden St. .. Car.nNr Occasionally we even have an excellent

JL Development Corp. Read,turn owed tar en* aiWa L 'rrr. .':"w.on rental A" h".,.., REALTY
..... x,,. '.1.....
I tt Phone 267-0564 hi l If mesa H LenHr Far*. I IrtJal1.Conlva'J 1)14 South Washington

tl L? & ?AAniz'ccul e.9nca" i 15 AM, Mat 748MPptj '" etmentNbrgtbuye thru Sal


tl _i. X- -x 3>.>r. DiM1 AM: MM1 Day. JfigM er I4oMtlglt ptott he get Mter and filter
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I I Your Best Real Estate Buys Are In Titusville.:1: '

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Mobile Homes Mobile Homes Real Estate Wanted Real! Estate
Continued from Proceeding Pale
Real Estate Real Estate If you have rental


Mobile Homes OctobeTSpecIaFsTSKYLINE I PRIVATE LOT with ehain-Unk ment builder (reference) will ACRIAGI FOR SALE 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath central HOUSES fOn SAL housing, list it in

50' fiance In north Cocoa. Phone pay top dollar for apartment heat and air on acre and 18lot.
x 10' 2 I
I J2 ACRES. Geneva, very high" I8.9UO.. Call 2472039. The Star-Advocate!
bedroom $8695 !. 6XI-4553.,: or bturines aoned lot or acreage elevation wide highway MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into }.
TRAILERS FOR SALE STAR 50' x IV 2 bedroom, -- frontage Ideal for deluxe FURNISHED OR unfurnlahed 3. or 4 bedroom home, brand
SALE RENT ----- -
FOR or TiUisvillc for builder
center kitchen $8683 i area trailer park. T W. Mero. 4 bedroom home, with furniture new In area of much hither -FRII ESTIMATES-
MOBILE HOME OWNERS .STAR SO x 10' Early American ONE BEDROOM trailer, I x 36, term or take your land In Broker Sanford 3222481 for washer and dryer, extra priced home Small down
Deluxe $3881. appointment large lot and trees. payment and only MS month. WELL DRILLINGDeep
3154 Cowan Drive Income
Inquire trade for new
LIVE RENT SKYLINE 54' x 12' 2 bed. proven 17000. 211 Diamond Rd. ly total payment. VA no down
WUtwood Villas. 267-4040. Shallow
room Deluxe $4885. property In Brevard County, 40 ACRES with 1500 ft. on river 38T-3871.. payment BRENTWOOD ESTATES er
Used Trailers north of Mimi. $ws per acre. weal on Garden St. HOWARD JARVIS
FREE !II Motorcycle For Sale in exchange. ;10 ACRES on good county road, NEW: GARDEN DALE 3 bedroom AM 77143 or M2-M88. ... I'lur, lull
58 NASHUA 40' x 10' 1 bedroom DUBOV DEVELOPMENTCORP. Iota of Oak and Palm tree, 2 bath, central heat ----- "d'.. K'... flat, 'Lind.Isl.i .
Set up on lot with a I r conditioning, built In a7coaI.
nigi' Continued On Neal
$20 I down payment and $20 a 64 YELLOWSTONE 27' 1 Motorcycle 4O'r't. 40 went of rang. dishwasher, double car Page .
month will buy your own fan bedroom. 1962 Honda Mimi, $700 per acre (ante, Large beautifully I I
acre mobile home lot at beautiful SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 300 "Dream"red 1101 Seminole Drive 35 ACRES off Rt. :30 near 1.95 landscaped corner lot, patio I
Lake Louis Eitatei. EASY TERMS with windshield and helmet interchange, $650 per acre. fenced in backyard, oferedby
Become your own landlord. MARTIN'S MOBILE $.150 Indian Harbor Beach RYAN ft ROBERTS owner, 267-TS02.
Dont tear up rent receipt each. HOMES SALES 267-6117 after S p.m. Florida Phone :287-4691! anytime
month. Many amlllea now ..* GROVESACREAGE
1224 N. U. S. 1
aide In our beautiful trailer community Titusville 267-3081 Plumbing Supply or Call Eau Gallic HOUSIS FOR SALI
visit ui and lee for North of Overpass CITY LIMITS, :213 Orannls,
yourself the finest aety-owned SEPTIC TANKS 262-5333 very good rental, $ SIJO, owner RENTALS
mobile park. SPACES FOR RENT 267-5841
LAKE LOUISE ESTATES \per-cast concrete steel reinforced Real Estate l0-Acre grove fronting blacktop
14 miles east of Orlando on TRAILER SPACES 630 to 1000 gallons. 4 LARGE bedrooms! forced air road 143,000.
Large Iota Reasonable rent. Grease trope installed, tanks all 10 Acre grove owner estimate .
Route 50 Phone 568-2761 equipment. ,
Good transportation to Cape II lumped and cleaned, dram HAVE CLIENT wanting orange 700. $600 down. 267-3564. $9,000 crop, this ..elllalla/bre.yr e5.1w 1'109.ICY. .
OR CHRISTMAS PARK FRIENDLY SHORESU.S. fields relald. Pittman Septic grove, up to 40 acre S. O. year crop to go in deal, I -,! *.tM fllHMt. MM Route No. 50, Christmas, Fla No. 1, City Llmitl.Ediew.tcr. Units. Inc.. 2674421 P. 0. Shlnholser Jr., Realtor 1501N. BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom, 15 year to pay lad meal.IIIH.....rt......M1I I I.|laMl
Phone: 568-2011 :Box 2016. Titusville.We're Peninsular, P. O. Box 472., bath den bar. enclosed gar 18 Acre young grove, real N"l MM Pussle4eKs M.atayMae.
New Smyrna Beach, CA8M41. age. Furnished or unfunmhed nice, better hurry. SUCH Pool a t NalaIe'
see after 9 p.m. at 321 9 Acrea with S In grove only .sdlnanlnaM balls/. cake/
Building ALL New Futilities Elliott Ave.. IRC. $17,300. Plan lit toil OMki. Privity nramdIwrKM ...... _
ill kidrMi*iptrtnnttt
See The ZOO acre, central Florida, -
S BEDROOM, 2 bath, central LUXURY CM tutM
SHOWROOM SERVE with 75 acres young ham- .,gMwacS Aaw tales ss
heat and airconditloned. built
.. Star Advocate tins, 100 acre In timber -
in stove and oven. $!U6 monthly IN.'. Nan? *>."**party. IMN.
TO YOU for all.
Printing Needs! 2674229, $871 rash equity. Phone. 200 Arm. IftO of thin In S. 1$, FOR. SO .AntNsarla rtiii._|sad It*IMf54SWt,fifty" A.n.
SERVICE DEPT. BETTER I after S p.m 1010 Milton 22 S, R 34 E, and 20 a'ruln
S 2, T 20 S, Range 34-35 E, wun....... -
all for the low low priceof ....-. ""' ... '

h COME DOWN TO PLYMOUTH TOWN I BUY NOWAND StreetWALK 1300 $acres OOOO., If lit Cash.mite RR LITTLE! Q ::= .'.. 1.,.,.=

TOSHOPPING frontage and easement and ............._.,,_-./...riMMMitStudio. .._
FOR A LOOK AROUND ...........-......
; YOU WILL BE all right only $450acre

And S*. Th. New ELIGIBLE FOR 3031 Acre terms near Rocket City, .
I & 2 Bedroom Rental' Aoartmenl
elevation 65 to 88 n. $.150
HOMESTEADIXIMPTION Freshly painted 3 bedroom acre. from $100 monthly Unfurnished
.L: 65 CHRYSLERS PLYMOUTHS : block borne close to PlrtlePlata. 3%! down on Fin homes Model Now Open For Inspection
:: NIXT YUrt Can be purchased $450 down on nrw hoinei. Fllrlllobed .,od.l. BOW *n dlnpUy' No' *, Ooaup..ay
Look at 1324 tnd. River Ave.
for I
i a* little ai MOO down
WB WILL Bl HAPPY. TO and $woo per month.Whispering the then key.call us to ire, we have

AND VALIANTS 1 ANSWER ANY GUIS- lOfl Taylor St., $1,000 down
TIONS YOU MAY HAVE do not dlstuib tenant, callus IMPERIAL mm
Our ud stock la low and want to trade I to ice.
car w* RIGHTS! TO HOMISTIAD 155 Sun Road Ind. Rlv, City,
EXEMPTION Absent owner would like an drive by but do not dlnturb
I offer on thl* 3 bedroom tenant, then make offer, -
home. Nice yard with fit- EXPERIENCE E81 PAY
rue tree. Asking 14500.. thl* U now our 14th year In _!
Reasonable terms will buy Tituivllle 1 and over 20 years
It. In the ml estate business,
2 new home near 2 golf:
take advantage of
South Hopkins Ave. I'hone 267.5391 course with such feature a* of real estate
: many years
IftOO iq. feet, living area and In and
experience come
t We have buyers wilting i
double porch. garage FHA evaluation 30' screened I II Cell M,. Luck I LET US SHOW YOU OWN YOUR OWN SPACIOUS HOMI fOR USS THAN NNTl

$21.100 but you can have either : JOHN A. GORDON I
i for only $19,900, Don't missthe RAY CARPENTER

buy of a lifetime! Realty RciiUteird: Broker Real Estate :/'Ut. t{ -iii,

OAK TERRACESee S. US 1, 267MI3 23 Main Street 2 7-3<()K3TltuKvilla I ,

.: thl* excellently located -- -- -- -. -- --- -.------ --- NOlION" IOMe NO aOiINe com to
: Jo -7 I 3 br. 2 bath beauty Feature NEW HOMES U. ricHA/Ill MINIMUM ew* flats
I a large Florida room plus
I screened In porch. Total SEE OAKWOOD TODAY \\1 DESIGNED Neat IIIIIIt !Modern dev.lopm.M lit
ti : pmt*. ly $101 per mo. with the .reel Most lottery as 1h. prk.l
no qualifying! fOR linER MoNen..de: brick:: Rents a hi IeoJ. '. '
sca_ yards Cel.nl.l adundnwlawtndowa '
Mobile Home Subdivision LIVING ali h.d+a wIh felt color
8005110 leonine Ran- a aped." c. .. .
I etae.s with I.emMd doer double ....
i ESTATESNew Featuring: alidiob, dear .wele.bing;: yard .
shopping center acroni J AND 4 IRS 'ul/NII/ ''v ,... a RI., wtII". ++,
St. You may assume existing I 1 hl 2/A1HS r8111y old 401.IIM W7oM haelee I.a
NEW 1964 CHEVROLETS mo.FHA 3 loan bedroom at ,only 2 bath$102 homelike per I LARGE 1S' x 110' LARG&POOL .end CINTRA&! NEAT coons.hew ys ,a :

new Double carport, LOTS WITH SHUFFLEBOARD MOItfI'f
No Qualifying Don't delay- $11,300-$14,050' ct1 iMurlM kitchen lulIMn Tappon

call today! CENTRAL WATER j J HORSESHOES, Etc steMv.. 101.... (JO rang with heM .....u... Double

LEFT IN STCKK' I NAVAREZ DR. I Due_arw rinks, PermlM" *'blneiil 1

Desirable 2 and <4< B. R. model -
available for immediate $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY
occupancy. They Feature: MODELS OPIN FROM $80 MONTHLY

Marble window sills, mica Including principle, Inttfttl tai**, ..r
cabinet, white terrazzo, enclosed TO REACH OAKWOOD: From TitunvilU go northon III THEM NOW ln.gr.ncc.MM. and l,4.

: showers, double car U S.1 to Mlrnn. Continue north on U. S,1 for
.... I portion aome. $13,250 to one more mile to our entrance on right. For free
$13,950 with F11A. or conventional
I II loan Prim. loca information Call 267-5566.:>:> NEAR SCHOOLS CMUICHIS I SHOPPING CINTIM PARKS


2 Bedroom 1 bath, can be ..
i!I bought with furniture, with or
without wall to wall carpet
II This one U In perfect condition
I and can be moved Into LuxumousW
1964 DemonstratorsAvailable pmt of only 135.00.

twoootn 1071. ,
See these S desirable home
ANO Au xlttxRs
In beautiful Colonial Height
All are complete and ready I nGNnnl
for your family Fill, VA, r
or conv. financing avtllsbl 1
.. "J8(2( ]

SAVE HUNDRED OF I DOLLARS ROYAL have who a will quality OAKSWe place homebuilder the;: M .

home of your choice on the
ON THE ABOVE UNITS lot of your choice. Any t type ........, be.aiM L
financing available. ..II ,....."-
.....eer M d
I ...
Brand New 1965 Chevvolelx CALL TODAY! .04I ....-.. rnt l3leI4'fl1iIiTlnii

"The H.me aeyereIh.ppfng Otr w..a s- .. .
Center"SUTTON OMr v. _, rta. .. M .s rr.. .
Available For Delivery from ,
1..1. au FP 'eMale' d e' ra w

t1u $75 '/


OffUe Pine H.m. FKs.1 -
HOPKINS & ST. JOHNS TITUSVILLE FLORIDA AM 7-11M I II AVI ./tlW : ::' (n.a.-1500...c-DOWN, ...M.daMr 1 ...

2674SH .
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PAYMENT $15,000 TO $19,000 :,;.

ffJeciulifulA mril large SALE la FAIR GLEN,
Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville $430 to Jottv o tarsrestricted to lloo *q. ft. inlniaum. .? ;

FH A LOW DOWN Only 2 stiles West of U. 3.1 On Garden Street COWART & CARTER

PAYMENT THREE & FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY ROOM TWO TILE BATHS .1200 Garden: 2674222 St, or TltusvilltPhone 2072331Titunlll.

furs II Tltuivlll. (".,leI.) Sf.r-Advecal. Friday, October J3, I'"


(Continued from preceding page:l I
Real Estate Used Cars & Trucks Used Cars & TrucksLET Services Want To Trade'DNS

Real Estate Read The Ads And Profit .
HOUSES FOR 1963 VALIANT V-200 with air your automobile PAINTING I It I 730 South
radio and heater. $100 take Browning Auto Sal.l 405 Dixie
3 LOTS by owner two 80 x proof your house with
TERMS no qualifying.
EASY each I over payment. 267-8947 after Hopkins. 267-1580. prelM'rva.tee 267-0776 Old U. S. 1
3 bedroom. 2 bath, situated on 110. $1700 rn pave 5 spray.
lake, wall to wall carpeting, 90 x 110, $1875. On p.m. 83 CORVETTE Stingray 4 or 2670498. Indian River .o
beautiful kitchen priced 12. street Delaware{ Dixie Village at end '61 FALCON good condition, speed like new, must sell. City_ a
600. 267-3006. of Avenue 267-5648. 267-3884.. FREE !
only $115 down 10 payments Work Wanted
CLASSIC HOMES MOTELS FOR SAL left of $60. 2672154. r 1960 BONNEVILLE, 4 door L.INSTALLATION P. BOTTLED GAS'! I WILL DO ironing my hoses; : Denver Brownlee

Nothing Down, See Us To- MOTEL, 6 UNITS on busy U.S. 61 station DODGE V-S 9-passenger panel all power 4000$1095 miles, 1964$1995.Chevy Suburban Propane I pick up and delivery if .,re. t g
wagon radio heater ferred. 1039 Alford
1 $10,000 cash down $200 MARTIN'S
Titusville's Best Home MOBILE HOMES: Motors
day. monthly, Lot 90 x 200. Phone power steering i many extras 2019 U. S. 1 N. 267-6411 Lakeview Hills
Full Value Bath, 3 and Homes 4 Bedrooms with Gar, 2 267.5391. 6248.excellent condition.i $975. 267-: 1224 U.S. 1 North 267.3081.Wanted The Home of Hand Picked Cars ''. ,

OPEN 8.00: a.m. to 9:00: p.m. t
ages.BUY NOW Services CORVAIR 64, take MONZA over payments, convertible$81, Local Long Distance Movers losed Sundays, But Our Cars Are ,
monthly, or cash. Must sac TOP CASHIn Always Open For Inspection?
new car gift. 3 minutes for
good used
at Colonial Heights Extremely beautiful, classy Furniture. Moving JfflCMgEtftjaM Packing
J car. Light
green exterior
4 Hopkins Ave. South Brevard County's Only beige Interior. Call 2673842. Repossessed GREER McMORRIS furniture outlet INC. Storage jjjjtjjjjSBB Shipping

267-8641 authorized factory branch. 80 FALCON Ranchero pick 543 U. S. 1 IRC or 810 S. HopkinsTitusville FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341 Here Is Your ChanceTo
up real economy, $695 $150
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, central Call Melbourne down balance $3319 month. 267-1399 Day or Night LOCAL AGENT -
heat and air. carpet and Collect ly, 267-3884.
drapes available. $350 down, 723-5852 Wanted To Buy
$83 monthly, no qualifying, 937 FORD pickup, will sell FUR STORAGE1600 N. U. S. No. 1CRATING
267-7306. DIU SMAKHSO ORIGINAL reasonable. 2502 South Hop. USED AUTOMOBILES. City I PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE Of Your Life
BEST BUY in New Smyrna. styling expertly fitted, alterations kins. Auto Parts. AM 73686.
for men's and women'llarmenll.
Completely furnished country Lillien Hudson '64 CHEVROLET IMPALA
'" home. 1-Acre lot. 16,50000,
$1,00000 down. Harris Real. 267-3158. 4 Dr. hardtop, factory air, radio and heater, beau
ty, 930 South U. S. 1 TeL 267- tiful desert land color, 6800 original mile.. AI.
0413. Used Cars & Trucks mOlt $100. under original test

WHISPERING LAKES 3 bed Immediate DeliveryOn i '62 CADILLAC 2 DOORH.

room IV4 tiled bath. down.FHA 59, Vt ton Chevy pickup, $675. T. full power 22,567 Original miles beautiful
valuation. $450
I I 267-2417. 267.4770.IF original bargundy cost.and polar whit, almost $3,500 under
INTERESTED in alood/
BEFORE YOU BUY call 267.2378. '
1959 Chevy
62 CHEVY 2
Check our listings/ for desirable CONVERTIBLEBeautiful
2, 3 or 4 bedroom 82 RAMBLER 4 door, R/H andO the all Polar White, Red Interior. Automatic!
homes in your choice of locations .D., excellent condition, new transmission, radio and heater, 25,367 original
with low down pay $985, will take trade and finance mil... almost $1,800 under original I eott.
jncnt, assume FHA or conventional balance 267-3884.
terms. 81 FORD, 4 door R/H, '60 CROWN IMPERIAL
Phone 267-4691 anytime steering, alrconditioncd, $795 i 2 Door Hard Top, full power, beautiful baby blue
'. $150 down, will finance bal I 43,521 original I mile.. Almost $4,000 under origin.
FOR SALE OR TRADI ance. 2673884. \\f 01 colt.

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EQUITY IN one acre north of tj 63 Saab excellent condition ,
Mims, P.O. Box 1094, Eau economical only $57 down, DENVER BROWNIEE[
Gallic, Florida. $57 per month 2672154.IK \

...: 1105 Garden St. 2677042LOOK

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I s s a a $ $ $ $ $ s

64 PONTIAC c T3 ilsi: C Day After Day, New Shipmentsof

'full power, Fact. Air cond, whit. fl A V C '65 FORD'S arrive at our showroom.

with rod interior .. .. .. .... .. ... T* : !
4.. Hardtop, Insuring You Complete Selection of ct JR OF F :
Power {tar. <1995; Your Model And Color Choice.
log, and brakes, radio, hater,
whitt wall tire .. .., .. .. .. ,
63 MONZA die Convertlblt and hesNr, '1., $1895 SEE US NOW AND SAVEMcCOTTER N WEEK-END CLEARANCE Hr

whitewalls, stick shift .. .. .. .. .

let..., 61 MERCURY Station Ion, radio Wa *,,oc r ill
I and heater, aut*. transmlsilon, H Jf JPONTIAC MOTORS :
white walls ..... .. .............
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a E t. 13U S*. Hopkins 267.3211 101 South Washington Titusville AM 702112,1.4

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LEFTI! I... Big Savings
CHAS. JANNARONITltusvills : {
Shopping Center
AM 7-3441 .iIt- 1960 CHEVROLET 4 DR. WAGON I

1 Black and Whit with Poworglid and
V-S. A real buy. Was $1595 NOW $995 oM

This StandsFor ,2 w 1959 CHEVROLET 4 DOOR IMPALA-

Quality .. .w Turquoise and whit with Radio and Hater
PowrglM, VI, Power $695"
Staring Was $1095

.".,.. 64 FALCON,.,.. cyl. Radio 4 DR Mg.. 62 6 cyl STUDS Sac RkH HI 60 RENAULT 4 DR 4' 1951 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4 DOOR"Hardtop

4 cyl. Hester Rod and whit, VI, Powrglid.
1i' $$1195 .4. $$995 $245 .. Runs and drives good. Was $995 NOW $$495 ...

&a4f5/t ;" 1959 CHEVROLET BELAIR 2 DOOR -
This Is the official Seal Loaded A bus Scats Cony. 390 Auto. R i H VI, Poworglid, Blue and Whit. Worth
$2295 Auto. Rail much mar. Was $1095 NOW $595
of the National Association $1895 Mont. 4 dr Auto.

of Home Builders.yl..l $$895 ....
Only members of the 1961 FORD 4 DOOR ill
National Association and 63 PONT 4 DR 62CNEVB/A
6 cyl. automatic .
local association are allowed !- 61 FORD FAIRIAiIE 59 RAMBLER trantminion._ Crton and whit. $$695 ill
1 I to display this Air, tend A Hut "6' Auto RAH S/W Cd tlroi. Was IW5 NOW

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t '. $2195 $$1395 VI Auto RAH "f" Overdrive RlH
Alexander Construction WAG.
'Ot Company $$895 $695 1It
Baby Blu Good
tires 6 Cy. flf\r
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Cozart Const. Company
Cord, with Power and Factory Air, A geed
.Fisher Construction Co. r h A geed solid Caddy. Was JI495 NOW $$695 +'

jfutch Construction Co. 58 MERCURY $295 56 FORD CONY $295

John Beach p 1A 1960 FORD V8 N

Louis & Brown, Inc.

.\ Justice Homes, Inc. ifi"McCOTTER: Drives Automatic Good, Black. $$495 "

i Penziner Northwood Bros.Builders Inc FORD rf :: .OPEN 1ItqUJ

Robert Evans

L I Ronald Moretto TRADE IN DIVISION 5"u/k Chevrolet"USED
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I Tiffany 730 SOUTH WASHINGTON AVE. PHONE 267-2657 ..
James Trimble .N CAR 1JrJ'A"n1; HT

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spark up with a car loan from us


fnn Landers I

Almost M !natant w a spark from a sparkplug find us quick on our feet and fast with a buck

; Day Joyous in your ear's motor tfeat'i usually haw fast

I I we can make you a loan to buy a new or used You'll find our !loans large, and our rates

ar Ann Landers: Our son don't throw this letter in the reasonable. We'll outline
car. a monthly payment
Carrying a vtry lovely girl basket because it starts out like
days before Christmas others you have printed. It plan you can take without strain or pain.

Ia is sweet and attractive, REALLY is different We're a \'ounc, new bank so wo: are anxious togot You can talk to us about your loan even before

er flair for the dramatictimes First God bless you for telling 4iau new business and make new friends, so you'll you decide which car you want to buy.
goes beyond what I people to stay home unless they

: ls good senseSfortunately are invited to visit I sent those

Marcia's moth. columns to several friends who

aced away last year. They used to drop in and it helped. INDIAN RIVER PLAZA

very close. Although herr Now I need MORE help. brevard national bank

Is paying for the wedding What can I do about neighborsand \ 12 1 STATE ROAD 50

I has asked me to help her friends who still appear at J- r

It. the door and say, "I thought I
st; night when we were did would surprise you."

sing the arrangements. Mar- I'm a nervous person and

t said It would make her very when this happens I become
if the entire bridal party1II1t fi r H fTHERE'Soi.OR BC'/IS YOUR
ppy nauseated and .
upset Help me, '
out to the cemetery after 10.:3: ALL t7vER MOTHER 60NO _
please. MARY.
wedding ceremony. Shed Dear Migraine: The best STOPPED
"I want to feel that moth- to deal with people who way surprise ". That makes 46 things I've promised YOU if I'm RAINlNCsucu

Is with me on my weddingy. you is to surprise THEM elected and now there'a only ONE tiny little

thing I'd like you to promise ME ,
Hay your speech prepared:
.. _
( afraid to tell Marcia what "I wish you had called. 1 don't

|REALLY think. I've seen her feel well today and I'd be miserable toe j jD

her mother's grave. She goes So I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
company. sorry can THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR ENVELOPES Butdnesi Sl..
pieces and'it's awfully hard ,

everybody Anyone who drops in again COUNTY CHANCERY FLORIDA.IN NO.. 39495 for mailing Full stock it

I don't want to Impose my after THAT speech de- CITIZEN BANK en I
on Marcia but what shes Tlluavlll, Florida
Star-Advocate- I IER.I'M
serves to hear it time. Plaintiff.
one more
In mind would spoil the dayr ."*. 9a
Ann Landers will be glad to FRANK GUTHRIDOB AND
all of us. May I hear from
HELEN: hi.
help you with your problems. OUTHRIDOK. witsDrresdanu
iu please
Send them to her in of this -
care NOTICB OF alIT c
A. : If Marcia wants' to TOt FRANK' OUTHR1DGB RaAL j WHILE I'M HERF,
newspaper enclosing a R
sit her mother's grave on her stamped, Rt. t, Bo. R4 WITH IT | >' Li. I MAYAS WFLL TA/P
self addressed envelope. Comb Indiana i THINK: ill HAVE IRMA ME RU* m
edding day she should go be- HELEN1 OUTHRIDOB -I I
the ceremony perhaps c/o Harrltoa Kllburn Ir. / X V-CDULD 1 [ f\ PUlNER AND RcC
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 19.1 K. Maryland StreetIndlaaapoll 'I SALT
her fiance and her

out to the cemetery would CHANCERY NO. 29412MI11'B that a Complaint to torecloiemortiare : a I i
arfalnat the
tasteless in the extreme. I OF BUT following-
described property la Brevard
lope you will tell her so and ROBERT LEWIS GRUBR8 IrPlaintiff County, Florida, to-wlt WANTEDBy
? Beda at the Soulheaat ,
\\e\p\ keep the day a Joyous one. VI- of Lot 1of CKATHR1DOB: corner r

Dear Ann Landers: Our 11- BARBARA ANN ORUBB8. Jr"Drf.ndanl SUBDIVISION at per plat Tltutvillt Jtycttt
recorded 11PI.t Book a. pane
ear-old son has been doing TOI BARBARA ANN URUBBS.. 41 Publlo Record of Brevard McK
Kjorly( In school for the past two County, Florida, In Wectlon *, Young mn of action to |loin
JrReildenoe Township 22 South. Ranve SB 10104 '
ears. When the boy was not unknown East, and then run Wont SUB and ptrtlctpito In our ergtntittlon. -

romoted last spring I had a TOU ARID HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat feet to the point benlnnlnir.; \
a Hull haa been tiled In the thenoo run North 100 reed
onference with his homeroom above atyled court by ROBERT thence run West 100 feet, .
eacher. She told me he should LEWIS GRUBBS Jr., Plaintiff thence run South low feet T TI
and BARBARA ANN ORUBB8 thence run Eat 100 feet to the REWARD
JC! tutored in reading, and of- Jr, Defendant, and you are required point of beflnnlni.
Bred to put us in touch with a to ttrrt a copy of your has been filed ...Inl\ you and Participation lni1Community
Anawer of laid Complaint for Divorce you are required to ...n. a copy
utor. on Attorney T. David Burn. of your Anawer or other doteneee 00
My husband says It's a racket 7412 North Atlantic Avenue. Cap to the Complaint on Plaintiff Dev.lopm.ntZC.mmunhy olr ,
Canaveral I, Florida. and til. the Attorney, WILLIAM R. COR- affair
and that the teacher probably rlglnai In the office of the Clerk HKTT, JR'. 214 Brevard Street.
sets cut in for bringing the ot the Circuit Court on or before Tltuivllle Florida, and file the J-Social functions
ivrmhrr 13 I4HEKK1N orlKlnal of your Aniwer or other ,
|,'sucker" to the tutor HAIL NOT nr a drtrea drop,... In the office of !h. Clerkof 6Faliowthip5Frlendchip
Our son is bored with school( pro confeuo will be entered againit the Circuit Court on or before I
the 17th 1
you day of November IMf:
and it's a struggle to get him otherwise the Complaint will betaken t1
WITNESS my hand and mil of ai oonfeieed by you. 4 Athletic ++
do his programJSorvlta
JTo homework. My husband slid Court In Brevard County DATED at Tltuavllle, Florida,
says. "Don't nag him." Florida, this 7th day of October, this 14th day of October, W4. to humanityIf )0X y
1864. (COURT REAL _
If I didn't nag him, Ann, he CURTIS R. BARNES. Clerkof

wouldn't do one thing but play Curtis. Clerk R. of BarnetA. th* said Circuit the Circuit Court you art botwotn the aott > IZ

I ball and look at TV I need your Court Byl, V.Deputy I. Bo.n.l.rI Clerk of 21 and 36 and want to

help. LOSING BATTLE Byl: Y. S. SpantterDeputy Clark lid/ WILLIAM B. CORBITT, JR. help yourtolf and other., --.---. .-r -IOai a
Street c:
Dear Battle: Experts in the (Circuit Court Seal Tltuivllle, Florida don't mill the thane to W

{field of education tell us that an Oct. 5. 18. ::13. 80 (I"rU 198.. Attorney fof Plaintiff STEP AHEAD by |lemma the ALL T11E NOT-Tr* O.Kt7rT0
Oct. It *3, 10. NoY. ( (FrIJ 1M4. ,
'appalling! number of highly intelligent Tltuivillo Jaycaa. Q t Ii 115 DBPARTVCNT oN ro THa I

children ,do substandard _JIM'S T VProf..lonal Rpran.ntingMutua1' A9IRNATHY AN ORDINANCE ,f'p off DUMP) f

work because they are un ,
M.stingo.vry Thuri. night ;
A Guaranteed 1
able to read
properly. A stu 7l30
Service) at Citizens Bank.
dent with inadequate reading 1

skills cannot grasp the funda ED RAJNISH, 27-2552

mentals of ANY subjectI US 50, IRC, 1 Block W. ofI. Of OMAHA ; This id compliments 's I'giCa

urge you to take the leather's I. R. Playa ANN SYLVESTER 267""' Ktol Iniuranca Agency

advice and hire a tutor. 1 4t
{Thousands of youngsters who .t

lucre academic cripples have U

I learned become fine to read.students. after they TelevkionGuideFriday i IOM

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