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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 26, 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 )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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84th Year- No. 129 24 Pages: Today Titusillc, Florida, Monday lbcr' :J6.! 1964 ;>c Per Cc\v' Published Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

Cooper Is I } r!'!Titusville G' -rowldgSTORt PKY LIBRARY : list=krstmi

Named ToT Annexing 160 Acres anti rot 3bar,

-( PostJames -
c'q I The first large parcel of landto tales Subdivision on Route 50 lit area, but there was a vast Key Largo Drive and Karen
be annexed to the City of South Titusvtlle amount of the newer development Drive, the rtght-of.way of pot
Titusville since Consolidation, I The initial section of the subdivision that was not included hich was transferred to the torIIi
R. Cooper, county finance I will be 1(0 acres of property in was taken into the city The 160 acres to be brought city by the county &
officer and a member of JI' the new section of Imperial Es through the consolidation of the( into the city Is contiguous to M.K.M. Development Corp?
the Titusville Cocoa Airport the company making the annex.
Authority, plans to resign from I ation! request, has agreed to assist .
the authority, effective Nov. 1 the city in the extension of
and will take over as authority's I II water and sewage facilities to 141I5j
operations manager :Marines Die In Crash the area by advancing $..10000for

The new position of operations the expansion This will he *t
repaid by the city in an amount

year manager ago was by the set authority up about and a 'I I 1IIKLVA, Spain ('\]')-NlneU. Uolh caught!: fire and wire I engaged In a more than 1,300- equal to $100 for even house I.
S. Marines died In the when that the company would tap onto
Dick Spangler was appointed as today burning furiously they hit j soi"lie transfer of 'Invasion"
the utility lines, until the $')),.
the first about nine blazing wreckage of two 1134 the rocky hill Twelve Marines :Si
manager to shore of
troops as part a
000 is paid off.
months Spangler has resigned helicopters which collided and aboard the two machines managed
ago. 30000 man V SA pantsh force. Tentative approval has been
to devote more time lo crashed while participating In to make their way out of
his position as assistant to county massive U -Spanish amphibl the flames and a 13th was rescued The dead Marines, all from given by the city to the com Of I I
commissioner Gus Faulk. cull maneuvers near here badly Injured the 2nd U.S. Marine D'vtslon, pany that county approval of I
The helicopters, with scoresof Other Marines already landed were not Immediately Identified plans and specifications, which" 131
Cooper has been with the county : similar craft from the invasion from the ship-to! -shore helicopters has already been obtained on ,m
for about four years and fleet offshore were preparing assisted the survivors A fleet of l.'O ships, most of work completed on the new sec.
prior to that had been engagedin to land in the drop area and tried to remove the dead them from the United States! I lon: of Imperial Estates, and ta
banking here for many years 1 along a rocky escarpment when I I before fire engulfed both craft and 50,000! men were Involved that[ part to be brought into ,tspiso
lie was a former president of they collided at an altitude of The crash occurred as Ma- the operation The exercise: willI the city, would be sufficient and I_
Citizens Bank and had been about 800 feet. trine I II I and Navy helicopters were I continue for 20 days. that no further city approval of
vice-president and cashier for such plans and specifications
I would be required.
many years. e
The Ti-Co Airport is In theJamts The council Is expected to act 171m t
tomorrow night on an agreeuent .
r -- between the city and the
company that sets out the im 141

TOUR OF CAPE-As part of the tour cign Exchange Student program; provements. ta IDS

> tRi given to the 11 exchange students visit Somporn Rodboon, Titusville'i ex S in
ing Titusville Friday, Bill Taylor, left, change student from Thailand, Linda Zoning 187
explained how a missile is released Poff, senior at Titusville High School; ,$83tf
R from its launching pad. Shown above and Kataneh Amir-Allai of Iran, whois

with Taylor are, from left: H. G. Shu- attending Eau Gallie High School
ler, coordinator of the Titusville For- -S-A Photo.President ChangesFive

applications for reamIng -
Johnson and two for variances have !
Special; been received by the City of TI. '
u tusvlllo and wlU be consideredat : lie

Tour Makes Big "Pitch"Igor Under Tuesday's old business council ,meeting only one ,

.i ..., _.... L j'ii1r application Is pending The
Credit Bureau of Tltusvlllo Is
Cooper By Gene Blythe requesting that property locatedat

The special "foreign digni "Retired" Votes the northwest corner of Car
midst of expansion with several tarY" tour of Cape Kennedy and den Street and Morgan Drive to; I
T-hangars and an administration MILA was given to 11 foreign rezoned from its present RIB
and terminal build exchange students visiting TI. claialflcalion! to a BP classification :
building '
tusville I By THEODORE A. ED1CER helped swing the stats tide for 1.0C
ing planned for construction m Friday. to allow property zoning
t the near future. Ten of the students were from; ORLANDO (AP) President Richard Nixon against KennedyIn and expansion of its business e
surrounding cities and one was Johnson, speaking today in this In 111"- r The planning and lontngtoint
The Titusville Cocoa Airport Tltusvllle's own exchange stu state where many retired people slate margin was 40,776 twr has recommended the application
Authority operates the Tt Co dent, Somporn Rod boon of Thai. come to live made a strong bid voles. Orange County, whose be granted.
Airport, the Authur Dunn Air. land. The others included representatives for the votes of senior citizens. largest city Is Orlando, had a
park here and the Central Bre from such countriesas The president offered a "char margin of 28,511 votes favoring Under new business, applications
vard Airport in Merritt Island. Greece, Brazil and Norway ter for opportunity for older Nixon. up for public hearing ales
Also the tour with them When Johnson made a campaign u follows:
taking Americans. Its points IncludeA :
John C. (Corky) Flake chairman.of TI'I were several chaperones, H. G. senior citizens volunteer speech here for Kennedyfour Atty, Joe Mctheny, representIng .
tusville is authority Shuler of Titusville High group within the Peace Corps years ago, he drew an audience the owners, is requesting ro
Titusville City Council will School, and the Star-Advocate and poverty program. "We will of about 1,000. zoning of property In tile Nova
point its representative to t photographer .make constructive use of the Sunday night, when he arrived Heights ares along Knox McRae
authority to replace Cooper aP-1 It began at the north gate of wisdom and energies of older crowds estimated by Police Drive front R-IB to a BR cliisilflcation -
later than Nov. 10. Cape Kennedy and various Americans in federal employ Chief Carlisle Johnstone at to allow a shopping
: pads and complexes were visited ment and by government contractors 30,000 lined his motorcade routeor center. The property Is located:
by the group. William Tay. I have signed an executive cheered him at the airport. eM the southeast corner: of Knox
Merrill Island lor, NASA representative servo order to this effect" Many were prevented from go. I.t .. Drive and the propose
ed as the guide of the tour and Increased social security Ing to the airport to avoid a traffic Avenue extenrlon Tho
fully explained the operations of benefitsAn jam. zoning board has recommend

Man Burns To the different areas and missiles expanded housing program Johnson had kind words for the application be granted
Hcfller Const Co. Is requesting
One of the highlights was for older people Sen. .Spessard Holland, who inc
when the group was taken In. -Medical care through social troduced him, and other Florida that property located on Let
Death side one of the blockhouses get. security. Democratic candidates CONGRATULATE NEW QUEEN and Vickie Hamilton and standing Road, north of Gibson Street\ ,
SundayA view of Titusville High cheerleaders and the from left to U Drenda be rezoned from R-3 to BR lo al.
ting a "blrdseye" what Johnson said there are IS mil. "I know you're going to keepup right JUnkIe,
happens when a launch is being lion Americans over M By 1980 that fine Florida habit of two runners-up for queen candidate Barbara Dicknon, Martha Stroud, and low a small convenience center
22-year-otd man was found made. there will be nearly 23: million, tending Senator Holland back to congratulate the 1964-63 queen, Donna Queen candidate TrlcU Taylor and for.a 120 unit apartment buildIng -
burned to death In his trailer The board ha
zoning recommended
Another interesting phase wu he said Washington-where he dues so Parker, during homecoming Friday Deanna Hungerford.-S-A I'hoto.
last night by a Brevard County visiting the exhibit build. Johnson chose as the lite for much for the people of Florida night, Kneeling, is Sandy Stowers left 12 approval on a spilt
Sheriff's Department deputy ing which has just recently been this major speech in his four. and for( all America," said John.
who was making a routine pat.
Installed. There were several city Florida tour an area that IOn.I Roman to requesting
rol In the South Banana River Items of interest such as a scale Donna Parker Charlie Huggins i that his property| located at 4
Merritt Island
Dr of
area model of the Saturn missileof
new Record? Holiday Lane, off Garden Street,
Dead is Thomas E. Griffis, the future. It can be com be rezoned from R-IB to BR 'o
773: South Banana River Drive pletely disassembled showing Reign As Homecoming Royally allow a landscape nursery 1'11.propt'rty .
each stage, aU and all ( ) -
who was found in the bathroomof engines, ion officials and had bran operated the
the trailer. of the different parts of it. qualified political pant year as a nursery under! a
Also the group saw two of the observers acrou the nation bliss' Donna Parker was the winner of the skit content special UM permit. The zoning
Deputy Charlie Spooner wu ; weather satellites to be launch. I predict a record 70.' million I crowned homecoming queen and I at Thursday nights" Terrier's board recommended the application i
making a routine patrol in the i ed soon and were taken onto one Americans will vote in the Nov Terrier quarterback t h a r Iii .rowl! be denied.
Merritt Island area when he I''I of the old launch pads to viewa i 1 elections HufjjclM was crowned homecoming Following the game Ihe Colonial .
noticed the fire. small missile on the pad. lo an Associated Prcwi survey king to climax a brilliant Band, which was unable to Owners of property located on
I these officials and observ homecoming for TIliMvlIle High/ / perform during halftlme because East: Whispering Hills Road and
en In the 50 states and the District School Friday night of homecoming; cerenvmIM Clfford Street are requestingthat
Vaughn Manager Director Of of Columbia estimated that The pair reigned at the dance put on an outstanding performance inning be thanKed from RIB -
697,400 Americans art registered following the football game with : to R I, tallow apartment!
or otherwise qualified to the actual crowning coming durIng The zoning board recommrn.ln
Bendix MILA Support ServicesThe vote in the presidential election halftime ccremonta of the The li-rnmute performanceMM denial of the application how.
"' Of this number, they predict tilt. well received by the fans, ever, the developer was not at
:; mint of whom remained after the zoning board hearing and
708MOM will cast
appointment of Frank \\', I was with the mechanical division t ball te. actually I're Introduction'game ceremonies of 11 .included the |4mt, It wan announced that lit recommends the matter be
foreign exchange
Vaughn as manager and director of the Panama Canal Company the Colonial Band wu tht only referred back to tilt zoning
of the Merritt Island launch-! as senior engineering aide r Many states do not have central students. attending high hh school band ml of t b eblladaaippt board for reconsideration
for the Bendix He In the registration and thereforecan school In the central rVrklaarea i
support services I was Navy from 1)44 to 1 to be Invited to par.
Field Engineering Corporationhas I ittt, when he returned to the only estimate the number of plus Iu ywrs king and .tlctpate In the Tournament of
been announced by L F Panama Canal Company \ qualified potential voters Also, queen David Dtcknon and Pat IUMC Parade lo California on
Grams, president of the corporation : After graduation from tht many states do not register Sturchto, plus the claw reprt- New Year's Dsy. Bulletin
voter by party, thus" precluding tentative and the candidates
Tow homecoming dance follow
Colorado School of Mines In DM
Vaughn will head the staff assigned with a bachelor of science decree .. a aationwldt partisan registraUna for queen ed the game, closing out a two-
to provide launch sup II In metallurgical breakdown. All of the WM followed by day event-rilled weekend at TltiMvtile WINNIPEG, Man (AP) -
port services for the Merritt Iv he joined the AluminumCompany engineer. The registration figure .Isireft the invocation the flag rttatag High.Forum Russia has bought 10.' million
land project which Is proceeding Ing of America than 4 million higher than and the flip of the coin witH IN Mwheb of wheat and wheat
under a recently awarded I aflurgistFrom as a met. the number of estimated ..flliI queen candidates escorting cucaptain. flour from Canada, the Cana.
contract from NASA's John F I bins prior lo the 1MO election.: onto the Arid. Tonight; dun Wheat Board announced: /
Kennedy Space Center. Bendix' 193S to 1M1 he worked But the predicted vote Is only At halftime the outtftag king today.
basic: scope of work Involves! the I for the Chrysler Corporation on 'about : million above the M.S3171 *,- and queen were introduced The concluding part of the The cash sate la worth
operation of Launch Complex M a number of missile projects, total wit in 1MO along" with the sophomore/ and two-part Political Forum, ipotv around $21 m lll>n.
the center of launch activities Il including the Polaris. Redstone !the Census" Bureau recently junior class repretientaUvM and awed by the IRC Civic AMnda- Shipment will be made
for the Apollo-Saturn V and Jupiter programs 'es1 mated Inert are 1144 mil the senior claw king and queen Don will be conducted tonight through St Lawrence and At. S
Previously Vaughn was manager lie then joined Space TechntO- lion Americans at home and candidate VIa Parker, TrlcU at Ike Civic Center starting at Untie ports starting next ,
of field operations for (lie ogy Laboratories as assistant 1 abroad of voting age, But KCM TaIt'. Ltamu llttngerfcird. I o'clockC'andMtalM: month. The salt Involves 330.-
Bendix Systems division A I n base manager for the.. I :eded that mttton of these Tommy Ktfward, Charlie Hug for SM Bsnrt- 000 long tons of wheat .and
Arbor, Mich., which bt Joined in1J82. Mabifetrom! Air Force Base field would not be registered or otherwise gtM and David Ward. tentative Group* 1 and 2, 23,000 long tons of flour. '
I office. I eligible became of fail- lobe Parker and Huggbu. County Sheriff Port Authority. Under tot contract, UM wheat
From 1M1 to 142 he was with He Is a member of the Anwr- Ire to meet the various state were crowned and then toured Diet 1, and School Board will and flour can ts shipped to
the Consolidated Aircraft CororMioft lean Rocket Society He to a native vot;ng requirement such as the field partMpaM awl the puMfe Is invited Cuba as well as the Soviet Un
From 1M2 to 1)44 kt of MrCook, ftebraiia. Frank W, Vaueha rridenct or literacy The Band was aaMuum.'td M \to attest ion.


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Titusville (Florida) Star-Advocate

Established 1880 I WHICH WILL IT BE SON Too Lale To ClassifyBy YOUR GOVERNMENT

4OR1&i Published Mondays Russell KayIt .A WEEKLY REPORT BY

I Go1opt< 'Y
ACTIVE A Wednesdays, and Fridays t# an started when a rcd-hatred Job opportunities, and Inspiring

n a i By TitusviUa Star-Advo c.te, Inc. ; ) school teacher, Mrs. Ethel editorials.
IAA' 5-L Percy Andrea, after a lifetime Local chapter were organized

C 1904 G At The Star-Advocate Building of dedicated service found herself where tofts can enjoy a variety FARMS BRYANT

q7ON P S retired on a pitifully small of social activities, make Governor of Florida
1100 S. HopWM Av..
pen loD. new friends and participate actively -

I She decided that retired In Association affairs. What Are Governor Governor is good for set
piwi Editorial Aw'n and
Florida An'n National
MEMBER- ; teachers needed a national organization
friend Governor the pattern in dividing
Associated Press. Arrangements were made to My up
to protect their Interests BeUmon of Oklahoma which is available for
Henry H. Hudson.\ PrI Mrs. Hazel S. Hudson Vlce.-Pree. DIDfc and advance their welfare. secure drugs and appliances for writes a weekly services. True no Govern
members substantial discount
Robert H. Hudson Secy,-Treas. at
Through her efforts the National
of his budget ever
for the citizens through
umn goes
Henry II. Hudson, Publisher Robert H. Hudson Editor Retired Teachers Associationcame through NTRA AARP drug
L. Circulation Mgr One of his columns Legislature without amend
Daid Dunn, Advertising Mgr. S. Floyd stores.
into being In 1947 because it but the Governor, more
Raymond B. Rutherford, Classified Adv. Mg. caught my eye
Through the NRTA she led the Recognizing the need for dependable to match my thinking so anyone else, is in position
-S -Class Postage Paid at TltmvUk Florida fight for larger pensions, better sick and accident insurance about some of the duties at the entire picture of

living conditions, low cost health for older folks at a cost Governor, I would like to services and definitely ex:

and accident insurance, cheaper within their means, arrangements these thoughts with you. an influence on where em
drugs, and low cost travel were made with a national i "Sometimes in the wild is placed.
EditorialsBallot opportunities. insurance company to provide of events which revolve Governor Is good as a Us-

policy protection for In. the Governor's Office, the post for citizens who Co*!

Her efforts were so successfulthat hospital and out hospital pa. tion comes to mind, 'W and who have failed

thousands of oldsters who tients, doctor's fees, nursing and good is a governor, relief from other agen
Is Your VoiceVoters could not qualify for member nursing home costs. While there is still a great

ship as retired school teachers to learn about this Job, Governor is good as a
wanted to join. Many members expressed an while I to of Information about his
breadth of these expect go on
the width and Interest in travel but complain.
across : ing clear up 'till the day Any citizen anywhere, who
3 and As a result the plan was ex ed that most available tours
the Nov.
: United States will Journey to polls term Is over, there are a question to ask
tended by the organization of moved too fast for them and
exercise not only a sacred privilege and birthrightbut conclusions I would like to feels free to direct his
the American Association of Re- provided little or no consideration
a duty and a responsibility as well tired Persons which opened the for the aged. on."A to the Governor's Office.
is Governor Is
Governor good good for es-
Election 1964 finds voters In half of the door to anyone over 63 years of
year The association promptly set ling arguments which lines of communica

states choosing new governors along with President age.Today up a travel bureau and employed I II ly can't be decided any He is more accessible than

and Vice-President, Senators and Representativesin AARF Is one of the I a tour director. When you go else. The buck passing officials who are appointed

well as various other state and county fastest growing organizations in shopping for travel rates witha here. since those who vote
Congress as BOB HUDSON'Sr the nation with a membership of group of over half a million "A Governor is good for election feel a kinship to

officials.In' well over half a million enthusiastic behind you it Isn't bard to get posing changes which need chief executive which they
14 of the 25 states electing governors, lecunv members. just about anything you want at made. Once the feel toward others.

u tents) are seeking new terms and many of them are rock-bottom prices. launched, it is Governor is good for look
# Although the membership fee amended and changed by ahead to the
MULLET plan progress
'scared' remembering that in 1962, 10 out of 13 incumbents : Is only |2 per year, the benefitsare If you are getting along in Legislature, state agencies development of his state.

ousted from the Statehouse. numerous. Each member re- years and are concerned with but
were public opinion, other agencies see a part
Voter registration in most states, as in Florida, WRAPPER ceives an attractive magazine the future it will be well worth to get the ball rolling. i picture, but it remains for

lines to r "Modern Maturity" edited for your while to investigate AARP. system, the Governor is i iI chief executive to look at
has reached an all-time high and promise oldsters by oldsters, with interesting Write to Dr. Ethel Percy An I to start. and
I place pieces attempt to fit
be long at the polling precincts from Hawaii to the informative articles on drus AARP-NTRA, DuPont Or- "A Governor is good for 1 together in order to bring
Alaska to the Gulf of such subjects as taxes health, cle Bldg., Washington D.C. 20036
Atlantic Coast and VOTE! and the choice is get a zero in arithmetic test today i ing to build the public the most good for the
Mexico. YOURS! ?" his state. Wherever he citizens.

Floridians will face quite a lengthy ballot, including DON'T VOTE and the "Actually I got a SO, but I I- Letters To The EditorBacks I and whatever he says Governor is good for elim
idea the
servers an the bad apples when
amendments along with choice: is THEIRS! rolled the teacher double or
13 constitutional That slogan, born out of the nothing and lost. ple he represents."A appear. In an organization
38 national, state and county races they should current political campaign, Sh rlH panies that have recently movedIn Governor is good as state government

find solace, however, in what will confront the Illinois pretty wells sums it up. and the ones that are coming tablishing a policy which actors are sure to turn up
The Jaycees have put It well Trinity University in San An- Editor: In that we cannot but help with agencies and officials When they do, it
voter, viz: tonlo, Texas, this year achieved Who was it that said "What this type of unity to become the low. If a Governor is up to the Governor to
before if don't vote,
Besides the white ballot listing candidates for don't squak. you what might be termed "per. fools we Mortals Be"? In my "Space City of the World." cantankerous, and crooked the axe.

President and state offices, a blue one on constitutional When we became 21 In 1941 fect co-education." Office of the opinion we shall really be foolish Again, let me say personally er officials are apt to be in the history of our

amendments and a green ballot on Judges, we registered to vote for the registrar shows 1,055 men and I mortals if we vote against i thanks to all the North Brevard ed the same way. But If one of our states decid
1,055 women as students. Leigh Wilson for Citizens that in Governor works for eliminate the executive
first time. The world had not participated
they will be confronted with a separate orangecolored I Never mind what party he is economy, and of
been plunged into World War II !joining with us in showing our progress government entirely
ballot nearly three feet long and a foot wide as yet. affiliated with Leigh Wilson, unity to the next Governor of tend to follow his lead. run its affairs through the

listing 236 choices for the Illinois House of Repre Our first vote came while we "Momma a the teacher calledme In my opinion, is not a "politic Florida. "A Governor is good and judiciary branch
scurvy elephant today, but to knowledge a new II 1
ian" my crusting industry, didn't work. Too
sentatives. were serving in the Navy over. the third grader reported when law enforce- Curtis L. Futch, Chairman doors which often many
well experienced are spoiled the broth.
Is because seas (by absentee ballot) and arriving home. North Brevard Area Haydon
This orange-colored monster necessary ment officer. private citizens or to other crys"A whether or not they are
first vote
Illinois to elect state our> presidential came With fire in her eye, mom isn't this what the Burns for Gov. officials when
reapportionment has forced in 1944 while still in the Navy After all, quickly open right apparently Gov-
ma called at the school, only to
Brevard County Governor calls. "
representatives on an at-large basis instead of by and stationed in Iowa. Wo voted learn that the teacher had real. citizens of law enforce are necessary.

districts. To add to the confusion of this 236-name then by absentee ballot again. Iy called the little one a "dls- want decent
Our first ballot cast in a local element" ment?
candidates-the urbing Scottsmoor
ballot, a voter can pick up to 177 voting poll was in 1948 and we Tess Lyons I

number of seats in the House-but if he chooses one tavcn't missed an election If you were born In OctoberIn MIms, Florida

too, many his ballot will be thrown out. Because since city, county, school an even year, don't forget to By Mrs Edward Rest r A workshop was held where coat
of the mass of votes to be counted, it is expected to bond issue, national, state or get your two-year drivers' license Good Service 2&7.2391 home of Mrs. Warren and bottles you with a crystal
what have
you. before the end of the I
be '!days before the results are known. There are probably not many month. Editor:I take this opportunity to Pre-Teen Twisters held a thorne on Wednesday making them into gifts.

Election Day will produce headaches and weary who can say the same. May the fine service meeting at the home of MelbaJo ing. Sewing machines
thank for very
feet, yes, but it will see one of the greatest of human And we think it rather indica Ever think about this?. the extended you us today in con Futch. Home movies were handbags up and ladies and made and Mrs. Alva Bondage
sewing N.Y arrived Satur
forces democracy In action. Conceived by and handed live one candidate: for word "economy" is quite con. nection with our news releaseon shown by Garry Hawks of the Hostesses Mrs. ,
to six months at
the county commission didn'tfeel fusing to people not familiar closng. trip he and his parents took to spend
forefathers it is a heritage we all the telephone directory and Mrs. Futch served
down from our home on Cooledge St
did .
as strongly as we with the English language the World's Fair; also a film
dearly treasure and stand ever-ready to protect in fact he's only a few years because it means the large size Mr Bill Lyerly gave us won I on house moving and a film Mrs.and donuts to Mrs. Al I
Robert Allen Mrs.
and defend. younger but he didn't take the In soap flakes and the small derful service and courtesies on Mrs. Allen brought of a Bud and Mrs. Kenneth Stowe
ward Rost Miss Alice
and most formidable line of defense in trouble to register until early size in automobiles.It short notice.I Abbott and Lou Costella Com children, Glenda and Den.
The front
this year. Not much of a voting very edy Mrs. J. J. Riffe, Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Tommy
our space age is the secret ballot at the polling precinct record to brag about, is it? was a typical sixth grade understand that you are in Zimmer, Mrs. Homer and children, Sandra
has the process of moving into your I The next meeting will be Mrs. Ethel Woods, Mrs.
on election day. there everyone opportunity and the teacher asked the students Jeffery, attended the
to speak.Double. Two old bachelors got off on to make a list ef the nine new building which greatly Nov. 7 at the home of Roy Al. I Sanford, Mrs. Grady Ole-Opry Friday night in
the subject of cooking and one greatest Americans of all time. magnifies this very efficient len. This will be a tacky party : and Mrs. Robert Wright .

of them commented: At the end of the alloted time, handling. and members will come dressed I -

Protection "I got one of them thar cook one boy had not yet finished Again Don with M.many Roberson thanks. in the costume of their I Army PFC Russel W. of the Keen Teen

ery books once, but I never his list and the teacher asked choice. ton, son of Mr. and Mrs. will meet Saturday at the

The Florida Probation and Parole Commission Is useJ "it. Too much fancy workIn him why. Yellow ervisor Pages Sales Sup- Hostesses were Lu Ann Fisher : Bolton Sr. of Orlando Ave. to make further plans

constantly meeting the challenge and changing thou. it. "Oh, I can think of nine alright and Melba Jo Futch who turned to Fort Bliss Halloween Carnival.
"How come?" asked the oth I ter time
into law-abid but I can't make up my served refreshments to: Bobo spending some
sands of potential enemies society er. mind who to put on first base." Fisher, Lu Ann Fisher, Arthur parents. Russell
ing and useful citizens.A "Why, every one of those recIpes Thanks Osteen, Eddie Mezick Junior from Commissioned workshop will

glance at the records of accomplishment in this began: "Take a clean dish,' An employer was examiningan Editor: Smith, Lois Ann Sanders Wade cers Academy at Fort Tuesday of Mrs. at Warren J am.Haw at
and that I would like to take this
stopped me.
applicant for the Job of book
in the mind but what Wright Myra Wright, Sheila
endeavor erases any doubt behalf of Mr. Hay Ladies that know how to
Mr. and
keeping: "Of course you understand Mrs. Harold
Allen, Roy Allen Marsha De-
parole is the best way yet devised to fit law violators The October issue of "T h e I double entry" don Burns and the Campaign Bord of Hackansack, NJ. are patterns, bring your
Kathy Day, Gary Hawks
who have been sent to prison, back into society and American Press", one of many I Applicant: "Of course and I Committee of the North Bre- Andy Futch, Donna Hawthorne, ing with Mr. and Mrs. A. ready to sew Others that
know how
protection for both the public and the journals aimed at the problemsof do better than that The last vard Area to thank the many David Mezick. Leaders were Bolton. They recently cut out
provide the smaller town and city: I I place I had I kept the books wonderful supporters and Mrs. Robert Allen and Mrs. a trip to the! Keys. .1 bring them and mat
parolee.Of newspapers, says that 60 percent triple entry one set for the friends that attended the fish Curtis Futch. and Instructions on how to

the 20,623 individuals released from prison on of these smaller town I boss showing the real profits, a fry and rally with us last Tues Mr. and Mrs. Norran will be shown.

parole in the state since October 1941, approximately editors favor Barry Goldwater ,second for the shareholders day at Blanton Park.I are the parents of a son, I
assisted in becoming law-abiding, for president and that 60 per showing no profits, and a third would, also like to apologizeto Myra Wright, daughter of Bryan Keith weighing I Lloyd Auton of Bartow
80 percent were cent of such newspapers editor. I set for the income tax people, the some 200 people that were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wright pounds II ounces born I a guest the past week at
self-sustaining citizens. This record compares favor lally support the Arizona sena I showing a loss." unable to eat due to us runningout recently celebrated her 5th 23 at Jess Parrish of Mrs. Ruby Gower

ably with that of any state in the nation and is one tor.It I of food. We had not anticipated birthday with a party at her Hospital.Mr. I. family.

of which not only the Commission, but every Floridian Is peculiar that in six New I Ten years ago the moon was this large turn out home. Games were played and -

England states, Goldwater is I an inspiration to poets and an Mr. Burns commented several prizes won by Karen Stone and and Mrs. Edward Wyman Smith and Jun
can be Justly proud. figured to get only 25 per cent opportunity for lovers. Ten times on the warm and friendly Lots Ann Sanders.Refreshments Edward Jr. and Miss of Orlando were week

This enviable record could only be accomplishedwith of the small town vote while in years from now it will be Just atmosphere of the rally and he of birthdaycake Golder attended the guests at the home of her

professional staff of dedicated employeeswith the seven South Atlantic Stateshe another airport. was especially impressed by and punch were servedto Show in Daytona Sunday. Mrs. Ruby Gower.

a high standard of performance. In this day of is figured to pick up 79 the unity of our community : Debbie and Karen Stone, Rost was impressed with
per cent of the small town bal Now it is have discovered here in the North
said they Brevard Area.I Arts and Crafts booth
unusual population influx with the Inevitable accompanying Melba Jo Futch Lois Ann and Mrs. Roe Johnson
lots."The a new cigarette with a [ would like to say that with of the
Sanders, Wade Wright Roger displays new liquid family are now residing In
and few states exceed American
criminal Press"
poll filter that also contains a Iranquillzor the progress and growth that tic
and Bobby Wood Kathy Day. casting was made Pine Grove Baptist
Florida in this respect, the Commission has done was circulated among weeklyand You may still get lung we know Is coming to the North Myra received many nice jewelry dishes and Building which they
dally newspapers under 50, cancer, but you won't give a Brevard Area with the com I I
en outstanding Job of meeting this challenge. 000 circulation.So darn. gifts. decorations, also tne new made into living quarters.

Our Brevard County office of the Probation and it appears as though the --- y.

Parole Commission is an integral part of this program nation's largest dallies are
and the following figures released by Charles supporting President make the arithmetic lesson a
Johnson and that it is these big bit easier by using personalized No Year's WaitFOR
Barfield district attest to the out.
L. supervisor, city votes that will be strongly examples.

standing Job being carried on by Probation and behind the former senator from "Now Jimmy, if you found $SIn I

Parole supervisors.For Texas. one pocket and $a in the other ,

the past quarter (July, August and September interesting Election day one.is going to be an had", what would you say you _

) the records of the local office reflect a total income else's "
"Somebody pants.
by probationers of $124,771.91, and of paroleesof A businessman sought to borrow

$66,177.81, for a total of $190,949.72 of which $100,000 from the bank."That's There may be nothing new under V This Higher Rate
a lot of money," said the sun but with modern ,
amount $170,029.72 was spent for living
expenses.This the bank president. "Can you summer fashions there Is a kit
is indicative of the cooperation extended to the give me a statement*" I more of it showing.
Savings left the 10th of from the
"Yes," said the by any earn
supervisors by employers in assisting probationersand businessman! ,
fat Savings insured to $10,000 for husband
up ($30,000 a
"I'm optimistic. I Did hear about the Hoilywood
parolees as 16 Jobs were obtained during the you who! & and wife) by FSLJC, a permanent agency of the U. S.
youngster, was so \. /\
above ,period. Did you know that the traffic proud because he had the most .'4 V 7" Government

The old adage that there are always a few bad ap count on Bennett Causeway, parents at the PTA meeting?

pIes in a barrel holds true in this endeavor, as It does leading to Port Canaveral dun

in but the percentage of success this ing September totaled .:178"ehidea A young mother was changing FIrst: Federal S'1
any program ings
and that they paid $42,- her baby while a four-year-old Current Dividend
enJoys increases our faith in people. It indicates that 9J:S in tolls Big business for a relative was watching. Rat

while many of these men and women have made and two-lane road. When she neglected to sprinkle Compounded sad_ Loo Association of TltusvllU

paid for past mistakes, desire to and can return to the baby with powder, the Semi-AanuaUy
in with little Two students were walking youngster asked: Downtown Office Branch Office
society and
a help
jiormal position
a down the street in Las Vegas "Aren't you going to salt him Open 9 to 3 Dally. Also 4 to 7 Friday Washington at Mala 145 N. CoqulaaMond.

understanding. "How did you ever manage to .this timer

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Monday, October M, 1W4 Tttvtvm (FUrM. ) Star-Advee FNg M tI

FTC Committee Urges Local Firm Awards $$1.9 Million United Fund Passes Schnell Sanford Serving With tAt

I For Facilities At Complex 39 Attack SquadronJames

A subcontract for $1,037,200 storage-spheres at the Merritt 55 Percent MarkThe i W. Schnefl parachute

Greater ProgramMembers I has been awarded to Chicago, bland Launch Area. These rigger second class, USN, son I
Bridge and Iron Company At. spheres considered to be among United Fund 1964 Campaign 000. The North Brecard area of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McO- .
I lanta, Georgia by Catalytic Construction the largest of their kind consist passed the 55 per cent has reached a total of $4,914 or raby of Titusville, is serving I d nig first!,
Company, Manage of one 850,090 gallon vacuum
32 cent of their of with Reconnaissance Attack
per goal 115 -
of the execu in the state, the council Is a division survey of tourists in Florida and ment Contractor for construction :* jacketed liquid hydrogen sphere mark with a report of S5.S98. heMIMoot-
tive committee of the Florida of the Florida State read a report from one such sure of storage facilities for one 960.000 gallon double walled from the NASA division and '1- 000.The Squadron Three at the Nan I -
Travel Council meeting here Chamber of Commerce with the vey by an individual Chamber cryogwycf located at the John liquid oxygen sphere and one 224 from the North Brevard division. United Fund campaign U Air Station, Sanford.

yesterday passed a resolution executive committee composedof of Commerce. F. Kennedy Space Center, 560,000 gallon double walled liquid The United Fund Cam- approaching the completion of The squadron trains flight\ and laces
urging the State Road Department a resident from each Congressional Preparations for the meeting NASA, Launch Complex M, Pad nitrogen sphere. palgn has now received $301,393 1M
third week
its of and M
"to continue and to ex District of the entire council on Nov. IS A, Merritt Island of its 134,000 goal reporting maintenance crews to operate
pand its program of adequately The primary action yesterdaywas in Jacksonville were made anda It is anticipated that fieldwork will announce the "dead duck" the supersonic, all-weather reconnaissance r tot
Chicago! Bridge and Iron Company on the which began NASA employees have now and.
designating attractions throughout passage of the resolution number of reports, not readyfor project award for the lowest area percentage bomber "Vigilste. -
Florida" to help promote the about the sign program, askingthe yesterday's session will be will design fabricate install in September 1964 will be contributed a total of 111,328:! or award at the end of the ."
state. SRD to choose the attractions ready at that time. clean and test three large completed in June 1965. If per cent of \their goal of$18,* week t allberGIT
Working on a widely varied worthy of such promotionand Lou Brewer of the Florida
program of promoting tourism then use such signs on the State Chamber of Commerce is
major egress routes of the In- executive secretary of this com I reoI "
terstate system in the Immediate mittee and the council I spot
Directory Will vicinity of the attractionsand Also attending yesterday's Mltor
install directional session Chairman Lamar at M
also to necessary were '
hill ifE
markers on other ma Allen of West Palm Beach, Al- ; 81'11I
Carry City jor Federal and State highways lan Skaggs Jr. of Silver Springs,
including immediate vicinity Edgar H. Galvin of Hollywood, top II414L
markers to promote safety and Earl Mickler of St. Augustine,
to facilitate the easy and convenient Jack LaMaster of Tampa 1t
Dept. ListingAs gtock for t, 4.11
flow of traffic. Gene Roberts of Titusville Miss up u... I551

ninety percent of the Indian discussed The committee the need yesterday of a detailed also Angle Earl Keys Barker of Miami.of Clearwater,and rjK'rI Ilh Lake
River Postal Delivery I'll'
Area Is located within the city h IIlj;
limits of Titusville, Cleveland *' ---- l I
Titusville City Manager LL ES3
has made arrangementswith RE-ELECT PLAY "Only 19" YOUR "ONLY 19" COUPONS AT WINK-

the Indian River City Vol. DIXIE NO OBLIGATIONS ADULTS ONLY r ; ,
Firemen to carry a complete oQ0 i Q E I t l i Is. O!
James H. Pruitt
Directory of all City Departments r --
Including the phone 94 w
number of each department, in nmtorn
their new 1964 directory.

This information will enable Regular 59, Subcr's Dry Cured Sliced BRACH'S 1413*

the residents of the area to |! ..39WHS

phone their requests or com

plaints directly to the Department a+v 17171
Candy Corn 29'
in charge and tend to save t*

much time and eliminate the BM 1 Mellow Cremes ,12.... 29'n: 1

necessity of transferring calls *
Mixlo n 141But'scotch
from one department to another. Burgundy -...39' 1J10J

The Directory will also} carry Disc.lu.29' HIM
a listing of elected city officials 42 inS9
and their term of office. ic STATE REPRESENTATIVE 101 1 Treats itH-. 79 187

The deadline for residents of Group One Democrat ,k ? .a Cinnamon Balls 29' 2S auAss't
to obtain listing in the
areas f "Paid for by the Dumocratlo CiKUllvt CommltMof (
Directory has been extended to V Florida W..rreD Goodrich, Cb lrm..n, 1 In ooper..UoD Toffee 29
with distributionof with the Br.vnl County D moor llg Eiccullv* Coramltt *" 7WoO"
October 29th ..."

the the following Directories week.scheduled for * 'j r LB J Kentucky EI Rancho Mints. 29' JO

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11 Indian River Chapter, D. A. R. '

i Holds First Fall MeetingThe o : UErira cart IThe

Indian River Chapter of B. D. Dunn; Membership, Mrs. Phon* wil on
The Daughters of The American M. B. Smith; Motion Pictures,

Revolution held its first Mrs. Fred Bell; National Defense for ap Mrs. C. 0. Mann, Mrs. William
usual of Halloween the traditional bobbing
fall meeting of the season Tuesday Mrs. D. W. Steson; array "followthe Clark, Mrs. John Moore. Mrs.
-- at the borne of Mrs. L. B. Program, Mrs. A. K. Schenck; witches, ghosts and goblins ples and a delightful Orvis lead- Dave Ellis, Mrs. Douglas Mil-
with Dad
-r, Newman on Coquina Avenue, Public\ Relations, Mrs. Fred S.I I swarmed to a big party Saturday leader" ler. Mrs. Orel Orvls and Mrs.
Tuten-Donn with Mrs. George Unwin, Mrs. Salter; Student Loan and Scholarship night at the home of Dight ing the youngsters through Herrin.Guest .
..,; ') h, M. B. Smith and Mrs. Bertha Mrs. C. T. Rhodes; The ; Dale and Orel Orvls, 1334 In- many humorous stunts. Jerry
I.-I 1 Stringer as cohostesses.Mrs. Flag of the United States of dian River Ave. I During a ghost story reading speakers for the session,

Engag3.r.3nt; t i e' S. A. Kitties m, Regent, America, Mrs. Thomas Smith; I I. When the young guests arrtv'I'' session in the dark, the tables Mrs. of Frank the F.F.G.C.W. Hewlett from,, president Miami -
turned the ghosts
Mrs. Beatrice were on y oung
rrII presided at the meeting and Transportation, ed they were greeted and Mrs. Charles H
; when noises -
welcomed the members and a Gould; spooky jack-lantern on the and goblylns strange I Blanchard, F.F.G.C. vice -
AnnounedMr guest, Mrs. Dean Kelly, of Wabash Auditing Committee, Mrs. J I frontlawn and then led through were heard at the window from Pensacola, spoke president on

Chapter, DAR, Carmi, m., B. Griffin, Mrs. Luther Taylor, I a secret dark tunnel to a partyroom and weird, eerie looking faces the Book Of Information, a book
and down in the yard
and Mrs. James Munnis Jr. Mrs. W. B. Jones; Finance and. decorated with orange I bobbed up out by the F.F.G.C which
and Mrs. H.n.V. Tuten of After few frightful put
outside. a
The I
new yearbooks were dis Budget Committee, Mrs. Howard and black streamers and skeletons -
national award at the
the won a national -
2540 Garden St., announce learned :
tributed listing officers who will Parker, Mrs. R. T. Taylor, : minutes.the youngsters convention last .
engagement and forthcoming I serve the Indian River Chapter Mrs. H. T. Williams, Mrs. LB. neighborhood friends were ] u 11 year.A
marriage of their daughter, Bon this "Halloween Secrets" were playing a Halloween prank on
Ii year They are: Mrs. S. A. I Newman; I
nie Lynn, to John Charles Donn, --.... Kittles HI, Regent; Mrs. K. K. Membership Committee, Mrs. told during the game time, following them using flashlights and rice surprise going-away party
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Donn i Wilcox, Vice Regent; Mrs. E.H. : M. B. Smith, Mrs. L. B. New by numerous rely races, and the entire event turned out was held recently for Irene
of 235 W. Coquina Ave. I be the of festive (Mrs. Jack) Schwelnsberg at the
to a
Ashcraft, Chaplain; Mrs. A. K. man, Mrs. Ira Nobles; Program highlight I home of Ann (Mrs. .
Miss Tuten, was graduatedfrom
Schenck, Recording Secretary; I Committee, Mrs. A. K. Riverview 4-H evening. Steele, 815 Scotty Drive
Titusville High School In Mrs. Howard Parker, Treasur. Schenck, Mrs. J. H. Whitaker, When the witching hour drew I ,
members of Florida Greeters
1964 and Is Girls To MeetThe with -
the class of now
er Mrs. Fred S. Salter
Southern Bell Tele- : Registrar Mrs. R. E. Henderson, Mrs. to a close, the group enjoyed Newcomers Club on hand to
employed by ; Mrs. Fred Bell, Historian; George Unwin, Miss Dorothy
phone Company. first monthly meeting J donuts.cider apples and candyfor bid her farewell.
Miss Dorothy Brown. Librarian
Brown Public Relations Commlttee.
; ;
from Riverview 4-H Girls will\ be heldat refreshments. The ghostly Ann decorated
John was graduated Mrs. H. T. Williams, Parliamentarian. Mrs. Fred S. Salter, a large square
Titusville High School in the Mrs. George Unwin, Mrs. F. P. 7:30: p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. guest list Included Tag Glrrard, i cake especially for the occasion
class of 1962. He attended Ere- Mrs. Kitties named the following Schuiter 29, at Citizens Bank Community Hal Davidson, Rebbecca Horton with a rocket (the "Irene Spe

vard Junior College and Is now committee chairman to The members voted to s end Rom. Brenda McAdams, Bruce cial") on a launch pad againsta

employed by Pan American. serve for the ensuing year: $10,50 and gifts to Tamasseee I Election of officers and a Conkling.Paul Carraway, David background of blue "ocean
The wedding will take place American Heritage, Mrs. W. School at Grant, Ala. for the question and answer period will Carraway, Cindy Brady, Stephen I waves". Perched on top of the
Kov. 20, at 6:30 p.m. li' the f H. Burr; American Indian, Mrs. Children for Christmas. Various be the order of business. Schenkles, Bruce Thompson, rocket was a charming mermaid -
parsonage of the First Baptist George Unwin; American Music committee reports were given Parents are invited to attend Keith Coch, Jane E11U. Jacky 1 waving a flag declaring
Church, with Dr. W. 8. Hardin., t I Mrs. E. H. Ashcraft; Amer. at this time I I this meeting. McAdams David Ferguson and I "Parma here I come". The numerous
pastor, officiating. The wedding icanism and DAR Manual for Mona RigelL guests attending including -
will be attended by only Citizenship, Mrs. W. G. Chilton; Mrs. Christine Broyles, Mrs.
the immediate family of the Children of the American Rev "My Fair Lady" All Time Clara Crow, Mrs. Louise Klein-
A for newly-weds,
couple.A .J olution, Mrs. J. H. Whitaker; schmidt, Mrs. Rosemary Deck
reception will follow the ':of1 Conservation, Miss Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. Cal Jordan, theformer er, Mrs. Dorothy Gamer, Mrs.

ceremony at the Whispering : Brown; DAR Good Citizens, Show Lover Favorite Bobble Smelser, was Shirley Harvey, Mrs. Bertha
Hills Country Club, for friends Mrs. L. B. Newman DAR held Saturday: evening In the i Klmbal Mrs. Phyllis Marti,
and families of the couple. ; : ( "'1;> home of the lovely bride's par.
Mrs. H. T. Williams Mrs. Bea Morris, Mrs. Pat
., DAR Museum Mrs. D. B.; When the Tltusvillt Junior Women's Club chose "My Fair ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smcl- Recklln, Mrs. Pat Schackle-
: Lidy" si the major benefit production for the year they chose ser, (29 Poinsettia, following the
ford Mrs. Leslie
Stevens Mrs.
Local Women Attend ,, Pritchard; DAR Schools, Mrs
of the In Good
: one chimplons of all time young couples wedding
< ,_,_ '_' !f1oo'. Berth H. Stringer; Genaloglcal Lucy Taylor and Mrs. Claudia
Friday LuncheonSeveral Records, Mrs. Fred' Salter; From the moment the footlights so on until the final curtain Shepherd Lutheran Church. Zanetta.
Bonnie Tuten falls, North Brevard residents will be enchanted by a musical
members of the two Lynn Honor Roll, Mrs. R. T. Tay. More than 75 wellwisherswere
comedy brimming with and
song laughter. hand to offer Florida Greeters NewcomersClub
on congratu
lor Junior
Tituivllle PEO attended : Mrs.
chapters Membership,
the October reciprocity luncheon The presentation of the most successful musical ever pro lations to Bobble and Cal before will hold their regular
of Central Florida chap- : duced will be at the TitusvUIe High School Auditorium, November they left on a short honey. monthly luncheon meeting Wed

I ters held at Mt Vernon Motor 6 and 7 and November 13 and 14 at I p.m. Mrs. Earl Snyder, moon trip to St. Augustine. Following nesday at the Whispering Hills

Inn In Winter Park last Friday general chairman from Junior Woman's Club, announces proceeds the honeymoon, the Country Club. Highlight of the
Mrs. II. II. Hudson of TitusvilleIs will go to Jess Parrlsh Memorial Hospital and other chari young couple will reside in meeting will be election of officers
president of the organization ties. Gainesville where Cal is attend- for the coming year. A

this year. Five luncheon meetIngs I PIe Gent Putnam plays Eliza, the Cockney flower girl who becomes ing the University of Florida. nominating committee appointed

are planned during the next a great lady by mending her diction. She brings Eliza to Out-of-town guests were Don by current president, M r t.

six months.A lift In a succession of songs and heartwarming scenes Two of Kalec, Best Man, from Chicago, Claudia Zanetta, has selected a
the most unforgettable fine group of newcomers for the
songs are "The Rain In Spain" and "I
Jennie Cal's sister who
musical was enJoyed Jordan
program Could Have Danced All Night", slate of officers Including Pat
during which Mrs Gene served as Maid of Honor, Mar
Mrs. Norman Recklin for
( )
Prof Higgins, ably James Rose with the
performed by along
Bridesmaid Alan
Arlsman of DeLand sang ty Hoops, B.
and Pat Mrs. Charles
a group of songs, accompaniedby i' help of Col. Pickering, played by John Chapman, teaches lUll Frabairn, John E. Menser and Schackleford for vice presidentBeta )
Mrs. Mabel Carle of Orlan r'j: 'I correct pronunciation so successfully ht decides to Introduce her Alan McKllllp, groomsmen, all
do. Fall foliage and fruits were A'j' to society.At from Gainesville. Bobbie's sister .
used in the decorations. the very beginning she attracts the attention of Freddy Mary Ann, served as Junior Sigma Phi Sorority's new
The next meeting Is planned for Eynsford-Hill\, played by local radio personality John Hogan. It Bridesmaid in the wedding City Council has scheduled a
bake sale for the coming holiday
Novi 20, Is not until Ellsa is taken to a splendid ball, Prof. Hlgglns and party. .: week end with delicious

Other Titusville women present Col. Pickering acknowledge they have met with true success After baked goods on sale Friday

were G. R. Schlueter, this some of the most heartwarming scenes take place. Nine members of the Titus. from 1-6 p.m. at Pirtle Plaza
Mrs W E. Ziegler, Mrs. L. C. S-4 Jacob Hanneman, well.known In the field of music around ville Garden Club attended last and Indian River Plaza.
Crofton, Mrs. J. J. Parrish Jr., TitusviUe, U musical director for the production. Mr. Manna Friday's District 6 meeting of
Mrs R. C. Brady Jr., Mrs. Dick man has done "My Fair Lady" In summer stock and offers just Florida Federation of Gar den

Simonet, Mrs. Jessie Pepper, the right touch for the several musical numbers. Hard-working Clubs in the Gemini Room of FRAN
Mrs, Henry Goethe, Mrs. W. D. directors art two vivacious gals, Sandy Goodklnd of Jr. Woman'sClub Schraffts Carriage House at Cocoa FLOWERS .v
Wilson, Mrs. A. Max Brewer and Wanda Wycoff of Mask and Hammer Beach, including the lovely "Noticeably Superior" ,
I and Mrs. Kenneth Schenck. Mrs. Charles M.mb.ri Florlit'i T.L D.U...,
Not only will the audience be enthralled with the play itself, president, Massey,
Report Big Frost but preview glimpses of the costumes guarantee a night filled and vice-president, Mrs. Be a 211* Garden St. MMWS

with eyt-appeal. Mary Fanton, of Milk and Hammer, has Gould. Others attending were ]
On Kentucky Trip
dreamed up such sumptuous costumes even Audrey Hepburn, J
who dots the movie portrayal of the title role, would be envious.
Lacy Ramer of June Night The sets have been
carefully designed and supervised by
Street and Jess Threlkeld, 702 Masquerade
Dave Putnam, a local architect and newcomer to TitusvlUt. From
Main Street returned home
CHRISTMAS CHARADES Gordon "Christmas in October" party Saturday all reports the many hours of work will go into a professional
Wednesday from a trip to Bur- Beeson, center, was center of attract- in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Job of creativity $2.00 Per Person Oct. 31, 1964
na, Kentucky. They were gone
several days and report that a ion while trying to describe (by actions Myers. left are Joyce and Jim Prid- Spontortd By

big white frost laid on the ) "a perfect gift for a Florida gen, Max Sanders, Mrs. Joe Pickett lien
ground the morning they left Christmas, In a game of Charades at and Ii r. and Mrs. Myers. 'Bob, Allen Mrs., Mrs.James Allen, Mrs. Webb's Trailer Court. B.P.O.E. DOES 9O'ClockTil ?
Eta Eta Phi's 'I Wayne Broome,
Kentucky, Chapter of Beta Sigma .
Mrs. Johnny HoaU and Mrs. Mrs. W. M. Frost entered BUFFET SERVED AT 10
I Chris Parker. Seven out of the JP.M. Hospital last p.m.
eight guests Joined the auxiliary. Thursday for observation.

The Woman's Society of Chris William Adkins Is a patient at

By Mrs. Gladys McLtndon tian Service will observe the J.P.M. Hospital for treatments. _

AM 7-12U week of "Call to Prayer, and U * * *
i Self Denial" which started today * * *

The tUrns Fireman's Auxll- and runs through Oct. 31. I ie ItI
w lacy held their regular meeting The program "Pray without SEND
last week, with the newly elected ceasing" will be on Wednesday '
officers assuming their I at 10 a.m. In the Sanctuary
duties. The Auxiliary will holda of the Mlms Methodist Church. I
bake sale sometime in November AU Women of the church are .I; DRESSLER I
the date to be announced urged to attend. Baby sitter JIM

later They will also sponsor service will be provided.Mr .
the Christmas outdoor lighting i

again this year. Coffee and cake and Mrs. R. J. Brough I ItI
were served their guests: Mrs. have arrived from Dearborn : BACK TO TALLAHASSEE AS YOUR *

George Sanders, Mrs. Jack Al- Mich., to spend the winter at I
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tathls.I Itt the raw rae.1orCOIN.stronc DEMOCRAT *

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I Go forpro VOTE NOV. 3 **
NOV. 3
CHRISTMAS GOODIES An arrayof round the refreshment table are, from D uewkkMAY : VOTE Itie
Christmas delicacies were served kit Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pickett, Mrs.

to guests at Eta Eta Chapter of Beta H C. Pierce Mrs. Max Sanders, Mr. 0 FAcrat ATTORNEY BUSINESSMAN *

Sigma Phi's "Christmas In October" and Mrs Herb Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. R'K
rush party Saturday In the home of Bill Helm.Mr ie )fIt

J Mr. and Mrs. Bill Myers. Gathered a-

and Mrs. Sam Wilson of wr W
4-H Training The Titusville Star-
Fort Lauderdale, former owners I I )f-
Advocate 1 1st in circulation Tikt BAROQUE BttQt or
Meeting Slated of the Siesta Motel here )fie
'spent the week-end In Titusville. in North I II COCO BAROQUE Fin

For WednesdayA I LIne or Creamy )fIt
* * * * I HI-Son ty lipsticks. 4c

A 4- leader training meeung RE.ELECT NOV. 9 Mitch with Nail Sitin.GOALLTHIWAY. ..

for the North Brevard area will DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE ... + *

be held at 10 tm. Oct 28. at New COCO BAROQUE .n.w .

,the Citizens Bank Community K. A. CUTTER Eyt sn. 4t Ym f.1 !note HM stale rid dt,.rtmtnf appreakeeteli nine (I) mlllU. feltirtW It-

Room a year .In ii...IM l tie end are ......," to free public ....IIL will t nHn .* sing ..
Mrs. Newsom, assistant home \ 4j tffMlHM to toy ton reels In Brt..r4 Ct m y until td. utto free reeds tiltt. 1I I

gent:, asks that any leader or PROVEN DEPENDABLE "UivMlti' '
mother Interested In a first year Drugstores I ff'm *

sewing demonstration be at the FULLY QUALIFIED & EXPERIENCED Pd. rot A 4Y. B T Dt.Ml Ca*s.1eM It-

Community Room at 1 p.m. on I
that date I IM AIr.id fir by R A < IIlIor ,4444 414f4 44 4 tf 4 11 11 11"vas

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MDi1A NeleARd Nottst i I Elect Florida At GreetersNewcomer LuncheonThe CM To ,1 id

election I.offlctn will
North Ilr/rard
t __ hiKhiight the .regent. MMMy

V : luncheon iMNttof of tttmn .....

Iref'ttft tleweeminl R 11x1. I

peeing Oowfc? CM mWwtnwday

4 i Oct II at 11:45: -"

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St. Teresea ReadyingBig I are All urged Newcomers ti attend! Club members, ; IWIMIOt M.

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November Carnival ttst

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Broth oeastracUon has started duck, ntwgday. Nov S, t11 I the taHtlhl 'Ii

Oft Ute grNU1s at St. Ter.1 wee nm tttrmkgh Nov 1 I way ,
esa's CaUwttc CIHH'dfar Everyone Is htvfted to come Mdjflwi L to Itan !3alibsflree

November carnival HI tw fun -
A new system of advance ; IWtI"'l ."
The Reverend Father John tickets Air the rides is being offered IM A'AOWt'I"lrn' I

B. O'Hare. pastor. announced this year Md may be OM TV lapel

through his executive committee purchased at the Mtaring arDON at 1

that Southland Amusementshas II.stores In Tmi&vtlleHandyman's ... "
signed a contract to provide d ae WILSON
Store U. S. No.I ------ ------ -
for kMdie rides and three adult Firestone Store Hopkins RUSH ITI ROIL 111' SPRAY,

rides The rides will Inc"- -*? : Avc. Chambers Jewelry\ Store ft A U ('IRLlHn' HO 11 .S -- D1thi i Humph Vela IVilCN A MMtOI t.> 711uartllefrom Why buy two when one will Jot lI4.1e

the Merry-Go-Round and a Ferris Putte Plaza, DieM )Hardwatt )mand Carol Manning, students\ at AUIlItHhMllI FVdley (canter) Dtrutto print**, males, b.utiMW -

Wheel Magnolia A\-e Wh) spewing Hills Elementary\ School, and her Tmuvillf hostew, Mrs Jean protttt An array of .. 4-I-t

There wW be 20 booths lining : Other stores handling these en,,'\'ed vtewtM, ('lowat hand, a vorWof McGee. wr guest!\ speakers at the bMuttflll color Hff-pinft' toDA I. uILake

the midway and they will offer 'advance tickets wffl be feted at Jolla tolKMkm dttpk)'*d to stxth school' recently -.l'nl.lm, Photo 'II'on.' > including. if-4uart

a variety of merchandise for I a later date. RECEIVE CLUB AWARD Mis. ,.n, \ ., 'lion gl ode children at the school by Mr, trev f nFACTORY I

tale. The chairmen and the various receiver the "Club of the Ycai aw i jj fi MH lies b I I PAINT

'booths are as follows: Hersberg at chambers Annual Banguit, S-A Thoto.! 15
this i *
The grand prize year OUTLET INC.
will be a 1965 Dodge Dart, which Ring the bottle. Charlesand Riverside Sets Carnival alclwl" She! else C nt.f
a ill be given away the last nightof Marie Barfleld; Novelties, ..

will the be fair a trip to The Nassau second for prize two. -shoot Stella, Helen Creamer MatUs: Cigarette; Darts Methodist Observe Call I W. Of

The fair will open at SOO: o'- No. I, Jim Foch.: Baseball R,1'1'\\'w\ Elementary !Selnwl i 1---- M 15x1

throw. Jim Sauerbeck; Golf To Prayer And Self Denial was\ Mae| IU awMMl llailitween

putUng, Jim Pack; Carnival Saturday, Vt 51.
Hill 'N Dale Garden
from" 1 Itl Pada pm. Club"iodge
Bill Gardner
: The Women's Society of moments of their tine to l.1 Notices
MeetsThe .
Circle traditional
costume paradeThe
Tans John Moquln; Christian Service and the Wese !serve this Day of Prayer SU.
Dog Wheel, Ernie Cave: Meditation (parade, "m'hediiled fllI'i
Hill n' Dale garden Crete / Football TORS Guy Wither. ( >an Service Guild' of the Indian 10 a.m. on the wharf\ \ grwimK I -- -- ___ M1W1H7

Mel Wednesday night. Oct I ington; Bake Shop, Marion River City Melh 21 at the home of Mrs. Darwin Womack and Mary Partridge: Church will Join more than 1 I.- projects are defeated by theWoman'a categories' of ciwtume I YORK-BITE BODIES
Brown. Co-hoMesses were Mrs. DivMon as !bcncfMais' I i@" M '8T8 THUIWIt mrrllni ell ,11.' 'In t 4M. Of North BnvirJ C."" "
General Store Medsker Buothi will U ..\. ., nf r1,1 !Nn,' P5(1.
Kay : ; 700,000)(\ Methodist I Women o)>en at 'IS P M inlay
Virgil Muilenburg and Mrs. Andrew Grab les of an offering which Is tat-' M.,,'h M*, Tint onil nl'"m Ceo ,--- 87 m
Workum. Bag, Reba Parrott.Duck throughout America this week of the Call to MIowing. the parade FeatureswHI WMtprlnt Hill CcvnlrT Club" apnounrd Ks.rutie nnerd Indian River ChiipUrNo.
en as a part Prayer r:., ,
Pond train T.C.A. nh mnn'h flrln(
Mickey Manders, Imliiite cake walk\ rttnmo
their annual "Cat!
observing and Self.Denial. Ray WlnMead, Pros, Miv a?
Mrs R G. Cutwright and Penny Toss, Emil Janda; to Prayer and Self-Denial". i I ride. Ash |pond!, nH| ok house, etc. \ Ikni !
Miss Edith London presented Main Ticket Booth. Mrs. Wilbur Slkes, Sec'yTitusvUlo M.. ev. l'.U'.nl ROYAL ARCH MASONS nmJ118T
The Call to Prayer and SeW- Hot dogn, humbwfers, wM tlrnhh.rln
of The Call Is sponsored by the -.- --- Clifford yeller, HI.K 'tl..,
a most interesting program Robert R\an; Doll Wheel Denial Is one of the oldest ob : drinks and coffee will he sold! tit now rmIOROMITV Gilt Wllllami. crtirT 42 m
pictures they had made as they I Barbara Carlson; Darts No, 1 Woman's Division of the Methodist ; ncrvances for MethtxIM women, on the! grnmdsThe Chap. Ml. Jnl W.d. MO ..M..t .

traveled The trip bean durliw Larry and Tony McCarthy. Board of Missions, the Na I dated bark tI) I Sift It was originally Mtt tr>i lit and! Jrduridiy Masonic Timpl' TltutTlll"' 21111
the fall In the mountains of I tional body under which Kofl called the Week of Prayer No. 6 O.E.S. TiJ4 ,.m.

West Virginia The greens reds of local Woman's Societies, er Self.Denial. Titusville Star- I. BtRtllA 1)hnnltiU;: 11ul111Mh" lKllirl HIRAM COUNCIL NO. 1)
and golds of the trees and flowers Williamson Attends of Christian Service and weslt"1' I Worthy Matter I huts1'n.MOM

were a beautiful backdropfor Moose Convention an I Service Guilds function. I In !local ihunhPK the observance Advocate 1st in cir- Mr* ear All- -' ... IM nM11.IreTN.TA antMN n.R. V.Ik S.BtkiiTnrl M. 28
Is planned and dtmled hv M1, 1 cot ml\ a PM
$ l's"at
several festivals that are culation North M.u.
During the observance! of the Committee and in I : .:.. <. Illuitrltut Mit.f
Among Moose the on Program I
of the IIkll1da
held there at that lime
I Call to Prayer and Self.Denial, the Secretary of Spiritual life I unIt.e Oil) Wllll.m, M.trfl" 1.711 "
year attending the 17th annual In their ate wtMa / Mate tnd Wed il M P.M. '
Methodist women
gather .. .
the Woman's Wes Indian River 1'- .
Moose convention In of Society or l I Y ern
Orlando. Mnnl r. .
Next were scenes of the churches for a "quiet day" mpl Cci_. 'I" 11
World's Fair and then a tour of Florida this week was Sam service of prayer and meditation I lean Service GutM. Lad. N. M Mt Alt -- ---- --- .12

the Northeastern !States, Nova Williamson of THusy-We member Each year the 'all Id' P. A A. M. II"tI.mi is..H..,.T". 1'.ld.MI' Brttard Cornrrnndiry

Scotia and Prince Edward Isl of Moose Lodge No. 19(12.( Prater and Self.Denial has a Miriam Circle Per I.NN' MU and A 4rt Thu,,".,., MOKM "I _. No. 2IK.T I
Hair Core L.ty R. ,, I IhI"
theme and the theme for 1111\4\ I in"I.i.Mtiwtlt m ImliMnt Cmdr,
and.The The Moose convention attracted To Meet Oct 28 Ttmplt I OKI Wllll.mt, Rittrilir
concludedwith Renewal Beslalnae" Dl..rlc N.. }*
program was 'Is Hocognlllon,
SSflO Moose members Raymond'sIIAUTYl0UN01 Jm>. ... striven, 'Mists Mull 4th w.d.., fiJO. '.m.
slides of the lovely azalea and their families from Florida The Mit'Ism Circle, of (the w m..k. iHriimi, ....,.,. PI*. Nu".. AnnMttti Mninli fa"I., Cic" !
of South Carolina. Plod Tu.,
gardens and many other states attendedthe I The 'Quiet IRy" will lie held Hut Mirth will\ S _. --- '- per
It-ebbtcilttn -
The Circle\ voted to landscaoe \ I, a, PLAZA ,( .ch mtnlh -
opening night entertainment from 10 a.m. 111I1 1 p m on Tues IK 7 30 i Junior ChamberOf
meet VI 1
the Kiwanis Club's city s'gn. Wednesday. t11.311/ I '.M. PILOT CLUB
and enrollment for the all I.
Oct. 27, at the Indian River I
and designated the money rere'ved Moose audience. day p.m., it the home of Mrs II. C CommercePaul AI ru.l |tr..1 ".1"..
City Methodist Church All II.n l.rwn\ M,.. jinn Licki, Ire..
from one of the raffeito Sr. UK: ) Indian River linflhv furilcr. tOf
Conkllng '
( be spent on a shade tree fort A testimonial banquet program I women to of come the community and spend are a few invited Avenue.! lt.nl,.y lilltbury Swing,, .frt..',*.. 7:101011''.rJII".*l".A rl'In M f Mll.BMI(| r, tt N. M./. / '. W.de.adyd- /

Rehabilitation Center wan held Saturday evening -- L."" R.ftn, I..'p --" !!t,.=. '1111
Mrs. Gerald Hooks, Mrs at 8:30 at the Cherry ('III" ". Hank BnMilfnl OZECHOSLOVAPCAMERICAN r..i Widn.a5djde' l

Lolly Blackwell. Mrs. Helen Plaza Hotel, Orlando, In the '65 Comet completes 16,200-mile durability run Merle Pvrit; 1hur dt 1 III') | mTITU8VILLC CLUB Dense III
Luce and Mrs. Florence Cato Egyptian Room honoring the I

were appointed to a special Grand Regent of the W.0.T M,. I NO.'I tf TltMOllle
committee to bring Ideas for a Helen DaMes from Gainesville: from Cape Horn to Fairbanks Alaska in 40 days POST I 111 Utsnnli Are nrusviLLiPUBLIC
money making project to the Chapter: Supreme Council l f AMERICAN .Mtnl' r mwlliiii frirt wdmwdar

next m<'t'ling.Mrs. Member E D. Weldemeyer, of nick mnnlk Hell eMn ...11 1411 D,.* f.,t
Llvtllir Cimtt" punSCSI .J Turodu. lhuod.r 5114 ....,,,., ItOUMMm
Helen DolfN gave a report Clearwater Lodge; Deputy Supreme LEGION
h It thi Wield Dvrt.kllltf ,
gels fI i .Lens.1 .1 I p 1/1
on the decorations the circle Governor, Walter Bins- .".,. It.II" the fri I ..muo f m
Chili'I" Uses Ihtwmm Hurrr 'TfKirtilr nnilrnih.rl .
Chamber of field Daytona Reach shins, lam I-M: p m
did for the Lodge: '! "modelIs I dlylnd el4hl I'oelporob,' AitluUHIMnli +
North MocJIII' WilliamB I( 111 l nnil Ini ucidlf I t.UUCKlllft .
Commerce banquetA t. rt" VITIRAN10P -'--- -
t | Nm (hi braes tl (hiHp l...lnK Mull f mWoman's
Halloween motif was used Hoffman, Fort Lauderdale ti it the rU.lh Tltutvlll Led fi N.. ,2
of three A ; M.... hole 1 W4f ..."..' '
with a centerpiece Lodge Deputy Rl'gt'nt.'all'n. 1 4 r.
I lflB4IIIIr 001 ": lhmrP Club of leer lti.,n'h, MOOSE
paper owls. Punch was served tins Fernandez Key West "., I ",n..l. ...., ,,".t,," Amtrlctn Ltl n } '

from a large orange pumpkin Chapter: and Slate President + n h.. ..er Stymehdn Titusville, Inc. la'. Ii H.II with mend Mult r ..diy I ,..11I.I .
bowL J, Okey Rowand Melbourne ,,, Dish Lwnchon, tm.
III"Ih. 'v'"
I Mil N.rth if U.S.
Mlmi 1
Mats of
lit Man r..h Monlh "
,, L. ,
Lodge. .n '" rand "nm C.plI It I Ptfip" 'r, .
Jim Miltbli, Oiv rn
October" thru Mat ...
C.et Tim Wit)
''1 I "hI"t. Brvkiw |..
Other highlights of the Mont : I ,I.. .. ..." n.hl the Den Not ':. "..I',". Om.Lions 'y
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colorful ,, In i WMI -- ---- -
Printed Pattern gathering included a ".,. '.1" ,u,'
presidents reception and ball, '", .".......nlrnn' Ih.t'. T""III. ClubO Mud 3rd Wed
the Coronation Pageant, the .,' I'u,5 I .Innis PYTHIAN W .ieh mcnthI
., f OH Thur.dlyrlnllla / J
,, p"
Convocation and five Mnow 'S "" SISTERS
to I ,," //tttla"rlnt! P. M.
IIt Meetings at which Moose and S. sl riiu, ,. ,lll end, trnnnbM.ilt ill! q Mlth 1 lit. I"J I Ocf. tfircufh Mig
their families extended their
.. taVirrw .HirdlnPri
Tn nmrh StlbYr 1I.d Mapes. Jt :
knowledge of MmmcheArt the 1 ai I I I'mN' Pt.klenlClyde *..Ph. AM 7)5)4
child city and Mocwehaven, the ,5 liM.nl.' P..n. h M P" .
.. lit e.i M," Sou ".",pp M. I rMe. rlrt''f' "' i ifttf J ,.IIt.
city of contentment V.ln, rr..a4.nr11, ,

North fJr.ferdftehabllltatloa

Surprise Farewell a I KIWANIS CLUDI NORiionsEMAMB It I1EVAp ConiofN

1' u. Aim i 1ihaee i h.....,* dLI ,n .. Willi.", Af.,
Party Honors Mrs. I I11emwHISPIRINO Mal |iind Man. lich .nth Arthur Dunn Airport

If D.rt..I" '. .o ... ,'' MO P. M. M.... Ind Thvrt. every mesh
Irene SchweinsbergA h.dy' I ..I I "re' .1" 1'1 ,.j.t .," I Gj HILL SILL DU'P, Pr... PUBLIC INVITIOPru
ran l00.OfMt n... ,., ill I ?'1."a. ,'- /1'" ', COUNTRY ClUi .i W LM Partita.
surprlM farewell party b"I'ertom. PRANCITHRILPILD, l.l'| .l.''.I Mr '''''
..' Iti honoring Mrs. Jac'Irene\ ( ) II.ul" p/edY11Nn..madel l LImeh ..e.u" 5' Ph.n AM fl 101 ... .A'tJ'
Schwelmiberg was held Tuesday I ,,,,,..,,,,.m r ,, .' VI II /0"'f' T"M riw ear.lafD. -- .--- -..M1 -

night at the home of MrsGregory .,lT.. J. oI''lfnw'I I ) ,15,1 P. O. E. ELKS LODGEN NORTH" ISIVAWIHRINI'
r ,.. Ian '. J..P CLU8VITIHAN1
MOf'ul Ndmr r. 1 .r.n I
Steele 11) Dr you' ..
f 1e.r Scotty felnnlr l, With. tmnofh M/i rJl.M. M." ) 'gPvIK ) it fit Id Thursday '130 p m. i TLTTI1U'VILLI
l by members of the Florida tat 1)/111' "...r..,. it.- ," "*" "A.I >dji> 4y"" r. Nall Men/ap NI..... Mate At
/ Greeters Newcomers Club .. ., -
1// ; j ia,1. .,. ,., 'Jnl lm I. W..AIs///l IlxClU1
The honoree WM presented! ICY h, JJ" "I 7' teIC r, .!" ,.. Y LITTll
with a small going.away gland I h.., I t'.l.e" I tat/. Hells, THBATRI. INC.
extended best wishes for a Walter" J. Mickt II ... Ira. frt 111t'. ttf M.. ':00 p. M.I .
in Ohio. I wuoll\ .i( happy sojourn 4*. *ai .iii
A.L The hostess served coffee and Tlttt In etSLlaScottish
A tea and a rocket.topped cat .I OP
{ i I tJ I'. with characters depicting Jack M... W.........,. POD DON WAX Rite
and Irene blastlng-off for Par < 1 try LM. "*.fI., 14 a MlHimttfut Club P O. ..> MlPr
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ma. CMMIIlea' ..... ..... wn

r ,1 I I \ Inn Club open I p III.D.llt W.Prif.Jnn Prttir. ,

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SInS ywMN. L.rt0 M... Mxrn t- i- I .4 III o.e ... h.. rrw CIe &wa4qworld's Comet Mer.h,1:3p.m.. RIFLE to PISTOL CLUB
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Deadline Nears Sew AND Say
Gray Laditt' Class Present as Instructors were I y
'. Mrs Slaby and Mrs. Mary Col. W. H Boshoft, Veter ,
The Cray Ladles serving In 'I. Burns. The following were and Service Officer for Brevard
North Brevard County number taking instruction: Mrs. James County, says that on Information
about 50 at the present time. Larks, Mrs L. Poirier, Mrs. supplied by Melvin T. Dixon -
These ladies serve at all schools Florida State Service Ofic
Jane Prltchard Mrs. Thompson -
In the area, and M 50 are not Mrs. W. Pippin, Mrs. R. er.the last semester of collegeor YARD GOODS SALE'WOODCREST'
for the Involved vocational school ,
enough territory Strom, Mrs Jane Smith, Mrs. training under -
a class is currently being Catherine HellpenstelL Mrs. the Korean GIBU1, gets un

held at Coquina ElementarySchool. t R + I Eunice Thomas, Mrs M. Ogle, derway this month.
When the semester ends In
Mrs M. Morgan, Mrs. P. Fal-!
Instructor of this class Is a January 1965 It will mark the
and Y. B. Harvey.
Mrs, Doris Calhoun, who has zon end also of The Education and e
been a Gray Lady and interested Another tailoring class will Training Program for Korean COTTONS
In that organization for the be held today (Monday) and Conflict veterans which was
past five yean. Mrs Sally Martin Thursday, Oct. 29 and again on launched July 1, 1952.
Is Chairman of the Gray r st Tuesday, Nov. 3. Dixon said that more than 2300 ,- IN 2 TO 10 YARD
Ladv Group at Coquina Elementary ,000 veterans have taken advantage b
SchoolA 6K I Some members of the Home- I of the program. The DRESS LENGTHSSPECIAL
class was held last Thursday + I makers' Club met last Wednesday deadline date of Jan. 31, 1965 +
evening at the Coquina at the home of Mrs. Ethel I will apply to both Korean Conflict -
School when 24 newcomers Currey at 244 Swift Avenue, fora veterans already embarked .
.. were welcomed to this course workshop on the fabricationof on their courses of study and
free-formed dishes made out to those who started classes for
and wanted
one applicant a revIew
to renew her card. of plastic crystals. the first time this past Septem

Some 2 years ago Mrs. Calhoun !. Members present were: Mrs. ber.The
was awarded a placnueby I {i. Muriel Graham, president, Mrs. veteran may continue hI
?w F V school after that date, but he
the Brevard County Conservation Ann Workman, Mrs. Llnnie .
and Awards Commit. Wierenga, Mrs. Rachel Barrett, will no longer receive an allowance
Ht from the
VA each
Mrs. Marie GillIam, Mrs. Eunice
tee for her work In connectionwith
month to meet part of his train
Thomas and Mrs. Mary
the Gary Ladles' move
ing living expenses, Dixon
ment and other work Invo'vint Irons.
conservation of human life. At GRAY LADY CLASS Mrs. Doris class of Gray Ladies on duties and first Mrs. Currey was the instruct. said.Dixon further pointed out that \\\y
the course last Thursday evening Calhoun, seated right, demonstrated aid know-how Thursday night at Coon or and showed how to make the for those Korean Conflict veterans .
her young daughter, daughter, Twila, as she instructed a quina Elementary School. dishes and decorate them for who suffered disabilities
Twila played the part of an accident Christmas elfts. The workshop which have been adjudicated .
victim. Ill This city Is on the Clark the Indian River City Methodist All this took place in the I was very J instructive and Inter service connected, a separate & 5o YDS.
These Gray Ladles are on Trail and there are several Church were installed at an Community Room of the Citizens esting. program of rehabilitation
duty at every public school In Lincoln memorials in the area. service last Sunday. Bank in Titusville, which will continue to be carried on
,, this area and play an Imnort- St. Franclsville Is the oldest impressive room the Bank had graciously Little League AuxiliaryThe and that there Is no deadline Formerly Priced up to S1o
ant part In the conservation of town In Illinois. Junior Officers Installed were: placed at the disposal of the Indian River City Little date for this program. yd. Tiko Cloto-Out advantage of of Fell this
human life. All this work Is President, Pat Ambrose; Vice- Club for the occasion. League Auxiliary will meet tonight Dixon urges interested readers 1'4, \ fabulous Cottons
done without remuneration of Mrs. Earlene Roose, a former President, Roy Malott: Secretary Mrs. Muriel Graham Is president at 8:00: p.m. in the Com of this newspaper to contact I
recompense In any shape or resident of this area, is a pat. Susan Johnson; Treasurer, of this club and Mrs. Florence munity Room of the River their local Veteran County Service -
form and Involves many hoursof lent In Orange Memorial Hospital John Heard; Faith, Janet Lanes Bowling Alley Officer for information about
Strom is
duty per month. where she is recovering from Chrelst; Witness, Ann Gray; vice-president, All ladies belonging to this organization this or any of their veterans' af
Attending this class as new' surgery. Her room number is Citizenship, Jana Malott; Publicity while Mrs. Slaby is secretary are urged to attend. fairs.
members are: Mrs. Jw PVr- 355 and she would like to hear Lynn Waddell.
ler, Mrs. Lou Gammon Mrs. from former friends In this Senior Officers installed were:
Ann W Cain, Mrs. Ruth S. area. President, Jim Broyles; Vice- Winning Warm Frlendi For Florida Sine 11504YOd

Doty, Mrs. H. Huber, Mrs. Patricia President, Steve Webber; Wit
Lute, Mrs. Jeanette Craw. Brownie Troop 3)1 ness, Ellen Webber; Citizenship, '
ford, Mrs. Leona Mewbourne, Brownie Troop No. 331 held Diane McCoskey: Outreach, d L'S "
Mrs Mary R. Wilkes, Mrs Its first regular meeting last Kathy Chrelst; Fellowship, Roger ,I, ', n .. .. rr.
d ?
Clair M. Gautreaux, Mrs Dorothy Wednesday, Oct. 21. Mrs. Nora Basham. I'I fJ f-wn te. 11k

b Godwin, Mrs. Sue Duff Jones is the leader for this new. _. ......r J I I .. _' VC
Mrs. Sylvia Bailey, Mrs. Joan Iy formed troop. Mrs. Jonesis I.R.C. Homemaken' Club I' e"9YOY .r w
Bailey; from Segundo, Cant where The Indian River City Home- ; Y
Mrs Mary Storey, Mrs. JohnC she has been active in Girl makers' Club gave a demon tx
Flake, Mrs. Eunice Thomas, Scouting fo rseveral years, Mrs. stration on setting of sleeves, Cordially WelcomesYou ,
Mrs. Bert Hunnlcutt, Mrs. Florence Ukl McLendon and Mrs. Robby making piped buttonholes and h t ,
Gym, Mrs. Shirley K. Clabaugh are assistant leaders. triangular button holes Thurs V-
Day, Mrs. Pat Whitaker, Mrs.J. day while a number of ladles and Your Family :
E. Whitaker, Mrs. June II. Methodlit Youth Fellowship present kept busy cutting out
Wiltshire, Mrs. Claudie Gonas, Newly elected officers for the their garments and making Ann W. Houchlns To Your New Home! 1 .
and Mrs George Webster, whoIs Methodist Youth Fellowship of shoulder pads. Supervisor "
not a newcomer to this 219 Thornton
course, but is taking a reviewIn 287-7157 The State of Florida
order to renew her card.I. _
Absentee Ballot

T. A. ConferenceSeveral HOSTESSES: + as r x
teachers from Coquina FRANCES ELROO It is our desire to make you feel welcome I. -'r
Elementary School attended 267-2923 PLUS MORE
a lecture given by Mrs. and to acquaint you with your \ Fall Bolt Goods Special!
Anita Metzger at the Indian Deadline Oct. 29 MARY LOU PIERCE \

River Playhouse In Melbournethis 2171587HELEN t city.
week. 8. WALSH
The speaker also utilized i Secretary of State Tom Ad. ams explained. 2674453 \
movie to explain the Initial! ams today reminded Florida According to Florida's election r r ,,: DAN RIVERGingham
Teaching Alphabet (ITA) which voters that the deadline for applying statutes, no application received -
gives a symbol to each soundin for absentee ballots for after the Oct. 29 dead If: in the
are new area a phone
you ,
the English language. This the Nov. S general election is line can be honored, and no Checks
system is now being tried in Thursday, Oct. 29, at 5 p.m. absentee ballot received after 5 call will bring visit from
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Those attending from Coquinawere lion receive applications for Absentee ballots may be used
Miss Carol Payne, Miss absentee ballots by 5 pm. on by anyone who will be out of his She has maps and many free and wonderful Regular
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Nancy Garrison Clearly, Miss, Ruth Mrs.Yost Virginia, Mrs. he pointed out. I who is physically unable to attend gifts for you from local businesses! 69c 44cYd

Burgess, Mrs. Irma Norm-n, Requests for absentee ballot the polls. I
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Bad Check Artist ,1,1I

Nabbed Wed. I e pUDlXlh[ ) VALL WAV i I nigh

A Georgia parole violator and OIlS of Evans, checked and determined d first
bad check artist operated In NI A N C TS I btMJ.
the checks were no ;
high style here Wednesday / ( foot
morning for a while but his good and started the ckxk-lik _
spree was short-lived and he action which led to the apprehension 1Irtr-A

wound up in jail on two counts of the check artist ARMOUR'S GOLDEN STAR HAM WHAT AM te lead lists
of forgery. The quick action of the County foU
Gibson Thomas Evans, ad Solicitor's office in processing
dress listed as Atlanta, Ga. the checks, coupled with the lancJ
was picked up by Officer Sell- swift and alert action of the CANNED HAMS
ars of the Titusville Police Department Sheriff's Department and the p :: :alibi
on Route 50 as he was Titusville Police Department !In
leaving town after cashing picking up the suspect within
worthless checks totaling $274at 25 minutes after the call went I reol
Belk-Undsey Dept. Store and out, was credited with prevent.ing l lId
Bates Men's Store. Agents Leif his escape. 193.lb. id bytt
Larson and Tim McCoy of According to the Sheriffs office 54figl
Sheriff Leigh Wilson's office Evans Is on parole from a : ,\
PLUS 100 *X
conducted the conviction
Investigation. I Forgery and posii .
Manager George Browne of bly faces similar charges In I GREEN STAMPS topUUkf
Belks, after becoming suspici both Florida and Georgia. can S WITH COUPON uO

Gibson Homecoming Events s It, 4-1"MI

a Swift's Premium Breakfast

Gel Underway Tuesday, Oct. 21 D Link Sausage . . . . 'pkl'Swlh' .01.. 35

Ar4'4y r'IS'
The Andrew J. Gibson High 8:00: at Sylvan Park, all Gib-- Premium Stick StyleD

School proudly announces its son's Goblins will cast evil Braunschweiger ?:: 39
homecoming events starting soells on the Phyllis \Vheatle .
Tuesday, Oct. 27, and terminating Panthers during the barn fire jl Swift's Premium Cooked to. Of
Saturday night, Oct SI The After casting evil spirits on Millnm

homecoming theme this year is Friday night, the Glbsonlan e D Sliced Ham . . . . ... .ft. 59'
"The Bewitching Hour." will assemble again Saturday (Peppered or Hot-Mom) torn
Senior Wanda Gall Griffin will morning at 11:30: at the cornerof
be crowned as Miss Gibson of DeLeon Avenue and Maxwell "I"
1964 at the Coronation ceremonies Street for the homecoming par \ "'j.> IS 130
i ..
ade. Music will fill the air
at 8:00: p.m. Tuesday night, 4418WHS
in the school cafetorium. Wan when the parade moves off at '717i
da Gail, the daughter of Rev. l-SOpm.:
and Mrs. T. C. Griffin, is an Excluding Gibson's band BETTY CROCKER TASTY AJAX
bands from all Central
honor student and
many school activities. Florida will appear. Monroe or BUTTERMILK BLUE PLATE LAUNDRYBiscuits
I Cocoa, Stone of Melbourne, n 145
Miss Gibson's attendants are 13 105
Phyllis Wheatley of Apopka
Floris Gantt and Linda Lorraine and many other fine bands. The Detergent 711i.DIU:.
both Following -
Murray sophomores. parade will proceed along its naise
this occasion, the
royal MIST
traditional route and disband at
Coronation Ball will be held. the school. 11U
At 1:00: Wednesday morning, The homecoming activitieswill
Oct 28, Gibson alumni from terminate with the football giant 59c
the classes of '44 and '54 will reminisce -contest between the Blue Devil r.g. Sc pInt 19c pkg.
with the school faculty and Panthers on Draa Field at Jar
during Blue and Gold Day Assembly 8:00: p.m. Followed by a homecoming cons 20no
Victory Bali held in the ''' LIMIT 1 PLEAS WITH THI .
In keeping with the theme, after the
immediately 1.111II
Friday night at approximately game.

County Building Permits 4 .

For Week Total $$492,575 Whit. House Delicious
o clcitrj/ specials a PRICES ARE EFFECTIVE

Total building permits the Titusville, one for $20,800, a sec Apple! Juice .t 25C MON., TUES., WED., ihlatore 4

I past week through Thursday, ond one) for $18,700, for new CREAM Tatty OCT. 26, 27, 29, 1964 .
issued by the County Zoning Office homes in Lantern Park. CHEESE o.I r
hit a $492,575 figure. Roy A. Colman, 224 Taylor 't., Hoort't DelightApri'f ,
Twenty-six new home permits Indian River City area, a pairof Chef Boy-or-Dto With Moot Bold
issued added up to $378- $12,400 permits for homes in 2 3-01. 25c Nector; '' 3 7c SPAGHETTI
000, three commercial permits Port St John.E. pkgs.. cons
accounted for another $78,500 A. Cain Builder, Inc. 141 I
and the miscellaneous categoryof Tuscarora Rd., Indian River POP Flavorful' 16.01'0 27Doo
repairs, additions, alterations, City area, a pair of $11,900 perm frozen foods cons
etc., added up to 38075. All North Brevard's permits Subdivision. p rUI'Oft k tal| coot igc Ch.f loyer-D.. With I l..fRAVIOLI
were for new homes. They included Mliam Everman, 2021 LaGrange Minute Mold Orange \
Lane. Titusville fl4SOO CONCENTRATE
Marvin Fisher, 81 Fern Ave, for an Indian River Plantation Pink Lotion Detergent I 16ci.con .

Martin Estates Phillip home.Bulla Three Oak Motel 1 12-ot. 49 Penny-Saver 32:- $! 29
EnjoysDoubleheader Titusville $14,400 for an Indian con .
River Plantation Estates Plcttwoot Sliced
home to be built by John The Foaming CUonurAjax CHILI (with beans)
Beach, Titusville.

Martin Company's Canaveral Dressing BirdsIs 2 10-01. 49c Cleanser :i?. 10C #can 300 19c
Division enjoyed a space do>t t- pkg .
bleheader over the week end, Quite An Art Dlnty Moore
with arrival of the second Tital l 1
III-A space launch vehicle and "Although most hunters IA tis.w BEEF STEW
erection of the first fully would prefer it otherwise wild
equipped Gemini spacecraft' to game birds must be dressed
shortly after they are killed" ca"49C
the Martin Company built Titan
II space launch vehicle. according to Sue B. Young, I NESCAFE FLAVORFUL dolts produce "UIC
The three-stage Air Force Titan Home Demonstration Agent 4'
III-A will be erected on "Hunters should pluck, draw I INSTANT-BREWED ti
Complex 20, while the Total n clean and cool their birds as p CRISP MICHIGAN EXTRA
and Gemini spacecraft stand quickly as possible." 100 if "".. lO 0
nearby on Complex 19 The Agent said a proceduresuch COFFEE.STATE JONATHAN
Titan III standard space as, "Cutting off the oO J1l Green
launch system of the U.S. Air sack at the tall base dry-pluck stamp.1
Force, is built by Martin Com while the bird is still warm to APPLES DECAF HSTA ;
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company's Baltimore Division. remove pinfeathers and single Jar i:
Both space boosters are checked feathers with live flame and 41b. 39 c
and launched by operationcrews refrigerate or freeze birds be- bog
of the Canaveral] Division fore cooking" should be follow LIMIT 1 PLEASE WHERE
here at Cape Kennedy. ed.
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Big Halfback Spelled Trouble As .

Colonial Blanks Titusville At Homecoming

Harrelson Mows -

Cocoa Surprises

Terrier DefenseFor Colonial's Hosses Too Big For Small Terriers Fourth Ranked

faitThe I Speaking of beef, if there ever was a football coach who fibbed
It an happened so
111 YardsA old saying the first punch of a street fight should be delivered about his team's weight. Colonials did. Edgewafer 12-0
In the direction of the opponents nostrils, does work. I i The program had. eight boys weighing over 200 pounds from ,

190-pound halfback spelled Tltusvillt\ caught the first punch Friday, square on the DOM, 1I//1Jl nJlilh Colonial It was more like eight boys weighing over 230: pounds. Cocoa's Tigers cave strong
an the trouble the Tttusville and they got the last punch, square on the nose as they lost to Larry Frailer Bated as a 2<<<5 pound tackle and also theirkkktag evidence this weekend they're
Terriers could want here Friday Colonial 27-0 before a stunned homecoming crowd of 4,500 that : mae would weigh every bit of 270. Kim Rimsdell weighed the team to be at for the Bre.
night as he led the Orlando 27-0 still doesn't believe it happened to the Terriers. 200 pounds according to the program. Remember that big guy vard County Football Champ
Colonial eleven to an easy with the towel from his waist bead- with the
It was a night when everything went wrong. Tltusville fans hanging playing up ionshlp of 1964.
victory center at the defensive middle guard position Big Bad John The Tigers played an
enjoyed a post-game how by the visiting Colonial band more out-of.
Donnie lot Harrelson than 215, than than the actual football game. Colonial rang out the tune ':' would roll ever ia Us grave if he knew there was a bigger min county tilt Friday night which
i more !
the listed 190, gained "Dixie" from under their bandgheU but DO one on the Tltinville around than he. Bamtdell looked like he would break the Kales has no significant bearing on
almost five times as much yard aide made an effort to stand. Which indicate one fact, about at about 23J or 240. "big six" action, however their
age as did the entire Terrier the only loyalty shown to the South is when the home team li fTlnte. These were only two of the boys over 200. The remainder of ltd upset victory over Orlando
team and scored two of the four irer M.. N .. the lIqUId appeared to weigh about 199. Edgewater, ranked No. 4 in
Class AA standings by the
Grenadier touchdowns. ahead.A cheerleader forgot to wear eonage. The king did not kin succesi.But. Colonial used plain ole team strength to band TitusviUe their ami Herald's Prep Poll, placed kilo
And although the visitors put the and THutvUle's famed shotgun offense dwindled from second defeat of the season.
queen at far at the football game Is concerned, It was a bad the Tigers high in state status
en a potent offense, their defense a loud roar to a mere BB shot that could not have penetrated a first half for the Terriers who found themselves 20 points behind Unlike last year, when Tltusvllle only lost one game in their I and tops in Brevard predictions.

lft against running plays cardboard box. and unable to get a point on home side of Scoreboard. home stands and the other three were dropped on road trips Satellite Beach, ranking No. I
was so great that the Terriers The one real bright spot still remains to be Colonial's band. they have already lost two games at Draa Field, and their out of along side of Cocoa in County
27 "Yes, they're a second half team" a nun said during the
were limited only yards No doubt, they're the best to perform on Draa Field in many halftime show town record remains unblemished standings and sporting the best

from scrimmage. years.Another Fans were hoping a good talk might bring the Terriers The Grenadiers' Donnle Harrelson, listed at a 190-pound halfback record among the six school
raced for 117 pep
Harrelson yards shining point was the halftime ceremonies, for what around. who weighed every bit of 205, ran most of the show. with a 4-0-1, was idle Friday i i E
ta 15 carries for an 7.8 yard per they were worth. Slicing off tackle for four and five yards came as easy to him as night, and Melbourne easily r
Truthfully, at that stage in the about the only thing
carry average. But, here things didn't go so well either because! a power I that would have helped Tltusville would be for Head Coach John sitting down to the kitchen table. rolled over Cocoa Beach, 190.

for The the visitors early set the in the pattern first failure messed up plans for cutting off the lights when the queen Gaines to put steel plates In the helmets of all Terriers and try There just were't too many bright spots for the Terriers. Titusville was defeated 26-0 by I
game touchdown and king were supposed to be escorted In the darkness to the somehow, miraculously maybe, to add about 2i pounds of beef to Titusville got beat, there's not excuses about it They were ColonialBut
their first
period, scoring Cocoa's
with 4:28 left In the Initial! center of the field then a spotlight east on them to ahow their each man during the intermiailoa before the third quarter. outplayed, outmanned and outscored. magnlficant on Page 9 discontinued

quarter. The teams exchanged
punts and then the Grenadiersset
sail on a 41-yard trip with
Harrelson eating up S3 of them. Titusville Colonial
He left Bill the Mays scoring, who up cracked to fullback Play By

over from the one, but only after
the Terriers had put up a 7 First Quarter back 20 yards, but Colonial was to the Q8. I Harrelson picked up eight, passed to Eichert for three,
valiant goal-line stand. t I Frazier's game opening kickoff penalized 15 yards for clipping. Mays picked up IS and a first 1 DeWitt was held for no gain, I Huggins gained six and then
Colonial had it first and goal for Colonial was allowed to I Harrelson gaIned 18 and a down at the C49. Mays gained Harrelson fumbled and Kahn I Huggins' pass was interceptedby
at the eight yard line and the I roll near the sidelines with Hug. first down at the C48. Lynch gota three, Harrelson four and Harrelson recovered for Tltusville at the Youngblood at the C1I and
Terriers "gave" them half of gins falling on it for the Terriers I yard and then Coleman pass eight and a first down, T34, as the quarter ended. he returned it 15 yards.
the distance on an illegal procedure at the T10. ed to Holzhnecht for 10 and a at them Colonial 20, Titusville. 0. Harrelson gained eight and

penalty as David Ward I. Ward was held for no gain, first down at the 141. Lynch Coleman lost five, Lynch Fourth Quarter Starling six and a first down
tried to outguess the visiting I.r Wortham picked up five and, picked up five then 11 and a gained four, Coleman lost six Huggins picked up three and at the C41 Mays picked up four
quarterback and crash into him. on a quick kick, Huggins' punted first down at the T25. and Holzhnecht's punt was then passed to Edwards for 27 and then Coleman passed long
ft was first and four for a short, out of bounds at the Harrelson raced for 24 and a downed at the T20. and Colonial was penalized 15 to Holzhecht with the latter ran
core when the Terriers smothered 147. first down at the Tl. Harrelson Ward for a personal foul, giving Ti ing for a score, the play covering
Harrelson for one of only Harrelson picked up 12 but plunged over and Frazier's gained four, Long three tusville a first down at the C25. 52 yards. Frazier's kick was
and Ward eight and first
two times during the evening. i Colonial was penalized five kick was good. Colonial U, down at the TO. Ward a picked Huggins lost eight, Hugglns Continued on Page I

Then In three tries Mays madeIt yards for illegal procedure. Tltusville 0. Frazier'skickoff up U and a first down at the * * * * .
from the one. Starling was thrown for a six- Eichert returned T4J. Ward gained five, then
The Terriers came right backto yard loss, Lynch picked up two six yards to the T28. three and a pass was Incomplete RE-ILECT NOV. 1
put on their only threat of the and Dewitt lost a yard. Holzhn Huggins' pass was incompletethen but Colonial was penalized
evening. They looked as though echt's punt was downed at the Lynch Intercepted a Huggins' 15 yards for roughing the DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATI
would tie it and at the T45 and ran
they up stay pas
Titusville first
T21.Ward passer, giving a
right with the Grenadiers. gained three, Elchart It back to the T27. down at the C32. R. A. CUTTER

Three passes and a penalty picked up 10 but Tltusville was Harrelson picked up five and Huggins gained one, then lost
gave them a first down at the penalized five for an illegal for DeWitt six for a first down at PORT COMMISSIONER
two and two were ine m-
Colonial SI. Two plays pickedup ward pass as Huggins had circled the TIB. Harrelson got four, but plete. passes DEPENDABLE
four and then Charlie Hug- end and then pitched out Colonial lost 15 on an fflegal PROVEN
gins spotted Ward in the open. to Eichert. the ball traveling use of hands penalty. Colonial took over at the f'J. BUSINESSMAN

His pass was 'Just off the fleet forward. Huggins gained two Coleman gained five, Harrel Mays gained six, Coleman lost FULLY QUALIFIED k EXPERIENCED
halfback's fingertips at the and then punted to Lynch at son, three, Mays 1 and Coleman eight, Starling picked up 12 and
goal line and that was the the C45 and he returned It to passed to Holzhnecht for 11 anda TitusviUe was penalized 15 Pol. Adr. Paid for by R. A. Cutter
last Terrier threat the T41. first down at the T2. Barrel- yards to the T42.

Colonial came right back In Harrelson rambled for 18 anda 11I\. plunged for the score and
the second quarter, moving 70 first down at the T2. He I'Frazier's"kj k-wai good. Colonial
yards In seven plays with liar. added 15 and another first downat I 1 20, Tltusville D.
relson going the final yard ,for the T8. Tltusville was penalized The kickoff went Into the
the score. In the drive he pick. four yards for Illegal pro end zone and the Terriers put a
ed up 42 yards, but the key cedure. Harrelson lost two, the ball in play at the T20.
play was a 10-yard pass from Mays picked up three and then Two passes were incomplete.On .
Gale Coleman to Mark Hotel. two more. With fourth and one the next play the pass from
echt at the one, Mays rammed center was low, rolled past
And It didn't take the visitors lrt s across. Frazier's kick was wide. Huggbis into the end zone. He
long to up their total to 20 points. s Colonial 8, Tltusville 0. went back, picked It up ran It
Bob Lynch latched onto a Frazier's kickoff went out of out and then passed to Zimmerman
Hugglns pass at the Terrier 43 bounds and the Terriers put the for J4 yards and a first
and raced It back to the Ter. ball in play at the T40. down at the C48.
tier %7. Eight plays later liar Hugglns passed to Eichert i Huggins' pass was Incomplete,
relson barreling over from the but it lost nine yards. Huggins Huggins lost 10, Ward gained COSTUMEPARTY
one. Again In the drive it was a passed! to Edwards for 12 and a nine and Huggins passed to

Coleman to Holzhnecht aerial 15.yard penalty against Colonialfor Ward for nine, the ball going ,
that was the key play, this one personal foul gave the Ter over to Colonial at the C38. -
for 1C yards on an importantthird riers a first down at the C42. Lynch gained eight and Mays !

down. Ward gained two and Huggbis 18 and a first down as the half 3p DANCESAT.
The Terriers came up with passed to Edwards for nine anda ended. Colonial 20, Titusville '.
Me of the game's most excitIng 4 first down at the C31.Hugglns .
plays In the next series. passed to Ward for Third tarter

Backed up to their own 20 with three, Eichert picked up one Two attempts at en-sides / 0(1. 31-9 P.M.A.M.!
third down and 10, the pass from and Huggins threw a long one, kicks were no good and on \ ., .
center rolled past Hugglns into Just glancing off Ward's finger each the Terrien were penalized
the end zone. He picked it up, I tips at the goal line. He was five yards. Kicking from the I
ran out a few yards and threw 0. vie wide open. Huggins pass was 30. Hugglns' klcked-off to Har ADMISSION BY 4ft ft TICKETS ON
long to end Larry Zimmerman, knocked down by Frye and relson who ran It back six yards TICKET ONLY $7 i | If SALE NOW
carried 34 to the Colonial
who yards Colonial took over at the C27. .
40.Early m Harrel
Lynch gained three
in the fourth period, son two and Starling lost eightas VOLKSWAGENREPAIRS
:Ray Youngblood intercepted a.. the quarter ended. ColonialS COUPLEMUST
Huggins pass at the Colonial IS
Titusville 0.Second.
and ran it back 15 yards. In four For TUmvOl Are
plays the visitors bad their n.aailCOr'e. Quarter-
BE OVER 211]
The payoff came on a4s Holzhnecht punted to Ward at
the T48 and Colonial was penalized MECHANIC OM DUTY
a beautiful aerial from Colemanto I
Holzhnecht that covered 82 15 yards when a tackler ALL YOU CAN BOWL
hit Ward after he signaled for
260-pound tackle Larry a fair catch. BRUCE'SAMERICAN V ALL YOU CAN EAT!
Frailer kicked the three extra Huggbis passed to Eichert for SERVICE .

points and was the big gun for three, Huggins lost seven then r4 A W.tM .t. ft.
the visitors on both offense and 15 more. Hugging punted to All YOU CAN DANCE!
defense. Frye at the C25 and he ran it t

Colonial'Coleman southpaw didn't pass quarterback much., y ALL YOU CAN PLAY POOL!

but when be did he was extremely .

bit three out of four thrown for
78 yards. Hugglns: hit on IS of R@SFTRUSSES r I PRIZES!

I 28 attempts fur 119 yards.Standings. .


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1 1 1 EICIIERT ON THE MOVE George Eichert, described
Cow as 0.11I...*ek e 0 I 4 0 0i by Coach John Gaines as one of his top defensive

i All Games halfbacks, is shown carrying the ball Friday PANNING LUMBER CO.
night, moving around left end on both occasions.
I *- .. w.a: I..a; TI.1Cocoa & Shown making the stop in the top picture is Donald HEW U. 8. SOUTH INDIAN RIVER CTTT
I Frye No. 10 and an unidentifiable teammate. Co PHONE S87-MM
I Tiiu ru 2 I fws.s lonial's No. 84, Ray Youngblood la shown in pursuit .. 1

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October 24. 1W4 TWvtvm. (Florida) Star-Advocato Pap 1

Parkway Seventh And Eighth Aiming At Coral Miami Gables High, '

County Championships Defeat DeLaura I '* a ead AA Poll

MIAMI (AP) Miami Hgfc!
1r and Coral Gabtea remained first
By Don Hemke chalked up six points on a verse (Doff run failed) line and DeLaura was forced to Pirates, as on two occasions and second this week in The M>
Parkway Junior High Eighth plunge by Dave DeLong from DeLaura DeLong I yard punt The kick went to DeLaura long touchdown runs were called ami Herald's bleb school: foot
Grade gridders downed the De- the two-yard line. Previous run (Abbot run failed) 36 where Parkway took over. back. The first was a :s ball rank lg& .
Laura Junior High eighth grade ly DeLaura had gotten the ban Herman gained 12 and a first yard run by Ban In the first
eleven 124 in grid action Saturday at their own 30 It took: the Yardstick down at the 24; Kyle gained 12 quarter and the latter was a 90 Miami High, with a seawtt
night at Draa Field. Scotties from DeLaura J Just PJHS DJHS and a first down at the 12; Herman yard touchdown gallop! by Ken record of UW. lopped the lid
Parkway got on the scoreboard nine plays to march the 70 yards S First Downs 7 gained 5 to the 7; Herman Gilchrtst midway in the second with 174 points. Coral Gables lot)
first in the second quarter with most of the damage com M Rushin Yarkage 81 then gained three to the 4. Three quarter. lowed with a 144 record and
when Billy McClure scored ing on quarterback Abbott's 0 Passing Yardage 34 plays later early in the fourth r7JII 146 points.
from five yards out Previouslythe passing. The run for extra point 0-2 Passes (com-att) 37 quarter, Don Rogers stored defense Playing for outstanding the Pirates games were on Points are baaed on caliber
snap from center to the De- was short and Parkway held a 0 Passes Int By 0 from the two-yard line. The rm Mark Hoffman and Eddie Gor of teams played against
\ Laura tailback went over the 124 lead. S3 Yards Penalized 15 for the extra point failed out
I tailback's head and rolled to Next week the Parkway Seventh 0 Fumbles Lost 3 Parkway still had a comfortable don.Score Clearwater, with a 144 no
the 15 where Parkway recover and Eighth grade teams, 2-40Ji Punts 227H 134 lead.Parkway by Quarters 7 :0 12-11 II IIv ord, moved up Into third spot
ed. Four plays later McClure I both having records of three Parkway with 109 points followed by
then to 0006-6
proceeded DeLaura
scored on the quarterback wins no losses host two undefeated Parkway Pirate Seventh Jacksonville Lee, 41'at M
try an onsldes kick which they Scoring: Parkway Ball 27
sneak. The run for extra point teams from Central of points and Palm Beach High;
grade, employing a profitable
recovered the DeLaura '7.
yards enllswt't'p (Kyle run)
failed but Parkway had a 64 Eau Gallic in a game that will ground attack and a stingy dfense. > 5-00, at 83 points.
The onsldes kick was the first Parkway Rogers 2 yard run
lead as the first half came to have a effect on the county
great downed the Scottles of De- '
that Parkway had tried in the (Rogers run failed) The bottom half of the top !
the end championship. Parkway'sNinth Laura Junior High 116 In Junior Two of the onsldes kirks Parkway Arthur 44 yard il-fc
' game. was made up of: Hialeah -
In the third quarter after receiving will play DeLaura ninth
high grid action Saturday were recovered by a Parkway run (Gilchrist run failed) 77 points; Tampa Robinson, 4-14
the opening kickoff of team at DeLaura Saturday
grade evening at Draa Field. lineman and they had possessionon DeLaura Hartly 9 yard end 5S
the second half the Pirates night Parkway's freshman 69; Miami Norland S-14, |
Parkway got on the scoreboard both occasions. Two plays run (run failed) Lak
Forest Hill, 64 0, SI, and $
went 55 in 14 The team, current Seventh and \
yards plays.
,. .
in the first quarter when after recovering at the 4?. C .. ". Wales' 1-0.0. 47.
scoring play was a reverse Eighth grade champs have a Yardstick .. .
Mike Ball the fleet Parkway Arthur, the little Parkway half. ,, VI. '
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around right end with Jerry 24 record so far this season Pills DJHS -
halfback, galloped 27 yards for back, ran 44 yards around right
from the 11 and DeLaura Is also undefeated 7 National Football IMCJIM
Parker Downs
scoring 12 First
a touchdown around right end. end for the touchdown as Park. IIARDIN GAINS YARDAGE-Bill Ilardln playingan
yard stripe. David Poffs run for the fallback 0 273 Rushing Yardage 78 end is end for By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Bob Kyle, Parkway way led 11-0 midway in the position circling right Friday a
the extra point was short of the Score by Quarters: 7 Passing Yardage 34
the conversion to from Conference
ran give fourth quarter substantial gain following a pass completion Eastern .
line had 124 .. ... 066 0-12 7 33
goal so Parkway a Parkway Parkway a 7-0 lead at the end Passing Yardage Quarterback Charlie Hugglns. Making the stop is
lead as the third quarter end DeLaura ...... ..0006 first DeLaura got on the Scoreboardlate I 1.2 Passes 17 W L T Pct. Psi. o.
of the
quqrter Colonial No 20 Robert and Tom Wehner.
Scoring: Parkway McClure in the final frame when I 75 Yards Penalized 0 Lynch,
ed.DeLaura became the first club S yard quarterback sneak (run Late in the third quarter the Hartley ran 9 yards around 0-4 Punts 1.18 S-A Photo. Cleveland I 1 1 ..673184131St.
In three games to score on the failed) Parkway Buccaneer unit backed right end for the touchdown. I 2 Funbles Lost 0 Louis 4 J 1 ..867173171Phila.
eighth grade defense when they Parkway- Parker 11 yard re DeLaura up to its own goal Penalties proved costly to the 2 Passes Int By 0 4 1 0 ..571180133Pitts

1 4 t .421114 1"
ed at the C36.
Play By Play A pass was Incomplete but Dallas I 4 1 .333113130
Colonial was penalized five Washn. J I t ,386144140

Cntlnucd from page 8 yards for offsides. Hoggins New York I I 1 JI7 1717Western .
good Colonial 27. Titusville 0Huggins passed to Edwards for six butte
took Frazler's Lick fumbled and Colonial recovered Conference

oft at tie TS. reversed to Ward at the C2S. BalU lit m ml22
( .e who out to the T26.
ran Coleman picked up six and Los Ang. 4 2 1 .667171140
A pass was Incomplete and Titusville was penalized IS for Detroit 4 2 1 ..687113105Minn.
f Huggins passed to Edwards for personal foul, giving Colonial 4 1 0 .17117119
15 and Colonial lost 15 on a a first down at the CM Frye Green Bay 1 4 0 .421 142 ISI
personal foul penalty giving gained two but again Titusville San Fran. 2 I 0 .281 IS' 187
; Titusville C44 a first down at the was penalized IS yards for personal Chicago 2 I t .281 US UI

4!r- I foul giving Colonial another Sunday's RosvltsBaltimore .
Hoggins passed to Ilardln for first down at the T37.
four Ward gained three, a pass Keane lost one, G. Coleman 34. Detroit 0
it was Incomplete but Colonialwas !gained 12 and a first down at Washington 27, Chicago 20
4 J offMdes and penalized five the 176. Dallas 31, St Louis 13
yards giving Titusville a first Cleveland 4%. New York 20 ,
y Titusville recovered tumble -
down at the C32. a Los AnJtl'lel27., Green Bay IT I
tMk. at the TZ8. Huggins threw to Philadelphia 34, Pittsburgh II r
$ Frye Intercepted a Huggins'pass Ilardln for six but Tilusvtllo Minnesota 27, San Frail 22 "
but there were offsetting lout five on an Illegal formation

penalty flags. A pass was incomplete penalty. Throe pauses were Incomplete Neat Sunday's Games

Huggins was held for and Huggins punted to Cleveland at Pittsburgh I

no gain, Huggins passed to Frye at the C40 and he ran It St. Louis at New York
Ilardln for three and a fourth- back seven yards Brown pliked Washington; at PhiladelphiaSan
down pass was Incomplete, Colonial up 19 and a first down at the Francisco at Baltimore'
Mk. taking over at the C29. T3S. Coleman gained six and a Dallas at Chicago
.. 1 Harrelson picked up ,seven pass was Incomplete as the l Green Bay at Minnesota "'
fumbled and Titusville recoverI -, game ended. Colonial 27 Titus- Los Angeles at Detroit I
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KING AND QUEEN-Miss Donna Parker and Charlie Hugjjins pictured are last year'a royalty, Miss Pat Sturchlo: and David "
I were crowned King & Queen of Titusville High Friday night dur .ickson: S-A Photo. I 'I'i

ing homecoming. Miss Parker and Huggins are seniors.I Also i ..A:

Billy McKnight completed ,
Cocoa Surprises a pass to Sbotwell from 11 -
yards out with only minutes remaining

Cntinued from page Splay .

of strength against Evans Titusville'i in standings Terriers this weekend dropped START YOUR CAR! :

steals most of the spot. is they gave up their second I
light at least since Satellite loss of the season. Friday night .
took the weekend off. playing on Titusville's Draa ;
Keith Workman of Cocoa was Field, a homecoming crowd of :; I:4
first to hit the Scoreboard. He 4,500 watched the home team WITH A N
tallied on a two yard plunge get completely outplayed from .
that was setup by halfback Rich start to finish despite an types i
Shotwell's 35 yard run In the of Terriers trickery used from
second quarter Edgewater, trying the shotgun formation.The v'.A
to live up to their reputation Terriers still limping LOWCOSTLOAN _
sent Mike Rom off tackle with three first string athletes ww
for eight yards with only minutes missing from the squad, got
remaining In the first half within Colonial's 10 yard line
for a M tie after Cocoa had only one time Friday night 'Ic. family """. His '*".tl"' wife *.."
missed their first extra point however a pass on fourth down TOM KENNEY and their two urea, Thomas Jr., 6 end DudIs -
off the game as quarterback failed and Titusville's only pos
conversion. Randy Smith's point sible touchdown of the evening loy 4, live 'In Cocoa leach

after touchdown was perfect and folded. o former City Commlislonor/ Mayor
Edgewater took a slim one Big Donnie Harrelson. 190 TOM KENNEY
of Cocoa leach
point lead. Cocoa, after holding pound senior halfback was the FROM

Edgewater on several apparent main spark la Colonial's of. 'Ic "*"*. .* eve district, ." Air Lrae
touchdown bound drives, sealed TOM KENNEY
fense. But a 10-year-old 85 veteran end. h.aw.pill, and a Metro
off the game as quarterback year-old 85 pounder could have
performed almost U wen, since Dome graduate.

National Basketball AwxIatJofl Colonial's line, averaging nearly THIS BANK I Is a former member of the RCA.Capo Ken J
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 200 pounds per man opened TOM KENNEY electronics management.
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Boston ........... 4 0 1.000- Mays 190 pounder scored the In .1Id1.t vt figure your Auto Le.... Take. jvtt a ffw minute to dluvtt your needt, .......,"' ... fires
Cincinnati .... 3 1 .750 I opening pointer as the Grenadier get yew loan approved and yen save ewbttentUBy. Then you'll use dill mere
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Western DIvision Harrelson later buDed his way
St Louis ..... 2 1.000 around for 25 yards and another Cocoo Beach Stt Bonk.
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Baltimore ... 2 3 .400 1K ed pass accounted for the third TOM KENNEY pert Authority, and a member of MM I,..
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Saturn(. Results sect to place Colonial on the one
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Detroit 11$, New York 108, across giving the Grenadiers a Cwnty.
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St. Louis Itt. Philadelphia 86 and the most points TttosvOle
Sunday's Result' has had scored on them an sea TOM KENNEY IS YOUR NEXT CONGRESSMAN!
New York 108. Detroit IS son. i
North Brevard's Oldest and National Bank
i dodnnaU\ 109, Philadelphia emoarne's dedstve: 194 win Largest I I I
107 over Cocoa Beach insured the

Boston: 112 Baltimore 100 Bulldogs of a fighting\ chance fora .. FIRST Vole For Tom Kenney Democrat
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1. TIN..", (Florida) Star-Advecato Monday, Oc.... N. INS

I II II South's Gonna' Rise Again, "Bama Ready To

__ M Take On Anybody For Title," Says BryantAlabama

already acclaimedby 17.14 victory over Florida, In a issippi State Louisiana State nothing. rolling, is J-M.

Coach Paul Bryant as the game that will go down as one arid Auburn in SEC games, anda Alter Mlsstesippl beat LSU S7-3
best team he's ever tutored, is of the greatest gridiron classics grudge match with unbeaten In their annual blood match last Other SEC games Saturday

ready to challenge anybody for ever caused an usually reserv Georgia Tech in a nonconfer- season, Tiger Coach Charlie Me- pair Alabama and Mississippi

college football's national cham ed Bryant to call this the greatest enceaffalr. Clendon admitted it was hard to State at Jackson, Misty, and Auburn

pionship. team he has ever coached. With the Alabama Florida look at himself in the mirror the and Florida at Gainesville.NonConference .
Bryant whose Tide are now "Wintose or draw this foot- next morning.LSU games match
the overwhelming pick to win ballteam of ours takes the No game now history, the eyes of Georgia and North Carolina at

the Southeastern Conference % spot with me," Bryant aid. thd SEC switch a little farther battled to a M tie Sat. AthensKentucky and West Vir

I championship, says he knows It took a great football team to south to Baton Rouge, site of urday by rugged and improving ginia at Morgantown and Tulane

,. I that his team has shown him come from behind against Florists clash. This contest Is one of tie Tennessee, takes a 4-0-1 record and Virginia Military at New

that it can play with the best ." South's most vicious rivalriesand into the game, while Ole Miss, Orleans.Tennessee and Vander-

____ The Crimson Tide's thrilling Ahead of Alabama are Miss the record books mean which just can't seem to get bllt are idle.


CM_'P "

IttARRELSON halfback scored two touchdowns be-
STOPPED George Yardstick

:DSlchert, defensive halfback, stopped fore the night was over and lead both Different For Florida !

I :ponnie Harrelson on this play around teams in rushing yardage.-S-A Photo. Story InjuriesPut TH' tal

left' end. But, Harrelson, 190 pound First Downs Bushing 1 12
First Dawns Passing 4 I
First Dowse Penalty 8 a

Kink In Gator's Tail Auburn Total Plays Flnt From Downs 8.rtmm. 23 0 4U 11
ReadyBy Yd.. Gain 0crtmmat. 00 170Yds
. Lou' 1..lmm. 42 a.
Not Yd. Scrimmage J'7 23'
Passes Attempted 21 4
F. T.MACFEELY are recovering by midweek." riedly tried a field goal that linemen who really move out." Posses Gals Completed PU.IDI UI 18 T'SYds

It was a rugged battle as went wide, came because Steve It was a hard-fought game with Total Y4. Otfn.e 14' 817P.
GAINESVILLE (AP) Flori I ...... Intercepted 0 3Yds
nlnth-ranked Florida challenged Spurrier thought he had one good pursuit"Spurner RB In,. P..... 1 88
. n da's defeat by Alabama plus Injuries third-ranked Alabama. On the more time out. was described by Yd., Penallnd. 14 101

t leaves the Gators in loss threshold of greatness the FlorIda Bryant as one of the finest sophomore Kickoffs. t 0Yds 8
K. O. Reluro :IT
Otherwise the
than ideal condition for another Gators couldn't find the key. sophomore callers he'd ever seen. Punts 4 I

-- D' big football game this week as "I'm as proud of this Florida quarterback probably would Ids Punting Punt A.vl Rsture 88 0 47 80
4 they take on Auburn at home. have tried a pass on the preceding
Ir team as I have ever been in victory Fumbles 1.
"I believe Auburn was looking ," Graves said. "It was as play throwing into the BowlingWedatwiUr Fumbles Last I'IJIDtVIDt1tL

ahead a week," Florida Coach good an offensive effort as we end zone to either score a touch.

Ray Graves said about Auburn's ever hope to get." down if complete or stop the TU..llli
clock If Graves said. Meralaa; TrieHlrh
meaguer 14-0 victory over Southern incomplete,
It was the quarterback option But there was no thought by Individual cam*! Bill Rim. TrI.. Ogle Lost 34.0 Art.Wortham .
Mississippi. "Jimmy Sidle 1 0 0 a 1,0
Brown 221: AI Duane 224.
didn't play much, but he shouldbe play by Stwe Sloan, taking command Graves.or anyone else, to criticize high Individual ....Iul K. K.,- Ward 10 41 0 40 41
of Alabama after Joe Na- Spurrier. He played the entire bert, doll; B. Macho MT. Long 1 0 8 3.0Rlekert
1 0 I 1.0Huaglss
getting healthy again. baadlcapt L. 1
math wu retnjured, that carriedthe game on offense and Graves M61gb cam Gault 111 12 42 40 ".0
Alan Poe and Don Kncpp, Crimson Tide to the Florida said, "His play under pressurewas 565High (am* II.DelI.,1 L. Gault C.I.nl.1

Florida's two wingbacks were 4 and et up the winning 21-yard Incredible." 241.
both Injured In the 17.14 loss to Team V'.. Lc.itBrldim Nsmo Tri.. 0.1. Lass Est a,..
field :foal by David Ray. "It was a fine Alabama team,
.r- '" Alabama. Jack Harper, halfback "We couldn't seem to stop it," and a fired up Alabama team," Radiator 17 SWelKnlta Brows I 1. I 11 11.1
who had to sit out that one, is Graves said of the "He 10 10Mainolla Guy
oplon. Graves said. "We thought we belonged
Bar S
;ZIMMERMAN: IN THE CLEAR-Lar- Hugglns, however, No. 48 Ray Young- still doubtful this week. did just enough throwing to on the field with them Team No. 0 I 11LoOrango Coleman I 11 0 11 ',..0.
Harrel.on' II In 4 117
I :n. Zimmerman, Titusville's tight left blood caught Zimmerman from behind "There are others hurt," keep us off balance." and we think so again." I Team No. 4 Bervlcea T( 13 11 Mays 5 40 0 43.4

end, was In the clear on this pass com and hauled him down inside Colonial Graves said. "We won't know Graves said the apparent mix- In Birmingham, Ala Lynch 7 14 0 34 tSFrye

'pletlon from Quarterback Charlie territory-A Photo. just how serious these injuries up on the last play of the game, bama Coach Paul Bryant said, I See The 1 I" 1 3.0DeWitt
I are until we see how the players when Florida's Jimmy Hall hur "Florida has a lot of big, fast I a 0 1 I 1.7
Starling 4 11 14 4 1.0Keane
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Air Produols 1 18Geasrat First N.Uo..1 Ihonll 11 II1.Iae
Lynamlor I 11 Nw Furniture S I. ARE i SAAB To Choose From
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THE- FLORIDA SHAVERSERVICE =. :. yo U Lot: : SAAB I PIEDMONT.Easy T'.... Free Delivery
aw"L 434-4343 Met U,
120 Florida Ave., Cocoa,
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All Mahet Electric Shaver Service 1 STILL AUTO SALES A SERVICE Tel. n545
-Factory Trained Personnel i I ;' o MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

Part* In Stock-Samo Day fern

,]c. 14 Yaart ExperienceitSNOrtnge MISSING I I HUNTER
.., Guitars Drums Banjos, Etc
Orlando. GA 3-1145 = ... .. LINCOLN, MERCURY, INC. Cibion
Lincoln Continental Llncolr Ftndert, Grettch.Marrln
BOND-HOWELL: SllngerUnd, Rogert, Kay.
1207 N. Mille, Orlando GA J-0155 THE Salot perta Service
Mammoth Stock of Sheet Musts
LUMBER CO. ..;;;;...!...!;),.
New Smyrna Bach Good Uted Cart GOULD MUSIC CO.
North Florli. Largest Dealer BETTER : :. 1445 W. King Cocoa 434-1383 lOf King St., Cocoa, 47102111

Th....'* A Material Difference DODGECARS I BEAUTY: ACADEMY-

Your boat frlendi In Building OFFICE; SUPPLIES

DODGE DART Get In High Pty Bracket PROOUT iiirMCNi: :orrici co.
Enroll Anytime
:: earn HltntyllDg Nowr Complete Trained Partt Mechanics D.partm.nt .. -3n ias..r.sSSSSRrr Small Monthly Tuition TH Coons. Tllle tM-Mtl t1-MM

We have t aaleeman In Tltuevllto
Instltuto INDIAN BEAUTY ACADEMY three dove each week to nelp von
with Drika. Cbalre. rilln 8un-
2S04 McRao St. RIVER MOTORS 200 Willard, Cocoa 4I4-J210 plies, Mlmeoiraphe. atanllna: If achInea -
Steel CabtnaU. Typewriters
"; Orlando 424.9513SONOYUN 208 N. Orango CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT Addlnt Mtcblnea.

N.w Smyrna Beach PEST CONTROL

T IL. 4214404 Canaveral Equipment
Termite and Post Control
& Supply, Inca
L Walker Chemical &
THE PET SHOP Rented Salet Service Exterminating Co. Inc
1 16y 1014 So. Dixie Hwy Cecet
Sonotone of Orlando "Everything For Your Pot Scaffoldings

Murray S. Long Dltt. Mgr I MorrrM Inland, Ph. 434-WW Call Collect 434-1BO
SOI' N Magnolia, Orlando 4212101 Fancy Collart-Loathet-Teyt REAL
Budge, Fish, Puppies Suppllet JEWELERS Manufacturing

.; MR. BUILDIRI Ar. You .7. N. Orange, Orland, GA 3-1741 . . . .
PLEASED with the Quality of Joe E. Moore, Inc.

Wkf "Brtvard't Only Mfg. Jeweler"
OWENS TBRRAZZO. INC. III . . . i and Diamond Setter
fall Called RARE COINS New Mevntingi-Jewelry Repair
)!.. ..,... ...... O4 t-tMl Real Etttte Service
We Buy and Pay Mar All Work en Premltet
IU Harrison Cecea, *M4 }3
largott Stack et Celnt Around 101 Harriten-Cecea-4M3-077

Brevard County' Only Complete)
Move the old net into the kids room or den for added HARMONY IN THE bar the floor III.. to mutt Sewing Machine Center
of NIW SMYRNA your family and the parmeal pies Now Car Macblnea
Popped HOME. Now the whole family will be able to watch their favorite shows. {. suit your budiet Custom latrlora RepsIrrAawsorle.-Rea*
.. Call Collect 421-4131 are cur tpeclalty See u Eaiy: Builawl Tams
New Smyrna Beach Furniture Co., Inc. Color television prices start lower than ever now. .and like all your for .pars tlaanclaa saemules and nt-flneac-laa1 sod laeuraace. APOLLO SEWING CTR.Merrltt .

electrical appliances it costs you less to enjoy. Because the recent $10 million WYATT MOBILE HOMES Island Shopping Center
.. Morrlrt 'Island, Fla.
Interior 1J70 Dlxl. Hlabwar.Covaa .
a DecoratingWtlltoWall
Tradowind S) Carpeting rate reduction now makes the average price paid per residential. kilowatt M-1444 TIRES

.POOLS q Initallttlen hour 31% LESS than It was 10 years ago. MOBILE HOMES

Draperlet Carpetta I ALL SERVICE TIRE CO.
.. Florida, Inc. Home of Fine Furniture Baird Mobil Hom4M. Inc.
Peels .* IvorlatHng QuaNty Retrettling and Vulcantilnf
5505 I. Colonial Or.Orlando Drtnel and Pennsylvania With Over M New and Utedfa Passenger TruckEojvlpmont
s. for the bet in home entertainment enjoy 1
273.1012MaternaLane 721 Pelmette 4211011 i.- D' Cneete Frem and IIIfuatrtal
.- On Magic 3-AM/FM Radio Steno Hi-Fi,
Now Smyrna Beach tt"-" and Color TV. SEE YOUR DEALER. H Breverd't Largos Dealer AH Work C.*rantodIt

OF ORLANDO r 7-mJ. N. C..... U.S. 1, 4M-SI11 RMgewty Ave. Cocea 4M-U41

Contra! ,,,,Id.'a MettCemaltto Now Smyrna Supply Co.Bulldert ........ "1k4)4"rflm,1J..d.f: L :' EXPRESSWAY MOBILE WATCH REPAIRWM.

Maternity Shoos Lumber A Building Materials ... NOW. CHttft THAN 61111t I Watch
e..... s..... "Everything for tno wilder" M Medel M s II 2 Bedrwam Repaired to I to S din

ale Nears OmANO "fll. .. Dixie: Freeway at Canal St. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY Fully Equipped ChronoiTaphs or Complicated
....... t-TMt Now Smyrna Beach XX835t Watches Repaired on Premiioj;
"Oil .. ..t.GII ..... I can Collect 42e-tOJl I 1t11."N. FLORIDA t N. e* Cecea U. s.1 I 411 Brevird ATCBIMJ
lUlU' Tel. W-4911 Nut to P. 0.. Coco.hN .

Monday, October 24, 1N4 TitvivttU! \ RFt.rWa? $.r-AJ ocj Pap 11
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Brevard Baptists ilna.aa s

Beach Erosion Name Moderator Dr. ZukorAs .

Dr. Stephen H. Zukor, pas.tor 1 e
of Melbourne's First Baptist ((9 e

Hearing SetA Church since 1J1, was named
moderator of the 13,000 member
Brevard Baptist Association at Coupon Specials Good Thru WodnotdaySWIFT'S .
the 12th annual meeting of the
body last week
public hearing has been set yard County and such adjacent GOLD CREST
for Nov. 17, 10 a.m. at Cape shores as mAY be necessary, A native of Pennsylvania, Dr, e
Colony Inn Cocoa Beach, in the and conduct a public hearing to Zukor was educated at Georgetown fl ICE CREAMFULL
Interest of beach erosion control cover matters pertaining 10 College Georgetown, Ky.,
where he received the A.B. degree

hurricane protection and problems of the area.
related purposes for Brevard Beach erosion has beena and the Southern Baptist .
Theological Seminary, Louis $h I PINT lor
County. problem at numerous locations 2COUPON 27'
District Engineer H. R. Par throughout Brevard county for ville. Ky., where he won a doe.trate II ASSOITID( 'LAYOUILIMlt 31i
fat of Jacksonville has been directed years. Valuable upland proper. ( In theology, majoring I '
to make an investigationand ty and structures have been I In the history of preaching and
report on the shore of Bra.r damaged, or are now threaten. mlnoring in missions and soci
ed with damage.The ology. I CONTAC CAPSULES /
purpose of this hearing Is Before assuming leadership nf
o'I to discuss with local Intereststhe the Melbourne congregation be IN NEW HOME-The East Cent; .tl rn Suuth Washington: Ave. Pictured
'I beach erosion problems of served as pastor of the r Irs t Florida Regional Planning C->unt il ttbove is the council seated around its PACKAGE OF 10
for the first time in its hue conference table, S-A Photo.
Brevard County and to receive Baptist Churdh WUliamstown, met yesterday 7 9c
their views relative to the need I Ky.. and Colonial Heights Baptist new quarters, the Broyhill Building, a R9. $1.49
and feasibility of providing rem Church. Columbia' S.C. lIe
.. .
IL..1t t HMl MUM rCOUPON W.e..Ms
s t Improvements.All Interested parties are in I the currently Association.Melbourne serves Area as president Ministers'of Posf of f ice Records Large Gain In Receipts 1 1.4

vited to be or I
present represented
at the above hearing, including The Brevard Association is During the past eight weeks At the same time he indicated' '. year (totaled 120,723 compared to
property owners concernedand .one of the fastest growing districts the Titusville Post Office has recorded the growth had been 69 per cent $12.724 a year ago, or an In. aAaVITAMINS
representatives of Federal, : in the Southern Baptist a tremendous increase in for the period ending Sept 11. crease of M per cent.
1 Convention. Gifts to all causes I Receipts for the period Sept Wattwood pointed out that TV-
1i state, and
i agencies county and those of commercial by the member churches exceed.I business over last year. 12 through Oct. 9, this year totaled celpts for the fiscal year 1M4. MILES I W
civic and other interests. ed 1.833,159, an increase of near.ly Postmaster Herman Wattwoxl' 121.303 compared to $l4, which ended June It, totaled \ I I3B BOTTLE OF 100 166
1 announced figures that show a 235 a or a jump of 2pt'r
$700,000 over last year. Gifts year ago
Oral statements will be heard, $224,33 compared to only $185.- $2.94
52 cent Increase this cent Reg.
to the cooperative program of per year I
but for of record it is
acciuacy last for the four-week for the period from 937 the previous year or an increase U/1W
urged that all Important facts .the denomination reached $122, over period Receipts limn I VIM *MM Mil* WM
and arguments be submitted In 380. up from $93,000 last )'ear.i I ending Oct. 9. Aug. 14 through Sept 11, this I of 36 per' __cent._ n _

'" ,1 writing, in quadruplicate, since i Other officers who will servein UI(j COUPON EnDfampm;
the includethe
the records of the hearing will
.,........ ''--".-.: .J no be forwarded for considerationby Rev. Hugh Beasley, Cocoa, vice-: SCORE Hair Cream
I the Department of the Army, moderator; C. H. Kiser, Cocoa T 1 ELECTDEMOCRAT
TO ATTEND' DEEYA SCHOOL treasurer; J. Carl KIser, Rock. P
Mrs. Betty E. Scarbroughof ledge, assistant treasurer; Dr.
4'/J-Ox. Tuba
Deeya Cosmetic Studio at HAPPY James A. Sawyer, Cocoa, clerk, 59C
Nan's Beauty Parlor, will attend BIRTHDAY and Mrs. S. E. Henderson, Rock. i Reg. 98e
a Regional School conducted ledge, assistant. i
exclusively for Deeya Tuesday, October 27 Next year's annual session ; William H. "Bill"ROUNDTREE i 4UmN I vim. MN...*. Mm _. U/M
Cosmetics company personnel will be held
Oct. 11 at Cocoa ti
in Johnson City. Tenn., Monday Floyd Briggs .
Beach First Church, and Oct. 12
and Wednesday Mrs. Helen Kyzer at King Street church, Cocoa. COUPON _
Eugene Sego

TWA Safely Grandy E. Smith See The GROUP II COMB SET
Bettie Re Thomas
Floyd Strasbaugh Star AdvocateFor t Bat Qualified To Represent Jumbo Aitortnwirt a
Record At Wm. C. Orminston Your You In TallahauWPA. 12 All Combs rwpoM 13

Wednesday, October 21 ( for hr alit< Pomooratlo RiMUllv Commllt. et A lorooln et 2,.
MILA Is Tops Ann Mrs Radcliffe Andrew Cant Printing Needs! ? ,, r. Hi. W H, RouniUrM, Tn....> / CUotIIt with CMIIM MM W./.Ua.

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TW A's six-month MILA safety rB COUPON
record bettered the all-Industry /
average, it was announced by
R. W. Wilson, vice president; 1 COTTON BALLS
and MILA project manager.
The three disabling injuries 40% OFF Cownttlc Quality
Since March Statistically produced Jumbo Pockoa* 39 C
a figure of 5.34 injuriesper of 27St
million man hours as compared value I W
to the Industrial averageof ..".." a .llk MUM IHra W<4. */"

TWA C12. Is prime contractor to PRE INVENTORY SALE! grBfln>n COUPON {HtfiiWi!
the National Aeronautics and -

for Space base Administration support operations(NASA at) E1 TYPING PAPER ,

the John F. Kennedy Space Cen

ter on Merritt Island. 10 BIG DAYS OCT. 23rd. TO NOV. 1st. fcktrrf HKJH QUAUTT Svpor-Pok
"This achievement reflects 240 Slit**... 44CU
keen attention to sound safety tic value
policies and the close cooperation eLlM4 .IM MUM thru *. I./M
"of TWA and NASA personnel OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 7:30 A.M. TO 9 P.M.-SUNDAY FROM 1 P.M. TO 6
said Wilson. He commented
that "safety Is not a mysterious / COJI'O8'UG.PROOF .b

eating,obvious thing and, but sleeping and rather necessary, somethingas and must as Every Item (Over 12,000)) In The Store Greally Reduced To Thank You PAPER SHELF

be practiced 24 hours a day."

the Wilson safety noted committee the contribution of Local of Wonderful People Here in North Brevard For Best Builder's Supply's 3rd U Pommu PottGnordAiiottoo1 Colon 28

77), International Association of L hq. Itc
Machinists, to the safety record.C. '
I I Jmlt I w""Hft MUM Mw WM I/M
V. Carson, TW A'. MILA
Banner Year.
safety manager, pointed out
five essential elements of the COUPON
safety program: close coordination
with activities in all areas PAPER NAPKIN-S-
of operation; training and education -

in accident prevention; Just A Few Pm&... if1..
scientific application of safety
.. IIY" ,.,...
engineering principles; prompt ".,.... 2 for 13'm
Investigation and careful report I t.t..1724 <..
ing of accidents; and objective Of The Thousands L' R E E ... .. f .lilt l __ ,... -. It/ll :
analysis, dissemination and use h. ,
UP TO 331fit OFF "'nH JTK JHL TP TOt flJCTBBTtffff ,1tm!JT1T JTH JSV 3VJI. a :
of accident statistics."In :
the final analysis" said Of Hems!
Carson, "safety is an individual ARSONSAMMONI mJj
responsibility and a good safety HOTPOINT AND RCA WHIRLPOOL
record requires 100 per cent effort .
by all personnel at all All tools, power tools, \ I L Famous Sudsy I
times." REFRIGERATORS FuH PIm ,,'- 12'
garden supplies, garden PORTABLE RKJ. 17clilMII

bulbs ;:I I .... __ r... Ww. MMuraraivi
garbWASHERS --

TELL age cans, ladders, ex DISHWASHER I coui'ON; cigMtfitg

iizc THEM tension cords, mailboxes DRYERS PINE OIL Disinfectant


I ELCOME galvanized pipes (all Fun Pint- 23 ( '

d Regulu$139 R*?. 3e
t WAGON sizesplastic) pipe and
.......* I VIM MOM* Mmff ..d. I4/lN t
. V M fcrnOr *>(w kMM
vrtv4 r..11. :.,wM.eltr Man fittings, Valspar paint, TIT*m fflT TB 1 TH CT-T1!fTK ITff Tff TH TP,
II M tm about Wdcent-
wars.lab HI W MlftiM' rWIHti ceiling tile, iron columns YEARS SUPPLY OF DETERGENT COME IN p-ia-a-ja' g COUPON j .
tilt twaat aI | aid !III"""dhtonsalaa
.. .... I alebd aI Se ... plywood, lum AND REGISTER
-a kieal..t DURING THIS SALE!
N alb wW ber NO OBLIGATION! 0 Pamws Cthsgloq.
::: I etc. lit Feed 10Q.fr.Wrop-Tel 23 C

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,just secured work al the Cape : ."c oTII...._.,..or ni i11If'ririiit stwr in

h Palm Harbor Bellwood I and the couple to looking for a No I. 117t.miillariir('b.pl'..r with Number Hour:W&liitl.
I place to ttv*. Lan of norm Atl. of mi, the
I y V.,. Yrk Simnwns on ih Indian River at River pilaj 1 for five days Hes/ at : David Macho, sot of Mr. and ldnlnwl of Ib. will Circuit.1rI.ter Court with In Br.vtrd lhawk ..
Resident of Ueiewpine who I HarK "ulrvard la BeUwond i "home now and feeling better CauBty riorlda' upon,,rocrlot
t thi..otl.
spend their summers in the cooler Mr and] Mrs David Baker !I Mr and Mrs James King of I Mrs Walter Macho at Befiwood, .of 'proof.. lb.of fullowlnx publl.nlli.o fkllllou.wnr. .
climate northward are now visited over !the nnsfcaad. Rt hove gone to the family's hometown la wll, B rl" Im..r'' l. 11 IBwMck .
InStelnhatchee 2 TitusvUte recently had a* I I .. ..op.1U! "b.rbu.h.a
returning to their home in that I! Fla, In die hone their guest Mrs King's saner. of Barberton, Ohio for a kiulMM Tttnivlllt. norMB -
nun .... lluil ..... .....u...<.
ii community sevia and a ofIf Freddie fltatfry Mrs Clayton Raw enfl from two-week vacation. David will I I .... th. oat tier.0... IntonwtMl la
oi half miles south of T TtovvUle! and and ... ....__.
i I family with Ute R. VOrwns Davenport<< Fla. and James Edwin .d
; visit friends and relatives la DBM4 .t Tllu.vlll.. rtorld' .
I for the much milder Florida j
f I II i Saturday afternoon the and Betty King and SOB, ltoll MU day of October, A.D
winters t i Bakers were in the town of fir Mitch, of Orlando. Barberton and engage in Ms favorite I-c
I Mrs. Nina .hast and that sill sport duck hunting. Bn alcwun
Fielder who ry -port Perry I I Oct, :M, Nov. :, > th 'Muni I lea
been a resident of Detesptne for has flood waters left over from A very and Carolyn !Short from The season opened Oft M, and

I the past 13 yean, says that in hurricane Dora. San Antonio, Fla, daughter and according to David's mutter, he Printing Needs!
the late '40* Dcleaptne was occupied I. eon-N-law of Mr. and Mrs. Alex I
Fred (Shorty) Rood. of sacrifices a summer vacation See The
: predominantly by W eat Cannon of Palm Harbor, willbe ,each in order to enjoy the
I Virginia lamU..... The trend Palm Harbor/ .his been a patient moving to this area in the i duck bunting of winter Star Acivocare
1 started when Mrs. Eva KeeUag In Jess Parrtsn Memorial Hos- I near future Young Avery has .
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and her brother bought a tractof
y,, a land In Defespine, laid it off
In lots and began selling to
friends and relatives living in

West Virginia, who wished to
have homes Florida.To .
make it even more homey,
t Yw the streets were named for the (
Aro old home town In Dunbar, W.

I CKTTlNt; : ; UKAUY: "- An earth plans) will soon be submitted to the Va.The Dclcsplne settlement faces w

?hovr from the xthuol maintenance .Stale:: Department( of Education: on a on what was formerly the old You
department IN shown leveling the technical! laboratory building a physical Capron Road and between 10 *
J irrwind at Hrevurd Junior College' In education building. The and IS families originally from
e jWeparatlon for the construction of square/ footage of the three building,* West Virginia still maintain
: three! bufldlnir on the already over. should triple the ,size' of the present homes there. Among them are Invited To
It i crowded campu According. / to Dr. J. InKt.ructlQnallpllce/ on campus, according the J. R, Coffmans, Mrs. Eva
: 1 Urwe Wllnon, colleiro president, final to Ur. Wilson Keeling the Harpers and John
sons and the Carl Window.
Tho Coffman and Windon families CITIZENS BAND.
. Johnson, Assi9n' To Cocoa FIG Office the Contributions Department as have already returned for I ,
". I an Account. Examiner before the winter months.
: 1.11)0) Florida Industrial CoinmisNlnn cent of ijnwn payroll, A fouil- transferring to the Field ServIce Mr. and Mrs. John Simpsonare

0 advisee, that Earl 1)I new may also !become liable adding a bulkhead and fish. Diamond Anniversary
: with only eight> weeks with four Senior Field Deputy Lee Y to enhance their home
jfilmmm hM l hl'4'n nncntly ant <> ing pier
a 1rp
employers If quarterly payroll ('undcrltate.. that while the r
*m'l( to the Cocoa; Unomploy-. exceed. $0,000; or by suucwilon I Deputies are given specific as. CelebrationIt's
:1 ifti'in GomiXTiNBllon) Yield' Offlpg to make
to a liable) bUHlmssField alignments liability '
S us Field Deputy, The office determinations and other investigations
li Il'IC'lItl'dllt' 12 South/ Florida Deputy Johnson, who DON'T J

:j V IfcftklrilKO Plata, RokJil2 ., arrived/ here Oil 1 I. 194, In a be available, the to Field assist Office employ.will NOVEMBER 2 THRU 6 ,
J 1 <'. native of Milton Fla. After
ers in all matters pertaining to
: |The Held JII'I'urtrnl'nt l | of the graduation from High School the Unemployment Compensation Our 30ih ANNIVERSARY
.; uilfitfploymcnt there, ho served four years In Law. 4ia
: Compensation
the U.S. Air Force during the
S Division work directly with cmitfoyers He advises that employers are
Korean conflict Johnson earned
of tho area on all mat. Invited to call RMMMS l or contact
his college degree at Florida
1 I IJPN romcinlnK UnvmploymontJtrtipcnHatlon State University where he majored him direct at 1253 South; OPEN HOUSE
: ( Tax Florida Avenue if problems I
in Government and Busi

JKvwy: employer who employs fleas arise t y a The Directors, Officers and Staff Cordially I
l fyifrtir moos employee. during lie operated his own accounting > :
I Miy 20 weeks of tho calendar firm In Milton before JoinIng Printing Needs! Invite You and Your Family ,

t y ht! Is liable to pay Unemploy. the Industrial Commission, See The 6 To Participate In Our
inept 'omiH'iisiitlon Tax bused lie was first assigned! to the 1r Gala ColebrationI
i ji,1.*ilio.' standard rule of 2.7 per Tallahassee Central Office In Star Advocate
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tm1DA Notice' II hereby given that n WANT AD RATH GIRLSI 30 volume Priced low it

LAIIt..' public bearing will ba bold In tho DEADLINE -.alw" Dajr Bafora set with two MvtiMtarlea $27,500 wiUMtpap_ terms.
iirB or BILE nioi County Ceaaariaalooan Room. W i. AFTI. -
STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT Court Mourn, TUoavtlle Florida alIS 11 A K. For Mo.. (also 10 volumes of children' HELP WANTED Ill-17 acres heavy producing .
Of FIA>IUDA. aa A,..., ot the :Stt O'clock. A.M., November' It S eoata par wordUlalmun classics). In excellent eon
tut of JlorMa, 1SC4. to hear objocttona, If any. to Chirti aoo cMlon. published by CoWer ASSISTANT MANAGER train grove with be.utlfuUT
FatltloDorMARTHA tba aaiabUihmont of a Bulkhead ALL CLASSIFIED AM landscaped two rtOl'7l1om..
y. Llna aa abown and ooecrlbed. ...- PATABLE IN ADVANCE phone 26TJ6S5 after six week Se. prefer man with military Located close to city Umlti

F. COMCLINO at al, I low' Bioopt Ellabll..... AooouoUClaaiinad de,.. service behind Mm. Excellent City water and sewers
NATIONAL BANK future prospects. 60
MOTWB Or DOMAIN PROPERTY Dlaplay Rita available. Thli I large eittt
GUNS Minute Cleaners Plrue Plata
Available RoquiM ,
PKOCnDINO: BRBVARD COUNTY.' FLA oa can be yours with 29%
IN TKC NAME AND BY THE PROPOSED The Star-Advocate ronrvoitbi
AUTHORITY OF THII 'TATEor DESCRIPTION: prlvllta of nvtalna1 or ro 730 South Dixie CAREER OPPORTUNITY In down and balance Ifr

FLORIDA. A bulkhead. II.. In the Indian Sorting a a 'y adrortlmnant Tituavllle area. for sales type years______
TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CON. I River lylm la cl... proximity to which It dooms objMtloaibla Old U. S. 1 person who can pass preset
CERN. and to.1I prraona andpartIa' Iba weelera ehorollno thereof and and to cbanio Iho oliMlftcKlon J 120-Approx. t acres off Car.
bavin* or elaimla any llelll, of aay advartlaamiat from that ectlon tests. Some college
mora particularly doacribod Indian River Soutl
right tltla I I''t. oatata moit- I lit followi: ordwod to conform to tba polIcy I City preferred. Ace 23-40. call W center ::::,11pe':'.
It... or otbor hun to or IB the I From the Nortn U Corner of of this O.DOr. 7900 between 1-7 Met Lake acre wit
paroola of land hereinafter d... I IcPlb04. .... S5, Twp a So. Rn.. 34 E, The tIt..Ad..I.11 not DAVENPORT, flex.steel cocoa Life.EXPERIENCED. p.m. 29r: down, balance: over Useats.
r ropolitan
and the tollowlnl varaonotorothor I Brevard County Florida run S.* ... raiDomlbla for mora this > ( color excellent condition, .
with all uaknowa ....0.. .**-St' E, fXIM ft. along the uni Incorrect Iniortloa nor wlU .. I,5Kh5 -
claiming br, throuih or undar north line of laid 8M So. Twp :21 It ba llabla for aay error IBadvartlnminta $60 Studio couch Simmons STATION attendant .
known porioaa who .... dud or I .o, Ra. $0 K.: and its ..ute.lyprolocUoa to .. en. makes Into twin bed vet apply I South Hop. 127-10 acres located lets
wbo ..fO not kaowa to ba doad I Iallv. for I.O' than H mile from new I-S3
or a polnt-of-bogln- font tha* the the nose* clean $30; coffee table, wa Una. Jack's Gulf.
: Los. said point lylm ooouplcd by the Item I* Uaadvortlaimint. at $500 per acre Cub.
I .l'fl.r nut round tilt $10.
SECTION' T0230-34W STATE or loss. from the :::; top
ROAD S (l- 6l BRCVARD approach oa tho .,..te.a ihorellneif AU Dipariminli: .,e.1I to appreciate con ESQUIRE TRAINING 111.1-10( acres In Indian River
COUNTY NAMES ADDRESSES: tho Indian River; thenoa S. 41* 1100 dltion. 117 Thornton. 26f- 622. PROGRAMA
HopkIns Ava.
Oraca Klilda JT-44" K.. Park located went of Indian
I 1.4SSOO ft; thence S Dial 5074711Otflre finishing school for men and
P. O. Box U SO-M-44' E, 190600 ft. River Plantations and
Moab, Utah I S 13--40--44' E. 1170.00 ft.; thence thence Houra S:(K> to I'30 ELECTRIC: SHAVER service on boys of high asplrationa and priced
RD 15(1. lIP 1 1SL.l I B JV-3T-U-. lIlt ft.. thence 8. llalllnf Addroia Drawar ATltuivtlla. all makes. Jay Bee Jewelers the social and business world at $SIlO per acre. 21*

Join C. Ki.liJa S'-eT-H" Weet 1.'41.00 ft.: thence ria. Indian River Plata.REPOSSESSED Many opportunities for grad down, balance i years.
P. O. Box 86 S. i'-iT-M W. 1.S3U ft to a .
uates. 267 MOO.Wanted ( .
Moth, Utah point on the aaaterly projection. SPINET 410 Zoned R-S 100 feet I
SRO 1511. int. US.I of tho south lino of Oov t. Lot a.
John Klalda. Jr. Seo. 1, Twp :n So. Rn.. M E Midpoint Special NoticeBuild Save over $200 on thla piano Licensed 100 feet. Total price (MOO,

P. O. Box UMoab lying a. SS'-Ha'-ll' E. StMOl Take up payments. $:jooo down, remainder negotiable.
Utah ft Merrltt bland from the South- KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC .
SRD 151.1. 1692. IMt weet Corner of laid Oovt. Lot a. self confidence, Improve Real Estate Personnel _
W. Tropic 26743U
Loul. KUIda LE8S and excepting that portion
P. O. Box MS ot tbo above described bulkhead your )ob efficiency and be hi I4.VsM,54a s.m S3A-U. S. No. I frontage at
Jd oab, Vtab Ina lylnc In and between Lbs OLD NEWSPAPERS. suitable t. Lots, Homes, and acreagi $30 per foot with open
InU 16t.1. 16U. 1511.I north and south PI.b..f....' understood by others through In packing and moving furn.'rflno"'r terms.
Etta Mia Faitoa lives of the Indian Rlvar-Orilno only tip If they bring back coma ch.tnge.1t flth. 2. Low Down monthly terma;
P. O. Box US Causuwa,. aa abown oa tba survey better listening, thinking and protect
... end furniture when 3. Big earnings .
Cloburna' T. plat 375-U S. No. I. M ft. frontage

RD 1591. 15 A 1MJ SURVEYORS CERTIFICATE speaking painting, etc. Big bundle Joe 4. Paid x 133 If..". Scott-

Oortlo. O. Bos U BattarP. Mi .d I Bulkhead hereby certify Line that tha Includ- Animals For Rent Circulation depi. at Star ImmediatelyIn moor $1MQ Ciih.
Noah, Utah by Howard Naedlea waaprepared How much $1000, Nol.! $800T, --- Advocate, rear of building. the Caps Kennedy area

IRD USt lilt." m. Timmen and Bergendoff and la FRENCH POODLES, pure-. HOUSES FOIt HINT 804-CENTRAL LOCATION..
Robert A. "attar trua correct. to the beat of my No!; $100?, No!. breds. $30. 2674072. :'I1ntu ilili. FURNITURE DISCOUNT Call Chuck Ritter PR ft on northbound UNo. S.
knowledge a BEDROOM house
P. O. Box A6Jloab. SALES. Mattresses offered at
Utah H, D. Bertoua Data 10..... Simply through membership ina ed, in Indian River City area. 1, 115 feet deep Zone
PINTO MARE for aale, $123 warehouse prices. See us today Collect
'RD IlLS II1t.1 15L1 H. D.. Bertoua da Survoyora : B R.Ilee home could be
Nancy M. Saarltht R.gn. No. m Toa it masters Club. Phone 267-2017 after I p.m. nice reildentlal streeta, I13J 2111 Garden St. Nld 1 783-6U1 converted. Ample, parkin
154 Grand Street FORFlorida National Bank monthly Sydney Schwartz, Shopping Center. 2679713 or
Council Blutfa, Iowa and Trust Company at Miami, Visit your local Tituavllle Boats For Salt 1411 S. Hopkins, 267-6100. 267-1926. -- .
IRD taU Florida COOK. EXPERIENCED:: : openIng 6.'I2-rOR RENT. fnmmef.rial

10"011 ttkou E Church Dean 81.Downs. Orlando Truntee. JOS Toastmasters Club Wednesday WHISPERING HILLS 2 bed. BARGAIN HOUSE apply In person, Sands building on U. S. No. }.

P. O.. Boo Ijtsb8RD 685Moab. All interested pereona may Florida appear WE WILL SELL room 2 bath, electric kitchen New and Used Furniture and Rentaurant 31B Washington $130 monthly

H. II1t.1 II1t.2. m.. and be beard .1 tha time aad nights at the Chanticleer YOUR BOAT fenced yard, furnished appilancea. We buy, trade and Avenue.
Mary Klalda Tltkoi plica named abovaBy $225. unfurnished 200. S<*en 867- OO ft. U. S. No. 1 front-
Order of tha Board of Inn or call 287-5709 267.6117 sell. Refrigerators $21 and
P. O. Box (85Moab or ON CONSIGNMENTCall by 636 NEED TWO llreimvd salesmen ate north of TttusvlDo. im
appointment. Cocoa
County Conimissi oneBrovard up guaranteed 2510 llopkln
for Real EMate office.
Call .
UtahIRD II1t.1, 11.... 156.1 County, Florida' October, 1M4. or 267-51)1 after S p.m for M $Information 5884 Ave., Phone 2674708. Open front font Hat tome 11ft.prov.m.nt.
JOE H, : Mr. Luck. Ray Carpenter ..
SECTION: 70230-J40S: B TAT BROAD : WICKHAM. Friday sigMa until .

SRD Wo. Utl 19X IMS COM MISCIONERE 1103 Garden St. U744U U.S. 1, prime location cat FOOD STOREROOM clerk
Day 267-6808 I frontage In BeBwood
HAUL, ROUTE lIR :VARD COUNTY. FINE WATCH and Jewelry repairing
HAUL ROUTE FOR BORROWPIT FLORIDA. Night 2(71399ALCOIIOUCS 2670010 or 2G78M.6; Jay Bee Jewelers over 21, with experience preferred : Choice site for filling sta

NO. U LEFT OF STATION (SEAL) ANONYMOUSIf Building & Const. Indian : call Mrs. Santos, 267 tlon. Priced low at ITS per
S2W+74J1 (PART) Oct 13 IS. M (Mon ''". ROOMS FOR RENT River City, Indian Rlv 1241. ,
That part ofi you want to drink, that's your er Plan.SEWING foot, gat down,

Tba NW14 of NEK West at IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Ol busln SI. If you want to stop NIDY CONSTRUCTION rent ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen MANAGER TRAINEE. Will
Intarrtata Highway SS I. THE: NINTH JUDICIAL CIR. drinking that's our business. dentists, commercial and r*' MACHINE repair, allS T70-Motel, site adjacent to
Beotlon 13. Towaihlp n South, CUlT. IN AND FOR BREVAKD : modeling. U years I in Titusvllle. privileges, TV and washer makea. Phone 267.>20o. start .. drug clerk. Drug and new IM interchange. Till.

Ran 84 Eaat, COUNTY FLORIDA. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or i Licensed and bonded. AM 7-&!83 after S p,m. sales experience preferredAse large tract hat 300 ft road
foot oflloa IN .
South and within SO CHANCERY.
lylnt THE: NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DUPLEX LOT $350 cath 267 21 U. Apply In inTnon Il'IInl.nd l I. ITT ft
Phone AM 7-232. dee-s
a deacrlbed aa tollo : Commence Caw No. 288&21I1'IT OP FLORIDA ROOM FOR rent with kitchen fir ;
IN AND Elliott Mr. Stinger
oa the South boundary of TO Fonr.ri.owitARTULEN 0831 days, nlghta 867-tfln. or Priced at en,000 with large
FOR BREVARD: COUNT. 2670618 before S ...
action 13 Towniblp 21 South OP AdRKEMKNT Eckerd Drug. Plrtls I lata.
Ranio 84 Eaat at a point 417.46 ton DrtiWOTUK FLORIDA In Cbinnry BusinessOpportunities after I, 267. W6. Help Wanted down ________

feet Waat from Iba Soutboaat corner lop |ClOt No 3>>MT I ROUTE POSITION available m-t.AKEVlEW HTUJI Attractive .
thereof, run tbonea North J HILBERT SAPP INC.PROFIT MAID SERVICE and TV also with the Miami Herald
WEBB A KNAPP INC., a Do). SSESha bedroom bat
of aware cnrpuntloa. end CHEMICAL apartment for :a or J. 827 Phone Mr Bartelson at 267em. .
brtlnnlnc. run tbonea a Florida Corporation home South
Klnt charm drama, clothes modeling l. overlooking
Ot' Washington. .
Wait S7 2S foot to Plaintiff.
FOR LEASE in Immediate
tha Northaait oornar of Borrow y.. TRUST COMPANY, a Now Tort and photographic modelIng Lake. White terrino floors
Pit No It and tba and ot saId VENSON SWANSON, at u banking corporation. area excellent service sta LN PRIVATE home (for refine NOW FORMING. t MANAGER TRAINEE To Weatlnghouie central heal

line; .. al. Plaintiff, lion high alienage good lo air conditioned TV 5300. and Air conditioning, ran"
person start In department
(oitoitiio' .... aore mora or lent Defendant. cation. Excellent terms. In. .
OWNED BYI JOHN KIBIDA. JR STATE OF FLORIDA ACME WELLPOINT or FLOR. -.9 Dew 2673QU6. Sales experience' and know. and oven. 13.1M., $4*
and wlfa QUACK KISIDA ROB. COUNTY OF RREVARD IDA IMP, .11..1 oorpnrilon.BLKNARD quire P. 0. Box 1208 Mel PIMA' HELP WANTID lodge of tackle preferred but down (no down VA) with

RT A. BATTER and vlfo TO VKNHON SWANSON and HARKIET bourne. SLEEPING ROOM, single 01 not required. Ate 21-33. Apply EllA termi
GERTIS) I,. BATTER, MART SWANSON his wife, ..b.... roil- BLANK MILDRED BLANK. double private entrance and Wanted.Hoiteues
KI8IDA TITKOS and huiband doses and post offlco addreao I* LEO BLANK L D. BRADLEY. Business to welcome In person lo Mr. Elliott orMr. 107-Wei) located home. Close
JOSEPH TITKOS; LOUIS KIS unknown tat lo DAVII ELLIS dbL.. 1>. BRADLEY AND AH.BOClATEg. PropertyBEST ._b.Ut. 267 0908. Tltuavllle newcom Starmer, Eckerd DruPlrtle <.
IDA and wife JOAN C. KISIDA and ELLItT. bli ..".. wbowroaldanca BURNUP A SIMS era, Florida Greeting W.I'lulint Plata. to public and ParochIal
SUBJECT TOI MORTGAGE recorded and post offlca .4d.... INC. a Florida corporation. CANAVERAL STORE location :2 BEDROOM utilities maid la expanding In lt school TTirdwtxvJ floors
la O. R. Book M], pan la unknown HOME SITES: INC aFlorida ; ocean service reasonable. 267-4103 dignified itml-clvl MALI OM PIMAir rioted In Fit room drape
I In favor of KATHERINE B YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED corporation, FLORIbASTEEL Improved Iota; lUll duplex 51
HATCH and huaband ROBERT that II lull baa hoes filed : CORPORATION a Finn.. sites: easy terms: phone ROOMS WITH bath, TV. air position, Initiative more Important Included. Priced 114.800
T HATCH JR; and MORT. a.I.1t you 10 the above entitled Ida pn.allan, JEREMIAH S.OUTMAN Tltuavllle. than builneia train EARN $20: per day or more li a lisno down and $10J pe?
GAGE rooordod ta O. R. Book cause, and that you sri required CEDRIC J. JANIEN. Kuettner 267-1481. conditioned for Mill workers log as we train Auto permanent route work Will montll,11I'1I. Shown b,
S42. paaa' 13 \In favor at BTTA to file your anewar with the Clerkof and -- J.tliN.JiI" wit.If .. $30 weekly, double; $23 single you. trait man or womaa If Ine*. appointment
MAEPAXTONTAKE this Court and to aorvo a copy mirrlid. Camping HuntingCAMPER. Meals available. Phone 267B742 necesiary 'Phone 267 711
NOTICE bet a Pooler thereof upon tho plaintiff or BROOK NATIONAL' BANK a between 11-30 and I:00 p.m. perlenced. Write Mr. HEATHBox
*tloa of Taklnabaa boon flied la plaintiffs attorneya wboee name national binklna1 norporstion Mila Motel Rte. 1 southof TIM. Memphis S, Tenn. 114-Need a furnished home

tba above-itylad cauea by be is ITWANN AND SWANN. 17 IRVING MILLER FRANCES REASONABLE. See new causeway. LADIES WHITE, telephonework with low monthly paymentiT -
Petitioner, the acquiring authority South Magnolia Avenue. Orlando MILLER OERALD ORSOCK, at second home north ofKelly' .:.- Then see this wet.
of (6... proceeding. of lb. tek- Florida not later than NovemberS. SOUTH PATRICK UTILITY $1250 PER PERSON.per week experience not nee Lost
ln( of tha abova-doacrlbod landa. 1IH4 If you tall to do la, a Do CORPORATION Florida oorporitloa. Block plant. Mlm eaaary. day or evening. Salary caredfnlb.drcwom, bath
for tbo purpose oat forth la the area Pro Confwio will ba entered RALPH A. SQUIRE. Rocket Motel Mimi, phone I $125 hour. Write Box BLACK PATENT leather band home This completely furnlnhed -
Petition in this cauoa, vie.. Aa bor I ...Ia.t you for tha relief demanded THE TAMO-LARK CORPOR. Child Care 2673007.SLEEPING. per home Includes TV
row pita and baul routea for a portion In tha Complaint.. This molt la ATION a Florida corporilloa. A-2. Star Advocate. bag with green billfold. Frl-
of Stita Road No. t (5.99) In to foreclose an Agreement for UNITED STATES or AMERICA : ROOMS and ef day at Draa Field, reward, set, air conditioner, refrigerator
66 river 4 County Florida, and that Deed The real property proceeded PHILIP UKSANER MILDRED BABYSITTING IN mf home. flclenclea for rent. Ml Orange RECREATE YOURSELFwith K1K49.PAIR ete The total priceIs
tba Honorabla Vassar B Canto asalnat I.: UBSANER. SUMNER 1: Lakefront Estates. 267-6J07. Audreaa Career Finishing a low fin.000 with ".1.3.
005 of tb. Judfea of the Circuit Lol.. Block B. Oramllns WAlTZ and REX FRYE. d/b/a St. 267-3400.:
Court of lbs Ninth Judicial. Circuit Park, In aoordanoo with tba WAlTZ A FRYE, ItOlS CORPORATION. fenced School Become confident, TINTED: presrrlptlnn. gist monthly Includes all
.f Florida, will oa tha 1Mb daY Plat thereof aa recorded In a Now Tor* corporation, KIDDIE KEEPERS AIR CONDITIONED MOTEL polled succeiiful. Woman set, poitofflce lobby Wednesday -
of October A. D. I.... at S:10PM Plat Book II. Page 40. of and all parties olilmlnt by. yard 287-9570. room. Reasonable Call 167- hood developed to perfection night AM 7-44I1 Reward Kit-Large 1 bedroom t bath'
.. la tba Braver CountyCourthouoi the Publlo Recorda of Bravard Ulroll.II, under sad against 660 267.Uoo. home on attractive Mendel
at Tltuavllla. riorldi.conaldor County Florida.ITNESS above named corporate aid Inaiv- For Rent 4103.
said Declaration of T.k. MY HAND AND oil dofindinla, and all oarnHia Lane Many extras with
In,. appolat .0pr.l....., and ", ski SEAL of this Court at Tltnevllle. flrmi sad corporation bavlni, or STORES FOR RUNT MALI HtLr WANTED Mobil. Homes this prooMrnad home. Only
uoh Order aa tba Court ....... Florida this lad day of October, claimIng aay right (IIUi mate. $13.350 with $13 proper. AU partloa to tba suit and A. O. 1.... Hen, or Intimt 1.:1I:1t: : followlnadMurlbad TORRENTfloor NEW STORE building for of. X TRUCK"DRIVERS: "needed. Shown PT appointment
alt partita intereited nay appear Curtis R, Baraea usda flee or business. 13x60 ft TRAILERS FOR ALI
and ba. hoard at tho llmo and By V. S. Spinilar la tbo County at Drmrd Panning Lumber Company, :I
piece, daalnatod. Court 90.1)SWANH and the State of Florida, to-lt: Sanders. erIFactory Heated and alrconditlooed mile south of Florida Wonderland US-Enjoy: 'luxury In this 4
Too. and aa h of you sri feeroay AND SWANN The Couth 210 fact of the NE oommajided I aopoar by ((11sfas ; IT South Mignolla Avanut the SEH: of Sictlon :II, Townihlp
Answer to It Petition berelo- 0.1..do. Florida M South, R.n. 17 Kirt. .... tha FOR RENT or lease store NATIONS Forest huh built \br eM
for filed In this cauio In tba entitled Attorney* for Plaintiff I Mouth 110 fiat of that part of V.SOovarnrniat FASTEST growing New and Used Mobil. of oiir leading' builder" *.
Court oa or before November Oot a, U, 10. M (Moa ) 1M4. Lot S of beeline Si Baldwin Shopping C.nter apace 20 i 60 ft. or suitablefor food chilli, has aeveral ope- Priced .t tZl.too with 10%"
Towaihlp M South Ranii itNi.t. office. Located Magnolia Homes
IS, 1M4. to show what rlsbt.tltla Ings In the Tltuavllle area,
Intoreit or lien you. or so, lylni out of the sinus APARTMCNTI POR HINTS Plaza 1123 monthly. 507.192*. Permanent Orlando 277-0871 down. __
position lib- -
of you. ba,. la and to tba above- I River la Brtvird County, riorconlalnlnc "., very
.....rt..d landa and show cauM H4 sane mora or -... BEDROOM, unfurnlihed. air- WAREHOUSE FOR RUNT era! company benefits, good 8210 E. Colonial Drive. M9-All new 4 bedroom S
why tha aame should not ba tabLefor Printed Pattern LIfeedaale.ROTICS starting salary, mist have
home In excellent lo-
tho u... and ou..._. eel forth or Silt conditioned garage atovs and
high school
In tha Petition filed herein. 't-'sJ 9469 LEO BLANK refrigerator 1139 plus util\ WAREHOUSE suitable for education ever HUNTERS SPECIAL ration Central ducted<< gee

WITNESS my Hand and the JEREMIAH I OUTMAN rtiei Available Oct 2Mb. U33 shop garage or stonge. In 21, and deilre a position for heal by Chrvilcr, Westing

Seal of thla Court oo this lib day 4/ SIZES CEDRIC J. JANIENJANIKN.. his' wife Hibiscus St M74317. center of town. Bee H. II. ti.: future, Contact the 1.1:1": 1033 Continental house eleetrw I rente and

.f Ootober CURTIS, AD.R. IM4 BARNES 124244Ii THE-MEADOW BROOK Hudson at btar-Advocsta. en Stores office, SOS: N. .lIe. home trailerInterior oven $11200 ton down

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT NATIONAL BANK APARTMENT OR trailers. ------ Cocoa phone 636 M3S Mon. with FHA financing
In excellent condition
COURT. IV' AND FOR BRE- IRVING MILLER: Weekly or monthly ritei adults WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER day thru Friday II p m. or

YARD COUNTY. FLORIDA.. GERAlD FRANCES ORDECK MILLER only. lOt Garden. conntrurtion Any site up to Hop by your friendly neighbor WM! W7-Beautiful executive type
Alice M. Haitaraon 71117 after $
Deputy Clerk THE TAM-0-LARK 10,000 square feet lease. 267OS64. hood T-Eleven: Store to pickup p.m. e t$t.. jtiat lonn ft. III'rtllljf

filiAl. 1 CORPORATION HOUSIS FOR RUNT Industrial' or commercial application and gel more (Continued on next page) city limits Has a beautiful .

JAMES I. RICHARDSON PHILIP R8ANER space available. Information. This Is an equal large home placed among -
HUll CORPORATION opportunity employer citrus/ and
TALLAHASSEE COtNSBI. FOR FLORIDAOF THE YOU ARE: HEREBY NOTIFIED house and ground unfurnlih. :2 SMALL OFFICES and wire- high oak trees grove Shown \by
PETITIONER. that a complaint to fonelow that ed. $12J mothJ), Besil Cab- houses for rent 200 square MECHANIC.'brake and front I I BE SAFE! appointment

OiL 12. 19. 50. Ifoy. 5 (110..) 1t64. cartala moriiiM dated oo of ella ..11645.TRAILER. feet conditioned office end man. 267 SSllor 267-4011
about Mircb. IS. IWo aad ...,, .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN id la Official Retard Book MO plus too sq ft. warehousespace. -- '2'-Prime builneia IMI""" .
AND FOR BREVARD COUNTY pad m. public rieorda of Bra CABANA turn. wait $125 monthly earn. J. BE SURE! Lot ilia M x 101 ft. Jiift off
FLORIDA yard Cou.I,. Florida aa modifiedby Ellis Lane first house right W. ChikireReally.207.5503.For .
that irrtal aimmiat daltd.pumb new 4 lined Garden Street.
CHANCERY NO. WSi I miles north Tituavllle, adults
ALLEN B. CHRISTENS": r U lt o. aid ncardidIn Modern home on property
PI.latitl. I orricial Rocord Book 13:*. pall DO pets.UNFURNISHED. Sa I. Deal OnlyWith Including<< separate double
.. S3*, public tersely of tfnrardCounty.
STELLA M CHRIITENSEND: Florida whkk marWite S bedroom. tbath garage and Dullness buildIng .
.f 4aalVOTICB lUll eacumbar tile followlai ...- 1ttKt... $121. Spanglef PIANOS, ORGANS .No Zoned BP (Might
or nIT erllMd I.....: Investment.- 2471121 or 27' down payment, up to five AREALTOR consider tmaU mobile borne
POi STELLA M CHRISTENSEN The South fie foot of theNE years to pay. First payment la trade)
>4 of Iho SC* of So.tl.i 6927.
ST Soutk Airport
Tranno Cii,. MlcbUta U. Township M South Hint February IK5. Mr. $. Cocoa
TOU ARE HERESY NOTIFIED: THJ .TA"a or rl.VBIDA YOu: I ROOM UNFURNISHED School of Music 6365375, OAJ Lovely f bedroom home

".I a nit for alroroa baa ooa BERNARD! BLANK' houte 4 bedroom., rsrpeted collect. 1erL4 on well landscaped shaded
iliad .,..1110I.* taa Clrcolt HARRIET PLANK Look for this
Court ol tba Ninth Judicial Clroul MILDRED: BLANK available for Immediate occupancy M Vinyl floors, gas fir*.
ta a.d for Bnvirt Couety.Florida S7 East aid the South 71*. $12 monthly, Sydney PHOTO CHRISTMAS cards, symbol for your place .heater Refrigeratorand
.,titI.d ALLEN BCHRIKTENSBN foot of thai pan of U S OooraaMnl Schwarti. 1141 S. Hopkins Gregory Studio, 267-2765. stove Included. Close
Lot a Srtlo* SI. I It signifies
: Ta. STELLA M.CHRISTENSKX. protection. -
OU-II. Avenue. 374100. to Parkway
STEiH Junior High
: Cbaacorr No.tsm. Township M Raaa-e PRACTICE PIANO
Tan aye hereby rtaulro to lylaj aait of tba Baaaaa finished and la excellent integrity School Only 1100, Bayer
.. Rive la Breard Florida LARGE UNFURNISHED dowa.
aorw a eop of your a.a ar or and high professional BUSt finance
olkar wrima iofoaaoo la trio Hold U coatala) 141 eirailbaa stairs flit) large grounds t playing condition.
Complaint Iliad bevels .66. CARLO bees iliad I* the above mano block from A at P. )eo month KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC ( 1e.mse standing. Deal
< art kr Webb A Kaapp lac" ,
'W AN.ON.. aa. U Attoraoy fill the for njrlaal thePiai.tItf. corporation aad Cbioleal aDelaware ly. Bessie Cabella. ..11141.Jackson's 2124 W. Tropic 287-6JW. only with a Realtor .

Office ot tko Clerkif SasS Now York Trued C thereof la Uo
Only a
.. New York haakl*. I
ol Bro aHC a corporatle
the COmB Court
..at Honda .. ar before (hil2eh *. sad each. of you to hereby I WANT A NEVI I I seal.

oaf of ::.r-'crrlt,. O. IM4. reoulro to file you* aaeweriWnio Nursery "n. ,, ._ ItWlmtead ,
HEREIN: or a Do- with Ua Clerk of thisCLeFt I Bryan-Conway
Fro Costume will lie "tarodaaalaot ... t. servo a oeoy tharonfapon
prayed plalallffa' attaraera ALLEY .. HW1. I India River HOME BUILT! Inc.
7ii far tka ralM "
mid ComplalaL MAAIS. ROOERa A LINDSAY No ..> a4.4fclMf.. Wheet
for la Citi..5OoLvnBONANZA George M. Barley, Jr.
an Potwiiaa Plaiasouth.
DON AND ORDERED at TVlurrlUa. I ve handle" your move can
norlda. Otto till d., o( m Palm Bwuh. Florida nit DO YOU NEED fM Inc.
Qeteber A D. 0064.CURTIS later t.... Noimker M I.... or i lownt on *MT iporloM" trail4 *.
.<* Docreo Pro Coif sill I Campbell Associate
K. BAltlfEIt a MM ,
criPK or TMII rimct'ITTiltRT hi inured alalsut ye,. REPAIRS ON YOURBUILDING' movers Sod moolorri ""I Inc. DANENBURG

BBEVARD WITNESS my bail sad efttIsiseal memO H may you lafaly" seed
VII''TT. FLORIDA at TlloevUlo." Ftando thi SALE I J W. Childre. RealtorDanenburg'a
B, V S. SpaasiorDopoty Prtatod Patters f t4.. Hall lth day of Oeteaor, la PUNT Ov aromofly.

Oorli $ ... H%. 24(.. im. im COURT Curtis SEAL R Barneo .A NEW ROOM KCAHPOHTE. I Beach REALTY

$ .:,.';:"*. lt.>. I tll_.) 1- MH. 12.. ... It*. WM lift Clerk ClroiM Co rtBy Asnuato Au I... ETC Taluk of Realty
lakes t .. yards 14tach.rtfTT r S SpaaalirDeoaM Duffy's Real Estate

aNTS h silos for ALLEY MAAai. ROGERS leeS A Palms' Patio HtWacitfLuxuttrvra plants S JUST CALL Edward Realty 1514 South Washington
If you have this patUrs add JJ coot, UKtMAYAtMrueya humus FIDELITYALLIED Ed Kittle AM 7-3353
for rath patten for lit-rlaia for PlalaUff

estate to sell, or if waAt-c and anor>4l han 1, Mon. thru Sat.

are looking for Send !. 170 Nnftpn r'l- Palm B. Sa. .FlorMaOM .... 2. S (M..., IHiIf for home sod "'. Affor S s>. M. AlfOat S L. B. Newman or 1 by appointment
you Um IVpt ta Beautiful plant at reduced
Utk n&.. f. O. See '204 VAN LINES Donn Searlt Realtor
New Jerk f City. (M Hr T.I. Ana- $Service
choice real estate U. N. Y..Hwrf.! I have rental prke . .
fw ear oow Fall.Winter Pall2i you ITORAGZ fc TRANSFER I Sydney Schwartz
classified ( *.. list it In LEN RANDEll Where buyer and seller .&.
use our Ia,tofe. ffto'* isside. housing, 267.4695 DAY OR NIGHT C W. J. Smith peel to get better and faster

columns. raft""" The Star-Advocate! I VERY RELIABLE Stoner Realty ServiceI

PB... AM 14231 I ..



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I ; The Days Are Getting Cooler. .. But Classifieds Are Still Hot!

I Continued from Proceeding Page Moving & StorageLOCAL Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Used Cars & TrucKS Used Cars & TrucksIF Want To Trade

Mobile Homes AND LONG distance 1954 STUDEBAKER, station 1MB Chevy, call 287-2376.
mover Moving:: atorage. TWO BEDROOM C.B. house, 3 BEST BUY In New Smyrna. wagon, with Cadillac motor, 730 South Dixie
cold tor
packing shipping
years old on Indian River. furnished cheap, call 367-3990 after 8
TRAILERS FOR SALE storage, crating. Free eNl BEAUTIFUL S bedroom, 2 Ceramic tile bath, modern home.Completely Acre lot. $6,50000 country: p.m. Old U. S. 1
mate. 387-3841. Brevard bath den bar enclosed gar- kitchen, fireplace, screened CASHIn
24 FOOT unfinished trailer. Rldgeway Mayflower. age. Furniahed or unfurnished patio, utility room. Fully 1000.00 down. Harris Real. 62 RAMBLER, 4 door, R/H and 3 minutes for good used Indian River City
ty, 930 South U. S. 1 TeL 267-
$M6. Titusvrllle Trailer Court O.D., excellent condition
see after S p.m. at 325Elliott furnished even to TV. Boat Furniture.
4 MOBILE HOME: OWNERS Real Estate Wanted Ave.. IRC. house with electric hoist, $995, will take trade and finance GREER McMORRIS INC.
fiberglass 17' boat, 55 IIP. FOR SALE OR TRADE balance. 267-3884. Repossessed furniture outlet Work WantedWILL
LIVE RENT FURNISHED OR unfurnished, motor like new. Best of fish 543 if S,1 IRC or 810 S. Hopkins
1 (1 FORD, 4 door, R/H,
4 bedroom home, with furniture power
i EXPERIENCED Brevard Apartment ing. Will finance. 734-0367, EQUITY IN one acre north of steering, alrconditioned, $795, TltusvUle DO Ironing in my home,
washer and extra
dryer, near Edgewater. Mims, P.O. Box 1094 Eau 267-1399 Day or Night .
and delivery if
pick up preferred
$150 down will
finance bal.
1 FREE! builder (references.) will large lot and orange trees, Gallie, Florida. 1039 Alford Street
I $17,000. 211 Diamond Rd. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY ance. 267-3884. I
pay top dollar for apartmentor 2673871. 3 Wanted To Buy Lakevlew Hills.WILL .
bedroom, 2 bath
Florida Services 1963 VALIANT, V-200, with air, .
$20 down payment: and $20 I a business zoned lots or acre NEW GARDENDALE 1 bed room, many extras, WHISPERING radio and heater. $100, take USED AUTOMOBILES. City DO washing and Ironing

month will buy: your own full age, TitusvlUe area, for build. room, 2 bath, central heat HILLS $800 down, ELECTROLUX over payments. 267-8947 after Auto Parts. AM 73686. in my home. 2671979.
acre mobile home lot at beautiful $112 monthly. Call 2673669. S
a 1 r conditioning, built in
Lake Louise Estates.Become era terms or take your land in
landlord. range, dishwasher, double car, EASY TERMS, no qualifying, CORPORATIONBrevard 61 DODGE V-8
own 9-passenger
your trade for new proven income Large
rent each garage beautifully 3 bedroom, 2 bath situated on station
receipt radio
Don't tear up wagon heater,
month. Many families now reside property In Brevard County, landscaped corner lot, patio, lake, wall to wall carpeting, County's Only power steering, many extras,
fenced In offered
i In our beautiful trailer community in exchange. beautiful kitchen, priced $12,- authorized factory branch. excellent condition. $975. 267-
by 267-7292.
600. 2673096.
visit us and see for Call Melbourne 8248.
mobile home park. 3, or 4 bedroom homes brand CLASSIC HOMES 60 FALCON, Ranchero pick:

I LAKE LOUISE ESTATES new In area of much higher i, Nothing Down, See Us To 723-5852 up real economy, $695, $150 1.1
: 14 miles east of Orlando on 1101 Seminole Drive priced homes Small down' day. Titusville'a Best Home PAINTING It' ly, 2673884. $33.19 month. THE BEST BUY IN

Route 50 Phone 568-2761 payment and only $83 month.' Value, 3 and 4 Bedrooms, 2 Water proof your house with
OR CHRISTMAS PARK Indian Harbor Beach ly total payment. VA no downpayment Full Bath Homes with Garages preserva-tee spray 2670776or 1957 FORD pickup, will sell HILLS
Route No. 50, Christmas, Fla BRENTWOOD ES. 2670498. reasonable. 2502 South Hop FOREST
Phone: 5682011October Floridaor TATES, west on Garden St, kins.
1: AM 7.7142 or 6325655. FREE !II!II t
: Call Eau Gallic LET. ME sell your automobile.
Browning Auto
WILL TRADEat Sales. 405
: s SKYLINE 50' X 10' 2 262-5553 Hopkins 2671520.

bedroom .. .. $3595. Colonial Heights Suburban
; STAR 50' x 10'- 2 bedroom, HAVE CLIENT wanting orange Hopkins Ave. South Propane 63 CORVETTE Stingray, 4
center kitchen $3695 groves, up to 40 acres. S. 0. $ 2019 U. S. 1 N. 267-6411 speed, like new, must sell.
y STAR 50' x 10' Early American Shinholser Jr., Realtor, 1501N. 4 267-8641 .... 267-3884. ,,.
M i Deluxe .. .. $3885. Peninsular, P. 0. Box 472, --FREE ESTIMATES" ie
I SKYLINE 54' x 12' 2 bedroom New Smyrna Beach, GASSHI. WHISPERING LAKES 3 bed
Deluxe $4885. fsl e room, IV* tiled bath, FHA WELL DRILLING

: J j Used Trailersj ACREAGE FOR SAL 267-2417 valuation. $13,300. $450 down. 0.., ., Shallow I BUY NOW r:. 2200 SQ. FEET OF QUALITY CONSTRUCTION

j '58 NASHUA 40' x 10' 1 bedroomSet HOWARD JARVIS

up on lot with awning. 32 ACRES, Geneva, very high ENVELOPES Business Sizes, Sin .Pin Lan... i AND YOU WILL BE FISHERCONSTRUCTION
S.dI al.l CltFlorid
s *
'64 YELLOWSTONE 27' X 8' 1 elevation, wide highway for mailing. Full stock at Ulal M7OJ I ELIGIBLE FOR
t bedroom. frontage. Ideal for deluxe Slsr-Advoeate.

I EASY TERMSMARTIN'S Broker, Sanford 3222481 for
MOBILE appointment. 267-0564
Titusville 267-3081 WE WILL BE HAPPY TO
North of Overpass 4 LARGE bedrooms, forced air, ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS -
In GE equipment. FHA $16,- "Welcome to Gracious Living" YOU MAY HAVE
PRIVATE LOT with chain-lnk ENVELOPES Business Sizes, Located one mile north of highway 50, west of U. S. No. EXEMPTION.
fence in north Cocoa. Phone 1, with river privileges convenient to everything,
6324553. Star-Advocate. equal distance to either causeway yet with an atmosphere
of a country estate Luxuriously{ finished, wall to WHISPERING
Motorcycle For Sale wall carpeting, each apartment different with its own
personslity Individual utility and storage room, 12 HILLS ESTATES
Motorcycle ACREAGE FOR SALE cubic feet automatic defrosting 2 door refrigerator 2 new homes near 2 golf
1962 Honda central TV system costs no more, and less than others courses with such features as
300 "Dream' its equal. Spaciously landscaped private grounds 1800 sq. feet, living a r e adouble ,
red with windshield and helmet LAKE and highway frontage Deltona area approx. and many other inviting features. Available December garage 30' screened V.A. MCHAJIU MINIMUM IMA SUMS
$350 2000' on Spring fed lake and 1815 feet on highway 33 1st. porch. FHA evaluation it NEW HOMES

267-6117 after 5 p.m.T acres choice $45,000 with term NOW RENTING $21,100 but $you can' Don't have miss either DESIGNED Newest, molt modem development In

efnllf 9ii'ti the oral MOlt luxury at the prletl!
close In small and large $500
CHOICE acreage!: a !
FOR BETTER Masonry,with brick fronts e big IaINIo
with discount for cssh.
per acre and up some good W. J. SMITH
Realtor PHONE 267-3511 leaped' yards: ee Colonial aluminum'
WALK TOSHOPPING APPROX. 2,330 acres between New Smyrna Beach and OAK TERRACESee LIVING wlndowi' bath with full color
the Cape Indian River frontage (400') more than fixtures e ttrrazzo floors e spacious
this located
of less than $795 excellently clouts with lowered doon e double
Vi mile U. S. 1 frontage per! acre
br. bath Featuresa
3 2 beauty.
sliding gloss door overlooking yard .
i average. large Florida room plus 9 AND 4 BUS.I,1M built-in" TV jackt tile window silk.
Other choice highWay Indian River, and railroad front. SEE OAKWOOD TODAY screened in porch. Total TA BATHS$11,500M,050 utility room e 40-gallon water heater
Freshly painted S bedroom prats, only $101 mo. with ,
.. age lands available for reasonable prices. per e CENTRAL HEAT concrete driveways
block home close to Plrtle no qualifying! seed MORE!

J P for Plaza.an little Can as be $400 purchased down S. 0. SHINHOLSER JR. Realtor Mobile Home Subdivision IMPERIAL C& g.ougfulkltdunsSuONntappesDouble

F' and $80.00 per month.Whispering CAJ with hood exhauil.

1501 N. Peninsular, Phone GA 88141 Featuring: ESTATESNew fw MMmmnahrw. sinks Formica eoblnehl'

Hills P. 0. Box 472 shopping center across

New Smyrna Beach, Florida St. You may assume existing '-
LARGE 75' 110' LARGE POOL FHA loan at only $102 per
f Absent- owner would like an x a
offer on this 3 bedroom --- -- mo 3 bedroom, 2 bath home MODELS oPFROM $80 MONTHLY

7 a home. Nice yard with citrus LOTS WITH SHUFFLEBOARD like Qualifying new. Double Don't carporte.No delay-. SEE THEM NOW Including principle, interest, taxes,
.II tree,. Asking 14500.: Inwronee, home and lad
(J it.Reasonable terms will buy COUNTRY ESTATES CENTRAL WATER a HORSESHOES call todayl

LISTINGS NEEDED 3 AND 4 BEDROOM Desirable 3 and 4 B. R. mod.
We have buyers waiting $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY eta available for immediate
d Cell Mr. Luck occupancy. They Feature:

2 BATH Marble window sills, mica M SlNGlltOM AVI*tlTUSVlUl, HA!* PH. 367.4146
TO REACH OAKWOOD From Titusville northon
i RAY CARPENTER : go cabinets, white terrazzo, enclosed
U. S,1 to Mims. Continue north on U. S.1 for showers, double ur.ports

: Realty HOMES one more mile to our entrance on right. For free on some. $15,250: to
$ 5,950 with FHA. VA. or conventional
S. US 1, 267.8813 e Large Bedrooms information Call 2675586. loans. Prime location.

e Family Rooms

e Central Air Conditioning 2 Bedroom. 1 bath, can be
p.r month
GeorgeBarley bought with furniture, with or
1, and Heat includes
without wall to wall carpet.
principal K- This one is in perfect condition -
'd Interest LUXURIOUS and can be moved into
Inc. Down Pmt. and assume FHA .Tile Rant,mast<......
HOMES ON LARGE pmta. of only $85.00. .*..MM modes.. .,ert............lattti
[ COLEMAN DROS. I SERENELY SUBURBAN SUCH *tt. Pool 1 SvMlortUrOMdniociInt .,./k RM.a.

end tort Docks Privtto aaseudCliMron's
"Off Old Dixie Highway" TO NASA CAUSEWAY, 1..,_all IaU a...
3 BEDROOM, 2 Bath, LOOK for the Signs AND ALL SCHOOL See these- 5 desirable- homesin LUXURY Miy floor'f''.'M IwtwraM. ,
steep NC
on Titus Ave., J1J.200, beautiful Colonial Heights.All .
267-8543 I strata tainto,oofttosrudo shay, ...syyly
fenced In yard, built in are complete and ready i IIItIIlft..d Party ROM
electric range.!: for your family. FHA VA, FOR SO Pstttui Iroo tutf IlmfflrtiorC
INDIAN RIVER --------- --- or conv financing available.

e IVt baths, built 1MY.er. .

In range and oven of this areas Better Builders plan to start 5 new We have who a will quality place homebuilder the ..._+ fi_ ,rwaas
Screened porch, large homes in the Forest Hills area very shortly, F.n.A. TERMS. -.Of.-d.-f.

home of choice the
lot, Better hurry, only Choose your lot and plan NOW. Call for Information. ........,I..tihdI lot of your your choice. Any type!
$82 per month after ... .. --I
down payment WHISPERING LAKESLarge I ............d Studio 1 !& 2 Bedroom Rental Apartments

I ... from $100 monthly Unfurnished
3 bedroom. 2 baths home with central heat and air
SEVERAL, Excellent e 011 Hoe For
conditioning. Gars lie. Only 4 months old. $1250.00 down Models Now Open Inspection
furnished and unfurnished and assume mortgage. Payments $10500 PI. eQrrwttfelasers..e.Mw"- "The Home Buyer's furnished modlo. low 01 display Nov. Oewp. ey
homes for rent In
Titusville. GOOD LOCATIONNew front Shopping Confer"SUTTON
2 Fully air conditioned
&: central heated 3 bed- Homes 8 ready to occupy. 10 under- construction $13,950
room 1H bath apts. Enclosed 15000.00 to $17,50000: F.I1.A. TERMS. Down Payment IMPERIAL TOWERS

garage, close to $450.00 and up. $ ..rd s.MrtwdM
shopping &: schools. $135 II Lots: 3 In IRC area $220000 each. 20 acres, Rt. 48 SMO..
month. Zoned trailer park. $2,500.00 per acre. I & ASSOC. REALTY CO.

942 S. VA 152S S. WASHINGTONOffice
I Pha Home Ph... t=.r
f or WUhlnltoni 12M S. Hopkins, Opposite Magnolia Plata FHA500DOWN)

Phone 267-6327 Day or Night ar. -r.c..I &vi ./ttv m::
; i After S P. M. Juanita Malott 267-7559 267.4S34

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Ai. PAYMENT Beautlu! $15,000 TO $19,000

A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville Several' Large o LOTS FOR SALE \.FAIR GUBt

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


: THREE & FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY ROOM TWO TILE BATHS 3200 Garden: 267-3222 St, or TltusvfllePhone 2672531Me"'e"

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Muday, October 24, fled Th"..ID. (ClerW.An...... Peet It
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...MISTER"MW _BREGER come in for the first time; you're welcomeYou


may be bashful about going into a new talk about a possible loan, or are just looking a-

ACII08I 3. On. N. Put bank for the tint time. Well, we are a comparatively round. We'll be in the same boat with you -

L Borden we are looking around for new friends, too.
N4 small bank and we are not old enough to

"'+rooctthwRN M 0.Awlngsnt fruit t .nrn.t On-.lled a1 u' have grown grumpy or hard-twerled, and we are Most of our customers come, naturally, from

R 10, 0aIIdI0 Boundary .I.. Abrupt .1. .. :taM.. looking for new customers, so well be honestly neighborhoods close to the Indian River Plan

U.A BaIdwta t. lrnroJ' eIt7 glad to see you. Shopping Center up Route 1 or in from Route

1M _MICh_ L Weird: .. .
/vkls4E y teak ....... As.1M M But many come south from the southern part

11. Abradtlll' t. hid O\IW allIII&terIaI It makes no difference whether you want to of Titusville, and some come from fairly far north,

U. PrI"oe U.gram CeI'Hl 10. --not_ leave some money for sefe-kerping<< or want to 'cause: the shopping and parking are so easy here
twAry a....
K Edward se. Even: I"ruo-.
MAD wand: poet. 11
Larc'e 1t Peat
I abNi 1. GlQ"oropel I'WOrMUoaftI'ft& INDIAN RIVER
j 11t.11. Bora 1L tuepsea: anu u. national bank PLAZA
Brood of inch U. Lan4 to Mef1. brevard I
plasm& t. 20. Head m.5sutwe 3t Rnklena STATE ROAD SO

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M. Araa 11.Cuckoo: 1:1.: Jxchanp: U.Qy.f a
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lost poet.II. .

tbtwq3a. e ROLND UP TIM[ TO ROUND UP ,,,
.Kind ofboated WELL, R'[ : TIME P ALL WV BAIL-POINT .
InatnunantItEuropaan AOAIN TAKEN ( ', .
". Murdock's creditors, boss ." I oouatrjr:


S7 Pronoun
40 Man name4J.Apirment t'

Ann Landers 44.Hove orrt e. IA 0 i w# 0 ,

x .. y
I 4fl. A native of / 0 0 -
New Zealand a

Just Plain StuPid 4 47..DiketnMUok Lam_ ? r/

1.Matin. w
I.Body of .. WHEN ABB M>JOOIW6
Dear Ann Landers: The wife sense collusion Zulu TO LEARN

who undresses in the closet to I Dear Ann: If that dizzy dame warriors = TOTIBVOURSHOEST TO DO tVERYTMlNS{ ARE
TH escape her husband lecherouseye has been undressing in the closet I / fOR YOU FQR d4

and signed herself "J D STired" t for 21 years it is no wondor I If excessive drinking is wreckIng OT 1 1 r 1i
is more than "Just i her husband IN .HI: ClRCt'IT (
"suddenly springsto your health or destroying 1 THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR
Tired. She Is also 'Plenty life" when he sees her remove someone you love, send for ANN' (CUT IN AND FOR BREVARD
Stupid." a stocking in bet by this COUNTY FLORIDAIn
i LANDERS' booklet "Help For Cbanoery No Stt.1
The average American housewife time the poor guy lights up like The Alcoholoic." enclosing with SOI'KB TO: locusts

and mother leads a fairly Chinese New Years when she your request 20 cents in coin MARTHA H. ORBGORYPLAINTIFF:

busy life, depending on the size takes off her hat SYMPATHETIC and a long, addressed, va RAYMOND W. OKKOORTDCFICNDANT: era

of het\ family, the quality of her stamped envelope.

housekeeping, and whether nr And now Dear Readers: Let Ann Landers will be glad to _Ate I.t Air Raymond rorce W Band, Orefoty

not she has help. But when the us close the closet door on this help you with your problems Wright Patereoa Field, Okie.

end of the day finds the woman issue once and for all I am Send them to her in care of this TO:

biding in the closet for fear her far more accustomed to finding newspaper enclosing a stamp 'T.. RAYMOND GREGORY

husband may get ideas, it is skeletons in closets than tired ed addressed envelope. COMPLAINT are hereby notified for that Diverse a Bill haserns of

more than a matter of "needing wives filed aielnet you and pre OwY IF 1tlO I PROMIOFO MI'ORAfdfWTHFR MCI ldl'MR
ber rest. It means the wife hasa SMU are required ,. ...no. copy of NAv1 A Ib TANP NBA DOWN rCa OHANNYIAe1RldA114X
Dear Ann Landers: Six years NOTICE' TO !DOM MlLNintNT* 7cur anawer or Bleedlnv to Ibr
LEO+TIMA11 HaaWreklVl.Tg1A
lopsided scale of values and ago when I was in high school TO FAIPC U LINDrRMANn Pill of Complaint to the Plalatlrt's.Herer
NADINK P LINDKHMANh1 O. K, Pitta and file the
her husband is at the bottom of I worked on the refreshment > 'lfe, whoee melllnf addraae li original sews or pleading; In lh< MAY I ,
the seal6 stand crew at the football lib Jackeoa Raid Rout OB*, attire of the lark .f the Ctrtelt TAKe boa
Urenan Mteklfaa, ran ere hireby Court on or before the ktk day elNovember e wRLt.
Cooks and housekeepers are games During half time we notified i net mill for fore 14.If AFTQ/ea'J l i iJ
rineure of mmtiete encumkwlniLot you fall lo .. eo hd....... !
for hire but certain wifely activities were so rushed that we Just
It I*. 10. 21 and M Blockr by default will be taken. eiralnel
should not be delegat stuck the money into any bandy Glover riaoe koonrdlnc' te Pl tthereof you for the relief demanded le

ed. Some women learn this lire pocket. After the game *ro pad U rocoro eublta>d moors In flat of Book BreverdCounty I, said Complaint.ThU notloe .shall be nubllihedonne )0X

late. Others, not at all OLD turned the cash over to Florida, bee barn brouthtaialHI each week for tour eoneee.
In the Circuit Court utlve ....... la the Tllnavttle .l...
CODGER the teacher in charge. In end l.\, COIIBIT. Fl >r- Advocate Tltmvllle, Florida .
Dear for a I hit on the idea of'accident Ida I* Cbaaotry. b, fctlcrweterReeckoe Do... and Orderrd In TltuevtlleBrevard .
CodgerThanks leo.. end yen are herb* County. nerlda, this tad
sensible letter. Here an assist ally on purpose" forgetting to required to _.. a copy of SourAngver day of October lest.Curtle ZLa.I
turn over the money in my or Pleadlnc 1.0 tb. C om R tenses Clork
from a female reader who pIN.4 oa plaleucfe attoreey, K.o of Circuit Court
wishes she had the problem: back pocket. I never kept track IJtaieoB. IMS Brewev Drive by V' e. pantlerDeputy .
but I I must have kept Fort Ptorce Florida and file the Clerk m IwORANOIt Nslll+eaIMTRYibIA1DCAt HWHATkIND
Dear Ann Landers: Certain original. Aniwer or Plvedln. In the (Court iell
wives are luckier than others. between $25 and $30 office of the Clan of tbe Circuit Oct a. It It. N (Men.> 1N4. M lNtIMIT ItIMI D

For example, the wife whose This has been on my mind Court or brfore of Breverd the 13th County day. of Floridaon November OPMITAR[ AfLYIff i1t.

husband is so amorous she must ever since I got out of school, decree. pro 1M.co..f.If you... fell will to be do taken eo, NOTICE YouttaNe1000aMUI. eJ N

undress in the closet. What I and it bugs me worse as time .,.1".' you for the relief den,end.ed Due to the dissolution of tilt +?

wouldn't to in goes by. In the Complaint BPIR 1S41 ABCRNATHY? A }
give see a gleam Done and Ordered at Tlteavltla corporation of ,
my husband's eye, any hour of I'd like to go to a bank and Florida, tale Itk day of October South Hopkins AVI., Titutvillt, 1v! ,

the day or night For I find out what the interest rate I" undersigned '
years I Turtle M Berne Clank Florida, we, the
on $30 would be for six years Circuit ('oil"" BrevardCounty. 1
have been trying to liven up cur Florida will not be mponilbU for any 3) y
Also I'd like to figure out the
but HE Is "Just .
marriage by V' IpeeilerDeputy debts Incurred by anyone other
jail sentence or fine if I had Clerk
Tired," or should I be realistic sat
K: O. e.eia.Ian than ourselves.
and say he is "Just Not Interest.ed. been caught I would then like ........ Drive rf
." BATTING ZERO to send the money to school with Fort Pierre. Florida Dave
Attorney for Plaintiff Wilier T. Ruticll
letter of
Dear Zero: Unhappily, your. a Please tell apology.me if you think (COURT It 11 UAL'Oct. husband Isn't the only one. Read --- -
this wise. BAD PAST

on. Dear Past: I admire you for JIM'S TVProfenlenel
Ann Landers Please do
Dear : :
wanting to do the right thing A Guaranteed .w,
not publish any more letters like MutualfiOF ,
late though it Is. S rvUID .
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Tltusvlll. i iPI! .rM ) Str Advetite Monday October M, 1H4p

t Unpleasant'} Presidential Race Nears Climax

By JAMES MARLOW days off with nothing to indicatethe memorable for namecallingthan of the roughest. Now near the plaint with the bipartisan Fair heard tell of.II before the campaign: began. son stood for the welfare state,
,I AModited PrHI News Analyst candidates can: say anythingnow discussion and for general end come cries of pain from Campaign Practices Committee The committee's magazine, For a generation at least the Goldwater for real conservatism :
WASHINGTON(; (AP) One to affect the results I lUes than gentility both sides charging the Democrats are Fair Comment, added: "The differences between Democrat .
I of the most unpleasant presl. This campaign has been more One pre-campaign prediction waging a "campaign of fear, use of guilt by association, and Republicans In their As a result. obvious enough,
dentlal races in history moves distinguished (for ham than heat ,I turned out early to be true' that John M. Bailey, the Democratic smear, cover-up, news suppression fraudulent documentation, cruel attitude toward life in Americaand the choice the voters make
toward the election only eight11II and for slogans than logic* more It would be rough, perhaps one national chairman, has arm-twisting" and unusual punishment of the responsibilities of government Election Day will shape the
appealed directly to Sen. Barry This was after Bruce L. Felk- whipping boys and evasions of were so small that direction of America for yearsto
Goldwater to end what Bailey nor, executive director of the differences may be setting a campaign after campaign was a come.
called the flow of "venom and committee, had a few words record" this year. personality contest. Since this basic difference
filth the Republican party has himself to say. He said this was Yet, in this campaign, for a Not this year. From the be- between Johnson and Goldwaterwas
Injected" into the campaign.Dean the "bitterest and most vicious change, the basic difference ginning there was this clear clear before the campaign
Burch, the Republican campaign that I've ever observed between the two presidential distinction between President began, the campaign didn't add
national chairman, filed a com or, for that matter, candidates was known to all Johnson and Goldwater: John- much on this score. If that had
been all, the voters could have
chosen early and forgotten the

I Seven Major Launches Slated campaign.: It wasnt The gulf between r
:the two viewpoints could not be I

1 .considered separately from a
question of equally fundamental

At In Novembercheck ,I importance Which of:the two men could
Cape Kennedy .be trusted to handle the presidency -
i better with all that meant
I for four years: in getting pro
grams through Congress,
By HOWARD BENEDICT final unmanned flight to qualify The first Mariner Mars all systems and reentryand domestic tranquility, foreign
it for manned missions scheduled launching is set for Nov. 4. The technIques. '
CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) I recovery affairs, and perhaps international -
to begin early next year. second could be fired as earlyas I If the shot succeeds, astronauts crises
Seven major launchings,
including two Project Mariner Other shots on the scheduleare two days later, depending on : Virgil I. Grissom and As the campaign goes into its
L how well No. 1 fares. I John W Young are to take a
I % spacecraft ticketed for Mars are orbital development flights final week Johnson is so optimistic -
scheduled next month at Cape of the Centaur and Titan 3A November marks one of the' five-hour, three-orbit trip In a that he is not just talking i
t tI Kennedy space rockets; the Tiros 9 rare occasions when Mars is In similar capsule early in 1965 about winning. lie is urging
position to receive an unmanned Eventually, Gemini astronautsare voters to give him a "man
I Late in November, the space weather satellite and a radiation
launch scientific visitor from earth. The next to stay in space for as longas date," which in this case is
agency plans to a -sensing Explorer
will be in December two weeks to practice proce-
opportunity another word for landslide.
Project Gemini capsule on a .atellite.Titusville's 1966 dures for going to the moon.
Goldwater is less optimisticas
t te Each Mariner payload is to Both the Centaur and Titan 3,V he prepares to campaignthese
a Government Heads travel about 350 million miles in rockets are to loft dummy satellites last few days. He is knownto
:8%.month Journeys to Mars into orbit. Centaur, whichis rate his chances as less than
I During minute fly.bye within several months behind schedule overwhelming.
At Municipal League MeetingA 10,000 miles of the planet, eachis for technical reasons, is I The nation will probably outdo(
to snap 20 television picturesand being developed for landing ,the candidates in being glad
reception at Jacksonville'sCivic FLM committees which met t gather scientific data. unmanned Project Surveyor ,when this is over
The launchlngs will be the scientific payloads on the moon.
Auditorium last night for yesterday at the hotel were National
most difficult Titan 3A is forerunner of TI. Too Late To ClassifyLOST
1 delegates to the 38th annual Legislation; Annexation; attempted by a
convention of the Florida Community Growth and Devel unmanned U.S. spacecraft. Jack tan 3C rocket Intended to launch .
League of Municipalities, iticlud opment; Town Affiliation; N. James, Mariner project a number of Air Force military RED BEAGLE, Whispering
ing the entire Titusville City I Roads and Highways; and Constitutional manager for the Space Agency'sJet space payloads, including a Hills area Answers to Ginger .
L Council, City Manager, City Attorney Amendments, Propulsion Laboratory, says manned laboratory the size of a Jacks Florida rabies
SIDEWALK SUPT.-The Star-Advo- er Gus Faalk On opening day and City Clerk and Chief of there is a better than 50 per house trailer tag. 2679504 after 8 PM.
cate's neighbor and the person who has many days since then, Comm. Faulk Police, was the highlight of the Today Jacksonville City Commissioner cent chance that at least one of
been the sidewalk "superintendent"during has been around to make sure that first day of the 3.day session Louis H. Ritter, sub the craft will succeed.
the construction of The Star- everything is running okay In the One of the important Initial stituting for Mayor Haydon The unmanned Gemini flight I3oC.II.UII IHlrI'lNO DECKK1SK; : TIXLS;
Advocate building and especially the above photo, Faulk and son, Bill, watch sessions yesterday, was the Burns, welcomed the convention has been delayed numerous ELECT
erection of the "New Betsy" press, is the giant presses roll an addition of Joint meeting of all city attorneys times because of technical and
County Commissioner-Chevrolet deal- The Star-Advocate and police chiefs from E Harris Drew, chief Justiceof weather reasons The Titan 2 William H. Bill Clark
throughout the state, to acquaint the Florida Supreme Court, booster rocket twice was removed ( )
each other with various spoke during the morning sea from its launch pad be-
local problems and to seek solutions sion on "The Law Sword or cause of hurricanes, and several rOB
Robbers Rod J Block to some. Shield", weeks delay resulted when the Canaveral Port Authority
I Spur
More than 900 persons had Sen. George Smathers address. rocket was damaged by lightning
registered in convention headquarters ed the luncheon and, at a banquet a.rtBLICAN \oVEMnea aPol.
this evening at the Hotel The Titan 2 is to propel a fully
at the Robert Meyer Air ft For By William H. Clark
George Washington, columnist equipped spacecraft 2,000 miles
Two men, held up a Williams Sunday night and Just three Hotel last night. Drew Pearson will speak down the Atlantic range to I
Point grocery store at 10:37I minutes later and several miles -
t away another man robbed a A La Marick Salon is always near youl
drive-In theatre in two separate Melbourne Cocoa Orlando Daytona Beach STORE HOURS 10 A.M. TO.9 P.M. TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTERPlaytex
I Bennett Retires armed robbles
Descriptions of the men Involved .
in the robberies were TITUSVILLEs Open 9 ajn. to 9 p-m. Monday I
,i From Barbering not released Wednesday, Friday Tu.. and Sat. 'Til 5 p.m.

Communications DirectorGene dse

:J V. Bennett, who for the Hatten said two colored BEAUTY GIFTS 4.D:
j past 29 years has been assoc- males armed with a sawed off FREE
fated with W. shotgun robbed the grocery
: N Davis' Ok store of over 150 and a white I
In ay BarberShop male carrying a pistol emptied 3 WINNERS I
the cash box at the drive In
I I todayannounced EACH WEEK
his theatre and took an estimated Open 'TII I
retirement 1100. Sept, ZOOct 26 : II P.M.Fri. .
BennettI' Brevard County Sheriffs deputies .
f constructed a road block kylt'
came: here 29 years ago from of Tltusville
on U S 1 South
Ocoee. lie is from
originally however, according to flatten
Alabama no arrests were m ade in connection ', a qt't' t// t: 1" v y4.
t Bennett, who has a citrus with the robbles JI 'to ,26/c7
grove in West Tltusvillc, said Sheriffs Department authorities !- r
that ill health had forced him are Investigating both robberies ."
to retire from active business. .

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protects those who have the need and is financedby mechinewashablel! 1 ',
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Medicare, the other proposal, offers only limited
hospitalization, financed by an increase in Social LA MARICK LA FAN COLD WAVE
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I or poor, but it does not cover' doctor bills. of$1.00) on the stnsationol new /

{4 Florida's entire delegation M Congress voted for LA MARICK ASTRE LANOL WAVE 995 Playtex Soft-line Podded Bra The cups /
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proved it for a two.year trial period, as did 36 Each We Priced Complete! ort soft and stay soft through "
states and territories.
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Ed GurneyOn
200 years ago our forefathers took up arm fi', "
against a sovereign who inflicted oppressive taxes upon
them without giving them voice in the conduct of govern House
mental affairs. Taxation without representation, they
said, is tyranny Space Unit
The outcome of that bitter conflict was that a new
nation was formed and all men were given a voice in their ty ROULHAC HAMILTON
government through their duly elected representatives.. Star Washington BureauWASHINGTON
Through nearly two centuries this system of govern N Rep.
ment has proved to be the most successful in history. Edward J. Gurney Winter

BUT-ITS SUCCESS has always been dependentupon Park was named officially
the ability and intelligence of those representatives today to the House Commit.
selected by the voters. tee on Science and Astro-
Now another election is upon ua.It is time for the votersof nautics.
the 11th Congressional District in Florida to select This was the first commit.
their representative, their voice, in Congress for the next tee choice of the new llth
two years. District Republican law.
Edward J. Gurney is now completing his initial term maker because of its connection
in Congress as the first and only representative of the with major space developments
11th District. During the past two years Ed Gurney has : in the Cape
faithfully, ably, intelligently and conscientiously carried Canaveral area.
out his duties as your representative in Congress. "Of all the committees in
the House of
Congressman td; Cnrnry'i 93 per rent economy voting Representatives -
record' for the pail two year earned the Central Floridian a ," Gurney said today,
"Watchdog of the Treasury" award from the National A._ "this committee is the most
elated Businessmen, Inc., a non-partUan organliallon composed JUST BEFORE COUNTDOWN directly concerned with and
mainly of small buaineaamen. lie also was honored by Congressman Ed Gurney, with Ranger VII in most directly affects the
the Homoaaaaa Spring Chamber" of Commerce for diatlngtllihed .
missile and effort of
and meritorious public aervlee.This background, chats with B. G. McNabb, headof such great importance space to the

able statesman has fought continuously to protect the launch team, just prior to the firstU. llth Congressional Dis-
the interests of the people of the 11th Congressional S. rocket to the moon. trict."
District and those of all Florida. He led the Tight to protect The appointment was
Florida's important citrus industry and its essential (from fort /Pierce' News TribunalGurney ) made this morning by the
cattle industry from foreign inroads. Republican Committee on
His eloquent voice was raised continuously against Bill Gets Committees and confirmed
irresponsible government spending-demanding that the later by the Republican Con
government live within its income and pare the huge, ference, composed of all the
ever-mounting debt. Ball Rolling For GOP members in the house
He has fought'against inroads on local and state governments (Orlando Sentinel)
by an ever-expanding Federal bureaucracy,
demanding that control of local and state matters be U. S. Erosion AidA Gurney Makes It
returned to their respective governments.
HIS VOICE HAS BEEN clear and ringing, alertingthe bill to set the wheels named an advisory commit. For a new Congressman to
nation to the danger of communist aggression and rolling for federal help in tee headed by realtor Hoyt be assigned the committee
demanding a firm foreign policy from the administration.In controlling erosion at Fort C. Murphy.The post he wants is m" rare
short Ed Gurney has given Florida's 11th Con Pierce South Beach was. introduced committee's recom- achievement.We .
gressional District the finest and fairest representation Thursday in Congress mendation, to accept the extend to Congressman
possible. by Rep. Edward J. Army plan for restoring the Ed Gurney our congrat-
Excellent representation of thia kind should be re- Gurney.The beach, was quickly approvedand ulations upon his success in
warded rewarded by the only way possible, by the re- estimated cost of the relayed to Jacksonville. landing a berth on the House
election of Congressman Edward J. Gurney. first phase of restoring the Before federal money can Aeronautics and Space Com-
beach under an Army Engineers be spent on the project, how mittee.
ED GURNEY'S VOTING RECORD proposal, is $425- ever, the county must take This one fact indicatesthat
NASA 000, and federal funds of steps to acquire the 1.3 milesof Mr. Gurney is a man
Aug. 1, 1963 Authorization passed, 334-57. Gurney $220,000 would be approp- beachfront involved, from who pows how to get what
voted yea. (pg. 13128)) Congressional Record riated in the engineers' the inlet southward, for public he thinks\ is best for his
Oct. 10, 1963 Appropriation passed, 302-32. Gurney 1964-65 budget for it. use. district.
voted yea. (pg. 18309)) Congressional Record Gurney's prompt action,
Mar. 25, 1964 Authorization passed, 28373. Gurney following by barely a week ,.r
voted yea. (pg. 6122)) Congressional Record the formal local action to get
August 13, 1964 Appropriation passed, by voice vote the program going, bright.
Public Works ened hope that the federal
Nov. 19, 1963 Appropriation passed, 35827. Gurney money can be set up in the -x at
voted yea. (pp. 21191-92)) Congressional Record next budget, rather than a
June 16, 1964 Appropriation passed, 360-11 Gurney year later. yJ
voted yea. (pg. 13486)) Congressional Record Both Gurney and M. A. 4 J
Florida Public Works were authorized prior to 1963 Ramsey, chairman of the
Imparted Arms Program now dormant Beach Erosion
Dec 12, 1963 Appropriation passed, 300-65. Gurney Board, had urged that the
voted yea. (Bill provided $2.549,000 for Brevard County Commission hurry
and $610,000 for Orange County educational needs) their part of the Job alongto r
Oct. 1, 1964 Appropriation passed, 320-20. Gurney make the budget dead-
voted yea. ((1964 Bill provided larger amounts for line. They did on Jan. 7, and
Brevard and Orange Counties than 1963 Ramsey said today that prob- ,

Appropriation) ably triggered plans which -
During 88th Congress Gurney voted yea 113 times; nay the engineers' district office -,. .... .
86 times. (Tabulation through Sept. 24, 1964.) in Jacksonville alreadyhad ....loal
set. '
SEE: ED GURNEY ON TV The commission had pre "'" .""'""'" 'V '- :V
Tuesday, Oct. 27, 5:55 & lltZS p.m., Channel viously taken over erosion FORMER PRESIDENT Dwight; D.Eisenhower,
Wednesday, ()t'l. 28, lliZS: p.m., Channel 6 responsibility as St. Lucie left, finds some complimentary remarks to make to
Thursday, Oct. 29, SiSS. A li2S p.m., Channel 9 County Shore and Beach
Sunday, Nov 1, 6i30 p.m., Channel 1 9 Preservation Authority, and Edward J. Gurney, Florida's 11th District Con
Sunday, Nov. 1, 7iSO p.m., Channel 6 gressman, during a lull in a dinner meeting.


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Your Problems As A Senior

Gurney Keeps You InformedHe Citizen Are Important To

tolls you what goes on in Washington through his newsletter,through the press and Congressman Gurney
by regular reports on radio and television. He ha spoken out again and again in Congress,
in the press and on radio and television on the great problem facing the nation. He keep
constant vigil over all legislation which would affect the economy of the area. He introduced legislation for medical care for senior
citizens without resorting to socialized medicine and also
introduced legislation to raise the ceiling on outside tarning -
Ed Gurney Tackles The Problems of Veterans *. Ed Gurney supported the 1964 increases in Social Se-

curity benefit .1 an offset! to inflation and resents the Tact
A Veteran himself, Congressman Ed Gurney supported legislation for the benefitof the administration killed the bill in the closing dayi of Congress -
Veterans in the 88th Congress. Ed Gurney introduced your bill to prevent reduction in Here, with Mrs II. II Atherton, he pledges his effort!
of War Veteran and their survivors result of the Increase in Social
pensions a* a Security in the next two year to get SocUl Security increase' through
payments. He spent six year in Armed Force was wounded in Germany and awarded Congress
Purple Heart won Silver Star for heroic action.

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To keep informed constantly, Gurney 4If
make periodic inspection of military installations -
throughout the nation and has
traveled 50,000 mile on inspection trip
lie I la shown after landing on the aircraft
carrier WASP, while on anti-submarine patrol
At sea.. .
With Charles S. Kilgore and Jack
Adams of Florida American Legion


CPO # Gurney Welcomes f


Gurney ha personally
welcomed thousand of vial-
tors to the nation's capital
I including numerous school, II t f

,,I fraternal and religious{ ,
group |
I .. .
---- -- --
He has assisted thousands
I of area residents in their Gurney Hits The Campaign Trail .
problem with the Federal
Government Here Congressman Gurney right<< I il shown with Senator I
I and Mr*. Barry Goldwater when the GOP presidential
1 candidate appeared in Orlando on his Florida campaign trip.


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We need a strong Americato As a conservative, I believe in and will There should be Federal aid
combat communism, to impact areas where the
our greatest peril!since the fight for a free society in which Americans may local tax structure cannot

founding of our Republic.You reasonably bear the load,
realize their full social and economic potential provided local people control -

communism cannot win by against compromise unshackled by the chains of bureaucratic govern- the spending.
You cannot help wage
and concession.We .
ment. earner by pulling down
must fight communism

with tough-minded, professionally keeps us always ahead of You cannot create Jobs by subsidized weaklings and the wage payer.

... trained people Russia. discouraging free enter freeloaders.You WE MUST have a Federal
instead of amateurs.
prise. cannot strengthen the program adequate in

AMERICA must have a You cannot buy foreign America became great by weak by weakening the Central Florida to meet
sound economy a sound friends with a flood of the ideas and toil of strongmen -strong nor bring about the challenge of the 60'aand

dollar to protect the purchasing American dollars. and women, not by prosperity by discouragingthrift. beyond.

power of our .

citizens.wage earners and retired WE MUST keep the Federal Gurney Makes We must have an aggressive You problem cannot until solve Washington the farm

Government out of local foreign policy-not a defensive gets out of the farm busi-

You cannot spend the nation education, socialized: medicine Top Record In apologetic approach.WASHINGTONA nell8.

into prosperity.Irresponsible urban affairs, welfare -

government spending policies, farm programs Public OfficeEd Obtains U. S.
must be stopped to reduce electric power,
the national debt. Carney's experience in
business and a host of
public office now spans a
We must maintain a missile other programs where it decade. Study Of Brevard

and space program that has no business to be. He was Mayor of Winter
Park and was serving his

eighth year in public office
QuestionnaireReplies Beach Erosion
until he resigned to successfully
I campaign for the post

Prove Help To GurneyThe of First Representative to 2% Beach and Cocoa Beach
Congress from Florida's llth year engineering study of following summer storms
Congressional District.He Brevard's beach erosion that severely damaged Bre-
thousands of replies opposition of 77 per cent. won three elections in problems was authorized yard's shoreline.

Congressman Ed Gurney re- ANOTIIER 70 per cent Winter Park by substantial yesterday by the house The lengthy study will
ceived in response to his believed Congress has dele- margins and was elected public works committee. determine the method and

questionnaires have servedto gated too much authority to Mayor in 1960 by a margin Congressman Ed Gurney extent of federal participation
guide him in his action on the President and his executive of2Vitol. announced approval of the in restoring the Bre

numerous important issues. agencies. As Mayor he worked with study, to cost an estimated vard shoreline and main-
"I am greatly pleased by The nation's space program many governments of neigh. $109,000, adding that committee taining the beaches.

the tremendous interest the is progressing properly boring cities, the Orange approval is the only Although it is only one of
people of the llth Congres- according to 64 per cent and County Commission and Congressional authorization several erosion studies
sional District have shown in 71 per cent said the United consulted in required. ap-
Washingtonwith proved by the committee
governmental matters. It States should stress military his Congressman and Gurney asked for the yesterday, Gurney pointedout
has proved to be of help in its
development space Florida's Senators on city study last year at the requestof the authorization was
to me, Gurney said. efforts.
affairs. the of Melbourne
An overwhelming 84 mayors considerably higher than for
other .
cent believe that the United low On LMLLXU WOM00- projects.He
attributed this to the
States is losing the cold war (
length of the shoreline and
against communism.
the amount of beach area
The replies showed that
owned by the federal
78 per cent disapproved of
the foreign policy of the
Johnson Administration. Leah


tlon's approval of the sale of
U.S.wheat to Russia broughtout GETS

vote of 66 cent
a per "
against the program.A ;'" .' PHONESRESTORED

resounding "no" vote of

66 per cent was registered
on the question of "Do You
Favor the Administration's Toll-free telephone service

Policy of Increased Trade between Titusvilleand
with Communist Nations?" Cape Kennedy, cut
On the Cuban situation by federal governmentorder

74 per cent favored a pe- on June 8, was restored
troleum blockade and 72 in July through the

per cent favored recognition efforts of Congressman

and support of an exile Ed Gurney.
government. The tally Service was cut off
because of work on a new
showed 59 per cent againstany
invasion of Cuba with '" launching complex on
Merritt Island.
82 per cent against a "donothing"
attitude. Gurney contacted Federal

The use of Federal moneyto -- -- government authorities
improve commuter trans YES, SIR I MANY BAGS FULL-Congressman/ Ed Gurney of with the result that

portation, or mass transit, Florida' J 11th r District it swamped with mail as you can plainly see. the direct dialing toll-free
service restored for
in the larger cities of the The load of letters was
nation brought out the was In response to the questionnaire/ he sent the many Cape Kennedy
out to get views of his constituents. workers.


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Gurney GivenEndorsement Gurney Battlesfor

By ACA BoardWASHINGTON Florida'sCitrus

D. C. -
Congressman Edward J,
Gurney from Florida's 11th industryEdward
District was endorsed yes
terday by the Americans for

Constitutional Action(ACA), A J. Gurney Representative cultural industries in the
the nationally known non. from Florida's proce."
partisan political action organization 11th Congressional District,
dedicated to the S led the fight in Congress to (;.1:KNKaaid; that the
support and preservation protect Florida's economically Florida Citrus Industry ia
of constitutional government Important Citrus Industryfrom one of the few of America'
duty-free imports of cit. agricultural( : endeavor
The endorsement was an- rus products from Latin which "atanda on its own feet -
nounced by Admiral Ben American countries. and dues not need million of
Moreell chairman of the Appearing at a hearing by our tax dollar pumped intoit
board of trustees of ACA and r the Tariff Commission and in subnidiea."
gives Congressman Gurneythe the Tariff Information Committee "At a time when we are
.. .
support of highly distinguished Congressman Gur. trying to expand foreign
citizens including GURNEY KNOWS CITRUS' IMPORTANCE TO FLORIDAEd ney warned that the "futureof sales of Florida citrus and
Democrats Republicans and Gurney and Citrus man Joel Phillips Jr., Florida's multi-billion dollar thereby help to solve| our balance
Independents who compose this year's citrus and vegetable industry of payment problem,
inspect Congressman
orange crop.
the ACA board.
la gravely threatenedby we find ourselves faced witha
v Gurney has fought to protect our citrus interests.past "
a possible reduction or threat to iu very life, the
IN ADDITION to Admiral elimination of United States Florida Republican said
Moreell the board includes president of the American Citizens Foreign Aid Committee tariffs; on imports of foreign Gurney also cited: the Cit.
former President Herbert Medical Association. Brig. Gen. Robert W produce" rus Induitry'i independencefrom
Hoover Edgar Eisenhower Other members are Johnson former board chair "It la inconceivable to Federal subsidies, price
brother of former Charles Edison former Democratic man of Johnson & Johnson, imagine," Gurney continued support or production control
President Dwight Eisenhower governor of New Jersey "Our board of trustee "that those who are campaigning *.
Allan B. Kline past Lloyd Wright, past president endorse Congressman Gurney increased Amer. "After last year' devastating
president of the American of the American Bar as a highly qualified, ican participation in world freeze, the worst of
Farm Bureau Federation Association; Brig. Gen. Bon. dedicated member of Con trade would scuttle one of the century" Gurney added
and Walter B. Martin, M. D., ner Fellers national director gress" Moreell said our nation' few sound agriissra "I. didn't get one request for 'r

Federal help in rebuildingthe

Gurney Wins Fight To Protect UNION == grove I

WESTERN ..-- ... Gurney Is Named

Cattle Industry In Florida [\ jj neoo.fG_..II...... __.__. ...._ TELEGRAM..-. tta.>r....t='-"'_._.-.. 13 Man of The Week
-- -- I r 3IpNpliAskit I
Congressman Edward J.Gurney' of Tampa Miami and Jacksonville toIAM 1- oTto Ie WASHINGTON, D C .-
I' V Ta
orflCI = : VCOtIVKNtUAL ""
year-long battle to roust : III IItlllO Ape Edward J. Gurney of I lorl-
protect Florida's essential "Because of the cost 01 eOlt/U/ visa 104 Tws."S5srss = dn'i llth District hall been
cattle industry finally resulted transportation much of the : chosen Freshman Conll"'*'*.
in victory when Con meat imported through these == I : = srjr- man of the Week on Capitol
gress passed H. R. 1839 by a ports remains in Florida se CToll PW00 01D : 1tAAM11ltx1.T Hill
vote of 232 to 149. thereby depressing the price cm' A ,ntlt:! MEa n. ,MIl''" Gurney was named outstanding .
The bill establishes quo- received by Florida producers lit ssALL. : 'LOltOA enl'', ,",,"""L.II lawmaker by the
tas for imports of meats and v Nth! Club, a !group of Republican -
meat products based on an "Passage of this bill is a colleague in (onlCrl'lI'.
average during certain years. refreshing indication that :11oJa (Cal/tmm s .A .wiitiort
"This bill means much to Congress can be independentand ... ... ...... ... .., THE'' ; A %'AII> to Gurney
Florida farmers," Gurney work its will when 1111111I11I", 510a11A' wa presented by the club'
said. "Farmers raising beef aroused enough. I think it D.a.bw. t1 1 1444 president CongressmanDonald
cattle have been hard pressedfor would be a good thing forthe (I. Brotzman for the
years to make both ends nation if we did it more The NofMrM Millard I r. GMrroV Floridian'i "knowledgeableand
meet because of a rising flood often," Gurney commented. The .NMM of.MgraMMW ...... practical prrwntation".
of import from foreign nations .fM.wiiN, 0 c. of the American cattlemansplight
Appeals by the cattle. (Orlando Sentinel) Dew bill In the fact of mount

men to the Executive branch Gurney Moves UpA _._..__...... f.'II'a............" ., I ing foreign meat Import
of the government had the cattle. "guy. N tens" 4d UK VMiW Ot<* brought no relief not evena signal honor has come according to the citation
sympathetic ear." to freshman Congr. Ed Gur. ,.".MOM Ilk.In knew Hut Mw......._ kr NXty "wow" Gurney wu instrumental
... ,..... .. __
Ord low. ow 411111. w"f nom M
ney: Mr r...<>*wale hit of d. ............. _* Tita",_ effecting passage, of leginl
GURNEY FOUGHT for He has been blasted by Mra mm a,.. 'Un ecu. Initiatives slaves. at.*. MM.t aM tion to help American war
a year to protect the Florida Moscow radio along with 24 -at.We veteran
cattle industry and appeared other United States congressmen 18'lle l '.-., wa being .............. was .Iwgne so Gurney wa chosen for his
beef gad beat.......w,0..WA war tea III w _.... tar
before the Tariff Commission ......... We last. ass.be. .b..."investor Non t4a I.beef total esp aura tit a secret meeting
and the Trade Information Referred to a* "madmen". .0M.. Ms.... U.'M MMM.....*M P..t.sell ..>.MWH.( between Agriculture Secretary
,least......_, sea.s got be Me. sweet r4olood. Orville
Commission and madea these congressmen were de- Freeman, Und..rStocrtt.ry
number of speeches on the nounced for their effort last ....8, .... Pistons r......._'.A._,... we.M his r.bPa. of State George
.4d .... scan In """ ...... .
House floor.Gurney week to prod the governmentinto Ball and HOUM Speaker
pointed out that action on Communist M John McCormack in conncc
these foreign import are Cuba. tion with the beef Import
felt immediately in Florida When it comes from Mos Pt t ,4w limitation bill which the Ad-
because of the amount of imports / cow Ed, every knock' a has ministration opponed
which enter the port boost AIM ....


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Congressman Gurney In the headlines:

iJt' .,,':.<..'. .., .....
""'""J'' (Fort
fr.' ... 'e e NeWe Tr'b
(Aebwtrne Daily Time.) Gurney

Gurney Cites Sounds
- \ Needier Top I

Space Aides Treaty

I .. 'IT/'
(Winter ram Hun-Herald:: ) -- "1 """ I 'f .r-- /yr
Gurney Warm b
(Vero Beach Pres.Journal)
In k (Cocoa Tribune)
Praise Of nON.Gurney
Congress To
Area Teachers Gurney Give
islands Citrus Deal Capitol Flag To
Ir S111ri Canaveral City I
y?yrh ) (,.Titusville., Sir,Advocate) .!

lCOr ep Bo H pr Gurney Charges /heat Deal Will i.I I i.""
pace Million
P1104 Uri7e y
(Titusville Star-Advocate)

Gurney Urges Canceling Wheat Deal

l) (Orlando Sentinel)
juy sk
Gurney Gets\

.n od C InerT Task Force
d Appointment
(Orlando SenlinellGurney)
i i*
Growls As U.S. Lets

- LCastro Kidnap 19 Refugees

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(Orlando Sentinel) agitates the frames of these the areas largest city, Orlando (Orlando Sentinel)

veterans who can recall the prospering in a trading

By WILLARD EDWARDS palmy days when victory in area of 250,000 persons Gurney Bill

Chicago' Tribune the South was equivalent to In the vicinity of Cape r

Press ServiceWASHINGTON election and the very word Canaveral live thousands of Would Block

"Republican" lacked respectability young, educated persons

The Highly skilled, well-paid engineers Vet Pay LossBy

voice had an unmistakableNew Gurney is so typically and technicians and

England twang. It came New England that when he their families. ROULHAC HAMILTON
_. ... _
from a long-limbed, The 001 _
rangy was a Harvard student a economy is based on
congressman on the Repub- Boston newspaper selected missiles citrus, and tourists WASHINGTON Legis-

lican side of the aisle. He him to play the part of a There is probably no comparable lation aimed at preventing

was expressing a Yankee's "Cabot" in a series of photo- congressional district reduction In pensions of war _

horror of debts and deficits. graphs titled "A Cabot Loves in the nation. It is a veterans and their survivors

The speaker came honest. A Kelly." His Harvard class melting pot of old and young, as a result of anticipated increase

ly by his and north and south urban in
appearance mates engaged in ribald reminiscence and Security pay.
philosophy. He had been born about this episode and rural elements ments was introduced In the

in Portland, Maine of"rock. at a recent reunion.lie It's a new district, carved --- House yesterday by Rep. Edward

bound Republican" forebearsand arrived in Florida only out through reapportion. ED GURNEY dedicates J. Gurney.

was educated at Colby 15 years ago, still ailing ment because Florida gained Melbourne/ Airport.He The Winter Park Republican

College and Harvard Law from wounds received in congressional seats through said that thousands of

school. population gains. Democratic veterans face possible reduction
World War II which had needed canes to walk.
leaders, noting its Demo- in their over-all
kept him hospitalized lie
in condition
was no to
HE HAD law benefit if the Senate .
practiced cratic registration super. concurs
two wasted his six ft his law lie
in Wall Street, and was years skeleton iority of 3Vk to 1, were confident resume practice in [House approved leg
two in. frame to a 1947 to
wounded on European bat that they could elect spent trying regain islation to Increase Social
of less than 100 pounds. his and
tlefields when a member of their candidate to s.Gurney'a strength polished up Security benefit by S per
He craved sunshine and his knowledge of law at
the New York National victory, in whichhe
rest. He found an entirelynew Duke University, gaining am8JIter'a cent.The
Guard. polled 46,814 votes to his Gurney bill would

It was a background entitling career which, almost by opponent's 43,348, was a degree. eliminate this prospect by
accident culminated his In of the hospitals
in one many
him to a political career stunner.It exempting{ Social Security
election to last where
almost anywhere in the congress was a politically significant Gurney foughtfor benefits from income com

United States except southof November. triumph, a decisive had recovery raved about, a fellow the delights patient putations for determining ,7, '

the Mason-Dixon Line. step forward to a two-party eligibility for veterans'
MW HE is a voice of the of his home town of Winter
There, until recently, he system in the South. pensions
He Park With
"new south. represents an understand.
would have been regardedwith Gurney lawyerin
the Florida 11th district able aversion for the snow
dark suspicion as an New York and ab-
was and ice of the
which contains Cape Canaveral north Gurney
alien a northern intruder, sorbed into the
An amazing industrial Army as a went to Winter Park in 1948. began putting the pressure
ignorant of southern problems
member of the New York
and southern complex has arisen in Bre- J He staged a remarkable on me to run. I didn't decide
thinking. National Guard when it
vard County around this was recovery The canes were for three month. It meant
Some old-line Democratsin missile base. federalized. He joined as a discarded Today, he walks giving up a full and satisfactory ,
the House still shocked
are It is one of the fastest private, was commissioned with a slight suggestion of a life in which I took
whenever Rep. Edward John officers' candidate schoolin
growing areas in the nation, at limp. At 49, tanned and vigorous pride. But I finally agreed to
Gurney, a Florida Republican 1942, and in June 1942 he 35AFTHl "
having increased its population appears run.
arises to speak. was fighting Germans on the
371 per cent in 10 years. "I was sincerely! alarmed
He represents a "deep Rhine River as a tank officer
south" district of one-half In the 1940s, it was a with the 8th Armored : 1WO years, he about the trends of big government

million where the latest fig- whistle stop on the Florida Division had a prosperous law practice since the '30. The
which, at the time of his term 'socialism' Is
East Coast Railroad. outworn,
ures show 123,738 registered In the spring of 1945, his
election to congress, was returning but that's what we're
also includestwo being
Democrats and 35,076 registered The district outfit was shot up in a German
him much more than pushed into. There la an
Republicans. other coastal counties, counterattack. His tank
When "Ala- Indian River and St. Lucie, the $22,600 salary he receives area for federal control ar
Gurney says was knocked out, but he ral- .
bamer" and "Florider" in an which are largely occupiedby lied his men and won the the country grows larger,
that of citrus farmers and some lie became mayor of Win. but we have reached a point
accent akin to an- Silver Star for heroic action.
ter Park in a nonpartisan where the federal .
other New Englander in the cattle ranges. Inland, in a He achieved the Purple government
White House, a little shudder fourth county Orange, is Heart when a sniper piercedhis election and was absorbed seeks to do everything,
in the problems of fail-
a leaving the states and local
with bullet which
spine a growing city He had no governments little authority.

passed through(( his body thought( of leaving this hap- "We all complain and talk
"He was a lousy shot:
py life for Washington about this. I decided I hadto

Gurney remarked. "II* Then, the Young Republi. do something about it."
missed me with the first,
Club of
can Winter Park Ills Democratic opponent
then I dove behind a wall
called a meeting to discuss was John Button, a veteran
right into his second If I had
putting up a candidate for state legislator, whose claim
stood still, he'd never have in the .
congress newly formed to "Southern conservatism"

got me. llth district Gurney decided was dimmed by the Intensive

to attend at the hut minute campaign waged in his behalf

4ts7 UITII lUnil legs para- but the meeting didn't of the AFL-CIO-s Committee -

lyzed and his intestines perforated amount to much. The only for Political Organizes

f r ; Gurney spent two decision was to stag a GOP tion (COPE) which swamped

years In hospitals in France, rally. the district with paid orgtni-

England, and in the United "I got hooked into selling Mrs COPE concentrated on

f States. tickets to the rally," Gurneysaid the Negro vote, registered

His normal weight of 175 with grin,"and I guess 4,000 new voters, transport _

pounds diminished to 95. lie I sold about one.fourth of ad them to the polls on election a

almost died in a Massachusetts the house day, and told them howto

Drs"HAPPY At another ofthe hospital but was finally People said 'that fellow vote. Some of them, It was

j many rallies which have been held throughoutthe discharged in December must know a lot of people,' obvious, exercised their own

I 11th/ Congressional District for Ed Gurney. 1946. and, of course, I did. They judgement



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Your interests in the space

\\ program are Congressman

I r 1r Gurney's special concern


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and Natalie Gurney have three children:Sarah,
( Jill and John.The Gurneys are members of the Congregational
I Church.



College B. S. 1 1935 Harvard L. L. B. 1938 -
Duke Law School L.L. M. 1948

v* b} ,
Member of the Florida and New York Bars -
Served at City Attorney of Maitland,Florida


War II Enlisted as Private 1941 Honorably
discharged i 1946 as Lt. Colonel Holder of the Purple
Heart and Silver Star decorations Served in Europe
with combat division


in community affairs, service clubs and veterans'


: Elected City Commissioner in Winter Park 1952-68
Elected Mayor of Winter Park, 1961 Elected to Congress As your member of the power fellow Congressmen as an authority
1962, 11th Congressional District ful Science and Astronautics on our national space pro-
CONGRESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Committee (SPACE COMMITTEE) gram. He has kept constant watch
Ed Gurney has worked for, over all space legislation; be-
Outstanding lit Term Congressman Member of the staunchly supported and voted cause of the great importance it
Science and Astronautics Committee the Committeeon for Space Appropriations each bears on the economy and well-
Committees the Manned Space Flight Sub-Com- of
mittee NASA Oversight Committee the Space and year, especially for Cape Ken- being your area.
Aeronautics Task Force Republican Conference. nedy. He Is recognized by his

VOTE keep Edward J. i,.


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