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Title: Star-advocate
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Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 28, 1964
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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84th Year No. 130 24 Pages Teday TfasYffie, Florida, Wednesday, October 26, 1964 6c Pe )Copy Publish s d Fridays





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I Bussard Raps SheriffMax Street Improvements Slated Rockets 8,000MileFiery Over




Bussard former comptroller bonding companies of the act ly used by Bussard. The companies For Indian River HeightsCity TrialCAPE
of Sheriff Leigh Wilson's that approximately $35,000 in had not been notified
j department, presently under ball money has been forfeiteddue that the bonds had gone to
charges by the sheriff of em. to lack of notification to Judgement Council last night authorized Swift suffered severe damage them." Talmadge said. "These truck for street department I KENNEDY (AP-En-
be&lement of department funds, the bonding companies.The Bussard said, in answer to the the appropriation of during recent rains and Mere streets are set out to be resurfaced Authorized the designation of ginews today began analysing
yesterday answered an article county commission has article: some $8195 to repair rain dith told City Manager Cleveland under the street resurfacing Greater Pride, Inc as tile I information radioed from a
ppearing in Tuesday's Orlando been asked to act as an agentto "The use of my name as an damaged streets in Indian RIver Talmadge he felt responsible program." "Beautiflcatlon Authority" for I space glider that rocketed overa
Sentinel involving him in a bail try and recover a portion of excuse for all on the mistakes Heights, and the original since he built the streets initially. The council approved T. J. the city. blazing 1,800-m11e-an.hour ballistic
bond case where bonding companies this money, "50 cents on the made, and there are many, dur street contractor, Blondy Meredith He submitted a bid of madge's recommendation: that Denied a petition of Job course Tuesday night
are trying to recover es dollar" If possible. ing Wilson's term of office, is has agreed to do the Job at $2.25 per square foot comparedto the appropriation be made from Watson to close Bobbins Avenue Several weeks may be neededto
treated bonds.Wednesday During the hearing it was getting extremely annoying to cost. a Roy Roberts bid of $).25. the contingency fund for the from Garden Street to Nor evaluate the data completely.The .
a special session pointed out that several bonds The streets, Hardy, County "We plan to convert there work. wood Avenue City manager reported project ASSET glider
of the county commission was were found in a desk in the sheriffs me."This morning's Orlando Sen. Road, Hood, Johnson, Keates, streets to sil cement and put In other action council: that a sewer line was darted 31 miles into space atopa
held to hear the complaints of department, a desk former (Continued On Page 24)) Parker, Stuart, McDonald, and ooe-haU-incb hot mix surface onI Awarded low bid to McCotter in this right-ofway and t bat single-stage Thor rocket and
Motors for two Falcons to be adjacent property owners h a i d then plummeted through the at.
It Will Honor America's 'Initial used by electrical and building not been notified mosphere as temperatures up to
Man-ln-Space ProgramHistorical
Inspectors The low bid for the Awarded bid for city Insurance 2,000 degrees seared its delta-
two automobiles was IMO.. to Brevard Mutual Insurance winged underside.
I Authorized city manager to Co., on the ground of the Fifteen minutes after launch
Monument To Be UnveiledA advertise for bids for three police unaudited policy that the city log, the sleek craft sank In the I .j
I cruisers, a three-w h e 01I manager felt would save c I 11'I I Atlantic Ocean as planned 100
I motorcycle for parking control, money as city grows. miles southeast of Cape Kennedy I.
historical monument honor. tual missions, and other memor program. ed adjacent to one of the main I while visiting the space two-wheel motorcycle for traffic Accepted resignation of Jam near Grand Turk Island.
big America's Initial mann I abilia of the historic scientific I The monument will be local I thoroughfares used by the pub-'lie. cen.1 control, motor grader far R. Cooper from T-C Airport Throughout the flight two sue- ,
pace program will be dedicat street department and dump authority. eta panels fluttered and vlIiato ..
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----------- ed to check stresses
ed at Cape Kennedy Nov. 10 to dynamic
mart for present and future gen J Beverage Sales To Minors that punished' the six.foot-long
erations the site of our nation's l.ioa pound spacecraft
pioneering manned orbital A paper.thin corrugated panel I

flights.Dr.. .Edward C. Welsh, acting: ,# ; i '; ;$ [ Topic Of Panel DiscussionA alternately every 10 stretched seconds and and )loovened flutter r
Information
chairman and executive secretary was registered 4
of the National Aeronautics panel discussion on "Alco bout beverages were asked to at 100 checkpoints Oscillationswere 1
and Space Council, will be holic Beverages Being Sold To have a representative present at measured by a rigid aero
principal speaker at the unveiling Minors" was held in the council the meeting. dynamic flap which was forced I
Several problems were dls one and three-fourths degree
and dedication which will
be attended by an estimated 200 room at City Hall Tuesday, cussed concerning beer b e I III'| Into the alntrtam at rates from, t
congressional, government and Members of the panel were "', sold to minors by local store 10 to 25 cycles per second! *"
Industry leaders. J. Bohannon of t the Tirusville Police about fake Identification cards The launching was the fourth
Department; Louis Lowery, being used by minors an also of six scheduled in the $W mil.
,. Invited to the ceremonies are representative of the Sheriffs about several laws which come lion ASSET project, whose
the key participants In Project Office; Jon P. Lorbach, of the of the bartenders and owners pose is to correlate flight date
Mercury, ranging from the seven United States Brewers Association did not understand. with theoretical and ground test
original astronauts to congressmen : E. H. Miller, district director Bohannon reported that each information and to evaluate the I
from NASA and mil- of the Florida State Beverage week there are from two to 10 glide method of reentering the .
nary leaders who conducted the Department; and Tony! minors picked up who an "dead< atmosphere
actual flights to Industrialists Saldano, also of the Tltuivllle : drunk". This certainly is a problem Air Force U Col. Curtis L.
whose firms built the equipment Police Department I that everyone should try to ScovUle: project director, said
which made the flights Attending the discussion were correct, he emphasized the flights could provide design
possible. Y approximately 25 bartenders and After the discussion, follow criteria for spacecraft which
The commemorative event ri L7 T Y tavern owners from the I by a question and answer .period could range over thousands ol
will be conducted cooperatively TitusvUle area AH local bars, everyone was Invitedto miles and land like an airplane.
I by the National Aeronautics package stores, taverns, and the Police Station )foe' coffee Spaceships of this type are berne -
'. Space Administration, the U. S. r' '.M ay grocery stores selling eke and refreshments conslacna for astronaut
Air Force, and the General Dynamics planetary jourotyt and u rshJ>
Corp., builder of the men and supplies
hJ : Killed
JLAati 'Pemberfon In AccidentCAPE
Atlas launch vehicle used for y I between shrub and the
the four successful manned orbital moon and between earth and or
flights. KENNEDY (AP-WU- the former Mary Ellen: Penny; biting space stations.
The monument will be erected Dam Q. Pemberton, M Titus one son, Mark; two daughters, The first three ASSET launch-
as a public service by the E- vile propulsion technician, was Jayne and Lisa, all of Tour. ng* tested materials developed
General Dynamics Corp. and r- yule; his parents, Mr. and Mrs to survive withering re-entry I
donated during the ceremoniesto killed TuudaIIIlht when his William E. Pembertofl t beat The shot Tuesday night i iI
the United States governmentTo y! truck: overturned near the Gemini of Wingdale. N.Y.; I brother, I was the first to evaluate struo
be dedicated as a "tribute"to 1k. program complex. Robert of Wlngdale; and two ural and aerodynamic charac-
the men and women who contributed r Pemberton, an employe of the sisters, Mrs. George Hall of Two..
to the success of Project Martin Co., was the 18th fatality Danenberg, Conn., and Mrs. ultra high frequency ra
Mercury," the monumentwill la the 14-year history of the Reglnal Brown of Wad lnglot, dio telemetry systems transmit-
be located on Cape Kennedy Cape. Seven men died tI1.IIlear, N.Y. tad Information to two CUO
near launch complex 14 k. Including three fatally burned Funeral services will be conducted lanes and a tracking ship The
where four astronauts began ,1r a rocket stage explosion at 2 p.m. Friday at Smith Air Force reported good signals
their orbital missions. 1 A veteran of the Korean Conflict Chapel with Bet, Charles Bates, were received.
Project Mercury was organized 'I, ..' : fee came to Tttusvtile six of First Presbyterian Church,
Oct. 7, 1158, and was climax. f.: ,;, : years ago from Wingdale, N.Y. officiating. Interment will be In
ed May 18, Wtt with astronaut He war bon la Waddlngton, OakJawn Cemetery. Smith Funeral Wilson Hits
L. Gordon Cooper's successful .- N. Y on June 25, 1 JO.Be I Home Is la charge of arrangements
22-orblt mission. It accomplish. I II survived by his wife, I .
ed six completely successful
manned space flights two Increases Are Bad Rumor Mill
ub-orbttal missions boosted by Pay Approved
Redstone rockets and four orbital Sheriff Leigh Wilson said today
flights boosted by Atlas t that false rumors and untrue
For Council
pace launch vehicles. I City Employees anonymous telephone calls
The monument honoring therogram ,' art being made to various news
is fashioned of stainless Tttnirffle City Council has rate of pay Is the construction media concerning the sheriff
steel the same as used authorized the city manager to departments, when labor epartment
in the Atlas space launch vehicle put into effect retroactive to ers earn $12 per hour T 1111 I According to Wilson, t b sic
In the shape of the astronomical would be Increased to $1.48 per alls are statements that the
symbol for the planet Oct. 1, wage and salary study hour for a starting wage and )ertff* department "beats peo-
Mercury. The numeral "sev and resulting reconunendations. would go up to g1.jon the Mix- pie and bury their bodies on
en" Is Incorporated Into the City Manager Cleveland T a .I- step merit scale plan. beaches push old ladies under
symbol to denote the seven original madge said that the plan would Other departments have been automobiles, etc"
astronauts in the nation's n mean as much as S7l$80 per adjusted, but the salary Inmate The department authorities
manned space program. It month to firemen and policemen would not be as slgnlfl- have traced the source of t h e
stands 12 feet UQ and six feet who an considered extremely, cant as noticed In the firemen alls, according to Deputy Gene
wide and Includes a bronze tablet -altThe I I and policemen's salaries Hatters, to a former member of
wita the dedicatory Inscription MONUMENT TO SPACE HISTORY-Artist con- plex 14 where four astronaut began their orbital starting pay suggested In Prank Brown, who made the the department who "was dismissed ,
and a medallion 2tf> feet in cept depicts historical monument to be dedicated ml loN. The monument will be unveiled In commemorative the salary adjustment plan survey, suggested the city have for conduct unbecomingan :
diameter featuring the faces of Nov. 10 at Cape Kennedy, honoring America's Initial ceremonies: conducted cooperatively by would see rookie policemen and a re-evaluation next year to con officer".
the seven original astronauts in man-ln-space Project Mercury program and markIng the National Aeronautics Space Administration, firemen, now earning $32) per tinue the city's .ability to compete It would be deeply appreciated
check In this fast arts. If calls received of this
bas relief. the site of its pioneering manned orbital flights. the U. S. Air Force and the General Dynamics month receivlnf I pay growing any
Beneath the monument, a time Corp, each month of $)rt. The max Councilman R. I. Mutually nature, were revealed to the de-
The monument Is a 13 foot tall six foot wide, stainless builder of the Atlas launch vehicle used for the manned
said that the had and if
merit wants
capsule, Intended for opening in imum over a six step pay dt'manaaer pertinent, anyone
2464 will contain published histories steel representation of the astronomical symbol orbital missions Some 200 congressional, govern Kale, would be $908 per month. "taken a good sound step In toe. to check the false rumors, the
of Project Mercury, technical for the planet :Mercury. It incorporates the numeral mint and Industry leaders are expected to attend One other department that direction of equitable pay", records of the department are
reports, tape recordings "seven" to denote the original seven Project Mercury the ceremonies. the city ha had a difficult timekeeping and recommended the study be at your disposal", the sheriff
and motion pictures of the ac. astronauts. Pictured in background is launch com- employees due to tile adopted. stated.I .



I First Saturn 1 Launched 3 Years AgoThree I JI



years ago' Tuesday the astronauts first into earn orbit rector of the Marshall Center, predicted Impact: point The load placed Into space. one bunched: flew vocceaifuOy: ant Saturn V rocket, the kind
States successfully and later to the moon watched the liftoff of the biggest flight lasted eight! mfrprt**. September If. that win make trip to the moon
United A sixth Satan was launch .
UN Oct 27, Mfl rocket he built hand Another Saturn I launch and back. ,- "
launched its first heavy duty At : am. ever was May 21, IH4 again with the AD the huge rockets made : '"
space rocket. the initial Saturn the eight Saturn engines wen Into speed steadily went ed April 23, 1X2, a third November first and second stages live, and highly successful flights, U .... ft win l be ever JSO feet tan ;
at the arch out 11. 1M2, and I fourth
Land thus started "catching Ignited Cape Kennedy pre-programmed gala with "payloed" exceed pncedenud feat and five time more powerful 1
mto the big rocket field. flu, launch pad. The 460 too over the Atlantic Ocean. It March II, 1M1. ing 17.00 pounds. Part of this than those launched so far. Each (''y
have BOWbee rocket standing 112 feet tall, readied a height of 85 miles, Then the Marshal Space Three more of this type rock .
Seven Saturn orbiting package was aa early oIt booster engine will be r.
and an made >>- lifted off the pad.It during ***** check-out of the 33 Flight Center added a five .,. et win be launched. The next *
launched model of aa Apollo spacecraftApoOo II all eight of the V
ai powerful
These nee slow at first Employees million horsepower: booster\ per stage called the f-IY. oa one scheduled I 11 aboard a river "
JDOIt flawless flights. I II the lame of tie Saturn I engine combined. :
have pwea many new hen at the NASA.Mar. stage and attained a top speedo top of the fifth Satin booster. spacecraft scheduled bull enroute to Cape Kennedy (
flights concepts and have C 0 Do Shan Space Flight Center, who uoe mile per hour launched January 2*, 1H4. It three astronauts the moosarryby ft I* to arrive October 30. Toe Saturn V can haul a 4S i i
rocket: heavfly to the larger befit the Satan heard a report The spent rocket: feD Into me made a Bear perfect flight and 1170. Meanwhile, employee at the ten payload to the moon or place f
trtbuted Saturn IB and SatinY that It looks good. Atlantic Ocean over 214 mile* placed man than tJJKQ pound Marshall Center today were a payload of 120 ton into earth
vehicle, which, wiD carry three Dr. Weraher van Brass, di from Cape Kennedy, Bear the into earth orttt the heaviest A JmDIJa Satin I, me last readying component tor the > orbit


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'opjoq Published BtUMished Mondays 1880 Ray, 'Man Of The Year' BOB MUIIET HUDSON'SIII



ATIV( A Wednesdays, and Fridays "Wlat'i the matter, boy?" Titasvlfe Rotary. Let's sue

I MtM8L8 By Tituivllle Star-Advocate, Inc. the warden asked the prisoner. where this "indomtaabte spirit" WRAPPER
"Mah sentence, tub," the prisoner began. ..l./n f"'
C wee At The Star.Advocate Building answered. "Ah caln't Ray was born 37 years ago m "-1 ,.. ,

1rj0 4 If'I J100 S. Hopklni Ave. do all this hyah time do jedge Jacksonville and attended local
done give me!" I Schools, Including Lee High,

'j "How much time were you where he was active in student ease you think you got them itch .for others it
MEMBER: Florida Press An'ni; ftadfinal Editorial Ais'o and given," the warden asked. affairs and played football and troubles now and then, take makes the boys itch.

Associated Preil. I' "Life explained the new ar other athletics pity on the writer, who announced -

-Henry H. Hudson Frei, Mra. Hazel S. Hudson, Vlce.-Pres. rival. Upon graduating from high activities at Draa Field. As an old chain smoker, I
Robert H. Hudson, Secy:: .'Treat. "Well, Just do what you can," school, he entered the University With the THS language must admit
Henry H. Hudson, Publisher Robert H. Hudson Editor the understanding warden an of Florida for a couple of teachers listening, we bad to I didn't think I could ever
David Dunn, Advertising Mgr S. L. Floyd, Circulation\ Mgr. swered kindly. 'I semesters before being called an of the names of
pronounce
Raymond B. Rutherford, Classified Adv. MET. We think that using the above. into the Army for a short time. the foreign exchange students But I broke the habit, despitemy

Second-Caes Postage Paid at Titusville, Florida anecdote Is appropriate for two He served a tour of duty at R during introductions! Friday fears;
I reasons: first It makes a point I Jackson, S.C. After this tour, he night I haven't smoked a chain in
Subscription Rates- and second our Profile today Is entered the
again University
Carrier Home Delivery 1 Yr. $7.80.6 Mo. $4.00 8 Mo $2.25 Now try these on for size: years.
By Mail in Florida 1 Yr. W.SO 6 Mo. $3.M 3 Mo. $2.00 known far and wide for his anec where he eventually met and Vasslllos Militsis from The
Outside Florida 1 Yr. $7.501 Mo. $4.00 S Mo $2.50 dotes or jokes; in fact he is referred married one of Titusville's prettiest saly, Greece; Deve de Benck- Just when conversation about
to by his fellow Rotar- girls, then a lovely freshman
( elaer; Kattaneh Amir-AM; the new baby gets going good,
lans as the "club's worst joke at the University, Connie
teller." Ramos Losada; Alfredo Mag-- somebody has to change the
Bryan. ianni Christina Hamanna. subject
Ray Winstead, Rotary Club I Ray, an ambitious young man, ;
EditorialsUnwelcome President; North Brevard decided to help work his way l tf Hope we got a passing grade
Never comes before
.f 4 say age
YMCA vice chairman and one through the university, so he obtained <
Lanarls the no man In his right
Terry stopped by beauty;
of the principal organizers, presIdent a job serving tables at
of Brevard County one of the university's sorority /.wLII/.A'nMw3.. a. Y.b.k., n .Mryx. office Monday to call our attention mind ever pushed his way',
I to the fact that his through a revolving door aheadof
new
of Florida Alumni houses.
University (That'i a Job? )

DuckThe Association; active in the state He engaged In many enter. I ter was born. Emma Lou is the still be found at fires, but his restaurant as we called la It not in"Magic our "StrictlyBusiness" Chef, a curvaceous-blonde. "
and boards of realtorsand activities Phi
county campus including
sake of her maternal
I name fire-fighting clothes would be
column Friday but "You promised me that you1wouldn't
officer in North Bre-
an the Delta Theta fraternity.
grandmother, the revered and business suit or shirt and tie. "
Chef". buy a new dress.
"Royal Sorry, Terry,
I
United Fund's 'Dead Duck' appears to have yard Board; Chamber of Commerce Upon graduation, Ray was beloved Mrs. J. J. Parrish Sr. As Rotary president, Ray has well try to do better next "I couldn't help it, the devil
Upon moving to Titusville, been a spark that is recognizedand "
filed homestead exemption in the North Brevard time. tempted me.
Ray began to make his mark appreciated by his fellow Either Titusville is far out in "Then, why didn't you say
Area. This unwelcome visitor, who spent most of and designed the "sentence" of Rotarians. He is known, other behind Satan "
front of Cocoa populatlonwtse 'Get three me, ?
his sojourn here last year, continues to remain withus service to which he will probably than by his leadership, partial or we have a lot more residents "I did and then be whisperedover
week after week this year. devote a lifetime larly by the jokes he tells at
again concerned about their my shoulder, 'My dear, it
.
Of the important committeeson Rotary luncheons and bas gained
city governmentIn fits you just beautifully In the
While Titusville and North Brevard has long en- which Ray has served, he a certain amount of notar- our election recently, back.' "
feels the recreation committeeof iety because of them. But
o a e
Joyed the reputation as a duck hunter's paradise. slightly more than 5,000 residents
the Central and Southern Rotary member expressed it
the reputation we are gaining over this 'duck' any Florida Flood Control Die this way: "He takes the usually were eligible to vote and, An engineer was assigned to

thing but favorable and it's high time we got rid trict is probably the most Important sober Rotary meeting and I according to city hall yesterday the North Pole for research:
I this has climbed to above work: and his biggest fear was
makes It a whale of a lot of
of the bird.
1,200 now. of being Isolated and freezingto
The object of this committee fun. I
held election
Dead Duck awarded the section of Bre director; active In girl I again called for another tour likes Cocoa a city death.
The. to Is to coordinate and work with Ray his politics, too, and yesterday and had 3,530 eligible "Don't worry," said a fr'end.
vard lagging in contributions to the United Fund, scout work and chairman of the with the army, and he and his the district in setting up a recreational gets into the thick: of gubern voters so our total Is TJ give you something to pre
Girl Scout Camp committee, ac. bride spent most of that time, area out of the UpperSt. torial races, and other political
came to North Brevard after the initial weekly report nearly 2,000 higher. vent anything like that"And
tive In his Presbyterian church, during the Korean conflict, In Johns Basin, which is designed "hot boxes". He was North Bre Looks we're
Central and South Brevard led in contribu- as though really so he returned with a
as as an elder and as chairman of Santa Maria, Calif. Just prior to to be a huge water storage vard campaign manager for unsuccessful ,
box three-ounce
"growing up. containing a
tions then as they have since. its building committee and being sent overseas, he was discharged shed. This will be the most aspirant for the bottle ..f gin, a half-ounce vial
chairman of Its site selection and he his wife and single Important project to Central Democratic nomination for
,
The United :Fund of Brevard County, Inc., and goy They say that when you're of vermouth, an olive and a
committee member of the Bra infant Florida In that it will be Bud Dickinson
; daughter, Cheryl, returned ernor, In the two
outfumbled for the check that'sshellout cocktail Inside the box
all deserving ,
its 22 member agencies/services are highly glass. I
vard County Board of Adjustment to Titusville, where he entered the source of water for yearsto May primaries, and has thrownhis
of our support, needless to say, and we implore ; past president of the Rlv. into the Insurance business come and the ambitious proj : support behind Mayor Hay falter. were the following directions: ,
I "In start to freeze
ervlew Elementary School with Kingman Insurance ect is to see that Central Florida don Burns, the Democratic: nom. case you
Advice to the gals a lass to death, fill glass with ice or 1
Parent Teacher Association Agency never runs out of water. The
.. I inee.Ray who wears the neckline plunge, snow, pour in gin, then ver- .
--- --------------- ------ member of the recreation creation of the water shed will
;
Later, the family moved to Orlando Is becoming quite famousas
may find men ask her out to mouth, put olive In glass and j
committee of the extremely 1mjortant create also a huge area which
where son Bryan was a "chef par excellance" for A later
L lunge start stirring. moment ,
Central and Southern could be utilized and turned Into
born and later to Thomasvllle, his culllnary art. He smokes
Florida Flood Control district. one of the outstanding recreational someone will tap you on the
Ga, where Ray was engagedin and barbecues meat and then
'TIs said that all a sweater shoulder and 'That's naway
say
These are some of the activities areas In the country, wllh
insurance for several invites various friends to his I
years.In does for some girls is to make to make a martWl'Unkle !
of North Brevard's "Man of thousands of of
acres fishing,
Thomasville, another son, "palatial" home to enjoy his art. .
the Year," so chosen by the Frank, was born. hunting, boating and swimmingareas I Recently at Connie's birthday
Greater Titusville Chamber of Upon the death of Connie's that would be unequalled party, he smoked turkeys, bar
Commerce, and is part of a father, the late Needham W. anywhere In the U.S. becued steaks and ribs. The ;
life.time "sentence" he has Imposed Bryan, the Winstead family Another of the duties which meat that was cooked that evening FuD's

upon himself, a sentence moved back to Titusville a n dRay Ray accepts very seriously is would have fed the Armyof
of service to North Bra assumed a spot in the real that of his role as captain of vol. Northern Virginia. roYum

vard. estate firm of Bryan-Conway, unteers of the Titusville Fire Ray is an extremely popular t
Ray was chosen "Man of the founded many years ago by his Department Late at night or "man about town", and has become
Year" by the chamber from a father-in.law. Later the realty early morning, Capt Ray can a target for North Bre ( j
1 t ) resume submitted unknown to firm became known as Bryan. be found at fires in coveralls, vard people who want things
him by' his fellow Rotarians Conway and Winstead, with Ray boots and fire hat, directing and done. His willingness to serve
The resume stated that through becoming vice president keeping tabs on the volunteer and his ability to lead made him !
hit "Indomlnable spirit" he had Four years ago, the Winstead's members of the department. an excellent choice for North 1I
sparked and given new life to fourth child and second daugh- During business hours he con Brevard's "Man of the Year". ,- 1
(
Dawgone iffen I dldent see Senator Parrish cood have rc :

more old friends at that Bray acted tew all them aorta "hittln, I:
hill Bulldln' Dedicashun! last below the belt remarks" made
Letters From Our Readerssaid (
:1 Thursday than I've seen In about him durin' the primary (
: quite a spell. They wax folks don't it? As Old Aunt Mattie 1

I there from all over Florldy an' Hornwhistle allus said, "What's ,
: It shore looked like they wax Mountain Dew fer Lem Winder. .
Hi's Worried United States was already following -. Jim Drawdy. are uncertain whether they avin' a good time snoot is fire water tew Titus
Editor: out this plan and trust I worked with Jim In law enforcement are obliged to comply with the Wal, Old Unkle Horace an' The Whisperin' Indian."

I have just finished readingan ed that Soviet Russia would do while we were both shipper's request to pay for the Aunt Cupcake Vlnkle Is a com- Old Fud waz at the nIte time
article published by the U. so too. deputies under the late Jimmy merchandise or return it They in' up tew visit us out In the Keewanis meetin' Monday rote

S. Government Printing Office I beg of you, Mr. Editor, in Dunn for five years and have are not aware of their rights Holler sew they kin go tew the an' some one waz talkln' about
document number 0.702-218 your position as one of the I I found hint to be a forthrightand and liabilities and are confused Coon Holler Crab Smashers an' all the different kinds of engin f
((156) 1984 Guardians of the public's right capable law enforcement as to what their attitude shouldbe Oyster Shuckers Sasslety at eers they's got fer members t
tl This article Is entitled "Out. to know, print this atrocity for I officer. I know he is thoroughly toward the nheralded package Packwood Friday nlte. They an' someone said they ott tew (
LINE OF BASIC PROVISIONS the people of Brevard County to familiar with all phases of delivered to them. live In Goose Gulch whiCh Is classify Ike Rigeil as som&J I

j rj OF A TREATY ON GENERALAND read for themselves; cry out In administration and operationof Recipients of unordered merchandise rite near to Pompyno Beach. thin' else. Since Ike went tew
COMPLETE DISARMAMENT your loudest voice sound the the sheriff's department generally are not See where Jim Dressler Is Cape Canaveral about the time J

In A PEACEFUL alarm, say to all, "Listen, listen Tlllrran McHenry obliged: 1. To acknowledge its uln' Virgil Schenck: fer sayin' the Spaniards waz leavln' f 1
iA WORLD" This outline was presented this is your Country thatIs Merritt Island receipt 2. To return It I. To things about him what he don't some one suggested they jist 1
to the 18 Nation Commit- being stolen from you" In pay for It, unless used. 4. To take tew sew kindly Klnda print on his badge "Old Set ,
tee on Disarmament in Geneva banner headlines and thunderous Good Advice give It particular car*. S. To I makes a feller wonder how tier.

Switzerland on April 18, 1962.It voice arouse us from our Editor: keep it beyond reasonable length Saw Mister L. C. CroftonJ

was presented by Mr. Arthur apathy Speak again the wordsof -I- James W. Stone Manager of of time. ting or returning the goods." tother day an" he said, "Fu Dean for the United States Government Patrick Henry, "Give me liberty the Hagcrstown (Md.) Chamberof They are obliged: Newton J. Funkhouser yew got yer Indians mixed up' t
and it Is the plan or give me death."; remindus Commerce, said today the 1. To surrender It to the ship 1U Benerly St them Indians what had ther ,
which Is now being followed of Flanders Field of World irksome practice of sending unordered per or his agent If called for In campfires down town in

through by the Johnson Admls- War I, "To you with falling merchandise throughthe person, within a reasonable per c."lhIlatIeMEdItor ville years ago waz the "Ays'*, r}
stratum In It's adherence to hands we throw the torch, be malls continues to flourish iod of time. In this event, the : (that name is pronounced like] 1
the policies of the Kennedy Administration yours to hold it high. If ye and advised the public that It Is recipient may demand the pay. That newest stepping stone to the word "eyes"). 1

THIS PLAN IS break faith with us die we generally under no obligationto ment of storage before relinquishing your career In this beautiful With all the negative votin' '
all area residents to pledge your wholehearted THE OFFICIAL POLICY OF shall not sleep though poppies pay for or return unsolicited the merchandise."As newspaper plant, your dream what's bin done around City 1 I

support to this worthy endeavor. TilE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT grow in Flanders Field Remind goods. a practical matter," said thrills me each time I think of Hall these past few years, I t
AND A DISARMA us of the broken faith The Chamber executive said ,
the Chamber of Commerce, It and I know what It means to
reckon that wazz about the only
Each and everyone of the services supported by MENT COMMITTEE FOR that is now being accorded the housewives and business and "senders of unordered merchandise you The satisfaction of it time In the history of Tidyville

your contributions have performed invaluable assis THE IMPLEMENTATION OF dead of Flanders Field, of Iwo professional people report the are rarely In a position to must be tremendous. when cood The r

tance to area residents and play a vital role in the THIS UP BY PLAN HAS BEEN SET Jlma, North Africa Italy, the receipt of a wide variety of institute suit for the petty Our congratulations and Ays have anyone it". (Sounds say like one J
THE GOVERNMENT beaches of Normandy, Korea, goods they didn't order ..nddon't
heartfelt wishes to and Mrs
amounts involved and you of Dick Simonett's an' Ray ,
everyday life of Brevard they
County.If
'and now, Viet Nam. Brand want books
as Including
This Is the plan whereby the Hudson and your devoted staff, Winstead's jokes.) J
,traitor all those who would subvert fountain wallets know It Nevertheless, some J
I stationery
haven't made United Fund contribution Armed Forces of the United pens for a future second to none la
you your States will be completely eradicated -I or destroy the Constitutionof and other items. shippers make nasty threats success and happiness. Be seem' tan | j
or signed a pledge card for your fair share, even to the shotgun own these United States I Many of them Mr. Stone to frighten the timid Into remit- Ed Stevenson tinkle Fud

please do so today. If you wish to direct all or part of ed by you or me. One paragraph I Mr. Editor, I do not speak asa t

your gift to specific UF Agencies, all you have to do In this Treaty specifically representative of any political TT TT T TY 1Ij

is so designate. sets forth the manner In party or political organization

which civilian firearms are to speak as an individual, avery
i Let's carry our fair share of the United Fund be confiscated. This Is the very frightened man who No Year's Wait nQa

load here in North Brevard and let Central or South plan whereby ALL our weapons I has Just gazed into the maw

Brevard by claim to the 'Dead Duck' for a change. and means of delivery of these of a monstrosity that would 1 I
weapons will be completely eli eradicate every Individual In FORVThis
minated. This is the plan this Country and leave only a

. whereby ALL military organisations mass of bleating sheep. If
My Neighbors of the Country and ALL you do not have a copy of this
=' Institutions designed to organize hienous document I will be Higher Rate
.-*? ;i %IiI military efforts In this Countrywill glad to give you mine, but whatever ;

be totally abolished. ThisIs you do, print it Ills
:\ the plan wherby TilE GOVERNMENT your responsibility not only as
f"itnB'ate OF THE UNITED a citizen of this Country, but Savings left by the 10th of any month earn from the i

t Our Savior Christ Joint* STATES WOULD BE PLACED also as a Newspaperman. bat Savings insured up to $10,000 ($30,000 for a husband

who abolished death, and UNDER THE JURISDICTION A Married American ./\ l0 and wife) by FSUC, a permanent agency of the U. S. .
brought llf. and Immortalityto OF THE UNITED NATIONS! N. II. Kersey V Government i
Uht.-IJ Tim. ItlO. This Is the most infamous 208 Julia St i

If wo but accept the truth treacherous, and frighteningplan Titusville :
that w are maintained In pot that has ever been foistedon :iRrst- enl
lection by the life of Christ the people of any Nation in Support Drawtfy Current Dividend Sa"ing$
c-r. within as then now life, BOW the history of mankind. ThisIs Editor Rat .
*Tve made 'en M often Fm breath now serve force and the plan which Mr. Johnson I am fully supporting and endorsing compounded *JM( Una ,Aittctitlta of TltvivllU ,
Winning to hU... my campaign now substance will constantlyand re-affirmed In a letter to the Jim Drawdy for Semi-Aanuaily

promtae. ....,ou gotta continually rebuild our Disarmament Convention in .sheriff, and ask those who sup Dowatowa OfilcsjWaaaJagtoa Branch Office :
help me, doc..."' body Umplo January of this year and stipu- [ported my candidacy la the Opoa 9 to 3 Dally, Also I to 7 Friday at Mala 14J N. Coqulfl ;
lated to the Convention that the first primary to also support.
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I Indian River Cify South Titusville NewsA Pleat tn Mmtttats cowamton'Association with UN I CPA-Biikirs In j

and the Board. of TeenTownTabebvlaTree Army Staff Sergeant lanvs I
E Rumer, 2It. am Of Woodrow Join!
Meeting
Mooting Of The Nations son and the teacher Mrs. M4Hi !-
1 !' :\ \ ,, f""' "b '" ",:." ,"' i Toney The next meeting Aroma \\' tamer Tnuavtito, ptrtktpat-
Stage HI Students of Coquina will be a husband-wife social at ed In a ISA-mile patrol with The first of what Is toped ttw
Elementary School gave avery the home of Mrs Sue Craddock The TrKMy Garden CM atTlttwvtte three tracked personnel car a continuing tradition of animal -

professional performance r: ,, : November\ 17. anti several hundredTabebttHa rters through rugged. Alaska dinner meatinBi betweenRrev'ard
trees to dUaww tn
of an Operetta called "A Meet .
ing of the Nations on United North Steward and time trees territory. which ended Ort 10 I i County C.P.A. and

Nations Day last Friday. The i ; : < I HomenMktn County Council have been planted all the way Sergeant Rumor wait selected I area. barter started Turn-
from Scottsmoor down to Bell. for the mission to text the dnrablllty ,
entire school and over 50 parents I : The Extension HomemakersCounty day night at the Rockfedge Golf
\tfj
\ of the vehicle and to
'I wood.
enjoyed the talents of the j' 'I and flub
Council meeting will be Country
i :" plore new routes through t flX'j
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students and Mrs Grace Smith I I held next Thursday, Oct. 29, Mulford B. Footer of Orlando
1 wtMernewi The miwifon I\e
music teacher, who is to be ."'.,t',.. from 10:00 a.m. till J:00 at the who supplied some 1060 of these at Fort Richardson and ended IVWilliam Stow heed! of
commended for her fine direction -I Bre\ard County Agricultural trees all over Central Florida, the "'-"OII'ItllIItIspartm@nt of
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at Farewell AlaakaA
type casting and accompaniment I Center, UK West King Street, tells us that theee trees need I the University of Florida at
at the piano. I Cocoa. approximately the same type of squad leader In the Mid: daiMtvtlto add weed the
I coM weather care as is given to
All clubs In the county will\ Engineer Company at Fort !Joint meeting Dr Stone Is the
citrus \trees
Rtchardmm the sergeant outs"eel I
vote on Major Program Emph- author of article
Birthday Party Foster' warm however that the Army In September INI many dealing
asis for the next A coyered
year Tabebulas lose their leaves after ,with accounting and finance
Michele Kierstead, age 2, was dish lunch will be servedat I tie attendrteht! Junior
honored by her parents Mr. and I. M yeI noon Members are requested January same as oaks do, College <'hie.1.\ His mother He to a former faculty memberof

Mrs Donald M. Kierstead of ,- : 1 at to bring a covered dish and but the new leaves come out, Mrs Margaret K. Meurer, the Wharton School of Fl-

1220 Thoreau Avenue, with a their own table service right away He thinks that lives in OeLeon Springs note of the University of Pennsylvania .
folks get more excited about .
birthday party last Saturday. x
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South Brevard Club will serveas I cool weather than the trees do.
Ten guests were present Including r:4k hostess for setting up the I Foster' says, "lInl.. it gets McAfflafer. premed the menu The meeting WM sponsored by
: Joey and Nichole Tor-- tables and furnishing the bread the each" a the Brevard of
I quite cold down to :90! or so with girls assigning County Chapter
re, Ricky Boswell, Lisa and and hostess club Merrill Island I tabebulas should fare all right"I, covered, mh to 1* \brought for the Florida Institute of Certified
Kurt Fiechtner, Terry and Robin will furnish the drinks and the 811f1t\f'r Public Accountants and was partof

Tompkins, Lisa and Mark clean up.Guests. I I the continuing monthly professional
Sitton and Jacquelln Liner TWA News The Y.W A''s have decided and Informational
Michele received many nice v speakers at this meetIng I The Mary Rccdtroung Romans -;I that their. community. mission established by the
6 I programs
------ ---- a a a > as will be Clark Maxwell. County .
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gifts from her family and Auxiliary met at Central inks month will be a visit to theCounter chapter. Certified' PubtkAc-

friends and held a long conversation CLOTHING DRIVE Maribeth Simon More than 300 bags( of clothing and Tax Assessor! who will Baptist Church last Tuesday Home, Those who wantto countanta In Hrevard" County
Brevard County Taxation -
speak on
with her should meet at control I
by phone grandparents evening
go formed the this
Mrs. McCall'aStage shoes were donated to the "Save theChildren" "organization
Glenn Nolan of
and and U E. Usher, Internal Bantbt
Church afternoon
in California. Helen Riddle. president presided Saturday year In order to cooperate wllh-
I class at Coquina Elementary Federation Drive sorted Revenue Agent, who will speak
over the business meeting OU 31st at 1:SO. the Florida tiwtltule of CPAs
School, perch on a mountain of cloth- and bagged by the Gray Ladies, on Significant Changes In Income i Among topics discussed werethe In furthering It's

Hot-Dog Jamboree ing donated by patrons of the school. Tax Laws and How They. i covered nipper and study Carolyn McAllister the gave Card theprogram Among other projects program It footers
concerning
The Hot Jamboree Affect Individuals All members course, On The Edge Of Decision better'
-Dog spon- a underatandlng among
bean West Indies and (he LIlt.In.Amt'rlt'lIn
cored by the Safety Committeeof Mr and Mrs. Franklin Rill' discussion was held on behaviorat day Justine Is the daughter of from this area are invitedto ," to be held at the First CPAs and) members of the re-

the Coquina P.T.A. last Sat- of Orlando Road, returned home' the Camporee and about the her son, Kenneth, and his wife, attend Baptist Church In Tltiisvlllo All Countries lAkHl' professional and business
urday at the Indian River Plaza last Monday from a 12-day visit i menu that this troop would use June, of (44 Titus Ave.Smorgasbord, ,of the Y.W A.'s In Brevard Ov I Those present were: Margie group The chapter Is headed

went over big. From 1:00: to Man, W. Va where they I T..".-T.w" Club,, unty have been Invited It will Spear. Sherry Hlalmk, CarolvnVcAlliMcr b\ dllbrrt; Sihwartt, president;
am till 7:00: pm. hot-dogs and stayed with Mrs. Hills parents, Weekend Trip take place Tuesday evening\ Betkv Adams Robert White. vice president .I
cold drinks were dispensed to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Maynardl Several members of the The Uomens Society of The young men and women I I Nov. 10 at 7'JO. I Helen Middle 1 Honna, McAllisteram and Clifford Ulles, IIPl'retary. i

the public without any let up, Maynard and Hill enjoyed sev Methodist Youth Fellowship of Christian Service of the I.R.C. met last Saturday night for The social chairman. Donna Mrs ititurea surremy I treasurer all .of <(<'minis.I. j
and the results was that 500hotdogs eral days of hunting and fishing the Indian River City Methodist Methodist Church on Route No. their dance at the Civic Center ,--- -- .. I
were sold and 550 cups with the hunting producing with a total of 2M members
weekend I 50 have tickets availablefor f
Church went on a tripto now
of coca cola. squirrel, pheasants, and wild present and 18 football
Florida Southern at Smorgasbord Supper from
College a FRI.
Players'1/
total of 282.
For this fine days work, dona turkey. I Laweland last week-end for II 5:00: till 8:00: p.m. on Nov. 10. making a THURS. 6 F
tlons to the Safety Patrol tour of the Methodist sponsored I Tickets are $150 for adults and Dick Jacobs, Co. B, ,
Orin and Kate Wade of 513 Bn New York, was the
amounted to $779, cold drinks school. i 75c<<: for children and may be gineer
in $43.20 and hotdog Delespine Avenue, returned last only Serviceman on the guest
brought memberof
The senior high group stayed : purchased from any
sales 9240. The total gross Thursday from an extended Friday night at the guest house : the W.S.C.S. or by contract. list Other guests were members -
SATURDAY ONLYNew
visit in left of the "New Casuals
take was $143.39. Cost of hot- Michigan. They on the campus They made a ing Mrs. Jack D Wheeler,
here on the 25th and wentto Band"* from Orlando, who had
May
and cokes totalled .
limited
dogs complete tour of the campus on I AM7 S180. There are a
$38.85, so the net amount to be Wellston, Mich to their cabinon Saturday, returning home that. number of tickets available their engagement cancelled for
turned over for purchase of Highway! 55, a half mile evening. Twenty-five young this Saturday evening and who
equipment for the Safety PatrolIs from Mile Lake and the Forest people from the SubDistricttook I CUtsThe came to Teen.Town because
$104054- Rangers Station. the tour. Joy they said "they liked the TeenAgers -

Mr and Mrs. Frank Simon Their granddaughter Carol Those attending were: Steve I Joy Class of Central Bap-- here and would like to"
were chairmen of this projectand Ann Swagala from North Holly Webber, Ellen Webber, Elizabeth tist Church met at the home of come back and play again.
wood Calif came to visit them, Mrs. Gladys Holder 1060 Milton Members' of the band visiting
were assisted by Mr and Heard, Pat Ambrose, Jim I
Mrs Pat Hawkinson, Mr and also their son, Dale, and his Boyles, Kathy Chrelst, Phil Ell Street, last week, The meeting were Roy Halpin, Frank Brewer -
family from Cleveland, Ohio, i opened with by Mrs. Allan Greene and John
Mrs. Colton Pooler, Mr and man and Senior Youth Counsel. was prayer e
Mrs. Greg Steele and Mr and and their son, Robert, and his lor Mrs. Jack Wheeler I Kae Andry. Mrs Holder, president Halee
Clyde Stephens, of the P.T.A. family from White Pigeon, of the class, welcomed a Adult chaperones on duty
Safety Committee. Mich Homo From Hospital' visitor, Mrs Nadine Mount, were Mr and Mrs Bill Boll,
Orin tells us that fruit was and a new member, Mrs Brenda Mr and Mrs. Edward Merriam,
In addition to the above, the
Mrs. Lillian of 333
overabundant in that area this Karberg Simpson. She also appointed Mrs Hazel Ashley, Mrs Peggy' '
patrol mothers, Mrs Perry Rosehill Aenue
returned home
summer, cherries, apples, a secretary, Mrs. Sue Crad Tindall and Leroy Hayes AdultgUl's
Conrad, Mrs. Thelma Richards, last week
after of
a sojourn
and Mr and Mrs John
peaches
graces were never dock, l were
Mrs Gladys Stonewall, Miss two weeks in Orlando ,
Hospital;
Pam Pooler Miss Sue Richards even picked by the farmers this just in time to see her granddaughter The members present were Grimm and Mrs Lois Ramage. !

Miss Frances Simon, Miss year in bad.places due to the market Justine Marie Kar Kae Andry, Gladys Holder, Next Saturday night there ,

Ann Bullard and Mrs. Sue Cole being ing sold on the Cherries market were at 5c perlb be- berg, being baptized last Sun.1 Ginger Bowman, Brenda Simp- will be a free dance at the In- LE
man all helped. Vendors of
which would not pay for the .
the hot-dogs were Steve Hawkins -
Charles Pooler, Anthony cost of picking, and many :
farmers Invited the public to v
Simon and the following members
come and pick and help themselves
of the Safety Patrol: Billy
to whatever could'carry
Conrad, Mike Marr, Kenny MeCalllster they MOONDOCiCiLE ?
without
Paul Bower, David away charge .

Crocker, Sidney Gills, Mike

Richards, Steve Stonewall, Ron Jack Harper, A.M. First Class
nie Wheelus and Richard Woer- U S. Navy, left Key West last ,

uer Monday for his regular duty There are those who Scoff at our Space Efforta < they call U a
station at Guantanamo, Cuba.

Personals, While on temporary duty at the "MOONDOCGLE.
Boca Chlca Naval Air Stationat Nylons I
with
Tufsyn
Mrs George Bain from Jackson Key West, Harper receivedtwo .
S. C. is visiting her daughter weeks training in hydrau Is our current Republican Congressman among ihoio, ilnco he Voted
and son-In-law, Mr. and Mrs lies and airframes on the U. S.
Oscar Dozier, and her grand 2 C Aircraft and one week in AGAINST THE 1983 NASA AUTHORIZATION?

daughter, Georgie Ann. Mrs. Plane Captain School. WhileIn ( $

Bain is spending the winter Key West, Jack visited his TOM KENNEY SAYS rl.e 670 uN".1
months with her husband, George family here, at 420 Key Biscayne M. Mr4

Bain, who Is working for Drive several weekends "I fool our Space Program I. vital to our nation ? It has brought FOR ,,.f..., I... n"1 I
Ingall Iron Works on Merritt over 3 billion dollars to district. Unless It Is curtailed, .li will BUY nenll. fir.f .
our bring ,,,'01 U If ...... loot
Island on the Launch Umbilical Troop 371 Boy Scouts billions more and hundreds of now companies. Over 29.000 of our Jobs ONLY I IT ... .,N ngte.Nr' .

Towers. are entirely dependent on space activities. 45 ,11 nh., dr.I Mu.ey
Boy Scouts of Troop No. 370 low trio' ..r ally ,.,.....
Mrs Mary Da Leo of Springfield held their usual weekly meeting -
"I WILL VOTE FOR OUR SPACE !
Mass., arrived last Fridayby at the Methodist Church on EFFORTSI"I
plane to spend a few weeks Highway No. 50 last Thursday I
with her brother, William Vasilof evening. The meeting was "I WILL WORK TO SPEED OUR EFFORTS IN SPACE

749 S. Dixie Highway, a well I opened by Dave Champion, the In tini. treed and My of this now All- trMtor strength than other "'""'"'Y'-
known retired restaurant man. I Junior Assistant Scoutmaster. r .... :f -- ""1t Weather "42", there are two fmtri" la lift tiro*. And Tufoyn, (l *ody,iir'aruMmr
Mr. Vasil has Just returned He had the patrol leaders lead that. add. thrxiMrvl of mike to a linrLfo >. super m...... hi Mm Umghmiliilo .
from a sojourn in Orange Mem the boys in the Scout Oath and t '; ). i 3T Nylon cord liven ttue tire lire ruMMOtIC"J.rhMtwtltu-t.

octal Hospital, Orlando, where' Promise, then the boys were I ,: $,'."
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he underwent observation and sent to their patrol corners. r'i

treatment. I and The talked boys about collected their their troop dues and I :'..f.'II NO MONEY DOWN WITH RECAPPAOLE TRADE-INS

Mrs. Henry (Margaret) patrol activities Gene Gray and
Courtemanche of 900 Cleveland Mike Mlnthorn gave a reporton Tom Kenney by NASA FREE: MOUNTING EASY TERMS

Road, entertained the St Teresas Astronomy, naming great
Club Weekly astronomers and what they did. Vertical Assembly Build.
Women'l
COOOYMH NATION-WIOC "NO LIMIT" K Goo Bridge Group last Thursday Ken. Ahmie, Assistant Scoutmaster ''w in log Soon to be com QUMANTII AM Now' Ooott Mf At rues ,, nl more. Hum ammo ('JOO/I"..) dealers In
evening In ber home. Prizes led an interesting discussion are au.rlnt.1Id,1Itt, detects m *"rkrrwnMO trio "in''I.d t .tt.. litn" r"nMl.; will malic at-
were given to Mrs Maxwell on astronomy He plotod.VOTE | and ">"t'"*l' and normal' rod has ,<1., 1__"'in,' it nw lire hlt.1It.IIn ()f1"rIIll'N/f
accept ,ee""I. p'lWlu'' *.(rtrt" m.""nflrw*',"OoottY"lct"".
(Jerry) KIrchen high; Mrs then led the boys outside and
Jack (Ann) Sherrill, low, and asked them to Identify some of

Mrs Benjamin (Eva) Conw traveling A delicious home- th obeys enjoyed this very much. t DOUBLE ACTION

made pizza and coffee was served Butch KlmmerUng gave a report ONLY

by the hostess on the boys' dues and a \\j M SHOCKABSORBERS


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VFW Auxiliary


Titusville Art League Work Session


Slated Oct. 29

,, Ushers In New Season Titusviite Auxiliary 4223 Veterans -

of Foreign Wars, will
tjjl fljillj' hold a work session and
social
The TItusville Art League ush. is drawn steadily over UH stencil
I hour Thursday, Oct 29, at Ua.m. |
ered in the 1M44S season with with a "squeegie", a device
at the home of MrsEd.
its first all meeting Wednesday similar to a windshield wiper.
She'll Be An Honored Guest Here At Christmastime night When properly executed this t Cribbing, Hospital chairman

: Mn. Ruth Kingman president technique results In a sharp The project will be tray favors .
,, welcomed members and clear design on paper, fabric or for the patients at Jess Par.
I guests. Mrs. Willie Dements introduced whatever material Is used. rich Memorial Hospital The
I the speaker for the theme of the favors is Veterans" .
A. Combines Silk-screening plays a major
Miss U. S.
1 evening Mrs Naida Loudon.Mrs. role in industry, particularly In Day, Nov. 11, and the
Buddy Poppy will be USed.
I Loudon, a graduate of the fabrics manufacture. Frames
St Louis School of Fine Art, the used Industrially are often Plans will be made at this

High Museum of Art, Atlanta, so large that several men are time for gifts for the Christmas
and El Paso Technical College, required for operation. All materials Shelf at Lake City VA Hospital.

Beauty Brains DignityA Is well known In this area for used, including silk and Each member is urged to attend
her work with Art League drawing stencil paper are specifically designed and is asked to bring her

classes.An for this process. own sandwich, the dessert and

rare combination of brains, in Washington, D.C. weighs 120 pounds explanation of the silkscreen I Mrs. Loudon was ably assisted beverage will be furnished by

beauty and dignity best describes Bobbl, who is 5' 8tall,I I ures 36-23-36, topic of printing the evening.process Silk-screen was the by her husband, Bill, who the hostess

statuesque Bobbl John prizes, including $ demonstrated silk-screening. A
ing, an offspring of Oriental batik
1964 Miss U.S.A. of the i business administration majorat
son, the awards, a $5,000 is wheneverthe
art employed
Miss Universe Beauty Pageant :pearance contract, a Perm State and Gettysburg Brevard Mental

The 19-year-old native of Alexandria 1 11fi,1i ,wardrobe Including proves regular impractical.A printing. press Bill acquired his printing exper- Health AssociationTo
+ ience while with the Firestone
Va., won tremendous 9 Jasmine Mink Wrap piece of fine silk is stretched
approval of the world press for Furs, New York, a tightly over a wooden frame Rubber Co. in Akron Ohio. He Meet I In CocoaThe
of scholar signed evening dress is a veteran of the U.S. Army
both her background and the frame mounted with t
Brevard County Mental
Band and Artie Shaw's Cramer-
ship and her American type of tige Fashions, Inc., hinges to a steady table. A stencil
Health Association will meet
Five. He his musi-
cy up
gave
beauty when she was selected of merchandise prizes. of the desired design Is attached Thursday, Oct. 29, at 8 at
cal career to make commercial p m.
before a heavily applauding audience spend the next year to the back of the silk
the Sentinel in Cocoa.
building
sign production a full-time
at the Miami Beach Con pearances on behalf with and the ink
masking tape
vention HalLValldlctorian eant throughout Job when the Loudon's moved to Reports will be heard on the
States and as of Titusville 12 years ago. Since state meeting held Oct 2 in
of her high she has already been Paintings Are Now then the Loudon Sign Co. has Jacksonville and all membersof

school class at Raytown, Mo., and Taiwan and is Displayed In Lobby become a well-established business the board of directors are
she was also secretary last yearof Greece with Miss in the area. urged to attend.FLOWERS.
the freshman class at the a tour of her native Df Citizens Bank Last spring Mr. Loudon donated -
University of Kansas. She is max ? his services to the Art Leagueby
studying to be a programmer of In her own Painting by members of the building 15 benches for use
electronic computers. Her father I coming to Washington, Titusville Art League are now in drawing classes. I
is chief of the Adult Divisionfor ly In August she was I on display at the Citizens Bankon Tentative plans for next I ? FRAN
International Operations of by the President of Riverside Drive. month's meeting include a film
"Notlctcbly Sup.rlor"A4.mberl
the Bureau of Internal Revenue States, Lyndon B. The exhibit, an annual event, on portraiture produced by the Flo.I.". T.l. ndlvry
coincides with the Bank's 30th Grumbacher Art Supply Co. _
211* GircUn St. 267.2135
Anniversary celebration this I Anyone wishing to join the Art
Associate year. Many subjects are represented League is cordially Invited to at-
W.S.C.S. Observing "Call Conductress ; in a variety of techniques tend. Meetings are held the
I and media. The public is third Wednesday of each monthat
Titusville Invited to view the work until 8 pm. at the Art League BULOVASelfWinding

To Prayer And SelfDenial"The Mrs lone Keen of Nov. 6.Many. building next to the Titusville
members are participating
Public Library
will an official I Waterproof'Watches
Woman's Society of In additional to the offerings pay in this year's show
tusville Chapter No.
Christian Service of First Methodist women are asked to offer personal and some paintings are offered
of The Eastern East Coast Dancers
Church of Titusville will prayers for workers in : for sale. Banking hours are !
Join more than 1,700,000 Methodist mission projects for which they special meeting to I an. until 2 pm. and the Enjoy Gala AffairThe
women throughout America Monday evening, Nov. paintings may be seen In the
this week In observing their The Call to Prayer and Self. I Masonic Temple. lobby between these hours. East Coast Dancers, re

annual "Call to Prayer and Denial is one of the oldest observances Associate Grand presenting nine square dance
Self-Denial." for Methodist women of the Grand Chapter Federated Woman's I dance clubs and one round
Is representing Mrs. dance club from Vero Beach to
dating back to 187.
The Call Is sponsored by the
ertson, Worthy Club District MeetThe Titusville held their first danceof
Woman's Division of the Methodist In observance of the annual I ,
,"Call to Prayer and Self-De the season Friday night, Oct
Board of Missions, the national Proceeding the
annual fall of I
body under which 36,000 nial" of Methodist Women, the dinner will be held meeting K, at the Cocoa Armory with
local Woman's Societies of I Wesleyan Service Guild of the Johnson's Mrs Jean the Florida Federation of Wo.man's over 250 square dancers participating -
First Methodist Church will Clubs, District 6, was and many interested
Christian Service and Wesleyan associate matron, Is
I held at the Daytona Plaza Hotel
Service Guilds function.A hold a "quiet breakfast" at the of arrangements and spectators.
I
'home of Mn. Doug Barnhart, tions for the dinner Daytona Beach, on Oct Harry Lackey of Greensboro,
special program Is plannedfor 1110 E. Main St, Thursday, Oct made with Mrs. 28. N. C., was the caller for the
Methodist Women for the observance %t. 1683 or Mrs. Barnett Representing the Indian evening. Dancers attended from
of the "Call to Prayer Jacksonville, Daytona Beach,
River Woman's Club
and Self-Denial". The Program An members and City was Orlando and Jenson Beach be- k
Women Of Moose Mrs. K. C. Klndsvater second
Meeting will be held at bands are invited to sides the sponsoring clubs.
10 a.m. on Friday Oct. 30, at Hold InitiationThe dinner and all vice-president, Mrs. James W. The Club's banners and
First Methodist Church Titus- iting members are I Plumb past president Mrs. square dance dresses displayedby
Women of the Moos, Nick and Mrs H.
ville Following the Program I tend the meeting. Turopoljac courtesy of Ruth's Square
1489 held initiation on ICT CUrrl Huiietf M ill ..1
Meeting, a Quiet'Time Meditation Chapter I invited.'W I : Gray. I Dance Shop in Palm Bay, decorated doors-17 J hwsis, Nil wiMini wd.r.proof' .
Oct 14 when the following candidates Mn. Carol Griggs, ihock mlitint Ml tUlnltut
Luncheon will be held at called the walls and an
t. The meeting was .to orange
enrolled .t l, f IIII
were : structor, was the
3'30 at Hall. and while
am.
Hennessey parachute formedthe
order at 10 the Senor
by
Mrs D. Mrs a.m. stains II-Rick flortntlm did
Betty Mollay, at the regular meeting
Each ,certain mission ,
year backdrop on the stage for .
District Director, Mrs. Richard All ittlnltu itnl Ul< Wittrpraof,
projects are designated by the Florence Dlgristlne Mrs Rose 20 with a courtesy of Collins. One of the highlights of the caller. Mlt-wlndim. thock-rtiiiUnt, 2) Jaday
Ella Walton Mrs. Pearl L. the
Teachers $5IIJ
Woman's Division as beneficiaries The next dance will be held
and hear-
the day was meeting
of an offering which is taken Cochran, Mrs Joyce E. Schutt, offlcen. Mrs. log the Federation president, Friday Nov. C, at the Cocoa See Our Extensive Collection o,
as a part of the Call to Pray Mrs Sue Trsglln, Mrs. Phillls sented with a silver Mrs Mark Emmel, who Is on a Armory with Vaughn Parrishof BULOVA Watches from 12475
Barnett and Mrs. token
Irene of
er and Self-Denial. This year the Kay appreciation tour of the state. Boulder, Col. calling. rreM dW re.N .
projects to receive the offering Kerr, and Mrs Evelyn Amman Chapter. o. crvnd. ..d erea..,._,
are: Home chapter Her traveling companionswere

Home mission projects The regular business meetingwill Teen Dance Mrs. Albert Hutch, first
BeeJewelers
remodeling and repair of mission be held at S p.m. Oct 28 at vice-president of the State Jay

buildings In the United I the Moose Lodge, located one 14th BirthdayMiss Federation; Mrs. Thomas Harrison 'For BeM.r

States. Such buildings include I mile north of Mima. All memo Louise second vice-president, Hair Cdr.Raymond's.
children's homes, schools, residences ben are urged to attend. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, State
ter of Mr. and Mrs.
for young women, community Junior Director.
centers, hospitals Sale Nets anan, Mlms, ) "The Store With A
and retirement homes for missionaries Rummage 14th birthday : : : During the morning session, f IAUTY LOUNG EI. Conscience"
and deaconesses. One $300 For PlaygroundThe teen dance at the I the Florida presidents of the

special need in 1964 is the rebuilding parents. i Senior and Junior clubs In the I. R, PLAZA Indian Rive

of the Jesse Lee Home Indian River City Woman' Present and district gave a two-minute report 1413164 @ Indian Pl.i.
Club announces that the activities of the River City
for Children in Alaska, which celebrate the happy I on year as Ph. 7.387
was destroyed by the earth recent Rummage sale was a were Paula and well as reports on projected
quake of March 27 huge success as the club made Judith Burke, Janis activities.
Overseas Mission Projects over $300. Barbara Cromwell ty Brantley Susan

Pension funds for national and Glenda Young, cochairmen Sharon Swist, Diana
of the sale wish to thank Mr. and Mrs. Me-
workers in full time church related Donna Cowart, Lee Douglas
service The offering will all those In the community who and a lone boy, Lendon and daughter, Elaine, INDIAN
RIVERa
help to establish! pension fund contributed rummage so willingly who really had a and Mrs. J. H. McLendon visited
for retiring national workers in and cheerfully. none of the other Mrs. Nellie Mount In Day
India, Japan, Korea, Mexico, The I.RC Woman's Club's up. tona Beach last Wednesday.
and the Philippines. Last year main project is the Playground
the offering amounted to $57- Park at the end of Stuart Avenue prize Tommy as the and best C'H' M B ERSJEWE'LERS '

88610. Swist for the best ] ( exal'DRUGSTHE

and Judy Burke for
,hwtlr, tf ""' .

First Methodist Church Titusyillt learned that evening. I I ,..,'" ;LAA ONLY RIXALt DRUG STORE IN N. BRtVARD
Birthday cake, ,...... :,nm .
ANNOUNCES candy, cookies and Indian: River Pin. Rr. M Indian River City
THREE MORNING WORSHIP SERVICES were enjoyed

EVERY SUNDAY evening. A MAN OF Zeittbi Ch* *bU 100't R.,. UICtllLDREN'S


830945- AT 11100 Christmas ABILITY VITAMINS $$2.48

AND TWO SUNDAY SCHOOLSAT Slated At :
KITTLES D."..', IDOO'i
The second in the

8:30 and 9:45 workshops for FOR SOLUBLE SACCHARIN Heioo
. .
Evening Worship Continue at 8:30 p.m. held Monday, Nov. J,
yard County Commissioner
ter, 1125 West King
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from 10 am. to 12 District 1 SQUIBB ASPIRIN 19c"s.
The subject will .. . .
City Of Titusville change of gift ideas November 3rd

craft, announced I Gentle .. H."" ." Rtg. *5< pint .
Notice Of Public
Hearing Young, Home '
Agent The public 1s TITUSVILLE LIQUID DETERGENT 39c
The City *f TltvivllU will held public toirlnf ..nTweday . .
slave nb.r 10, 1M4 at 7:30 p.m. In' MM Council / PRESIDENT NORTH BREVARD BOARD OF

Ram t. hear Inttrtttod p.rsm. 'In r.f ird t* a re4I"<" + for REALTORS Sheen AuttmiHc Rg. 1'.95
variance In tld yard rtttrlctlww t* .11_ tM e_trvc$l.n Masquerade Ball
/ STATE COMMITTEEMAN OF FLORIDA LEA-
.5 5 girag*. ELECTRIC BLANKETS. $$13.55
$2.00 Per Person Oct. 31 1964 CUE OF MUNICIPALITIES OF GROWTH AND .
This application hat beat mate by William I. limit' ,

UOt Ltk*, lw Lana, tU ....1! dwrlptiwi .* which Itl SpooMftd By DEVELOPMENT C.nc.ntves. R ft. 1.00

latt IS and 14. kUtk "C", Whltpwli Hlllt ,elf oJ FORMER MAYOR OF WHISPERING HILLS
I B.P.O.E. DOES 9 O'Clock Til ? BRECK SHAMPOO 69c
Addition N.. LW :
Eitatti, / FORMER PRESIDENT OF JAYCEES . .

City .* TfoMvlll I BUFFET SERVED AT 10p.m. I / FORMER TITUSVILLE COUNCILMAN .. R.y.... "'''t..i..r Reg. u. t

by M." .,.. C..,.e / FORMER PRESIDENT OF TITUSVILLE
I TITUSVILLE ELKS LODGE HAIR SPRAY 98cPap
Clark
City CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: . . . .
.... October 21, 1H4
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l itA Nerce And Notes Tickets On Sale IThe

of NortA Bret'ard wills ion
Ph... 267-3994 uaruara car

Thursday Fri<
n lovely home of Elmaryene enjoyed playing musical chairs, set for this Saturday from 10-4
Tickets fo rthe upcoming perfllrl11nnces (Mrs Gordon) Beeson on Carpenter 'pin the nose on the owl and bingo pm
I of "My Fair Lady", Road was the setting fora Of course the most celebrated .
being presented by the Junior Preferential Tea Sunday afternoon guest was Leslie's new kitten A costume parade will beginat
10 a,m. with Judging In various
I Roman's Club, will be availableto honoring new pledges to who for some reason, went
Niter the public at three convenient local chapters of Beta Sigma Phi straight to bed after the party. categories Then numerous
locations for the next two days, Sorority. A big hit with the little girls game "booths" will be of open fora for
afternoon fun
complete
More than 35 was Leslie's beautiful doll cake
according to Mrs. Frank Keller guests went entire sandwiches
1 ticket chairman. through a receiving line consisting which had a doll In the center the family. Hot
Awards
ArePresented will be sale lunch.
on during
r rt Club members will be at stations of Joy (Mrs. Bill) Myers, with the cake making the dress.

t at Publix Market In Pintle vice-president of the new B.S.P. Marion served pink lemonade, Tom and Arlene Jetton, 13
Plaza from 10 a.m. to noon and City Council; Ethel (Mrs Paul) ice cream and candles and presented
to 6 p.m. on Thursday and Krone, XI Delta Mu president: each pest with a color Fern Ave., will leave the area
Friday. They will also be at Mary Lou (Mrs. H. C) Pierce book for favors. Attending the !soon to spend three months In

Numerous Titusville youngsters the Citizens Bank and First ,Eta Eta Chapter; Dottie (Mrs party were Kitty Burke, Amy Norwalk, Conn, and then travelon
were rewarded for their : and Jane Ellis, Sandra Caen-
National Bank on Friday from Dave) Mason Theta Omicron; to White Sands New Mexicofor
'
fine acting ability Saturday evening and Miss Doris like, Laura Herrln Kathy Fogg,
4 to 7 p.m. to give those who Hooker Phi 1 about a year.
at the Miniature Firs t I Edith Ward-
haven't had an opportunity to Beta Mu president Miller Stephanie
Nlghters first annual theatre purchase tickets a chance to do Dove shaped name tags were man Barbara Wheeler and Les Arlene resigned as presidentof
awards night at Whisper worn by each guest; while signifying lie's little sister, Hillary the American Association of
Ing Hills School Auditorium before 4 so.Mrs. I
Keller wishes to emphasize members yellow for University Women recently with
an audience of nearly 200. that tickets are $2.50per Ritual of Jewel pledges and St. Teresa's Catholic Womans Mary (Mrs Charles) Rhodes
Winning the highest awards of for the final three Pink for Phi Beta Mu pledges. ; Club will meet tomorrow nightat stepping up to the office of president
the evening for their "Out person Nov. 7, IS and carrying out the sorority themeof 8 pm in the school. Highlight and Clyde (Mrs. J. C.)
presentations on
standing Achievement In D r amatics" 3 14. Curtain time for the musical II. the year "Invitation To of the meeting will be a Talley taking over! as first
were David Taylor, 13, Life". .
Arlene
w
special program on the Confraternity vice president a avery
the
will be at 8 at
and Elane Carlson, 7, for the I comedy p m. The refreshment table wascentered of Christian Doctrine active In A.A,U.W. having
Titusville School auditorium
portrayal of brother and sisterIn High been selected as
temporary
with All women of the parish are
on those dates. an arrangementof
"Five Little Peppers A a dHow urged to attend. chairman when the group first
yellow and pink roses, fallleavt's
She also wishes to remind
They Grew", and two white i IUvervlew Elementary School\ organized a year and a halt ago.
In the senior division ( 12. JWC members that money collected large
age Doves. Elmaryene and her co- Is a "bee hive" of activity this She was later elected presidentJust
19)) traditional acting "Oscars"were for tickets during the hostess, Reene Massa, chairman week Plans are underway for after the group received Its
awarded to Ellen English, past month must be turned In of the event served the annual Halloween carnival charter
best actress, as grandma in at the regular meeting on Tuesday open
"Little Red Riding Hood"; David -.- Nov 3. face sandwiches, tea cookies,
mints, nuts, coffee and tea. Of Titusvillc
Taylor best actor as Joel JWC members who worked City

In "Five Little Peppers"; Nor ADMIRE "OSCARS" Some of the Chapman David Taylor, Nancy Sasko, with Mrs. Keller. on the ticket Larry Pouring) Robinson were Elnora, Ann (Mrs.(M r R.s. Notice Of Public Hearing

ma Clark, best supporting Ac. children winning "Oscars" at the Min Elaine Carlson Norma Clark, Mike committee include Mrs. Nor D) Lyle Goldie (Mrs. A. J.
tress, as Agnes In "Old GhostsAt iature First Nlghters Theatre Awards Manning and Mrs. Jack Larks.-Carl man Smith Mrs, Tom Grusen- Dean and Dottie Mason. ) Th. City .* Tltvivlllf will hold a public h trln' $ M

Home" and Kurtis Cowart, Night Saturday are shown admiring son Photo. meyer Mis Julie Schmidt, Mrs.H. Pledges attending were Joyce Tuesday November 10, l W4 It 7l30: p.m 'In the Cell ,

"best supporting actor, as Ben in their trophys. From left are John C. Pierce Mrs. LeRoy Jones, Pridgen, Jessie Plckett, Vivian Room to hear lni.rtitd pcieni In regard t. a requet ,
"Five Little Peppers". Mrs. Jack Bonne, Mrs. Albert Flits, Sue Sander( Ruth Hudson te r....,. the following d.icrib.d property from Hi pea
"Oscars" for the junior division Williams, Mrs. William Becker and Betty McGtuhry for Eta root OU cUiilfleillon, to BR claiilflcition to allowDrivoln a I
(age 6-11)) were presentedto University Women I and Mrs. Jerome Folnsteln. Eta Chapter; Shirley Facemyer Thutr.. f

Jimmie Strakbein best actor Welcome Wagon Club Here View Film I and Janett Rogers: for Phi .
Thl application hat boon mado by Florida ThtafroMr.
as David In Five Little Peppers" -
Mrs. Charles Rhodes, vice pre Beta Mu Chapter; Virginia r
; Elane Carlson best ac. "If These Were Your Child. sident and membership chairman Scruggs and Louise Kllcn- Clydo Hall klato Road 405, the logal dottrlptlon of

tress as Phronsle in "Five Lit I Installs Mrs. RustThe ren" was the title of a film has accepted the presidency schmidt for the Theta Omicron which lit
tie Peppers"; Nancy Saska, best shown at the monthly meetingof
i Mrs. J C. Talley will be Chapter. Other guests were Mrs. The south 400 foot of Lott 111 and 112, Tltuivlllo I
supporting actress as Lit the Titusville branch of the
chairman. Jan Ellcfson and
the Mrs.
new membership Sandy
20
Land Subdlvlion locton ,
and Farm ,
Fruit
tie Red Riding Hood) Mark Store American Association of University -
Mrs. Charles Bates and Mrs. Russell. The XI Delta Mu
Encore Room of the AdV the membership chairman Mrs. Chap- Brovard
J5 East ,
Townihp 22, South, Rango Conty
best the
ey supporting actor as Women last week.
Sylvester Rose were co-hostess ter Is an Excmpler Chapter for
[ the last Bruce were Mrs. Rob-
Snyder
Lounge was setting
Florida' according to the plot thereof rocordod 'In
spider in Little Red Riding
Mrs. Charles Bates for the Among the who have born In Beta.
Hood. Wednesday for the installationof ert Parker Mrs. Charles Whe-' program es meeting. women Plat Book 1, pago W, Public! Records .. BrovardCounty
the new officers of the Gateway Ian, Mrs. Roger Ford, Mrs. development chairman Introduced guests present were were Mrs. Sigma Phi Ritual for J e w .ls Florida.A .
"Best Helping Hands" awards Welcome Wagon Club. Howard Horn and Mrs. Joseph. the film which served as James C. Market Mrs. C. A.Terhune. Chapter over four years. ,
for the young people who have ine Sherdin. an introduction to the mental Mrs. R. W Van Horn, public haring will tx hold before the Planning and
contributed the most "behindthe Mrs. Joseph Draper Kennedy health program for the year, Mrs. Albert Bender, and Mrs.B. Another happy event of last Zoning, Commliilon' on Wednesday, Nov. 4, 1U4.Wod. .
.
scenes" in each productionwere Installed the new officers usinga Mrs. Don Fryslie, out going: The behavior of children in a Hoffman. Sunday afternoon was a birth.
presented to Mike Manning replica of a wagon wheel asher president, briefly looked back I particular classroom was observed The next meeting will be held day party for little Leslie Mc- City .. Tthiivlllo

and Connie Goldsbury. theme with each spoke rep- over her past six months as I and the viewer was asked Nov. 17 at the Citizens Bank Call, six.year-old daughter of by Margarot Cooper
"Best Behavior" angels were resenting an office of the club president. She recalled the to look for various behaviorpattt'rns. and the program will be a panel Marlon and Wayne McCall, 203 City Clerk'
presented to Robert Shore and and the rim representing the plant and rummage sale last I Each child speaksto discussion on careers In emntal Falrlane Dr. Several of Lcsllt's Octobor 21,114
Elane Carlson. members who hold the club May to raise money for new us through his behavior and I health. friends came to the party and
Since there was no real competition together. After thaking their I handbooks and the presenting of we must be sensitive to his'I .
for the dancing and pledge each officer inserted one the Juve- needs and wants and
machine to
a sewing prepare
singing awards, gifts of Jewelry of the spokes into the rim of the nile Home in June. In September him to meet life with confidenceand FIRST TRY FREDRICKS
were presented to Jim m I e wheel.
dinner-dance and another courage.
a
Strakbein and Lynn Earnest for
The officers Installed for the rummage sale was held with The film pointed out that parents :
their Jack and Jill dance in Lit. I I
proceeds going toward a scholarship teachers and the school YOUR FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE
tle Red Riding Hood and to El- next six months term IncludedMrs.

len English a singing the award.only nomineefor James. Ned Kostakos Rust, president second; vice-Mrs. from Titusville.for a deserving student Ing each the has child's a vital future.part in It mold-concluded CHECK OUR PRICES! WE ARE OUT TO SAVE YOU MONEY!

with the statement,
"Certificates of Appreciation"from president Mrs. Jeff Holland
; Mrs. Fryslie was then present.
"The child is focus and ----- -
our our : -
the theatre's sponsor, the recording secretary; Mrs. Gun ed with a very attractive carmel Job is to give him the right '..,, '- ..=- .*- -'O'-i. -_ -- __ _-,_
City Recreation Dept., was nar Nygard, corresponding secretary
colored medalion in a gold climate for "IC'AL' BALI
presented by Jack Miller to ; Mrs. Eskel Hermanson, setting suspended on a gold I growth. MENS DACRON SLACKS
Mrs. Curtis COMIID COTTON
LADIII 100"
Wherry announced -
adults working with the chil- treasurer Mrs. Conway
; Benjamin mesh chain In appreciation of
dren throughout the summer historian; and Mrs. John her service to the club by Mrs. plans for a baby sitter clinic ( ::7r.; Sale $5.99BOYS SKIRT & BLOUSE SET
Mrs. Barbara Carlson and Mrs. Gammon chaplain. Mrs. Edward Rust. I a community project, to be ,'
Reba Parrott, organizers; Eppinger representedMrs. Mrs. Perkins announced that started in the near future. The "SLIMS" PANTS
Mrs. Betty Lindsey, secretary; Mike Bramhall first vice- workshop is being held in her clinic will teach Junior and senior $2.00
Mrs. Barbara Hubinger, make- president, who was unable to home at 2)25 Juniper Street high school students and Interested Rayon AeNdo
up; Mrs. Nonnie Smelser tele- attend. each Tuesday for the Chinese adults the basic techniques Sale $2.39
for baby sitting and will RgA2.NBOYS
phone chairman; Ralph P a r-
Mrs. Doug Barndart Welcome Auction to be held in December. I
rott, construction and engraving Wagon hostess, was recognized Any member may attend these Include such topics as basic T I ", .- ..... 'tift :- ."" ;: ,
care of infants, for various 2 k
; Mrs. Jill Flink artist; Roe games :- -
as a symbol of thecommunity's workshops.Mrs.
Crouch, lighting; Mrs. Goldie traditional hospitality age groups resuscitation, ( ''' POWIRS MODIL
Dean, awards night chairman; In that she brings the C. E. Fant read a letter and care of the handicappedchild. I III'L[
Curtis Wilson, construction; newcomers from Mr Simpson if the I BOOTS
Mrs. Jackie Nolin director; together. Juvenile Supervision Center re Mrs. Thomas W Jetton, HEALTH KNIT SKI PJ's

Mrs. Jan Kilgore, director and Preceding the installation the questing decorations and presents president, tendered her resignation
HilL
I LUTHU loll AND
Mrs. Nan Wilson director. Rev. Ed Norman, minister of for the children at Christ as she and her family are II R.,. u $1 99
Mrs. Carlson then presentedon the First Methodist Church of mas. I moving to another state shortly.. :I'M"I :; Sale $1.99 .

behalf of the Children The- Titusville, delivered the invoca- II "
s r :_ : : V1SALE
ion and Mrs. James H. Turner '''b""nri'fo'
atre a plaque to Miller for "out.

standing contribution to Tltus led in the Club Collect .,.,.. .. ,
ville youth". Young Stanton Gandy, who Is INDIAN RIVER REXALL DRUGS yam' x -
Paul of only 13 years old and has studIed -
Salisbury, president SALE!
the Tltusville Jaycees was in music for seven yean, presented "IHP" PLAZA RT SO INDIAN RIVER CITY GIRLS ORLO'EATE-RS Ii IiII
charge of counting the ballots a variety of piano selec II BULKIE LADIES'
and presented envelopes with tions. lie started with several
winning name to each dignitaryas classical pieces and ended up Assorted Gloves $1.99
the individual awards were by playing one of the Beatles' R.g Sale $2.59
given out. well known numbers. ..; '.10 I VALUII TO 3soK

Local dignitaries presenting Mrs. Tom Perkins and II, _
M r ..
1..__. ,_
the awards included City I :';"_ _" :
Arthur Fiction used fall ..
a theme "1'' NTI' '!' ., ', .:
Manager Cleveland Talmadge; for their decorations with an attractive -"" =...&r..>>J-t" ';" .T .. ''", :- .aJF -. m
Jack Miller city recreation director II:
I' !
arrangement of colorul
; Dr. Ben Storey M r.. fall leaves OY'S '
intermingled with Iii: MEN'S t 2. PANT SUITS
Jack Larks, Mrs. Brevard; Mrs. bronze colored mums as the table -
R. S. (Leah) Conley; Atty. Ken center piece and carried out BULKIE SWEATERS
Johnnie Hogan wRMF 1 i Ihu 3f 42C
Morton this theme in the corsages for
Disc Jockey; Mrs. Gene Put the guests and members.Mrs. *tulr' ire Sale $19.99
nam star of forthcoming "My 4W Sale $3.59 ,I
Fair Lady"; John Chapman. J. F Rafferty introduc. ,
,
'" ;"t" .,;lOin !. .-..it. .
The evenings festivities were ed the guests which were Mrs. ; .
preceded by a musical com Josephine Sherdui, Illinois;
edy revue put on by a large I Mrs. M. D. Harris Nebraska; ... ...-' ,
number of youngsters including Mrs.> W. D. Lucas Dunnedin; i 1f 1 -- aiT -- -"- -- MIN'I 100% WOOL

Tltusville's Rainbow Girls, De- Mrs. Mickey Manders, Washing. 4 BPICIAL IALI i
Molay: Boys and featured dancer 'I ton D.C. and Mrs. M. M Fish- BLAZERSJItoM
Somporn Rodboon, THS foreign er of Neptune Beach. BOYS NEW FALL SUITS
New
members
exchange student presented by

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Sale $11.97
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ure is very good, reports Mutual Chopping, mowIng and dbdng I groves for harvesting which bM plagued the area .
Parent Employment SurveyFor Fruit Oullook I ,are being done to dean the I I leg for control of ru 4"1(I year, is being done extensive!]


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7964-65 SciooYear/ Tree condition Is very good
and new growth is abundant in
Brevard County groves and it is
felt that rains from the hurricanes Hills
were more beneficial to Whispering
To Be Conducted Nov.3Superintendent citrus than winds were destructive NVI i
as there is no excessive
dropping of fruit.
of Schools swering an questions on the to pry into your private affairs Newly
Woodrow J. Darden announced form to be used in the surveyis but is the minimum information This is the first new growth
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today that the first Parent Em extremely important to all required by the U. S. Office of since the Spring and growersare Country DecoratedNOW
ployment Survey for the 1964-65 school children of Brevard County Education in order to receive proud to see the bearing
cbool year will be made on Complete and accurate assistance from them in operatIng surface increase for next year's UNDER NEW
Tuesday, Nov. J, to determine information Is necessary in order our schools. None of the crop. Moisture conditions are
bow many of our pupils in Bre- to receive over $2,000,000 la information requested violates perfect at this time, reports the MANAGEMENTDancing
have employed federal funds for Current Operating Florida Citrus Mutual
yard County parents security regulations. We urge OPEN 7 DAYS -
at the Cape Kennedy Expenses of schools in your cooperation in securing Fruit condition is listed as
Guided Missile Test Center, Pat the Brevard County System.In this vital information." good with all varieties of or OPEN TO THE
rick Air Force Base, or the anges showing good sizes.
NASA Merritt Island Area. the event you should have Each pupa will be given a Grapefruit is running to small Dining Entertainment Nitely PUBLIC
be any difficulty in answering any form to take home on Tuesday, sizes but has grown some in the
He stated, "In order to
question In the form, caD
please Nov. S. The parents are requested past two or three weeks and
eligible for federal funds, it is the principal of the school! your to complete the forms ALL NEW SHOW THIS WEEK
that two surveys be I growers expect more fruit grow.
necessary children attend he will be pleased and have their children
conducted during the school ; return th this month. Grapefruit shapeis
Wit must this to assist you. The information them to the schools on the following more round than last sea
year evidence of "Health to the-, U Education present S: Department and requested is not an attempt day, Wednesday, Nov. 4. son's crop but quality and text. GWEN HARMON AND THE PLAYERSFRESH


Welfare, Office of Education, FROM TV APPEARANCES NIGHT CLUBS HOTELS ALL OVER AMERICAI

before our application for federal .. .....
.
funds can be approved.A Congressman Gurney '" <1\ "'" vI'
got Vocal Instrumental Group All Kinds Of
form must be completed for
each and every child in memo Public Works : '" ';"/' Music From Rock: 'N Roll To Show Tunes.
In school Nov. S, not ACTION for
bership on you '
r'\'I. They Com From Recent Engagements In
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Just for those whose parents who : "
work on federal property, but :, <, 7 eluding Hacienda And Stardust Hotel In Las
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for all pupils enrolled in our Ed.Gurney fought for Flood Control funds for Central ,
Vegas Shadow Mountain Club And The
schools. If you fall to complete Florida and obtained $14 million to protect
and sign the form,, your Biltmore In Palm Springs, Huntington Hotel
child's teacher will have to take your lands. .. He also was able to obtain sizeable
'' In Pasadena. Beverly Wilshire In Beverly
time from other duties to personally funds to improve Canaveral Harbor.. it was the f 'lit ', ,
verity and certify the < Hills And Harrah's Club At Laic Tahoe And
largest amount of
information needed." money allocated on any single <$
.
Superintendent Darden continued District In the State of Florida...When beach limo.Ati

"Your cooperation in erosion became a serious problem he led the .
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fight and was successful in getting aid AFULLYEARAHEADOFSCHEDULE.toproo

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tact your beaches. No one can say that Ed

Dine, MeetThe Gurney hasn't fought vigorously for Public rilrrl r Now For The
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Brevard County Young Works ACTION for you... [ GOURMETS DELIGHT!
Democrats wen hold a dinner. l u..L
membership meeting Thursday I ,) .t ,-- ., HERMON'S
Bight, Oct. 29, at the Ramada .;;:1.. .4: : ra.py.x. c" .J..... INDIVIDUAL DINNERS
Inn in Cocoa Beach. FOUR HAH OF ACTION h U. N."..', Capitol,
Ear Falrcloth, unopposed DANCING & ENTERAINMENT Sured Nltelr Tues. Sat.
Democratic nominee for Attorney At 6 P.M, Sunday 4't 9.
General], will be the
guest Edward J. .
speaker for the occasion. keep Nicely Tuesday Thru Saturday f 2 A. M. FEATURING

North Brevard residents may JAM SESSION SUNDAY 3.9 STEAKS SHISKABOB
can 217-7029 for dinner reservations : CHICKEN :ROAST BEEF
up until noon on thursday ; ._
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A 0 enthusiastic group of IS tauraftt in Titusvtlle. I the W.oeo-member National Association take an active part In an sa'|

life Insurance men and women Elected to head the new professional of LIfe Underwriters wide life Insurance acth tie> I
formed the North Brevard Association eluding a spring Life Insur: ],
charter
the
association Frank Present to witness
was
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of Life Underwriters Week, feared to Informing til
Oct 22, at the Rlvervtew Res- Warren, State Farm Insurance signing were FSALU president, public about their policies '.:
manager in TKuevtite Named Martin Fryer, Jacksonville and underwriter education. etc
vice preeldent was James Hartley I Stanley Stone, FSALU executive The life underwriters plan <\
gus of New York. Prudential, and secretary. I secretary, Tampa. hold their next regular mce "
The property, located about treasurer, WiDina Storer, I dependent hand the new on Nov. 19 at the Riven, ,
Also to help
;.,,,,,s, .,,w.. Sk mile south of Route 50. was ville Life, both of Titus. group were on a contingent of life and cordially invite all car,
sold for $630.000 and Insurance and
attorney underwriters from nearby Cocoa life men WOcnto :
Tom Henderson. represented the The group affiliated with the headed by Herb Millhouse, attend.
w purchaser.The 5,200.member Florida State As- Brevard ALU presidentThe
property was purchasedfor I sociation of Life Underwriters North Brevard Association Bead Star-Advocate
investment. Barley said. who In turn Is a state unit of of Life Underwriters will J Classified Ads

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WORLD'S EIGHTH WONDER-NASA'i Vertical river from Titusville. About one-third complete, the

I Assembly Building, (VAB), a skelton of steel and building, when finished, will be the world's largest. NOVEMBER 2 THRU 6It's
concrete, rises as an awesome spectacle across the


North Merritf 'Island Grows Palmettos, Rattle Snakes And Our 30th ANNIVERSARY




I VAB, World's Largest BuildingAcross r OPEN HOUSEThe


Directors, Officers and Staff Cordially

the river from Titus. The Canaveral district of the the 400-foot-tan rockets, four of 4,225 steel tubes, each It Inchesin It Invite You and Your Family
Title, NASA is raising its own Army Corps of Engineers reported which can be checked simultaneously diameter, into bedrock 150 to To Pcrilclpai In Our .
Gargantua; which, like the recently that the VAB Is in the cavernous build- 170 feet below the surface. If Gala Celebritloni
French version, Is growing, it 136 per cent completed, with ing.The placed end-to-end, these steel Y
seems, out of all proportion and March 8, 1968, the scheduled VAB is designed to with roots would stretch 128 miles.
out of all reason. completion date. The steel sup- stand hurricane winds up to The steel pilings were toppedby FREE
Destined to become possiblythe erstructure has reached a heightof 150 miles an hour and the great a large sea of concrete to
eighth wonder of the world, 230 feet pressure and noise created by form the VAB foundation. Early
the VAB passes in height, the The building, which will cost Saturn 5 rockets blasting off this year, workmen began erect. + Gifts 1
largest of the Egyptian pyramids. slightly more than $100 millionIs from launching pads 35 miles ing the framework, which will r
The great pyramid of Che so complex that more than away. Rockets will be transported require 50,000 tons of steel, 4 AND REFRESHMENTS 'r'
ops at Glzeh, near Cairo, covers 200 engineers from four New to the pads by the world's enough for more than 30,000 automobiles FOR EVERYONEI t4
nearly 13 acres and is 450 feet York firms had to pool their largest.known land vehicle, a 5 5 -
high. The VAB, in contrast, talents to design It. million pound tracked device When the steel erection is 'v .
when completed, will rise ma- One of the contracting firm called a Crawler. The Saturn 5 complete, the building will be :
Jestlcly to a height of 524 feet heads recently said: launch control center will be located enclosed by more than one million t &m
and will encompass 125,508,000 "The paperwork alone wai in the VAB.Construction square feet of corrugated :
cubic feet I monumental. Approximately 2,- of the spacious alumininum siding, the biggest
500 separate drawings were sub building began with a process and heaviest sheets ever rolled *
The only comparison the two called from mill Four lr
have in common is that the mitted. The final specifications, surcharging. a singlepiecemetal
pyramids drawn up and duplicated for the Huge heaps of sand were doors, each 460 feet tall,
built in
of Egypt ,were
from the will\ be erected at the rocket en
seemingly waste land and not firms who bid on the construction dredged up nearby Banana
took a train carload to deliver River and piled to a trances. '
too far from the River Nile.
from the of 48 feet the WIN! WIN!
printer. height over eight- 4
The VAB is being built in the X
scrub of North Merritt Island on "As an architectural structure acre site. The weight of this so- Geo. Barley Tells Beautiful Lq I h twoight WIN
Banana Creek, between the Indian the VAB will be little more called surcharge pushed downon Personal ''
Of Land Sale 23 inch Console
and Banana Rivers. than a slick, polished box covering the soggy swampland, Huge Portable '
squeezing out the water and j k
In the VAB, where the National eight acres. strengthening the ground for George M. Barley Jr., president LTelevision Television PDort.a.b
Aeronautics and Space "Inside' the box it Is some foundation footings. After three of George Barley, I n c., X. Sett Set! UJ !
Administration is pouring $750 what more interesting, with months, the surcharge was bulldozed Realtors disclosed Saturday the
million for a complex to launch whole buildings hanging from
away. sale of 15S acres of land to Mon-
astronauts on lunar Journeys, I Its sides, some of them movingup Pile drivers then hammered \Velsburgcr and David V>lel- ti
colossal Saturn 5 rockets will be : and down and In and out like
assembled to provide booster suspended file drawers, r..ating
power for these spacemen I with one another to form still
At its highest point of 524 feet, other buildlngs-wlthln.buildings
the VAB will be less than half to house the space vehicles THEUEOTAL 1
the height of the Empire State Some of these smaller build.
Building But it will be an expansive ings are enclosed, airconditioned AMOUNT ON DE. t
POSIT AT
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structure, measuring 710 dust.free work platforms COME BANK AS OF THE CLOSE <
feet long and 513 feet which are shaped like half- OF BUSINESS TUESDAY NOVEMBER -
wide. moons on one side so they will 3, 1W4. Enter at often .
Within these dimensions will fit snugly against the sides of Just For The as you like Entry blank available OI.It .
be 121,508,000 cubic feet making Saturn 5 rockets and the Apollo Citizens Bank Entries mutt bedopotited
it the largest building vol. mooncraft These platforms can k J, H Bank by iM P.M. Tuesday, r 1 M
ume-wise, anywhere Present be shifted on track like devices !
November 3, 194.
FUN OF IT
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record-holder is the Pentagon to any position where personnel 1
e Winner To Be Announced Friday, Nov. eth +
with 77 million cubic feet want to work alongside
TO HELP YOU GUESS CORRECTLY, HERE ARE k -
h CITIZENS BANK DEPOSITS FROM PREVIOUS YEARS:
GALA
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTEFOR November 3, 134 $ 12.264.21 November 3. 14 1,57 f.3 t.15
;err November 3, 1979 335,591.01 November 3, 1954 S.TMJla
November 3. 1744 1,430U7.tl November 3. Hit oT42JS.n
EXPERIENCE : KIDDIE + vy. Nov. 3, 1943 .. MH412.11 y I d

SPECIAL EVENT SPECIAL EVENT k

RIDES I r' On Our Anniversary Day North Br.Tard Amite- Redin t

r Tuot. NOT. 3rd city Will Be In The Lobby Tue. Nov
ELECT Com to the Cake Cutting 3 To Send Short Wive Message To

e ..gof 3 Ceremonies 11 A. M. Your Friends. .a r

w ; SPECIAL EVENT

A MAN Mon. NOT. 2 and Tuo. NOT. 3
For NEW DEPOSITS IN EXCESS OF $50.00
The Noted Artist ED STEVENSON '

PROVEN M will ketch a beautiful pastel portrait of you a wonderful gift.

r OF 1Ir' SAND POINT PLAN NOW! COME TO OUR OPEN


1 Ocl. 28 f o Nov. SFEE HOUSE ANNIVERSARY PARTY! "

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A YOUR WEEKLY GOVERNMENT REPORT BY r PLAID .'

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:TARRIS BRYANT
Governor of Florida it

I U history recalls these past strides in preparing to meet STAMPS !.t
four years, I am certain that the education needs. Our waterways -
one of the chief reasons will be will encourage the industries '
the progress we have made in we must have and
the development of waterways.The open up the vast new areas of '
completion of our programfor recreation that are so importantto BIG SAVINGS DURING A P STaMP-0-RffMn /
construction of a statewide our urban society l'I
system of is vital Industry requires two things
waterways SAVE PLAID STAMPS FASTER with the Bwrchate of the EXTRA PLAID STAM"n.... ,
to the future of Florida. above all materials and mar merchandise lilted In' this advertiiement ai AAP't Plaid Sramp-O-Raima U detlgned '- -- ---_ --1! Inral HIB'R: : t r
Florida law provides Boardsof kets. The industries we must to encourage Early FREE CHRISTMAS GIFT lelectloni of variety and quality plus :--U--I-I-i-U--I---'an. : ),'J V5 '; I
Directors of Navigation Dis bring to Florida will have to tiieable cash ...Ing. too Why not Ml itvtral books quickly? Save only plaid ;:1":1. ::1.. rdPLAID\
tricts, appointed by the Gover obtain from other areas of the Stampi for fine gift fatter.'SuperRight" : o tP.\, ''" VU tt(I
nor, to guide Florida's waterways i nation many of the great i STAM'
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development Their work lion centers of the poPula'l Quality Heavy Western Beef .
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.Midwest : w IIh 'hl b.aip." aiA ..10... .r : p" ieeA.N .r
will take tax money and subject 1
to your approval at the i To compete successfully I 1 i.. J 7.0.. cans of D.I Monte Light Hlii! $2.00., M.r.of
ballot box, they may borrow established industries in these 1 n CHUNK TUNA ;LAO : .. PRODUCE J 1
issuance of areas, we know that materials 'I I!.. e i4: ... .. .
money through STEAKS 11x. .1.
bonds. must be available at low cost 1 n r. ..11t.. Ihn..A.11--414"... N.r 1 : I!! ranp.. .a.A 'h...." iii. R... 1 t

Their immediate problem Is and the finished products must 1- : UUInrnIIJlt.... .. i
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De able to reach the market : : :- :---:::--:::--- ---
money with which to operate. at reasonable shipping ------o.u-.1 :UUJ: 1
This is obtained through mut places Close Trimmed IIIIUHUIU't
ijally agreeable arrangements rates.There is no answer for Florida Boneless Full Cul TBoncClou : ntSi>;tiujiiil0 :iitl11t; nC b'a PLAID 'li!
with the Boards of County Commissioners Industry that does not include Round Trimmed I if' i' 1ii;! : \ ,,\.A :i i:
of the various count Sirloin xtru PLAIDSTAI STAMPS i
waterborne commerce. I. "\ .Q,, ;... :
ties comprising each of the districts ii 1 i "''a Ihh ..
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to them with the
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stand necessary by themeselves ngli h'Leather Cubed C TipBONELESS C :; 10tI..f 100 {1:5 SEGOS . 8ge !!!

Conservation Director, Randolph BUFFER . $1.29:1 JHr.p.! ..,.."hn.4' ... MjC..P. '
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guides the Attorney and assists General's these staff districts Round Round ... ,."..1 .,>r.v.M... igilSiifr"! : _a___-o.u_-"-"WMJKisiiEi (

Your Choice, Lb. Your Cholct, Lb. l. .. : ;:! .It.tRt. r/, 7 "'uUIUl1nnlllrn i 1
Now that the Cross Florida 'I ::1 '
Barge Canal Is a reality with i.r,4Ta\ PLAID iSSwiff !:
the start of construction last "Super-Right" Fine Quality, Freihly? All Good Brand Sugar Cured Sliced ( Premium Pork ]jj |\r STAMPS Mi
27, most urgent .
our
need called February is missing completion link In of the the Gulf so- GROUND BEEF LBS. $1.29 BACON 2 PKC:: 79c BAG SAUSAGE BAG''IB. 39c i$r; Wllh Mllt.Qu.r"",,".<.0c.n"' "''I

Intracoastal Waterway This ,ir JOHNSON'S KLEAR S1.53 J! .
link Is the section be- Swift' Premium Corn B..f "Super Right" All Met Skinless Cap'n John'i Quick Frozen French Fried .: .. !
missing Carrabelle and Tampa .... ..Itx.... .III...-?.... J. : p

tween Bay.It will be the responsibility of BRISKETS LB, 69c FRANKS JS: 49c FISH STICKS PK 18 OZ,: $1.00 'm"SPECIALI A22._ : :null: =Z 2Z 1 i!:a.l

the Boards of Directors of the Special All Flavors Speclall Jane Parker Dellcloxu Plain or Self.RUIngMb. l iiii 1tttaat 1
Big Bend and the Suwannee-An-
dote Navigation Districts to PLAID I
bring Into being this final segment Frutaste PumpkinPIES Sunnyfield 1" STAMPS I'
of the waterway that i!
with completion of the Cross wllh Ihi, coupon A pinllad ..

Florida Florida Barge with Canal a, protected will provide DRINKS I I 1 I FLOUR( CHILI 3 U(Oi.with Cini beam of ) 51.00e p-I e/ f

artery for inexpensive water + : ,
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borne commerce from the west M'+ trip... .1st.A Ihr.ual., +e iii, N.,, I
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the nation's prime market, C ...,.. ;
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New York City and connect us 3UG.I. $100 39c IQc (j" u:> : ;
the Each J
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can no more halt the tre- HALLOWEEN CANDY W. s

mendous influx climates of people of our from nation t I With. I hi. *mip.. mil piroku.. .1 iil
the colder
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into Florida than we can I Worlhmoro Indian Werhm.71p01q Dr." i 1 Pint 10.Oi. Can Johnien't '1
Elegance
stop in its path the sun that Ebony Corn, 13oxWerlhmere 29c Handouts 75c 4 GLO-COAT ". aBc
them here. Florida'spopulation Peanut Butler In \
brings .
will have grown to lroiyle { t Lb. 3-Oi. Mart Junler I -1.L b. B.tSnickers r....... ..IAx... 'h..h 11.11-11..... It... 1 I;
at least 7.% mpon by 1970, IM.NmAh. eM4 Kisses, 45c 59cWerthmero bUnnnml'IInnU :
an dto 20 million by the year lito Werthmere M H generationaway. _bnMIn. Stainless I T 59c 5c19c.yjli l : :.l11i f-iJH: ----
2000- .- only one '..MA.elMl.. an. eware Pops bag Balls, 20-or. : l
L $1,00p Worthmere CandyPumpkins llOl. Werthmero) 0,. I
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To support this mass of people ..-. F ,. ., .. 29c Jelly Beans 29c 5 \'''' PIAIDSTAMPS :
within our boundaries we I t..h.h t* (K r irrt t b Ml 1
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must provide great industriesto 1re..4 I.h..d. .d. 4 DIM
enable them to make a living, W"10 hi. ,..... .... '."h... .f I
educational facilities to prepare INDIAN RIVER I ,4 7.Oi, Can JehiDen'i
for the these Industries
them jobs -
PLEDGE SOc El 1
will offer, and recreational REXALL DRUGS
facilities for them to play and 1 ,' 11x. ,.."... I
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We are already making giant INDIAN RIVER CITY f-- ,,, L.._stsntsr ;zr; ;rtisarls: t,1r'
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PLACE SETTING Luicloui Golden Ripe I I- '0i. Jar Noale off Label. I I'I
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CLEARANCE OF ALL
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1964( MODELS \ '- "No Coupons Necessary"

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MONO TORO MOTO i dishwasher safe Tei . ''/-lb. plcg. 3Sc

SNAPPING TURTLE defer ent proof '\.?a1 Y//IB// UY 'UlCBAS' ( All Purpose Anti ..,.

APPLES Mb.bag39c'TJ Barbecue Sauce 18-o:. 33erocker

WHEELHORSEPrices ) Id TEA SPOON GRAVY LADLI CARVING FORK r IMfr (
COCKTAIL FORK BURY SPOON CARVING KNIFE.
IR KNIFI MIAT ELICIT Pancake Mix, 28-01 k 39e
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0) DINNIR FORK Mum C'eamDeodoranf
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He Limit 69 C -- ::-- 1 I s med. 'jar.. 49c
EACH 29C Dinnef knives 4f< ea.a .
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THE BONEITS Prl e. lit This Ad Good Thru Sunder Ne*. t Spaghetti, 2 cans for 37 CSvmMno

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I-flS AND TITUSVILLE aerial view of Inter- Upper left is Titusville and to the right is South Pj than your teephone book. than ever before. door Spoct conveniences aving! Hotpoint 89.Cycle Ib Defrost 12; two- y 0
sero-iont freezer
I state highway 95 as it nears and passes the Titusville Lake. Construction of the highway be,;an several O full.width tlide-out porcelain crispers.gg and
area. The photo was taken looking toward the south. weeks ago.-Bohannon Aerial Photo. xH xW: | butter storage area MH

1 I I Local Firms Chartered !
All Channel 0
I Two Titusville firms were I Friedlander all of Titusville. I 70
| among the 13 recently charter. I T-Craft Boat Company 1549 In $218
ed by the office of Secretary of US. 1. North Titusvttle, with WTr
State Tom Adams. authorized stock of 1,000 sharesof
Pirate's Cove of Brevard Inc. common at 110.00 per share 1965 Model H
I Haulover Canal and AlA with flied Oct 20, 1964, dealing in d
authorized stock of 60 shares of Craft boats etc. Incorporatorsare Wa
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1 M Oct. 20, 1964, dealing in maintaining Herbert S. Thompson Eliz .
t a Marina etc Incorpor- abeth Fay Thompson Mary : SHE THE WHOLE PICTURE r:
ators are listed as Donald Sin (Jean Thompson, all.Of. Titus ;; ,
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DISCUSSING PUlDmiS: -- C/>mnssniin; Ed YOU SEE A TALL BLOND!
Gurney (center) is Sl1l\\'O here with Star-AiKocate siq
editor Robert HuiK,<'n as he discusses some problemswith In Trade
If she wears a hat yI
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Linotype operator Nat Moore of the Star-Ad-

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being born in New England( and both being staunch K
Republicans-A Photo.
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shown signing a pi,ilumtion; declaring No\enilcr := -:: w w 7 g
8-13,1964 ft9 Saving And Loan Week. Shown \\ i I'h
him is Earl Jones i.f the Pint. Federal Savings md I 326 S. Washington AT*. Downtown TUutrUl T.l.phon.287.0611
Loan Association of Tituiville Governor FarriS MARY CARTER PAINTS ;1(
Bryant has also proclaimed the date official the '
In w Visit Our Larger Newly Remodeled Store!
state of Florida. Bryant also congratulated the Florida 404 Mala St..t AM 7-0731

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Appear For
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BJC CouncilThe

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Brevard Junior College
Lyceum Council will present
"The Lettermen" in concert on
Thursday evening, Nov. 12, at
8 o'clock pm at the Cocoa High
School gymnasium.
Billed as America's most
popular campus attraction,
"The Lettermen" have been en

gaged by the Lyceum Councilfor ___ 1.. ..
this one night stand next
month.
1
"Entrance to the concert can
be gained in only two ways",
said Bill Day, Chairman of the Sunnyland
Lyceum group. "Full-time students -
at Brevard Junior College i. SMOKED
will be given tickets free'he ',
said. "Other students in Bre
vard County will be given an
'opportunity to buy tickets at an PICNICSSMALL
advanced sale to be conductedby
the Brevard Junior College: \
Faculty Women's Club."
Absolutely no tickets will be
sold at the door on the night of { r
the performance, he said.
According to Mrs. Maim Harris .
\ ,
Publicity Chairman for \the .
women's group an advancedsale 2g
will be held at Cocoa High WHOLE
School and Cocoa Beach High i TShE\\
School on Oct. 27 and 28 from
11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Cost for LB. .
each ticket will be $1.50. A port BRACH CANDY
tlon of the proceeds of ticket M Corn 29'
sales will be given to the Bre- K-oi
vard Junior College Scholarship 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON *6d HORMEL

Fund, she said. Cremes BRACH Hollowxn,Mtllow, 29 f Can Ham 3 2 39
Following\ advance sale by ? ::: CAN>
the faculty women's group, and BRACH IOJ/i 01.Slr. (Mix) 'GSA'jS'fd9BRACH
If any tickets remain, \they will 39 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON '6S COOK QUIKSteaks
Burgundy .
be available at the administra p.n
live. classroom building at Bre BRACH BUTTERSCOTCH sg RoL L,. 891
vard Junior College. Persons desiring
to purchase any remain. Disc 8Vi-oz. 29'
ing tickets may do so by callIng
at the switchboard in the 101 CANDY --.a.
main lobby, or by phoning Mr. Treats ";.B
19oI. I
William Day at 6321111
"We expect a complete sell. BRACH CINNAMON
out of these tickets during \the 79'A
first two days that \they are Balls 8oI.. A WD BRAND FROZEN FOOD

believe available"that, said many Day young, "and peoplein we BRACH ASSORTED Sirloin Steal La. 98xW

the county will want to see Toffee 7 .
this nationally known folk.sing- .D BRAND BONELESSRound MORTON FROZEN CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY I

Ing"The group.Lettermen" group Is Steal. @ 8xW Pot Pies..6e
made up of Tony Butala, Jim .
Pike, and Bob Engermann. w
-D BRAND BONELESSRound MORTON FROZEN FOR TRICK OR TREAT
Their recordings on the Capital

lege label and they campuses have have sold appeared throughout in the millions on the ccl WINN CO""T-t.D"'K" ', no.... INO. Roast -8 oxW Donuts. 3Pkf Of'1.

nation .D BRAND BEEFShort IDAHO VALLEY FROZEN FRENCH FRYPotatoes
Members of the Brevard Jun. REG. 45* BETTY CROCKER CHOCOLATE CHIP
for College Lyceum Council who Ribs 33c 2 39/
have assisted William Day on Cookies PKG 23l .
this project are: Tom White- 100 EXTRA STAMPS WTH COUPON f64 ASTOR FROZEN ORANGE
side, instructor in music
and
students Henry Caldas, Sandy FISH FILLET Gr. Beef. 5 $195 Juice. 4s99'CAULIFLOWER
Payne, and Hayes Smith. Grouper 39x i PKG. .

HAPPYBIRTHDAY REG. 69< COPELAND COUNTRY LINK

Sausage59x

Thursday, October 2V (
FRESH BOSTON BUTT PORK

Pat Robert Faulkner HudsonC. Roast. U. 39x
M. AdamsJ. REGULAR 43* KLEENEX (REDEEM YOUR LIFE COUPONS)
G. Wicks PILLSBURY OR BALLARDBiscuits

Theresa Meredith TIdmore Gordon Raulerson 4cAN$39x Towels 2 ROLL PKG 291

Ralph Edward Ormsbee rte'

Mrs. H. F. Keller REG. 39, PALMETTO FARMS KIDNE" BEAN REGULAR 3/35 CAMPBELL'S TOMATO Hd.29"

Friday, October )l Salad I 14'01. CUP 2.91 .
Mrs. A. D. Moody, Sr. t :\"..
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C. F. Howell S No-I'CAN | UX '

Bobby Rose AndersonMrs. REG. 53, SUPERBRAND COTTAGECheesed oup f,
Milderd Doss LARGE SNOWBALLFANCY
Elzie Jennins REGULAR 49* DEEP SOUTHM.ayonnaise
3 9 lilt
Susan Jennings ? ALL PURPOSE FOR TRICK OR TRIAT

Patricia Ann PerryPrinting REG. 2/39 DIXIE DARLING Homburotr or Wiener QUART 391 j Apples 5L..1AG49/


Needs! Buns Pk9a. 29, REGULAR 3HAWAIIAN) VINE RIPENED

See The REG. 33, DIXIE DARLING CINNAMON Tomatoes 2 LIS. 39x
Punch /I 46..CANS $1.
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Kiwanians ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) v. o "' fine meals at budget pri e

-While Republican presidential

Total! $$361,762 Curtis Barnes Clerk of Bro candidate Barry Goldwater
yard County Circuit Court, was spoke here Sept 22, a man
Brevard Oountiuu purchased guest speaker at last Monday's robbed a branch of the First :. GRANSKILLE
meeting of the Greater
361,7U E and H U.S. Savings viDe Kiwanis Tltus National Bank of more than |37,>
Bonds during the month of Sep Club 000.
tember and 89.8 per cent of the I Barnes outlined the functionof \
1X4 quota has now been attain. If his office and described such Police were busy controlling SPECIAL FOR THURSDAY
matters as deed restrictions traffic and crowds during the
ed.For the nine months ending and proper procedures for filing Arizona senator's visit
Sept 30, purchases totaled $3,- plat plans. He talked
344,530. Brevard'j quota has about flood control measuresto President Johnson was to be FRANKFURTERSFlaor
been set at $3,723,000.E meet the county's water resources In town for a speech this mom- .
) Bond purchases in September and availability needs. I ing, and Albuquerque's banks, and RirL
suffered an unexpected Speaker at next Monday's in the Interest of security, announced
slump of more than $700,000 or meeting will be Hilda Cowartof they would remain CHOCOLATE
nearly 12 per cent In Florida. PRIDE, Inc closed until he leaves. BAKED BEANS
This was In contrast to national The Kiwanis Club reports a SUNDAE
figures which recorded a 4 percent 9L very successful Halloween
gain over the year before. candy sale program. Anyone de I candy Is asked to contact one I All Meat Frankfurters, Baked
On the other hand I! Bond purchases siring to purchase some of the of the evening club members. Par Yeur Kneyment.Made | .
In Florida gained 17 percent A_ Beans, French Fries, Cole Slaw, WIN
while national sales were .. . . . .
off 4 per cent.Nationally Buttered Roll. "Premium Ice Cream
E Bond sales In NEW FURNITURE STORE -Charles Wilson, owner -
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September were the best for of the new Dale Furniture Store at 206 Magnolia YOU GET MORE BUSINESS :
Avenue, shows some of the merchandise at the new
that month In nine years. For R.qulu 35c75c
the first nine months of the location. Wilson has been in the furniture businessfor J When your phone is always answered! 63c
year E &: H Sales were 42 percent 18 years and before coming to Tltusville owneda
below the year before. store at New Smyrna. He plans to move to this
The present value of outstanding city as soon as possible bringing his wife and two : :
E &: H Bonds passed the $48 children. The store has all national brands of merchandise .
billion mark to a new high of and Wilson would like to invite O
everyone -
TlhirrDIe ATM Cocoa & Coco Beach OQ
$48,019 million
to visit him at Dale Furniture Store. S-A 267-5530
Photo. 631.7031. ,
NB Realtors 000000000000000040WOMEN'S PIRTLE PLAZA PARK AVENUE AND SOUTH STREET TITUSVILU

.
rElect.. Searle City Of Titimilla

., Notice Of Public Hearing

:Realtors Dnn Searle, was of elected Donn presidentof Searle The City of TltiMvllle will .heM a puMk hearing onTuesday tf/A1N.t MORE FO* tO JRMONEY; ? KEEP tfpTJ.lt WI W <**ANTS

the North Brevard Board of November 10, 1H4 ef 7:30 ,."'. In me Ceuncll
:Realtors at the regular monthly Room to hear. Interested persent In regard te a request te
meeting at the Rlvervlew risen* the following described property from Iti presentBW
:Restaurant, Tuesday morning, classification te M Mol classification .. ail_ weretouting -
Oct. 27.Others. ( end light Industry.

elected to serve the This epollcitlon hat .boon mide by Fisher Cenetrvctlen
organization until January 19G6 Co., Component, Inc, A M k I c:.. 10M4t Silver Star
I were: tine, the legal) detcrlprlen of which lit
:Ray Winstead of Bryan-Con. 71r-
.. ft Nl'/4 of the NWV4, Section tt, Tewnehlp 21 South, '" o o oo as o0
way : Winstead, Inc., first
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Ringe 35 hit, lying .... .. the P.i.C. Rallreed ...
Newman vice-president of Leonard; Leonard B. New.B. Co. right-of-way, excepting therefrom the I.ndtctecrlbecll" Tail ends of merchandise at tremendous savings
man Realty, second vice-presl Deed Book Ml, pege JW, Official Roccere's -
dent; Floyd Stone of Jess W. Book, 473, page 7N end Official Record Book
Chfldre, :Realtor, Secretary; C. 473, page 705, Publk Record ef board County, CHILDREN'S SPECIALS
SPECIALS
W Danenburg of Danenburg FloridaA
.. :Realty, treasurer. ..
public hearing will held before the Planning end
Searle Is President of the Zoning Commission ... Wednesday, November. 4, 1H4.
Greater Titusville Committee FLANNEL SLEEPWEARAT LITTLE BOYS & PREP BOYS
I : of 100, member of the Board of City ef THvtvllte.
p Directors of the Tltusville by Margaret Cooper 50% SAVINGS
Chamber of Commerce, and City Clerk SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS
I serves on the Military Affairs Wed October 21, 1H4 SHIFT GOWNS PAJAMAS SHIFT SHIRT
Committee of the Florida State W/PANTS CORDANA ROBES A
ELI IPCOAT WPANTIIReg.
Chamber of Commerce. Ret- Sale 97co
o Winstead Just received the : 2.99 It 3.99
"Outstanding Man of the Year" City Of Titusville i.
I. award at the recent annual Notice Of Public Hearing ASST. WOVEN PRINTS & KNITS IN BROKEN SIZES
SALE l47 197
banquet of the Greater Titusvllle -

Chamber of Commerce The City .. Tltvsvllle will held a public .hearing" M DRESS SHIRT & BOW TIE SALE 97c
:. .. and is President of the Titus.
.. Tuesday, November 10, 1H4 at 7:3B e.m. |In the Ceuncll
d vllle :Rotary Club his SIZES 4-7 Reg. 1.V9
among
:-, : many other community activities. Room to hoar Interested person In regard te a request toreione SUMMER & EARLY FALL I
me following described property from its present
.. The annual banquet and in. "T" classification to a BR claaaaHconen. .. all..w a 1MIt.....* DRESS CLOSEOUTSHIFTS bee
-: taUatlon of officers will be and office building.Thli HOUSEORESSIS PC. BOYS COTTON SLACKS
held in January shortly after
< : the holiday season. application hat boon mode by Dollleude, Inc., .located SEERSUCKER DRESSES $
....- on south U. S. Nor 1, the .legal doMrlptfen which Isi Reg. 1.97 -2.99 Sale 2 FOR 3a
: Card Of Thanks $
.. SALE 2 FOR S
Words cannot express the Lot 44 through 4V, both Inclusive, Riverside Park FASHIONABLEFIRST SANFORIZED WASHABLE
comfort we received from the Section A, es per plat thereof recorded In Plot Book BLACK, LODEN A BROWN
many friends who visited us 4, page f, of the Public R.c.rds.f Inward County Reg. 3.99 to 5.99 QUALITY COMBED 100V COTTON SATEEN
SIZES 4.11DISCONTINUED
Florida.A a)
during our recent sad bereavement SEAMLESS MESH
and the beautiful floral
tributes paid to our dear Nelda. public hearing will be held before the Pfenning end HANDBAG CLEARANCESAVINGS NYLONSSale HOBBY KITS
Hearfelt thanks to those who Zoning Commission en Wednesday, November. 4, 1H4
UP TO 50%
provided food, for the cards, 1964 Model Car Kits reg. 2.00 SALE 1.27
flowers, and other expressionsof dry ef Tltvsrllle EARLY FALL HANDBAGS "
sympathy, and for the pray. SALE reg. 1.50 SALE ..971964Cusrom'ingKitsreg..98
by Margaret Cooper i
en that have helped sustain us City Clerk ASST. STYLES Reg. 5.00 5.99 3 pr. 87Ce

during this trying time. Wed. October M, 1H4 EVENING BAGS SALE I47 1 SALE .57
The Glenn Bain Family Nude heel mart with
leI. J99
m 1963 Model Car Kits .98 SALE .47
> * * * * * * CLUTCH BAGS dressy sandals reg.

Rer. 2.99 SALE I47 Run-resistant mesh Plane Kits-Car Kits reg..79 SALE .47



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ENTERTAINERSCLOSEOUTS Silicone Ironing Board Pad SALE 66C

DEMOCRAT REPOSSESSIONS & Cover Set Reg. 1.19
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19" PORTABLE TV
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ATTORNEY BUSINESSMAN 1 ONLY Reg. 139.95 sSit
s.. : I I PRINTED FLORAL SHEETS x,11
Stlcctfont R.,.
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Console Stereo Walnut SALE 89" PRACTICALHOUSEHOLD DESIGNS SIZE Ref. a.1'.97
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AM/FM RADIO MAHAGONY SALE 139" FOR $1 12.77ASST.
: MODERN PRINT A NYLON STRETCH. SOFA
Rag. 159 95 -1 ONLY
PATTERNS. Reg. M.99Boudoir
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Waste baskets large utn.
Cltttenst ity biN. pails, laundry
The education of your children I Is ef prim. Imeertance. We fjreeenrly serve en 6 Speaker Stereo Console baskets tissue di.. SAKE 1.77
person Urge tubs, and Desk & Pin-Up .
the Inform committee en education and will continue 1 te carry e*, y.wr ..,,. fer RADIO, CHERRY SALE 209 many morel Unbreakable 2.
r Reg. 24995 1 ONLYAMFM LAMPS SALE 3.47
maintaining a school system second te ....... ,smart pliable l colors.and in several Reg. 49fOS1

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.. Visitors to Florida are assured new apartments totaling '8.7 sanction. tels built during the period. or Inn Shrafft's and Lt Petit Starts atf****!<> t
of finding ample accommodations million and Broward with 83 The popularity of the Miracle Among plush new establishments Gourmet Restaurant adjoining
and eating establishtohments new apartments totaling Jtt.lmBlton. Strip as a vacation area Is re- is Mease Manor at Dune- the Royal Palm Motel
during the approach- fleeted in the fact that Bay din, a 159 million, nine-story Also leading In new restaurants
Ing season with a record number New apartments are notice County in the Panama city retirement apartment-hoteL Is the Orlando area with
of new facilities built dur able at Miami Beach, famed for Beach area leads the state In The West Coast county also most of the new Uncle John's tr. .
ing the past 18 months. the skyline of its Hotel Bow. new motels. During the past 18 takes the lead In new restaurants Pancake House and two new
Apartments and motels lead With more and more apartment months, S3 new accommodations with dearwater flourishing Howard Johnson's.!
In construction with an Increase buildings rising along have been added to the scene. In new eateries many With tremendous growth in
in restaurants also evident Biscayne Bay, this section soon Among the more outstanding part of new motor lodges. all facilities, Florida la ready to
Florida now has some will rival the beach shore in is the Beach Holiday Inn, a Among these art Howard John welcome all comers to the
26t50 apartment houses, 5.639 grandeur. Many of these luxury minion-dollar plant facing the son's Motor Lodge and Restaurant state this season with a special e
motels, 15,852 restaurants and buildings Include swimming Gulf which has four stories Parliament House Mot. warm hospitality. I
1,283 hotels. pools, cabanas, sun decks and and M units.Brevard .
Trend In apartment con docks for boats. Yearly rentals, County In the Cape
struction is toward the deluxe, however, start as low as |900 Kennedy area also continues to GET YOUR CAR READY NOW. .
high rise condominiums, although for a small efficiency and cost be a leader In motel construction : I
rental apartments con as much as 145,000 for deluxe with 16 additions during the CASHONE
Let our Mechanics do the workl!
tinue being built at a rapid accommodations. 18-month period. Among these expert
rate. During the past 18 Outstanding at Port Everglades are the Imperial Towers Apartments
months, 2,075 apartments costIng is the multl.mll ion.dol. and Yacht dub Schratt's V Align Front End ALL FOR ONLY
more than J267 million were lar Everglades House,, an 18- Carriage Rouse Motor Lodge
built. story apartment house being and the Ramada Inn. DAY SERVICE V Balance Front Wheels'
Dade and Broward counties, built to overlook the busy port. Hotel construction In Florida
running almost neck and neck, Fort Lauderdale has numerous during the past 18 months totaled $50.00 to S600.00 V Adjust Brakes $ 95
lead the state in apartment construction other such luxury apartment 28 new edifices costing $131
million. Broward is in the Make The Phone
again Arrangmenta By
with Dade having 499 quarters built or under conVISITS )
lead with six new hoste1rlaAmong 9
these is the It-story, V SAFETY CHECK battery,
multi-million-dollar hotel being 2674331Southern Any
built as part of the Phillips 66 cables, cooling system, American
complex at Fort Lauderdale. I fan belts, shock absorbers Car
Located on the waterfront, the
plant and already includes a motel Loan Company and exhaust system Parts extra, If neededNYLOIMAIRE
marina.
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4 STATE REPRESENTATIVE ..
w GROUP II NOW
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WITH PUBLISHER-Florida'g 11th District ", *.t Qualified To Represent
1st Tire at Price Listed Below
Congressman Ed Gurney is shown during a visit to You la Tallahseas Buy

the new Star-Advocate building as he spent .._ ....
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4 Terriers Are WeakerIn Sports Editors Pick Griffin,



Carew As Top Back & Lineman

Second Quarters



If Titusville's Terriers could -
I
keep opponents from scoring in
the second quarter of football .

.-.. games, there's a possibility they ,
u might have a perfect slate. I'
Carrying a 2-2-2 record, Titus- w.
yule has given up 40 points in
second quarters of their first six

ball games and held opponentsto I t.-.__ ..... ANWHMMi*
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only one touchdown in the -
third quarter and 7 points In the Charlie Griffin Billy Carew
Wlf last period.
A second half team, according I Tltusville's returning All-Brevard middle guard and a
y to statistics, Titusville has gained surprising alternate halfback from Cocoa were selected by
more yardage in the second the Brevard County Newspapers Sports Editors Associationas
period of all their ball games, the County's top linemen and back of this week.
they've scored more touchdowns The selections, based on the athletes' abilities displayed
In the final half, and they've during previous games were chosen by sports editors
Ron, Hugh tear fcfe held opponents to only two Dave Concannon, Cocoa Tribune; and Bill Peterson, Melbourne
touchdowns In the final half, 4 Dally Times and Ronnie Hughes, Titusville Star-
:some week-ends everything's perfect. At other times, It's and they've held opponents to k pro Advocate. This Is the first selection made by the Assoc

llk<(Caklng up In the middle of a nightmare. only two touchdowns in six .. t7r ,
Friday' night, Titusville got beat by Colonial. Saturday, Florida games during the second half. iation.Charlie Griffin, 210-pound Titusville 1963 AU-Brevard
got::Feat by Alabama and Florida State lost to Virginia Tech, not The Terriers have scored 40 defensive middle guard, topped all line votes from the three
In the final two
to ,mention! Miami's loss to Indiana Friday Even Gibson got points while holding opponents to periods only editors, while another unanimous selection went to Billy

beat/ 13. Colonial and Melbourne have :>1' '\ ; : Carew, 155-pound Junior alternate halfback from Cocoa.
:'Jt was one of those week-ends when you really don't care accounted for both second half (. !_:,,: ."' /', f1't',."p4: Griffin, TltusvUle's version of the "big bear", has beena
what happens until a person says "Well it was about time, pointers. key factor in the Terrier defensive unit since the start

theyve: been playing over their heads." David Ward continues to be ;>. .., of football season. On many occasions, he has led the Terrier .
So! this corner Is going fishing this week. Might as well, all the Terrier top scorer, and second "" '- -- tackle chart and displayed his defensive abilities by
our favorite teams with the exception of Oklahoma, found themselves place behind Satellite's Ken EDWARDS MAKES making outstanding tackles of opposition quarterbacks be-
COMPLETION- wards had hauled
on the puney end of the stick. Hutcherson. just in a Charlie hind the line of scrimmage
If It had not been for reliable ole Parkway Junior High It Ward has scored eight touchdowns Tommy Edwards, Titusvllle's right Huggins pass. The Terriers lost their Billy Carew, the young Cocoa second string halfback
would have been a clean sweep for North Brevard-all losses. four on runs and four on end is getting a shove from Colonial'sdefensive second game of the season 26-0. S-A surprised many Central Florida fans Friday night with his

But,'.Parkway's Seventh and Eighth grades keeping up with the passes from quarterback Char. back Wayne Starling dur. Photo dazzling running against the fourth ranked Edgewater.
tradition, "Thou Shalt not be defeated," rolled in victories over I le Hugglns. ing Friday's game at Draa Field Ed- Carew picked up 129 yards from the line of scrimmage,
DeLaura Junior High The Freshman team, that bunch of guys Overall figures reveal the Terriers while the entire team of Edgewater racked up only 121
whojiave only been defeated in one game, In all three sports In and opponents are fairly
three years, of course are on their way to another county champ. close In most phases. TI. Bums Spartans total.A limited action reserve halfback who has carried the
ionship.! They already have six championships. County footballfor tusville, however Is more of a HowTheTerriers Have Fared ball only seven times and picked up a net of three yards

the past two years; county basketball for the past two years; passing pounded out team most while of their opponents. Win In until Friday's 12.7 upset victory over Edgewater proved to
county track for the past two years. The Ninth graders lost a on the ground. In the yardage air, Cify'sFlag be a 150-pound small Bengal Tiger on the prowl Carew
basketball game during their eighth grade year, by only one point Titusville has picked up 431 Titusville 13, Sanford 13T was the key man when Cocoa needed yardage.

or so. yards out of (6 tries while opponents Titusville 26, Cocoa Beach 0 W FootballRonnie
T-
have gained only 294 In
We've been told the fishing around North Brevard Is about 82 carriers. Huggins has pickedup Titusville 6, Cocoa 7 L ; *

usual. No one Is catching anything. This time of the year It's even yardage through the air and Titusville 27, Lyman 6 W AI J man intercepteda
aard"to catch mosquitoes. We'll see if the colds are biting. If on the ground; 526 yards this I pass and ran back a punt RE-ELECT
they're around we're sure to catch a toe-tack full year, 105 running and 421 pass- Titusville 13, Melbourne 13 T return to lead the Bums to a 1K

Ing. Ward has gained 249 yards Titusville 0, Colonial 27 L 19.12 victory over the Chargersin
Spec Everhart called something to our attention two weeks and Is also Huggins' favorite Oct. 30 Titusville at Eau Gallie flag football action Saturday James H. Pruitt
receiver with 20 for *
ago. We mentioned rather severely that Titusville has not beaten pass passes
Melbourne In about eight years 225 yards Nov. 13 Titusville Hosts Seabreeze morning at Titusville High

.!pee sort of reminded us, that in 1959 his team played Melbourne >Terriers Opp. Nov. 20 Titusville At Deland School.
to a deadlock tie, something similar to this year's score. Kickoffs 18 16 Altman's scores gave the
Yards KO Returned 278 219 Nov. 25 Titusville Hosts Satellite *
Everhart Is now a Junior High School Principal in Central Punts 24 111 Bums a 13-0 halftime lead, how. 1K
Brevard and used to be a head football coach for the Terriers.
the settled downin
Punting Average 30.1 3U ever Chargers
Yards Punt Return 68 77 Hugglns: 96 passes attempted, wards 1 touchdown, 8 points; the second half and rallied
Five little words printed in .Monday's Ramblln column gotart Yards Penalized 299 711 40 completed, 421 yards gained, Grissom 1 touchdown, 8 points. with two touchdowns to narrow ic *
arousing phone call from Frank Tomdale, Titusville High Fumbles 11 16 and had 6 passes intercepted. Elchert 8 18 4 14 1.7 the margin to only one touchdown
School Assistant Principal. Fumbles Lost 8 12 Elchert: 1 pass attempted, 1 Gouge I 10 0 101.7 difference.
We sort of took a stab at the Terriers football team In Monday's First Down Rushing 29 51 completed, 10 yard gain, no in. Wortham 13 88 0 66 5.1Huggins I In *
the second
issue. Also bragged about Colonial's fine band. And, we First Down Passing 19 13 .erceptlons. G2 200 95 105 2.0 game, the Spartans ic
mentioned Tltusvllle's Homecoming activities, like this: "Another First Down Penalty 10 10 Passes Caught: I 8aln 8 18 0 193.2 with coupled a good defense
a offense to
shining point was the ceremonies, for what they were worth." Total First Downs 58 74 Edwards 10 for 112 yards Hardin 2 3 0 31.5 surprising
down the
Terrier 13-6.
: 'JCrrrrr," Tomdale said "What do you mean, for what Passes Attempted 96 52 Ward 20 for 225 yards Long 22 143 1411.4 Jim Pups for c *
IHey're\ worth?" Passes completed 41 20 Wortham 2 for 25 yards Smith 1 1 0 1 1.0 touchdown McKinney ran one STATE REPRESENTATIVE
and
threw to Pete
He hinted we were running down his halftime activity, insteado Yards Gain Passing 431 294 Elchert 6 for 32 yards hart 4 18 0 18 4.0 Green for the other Spartan Group One Democrat
praising It, but, we did say the halftime ceremonies were a Passes Intercepted 5 i 15 Hardin 3 for 12 yards Ward 50 258 9149 50 score. "PaM for by tbo Democratic Exteutlvi Commute
",hiDIng point." Yds. run back I. p, 17 46 Zimmerman 1 for 34 yards Top runners against Titus. ef Florida.' Warren Goodrich Chairman, In cooperation *
Rushing Plays 168 253 Composite Scoring: vile The with th. Brevard County Democratic Executive Com
: the :
Anyway, he's expecting a four-page retraction, on "for what Pups are only teamto mute.,"
Rushing Yards Gain 739 1,178 Titusville 20 19 34 8 79 Burton, Sanford, 56 yards. score on the tough Spartan
they were worth. For one thing, It is not worth a four
but, Tomdale, here goes: "The halftime ceremonieswere page retraction Rushing Yards Lost 110 102 Opponents 13 40 0 7 116 Sparkman, Sanford, 84 yards defense this year. *
another Net Yards Rushing 629 1,016 Titusville Scoring: Ward 8 Shotwell, Cocoa, (7 yards
shining point. To. Rushing, P. plys. 264 :SOS touchdowns, 48 points; Huggins Perranet, Lyman 89 yards
We'll Just leave off the "for what they were worth." Total Yds. gain, r p 1,060 1,310: 7 extra points, 1 touchdown, 13; Holtsman, Melbourne, 121 yards
Seriously the halftime program was great. How's that Frank? Avg. gain per play 40 43 Long 1 touchdown, I points; Ed. Harrelson, Colonial 117 yards.to .


Notre Dame Favored race for the host Cotton Bowl begin settling down in the rAi r 'J
Navy berth and will resume league standings soon.Ind.pend.n".
I campaigning against Texas
A&M after a nonconference 17-0
Florida To Squeak Past Tigers breeze over Wichita. Texas, Georgia Tech, unranked but
No.8, remained close by edging unbeaten, commands attention ,l.
Rice on a pair of field goals. although scared before edging

By 101 NOOSING tion when the Irish merited one, young folks I've ever been Next: SMU. Tulane 76. Florida State, which
Allecl.te4 Frees Spwti Writer carefully pointing out he was around," solidified its first FAR WEST-AAWU previously humiliated Kentucky
Altogether coaches not speaking for the board. This place grip by edging Florida 17- At first 48had underdog Virginia
now glance its a five-way I Tech rattle Its 10tH rating 20-11.() 1'
let's hear it: "We're going to may be the year. 14. The Crimson Tide keeps scramble among Oregon Oregon Twice-beaten
'em at time." To better explain the postseason rolling even with quarterbackJoe Syracuse lost COSTUME
play one a Woody State, Southern California, prestige on the West Coast.
.Ara. Bear you're In prognostications take a Namath Injured because UCLA and Washington State. I Remembering Pitt couldn't
great voice closer look at conference and Steve Sloan takes over so Each has a 1.0 league record get
major bowl Invitation with
The nation's unbeaten, untied regional breakdowns: smoothly. The ninthrankedGators and not a hint of national rank. I record in 1963 it now a
big five Ohio State, Notre Sly Ten missed a field goal on Ing among them. Oregon is the I 19.1 the East will not appears have PARTY DANCE
Dame Alabama Top-ranked Ohio State under the final play. No. 7 LSU sal. lone
Arkansas, Ne unbeaten after nipping I j|representative at one of the big
braska-are charter members of the firm hand of Woody Hayes, vaged a 3-3 tie with underdog Washington 7.0 and is this cor- ,i five postseason classics this
college football' Mid season appears to have the inside track Tennessee In a fierce defensive ncr's pick in the Nov. 21 show. !I The service academies
Pressure for the crown and the to war. LSU is worried about an down with ''I year.
Mounting and Cliche trip Oregon State. State 'are all sub500. VUlanova is SAT. 0(1. JI-9 P.M.A.M.!
Society in which there are these Pasadena although Purdue still ambush from traditional rival upset eighth-ranked Syracuse still unbeaten. Notre Dame remains .
taboos: shares first place with the Mississippi having Its troubles 3113. Southern California out far ahead in this category
I, overconfidence Buckeyes. Defending champion so far and tied by Vander. lasted California 262. AAWU : -
2. optimism Illinois and Michigan are far bllt 7-7 before the Tigers takeon fathers will think twice before ADMISSION BY $ TICKETS ON
I. bowl talkUnencumbered from out of it, too. But Ohio Alabama In the big one Nov sending to Pasadena the Tro- I Atlantic Coast TICKET ONLY 7 0 0 SALE NOWf
by such restrictions State has already beaten the 7 at Birmingham. LSU still fans| who already have lost to Unbeaten, once-tied Duke, .
the athletic board or nilnl. Purdue-Illinois and Ohio hasn't lost. Florida and LSU Ohio State 170. WashingtonState which whipped Army 60 with
alumni, the scribe can fearless State-Iowa are big games this have a hurricane-postponed upset loser I to Idaho 28-13, field goals and defense, is in
ly list a possible postseason Saturday with Michigan-Ohio date Dec 5. and UCLA, which has I last its command after turning back COUPLEMUST
line-up and risk being barred by State in the season's windup Southwest> early sharpness recently, figure chief rival North Carolina state.
the American Football Coaches S.utbahrnAlabama Arkansas, fourth-ranked and
Association from all dressing the No. 3 club Bear owner of the only victory over ELECT R.W.GRUY BE OVER 21 !
rooms. Bryant calls "the best crew of I Texas in 17 games, heads the
Hose Bowl Ohio State vs.
Oregon. vI1K''iu r1.I1I ALL YOU CAN BOWL
Sugar Bowl Alabama or

or Louisiana Georgia State Tech.vs. Notre Dame ALL YOU CAN EAT!


Nebraska.Cotton Bowl Arkansas vs. 4E ALL YOU CAN DANCE!

Orange Bowl Texas vs.

Alabama Gator Bowl or Louisiana- Florida State.-FlorIda '_ ALL YOU CAN PLAY POOL!

Stall winner vs. Duke.
Second-ranked Notre Dame, VOLKSWAGENRepair BYOB-MIXES FURNISHED-COSTUME
off to its best start since its !
last urnucu CA DiL.ITE' T, la PRIZES!
unbeaten season in 1953, beat
Stanford 28-6 Saturday with TflEFLOIIDUreiSUTlHCUCF
Sugar Bowl representatives in and Service r

Interests.th. stands "to demonstrate EXPERIENCE 2 RIVER LANES BOWLING

"Who talks about bowl games In Titusville of ..... ,
In the middle of the season?", sae r
asked Irish Coach Ara Par- i INDIAN RIVER PLAZA RT. 50 INDIAN RIVER CITY
seghlan. "This Is a matter for
the athletic board, anyway" BRUCE'5 AMERICAN PHONE 2677118P.
Notre Dame has had an anti. SERVICE R. W. GRADYINTEGRITY

bowl policy since the 27-10 conquest

of Stanford In the 1925 BROAD ST, b WASHINGTON AVE.
Hose Bowl A few years ago,
however Athletic Director TRAINED MECHANIC ON DUTY!

)Moose Krause suggested he ACCOMPLISHMENTPd. _n I
might take kindly to an Invita
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Five Cape Employees Play I Cape Canaveral Power Squadron Receives f I


Cape Canaveral Power Sga.l l
ron ha bsea listed this nook
On by National Headquarters as
Winter Park "Parkers"Five
feet place in the nation o\<'r liNt
1 t tS
other power squadrons In ale;- M1
live grade. and tops m i It.strict
Cape Kennedy employes. Charles Cox, former lni\erMt\'' I 1 in pounder who has wiggled his Scott, former : 23 with the highest: .i\ "I'i
ne a former Titusville resident I of Florida track star wh > m \\.1\ to i 7 touch downs already standout d II r i age of advance grades |1' c Imembtr. i
ill be played for the Winter the 100 yard di,h in I- "<'< i II' t'.u' Glen; Williams Championship -.mr
| ark Parkers Sunday' afternoon I "ends. 'I "r i' the Quantico 111:.. and II. Elective: Grades award the Florida State Championseet Halfbacks are i 1.1 All\ ""l t ''ki1[ team; Henry the basis of the numix i "f
the Tampa All.Stars in ihe The Parkers members passing MUM i 1.i
: annual Beautification Bowl, [ use. a pro type veered power squadron ies II I, ,
i Draa Field. I ,I tions of the .
I The will at 2 shotgun I The notice was an 0(11'1:11: to
game begin p.m. -
[ Butch Gramer, who played: I r : L: Tampa' lease from the I'mtinl si 1.II" \
most! of his football in Orlando. hers of two Power Squadron Vice 0 i an.> \
but moved several manner Charles d itios; '1 ''i'I', .
; years ago to teams The
the Titusville area will be a and the Tampa Director of Education, t
Power Squadron ("unlit Ri'\\i.
ember of the Parkers Gram two teams have I
in the backfield. Oth- lions Officer Dan San(font sail
[er plays forces to upset
fers are Ellis Zander, Dick Watkins Ions. Tampa will the group has worked real hard
[ Gerry Corbett and Henry er University of I for these honors In a Muse
this Is Med assurance in I HI _
Scott is stand. <
itt a former and several plays !
lout for Florida A & M. around the South people ho take our yearly. pirn-
er squadron classes I that I heir
The Winter Park Parkers idaA&lM.
Instructors know east tly what
have probably one of the flne&1records
AH proceeds they're teaching
of team in theSoutheast : ,
[ any pro will be used by The annual class n<>u und,I,'r
[
their way at Titusvillo high "', !hood l
In the past 12 games theParkes the City of have attracted nearly !so Noiih
have racked up a total Brevard residents The: dissi

[of 510 yards offensively while I are given! free to anyone incrested _
[their opponents were held score- Li ( In boating and Is pro -0- -- -- -----

Jess in 11 games scoring two requisite to becoming a memo '
RECEIVES INSTRUCTION CaptDave High School by the Cape CanaveraV'Power
touchdowns the Parker defense ber of the ,
on "'....IId. Kite squadron
Allen in inatruotiont Also pictured Is Da
I pictured giving Squadron.
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last week. Cape Canaveral
a Squadron
game Rick loam ..rI. : I to two members of a piloting Sanford, squadron public relation offioef. .
Their offensive 1 I named after the Cape ( anavwal -
average yard. Bowline upply [
... claaa currently being held at TUuaville S-A Photo. v
Hlh team ,
[age for each game is 367 most butlnc Co.. M7Hlib I land mark because! of It ?
i of which is picked up on the Individual !sailing significance Is only four "
(ground with 222 yards and 145 C.m.cho toO. I years old. It was started In 1MB 01 small !wiN, to encourage the II McCann Jr., Commander; l lit Lieutenant; Richard & ,
tin the air. Jim Haines is theteam's And.Hick....,Individual US.Brevard 'r"I by> Captain Dave Allen science of navigation agencies I. David It Maoon, Lt. Commander I I I Ruffe, Secretary; and ElwpQd I
| punter, averaging 42 CI T... National Primary purposes for ail Power and to stimulate Interest In ac- ; John A. Schmalcnuerger, D. Scandrett, Treasurer
yards per punt with Charles Cox : L Imperial HoueeFurniture Squadrons Is teach Interested UvltiM which tend to the up-
I the extra point kicker ; Olabe. EM$.tributln. ersonel In nearly all phases of building of the Navy, CoastGuard * * * tRI \
Running the team from quarterback White.. .... boating safety and operation and Merchant Marine
[ is Jim Crawford, the older rvloe ploalnr The rower Squadron course The local Squmtron In conoid .ILICT NOV. I ,'
I leading quarterback in the FlorI : Mn-lo. Norman are given to over (MM.(WO people end one of the finest in t hi.dllIt.rIcl ?
I Ida Football League passing _. Cb Ia.rrydoe. > Mobile in the United Stales each vear confuting of the Banana DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATI ,. .
I for 114 touchdowns during his I Cutter Drue A nonprofit sttif sustaining River, Daytona Death
f career. PRESENTS TROPHY--Jack Miller, City Recreation Alro-Lok Company Window private membership organlatkm Gainesville Jacksonville, Gala R. CUTTER ...
Other quarterbacks are Solomon Director is presenting Mary Chapman of the But: Coast of over 60.000 men and and Orlando Squadrons
i Lemons, an outstanding Southern Belles the league championship trophy tint loony National 300 wju'idrons) J Is dedicated tieaching At present \they have 43 regular PORT COMMISSIONER *

{ passer and Dan Dease, a form. for taking first place in the City's Powder Puff Soft. T.Whiprioi... No. 4 Hill Their objectives are to members and 13 charter PROVEN DEPENDA11Lli"BUSINESSMAN :
[ er Boone High School standout. ball league Southern Belles led the league from the Club establish a high standard of memhen
Team No. IS skill In handling and navliaUun i Present officers are J o s e p h "
Ends are Adolphus Jones of beginning of the season. Six teams entered compe- Bnvard _.. .
j Bethune Cookman, Jim Hill of tition,S-A Photo Brorhlll.vrvlo* ... .. FULLY QUALIFIED tt EXPERIENCED
1 Illinois Junior College and Co .
FSU ESoIds WorkoutsTo Poi Ah. raid for by M. A. Cutter



Balancing Machine At Correct Mistakes City Of Titusville .


TALLAHASSFE f AP-) .'lorl. roiuiMtlrato on getting the ball h

da Stales football Coach Bill to America candidate Fred 1 Notico Of Public Hearing ,
Peterson planned a aerie of Hlletnlkoff more than they have
Should Improve Drag Racing \been The FSU flanker back' Th. City *f Tltuivllle will held a (publlf hearing' 4Mb.Tuetday .
workouts today to eliminate KSU grabbed 11 passes. for 112 yards November 10, ,1144 *t MO a.m.. In the Council,.
mistakes made in lant Satur and the SemlnohM touchdown tf
only Room to heir Interested portent In regard t* a r.gwd

Stradley's Motor Supply received new balancing machine has cylinder engines, and Inboard racing on the day'. lll.wii to Virginia. Te<'h. in the lowing cause aguliwt a variance In setback rettrlctloni I* allow comtructlon .( ,

a machine Monday that more of a purpose than balancIng boat engines If an engine is balanced Stradley now I FSU fumbM away one Umth VPL a llnfl fimlly ,.,Id.lln.
down and had Intercepted
will probably catch the eye of engines for hotrods :I properly it can give an nearly do all two passes \ This applkitlon, h*. been made by Sherman Campbell'"
hotrodder in North Bre- "The precision balancing machine automobile up to 200,000 more setting an
every for the louHtetit t Second Avenue and ,
The Seminoles meet !Southern property it earner *
vard. can achieve the highest miles. for drag racing Slow Pilch
Mississippi Saturday night Cily I Minwell Street, MM legal. eleMrlptlon ** which III
The new machine is a $7.000 horsepower output greatest fuel In order to obtain precisionIn said it will Seminole defensive tackle
precision balancing mechanismone economy, longer component life. an engine, balancing such other two months I Frank Tennis will return to the Softball Lot 1, liNk tl, Rd at Allen lubdlvl.lon, Section .
and and make an engine run smooth the eration will J, 31 lad, erdt ,lit
of five in Florida parts as pistons piston starting line-up after mlratM Tewn.hlo n lewHt, Range tl re
made by the Stewart Warner er. rings and pins connecting rods, use. However, the last game Terry Garvin WIll Official I Reterdi o* irevard County f\\..
Company of Chicago, 111 Price Sherrill Engineer representing I connecting rod bearing and in ready being replace Max Hettatrln at end In 0,1.rii, 0 M BcntfC v*. Mir ..
Already, as the machine was Stewart Warner Com II e r t s, crankshaft, flywheel, .shop One of the a defensive, Nhthmp. I iu: rtroatoae ... raCNov. City of Tlfuivlll
work has started said the machine installed front or torsional anced II a 1965 1m .
erected Monday, pany, pulley damper I
.
Aim Tom Wart will start it .,. by Mereirtl Cooper
I'Irellt.'II. f .pll.1
on some drag racing automobiles Is one of about four or five clutch and clutch disc. owned by a local offensive tackle !In place J of Job allll Mime v.. IKC City Clerk
in this area, and other in the stale It can handle nearly The real eye catcher for drag er who plans to Not I
Mangan '
all types of engine balancing enthusiasts in this area is because T I. rrrnrv vet M.taedMt .... Wed October 2', 1144TK
upon completion. Peterson said the team will
jobs.According Knil of Ural Halt
It will _. _
to Chic Stradley, Including passenger cars mean an opportunity '- -- --- --- ---- ---

owner of the establishment, the trucks, busses, six and eight I to 'set the car up for drag I ,...... """ .. '.",'" ? 1-r.w

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"' V. 4 ,.: limousine, look the bigger, bolder lines, the elegant Interiort oil My 'luxury' car"-but /*:

'r :_ t J : 4 the price tag MV. medium-price in a wonderful' way! We've never offered 10 much that. new K .

I ;, ... f and sidling It such a practical price I TotaHy new engmeerfngl The finest riding car in itt field' 1

: I Iti z :'pi I o, s i Mere fine models. to peek from. Mere room! Longer whee/bue'/ Dig new performance from ..,11.0: 1

t ,) J. 1 high vigor V.8'sI) A choice: of roof ttytal" The finest loltdion of option (In our history' t

L .. M' AN this and mere in our Mercury for '85 and wo !invite you to Me it this week!
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DEMONSTRATES MACHINE-Price year auto mi hanics students. At the .. .
Sherill representative of Stewart. far right i is H i.. rnond Brooks, THS \

I Warner Co. demonstrates the new precision auto! rru"< i ..me. instructor and third I.":
ermine balancing: machine to a from left I n Carr Zirnmelster of Strad- "" "

group of Titusville High School I _second _icv- --, Mil'''' s"I i:PK" S.A--Photo.- ,0 .

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tusville-Eall Guile game Friday It; 4":.: ., Jj ,
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night, Frank Tomdate THS' ., ,

Assistant principal l said today I MlAerlta3nrbrl DeeW"" ...... MeeM1e 7 ;P \

The game which wifl be play Largest ...f Tr.*. PrefabrlcatUfPANNING 3Teeeee ...... ...:..- .. -.....- ....--
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4gr 1| Tltuivlll (Florida) Star-Advocate *w. Wednesday, October 21, IM4

II Niley Green Doesn't Let Things Stop Him. '
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I Blind Man Fixes Own Roof I WEST'S CUTTER Walgreen Agency DRUG



.Put yourself In his shoes 2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS *
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)- u're blind and your roof Germ'
leeks you need a new root I
; what do you do? Hire it Fighter BIG APPLE PLAZA MAGNOLIA AVE.
dene? let it leak fix It

yourself The last? of the suggestions TOOTHBRUSH TIIUSVItLE I I. R. (.
would seem the most absurd
; how can a blind man fix a Sell.\:. ,53CNe
M reserved limit
roof Right t* quantities
)Iere'. another question .
how can a blind man who is on
a"$70 month pension hire It

done So,?Niley Green,blind and faced i BUFFERIN

hflnself.Jftley with. a leaky roof, fixed it LISIERINE 98 "

Is not only a roofer but
'I.29SELLERI! 100 TABLETS .
t001 HPAStE ''''' '''''
expert gardener as well as can
1 M attested by the excellent tomatoes
he grows in a little gar- Nilty Grt n Rtptln HI. Roof I Squibb THERAGRAN SECRETDEODORANT

d4n behind his home on Osceola almost make up for their hlnj to his various plants; the 2,11 Therapeutic formula with 49c
Read. He has his own special losses. dog he trained to lead him to C ooreneyl OO'i.
method of growing tomatoes,' Niley is the same way. Even the post office and other stores VALUE P REG.t Roll On Reg. 1.00
bat: rather than a special fertilized though blind he has a subtle and safely home.
of scientific methods,it would
sense of humor. As was mentioned above, Ni
be the loving care and .
probably The blind man sought aid ley exists on a $70 month pension
toj 2i that a blind gives MICRIN
tot growing things .person. things he through the Lions Club when he and he claims his expensesrun U.OLSb'53c
cannot first began to lose his sight and about $850 monthly To supplement
see.:1Ielen through the club's extensive this income he makes MOUTHWASH Reg. 98c -
: Keller, who became program of aid to the blind! leather goods and sells them at t .
wOrld famous for the obstacles sent him to a school in Daytona his home and at the post office. Not easy to define, that
welch she overcame, once said Beach, where he was taught: To help him out, the city refunds + extra-special Friendly Courtesy
tint, although she would give among other things, leather his city taxes to him, at i. a ''" but you'll always find it BrylcrenteHAIR
adythlng to see and hear, she craft and related trades for the does the county. 6 73c
really didn't miss much in life. blind, to help him make his own But Niley will get along. Any- AT CUTTERS!
G&d had endowed her and all way in life. one who can put on a new roof Iss DRESSING Reg. 1.00
like her, who have lost their Niley has ingeniously invent. without the necessary use of
eight or their hearing, or both, ed ways to help him do things; his eyes can overcome most I wept..
wtth other senses, so extreme like strings up and down tIle any other obstacle that faces I Irregularity?
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aid so sensitive, that these rows of his garden which guide them. '.4>. BELL
SENOKOT 47c

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auras
: rich blood, now in a 145 relief coh"'p"at"nr VO-5
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1 Sizes And Price Range I WASTEBASKETS DYE FLASHBULBS

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Now On Display! I OVER 35 COLORS M

SOLD BY REGULAR 35c PACK "Blue Dot". =269 Alarm Clock
: NATIONALCHAINS Prein 25. 9 Dark Eyes luminous dial
O/SOUnd! FOR Pack of 12 12 model made by'Gilbert'
six
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ftU Ilf SHOE RACK PRo CAPACITY REG. Llf .......................... 99c C .e ..i.T

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: 3 fully tramsiiitoriied amplifiers with 40 watt total 1
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6 Golden Voices Speakers' -two 10" woofers, two 6" mid range, TRAVEL POSTERS OFFICIAL SIZE .. ,. 88e .with this light oreezy, 5 8 8
: two 3 i"tweeters. Newly developed"Audio lens" Cartridgeallows t'I eoiy-fill & clean -
: the stylus to faithfully reproduce' all the sound modell!Fojforia.._
information on the record "Feather True"Tone Arm with
diamond stylus-ao light you can drop it on records' without I JELLO MOLDS COPPERTONE ASSORTED.... ...... 3 e
causing annoying scratches LESS
$409.95 TRADE
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SCREW DRIVERS RUBBER GRIP RIG. 39c ........... llc
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SERVICE Completely Priced Ai Low Reconditioned... $29.95 r ;/, 1 MASKS' 79 cTO 98c

Over M full face rubber masks feet,hand,care,ere.
We Pledge The Best f n Stereo Values In Town WH<(
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: LIBERAL l EASY Racy red or new blue SPINWHEELS with white reflector* ere 830 GLEEM PASTE s..e. i, _........... .....,.. .....77c
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I Traffic Count Shows Patterns TOP VfllDtS IN FINE ,FOODS


Throughout North Brevard Area

III
While the heaviest trf way 50 1,510 per day
tic! count in North Brevard, II
tabulated by the State Road On Highway 50 at Indian River WED. THUR. FRI. SAT.
Department, is on U.S. 1 Just Heights 8,790 per day.
south of Garden Street, other
On
I Highway 50 west of SR 4M
traffic counts are equally Impressive.
Intersection 3M6 per day.

The Garden count was on U.S.8,850 1 just reticles southof Revival In ProgressA supplies Sugar i1 Rw r Tifusville Shopping Center

per Elsewhere day. along U.S. lID the Revival and Healing Meet Washington Ave. Tilusville
,
area, the counts were tabulatedas ing is now in progress at the
follows: Church of First Born of the
Just south of Jess Parrish Me Living God, located on Second
,. morial Hospital 11,175 per I Avenue. I'FANCY
day.Just I Elder Long, pastor, extendsan
south of the intersectionof invitation to the public to attend
U.S. 1 and State Road 44 at these services nightly. WESTERN"
Mlms-1J.J85 per day.
I Just north of the above intersection
11,390 per day STEAK "SUGAR CURED"
t Near Tltusville High School r Y
q'' 14745 per day. RE-ELECT
I Brevard Other :traffic counts In North SMOKED

Ion the causeway at the Indian f ( J
River bridge 5.830 per day \ PICNICS
j|On State Road 402 Just east of '
the intersection with the road to SHERIFF
aulover 4,815 per day. ..
tOn former State Road A1A: 1 I
.,1) at Haulover Canal 1,350 .'
I per day; ((2)) north of the Inter- !
I section of 402 860 per day: U' LEIGH(i S.WILSON'< ROUND 29c
land ((3))ao'rth of the intersection e
[of 402 1,115 per day. .
I On State Road 402 just before -
the Playallnda Beach cut i o SIRLOINo
off 3,365 per day. '

On State Road 401 just south .Lr'
of the Playallnda Beach cut-off ; T-BONE
1,145 per day.
On State Road 48 just west of
U.S. 1 3,240 per day.
On Old Dixie Highway I Just GOP CANDIDATE
south of Mims-MO per day. 59c"FACTORY
PACKED"
On Old Dixie Highway near L.
Draa Field 2,100 per day.
On Garden Street near N I d y
TRIED PROVEN
Shopping Center 4,775 per
day.On SUGAR
State Road 405 near Whispering
Hills Country dub- 7- .(Pd. Pot. Ad. by Leigh S. WII.." Campaign Tr..ur.rJ.) "CHUCK"o
610 per day.
On State Road 405 near High- SLB.,

Steak OR Roast BAG 29c ,1'-'

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warms in.. cools inWINTER 39'I Order Plan'


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"TENDER CHICK" FLA. or GA. WHOLEnRYERS

YEAR-ROUND COMFORT WITH


Reverse-cycle Electric AirconditioningSAFEST "FOREMOST"

ALL FLA'IORS
CLEANEST NOW CHEAPEST TOO!

c'Rever Lb29c 1 ICE

cycle central and window models this comfort. So, Join the hundreds of
now cost little more than straight cooling thousands of Floridians already enjoying
unit&So the heating feature practically this truly modern double blessing.See your 01X11" SLICED MIAKFAST MILK
a free bonus! And the recent $10 million appliance dealer or air conditioning con BACON Ibe 39c
electric rate reduction(our 4th major price tractor today . . . .
,
cut in 10 years)make year-round electricair "TARNOW ALL MIAT
conditioning the biggest bargain ever. \WIENERS 3 :sa: 99C c .
You save apace and the extra coat of I. . . 39 .
separate heating and cooling systems,since "VIRGINIA ITYLI" SMOKED 29C GAL
unit does both. Need UI Ib.
compact
one flues or vents. You just dial for cool com no BACON . . . .
fort in summer and cozy warmth in winter. Ib r "CORDONS" ,
N
It's the safest by far,because 59C
round electric air way conditioning 11 flame year us POTATO CHIPS. -

]ese and fumeleaa.No constantly burning III IINCI Ju .

FlameJese pilot Your flam whole electricity house create stays cleaner no by-prod, too. less II '-FRUITS;1 .VEGETABLES!

nets of combuation..no smoke,soot,fuel '
grime, or odors. You'll save on cleaning JONATHAN SCHOOL BOY
and cut re-decorating expense. r+
Electric Air Conditioner have been I I ZEBCO
drastically reduced in price,over the last M APPLES 4 Llo1AG25c ROD & REEL $595COLDEN

several yean. Now everyone can afford II
wall N" NNNMNSIMS
7THaua+oe prig paid perrnid.naalAiZowan 1toIIr.1J.w RIPEBANANAS LADIES I

)Lv Now cheaper than ever to
; tlar;{ LB 10c
'M 1)<;'''. ALL-ELECTRIC RUBBER SOLE
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flamele .!. L ...!Mn b nil K in comblnitloi ;KRAFT FRESH FLATS

with flams-typs lusts
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Kag. U '. Tltuivllle (Florida) Star-Advocd. <**..* Wedneiday, October 21,141
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Nilcy Green Doesn't Let Things Stop Him. "Dr. '


I Blind Man Fixes Own Roof I WEST'S CUTTER Walgreen Agency DRUG


Put yourself In his shoes .
2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS *
)' u're blind and your roof Germ'
need a new roof
leaks you
: what do you do? Hire( It Fighter BIG APPLE PLAZA MAGNOLIA AYE.I. .
done? let it leak? fix It

yourself The last? of the suggestions TOOTHBRUSH TITUSVIILE I I. R. C.
All nylon
would seem the most absurd
-how can a blind man fix a brdhalNe .53C _
roofJtere's Seller. .......... _> Right reserved fe> limit quantities.
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another question
how can a blind man who Is on
.;$70 month pension hire It /Iib\/'W1
done?
2 o, Niley Green,blind and faced BUFFERIN 981
hgnself.fJiley with. a leaky roof, fixed it

Is not only a roofer but TOOTHPASTE '1.2? SELLER! 100 TABLETS ....... ....
expert gardener as well as can
\4 attested by the excellent tomatoes
Crtin Rtpalri Hit Roof I THERAGRAN
Nilty
he grows In a little gar.din Squibb SECRET
behind his home on Osceola almost make up for their him to his various plants; the 2.6. Therapeutic formula with 'I49c
Read. He has his own special losses. I dog he trained to lead him to VALUE 99c t oottneyl I Pi's
DEODORANT Roll On
ml=thod of growing tomatoes, Niley is the same way. Even, the post office and other stores REG. Reg.
bit rather than a special fertilized though blind he has a subtle' and safely home. 7.45
ol scientific methods, it would '
of humor. Ni
sense As was mentioned above
be the loving care and
probably
The blind man sought aid ley exists on a $70 month pen. MICRIN
toldh that a blind gives
things .person. things he through the Lions Club when he soon and he claims his expensesrun u.o..Sh'53c
W growing
first began to lose his sight and about $850 monthly To supplement -
cannot see.Helen through the club's extensive this income he makes, MOUTHWASH -Reg. 98c-
Keller, who became program of aid to the blind, leather goods and sells them nt that
WOrld famous for the obstacles sent him to a school In Daytona his home and at the post office. Not easy to define
w lch she overcame, once said Beach where he was taught, To help him out, the city refunds extra-special Friendly Courtesy
that although she would give among other things leather his city taxes to him atdoes ; but you'll always find it BrylcrenteHAIR
anything to see and hear, she craft and related trades for the the county. 73C
really didn't-miss much In life. blind, to help him make his own But Nlley will get along. Any- AT CUTTERS!
G&d had endowed her and all way In life. one who can put on a new roof { DRESSING Reg. 1.00
like her, who have lost their Nlley has Ingeniously invented without the necessary use of -
sight or their hearing or both, ways to help him do things; I his eyes can overcome moat ,<
with other senses, so extreme like strings up and down the i any other obstacle that faces ;. Irregularity?
and_so sensitive, that these rows of his garden which guide them. --- < PRELLSHAMPOO
With Iron, Vitaminssss.sII SENOKOTr 47C

Jf. Jf. )f. Jf. )f. }(. }(. TONIC ..rS.uokbt II Regular 60c

Suro A --ricss -
Helps build energy 4 45 gentle 'LI.IS
rich blood, now In anew I __ relief 149 COlsnrnrenu"nv VO-5
See Complete Selection flWorj 10-ox.. .... | 30'.. ._ :"... .- 88
I tha Pod TMO Tollarle., lm ab Billfolds.Clock W.,cli.....nd;ewtrrr Ii!!!! -- I HAIR SPRAY Reg. I.3S .

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1965 Motorola STEREOS In All DECORATOR STYLE PUTNAM SYLVANIA


Sizes And Price Range i WASTEBASKETS DYE FLASHBULBS

DISOLVABLE PACK

:: Now On Display! OVER 35 COLORS e,.

SOLD BY REGULAR 3Sc PACK "Blue Dot". =269 Alarm Clock
NATIONALCHAINS Press 25. Z 9 Dark Eyes luminous dial
six feet 0/soon FOR Pack$ 411 of 12 1 model made by'Gilbert'

AT CUTTERS 88c 49 4 PACKS $| <00 Seller' 219

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t_:.. fj, I j, j I 'I If: Y
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MOTOROLA PHILLIPS MAGNESIA TABS REG. 69a ........................ Sac



: 0@10[ L Jffi Jg.[ SHOE RACK PRo CAPACITY REG. 1.1' ......................... 9ge

Dial Correct Heatl

: STEREOContemporary 0 SODA ASH FOR SWIM POOLS .... '" .. .. .... .. .. 5 LIS. 1 100
STEAM and

styling in a magnificent

all-wood cabinet h hh hr hy WALL THERMOMETERS >INDOOR OUTDOOR .. .... 79c UP DRY IRON
: 3 fully IrannUtorUfd amplifiers with 40\ watt total h
: Instantaneous peak power output. 20 watts total muse, power. Ironing'i oreezy
6 Golden Voice Spraktra-two 10" woofrn, two 6" mid range, TRAVEL POSTERS OFFICIAL SIZE .. .. . .... ..... 88c with this light 5 8 8
; two 3)J" twtrtrn. Newly developed "Audio l...na" Cartridge easy-fill l t> clean _
'. allowa the stylus to faithfully reproduce' all the round model!Fostoriq./ _.
information on the record. "Fr/athrr Trac" Tone Arm with f1A
diamond atylui-ao light you can drop it on records without JELLO MOLDS COPPERTONE- ASSORTED .... ... .. .. .. .. .. QjC
cau inglnnoyinglrntchNi. LlLISS
fte L
lnoludlnl +t-InPM/AM adPM-.'....Rid I..M."lIItiIA $409. TRADE-IN

SCREWDRIVERS RUBBER GRIP REG. sic ... ............. 17c
_. OHE-A-DAY
-

1000 PAT.PfND. MILK CHOCOLATE OLD FASHION, BROKENLBB. ?7c C'( .? Multiple (Brand)
.I
dales OR YOUR VITAMINS

TRADE DOWN- IN HALLOWEEN TREATS MASKS CARDS ETC. T..:T|Eoiy,pleasant la take.ci4 .

fitly AnwIoM ttyllng.In 72*all w..d Bottle
eiblMt.MMfxota fully I IttnuMMind implidtn Soli SUM,C SIMM Golden with Vowt 3* FIRST PM T. YOU ARE LOSING MONEYIF .4 1 98100's
SpMkm."Audio Lena*Cwttldg and LESS
"Pnnth.rTrac"Ton.MoM*Arm..KIIIA Built-in: I "$4SUs'TRADE.IN"" nil LIBERAL FEB. 1stPM..rtdIO. 298'f WE ARE NOT FILLING YOUR PRESCRIPTION!

SPECIAL Reg. 194

ADULT STYLE
I USED: TV SETS
rut Expert DriveInTV '

SERVICE Completely Priced As Low Reconditioned..* $29.95 ;/, k 'DISGUISE'1 MASKS' 79' 98

Over M full face rubber masks; fed,hands,oars etc.

: : We Pledge The Best ScLfl Stereo Values In Town WH


.: :I.I LIBERAL EASY Crazy red Racy or!new blue Letet SPINWHEELS with thug white for reflector bikesl ere 83C GLEEM'PATE s:i__.... .. .._ ..77"
spirals l l They tptn' a wrxrl of
: : TRADEIN PAYMENT OiJtxy color! They. five your bike. .
tookl SPIN. MENNEN Skin Bracer 7Oi.Siie. 110
cer"
4 I + TERMS the "sports i
..
: WHEELS* also" Hght up your' \ 4sCUTICURA
bike at night' by reflecting car
I headlights your bike whorls

.I fed warn become drivers big "bright. spots"keep you to ALKA-SELTZER :: P c k .....,............98C
: "EVERYTHING IN HOME APPLIANCES AND TELEVISION" afe. "Can't-Rutt" aluminum SOAP

2300 S. Washington Ave. pokes SPINWHEELS, save your protect clothes your. ROMILAR CF Cough 159 Elective,medicated to
EVERY (U.S. Hgwy 1)) fit bike in a Formula Ir.fl.l..
any -
: OPEN EVEN() 4 Blecks South el ,L::2 67.4 1l' 07 I j.f1'I"'VII '' SPlNsationail promote health of skin.35C .
_ Howard Jehnten Greatest thing /for bikes smce BODY
wheels were Invented) Get your BEN-GAY ..or
:iC iC 11I'\'\ J; ;J:: ,V 'tO'\ HUM off SPINWHEELS to the gang now today-show" 'em RUB OnginoL J-ou 169



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,October M. 1M4 Tltw.vllU (Florid.) St.r-A4vcto Pi|. TT


Traffic Count Shows Patterns TOP VA1UIS IN FINE FOODS

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Throughout North. Brevard AreaWhile 101 ,

the heaviest truffle way 50 1.S10 per day.

tabulated count in by North the/State Brevard Road, u On Highway 50 at Indian River WED. THUR. FRI. SAT.

Department, is on U.S. 1 Just Heights 3,790 per day.
south of Garden Street, other
On 50
Highway west of SR 485
traffic counts are equally impressive.
Intersection 3,365 per day. '

of The Garden count was on U.S.25,950 1 just vehicles south Revival In ProgressA supplies Sugar Tilusville Shopping Center

per day. l Washington Ave. Tilusville
Elsewhere along U.S. 1 in the Revival and Healing Meets
area, the counts were tabulated big is now in progress at the
u follows: Church of First Born of the
Memorial Living God, located on Second
Just south of Jess Parrish 1'
Avenue.
Hospital 11,875 per
Elder Long, pastor, extendsan
day.Just lOuth of the intersection invitation to the public to attend
of U.S. 1 and State Road 46 at these services nightly. FANCY WESTERN"
Vims-U.385 per day.
{ Just north of the above in- I
I tersection 11,390 per day. STEAK "SUGAR CURED"
I Near Titusville High School- : -
: 14.745 per day. RE-ELECT
SMOKED
. S Other traffic counts in North i
Brevard: .
I J
iOn the causeway at the Indian .
, Slver bridge 5.830 per day M PICNICS
I On State Road 402 Just east of :
\ the intersection with the road to J SHERIFF
\1 Kaulover-4,115 per day. ..
.._IOn former State Road AlA: f y I
l at Haulover Canal 1,330 :
|( ) i
'per day; (2) north of the Inter- t 29co
section of 402 860 per day; 1i LEIGH S. ROUND lB.
. ,and (3)with of the intersection
.\" 4023,195 per day.
, \I/1II'rtof': On State Road 402 Just be- :
:. the Playallnda Beach cut- SIRLOIN
!, Off J.365 per day.

On State Road 401 just south .T WILSONGOP T-BONE
of the Playallnda Beach cut-off
1,145 per day.
On State Road 46 just west of
U.S. I 3,240 per day.
On Old Dixie Highway j Just CANDIDATE i
south of Mlms-940 per day. iI 59c"CHUCK"
"FACTORY PACKED"
On Old Dixie Highway near i I L13.
Draa Field 2,100 per day.
On Garden Street near N I d y PROVEN
TRIED
Shopping Center 4,775 per :
SUGAR
day.On !
State Road 405 near Whispering i I
Hills Country Club- 7610 ,- .(Pd. Pol. Ad. by leIgh S. Wilson C.mp.lgn Trtiwrr)..
per day. S LB..
On State Road 405 near High.' II I 29C
I BAG
Steak Roast
I o OR ,


(limits$1.r M.LlII.,.With P..dOrdn Veer

warms in cools inWINTER 3 9 C Pluu)
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, rrI "TENDER CHICK" FLA. or GA.WHOLE
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: YEAR-ROUND COMFORT WITH

1 Reverse-cycle Electric Air-conditioning FRYERSLB. FOREM09T"

4 ALL FLA'fORS
SAFEST CLEANEST NOW CHEAPEST TOOl!
) 29 ICE


I Reverse-cycle: central and window models this comfort. So, join the hundreds of .
I' now cost little more than straight cooling thousands of Floridians already enjoyingthis "01X11"ILICID' AK'AT MILK
I t' units.So the heating feature is practically truly modern double b1e inl.See your 39'TARNOW' C
I r a free bonus! And the recent $10 million appliance dealer or air conditioning con-: BACON . . . Ib.
i
t: electric rate reduction(our 4th major price tractor today.
ALL MIAT
cut in 10 years)makes year-round electric 99e,
air conditioning the biggest bargain ever. INii WIENERS . .3 PKGS.: : 3 9 c .'
t You save space and the extra cost of "VIRGINIA 1TYLI" SMOKED GAL ,
separate heating and cooling systems,since 29C

one compact: unit does both. Needs no BACON . . . lb. .'
\ flues or vents. You just dial for cool comfort fat ,
n;, in summer and cozy warmth)in winter. Or "COI DONS"POTATO

... It's the safest way by far,because year. IleIN (CHIPS w 59c"FRUITS
round electric air conditioning is flame
I less and fumeleas.No constantly: burning SINCE
pilot flame. 1161 "VEGETABLIS
Your whole house stays cleaner, too. M
Flamelesa electricity creates no byproducts .
of combustion..no smoke,soot,fuel N \
grime, or odors. You'll lave on cleaning JONATHAN SCHOOL BOY

and Electric cut redecorating Air Conditioners expenses.have been N II A ZEBCO $ C95
-25e
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drastically reduced in price,over the last MN APPLES LB. ROD & REEL J
several yean. Now everyone can afford
IMMMMUMMMNMMM
*Tin avtnftpria paid per reaidmtialhilouoaboe,. GOLDEN RIPE LADIESBANANAS I

)Lv Now cheaper than ever to 10
144Iro 14ar; '''' 18. RUBBER SOLEFLATS
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Ff GO ALL-ELECTRIC

f1f1? .! .t ...thin to user it In combinationwith KRAFT FRESHORANGE

flam/-typl fuils.FLORIDA ,,_ PRo 99I

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Pot II Tltuivlllo/ (Florida' ) 't..A..n..t.. Wodnotdar, October M, 1K4 II .11

IXCHKARB IRIFriltO DCCKKASI TAXXI

I 30 New Books Received At Public Library I ELECT WANTED

William H. (Bill) (lark Church OrganistFor

Thirty new books have just Plants" by Johannes Van Over- rates, Indians and Spainards" Barn Houman; "Lonely Valley"
been added at the Titusvilte beak; "Death of the Thresher"by by James W. Covington and A. by Nancwy MacDougall Kennedy FOE The
public Library announces Mrs. Norman Polmer; "The F. Falcones; "Anniversary" by ; "Economics" by Albert
I Jean Swidzinskl, librarian; Including Hypocritical American: An Essay Elizabeth Corbett; "A Captive Alexander; "Nobel: the Man Canaveral Port AuthorityHBPCBMCAW INDIAN RIVER CITY METHODIST CHURCH
: on Sex Attitudes In Amerl- :In the Land" by James Aid- and his Prizes" by H. Schuck; XOTEMBBM t
ca" by James Collier; ridge; "The Fourth of Forever"by "The Painter and his Techniques !- Ploiw call AM 7-687X AM r-3765. AM M887
Juvenile I PoL AdT. Pa. Tor By William H. Clark
Bill S.
"Holiday Hobbycraft" by WU- Ballinger; : William Thon" by AlanD.
"Mold Hana Lives in Hawaii" I lard and Elma Waltner; "Pt.RDIES'. "Last Chance Valley" by Wll- Gruskln.'laapttyLcemplete.

by Eugene Soderberg; "Tongue
Tanglers" by Charles Francis

'Potter Moon"; by"Mike Donald Mars A.Around Wollhelm Gandhi the; mem31 'I( t<'tt.t-'Shp 1j .fie Vutg s-t RSAVINGS&:. i /H.'tI..t-toShp1j utr.EcJwtDultjSMuf I UJ I I1iI

The True Story of : -
pOll *
man of peace" by Reginald eVERYTMINp I7JP

:Reynolds; "Project Gemini"by L.r.I'l: .
Irwin Stambler; i FREE FILM PRINTS
"Volcanoes In Action: science _82ko _
_
and legend" by Lynn and Gray 2 for l' PLUS -
Eckerd'i year "Trick or Treat" baadqaartari foil: year.Yeah J
Poole; "The Yellow Shoes" by find a tinge teltctlen *f luelvlb'uery wropstd candy R FREE EASTMAN FILM eYes
William R. Graydon; "GravityAll M well ai complete cettwnei, make-up kite, ma k a, etc AM'I
Around" by Tlllie S. Pine '. 'at Eckerd'i low Low Price 1 1CM i / a free Mt of print with overt roB of fUm
and Joseph Levine; "Mike Marsat I h$ developed, Kodocolor w block end wilt*-Today
Cape Canaveral" by DonaldA. (: CLARK CANDY BARS DUM-DUM LOLLIPOPS : I and 1d.,1Wh. ,
trick developed film, (a*
yea op year yes
l./1
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Wollhelm; "Mystery on Mai- $ (p. S* Bars,pack.ViLoeef20 ockacjO of 40 .. buy **a roll of Eottman film and w* wll give! you
ina Straits" by Elsa Pederson; -$1.00 69' Mited flavor*_. 59' 8. SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY ... roll free Kodacoler or flack and Mitt-
"Young Teens Talk It Over" gVahi.. bargain at 741 Today and Everyday!

by Mary Beery; "Kelpie, a / Swill's .
Shetland Pony" by MargaretS. W HALLOWEEN KIDDIE CANDIES MARS JUNIOR BARS SHERBET I tM plot G..3 far 49, ROSS PORTABLE TRANSISTOR
Johnson; "Hurry, Skurry and Ml 1...
77} Jamba UO PIeces leg flavor
Flurry" by Mary and Conrad Z% -....t.d f levers 59 to asserted brboroal c- 49'i TAPE RECORDER

Buff; "Jeanle-Marle In GayParts" ten -S baro.olo.of74* a at Ifc i Otll MUM DEODORANT "::::nr J cream ..,... ...,.-, ,
Jay
by Francolce; "The 43 ... .. .
its 1M b 4. w.. ,..
Blind Men and the Elephant"by f'HALLOWEEN TAFFY JUMBO BAG of TWISTS limit 11) ......... .IeN.. plry ;

Paul Galdone. k toJJllmbtlil..:, ,. II's- A A' Hard seedy li 59C N.qh mentor.-., s..lxy Mt''Ilk. *wad. rke. .'.... .' ,I I ..
escorted flavor lltA twists s.arg *l ) : '"loan ooVir.MM 1"r
Adult Eft'a*- .. g It 14.j SOFTIQUE Bath Oil e* 79* d"Min"at saw Mb pro.-( ,,
\ a bargain at
4 11251in :1
\ cc MI I e-M Vwk :
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"Double Vision: American Jf Limit II ekla wad lyttM, 2/.- V
thoughts abroad" by John HALLOWEEN In .p.shoe ad. ttmifitIle.
COMPLETE .
reel Ftw ra4
by
Knowles; "The Shell Guide toBritain" Foot ball Season Special! I Hn4u4 fMiNflrt k*. li
by Geoffrey Boumphrey j rI1 m. HAllOWEEN B FACEr UPJOHN UNICAPS -Ap$3.11; : 7 ral sad 1 :.r.c :: ...' ',
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; "The Lore of Living COSTUMES l1Jf ; (Limit 1) StadiumSeat I' ....
MASKS ''''' '''''''
(W nlMmt, ...
... ..... ..,. ).tf1.i NNw.wnoA
? Iwaa.u.nae-hOl'.oIl.I .C.rp.fer.the Ilrhsad......Nfl,.... A I.. p.wl. hull-sari of ryw i. ... MINIT-RUB '" '. -li1' $1,49 89' BARGAIN
I,.. P_.. i.ll.p .elrI., Mw ay-s..4"" .., ghw.. sin (emit ) TMi" Pew. high.. Cjoaltty loprIse
Scully Assoc.Purchases 1 ...". ........... ale. duos. C..,_ ehwe .....1 itadlofH w 1488
1 f.,I ,....101..... .,-c...._ teat featurecontoured AT M7.95UNIVERSAL 0]
{ J rh... "Ic." Annliirl- New M* thoi.td plywood "bank
1 Oc 25cTRICK Super :SPRAT: : 79' red with .
Wood (;p to I.L$1,199 It foam teat upbobiand and back our pet*, 11

99 to 198 I merle .,,1., I.*i|*<; BETTINA DELUXE

Recent Dr TREAT lAG TONI! PERMANENT m: I1. clamp lib-foldi baked compactly enamel fill fe,

Company ti FACE MAKEUP KIT Car plaue ;'I""; .; 29t : : IL ,, easy carrying. : HAIR DRYER

......_ d.......,.. While' They
1 trw .1" -.1.11 Lan
Inc., owned II 4 4 : The original bat box hair I I
Scully Associates
1
Wwf .
WILKINSON 0tedtaarbl.de471Pkqg ::Jl
by a group of Florida business. :,'.'.If' ;:.,'s........lor II 5a5 29 SUPER PUMPKIN .. ( ) VALUE$4.95 3 dryer-1.awNful twill OiarJ v styled cat with"mil |
has
men acquired controlling .
...." ...... M length tipper .largo
Interest truck in one equipment of the state'slargest and INfLATABLE BLACK CAT :::\of''": :T' BROWNIE General Electric "boiffont heed, end Npsidre ..
.. boat edicts.AT
heavy machinery dealership ',1' L... d.....".. t.,. 99tpnl.ll: : d wl.s .I STEAM & DRY .11I..
firms, which serves Brevard 1Av N4.eI...,..,kl. FIESTACAMERA
98
and 22 other counties In South -Hell._. Sp..1.11 SHIIIII wo COMPARE t

and West Florida. #O : '.: .... OUTFIT tt lr+ra ? 29.95 228.8

Scully Associates has acquired I".. .-. !' ,,..,. .,"." .6.. ... Cempict Outfit ab
\ v \ .s Include
the Tom Wood Equipment Camera Flash --I.......8N
Company In Miami and Tarn Film'' Bulb, BitttrUi ...:= ; ,PC.. PROFESSIONAL
pa, serving 60 per cent of thestate's and Neck Strap. Q t.arn4.- HAIR CLIPPER SET ,4this

It Is headed population.by former Miami BULKY I Comptr s.apkte ...NI will
777 ,. ,.
ThU $14.95
ORLONwl 'a yen In. sod .s-
and Coral Gables Man
City
y I II PrIM 99g ari I h.d high rp d slip. ill
ager Ira F, (Dutch) Willard, / L N' 1 VALUE MM. rakkwftMki iNrd, e.p.lo /1/
,
now in the banking business, 'tw .I bla.dap..mb bath (IInab.
4 f.r.d ..al ..huraIwb 1
and Charles of MGS Goldstein Investments, ,president Mi to ...L.er.Ln-. SCARF 1 KODAK INST AMA TIC 100 OUTFIT T ADJUSTABLETV tl..w C.ab ad I rs. 4.'

N ILLS.MEN'S

ami.Goldstein, a Miami native Is a/ RDy .. latent leading camera for TABLE $8.95 53!
SALE -
president of Scully Associateswith ALUMINUM 8001Mcke perfect black aid_white or VALUE
color ladoonor
Wlllard as chairman of picture
Parle In- ket coffee, eat-day or Right -
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the board. Wlllard Is an officer STRIPED ... ... .
spring Styl.a grevIe Complete oaHIt 'Include! HANGING GARDEN I !
and director of the Key Biscayne ij: CARDIGANS .f C N.w.at I L. laitamatl 100 Comer
Bank and former president /a.",raw, wltk cord.COMPARE. iii with. bttllMn flab, battar slash a..la"N
I FLOWER BASKET
.. of the City National Bank 1004 OIMCadl.w.. PatternsC .lot, flashbulb, sod laitaatloading n.ha
Full Sire .
1 1bl.
of Coral Gables. .. Hand Printed 177 NedCr all r.rwdy adome Designed for M* at a bang. I
Willard also heads the Wood I I salp.e- AT $$2.89roT I wlC lag flower basket or ceater
firm as president with Tom hna .. latent $17.951188VALUE piece for fruit or flowon h
Wood, a South Florida truck aa.ndC. Cetera whealsntheNrpS' } any room et the bees- at
S sated celon with brass bal* ,
equipment dealer since 1933, as ..,.. Cnme.nThis. lacletfed .
chairman of the board. .lull. COMPARE vWclili

The such company lines as is Gar distributorfor Wood 349 hits 49C 5x7 KODACOLOR ENLARGEMENT 4.49 AT 244, VALUE5CELL ,,.00 79

(load-packers, trash collecting
equipment, dump bodies l Jumbo 5i7 Kedaeetor tnlar tmcnt from CHROME
LADIES' & MEN'S RAINCOATS
cranes lifts, etc), Wayne (street
I your favorite n* atv*, mounted In aitraoIvt : C I
sweepers brush chippers and Pint quality r extra lightra 9 9 FLASHLIGHT
golf carts), Blue Bird (bus bod. welant fleilble, waterproof : whIt. plastic from with flcxlglau .1

les), McCabe-Powers (truck *"*I* vlayl.ralncoaM Coin.plot. COFFEE i window- Comport at $1.9,.
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bodies) and various other related \ with handy. packettarryltiq / I i If Iftt"EA
lines. cat '". ., h D las.add eoNr.ntnls b.--

As a municipal manager for $1.00 w d "SOUPINSTANT. I SPORTMAN'S 4 ?CICI
12 years Willard has purchas a 69C 1" ,
ed, rated and used the mun VALUE b a CHARCOAL
Iclpal equipment which the DIP HEATER I*;. NYLON CARRY-ALL BAG '
FLMN.1h 1W
firm sells. In addition to the GENERAL GRILL Pall U grh ilpparod aytoaafl
ELECTRIC HEATER .
Miami and Coral Gables' post, k| -v AC eM_ pvfpoM utility or gym
Willard served as city managerat ...., H.1 I.. IelM. wlieie eeertwM tttft ved er soil g Rl Made of heavy feuio I beg r waterproof and
Hopewell and Alexandria, ,lael ...11.. ( fi.. o hi .1 l_ M I M ye. wont to knew wkot'i bltlnq. where they're biting and durable RI.lron. Cem.pletely washable .. Com-1.
IMMCOMPARE I
? $4.92.IL
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"'-It. non.Mind portable with par
what eok for free
Va.The they're biting an year copy of Capt. Fish.render' -
Tom Wood Company "w. Weekly In rh Tckl I rectal ball for easy ur.888 *
... _. Fltliina Tip Dept. at oil your
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plans to expand Its sales areas .wshin..n 33Aluminum Ickerd Ona Store*. "tying .
:: and widen the market from ......If MMrrt
.. PRICE! IL
municipal sales to general .... SHAKESPEARE FEURER saes. 209
; truck and heavy equipment ri"JI alg 1 m. .rillfn
.. sales both In Florida and the LAI1IttS: SPINCAST OUTFIT SPINNING OUTFIT
Caribbean. The firm to Lta :
expects ..
augment Its dealerships with I #1771 Skakeipeara iplacait #411 rearer iplnntng real with !;:, ,. ;:
new truck equipment lines. 2488 red filled wltk. Ha* and 4Vift.ipiacatt 2 speak aad #204 Garcia $.f. .:. ;.::
Scully Associates maintains rod with metal. ba dk. (pinning ,..4$4&.50 r.t. ':f'. -:', t... : ; FRAMELESS I :

offices in the First National t :,.:t .!. .' ..::r, '
Bank Building Miami. $13.90 939 DOOR '
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New Adventure In latino M.1.1 641, be.d a.lyd..laid I RayonVISCOSE
Await You At e.elpl.Mly AMBASSADEUR
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p fig Mi door don ,
The FLOTILLAINN tit Mill W Mt UN CASTING OUTFIT .... /II I
FISHING HOOKS ta 1.-1. a I. cryatol
Aluminum Folding M 30da. leg r at- I 1/ M\\ 1h
sorted shape. K0% hi*. door dlitorticai frt ,
",.':- e ..#le r... #1050 Garcia Ambanodearcaitrao. la* of 10 astorttd blastedHeads ory vhce.e with safety complete. with pits:1::1
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BED reel f 022Splncatt
...' At South Laic end Heddo # foam robber backlog-as. Ik rip for baaglag.MJf I
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: lad lest from a wide choice of
T EVERY NIGHT A--- M".n- MtVf f colen.
I *,....1..1!_I .u.u"l $32.95 If 95 REG. 15

: SMORG A STYLE JIMS VALUE 158.8: .a.....-. le. 10" LISTcu0s 25c I $2.98 198VALUE I VALUE 299I '

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111-27S ft frontage on VS.

No. 1, perfect location for

;erv. a copy tbereof vpea tb* DT THE CIRCUIT COURT OF trailer park. Priced only

QURT, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF II* THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ..tUrf... Plalatttr AHorneya.wkoM Ii. THE CIRCUIT QOURT c8l. THE 7,500. Terms to reliable
IN TH RCU1T YMB NINTH JWHSAL fJNID iC tsvrlD Publlcatloa
and
THB NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Dime eddreee I* CUIT
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN AND FOR BRBVARD IN AND FOR BREVARD Croftoa Brewer HolI..... Mn CUlT. IN AND FOR BItEVARDCOUNTY COUNTY, FLORIDALAW WANT AD RATER purchaser.: _. _
FLORIDA IJ* AND FOR BRII. FLORIDA COUNTY FLORIDAIN Palm Avenue. Tltuevtll. Florida' FLORIDA. DEADLINE I p... Day Before -
YARD COUl'fTT.It.' COUNTY CHANCERY NO. 2114114 CHANCERY not later than November 21 1 84. LAW NO. 7401NOTICII NO. 747S KIM Publication for Wad. 113-17 acres heavy producing
NOTICE OF ROLE
NOTICE TO AfPEABAIII NO. 21t* If you t.1I0 do eo. a Decree OF RULE JIIIII STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT Frt 11 A.M. Bat For MOB. grove with beautifully -
APPEAR Pro Confeeeo will be entered again- STATE ROAD DEPARTMENTOF S tent word
nKFRNnJIMMIS NOTICE TO per two story
SNOW ORDER TO .
BHERREL RBXVE8.: BY ft-BI-ICATIOI) ) t .you for the relief demanded lathe FLORIDA aa Agency of the Minimum Charge 80*
CITY OF COCOA BEACH of Br.-a Plaintiff. JACK R. COUR8HON. a* NornInee complaint. 'Thl suit la to for*. Slat of Florida. Stats of Florida Petitioner ALL CLASSIFIED ADO home. Located close to
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munlclpelltr ot In Florid the County, v. of the Trueteee of FIRST Moss a mortgage. The real prop PUtloar .,. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE city limitf. City water

yard. Slat RUTH ANN REKVES MORTGAGE INVESTORS; a rty proceeded against lot Y. FRED 1C. SHELDON .t al.Defendant. Bogart Established: Account and sewers available. This
P.UUoaet.'a Lot IJ D. ABROMBT t 1.
Defendant Massachusetts 1Iu.I.... trust.FialnUff ef PORTMALAhAR A. ,
I ooNf;. TWO according I Defendant. *. Classified Dlaplay Rat.Avallabl. large estate can be yours
ANN REEVES:
RUTH '
TOl NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN
defendant to the Plat thereof re- NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN oa RequeatTb with 29% down sod balance -
STATE OF FLORIDA and tb. LUCILLE o. "DAWKINB and corded In Plat Book 18 at PROCEEDING, PROCEEDING: Btar-Advocat reeerve
Property Owner adCli. Reildence unknown .. of IN NAME AND BY THE IN THB NAME AND BT THE 10 yra.120Approx. ,,,,,.,,,
T..p.y.r. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat _. her buiband. If any: *t a I, Page th Public :Record THE the privilege of reviling or rejecting
.... of the City of Cocoa for divorce has Dot.nd.lIlITOI of Brevard County, Florida. AUTHORITY OF THB BTATB AUTHORITY OF THB: STATE 01'I'LORIDA aay advertisementwhich
:Be ch. Including non-r..ld.nuewnlni complaint la the Circuit LUCILLE O. DAWKINS and WITNESS my band and neal OF FLORIDA It deem objectloneble 9 acres off
property aubjeet too- been Court filed axalnet of th* you Ninth Judicial _, ber huenind If any, of Mid Court at Tlluivllle, Bre TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN TO ALL and WHOM IT MAY CON.CBRN and- and t. change the olaaelflcatlon Carpenter Road near South

atlon therein Circuit la and for Breverd County.Florida (RESIDENCE UNKNOWN) yard County, Florida thl* SOU and to.1I perion sod \o.U pertoni of any advertisement t..omb.t acre with
parties having or claiming any Lake. $4400 per
TReipaadeala
SHBR- and day of October M4. partial claiming or having anyright ordered to aonform to the policy -
entitled 11M Mill
TO TH8 BTATB OF FLORIDA REL REBVES: plaintiff VI. RUTH Each and all unknown per.Sons CURTIS R. BARNES tItle Inter*!. *etate, mortgage right, title, Imereet, aetat. mortgaga of thl paper. 29%" down balance over 5
other lI.a0 la tbs
ATTORNEY defendant Clerk of th* Circuit Court other Hen to or on (hoes or or .
THROUGH THE iTATB ANN REEVES: defendant and you partisu) and or parcel of land hereinafter de > Tb. ttar-Advocata will not years. _
NINTH tbrounh. under Breverd County. Florida certain parcel of land hereinafter
THE claim bv.
FOR are" required to son.. a copy ot who orlbd and tb. following peraona, be reiponilbl. for more than
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF SAID th or agaInst tbe aforeuldLUCILLB BY! V. S. BpanglarDeputy deecrlbed and tOo following perSons will this 10
your .wet or pleidln to together with all unknown pereooe one Incorrect laiertloa nor 127-Be first to see
STATE THB SEVERAL PROPERTY attorney O. DAWKINS CI..ICCOURT together with all unknown It be liable for laadvertlaemeaU
complaint on the plaintiff claiming by. through or under any error located close to the
husband ( BEAD claiming by through or acres
OWNERS, TAXPAYERS Ml and -. bar pereon
AND CITIZENS OF THE CITY Babcock., R088ETTER Street, P. O.*Box POB 1075 If any whither aa IROUICB, Oct. n. 2S, Nov. .. U (Wed) U64.IK under known neraon who are. ':::'W'k"o''o;:: t.are b*dead dead or or tent thaa tb. coot to a of greater tb. Space u. new 195. Priced only $10-

OF COCOA BEACH FLORIDA Eau Oellle, Florida and flu* th* heirs' devleeee, grantee, ..- dead or who a,. not knows to .lIv.. occupied by tb. Item la th.advertleement. 000 for quick sale.
NON-RESIDENTS Ilinori. creditor, be dead or allvel: ,,
INCLUDING original answer or pleading la th. Igneea THE CIRCUIT COURT. SECTION T0220-2401 STATE .
OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT ,' office of the Clerk ot the Circuit trusties or otherwise a* to NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OPFLORIDA SECTION 70220-J40J STATEROAD ROAD ( 11-11&1) BREVARD All Department 163-10 acres in Indian River -
TO TAXATION THEREIN Court before th. 16th day of oacb and all ot whom reeldenoe IN AND U-M BREVARD COUNTY
on or FOR BRB: COUNTY NAMES ADDRESSES 1100 Hopkln Ava.Dial west of
AND ALL OTHBRS HAVING OR November. 1M4. I I. unknown; VAlID COUNTY NAMES ADDREK8ES Cocoa Inc. Park located

CLAIMING ANY RIGHT TITLE If you fall to do *o. Judgment and IN CHANCERY CASK NO.W4B3 Edward K. Zones Building, TrueteeWaahlngton c/o Samuel J. Fooianef, President Once Hour 287-4711 S.00 to 5:80 Indian River Plantations
PROPERTY andsil unknown
Each per.noon.
OR INTEREST IN default will be taken analnit
by
TO BB AFFECTED BY THE ISSUANCB for the relief demanded In parties and defendent MOKTOAOrOKECLOHCIlB 1Mb and New York Btreeti, NW 11 Commerce Street Mailing Address Drawer A and priced at $500 per
you Newark 2, New JereeySRD
BY THE CITY 01'COC04 tbe complaint. .. to each and all of whomreeldenoe FIRST FEDERAL RAVINGS Washington, D C. No. 133.1 1331 133J Tltuivllle, Fla. acre 29%" down balance

REACH FLORIDA OFBONDB THIS NOTICE shall b* published la unknown bavIng AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OFNEW SaD 127.1 UTJ Samuel J. Fooaaner, a. Trustee 5 yrs.410.ATTENTION.
MORE claiming to have any Bamuel Wolfion a* Trll... -
HEREINAFTER or
one each week for four eoneecutlve : feTMYRNA .to.. 11 Commerce Street
DEOCRIRED right title or Intereet la or 132 Wilt 86th Street
PARTICULARLY week In THE TITUS- INVEST.
Plaintiff Newark 2, New JeneySRD
IN ANYWAY to the following delb.aprop.rt Now York. Nsw York NOTICEBuild
OR TO BB AFFECTED VILLE STAR-ADVOCATE. anowepapar
THEREBY of generil circulation ,, which I* tbe aub- -ye- PHD 1231: No. 133.1, 133.2, 1331 ORS lot size 100 ft. x 100
Florida. met matter of the abovetyled --XATHERINK C. BUTLER formrly SECTION 70220-240I S T A T R: Henry T. Ogle zoned for multiple
You and eech of you .... bereby la DONE Breverd AND County ORDERED at Tltuevllle cauM, vlli Katharine C. Glass, and RONALD ROAD t
required to eppeer oa In. 2nd Florida tbl* 13th day of Lot mi. Unit T. Hamntoa BUTLER her husband COUNTY NAMES ADDRESSES: : Knoxvllla, No. 1371. 1374 units. They're
November, 1M4 at I:80 October 1044.CURTIS. Home Subdivision accordingto Defendant*. BED 123.1BORROW SECTION 70220-2401 BTATBROAD your job efficiency and be find in this location. Priced -
:' focf of the tbs thereof a* recorded 1OTITK OF SLIT PIT
AM. before on* R. BARNE8. Clark plat $5000 Terms.
\ I (1-95) BREVARD only ,,
Court of Plat Book 14. Pag TOl KATHERINE: C. BUTLER. That of'
Judge of tb. Circuit of tbe Circuit Court In part COUNTY DESCRIPTIONS understood by others through
Envird County, Florida. tth Byi V. S IpancierDeputy 83, of th* Public Record formerly Katherine C. 01..., flection 7, Township 25 South, north of
lED No. 1881 1312 133J No. 1.
Court HOUM la Tltuivllle, Florida, Clerk of Bravard County, Florida) and RONALD BUTLER her Range 16 East; better thinking and 538-U.S. ,
and ibow cauiw why tbo prayer. ot Circuit Court Seal together with the following husband who** residents described a* follow BORROW BORROW PIT No. IS PIT. LEFT OF listening, Scottsmoor, 400 ft. front
the PeUtlon flint In U abov. .n- ROS8BTTER POle One (I) OB: refrigerator TBJ04 and addreei I* unknown to 300 ft deep. Only $JO
STATION 22&I+1 .211 age,
eheuld not bo One (I OB JM Soy plaintiff. Commence on th. South boundaryof speaking.
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(: ':."t.l"o: therein deeorlbed Attorney Baa: Oellle for Florida plaintiff One (1) OB range beat pump. WTC24FI YOU AND EACH OF YOU anhereby Section 7, Township 28 Sooth A panel of land In th. NE>4 of front f.2575V.S. !! !:-
24
and tb. proceedlnne. aulh- Oct. 14. n. a. Nov 4 (Wed.) 1MI. notified that a complaintto Range 88 Bait at a point 1.843.118 NEtS of Section 35 U.Baal Towaihlp described How much $1000, Not; $8007,
Boutb Hangs frontage
OnlinE tb* luuanc thereof, alidated Including the building and anpurtenance forecloa a certain mortgagemads feet Beat from the Southwest cor- No. 1, 50 ft. -

and confirmed, eeld bond.conpiuting NOTICE TO CRItDITOIUJTOI located thereon, by Katherlne C. 01... to nor or saId Soctico TI; theocs run a Commenc* follow on tOts North boundaryof No!; $1007 No). x 135 ft. deep. Scotts-

of On* Million Flv All pereoai having claim o.:1t and together with tb. turn- FirM Federal' Saving and Loan Nortb J0'22'4r Wait. 1707.U feet; Section 15, Township 14 South.Rsege moor. $1350 Caqh.604CENTRAL .
Hundred Flfty-lbr Thousand agaInst tbe Bitit Iture furnlihlngi and flxtur Association of New Smyrna, encumbering thence run North M'WW Bait 85 Bait 8polat 403,02feet Simply! through membership ins
Poller (tl.6M.000) Recreational of : JONAS DeoeeeedYou situated therein and located the following described 27M89 feet; thence run North 00*
Bait from the Northweit cor LOCATION.
Revenue Bond dated fll In Brevard 4310" Weet HOD feet to the Pointof .
Complex are hereby notified to thereon. property County, Florida Toastmsaters Club.
thence South 13
December 1, 1M4 meturlm In tb. any claim 0. demand sialnnt said to-wltl Beginning; thence continue nor thereof run 98 ft. on northbound U.S.
YOU AND EACH!: OF VOl!. ar"* 1131" Beet 345.34 t.ttb.ac.*
North OO'43'IO Veil 1000 feet
Inoluitve, to
year* 1MT ::r'tI no.edlflOlb. I E.l.t. Inb.. County Judis's Ot- that a Complaintba A tract of land la th. SB H" the Northweit oorner of BorrowPit South 111'11'22" West Ml.61 feet to Visit your local TitusvilleToastmsstert No. 1. Zoned for retail or
bearing l. not Court HOUMBravard In .b'-.OlWI:
flo la tb County of
the SB H of '2.Townihlp .
the nald
by above- the point of beginning, point services. Check this.
eeml-en- No. 10 then. run North W
111 nato, payable Florida, within lll"n'r.: ;
County. 21 85 .
.m.1I Plaintiff agaInst and being the Northeast corner of Borrow
you
deecrtptlon I860" East *K> feet thence run Club Wednesday -
nually. a more particular; uiz' (6) calendar monthe from the Sanh of you \0 foreclose a mono RicO, In Brevard County, Dor- Pit No. 15, run thenc South
bonan contained South OO'43'IO" East 1000 feet ft. U S. No. 1 frontage
of nail being ot ; I 667-600 .
date of the flrit publication Ida, being all of Lot 0 la Block '
gage oa the .bove.d.terlb.d propsnip 1II'I\ 22" Went 100 feet, thenc
in tb. Petition filed la th. proceed- thIs Notice. Bach claim or demand In Ohs ahovs-.tylod cauu., 0, per unrecorded plat of F. 100 thence feet run to the South Point 8V1IW of Beginning.W..tI South 000483" Kaat *00 feet nights at the Chanticleer north of Titusvlle. $80

In*. must b* la writing and filed la and you sod each of you ar. Lemnlne paid tract being more Containing I 100,000 feet. (li. thenc North "'85'22" Bait *00 front foot. Has some improve -

DONE AND OKDKRED at Tltuavlll duplloat! ball siaM the plac of hereby required to fll. an Answer particularly described a* to.lows 87 acres I. more" or duane lese.ALNO feet theno North 0004'3I" Inn or call 267-5709 or 267-6117 mftitg.
reeldence and Poet Office addroneof
Breverd County, Florida. or other Pleading relponelv to-wltl Begin at an Iron : HAUL ROAD FOR BOR- West 600 feet t. the point of be-
*. tb Claimant and ball be
Ohio tb* 13th day of October, 1M4. to th* Claimant his thereto with the Clerk of th* rod. In the Nortb right-of-way. ROW PIT NO. 10 f1 or 267-5U1 after I p.m. 400 ft. U.S.
worn by bore-entitled Circuit Court and lln of a 10 ft wide ...\, per VL'ROUTE FOR BORROWPIT 680-Approx.
B. Carlto That part oft
/ / Vaaear of the Circuit I Court of agent or bl. attorney. Any such to wm a copy of euch Anewer Lemoln PI.wbl.1I point of No. 13 (PART) No. 1 frontage in Bell-
Judce claim not *o filed shall .b* void. or other reeponelv Pleading upon beginning li North t degree' Section T That part of: Continual Cn Next
the Ninth Judicial. Circuit of Towmhlp 25 South Page wood. Choice site for fill-
./ Bones 1. Jonas
I and for Brev.rd the Plaintiff Attorney, COUR- IT East 373.SO feet distant Range M But!: ; NE14 of NE% of Section. 1..
Florida. RBNBB I* JONAS, Ancillary IRON AND COURSHON 1701 from the NorthWMt corner of lying within DO feet Easterly of a Township 24 Sooth Range a. ing station. Priced low at
County. Administratrix of tbe BataU Merldlaa Avenue, Miami Beach Lot 1 In Block 1 of John Fred :line deecrlbed followi Bait; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF $75 per foot. 29% down.
Oct. 14. 11. tt (Wed.) INIIN of EMIL, JONAS, DeeeaiedEVANS Florida, on or before" the 33rd dey Morgan' Bubdlvliloa a* per Begin at the Northwest ae corner ot .lying South and within 10 feat THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT -

THOMAS BOYL8TONSuit of November 1M4)) otherwtee theallegations pint thereof recorded In Plat Borrow Pit No. 10 II Mtabllehed of a lurvey lln descrIbed a* fol- IN AND FOR THE HO Motel site adjacent to
701 Palmer Bank Building d i said Complaint' will Book T. page 7 ot lbs Bre.a above, thenc run North 0041110" l"wlI COUNTT OF BREVARD. STATEOF -

Saraeota, FloridaAttorneys b* taken a* eonfeeeed bv you. County Florida, puniia record, Weet. too feet more or lei to Bar B..la.t Northeait corner of FLORIDAIN new 195 interchange. This
RIll Xitat of for laid Batato DONE AND ORDERED at th. proceed thence from said point herein daicrlbid Borrow Pit No. 15. aa deecribed CHANCERY NO. 2884 large tract has 300 ft. road
John Victor 0(1. Oct. T, 14. n 2* (Wed) 1M4. Breverd County Courthouee, 1'1- of beginning along mid rtlfht- above run t...... North 11I'11'22" THE SEAMEN'S: BANK FOR and is 177 ft
aleo known a I. V. Oil ._ ton Road and the end of the line frontage
SAVINGS IN THE CITY OF
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tuivllle, Florida, this lit II day of-way line East 8350 feet! East HU8 feet to the end of ..aidurvey
IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT OF of October W4, thenc. North 5 degree 12 Containing 15,000 iquar feet, lln*; NEW YORK a New York Corp. deep. Priced at $60,000
XOTICB TO CREDITOR BREVARD COUNTY FLORIDA. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Root 125 t..tl| thence West (S46 acre), more or lose. Bald Borrow Pit and Part of Haul oration with large d7v7800LAICEVIEW .

All of of Chancery Number 29441 CURTIS R. BARNES 8350 feet) thence South 0 de.tree OWNED BYl SAMUEL WOLF.SON. Rout containing I.. sans, moreOWNKD Plaintiff
eeUte
creditor the NOTICE OF RUT I Clerk of tb* ..bon..aUU.4I If West 125 feet to th. aa Truitee' of tb. ValleyAeeocletel or I.... n. HILLS. At-
John Victor Oil, dcad are GWENDOLYN MOM Circuit Court poInt of begInning, Trust BYI JOHN D. MieARTHUR CALVIN LEE!: PERRY and ROSE
hereby notified and required tofit. Plaintiff By V, S. Spaniler I Has been filed. In this Courtagalnet OHIO 127.1. 127.2BORROW and wife CATHERINE MARIE: FERRY hIs wit. tractive 3 bedroom 2 bath

any claim or demaad which ".. I Deputy Clerk you and each of you, and PIT MacARTHUR Defendant. home overlooking South

they may bar atalnit laid eetete HAROLD WILLIAM MOBS.Defendant.. Oct. 11, Ii. Nov. 4. 11 Wed.) 1.... you ar. hereby required to file That part oft SUBJECT TO: MORTGAGE recorded .1 NOTICE OF BUT Lake. White terrazzo
office of .
tbs th Judie
In County
V OUPSCS woP o. 010.. d.t..._ to la O. R. Book 71. peg 520 STATE OF FLORIDA TOt
of Breverd County, I'IO"ld.a tbeeourthouee TOl Harold William MOM IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ..aid suit l In-'th*-o'tl"-.f tb. Clerk The Sit of Section 20. Bait of In favor of COCOA INC. and Calvin Lea Perry and floors Westinghouse central

at TKinrllle, Florida, Roeldenoe unknown THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT of th* Circuit Court of Brevard Flake Boulevard, Towniblp 25 MORTGAGE recorded la O. R. Roe Marie Ferry, Jill wife, heat and air conditioning
within sin calendar month from YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat OF FLORIDA IN AND County, Florida. at the Brevard South Range 14 Baett Book 425 page 17 la favor ot 12M Muiklngum range and oven. $13-
the data of tb. tint publication of a Complaint for Divorce has FOR BREVARD COUNTT County Court Houee In Tltuivllle, :lying within 25 feet Eaiterly of alIes SAMUEL J. FOOSANIR.: TruatSRD Pontlao Michigan ,
thle notice Each claim or demand I been filed agaInst you and you CHANCERY NO. MBit Florid. on or before the Ida day described ai follownCommence ... and all partial claiming Interoit 900 $450( down (no down
bunt be la writing and mild elite are required to serve a copy of NOTICOK SIlT of November A. D. 1M4. and to oa the Bait boundaryof No. 1371. 137,4BORROW by, through, under or agalnit the VA) with FHA termi.
the place or reeldenoe and poetefflce your aniwer or pleading to th. FEDERAL NATIONAL MORT. serve a copy thereof on the plaintiff Section 20 Township 25 South PIT aid Calvin Lee Perry and Rose

addrea of tb. claimant and complaint oa th* plilntlff at- OAOB ASSOCIATION a oorpor- attorney, C Winston Smith, R.n. 88 Easi .t. point 414,11I BORROW PIT No. U RIOHT Marie Perry, bli wife and all 814-Furnished home bargain
muit b* ewora to by the claimant Allan) Post Office Box 427 800 N. DlxiiFreeway feet North from the Southeast partlee having or claiming to have
ornay, B. .Uon or..I..d and sxistlng lIa- STATION 2314+44.51A
bl. Kent, or his attorney, or It low firm or & l'TOfbD der aa Act of COD If"' .' pureuant New Smyrna Beach corner thereof: said point being ona parcel of land la the NW'4 of any right, till* or InUroet In the in excellent con
will become void according t* law M Bellalr Arcade. Florida. If do .lIrve oncavs to the .olllhwp.t- 24 real property with dition. Furniture not new
RITCHI8. to the Federel National Morlll.If'A..ocl.Uon you o, Judgment NW"4 of Section 10 Township :
ltd. day of October, 1W4. Cocoa Florida. and tile tb. orlg' Charter Aet. b.vla. ;by IIII'r.: .. b: token snip and having a radius of 172*.M. South. Rang 35 E.*t, deacrlbed .. therma bon.ia rll.rov.m.nt.YOU : but nice. Includes t.v., refrigerator -
U, Louie T. Oil tonI ...w., o. pIsadlns In thu It* principal office la th* Cltv of against you for lbs ...II.t'lOlI.bt feel! thence from a tangent bearing follown AND EACH OF YOU air
office of th* Clerk of tbs Circuit Waihlncton District ot Columbia, In the complaint. of Nortb 41'.1'54" Weil, run Commence oa the North boundary hereby take notice that a suit has conditioner
Loulm T. Oils, Eo.cutnlx Court so 0' bofors thu 18ra dayof Plaintiff This nolle shall b* publlihedone Nortbwuterly along aald curve of said Section 10. at a point 150 been filed agalnat In the 3 dandy size bedrooms,
1/ John T. Baron November, 1M4. If you fall to ".. each week for four eoneeautlve through a central angle of 124'M" feet Beat from the Northwest corner abev styled Court 1.11 ,... of tile bath, with spacious liv
John T. do eo '.. will CHARLES C. WARD and MILDRED week la the Tltuevlll Star- a dletanc of 140.43 feet to theeetf tbereof rua thence South 00 the lull I* to forecloe. that cor modern
Baron Attorney
Kxeoulrl, P. O Box for b* D.rlroOt"o tbs relief L. WARD his wife. and Advocate. of laid cur*; thence nun 12'38" Eait 50 feet th..... North laIn mortgage dated February 11, ing room kitchen
U f
Tltuevllle, Florida. demanded In th* Complaint. HELEN D. MILLER DONE AND ORDERED: at Tltuevllle North WOS10" Weet 741(1 feet 811'511'22" Bait, 4W83 feet to the 19 0, and filed of public record' In owner wants quick sole

Oct. T. U. 11. 21 County, Florida this Ull day of STATB OF FLORIDA yard County, Florida, on this th* nun South 00-1310" East, 10 4 >2 No. 1* and the point of begin 433 Public Record of BrevtrdCounty down balance -
October 1W4. TOl C WARD and 12th day of D. 1M4 feet to the and of tb. lbs herein nlng; continue Florida, encumbering tbs $1400 payment,
Curtis R. Barn Cit 'b L. WARD, hIs I CURTIS CA\ .. Clerk. deecrlbed. 80 22" Had: 600 :. ta.t'b.COO:: hereinafter described real property $6535 Including taxes

Clerk of tbe Circuit Court wife huntIngton West Vlralnla. ot Circuit Court In and for ALSO: That part of! 000088' East MO feet thence ,.Tbe name of lbs Court In principal and Jnterest.
The Titusville Star- Brevard County, Florida and HELEN D. MILLER. Brevird County, Florida.Byi The ilk of Section. 20. Beitof ,South W5I22" Went MO feet which laid cult I I. pending I I. tile This won't tact long.
By V. S. Spanalir: Hartford Avaa* En. V. S SpangierDeputy Fleke BOllI.. ,,. Township thence Nortb 0000'38" Weet 560 Circuit Court of th. Ninth Judicial
D.puly Cierh tenelon Byram Connecticut. Clerk 25 South Ring M But; 'feet to lbs point of beginning. Circuit la and for the County of
Advocate 1 1st in circulation (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Ten are hereby notified that a CIRCUIT COURT SEALC. lying within 21 feet on each aid* .ad' Brev.rd State of Florida, In 84ft Large 3 bedroom 2
Allen S' Quliley suit has been filed agaInst you WINSTON .SMITH ot a center lln. described a* fol HAUL ROUTE FOR BORROW Chancery No. 29884 and lbs abbreviated bath home on attractive

of COWART AND RITCHIK and each of you. 10 tbs ably.ntitled P. O Boa 417: level 1 PIT No. I' title of tb. ceee I* Th. Mendel Lane. Many extras
in North 30 Bellelr Arced cauee and that you .... *no N. Dixie Freeway, That part of the NW* of NWH Seamen. Bank for Saving In the
Canoe, Florid required t* fll. P ourans. wer or New Smyrna Beach Florida Commence oa th. Xat boundary ot Section 10, TownohlB 14 Soutb City ef New York a New York with this preowned
Attorney for Plaintiff other ....,..a'lv* pleading wltb Atlorney for Plaintiff. ot Bectlnn 20, Towniblp 25 South Range 85 East, lying South and corporation. Plaintiff ", Calvin home. Only $15,550 with
Oct. 31, 38 Nov. 4. 11 (Wed) 1.... tbs Clerk of this Court and to Oct. 14. 21. 38. Nov. 4 (Wed) 1M4. Range M Beet al a point 47415 within 50 feet of a line described Lee Perry and Ross Mart. Perry $1500 down. Shown by ap
Southeastcorner
feet Nortb from the hie wife. Defendant
I thereof; said point being ea follow: polntmrnt
Begin at the Northwest corner of The description of the real prop
oa a curve concave to tb. South- Borrow Pit No. 18 a* deecrlbedabove erty Involved I la aald cult and deicribed -
westerly and having a radlu of la tb I 848-Be sure to check on
run thence South 11'51'22"w..t Complaint a* follow -
572f" feet thence from tangentbearing
; a 4M 83 feel to the end of laid *: this vacant home move
of North 4C3854" West.nsa ,
line a* herein deeertbedBald Lot I. Block V. Section H, in. Beautiful well
along laid right
Nortbweeterly curve
Borrow Pit Ne. 11 and Haul SHERWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION -
through a central angle of 124 kept tri-ievel home 3 twin
The Florida Route CONTAINING 1.55 acres according to tb* plat
II" dlitance of $40 43 feet to the
00d a of eeld curve; thence run more or leaa. eicluilvo of area I thereof a* recorded, In Plat size bedrooms, 2 baths,
within the right of way for Intentete Book 13. page 25. Public Record beautiful kitchen
North 550310" Weet. 74011 1..1.lh.n. atepsaver
of Brevard ..
Hi &. County 1'1.
.. run South 00-1310" Bait. OWNED !f.bH"lNo. OGLE Id.. built-ins) plenty eating

J 10(432 feet to a Point of BeninCo*- SUBJECT TO! MORTGAGE recorded YOU AND EACH OF YOU are space attached garage
thence eontinuo South
rm\\ la O. R. Book (85, page required lo rue your answer to located in Whispering
Zant. 1271.05 feet to tbs and
". o.. *' IIf< thl center line deeorlptlon. 497 la favor of th. Batata ef the Complaint with the Clerk of first this.
.. "Fictitious Name" Law Harry Zltreen decoaeed; THEL- the above styled Court and earva Hills. Be to see
Containing 3X70 square feet MA ZITREEN. JACK WEIS- a copy thereof upon Plaintiff attorney. Priced $16,500 only $2800
((0II acre), more or lean, eicluelveRoed
STEWART I..
FIRST NATIONAL AYERS
and
GLASS down aovume'loon.808Enjoy .
ot onea In right of way for Stats ,
whoee addreai la
BANK OF MIAMI. EleCUton *feald Poet Office Box

OWNED C: (1.1151.BY) EDWARD K. Estate 802. Eau Oellle Florida, not later in this <4<
luxury
day
thIn
TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration the (th ef NovemberA .
JONES ae TOt TrueteeSUBJECT MORTOAOB!: iv.corded of Taking ban beta filed la 1M4. .. required by law alee bedroom 2 bath home in

If busintss In 0 R. Rook 140 page M the ebove-etyled cones by the a decree pro coafeaeo will be entered Forest Hills built by one of
is it is
your not operated under youi own name, probable hold by BARNETT NATIONAL of Petitioner tll... ,proceeding the acquiring of authority the taking IN against WITNESS you and WHEREOF each of ', 011.I our leading builders. Priced .
BANK OF COCOA
TAKE NOTICE that a Declar of the abov-decrlbed lende bare hereunto set my hand and at $25,900 with 10%"

that should advertise "Florida itloa of Taking baa been filed lathe for the purpose eel forth la the Court affIxed the official seal of laid down _________
you its name and ownership under the Fictitious abov-tyld cauao by the Petition la thl eavae. viol A* at Tltuivllle, Bravard

Petitioner the acquiring authorityof borrow pit for a portion ef State County, Florida, this SIb day of 869-All new 4 bedroom 2
October A D. 1M4.CURTIS .
Bravard
Road No. (1-M la
theee proceeding of the takInj
R. BARNES!: bath home In excellent lo-
County. Florida. and that the
Name Law". This is what the Florida law says: for the of the purpose above-rieeorlbed eeL forth In lands the, Honorable William O. Abridge, Clerk of the Circuit Court cation. Central dueted gas

Petition In this ea.... via.: A* borrow on* ot tbs Judges ef the Circuit Brevard County. Florida heat by Chrysler Westinghouse -
Court of tbs Ninth Judicial Circuitof BYl V. S Spangler'
ef State
for portion
pit a
and
Brevard Florida, will on the Win day of Deputy ('Irrk electric range
Road No. 8 (I- 5I la
County Florid and that the October, A.D. 194. at t:45 A..... (SEAL OF THE CIRCUIT oven. $16,200 $600 down
Honorable William O. Abridge In the Branch Courthoui itRoekledg COURT) with FHA financing.
Stewart L
on* of the Judge of the Circuit *. Floride. consider laidDeclaratloa ;otr'alltf:'
Court of till Ninth Judicial. Circuit of Taking ...1I00nt.ppr.I. Attorney
...... and mak such Order Post Office Box 803 887-Beautiful executive type
sit shill bo unlawful for ,D.T peirson 01 portom. u deflaed fcmla. to .ngsg. la bust of October Florida, A.will D. 1844 on tb*at 28lb 8,45 day A.M.of, aa the Court deems pro...... All Ban Gillie, Florid estate just 1000 ft. north of

I. the Brenck Courthouee ..1Rockiedgs. parties to tbe nit and all partIes Oct. 7, 14, 11. 28 (Wed) I.... city limits. Has a beautiful -

BOSS at h.rta defined without and ul... Mid fictitious RantS shall b. rgUtwt with Florida' eooilder eald Intereited may appear and be large home placed among -
Declaration of Taking appoint beard' at the time and plac dealga citrus and

the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County where Sits principal pUco of business is, .appraiser e the Court"and deem vnak proper.curb Order All aled.You and each of you .... hereby ROCK GARDEN high oak trees grove Shown by

parties to the lull and all partlr commanded to appear, .by filing appointment
which rsfllstrtllon shall consist of filing with the clerk afortsald an affidavit signed br all fntereited may so pesran 4 be aa Answer to the Petition heretofore .
filed la this canes la the entitled
heard at the Urn and place d.. 928 Prime business location.
Court .a or .before Novem23 NURSERYGet -
lnUrtt persons stating und.r oath th. nams of all thos lairst la the buslntaontrprls Igeated.lou.. .sad each of you are bar 194. t. how what right Lot size Is 95 x 101 ft. just

till. Intereet or Hen you, er any Acquainted SALEIs off new 4 laned Garden

*. th. xtnt of th. lntrst of Neb and th. Fictitious Nam UDder which said filing hereby' aa commanded Answer to to the appear Petition by of described you. have laada.la aad and t.show the above-eaua Now Going On Street. Modern home on

heretofore filed la this ".u.. In why the name should not .b. taken property including separate
EXAMPLELtfuttrvm
... b carried on. Said rgUtratlon may not b* mad until the prsoa or parsons the entitled Court oa or before for the ueee and ...- rat forth double, garage and business

November 23. 1M4. to show what ID i the Petition filed herein .. fr.m tIc building. Zoned BP.
desiring to *ngtg* la busln** UDder fictitious nam shall han adTrtbd! his ot lI1e1l right. till I., Inlereet or lien. you WITNESS my Hand and the small
or any of you have la and to the Seal of said Court ." tbl Ilk dayof See our ad every Friday (Might consider mobile -
ab.ve- 3225 OLD DIXIE HWY.
Intention to said fictitious least w..k for four ((4) consexutlT CURTIS R. BARMM
rsgUtar at
Dame one a cau*. why lbs same should not betaken 962-Lovely 2 bedroom home
for tb. ua and purpoee CLERK OF THE: CIRCUITCOURT. between Titusville t Mimi

weeks la lit forth .la th. Petition filed lIt AND FOR V* mile north of La grange on well landscaped shaded
where said
Soma newspaper u defined fcy law la th. county regUtratloa la to herein. BREVARD COUNTY Cemetary lot Vinyl floors gas fire-


be mad, and said registration shall not b* accepted by the Clerk of the Circuit Court WITNESS: my Hand and the BYl FLORIDA.Alice B. Majtertoa 2S7-2989 place and stove heater Included.Refrigerator Closeto
Seal ef said Court ea this Ha day Deputy Clerk
Of October A. D. 1934.\ t SEAL ) Parkway Junior High
except upon recelrlng: proof of such puhllcatlontmIf CURTIS R BARNES JAMES I. RICHARDSONHolland school. Only $9100. Buytr

CLERK. IN OF AND THE FOR CIRCVI'TCOURT. BRB: Tallahaateo Building, FloridaOf WANT A NEW must financeDANENBURG.

I VARD COUNTY. FLORIDA Coaaael for tbe Petitioner.
BYl Alice M. Mtetenoa Oct. 14. SU 28 Nov. 4 (Wed.I 2....
I Deputy Clark HOME BUILT!
SEAL ) IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S:

JAMES J. RICHARDSON COURT IN AND FOR BRBVARDCOUNTT

you wish to have your business properly registered, we suggest that Tallakaeeew Holland Building, FloridaOf IN PROBATE.IN FLORIDA.:. DO YOU NEED I

Covaeel for the Petitioner. RB: EST AT. OF

Oct 14. II. 28. ZOo". 4 (Wed.) 1.... JOHN R LINDBERO.Daeaaatd. REPAIRS ON YOURBUILDING'

drop in for details and/or for advice how .
you see your attorney as to to KOTICB OF PBOBATB

TO ALL PERSONS' INTERKBT 05'ne
BD IN THE ESTATB OF SAID
0 real
If you have DECEDENT: A HEW ROOM K

proceed. Tea are .hereby aatlfVad thai a CAHPORTE.ETC.
: writ tea laatnmnt pvrvarUag t.
,; estate to sell, or if *. lbs Last Will and Teataeaaatat REALTY
-'\" l said deeedeat baa been idaillted JUST CALL
I : t. ._t. la nil Cwrt. Teare
f' you are looking for hereby aemmaaded wttala al. ealeadar I 1514 South WashingtonAM
I months from tb. data '"f 267-2958
,. the tint publleaUoB .f tIle. neSts 7-3853

choice real estate, to appear la thl Cecil and bow Allot < P. M.w Open t-5, Mon. thru Sat
If raa. why tb*
Star-Advocate
Titusville eauee. sap yen
actlea I ef tbla Cenrt la a4aalttlagaald P. O. SOS 12M. City or by appointment

use our classified Will U .......te aba.Metaad net (24 Hr. TeL Au. Service) I

aarevoked.a LEN RANDELLVERY Where buyer and seller expect :
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I. aA S Published Monday Wednesdays and Fridays columns. COUNTY JTDOBBrevard to get better and faster

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ROOMS FOR RENT 2 SMALL OmCES and ware-
UTILITY
Special Notice TRAILER 4 :x T foot POK RENT HOUSES FOR RENTS PRACTICE PIANO
\
bed with good houses for tent 900 square
.
*
tagged and toga SLEEPING ROOM, single or feet, atrceadKlooed office Refinished anda eiteeRpM
ready BUILDERSWANTED
Electric : I BEDROOM unfurnished air- BEDROOM. 1 bw, large emdlMon.
30" double, prints entrance and plus MO aq. ft warehouseapace. playing
,
looks
NOTICEI range almost conditioned stove nod houM Md Tomi.X MAamlshod I KIRK SCHOOL
can garage both, a8'1- 968. $121 monthly each. J. OF MUSIC
hereby with to give notice new 2674267. I refrigerator $135 phi uol-II $US .oth ly. .eeto Cab- W. ChUJre Realty.287-5561. 2126 W. Troptc ....
that I will not be responrible CAMPER. REASONABLE See Russ Available Oct 20th. 1S93 eta 28T1045.LARGE 2 BEDROOM: utilities maid! FOTTlATllCHEAP 'I
for debt incurred by penoni at second house north of Hibiscus St 267-6317. service reasonable. 267-4101. ENCYCLOPEDIAS, :20 vehnme
other than myself. UNTUIMWED downstairs J 'ftrlP to set with two dtcttoMriMalo "FOREST HILLS
Kelly's Block
Hobert W. Galloway plant Mlms. APARTMENT OR trailer*. Oat large ironid. 1 ROOMS WITH bath TV. air far two people. La.V".I ( 10 voJumes of chtMren's
Oct 21, 28. NOT. 4 (Wed), IW4 Child Care Weekly or monthly rate, adults block from A t P. till monthly conditioned for Mfla worker. DOUBLE BED classics). In txrefle COBdttlon. ESTATES"JUST
only S04 Garden. Bennie i CabeUa 26T-1 48. $M weekly double; $35 single. Innerspring Orthopedic mat published by CoWer, A FEW: LOT IS
Telephone . Meals available Phone 26T 2674545 phone 267-2655 after sin week-
tress. CaU before 12 LEFT
Day 2674806Night MIDDLE AGED woman dealres FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS. 2 BEDROOM hmiee uf\Jnllb. 9742 Mila Motel Rte 1 south ..
2671399ALCOHOLICS babysitting and lliht clot la, effidencie. weekly, ed, In Indian River Ctty area of new causeway 2674141> after 1 PM. CHAS JANNARONHTltusviHp :
housework. rates, air condition $135 QV1NG. DINING, bedroom
ANONYMOUS 267-853S. monthly nice reiidetiHal street ELECTRIC SHAVER service on showing ('pnl",,
eel 417 Julia Street.UNFURNISHED. monthly Sydney Schwartz $1250 PER PERSON.per week. furniture Maytag, ntsctllia-
If want to drink, that'i yourbustneea. all makes Jay Bee Jewelers, t.t nr '
you ELDERLY WOMAN desires 1411 S. Hopkins, 26T4MO. Rocket Motel Mint. Phone onus Item. 210 Klllcrest 2(7 Indian River Plan
If want to stop
you babysitting in own home. $2 I bedroom 287-3087.: 474.
drinking that'i our business.Animals per per Exper apartment $70 adults Inquire S BEDROOM. 2 bath WN.per -- -
ienced,lel e.ree S09 Tropic Street lag IbUa. $132 per month 267Wl. I SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies MOVING FROM home to apartment
261.ozaa. for rent Ml Orange Cuatom Console TV
LADY PREFERRED, 2 room, I St 2674400. Stereo 27" Fleetwood remotecontrol
CARE FOX preschool child la furnished completely new I WHISPERING HILLS. 2 bed.roomi N ELM rpe speakers
my borne by week Indian $8i monthly, utilities Includ 2 bath, electric kitch i AIR CONDITIONED MOTEL Thoren r.1t Sherwood
FRENCH POODLES pure. River Height X7-2907. ed. 287-ttU after I p.m. fenced yard, furnished room. Reaaonabl Call 2ST amplifier O. E. flatplate
bred. $50 2670071Boats J22S. unfurnished $300. Seen 4103. Ironer. Frigidatr\ Custom ; MOVE RIGHT IN!
CHILD CARE DUPLEX FOR RENT
ab'Ri hour day or by appointment Cocoa 6365884 Imperial washing machine.
week STORES FOR RENT
Height. .
For Sale JIT- 781. FURNISHED OR UNFURNISH. Dining room consisting of
ED. 2 bedroom central heat OFFICE FOR RENT NEW STORE buildlnt for office custom pieces, contemporary THE BEST BUY IN
RIDDLE KEEPERS fenced and air 2674070. or business 15x60 ft sots. 2 club chairs. Brown .1
CHRISTMAS IS JUST yard J678J70. NEW BUILDING office space Hosted and alrcoodltloned. leathertocoffee ta bl.. Many
AROUND THE CORNER 1 BEDROOM excellent location U.S. 1 So. Titusville, 2,000 Phone 267-6180. Items unlisted. 267-3120. FOREST HILLS
NOW IS THE TIME For Rent nicely furnished. Including aq. ft 2672849.On BUILD
electric water. See FOR RENT or lets, itort METAL WAREHOUSE
TO PUT THAT to appreciate: >$$12S monthly U.S. 1. prim. location call apace. 20 110ft., or suitable ING 40' x 100', Located laBfllwood StTTt *
.
Vf t
SPECIAL GIFT FOR HIM TORRENT loot Jones after 1:30 PM. 267-0810 or 287-8S68. for office. Located Magnolia area must be moved aVTlI W ** *
IN LAYAWAY Plata $123 monthly, 267121. from present location. Phone X- iH 2nU M
HOUSES FOR RENT ROOMS FOR RENT
Floor Sander MT-6306.
LINE Polishers
COMPLETE .
WAREHOUSE
OF BOATING ACCESSORIES Phone AM 7-32U I BEDROOM HOUSE. $120 PRIVATE ROOM cooking FOR RENT PHOTO"cTfRTstMAi'.., ,..eardi. "'
Gregory Studio. "
Factory Paint
Outlet monthly, phone 367-1739 after privileges for gentleman, 267- WAREHOUSE suitable for
Rogers Outboard 4463. I shop In rr | B|
1 p.m. garage: or storsKO. < t Mxn
Baldwin
St. 2676414Building Shopping Center I center of town See H. H. I &. ,
tlM Garden APARTMENTS FOR RENT I BEDROOM FURNISHED. $23 ROOM FOR rent' with kitchen Hudson at StarAdvocate.WAREHOUSES"NOW .
per week or $90 per month. privilege. 2670610 before S, SUTTON'SSUPER 290OSQFEETOFQUALITY CONSTRUu v
& Const. FURNISHED MODERN large, Adult only phone 267-1280. after 5, 267-ft. UNDER
construction Any she to
1 bedroom up
(288. apartment m. TRAILER. CABANA tuB west IN PRIVATE home for refine 30.000 lase. 247- MARKETOF FISHERCONSTRUCTION
NIDY CONSTRUCTION, real Ellis Ln, first house right, person, air conditioned: TV 0564. I tlaft'cr: commer* HOMES
dentists, commercial and remodeling. I miles north Titusville, adults all new, 2674096. dial apace available.

12 years in Titusytlle. If you have rental no pets.UNFURNISHED._____ ___ CO.
Licensed and bonded. 2 bedroom 2 WI WILL II HAPPY TO (
Phone AM 7.2326.Business housing, list it in bath house $121. SpangtierIaveatmenG ROYAL ANSWER ANY URS. 2670564w&
The Star-Advocate! J67-192S or 2676827. COLONIALGARDEN TIONS YOU MAY NAVE

Property I APARTMENTS CONCERNING RIGHTS TO HOMESTEAD YOUR s $%!&' !

EXEMPTION. ..s., : : ;
"Welcome to Gracious Living"Located ... I,
TOURIST
SOUVENIR Shop .North Biwvarxft OUtst Neal I but
snack bar, fruit stand. N : Setvke'eN WHISPERINGHILLS

ties General Merchandise one mile north of highway 50, west of U. S. No. r
Shop. Long established good 1, with river privileges convenient to everything,
business, large inventory.For equal distance to either causeway, yet with an atmoe-
sale on account of death. phere of a country estate Luxuriously finished, will to I new hornet near t golf
WiU sell with or without real wall carpeting each apartment different with Its own course* with such features at
estate. Long lease. Reason personality individual utility and storage room, 12 1$M *.. feet living area
able. Toby' US 1, ScotUmoor M I1 T aPaaaa1Y. cubic feet automatic defrosting 2 door refrigerator. double frl*. 20 screenedpotch. ,
(North of TituivlUe) Florida arp. AY 1Mn central TV system costa no more and less than others FHA evaluation Itlll.iot
It* equal Spaciously landscaped private ground but you can have either .
ENVELOPES Business Sixes and many other Inviting featurea. Available December1st for only ilf.MO. Don't mist No poser sown a NO c10/INO colas 70
for mailing. Full stock at the buy of a lifetime! NEW HOMES V.A, ruacnulu MINIMUM PNA nias
Star-Advocatt. ATTENTION NEWCOMERSIf NOW RENTING

you art considering purchasing a home in North OAK TERRACESee DESIGNED Nereus west Modern develep at lit
.Ih.. .reel Most luau,, .t .prlce''
Brevard why not save time and money by havingone FOI HTTII ." wi'h brtck Ironta lilt .
WALK TOSHOPPING of our trained professional sales staff conduct W. J. SMITH. Realtor PHONE M7-35U this eieoUently totaled Kew yards C.lo"lal ."""' '"no
your family on a complete tour of our area? W.have I br I bath beauty. Features UVINO windows Nh baths wtrh" hid ester'
a large Florida room plus $...Mae a ", ,ese ,,__ speeloueela.a '
homes In In ---- ---- -- --- -- -- ---
every price range nearly every screened In parch Total with' louered date 5 double
section of town. Financing to suit your budget Is pmta. only $101 per tea with skits tow door everl.ebing nerd 0
also available. Occasionally we have an excellent SEE OAKWOOD DO qualifying! 1 AND 41111. builds I IV (ace a NI. window sill.
Freshly painted S bedroom rentalOryanConivay TODAY 1,1''" 2" lATHS sullty NmL 40 gollen' wN.r hale r
block home close to Plrtlt IMPERIAL HEAT o conceal.drlvew.yaend
Plaza. Can be MOREl)
as little as MOO purchasedfor down & lA/lnittaJt !} Mobile Home Subdivision ESTATES
and $80.00 per month.Whispering ( nc. 1,100-.14,0'0' fl} IrnwHM Hkh.ni, : l MMn Toppnnreng

Hew shopping center eras ............. with heed MAoeM. Double
REALTORSINSURORS Featuring! ; St You may assume eilstlng 4wes.sP.rr sinks, fermha ..*fcniil
Hills FHA loan it only $101 per
Dial AM 7.2011Day, Night or HolidaysCOUNTRY
mo. I bedroom, t bath homo
Absent owner would like an LARGE 75' z 110' LARGE POOL like sew Double carport. --
offer on this 3 bedroom rr ra No Qualifying Dent delay- MODELS orinIII FROM $80 MONTHLY
home. Nice yard with citrus LOTS WITH can today!
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SHUFFLEBOARD
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trees Asking 14500. THEM NOW "IncludingprlfwMe/ ........,, ta.M,
it.Reasonable terms will buy ESTATES CENTRAL WATER HORSESHOES". NAVAREZ DR. .Imuronc, h_ end lot

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Desirable t and 4 B. R. ma*
LISTINGS NEEDEDWe 3 AND 4 BEDROOM. els available for Immediate MAX KMOOtl a CHUXCHIS SHOPPING CINTIM PARKS
have buytrs
welting
$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYTO HtUP''''', They Feature
Call Mr. Luck
i Marble window aid, ml' "
.2 BATHIIOlIES tiblneti, white Urraiso, em
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RAY CARPENTER REACH OAKWOOD; From Titusville go northon closed showers, double ear ..PH.m7.4i44LUXURY
U. S.1 to Mlms. Continue north on U. S,1 for port on some. $12,300 to .
$0,150 with Flu, VA. or convenUonal -
Realty one more mile to our entrance on right. For free loans. Prim lotatteo. .
S. US 1, Titusvllle, 2(7-MIS tarte tedreem information Call 267-3588.! .


Family It..",. JUST DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! CRENTWOOD
$100 & ) AGENTS ON PROPERTY TIL DARK

Centre Air Cendltf.enlng I I Bedroom, t bath, call be
GeorgeBarley /or 'trIttI bought with furniture, with or
and Heat Includ.a without wall to watt carpet.
principal This aims to In perfect condition
FHA 1M Interest UOWROU$ and em b* moved Into
FINANCING
Inc. 3r attul00MW37Dk40t3IOlf Dow IMMEDIATELY:pmL sad !assume Make FHA low .5mm ....'-.......'',-,., ..u,

,rata. of only $M.00. soma/,. TMemt hOI..bl.SUCII .
REAL ESTATE COLEMAN *HOMES 0000 011 W75 IAaGI eta sod S mew=::=='xen.My wo.s r r

BROS. I I ll' KUNaVSUBUMANmONLVMINUTU COLONIALHEIGHTS ".MNNIMU. h I eM.deacar.keNiqNkrg, ,vwwe.

70 hAM CAUSTWAY ,:;,u/ lest bs.ka hNe.A. wnw.4
"OH OM LNsn l Hlphway" SHOfTMOCtNTU ...,...Ml ..-,. .
3 BEDROOM, 2 Bath LOOK for ft* Sltno AND All SCHOOL: See these I desirable home CIMMrM I PI.,.,.5mMvy MKill
on Titus Ave., I1J.200. I In beautiful Colonial Height. *Mil flMIMtM .
fenced in yard built la 267- 543 AU are complete end relit, |M aid Off. Mf. HIIM.If
||electric rang FHA. VA -..,.. eMln. .14 Fifty *- I
for ,
I your Jr.: FOR SO ,, .
INDIAN RIVER or tone, available. .1MtMi -M41.mee.a.wen
HEIGHTSImmaculate ___ ILITILE'
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[( 1H bath,Cozy, 1 built-bedroom I FOREST HILLS p e r" ROYAL OAKSWe !' 0 ;:, ."M'fI---;

In: rang and ovenScreened On of this ares Better Builders plan to start S new .... haves quality homebuilder =
porch, large borne la the Forest Hills area very shortly! PitA TERMS. who will pT ate the 0.Irr. edeae..pe
lot. Better hurry, only Choose r ur M and plan NOW Can for information. home ., pour choice .. UM nn.aaw.
I $82 per month after M.wwAy be Me/ lot of your chotoe. Any type
I down paymentRENTALS WHISPERING LAKES I OIl muss nnanlag available. ---a -_
Studio. 1 If 2 Bedroom Rental AD.'mll1ltl

Lrt 3 bedroom. 2 bttha home with central heat and air from f 100 monthly UnfurnUhedModl
1 SEVERAL Zicaflent conditioning.I Carafe. Only 4 months old. $1230.00 down CALL TODAY! Now Open Pop 'n. n
furnished home and for nnfurnlihed rent laTitusvUl and ...... mertf.. P/.*nt* Hot.00 PL .Cayw.Nca W.Ee$.. mPwewd The H._ vyer'* /.... .ed.Ie s w e.s.pi.r lnip. .: o'.."PW'

*. GOOD LOCATIONNew c.-.
2 Fully air conditioned '
central heated 1 bed Home S ready f..t.tevriaad construction. ;13,954
room IV* bath apt*. Enclosed $13.0000. to tlT, OOOO Dove Payment SUTTONA8SOC
garage, close to $430.00 and up. IMPERIAL || V TOWERS
shopping *school $US Lot: 3 la IRC eras $230000 .elL 20 nerve Rt 44 $15 Mo a ma
month. ZoM4 trailer perk. 1:1.100.00": acre fc REALTY co.

M2 S. VAg111n1aDOWNFHASOO 1121 .. WAIMINGTON
JOHNNY A. MOLES .
OMk Pkl Nome PM.I =
or wutlinctoai 1240 S. Hopkins OppwIU MainoBa Plans DOWNX.a.c.end -

PBMO JtT-CBT Day or McM ( 267-9440 "J's
After t p. M. Juaalta Malott 2S7.TiSf

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V A NO DOWN GARDENDALE IMMEDIATE OCCUPAN Y

PAYMENT e aulfuf $15,000 TO $19,000

9everil tr|* LOTS FOR SALEt OI.rN
A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville $47H to "*M Home rettrtcted to Nee "t, almun,


F H A LOW PAYMENT DOWN Only 2 Miles West of U. 8.1 On Garden Street COWART & CARTI ; I II


THREE & FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY ROOM TWO TILE BATHS 9200 Garden St. Tttutw| -
t Phone: 207-3223 or 247-311* l
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Continued from Proceeding Page Help Wanted Mobile Homes GLAMOR GIRLS Real Estate Services Wanted To Buy


HOUSES FOR SALE I USED AUTOMOBILES. City
For SaleREPOSSESSED MALI HELP WANTED ELECTROLUX Auto Parta. AM 7-3686.
TRAILERS FOR SAL WHISPERING LAKES, 3 bedroom
: SPINET MECHANIC, brake and front 1H tiled bath, FHA CORPORATIONBrevard
five over 1200 on thic piano. end man. 267-0611 or 267-4018. HUNTERS SPECIAL I I valuation. $14,900. $450 down. Work WantedWILL

Take up payments. 1952 Continental 2672417. County's Only
trainee
MANAGER
KIRK 2128 SCHOOL W. Tropic OF 267-6888 MUSIC ASSISTANT prefer with military- house trailer \ / BEST BUY in New Smyrna. authorized factory branch. DO !ironing in my home,

t_ :I service hFnnh Excellent interior In excellent condition \ // Completely: furnished country Call Melbourne pick up and delivery if preferred .
.OLD NEWSPAPERS, suitable future prospects. Apply 60 $350 home. 1-Acre lot. $6,50000, Collect 1039 Alford Street
furniture Minute Cleaners, Pirtle Plaza $1,00000 down. Harris Real.
in packing and moving 267-6117 after 5 p.m. r 7235892DAVE'S Lakeview Hills.
wrapping fish, protecting ty, 930 South U. S. 1 TeL 267-
floors and furniture when Wanted Licensed TRAILER LOIS FOR SAL 0413. TREE Service, call PRIVATE HOME work. Available .
bundle SOc. any time. 2675805.
painting' etc. Big
Circulation >dept. at Star- Real Estate Personnel LOT 75 x 110, all utilities on LOTS FOR SAL T. E. Harris at 2672312.

Advocate, rear of building."FURNITUREDISCOUNT. lot, very reasonable. AM 7. NICE BUILDING lot, 125 front
Lots Homes and 8887 after 5 P.M.Motorcycle FREE !
1. ,
acreage age, 110 depth, with fruit WE'VE
Mattresses offered at Down terms trees. Close to schools: 287- L. P. BOTTLED GASINSTALLATION '
-warehouse SALES. prices. See us to.day 2. Low monthly For Sale 2903. COOKED* .

2111 Garden St. Nldy 3. Big earnings Motorcycle MOTELS FOR SAL Suburban Propane UP SOMEWONDERFUL' '
.Shopping Center. 267-5733 or 4. Paid ImmediatelyIn
1962 Honda
.267-1926. >f .' e 2019 U S. 1 N. 287-6411 I ;
the Cape Kennedy area 300 "Dream"red MOTEL, 6 UNITS on busy U.S. ,
BARGAIN HOUSE with windshield and helmet 1, $10,000 cash down, $200
-
New and Used Furniture and Call Chuck Ritter $350 monthly. Lot 90 x 200. Phone FREE ISTIMATES- I II

,appliances. We buy, trade and 267-6117 after 5 p.m 4AIv.2e 2675391. WELL DRILLING
and Collect
sell Refrigerators $25
''up guaranteed, 2510 HopkinsAve. 783-6441 Moving & StorageLOCAL FOR SALI OR TRADE Deep er Shallow

; ., Phone 2674705. Open I HOWARD JARVIS
,Friday nights until 9. LOCAL SEMITRAILER driver AND LONG distance EQUITY IN one acre north of
CAN BE FINANCED for gasoline deliveries. Must movers. Moving, storage, / Mlms, P.O. Box 1094, Eau IK .Fin. Klvcr Lululndl City, Florid
be reliable and have Florida packing, shipping, cold fur Gallic, Florida. Dial J87-020I I
FINE WATCH and 'Jewelry re- chauffers license Ira Nobles storage, crating Free esti OIWT+W diva he.14 w-ud,4.. ...

''r Indian'River Bee Jewelers: Inc., 1001 Tropic Street, Ti mates 267-3341. Brevard "Sure the '65 cars are all What I Real Estate WantedHAVE
City, Indian River tusvllle. Rldgeway Mayflower. gorgeoua. warns Used Cars & Trucks
know do I "
Plaza. get one? CLIENT wanting orange
TRUCK DRIVER wanted. I Real Estate groves, up to 40 acres. S. O.
all
SEWING MACHINE repair Steady employment. Must Shlnholser Jr., Realtor, 1501 '61 FALCON good condition,
makes. Phone 267-9208. have chauffers license. Apply I N. Peninsular, P. 0. Box 472, only $85 down 10 paymentsleft
ACREAGE FOR SALE Estate
City Hall, 525 Palm Avenue, Real Estate Real New Smyrna Beach, GAS- of $50. 2672154. FALCON
Help WantedBOYS Titusvllle, Florida. 8141. 64
DISTRESS SALE Corner VOLKSWAGEN Sun roof. DR, H.T.
1959 FUT., S
East side US No. HOUSES W SALE
COOK, EXPERIENCED, open. Acreage 1
$500, 2675127. V.RAHX2295
Ing, apply in person Sands and Rlchey Rd. 3 miles northof HOUSES FOR SAL

Restaurant 319 Washington Mlms. 175' x 600' cleared. I CLASSIC HOMES LET US 1954 CHEVROLET, new motor,
Avenue. High and dry. Will let go for 3 YEAR OLD home for sale good body, $275, 2679559.
$11,900, $2000 down. Lee Gar by owner. 3-bedroom 1V4 Nothing Down, See Us To- BUILD YOUR
NEED TWO licensed salesmenfor 1954 STUDEBAKER, station
Owner 267-3687
wan, bath. Fenced yard. Many extras.
11 YEARS Of AGE OR Real Estate office Call Central heat air-con. day. Titusville'i Best Home HOMEIN wagon, with :
OLDER Mr. Luck Ray Carpenter 165 Acrea in Brevard County at ditioning. Payment $65 month, Value, 3 and 4 Bedrooms, 2 BEAUTIFUL cheap, call 267-3930 ariorj

:We will "..d boys to deliver Realty 2678813. $115 per acre. Sorry, no $1500 down. Call 2677764. Full Bath Homes with Gar p.m.

.The Star-Advecate S after. FOOD STOREROOM clerk, phone Arrow Realty information., 2700 S.Contact Wash. ages. FOREST HILLScall 1963 VALIANT, V-200, with air,
MOVE IMMEDIATELY into 2,
neon a week duo to expan- over 21, with experience preferred radio and heater. $100, takeover
IngUro Ave. U.S.
on L
Ion of routes.If call Mrs. Santos, 287. 3, or 4 bedroom homes, brand BUY NOW today payments. 267-8947 after '63 PONT.

you are willing to give 1241. 198 FEET FRONTAGE, US 1 new in area of much higher WILL TRADEat HAWKINSCONSTRUCTION 5 p.m. AIR CON., AUTO.
good Mrvleo collect prompt' approximately S acres. Zoned priced homes Small down
'lyj and Increase your route by MANAGER TRAINEE. Will for business, adjoining Drive. payment and only $85 month. i Colonial Heights CO. 61 DODGE V-8 passenger $2195
.salosminihlp put your a p. start as drug clerk. Drug and in movie, Edgewater, Flor ly total payment. VA no downpayment Hopkins Ave. South 267.2061 station. wagon, radio, heater,
I
Motions In now at the circus sales experience preferred.Age ida, North of Titusvllle. Make BRENTWOOD ESTATES power steering many extras,
lotion department of the 2135. Apply In person offer. Inquire Box 197, west on Garden St, 267.8641 excellent condition. $975. 267
Star-Advecate on the cornerof Mr. Elliott or Mr. Stanger. ; Scottsmoor, Florida. AM 7-7142 or 6325655. 6243.
Hopkins and St. Johns, Eckerd Drug, Pirtle Plaza .
TWO BEDROOM ':.8. house, 3 WHISPERINGHILLS 1957 FORD pickup, will sell
rear of the building. Ask to 32 ACRES, Geneva, very high
.a.. Mr, Floyd. MANAGER TRAINEE. To elevation, wide highway yean old on Indian River. MOVE I IN reasonable. 2502 South Hop
start in tackle departmentSales Ceramic tile bath, modern
kins.
frontage. Ideal for deluxe '
EARN XMAS AND experience and know. trailer park. T. W. Mero, kitchen, fireplace, screened TITUSVILLE IMMEDIATELY! 63 FORD
SPENDING MONEYI ledge of tackle preferred but Broker, Sanford 3222481 for furnished:: ti room. Fully 1.1 Bedroom, 2 bath, Florida LET ME sell your automobile. FAIRLANE "500"2DR.VIRAH
not required. Age 2135. Apply appointment. ; even to TV, Boat.house Builders Closeout room, central heat and air. Browning Auto Sales, 405
in person to Mr. Elliott or with electric hoist, Acre and Va lot. Total price Hopkins. 2671520.
Mr. Stanger, Eckerd Drug, HOUSES FOR SALE fiberglass 17' boat 55 H.P. Furnished Model 3 Bed. 15900. Terms . $1795
WANTBD
FEMALE in
KELP IF INTERESTED a good
Pirtle Plaza. motor like new. Best of fish- rooms 2 Baths, Family Room 2. Two FHA homes now un-
4 LARGE bedrooms, forced air, ing. Will finance 7340367 Car 1959 Chevy call 267-2376.
SALESLADY I with Fireplace, 2 Garage, der construction in Port St.
EXPERIENCED all GE equipment. FHA $111,- near Edgewater. I Air Conditioning. Beautifully I John. $15.00000 each.
wanted, apply in person, Lost 700. $600 down. 267-3564. lot Including
landscaped corner Model Can Be Seen. Wanted To
I Buy
Fredrick's
211 Hopkins.
1808 N. SMITH Drive, Whisper. and
Carpeting, Drapes, Completely different homes
FURNISHED OR unfurnished, big Oak. bedroom 1V4 bath, '
TELEPHONESOLICITOR BLACK PATENT leather handbag 4 bedroom home, with furniture near Junior High, grade other Extras. from present builders in
MAPLE EARLY American
with green billfold, Friday washer and dryer, extra school and shopping center. $23,000.00LAST area.
Several lots available hutch. American
3. we Early con
at Draa Field reward
large lot and trees, Call 2673724.EDGEWATER.
orange .
267.5249. $17.000. 211 Diamond Rd. ONE will build to suit your home sole radio stereo (Maple) '
needs. Call Today. 267-4972.
SMALL frame 62V-WBUS
Per Hour 267-3871.
$1.25
Recently completed: 3 Bed'' COLEMAN CONST. CO.
Fruit .
house. Furnished.
trees.Close
Work In Your Own Home. Mobile Homes NEW GARDENDALE 3 bedroom In. $5000. Park Avenue rooms, 3 Baths, Family Kitchen, 267.2039 ENVELOPES Business Sizes t PASS., 4 SPEEDX1395
Private for Full stock at
Must Have Phone. mailing.
Urge Walk-In Closets SeperateStorage I
2 bath, central heat Realty. 103 E. Park Avenue,
LI StarAdvocate.LOOK.
)lust Have Insurance Agent's and Laundry Room, !2
TRAILERS POK HINT air t conditioning, built in Edgewater.A .
tense range, dishwasher, double car Car Garage. Fully Landscaped 5$5$5$1.
Write full details to: 2 BEDROOM, $75 monthly, garage, Large beautifully KINGSBERRY HOME is a on Corner Lot. -Reduced
furnished, nice cabana, landscaped corner lot, better home. Models available $20,900.00BUILDING
Mr. McCulla Christmas Park, cell 3682011or fenced in backyard, offered for immediate occu
stop at sales office. by ower, 267-7292. pancy. Drive out to Key Largo NOW
1330 Orange Avenue E. in Imperial Estates and ROYAL OAK =
TRAILERS FOR SALE IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 3 see our Vi brick or full brick : !
Winter Park, Florida bedroom, 2 bath, Florida designs. Prices start at 15,800.As GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB '62 FORD
MOBILE HOME OWNERS room, many extras, WHIS low as $500 down. Call 3 and 4 Bedrooms from $19,900 : FAIRLANE "100"NT.
INDIES, WIIITE, telephone PERING HILLS, $800 down, Manuel Builders at 2678495
LIVE RENT
.
SBUC.
work, experience not necessary $112.monthly. can 267-3669. or Allen Realty at 636-3790 NORTHWOOD BUILDERS INC. V
day or evening. Sal. Cocoa. PHONE 2674831 ANYTIME SEATS
ary $125 per hour. Write Box EASY TERMS no qualifying[ :: CLEARANCE
.A-2, Star Advocate FREE 3 bedroom, 2 bath situated on $1495e
like, wall to wall carpeting.
MALE HELP WANTEDMETROPOLITAN beautiful kitchen, priced 12.
120 down payment: and $30 I a 600. 2673096. ACREAGE FOR SALE N NN
LIFE month will buy your own full
INSURANCE COMPANY acre mobile home lot at beautiful TO BE moved, 2 bedroom, .

offers a career opportunity I In Lake Louise Estates. white frame house In goo LAKE and highway frontage Deltona area approx.
Titusvllle\ area Salary, home Don't Become tear up:your rent own receipt landlord.each condition. Call 2678726. 2000' on Spring fed lake and 1815 feet on highway 33 '61 CHEVBA
choice $45,000 with term. 41N
office schooling Increase.II ) acres -
month. Many families now reside INDIAN RIVER City, split FAC. AIR
earned. Excellent opportunity In our beautiful trailer community level 3 bedroom 2 bath. Many CHOICE acreage close in small and large $500 FULL POWER
for ambitious, salestype visit us and see for extras. $1500 down. $120 per acre and up some with good discount for cash. "
person. Age 25-40: ,Oha yourself the finest selfownei month Includes all. Balance N $1295
Mr. Cooper, or Mr. mobile home park. 15200. 2675821. APPROX. 2,330 acres between New Smyrna Beach and
267-7900, Room 101, 1-7 p.m., LAKE LOUISE ESTATES the Cape Indian River frontage ((400 ) more than r -411
Wednesday or Thursday. 14 miles east of Orlando on NICELY LANDSCAPED well H mile of U. S. 1 frontage less than $795 per acre N
kept 2 bedroom, 2 bath home, average.
Route 80 Phone 588-2761
208 Alhambra Street 267-5658
Printed Patterns OR CHRISTMAS PARK Other choice highway, Indian River, and railroad front. 41N
Route No. 110, Christmas, Fla S MILES north of Oak Hill S age lands available for reasonable prices.S. .
s Phone: 5682011October bedroom, 1H bath furnished
double garage, boat -411 '
61 AUSTIN
Specials! house, dock and sea wall. 0. SHINHOLSER JR. Realtor N
Phone for appointment. 267- A.40, 2 DR. WAGON
SKYLINE 50' X 10' 2 2326. 4!+ 4 SPEED
bedroom $3595. 1501 N. Peninsular, Phone GA I-8U1
STAR SO' x 10' 2 bedroom, ENVELOPES Bu! center kitchen $3695 for mailing. Full stock atj IStar.Advocete. | New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Big Savings
STAR Deluxe 50' x 10' Early American$3885. .

SKYLINE 54 x 12' 2 bedroom .

A E 4F Used Deluxe Trailers$4885. w N 1960 CHEVROLET 4 DR. WAGON :


'58 NASHUA 40' x 10' 1 bedroom N and '60 CHEV
Black and Whit with Pewtrgllde

: YELLOWSTONE S awning.17' x 8' 1 Location v... A real buy. Was $1iS NOW $$995 4' S/W, V4 AUTOX895
finest
bedroom. Living N R H
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT

MARTIN'S EASY TERMS MOBILE 'ill IN ALL OF NORTH BREVARD ? 1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4 DOORHardtop 4'


HOMES SALES Red and white, VI, Powtrglide.

Tttusvllle 1224 N. U.267-3081 S 1 FIPERIALESTATESCMted N Runs and drives good. Was $WS NOW $$495 4'

North of Overpass

1959 CHEVROLET BELAIR 2 DOOR N '
//V.4S.4 CmutrvayHifky 59 CAD.

4lrAs Printing Needs! M. II.V milt *..< _/ V.S. ,'TlfMottJe ... VI, Powtrflldo, Blue and White. Worth LOADED *
$$595 FAC AIR
See The Here is every living advantage for every member of the family, with homes much mere. Was $1095 NOW 1

) Star Advocate situated In rolling hills and near elementary and high school (both air $1395 ,
conditioned) major shopping center across Highway 50 and only *
1961 FALCON 2 DR STATION WAG.
moments to the new NASA Causeway. That is why more families choose

Imperial for their new home location! .
Jackson's N Baby Blue. Goo whit tires. I Cy.
NurseryS. 5 FURNISHED MODELS 3 & 4 BEDROOMS Standard Drive. Was $1295 NOW $$795'

Hwy. 1 Indian River Directions From U.S. r.. .
City On River MONTHLY 1 take Highway 50
fROM 1$89 INCIUOIN8EVIWHINGI I lust north of the new 1958 CADILLAC 4 DOOR
.
9159 BONANZAPLANT LOW AS N Causeway, and are .
drive" ft mile to West
STIES Cord with Power and Factory Air. A food
w'I 12/a-24'4 ( ANOmil OUTSTANDING COMMUNITY tf to Imperial entrance. N $$695 ..
P. SALEAnnuals COSMOPOLITAN CONSTRUCTION CORP. A god solid Caddy. Was $14M NOW
Pattern 1159-: Halt
anvA'oi unGisr QUALITY HON unions/
$
filies lltt. 14V4. Uh. IIU, r N
gO%. Xlft. S4M. else l.tttaka Azaleas 4' PHONE: AM 7-6501 or 636-8389 + OPEN 8 'TIL 8 "Central Florida
1% yards 45-Inch fabric Palms Hibiscus L Tradin'ett Ford Dealer"/
nrrr CENTS: in coins for Lugustrum Patio plants ry
i this pattern -. add 15 cents peat humus : :JmJt Chevrolet McCotterFord
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Curt two years ago. lie had a her 21st birthday they potiito f opt E IN THE WUai WORLD/ ENTIRE INTERNATIONAL SITUATIONMATOWRNflBRTIPSf \ NEWS '

difficult time getting a divoras eloped and I was heartbroken. 0.Poema WHYWE6ETTORFA0

because his wife Isn't the typo Greta told me her husband Is EVCRYTHINGa / YEAH!

who gives up easily. She got very bitter about the way I you harder. You guys seem to
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OF
custody of their two teen g e treated him and that he will al have mare spare time on your THE NINTH JUDICIAL CHI. tR4yQ

children. low her to come here to see me hands than you need. CUlT OF FLORIDA IN AND '44HC

Three weeks ago Curt's son if she wishes but that I am not CHANCERY FOR BUKVARD NO COUNTY 3MHONUTICK JI] VItT

was injured in an automobilu i welcome to their home Liquor can ruin your mind FEDERAL NATIONAL OF M IT MORT .
r
accident. At 2 a.m. Curt got a My grandson is two months your body and your life OAUK ASSOCIATION a oorpor R/

call from his ex-wife to come to old. I've been praying that one To learn the boobytraps of teen. a0 anon Art orienleed of Con,end._e..1(0k lIu..uant under to II

the hospital I went with him day soon Greta will bring the age drinking write for ANN the Federal' Netlanel Morl'..iAiioclntlnn 4.
Charter Act, hevlni i
of course. child and let me hold him In LANDERS' booklet, "Teen. age lie principal offlm la the City of n "

his my arms. This morning she told Drinking," enclosing with your Waeblailon, Dlitrlcl of Columhle.
When we arrived ex wu Plaintiff, tot,
standing in the hall outside the me her husband gave orders request 20 cents in coin and a "..

that I am not to see his son. long, iself' -addressed, stamped noUCILAR K. McARTHim and --- ------- ----
operating room. She fell into my MARY a), McAMTUUK his wife q
if Please tell me what to do envelope. l>!fon husband's
arms as
they were
SAD MDear STATE Or FLORIDA FMJINDLYWARMy ...AMD THAT ALL AD09 JPTOO't
Ann Landers will be glad to
still married. He made no at LC'ACLECUTIANDcuPOLYI HtCKOP AN 1C! IAAlflRl
tempt to unload her. Sad M: There Is nothing help you with your problems. TOl DOUGLAS E.: McARTHUR MR. a miAeERNATHt

Curt has been going to the you can do, but I hope i I Send them to her in care of this hie end wire MARY. mold K enoe McARTIillt unknown, ; 6p,

hospital every evening. I want your daughter will ask her clergyman newspi,per enclosing a stamped You ere hereby notified that a TAKE//1'C'STy i1 hPVITH t
suit bee been filed eielnit yOU In
to go with him but he won't to talk to her husband. self.a":1ressed: envelope. tha above entitled c..... end that YDU n w

take me. He says I'd better I If he sticks to the eye for an you are required to file your ..naver SOCtTENIHe.M

stay away because his son does eye philosophy he will regret It IN TEIB CIRCUIT COURT OF. with 0.the ohrr Clrrk raepon.lo of this Court llleadlnn end
He may hate the sight of THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT to eerve a copy thereof upon the n
not care for me, which is tree: you IN AND FOR BRKVARD Plaintiff or Plelntlffe AHorncyi.
I know Curt Is seeing his eex but he has no right to deprivehis COUNTY FLORIDA.IN ..bo.. name end dr..o ,le Crof >- r re'
and is child of the love of CHANCERY NO. K3I7DINIHB ton. Brewer Holland Silo Punt I
it
at the hospital drivingme :
B. MILLER. Avenue, Tltuevlll. riorlde. ant
crazy. What can I do? his grandmother nor is he ,Justified .... Plalntlft3AVID leter then Nov,'mb.r in. 1M4 If !
in denying you one of the you fell to > cree Pre
COFFEE NERVES QUENTIN MILLER, SR" ConfMia will bO'o'o' : enelnet
greatest Joys of the last of life Deftndmlt.TOl .
}eu for the rrllet drmaadod le z
Dear Coffee W hoe
: Nothing. n IiAVID QUENTIN M1LLJCH, lho aft
for which the first was made complaint This cult Ia to fore' ,
you married a divorced nan 0R, Residence unknown clog a mo.I..... Ths roan 11'011'
Ten are hereby eotKliil that a arty pre *<1. with children you should have Dear Ann Landers: I had a Complaint for Divorce b.. been Lot 11. mack Illl "Km lion ft, HERatO SOMETINO FOP. aUTVAN W1AR42R. DD I1 PPF 7AOATACf1AKYWAY10
expected problems. Your h 11 sband's tiled ectlBtt you end you ere required Pawn OARDKNH MUDI>lVIM. $*IMR.ASIRNATH1tOpOa CODER ANY MORE 00XSJRPAINTINO9t
light case of flu yesterday and to xrve e copy of jour Answer ION eooorrtln to pint thnrenfflroverd 4fa 1
ex has a legitimate call or Plndlni to the Complaintan u raoorded in Plat Stock AnalPR391NT
home from
on the father of her children stayed work. My tfhe Plelntlffe attorney A. 1. P.o. e0. Public Racnrd. 1:1 s '
wife went next door for a few HOKMANN JR., P. O BOX 'T2I County. KlorldWITNEBU .. PAST
when trouble hits, and there is Mae RITT ISLAND FLORIDA my bud and seat of
minutes and the I
nothing you can or SHOULD do telephone rang. end file the erUlnel As.wer or laid Court at Tlliiivllle ",....d IJ w, DUE!
I answered it. Some fellow must Plenrtlni la the office of Ike Cork County. Florida, this nth day of
I can what NOT to do erf Circuit Court before r ONa 011
suggest oe or the October, 1M4.CURTIB.
have been to call the
trying
however itb day of November' 1M4 If rrxrnNoaroo.
Coast Guard and got our number roil fell te do eo. Judcmenl by de* R. BARNIM (
Don't ask him any questkms. f...* will be leken xilnit you for p+aA/nsACTA1oor ;
by mistake because he be Clerk of the Circuit Court .
relief demanded In the Comletnt
accusations. Do
Don't make any wanted to know if the coast was Preverd County Florida OOWIt. ,..
By: Mary foe VnfarDeputy 2!!
not Insist on any loyalty oaths. LJK>NB AND ORDERED In TI. max
clear. lu.o'ill.. norlda, ibis lib day of Clerk a JJifALtBrlddM
don't act shook. (COURT 8HAI
And )
Now that I think about it I'm .eMtomtwr. 1M4 r talyw
CURTIS. BARNES Dot 14 21. W, Nov. 4 (Wed 1M4 Jw
beginning to wonder. What do CLERK, CIRCUIT COURT
Dear Ann Landers: I am a
BRKVAMD COUNTY,
think about this Ann Landers
you
SO old who FLORIDA
grandmother
year
? CHARLIE 81: T. .. tpeniler JIM'S TV
has never seen her grandson al.

though he lives within two milesof Dear Charlie: I think that DEPUTY CLERK: Profeitlonel' A CuerontoodSorvlco --
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my home. gag is older than I am and I'm A. I. Haeemenn I,.

When my daughter Greta no kid. I see by the envelopeyour p Attorney for Plelntlft' f 0 RAJNISH 17.3551 ywNruN,epyt_ I''

was a teen.ager she started to letter Is from New Haven itri.T::; ::. Florid US SO, IRC 1 Block W. of

go with a lad I disliked intensely. Maybe Yale ought to work Oct.!| 1. 14. 11. 21 (Wed) UN.Ch. I. R. Plato .. PJ

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\ Lakeview Hills Absentee Ballot,I Dressler Asks Slander

II Yard Of The Month Zoning ,


Looks Ahead In Deadline Thurs.I I

Award To Be Made ChangesZoning
Only one day remains for Bre-

RecreationA application acted vard Countlans to apply for Damages From Schenck;

How does your garden grow?:its. Judging will take place during upon by City Council last night absentee ballots for next Tues
Each month the City Beautifi- the last week of each month, new and imposing entrance, were: day's general election.
cation Committee of the Titus. with the award being displayedin topped with attractive lanterns, Florida election laws require

ville Garden Club will recognize the selected garden for the will light the way Into one of Approved application by Credit that applications for absentees State Representative Jim Dressler "has defended sex per Dressler is suing for $200,000

the yard of the month. following month. North Brevard's most beautifuland Bureau that the of Tltusville requesting cease five days prior to the Dressler, Democratic candidatefor I verts and drunks in the criminal -I I punitive damages on each of the I
at northwest
The accepted garden pointsystem completely unique subdiVisions property election. Accordingly no more courts of Brevard County and two counts, and Is seeking $50
honored will of Garden state senate is seeking $400-
The highly yard corner Street ,
at
Lakeview Hills. will be received
will be used: a applications because of his loose way with real damages on each count
display a beautiful wooden flower Design 60; Consistency 10, Located off Carpenter Road, and Morgan Drive be rezoned the office of Supervisor of Registration 100 in a slander suit against his the English language has secured I'

,basket filled with artificial Proportion overall effect 20; Lakeview Hills will feature not from present R-1B classification Edna Carlile after 5 GOP opponent, Virgil Schenck. acquittals for those people IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
of the beautification to BP to allow NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
flowers as a symbol zon.ing
proper
for that month. This Suitability of Plant Material 10; only lovely homes In the middle of business. Had been p.m. tomorrow. Schenck, in a public forum In who are now running loosein FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRK
Color Harmony 10 Quality and bracket but will offer operating Mrs. Carllle's office in the Brevard ," YARD COUNTY
award will indicate that the selected Income under year's special use Indian River City Civic Center County 1 N CHANCIRT. NO. ..101
suitability of accessories 10. added attraction for former North Brevard Rehabilitation MORTGAGE FOBECLOaVBB
as an
yard is the winner of the permit last week, accused Dressler of
JTIRST FEDERAL SAVING
Plant Materials 10, Quality 15, Lakeview Hills home owners I Center on the comer of
t\ND LOAN ASSOCIATION OFNEW
month. for the of Seasonably 10, Condition 15. exclusively, a beach on South I Sent to second reading two Pine and Palm, across the nodding his head in agreement IN THE THE NINTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIR OF SMYRNA etc,

Qualifications yard The City Beautification Committee Lake, with playgrounds, picnic i weeks from last night, applications I street from the courthouse, will when two of his party; workers CULT IN AND FOR THE Pial.tltf
month limited to COUNTY OF BREVARD,
the are STATIH
any is encouraging all residents areas, boat ramps and docks, by: Handler and Kleto- be open regular hours tomorrowand approached Schenck at Hub's OF FLORIDA.IN HOLLAND S.BALLARD aa4
home in the Titusville city llm- of Titusville to make their and other recreational features. mann for property located in ; Friday. Inn with a deal to pay Schenckto CHANCERY NO. 2929 aU.JOYCE J:. BALLARD ble wife, atDetndante
THE
MANHATTAN SAVINGS
yard a 'yard of the month'. Foundations are being poured Nova Heights. The developersare i Deadline for casting absentee "get out of the race". i BANK:, a New York corporation ,
Great Interest has been shownin asking commercial zoning Dressler is suing on two Plaintiff NOTICE OF.FOKKCLOtUBIALM
and the walls going up on .ballots is five p.m. Monday,
Wanda GriffinIs this project and many pea for property located on southwest of the election. counts, bringing in two un i iI HOWARD PHYLLIS and HOPE NOTICE IS BREST GIVEN
ple are busily preparing their the first in of the some all 500 new new residential homes I corner of Knox: McRae eve I named co-defendants, for what PHYLLIS bill wife" et Defendant al I Clerk oat I ef, :TJurt.R.will BARNES.sell at

gardens for display planned Drive and Barna Extension; the complaint termed a malicious CLIRK'g NOTICK OF IALIC: Public Auction to the highest aadbiat
area, only a short distance Heftier Construction Co. for NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN bidder for eaah at the Bre-
"Miss A.J.G. i slander in Schema's allegedly .
ward County Court House at Tltiievllle
downtown Titusville and BulletinTALLAHASSEE that pursuant to the Final Decreeof
from property located on Lee Road, stating in a speech, on Oct. Foreclosure and Bate entered In In Brevar4 County. FlorId
yet far enough out to have the north of Gibson Street, asking the eauae pendln la the Circuit a, during the legal hour of
19 that Dressler's involvedIn
Miss Wanda Gall Griffin, a BUSSARDContinued was Court In and for Brevard County, at le on Tueeday. the 17th day of
feeling of "country living. zoning to permit small convenience -i (AP) Gov. an attempt to bribe him, and Florida, Came Docket No. 29299 I November' A. D. 1804. urauaat to
senior, daughter of Rev. and According to William B. Axel-- center for the 120 unit Farris Bryant has asked for $2 will sell at public auction to the a final decree ef foreclosure IB
In the second count slander of
IB
th certain peadlne
at cause now
Mrs. T. R Griffin of 1127 First beet and SISheet I bidderfor
From Page 1 rod, president o. JEM Builders, apartment house to be constructed. million more in federal disaster Dressler's professional reputation cash between" the hour the Circuit Court of Brevard
Ave., was chosen Oct. 9, by popular principal developer of the of eleven o'clock In the County Florida IB which FlretFderai
Application was recommended assistance for caused
damages as a lawyer in the same f and Loan Anoolaitlon
Bavin
vote, to reign as Miss Andrew tlnel carried a story of bonds"found" forenoon and two o'clock In the ire
in South Lake area, orders are approved by zoning board on by Hurricane Cleo. speech when he allegedly said afternoon on the 18th day of of New Smyrna, la Main'
J. Gibson for the 1964-65 my desk. and Holland S. Ballard and
tilt
now being taken for custom 3-2 November A. D. 164, at the front
vote
spilt Frank Romans The state's for
; re- request more ,
"This particular desk was door of the Brevard County Court- Jo yce B. Ballard his l wife aadDtillae
school term. built homes in the $15,500 a $25,- funds went to Washington Tues ho.... In Tltuivllle, Florida, thefollowing Mortnefo ,o., Inc. a Flea
The selection was based on used by men for four or five described real Idtt corporation are defendant,
000 class with the buyers having propnrtyi
obtained in this .
The
t scholastic weeks and one portion or wing day. money Bullefi.li Lot 261, HAMPTON HOMES thu following deeerlbed real eat.at
charm, poise, the opportunity of selecting be used local or property together with" theImprovementa
their own lots and submitting manner must by SUBDIVISION UNIT NO. 6 according
used by clerk In the book
achievements and other was a Bald prop.
personal to plat thereof ai recorded
attributes. keeping department, who used plans or .sketches for FHA or governments in restoring vital In Plat Book 14. pan :24. Pub- erty being: u :di-er near the
VA appraisals and commIt- public services such as streets, lie Recorde of Brevard County, City of Tltuavllle IB B..areSC"unt"
Her attendants are F l lor i Is the desk before me as a filing didn't have time left in 10- JACKSONVILLE, N.C. (AP) Florida; Together with the following Florida and more partle
my ments. drainage and sewage. ull rly described a* fallow" :
cabinet for all bonds held by Itema of property which
Gantt and Linda Murray, both The Jacksonville D, THIRD AD-
12 hour day to become involvedIn rescue are located In and permanently I Ml S. Block
sophomores. the sheriff's department. When the bookkeeping of the department Axelrod stated that the squad found it had quite a loadon Installed u a part of the Imorovemate ITION TO SHADY OAKS a*
recorded In Plat Book U
Wanda began her homecoming my office was moved for the let alone surety corporation, during the next questing property located at .4 its hands Tuesday when it Electric on built said-In land rake: One k General Oven 154, Brevard County, Record page.
reign Tuesday night, Oct. third time in a year and I Inherited three years, would ,build more called to minor traffic J-420. One General Electric diehwasher llturvllle, Florida.
bonds. Holiday Lane, off Garden Street, was a i
WITNESS my hand and tb. Of-
6U- 0 One General EI.e.trIo -
this desk and its filed than 500 homes In the South
27, when she was officially accident downtown'street. finial Seal ef this Honorable.
"Sheriff Wilson has seen fit to be rezoned to allow continuanceof on a automatic clothea wisher"
crowned Miss Gibson at the contents, the responsibility for Lake area and this would be WA-450. One General Electric Court at Tltu.vJltho County
with 6 counts of Porter Hart requesting The Job: removing Thomas J.
charge me embezzlement nursery; automatic dryer DA-615-T, One See.t of Brevard County, Florida
Coronation ceremonies, followedby pursuing these bonds was no for doing no more one of the finest residentialareas property located on Conners, of Gantt, Ga,, who General Electrlo dlaooaal FC-1B-T, on this the IT day et October.AI .
ball the more mine than any other memo in Central Florida. One York heat pump P24 FR >. 1M4.
a honoring queen his
791 from
than following his instructions. East Whispering Hills Road and weighs pounds, /./ Curtis R Barnes CURTIS R. EARNER Clerkof
and her royalty.A ber of the sheriffs department.The The first two charges came the Danenburg Realty, a well Gifford Street to allow apart wrecked automobile. Clerk of the Circuit Court the Circuit Court. IB and
for Brevard County, Florida,
few of Wanda's accomplishments responsibility of receiving I day after I left the state on vacation known Tltusville realty firm, Is ments. Application was recommended The six-man rescue team useda Byi Mary Clerk Joe UncerDeputy Byi Mary Joe Unger

include: member of National ". the next four chargeswere sales agents for Lakeview for denial by zoning hydraulic Jack to free Connersof (SEAL OF THE CIRCUIT OFIflCIAL Deputy COURT Clerk SEAL

Honor Society, past president the result of my not pleading Hills 1 board. his seat brace Oct.COURT 21)(Wed) 1964. ; Oct,. 28 (Wed) 19M.
of the Student Council guilty to the first charges."It .

vice president of Student s is my understanding the
Council, treasurer of Senior Sheriff should be a servant of STORE HOURS 10 A.M. 9 P.M. i TITUSVILLE (SHOPPING CENTER \

class, member of N.H.A., Band, the people, in office for the protection -
I Literary Club and Yearbook of life and property. Not

Staff.IN to persecute former county employees -

THE! CIRCUIT COURT OF or conduct an Inqulsl-
THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT f 6dlM tion. The practice of attempting
IN AND FOR BREVARD
COUNTY FLORIDA N coercion by threatening further Get Ready For Cold Weather
CHANCERY NOTICE NO.\ Or 28640 SUIT charges is not proper conductfor

FRANCES LEE M.U..1.011.PlalnUtt any experienced law enforce-
ment officer and is most certainly I
CAM HALLO. VRTOI not taught in any Florida in e i I
Defendant school although ii
law enforcement
,A i I HAM IIS Apartment Wait MALLOS 3rd No.Street lOt this may be schooL"Sheriff common AT PRICES THAT PUT MORE PUNCH: IN

Lone Beach, California' practice in training
TOU ARID HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Wilson said yesterdaythat

: a.suit ta.lIdli'norOh; baa Circuit I been Bussard was correct, that
Court of the Ninth Judicial Clr. the desk was not his. lie further THE F\MILY; BUDGET
cult In and for Brevard County, j.Lw X10. ..,A..
"-- not his 1
it
Florida, entitled FRANCES LEI stated that was ,
MALLOW. Plaintiff. V. 'AMMA.LI.OII. statement to which Bussard took
Defendant, Chanoerv
No, 21640. You are hereby required Max Buturd offense, and that he did not
to serve a cop of your Loaner or mention his former employeesname
other written" defoneea to the
Cnmplelnt filed 1 herein upon and approving bonds, cash or at the commission meet-
JU8TIIOat. McCAREY,
for Plaintiff, P. O. Bon .Attorneya... Cocoa surety, is the Sheriff's. My func Ing.To
Boaoh, Florida and to file the original ton within the department was resolve the bonds question -
thereof In the office of the e
Clerk of the Circuit Court of II.... financial comptroller responsible Commission attorney Her- t ,
yard County, Tltuavllle. Florida. for a department budget In shel Carney told the commission .
.
before the
on or 80th day of November
A.D. 1M4. this capacity, my recommendations that it was his opinion the commission +
HEREIN FAIL NOT Doeree into the Y 1 v ,
or a were constantly Ignoredby should not get
....
Pro Con f. will" be entered I
..&lnlll you for the relief prayed Wilson He kept me so busy "collecting" business and should
for In sell Complaint. not act as agents for the collection
DONB AND ORDERED: at Tl- seeing how much the c o u n t y
tuevllle, Florida,, thl. ST day of commissioners spent on salar- of the bonds. It was ten
October CURTIS A. D.R 1M4.BARNES lea, how much the school board tatively determined that the

Clerk of the Circuit Court spent on buses, remodeling the responsibility of notifying bandsmen
for Brevard County, Florida funds of estreated bonds was the :
By V. .. roaai-ler/ offices using department
">uty Clerk and speaking on his Saturday responsibility of the prosecuting
/COV 1I :
U. Ne". 4,)11. li (Wed) 106 "Hurray for Wilson" program, I attorneys or the solicitor. rc

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