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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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1 IJBRARY! Of FLQRLPA HisrofflNiw j

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267-4711 Tltphon Number STAR-ADVOCATE Ntw Ttphon) 'Noinbtr ,


The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents A w I

84th Year No. l.U: 20 Pages Today Tituavill. Ptorida. Friday October 30, 1964. lie Copy Puhlsb m ; 7'.' Ini k and Friday I

''United Fund Campaigitfl'ts I '

h t L Lt
t t't at

t A I ; 90; Per Cent Marl 111 Area I II

*-Cinl" '
a "We're on our way", was the The report, made at a meeting loaned executive" for the campaign I ed a plaque for company Ins The report definitely means It ""l \Q"'SO far In this

happy statement by North Bre held here yesterday, shows i who has been working I I averaging fS or more per employee that the North Brevard area I ampmhnq fI
vard United Fund Campaign Director with business firms In the The firms First National
collected area; are Wiih I kl Fund
113.567 or pledged will get rid" of the dead duck tit camp -
Tommy Smith yesterday and Jim Luce of the United Bank $?.69 per employee. ,IIRH t,O rrfwrted to date at
which 90 cent of
represents per award which to the
when he announced the news Fund staff Gus Faulk Chevrolet $7.69 per goes area $.':5fi !sJ::!J MtW cent of lu
that the campaign had reached the area $15000 goal i, The group singled/ out four employee' Cutters Drugs! $625 : with the lowest l percentage each goal the r'ajJrS'lgn has been extended .

'I the 90per cent of quota mark Joining Smith In the happy local firms for their fine participation per employee and Citizens Dank I week North Brevard "W u n"l I >'wii,5lTks to Nov, 13,

I Iin the area. news were Burl Ferguson a and each was present. I |6 per employee ''I the award last year and has held J. M pi L I ..,l nlted\ Fund cam

I. .1 palgn nriii<8>;.in announced The
campaign' was originally sched
tiled to end Oct. 30.

The purpose of the extens
Ion" Orr stated "Is to allow for
Causeway Opens the umepoiled pledges to be

... returned to I the 'nlted: Fund.
I 'W &#-' .. -
Three of the 11 areas and df-
visors of the camnalen have already .1i -
DONATIONS Four local financial firms, First i exceeded their-goals. The
Federal Savings and Loan Association, First: Na- Dedication ceremonies and cities with the closing of the ly open The plans for the dignitaries present Include Col. two seek extension will provide

tional, Citizens, and the Brevard National, each madea ribbon cutting for the Bade:, gates to NASAs MILA area In ildge provide for a vertical, W L Maines. Canaveral ON. I other areas and divisions the

donation recently to the upcoming: Jaycee Christmas Causeway. south of Titusvllle, everyone except badged personnel clearance of 27.0 feet above tact Engineer: I S, Army I opportunity to do likewise"
mean high water at the center Corps of Engineers: which !supervised
Parade Bob Keel, co-chairman of the I
event is
held at 130:; p m today, affords The action was taken following
of the channel 1 when basculo
construction of the 11
shown above as he accepts the checks presented by another route of travel to the While the bridge will be opento Orr'i consultation with the 1 1I
leaves are closed: said Col II. mile facility, {'ol. Aldo II, Bag
from left: George Sullins, Brevard National Bank; thousands of North Brevard res vehicular traffic on Nov 1, area and division chairmen, who
R Parfitt of the Engineers: nula, thief of NASM<'iUtJHf'I1tIIIt'f'rlng I
William Nevinj, Citizens Bank; Bob Keel; and Earl (dents working In the Merrtt: the mechanical Installation for | f\'lt that the goat established for
Jones First Federal Savi:IRS! and Loan. Doyle Fris- Island Launch Area, and at the operation of the bascule All vexes using the water ( dlvlwlon and M:1: ]J. each was realistic and that with
(ien.'IOI.t'nt HuNton. commander i
bee c. the First National Bank was not present at Cape Kennedy leaves will not be completed I for way ate advised to exercise of I the Air Force Eastern Test- I their continued hard work cou.I : .
the time the photo was taken.-S-A Photo. 30 to 60 days, reports the Jacksonville extreme caution In approaching I pled with generosity on the partof
The new causeway, to be the bridge and to give signal fur Range:
of[rice' of the Corps of : contributors It would be
officially I I opened Sun. opening| as far In advance as Following the tcrcmony' a possible
Engineers U) reach their goals.At .
day, should greatly relieve the |MissllileOfficiating. demonsration! of PUNS and Irtrn 'I .
Bank To Celebrate
early morning and late after In the meantime' the bridge: at the ribbon ('ut. tlflcallon procedure) and an In. the north area report meeting 1
I. noon congestion which is steadily will be opened by hand for the ting rrrmony today was Dr formal coffee was held at the held Thursday morning an,
Increasing on the Tit usvllle passage of vessels! and will take Kurt Debus, director of the Operations and Checkout buildIng additional H6AS' \ was I'fportedbrtn ]
30lh Anniversary Next Month Causeway, The opening coin approximately 10 minutes to ful- Kennedy Space" Center <>thi.r lnlC the county total to $2S0j>
m uf the $36il)00.) .

Citizens Bank of Tltusvllle will i
rectors and officers will be hostesses
be celebrating its 30th anniven- with free gifts and refreshments
ary during November and gci .
ting the events underway will he A public cake cutting ceremony Charges Are Leveled During :
a staff party on Saturday nigiit: will be held at 2 p.m.
This will be followed by a directors Tuesday at the bank
and stockholders party Gus Faulk is chairman of the
Monday night at Parkway Junior committee planning the events
High with other
directors officers
There will be open house from and members of the bank stuff
Nov. 2 through 0. Wives of diCnmmtarirmer contributing their efforts.

Political Suit Hearing buyter

I l. Local Authorities Catch Suspect : I


Here In Missina Man Case State Rep Jim Dressier anda suing his Republican npponrnl t 'small laMe where four men In- scribed Prultt turf want lo see a reputedly up- i with ""'\If' already answered
.. Democratic candidate for for slander In connection wit I eluding Schemk: met to supposedly Sthenck said that although he standing man \btt dtttharnnl. Alno thai. Mr Starting

Miami Police authorities are mer Ala, was arrested Wed. State Senate, this morning accused statements made by Sthentk, discuss the campaign of f could not remember whether or it would be fresher In I the Dr 4wler call, he was prepare j
today returning to Miami a man nesday afternoon five miles GOP candidate Virgil I I I that Dressier' campaign workers Dressier and Sthentk. not Dressier actually mad any prI'le'! l minds In OckiUr than wl to answer any question relative
taken in custody by the Brevard north of Mlms, driving stolen Schenck of Intentions to have in the presence of their I ,. The proposition, as described verbal statement for or against It would be In May or JUlie In the cult but refused to
County Sheriff's Department, for car" and using the Identity of Joseph him (Dressler) disqualified the candidate tried to "b rib t e" by Schrnik, was that if Schenck the proposition he did ", I 11 Si'hem'k said. waive Me Immunity In the eleoKm
Investigation in connection witha Cohen Miami Beach who I Is successful in the Tuesday Schenck out of the rate would drop out of the rate there! and nod his head and The Drawler null arose fnnn ( cob! Infractions

person missing from that area had been missing since Wednes election, The alleged bribery ireetlng against Premier Bill Scott of looked straight at me." the allegations made by !Sthenck I "He (SchHKk) hat charged I

for three days, day Making the arrest wai I The charges came In a deposition supposedly took place in late 1 Cocoa and Oil W. A. wed When Dremiler an attorneyand stand two weeks ago at an In me with a felony, not a viola
Herman Shipley, 30, Besse Deputy Nick Ball who was pat I this morning before Circuit Mayor early June at Hub'i Inn doll of Merrltt Island would appearing/ In his own bo dlan River City civic AMMla-. I tlitn of the election laws," DresKhr .
trolmg the Mime School Zone I Court Reporter Gray Brewer, a popular seafood restaurant at raise $10,000 for .Schemk to run half, asked bthcntk what else lion forum In which ho iHiMiHhl malntnlncd
areas when he spotted the car. I with facts and testimony takenIn iharpes The scene was set by against "I'lnhead" lYultt. as the two talked about. Sthcntk to light (the bribery attempt, I In qiMwtlonlng Schenck: Dreg
Rotary Poll Shipley somehow had possession the suit of Dressier! vs, Schenck at 1 1.10) p,m. In a south the candidate said the two answered that they discussed In DreMiler'i dl'lJllf.ltlnn star inferred a collision between
of Cohen wallet Its contents Schenck, In which Dressier is east corner of the mom at a Dressier campaign workers de- the ojwrallon of the campaignand Starling asked him to waive Immunity Scnentk and elected Democratic

included some cash credo that Sthenck should lay off In testimony lot Infrattloni officials:. of the county and pointed ,
Favors Seven It cards nd Cohens Identification i the fact that Premier In a Roman of the election male, fillhit'h I to in artkle In a daily paper .

: Shipi v used the credit, Bendix Role In Catholic and Droller would I Dri-xlt-r. refused .. which Implied that elected
cards to buy automobile tires Space keep off the fad that !fehrnck I. that this half nothing to do county officiate had met with.
Demos 4 GOPThe and sold the tires for cash to Is a beer distributor the brlU'ry cane: Marling .1..1 Senator! (liven other counties ((4awiure

finance! his trip to Alabama. "We dlMcUHitcd the Issues of" I over and over for Dr.s- Brevard ounty that m

TItusville Rotarians At the time of arrest! William not eying on the llajtl/ tat vote i waive the Immunity, hut In cash I II matter who Is elected' nator.t"ontlnulod ,

pretty well registered( Democrats are Paul Pralher 20 Allendale, was Outlined At LuncheonL by not hitting at Catholics/ ur cane Diewilfr would resisted| ( On 1'iga 12)
driving the stolen automobile prohibition tn we wouldn'tundo I I I
vote that but
way I
but further Investigation reveal : what the f'Cuml'fltlclIll'flun.'

the Cross are; party apparently lines not to proneto vent ed !Prather was picked up hitch. F. Grams. Bendix Field 1 but the men now on the "NASA ways felt It of prime Importance ell has done," Sthemk: said I' Straw Vote

their feelings on particular! I hiking Shipley near to drive Fort the Lauderdale by Engineering Corporation presl-1 I and Bendix staffs and those Ito| get to know our neighbors Schcnck said that although/ he Jaycee .
candidates car Ship. who will be joining them are and become a contributing element remembers the figure of alleged -
I lfront dent outlined the
ley was found the1 company'srate i I
I asleep in j bribe of at the Hub I
Or it might he better said. trained to do things that have In the ctnnmunily In $1000 '
seat of the automobile and I in the space field at a : I Inn Meeting but he said that Results
that memlx of the TlttHvflte I never been done before and which we work and livee'v.. "Confusing"I I
under the influence of alcoholic i iI luncheon Thursday attended by later one of the principle In the
Rotarv Club pretty well vote ( I I to do them suueuifullyIn I had experience In this In the
beverages ITather I
for the man and not the party I I ed In the of his was releaxI ]I civic and community leaders of the successful ace'mipli-sh- U S. a.. well as 30 foreign I titter said that $0000 wu the I
Regardless' of what the reason I I Shipley custody could not remember parents. Brevard County at the Carriage rwnt of any Job we have il- countries he concluded I figure and later dropped It to I Br" fill Lr rlr)
$10000. saying that should' be
a wmnle ballot vfderdav where or how he got the wallet, /House in Cocoa Beach. 'enough to beat Plnhend I A Jaycra straw bllo IM Uw can: indlditte Rep ChartelIMIey

showed that R rf.rians f' lI'ed'Rt'nuJ'can I''! : gaMral %
< Miami authorities have been In connection with the contract iTulll" and Indicated If !S it hrtM N-'wntag by a mounding 1-13.
candidate Virgil I I wswkl' drier a '' or a two to one
unable to find Cohen. .111"1 margin
recently' awarded\ Bendut' 'MT ran against Itultt (he entire
Srtenck, Ed Gurney. te I "bit" If ask( HaJ
tfi I by John f Kennedy. Space. Cent Premier team would back me" .. Uw Mereatlng. state senate
Wilson and Dick Muldrew figure out the
algnifkant not .between GOP Virgil
When 1 they', Sthenck
while votng Democratic In .111 Floorco r Has NASA, to provide support said "Mr Drrwiler say did not p rtlclpate the vote Sdwnck and Jim Dressier,

other races.President : services' for the Merritt Island as voclfertoiwly: M Hd! | The etraw belkriwtt took DresalM. captured an almost

Johntton-Humnh I! Launch Area Grains said that J I the other. If. Mt looking at I plate l last night. at the .regular Iwo to UM Jaycee vote, 23-11.
rev (0)) 20. ", >Miller !i Opening Of during the first year of operation I I me while his campaign: m- I Jaycee mtMiif) at flteM. .Hank I Make that even Stephen: 22,

(R) 14. I about 300 engineers and workers were working up tM and after viewing the r..Ita,1! The ftepuMkan picked up
V S. Senator Senator Spw' technicians will be on our staff DDlltlcal deal" I It must he admitted. the remit ,I another race, U) go ahead 3-1

Kirk lard Holed R (D) 29, Claude New Showroom plus a management staff" j r In answer to 'W* at. are omfuntng to aay the least I when iOP long. Ed Gurney
( ) 4Governor I Ip to today he said, over 500 brnty, John surtHHfi jutonu that ,i the M mem>*ra and I I received a rebounding vote of

(Dl) 27. Charles Hay don Burns. Floorto, located at 1255 North Job applications have been received to whether/ Dressier. ever ohjMted guests aitefMftMg V were. regMered omAdenre from the Jaycee bysurpassing
Halley (R) < .
U.S. Magnolia Avenue In Magnolia by Bendix.; 390 applicants to the bride. !Itht'fItoIts sI TMWM-raU, 14 regMered Me Demo opponent,
Congress Congressman Plaza is having a formal have been i I he did no*. RepttMteati, two were. In Tom Kenney, tw .one: 2CI3.Rd .

Kenney Ed(Gurnejr D) 7 (R) 16. Tom I| opening of a new showroom this and 4jtllJl& Intervltwed'j "1 wondered why a .MM. who! ..p .B.BU. and three were nm Kilt..... Democratle candtdate -

State Senator Virgil I Sch : weekend I cant*. U a former Judge and prtaumMl reglateredAltlHWfh. :' for Counly ("rommlssloner

crick (R) M James Decider ': John M Candy owner of the We expect to to knuw the law would aH these i: owtmaniwd three. to and who appeared| the
(P15. i firm had a special opening. last I the rate of about IS per week ,: and be a party In wch. prwwdln !. :I one. till RepuMkaiw: maiuged meeting/ with .. opponent Mel
State I night for business trade only. fur the next five months" he ,? three of the eight. race I I feiiier. !not r'(ner 2711,
Rep (
James Pratt D A l) Rep He is displaying outstanding said. Vrter] asked Sihewfc: why .keyed. sans mewed m. walk i: And Mm tttna arlile proved
( ) Heraehel
Mays ((8)) 1. l carpet and other floor coverings "Projection be said "!Ine 1 he had waited *> long \\n "ex. I (be DemocraU taking five to be the beet "vote getter
Mete from the following manufacturers been made, Indicating that by paste this diahiifmAy". wd a M- 1 H.,.'i .hnw n went '! of all beating her Republican,
Rep (
Houndtree (D) 17 Group R. W.2) Bill l : Lees Paicraft., Wands the end of the second year, ed. "If It was dWnwent now MiMwater eked nut JotaMMin opponent for Supervtoor of Regimratlon -
(B) U Grady I Weve, Trend, iTJde Armstrong over MO personnel win be at why WM It nut MxmH HIM. I a ciao: rte 21-11, wttk lies I Il Barbara Johnson,
benff Sheriff Amtko, John Manville, Ken- work on the Merrltt Island Pro I Were you hnkinK fur the train eurge Wallace' recetviiig norwwritris I JVI
Leigh 'tJ. tile and Jcd." ," DreMler demanded I l
Roobin ; x puWklty: vole
no (R) 30 James DravwJy (D) I To ro Md nut the ballot
He noted that I and
'..1 "We are not (tau. Kirk I** .iisramahIe '
f" Election venturing a jwwi beyond the 'Both." the Rcpub lean. answered GOP caadHtaie tar US.agamet Sin III pell I the Democrat out of
(DM 1)) School second: year. but we hope to and added .that. he did sir. .pttmllaA.. a aerpetelag. tNawt I the poUtkal fire Democrat Jim'
Ed Mttle D
( ) 17. Mel Keener
Set Tomorrow be with needy edged GOP Incumbent
you fur the next decade tile grand' oU ma* dUe
(RI) i ." However. he said these I rfartda ........ s** !Sheriff .Leigh Wilson.
Cw-D Cheer Richard! (DM Mel-J) Sena* of iwtrucUon: far elec- figures\ could change because YMCA SecretaryTo Sfweaerri L Haiand, .ky a v.ne | The vote wa seemingly erat-
and toting machine 'of the scope and unique nature of nu Ic. with bealotera twitching
drew A) V Me Don (D) operators will be Speak Monday i iOiafk
held at
Tttiw- of..the projectWe up two race tor tile, p-tftiea a> last that the wool
I Ci (Dwt i vide High. School at II a m tomorrow will !be: doing things en John A. King, DeW YMCA: es. GaP I Ito I vote WM rattier baffling
> AD .
item clerks and iiupec :i wise and technical.rnd ,' The
the riurMa
Guy B It. Mtton kin I ecuUve secretary will be guest voting wu made through
klcGrR) .. are reoueMed to be pre* i ileet iy scientifically that speaker at MIJnd,,'* wing "fUw race, Mayor Hyd.n Hum : a prepared ballot and the voting
,phase I never been dune before, i L. ,. G.Mq "Woman Club U T....... awadly upped' hM BepuhW I wai secret.


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,. J TlhitvllU, (Florid), Stir-AdvMitf Friday, October 30, 1W4

Titusville (Florida) Star-Advocate : 1
( J Toni Kenncy EndorsedBy BOB HUDSON'SMULLET

Established 1880 s'1'IIIC''LYBUSINESS

0R104 PubUibed Mondays, -! Melbourne Times

4rcns4 .
p Wednesdays, and Fridays ,
Better make plans now to get ready for Citizens The MeN corn Daily Times eminent Is so thoroughly criticized .

Q"eaws By Tltusvllle Star-Advocate. Inc Bank's big 30th anniversary The "pioneer" institution b C
-I C> 1014 At The Star-Advocate Building in the financial field in North Brevard, founded Kenney of Cocoa Beach, Demo others conservative there are those persons uncommonly woo ,.,

/5H 1100 S. Hopkins Ave by E. H. Aahcraft and carried on down throughthe cratic candidate for Congress. will defend the ultraconservative

years by his wife James Cooper, Ken Copelandand by pointing out that the 11th record our Incumbent Congressman Interesting how the In watching what you do. 01

MEMBER: Florida Press AM'O; National Editorial A..', and more recently headed by George Morgan and CongrawhMMl District of FlorIda has established. news Is "played" by some papers
Is "at a crossroads and "But we do realize nothingcan We've been amazed at .n
Associated Preis in line with their political always
Bill Niven will have an house Nov. 2
now ,
open be gained without some expenditure
needs progressive repreMnlation thinking It Is easy to do the world-shaking topics that
Henry H. Hudson Robert Pro H.. -Hudson Mri ,Hazel Secy S..-Tress Hudson. Viet-Prei. through 6. And plans are on for a gala celebration, in Washington'The of money and we hold we've been guilty of It before, some women discuss during a ,

complete with pastel portraits by noted artist Ed to the of each luncheon.
Henry H. Hudson Publisher Robert H Hudson Editor editorial traced Kenney theory government we are sure.
Daud Dunn, Advertising Mgr S. L. Floyd etreuiaUOD Mjr. Stevenson for those people making new deposits in service to the City of Cocoa: level picking up' the tab It is something that Is not Just the other day we overheard ..

Raymond B. Rutherford, Classified Adv. Mgr excess of $50; cake cutting ceremonies, a demonstration Beach, his business life his for Its own responsibility. In this planned it Just happens that "What one woman do ask think of of another Red-
Second-Class Postage Paid at Tituiville, Florida by North Brevard Amateur Radio Society which membership on the Titusville- way Tom Kenney In Washington way. China?" _

Subscription Rates: will enable customers to call friends by shortwave, Cocoa Airport Authority etc.. could help keep federal aid What brought It to our attention "Oh, I really don't know, '.
1 Yr. 17.80.8 MO. $4.00 S Mo. $2,25 and emphasizes the fact: that the was the current "survey"that "
Carrier Home Delivery in proportion to federallycaused dear, was the reply, "but I .
number of nice "It Seems Like
plus gifts Only and John "
By Mail In Florida -1 Yr. MM 6 Mo.13.50.9 Mo. $200 newspaper favors him becauseof shows Goldwater It wouldn't be too bad ""
Outside Florida 1 Yr. $7.50 < Mo. $4.00 S Mo. 12.50 Yesterday" is certainly the feeling the old timers of his stand on: education, space Impact problems and accepting son "neck and neck" in Gold- suppose with a white tablecloth." ,_

North Brevard have for Citizens Bank for the 30 program, citrus cattle, mass such funds would not compromise water's home state of Arizona.

has passed quickly. transit, the cross state barge the civil rights of his It drew big headlines.
so awakened
years The draftee
canal and Fluid Control, all of A bit earlier there was a .w
constituents. ....
Note the Star-Advocate's first "color" advertisement roughly by his platoon sergeant
which, the editorial stated, the Johnson
about whether or not
"We think Tom Kenney could story after the rookie's first night in ,.
EditorialsA In today's edition? It's 'John Can incumbent congressman voted was going to carry his home
and would fight for the army barracks. "
dy'. new carpet shop and he's really got some againstIt state of Texas It drew a much "It's four-thirty!" roared the .... r
Brevard and this basis
on we
on: smaller story and with a much .
thing of which to be proud. Th Star-Advocate goes sergeant. '
"In this when central ask to vote for him. smaller headline
day gov- ,
purchased all of its carpet from Floorco and can Four thirty! gasped the recruit .

Retired? guarantee fine workmanship. Stop by Floorco November 27-29 will mark the "Man you'd better get to -' ,
Kqnnedy tomorrow
bed, weve got a big day ?a
down on South Hopkins and look over their fine I Additional Church News Oth anniversary of automobiles ." ..

election of outstanding, carpet P. S. A sneak: appearing on the beach at Day
One member'ot the famous Kennedy family is tona and Ormond.
preview was held for the trade last night. Boys usually are reluctant lo
approaching a real "focal point" of his career. First ChurchOf Westwood BaptistServices It will be celebrated by antique write much when asked to in .
Gene Roberts Roberts Growers
at Supply
In life he has says God cars being raced and displayed English composition A teacher
After more than 10 years public for Westwood Baptist ,_
his mowers are "real cutters. He has a sale goingon .
hit the idea of them
staked his claim to a political future on the U.S. Church, J112 Old Dixie Highway, on asking
clearing out the 1064 models and says he's The services of the First are announced as follows: Jim Pritchard and others with to write about something they ';

Senate race in New York cutting prices "to the bone". Church of God will begin with Sunday: Sunday School, 10 antiques vehicles might find it might enjoy as baseball
night he will either be that U.S. Senatoror Sunday School classes at 10:00: interesting ;
Tuesday Notice the Increase In the classified and a.m.; Morning worship, 11. This game. .
o'clock this Sunday morning. All of the boys really did a
without Job. Is day to encourage
a man a Sunday roundup
classified the Star
display advertising In -Advo a'
There will be classes for all masterful all about
to attend as From Virginia Burr comes a job, telling
member of the Kennedy everyone
He could be the third
cat. these days? These small and large ads are ages. this will be the first Sunday in clipping from The Grand Rapids the imaginary game all thatis

family to go to the Senate or become the first to among the best read portions of your hometown The morning worship service the building. Guest speaker will Michigan Press about a local but one, who chewed away"

have failed in the attempt. newspaper and have been for years the good will follow at 10:45 o'clock with be Rev. Charles Couey of Co "Berlin Wall". at his pencil thinking. Then

His opponent Is veteran Senator Kenneth Keat results the pastor, Rev Ronald Holder, Seems as though the Exchange came the thought and the teach
this. But the S-A has organized
prove a coa.Monday er found out later why the
Harvard Law School bringing the morning message. through Friday, at Club, with the cooperation
ing, a one-time Latin complete new department to handle this type of The youth fellowship will 7:30: p.m., a Revival will be held of police, put up a 12-foot smile while he was writing, for '

graduate and attorney. advertising under the capable management of meet at 5:30: p.m. on Sunday with Rev. Vernon Nelms of wall, complete with barbed wire, on his paper he "had written: ",.

Keating has refused to embrace the presidential P. K. Rutherford, formerly of the Miami Herald. evening In the home of the past Tampa as the speaker AU are across a portion of the city's "Rain no game. '
welcome to hear this dynamic main street. In it had an "
candidacy of Barry Goldwater. or, 3374 Elder Street they
with him
Working are Mrs. Sandy Kals.r, who Scientists tell that we're'I
speaker. opening called "Checkpoint us I
Kennedy was "dumped" as attorney general by has taken classified ads for the The midweek prayer service I
past many Charlie". taller In the morning than we ..;
will be held on Wednesday even
President Lyndon Johnson and was told in no uncertain months, and the n.west addition is Mrs. Stuart Christian ScienceA Motorists are In the evening Many also
ing at 7:30: p.m. In the home of were stopped, as
terms that he "wasn't wanted" as a vice- (Myrtle) Floyd, who recently resigned as classified ( Mr and Mrs. Charles Garrett, Bible Lesson on "Everlasting though to be checked for security notice too, that we're shorter ..
around the end of the month.
presidential candidate.So 282$ Westfield Dr. readat purposes, but were hand ,
advertising manager of the St. Augustine Punishment" will be _
it as though the New York race is The services of the First all Christian Science church ed a leaflet discussing freedom .
appears Record And the Is well staffed
so department Church of God are presently be- and how we enjoy it in America "Darn That bus went right .,
services this
more of a "local" affair than in previous elections. and capable of handling the needs of all. ing conducted in the Old Indian Sunday. pass without stopping
Church of Christ Scientist -
Voters of the nation may use the outcome of this Need a set of tires or one tire7 Goodyear River City Post Office Building First, Titusville, holds ,Sunday Virginia reports it was the "Next time, wave a white ,
race and the one for the Senate in California where Service Store has a special sale through Saturday This is at the corner of services at 11 a.m. and Wednesday "talk of the town" and took hankie ".

Pierre Salinger faces George Murphy, to determine and they'll mount !them free. What more could ,Hopkins and Coquina. testimony meetings at 8 thousands of motorists by com ride"I will I don't not;want I only to surrender want a-

how great the "carpetbagger" charge has been.It ask? pm at 109 Baldwin Shopping plete surprise since it was ."

is not known how the people of New York you First Baptist ChurchFirst Center Sunday School for built overnight. .
Whispering Hills Country Club's remodeled"nlteclub" Wonder how many people it
children to the of 20
and California feel but the Star-Advocate has the up age "You have been ;
made mad which might be must up pret-
area Is proving popular these days Baptist Church offers convenes at 11 a.m. In the
distinct feeling that people of Florida would react a typical reaction. ty late last night, Mrs. Jones, .
three worship services Chamber of Commerce build
Gwen Harmon and the vocal Instrumental every
violently if such was attempted here. a Sunday. The early service begins ing All are welcome. I saw your lights on at 3 a.m." ::,;
with long lilt of recent "Oh, I was just removingsome
group a engagements
at 8:30: a.m. with special A young businessman returned
In Nevada and California presents an all music and a message by the home tired from a hard dayat spots from Irving'spants.
Letters To The Edilor new show this week. There Is dancing and entertainment Pastor, W. S. Hardin Church Of God the office to find his two children ,
"At that hour Were
nightly with a Jam Session on Sun Sunday School begins at 9:43: Mims rushing madly about the ?" they very o?
\Iwith graded nurser. house lie gave them both a big
A Parts teresting to note that some of day I i .. classes and departments for Church of God Mims, Rev. scolding and sent them to bedas "Not very Just two ten-" -
Editor them would not even turn In The Boeing Company continues to expand In all ages Cradle Roll for the infants Kyle H. Bryan, pastor, announces soon as possible. The next spots and a five

their ballots because of the unfairness Brevard. It has negotiated a lease for about 8,000 and Extension by visitorsfor services as follows: morning he found this note pin :

It certainly Is a shame to see of the system. feet of office In the Invalids, shut-Ins and people Sunday: Sunday School, 10 ned to his bedroom door: There's nothing like a horse-
something so basically good as After much Investigation and square space building formerly who must work on Sunday. a.m.; Morning worship, 11 a.m.; "Be good to your childrenand back ride to make you feel bet. :

the :Miniature First Nlghters logical deductive reasoning, we occupied by" Brown_ Engineering Corp. In Cape Regular morning worship at Evening service 7 p.m. they will be good to you. ter off. :

awards become such a farce surmise that one or more of the Canaveral 11 o'clock. Special music and a Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., Youth Yours truly, God."

This is not the opinion of a nominating judges had to be a The Howard Johnson Co- "Host of the Highways" message by the Pastor on "The Service. And if you think you got "
"stage mother" or a group of Proof of Profession". troubles, pity the poor editor, a
close relative of the recipient with We Are Sorry For:
a fine layout here, reported this .
Irate parent because their child several awards including the Training Unions meet at 6:15: Mims MethodistA The Eskimo whose wife lest who had to live with the following :
was'not the chosen one. We highest award. month a 33 per cent gain In net Income for the p.m. for all age groups. him cold series of mistakes We

all know there can only be one Why were the judges askedto quarter and a 39 per cent Increase In net Incomefor Evening Worship at 7:30: o' Halloween party will be The nearsighted glow worm wonder if he shot himself, hung

winner In everything, but we mall in their ballots before the nine.month period ,"dln S.r>+etnbtr 30. clock Special music and a message held at Mims Methodist Church who made love to a cigar himself, took poison or just .
want It to be a deserved award. ? by the Pastor on The Saturday night at 7:30.: Sponsored ette quitely faded .away ;
the last play was presented Perhaps the Tltusville Installation helped with '
When one sees the disgust and To eliminate competition to the Spirits Handicap by the Friendship Class, all The gal who had to be home "A man with a sewing machine .

disappointment In the eyes of fair one, what else? Its share. Midweek Prayer Service: is persons In the church are invited by 11, and went nuts trying to to sell placed a classified

adults and young adults alike, Some big events are being planned by local Wednesday al 7:30: p.m. to attend in costume. watch four hands ad with the newspaper with
It Is really stretching\ a point
we know we are not alone. One shopping centers as they lead to Thanksgivingand Morning worship services are The deep sea diver, who was the following results :
to give an award for a non up SALE RD.
young lady cried brokenheartedly held on Sunday morning at 9 and coming up and met his ship com "Monday: FOR : a
not for herself becauseshe speaking sixty second walk-on Christmas. They're all conscious of the great Jchov'h'sWitnesses 11; Sunday School, 10; MYF ing down Smith has one sewing machine :

got an award, but for the We have hesitated to write this potential buying power in this area and are stock meets at 8 pm and evening The gal who ate strawberriesand for sale. Call 958 after 7pm. .

_ unfairness of the whole thing. letter because of our affection ing their shelves to offer the Di'blic the greatest worship Is at 7:30. then made rash promises. and ask for Mrs. Kelly, who :
Another young man refused to I'for this child and all the others The program to be held! at the The W.S.C.S. will meet Wed lives with him cheap. .

have his picture taken with the who did receive awards, but decided variety in Tltusville's history Better check at home Kingdom Hall, H.2 Noiwood nesday at 10 a.m. at the church. met Russian "Tuesday: We regret having :

other winners because he felt I I In fairness to them as well you'll probably find it. Ave, Is announced by L. D The study will be on "The Women A French wolfhound poodle In Paris a erred in R. D. Smith's ad yesterday a

and knew that there were si to the children who were so Shawver local pleading/ mln's- In the Church in New Nations "How In Russia" It should have read, :
are things
I I callously Ignored that this had ter, as fol'owlI'Sunday. FOR SALE: R. D. Smith has .
A covered dish luncheonwill
of the
deserving some deht? \\ hilt has me HO perturbed Is asked the poodle.
given awards. ito I I be said. If the time ever conies !Jut thAt r'rs. Jo'-nst has lx><'nTO'tv at 3 pm. a Public follow the study period. "Fabulous," the Russian wolf one sewing machine for sale. ::
I I I Bible lecture will be Cheap. Phone 938 and ask for
We echo the sentiments given by from the church
The sad is that this previously the people of the United State I of her o\>\n charts. has Many planto hound replied. "I sleep in a solId
thing Mr Shawm who will speak on Mrs. Kelly, who lives with him :
could have meant lot. Certainly I expressed by other vote for a man as President be- not pel'formed her duties as aclllwn attend the Christian Workers'SchlKl1 gold dog house on a sable .
the a well adults in Tltusville that the cause they are afraid of his I i and places the blame onMrs a timely subject, "Swords" Into at Merrltt Island, Nov. carpet, and all day long they after 7pm'Wednesday
Judges were Plowshares In Our [ Following : R. D. Smith hasInformed :
children of the First Nighten If lay. 1.5. "
reprisals they vote aja'nsth'm ('arllte.I fed me caviar.
qualified "If" they had all the I lecture 4:15 us that he has receivs
have indeed brought joy and will be I at : p.m., "If
under the
their we living 4 Mrs JohnHton old regtatra! "Well. asked poodle
gotten in nominations, and the Bible for the ed several annoying telephone :
'if they had not been asked pleasure to many In our town. dictatorship and many brave I (ton was dated Jan 29, 19W! at considerat Is taken weekly from St. Teresa's things are so good In Russia, calls because of an error In his .
I It Is because we feel stronglythat men will have given their' livesIn flux 9? list Atlantic Avenue why do you come to Paris"
to send in their ballots before Psalms 119:105. Your word u CatholicHours classified ad. His ad stands corrected ;
town and children are vain I Cocoa Beach Fla. "The Russian wolfhound leaned
the production of the last play, a lamp to my foot, and a lightto : a
Mrs. Los! D'cknuon: : forward and con.
"The Pled Piper There was deserving of "good children'stheatre" : Her new registration dated my roadway." Subject it. of worship at St Te whispering has one sewing machine for :
some terrific acting done here, that we felt It necessary Oct 1. 1C54 Is Box 213. 472 "God'i Word, The True Guide resa's Catholic Church are announced fldentlally. 'Well" sometimes I sale Cheap Phone 958 after 7 I

as testified personally by many to make public our pro Unjust Cl;argai North 4th Street, Cocoa Beach, For Man." as follows by Rev like to bark. p.m. and ask for Mrs. Kelly : 1

local people In show business testations. Editor: '' Fla Every Tuesday at 8 p.m. another Father John B. 0'Hare, pastor. Mho loves with him. I

There was one child with real Theatre Supporters The press has carried many I It Is public record at the Bible Study Is held on, Sunday Masses: 7, 8:30: 10 Have you heard about Metrical Thursday. NOTICE: r, RD. ; .

talent nominated and yet her statements by Mrs. Barbara\ I I courthouse that Mrs. Johnston "Babylon The Great Has Fall. and 11:30: a.m. shampoo It was special. Smith have no sewing machinefor a

name was not even mentioned What Kind Of Man Johnston, Republican candidate has filed for and received home en God Kingdom Rules" Weekly Masses: Monday ly designed for fatheads. sale I smashed it Don't call '

in naming the nominations In Editor: for Supervisor of Registration I I stead exemption on her proper. Thursday at 7:30: p.m. the through friday Sam., Satur 958 The phone has been taken Z

her category I wonder why The following is a quotation regarding improper registration ty at 472 North Fourth Street, Theocratic Ministry School l t day t a.m.Confessions. Your lectures are fine this is out I have not been carrying on :

Could It have been due to the taken from the Oct 23, 1864 Orlando of voters in Brevard County and Cocoa Beach, since January, conducted, followed at 8:30: by Saturdays at 4-5 all good and true. with Mrs. Kelly Until yesterday .

fact that It was In the same age Sentinel, page 1B: has placed various charges unjustly 19fiO She did not correct her the weekly Service Meeting and 7-e pm. But I'd rather get my lesson. she was my housekeeper"a

group as the winner who does "Using threats of reprisal and upon Mrs. Edna (C'arllie registration for the general election -- -- -- -'- ---------
. y .
urging a Democratic the Incumbent. 4
not have as much ability Oh victory as of 1960 and, as a matter of .
yes, and does the public know a vote of appreciation, Florida If any registered voter will< i I fact, It took her over 37 monthsto ,
the nominations were voted on Democratic State Cabinet came read the back of their reglstra correct her own registrationcard.
by twelve out of 63 children out In support of President Lyn tlon card they will find the M. No Year's WaitFOR

With only one or two days don Johnson's candidacy to a lowing: "Important Notice to Mrs. Johnston has refused to

notice\ the meeting was set purposely man" All Voters. You MUST notify answer or evaded questions regarding

on a Friday night, "None of the seven members registration office of any changeIn her own registration at
traditionally football and date actually came out In so many address. Fill in the following two political forums.
words and said that Florida spaces and return by mall or
night for the older children, so I want to bring this out
they could not attend. Several would suffer If Johnson won and person to the office of the Supervisor Just
In the interest of fair play
parents attended this meeting Florida went Republican, but of Registration" Tlndall. This Higher Rate
Mrs. Peggy
In hopes of changing It to another the Implications were obvious" It Is very plain that all a V\lt.t Indian River City
night so that three teens Upon reading statements like er has to do Is to fill In the requested

could attend and vote Insteadof these, one cannot help but wonder Information and mall it

little children who could not what kind of man Lyndon In. They will receive a new First ChristianServices Savings left by the 10th of any month earn from the :

spell, and some who had not B Johnson is. Does our nation. card In return. ilL Savings insured up to $10,000 ($30,000 for a husband :

even seen all the plays. al security mean so little to our As a Democratic committee- for First Christian flf and wife) by FSLIC a permanent agency of the U. S. :
President that our defense In. woman I have urged voters In i I Church of Tltusville are announced 1 \. ./\ Government
Fortunately there were a few stillations (mentioned In the my precinct to doublecheck to I as follows by Pastor 7. ." V 7" :

awards given that were deserved article were Cape Kennedy and make sure their vote cannot be Eddie Fine:

and we would like it understood several Air Force Base4)) are challenged by Improper regis Sunday School: lam.: MornIng .
that we believe the man but toys for him to play with tration. I worship, 10.00. with pastor'i :First FeAeral Sawney

who did the final tabulating was If, on the other hand, these Instillations I have found people who have menage on "Cast Your Vote" Current Dividend
honest We also believe the are to be set up InStates moved, since their first registerIng I Canaveral Area Youth Rally. Rate '

judges were innocent, although voting for President Johnson and have had them fill In 12:30: pm. Youth meeting, I::45 Compounded and. Lorn Association of TltusvllU

these members of the nominating one wonders if he Intends the back of their cards and eith I for junior and senior youth S ml-Annually

committee, who were to spend his own money er I have taken them to the group: 7:0. Evening worship Downtown Office Branch Office :
adults were instructed to keep for their duplication Increase courthouse or mailed them, according Wednesday 7SO: to 8:13: Open 9 to 3 Dally Also 4 lo 7 Friday Wasfclatfoa at MalaPa US N. Coqulna

their Identities secret it Is in taxes, or Increase the national to Instructions. Prayer meeting services.

I Prliiy, Octobtr 30, 1H4 TTTvtvWe, (Florlds)l. Sftr-Advectfe
,... 2

mack from Freeport wmweekend I of Troop 310 Boys Scouts: who i Miff....,
ng 11'1'1 bronchial pneumonia
Indian River "South Titus vi/le News guests oT Mr and lives at 315 EIIM Avenue". has He is .improving rapt
Mrs PHI J. Ruts 810 Detono' I I
been In Jess ParrUh Memorial dl> and txiHits' ( to be out again
Avenue. The McCornMcta and Hospital since last Thursday ((ontinued on Page 6)
Municipal Convention X dMrs Sandy Evans Mrs titer four children were former ---
Members of the Tltusville : c- <, Mrs fhvllts residents of Cocoa .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .-- .- .- .- 999- -
CRy Council and their wives 1 '" rv "rs Anne Louise Butt
left Sunday for the City of Jacksonville and Mrs sue Stiles Local Artist Will Iihlblt o WE GET THE MESSAGE :
for the annual convention Harold Uhttaker of 365 Indian
of the Florida League of Personals RlNW Avenue an Insurance Executive .
Municipalities x red Mra Daryl Punts ot and In private life a for you :
Those attending were Randy fV'ri' M John and their two painter of skill, will exhibit
Nunnally and wife Barbara; \i sons Michael and Stephen eight of his paintings at the
Glen Young and wife Juanita; were guests at a dinner last 'forthcoming First Annual Side : = J.(1N&. :
Bob Feeney and wife Collette: j Sunday evening' at the home of walk Art Festival to be held
Cleveland Talmage and wife. Mi and Mrs Robert Clabaugh. Nov. '-7.
Ton) and Mayor Bill Walker and m l"arlyile Ave 0 Tiiusvllle Area Cocoa & Cocoa Beach 6O

wife, Marian. The group stay. + lrt In Hospital 267-5539 &36.7031.
ed at the Robert Meyer Hotel I Mr and Mrs H G. McCoy\ Donald M\ Malott. member eooooeooeeeeeeeeioW'CITIZENS
In Jacksonville. j|
Attending the convention were 4a II --
about 4.000 people from cites: J. ,rt' r "
1'1" i
I !
all over Florida Sunday the
group registered and were hosted ".. .f I> ,
at a banquet given by the .
City of Jacksonville. I :. ,
The heard and .... '
group saw ..' "j). ,; s
some Important and impressive ,::". '
people while attending the Convention

Including President .. '
Johnson, who arrived in Jacksonville .... ''- ,,... .. \. '" J.

at noon on Mondayand You're
Haydon Burns, prospective BIRTHDAY PARTY-Pamela Simms, were, left to right: Front row Alex
Governor of Florida. Also ad daughter of Larry and Clare Simms, Rose, Laura Greenawalt, Pamela. Ka-
dressing the group at a lunch recently celebrated her fifth birthdaywith ren Enderbrok, Joanne Woerner, Tommy -
eon was Senator George Smath- a party for her little friends. EnJoying Nunnally; back row-Debbie Dean LlViteci 1 o
ers of Florida. games, pink cake, pink punch Michael Funk, Susie Nunnally, Nancy
and cups of candies and toy favors Collura.
Boy Scout News

The regular weekly meetingof Boys from Troop 310 are Invited Penny Kleffer Ken Tipper and Instruction was given in the r
Boy Scout Troop No 310 was I to attend. Time will be James Spencer Dr W. S. manufacture of decorative' uri.LMxIMl.U| ,'
held at the Civic Center last from 7:30: till 10:30 p.m. Hardln will give the devotional Christmas candles; in working
Tuesday evening. The opening Roddy Northcutt, assistant A brief open house will be plastic crystals into many use- tiSfStf* Diamond VfS
ceremony was in charge of Roy I Scoutmaster, who recently got held after the program ful articles and In making reed Anniversary
Malott, assistant Senior Patrol married, was presented a gift bird cages !
Leader. of an electric slicing knife from Weather Station Tour Celebration
The patrols were given time the Scouts. The Stage III sixth year classof r IRC Tourist Club ggp- \
to start planning menus for the Two new Scouts transferringfrom Edward Fine of Coquina The Tourist Club, which has
Canaveral District Camporeeto a troop in Tampa were Introduced Elementary School toured the been dormant since early in Steve Walker Life 6
be held November 1315 -
weather station at Patrick Air Spring, will hold the first meet
Cocoa Each patrol made outa Rank, and Scott Walker Star Force Base lasl1\londay. ing of the M4-M Season, aPotLuck
menu for the camporee for Rank They both joined the Major Reneau explained the Supper at (:00 p.m. XIt's Our 30u' ANNIVERSARY 4
which they will be in charge of Wolverine Patrol led by Joe
functions of the various instruments next Wednesday evening, Nov ,
buying the food and cooking the Kyle ,
used for collecting and 4, in the Civic Center
meals. They also worked on Closing ceremony was the recording "perishable" weather Mrs Paul E Mann asks that
a duty roster for their patrol reading of a Greek Myth about each OPEN HOUSE
information Thereafter Sergeant guest bring his or her own
which will be posted and follow the Stars by the Scoutmaster, William Baker guided the complete table setting and a
ed at the Glen Archer
Camporee. students through the weather service spoon for the dish of
While the boys were working, food The Directory Officers and
Observation Tower, located one she brings. Staff Cordially
from the Committee
some men Troop November P.T.A. MeetingThe mile down the runway of the Invite You and Your Family
weer In an adjoiningroom
conducting a Board of Re Coquina Elementary i Air Field I I Farewell Party t To Participate In Our .
view Adults present for this School P.T.A. will hold a meet Mrs Sandy Evans was the Gala Celebration!
were Roddy Northcutt, Ed Merriam ing at 8:00: pm, on Nov 2. The WorkshopA guest of honor at a Farewell
E. N. Shephard and William program will be a panel dis- workshop was held last Party held at the Ranch House
B. Walker. cusslon on the subject of Beter Wednesday at the home of Mrs Restaurant in Tltusville by the I
Boys appearing before the Communication between Ethel Currey, 244 Swift Avenue Young Homemakers' Club last' FIIEE u
Board and passing their requirements Parents and Teachers,'* under the sponsorship of the Tuesday evening, Oct. 27
were: Don Shepard, Robert Hudson. S-A editor Indian River City Homemakers' Sandy, the former presidentof s Gifts
second class; Roy Malott, Ed. and chairman of the Brevard Club. this club, was presented with
Freeman and Joe Ferguson, County Board of Public Instruction Present were Mrs Florence her past-president's pin Mrs + AND RIFRISHMINTI
Life, Rhett Murphy and Jay will act as moderator. Strom, vice-president, Mrs. Ann Caye Harris, the newly-elected FOR IviRYONgI- q,4
Ferguson, Tenderfoot. Representing the teacherswill Workman, Mrs Catherine Hell 'president, was given the Presi ?
The Scouts were reminded of be Mrs. Irma Norman Mrs, penstell, Mrs Lillian Karberg dent's pin and gavel.
the Halloween Dance given by Virginia Burgess and Luther Mrs Anita Smith, with Mrs. I Attending the farewell were
Girl Scout Troop 551 on Oct. Rogers Acting as representatives I I Currey and Mrs. Muriel Graham Mrs Robbie Clabaugh, Mrs.
ober 30th (Friday evening). of the parents will be Mrs president, as instructors I Rita Collura, Mrs Jerry Draw
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Welch Miller

I EngagementAnnounced 1.-- 'round town I

will. carton
Phone 267-W94: baroara

.r"_ r.rr""m"c1/' n-. V'H""Nr ,""" Mr and Mrs. L. N, Welch of I Cultural activities the North SmIth Dr., and Chain Mason, winner, she was tilted with happiness

Charleston W. Va., announce Brevard area will get a boost son of Mrs Dorrtt Mason plana I almost to toe point tf
the engagement of their daughter next spring when Titusvlllo presents December wedding In SI Gab tears and was unable to read
Barbara S, to Joe G. Miller 4 its first annual Arts Festival riels Episcopal Church the poem. Master of ceremonies
r also of Charleston, the son under the sponsorship of Fink candles and a gay pink Johnnie Hogan came to
of Mrs. Margaret Miller and Pride, Inc.Interested. umbrella topped with a tiny bouquet the rescue and read Nancy's
.the late Mr. Brown Miller Individuals hare and blue streamers madea poem which we feel must have
I Miss Welch, a former resident been meeting during the past perfect centerpiece for the been the sentiments of at least
of this city, is the sister of Mrs few weeks with Dr. Alvin Kahn, refreshment table. Mary Kay most of the youngsters nominat
Kenneth K. Shafer of Indian chairman of Pride's esphetlcs served punch, coffee, nuts ed for an award because of
River City She is employed by committee; Ed Stevenson ad- mints and a beautiful cake decorated their outstanding ability. Nan
the Cohen Drug Co., and is a visor and Mrs. Goldie DeaD, coordinator with large multicolored cy's poem went like thl:
Freshman at Center College. to select a Festival roses blue and white bells and "Thank you for having me In
Charleston. Committee representing an a congratulatory "Best Wishes one of your skits,
Mr Miller Is currently servo phases of the arts. Dout'. For every play you have ever
ing with the Navy overseas. The Mill Berber Welch Mrs. Ruth Kingman will represent A pretty white guest book on put on has always been a hit
couple plan a March wedding. the Titusviiie Art League the hall table was enhanced bya Your nomination has filled me

Balloons To with John Chapman acting as miniature bride and groom with pride and joy of heart.
Drop drama chairman, Mrs. Jacob and a large white candle placedone I'm thankful for your selection I
At Noon SaturdayOver Big Halloween Hannemann as music chairman on each side. Included in to fill that splendid part. '
and Mrs. Helen Dolfls, representing the guest list were Mrs Watts I hope I can return again and ,'I
t ti tr tt 100 balloons will drop the Titusviiie Junior; Mrs Mason, Mrs. Orel Orvis hope you guide my way.
S from the sky at noon Saturday.The Carnival Set Woman's Club, will serve as I. III Mrs. E. A. Smith. Mrs. Herbert Thank you all and bless you,
occurrence will be an advertising business manager. Ruch, Mrs. Ike Rigcll, that's all I have to say"
stunt by the publicity Objective of the festival, according Mrs. W. H. Bennett, Mrs Sumner -
committee for St. Teresa's At RiverviewDo to Mrs. Dean, is "to unify Ferguson, Mrs. Phil Cran- The Miniature First Nlghters
Carnival for IDII4. It will advertise I all phases of the arts Into nell and Mrs. Phil Claybourn. will be taking part In Titusvtlle's
i the opening of the carnival you like a parade Do you one major endeavor each year". first annual Arts Festival next
on the church grounds on thrill to ghoulles, ghostles and I The week long event is scheduled This Is the weekend for Titus April along with the two adult
November 5th through the 8th. for April 4-11 and win In- viiie Garden Club's big flowering theatre groups. Since this festival -
I Every other balloon will have long legged beasties and clude an art exhibit on displayIn tree and shrub sale at Blan Is scheduled for the closing
,one free ticket which will entitle things that go bump in the Dummit Castle, a musical ton Park, and a good time to of school, it will be necessary
.& -.. .. of the 8 amusement rides theatre Mask and been to for
one Riverview PTA carnivalwill group; wanting get your young people in the area will be
which will be featured duringthe Hammer Players, Titusviiie Little yard. There will be a wide variety able to participate before a
REHEARSE 'FAIR LADY' SCENE-: Gene Putman as Eliza Dollttle James be iU Halloween parade.
running of the carnival.K. Theatre and Miniature First of trees and shrubs all at play can be selected.
Three of the lead characters In Titus. Rose as Henry Higgins and John Chap T. Moran the publicity The parade Is open to all pre Nlghters, and a grand ball planned reasonable prices. Proceeds
vllle Jr Woman's Club production of man as Col. Pickering. The show will chairman, has announced that school and elementary school for the final evening. from the event will be used to All young people up to 19 in.

'My Fair Lady' are shown rehearsingone be presented Nov. 6, 7, t3 and 14 In the the drop will occur at noon and children. It will begin at 10 a.m. Anyone wishing to work with beautify the Islands along U.S. terested production In taking part in this to
are requested
of many comical scenes in the Titusviiie High Auditorium.-Carlson that aside from a free ticket in Saturday, Halloween, on the the Festival Committee is urged 1 In Titusviiie. 2673994.
phone Only those who
musical production. From left are Photo. every other balloon, there will grounds of Riverview School. to phone Mrs. Dean at 287-2639. specify their interest at this I
be a prize offered to the person There will be eight groups in the Having a good time fishingand time will be notified of the tryouts .
FG Newcomers Club who brings in the balloon which parade ranging from preschoolto Lovely bride elect Dotty "Just plain visiting" in Titusviiie due to school conflictions.
has traveled the farthest distance. I the sixth year. Each group Watts was honored with a bridal this week are Mr and -
Garden Club Continuing Enjoys LuncheonThe This will be a cash prizeof will have 10 winners, one each shower this week In the homeof Mrs B. G. Pate of Johnson
I $10. for the spookiest, most Halloween the charming hostess, Mrs. City, Tenn., parents of Doris I .
October luncheon meetingof The same day the publicity like, prettiest, ugliest, Mary Kay Vopelak, 443 Abbott (Mrs. Joe) Campbell, 17 North
Efforts To Win Contest the Florida Greeters Newcomers committee will give away ballo most original, cutest, funniest, Ave. Dotty, daughter of Mr. and Williams Ave. Accompanying .
Club was held at the ons at the various shopping centers most unusual, most elaborate, Mrs. Thomas L. Watts, 1808 the Pates on their short vacation -
Whispering Hills Country Club, in the Titusville area. and best parent constructed cos are Doris' brothers, Bill,
Titusviiie Garden Club's munlty organizations participation with over 36 members and tune: From the group winners F.N.A. Secretary Jack and Teddy and cousin Dan
chances of winning the Civic Improvement and public awareness quests attending. Pink Lady ScheduleThe 10 grand prize winners will be. ny.
Contest, co-sponsor- I Greater Pride Inc. in cooperation Following an invocation by selected. To Address Nurses
td by The Florida Federation with the Garden Club Is In Mrs. Pat Rechlln, a gift of ap- Pink Lady Schedule for Next week Is National Chil the beautiful .
Of Carden Clubs, Inc. and Sears ho process of organization of a predation was presented to Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital, The carnival will feature District 39 Florida Nurses Association dren's Book Week followed the W 1
Community Improvement Fund, Beautification Advisory Board, Mrs. Ann Houchins by Mrs. week of Nov. 1-7, Is as follows: many attractions for childrenand is Inviting all nursesIn week after by National Education T.
ire if activitiesof Nov. 1- Morning: adults alike. These attractions the North Brevard area to Week time to stop rust I
Increasing dally and It is this Board which is Claudia Zanetta club president. Sunday, a good we'd
previous weeks are any indication working through Its different Mrs. Houchins who is leavingfor P Wilson, T. Wilson, L. Rash; will open at the end of the attend the Nov. 3 meeting when say, to acquaint your children Derus10AS w:
of afternoon M. N. Cason evening parade and will remain open until Miss June Beauvali executive with the
community awareness representatives to promote this Miami later this month was : ; library facilities available AD-
,+ and according II. Conner. 4 p.m. secretary of the FN.A will be in this In
participation, ,semifootball game. Tht instrumental In establishing the : area. order to WRineDON
to Mrs. Hilda Cowart Board Is composed of a repre- Newcomers club In the Titus Monday, Nov. 2 Morning: There will be hoop throwing, guest speaker.The encourage children to visit the TYer
? The purpose of the contest Is sentative from the Garden Club, viiie area this past year. M. E. Busby; afternoon: M. cake walks, a white elephantsale meeting will be held m library, a special story hour ?
"to enlighten, enthuse and Ignite from "Pride", from the Cham A gold mum floral arrangement Long, G. Sellers; evening: H. grab bag, country store, the Friendship Room of FI r s t will be held next Wednesday at DON WILSON
community wide action ber of Commerce Board of Directors by Mrs. Fran Partelow of Conner, E. Stout, J. Meeker. bean bag throw, fish ponds, Federal Savings & Loan Association 4 p.m. in the TltusvlUe Library,
of Titusviiie at 8 HUSH ni ROLL m SPRAY l\
for civic improvement through from the Junior Wom Flowers by Fran decorated the Tuesday, Nov. S Morning: spook house, treasure hunt, p.m. with Miss Cambetes, a teacherat
planned beautification; to en an's Club of Titusviiie, from the table. F Young, L. Pettit, F. Tuten; balloons, pocket ladies, etc. An Miss Beauvais will discuss the Whispering Hills Elementary Why buy two when one will dot *
hance neighborhood beauty; 1m- Indian River City Woman's afternoon: F. Thompson C. added attraction will be an art structure and various programsof School, reading a favorite story Deruito primes, finishes, beau- *
the of business Mrs. Florence Meeks, owner Mathl- F.NA, including the much to the children. titles, protects An array of
trove appearance Club, from the Clvltan Club, Thompson; evening: B. show of students' work which
and president of the Florida discussed Economic Security beautiful colors
areas; beautify Industrial Greater Titusviiie Kiwanis Club, son, P. Filer, B. Lee. will be for sale. Half-plnte to
locations; provide a pleasing KIwanis Club of Titusviiie, Jun Greeters Service Inc., Introduced Wednesday, Nov. 4 MornIng Program. Little Nancy Sasko, one of the gallons, Including. hill-quart
appearance to all public and for Chamber of Commerce of Ti- the services hostesses, Mrs : M. E. Busby, S. Simms; If you are hungry, there will Nurses currently registered in Miniature First Nighters "Os prey cam.I
private areas In the community; tusville, Junior Chamber of Helen Walsh, Mrs. Dorothy afternoon: K. Goethe; evening: be hotdogs, hamburgers and coffee any state may become membersof car" winners, was so thrilled to I FACTORY PAINT !
and to stop blight and decay of Commerce of Mime Lions Club, Sparling and Mrs. Francis El- J. Bartlett, K. Phillips In the cafeteria, snow cones, the National Association be nominated for her portrayal
party' Optimist Club and Rotary Club, rod Each was presented a Thursday, Nov. 5 Morning: popcorn, and soft drinks. through the State Association of Little Red Riding Hood, she OUTLET, INC. I.
Two activities are planned for as well as a member of the City lovely carnation corsage. L. Walding, B. Jones, S. Me- The annual Halloween carnival where currently residing. wrote a lovely thank you poemto I Baldwin Shopping Center
Election of officers held
his<< weekend a shrub and Conch was Carville ;afternoon: W. Whalen, I the adult members of the I
at Rlvervlew has attracted
and new officers for 8485 are: McNeff ROTC Cadet
tree sale at Blanton Park on
G. H. Bailey even As it
In addition business and pro President, Mrs. Pat Rechlln; Singleton ; much attention In the past for group. happened, when
Friday Beautlflcation and Saturday Bowl"-football and a fesslonal men of the communityare Vice President Mrs Pat Shack ingS.: Balongue, M. Spears, J. Its unusual variety of events Joseph Claude McNeff II, son Nancy was announced as a _.
C. Oliver. -- --
showing their confidence In leford; Secretary, Mrs. Lucy IloRktns, and for its excellent parade. of Mrs. Anne Shirley McNeff,
on Sunday afternoon at 2
Came those leaders In Friday, Nove. 8 Morning:
by advertising Taylor and Treasurer, Mrs. Since all\ children up throughthe 1611 4th Ave, Tuscaloosa, Ala.,
pm..Playing the program for the football Mary Overholt. D. Stout, M. Ramsey; afternoon elementary school are eligIble Is presently enrolled as a cadetin TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER-10 am 9 pm
In the Beautification game, and by purchasing of New members who joined In : R. Kingman, A. Jackson, for the parade, you are encouraged the Army ROTC at the University -
Bowl classic on Sunday afternoon *
tickets. B. Wright; evening: B. Bell, M.
to dress child in of Florida. Cadet Mc COSMETICS
the month of October are: Mrs. your
will be the Winter Park
TltusvlUe High[ i School's"Pride" Monhollon. his best Halloween vesture and Neff graduated from Titusviiie
Dorothy Bowles, Mrs. Polly Sul-
Parkers, a central Florida undefeated I
Board member, Tricla Saturday, Nov. 7 Morning:
tins, Mrs. Llblecz Mrs. go to Riverview on Saturday. High School.REELECT DEPT.
semipro team and the Taylor, Is working with her fellow S. Gault; afternoon: B. Ziegler, --- .
Tampa All.Stars. Football fans students to assist in the Joyce Godfrey and Mrs. Edna E. Childers: evening: L. Rash,
in Brevard County and the surrounding ticket sales. Other Pride members Canten. R. Martin, P. Stamp.
areas will have an opportunity are handling various facetsof Guests attending were: Mrs. Jjndsoi1teI
to see a good football the game plans. The servicesof Alice Hanks, Mrs. Betty larger, Mrs. Hester Simmons and Mrs.
fame, and to participate In various members from organizations Mrs Josephine Taylor, Mrs. Fanny Hale, a member of the
plans for the beautification of other than thorn Joyce Hawklnson, Mrs. Marlon staff of Florida Greeters Ser JOHNTURNER

the community.In mentioned above have been offered Sabins, Hrs. Mary Seymore, vice Inc.
scoring points for the con. including the Jaycee
test, which is open to all Florida Wives and the Pilot Club.
cities two of the highest scoring General chairman for the 1

areas are in the field of comTC plant sale Is the Garden Club's INDIAN RIVER REXALL DRUGS"IRP" n D 1i
\Horticulture( chairman Mrs. Edward
Coast Guard L. \Moore and for the football I IM
SlatesMembership game, Clvltan Club's Ray PLAZA RT SO INDIAN RIVER CITY E i
Auxiliary Lcdford.

ClassThe So M. P b ,

Women Of Moose YYPte teI
TltusvlUe Cocoa Count +, a 1 '
Cuard Auxiliary\ will begin Halloween Party : .
tnembershlp training classes onNov.
2, at 7:30: pm. In their Women of the Moose will sponsor R
new headquarters building at a Halloween Dance and C i'tr ,
the Coast Guard Station, Port party at the Moose Lodge Saturday wr
r Canaveral.The night for members of the .
basic qualification course lodge and guests. R
will cover history and organization The dance will start at 8 p.m. C
seamanship, piloting Inter and prizes will be awarded for AY
nal combustion engine, first aid the most unique and prettiest
and communications and will be costumes T

Spread. out to 10 or 12 sessions Another feature of the party T JI 8f
Anyone with a boat, airplane, will be an old fashioned box: NL4
or ham radio station InterestedIn lunch, and all women are askedto :
qualifying for membershipIn prepare a lunch In a fancy r
the auxiliary may at box. The box lunch will be raffled
tend these classes. Further Information off to the highest bidder v
may be had by callIng All members and their guests
E. A. Baldlnl at SU 7202.. are urged: to attend.

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Board of Directors Stat. School Board

ONE DAY SERVICE L' Association .,.,

I Former School Teacher tta ALUWRPOSniOfS lOTIOH r'
S50.00 to S600.00 9Z.3.HJO.flM plus tan ,:
Former Principal Melbourne High School to AUfimrose SPRAY LOTWN.
Mak. The Arrangements By Phon. I
Former Member Melbourne City Commission Patt Lett .t; t
267-4331 Member Melbourne Rotary Club 41 KIUPOSE rowcw.21 nil pma tn

Southern Loan Company # $bait$ .Mt =1x.00 Dhs tax
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Friday, October 30, 1H4 TltulYlII. (,,,riel.) Star-Afoot. tap I

Coffee Break

with Nava ARd Not. Offered On

of Nortri Brevard

Election DayHave

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your morning coffee! and

then vote or vote and then
I have TOUT coffee break at
e 'Tltusville Woman's Club.

Sidewalk Art Festival I
The Woman's Club will serve
1 hot coffee, or tea and homemade -
: rolls, coffee cake, and do
Plans On Schedule nuts during election morn Tuesday

and encourage voters to
I come by and enjoy their coffee

The Indian River City Wont. Uon is shown.Entries break with them.
I an's Club is coming down the are still being accepted .
I The proceeds from the "Elec
j homestretch in readying t the by Jill, call 2C7-02SS or send t
tion\ coffee! Break" will la
:First Annual Sidewalk Art Festival check in the amount of $2 made go
on the club fund for the Arthrt-
[ ', The Fine Arts Dept with payable to Fine Arts Dept. (
I too and Rheumatism Foundation
I Mrs. Thelma Row'ell as chairman Mrs Jill Flink, HO Abbott Ave. 1
I and regardless of
and Mrs. Jill Fleck as Festival David Reese and Hal Melatosh 1 fverone.
U invited to theWoman's
party. drop by
chairman reports that will be most able In tine .
I Club Building on Hopkins
I plans are on schedule. Judging department and they I
w Avenue The club house will
\ ( Jill said that one person who will arrive at the festival Saturn
be decorated In the festive elec-
,has been a big help in the guidance day morning and Judge, then ,- -- _.- .- ,.." ,-- tion colors
field is Bud Esry of Frame will enjoy a luncheon with local
I Masters, Inc on Merritt Island dignitaries, club members and READY FOR EXHIBIT..-Bud Esry of Arts Dept chairman, in rca: .,vim; for Chairman of the event Is Mrs.

Rek I Bud has had vast experience festival officials. Mrs. Thelma Frame Master, Inc., offers help and the First Annual Sidewalk Art Festival E A Smith assisted by Mrs.

and helped with many of the Ro'tll11I chairman this partof guidance to Jill FUnk, center Festival sponsored by the Indian River City Roy Ramsey. Mrs. Paul Bam-
I small details involved In suth a the festival plans. After Chairman and Thelma Rowell, Fine Woman's Club. forth, Mrs. William Moore, Mrs.
large project. As if giving of his luncheon the Judges will re .
Fred Salter, Mrs D. B. Fetch.and
time wasn't enough he a I 1110 : turn to the Indian River Plaza
At FurmanRobert and Mrs. Doris Boynton.
contributed $50 worth of merchandise and the prizes will be presentedto
e to the list of phase, the talented exhibitors. The Garden Club Sponsoring
Albert Holmes! son of
I, and was the first of many supporters exhibit will continue on until 8
e Mr and Mrs. William Holmes
to contribute. p.m.You I Shrub Sale Jr., :200! S. Washington! Ave.,. Tltusville
will enjoy the exhibit so Flowering Tree
Many club members have Is enrolled In the Junior 'P., 1.1t.r
I plan to attend Friday and Sat. -
Joined In this project Tne
4 class! at Furnun
n MC qt.. bright posters are the handiwork urday Nov I and 7, from 10 The Tltimlllo Garden Club of the Islands of U.S. 1, the University Hal, Cara A

of Jill FUnk, Mary Torre!, a.m. until 8 pm. will sponsor! a Flowering Tree club's main project for the BirthsA
: Lillian Turopoljac and Carolyn and Shrub Sale Friday and Sat year. Raymond'sSCAUTYLOUNOI
Ryals. The girls were ink from Good Shepherd urday, Oct. 30 aid 31, at Ulan Mrs. Edward Mo re, chairman sun born Oct. 24, to Mr.
ton Park from 11:30: a m. until of the event, has stated that a
top to bottom on this silk screening and Mrs W. Chapman, 1001 HerItage .
job but said they enjoyed it 1 Lutheran LW.M.I. 8 pm. largo! variety of flowering (shrubs Drive, Tltusville. 1, R. PlA2Ax7a1u
l- I Artists will be furnished with Officers InstalledNew AU proceeds from the sale are and trees will be avail
Identification tags made by Carol to go towards the beautification able at special low prices to enable A son born Oct H, to Mr and
"SPEAK DISTINCTLY"-Was some of the advice Sauerbeck and Wilma Hods- officers and committee people to beautify their I Mrs. E: Ramroth, 615 Kailn i

offered to members of Future Secretaries of America den. Carol will also sign up the chairmen of the Good Shepherd Women's Clubbers yards while helping to beautify Drive Tdusvllle.

Club at Titusville High by Mrs. Joan Brown, Service members to 'man' the festival Lutheran Women's Missionary their city. ** * * .-* *-*-
Advisor Group of the Traffic Dept., Melbourne office during exhibition hours. League were installed by the Attend State MeetMrs I Some of the plants available

Southern Bell Telephone Co. Mrs. Brown was Naturally if you're going ((0 I Rev. Arnold Calus during one of will be: azaleas, eucalyptus, HI.ILICT NOV I
the recent Sunday morning services Roy Ramsey, president boxwood, Junipers, clarrlsu,
guest speaker at the club's recent meeting, describ have art judged you need prizes
Mrs. W J. Moore 1st vice- DIMOCRATIC CANDIDATE
oleanders II-
golden rain trees, ,
ing a proper voice on the phone. Lynda Poff is shown and Barbara Nunnally has:
Mrs Louis DelMonte, Mrs. president, and Mrs Paul Bam- gustrum and many many others
practicing a "proper voice" with the aide of Mrs.
been ably assisted by Mrs. Bar. H.] CU'lTER
of the Titus. .
Brown.-Carlson Photo. Harold timer., Mrs. C. E. Hop- forth, treasurer,
bara (Tom) Henderson and ton and Mrs Wally Hasselbrlng villa Woman's Club, attended Several special offers are be

DeMolays To Dance Halloween Night George Barley in obtaining distribution cash are now officially in their respective the Annual Fall Meeting of District ing made! including four door PORT COMMISSIONER
donations. The prize
offices as president, 6, Florida Federation of buster bargains: hibiscus, ala-
will be 'Best of Show' PROVEN
The Order of DeMolay for provide entertainment and refreshments : vice president, secretary and Woman's Clubs, at the Daytona manda, and silk oak trees al$ M BUSINESSMAN
$100, 'Second Best of Show' $30 treasurer of the women's organ Plaza Hotel, Daytona Beach to the first lucky four custom\
Boys is holding a Halloween will be served con. and 'Third Best of Show' $26.
I Izatlon. "Let's Have an Explosion"was A of $.SO will get
I at the be awarded
dance Lodge Saturday tinuously. Cash prizes will also the topic used by Mrs. the buyer a fret bottle brush
Bight, beginning at 7 All DeMolay, Rainbows and in the amateur photographyand < At the held October
p.m. recently ..
Thomas Harrison 2nd VI', plant, and one of $10 will offer fol A4*. r.ld lor Isit.. A. CIa. r
Party games and records! will their dates are Invited. crafts if enough, participa- i meeting of the LW.ML, Pas FFWC All ITesldenU gave a with It a free ticket to the

tor Claus spoke. to the group on two minute report on their I PRIDE sponsored semi-profea'
various full time Christian club's activities for the coming sional football Nov. 1,

Well/ Qualified members service vocations lead their and children urged that to year.After luncheon a nominating Fire Department HURRY Just A Few Days Left

consider the possibility of becoming .
4 committee was elected Mrs
pastors, parochial schoolteachers Ramsey served as chairman of Auxiliary MeetsThe p
To Represent You I
Deaconesses and other C
credentials report and( also Tltusvlllo Fire Depart
;t .
church connected! 1C
positions 1C SALE
chairman of tellers. meat Ladles Auxiliary held Iti
lie exhibited a display of appropriate The Tltusville Woman's Club
at 8 00
In Titusville regular meeting p.m. 1
vocational and church.
with citation 5x7 COLOR ENLARGEMENT
s was presented a lust Thursday at the South Tltusvlllo
operated college pamphlets and fur community Improvement Fir Station, with pred'dent Buy On* l r Only fl
booklets. The pastor then read from the General federation of Kleffer Presiding. 01 Nit On* f r ,....., 1RIOUIAR
; a letter written by the wife of a Penny
MIKE DORAN ;gentleman who, until recently, Womans Various reports were heard, i $210 VALUI ft* 1
worked at the Cape but who has and an open discussion was EipIrM Nov 1, 1W14
answered the Call to the ministry Garden Clubbers held on ways to raUc money to

DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR and has enrolled at one of Attend District Meet help meet the needs at the
tho Missouri Synod seminaries three fir stations In September MOM ONI OM ANY NUMBI Of KODACOLOKNIOI.

County Commissioner, Dist. 3 In Springfield, Ill to begin Ms Mrs. Paul Bamforth, chairman i the auxiliary had a 220 volt tIND THIS COUPON WITH ORDIR.JEAN'S .
I IA studies The ladles agreed by and Mrs. W..I. Moore, line installed at No. S (!South
VOTE TUESDAY. NOV. unanimous consent! to send financial vlce-thalrmin of the hibiscus Tltuxvllle) station, so that fIremen JEWELRY & GIFTS
3Pd. aid to this family whenever Onto of the Tllunvlllo Garden could UN* the electric:

( Pol. Adv ) possible Club, attended the district ( fall stove In their kltihen.A I 110 APPLI PLAZA TITUIVIILITITUSVILLE
mad to
Mrs. II. E. Baumbach decision was
presided conference the Florida Fed- .
over the business meeting. ration of Garden Clubs, held change the date of our meetings -- -
and Introduced Mrs. Kuxftt vcenlly at Schrafft'i Carriage 110 the 2nd Thursday of tail)

Sparling, a guest at the meet. IOUNC, Cocoa Beach month. SHOPPING CENTER-ID am 9 pm
log Mrs. Daumbtck announcedthat Mrs. Robert Mitchell district Anne Pendergraph was an--

PIECESET the clothing drive for Cu. 8 director, introduced the printed an secretary; replacing COSMETICS
ban relief wUl be In progress pcakers, Mrs Frank Hewlett, I Kay Murray I
shortly and asked for repots president of FFCC, Mrs fharl--I The Auxiliary received a new DEPT.
from committee chairmen. ea Blanchard, first vice.prem. member, Nina Barker
LUGGAGE The group continued Its dls- dent of FFCC, Mrs. Carroll Kath: : member In urged to atend <
cu;:;lon of women's activities Griffin, second vice,president the next meeting, Novem [ (
outside of the home and divided FFCC, and Mrs. Maurice Dllngham her 12, and to bring a new )

Into !several groups to discuss third vice.prMldent, member. Membership U open|
the study questions. Mrs.1 FFGC.; U) all women of North Itrevard,

VVerdcn and Mrs. George Gels- Mrs. Andrew Powell of the and Tltuivlll.
HOW OFFERED AT A ler served as leaders for two of Garden Club of DeLand waslected

SENSATIONAL LOW PRICE! the A groups Wednesday morning Bible tor. the new district I disc FLOWERS .r FRAN

Class for ladles of the congregation -I
Is being started on XI will be cared for by a babysitter "N. l.**My' ....'1.,"
28 at 1:30: a.m. This group will and cuffe will be served ...._, ........-. T'". "......., I

meet weekly, and the study will I Refreshments were served by Jilt O.rd.n It. 2721)1 a
No. 70 .Beautifully covered with be led by the pastor, Children Mrs Bert IIHn and Mrs Wil-
I that protects against scratches, C -I II
9 5
vinyl -- --- --
stains, spots and weather conditions. Wipes *9 19
like new with damp cloth. Lined with soft
luxurious rayon. Full width pockets In the k ,

weekend and pullman cases. Large mirrorIn REELECT
the overnite case. Colors available; ALLS i

blue, mocha, charcoal, and white PIECES
One nested set 14 pounds. .

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Piml Tlrusvllle, (PlorUs), Ster-AeVecit* Friday October ., 1M4

Iraftu, Meg Peggy Jacobus about this news, can contact

I Mims NewsBy 1hE Od Mn. Mary Wilson Mrs Lola their Den Mothers or Cubmast

Sam, Mrs Sandy; Roberts. er Barrett.J'oUowlni.

;: : The group played games and
the formal closing,
Mrs. Gladys Me London playing the piano. Mrs. Joe wen served a delicious cake dramatic readings were given COUNTY COMMISSIONERDIST.
decorated In and white
Booth read the devotional taken l1 pink by; members of the Wetetos,
AM 7-1241 I along with nuts, mints, coffee
Jeff Barrett and Richard Woer-
from the Book of John. After and tea.
Circle cr nor Thereafter the parents
Meetings i a short but happy fellowshipthere
at the home they closed were entertained with a puppet
The Alice Gavents Circle of Cub Scout Halloween Party SCORECARD
show by Mrs. Zirnfus' Den 1. DIST. 1
with prayer. Man can no longer live by Last Thursday will
Mims Church met evening
the Baptist
The puppet theater built and
have ,
bread alor.o-ho must a
I down in the
on Oct 20 with Mrs. Lee Ross go annuals of the manipulated by Mrs. HoUoway,
credit card"Jess
U hostess( Circle Chairman Indian River City Cub Scouts
wu also designed by her. The
Mrs Douglas McLendon entered of Pack No. J10 as the
Mrs. John Kennedy presidedover greatest acts presented were beautifully ED KITTLES HIS OPPONENT
J.P.M. Hospital Thursday Cub Scout Pack
the meeting. Mrs. Robert meeting ever
executed and kept the full at
Mack read the scripture and afternoon. She had surgery performed held in this community.
President of
Parrish tention of the audience from Former Joycees
on her wrist on Wednesday This was a Halloween CIVIC SERVICE
led In prayer. Party Former Proildent of Tltuivllle
the beginning till the end of the NOM
Following the business part of morning. I and officials of the Pack are tow show. Chomber of Commerce

the meeting program chairman I congratulated on the wonder

Mrs. Eugene Gilmore presented Hospital I ful way the Community Hall After the puppet show, a cos- Former Mayor of Tituivillo

the program entitled Your Reporter, had a letter I Wit decorated. tume-parade was held When Former MaJor of Whispering

"Worship and the MissionaryTask. from Mrs. William Lawson (Sa Activity The entire ceiling was festooned the youngsters got tired 01 Hills

." She was assisted by Mrs. rah) last week. She tells me she with orange and black parading' a panel of Judges Former Tltuivllle Councilman

Robert Mack, Mrs. Lloyd Rack. has enjoyed being in California, streamers, skulls, witches, awarded a prize to Jeff Barrettfor PUBLIC SERVICE Store Committeemon of Florid Mono

ley, and Mrs. Tommy Jamison. but that she sure misses all her October M >lack<:ats and other Halloween the most unusual costume, of League Growth of and Munlelpolitles

Refreshments was served during wonderful friends here in Mims. Admitted: Kasey Kelly I I figures In the fireplace, a Joanne Woerner for the prettiest Civllian-Military DevelopmentMambo

the social hour to Mrs. Joe She is living next door to her Thompson, Patt M. Silvcstri, fin was blazing merrily and costume and Steve Hollo- Relations Council

Booth, Mrs. John Kennedy, Mrs. son and his family, and I'm sure Walter W. FUnk, Mary L. 0'- around the room were more way for the weirdest costume.

Eugene Gilmore, Mrs. Floyd she would enjoy hearing from us DonneD, all of Titusvllle. decorative symbols of Halloween The refreshments served Owns succostful Iniuronce end

Rackley, Mrs. Daniel Lord, all. She is receiving the Star Advocate reel estate business with
Discharged: Baby Manning, and
Mrs. Tommy Jamison, Mrs. now and Is happy to read Maudle Stubbs Elizabeth Swan- The meeting was opened by were four large orange BUSINESS EXPERIENCE seven employees NOM
black sheet cake baked
Gerald Austin, Mrs. Robert about all the things the f o I k s Michael Ramy the Cub Scouts of Den No. 3, by President North Brevord Board
ey, John Taylor, Villa Mills. With full stomachsand of Realtors
Mack and a visitor, Mrs. Ray around about are doing. We sure Michael Carlile of Titus I Mrs. Vance's Den. After the
store of wholesome
a good,
Cardv/elL do miss her out here on Ellis opening, Cubmaster Barrett
Lane. vile; Marie Frost of Mima.laRaCe I memories, the children and Cancer Drive Chairmen, 2 yarn
presented awards that had been
The Elizabeth Watkins Circle i their parents departed for home TB Allocation Director, 3 yare
earned since the last Pack of an eveningof COMMUNITY SERVICE United I Appeal, 1 yeorMerch
cf the Mims Baptist Church met very appreciative None
meeting. of Dimes, 1 your
NEWS wonderful entertainment
two days last week preparing Mr. William Adkins who has Following awards Cubmaster See Scout Commander, 1 year

clothes( for Christmas. On Wed been a patient at the hospital in Barrett announced that the next

nesday last week the group visited Tltusvllle since last Friday, is Continued From Page 1 committee meeting would beheld HAPPY Elk ClubOptimist

the County Home, visiting now home and feeling much bet at his home at 7JO: p.m. BIRTHDAYSaturday Club

and singing with all the folks I ter. on Nov. 8. At this meeting a Tituivillo Boat Club

there with Mrs. Elva Evans soon.'r" DanceA committee for 1965 will be formed October 11L. CLUB MEMBERSHIP Veterans North Brovord of Foreign Sportttnon'o Won Club Nona

Free Dance will be held and the re-charter: of Cub B. Newman American legion
Scout Pack No. 310 will be ac Sarah Hanun Price Mooio Club
Saturday night for Teen-agen
WATCH on the parking lot in front of complished. This Is an annual Mararet Carllle

your SECOND can the Winn.Dixie Store at Indian event and must be competed Hughlette Osteen AGE 40 U
before the end of Novem-
Glenn Powell
River Plaza. This event is

be a good one. yet costwhen sponsored Association jointly by of the Indian Merchants ber.urgently All parents requested of Cub to Scoutsare attend Susan Helen Hodge DuffFrances BREVARD RESIDENT Lifetime 7 Yoon

little River Plaza and the Board of this meeting. Hendrix Coleman 11 Years I months

as as $ Directors of Teen-Town Club. Cubmaster Barrett announceda Mary Elizabeth Carlile Registered at age 22 on return Registered first time In

095 Music will be furnished by a I i iband new policy regarding dues. Ray Rutherford from ovorteot service life on Jan. 11, 194Vot

from Orlando "The Dimensions. When Cub Scouts have turned in Sunday, November 1 P/RTY SERVICE Voted In avery election since ..d first time In life In
benefit Pack 1946 May Primary is con*
." Dance will com news for the of the Mrs. J. D. Cushman

you chooseCARAVELLEe mence at 8:00: p.m. and end at during any week, they will haveto Mrs. C. B. Long dldoto.
dues. The Cub Scout
12 pay no Martha
midnight. It being Halloween Griner
many will be In costume turning in the most news each Edward H. BenzenhaferB.

and prizes costumes will be month will be awarded a prize J. (Skeeter) Graves TRIED AND TRUE. ELECT
commensunate with value
given for the best.Surprise Mrs. C. B. Hark
and quality of the news. Cubs Mrs. Charles Stoner

.. 1AINCt53-Clads/oltaplw desiring further information
'',' mock railitintCMittrwtlon. ShowerA Mrs. T. Corbin
S tree itinlns el
f''''' ffeclilon Jeweled surprise shower honoring a., Wetle. .t rublli del Monday, November 2
mawment. 111// Mrs. Bill Parker To Whom It may oonotr: ED KITTLESTHE
was given Mrs. Giles Walker
You ar* hereby notified that the
last Tuesday evening at the following motor vehicle 1M1FoBllao John Tourney
i home of Mrs. Jacobus 4Dr. Baden, beirlnf Krai
Peggy No. aUD KM will t>. told at Harold McCartha
835 Cleveland Road publlo nail at 10:00 A.M. on the Wm. Matthews
ltd day at November' 1M4 at lot
\1WtI. Joan has a new baby girl WaeblDtton Ave., TltUivllU, Plo Mn. Llnville Brown
which arrived on October 18th ida. Mrs Clyde Futch
The orooHdi of the ale will 1 hi
and was surprised to see all applies first to the .oato of retaking Mary Rhodes

yes: U'Qe9 her neighbors with many gifts motor vcblol atorlnt and and lbs aal. Boat of laid of Martha Rhodes URGE YOUR FRIENDS TO VOTE NOV. 3
for cute little Ann Marie. publication of notlco of ale and Michelle McDonet
Those attending Mn Ib.n to the ..tI'aolloll ot the
balanc due under the contract Carolyn Vickie Applegate
Barbara Cromwell Mrs. Lynn with Oeora Firry. Indian River Col. Herman T. Sutphin (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
City Florida, covering tbo financing
Tempest Mrs. Jeanette
of said motor veblcl. Any Mrs. Chas. Davis
Mrs. Nancy Hooks( Mrs. Stella eurplue will bo paid to YOU and Mrs. John Eads
you will remain llabl for any
-- balance remaining unpaid under Martha Griner Pine
NOTICE or eats aid contract.
Notice! !I. that Ford Motor Credit Companftut
pur.u.nt, to a final aID=,., of r rr..t Anna
Forecloeure entered In ..... num. Cocoa,, Florida a .
bored Most In the Clreult Court By Oeorir Reid
IKirr-eiillnetlv* ityllniIm of BreveM County, florid*, Offlo. II...... I
mi**' itieckniMml will' all the property litu ted .li: Oct. 10 (Frl) 1M4
MmtriKtton. PrttlKxiJiw Brevard County, florid. aa described
V le4i"onm '
t..laI' the Beit W corner of THE!: NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .
Breverd County Florida run COUNTY
th.no 5. SD-oeil" w. a diefence CHANCERY NO. J OMNOTICN Hills
of 45675 tat
to a con- OF HAIR

1the first //ow-cojf quo/ify./ watch] orete Ida Rllbt Bait monument of Way Coaet line on of tb Railroad I"*. Flor Will; AND ORANOK HEATING BMBVARD COMPANY PLUMBING, a -

thence S. IS'OOOO" B. aloof Florid corporation
aid RIIIU of Way a dlelenoe rialntlff
." you're. going to five your watch hard UI.-wllr a of 3S7M feet to the Point of MllllftUII R01HCI BUILDING
the life and protects the looks of Beftnnlnfi; thence .oontlnu Newly
alonf of
Rlfht Way I. 1>
your expensive dross watch-yet gives you the quality and 0000'' K. a oMeUnco' of SUM CONSTRUCTION COM CountryDancing Club I

dependability you want CARAVELU I II a product of BULOVA, diet feet anro| tams of 41)74 I, 81-01II"feet thence W. a T ANY. Defendanli Decorated
movement You can count on NOTICE IS HEREBY
with a precision-Jeweled N. VO'06'IT" K. a 411 a no. of GIVEN ,
CARAVELLEICARAVIU.K OKI.00 feat tbenr N. SCO!'16' that I. tbe undenlvned' Spinal NOW UNDER NEW
E.: a dlNtince of J75M tit to Mailer In Chancery, purauant t* a
th. Point of Beilnnlni. Bald Final I Decree entered on tie Itb
Adivlnonot BULOVA Watch Company,Ino par..I oontalnlnc 111 aore*. day of October. 1M4. will aell on MANAGEMENTWhispering
the Hth day of November, 1M4,
.t publlo ill.. to tb. bl.h..I and
beet bldd.r for ooh at the EAST at the hour of 11:00 o'clock A,M. OPEN 7 DAYS ----
front door of tbe Brvar4 Count at the Rant Front Door of t.e
Courthouno In Tltuevlll, Florid Court Home In Tltu.yli'e! County OPEN TO THE
at 11:oo A M. on tb* lltb day of of Braved Slate if Florida, to
CUTTER DRUGYOUR NOVEMBER 1044.CURTI4 tile blibeet and beet bidder for
R, BARNCtt ooh In lawful money ol lb. tin. Entertainment
CLERK OF CIRCUIT lied lute* of America. the fo|. Dining Nitely PUBLIC
lowlnt doierlbed real eelate lo
COURT oiled l> Breverd Couity, Florida,
(Court 11..1)HUIMCH Lobe It. M and 14. Block C
A. oordlnc ,. tie plat thereof
Bit D. Nohrr recorded
I. R. C. D. A. NOHRR In Plat Book 1]. Pan
P. O. BOX 16M 13. Publlo Record of Brerard
Eau Oallle.) Florida County Florida GWEN HARMON AND THE PLAYERSFRESH
n.--.-, W IPdI 10e/. /./ Harold I. Lovoll Jr.
Harold I. Lovell J,.
P. O. Bo* IM
Cocoa Beacb Florida 1 Q '
ECONOMY SPECIAL Oct. lB. M Nov. S. IS (Frl.) 1M4
Vocal Instrumental Group All Kinds

i 7.lHI CIRCUIT. JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF. t .;> 'l.' Music From Rock 'N Roll To Show Tunes

Protect Your Lawn For The Winter IN AND FOR HALYARD .. I /f
IN CHANCERY NO. JWMC1T1IKNB .J t They Como From Recent Engagements Including
TUuevMe!: Florid BANK ? > Hacienda And Stardust Hotel In Las

CHINCH BUG SPRAY $ 00 ." a Plaintiff. Vegas Shadow Mountain Club And The

300 Lbs. 8-6-6 50% ORGANIC 25 ] XfcUCN FRANK: OUTHRIDOE.GITTHRIDOK Defendant bit AND wife t d. Blltmoro In Palm Springs Huntington Hotel


I. Bo 14Camby.
Indiana* rv Hills And Harrah'a Club At Lake Tahoe And
*/o Harrln Klloura Jr. Reno.
IMS: J:. Maryland (1x01
India napoll.. Indlaaa' 1
liar a Complaint to forecloee a FUN e COMEDY e MUSIC
ntortfite afalnet tb* fellowlne
TNj'F384/ deacrlbed property In BnvardCounty.
Florida, to-wlti I a' '901
Relbn at the Southeast corner I
of Lot 11. of DEATHR1DUB
SUBDIVISION, a* per plat
recorded In Plal Book 1, pal
DAVIS 41 Publlo Reeord..1 BravardCuaty. Now For The
Florida In *e.Uon 5,
Towneblp M Boulk Rant U GOURMETS DELIGHT!
Celt and thou ran Weil So*
feel to the point of b*...n.ln.;
theta nn North loo feet; HERMON'S
lb.nc* run bulk lut feet b---
thanes ran lost 100 feet to Ik*

SPRAY II.you..point. ar been*of r.ulr4 filed Wlnnln..t*.I..t.eon yen a copy and DANCING & ENTERAINMENT At Served B PJ4 Nltolr Sunday Tuot. -4 tai.:

.t your Aniwer or ether def n...
AND ORNAMENTAL I. Ik* Complaint. .. PlalnuffiAttorney. Nltoly Tuesday. Thru Saturday M A. M. FEATURING
TUuevllle. Florida, and file Ibe JAM SESSION SUNDAY 3.9 : :
C rlflaal of your A newer or oibr ROAST BEEF
SPRAYING defence In the .m. of Iii Climb
of Ibe Circuit Court .m or before
FERTILIZING the ITlb day .f N........... 1M4. PKG. STORE OPEN 'TIL 2 AM
< < I t .,......... Ik. Co..plll.au betaken Also Club Sandwiches Per A Late
CHINCH BUG SPRAYING I 1i ae *...f"y you
Snack from t P. M. Until .
DATED at Tltuivlll. Florida, Dally On Sunday, 1 toy Cleslnf.Dining
Monthly or Yearly Contract the I4tk day of October. 1M4.

oIstlmetes COURT CURTIS ORAL: R. BARNE, Clerk k COCKTAIL HOUR MON./ "sl.T. Room Available Per

Cheerfully Given of the Circuit, Court Banquets and Club Partial
267-2849 By: V. 0. IfuanclerDeputy
12U North Clerk Popular Drinks see

Dixie). Hwy. Tltusvllle, Fie. /./ WILLIAM B. CORSET JR. [y-.y:yCALL HCKMON 27481 ffifr 1'Y ?
Ttluevlll. Florida I -
Au....' for Plaintiff
Ort. 14. O: Jo Ii.,. S Frit 1M4.

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".r :30,1M4 THuivint, (PI.rld.r. :sr.r-Aevacare II
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; I. ScoftsmoorI 1 mc { a'fl J.We t4JSItt'f11ftmt E 1 u9 Sf6 4f ICI)]

: By Mrs Edward Rut M7l Sanders: apple bobbin Ed. N k I
ward Beat and David Allen
: Medical self-help training LI
grab bag Tommy Pattersonand o -
classes, sponsored by the CM Bonnie Sanders parade -
Defense and the Board of Halt Nina Stowe and Janie Parmer;

and given through the Homemakers hay tumble Georgiana Futch:
hay ride Janie Farmer: the 1 tIIfi
: Club, held their grade Community Organization will I Sale Prices Good Through Monday

.: lion exercise Thursday morn have a wiener and pie and cot POKER CHIPS
iJj.arurlro. "i.
Ing at Jones Community Room fee booth. Chaperones are Mrs VBUBQBQC -
b..4 1M rhiift U ,
Mrs. Edward Rout and M r s. Robert Allen Mrs Fred Carver w4.' *
.Curtis Futch Instructors, COD and Mn Ruby Gower. FACIAL TISSUE BOX Sptcial 69<

: gratulated each participant: for It has been brought to our at. .1
.their faithfulness in completing tention that a pack of about Attractive plastic at-<<
:the course. Each was handed a eight to 10 dogs are running at sorted colors Com. 2 3 C MATTRESS COVERS
the west side of U S.1,,
:diploma and a small cap wa large on ------ at 4feI

.pinned on them. molesting private property, SUPPER BENEFITS LIBRARY-Mrs. night and v1)) be used to buy new pare P.II Of Iwla doubt.too,'.. ee
sleeping on carports and books for the School Accompanying ,, I Will MUM Ihr. see H/ll
A covered dish luncheon was grounds. It presents a health Gloria Jones, chairman of the Educa- library -
: enjoyed by the Homemakers tion Department of the Indian River Mr> Jones at the presenta
problem as there is a constant 4,.
.Club following graduation Oi danger of rabies This is a threatto City Woman's Club. is shown presenting hon were the following members of 1
:Ithe 18 members registered 1 1C young children playingin a check to Principal Luther Rogersof the club left to right: Mrs. Randy OlJI'O .
completed the course: Mrs Ru open yards. Anyone owningany Coquina Elementary School The" Nunnally. president Mrs. Ruth Alman, t
:Jby Gower, Mrs Ethel Woods: ,, of these dogs would do well check in the amount of $25912! :! was Mrs. W A Johnson and Mn James DISH SCRAPER SET
.Mrs Alma Hallum Mrs JcI to maintain it on their own the net proceeds the Spaslictti Supperserved Plumb /1 l Havyory. plait.Pock. .
I Hawthorne Mrs Helen Allen, property. If these dogs are not in the Fire Hall 1 last Saturdiv with full I.wytA alp.pNIdwl .
'Mrs Lily Hawks, Mrs. Irene picked up by their owners the' ... .f 1_.."'" .1..., I.*. M sick: 3 8
:Sanford Mrs Doris Bice Mrs proper authorities will be contacted I I.NInO "..//.1.. ,1.,".. lit ,.1... Be Id. .. .II Coy.mpNor.'i..II,
Lola Zimmer and Mrs Wllmei tti .r40m11

: Sanders I .,Ik MUM* thru ... ll/l SMI

Several of the students stated Mrs K. R Stone upon going ffiM1 i\ 1lA.! -- .

:they learned valuable informs out for her morning paper recently fine meals at budget pri e < LADIES'CAPRI .
.tion and knowledge of what tc saw a coral snake on her I r -! ---( 1'O.NENERGIKE u)11. _
:do in emergencies. At the \beginning carport Grabinga hue that was I PANTS
of the class a pre.test was nearby she killed the deadly (jj
:given with a class average c5S. snake. It measured 32 inches in .1.
At the completion, the grade I 100. cotton crcatcUis wash
length and one inch in diameter UKILLE I[1] '
I average was 95. Parents are encouraged, to I ..... .._.. ., p.,. 2ge1 t wear tllktt finish all .
The instructors stated the y instruct children not to handle pin ipt : felt that the time put into teaching I ttlcki lt lispli''ce .
snakes no matter what kind 2..!. .."- .
this free course was very, they are. There have been ; l COMPARE 99
.rewarding and are very proud many deadly snakes killed in I SPECIAL FOR SATURDAYChicken lilmil_ wlhM.Me h'._M __ THIS PRICEI! 1 .
:of the 10 graduates the wooded areas here and lit I T''m.D\T
tie children do not know the
these, I Fomaui SwlfTs Gold Crtil- f%
A men's shirt workshop was danger of ICE CREAM f'.tl pint Allor.od flayors' for 271I
held Tuesday morning at the I C llllnc: 2.
home of Mrs Warren flaw Mrs Narcissus Williams, 89 81G BOY
throne with Mrs Robert Allen: years-old died at her home Mtntholatum r""WR '
t and Mrs Homer Bice instructing here from a heart attack. Arrangements All You Can Ess' BANANA DEEP MEETING: RUB .9. Ife Tubs D/M
in lay out and how to cuta were made through C Limit 1))
pattern Mrs. Bice demonstrated Scticler Funeral home in New
the ways in which to Smyrna Beach Interment will SPLIT ''le '

:. of make the an new old narrow wide tie type Into which one be in Edgewater cemetery. I I A GI.ntl V.lu.1 [ VICKS COUGH DROPS ; mlr;?;; 1?

: men wear today. Another shirt
workshop will be held later Mr. and Mrs Howard Gentryof t Nor..f vrythlng t* 1nlay '
: Sterling Street in Plantation l (II M.dt with "Promum" Fever Thermometers47: : :":?: ;: < '
: Hostesses, Mrs. Allen and let Crum.I .
Estates called to Savannah
was \J V.I.! (Unit IIUrf
I Mrs Rost, served decorated cupcakes
Ga., last week upon the death a

: land Cantrell and coffee Mrs Ethel to Mrs.Alice Woods Do- of ney her Rev mother John Mrs.Beam Fannie officiatedat Den I 45ca, Secret Deodorant 71* ILMrl ill* rtll) .a--.... A'lt T/

Mrs Hawthorne, Miss I the chapel of Fort Weeks Interment
Golder, and Mrs Homer Bice. was at Greenwich section
of Bonaventure cemetery ,...... .f I "..... II U
: The Spooks and Goblins will Mr and Mrs. Ken Lock of Cocoa I Bowl I Cover Set t tin..d oh." ,. fit .?b'..; 29,.
weekend at the ad 1.re-4' MI..
were guests
;walk in a parade Saturday
at 4 .m. at Jones Store home of Mr. and Mrs Robert f b.
starting p k*
vy duty
*, and go north on Travis Street to Wright UTILITY CONTAINER::: : : w
the Homemakers Club grounds Curtis Futch Is a patient at ".,I.weaadIr.i. Aso,., 166
:on the corner of Cooledge Street Jess ParrLsh Memorial Hospital : PIRTLE PLAZA PARK AVENUE AND SOUTH STREET TITUSVILLE Yal.! .,

and U.S. 1. There they will be ),
.. < -n- .. -. -ri Pull 51.Ins10. .'In. WASHAILID.e.rel.d
Judged at the Keen Teens Hal CLOTHS .
a'n E3 E3 C C U LI lmbei *d Pltttlt 39'DECORATOR
loween Carnival which will beheld 1 ,.,. tic V.lu.. Limit t1)
on these grounds Instead oat r
. the ballfield. The Teens have tl:' a ..

jnade the location change due to :' EXPERIENCEDQUALIFIEDk :! RUGS
f\\ ,
a more central location, so ev
eryone may attend conviently !J< ,f4 t Pull, 70" s0" .mrln. lap,,
r .
k .. t. ,of" Vlici with non Ittp|| fan ,ultI"I' -
Some of the booths are: cakewalk / '' ''ci.\. b.r b..utlful ilia,
and sweets Brenda I. ';. \:. r't.r oI.rs.

Sanders and Glenn Davenport, I II A BARGAIN 199

spook and booth Agriculture-Georgiana house Joe-Harder Judy Futch and Alosbrook;Butch dart :: Richard B. Muldrew .il ilI ::: -Md.l: GENERAL M f.IOh.iN.y .I.InlMt t 111 AT ELECTRIC$2.98' HEA TER168 Rubber Mats e

tr IM well/ /. All ,..,... Nlllry .M Of aura
Census Plans I Republican a e well KWMlk. t hty m nit-.M.rt.4 ..1.l r._will '., |
: [ tip *ff iwltikl'19.95 dip.

I. ?_ f fIe COMPARE n3{ | !<
Announced w / VALUE -
Are r d

: Plans for taking the 1964 Cent n
:tsus of Agriculture in Brevard ? I
..County were announced today by I It RAIN GAUGE RTV
Ivor Sconn and Betty Pierce .

newly appointed census crew c Ite HEATER ..... .
f SUPERLECTRIC 4lnt f 4fttIk
leader for the county
."M ,...-.. 500x
The Job will be done in three F e ....... ..1.1' N.
:.stages, the crew leader said. : ?Nry 4 w... O 111.. ..,.,.Iy rlyb hi y*.r
'First will come recru'tment! t ItI .MNN. .IIIt ..1. ... bah. yid",

: and training of enumerators to .-...I......IAN..NM'r ....- rnt
count aU farms in the county. It .
,. n\\ Of IV Inly 49t
.About one enumerator for each :; >('>, ; I ..I.Iy ............ ..... .p.clol Ll.J
:1M farms will be needed. I e) !"lflf' lvl Shortly after Nov. J, the Bureau ; awl swell ....
of the Census, an agency I-I't ,.. t ,.rill C.." fr*
of the U.S. Department of Commerce T' It I f $17.n. FISHING

will start the second :. ; ', fjll
stage by mailing agricultural I .. It TACILE
1 12'
: census qucstionna i to a II a'Ir '
rural boxholdcrs in the country I 0 SPECIALS
:this will give farm and TM- t '. la
operators, who are required bv -t,I t' ,. 1LII
law to fill out the forms, a period t. I: UDICO .
of time to consult their rec- 4
.ords and fill in answers to the. e !t" ; ,114 ....10! MlHk.ll" I"),
.questions r l ,.. ,. CAN OPENER'' .... Net P4 $1512 c.,,_

!. In the final stage farm enumerators In the. AN .PhAIl.d.r11.de....... .......1 ...red.......ltlt.1Id
will visit each *
: Iliad. Net .....
county to collect the questionnaires KNIFESHARPENER pT
At the time of this visit PL
the enumerators will help farm- $33,951925
en complete answers to any e May ..r..lk .I UV lx'MfiM
: questions the farmers may have M.wwn, >>>
had difficulty with. Enumeratorvisits -.p..w .n
: are scheduled to begin: in a -
this Nov. I. Enumeraton 5 M1..1,
county on in I.M..pa.e.. roil.1ftlle4
will take about three weeksto ......
I willi .. ad. .
complete their work, the I e L b PRIVATE EYE 1.0. .,..... ,04.
leader estimate
crew : '
The Census of Agriculture b READING GLASSMsIolNv $27.45 1999
taken every five years in.. the a UST
years ending! in "4" and I" to
gather uplo-date Information on _
: the nations agricultural re- IrK .M d... .tar ..A twl.dIM SHELLED HOOKS
sources and production. Such ej M .. /.1. 1.4
Information is vital In making I M.r.e.COMPARE.
decisions affecting many sg c..,.. ef aIM 20'W '

: ments fathered of the include U.S. economy the tumfeff Data ? COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 3 : UP TO 9Be 69t -a.,. 1ke.. m

: of farm acreage and
and sue
harvest 1 "f cropi lvelllllCk irf i YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED Q| --

wflton Wnmatt* Oft fan" 'J{ V. Jfa* t*Step Ijui* Sc&fftd Vw$ Sfotedc / I U1prW.y
'. tauten products fr"' 'via.HId and tadPies use,ef f I fert I'r,Ie (ft Pol Mi. Br C ip. Treasurer) *1 ,,113 CI

:- lodes.iliars. tickJes. and herb-I', n c c c D *' *' c D c.. 01


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Put I Tltusvirie (Florida' ) Star-AdVecat* Friday, Otrooer M, if


IHIb 1 Group Discusses Chance Of

"IIw l6 Minor League Team Ira TitusvilleA


group of Tltusville businessmen tion setup of this nature 10 Tltusvilld has a little league and make use of the complex for Pirates and the New York needs Various means of
R01lnle and civic leaders met months out of the year. senior league, the city could find high school ball games and Mets Ing the facilities are
with Minimum needs for the club- definite use for the fields, since other activities. A S or 10 year optional con- But, if the city does not flnanc-1
Thursday a representativefrom
V Kamle Hughei Sports UkorEverytime louse and four diamonds is 14 the existing city facilities lor The two teams entering the tract would be signed. need for more recreation,
the Florida State Develop acres such projects Is very slim and discussion of possibly coming to Continuing Groves said, "Tl gnat bypassing
Titusville plays Eau Gallie, we try and mention ment Commission to determine R was pointed out, that since the school systems could also Titusville were the Pittsburgh tusville needs to analyze Its baseball"GibsonPIaysApopkaInHomecomingSaturday
I guy by the name of Clive Calloway. procedures of attracting a minor .
He's probably one of the finest all-around athletes In Brevard .
league farm club: to Titusvtlle.
County. He's an exceptionally good trackster, running the 100 .
yard dash In 10,2. He's an outstanding high jumper, holding the (
State A and AA championship with a pump of 6'/", lie can run Ted Groves, Commission

the hurdles, the 220, the 440 and just about anything. Sports Director, said several
the fact about playing first string major league organizations are
That's not mentioning
even Commodores in football. Calloway has been one I eying the East Central coast Gibson High School has two the Blue Devils meet Apop- helped a lot, he said. We have game. Brown has connected on string Saturday will be Scott,
for the
halfback this and also plays a defensive areas as a training base for more attempts to break Into the ka at 8 p.m. in their last home started Reginald Brown nearly several different occasions with left end; William Shivers, left
of their best ground gainers year their minor league clubs andthat win column before the 1984 game of the season. every game this year and alternated end Randy Scott, and some- tackle; Max Stroman, left
halfback position. Tltusville is strategically lo.sated Carrying an H record, with with William Lewis, times with his halfbacks.. guard: Aldon Knight, center:
to serve the needs of a Football season comes to a close.\ some defeats being a shutout, Friday night Clayton said he In the backfield, Charles Mil- William Daughtry, right guard;
Fans keep asking when will the Terriers be full strength minor league club. Saturday night on Draa Field the Coach said he might try to I plans to start Lewis, since his ler, 175 pound fullback and Hubert John George, right tackle; Albert
at Homecoming the Blue Devils stick with one offense and witha : passing percentage is higher James have both contributed West, right halfback; Lew.
again.For Information purposes, they were ,Just 'about as full Basically", Groves pointed tangle with Phyllis Wheatley few adjustments, things might than Brown's. fine efforts as well as the is, quarterback: William Pen-
strength against Colonial last week as they will be for the remainder out, "Tltusvllle's first needs are of then week later work out different I Most of Gibson's offensive attach rest of the backs. der, right end; and James, left
of the season. to determine if the citizens ofthis High Apopka a I "Having two quarterbacks has has been with their passing Playing on Gibson's first half and Miller, fullback.
have need for such play the Okeechobee boys,
city a
Only four boys remain on the serious injury lllrt, halfback
Barry Gouge and Gary Hart, and linemen Joe Summers and Dun a recreation complex which then football season is complet

Toney. It's doubtful if any of these four will see much action the of would$75,000.cost"the city a maximum ed. Winter Park vs Tampa In Bowl

rest of the season. Howard Bats is also limping. Head Coach Mac Clayton, In

The complex, consisting offour his first year with the Blue

This weekend, fans should not have much trouble enjoying baseball diamonds, constructed Devils, analyzed the problemsand
in a cloverleaf fashion,
football at it's best. back to back, equipped with a commented, "most of our Game Here Sunday Afternoon
Titusvllle travels to Eau Gallie Friday night for an intra- small building directly in the trouble during the first six
county match, while Parkway's Seventh & Eighth grade hold center of the diamond so scouts games, have been major mistakes I
down Draa Field entertaining Central Junior High of Eau Gallie. can watch all four fields at one which seem to happen In
Then, Saturday night those Gibson Blue Devils are having Ume. A clubhouse with showers the early stages of the game, Tltusville's First Annual Charity out a loss. The team has had er who has scored seven touch-1 Quantlco Marines; Henry Scott
Wheatley of Apopka.Gibson' Bowl pits the State Champion only two touchdowns scored I(I downs this year Glen Williams Florida A & M standout during
then If
homecoming. They're meeting Phyllis and lockers, training tables, etc, we are unable to get '
got a problem this year. They can't win a football for at least four ball our defense rolling it's difficult Winter Park Parkers and the against their defense during the former service athlete with the 1959, 60 and 81.

It's not planned that way, it just happens accidentally. clubs to punch across for the scores". Tampa All-Stars in a semi-pro li game spree. I
Don't game.get us wrong, we're not knocking the Blue Devils, becausethey've clash on Draa Field Sunday aft- They have scored 510 points I *
If a minor league club was Clayton said he Introduced a ernoon at 2 p.m.The In 12 games and their offensive
worked real hard for a win, but it just hasn't come their
brought to Tltusville, the training multiple type offense for the Bowl game is sponsoredby yardage oer game has averaged RE-ELECT *
d1rect10n.Well period would last for only first time this year, and to make K7 yards. On the ground the *
win this PRIDE, Inc., and all
the Blue Devils to out a proceeds
we predict Big pull
four weeks, then the city would! two or three types of offenses Parkers have averaged about
weekend. Their first one of the season, after losing six straight. have complete control of the work, It generally takes a yearor will go to the city beau- 222 yards on the ground and 145 James H. Pruitt
tlficatlon projectWinter
They should score about four touchdowns, maybe more. fields, once the minor league so before the boys can master through the air.Tampa' *
Gibson's due to uncork. Park Parkers won the
teams left the area. it. All-Stars are a com
state championship last year bination of two teams combining ,
This is where Titusville should Saturday night, before an ex- and currently have a 12 game qt
There's no sense In predlctng: Parkway's Everyone their forces to and defeat
game. determine if they need a recrea pected large homecoming crowd winning streak underway with try .
1 knows they'll win. The Pirates win by force j habit the Parkers for the first V 11: 4
.,.. time. :

About those Terriers you say. Quarterbacking the team will
After Colonial pounced on the Terriers last week, and gave Navy Meets RuggedNotre be Jim Crawford, total offensive ,
them a real 26-0 thrashing ,we predict a strong comeback over leading quarterback in the Flor 1c" *
Eau Gallie. ida Football League. He has .
Our passing attack might be matched by the Commodores passed for 114 touchdowns. Alternates I-.l? ,1ic

and so will our running game. They're fast agressive and have Dame In Saturday Key Tilt are Solomon Leoms, I' *
most of the main components of building an upset. Dan Dease a former Boone High
standout; Adolphus Jones, of
But we'll go with the home team this weekend. Didn't last
week and won. Bethune Cookman; Jimmy Hill,
an end from Illinois JUCO who
By DICK COUCH time duty should provide It. passer In Snook and No. 1 re- last year scored seven touchdowns STATE REPRESENTATIVE *
Since everyone else seems to be filing Injunctions against the AuocUted Prill SportS Writer While Navy and Staubach Third ranked Alabama, 1-0, and Charles Cox former
State Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, think we will too. Navy's football season, nor. tangle with Notre Dame's meets Southeastern Conference University of Florida track star Group One Democrat"Paid

Volusla County Dove hunters got a permanent injunction to mally made or broken in the vaunted defense, Ohio State rival Mississippi State. Ninth- who runs the hundred yard of Florida for Warrrn by the Goodrich Democratic Chairman Executive. la cooperation Committee *
open the first phase of dove hunting, now in Brevard they havea annual windup against Army, tries to protect its No. 1 national ranked Louisiana State, 4-0-1, dash In 1.8.Halfbacks. with the' Brevard County Democratic Executive Committee
temporary Injunction to open the first phase. goes on the line a month early ; ranking against another brilliant plays Mississippi and Florida, are Jim Alford, an ;
Curtis Barnes, the Clerk of the Circuit Court said the permission this year. passer, Iowa's Gary Snook, No. 10 and 4-1, goes against amazing lightweight 145 pound- *
to open or close the first and second phases of dove The date is Saturday, the in the Big Ten headliner Auburn in other top SEC games.
bunting was decided at a pre-hunt meeting of hunters Barnes said target second-ranked Notre Elsewhere, Alabama, Arkansas Arkansas, 1-0, seeks to '.cement e
no dove hunters were present, mostly quail hunters so it was Dame and If that doesn't Nebraska and Oregon risk its No. 4 ranks and Southwest s
voted that dove bunting be closed during the first phase. Dove throw a bit of a Halloween scare perfect records against conference Conference lead against
hunters didn't like that apparently, so they're filing an injunction. Into the unbeaten Irish, there's opponents and unbeaten Texas A&M. Sixth-ranked Texas around like
The Judge In Volusla County said.In so many words if you always Roger Staubach. Georgia Tech, major Independent beaten only by the Razorbacks Nothing gets a goblin withCHEVRON8
tan hunt dovea In other counties you can hunt them In Vol usia. The Middies, three-time los power, meets Duke in a key in six starts, has a SWC
Well Judge, is there any county in Florida which allows several ers, have been pointing toward intersectional clash. date with Southern Methodist
of And this one 38th meeting between Ohio State, seeking a sixth High-scoring Nebraska must
days open alligator hunting. in some counties if we're
the teams with a straight victory and the Inside foe
get past rugged Big Eight
correct, deer season is allowed on certain dates and not on
others.So. passion usually reserved for track to the Rose Bowl, could be Missouri for victory No. 7. The
their service academy rival. If In for a rough hour at Iowa City. Cornhuskers are No. 5 in the
think we'll file an Injunction to open alligator hunting In any added Incentive is needed The Buckeyes have been less country. Suprising Oregon, also
Brevard and
deer hunting in Brevard. the return of All-American than overpowering in previous (0 and rated seventh, plays
If that works, someone might as well try to open deer season quarterback Staubach, recovered visits and they'll be contendingwith Stanford In a Pacific Athletic
the year round. Then, If they want to they can even open seasonon from a heel injury, to full- the nation's third-ranking Conference game.There's .

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.", October 30, 1H4 TItv.ym <(

I Terriers Travel To Eau Gallie Tonight I


Charlie Huggins I *

1; 1 Canaveral Cup Still Unknown

Don Stansell On '

"Doubtful A chance of doing r'hi: I.I4 I I Friday's- Tilts May- Slacken Title List

the formation and the 1
.possibility shotgun of seeing another i .> The possibility the three county -, land Cocoa Beach hosts Florida lando Edgewater and a moral
the Brevard Academy victory In Brevard
papers might get over Eau
quarterback for the first time
I 1' County Canaveral Cup dumpedin I But, the top game In Brevard Gallle's Commodores.
;this year accompanies Tltusvtlle 1I'I'
tonight as they travel to Eau I J I their laps still rides on an I still remains the Satellite-Mel Their offensive punch boasts
Gallic 1 "if" this weekend as two Intra- I bourne clash in Satellite Beach. three fine runners and a good
for their fourth
of the county county games might narrow the i Satellite Beach, a team only passer, particularly Ken Hutcherson -
game season. three. I three old has come aj total leader
I list from four teams to years present point
Head Terrier Coach John I I 1 Presently, If Einstein figured j: long way since Head Coach Dan among Brevard "big six."
Galnes said he might do away it mathematically there is a Thweatt took command In 1061. 1 Melbourne, however with two
with the shotgun for this week : I They were ranked close to the
way the county championship losses out of Brevard and a win
end unless the team has diffi end four tie j cellar In their first years of competition
: I could In a way and tie In the county has a hard
culty moving from their regular however that possibility is far but their 1HS4( squad has running fullback In powerfulGlen
,wing and various other '-t" from practical. Another case, It surprised a 11 1 neighboring lloltsman.
formations."We Is entirely likely the champion schools, leaving them wonderIng .
should be able to use our I ship might end In a threewaytie where all the fine material Tltusvllle'i Terriers weekend
with Eau Gallle
basic offensive tactics against all "ifs" barred. came from.Satellite's.
Eau Gallie, because both teams I The team receiving top billing 1 1I end as Satellite the only county for the past four years with lots three most proud three narrow learns.the list Cocoa of contenders to
are close to evenly matched lit ( ; I as the darkhorse In Brevard has team with a perfect atl-schedule I lor ability and strength. games have been the tie with Melbourne ,
weight. They may have aUt. I I Its' first opportunity to test slate and lots of depth meets ,. Tltusville travels to Eau Gal rough Daytona Beach Sea and TttuxvUle could
tle more speed, Gaines said. I ; ; depth against strength this week- Melbourne Die reigning champsat lie, Cocoa: goes to Vero Beach breeze, a crushing win over Or- end the three up In a four chases way tie but
Another reason why the Terriers 'I likely are Melbourne
might not use the pass. I, I ; Cocoa and Satellite.
Ing shotgun formation is the I Public DrawingFor The Terriers with more key
chance Charlie Huggins, All. 1 1 ; PJH Seventh Eighth Play injuries than most of the county
Brevard Quarterback last year : teams combined may lose the
who has led the Terriers for the ; Hunt Dales services of their first string
past two years might see only i ; quarterback and another guard
limited action. Huggins received Planned tonight plus two other starters.
an ankle Injury during practice I Central JH Here Saturday MondayA Quarterback Charlie Huggins la
: reported to have bad ankle
.. this week and his condition a ,
; public drawing to determine
for tonight's game is ml and Guard Don Stansell: Is also
known. Since Huggins Is the Terrier in ; waterfowl hunting reservations!! on the doubtful list! because of
Noel passer and the shot I By Den Hemkt guards, Mike Lyle and Eddies I 1 Ic-h at center, Jimmy Hart at on the Merrltt Island National a cut over the eye received In
gun formation is used mainlyfor ; I I Gordon at tackles, and Mark 'quarterback, Mike Coffey and Ildlife Refuge will be held I the Colonial game last week;
a passing attack, Titusvtlle Parkway Junior High Pirates Hoffman and Jim Matrow at Jerry Parker at halfbacks, and Monday at I a m. In the Community Eau Gallle, last ranked along
will probably have to stick with Seventh and Eighth grade football ends. David Puff at fullback. Room at Citizen's Bank, with Cocoa Beach, has had difficulty .
their usual "t"_ Gary Hart, if ry { teams will host the grid- Playing In the Raider bnrk- Starting on the Bandit unit according to Refuge Manager since the season: opener
not Injured would be the likely dors of Central Junior High of field will be Ken Ullchru.1 at will be ends Leo Davis and Doug Curtis Wilson, getting their offense to rolling.
replacement if Huggins cannot Eau Gallle In a doubleheaderat fullback, Don Rogers at quarterback McMatiters, tackles Duncan Mc. Applications received by Oct. According to some reports tit _
perform, however he [Is out of ed 287688,1 Draa Field Friday night lit and C. Arthur and Brad Bride and Tony Meldrum, 20 will be included In the drawIng Eau Gallle line Is one of t h e
the line-up with a broken wrist. 7 pm. The Parkway teams have Church*ell at the halnl k guards Ricky Johnson and Tom and throe received after strongest In the county, but the
Bill Hardln, the Terriers "do iedntical records of three wins, posts. Starting on the line for my Hill, center Chris llowitt, Oct. 20 will be processed on a offensive backs have been unable
It-all man" will probably fill in no losses. the Raiders wlll be Harm's and quarterback Billy McClure, halfbacks first come, first served basis to put across the scoring!
for Huggins Hardin also plays The Seventh grade, which Jerry Gladella at the ends, J, Ilal Claubaugh and Ron- after! the drawing. punch..
halfback, end and a defensive have victories over Cocoa Beach Donn and D. Day at the tackles nlo Huggins, and fullback Marv Wilson said there are still a Cocoa High, tied with Satellite
linebacker.Eau 7-0, Edgewood 1J7, and De- T. Strenth and I). Drew son Nichols. The Eighth I grade grid- few openings| on Wednesday mil for first place plays Vim Beach.;
Gallie, with only one Laura 194 will start Jim More- at the guards, and M. McDanli'l dors who have' defeated Cocoa Thursday An The Tigers will resume their
victory is reportedly in good ; I I 1 craft at quarterback, Bruce at center. Beach WO, Edgewood 7-0, and agreement Wildlife between the National county schedule next week U
health for the first time a 11 ; Herman at right half, Mike Ball Starting for the Eighth I grade PcLaura 12 ( are coached by II Refuge and NASAto against Melbourne ..
from the same left half and Bob at fullback will be permit waterfowl hunting on
year. Suffering ; at Kyle Viking unit T Langley Hall
John ) David Kirk, and En- the Merritt Inland
problem that has slowed Titus In the Buccaneer back- and Kim Smith at ends, Carl I complex was
.Yule, numerous first string in- field. On the Buccaneer line :ill! Bandy and Chip Kverhart at nls Proctor The Seventh grade Introduced. The entire north t VOLKSWAGENREPAIRS
I : Jointer will start at center, J. tackles, Byron Kory and K-;> n coaches are Ellis UlUoy, Dan- section of the island will be clos-
Boatwright and Steve Maxwell Bingham at guards! Tom Smlr-Mel Drake and Daniel Godby. rd to the public Nov. 1. Si SERVICEFor
VOTE FOR TUurrlll Area '

Wins Ladies TourneyJackie -- -

WILLIAMPOWELL Louisiana State Florida and Keller won "A" Flight" MECHANIC ON DUTY,
Sue Street copped "U"
Flight honors this week In a BRUCE'S'
Women's Golf Association Tournament .4
L i at Whimpering HI Hi AMERICAN SERVICE

G.O.P.COUNTY C.ndldat. For All Risk Titles Saturday Country A club Club.spokesman said tht Brad A WtMnftwi If.

SURVEYOR next scheduled content Is Nov. 9.

I Mississippi team which could be Bryant Is also quick to point If Sidle Is/ really ready to go.
* * * * .
(Pd. Pol. Adv) likened to a truckload of dynamite out that Stale which has won //IY Gators will play without
just waiting to explode. II three In a row, could easily be Jack Harper who aim
Florida, ranked 10th and with 9-1 at this point. The Mansonwere missed! the Alabama game. RE-ELECT NOV. I
only a 17-14 has to Alabama to beaten 21-7 In their opener This contest sends one of the DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATI
suit its record, will play an Auburn then lost I8-1J to Florida on best offenses' In the SEC against/
team which might have Its a lastsic and field goal, and 14- one of the brat\ cll'f(, !lt'II. Florida K. A. CUTTER(
; America back Jimmy Sidle, 13 to Tt'nnl'lIIM'e. ranks second behind Alabama
@ ready for a full afternoon of ac LSU which hasn't beaten OleMiss In offense having averaged PORT COMMISSIONER
I tion. In its last two tries will %ilK yards per game. Auburn
'Rama Coach Paul Bryantsays be out for revenge against the ranks second behind LSUIn PROVEN DEPENDABLE
"needless! to say, we are In Rebels, who started the season defense giving up an aver. BUSINESSMAN
for another tough game, and I as the natkJ '. top.ranked team, age of IV) yards per outing.
'just hope our boys realize that. but have failed to jell FULLY QUALIFIED It EXPERIENCED
In non-conference Kentucky
Mississippi State has been get. The LSU-Olo MUM rivalry Is games .
Journeys to Morgantown .1. Mi P ld tr kr R. A. Cui.
ting better every week and we one of the mont fierce In the
to meet West
know we'll have to for our and dates back to 1894 Virginia; Georgia
fight country
AatlAesred ...f..j ..... lives hunts power-packed North Carolina
to win. The Bayou Bengals lead Ole
LM.et Reef Tn. ,, "I'm looking for I real head Mb In the series 28-22, with two and Tulane meets Virginia
at New Orleans.
knocking ball game, and I lust James ending In ties. Military FOOTBALLSUNDAY
hope we do most of the knockIng Florida will got another big Georgia will be at the ('filM'roadl ;
PANNING ," Bryant laid. tent against the Tigers, widalToneghi against I North Carolina 0c j,lr NOV. I
tram that has vowed to win all
NEW U. S. 1 SOUTH the rent of then this season, WINTER PARKPARKERS
PHONE GamesTltiwvllle Couth Vinci IkKtley says. The "I
with but a 3-3 tie with Tennesseeto Bulldogs art a surprising 12-1
mar Its record, takes on a In the record bonk, but Pooleymy VI.
at Eau Gallle Florida Air at Cocoa Beach they haven't been tested
Melbourne at Satellite BeachScores Cocoa at Vero Beach aims Alabama clobbered them TAMPAALL
DeLand at Apopka II.3 In their orn r. The game STARS
Voted Is rated a
Gurney toMup
Congressman Palatka at Daytona Beach
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Chur News Of The Week R. C. pjn. in prayer the home meeting of the will minis beheld Birchwood lfei ht& Lane In Colonial

Services for First Christian
4r Church of Indian River City -.
Titusville and North Brevard
County are being held In the Civic Center FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

with Bible School at 9 a.m.;
For Ouirea News M Them Fates I P. >1L Wednesday "In Th. Heart Of The Community
Morning Worship at 10, with
pastor's sermon subject "The MaID ft Hopkins Titusrllle. FloridaW.
-- Qualifications: and Duties of
S. Hardin. Pastor
First MethodistMorning r::: HEOTATItl lit Assembly Pine Grove BaptistPine I lion is a member of the American
Of God I Baptist Association A film "The Patriarchal SERVICESSunday -
worship will be belt 'w. .. Grove Baptist Mission Age" win be show at 7
at 8:30.9:40: and 11 im. begin ::.:= :: Services for First of corner of Spring and Stanford pntFIRST Worship . .0. . 8:30 fc 11:00 AM
Ding this Sunday, Nov. 1, at God Main Assembly Streets in Scottsmoor, announces Sunday School . .. . .. . . 9CS A.M.
First Methodist Church of Titus announced, 1212 West follows Street Pastor are the following services: CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Training Union . . . .. .... .. 8:15 .A.M.
vffle. v.E. W. Norman will W. J. Cox:as by Sunday: Sunday School, 10 1027 Park Are. TlrnsvUle Sunday Evening Worship . ... . 7:30 P.M.
be bringing the message at each a.m. under the direction of Ernest Sun School 9:45: a.m. Worship Hour. II .... Mld-Week Service. Wednesday . . 7:30 P.M.Oldest .
service. This Sundays sermon Sunday: Sunday School 9:45: Wooden with classes for
all Youth
Fellowship. Evangelistic Hour
p.m. Established In
title will be "That We Baptist Church In Area-
May .m., Morning worship : ; ages; Pastor Roe Johnson will
See", and scripture will be read Evening worship 7:30.: bring the message at the 11 o' 7 pan. Wed. midweek service. 7 p-m. 1889-Affiliated with Southern Baptist Convention
from John 1:13-38.: The 11 a.m. THOMAS REAM MINISTERScrlphara1Chrlal.CeateredEnryoDe Churchel-
Christ's Ambassadors meet at clock hour; Evening services begin -AIr.CondUloDed-Molher of Three
service Is broadcast over radio
station WRMF. 7:30: ,.m. Tuesday and Bible with Baptist Training We Cordially Invite You to Attend Our Services.
study is conducted by the pastor course at 1:30: and song and Infants ft Toddlers Nursery
Church School, under the sup. ..iw. sarI on Thursday nights at 730.: worship service at 7:30.

envision of Sid Carraway, will am ,reminded of your sin Tuesday evening at 7:30: choir
begin at 8:30: and at (:.45 a.m. cere faith.a faith that dwelt 'practice and Wednesday at 7:30:
With classes for all ages. first In your grandmother Lois; leg p.m. prayer meeting and Bible ,
Youth recreation will be held and your mother Eunice and Thursday, 10 am, women'svisitation study on the 18th chapter of
at 8.30: p.m. with choir, orches- now I am sure, dwells In you.II ; 7:30: p.m., men's vis Romans. Isnwiii"
tra, snack supper and meetings ( Timothy 1:1: RSV) itation. Thursday evening at 4 the
Evening worship will begin at It Is most difficult but neces Friday, 7:30: p.m., GA Associational Sunday School fellowship and
6:30 p.m. with Mrs. Paul Low. sary that we should guide our meeting, First Baptist ball game will meet at Jim
rey playing the organ loved ones husband, or wife, Merritt Island. Stowe's home.
The Woman's Society of or child into the Christian Saturday night, RA banquet. The Pine Grove Baptist :Mis-
Christian Service will hold Its faith.
regular monthly meeting in the
Sanctuary at 10:30 a,m. follow. My grandmother was the wife First Methodist Church Titusville
of a government In Hokkaido
ed by a covered dish luncheon.
The 11 a.m. choir will hold re over M years ago. She ANNOUNCES
fcearsal the Sanctuary at 7:30: heard one day a sermon delivered THREE MORNING WORSHIP SERVICES
p.m. Tuesday. The Junior Girls by the founder of Doshlsha EVERY SUNDAY
University. She bought a Bible
Scouts meet in Hennessey Hall
and learned to read It by the AT -
at 1:4$ p.m. on Tuesday.
help of two friends. Her husband 1:30 8:45 11:00
The Boy Scouts meet at 6:30 persecuted her severely
,.m. at Blanton Park on Wed. by beatings, but she did not AND TWO SUNDAY SCHOOLS
nesday. The 9.45: a.m. choir will give up reading the Bible every ATa30 -
hold rehearsal at 7:30: p.m. Wednesday day. Her earnest faith won her $ and tCS
in the Sanctuary three daughters to ChrIst. The
Evening Worship Continues at 1:30
The Fellowship Class will be eldest girl and the next one pm
meeting from now on at 9:45a were married to evangelists for
.m. In the Woman's Club buildIng Christ, and from the eldest I
on Sunday and the Joy Class 'was born. k
will meet in the PlrUe building My mother, who brought me TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH

at 9.45: am. also.Trinity up In earnest prayer, Is not hereon (CAlI American L...$...." Church) ,, k
earth now. Whenever I thinkof
Lutheran her, I feel her heartfelt faithIs 040 MAGNOLIA AVENUE 4
a source of my power to live
Sunday morning worship service and work for Christian evangel. 1$

at Trinity Lutheran Church Ism in Japan. SUNDAY SCHOOL .._._........'.. .1:00 ......
begins at 10:15. The Sacramentof Prayer: 0 heavenly Father, I CHURCH SERVICES ...,............ .. IONS ......
Holy Communion will be cele thank Thee for nurturing mankind -

brated at this Sunday's service. from generation to genera w. Existed A CcriIaJ Welcome To YOIIICLAUDI ,,
, The church is located on Magnolia tion. I beseech Thee, 0 Lord, '
Avenue. A nursery for make me as a man who does I. TIJAN, Pulse __ ,
small children Is conducted not only receive the abundait a' 6 _
during the worship service. gifts of Jesus, but shares them '
Sunday School begins at ,. with his friends and descendantsas THr 1k {
Classes for all ages of childrenare well In the name of Jesus, WELCOME ere
taught and a class for adults I pray. Amen. WOOD
Is also provided. Children ender Thought for the day: God First Baptist 't haWI ,.
three may stay In the Sunday more than repays us for the
School nursery provided.A price we pay for following ,,,
regular Luther League Christ. It
Church looks easyl!
meeting will be held Sunday Norimlchl Eblzawa (Japan) ?MP',
,from 6-7:30: at the church. I elro.r/ la no time at ell this solid log is cut dean
Tuesday morning and evening ,
the Chrismon work will contin Central Baptist, Of warilyrrot through' There's a reason.' Because back of the saw

ue. At 9 the morning worshop Services for Central Baptist b sufficient to do the job..penetrating Oh the
Church of power power.
begins and at 6, the evening Indian River City, SUNDAY SCHOOL P
session Those ladles Interestedin Rev D. V. McAllister, pastor, tU A. M. power that could be loosed from your life and mine if we were but
working on these may come are announced u follows: MORNING WORSH.,
during these times and stay as Sunday: Sunday School, 9.45a : A. M. willing..inexhaustible power...mountains of power that could penetrate
long as they wish. .m.,, Morning worship, 11; Dea.con' YOUTH .II.HURIAL ,. .M. Iau I wicked world and turn H Oodward Jesus said, "All power is given unto me"Then
2 30 Youth I cwtmc"
Tuesday from 6 to 7 the First meeting, : p.m.; : J
Year Confirmation Class choir rehearsal, 6; Baptist Deacon's TRAINING. UNION i why not make contact with God this very day-th* source ol real power.

meets,age from Junior 1:30: Lutheran to 7 the Choir Primary 8:30: ;Book Evening will worship be ,taughtat 7:30: ; IVINING WORSHIP 1:18 71. P.P. M.WID. M.. I r =oJ Ho said ""Lo I am with you alway." Attend church and give Him a

will rehearse; from 7 to 7:30: the Adult choir practice, 845.: NIGHT PRAVIRIRVIc1 .u.0+ ere i chance to help. rewind Ute mainspring of your //.. Link it up with
Junior Lutheran Choir will Monday, WMU World Day of $ 7:. P, M. I
vNs1"Th. ; the in the Power Room
rehearse and Prayer. e billion-volt-dyoamo
from 7:30 to 8:30:
Tuesday, 10 am., General Ed Of You (I
the Adult Choir will rehearse.
of The Moat
Wednesday morning the WMU meeting; 7:30: YWA Sank for I friendly I I bChurch' High

Church Workers Course, study. meeting. ", .1 i
Ing the "Psychology of ChristIan Wednesday, 1:30: p.m.. officer
Education", meets from 1:30: Teachers meeting; Beginner and AIr CIftllftt.M4 Per vsss.
Primary Sunbeams Junior '
to 11:30.: and Year Celllfwtl 1
Wednesday from 6 to 7 the Intermediate GA's and RA'i ontV I Minutes Frees
Second Year Confirmation Class meet at the church; 7:30: Business .... J...,.. I. 'I.twrfht Dlwllte.II Tltv.yUIe
meets. From 7 to 7:30: the meeting and prayer meet. This Church Feature Is sponsored and supported by:
church is open for a special .5 * * * * * * '
"Meditation Time" where those *

quiet to desiring minutes may In prayer spend a and few *it SEND Duffy'sMima First Federal Savings & Loan Association

meditation. One may enter and Florida Downtown Titusville
leave this service at anytime.
Town Motel Baird's Mobile Home

Bellwood Baptist JIM DRESSIER Downtown Titusville ','.Ii"",r Rte. 1 Box 351 Cocoa, FloridaThrelkeld's

Bellwood Baptist Church services Standard .
Service Luke Cain
are announced as follows 8 ,'
by the pastor, Bro. Herbert it BACK TO TALLAHASSEE AS YOUR Downtown Titusville, AM 7.9927 ',.. State Farm Insurance Companies

Walters: ., Sunday School, 9.43: a.m.; Indian River Machine Shop !, ,),,(

Morning This chapel worship is, 11.a mission of : STATE SENATOR : Indian River City, Florida Boyd Gulf Service

Central Baptist Church of Indian Downtown Titusville
River City. Mims Citrus Growers Association

it DEMOCRAT'* Mime Florida Brevard Lumber Company

it Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Roberts Jr. W. E.
Attend ,
: VOTE NOV. 3 4r VOTE NOV. 3 : Minis Florida Badcock Furniture, Titusville

Services it ATTORNEY BUSINESSMAN ,. Bryan-Conway & Winstead, Inc. *\ C. W. Danenburg

it e ,. Downtown Titusvilla Danenburg Realty

This ,. 1314 S. Washington, TitusvilleBelk.Lindsey

itit ,,
LEGISLATOR FAMILYMAN ,. Titusville Master Cleaners

Weekat J ,. s. Hopkins at Titusville City Limit

it Ray Nelson Insurance Agency

Big Apple Plaza Fransen's Drive In Restaurantand
Dour Own ,. Employees South Washington

.. Titusville
r fv Burger King

Place ]!to North U. S. 1, Titusville
Edwards Realty

Fll w Clthwwt ,. Duff Electric-Titusville Joe and Mary Edwards

I. It fair to ... yew .. MM and sr .... sttto liMHtvtfMM Wt..... Uirnlrv In Mr. and Mrs. H. Guy Duff Baldwin Shopping Center
of WorshipWUmV tc ,'"'l .f MM itata air 4y sieved ty ",. ... hwu kns. Wi s..f... H wppUmnt -.
tc Florid. r.aldents aftwtdlnfl qu.IM" fHttH <.IUe. .. swell II MM Uniwtlty .f Miami Canaveral Rambler Brevard Mutual Ins. Agency Inc.
tc dollar.ellwUIe, UIII..,..., and ir.,1'4' imlimrir Cll e. and cww.r yew tn Phone AM 7-1348 "*" Downtown Titusville ,

3cWjjArr .

: JiM ; Rinker Materials Corp. The Employees of

West Orange, Ph. AM 7-5900 Suburban Propane
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I FrM y, October JJ, 1K4 TthitvHt (Fltrtaa) S.aA4vt..H Pa.. 11

Ti I Lutheran Reformation RallyA Way Of Life BaptistWay

Of Life Mawfenary Baptist

L6.Church News Of The WeekFor Reformation Rally, a service and Tituevllle A Joint Sunday Church, Singleton Avenue at
of remembrance and School choir from .these ctasreh- Dairy Road Oen Human pastor

thanksgiving on this 447th anniversary es will stag, "Onward CbrMtu announce services a* fol-,
q of the Lutheran Re- Soldiers." and the Joint Adult Iowa:

formatted, Will be h..d Sunday, Choir will stag "With a Voice Sunday: Sunday School, IIam.

Titusville and North Brevard County No,. I, 1:00: p.m., at Colt Stidl- of Staging." Many guests from II .; Morning worship, 11; Evening
urn, Highway KO west 01 Cocoa. the Brevard area are expected'
Deadline For Church News on These Pages I P. M. WednesdayDrircln worship, 7:30.:
The speaker for this event to attend. The public ta cor-
I Wednesday, 7:30: pin, Prayer
will be the president of the diaUy invited. meeting.
Florida-Georgta District of the
Singing every 4th Saturday at
Church C&M Alliance EpiscopalThe Lutheran Church Missouri Church Of God I 730 p.m.
I 1 Sturchlo Addresses Synod the Rev. August Berthalof

Drive-In Church services at Park Braden will open the schedule for St. Gabriel's Winter Haven Services for Church of God

the Crown Drive-In Theatre on I Sunday School of the CAMA at Episcopal Church, as announced This service Is sponsored by on Hopkins Ace, are announced: Good News."

U.S. 1, North Titusville, will begin 1:45 a.m. with lively songs and by Father Ferguson Is as Heeling On "Teaching Methods"Gene the eight churches of the Cocoa as follows by Pastor Daniel,: The public Is invited to attend I
this Sunday, Nov. 1, at II further reports on the "Vote M follows: Beach Circuit: : Cocoa Beach, theee services.

a.m. The very best of live and I Sunday School" campaign whichIs On Sunday, Morning Prayer Sturchlo Professor of some teachers have more natural Daytona Beach, Melbourne, Sunday: Sunday School 10

recorded gospel singing will be In progress. There will be will be saw at 7:1: a.m.: Holy Social and Political Sciences at ability but this can be developed Merritt Island Roekledge, am.; Worship, 11:00: ; Evangelistic -

given at each service. This Sunday I classes for all age groups Including Communion win be celebratedat Brevard Junior College, addressed ," stated Sturchlo. Satellite Beach South Daytona, service, 7 p.m. THE DORIS LAMP SHOP

recorded selections by. the nursery. Franz Aafc- 7:30: a.m.; Sunday School for members of the Cocoa Sturchlo then listed seven Tuesday, ::30 p.m., Youth ser Lamp Stylttti
George Beverley Shea and Tennessee baugh will teach the Adult Bible the fourth grade and up will Beach Circuit Sunday School i!rules of teaching: ((1) Know Good Shepherd
Ernie Ford will be giv: Class "Stewardship of Possessions" meet at 9 a.m.; Family Euchar Association of The Lutheran what is to be taught; ((2) Gain vice.Thursday, 7 p.m., Bible study. DECORATOR

en. ; ist will be celebrated at 10 a.m.; Church, Missouri Synod at thegroup' and keep the attention of pupils; LutheranDivine II

Leslie Sparks, Minister in I "The Crushed Grain" will be Sunday School third grade and semi-annual meeting, I I ((3)) Use words illustrations and Worship services win Drive-In Church Over CUSTOM 500 to
the sermon topic by the pastor below will meet at 10 held Sunday afternoon. methods which are understood
of the service a.nt under I
charge plans a
be held at S.OO: and 10:JO a.m. chase tram
series of gospel sermons lead. Rev. Roy Forward, during the direction: of James Mun- Sturchlo spoke to the assembly I by the pupils as well u the Titusvllle
Nov 1 at Good Drive In Church.with .
the 11 a.m. worship hour. The Schoolteachers on Sunday All Slaesl
nis, Jr. of Sunday I teacher Lead pupils from
ing up to the Christmas season, l consisting ; (4)) Church In TltusvWe.I service at the Crown
beginning with "We Have GoodNews" Christian Cadets and SeniorA.Y.F. On Monday Nov. 2, at 1:30: from the Synod's eight I the known to the unknown; (5) Shepherd will Drive-In Theatre, OOIIat 9 All Shaped l .
The Rev. Arnold F. Claus
and the Christian work a.m. Holy Communion will be churches In Brevard and Volusia I Stimulate pupils' own minds; I for Colors!
ers class will meet at (:.30 p.m."Speechless" Meth conduct both services using his a.m. Sunday hymn stag and
"Teaching to
celebrated for AH Souls Day. All counties on (6)( ) Require pupils reproduceIn Communion.
These drive-in services will be I sermon topic "Our Christian Holy THE DORIS LAMP SHOP
will be the
to in those who want departed loved ods." thought the lesson they are text Leslie Sparks, pastor, will we I'll.. U... aIfINW" N.. arL
handicapped based
helpful the
many Citizenship on
topic during the evening evangelistic that
think lessonsor
Review the FLA.
ones remembered at the Altar "Some people i learning, (7) his 1-11111I COST 0..1.
those who have dif as sermon topic.'e Have
bearing or from Matthew 8:15-11 The
service. please call the Church Office. teachers are born, but they are concepts which have been :
flculty getting in and out of cars. Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., Pray.er On Tuesday Nov. I, at 1:30: made by bard work. Of course, learned, linking new ideas with Sacrament of Holy Communion I \
with small children
Families meeting and Bible study. a.m. The St Brtgit Chapter will! old and correcting any misun- win be celebrated during the
may remain In their cars to wor Thursday 7:30: pm., Ladies meet at the home of Mrs. Dorothy I derstandings which may have first worship service.At iirEAai siurriia nacaaaas nasal

ship. Missionary Prayer Fellowship Johnson. At 1 p.m. the Mary I I. R. C. MethodistThe I arisen. 1:15: o'clock. Snuday School sLave

service at 9 meeting. Martha Chapter will meet at the classes for children beginningwith
The worship a.m. service of worship for the lie advised that teaching Nursery, three, and Including
will offer an early time of communion home of Mrs. R. M. Alexander. Methodist age William H. Bill Clark
Indian River City methods have to be adopted to Junior Bible and Adult ( )
On Nov. 4 Morning
and fellowship.The Wednesday,
First Presbyterian"Election Church will be held Sunday at the teacher's own personality; Bible Classes, will be conducted.
Prayer will be said at 7:15 .
minister trained
as a
11 a.m. In the new church located one may not be able to teachIn At this time also, the Pastor's Pos
psychologist will be glad to 1984" will be followed by Holy Communion.On .
No. SO across the same manner as another
on Highway Class will meet studying the
counsel with those perplexedby the topic of the sermon by the Thursday Nov. 5, The from Indian River Heights. The teacher would. He concludedthat basic Christian Doctrine Canaveral Port AuthorityifA

the many problems of o u r Rev. Charles W. Bates, pastor, Holy Communion will be celebrated : pastor, Rev. Robert Waddell, Jesus' teachings are vital, Small children will be cared
MOT cms* s
modern life. at the 8:30: and 11 o'clock services at 9.30: a.m.; u p.m., will bring the message "Is vibrant concepts. The teacher for In the during the

This service is a part of the Sunday. There is a Choir Rehearsal; 7:30: p.m.., Your Problem (;04'. Will?" who faces the class with that second worship nursery service, with rot A4>. rd. For >r Wllllim H. Clark
Adult Confirmation
Class 9am.President's
World Outreach program of the church-hour nursery for child council Sunday School for all ages will conviction will be successful. Mrs. Betty Nethlng and Miss

Christian Women's Fellowship of ren to age six at the late service meeting. be held from 1:45: a.m. to 10:351: Opening devotional was conducted Janet Netting in charge

the First Christian Churchof only. a.m. The nursery will be by the Rev. Carl A. Sam Many members and friendsof
Melbourne, of which Mrs. Te- Sunday School, with classes !tor-Hi and Senior-Hi Youth able for the worship hour. I I meUlnger, pastor of the crocuJt's the congregation will attend

vis Huguely is chairman. for all, convenes at 1:45: ; Jun- Groups meet at 7 p.m. The recreation period for the newest mission congregation the Reformation Rally at S.OO:

youth will not be held this Sunday Faith, located on Merritt o'clock Sunday afternoon at DRIVE-IN

'I I In order that everyone may Island. The Rev. Otto Dlefcn- Colt Stadium. Highway (20 west

FIX YOUR OWN DARN SET! be free to attend the Christian bach pastor of Redeemer Lutheran of Cocoa. The Rev, August
Worker's School which begins Church, Melbourne, was la Bernthal of Winter Haven, president CHURCH SERVICECROWN
Sunday 3:00: pm. at Grace charge of the closing vespers. of the Florida-Georgia District
end tht cast tf high ..,.Ico charges W have the tubs and
live pert you need en Methodist Church, Merritt Island -
she 1 latest professional type tube ,..ter. E. A. Qulgley, president of the of the Lutheran. Church
The Sunday Evening Fellowship I circuit's Sunday School Association Missouri Synod, will be the DRIVI-IN THEATRE

Radio-TV Tubes TV Ant. & Hardware usually held at 7'30. presided over the meetingand speaker for this outstandingevent U. S. 1, NORTH TITUSVILLI
pm. has also been canceled.The made announcements.
40% Off List Lowest Price In Brevard Christian Worker's SchoolIs Tuesday evening at T.I: 0'-

primarily for teachers and Good Shepherd Lutheran clock, the Pastor's class will PREACHING MISSION
workers in the church school Church of Titusville, served as meet In the church office.
STEREO AMPLIFIER FREE PARTS CATALOG but courses: are offered which host for this meeting and arrangements Choir rehearsal under the DISCIPLES OF CHRIST J

will be of Interest to all. Sessions were In charge of direction of George Doebrlch,
KIT Fill In below and mall to Canaveral Electronics win be held Monday Roy Lesson, Superintendent of will be held on Wednesday

10-Watt* 2504 Hopkins Ave., TituivUle for through Thursday from 7'30 the Sunday School. evening at 7:30.: Ctnducttd By
a. your copy. to 9.30pm.: Transportation Mrs. Harold Wllmer assist
Power pm. Thursday afternoon, I:IS o' LESLIE SPARKS MINISTER
and baby sitting will be ed by Mrs. Donald Ackerman, clock the Junior Confirmation
l"II e Sparkling Name . .. . .. . ..,. .... .. furnished. Mrs. Bert lleln and Mrs. Robert class will meet with Pastor TITUSVILLI CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
Shia Junior Girl Scouts will meetat Funkhouser, served refreshments CIa
Address . . .. .. .. ... ,. .... the church Monday from 4pm. from a table decorated The us teaching Voters' Assembly the group.will be SptnttrtJ By

to S:30: The First with Fall flowers and leaves in
City .. . ... ... .. ... ... .., .. and Second Grade pm. Choir will rehears gold, orange and red. Mrs. Ray held 7M. on Officers Thursday and evening committee at FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH, MELIOURN$. fLAt

4O-ow Stock $1895 State ... . ., . .,.. .. ,. ...... in the church from 2::45 mond Nethlng handled registra. members for INS win be elected DAYTONA DRIVI-IN CHRISTIAN CHURCH
pm. Bob Scout Troop No. Uons. and other pertinent business of DAYTONA nACHo FLA.
370 win meet at tie church al 4
The group adjourned to th econRfl'iaUon's congregation will be discussed.
CANAVERAL ELECTRONIC CO. INC. 7 pm. education] .
The Woman't Society ol new -_. -- ._----
where teachers attend ,
I YOUR AMD ELECTRONIC PARTS SUPERMARKET Christian Service will have Its ed building departmental conferences See ADAMS Your Full Lln. General Electric Dealer
executive meeting Tuesday,
2504 Hopkin Avt. Titutvllla 27-521 the various
moderated by sup
1:30: a.m. The General Meeting
- win follow at 10:30: and will conclude erintendents.

eon. Girl Scout Troop No. 310 Nazarene

will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m.
The Adult Choir will have Us The First Church of the Naia-

rehearsal Wednesday at 7:30 rene. 1027 Park Avenue, announces
services of the BIG ZERO-DEGREE FREEZE
\ pm. Tenon and altos are the

som'st\ \ needed and are invited to attend week; w'+ Hold up to 04 Ida f nxeti Feodi
\ J
b\t the rehearsal The Explorer will
The Junior Department
\ n Scouts will meet Thursday at
,lua lent a"$ & mM at the church annex tonight AUTOMATIC DEFROST
fcnw, 7:30 pm. Members will participate
i at 7:30: for a Halloween
Chcagoearl alO. pr10.61BtomaQet5
l *> In visitation Evangelism REFRIGERATOR
the l )A\\" Ca rtsts3fjft \lie party. Tomorrow night, from
Wednesday and Thursday be-
.I "ben \ eecUhe: (-7, at the church annex the
at 7
; : ,al : about : that ginning The Methodist p.rn.Youth Fellowship Primary Department will meet 2 DOOR COHVEMUKCfl
the Vatveaa
\ IuUiW for its Halloween party and at
duet th{
}o\are:: consul tg : erstueil\ novel {e Jr made Utu:: will at the have a Halloween 7-30 the Teen Fellowship will j[ ONLY zr WIDE!
by Party church tomorrow
114 led tb'ed: at- wherl .0'1 letler' begin its Halloween party,
Vin, to mRam6i decWlrI libraA'ol Cicetin mot'jrd night Juniors and seniors will

: nderr mipd ,ou, {utey tattodltn8t bCt":1 I,," participate. The Sunday Schwa Hour begins
?1 mUII\"at xu emsedom 3tf lets fn,,\oared n at 1:45: under the leadershipof 3 Cabinet Stoke Msoels4e
{ n I bh {e st3t e Hubert Blankwwhlp with Enamel! Vegetable Bin ButW
enat del a
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be liners
bTCttefO 2 let Tmy* ._
,'" \1I\\'fl1 I'I" 10. Cicetx classes fur all agrt. The Wore Ccmpartmtnt
!a n tia119temtad se 011 rlult :.? cU", VIand 1s dye ladudend. ed- The Church of Christ meets at ship service begins at 11:00: with Wire Rack Cover to simplify ...

lanimlt co" 9 In a 1\0 mf\bl ties qQ\\ pO\O 1 t\\Cu\e\\er: \I to the corner of St Johns and Rev.( Thomas Ream bringingthe Naval' No D"r Clearance
tue ducCicero'g :l t U OB: Ft
of \the hour. ,1 Needed at SUe
Avenue. The schedule message
: : Vo\lot n C a t nab' t Itotsad' ;9abt is+r'c1 .0' A adafb : of services Is u follows: The Junior, Teen and Young Not Volume

'[ be dte8{ ot Rome wan bl 10" C N Ctblc nmrt- Sunday: Bible study, 9 SO Adult Feikmhlps win meet at

T \ : toiled t: red Teat 'lIO"i whir'' dahdT deilaelt a.m.; morning worship 10.50a 6:00. Aim at the same hour the

m.; evening service. I p.m. Senior Citizens Prayer Band -
ten.boy Mid-week Bible study li heldon win mrrt The Evangelistic

\n a old otbe n or -seal Wednesday at 7pm. (Hour at 7.00; with Rev Ream t 19995wwt
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wi c\sCO; _erkt, morning and Wednesday nightThe prayer
in san ld"'ller 1Ia\\01Ia\ is"" \ minister of the church Is on Wednesday night at 700.; Model TB-303Y

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Tltuiville (Florid., ) 611r.Adree/tee Frltfiy, October 90, 1M4


Gibson JC Bike Rodeo Big SuccessThe COUNTY, U* AND FLORIDA FOR BREVARD

Space Exploration te lnlrt TUU
TWA EngineersA SOTICB or aiirUK
Jaycee sponsored Bike 1 Winners of the various racing Winners of the bites were 2nd >LA JOirmOR, formerly

NighNews If there Is any question abou,tEJ enhower administration I Saf-T-Rxeo, held Saturday for contests included: grader Rendi Ray Blaylock, LBOLA DROWN Plaintiff
"floating" dinner party will I I'
Republican Barry Goldwater'ifeeling .share all Americans' pride In area youngsters, was an unqualified I Richard Price, Ralph Thomas with 238 points; Brenda Harry BAR
be held at the yacht basin '
tonight in regard to these to' I. FRANK NBC. et at.D.fepdanta.
exploration achievements.
space These success, according
in Tltusvllle as TWA Layoutand pro Sherry Rathburn James son, sixth grade, with 246 points; .
local supporters have grams Including the important Jaycee Walt Blumquist, chair. Shaw, Donna Harrison, Stanley Rusty Green, 7th grade, 260 TO_t. FRANK BARNW. aid
Design engineering person. received the BAsUfaW. bla wife
following Information Saturn of the event.Approximately
program must of man
Soloko. If be
points. MART ARORBTT and aha
nel and their board the
guests by telegram his be 160 and I husband
explaining course, continued."I boys married her
85-foot yacht, Anstan. stand: am in full accord with our girls, from grades one through _former wife PEACOCK!: of ARTHUR lb. wife PEACOCK or-

The King and Queen Contest The ship, out of Miami, will "My presidency will be dedl Republican platform pledge fora nine, turned out "en mass" in _, and If she be remarried.

terminated on Friday. be the scene of activities which cated, as the Eisenhower years I "space program to provide a an attempt to win one of the dead, her hi*, husband her or their If alive unknown andIf

Winners in this contest were begin at 7 p.m. with a social were, to the orderly development more orderly, yet aggressively three new bicycles offered as NEW! belie, devisees grantees assignees
Darlene Davis and Sydney Williams of a balanced space program pursued, step-by-step prizes or to capture some of llsnors, creditors trustees or
hour, followed at 8:50: by dinner.At develop other persona, natural or artl'
of the Primary Department 10 p.m. the Anstan will which places equal em. ment" A Goldwater Miller ad. the certificates and other pr>s. ICE O.DERM flclal, claiming by, through under
Mrs. H. Carter is the In. or against the above named
weigh anchor and cruise the phasis on the advancement of ministration, I can assure you, Defendants, or any of them the
structor. Teachers assisting in Indian River. During the cruise, human knowledge and on a .will pursue a dynamic policy es.As one of the most successful MEDICATED ASTRINGENT heirs, devisees, vrantMS., trustees ssilau.ees. or.
the drive were Mrs. 0. Murray, couples will enjoy dancing.The strong military space program. exploring all the uses of space Jaycee projects of the year, other llenors.persona natural or artl'

Mrs. L Strickland, and Mrs. A. affair will be semi-form' "Our policy must recognize I "As you can see, I strongly Blumquist said that the cooper. flclal. clamlnabv.JOHN. through ARGRETT.Deceased under -.

M. frazier.In al, according to George Robb, space superiority the logical favor extended exploration and atlon he had received from I. or araln.t, and all persons havingor

the Nigh School Depart chairman of the dinner activi continuation of air superiority in development of the means of Jaycees and fellow Parkway ''tb.claiming following any described Interest In property or to

ment, the winners were Deobor- ties. all of its scientific, technological such exploration. Our suprem teachers had been outstandingas located In Brevard County: Floe

ah Ann Dyer and Maurice Jack. and military aspects as fundamental acy in space may well be our was the response from area 12g Ida Begin 2M feet North of the

son. Teachers assisting in this to the future well being finest deterrent to further ag merchants who donated the var. Southeast corner of Lot J of
drive were Miss M. Speight and er's drive, Mrs. Helen Dyer is of security of the U.S. and gressions by our enemies. Because ious prizes.He Ortv's Subdivision, of Northwest East H
again the winner. This Is the of Northeast of
Mr. J. R. Ryoland.In third consecutive that she the entire free world. Masteryof of our great space cen gave special credit to H of Section IT. Township 21

has been Gibson's year Mrs. P.T.A. space may well be the key to ter at Cape Kennedy, you as Western Auto Associate Store, Plat South Book Rsnge 1, 35 Page East 3, as Public per

the Little Miss Gibson Contest Her attendants this will be peace. Floridians, are quite aware of Good Year, Whitaker Electric, Records of Brsvarl Countv.
the winner was Gall Dublin year of PrItchard's Hardware GUll Florida; run North along the
"The accomplishments our exploration. Recent ,
Mrs. Mamie Vicker and M r a. space world East line of said Lot J 64 feet
a third year student. Harry Bell Luke. Mrs. has space efforts are a direct result need for expanded efforts In the Faullc Chevrolet, Shaffer Hardware 4 ; thence West dip feet to the
Manker is the Instructor. Her Llllle Dyer 'e..nredr' West line of Lot I of said subdivision
for donations of
of initiated during the field. One of gifts.
two children enrolled in A.J.G.; programs my priority programs ( -I ; thence South alone
attendants are Gwenlvere Foster will be the intensificationand He also mentioned the cooper. the West line of Lot I 64 feet;
and Julia Harvey, first year Mrs. Vickers, five children; and ation received from Charles thence East 620 fet to Point
Mrs. Luke, two children. Hearing expansion of activities on Sgt. Clear Oil-Clogged Pores of Beginning.
students. the Cape at the expense of the I Garland and the Tltusvllle police ( You, and each of you are bore.

Gall is an outstanding student, Little Miss Gibson purely political "leaf raking" Dept., WRMF, Star-Advo( Get Close-up Skin Beauty been by notified filed against that a you Complaint In the Circuit has
and certainly deserves this hon Parade (Continued From Page 1) schemes of the Interim president ate and Jaycee Charles Crump. Court In and for Brevard

or. She Is the daughter of Mrs. and his administration." ton for publicity. dissolve blackhead. Counlv, Florida, which herein.cause The laIn
Margaret Dublin Watch for the big homecoming no local legislation would be Helpf ,tighten enlarged pore.control Plaintiff title as eeeks above the quieting of

parade which starts promptly passed without the knowledgeof skin "dare-ups" and embarrassing pimples. title to the real property above

Mri. P.T.A.In at 1:30: pm. Saturday. The the county commission. R. L Beeson e Cleans oil-choked pores, hold in natural moisture, described.You are hereby required to flla
Maxwell Schenck said that he was unaware Barney Long defenses to the Clerk of the
homeroom moth parade begins on your
the P.T.A. keeps dirt out. Perfect make-up bate .doesn't char above styled Court and to serve a
Street and proceeds to Dummltt of the meeting and did E Electrocuted COpy of same upon Plaintiff.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Avenue turning left on Sou t h not know anything about it un. I e Invisible medication protects and cleans as no soap or Attorney, whose name and ad.
THE drew le Crofton Brewer
IN AND FOR BREVARD Street heading east to Palm I W it was called to his attentionby Dies ThursdayIn Ronald L. Beeson, father of ordinary cleansing cream can.CUTTER I.nd. 50* Palm Avenue, Tltusvllle.

COUNTY. FLORIDA.NO. asses Avenue; left on Palm Avenue Dressler. Gordon Beeson of Beeson's Air : Florida, on or before December
IN CHANCERY 1. 1964. Herein fall not or a De.ern
NOTICE\ : TO AFPKAB: going north to turn right on Dressler, point blank, asked Conditioning, Tl'usvllle: was Pro Confesso will b* entered

EDWIN ANI J. SMITH) IHCrKNB Broad Street; proceed on Schenck if he intended to f 11 1 e MarylandBarney electrocuted Thursday in Clearwater against IN WITNESS"ou. !: WHEREOF. I

Plaintiff Broad Street turning right on suit after the election, dlsqualfying while working on his boat have ..t mv hand and affixed
V.. him if elected. This my official seal at Tltusvlllo. Bre
DOROTHY A. aMITH, Hopkins Avenue proceedingto was Long 48, died of a Funeral arrangements have DRUGYOUR vard Countv. Florida, thl. 30th
Dfifendtnt South Street and continue to answered by Starling, who said, heart attack Thursday Oct. 20 been made at 11 uncle, Ind., with day of October. 1984.
4<<>. Lincoln Way Deleon Avenue; turn left and "The only thing he could an. In Ilarve DeGrace, Maryland. Pietho Funeral Home in charge. Clerk of the Circuit Court
Ban Franrlsoo, California continue to the school where all ewer to that is he doesn't know," Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Beeson WALGREEN AGENCYBIG nrevard Countv. FloridaBy
He is the of Mrs. Lou
TOU, DOROTHY A. SMITH V. .. Bpanglrr
ar. hereby notified that a complaint units will disband. the attorney said. Long' Old Dixie Highway, is a left Thursday for Muncie to attend APPLE PLAZA .j. MAGNOLIA AVE. Deputy Clerk
for divorce has bean filed the funeral. (COURT SEAL
gainst I you In the abovn court by retired master sergeant and a They expecto Oct. 80, Nov .. 18, 20 (Frl) 1964.

the SMITH Plaintiff I and herein arc, EDWIN required to J. Assembly Sheriff Planning veteran of World War II. He I return Wednesday. .
you ------- - -
**rv* a. COOT of your .nsw.r or Spirit was high in chapel on wan born Sept. 24, 1916. I.
other plradlnr to Hid complaint Wednesday. Grades 1-12 gather. Halloween "Watch"
Besides his mother he is survived
Ih Plalntlffi attorney O. L.
on MURTIIA* tin Mnth mrert, EauOaille ed for the Blue & Gold exer by his wife, Betty; a son,,
Over 30 armed and uniformed
original, Florida aniwer, or and other to pleadlnx file the cises. Patricia James served as members of the Brevard County Charles; three daughters, Karen r For the Best QualifiedProgressive

In the offloea of the Clerk of the mistress of ceremonies. George Long and Mrs. Ann Price, of f r/
Circuit Court, Tltuivllle. Florida, Fayson was the main speakerfor Sheriffs Department will be It
en or before the 34 day of Nov.ember Maryland and Mrs. Linda Mid.
10 1W4. Falling to do ao, Decree the day. His speech was on duty most of Saturday night dieton of Titusville; and three

: fro you Confeiuo for the relief will he demand-takenafalnrt short and inspiring.The petroling the entire county incase grandchildren. Leadership

ad In said I oomplalnhTHIS : chorus and band gave of Halloween disturbances Funeral arrangements are tobe
NOTICE shall bo puboonaecutlvo -
lI.b.eI once each week for four Mr. Turner, and principal F, E. according to Sheriff Lee Wilson. announced.

weeks In the Tltu. Williams, gave remarks on the Wilson has directed command.Ing .
,llle Star Advouate, a nswsnapitr
of funeral circulation In Bra- occasion. A guest, Cornell Gibson officers of both the uniform a>alnd MUTATION proposals TO will Bill be r.. TAKE THE RIGHT PATH

yard County, Florida represented the Class of 54. and intelligence units of the crlvod by the City nf Tltusvlll,
DONE AND ORDBRKD at TI. Hravard Countv. Florida at thofflca
tusvllle, Florida, thla :38U day of Mrs. D. I. James, sixth grade Sheriffs Department to assign of the City Manaver. Cut
October 1MU. Instructor, represented the members of their commands to Hall Tltuavllla, Florida, until
(COURT URAL) 11,W AM, !Ea.T, November 10,
CURTIS R. BARNEi Class of '44. be on duty during the period of 1W4. at which tlma and plan they I -P1 ELECTMILTON
Clerk of Circuit Court will ba opsnad for ths Co,.trurt'to
lips V. IIp.nl.r Another highlight of the program ( II p.m. Saturday until 3 a.m. of the Water Distribution Dvstnm
Deputy Clerk was the poem, compos Sunday. "The men will be instructed oomplsta with all appurtitnanlBeittnn

O. L. MURTHAAttorney for Plaintiff id by the principal dedicatedto to prevent the destruction work for, Rrevard Wbl.p.rln County l..kee, Florida. Third

ml Ninth Street team. "You've Got A Lot of of property during these Bach Bidder shall ..latnn Ma McGRATH
Eau: Oallle, Florida proposal a guaranteed date for
Fighting To Do". hours Wilson said.
Oct. 80 Nov. i, IS, 30 (FrU 1M4 completion of all work covered by
his bid.Plana.
Documents Rpeclfloatlona will be and open Contract far. and ZONINCI Better protection for all

Inspection or may be cured from PLANNING owners.ROADS .
the office of the Director of Pub.
Our lla Works City Hall, Tltusvllle,
Specialties Florida upon payment of 115 00
which approxlmatee the cod of : Four lanlng bridges and causeways Cocoa

I reproduction A certified check and distribution or bU bond In Eau Gallle Melbourne New Pineda

the amount of five nor cent (!'",) Causeways
of the base bid amount will be
required attached to all bide aubmitted. CO.ORDINATIONI Cooperation with all
No bid may ne withdrawn, fora ..- OBJECTIVE ., eliminating duplication of efforts.
period of thirty taut days after
the scheduled cluilng time for the
receipt of bids GOVERNMENT FOR ALL County roads main-
RecoveredSick The City of Tltusvllle reserves
the right to accept or reject any GOOD rained by county crews. New roads to be put
or all bid. and to waive Infoimsillies. -
out for bid.RECREATION .
Byi /*/ Cleveland H. Talmadge EXPANSION Giving our youth In the

City City of Manager Tllusvllle / the same programs that are offered in them

City HallTitu.vlllu ..
Dot SO. (Frl.) 1064. Central purchasing A Job classification

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ECONOMY A full dollars worth for every tax

HV I'l HI (CATIONCUKLEB ir STIMULATE to clean up and beautify beaches causeways

HAHALHON Plaintiff ..

Drfendant. STUDY SYSTEM To help with county road system
NEW USED DAMAGED Residence unknown
You are hereby notified that a
Complaint for Divorce b.. been an
filed against you, and you .... I Plant to eliminate water pollution, fllec. odors,
required to serve a copy of your
RECLAIMED BEDROOM SUITES Answer or Pleading to the Complaint and smoke.
on the Plaintiffs attorney
A. J. HO8II.MANN, JR. P.O. BOX COMPETITIONI All Items to be put out for

LIVING ROOM SUITES STOVES 1:18.: MUHRITT and: file the ISLAND orl.lnal, Answeror FLORIDA I VALID competitive bid A Vote For Free Enterprise.

Pleading In the office of lb.
Clerk of Circuit Court on or before .
the 80th day of November WATER CONSERVATIONI This Is
REFRIGERATORS DRAPERIES 1W4. If you fall to de so, judgment EFFECTIVE our
by default will be taken problem. The building of control
for the relief demanded .
against you
In the Complaint structures 1s a must to supply both North and

DONE AND ORDERED In Tltusvllle South Brevard with adequate potable water.
Florida, ttls Sstb day of
October" 1IW4.
BEST OFFER 'urtl. R. Barnea Clerk,
Circuit Court. Urtvaril
County, Florida. QUALIFICATIONSSuccessful
BY V. 8. Mpangler
Deputy Clerk
COURT sHALl: Business Man 28 years Past President. Eau Gallic Lions Club

A.Attorney J. Hosemann.for Plaintiff Jr. Eau Gtllle City Councilman 7tt Years Director. Florida League of Municipalities

TAKES 'EM 121. O Magnolia Yon 121Merritt : AvenueP. Mayor of Eau Gallle 6 Years Past President. Eau Gallle Chamber of Commerce

Ulead ll.or\alJ'rl.\ Vice Mayor of Eau Gall!. 1 Year Commissioner. Eau Gallle Midget League Football
Oct. *>. Nov i : )1M4.
Finance Chairman. of Eau
City Gallle

5 Years Project Chairman. Eau Gallle Home Show

KOTITK. or BT rnRs.ri.Ofti Cl KKK OFt 'KBAlK Past President. Brevard Life Underwriters Assn. Project Chairman Eau Gallle Welcome Station

acts hOt BY Charter Member Brevard Civilian-Military Relations Council
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY that the undersigned. CurtI. R.
Yarned Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
Brevard County, Florida, will
on the 181k day of November.
194. during the legal aoura of FOR VOTER LOYALTY L L
tale, at the mats door of the
Court House of Brevard County,
Florida. In the City of Tttuavtllo."'

I FREE COFFEE AND DONUTS publlo Florida,outcry offer for t. tb.ale bighe.t and sell and at

Ins boat dascrlnad blddur for property cask the dtual.As follow. TAKE THE PROGRESSIVE PATH

Bravard County Florida to-wlt.:
Lot :a of LaVtta Kub ; In plat thereof rainrdMl -
In Plat Book 10. Pan
U of Hrwvard Cauaty, Florida
pursuant la the Final Door,' ofroracloaura
GREER entered In a east VOTEfor
McMORRISNEW p.ndln. In said Court the alylad. I
of which la Mld-$tale Homes Milton
laa). n Florida corporation, Plata McCirathG.o.p.
tiff. Yr. W. K Washington and
lefad.ala and tbe d.rket I....
of whlrh la No 1.CW1T.NKM
my hand nail the
j official asal of said Court, till.:11I111 .
: day nf Octobw. 1954.

Hopkins Phone Day or Night By Mary Deputy to*Clark Uncar

I Titusville Florida ICOfRT PEAL)
267-1399 Harry M. Hatoha
LIteracy for Plaintiff.
inti Madison Strwt Pol. Adv, Paid for by Milton McGrath Campaign fund
Tampa S Florida
Oct.; 10 ,irrU 1M4

I IP.s.11

r I.

.", October 30, 1M4 Tlhitvlllt"' (Florid) Sttr-Advecote ,.,. 12

I Candidates Answer Women's Vote League Questionnaire IThe

three Leagues of Women I. (b) The Court of the Union 1 sentatives) shall be apportioned our productivity and remove th' Inferior roads in District J. he shall be requested to surveyby spent her summers working In hi the Port Platelet I be"- o

Voters of North Brevard, which would supersede the Supreme as follows: Each of the counties \ stranglehold of the financial bur. Practically any county road can any person claiming the her father's law office.B. the work can be completed! 11'11'' I
Central Brevard and South Bre Court Would you vote to shall have a minimum of den for growth counties be improved to the extent of same or an Interest therein, or Was head of the English out any additional taxes.

vard present the following candidate rescind these amendments one representative and an additional In the IMS session the Legisla. meeting specifications with the which he may be required to Dept of St Louis, Michigan I am only I'UIIIIIC In four

information. The Leagues J. What plan for equitable representative for each tun should create new districtsfor application of good engineering survey by an order of the court, n'jh School, where she taunt precincts in the TRtteville. i/I'> -.

firmly believe an informed representation In Florida's Legislature 3S.060 registered voters above both congressional and state principles and drainage and and he shall make a plot of English and U.S. "_...y, Kia'd trict.
vote does make a difference. do you support the first 29,060 registered voters legislative posts by a fair regrouping with the use of soil cement or same if requested. Director of Northampton School

Each candidate running opposed Senate, JTth District (This means that the existing of counties. Each of lime rock rather than asphalt 2. I propose to Improve t b equality for Girls; Came to Brevard In

in the general election was registration machinery when the II congressional districts Asphalt is not necessarily a poor I of surveying to Brevard 1WI where she has served In CLARK William H., Tifuivllle,
sent a questionnaire asking for properly utilized would providethe should be apportioned to meet product for construction of County and restore the landown several capacities of Red Crow RepublicanA.

A. Education, B. Occupation, SCHENCK.Republican Virgil Jr., COCM; necessary data to reapportion : the 417,000 people average. t roads, but It must be kept dry, er's confidence In his surveyed In South Brevard. B.8.EE, University of (' a-

and C. Please describe any additional the legislature prior to each : favor a plan of reapportionment sealed properly and tapped boundary lines. This can be 1. I have been told that the Ifornla, Berkeley W7

training and experienceyou Carolina election, as follows: ((1) Each to the Florida House on strictly with hot mix or some other suit achieved through leglslaton reQuiring percentage of high school dropouts B. Electrical Engineer BooIng

have which would qualify ( county registrar of voters wouldbe population, and the Senate by able surface. We have rebuilt the following! : (a) More In this county Is low compared Company, Cocoa Beat.
you for this office. Each group 1948.Marketing Major), Class' of required to give the Secretary area. It is not necessary to return some of the county roads and detailed and accurate data on to the national average, Group engineer In charge of K
of candidates was then asked (Originally class of 45 but of State a certified countof one representative from brought them up to specifications recorded survey maps such as but have been unable to verify and Ground Instrumentation! ,
questions of particular Interestto Interrupted for three years by the County registered voters each county regardless of t h t I by Installing culverts In subdivision, bulkhead Une. and this. However, to combat this MintHwnan Project

League members in the pursuance World Navy service In South Pacific, list as of a specified cut off size, so long as boundaries, the proper places and by the application right-of-way maps, (b) The restoratlon r problem and that of automation 1, Increase civilian shlppi! '-\

of their study programs. B. ar II.) date each year (Count subjectto county lines or other subdivisions -I of 1 or 2 coats of hot of land boundary marker I submit the following) : (a) Improve by active solicitation of bu&mt: i
please read their answers carefully Co-Owner Schenck Com audit by legislative commit. clearly outline the district mix over the asphalt base. It after construction of public I our program of diversified for the Port: assure throu \

and determine which candidate pany and Schenck Company of tee). (2)) Secretary of State, us- The rapid growth of urban population would be an ideal situation! If works (roads, utilities, drainage, I cooperative training by getting adequate<< planning and imp1'

In your opinion, Is best Cocoa, wholesalers for five Ing the certified reports from has intensified the problem I|' we could tear up all the defec etc.), (c) That subdividers pos more businessmen Interested In mentation, the orderly e:
qualified to serve you; then Central Florida counties. the County Registrar, will re- in Florida, and we must live roads and replace them, but bond to guarantee final monu training our high school youth Ion of the l>ort'. usefulness: to
cast your vote on Tues 1. No. It is adequate in the apportion each county In accord. come up with a fair formula, the amount of money In our mentation of a subdivision. I (b) Eventually provide a central Central Florida.

day, Nov. 3.CANDIDATES. sense of revenue received because ance with the formula of one from within our legislature, and 1 budget will not permit that. Instead believe that a functional operating vocational school with trainIng -
the present tax structureis representative for each % .OIIO not wait for the courts to showus I we mutt apply good englnccrlnit County Surveyor's office Is in skills combined with academic 2. Physical Plant( (a) Ik: d

geared to the sales tax, the registered voters in the County. our responsibility. I principles and drain vitally necessary to this area knowledge, (c) Immediately surface pier areas and arc, 1roaM.
FOR CONGRESS gasoline tax, and other retail ((3)) The Secretary of State's apportionment the roads properly i to eliminate because very construction Improve vocational facilities (bl) Repair or replay.

QwMtiom taxes which expand income as shall be confirmedby SHERIFFS I deterioration In the future, all project, road housing\ or missile In our high schools and Junior the public boaUaunchlnK ramp,
1. What, in your opinion, the population and business activity the Legislature in current! Additional questions asked can county roads will be built according pad Is Initiated by a survey college. (el) Increase Port's warvhoj

should be the U.S. policy on expand. It will provide for session. (Confirmation to be automatic didates for sheriff: to good engineeringprinciples based on county records. 2. This problem exists In every capacity (d) Extend hard ruB -

economic aid to the developing the services needed by Floridians except in case of dispute 1. What plans have you had. and the problems that county and stale :and ) pier to accommodate lar",,:r

nations In Asia Africa and LatIn unless we wish to embarkon as to authenticity of k for handling the Juvenile: delinquency now exist will\ not arise. I feel Is caused by emotional disturb hips
America? Why? wholly new programs be- I County Registrar's certified problem In Brevard that It would be better to build IOARD Of PUiLIC antes In home and school Dr Pulley: (a) Actively promote

2. Do you think there Is need cause they sound worthy, but r count report.) (4)) The apportionment County; specifically 'juveniles I I 1 mile of good road and have INSTRUCTIONDISTRICT I Youngert. nottd educator 1: one of the Port by personal con.

for further Congressional ac are unnecessary. I have many formula would have to and alcoholic beverages I no problems rather than build 1 1Additional claims that students develop tact with Central Florida businessmen I.
ton on Civil Rights? Please ex times pledged and shall continueto have a clause providing for a 2. What can be done to Improve miles of road that will continuously I questions asked emotional disturbances due to (b) Actively solicit

plain. pledge that I shall vote not higher registered voter count service In unincorp rated I cost the taxpayers dollars. school board members are: : lack of reading ability and the I bumncM to locate on Port pn:>

3. To what domestic economic: only against taxes on food per representative when voter areas? Merritt Island? Beach 1. Considering the national ; remedy lies In smaller dagoes, arty, (c) Fetter Inform the pu::>
problems should the Federal stuffs and medicine, but any registration density provides for areas? picture of dropouts and unemployment -I better teachers, and more emphasis lie of port activity by weci, :.'
Government; give priorities? new or Increased taxes affecting so many legislators as to make what do you think on reading. I agree. Bre !press releases to all Central

4. What national or Interna- Brevard County. The inequitiesof legislature too large to operate DISTRICT S would be a good vocational pro ; yard County school system hat: Florida news media.
tional problems Interest you the tax structure are largely properly. WILSON, Leigh S., Melbourne McGRATH, Milton Eau Oalllt; gram in the Brevard schools to only four trained psychologies

most Please explain due to unfair legislative apportionment Basically my plan Is comparable Beech: RepublicanA. RepublicanA. meet this program? and four area counsellors on

I leading to unfair distribution to that of the League of High School, Delehanty Police Junior College GraduateB. I. 2. Children frequently m u s I t their staff, which Is inadequate DISTRICT 4MclVER.

GURNEY, Edward J., Winter of gasoline taxes, Women Voters. The prime difference Training Inst 4 years, Insurance Underwriter wait many months for an appointment to handle the large case loin) Roderick S., It. k.
Park; RepublicanA. racing funds, etc. I would workto is the frequency of reapportionment N.Y. City Police Academy, New I 1. My position has always beento with a school psychologist they carry. Until funds are ledge; Democrat

Public schools of Show- change this, to establish uniform and the fact thatI York Police College, and many maintain the natural What plans have you for available to hire more pnythnlo- Mr. Striver did not answer

began and Watenille Maine; assessments, and to eliminate consider the registered voter refresher courses, including' shoreline as It now exists. remedying this situation? gists, the number of counsellors the questionnaire. lie felt that

Colby College, B.S., 193S; Harvard the intangibles as well as population the criteria for apportionment courses conducted by the FBI Where erosion has taken part of should be Increased and principal since he Is elected by the voters
Law School, LL.B., 1938; the inventory tax. In lieu of entire Plus 28 consecutive: years of active the river bank away should be TURNER, John ,., Melbourne; and exceptional teachers of District 4 only it was nit

Duke Law School, LL.M,1948! I 2. No. Our Constitution has always population. It is, after all the law enforcement filled. As Mayor of Eau Gallle Domocrat trained to handle the less serious appropriate to answer a gen
B. Attorney Gurney and I provided for the bypassing registered voter who elects fit B. Sheriff of Brevard County we passed a bulkhead law that A. Graduate Lakeland High cases eral questionnaire of this type

Skolfleld, 601 Park Avenue, of Congress in amending. representative, and, in my opinion 1. We have appointed liaison not more than B feet from low School. Attended Univ. of Fla. lie is the Incumbent.

South, Winter Park, Florida; The Court of the Unlor does not the only (first class) citi officers to work especially with water mark could be filled. Sou. College, A.B., B.S., M.A., HKANEY Don, Docklodge Republican .
United States Congressman supersede the Supreme Court zen. Juvenile Judges and counsellors S. It is my opinion that the M.S, degrees<< Graduate work at PORT COMMISSIONS ;

(elected to 88th Congress, November except where the constitutional and the Sheriffs Department. specifications are not rigid Unlv of Fla, Univ. of Ala, These candidates are electedby
1962; Mayor of Winter rights of the states are Involved I The Vice Squad has attacked enough as they now stand. I Appalachian College voters of their district only. I A University uf Oklahoma

Park, 1961-1962; City Commissioner and only then. Representative Group I i the root of this problem by arresting would advocate new specifications B. Teacher of science and Additional questions asked R. Registered representative,
In Winter Park, 1952-1958 3. while disagreeing with the GRADY, R. W., Reckledge; scores of persons selling that the entire county and mathematics; Supervising Principal Fort Authority candidate are: Goodlxxly and Company
RepublicanA. alcoholic beverages to would adhere 1. Please give Imprranlonof 1. The most Important duty U
C. New York National Guard, Court the League proposal of or giving to. Special School District No. your
Attended Kent State In dur the duties of the to solicit business. BrevardCounty .
juveniles; and in one area It is also my opinion that tht Port Author new
Action 36 Senators and 108
101st Cavalry Regiment; Representatives M (Lake Alfred) 1928-1137) Sup-
overseas with 8th Armored Division is certainly as good If not Ohio and graduated from Gen inK a racial problem, we plac County should grub out for new ervising Principal Melbourne ity. needs an active port to
eral Traffic College.B. ed a curfew on minors In the roads and maintain existing 2. What changes would y o d encourage now business, cut time
France Luxemburg, better than plan for- Public Schools 1JJ7-1845 Retail
any put ;
Operates Cape Canaveral area. We do not have a chronic roads, but the building of new recommend any? operating cost of existing bustnmi .
Belgium, Holland and Germany; ward. It Is, however, my feeling Merchant 1141 1M4: Member '
Moving and Storage CompanyIn In roads be and reduce everyday exPCHHO -
out for
Juvenile delinquency problem put open bid-
Final Rank: Lt. Colonel. Barry, that consideration to other factors Brevard County Board of
Eau Gallle and Rockledge.C Brevard at this time. ding. of the people In the area;
Thacher t Sym than population alone Public Instruction 1M1-W4 DISTRICT 1
Wainwright, ;
Member of Rockledge City 2. Oct. 1 IH4, when Continual plan for expansionand
Beginning -
mers, New York, New York; should be weighed for the Sen Council. Member of Natl. Defense the new fiscal budget came into COUNTY SURVIVOR I State Director Fla, School Board CUTTER It, A., TltMvllU; Improvement of p'l"t.
Pious, Edwards and Rush, Orlando ate. Of course, due to the court Association.! Beginning nee- DemocratA.
Transportation Association being, six uniformed deputies Additional asked of 2 Greater morale facllltl,
Florida; Gurney and dictate, this Is presently Impos at Patrick AFB. were Immediately appointed and County Surveyor candidates find term 1M111M. Chairman !High school graduate; SUyparl Improvement of existing roai'i.
Skolfield, Winter Park, Florida; sible. Finance and Budget, Chair successful business
1. There are dangerous Inequities one Criminal Agent was appoint. 1. Describe the duties and Improve! fret boat launch.
Former City Attorney for Cityof man Program and Orientation B. Self employed, Owner Cutter
in the State tax structure ed. Four of these deputies were powers of the office of surveyor ing area, better publicity of port
MalUand Florida; Member of Mayor of Melbourne 11461147; Stores, Inc; Partnership,Colonial -
R.prot.nl.tivM Group 1 In Florida. ,A complete revision assigned to the Merritt Inland RrttvlMw to taxpayers.
Florida and New York Bar. Member City Commission 1801 Spirits, Inc.
MAYS, Herschel K., M.lbounoI.ech for fair taxation must be area, which relieved others to 2. Why are running for
for the:
In addition
1. Our whole policy on economic condition 1902; Former Member Brevard I. Regular attendance of meetings voting
and military aid needs a ; RepublicanA. enacted upon. This unfair, serve the beach areas. this unpaid office? Hospital Board; Former Director application of good bunlneis candidates of, your choice y. d
caused In
great part by
I curtail- California Primary and will also bo on 13 tJ.'-
drastic overhauling and ,. Chamber of Commerce! principles, furthering the voting
ment. $110,840,000,000 have been Secondary Schools, Riverside, apportionment returns greater COUNTY COMMISSIONERS POWELL, William E., Eau Oal-lHo Holder of Lift Graduate Certlfl- success of the Port, representIng ferent amendments to the Flor
appropriated since the end of California Junior College, El revenues to counties of smaller Additional questions asked of ; Republican cate covering Administration the taxpayers that they Ida CiuMtltutlon. The League,:: of

World War II in foreign aid for Camino College. Specialized Advanced and stagnant growth thancounties and County Commissioner candidates A. 1 years Siena College, Lou- and Supervision. get the moot for their money in Women Voters of Central Br..

the purpose of curtailing communism technical studies at the of heavy population are: denville, New York.B. ht; application of Port funds. vard will have a coffee on Friday
and yet communism Univ. of Calif. at Los Angeles, urban needs. For Instance, the 1. In the Interest of planningfor Registered land surveyor, 2.1 have no recommendations morning, Oct. 30, from tIO;;
has increased in Influence the and at the Univ. of Sou. Calif. two cents gasoline tax is die the growth and developmentof Supervisor of Survey Dept, FISHER, Jeans A., Melbourne for changes due to the rapid I tf) 12 to discuss these amendment

world over during this period. Advanced technical and administrative basis tributed of to the the 1931 counties formula on in the 3 Brevard what would your pos I Buckner Realty and Surveying, luck; RepublicanA. growth[ and the planning that The public Is Invited to

Aid should be given on a high. studies through Armed ition be on bulkheadlng In both Eau Game Fla. Graduated from Michigan has been completed for the tttrml The league of Women
ly selective basis, only to countries Forces Extension Course Insti- areas: (1)I) according to the Indian and Banana Rivers? 1. Chapter 14301! Florida State University with a B.S. da- next four year., there being! Voters booklet "Your Vo I t

friendly to us, and in the lute: The above studies were in area, (2) for the contribution to 2. In building road developers Statutes. The county surveyor give with Intensive studies In 111,000,000 of work In pmgn'f. j Makes a Difference! will An
case of economic aid through the missile electronic, metallurgical State road program, and (3)( ) are expected to meet county shall make accurate surveys of English and History while a at present Only 1.4 mills levied be distributed at this time.
fields and In contract for population. A growing State (htff1' -
all lands In his county, which student at Michigan --
channels where It What would
may specifications.
private you
administration and negotiation. county such as Brevard is penalized
be effectively supervised, rather B. Vice President, Inahama due to the census figure do to bring all county roads up
than through governments. to Ihest specifications:\ ? w
Marina Inc. and OwnerManager of 1960 being only 111,000
2. No. I would say In all hon of Mays Skeet Club. the 1964 real population at m,- / s\

estly that by far the majorityof 1. Present tax structure is not 000.) There Is no considerationfor DISTRICT 3 Lawn Mower
Congressmen think that the properly integrated and coordinated this growth factor. We must DOlAN, Michael J.f Democrat f
Civil Rights Act of 1964 went too to produce required revenues wait until 1970 when the census District 3 candidate for County

far, particularly in the areas of from all citizens of Florida will be taken, to get our fair Commissioner did not answer l COME
public accommodations and fair this Item.I the questionnaire.
and, therefore, cannot provide share on one
employment practices. expanding services would like to see the State
3. It is impossible to discuss
this question with any adequacy for our growing population. honor County census figures MULDRBW, .kh,,'. Mel- Just For The SALECLEARANCE

It is far too broad. However Changes I would suggest: ((1) based on FPL, telephone, and boar RepublicanA.
domestic Overhauling present taxing pro- other factors so that these counties Attended St Lawrence University
among Important cedures to eliminate\ wasteful can receive the monies as : In N. Y, State. Graduated
economic problems in this nation FUN OF IT
which merit priority, are duplication of taxing by num. i the growth demands. In the fit- from Miami Law School In
authorities and cal June 30. INS,
erous taxing year ending UM. OF ALL
reform and meeting effectIvely
tax agencies which Impose burden Brevard sold over 58,000,000 gal- I B. Attorney at Law In Melbourne
the unemployment prob.lem I
some taxes on various segments Ions of gas and received f203,> GALAS
caused automation, economic
displacement and school of our population. (a) Repeal In- 000 for their share Liberty : 1. My position on the matterof 1964 MODELS
tangible property and Inventory County sold only 1,000,000 gal- bulkheadlng has always been

dropouts.4. It Is also impossible to discuss taxes (b) Provide for return of I Ions and received back $211* that a minimum of our river KIDDIEM

this question with any which gasoline taxes were to collected counties for In 000. Other counties higher received revenueswhere proportionally bottom should be !used In the MONO TORO MOTO
It also Is far too development of property along
the building and maintenance of population factors an:!
two general the river. It seems that there TURTLE
There are
and secondary: roads.c were fractions of Bre- .
primary growth of of
questions which face this nation.On art many thousands acres RIDES
( ) Provide for the licensing of rard'i. land that Is
the International scene, the good high dry u/i WHEELHORSEPrices
all important Issue Is the fight automobile and other motor vehicles 2. I would oppose any change available la the county, and It .
la accordance with mar. wherein the legislative branch
the spread of communism would be my wish that we could
against ket value of vehicles in lieu of of the Government Is by-pas
natural beauty
the -
the world, and malntala an of
to eliminateour present system based on weightof ed and powers put Into the ex possible along the rivers of
avowed goal
Its vehicle. ecutives' bands. Yes, I would
The the county. However, then are
system of government does not bypass rescind these amend Cut
2. This resolution vote to vt
Instances where itrilghUning
all important national Issue U
Congress. It merely brings ments. a Hi- of i
the substantial and accelerated out the land or eliminating
borne to our coft&J'e5llonalresentatlves rep tie bay which collect !train and _
pace toward centralized government the win of the 3. The Supreme Court' ruling 4
in Washington with tat says, "Equal representation for becomes unsightly and odoriferous .
and is In accordancewith
consequent downgrading of tile people equal numbers of people". The U desirable. I feel that SAND POINT
the foresighted provisions
role of local and State govern problem, of course is to con any exteutoa of any bulkhead-
is the of our wonderful federal c o nitituUon. lines to not la the best Interests TO THE BONEI
ments. Coupled with this, ing i
constant Injection of the Feder. Supreme. I believe Court that Is our adequate present 1 representatives of the people of t III I 1 Ocie 18 to Nov. St

al Government Into areas formerly voring the majority of the people county IDled it involves matters
provided that it is required to I
performed by private en- while voting themselves out previously stated Rib TkkN.d .
terprise. Umit its operations to those pt> of a Job, Is tnt only moral 2. Some of the roads that have FREE Taw I
:vided by the Constitution of the
r means which wU enable oar been constructed Mttch. I TIME
United States. forward and County art inferior I have rebuilt 1
state to move provide r
STATE LEGISLATORS I 3. The plan put forth by your the factors for increasing: and widened many of the
Additional questions asked State organization Is very good but I

Representatives and Senators I am of the opinion that the following I 2OY8ed2O
which is ray own concept
are: FOR SALE r
1. Are satisfied with our would probably be simpler'
present tax you structure? Is It adequate to initiate. and would provide tie TANGELO ORANGE TREES '. nMfo4 by to ROBERTSGROWERS

to provide expanding services :constant setf-execuung reapportionment TITUSVILLEJAYCEES

to a growing population? I for every legislative CALLED IN ftURLAP
would you iugt election, at no additional cost to
What changes I the taxpayers Approximately 4 Ft. Tall

ge-t" rtl ,, Dollvorod To You Door Photo
!In January IMS SpecIal Mr Ro ff" noitf Piss SUPPLYNEXT
Se',lrn. Florida LegtoUtan. two A. Upper House (Senate) shall Saturday OalTGuaraalMd 267.2845
which change the be one Senator elected by. and 30 Dtyt.Ceih .
resolutions TO SEARS -- Phone AM 7-0321 H
of our National a a d representing the entire register
structure State Government passed: ed voter popoUWon of each of !! On'! Delivery 3.50 ea. MIIDIUVIRY'rll.

(,) typasstog Congress in the 17 count**. .
amending the U.s. Constfludon I B. The Lower House (Repre i -



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'i.. 14 Tltoivllle (Florida) Star-Advecato PrW.y, October M, IfM .- .

I --- :No Campaign Promises Here Just Results BEST TODAY'S BUYS

111-115 ft. frontage on U.S.

No. 1, perfect location for

MISTER BREGE .1 IN AND FOB BKBVARDCOUNTT. I GLAMOR GIRLS For Sale M7.500. Terms to reliablepurchwr.
._ ... .
a CHANCMT NO. 241 _____
1 MOTirB OF MCIT WAREHOUSE. suitable for
/ BOBBIE LOU FRABCHHTTI RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT, 113-17 acres heavy producing -
/ -; .; 1 Plaintiff shop, garage or storage. In used, everything you need, grove with beautifully .
,v.- r center of town. See H. H. big or little for cut prices, two
landscaped dory
ROBERT VICTOR FRA Hudson at Star-Advocate.
need the room grills, stoves, home. Located close to

TO: ROBERT VICTORFRAHCHETT1 WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER coffee makers: large steam city. limits. City water

c,o Marlon Fraechettl construction. Any size up to kettle. silver polisher. dough and sewers available. This

504 Leroy Avenue 30,000 square feet. lease. 267 mixer, sinks dishwashers large estate can be yours

Mouth Arcadia, California 0564. Industrial or comraer. bottle cooler glassware, and with 29% down and balance
YOU ARK HEREBT NOTIFIED supplies Tables chain,

that above a atyled Suit baa court bee by filed BOBBIE In Uie clal apace available. booths stools. I'll help youget 1.I12OApprol!!:...-

1.0f FRAICHETTI. Plaintiff and 2 SMALL OFFICES and warehouses starlet Phone 267-4830 if 9 acres off

ROBERT VICTOR FRA8CHETTI: for rent. 200 square no answer, phone 2675950. Carpenter Road near South

Defendant', and you are required of feet airconditioned office Lake. $4400 per acre with
to sails a copy of your Aaawer
aald Complaint for Divorce on Attorney plus 600 sq. ft. warehouse GUNS 29%:: down, balance over 5

T. David Burna 7412 North space. $125 monthly each. J. years.
Atlantic Avenue Cape Canav.rstFlorida W. Childre 730 South Dixie _
Realty, 2675563.
original U
and file the 127-Be first to see this 10
the office of tba Clerk of the Circuit -
Old U. S. 1
located close to the
Court on or before November' For SaleCHEAP acres

13. 104' I Indian River new 195. Priced only $10-
HEREIN: FAIL NOT or a decreepro City sale
oonfeaeo will be entered again- JET trip to Las Vegasfor 000 for quick

.t you, two people. 267-8641.
WITNESS1 my band and neal. of REPOSSESSED SPINET 163-10 acres in Indian River

aid Court In Brevard County LIVING. DINING, bedroom Save over $200 on this piano. Park located west of

Florida tale 7th day of October, furniture, Maytag misccllan Take up payments. Indian River Plantationsand
Curtla R. Barnaa eous items. 210 Hillcrest, 267. KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC priced at $500 per

Aa Clerk of the laid Circuit 6474. 2128 W. Tropic 267-6385 acre. 29% down balance

By Court: V. I. Rpangler' ..k \\ I MOVING FROM home to sp. OLD NEWSPAPERS suitable 5 yrs. ____

Deputy Clerk in packing and moving furnIture ,
Circuit Court *>al 1I 1\ artment. Custom Console TV 410-ATTENTION
I Oct. .. IS. 28. SO (Fri.) 1964. lr Stereo, 27" Fleetwood remote wrapping fish protecting ORS. lot size 100 ft. x 100
.. _.... 10..., V floors and furniture when
ft. zoned multiple
control TV ELM ,
Scaled NOTICE bid. will FOB be IHO received. by 'Ktet r-M SyaiMe,'... 14.W.U?...sunnY' Thorens m2t Sherwood speakers painting etc. Big bundle SOc. units. They're hard to
"We window at
aIWa1IY.r cur picture I Circulation dept. t Star-
the Board of County Commlnalnn- amplifier. G. E. flatplate find In this location. Priced -

I tide ." era up, until of Brevard S:4: o'clock County A.M., Florida, Nov-, "Your team lost again? Well, dear, you must cheer Ironer. Frigidaire Custom Advocate, rear of building. only SSfKKi Tcrma.

I ember. SIb 1M4, I In the Comrnlnlonere louder next week." Imperial washing machine. FURNITURE DISCOUNTSALES. 536-U.S. No.1., north of

Room Court Houae< Tltuevllle Dining room consisting of Mattresses offered at : ScotUmoor, 400 ft. frontage .
Florida, for
custom pieces
lit THB rmcuir COURT or MOTICK POSt Mllm Two (2) faun Reglntera for contemporary warehouse prices. See us to '. 300 ft. deep. Only $50
THK' NINTH JUDICIAL CIR. Heeled bid. will' be received by the Clerk nf the Circuit Court's sofa 2 club chairs. Mahogany day. 2111 Garden St. Nidy
CUlT, IN AND FOR BREVARD ton Board of County Commlmlnn-. Office. In Tltuavllle, Florida Business Property For Rent leather top coffee table Shopping Center. 267-5733 or .1 front f.2i.-!
I ,
COUNTY. TUORIDA ere, at the Courtbonee In Tlluivllle Bid epedflcatlone be obtained
may Items unlisted. 267.
IN CHANCERY Florida, up until ':46 o'clock at the offlre of Clerk of -- Many 2671926. I 575-U.S. No. 1, 50 ft. front.

O. 21R42 AM., In the Commleelnneri' Circuit Court, In Tltuavllle. SOUVENIR, TOURIST Shop, HOUSES FOR RENT 3120. age x 135 ft. deep. ScotU
O1I'E 111' PtBI.tCtT1ONOMPEAINT Room November (, 1D84 for: --- - BARGAIN HOUSE
The Board raucr von the right to moor. $n.W Cash.604CENTRAL .
(; rOB On. (II) new 'MS Tandem Dump reject any and all bide. snack bar, fruit stand. Novel TRAILER CABANA, turn I METAL WAREHOUSE BUILD New and Used Furniture and
V.oRXCLOstl.B Truoke, complete with bodlita. All bid. to be marked on out. ties General Merchandise ING 40* x 100'. Located InBellwood and
west Ellis Lane first houxe I appliances. We buy, trade LOCATION.
T.. w. XIRBY Minn factory CVW RatIng 62.000 Ide of envelope, "Bid for Cain established good ,
d/b/a E.: W. Kirov Ibe., wltb standard cab or cab ReilMera" Shop. Long right. 5 miles north of TI. area must be movedfrom sell Refrigerators $25 and 98 ft. on northbound U.S.

Central Contractor forward model-102"-104"CA.) JOE H WICKHAM business. large inventory. tusville. adults, no pets. present location. Phone up guaranteed 2S10 HopkinsAve. No. 1. Zoned for retail or
All aafety gleie For sale account of death. .
Plaintiff I Engine CHAIRMAN on 2676506.
wlndehleld tinted ... Die- .. Phone 2674705. Open service Chock this.
... with .1. BOARD OF COUNTTCOMMISSIONER" Will sell with or without real FURNISHED 4 BEDROOM 2 Friday nights until 9.
eel engine 426 Cu. In. Dlnnlecement
Defendant Minn. S cyl. 210 HP Minn6M estste. Long lease. Reasonable bath house on river. Adult PIIOTO CHRISTMAS cards, CAN BE FINANCED 667-600 ft. U.S. No. 1 front.

TO :Reynolde W. Dtvl Mln. net ft. Iba torque BREVARD. COUI'ITY.FLORIDA. Toby's US 1, Scottsmoor couple. 267.2701 or 267.4530. Gregory Studio, 267-3766. age north of Titusvlle. $80

You art hereby notified that Tranemlealon 6 apeed 5th Oct 28. SO Frl.) 1M4. (North of Titusville) florida. FINE WATCH and jewelry re front foot. Has some to-
filed .alnot Overdrive or direct. Rynchromeehplua PRACTICE PIANO
Complaint b. been e UNFURNISHED 3. bedroom.
you for foreoloeure of lien on tht I S or 4 tpeed AUII. tranamlaalon. Refinished and in excellent pairing. Jay Bee Jewelers ptovem'nte.. ., ..
ENVELOPES Business Sizes
following real property lo-wlti >> house, 2 tile baths. Largeliving Indian River City Indian River .

Lot ai dmorllM to O. R for mailing. Full stock at Camping Hunting room, built-in range,, playing condition. Plata.SEWING 680Approx. 400 ft. U.S.
Book 110 Paf St, Troulo Clutch Not lean.than 14", Sttr-Advocite. carporte and utility room. KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC No. 1 frontage in Bell-
Plat. aoooriHn to th. i Rear ftuapeniilon Minn. capacity -
Horn 2126 W. 267-6385.
Plat thereof recorded In PI.t 8K.OOO Ibi Tlmk.n 8JDD doublereduction $125.00 month. 267-1921 Tropic MACHINE repair, all wood. Choice site for filling
Book 11, Pao 13, Public Record with dl??. lockout or CAMPER REASONABLE. See ELECTRIC SHAVER service on makes. Phone 267-9208. station. Priced low at

of Brevart County Florida equal; Rear eprlnga mlnn. total Publication at second house north of BEDROOM HOUSE $12C all makes Jay Bee Jewelers, $75 per foot 29% down.

old property: IvlnaIn capaolty not leea than 88,000 Ibe. WANT AD RATES) Kelly's Block plant, Minis. monthly, phone 267-1739 after5p.m. Indian River Plaza.
Heollou 10, Townehlp 2ft etouth, Front Ante 16,000 Ibg canacltv WantedBOYS
DEADLINE Day Before Help
p.m. 1 Motel site to
:Range 87 Bait, Brevard with power ateerlnf Front aprlnie Publication for Wed 770- adjacent
County, Florida. not Iota than 7MO lb. each. I PIANOS ORGANS. The per. new 1-95 interchange. This
For Mon
Fri. 11 A.M. Mat.
and :you an required to nenre e. Tlrea Fronta Him X :20-11 ply S elate per word Child Care 3 BEDROOM 1 bath, large fect Christmas gift for the large tract has 300 ft. road
copy of :your Anawor or Pltadln tuba type I Reara 1000 X :20-12: ply Minimum Charge SOo house and grounds unfurnished entire family that will last a frontage and is 177 ft.
to the Complaint on the Plalnllff'eottorneye tube type wilt apare rim All rime
Hartoc and Wolfmnn, to he at boat 1,S" wide ALL CLARRIFIED ADS $125 mothly, Bessie Cab- lifetime. Our pianos carry a deep. Priced at $60,000
112: Derby Street, Cocoa, Florida, Foil capaolty Not loan than SO PAYABLE IN ADVANCE CHILD CARE In clesn responsible ella, 2671645.LARGE 10-yard guarantee. Our trans. with large down.800LAKEVIEW ,
and fll. th. orldnal Aniwer or fillnna (2-40 gal. tanka one per Kxoept Kttabllabed Account home. Infants or small blur
1'leedlnr In thi offloe of th. aide Full Air lira k.u.... to Cleat Ifled Dlaplay Kate children preferred. Exper. UNFURNISHED downstairs organs 5-year war .
hILLS Attractive
Clerk of tOn Circuit 1 Court on or ha factory I, reinforced or double Available on Hequeat ranty. No down payment ,
lenced 267.7258.EXPERIENCED flat large grounds 1
BIrd of November 2"X16" Want Coaat Mir- care. to five First 11 YEARS OF ACE OR 3 bedroom 2 bath
before thi : day framed. The liar-Advocate ......... up years to pay. ,
block from A & monthly
1984. If :you fall to do to, Judc corn, front and rear algnal lltet.aelt the privilege of revletng or retectlng P. $60 payment, February 1965 Pickup OLDERW. home overlooking South
m.nt by default will bo takimcalnat cancelling.Air CHILD care Bessie Cabella 267-1645.
you for the rallot demand Cleaner Vlnn t lit rapacity H any d..... advertisementwhich objectionable In clean comfortable home your phone and call me will need boy. t* deliver Lake. White terrazzo

L ed l In the Complaint. oil bath Oil filter, full flow and la change the claeelfloatlon Close In Titusville. 2672210. 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath Whispering collect day or night. I'll personally The Stir-Advocate S afternoons floors Westinghouse central -
type I qt capacity. ICC emergencydleablllty of any advertlcemeM from that Hills. $132 per month. 267. contact you the same heat and air conditioning
Tom notloo aball be publi.h.dooo..a I a woek due to expansion -
ewltch. I Cab llteaalrborneElmtrlq ordered t. conform to the policy MIDDLE AGED deglres and $13-
h week for four ooneeo wlndehleld ..Ip..... woman 1941. day you call and show you of routei. range oven.
titlveweeks In Tlluevllle Bter- Perry water, cooling evetem. filteror of thin paper.The babysitting and light our beautiful selection of If 900 $450 down (no down
oAdvor'l.. equal. 12 voit.l.oIrioaloy.tm. Star-Advocate will not housework. 267-9535. FURNISHED 3 BEDROOM. 2 styles and finishes for you to you are willing to give VA) with FIU terms
DONE AND ORDERED In Tltu be reepoaeible for more than good service; collect prompt
of battery HD Minn. 900 amp Hr. Incorrect Ineertlon nor will -- children maximum. $125. 267. choose from. Call collect to.
Ibm Dod day one !
-Ille, Florida
and Increato
rating. 2-Frnnl tow hooka and I ELDERLY WOMAN desires Iy; your route by 814 Furnished home bar.
It be liable for In
October, 1IW4.ri'iirm. 1 nay error 3M6. day Mr. Dollar. Days
rear low loon.Body edveHteenx-ete to a greater extent babysitting in own home. $2 _. aaletmanihip put your apllcatlons gain in excellent con
111, V.I. water level with -- -- -- --- 636 5575. after 7 p,m. 636 0135.
n. UAHNKH. Clark, than the to* at the apace In now at the circulation -
with day wcrk. Exper.lenced. OFFICE FOR RENT dition. Furniture not new
12 yd end long per (Cocoa School of Music)
llreverd the Item In theadvertleement.
Circuit Court ; 1i1bo: : occupied by : of the
County riorlila.Hy Anurox. HI" Hef| cleaning excellent references ----- but nice. Includes t.v., refrigerator
: alder Inalde and oulalde. Hody Air conditioned office or re- SHOW Star-Advocate on the cornerof
: V ff. SpanhlerDeputy All Departmental: 2670288. 2 CASES will sacrifice, air conditioner
eldea, front and tall gate to be of tall and service Excellent and St John.
Hopkins ,
III i Floor S gauge 1100 Hopklne Ava. -- --- ---- spaces. need room 2675950. 3 dandy size bedrooms
(Cli. .It Court Heel) alee aauannen); load bearing cab ahleld ..> Dial 201-4711 CARE FOR pre-school child In locations, in new --- ----- .- roar of the building. Aik to tile bath with spacious living

H non .*for WolfntanAlniny Plaintiff Inforoed Vt cab alae appro, a8"to" Office Hours S:00 to I:80Mailing my home by week. Indian i buildings. DOUBLE BED blonde finish, see Mr. Floyd. I room modern kitchen,
Addreea, Drawer A
made of 10 ateel. Body
li;I DarbY Bloat River Heights 267-2907. SEESYDNEY innertpring and orthopedic
to be reinforced to aland hard TII uevtll.. Fla. EARN XMAS AND owner wants quick sale
Cut-on FlorilsOct.
23, 00 Nov. S, 13 -
aroplc holet with mlnn capacity REALTOR --- -- SPENDING MONEY! $1400 down bal.
of 20 tone rating, lloriy to be week. Indian River Heights 1141 S. Hopkins Avenue, TI. BURROUGHS BOOKKEEPING payment .
primed with runt Inhibitor primer Special NoticeBuild 2675766. tusvllle. 267-6100. machine with stand and ance $6533 including taxes
'I'UK rOM HID (2) coatt and ((2) coata of flnleh work principal and interest.
area, cheap, 267-J950.
failed bide will ba received by paint. Only liD hardware ahall be KIDDIE KEEPERS, fenced _. This won't last long.
tha Board of County: Commleelonrn .UNedllldder. self confidence, Improveyour NEW BUILDING office space FEMALE HELP WANTED
shall atale time for de- yard, 2679570. U.S. 1 So. FIRST QUALITY Spinet piano.
up until 1.46: o'cloik A.M. !I. Titusville 2,000sq. 846
thin Commtealoiter'e Room NOT livery, lob efficiency and) be ft. 2672849. Low price. Terms available. ---- ----- -Large 3 bedroom 2
rmbor 8, JIMM, at the oourthouwIn The Board reaervea the right to 2670596. ]EXPERIENCED SALESLADY bath home on attractive
I I for: rrjeot any and all bld.. understood by others through For RentMAC'S Mendel Lane Many extras
HUHHBR nTrJo.t END hula to be marked: "Bid for On U.S. 1, prime location, call wanted, apply In perlOn.Fredrick'I ,
GO CART with this
Diet No r 267.0610 2678866. for sale plus parts preowned
LOADER to meet lb. fallow- Truck and or 211 Hopkins.
Inn apaclflcatlonai, JOlt H WICKHAM. listening, CAPE KENNEDY $100.) See at 106 Nidy Avenue, home. Only $15,550 with

trtandard bucket with minimum CHAIRMAN. .peakin EQUIPMENT ROOMS FOR RENT 267-4676. LADIES, WHITE telephone $1500 down. Shown by ap--
of I-M ou. yda. WAD Sales Rentals Repairs -- ----- ------
--- --- polntment
*. work experience not necessary .!!
,:ratlnf.Knmne.. direct eteiftni dleeelrnRlna. PREVAIl COl'NTT. How much? lluou?, Noli *8OO?, Construction EquipmentHand PRIVATE ROOM, cooking FURNITURE FOR sale chestof day or evening. Sal. -

minimum of 104HP PLORI DA. Tools I privileges for gentleman, drawers, breakfast let, ary $1.25 per hour. Write Box 848-Be sure to chock on

at flywheel.Croee Oct. 21, SO Frl.) 1M4.Ml Not; $1007, Not.! 88 E. Merrltt Is. Causeway $15.00 2674463. end tables desk bed, box A.2, Star Advocate. this vacant home move
weight of machine to ba Days 636-8340-NlKht: 6360160 spring and mattress 267. right in. Beautiful well

aker-4-wheel minimum of 11MO air near Iba. b,. '11C K rOM HIOK. Simply through membership In ROOM FOR rent with kitchenprlvllt'jles. 3034. (Continued on next page) kept trl-level home S twin
0.alnd blda will be received by 267-0610 before --- -----
draullo. I Tosstmsiters Club. 5, sue bedrooms 2 baths
Tina 10.00 14 U-ply front the Hoard of County Commlealon.era FOR RENT after 5. 2678866. beautiful kitchen
I stepsaver(
Hrevard County, Florida In
Four and wheel raar. drive.Power the Commleelonera' Room court- Vlbit your local TitusvilleTo : Floor Sanders, Polishers --- --- ROCK NURSERY ] built-ins) plenty eating
hoiiee, In Tlluavlll, Florida up ATTRACTIVELY FURNISHED, GARDEN space attached garage
ahlft tranamlailnn.Operating until ':46 o'clock AM. November atmsiters Club Wednesday Phone AM 7-3255 private bath TV close to located in Whispering
I... I, IM4 for: Paint Outlet I
capacity not Factory Cape and downtown facil I
than 7.000 Iba.Eleolrloat Two Hundred 1200) Blankela nights at the Chanticleer ms OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY 7.7-JW Hills Be first to see this
ities. Ideal for two I
gentle I
wool nlocllin.woob.ble.
,: ayatam nOah ba 12 Army type Priced $16,500 only $2800
or I' volt sod .11.11 incIudB000rator approximate' sine Baldwin Shopping Center men. Low weekly rate. 267- Between Mims and Titusville e down loan.
267-6117 a
Inn call 267 J709 nme
or or
0. .It..lor. oil- Ml g SO" 9389. mile north of LaGrange Cemetery

( a la and current regulator One AND Hundred. Twenty MM or 267-5131 after S p.m. APARTMINTS FOR RENT ------- i 858-Enjoy luxury In this 4
heavy duty betterlea, head --- ------- Get
end tall llgbte, Including Mallreeeee .1.. approximately FURNISHED BRAND new 2 TO BUSINESS man. Very convenient Aquainted Sale I bedroom 2 bath home In
atop and brake llghte and .." x 7*' IS", Cover and rates moat rea Forest Hills built
by of
all modern one
horn mont be atalnproof, Telephone . central sonable. References exchanged. .
and anotproof, wain- Day 267 6808 heat and sircondltioning. 2 Acres, Full of Plants, Trees i Shrubs our leading builders. PrIced -
Burl tank b.1b.vI at leant call 267 6523
6& gallon capacity, able with aoan and water No children under 12. $110, at $25.900 with 10%

)'.rla available antI eervlce within, a nOah IS mile be bacteria Mattreeaea, mildew mum be mold Inert or to ALCOHOLICS Night 267-1399 ANONYMOUS 267-0748 or 267B611. 2 BEDROOM utilities maid MANY ITEMS GOING BELOW COST down. __ _
UIIIII ot Tllu.vlll.. 1'I0rld. moth larvae,, uneftected body fluid.byp.rnplrailon If you want to drink. that's your EFFICIENCY APARTM ENTfinewly service, reasonable. 2674103. 869-All new 4 bedroom, 2
TERNS: 60* of root In January i Llgustrum fr-m: S .'!5 :l.VTRV: 'P'CIALee...a bath home '
business If want to in
of IMS. alen... te beI aolda, alkallee, and organloTh.Dard you stop decorated, furnished,, ROOMS WITH bath. TV. air I c.ee'lent:: lo
.olventHldt drinking that's our busln.... Viburnum . from $ .35 I I cation. Central ducted
I 1wo(3( equal paymente In r........ the rl.bt toraleot 2670619. conditioned for Mila workers. PUT MOSS gas
| 1W6.March of 1IHIS and July of any "and all hida. ---_ -- -large $10 weekly double; $25 single. II Azaleas . from $ .50 f full bu. Soc I I heat by Chrysler Westinghouse -
I to .b. meek.,!: 1M. forBbonliet. AnimalsDACHSHUNDS FURNISHED MODERN. Meals I I electric range and
Phone 267. Camellia from $2.00 i_
and Mattreeaea"Quote 267. .,,,.
2 b'
room oven. $16,200. $600 down
All Bide to be marked; "Bid for F.OB. Tltuivllle, and --- --- 9742. Mila Motel. Rte. 1 southof I
front End Loader" Delivery date AKC Register- 6288.:! new I JunIper Cumolete Line OfPALMS with Flit financing.

The Board reeervei the right to JOE H WICKHAM ed. 7 months old. 267-4678. csnirwsy ___ r" t. -, 0',"" IJ p ,
,r ectanvao 4 all bid. unfurnished air- 887 Bea, tifp
CHAIRMAN 3 BEDROOM : | i-xecutiv tvneentate
JOIC H. WICKHAM $112.50 PER PERSON.per week. Podocarpus from >S> .30 '
IIOARor COUNTt ] conditioned stove and rrtilli
CHAIRMAN GIVE AWAY puppies 8monthu garage Rocket Motel. Mims Phone just lOW( It. norm ofcity

HOARD OF COITNTT COMMIUHIONKRK BREVARD COUNTT.rLORIDA old JJ3 Lenore Ave- refrigerator. $135: plus util. 2673097. .---- .- I limits. Has a beautiful
COMMI88IONKHHIIRKVAHD flue, 2672194. ities. Available Oct. 20th. 1535 I large home placed a-
Nov. Sth
COUNTY."LORIOA. Oil.: 2S, SO 'I'rl.I m. Hibiscus St. 237-6317. SLEEPING ROOMS and elficlencles I 50'TO'25 mong citrus grove and

:CI. Z3. 80 Frl.) 1M4. I Boats For Sale APARTMENT OR trailers. ange St 2673400.for: rent 801 Or. I all typos r'COMPLETE appointment high oak trees. Shown by

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Weekly or monthly rates, adults I- Selection Of
CIRCUIT COURT AIR CONDITIONED. MOTEL Citrus Fruit 28-Prime business location.
CIRCUIT. FLORIDA room. Reasonable Call 267. Lot size Is 95 x 101 ft. just
AND rolt BRBVARD CUUNTT IN CHANCERY 1'111.11141'' NOW IS THE TIME APARTMENTS, 4103. COMPUTE LAND- off new 4 laned Garden
FLORIDAIN close in efficiencies weekly SCAPE SERVICE 4.50
Mill) r. Hf IIT Street Modern born
Jr. monthly rates air condition.
'K or1110ITI0r4 Pialaiiff.BARBARA SPECIAL GIFT FOR HIM ed. 417 Julia Street.UNFURN1SHED FOR RENT FREE ESTIMATES _ _ property Including separate bin--
.... double garage: and
"MOI'IOIOoCU! IN LAYAWAY NEW STORE building for office -
ANN OHl'BBH Jr., mess building. Zoned BP.
2 bedroom
IN RE: Ailnpllon of ,
Olaf roia at. or business. 15 x: 60 ft
$70 adults In. mo-
ANN ) ,
TO: BARBARA ORt'BUU Heated and airconditioned.
By lAWRENCE BAKER and bile home In trade.)
Jr" OK BOATING ACCESSORIES quire 609 Tropic Street
BKTTr JEAN bin Phone 267-4160.
wife BAKER Rmlleo's unaaown --- SEE OAKWOOD TODAY 962.-Lovely' 2 bedroom home

To: MEYER FOX. Jr andROMA1.IB YOU ARK HIoRIItIY: : NOTIFIED Rogers Outboard RENTlBEDROOlttduple on well landscaped shadedlot.
that a Hull .... be.n flied In lbs pUPLlXJFOK FOR RENT or lease, store
KATHLEEN ab..ve alylad react bv ROBERT space 20 s: 60 ft.. or suitablefor Vinyl floor, gay fire-
FAZOHA1 FOX 1103 Garden St.
(Addreae Unkaowi) LEWIS (IRl'BBH. Jr., Plaintiff apartment office. Located Magnolia Mobile Home Subdivision place heater Refrigeratorand
reasonable will beat
and BARBARA ANN' QRUBHHJr. I stove included. Close
Plata $125 monthly 2871928.Jackson's .
Ton ere hereby notified that ., Defendant and you are required Building & Const. apartment 239 Pritchard to Parkway Junior High
I to nerve a copy of your
the l.AWRKNCB above-named I'etlllonere, Aniwer of eald I Complaint for 1>Ivone Street at 11 a.m. Saturday school. Only $9100. Buyer
JEAN BAKER have filed a pet oa Attorney T. David Burn NIDY CONSTRUCTION. resl- morning. Featuring: I must finance
then In the above etvled court 7412 North Atlantic dnu'l.C dentists commercial and re. ---- ----- NurseryS.
Canaveral I FlorliU, the 1 BEDROOM. excellent location
for the adoption of the minor modeling. U years I in Titusville. -
of the Clerk
required child earned to ebow therein"..and... why you are the of original I". Circuit In the Court office oa or before LJcenied and bonded.Phone eluding, nicely electric furnished water, See in- Hwy.. 1 Indian River LARGE 75' x 110' LARGE POOL f
November 12. 1M4 AM 7-2326.
same ehould not be granted hv City On River
HEREIN FAIL NOT or a decree to appreciate. $125 monthly
irvin a copy of written
r "..f.".... If any. D. or .befors the pro confeaee will be entered again Business 1009 Jones after V30 PM. LOTS WITH SHUlFLEBOARDI
33rd day of November. It BONANZAPLANT
1IM4 uponPalmer WITNESS
hand and Mai of
W. Colllne. Altorney forPetitioners aid Court In my Brevard County, Opportunities CENTRAL WATER HORSESHOES, Eto.
BETTY Florida, thIn Ilk day of October
Plnetree Drive, Kau Oallle, Florida 104. Curtis R, BarneaAe TOP OPPORTUNITY for couple Th.Contofa pack of SALE I

thereof, and lIt by filing. Clerk the of original paId Clerk of Ibe eald. Circuit to buy half Interest for Cigarettes per day will DANENBURG

.j court; otherwlee a Decree Pro Court By: V 8. tlpangler $2300 In Tltuavllle business, buy an excellent Christmas Annuals Azaleas $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYTO
0 Confeaeo may be entered agalnityeu Deputy Clerk. secured by large Inventory,
saId I Present for your
granting adoption.WITNESS Palms Hibiscus
: iCtreall Cauo't Neal)
you can earn good money REALTY
mv hand and the :kit. S. 16, a, n Fat) 111I4- children. Lufustrum Patio
week with total Income plants REACH OAKWOOD From Titusville
peal of aald
1M4 Florida, thin Slat day of October, possibly of, ideal$10,000 working and more conditions WORLD BOOKReprtientetive peat and humus any and everything U. S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U. S. 1 for 1514 South Washington

(COURT DRAMCURTIS The Titusville Star- easy hours, no Sunday for home and garden. one more mile to our entrance on right For free I AM 7-3858

R RARNK, work. you are your own Beautiful plants at reduced information Call 267-5686. Open (-5. Moa thru Sat.

COURT CLERK Advocate, 1 1st in cir aurant boos mechanical experience and will rest be 267-4775 price DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! I (24 Hr. TeL appointment AM. Service)

-469'5 Where buyer .
V. I. ftpangler and seller et-
By P.O. Bos
helpful 112 Titus j
Deputy Clerk culation in North Her S by apt. enly AGENTS ON PROPERTY TIL DARK sect to get better and faster

2-: !: ,_...t. J' ..* H8 IX > SM, ville. I I Service.w




one..r 2t. Hoe
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I The Days Are Getting Cooler... But Classifieds Are Still Hot! I

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Help Wanted Help Wanted Mobile Homes Plumbino Supply WHEN l ENVELOPES Business slr.I.1

SEPTIC TANKSof ifri StaMdvocats.JESS for mailing Full I


ee. prefer man with militaryservice for gasoline deliveries Must tras>a lartalel, tanks -
behind him Excellent be reliable and have Florida LIVE RENT Pumppd awl eieB.d, dram
OeMa reI UM. Mttnw SefHc WANTED /IOlll
future ehasa era ttceote. Ira Noble
pcotpesfta. 60
Apply Tags feac. .... P, 0
Minute Cleaner Pirtle Plaza. .,1091 Tropic Street, TItuaville. -
35. cashier experience required TRUCK DRIVER waD t d. Estate a
!. Apply m person to Steady employment Must $30 down payment and $30 a JUST A FEW LOTS
Mr. Stanger, Eckerd Drug have chauffers Hcenae. Apply month will buy TOOT own full
Pirtle Plaza Shopping Center City Han, SS Palm Avenue acre mobile borne lot at beautiful LEFT! "Once again there (Is proof
Tituaville. Florida. Lake Louise Eatatea. OFFEREDBY W. CHILDRE CHAS. JANNABON1TltuavlUe that
politics la the meat peas.
Become landlord.
your own
SALESCLERK for coameticdepartment. COOK. EXPERIENCED opening Dont tear up rent receipt each BYGORDON ...... nil's.COUNTRY AM Shopping T 3441 Center ing of all careers,"
Cam. ales apply In pernon. Sands month. Many families DOW reside -I
experience helpful but not re Restaurant 319 Washington in our beautiful trailer community
quired. Age 21 to 35. Apply Avenue. visit ua and see for Acreage Grove. Commercial f
Sites, Industrial Site, River and f -- -- .
In person to Mr. Stanger, yourself the finest self-owned -- -
Eckerd' Drug Pirtle Plaza NEED TWO licensed salesmen mobile home park Road Frontage Acre Plats, 24
Shopping Center. for Real Estate office Call to 10 acre plats. Wooded Lots.
Mr. Luck Ray Carpenter LAKE LOUISE ESTATES 85 by 150 feet. Recorded Subdivision \ t i
MALE HELP WANTED Realty 2678813. 14 miles east of Orlando on New Homes 34 down.
RouU 50 Phone 568-27U No "fi plteh" herd Whenwe
New Home. 10% down, New
CARPENTER-MASON, to build FOOD STOREROOM clerk,I OR CHRISTMAS PARK Home, $450 down, and Older, handle' your move yen can CLUBHEIGHTS
house extension. Phone 267- over 21, with experience pre Route No. SO. Christmas, Fla Homes of all kinds If it Is count M our experience, train' W MOVE RIGHT IN
fenced, call Mrs. Santos, 267- Phone: 568-2011 Real Estate and you are looking ed movers and modem equipment !
1481.Wanted for TOD.\Y'S BEST BUYS it Practically N.w-No Qualifying
Licensed October Specials! Write may pay you to See Call or promptly t* mare you safely and S BR ROOM., I BATH Mil LARGE- CARPETS LIVING Si THE BEST BUY IN

Real 1. Lots Estate, Homes Personnel, and acreage Lost STAR SKYLINE bedroom 50' x 50 10'x-10'2 -bedroom 2 $3595. JOHN A. GORDON' Think of ER.DRAPES SELLING WASHER PRICE!, $21 DRY MO.: FOREST HILLS

MEDIUM SIZE Blue Tick; 16" center kitchen $3695 Registered Real IstaUBroker: ONLY $2000 DOWN. $134 PER i\\
2. Low Down, monthly terms Beagle heavy, black saddle. STAR 50' x 10' Early American 23 Main-AM 7-3085 Titusvllle MONTH, INCLUDING PRIN.:
3. Big earnings South of Maytown Road.Name Deluxe $3885 FIDELITYAgent INT. TAXES AND INSUR.ANCit :
of owner on collar. Re SKYLINE 54' x 12' 2 bedroom HURRY ON THIS
4. Paid Immediately ACREAGE FOR SAL ONE CALL -
ward. Call Collect 4288389. Deluxe $ S8S. 1

In the Cape Kennedy area BLACK PATENT leather handbag Used Trailers 165 Acres in Bretard County at I ALLIED VAN LINES J. W. CH1LDRE REALTYAM

Call Chuck Ritter with green billfold, Friday 58 NASHUA 40' x 10' t bedroomSet $115 per acre Sorry, no STORAGE fe TRANSFERDAY 7-.5563
Collect at Draa Field, reward up LOO'n! '. phone Information. Conlact II
783-6441 2675249. 64 x 8' 1 Arrow Rcalt\ 2700 S. Wash. OR NIGHT

bedroom. tngtnn Ave. on L': S. L I Phone AM '..0221I
MEgiAVIC, brake and front ---I .
Mobile Homes Continued 3200 SQ. FEET OF QUALITY CONSTRUCTION
end nfim. 267.9811 or 267.4018. EASY TERMS on next page SUTTON'SREAL '


ALL NEW 2 BEDROOM MOBILE home. Titusvllle 1224 N U.267-3081 S. 1 I LUXURIOUS ESTATE

10 wide private lot, $100 34 BEDROOM ''
North of Overpass ti'
a 3 Bedroom. $350 down. $77 monthly. 267.7875. __ CUSTOM DESIGNED CO.
monthly, pays everything- HOMMONlAWfWOOOfOLOTS. BUYS t
immediate possession. 2 BEDROOM $75 monthly, Sale Trade FL ... 267-0564
or I
furnished, nice cabana, I SERENRYSUBURBAII
4 Bedroom, $400 down. $87 Christmas Park, call 3682011or 8 x 32 TRAILER house. Low YET ONLY MINUTES Immediate Poaaesatoa
monthly including P.I.T.I. stop at aalea office. down payment or what have TO NASA CAUSEWAY.
2671648. SHOPPING CENTER Aaaume Equity
S Executive .beautiful TRAILERS FOR SAL you.
location, will build to 63 TROTUOOD, 50 x 10. 2 bed. TRAILER LOIS FOR SAL I Low Down PaymenlaWHISPERING
your taste, hundreds of room, equity, assume month.
plans to chose from, from ly payments $6909 267-3311 LOT 75 x 110 all utilities on I -s- OWN Y6U OWN SPACIOUS MOM' fOil 11$$ THA" aENt1mD' '
$21,800. ext. 266 before 5 p.m. or 267- lot. very reasonable AM I-
2169 after 5:30: p.m. 8887 after 5 P.M
o New Smyrna Beach$500
down, $58 monthly, includes HILLSNew
all, 2 bedrooms Florida "' .m '4ajNO

room, 1 block to beach. ROYAL COLONIALGARDEN 4 Bedroom'ul 2 ab''h': !lo

Space R.al Estale, Inc. C NatvtallwttNI near '
APARTMENTS and Shopping two MaNrt IOWN e NO cIOSHI.05%IS
Glen Schlueter 267-6668 .with"""lilt "- down. I cf'I''I': ).: NEW HOMES U. PulcNAa.w' auNUaw. Re. lsAal
"Welcome to Gracious Living"Located I Mo. Payment $110.00 Including
Ihrlnf P&LIMPERIAL DESIGNED N.I, neat w.deni II-.......IIh.
C OIL'Nest .,..1 Meat luau,,st/ I
one mile north of highway 50, west of U 8. No. .City ...s- -u- fOR BETTER wa wi'" c: "" ial". ..
ryw :
WALK TOSHOPPING lI 1, with river privileges convenient to everything Ma Wills i.
equal diatance to either causeway, yet with an atmosphere from LIVING whndewa' a belts wide fuII aelr
of a country estate Luxuriously finished, wall to ESTATESNew ."xnar.a lemon Mae e apedeua
wall carpeting, each apartment different with its own $13,950 eloeas with .louvered dean dwbls 1.I

I personality individual utility and storage room 12 6 shopplnf center across AND 41R1. butls sliding: le gloss Tr! lathe doer a :::t:vi0.yeed 0
cubic feet automatic defrosting 2 door refrigeratorcentral
St. You assume existing
I Freshly "painted 1 bedroom TV system costs no more, and less than others I M0.X15 rilA loan may at only $103 per I o 111, 2H lATHS sillily CENTRAL soon, HEAT a 4Ogall.n e tenet w.he. keehr
block home close to Pirtlt Its equal Spaciously landscaped private grounds VANOTHWOOOWNFHA1500DOWN mo. 3 bedroom, 2 bath homelike ..,,4 MOREL detsewsy4
I Plaza Can be purchasedfor and many other inviting features. Available December new Double carport.

,I as little as $400. down lit NOW RENTING( No Qualifying, Dont delay $11,500-114,050 f:::{] .ewNM nlldl-.luIIt-t,,Tep...
and $80.00 per month.Whispering (N.Cl,.,..Gw, call today! ..-. 'hi..... O\J renge with heed ,*h_wi. Devale'
T Si,wmw Nee sinks, FermlM eeblnehlMODUS
Hills W. J. SMITH Realtor PIIONE 267.3511 !

DR. .e .a .... -
Absent owner would like an .
offer on this 3 bedroom ---- ----- -- --- -- / Desirable I and 4 8. R. models OPIN FROM $80 MONTHLY

home. Nice yard with citrus REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS /! available for Immediate
I nterert, tan**,
Slf TMIM NOW Incrvf
trees. Asking! 14500. occupancy They Feature: : ronte, kewM one lei.principle .
Reasonable terms will buy COUNTRY ESTATES Marble window slur, mica
it. cabinet, white terratio, en
HOMES closed! showers, double car-
pnrts on some
We LISTINGS have buyers NEEDED waiting 3 AND 4 BEDROOM. C35 180 feet old U.S. No. 1 I M.109 Indian River Heights.. 'IU 50 with rilA, VA or clla.Vl'ntion.1 .
Call Mr, Luck to river Just south ol This nice 3 bedroom 2 bath loans Prime loca

---1 BATH CBS Route building 50, good, 25.IIUO existing) I Can home be sits bought high and with dry only- lion N. SIMOLITON, A V,., TITUSVIIH fLA. ."H. 27-4144

RAY CARPENTER 29" down-Balance negotiable $450: down and $!W54 mon -T-
HOMES thly We have the key
Realty and will show It at your BRENTWOOD
S. US I, Tituaville, 2678113 e Large. Btdreoms D 10 Magnolia Avenue 145 convenience.II120 .
feet corner lot toned business I I Bedroom 1 bath, can be
Duplex on property Whispering! Lakes bought with furniture, with or
m Family Rooms nNT ., provides $160 monthly income Corner lot J bedroom 2 without wall to wall ctrpet
X100 ( Total price 125,000 bath, double carport-Own. This on. li In perfect condition I.
29% down handles. er paid $18.100 will sell for and ran be moved Into
e Central Air Cerrfltlenlnfl : { p.r month $13500 with $2,000 down IMMEDIATELY! Make LowDown
GeorgeBarley and Heat Include i P.3-2 Income property 250 $1M monthly Includes P.I.T.It pmt. and assume lilA
principal feet frontage on Engllih Int.II128 pm t.. of only $tt oo.

FHA FINANCING and In"r"t Street 1 duplex- Property, 1 rental IruludM home,- VA no money down -0-
3 bedroom *.. .. ...
2 bath central MM Ie iiil"MtMvaMtM4 Mr*.
1 vacant lot Suitable for
Inc. I heat and air conditioning- Mar .em. Ik*Mare MM imtttttt
additional units Total Dew home In popular area- COLONIALHEIGHTS ale see ..*.e MftniMt M..|la
BROS.I price $22.500. close to schools and shopp r "... M sat lace be* (MM*
COLEMAN L-96 Magnolia frontage 239feetX129 ing Call uf to see this SUIIJ I I MM a and a Sv l aIe.
feet Ideal tornmerclal home today, .If ea.dmssMlet' ale Seeder/Mly.
See these I dxlrable homes F.. 014 lost 0.e4 a Paae4 evened
"Off Old Dixie Highway" or buainess IncaUon 11124 Check thla-Owner has In beautiful Colonial Heights. ..,.Ie. .., .........
3 BEDROOM, 2 Bath, LOOK for the Silln' -Priced within market given us a nice 3 bedroom All are complete am) ready IUXUI Y I ".dgwaa4a4aemsi s laeery M.
1 bath CBS home to offer for your family, lilA VA, "" 'ce ant Mena Pea,u"q
on Titus Ave., $13.200. A43 10 Acres north of Mints
fenced in yard built In I 261.8543FOREST $1.ooo !per acre Mlle you at a ralmtic price of or conv, financial available.ROYAL I .rata ...eeA sane.... .."
electric i wooded land Better t9Mn Perfect starterhome 1/.14. MawrgaM Paws
range pine FOIl SO
I for e PNaeg eel f"wmeaesl"
buy now. am ill acreage a young couple-
INDIAN RIVER tracts becoming trans. Can be bought with only .......
HEIGHTS I Ll-- IKX) dovriH OAKS Vifft1H...MM.. ... .
-- -
Immaculate Cozy 2 bedroom H 1.100175 feet! U1! Nrj i fr nt We have homebuilder LITTLE! @ -
ire baths, builtn ,I1 600 feet deep T4.alprice kit Z year old I bedroom who a will anility place the: ;
range and oven One of this areas Better Builders plan to start S new ttl.OW This fttt I bet beme N*ar sckoola home of choice the W..,Mawr.a.s.'MM4I Ml
your oa IMS
Screened porch large homes in the Forest Hill area very shortly F.H.A. TERMS. corner parcel baa m' njrpossibilities 14 atafiplng This home lot of choice. Any area...a.4.wiu a as..
lot. Better hurry, only Choose your lot and plan NOW. Call for Information. ai b"11MItt or la In A I condition Tsp your available.CALL t/pe
$82 per month after residential! property ratio floors, built In range financing .. ..-.- .
down p.yment.RENTALS. WHISPERING LAKESLarge i: and oven, carport Really I Studio. I tt 2 Bedroom Rental Aeartmenti
L-104 OS feet frontage on and truly a good value at
3 bedroom. 2 bathe borne with central heat and alt I Magnolia Ideal setting only $10,000 full price TODAY! from 1100 monthly Unfurnished
SEVERAL Excellent conditioning Garage Only 4 months old. $1250.00 down R for small Chop. or warehouse Present mortgage $2flQ Models Now Ope For Ia-/p.etloa
furnished and unfurnished and assume mortgage Payments 1105.00 PL I ",2rJO with term arable at $56 00 per month I "The Nerve a"Yet' Canlaaal ....1. sew es eupis, II... nuaNM
homes for rent lantusville $heppinCaotae"

2&Fully central air heated conditioned 3 bedroom Homes I ready to occupy 10 under coettructlon. : ARROW REALTY
m bath apts. Enclosed $1500000 to 17500.00 FHA. TERMS. Down Payment I I SUTTON IMPERIAL
garage close to $450 00 and up. TOYER
Loll: 3 In IRC area $2200.00 each. 20 acres, Rt. 44 -
, shopping school' $13) 'I DON R. MANCIM Broker Ic ASSOC. REALTY CO.
month. Zoned trailer park. 12.500.00 per acre. I
I: 142 S. A. MOLES U. S. No. 1 At Harrison Street IIM I. WASHINGTON
!, :! I JOHNNY Office '.... Home tt>.., b':.%:'=
or WlShinCODi! 1240 S Hopkins. Opposite MagnoRa! Plaza Call 257-7037 e Evenings 207-9187 i -
\ Phone 2C7-O27 Day or Night" I 1b1.94401:::
After ( P. M. Juamta Malott 267 7559 Tituivllle, Florid 2"-4U4

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V .A; NO PAYMENT DOWN U n)4;ultft.D/ltl G A R D E N D A L E IMMEDIATE$15,000 TO OCCUPANCY$19,000

A Community (if f Fine Homes In Titusville {Several 1770 b Flom'Large Lan reatrktsd FOR SALE to 1100 Is e.'Ala It. telnlstgs cLErE.

FHA LOW DOWN oar 2 Jfilft Wnt of U s.1 On Garden Street COWART & CARTER

PAYMENT THREE; '& FOUR BEDROOM FAMilY ROOM TWO TilE BATHS 2200 PhemE Garden 2t7 rt2 St.>Y ;;tm':31.Weer


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Continued from Preeeedtec Pate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate ENVELOPES Busincsi Sties,
SAL-I- for maHing. Full stock at
NEW GARDENDALE 3 bedroom -
Real Estate 2 bath, central beat HOUSES FOR SAL I BEDROOM bath. Excellent EXECUTIVE ROME 4 bedroomS 3 YEAR OLD home for sate BUILD YOUR
al r conditioning: built in EASY TERMS, no qualifying condition, near lake. Good bath with Family Room and by owner. 3-bedroom Itt LOTS or ACREAGE
range, diahwatber, double ear I bedroom, 2 bath situated on fishlnf. Total price $12MO. 2 ear garage, DlfpoaaL DUb- bath. Fenced yard. Many extras. HOMEIN
ACRIAOI FOR SAL garage, Large beautifully lake, wall to wall carpeting! $400 down. Edwards Realty, wither, beautiful built-in Central beat, air-con BEAUTIFUL WANTEDSuitable
landscaped comer lot, patio 12 Baldwin Shopping Center kitchen. Excellent location. ditIoIIJD,. Payment $61 mouth
beautiful kitchen, $12.-
fenced In backyard, offeredby priced Phone: 267-3804 Evenings sod See this today. Edwards $UOO down. Call 287-7784. HILLS
182 ft. by 400 ft Ugh owner 267-7292. 609. 267-3696. Weekends 287-2321. Realty, 12 Baldwin Shopping FOREST for nb-dlvlaloa
way dose In. :f1t : INDIAN RIVER City, split Center Phone : 287-3604 Erenlofi 1808 N. SMITH Drive, Wbfiper- call today Must have access to-fewer
aldwfn 3 I MILES north of Oak
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Hffl 3 and Weekends 287-2321. log Oak 3-bedroom Itt bath,I
Edwards 12
level, 3 bedroom 2 bath. Many
Florida bedroom. .DeI.water. pay cash
Center Phone: :27! bedroom 2 bath. lib bath furnished near Junior High, HAWKINSCONSTRUcnON
Shopping extras. $1500 down $120
Evenings and Week. room extra, WHIS double garage, boathouse INDIAN RIVER HEIGHTS 3 school and shopping or customer !eras.
3604 ends 267-2S21. iNafu. $800 down, month includes all. Balance dock sad aea wall. bedroom. 1H beth $600 down, Call 287-3724. lrad.l. CO. Write Box AlStirAdvocate
$112 monthly. Call 2VJ.3069. 15200. 267-582L Phone for appointment 28T- $87 monthly Includes an, 287- 267.2061
2328. Centbwed On Next ,
TO BE moved 2 bedroom -'--
Acreage, East aide US No. 1 kept 2 bedroom, 2 bath borne,
white frame home in good
and Rlchey Rd. 3 milea! north
condition.. Call 2878726. 208 Alhambra Street, 267-5658. .
of Minis. 175' z 600 cleared. -
High and dry. Will let go for !
$11,900, $2000 down. Lee Go- wr
wan, Owner 267-3687

approximately S acres. Zoned f
for builneit, adjoining Drive .
in movie, Edgewater, FlorIda
North of Tituaville Make
offer. Inquire Box 197, '. 4 .
Scottumoor, Florida. 1
7 JiEj + .
-. '
4 LARGE bedrooms forced air \
all GE equipment. FilA $10,. ;: >
700 $600 down. 2673564. ; ,.. .. .
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OPEN HOUSE 1 9 t ';;t.
To t .
SAT. and SUN. "t., \ h, j

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1-5 p.m. .
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116 Thornton Ave. Convenient Modml1 vinga.a.e..A

Whispering Hills, beautiful 3 .... ...... .. *4.. fire. I
bedroom. 2 bath, family I t I. ..4 \ :
.r Happiness
room, huge utility room, 4I w .
.. ,.. 5..4. .
double carporte. airconditloning Fdl..rw rw.a.MNMl I.& a v t. .6 : .
drapei, cllehwasher, sal Awes.. tnr.w '
yard.pump and Thif well house for will lovely be e._11, M. 1..86errs- tw.r.4 r. kN"C h' ;L.' .

old at a sacrifice price. ':o a.ir" r a +.,, a IMW 6w i11M rere4Yo .., ..;).. ...:.,
This must be seen to be sr -
appreciated. goftir ll unIr.gM.NMYJ
Arthur S. GriffithReg. ..JM.W..o.TITUSVILLt Mrarnr7+.e.. -r t.. I 41))

Real Estate Broker OR D t r
2502 S. Hopkins Ave.


For a DEAL

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8 i \ DUFFY! More '' '"' .

115 ACRES ,.,.,. Than \. .

ACRESNo ed North .. MimI, An IxeelI .
I lent Buy. \" i
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qualifying-New 4 bedroom A Home -
2 bath Sell Price $17.300: '
Down payment $800. Monthly 27 ACRES O.k HOI "
$127 1 including prln ;..x -
payment, and inurance. : Section (I acres set In 3 yr. ... .. .
clpal interest, taxes J-. ,.
./ lid freve) Ixcellent Bwy.o In Beautiful] -- '-." .- .. _: =

New S bedroom, Mi. bath
Sell price $14900 Down 10 ACRES .Meted West
: :
ment $450. l
$111 including princfpal, interest of Mem LAKEVIEW HILLS
taxes and Insurance

New S bedroom. 2 bath Sell O 20 ACRES *
price 18000. Down payment High I Full and complete membership In Lakeriew Hill Private Beautiful 3.. bedroom 2 bath homos with encloed gar
$600. Monthly payment $U9 All Uiuible Frentiie en 2 Ceunty Marina and Beach Club. ages artistically deelgned In $15.500 to $25,000 rup. .
including principal interest, Reidi.
taxes and Insurance. To Lakerlew homo buyer Exclusive and only homes on Only community of home !In South Lako area with full
New 3 bedroom 2 bath Conventional EXCELLENT U.S. 1 FRONTAGE a) Lakedde, with acca to and uao of Bead and Marina. FHA and VA approval also conventional financing.It .
financing $17,050:
Down payment $950.: Large living SEVERAL PRODUCING ORANOB Marina and Beach now being filled with aand to make thla Brand new homes now in the process of being built, will
room, turquoise kitchen, lakefront on* of Iho most attractive In Central Florida be ready for your inspection soon.
fireplace. GROVES .

Commercial sites on US No. 1 MUCH MORE TOO. AT
and Garden Street from $5,000to
$73,000. Pre SPECIALBE
Call DUFFY'S REAL ESTATECorner Opening

I J, W. CHILDRE Realty U S. No. 1 and Hwy 46-Mims

t 267.5563 PHONE-AM 70821FOKGEE1MMLUE '" BE

"Service Beyond the Contract" restricted lots, now available for the
custom built homo of pal'TO

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PLACE YOUR You may select your lot present your plans and specifications for a

cost estimate of your finished home, which Includes landscaping.

wood Plans will be submitted to FHA or VA for appraisal and loan Insurance

HOME WHERE YOU commitment If commitment and terms are satUfactory to yew work

will begin immediately' and be completed within 10 days.
.... $ sr
You now can purchase a custom
built home for aa little as $500
A KING! down payments of lees than SI00
i per month which include princi WE
pal. Interest taxes and Insurance.
FROM _ _

8 5 WEST GARDEN STREET-TITUSVILLE MODELS If you plan to buy and build be sure to see this exciting area for 'your' TO SERVE YOU.

IDEAL HOME LOCATION IN NORTH BREVARD'S 2-3ind4 custom built Ii.....
moments from
IncludinguthbLaket na di11Justonly
.,.., nl.! short drive to Developers and Builders
downtown Titusville shopping or to U.S. 1 and NASA ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Causeway. JEM BUILDERS, INC. W. B. Axelrod Pres.

t See our newest concept in luxury living, EXCLUSIVE SALES AGENT
in hornet "value packed with features,. PRINTwoon
yet every home it moderately priced! ESTATIS STOP BY OUR

ftfwjto's URGES QUALITY HOME BU/IDIKS +/ Washington Arc. AM 7-3858

PHONE: AM 7.7142 or NE 6.8385 .

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CTHftHMa front preceding
Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate WantedMODERN
Real Estate Real Estate
'. Real' Estate I If you have real I
rIOUStS POfc'ULI HOUSES FO* SALE HOUSES FOR SAJtl over ISttO square feet \Minimum estate to sell or if
N' lot Powell KSC ,
HOMES TWO BEDROOM old C.B. house, 3 better home. Models a\ail-I or lease, 4 bedrooms Immediately, 1 baths. 853-3S68 1.3 Bedroom, I bath, Florida you are looking for
Indian .
years on River able for Immediate occu Cal SLOTS. by owner, two 80 central
2074683.WHISPERING room and air
Ceramic tile bath, modern pancy. Drive out to Key Largo 110 each 1 corner lot 90 Services
Nothin ]Dovik: See,Us To. kitchen, fireplace, screened I. in Imperial Estates and LAKES. 3 bedroom x 110, $1879. On paved street, U,900 Acre and Terms lfliol. Total. price choice real estate,
day. TitusviHe'i' fat Home patio, utility room. Fully see our H brick or full brick m tiled bath FHA Dixie Village at end of Delaware SETTLE'S ROOFING, Complete 2. Two FHA homes .
..Vijlue and 4 Bedroom*, 2 tarnished even to TV Boathouse designs. Prices atart at IS.KM). valuation S1WOO. $490 down Avenue. 26f-M48. Roofing and Remodeling construction In now Port under St. use our classified
with electric hoist As low as $500 down. Call 2872417 Service low Pine Street
Full Bath Homes with Garages fiberglass 17' boat, 55 HP. Manuel Builders at 367.MM BEAUTIFUL WOODED lot, 100x Phone 26T34M.Continued John $1500000 each.: columns.
;; motor like new. )pent of fish or Allen Realty at O6-3V90 FOR SAL.i OR HINT 143, $ 5OO. Pine Street, IRC. -----.-- Model Can Be Seen
ing. Will finance, 734-0367, I W. J. smith, Realtor, phone ( on next page) Completely different homes
SU".NQW near Edgewater. Cocoa.WHISPERING ,,2 BEDROOM house, built.In 267-3511. from present builders In
WILL TRADE CUTE COZY AND VACANT range and oven, on Garden NICE BUILDING lot, 121 front 1 Several lots available, we
MOVE RIGHT IN HILLS I Street.$10,000. $85 Immediate month rent occupant or ate, 110 depth, with fruit DRILLINGDeep will build to suit your home This Stands
r'at" Cdlonffl Heights Owner wants I. quick sale, 2677408.INCOMB trees. Clone to schools 729U3. er Shallow need. Call Today.
Hopkins Ave South carpeted living HOWARD JARVIS For Quality
room and dining area, extranice PROPIRTY I 267-2039
267-8641 H. Pt. La.
formica kitchen, with
Builders Closeout MODERN DUPLEX and single I hdl.. 1119. ('117, $'t.rld.
the bmlt-ms 3 aired .
MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into 2. bedrooms, with big closets. Furnished Model 3 Bed. house. Priced right for i MOTEL, < UNITS on busy U.S. 4,1.0103 .I C1A110E
tale. Ideal for retired 1, $10,000 cash down, ---- ------ yya
3, or 4 bedroom homes, brand One and W baths, attached rooms 2 Baths, Family Room prompt I l $200 *
new In area of much higher i carporte good fishing in the with )Fireplace, 2 Car Garage couple. Inspect, 13 S. Will- monthly., Lot 80 x 200. Phone267M91.
priced homes. Small down back yard. Big lot, one'side Air Conditioning Beautifully lams _.
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payment and only $85 month chain link fence full price landscaped corner: lot Includ -- ------ ACREAGE FOR SALE
ly total payment VA no down only $13.250, only $1650 down ing Carpeting, Dupes, and
payment BRENTWOOD ES. payment, $77 monthly Owner other Extras.
TATES, west Garden St.. will finance. Danenburg ROCKET MOTORS xti
on help $23,000.00 LAKE and highway frontage Heltons: area approx, I ercas
AM 7-7142 or 632 5655. Realty, 267-3858. 2W>0' on Spring fed lake and ISIS fact on highway 33
LAST ONE acrea choice J43ooo with term.
a ii s I 2 WASHINGTON AVE. 4) 267-3884 This is the official Seal
Recently completed: : S Bed. CHOICE acreage.: close In small and large $!(M of the
National Association
ViE'R SURE rooms, 3 Baths, Family Kitchen, per acre and up some with good discount for cash
; Large Walk In Closets, SeperateStorage CARS AT WHOLESALEOR of Home Builders.
: and Laundry Room, 2 APPROX. 1,330,acres between New Smyrna Beach and Only members of the
Car Garage Fully Landscapedon the Cape Indian River frontage (400 ) more than National Association
Corner Lot -Reduced Hi mile of U. S. 1 frontage lets than $703 per acre and.
average. local association are allowed
$20,900.00BUILD1NO to this
Other choice highway Indian River, and railroad front. display
: : NOW NOW age lands available for reasonable price seal:

.I( o GOLF ROYAL AND COUNTRY OAK CLUB $$695 J. 0. SHINHOISER JR. Realtor Alexander Company Construction

.. _) Iw N 3 and 4 Bedrooms from $19,900 59 MERCURY DR $ 895 firoyhill Development

% NORTHWOOD BUILDERS. INC. IJOl N. Peninsular, Phone CA 8-1141
PHONE 267-4831 ANYTIME P. O Box 472 Chlldre Homes Inc.
.. y oM I $$1495 New Smyrna Beach, Florida Cowart
Carter Inc.
/",,; INDIAN RIVER CITY 1010 59 CAD. c P DVJLL' $$1195 ,
Milton Street, 3 bedroom, 2 Cozart Const Company
.. bath, central: heat and air.
conditioning Built.In stove Fisher Construction Co.
;, O a $ and oven, $96 monthly equity 60 COMET WAGON $1095 Futch
.. sale, phone 2676229. "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service Construction Co.

4w $100 DOWN, low monthly payments John Beach

1 {ATE /tYXELS] NN masonry, 3 homes.and 2 Luschrn bedroom, 62VW$1495 $$1195 Ali- &- u Louis & Brown, Inc

Realtor, P. O. Box 1804, Or. t Justice Homes, Inc

m li .. lando, phone 424-4140. V Northwood Builders Inc
M J AT i ALLENDALE baths, 70' !:x. 3 100'bedrooms corner, lot 1H 62 CHEV. ,IMPALA CPl. $1995 $$1695 /OIIwtA' AM Tdgha,. Penzlner Bros.
N New. $11,500.2.bedroom Robert Evans

FANTASTIC x 125', $8500.home corner lot 80'' 58 CAD. ,.D H- $ 995 $695 ATTENTION NEWCOMERS Tiffany Ronald Moretto Builder, Inc.

I : bedroom business zone, 2. It you are considering purchasing a home in North James 'nImbleWilliam

baths 50' x 100'. Furnished ,' Brevard, why not save time and money by havingone Everman

320$11,000 N.,Orange Unfurnished, Nv\ Smyrna 10000. 61 RAMBLER. .. $095 $895 of our trained professional sales staff conduct Wingate Homes

e4 Beach, Fla. Owner GA 86930. your family on a complete tour of our area? We -- -. -- .. .
SAVINGS have homes In every price range in nearly every

e : 62 PONT. $2595 $$2195 section of town. Financing to suit your budget la SPECIALTHIS
G. '. LOADED also available. Occasionally we have an excellent


, *'*;jey .*straight drive, whit with red trim, radio f f. fflr 59 PONT. HARDTOP $1095 $895 1?)UII.eOIUClCUJ & H/inlltadt .9nc. 4 BEDROOM BRICK,I bath,

t h*.tr. Good w/w tires a good car, real sharp y I J/J ** Air conditioning and central : .
INTEGRITY heatlnf. Extra large,
62 T BIRD $$2395 REALTORS -1NSURORS colorful: breakfast bar In
COHV.. $2795 Dial AM 7.2011 Day, Night or Holiday the streamlined built In

r rcenHEVROLET: '/ TON PICKUP]:; garage.kitchen.Beautiful Double well.l.nd.eneliwod

-- -- svaped lot. Good. locationIn
White 4 with RAH, extra good whit wails C H Qfo.Th e1 11 1h" rti a s- lr A $'Fir nice residential area A

cidan.at'62 pickup w* have sn sine '62 y I I7J home you will be proud to
I oM own Let ill show you
t '"

I "1960 CHEVROLET BEIAIR 4 DOOR to ,. New room 4 bedroom with fireplace.Nice family Cen'tral .

This ia the official eal"0f heating and air con.:
** f cyT. power glide radio and heater N the National Association of .4Altention Builders dltlonln,. The ipacloui
I walls Turquoise A white, good transpertation$1095 I Real Estate Board. Only n. kitchen. la equipped with
members of the Aiaoclatlon' built In refrigeratorand
__ N may display I this teal. And \ rlnt. The Urge
I [ only these who display this home :uahi been look'
I 1961 FORD FALCON RANCHERO seal may call themselves log for.HOME ,
Rtdtera. l} Lois Are Now Available in

.r... Whit, -,"wltKttd trim, radio'I, heater, good C1AQC George M. Barley, Jr., family TOO? Let SMALL ui arrange for your a

I whit walls. A sharp little pickup . .. ylU/J ** M trade-In for your home on
J. W. Childre, Realtor a large new modern 4 bed
, ,. Danenburg'a Beach yr, room. 2 bath home with
N family room. See or call ua
C 1959 POHIIAC CATALINA 4 DOOR Realty Duffy's Real EitateBryanConway LANTERN A. PARK at om e.

ptVl & LOOK Woo DOWN, on thli
". auto trans, power storing, RAH, good whit f OQC Wlnstead, Inc 4 bedroom, :2 bath, modern

.* walls.' Runs and. drives extra good I red buy yO/ -t Campbell Associates, "Titusville's Newest Subdivision" home Double, rarpnrte Central Kxcrllent;heating

''; ; Inc location rilA financing.
:... : OPEN 8 'TIL 81! Edwarda Realty { LANTERN PARK Cheaper "than paying rent.
<18< 3 r, N Ed Kittles Agency "
: ,ts.\ HOME!: with approximately
: qUJ Jaulk Chevrolet. L. B. Newman, t 1 acre Boating cltrui trees

Realtor SUBDIVISION and lovely ah ad a trees,
EXCLUSIVE: Price reduced Shown by
'4e USED CAR DEPARTMENT Donn Searle Realtors
oM Stoner Realty DESIGNED TO BE ONE OF appointment.
1026 S..J HOPKINS AVENUE PHONE 2J7-UJ4 Sydney Schwartz I
.the W. J. Smith Shopping Center. 3 Bedroom .
t t t st t t t t t ? 1 Bath
DEVELOPMENTS maionryBearing
QUANTITY PURCHASES OF citrus trees on lot
t Only tit.sop

: j It :3 bath masonry with
.IIIIGI central heating and air
conditioning/ on I Acre Ira I' I Double carporte A win-
a) .* fed wMtStravta. .1.,4 a) Unique and b..ufrful liKUted Garage derful suburban location
Entrance wry with city convenience and
N. City Taxes
/ of Prlr..d.t
's Water and Mwtri a) L..sly Rolling Walkway, 113300. with apace ftOUO down
large wa.d.lNe
63 Olds. 2 dr.. 61 Buick Natural Caa Minimum the Home Uil Quick poo.Mlnn.I .

hardtop, .., 2595' Invlcta, 4 dr. h.,.. quare face, '" Acres : BEDROOM COTTAGE torir
log and ew.It.: rt- top, power I lot with paved street
die en4 A brakes. air.t..r"$1795 moo Cult
t> toning. .lea. CHOOSE YOUR LOTS NOW
62,'Rambler.JmttModor dows ,11II.... .. 10 TRACT Shot)
per acre fronting county:
.; 4' tI,. i .y road sear lake
das V-8 auto)rtnt. 61 Dodge
.red I. A. hotter powr 1495 Lancor/4 dr. sodan, $ while SELECTION is COMPLETE fRONTAGE PARK AVE
steering,.whitewalls aunt trans, radio A. 995 : NUE.Maaonable.t comer. Iraet Priced
e hotter, whWo walla. I -

62 Volvo I NICE: LOTS, toned for Du
'f tnoddylNilitslt'a.X1595 I,nradlsibnahrX895 i DIRECTIONSDey.lopment LOT.: WHISPERING( HILLS,
i die heater ...... LANTERN HILLS I adjoining lot*. Suitable location
for nice home PrU

61 Olds. 57 Pontiac Corp. Drive wttf on Garden .,. to Carpenter reduced for quick ale

I Rood, turn north(or a... and SEE OR CALL - -
4 dr. hardtop, powor 1695 4 dr. ......, aut I + Phone
'"ftoorine! A. brakes, trans,radio A Mater 195 2610564hail miles to Lantorn Park.
r di. A Mater Spinal today i LAKIN REALTYV.

B E L T 0 N Pontiac Oldsmobile 1307. M. LsUn.Palmetto Reg Broker St

: 1311 fo. Hopkins 217-3211 (Near Pirtla Pius Shopping
Phone 2171429r1f4


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,.,. ,. Tltusvllle, (".r'eI.' ). Star-AoVecate Friday,October. M, TM4

I 1 -Looking For A Treat Instead Of A Trick? Use Classified Ads I I

(Continued from preceding page)I Used Cars & TrucksLET Want To Trade -
Work WantedWILL ;
ME sell automobile.
Services your
Browning Auto Salee, 405 GUNS 1-
Hopkins 2671580. 730 South Dixie DO ironing In my home
LIGHT HAULING evening and
pick up and delivery If
IF INTERESTED in a good pre
weekends. 2674746. I 1959 Chevy, call 267-2376. Old U. S. 1 1I erred 1080 Alford Street. GOING OUT
ELECTROLUXCORPORATION 60 DODGE AUTOMATIC power I Indian River City Lakcview Hills.
steering, power brakes,
factory-air, radio heater, 4 FOR
Brevard County's Only door. $800. 2675551. local Long Distance Movers ...
authorized factory branch. Wanted To Buy

Call 7235852DAVE'S Collect Melbourne MAPLE hutch. Early EARLY American American console Moving jBgjygjftJBM Packing BUSINESSI DEPENDABLE USED CARS

radio-atereo (Maple) Storage *|gjjffl llNltF Shipping I
TREE Service call 267-4972. I DETAILED & READY
T. E. Harrli at 2672312. FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341 I
FREE Auto Psrts. AM 73686. LOCAL AGENT *
INSTALLATIONISuburban apartment house. Govanles COLD FUR STORAGE1600 N. U.S.No. 1-CRATING
Propane Better Homes. Box 253 Cocoa PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE II NOW 1963 DODGE. 4 Door, Power-
Beach Phone 783.4123.
2019 U. S. 1 N. -ORIGINAL 2676411DRESSMAKING '--- : I ----.' --':--". -"---'----- .- 63 CHEVROLET $2195 $$1960 ranty Balance..of.. .50,000. ....mile. far.*S 1175
alter. StJ. Wagon, Radio and Hoator I I
styling expertly fitted
DODGE. 2 door 6
aUons 2673158.garments.for men's Lillien and women's Hudson, Chrysler's 1965 SIMCA only $9590 62 CHEVROLET Btlalr I 2 Dr. Auto Trans. $1695 $$1462 of linder 50.000 automatic warranty-.Balanc. ..I 650

Used Cars & Trucks f INCLUDES 62 CHEV. II NOVA $1595 1387 ,
$ 1963 VALIANT automatic
'61 FALCON good, condition, "TgggBta" EVERYTHING! 3t. Wag. Auto Tran Radio, Hitttr JOI with air ... .... ..51695
only $85 down 10 paymentsleft
:: License sales ,
tag tax 62 CADILLAC
Of $50. 2672154. __'"'" title) life ins., all fi.nance $3495 $$3180
1959 VOLKSWAGEN, Sun roof. dolly 2 Door, Full I Power, Fae. Air. Cond. 1962 PLYMOUTH Belvedere 13 95
$500, 2675127. 4 door,power, with air $
cry and handling. 63 FORD $2495
1954 CHEVROLET, new motor, $$2198 1964 FORD Galaxie radio &:
I 2 dr. Feat
good body, $273, 267.9559.I PAYMENTS R i H Heater. Auto. trans.
1954 STUDEBAKER station $58.94 60 CHEVROLET $1395 Cond.. whit. walls, Alr2895
I wagon, with Cadillac motor, $$1225 steering. Just one month '
cheap. call 2673930 after 8 FULL $$1595 PRICE alerts DEC. Impala 2 Dr. H.T. Auto Trans, RAH and only 1700 mUes |

pm.J963 VALIANT, V.200, with air, YEAR OR 50,000- __IUD DlALI 0 CHRYSLER. 62 Wagon CORVAIR, Straight Stick $1295 $$1015 1962 CORVAIR, Monza 900
Coupe 4 speed radio and.
radio and heater. $100 take
5 over p.m.payments. 267-8047 after MILE WARRANTY ARCO DODGE Inc. 60 IMPERIAL $1895 h.at.r .............. ...$12 95
Hopkini A Harrison Crown, 2 Dr. H.T., Full Pow.r
DODGE Ph. 2'7-4931
V.IpIIsener MORE THAN 33
power station steering wagon, radio many, heater extrss,, MillS PER GAL OPEN EVENINGS TILL' 60 CHEVROLET UH$1295 C097 1961 Cordlnl RENAULT. ................. 5695
excellent condition $975. 2676248. Blair 4 Dr., Auto Trans, jlQI

1957 FORD. pickup, will sell We're ALL New 62 CHEV., II NOVA $1695 tf40n 1959 Stick1959VOLKSWAGENN FORD. ..,..2.door....,,.6.......... s295
reasonable. 2502 South Hop Building Facilities Convert. Auto Trans, RAH y 14/U

'61 FALCON good condition, SHOWROOM SERVE 62 FALCON, $1295 $$1065 ...... 5795
only $85 down, 10 payments NEW OFFICES TO YOU Future Bucket Seats, RAH "
left of $50. 2672154.
$895 1956 PLYMOUTH, 2 door
WANT A NEW COME DOWN TO PLYMOUTH TOWN C.l.xio, 2 Dr. Auto. Tram. $$685 automatic V8FOR .u. '...... 245



.. A NEW Or. .... '
ST. 267.7042
used car stock Is low and we want to trade Hopkins At Harrison Titusville
i 267-2958 L PHONE 267.4931
After i p. M. -- _
or P.0. Box 1204,City. CO.
VERY RELIABLE South Hopkins 267.5391 I ( : I -I

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See One Of These Men All EXTRAS
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STAR. ADVOCA TE'5Crossvord

Ann Landersrm Puzzle come in for the first time; you're welcomeYou

may be bashful about going Into a nor talk about possible loan, or are just looking a-

bank for the fint time. Well, we art a company round. We'll be in the same boat with you -
Voting DutyDear LVent.TMlnn LAreilowed meat i vely small bank and we are not old enough to we are looking around for new friends, too.

"- a...Amebas 1 place Plunder 15.18. Skip Steal, l hive grown grumpy or bard-bearted, and wt are Most of our customers come, naturally, from

Ann Landers: I am class worries And now on to the India I.mistily at It 1 king for new customers, ao well be honestly neighborhoods close to the Indian River Plaza
10.Own colored fish atone,
neither a Republican nora everyday-type problems like 11.Wide 4.The rlM and on I 1 :;id to see you. Shopping Center up Route 1 or In from Route
Democrat I am an Independent the one that Mows:
Doctrine fall of Water 60 But come south from the southern
who voted for Eisenhower in Dear Ann Landers: The cur 1i.Ladle OOMJVal.Particle :i2. Sam.. many part

50 and Kennedy in 'M. At the rent crop of TV shows is enough U.Root of of neu (It! makes no difference whether you want tot of Tltusville, and some come from fairly far north,

moment 1 am disenchanted with to make a person sick. I dldn Indefinite the tare S.Taacer'nff.tlonfoU 13.35.Narrow Pinch .*.....,'. Aa..*r t k.l\t( : Mme) money for safekeeping, or want to 'cause the shopping and parking are so easy here

both candidates for the presl. think anything could be as baas <
article Inlet: real M
deny a steady diet of gangster 11.Turf T.A roano JT Enclosure 37 Relieve*

I've decided the best way to stuff, killing, cowboys, goo d JO Self ..Large. 21. Canuea0..Aatrlnfent INDIAN RIVER PLAZA

express my dissatisfaction is to guys and bad guys, but I do IL Chinee heavyhammer 30. Ooverlnf fruit brevard national bank

sit borne on election day and believe that what we have to noodle of teeth 42AnwUr I STATE ROAD SO

read a good book. My wife is a look at this season is worse 14. KerMObocur 11 support 31 Nonaenaet 43 Am. actor
Umber 33. Half
log Applaud 45. onto
strong party member but I'm I will use Thursday as my example siAputrrn

not saying which party she Is since that was yester- Small
strong for. She is presently day and I kept the set on all frog 1 -- -- --

working hard for a candidate on day in preparation for this letter SJ Bow u

whole she is not completely There were four shows U.Girls I Is THE THIN P WW DONT HAVE THE IMSrlTAWSWf THATS' WHAJ* WRONG*TTH

ly Her rationale Is this: which used as their format, W.name Sorrow ARE )CU LOCICINO AT TEACNIR *,WI KN3V WI rUVIN'T ADUITUFE...THERB AREN'T

'He is a second.rater, but the "School girls expecting babies" II Exclamation I I. n. THE ANSWERS IN TUB iAID IT WO*WD THE rftOBLKM CUT RlOHT/ ANY ANSWERS IN THE BACK

candidate: running against him I realize your column appears BACK OF TUB BOOK MAW?JVW* OtCAVTO ITS JU8TTOHRPUS LBARNn-' OFTHB BOOK
I Is a fifth.rater" all over the United States and It Make,u CO IfTniS

1 My wife insists it Is stupid toY TV programs vary according tettinrt t. ra

sit home on election day but she to city, but here is what we are .for Blejrcio two 1

I can't tell me why. I don't think getting in Grand Rapids, Michigan M A facial 1 61

J you can tell me either, but I'm :

r asking Isn't this the best way At noon, Love Of Life a M. 1M.nod a 1

to express dissatisfaction school girl is expecting a baby.At painful 1

BALLOT BOX BLUES J pm. General Hospital a apoU
&T.Boy1* '
Dear Box: Sitting it out on school girl is expecting a baby. Jacket V'Io Y .t

election day expresses nothing At 4 p.m. Secret Storm a school .(.AIwa,* 10fli

except a denial of your re- girl expecting a baby. After supper 4t. substance 0.a'
sponsibility as a citizen. need la
we get Peyton Place -
Someone is going to be elected and another school girl expecting oap-mak i "
whether vote not Ing:PLSOCuttlnf C t6FILLraICKAYSIw >- -v, RATZ/ DOT
you or Comment y /
a baby. please. *
fit PUT 1CU'Iti **** /VVAWD MAVt
Maybe you don the senor MRS. EM tDoII BOWLINS '
hots for either of the candidates Y DCM 4 NmcTH / 1 oEc-N PLAYING
Dear Mrs M: Complain to BALL USED TO C C7
but unless you've been the sponsor. :T SEEM HEAVY, I I' DOCTOR wm4
living in a cave these last six To solve some of the frustra- NOTICE Or BID SUESS Ito GG7TIN9

weeks surely you must have ions, disappointments and disillusionment uld bid. will b* rwlvd by USED TO rr I_
the Board of County CommlMlonra i
read and heard enough to makean of married life, ., Bnrard County. Florida, In WANTEDBy

Intelligent choice send for ANN LANDERS' booklet lb. Communion room court-
bout.. In Tltuivlll. Florida, up
How anyone can be undecided "What To Expect From until I:it o'clock A.M. November o 0
this time is beyond me Exercise Marriage enclosing with I, 1M4 fort Tltuivllle Jtyceei
JOOOOO 0.1.. more or loss, efnvular
: your' franchise, Buddy request 20 cents in coin and along tacolln* ef act IM
Young men of action to |loin
Boy! thin 100 ntaawDelivery
self add sued
re stamp to b* mad In 1000ftlloe and participate In our .r"..,.
Dear And Landers: The let long, addressed, stamped er moo lot to the
lutlon. 1I'M
County Commlnloniir Dli-
ter from the 48-year-old man envelope treat MklnUnano Barni The

who gave the widow a large Ann Landers will be glad to ucotuful blddtr to arran** loss,
with of und.rprouadMora0
diamond engagement ring help you with your problems. tanks already 10.t.d REWARD

brought back some unpleasant Send them to her in care of this ". at tb* MalnUnano -- -
Barn. Mowuful blddor to loll1Community
memories. Having been in the newspaper enclosing a stamped, furnish umwTb Participation
situation myself I can tell self-addressed envelope. Board ..*..,.... tb. M.bt : Development DOYOSSWOA 1.0.4012 I'0 KNOW 4tHraFUMR
to nct any and all bid. MalWIll1uCRf SW.'To ANmHEFll
you that people can be pretty IN RBi: BiUte ef aids to' b* marhtd Bid for Cemmunlly affilri LMVINOTa 101.055.4IBI .

mean. So please, Ann, don't be Arthur K. X. 10.", ale larellnYJOB R WICKHAM. > Social functions / oFpoca 1tIat4 aaa {
too critical of the engaged lady Ray known 10....Arthur Kdmuni: CHAIRMAN ?ABLY X1 YL 1 4 l NOCO.Ii a asRMATIIYINC.
i YvAH11D
BOARD Or COUNT 4F.llowhlpSFI'ndh'p
who kept her ring in the draw. JiOTIf TO CKKDITOai CUMMIIHONERSasavARD yea
All creditors ef the Mate of COUNTY' '
er Arthur B:. R. Jon**, do .*.d. *rirby FLORIDA VM YUM p
When I first appeared at work notified and required to Oct 2*. 10 (Frl )1M4JIM'S Athletic program 0'MY.
diamond file any claim or dmadr whichhtjr
wearing my 2 carat have aralat laid emu
meT 7-Service te humanityIf l
the office supervisor said, "Was ,Is lb. office of the County Judea >- t
of Bravard County Florida. In th. TV
that his first wife's ring I answered eourtbou at Tltunrlll. Florida, :z:
between the
Profeulonal' A Guaranteed are
"I really don't know Idldn.t within ale calendar month from you age ,
the dat. of the tint publication Service el of 21 and 34 and want t. FesQ
have the nerve to ask of this nolle. Kach claim or dos

him." Another cat announced, mind must b* In wrltlni and must BD RAJNISH, J47.MJ1 help yourself and others, z coo .ws..w.nanlmi ... gatAiiii*

"A perfect stone that size would soot late-ofneo the plo*ddr.or.* of raldcno tb. eHIm-and US M, IRC, 1 Block W ofI. don't mill' the chance te D:

cost a fortune Your ring probably ant and mutt be sworn to by the I. R. Plan STEP. AHIAD by joining the __
claimant, his went or his attorney &AI / UXXftTTHiaOOOI .uhwa LIKaA LoT Polly, THAT PUNCNIBpoRMYauarnl
has some flaws"N'hen or It will boom void aocordln > Jaycees.Meetings m 11Ma1tIDSlt.MIW0Ir/ afpP+TDAwY

the office nut declareda October* to Tib law. 1M4 R.preoontingMutual Q I ARd HAVING IN

real diamond could cut glass al Laura Augusta Bittet every Thuri. nightat > THAT MRDOATH!

and challenged me to prove my Laura.1.u..t& JI.ltei0..... 7.30, CIHitni Bank rlVVVV.VVV

ring was real by cutting her Executrix
mirror I decided to leave ./ John T. Baron
purse John T. Baron Attorney forEatcutrlx OF OMAHAANN L
the ring at home and wear it P O Box 12M, This ad compliment I ne
with the Tltuirlll. Florid Keel 'Insurance Agency AhItAT
weekends I sympathize
Oct._I.)*,_a._(O (Frl> 1M4_ SYLVISTBR e M7-M44
and I -
woman who wrote hope

"will too. BEEN

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Corps Of Engineers


Exceeds UF Goal Q


_,. The Corps of Engineers: divIsIon The! AMR-Corporate divisionnow OF NYLON CARPETTIME! OPT' S
of the 1964 United Fund has 76 per cent of its goalof
campaign became the third division $37,700, the Public Employee
to achieve over 160 per division has 39 per cent of its ,
cent of its goal goal of $3,000 and the NASA division Os4
The division reported $477 on has 81 per cent of its goalof
Monday to add to its previously $18,000. EVER HELD IN TITUSVILLEALL
collected 13,784 The total of $4,- The Corps of Engineers division .
260 is 106 per cent of the di Joins the Patrick: Air
vision's goal of 4000. Force Base division and the
i The Corps of Engineer's report Public School division in exceed.
is added to the AMR-Cor- ing their goal. FIRST QUALITY CARPETS BY TREND MILLS /
;orate division's report of 16- Patrick Air Force Base division
508, the Public Employee divis raised 22,787 or 114 per
ion's report of $784 and the cent of its goal of $20,000 and
NASA division report of $3257 the Public Schools division raised Here is a truly rare find in rich-textured carpeting which VALUES IN YEARS!
to bring the campaign total to $12,420 or 139 per tent of Its

$239,382, or 66 per cent of the goal of $8,900. wears as good as it looks. Come in and convince yourself -

Citizens For Goldwaler Hear Pick I your dream carpet from 1 18 I luscious decorator All 18 decorator colors fresh and brilliant. '

I Falacies Oi Fair Employment colors. All fresh, all perfect quality. All ready'tograce Nylon carpet r.qulresl.ss car than other carpets. ':

Nylon fibres back from footstep and furniture
carpet spring every
home with I I .
who has your lasting beauty. -I\ 4
The Citizens for Goldwater prentice gone throughfour t' mark.
Committee met last Thursday or more years of trainingto 9-w:
night for a discussion of the effects take his place among the
of the change in Russian skilled ranks must give way to Nylon carpet Is moth and vermin proof.
leadership and the effect of the a Negro who has been given "YOU STAND ON OUR REPUTATION" -
Fair Employment section: of the cursory and accelerated: trainIng Nylon carpet takes a heap of livm' without the slightest trace.
Civil Rights bill when it goes ; some journeymen must
Into law next July. step aside for a Negro regard.
In a talk on the Fair Employ. less of their length of serviceor
I ment section of the Civil Rights seniority.
Bill of 1964. Commander Stew "with the plan to place all I J
enson had this to say new hiring In the hands of the p 11s'!tl >Ej8 f tit L. 1! ref
"The Civil Rights Bill of 1964 tinted States EmploymentService
is the most Infamous piece of the Unions will be 100%/ CONTINUOUS
legislation; ever crammed down nothing more than an agency for ,
the throats of a free peo the collection of dues and a regIstry
ple. That portion of this bill is for complaints. The man
just and right I do not deny, or woman who is not a mem FILAMENT NYLON
but that the Bill in its entirety ber of a Union win not even
was designed and passed as a have the advantage of representation .
method of more complete control .
and will be moved or ONLY
of the minds and actions of displaced at the discretion of If you've always wanted the luxury of a, rich
American people is undeniable. bureaucratic underlings of the w k deep plush carpeting in your home but thought
"This bill has been enacted into US Employment Service. : ;, .. y it too extravagant, you're in for a surprise. The
law but the most objectionable tr of this thitk $ 8 8
"An Employer must observe ,vlf rC lush, appealing surface carpet is
portion of this bill the Fair this law as 'suitable 8 made of continuous filament, nylon, the fabulous
employment section was delib punish. w fiber that wears like, iron and ,is so easy' to care
la-r until after ments have been provided to enforce 3 PER '
erately delayed as 1
for. Choose from a superb range of soft-to-
the law" Who will be I
the election of 1964. This '
sec find the
vibrant, fashion-right colors You H one SYARDE:
able to change jobs or advanceIn
tion win become law in July of! that goes perfectly with, the decor you now have
their work: under this Iaw .
1965 and under its i
provisionsany I J or plan on creating, "
Will be
we free to seek better
firm hiring 23 or more persons Regular $S.9S
must hire a large percent. employment at our own discretion r v ,, .' -
age of Negroes, regardless of ? Will our every working H ;, ; '. NO MONEY DOWN
their competence or their affect move be controlled by Commissars I 't v TAKI MONTHS TO PAT
on a certain business. ? These are the questions
"Somewhere, a million or that must be answered and I
more white persons must be displaced these are the answers that I j .
to make room for t h I 11 most fear," Stevenson conclud i .'.
hiring. This Is the basest formof ed.
discrimination legal discrimination The Citizens Committee will
against employer or em. hold its last meeting this Thursday
ployee. night. All supporters of Sen.
I "This law will shake the Goldwater and all voters who
great Unions of this nation to seek the truth on the issues are
their very roots. Here the ap'urged to attend.

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