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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: November 2, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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i w.. .iSrlOaar nw...,. : Tomorrow Is the big day la
r.
Thief politics, and will climax some
I I of the hottest campaigns in election
( t ts history, Tomorrow will de-
+ f ido who will be elected ands
5
\ho will serve: from the White
\ l In CitySomewhere i House to the courthouse.With .
over 88,000 Brevard
'}''::'i: Countians registered to vote the
wagy largest voter turn out in history
"i there exists a thief is
expected at the 47 precincts m
'/. who cares naught for beautlfl- P the county.

.' 1.1 cation or city public relations. Of the most interest, county
wide, as well as over the nation
;' .'11 Yesterday afternoon duringthe '' of course Is the campaign(
professional grid bout between I between GOP conservative Sea

the Winter Park Parkers Barry Coldwater of Arizona

to and the Tampa All-Stars, In a and President Lyndon B.
Johnson, Democrat
'
for the benefit of Greater
game I
These two have rounded oat
? A *\ Pride, Inc., the cultural and the hardest hitting campaigns\

jg 7: .: beautification movement of the irIi In recent years, with each n-
Greater Titusville Chamber of sorting to name-calling and try.
Commerce made ;ing to associate each other with
off
someone
)
with the wallet of one Parker Ii underslrable Locally, the organizations.races of GOP

75 .41 player and the money of five Congressman Ed: Gurney, the

other players.According Incumbent, and his challenge
Democrat Tom Kenney, Is Of
to DeL Sgt. T o n y ; ; great Interest with Gurney
.( -
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Saldano of the Titusville Police seeming to have a slight edge
> !
.F.,
", Dept, during the second quarterof I over his opponent

",. "l' play, about S p.m., someone The U.S. Senate race between
H'
veteran Democrat
Sen.
I' entered the dressing room of the I ,q
Sprained L. Holland GOP candidate
t. ..
4. i' < Parkers and lifted the wallet of ,."j Claude Kirk Is judged to

., \. { Johnny McGee, a 195 pound I '.' 'i4 be a "shoo-In" for the Demo-

guard and ransacked the b II I. 7a* .. ( crat
/; : ; : folds of five others, taking the Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville -
.. .
a. J ,..__. ,. +Ytlw.' -" \ Is a M favorite over
a "'"f' ,.1., money and leaving the wallets.
GOP PlneUaa
., ,. :. .y4,"zf a.. ," ; t. About $39 was taken In all CAUSEWAY OPENED Friday the opening of the causeway "official". Rep. Charles Jlollt'yln County the State gov

": Sgt Saldano said the door was new NASA Causeway opened by Dr. Shown above are from left: Colonel ernor's race.

). .. '. 'i'll" evidently unlocked and the lockers Kurt H. Debus, Director of the Kennedy Campbell Colonel Bognulo, Debus The race between state senator
,..... open and the scene presented Space Center, NASA. He Is shown and Colonel Starnes.-S-A Photo. aspirants, Democrat J i m
'1.::;ok'.X an open invitation to as he cuts the ribbon making the I Dressier and GOP Virgil
., .. 1\ thief. Si'henck! will be a close one,
z 'H. .
J ; with Dressier probably having
f v lie also said, "I wish an edtfe. The two are Involved
could something ta In slander suit filed
\ c you say presently a ,
.". the about how the city Need Qf West ExtensionOf by Dressier
'. ., .., .r' .. ...\: t:... .,1.: paper over charges: by
r ,.'. "' ...., W "_''''' ''/' apologizes' : tlUm theftjJMsljj Schnnck that Dressier was hvdvotf >
entbr94'a"iitrlg"players ttMgr rE B la
an a "deal" tar bribe

r::.:. <,.... ... "'.-. ... ... ...........- ,""""""," y".,. ", ..'..". "NiIr..'f.iIf .. ... i came over here for a Scbttick out of the raC'cJim
benefit game and end up losing Prultt. Democratic incumbent
"I'D RATHER FIGHT1-So says five. Chris uncle is Congressman Joel money on the deaL" fur state representative II
year-old Chris Broyhill, son of Mr. Broyhill of Virginia, and Chris would NASA Causeway Cited considered a winner In his race
and Mrs. Herb Broyhill of Titusville. rather "fight than switch from Barry There is no lead on the thief with Republican Herschel Maya
From a long line of Republicans, Goldwater"-S-A Photo. u yet, but investigations are Democrat B1U Roundtree Is a
I continuing. slight favorite la the state representative
I y GIN llytbe/ text of this ceremony, One was He closed by staling 'one race against It W.

The Badge Causeway, the new the fact that the new causewaywill r does not usually relate a Journey Grady, as is Edna Carllla over
Citizens Dies Friday; four-laned causeway crossing Indian be known u the NASA to the moon I la terms of Gar Barbara Johnston for the
River south of Titusvllle. I office of of
Supervisor Registra
Cauieway. The second was the bridges, signs and roads. Yet we
was officially opened Friday. lion
Held Today Making the opening speech was fact that the portion of fnrnwr can all appreciate that such a Democratic candidate Ed Kitties -
Is J Dr. Kurt IL Debus, Director of state road AlA within the NASA facility as this causeway Is vi Is ahead percentagewiseover

the Kennedy Space Center, Installation, which crewel the lalI/) the Saturn V-Apollo program Republican Mel Tether lathe
| r NASA. NASA Rood at the Industrial to which the nation. U district 1
county commissioner
Tomorrow morning heralds an later purchased the I Dr. Debus said that the new Area, would be known as Kennedy committed. In that sense, the race
Important day in North Brevard: which has become a causeway provide a new arteryto Road In honor of the late road we are owning becomes! 1'urt Authority, District 1 race
1964 and the 30th in the downtown area.
election day President. John F. for
accommodate the Increasing Kennedy another step towards the planet finds Democratic Incumbent R.
of North Brevard'soldest Deposits on that first
anniversary flow of traffic to and from the whom the Cape and the Install A. cutter favored
over GOP Bill
financial institution, Citizens baled over $12,000. The
spaceport and the Cape. Also In Don were named by President Following Debus several park
nal officers were E. H.
Bank. craft, president; 0. D. ; the future it will provide access Lyndon B. Johnson. guests gave brief speeches and In Unmet I t county commission :
Citizens Bank opened its doors to the NASA Installation "I am confident that In t h e then the official rlMxm cutting Republican incumbent
vice president; ,
30 years ago in the building ten for' the who want near future the State will Dr.
ren E. Bowers, cashier. many people recognize was performed by Debus. Dick Muldrew ls highly favored
presently housing First Federal were five members of to visit the unique and historic the urgent need to providea After the ribbon cutting, the over Democrat Mike I>< Savings and Loan Associationof board of directors, only a t site.Debus connecting link) /to the w e o t gueMs, Including dignitaries In District I county commission
Titusville. At that time the which are still Being '',' also made two announcements which will tie In with Interstate from all of Brevard County and Dem. Guy Brewster .la running
bank building had housed the were W. C. KUngensmlth. which be said M and Route M," Debua con NASA, were taken to the 0 It C slightly under favored GOP
old Bank of Titusville which Ashcraft, 0. D. seemed to be fitting In the con tinued. Uulldtng for refreshments Milton McGrath for the seat held
the '
of business during
went out
"bust" of 192930. Daytona Beach n.V.C. by veteran Joe Wtckham.
financial and C. B. Davis, of In the hotly contested: Sheriff
For a few years, the citizens race, Incumbent COP Sheriff
Brevard were without On the fourth Seen
of North Barry Holding
Wilson Is
Leigh a slight fa
the services of a bank until Nov. the bank It paid its first I{ I vorite over Dem. Jim Drawdy.
3 MM, when E. H. Ashcraft dividend when the
John Turner Is
to
expected return
I
Titusville to establish stock owned by the '
came to to school board
the Citizens Bank. It was a modest tion Finance Corp. was post from.
District 4 COP Jeane
over Fisher
venture at first, capitalized re-Issued as common '
Slight Edge In State In
a tight race
at $25,000 with 48 residenuholding distributed among the ;
125 shares of common holders representing a
Finance cent stock dividendBy Fr1 M. Evtrrlft Where
stock and the Reconstruction;
toto&125 shares oi the close of the 21)I
preferred Corp.stock. It was entirelya the bank showed assets Eatontown New Jersey; two You
home-owned and managed institution. 728.83.In sisters, Mrs Helen MacNaugb-! ; Governor's Race Close Vote

The bank at first leas- 1M3, Mrs. Ashcraft ton of honeD, N. Y., and Mrs.
ed the building formerly owned : associated with the bank Mabel Dempsey of Newark, Nrtti revartf Pmlnct
by the Bank of Titusvllle and sociation which has N. J.; several! nieces and nephews I Two million Floridians will 1 1I ed to 7I.S pw cent in 1960./ I poll A mere 4 per cent are numbers and the telling laces
constantly through the living I In New York state. vote to the General Election I With Florida's cabinet of undecided, the Institute said. are DsM belew l M ftllmrst
In 1944 the bank I fleers campaigning actively' fur The president's three visits\ to Precinct 1 LaO,..,
Bart'1'Goldwater
Senator
LabelsRemarks $1 million mark and In Funeral services were held Tuesday giving President Johnson and comer I Florida have accounted for his ewmly cemednhw. 'Ice,
Wilson able to pay 300 per at the First Methodist Church a alight Johnson edge over furFlorida's vatlvcs facing the prospect of rapid Improvement and Gold- serif sUe. .. Arthur OvnaAlrpert. .,
President Lyndon
deed Increasing the at 3 p.m. today with Rev Ed \'otln,1or Goldwater, the national water's knees since August\ the .
votes,
electoral
Norman of the First Methodist! 14 1
I standard bearer of conservatism i Institute said it had determined
False from the original 2J.OOO predicts the Florida" Institute U I Precinct 1- A ft I TJMvllle -
Church and Rev Louis Black-
000. the total wits can be with Ha questions. Johnson's Chamber ef Cam
Public *
wen of Ormond Beach, former Opinion. expected/) Increase (he I'gains
I In 1949 Mr. Ashcraft : over came from the 20 percent mere '"'114""'" .
RidiculousSheriff away and Mrs. Ashcraft ly of TttusvUIe.. conducting the The Institute based Us prediction 1)60 percentage the Institute which were undecided I In Precinct 14 Seed. Lake,
ed the presidency of service.Casketbearers on three statewide surveysconducted pointed ofJohnson I July.Fkrkda'a sewer plane l en Carpenter M

S. "IL..on dw'J.es until she sold controlling were members since July Remits has Improved MsposMJoo set** U S. Senator PmliKt It Mime fire
Leigh of the opinion pods Indicate .
est to Kenneth D. public stall**
of the official board of the
made by I in n.c1da.. last
that the remarks 1952. that President Johnson has Speesard Holland should post a Prefect 8 Indian River'City. .
Max Bussard published in Star In December. 1955. the church: Ski Carraway, AlphonThreDuld. been gaining rapidly, and GoW- July when be was favored by landslide victory over political IRC civic center.
Advocate under date of Oct 2!. of the bank bad risen to : Henry Goethe. Charles and raw bas suffered small but ony 17 per cent of those esfres--I unknown! Claude Kirk, the gas Precinct 14 Scettinwer,
"seem to be politically motivated 105.48. Holey Robert Bright steady losses among Florida song an opMnn as compared pub ran IIfJf iftH. The Institute J.ns Orecery.... Sinks
and not only are untrue but sold Carl 'Ihrei eld. Honorary pallbearers voters. 43 per cent Gottwater; : with 30'' said M per ant of those questioned I''''''.
In 1956
Copeland aH members of
are ridiculous." vice were The prediction of a vote tUl'ltoat > per cent uakckied.Godwater about this race favored Precinct! U Se. THwsvUle" ,
tenet to a Interment
comptrollerof the Tttasvtne Rotary Club. I
Bussard, former IMiafld with M per cent t expressing .
is the bank for several was In the famBy plot of two mf bon is the largest was at hk peak In TUwvllle High" fym.PtKlnct
the Sheriffs Departmwt James B. Cooper who !tn Florida's history, indicating Flout M AogiMt with 91 percent I preference lot KIrk. Five M WMspwInf
embezzle In Oaklawa under the
runt sixucda,.. of president until I960 direction of Cemetery Smith Funeral !that a record wed be CfUbiWi- while Johnson bad only M per cent were undecided In thisrace Hills, WMsHfbif, Hills c...
UKtentwd- Jamia Bwgeteen of HumsOid ed by Florida voters.' la Ms per cent with U per rest .undecided. the bstttate said. tryChtt.RtsMMiH.
Wilson said -It IS due purchased cwrtrofflng : teal! pre-electtoa report the In The Institute said that its research In Delenpbe,, ..,
able that he may be pet<;fads and George Morgaa of town relatives attending mAsts said that the ervU rights Johnson now I III favored by 41 reveals that Florida's Mwtk .f (totoplneFtrt Rod, and
to the six charges be is aUtos I* president with Biegeteen: ; were a Die, Mrs. Donald Issue and sensational charges lathe percent 01lie/ voters with voters are becoming more selective If. JeIvI, vets In Pre
It Is my opinion that reserved, man of the board. L. Wtoe of A&any, N.Y., and a governor's race will bring Goldwater' approved by M per as Indicated by the recest chief J. Wlinams PeW. afMM I
statements should be the outcome I Last year, Jay L Kislak great aieee. Mrs. Pad A. Ie per cent of the state's voters cent of Florida voters. revealed faJiw by President JohnOuotiaoed reur CemmunMea PlrStatiea. : i.
however of,Us until triaL after (Continued Oa Page Brows of Daytona Bench to the polls Tuesday aa compar !the Iwumu's October ( Oa Pace 20) .



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Titusville (Florida) Stir-Advocatt NEW KIND OF BOOTLEGGING? HUDSON'SMULLET
BOB
Established 1S80Fubttabod Behind The Scenes I

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Mondays,
NEW; YORK with Haft New Times, Fatter Service
AI Wednesday, awl FridaysO" v ,a 1j, afd ween having inhered in the winter One out of every five people O

4n By Titiwville St.r-Advocate. Inc. w"1L hoBday season, retailers in the UMted States and Can WRAPPERIt
a across the Mtion are chorusing ada, is about to get the fastest
; sow At The Star-Advocale: Building a familiar refrain: "Ch ietmas insurance service he ever saw.
c1
11ON 1100 S. Hopkins A... will be Wager this year than The world's largest insurance
last. company Metropolitan Life, I

.' has Just Installed a nationwide Is highly possible that you BUI Lyerly and Curtis Barnesare
MEMBER: Florida Fresa Asa'n; National Editorial A. and In recent yean of rising incomes -
Associated Press. and computer communications s y stem haven't read Herb Daniels' pieceon telling this one: An advantage
rapidly expanding to assist the 44 million a "FootbaIllDiterate", whichwe of being bald is, when company
Hudson Pres. Mrs. Hazel S. Hudson, Vlce.-Prei. population Ms annual optimismof
H.
Henry pie it insures. peo-I edification in
comes
herewith reprint for your unexpectedly all
.
Robert H. Hudson Seel-Tmaa the retail merchants baa
Henry B. Hudson Publisher Robert a Hudson EditorDavid sort of been taken for granted.But The computer system, : you have to do is straighten

D Raymond MJT. S.Classified L. Adv.Mga.Mgr; in 1964 there will be two oped by Honeywell between Inc., will 900 "Every Autumn as the birds your tie.
Rutherford.
B. operate some
pPAY S extra shopping days to swell branch offices and and leaves fly, I become increasingly
"Second-Class Postage Paid atTttusTtUe, Florida the buying volume between Life's home In Metropolitan aware that the older Try this one out on the wife.
office New Yorkto
Thanksgiving and Dec. 24 when If hear the claim that .
Subscription Ratea: give "virtually 24-hour serv- you become the less you know. you women
Carrier Home Delivery1 Vr. $1.10 a Mo. ".00 S Mo. $2.25B1 w utt holiday gift-shopping normallyends. ice on requests for loans settlements What instills this sense of reality are smarter than men, ask
Mo. $3.50 $J 00 + her if she ever saw
Mall In Florida 1 $7.550. Ira and inquiries of all is football. Once a simple a man
Florida 1 Yr. MOo $4.00 -I $2 JO shirt that
buttons
Outside Predictions on the amount 'Of types," Metropolitan said. form of organized mayhem wearing a u
football is now a complexity of down the back. 1
sales gain generally from ,
range The records of those 44 mil
three to seven per cent. Someof lion policyholders are stored on experts, expertise and obscurity

the more optimistic retailers thousands of reels of magnetictype as confused and confusing as The word is out that native

EditorialsThe think the gain may be even which the Honeywell compute the Pentagon. women of Central Africa are

greater than seven per cent. can read at a rate of sev- "The big action in football is dismayed by the topless swimsuit -
One merchant pointed out that eral hundred records per sec not the play Itself but squads of fad In America. They're
Newt Note: General Accounting Office for the fall season so far the ond. Calls from any of Metropolitan specialists trotting on the fieldto afraid the National Geographic

has charged Area Redevelopment Ad. year-to-year Increase In business Life's branch offices are' relieve other squads of specialists. will stop sending photographers.The .
Price Of ; already has reached seven percent sent directly to the central com Every time the ball
Progress ministration with spending mOB,." I-. puter and are processed changes sides, the field looks

non-depressed Space-Age Attitudes between 4:30: p.m. and 7:30: the. like a mob scene at an airport Mowing poem submit-
areas ted by James Harris, and
I
next morning. The computer automatically when the Beatles to town.
come
r The price of progress is notably visible almost The fallout from Space includes looks up appropriate, which he found In the Coral Cables .

daily in many different forms in various sections of new consumer attitudesas policies, updates payments, "The star !is no longer a big- Times, written by Paul

the country. and sometimes is harshly exacting.We well as new consumer prod. checks loan balances or settlements muscled, dinosaur brained, Benzaquln, we think Is appropos,
ucts. Everybody from the toddler whatever triple threat Ail-American. It especially since the item was
is needed
-
here in North Brevard. richly enjoying the UndeGYum FuD's to the senior citizen has and then transmits clearances Is the referee. Between playshe discussed at school board meet-

many benefits of the Space program on Merritt Island been profoundly influenced in or other required informationback performs a ritual dance with ing recently.

not immune from some way by rocket countdownsand to toe complicated arm and hip wig
and Cape Kennedy are branch office for "Now I sit me down in school

this price as we are losing the use of the ocean some orbiting consumer satellites.industries And are next-day use.Science. gles. This ballet presumablyhas Where praying is against the
the same satisfying mean- '
beaches and access to the many good fishing holes benefiting from these new atti-- In the NewsA Ing to football initiates as the rule.
man-made membrane of Infiiiteslmally For this great nation, under
and wonderful hunting territory on the island. / tudes. thin rubber promises arm and finger movements of a God

For nationwide to make hula dancer have for Hawaiian Finds mention of Him I
example a open-heart surgery public
The Merritt Island area, now open only to badged
tourists. The hula I understand,
less
odd.
survey of consumer watch-buy expensive. The young researcher I
NASA employees, has offered first class recreationin ing habits indicates that the who developed the artificial but the referee well! Any prayer a class recites

many forms to not only local residents but also ,. average person has become membrane sees it alsoas "The language of the game I Now violates the Bill of Rights.

those from afar. It holds precious memories for untold I I more Interested in timekeeping an aid to man in living under has become as obscure as Old I'Anytime my head I bow
than ever before, according water and as material for suits Becomes a Federal matter now
thousands.A Wal, come next Tuesday nite Floorco people fer their new accuracy Saxon. Back when we played on
an' the whole show will be over. headquarters. Dawgone all to the Bulova Watch for astronauts to cool them off Clancy's vacant lot, a wingbackwas Teach us of stars or pole or

new era, from which Titusville has and will Hope all yew folks git out and them nice folks at Dow Chemical Company Inc. even as they perspire.In poppa's favorite chair, and equatorBut

continue to reap huge benefits, is in our midst While vote an' vote for the person yew an' now Bendix Corpora- For most men and women replacing today's expensive you dassent sit on it Now it is no mention of the Creator

we would trade places with no one. we w sorely honestly believe tew be the best shun an' maybe pretty soon Union styling is the most important heart-lung machinery the mem- a man or (I am never sure) a But tell of exports in r\ nr.urk
fer consideration when buying a brane would perform in certain maneuver similar to the and Sweden,
the job. Carbide with all these big develop-
miss our beaches and fishing and hunting paradise firms comln' tew TldyvUle may prestige watch, but timekeeping ways Just as a human heart .1 ment of rebel forces at the sec Yet not one word of what Eve

sacrificed to NASA as a launch area from whence Yew no, about tew thirds of be we ott tew be formin' a sym- accuracy now ranks close be- Undersea mining for cobalt, I ond battle of Bull Bun. did in Eden!

astronauts will travel to the moon and return. that yew hear about a person fony orkestry. Maybe we cood hind. And among men in their manganese, nickel and copper The law is specific, the law is
durin' is be a closer with "In the old days a T was what
a polltlckal campane fifties, timekeeping is may step precise
start with GRIPP MILLETS accuracy
Yes, the true price of progress is exacting jlst sew much hogwash enny- COON HOLLER CONCERT almost as important as the styling launching of a new deep-diving Aunt Minnie had on the third Praying out loud is no longer

but nothing must stand In its path even though it how They cant all be as bad BAND. Old Gripp plays a mean I and appearance of a watch. laboratory for exploration of the Wednesday of every month for nice.

hurts to see custom and useage fade into history in as there made out tew be er To the watch industry, and ocean's floor at 17,000-foot her tatting society. Then a football Praying aloud in a public hall e
this country wood have gone tew horn.Wal depths and for periods of 7: team had two guards, tack- Upsets believers In nothing at
and time.
the inevitable march of progress that there new Highway especially to Bulova, this new
the dawgs long ago. Ii hours at a time. les, ends and halfbacks and all. .
1-95 is sure a Space Age consumer attitude to-
gonna open up The new vessel also may be one quarterback, center, and In silence alone we'can meditate .
Speakln of dawgs, whatever world of new subdivisions an' ward time means business. Bui- C
useful in oil fullback. Now the field is litter
happened tew the idee of hav- commercial centers around Tl- ova's Accutron electronic timepiece drilling operationsand
for the of ed with specialists third-class If God should the credit
In'a dawg pound in North Brevard dyvllle. Maybe it'll help releeve I comes with a guaranteed salvaging sunken get -
Vole! It's Your
Duty craft So you think a second such as loose-ends, tlght-e n d s, great!
? We've got dern near as the traffick problem when its accuracy of 99.9977 per cent,
is one-sixtieth split-ends and little This rule however has
of minute nasty
a ? quar- a gimmick -
many dawgs in TldyvUle now as finished. Its giltin' sew now which means it will not gain or
Maybe, but the International Bureau terback sneaks Tom Rover in It
I ;
we have pcepul an' plenty of come evenln' a feller cant hardly lose more than one minute per
Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Public, address Every- of Weights and Measures would not approve. You've got to be finished in less
; 'em is jlst strays. First thing I git nowhere in his horseless month on your wrist and hereIn
where, U.S.A.., 'will Journey to the polls tomorrow yew no, Old TldyvUle will be carriage.I America it is outselling a I 11 wants the measure of a secondto "Anyway, I no longer under- than a minute.So .
be 1,192,031,770 of all I ask is a minute of quiet
and elect* President and Vice-President to serve the an' cant I talkin' to Hank : other watches cycles a
a goln'; tew dawgs we waz Epanky prestige two-to- cesium atom. No and no stand football, nor I believe do If I feel like praying,. then
them for the next four years, also officials at various have that. I tother day (he runs the Coo n one .it* less. mores most of the onlookers. To most 111 trylt.

state and county levels. Wal, they got the new NASA Holler Shoe Shlnln' Parlor) and ( of us a loose-end' Is what we If not, 0 Lord this plea I make:
Causeway offlshully dedycated Hank says, "Fud, Cuzzin' Ray Thing t* ClintWorld's have been at most of our lives.
Should I die in school, soul
The Presidential campaign, ai it has been waged, Friday afternoon!:-jin* if they: Winstead told me that if his Poppy SalcSupported first fiberglass bicy As for a split-end, when that please take. my ,
has left much to be desired as both political parties build that there audytorlum fer Jokes waz as bad as that last cle. Body frame cannot rust, happened on Clancy's lot the

have resorted to character assassination, smear and tourists tew visit Merritt Island one yew had in yer Colyum that, corrode or discolor and is virtually victim wrapped a sweater
like they say there gonna Tidy-I by golly, heed leave town." indestructible New 8- around his derriere and ran
wild charges in their quest for the popular vote. villa\ will be bustin' at the seams Sew long, Ray weer gonna incb wrench adjusts instantly to home to have his pants sewn 'TIs said that the biggest trots
While a campaign conducted at this level has a like Old Fud gittin' in his last miss yew Old Buddy. sizes up to 1 Inch and locks in up. ble with political promisesis

I tendency! to reflect on the high 'office which is at rears pants. Be secln' y'all :Mayor William Walker today place for use Adjustablesteel "Like so much of life, football that they go In one year and
safety stop for desk or bu- out the other.
them his whole hearted
Congratulashuns tew Unkle Fud gave sup-
stake, it in no wise lessens the duties and responsibilities reau drawers. Permits drawerto has taken on a computerized -
port to the Veterans of Foreign '
the Chief Executive must assume and per- be fully opened and stop pivots assembly line character,
Wars Buddy Poppy Campaign,
I' and not all the pompon girls in
form beginning in January, 1969. "Is Your Healing Equipment I which will be held on Friday out of way to permit removal .- California can disguise the fact A lady says: "The averageman

Whether Johnson or Goldwater is elected, he and Saturday, Nov. 13 and 14. of drawer Electric hairbrush Anyone for a game of six-man is 36 around the chest 40
In: explaining his for that also is massager for around the waist 98 the
reasons around
will be the President of all those who did not touch football? That I comprehend ,
tired neck, shoulder, arm and
Good Shape"! Asks Fire Dept.a. I backing the Campaign Mayor ." golf course, and a nuisance
support him as well as of those who did. The cam- Walker stated: leg muscles. Electric motor vibrates around the house."

paign has been hot, almost to the point of being bit- "The wonderful things that round-end nylon bristlesto The card started off with the
The cold weather season Is Do know that portable
you give scalp a while
this will subside and the hatchets will the V F.W. is doing with the 1 massage words "The Boss"
but
againbe Big across
ter
almost upon us and the warmth heaters should new be filled you've brushing. Turned over, I
I' \proceeds from the annual Bud I the top and, under It, in the A guy told us the other day
buried shortly after the election. and radiance of heating appar- while burning or hot? Sale than the device becomes muscle massager -
dy Poppy more warrant
I that
be has
trouble
chain of command "Chief
were keeping a
Each citizen has of in the atus will soon be going "fullblast" : Smokeless broller-ro-
eligible a duty voting
a contrlbulon'Crom "
7. Is generous "I lost
your heating (ctlpment Yes Man", on down "Coffee secretary. the last one,
Presidential race, as well as in state and county approved by an Underwriter's I each member of this com tisserle that permits outdoor Break Director" and "Cigarette he said, "because we had so.
However comfortable heat- label? munity. cooking indoors. Tube type Machine and still further coffee breaks that she
races in which they likely have more personal interest Supt. many
I heat element reaches high
Ing Implements may be, nevertheless "The prompt help given to our "Rumor and Gossip Coordina- couldn't sleep nights."
and though many have expressed disgustover and The above enough temperature to chemically -
last year heating questions prepared disabled and needy veterans, tor", "Chief Clock Watch-,
the level of the national campaign, and doubtas cooking stoves were second on bv Inspector G&insley are the magnificent care given to change falling grease to eliminate "Personnel Vest Spy", "Chief

to the ability of either candidate we implore the list of fire causes, following to help you check your "heat- orphans and widows of our honored spatter. Heat also seals in Bottleneck", "Chief Supply My Neighbors

eligible voter to weigh the issues and platforms smoking and matches, which Ing habits", ad If any further I war dead, the fostering the Juices. Snltcner", "The Fair Haired!
every were again number one. Information Is needed he suggests true Americanism these are Bit O'Bvtlrmi Boy" and "Sojy'an* fo'low-
charges and counter charges- and exercise Titusville Fire Department you contact your heating some of the highly commendable : Appliance producers, completing bog up were "all tie rest of your

your sacred duty at the polls tomorrow. Inspector Herb Grtmsley has representative. The Fire Department things being done by the a record year in 1964 apple polishing associates" -

Voting is a privilege and a birthright here in the issued a questionnaire for Titus- according to the inSpector V.FW through our unselfUh confidently look forward to even who "wish you a happy birthday
will he happy to answer support of the Buddy Poppy higher sales in 1963, reflecting "
vine residents to answer. If the .
United States but it must not be taken lightly all answered In any further Inquiry into: Sale. new house-hold formations and

with it goes a duty and a responsibility not only to the questions affirmative are then residents heating hazards.Lellcrs. "When we buy our Buddy replacement demand Inter- The card was extremely clever

our fellow citizens but to generations of Americans, are safe, but each no would Poppies! on Nov. 13 and 14," state Commerce Commission and the cake delicious. Even
I the rendition of Birth.day"
continued Mayor Walker "Wo foresees bright future for rail- "Happy
and future. of fire hazard.
past mean a type
may give heartfelt thanks that road industry as equipment was well done, particularly
Voter apathy and neglect only aids government in The Questions follow: From In this small but important way, makers seek to meet special demands the Impromptu trio, who appeared -

becoming master rather than servant. Stand up and 1. Are you positive your heating we are able to acknowledge thati of shippers Three- at the front door unexpectedly -

be counted at your polling places on November 31! equipment Is in good: work- Our HeadersThanks i I everlasting debt of gratitude we year rise in consumer credit believed namely Tommy
Ing order? 'owe those courageous men who tapering off Steel Smith Jim Luce and Burl Ferguson -

t Has your system been I'were ready to give their lives consumption for 1965 may of United Fund. 1 told Harry I would come
serviced this year? that our nation might survive. i reach 82.8 million tons, a new You guessed It, someone was along and tell yon exactly

Rocket Draws Praise S. If you use portable heat- Editor Hundreds of thousands did give high Construction activity celebrating a birthday. The what's wrong with him to
:
Lag equipment, Is it located so !their lives and those men we. expected to continue at record writer was 39 again and enJoyed then'no.launder.ta dlnly ."

as curtains cannot blow over It Many thanks for publlsblng"Bobby" J cannot forget!" _._ high level in 1961 all of It

r The GT3 space vehicle which is scheduled to and catch fire? Hubinger's thoughtsand .
y.
4. Are you sure your portable this director (using the term y. eN
carry the first U S. two-man team in orbital flight,
equipment is not located whereit The "little actors mothers
possibly in February, has been described by Astronaut blocks aa exit loosely) appreciated your Interest

Virgil I. Grissom as the safest space-booster S. Does your heater sit levelon and support No Year's WaitFOR

yet produced. the floor, does it easily Up? Nan Wilson I

Major Grissom got a preview of the Gemini-

Titan rocket at the Martin Co. plant in Baltimorelast know that the ship they will venture forth in is the

week prior to a ceremony at which the rocket best and safest possible Q

was formally transferred to the Air Force and the True, the Russians successfully orbited three
This Rate
Space Agency, and apparently liked very much men recently but apparently their venture in space V Higher

what he saw. was cut short due to some difficulty, and too, we

He described it as the cleanest booster that has have no way of knowing how many lives have been
Savings left by the 10th of month from the
through all the tests and cleaner than sacrificed ia the Russian Fortun- any earn
gone any space program.
1st. Savings Insured up to $10,000 ($30,000 for a husband
flown todate, and expressed utmost confidence the ately we have lost none and every step in our apace & and wife) by FSUC, a permanent agency of the U. S.

rocket. He, as one of the two astronauts scheduled program will continue to be a cautious one of dedi- ",'4/ V0 Government

tot the flight, should know whereof he speaks as he cated scientists and men. This is the American

was the second U. S. astronaut to make a ballistic :

flight that on July 21, 1961. way.Let Russia boast of her reputed lead In the space I :First Federal SamnosLaaa

There is little doubt but what confidence, along race our scientists will write volumes on space Current Rat Dividend

with great skill and nerves of steel are necessary exploration to every chapter the Russians write and CompoundedStmlAnnuaUy ..114 A...clalo. of Tlluawili.Monday.

Ingredients of any astronaut blasting off into orbital history will attest the thoroughness and infallible
Downtown Office Branch Office
flight and no doubt the MaJor is a full-fledged faith and confidence exhibited in our every space Open 9 to 3 Daily Also 4 to 7 Friday Washington at Mala 14S N. CoqntaaP.

member of this rare breed, but it is encouraging to venture.



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TltvivHIt SferAdvoc.HMomUy

November 2. 1H4


Local PILLSBURY'S ...
Lawyers I1 ji0' neJ

Pillsbury SWEET or BUTTERMILK ,-

Serve On Real t&wtk :

BISCUITS

Estate PanelBrevard MARKRTS I Biscuits


County attorneys discussed ,, .I net vrr

methods of providing r.g. 5c
complete protection for their t can
clients In real estate transactions -
at a luncheon meeting
sponsored by Lawyers' Title' LIMIT 4 PLEASE
SHOPPING
Guaranty Fund on Oct. 28. WHERE
at the Rockledge Golf and '
Country Club.Panelists IS A PLEASURE! -

were Titusville
lawyers Max A. Brewer and
Thomas L. Henderson and Daniel
SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN GOV'TINSPECTED -
N. Meadows of Cocoa. Attending .,, t--,
from Orlando were 0. HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
\7"
.. ,
B. McEwan, The Fund's Trustee -
_ for the Ninth Judicial Circuit
Edward I. Lack, Fund's "StEAK SALE"SIRLOIN
attorney. Development Department
and Robert B. Bratzel,
Fund's Field Services Officer.
YOUR CHOICEBONE
Lawyers' Title Guaranty
Fund, which has its state head
quarters In Orlando, is Flo
rida's bar-related title assuring f drx.
organization through which
more than 3,000 Florida law. '
yers provide title protection for x Ib.HUNTS C
r 99
their clients. The Fund was
the first bar-related title assur'
ing organization in the countryand
several other states have ROUND (bontUis)
followed Florida's example.



Optimist Plans ProjectsThe Club CHUCK STEAKS lb.59C


Optimist Club of Titus-
ville, in session Wednesday
night, Oct. 28, discussed plans
for Youth Appreciation Week, YELLOW-CLING Swift' frtmium Sliced ,
Nov. ..15 and for the Christmas
Tree sales. HALVED DELICIOUS New England Loaf'39'Swilt'i ;:

On the club's calendar is a WASHDAY SPECIAL I
Premium Invntthwdfer w

board Nov. 3,meeting and Wednesday Tuesday, Nov.night 4,, Sandwich Chubs :;: 29 GIANT DETERGENT

is Ladies Night at the WhisperIng PEA C H E5
Hills Country Club, starting
promptly at 7:30: with fried a FAB
chicken on the menu.
Members are asked to notify .
Bill Bos, 267-3358, if you and

your wife plan to attend. 2 #.?nit 49c FLORIDA h gt. 39


Airman Phenicie CRAWFISH pkg.

Wins PromotionMliam

.
P Phenicie, son of LIMIT | PER CUSTOMER
1 t. m Lb
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gilbert of 7 9c WITH PURCHASES OF $) OR MORE
4225 Deauville St, TitusvUle, AVI. Le
has been promoted to airman
econd class In the U. S. Air down produce fane I
Force at McGuire AFB, N. J.
Airman Phenicie is a Jet aircraft FLORIDA GROWNAVOCADOS .
mechanic in a unit that
Household Bleach
supports the Military Air '
Transport Service mission of

military providing forces global and airlift equipment.of U. S LOROX . r l949c

The airman is a graduate of : : (Limit 1 phase with purchases .f $1 .r morel>; ..
Titusville High SchooLPrinting
ftrf Flavorful
I

Needs! each 19C SLICED BEETS can3: lOcI


See The Mumlmon'l TongyAPPLE

Star Advocate dairy >fecinls SAUCE 4 :size- s. $13Jt

-.1.1 C.. Oil PRICES EFFECTIVE

nun tNl.I.ORI'I rnn\r Margarine . .. .'.k'. 29 MONDAY, TUESDAY, Very line
ffaal.*4 propone le will b. received pVDJA '
by the Cltv of Tltuevllle for the WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ; 1 (D Prune Juice 1
... of 150 Jb..yHid.n etCblorin. ....t........ AaatadLrae1 r .. . . .
16..1M4. ror t.the October pedod 1. 11418.I'IDY.m.b.r nsp.clfled 3 h.1f 491' J, 4, 1964 'h, .. Chicken of Th. SM
below until Tueeday, Yogurt .......... ,I..te .__. "
November 10. 1M4. .:au ..mCaat- 3 $1
are Standard Time. D Chunk Tuna . . . . . cen,
SpeelficaUoaaChlorle..ball 6'

forte by the meet A.W.W.A..etwclflcatlonit Standard .. frozen foods 9 wont M.ue>n........ VOLOMI NO. 7 Undo B...'.
for Liquid Chlorine a per

"Tentitlv.directive B-801-M October Approved 11. 1161..mad a s.... Crap OrangeConcentrate.4 ti\li' t PARTY PIE BOOK D Wild Rice . . . . . . V65Uncl : -
ftlandtrd January M. 1M 0 In
All propoiale will ... studied for NM $1 VOLUME NO. IHAMBURCER
award at later data All bid 11Wl1 l on'Snew .
shall k. submitted In pealed envelope Crop Ores.* AND

,,and City nddrreied eball Hall.b*to Tltuevlll plainly the City marked. Manager Florida Concentrate 12.:.. 49' 20 VOLUME IINDER HOT DOG BOOK D Curry Rice . . . . ,V:39'UruU ;:

Keeled bid proposal for the our Ions
ell... of, Chlorine" to b* openedTueeday tot.....'. G..... Cke..... 79 39 '
10. 1M4 at
November ..I,, Only
190 pm Kailern Standard. Tim.. Cake 59' D White Beans . . . . . . 5C25'
The City rraervee th rlchl I* . . ,;::
and all bide
rapt or reject any -
and .. reerrvea the flab t*

rtadvenlM City Cleveland Manaier.Nov. for B.new T.lm.dii. bid.. IOO E FREE ]IOOI ;100 E"x.T'A uu1O0 ENJOY THE

t. Mo.) 19M J7/ Green Stamps M Green stamps
RICO TORN oC) .ini diHeeneei and eetrfeee.fi < > HAPPY DIFFERENCE
aonn M aincATEHc.lfd I fA !>*.MMIWI m4 5mdw.bDI !
propoeale of THuavlll will b* received for tbe WfSTf HARD 0* MIDIUM MACLEANS TOOTH
City
by till
... of *tt lb. net drum ol TOOTH IIUSHIS Ilse I9c
odium November"mutate It 1161 for to tbe October period 1.I'M. r:: ..rank tilt.69c r.:1 r.;:: m family "" "M : ;:
aa epedfled below, until 1 1Tu..y. 'Im wasp w. a tad J ( UBLIX
,m, lutera. November maadard 10. I*Time* at,l.N 000 o o "o 0000 29QQQQQQ 1
Specification*
miteat. te e* need for
the odium purpoa. of reducln c.rio iec !' 50 1O6Wia j4a'A.MS
ml lIAm IS 0J1l
I.net pipe fort ihall by the meet A.W.peclflotiea.W.A. Hand- 50 ,
and for. liQuid M1Appnv.d aodlum. ducats dlrctlv "- >o o J7// Green
B-* Green Stamps
Tenutlve-.uet I.. 1JM. made ......dh 49 Mal..*M>i..*4_*- I !
taaaard Januarv M > : di ab e.w.M !
:: ...
be for l Instant
i tw.id ITiTlaur dale Alt bide GLADE DEODORIZER' Moiwll HOUM 1 1a
In n eeeleil'nvelope ( erin* Pine..ntee .toeurii. rte>el teekeu
eubmltied .
10-. lor $1.49
I
I. tbs City re.. list S9c
;:: =, nddreaeed Hall TlluovlllerioTtda rt .arm ... -. d. LN
\ City .Mm W NOT. 4. lt4 a
I -and*..1...shill bid propoeal be plainlyVerted for. Eoo o o oocO !
I
.. Shiest.In
t.bo '...b. of Sodium _
.....04. Tdedav .081
III
...... 379'I
*:
J JO p 0.
10. IMi at
Tb.Standard City Time..-'rv".* ,... right WdlBotUled !50ml"W'AillSOI OIT : PLAZA
..... an6 i all
eno
red.t.1.II'.for elect...aew.... Ibe......right to rradv.rtim J1l Green Stamps Jil Green l f

... S. T.Raade.LTty ... .........
0.,1. I df w-.......... dal 5- !
1I..or South St.
I Nn. 1 iMea./ tM6.EOTICM TENDERLEAF INSTANT TEA DOW OVEN &
: TO C.IDITO. .Lrg. site 39cwe.m n,. cite I9c
Tae aid and.ell re*of.lred yen are to b.rnbT"???I rt i ..<. He. 4. IM4 rt: r::;:, ..... i/nd ItN : :: Titusville :,t ,'

,any... daune er either and of demand y.... _*which Nv.stairs ?OOOOOOOoOOOOOOOOO Y I,
of Mad *:
Tu..... the._..dale..... lalt L OUaw.Caeap .. I
MlebinsI. -
Grand Have
the hula "\ld'. *f 5T'r7
Ca.... fiawMa. erlthl.. atfirnt pompeian ideal I
.dar mallI frdw "" dais .
d t"lII peabw.dm !
u eeb.eadas MT* *demand M .tu a III r.0.barred.*. I.; .Each.ta.li ....... olive oil dog food I

j Mr *tWW d fir a B* 1J".a! 4 -- .. iL" .' ;....
2T 3 49 ::
i A Malar. BRKwm* B ec urcuorrow : ::: I ,
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j MOMjAtTD M. 50 iMae' -

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', bEducation Safety. I- j

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WIM ?Nna -

M1 NMlit Bveoatrr. Aion g the UaaatMiiJ. eM I,' i
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1 aaarlwre Molsua aI 4ataioalt .... LL
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l IIeMIIrs 9n ataM\ drs $ItI sIii. ( z

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Forty And ttjht ? nn ; Rtire ". w 1,1 m 101.. Ptk, flu: <'"' 71a r14tn.
Contributes l.-reel IQda th, pu. i iuirt hrIteaearotw
'
Salon ( '.7,)\ !. >,rv: 'i I I ? ;('inatiii in
Tt' Worthy Causeilufhi '.>f'0. UK Nation, afl" oIIIIteIJ:
( meeon i I" < hell '' t. I.I,.
b.uUfl; iii; t el< KmurnaauaUun : ,
Ifjuwdl.l.r\' to, U,> tourt.mnrar .. leader mpllet, "ttlc' 1
trend iii se.drat 1111-
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,
--4- i p dnrrn remit....." makes
ilI.wI d:! to> >>!lIlt: d hgHlMMS VUM > ,.
: : I' ; 1 II'1 irapcr NUCM MaaiarMup Fund: .
.... .
.... ton' or Atrttttd atraai
"
,UK <.>klK *UHW>I (F IUK1> Will ,
: i Ulan ncr' Mead these paths
,Vie/ NttUwaii Jell 181'' Huapiulvruw
that will beg tt(' Kditetii tall ,
U main "
wtyaatiuiUN < .' i nuder! eeotrol) tr 1 the yeasraahead i iI
law ij, Urgt awaUw' 0'' beucd "
'1IfW!; a....... war aut4orl .r I I :
at UM-' uMMi i\ ineeuniaeo- Mn Barbara B Matrteti of
iai tiwwU at UK /uwntu'Usgwn I Victala,1'ez...a Mat President
Ikwie tvM' Wi lint" b ,, r I FUet International .and a
1 1 t {
,Cell ,pUt tonMi| tnewdiniftew 1 member of the Xxeeattw CommlRee -
juruwft; vtea i/ tntIwrsatp ef lie Women's National :'
+ was W* Ot' nOUrge f I IM1 i Safety Conference aDd'Pilot's
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iiuu l tMIldOk' rise o : Executive D&teter, UiasIBicoardson WWa -
lr (.Uy) KMb4Ddf> a I !ranee'' of Macon. Qa.. wfllparticlpata i '
CELEBRA :Buddies Sandra Busuel l. J
J I'l FIRST 331HTHDAT pilu! are .n
from the Fun Myrhjfl te laalun / to the >Qucago meet- :
,
err eSy4' 'Meta Omicron Chapter of:Beta Sigma :Hleiiion Linda Ban and Cfans KtxKealj

191 ,r meTiic: Phi eaMnated tt'e lanai ,birthday :?e- -. fitaadmg saw MK. Tteapun, Bet.tr .'
rf * (wjvwUur ii jd in I ,reo member dab .(iSUot iatenu- ai UKtome of EWe Meagan m linns: 1'.umIUlon-ti11'1: Plw4e.I
,<*ntlUur } NwwM t61HJM .Jjjpl aid 'tionU one ef toe five ..internaI Seated from left opening then Beta!
,.'1 t\\,)' saiurw tlrw&uut the tIa I uona! clamtfOTl lernce oryanilattoni -
cmtdtuWp! J 0 total. ) of *W5ui it.: tnteeahre :tnmnes
,M.1I6 vrtiMUwr. bums. pJi* I and pretesMenal women There
,potrI.YlIII'I- loyt giiucioUi'' are more clan 400 FUet Otebs I
lug nod rowbcal.: nwv with awiroximateK' M.OOd mew
,At NafM'U' Jelwub- JJcaapttall Uf MflMBBB SPEAKS Mr, Rol Club!!; during then (U Ttrf.iuaial meetmr | ben n Uermula> Canada Itog I
nua'deawninaUu 4l) twrtttu- .. M. t Gutheee:. ,nationally *ccmliUrdJrfe the year Uiacussmp various plant land! Trance Japan and tar
'ton the Jught sad "Jwrtion $r. g ice i .,fudge for flower} shows and as are, :from kit Mrs Ctartos i\1a51H" I UfiUed Stat. The international
NdtiulIal'chapeaueasy.t / tledtcat- iwnU<*r slfttdte JKJor ide JFvderaUwi tlub preaictent .Aln Guthtie and Jttr.Uee iuMttqiunteffi office IB 01 llacen
,-Ml M UHte at .1 1MNlW) ,eaelt. r iIf Garden 'Ch16a;, poke of patio) plan- Gould.-Cartoon PiiolbSolden La
JWd eleven pww of 'quipiu .ranging ,frl lu ,,VW [to $loIIWeach /) r Ditlttrit Officers: 9 X N

'ID aid (Hwedrch, the ,Sight ,Newly formed 'Years Club: Jaycee Wives ,Meet Visit TrtusvWeTHtwvHte

lust Jorty' wilrtUuW\ I2.WX) to WMU Cir, > le -MeetGbe 1 Extends 'Welcome V.F.W ,Au ftlaryTltimllie
the fiatwnal; ,lewwli ,iluapital ''to liarmdsK No 11M
To New Members
br ,dwjdwd Dually/ .\belwwnttibwcttJwfis wwly iornwd night ,
and Mother ll.WK) v/ut gl\l4lfl1o the Urtptwt! Church, baa .11 U Jl Kjwt J-ttkwal) fee'visited bv their district lead I
Amenain Uegwn Jtold! Welfare II.MUW! tire JllatUttI"/ XJtrckMm ) of the WumaJ'Club- of Titufrvtlie -1 Atre Don Juiiw. wat aiipouit1 \ WewrestWW,
ouniUtwn and still aiwtlw ftDM .. )'tatiersudbar: i huilMud ,luc invites. ,All .men and! i 1 by >'esiU.ttt lire James
) w> the tatiunal luUttKUluHi I:have Ktrvvd JIJ ,tiiiwuunariw; : It wimitti ft)years of age or older ',].)Van U Jiandlc the sale of CODS liar ''Gamble of Orlando tin
UwxUUufl: AIM U.tfWl; wan, Nigwi 1!fur ,eight '>elCff> Their .to attend :the ni !elings of the'I' which .had lw no suww- inct 7 Commaraier will speak
pce onUx) 4o the Anlt1l'ltIfI.gJon 'iwiiie ..1 I1e JB :1'eltueaaee Golden 'lean 'Club up the 11111 in prevjuut yean Sln> Al 'to the .men and Mn Lillian
The circle at t the burnt of lead Sender Stuart. ,ahn ,of tirlandu will
met was appointed
A'hlldI.'el: l\'t! lllVlIIlUl'l /In dtlurd! Tbundays, 9 to 11 :W i ) ) [ I
uer:2vQvOChUdran; were W. t the ,ctuttr: Han, .Mrs \'II u"l 1 e '.m ,at the Wimwfl Nod' tiy !itte euliHis rover tile tutthin brourue\ A4W; rLakVllWt Ave tlopJuns Ave. Bale 10&Ie:& beld ume time .in and elections of officers for I ,
: ] :Ultng |' ..WJ76for:- 'Tiwwiiv, iChlM wort tt work I in i tlir 4&: tie A* this/ was the trat mwUng Gamaw .are enjoyed 1 P dtoU.e 'I Iloiwrt MuCunnoll! II dMra this mee'mgand mataliation -
parttnatile'wltete $ fir 411 .u> wwlKJUr jut dif tfjuHinewi was in oaths' ,js l served There are noduee AUred 14iudltt'! Ituataaaea I at ::ll>. jMumiberI I II .
A 1I11w.utt.. 1 htf \/rta ,wore heartf inns the or bylaws' Anyone! tlwairuig fur the ,evening, jnruvjUed an I meeting:, aewirdmc' the new I a -
tiP | liipt> 'If(1 r the foUuwing wmmittuas D vutiuoai further .infurtnaUuo may en y'uble prwcram trf gamesand I Bylaws ,of the national auxlhi1" I
INurieta d'u4arculusta\ -r-rlllmng aDd boclal ehaltnien..Jdrs: < U Mrs Cnutn :. d. ""'Ie-' mt'llllhm4fl1li.were i *' ; FEET!: ; j EET: O Mrs.abowec 'i be trae, ",* V) n Jj acE' cvr-: 1:1: ;n.

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:tl* past year, ,,\bringing; fJhUQL'ttP", )Butte pe Wayue ll1tlrllulIt: Tucker,, I lucky wmiien. were Alrt.; Don) ) and tire auxiliary will bt held 'I from various partb (rf the 1 5 during seed! mrWlment table are :''"''Ileft. J

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gram WAS .fUtHlHIWd" \ -U the f t .nurtb L.: 6 at TttuBvilie Garden Club 9Qrs "
411 IDWlOitmiwtrtl > b i p. :hire! Ibumw Milt' ) >' MK :Robert\ Mat DA- I Iua Highway 1. and "SVeckneBdey and 'TJSb .rorkLmL. Carl m1 Ph,:J. '
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fur olIn wad! lolluw-'| clU, uinmumlj'' Mutiiuttf Mrs :: At USFI'if neUund, Jftre: SuyHien; MmUmu will be precwtded t>y ji covered!
dmh Jimchtnra at :3 m, f
}1I111 ,1I1I11t1llt' and WiBWtiO Mu' .Mtilt1tlurf and guests prelllrrI p ,
ship lite k 40 *voi) jucludud4i -tfis Jttrevarfl County' atu
64jf'vloe- ikJ .Ve4rptrnjrarn. 9vn I : t hav'rnan.Jts JUvn iselauncunununii were Mrs Slanl,y ;wmc, M1 Lows Pepper is >umnumder
A / \ .juwdiur mjwt iIIIIIIIIrt among ;* :m.\1I1II,4118+ ihmald Juut*. lira 'V !ro Uuv;
of tire barracks and Mrs
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loll loen up * >(o ipivvMe! HalloVKtwp ,enrolled at Hie tinlvanilty ,oJ I nun Afire 4ohn ,1iIJNuIl6. Mrs.; Johanna "'rumbull as auJhar Who Is TON KENNEY?
the .AfllttI'MICI > Auxiliary :Vide M :Trusts liur ap lMIull1l'iur.c1a, Tampa,, !has full little Jtwjniun J9m IxlwarfiBluluuk president
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won, snl'mg .,/It.e, Inl/Alt. fly having OM of St. Teresa's School

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: They Work On "My Fair Lady" t1

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Important In Staging Phone 267.9934 ail tartara Car Jon ar he

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Successful Production a buy week we have Hunt Castle which Is now a proceeds to benefit Jew Parrtah
head of us! And with nothing monument containing over SO Memorial Hospital and othtjr H

I Sidewalk Art Festival Set By IRC Woman's Club As I I Most audiences never reatae painted scenery and costuMes" ,,, the less than the major event rt million dollars worth of art charities A big theater party
to start the baU
what is really necessary In stag fall under the heading of "prop year rolling treasurers. "It is Just like a following Friday's opener wit
lag a play such as "My FFLady" erties" tomorrow the national election.BE dream castle, very European be held at Whispering Hill i I *
I SURE TO VOTE! It Is most with large rooms and two swim County Club tor the First Night
whfcfa will be presented "My Fair Lady" reflects
a I
I Moulin Rouge Relived By Artists I by the Junior Woman's pub> particular era and necessitates I Important to exercise your right ming pools filled! with crystal ers, cast etc.We're .
next weekend. furniture and other of that to vote and after baying work' clear spring\ water", said Mr.
props looking forward to Fri
ed behind the scenes In the county Kaiwfch. I
Re-creeling the days of Tou ics, etc. Separate priavs rector of Arts. Loch Haven Or Many of the people, who have particular time. A lot of screenIng registration office for several day's show with enthusiasmsince
louse-Lautrec and the Mol i n to be in crafts and lando. for Just the right objects was I
provided spent weeks working for the seeks I certainly appreciatemy Disneyland was "a must" for many of the lead characters :
Rouge of Paris, a "SidewalkArt amateur photography U enough Displays! must be set up by 9 success of this JWC venture, done by these energetic gals. right to vote. the Kaiwlch's who feel, "no have appeared In other lit-

Festival" has been sponsorby entrants participate. a.m. and taken down by 8 p m will not be on stage the /nights Another group, which has literally one should miss It", "The ant : tie theatre productions here and
the Fine Arts Department of I Each entrant has been allocated both Friday and Saturday. Ti of the but their knocked themselves out It's hard to believe there is mals are so real looking, they were quite successful.One .
the IRC Woman's Club to be a space of 12 feet and artists tusville Police have Insured pro- efforts will performances be prominent.One Is the one made up of both men, such a tremendous task to be wiggle their eyes and the elephants of the most "natural" ,

held Friday and Saturday at the are expected to provide for tection during the displays. such committee very is and women, who have sawed, done Just because prospectivevoters even take up water In I portrayals of a character on
Indian River Plaza. their own such This Sidewalk Art proper- nailed and painted their Into "take an oath and their "
displays as ea. Festival Is lies, headed by JwC member, way sign a trunk and squirt It out. I stage that we've seen locally
Chairman of this event is els, framework or clothesline for one of the most ambitious pro), Barbara Brown. She has been beautiful sets for this pro- yellow registration form". First was that of Sheldon "Bun"
Mrs. Larry (Jill) Funk a stu- lightwork display. Also artistsare ects of the IRC Woman's Club assisted Melva Cummins duction. Dave Putnam local the thousands of new vot They visited Hollywood, Los Brown as Sgt. O'Hara In
dent of the arts herself and arising expected to display a 12 by Fine Arts Department and with ably of Mask and by Hammer and architect designed the sets, era have to be separated into 49 Angeles and spent a week with "Rain". This was his first timein

star in amateur art, who 12 inch sign denoting the name the increased interest in art and Laurie Cardinal In the theatreall which Include Prof. Huggins' different precincts and then I relatives In San Diego. From little theatre although he
will coordinate the activities of of the artist and the city. Each painting by local residents, a the study, the ascot races, the Embassy counted by each precinct in Indifferent there they went to visit t" e worked In many minstrel shout
the sidewalk festival. painting must be titled and pric fine display by local artists Is stage requisits, except BaU and the street categories to determinethe Alamo. On the trip home, theKazakh's while attending the I'niver' ty

Central Florida artists as well ed for sale.Judges expected. scene number of Democrats, Re- stopped In New Or. of Marjland Bun" Is play n
as local artists, are encouragedto will be Mr. Hal Mcln- Those interested in displaying Whispering Oaks Theatre publicans, males, females, etc. leans where they enjoyed seeing the part of Aloe Dolittte In "'11
display their art, which is to tosh Winter Park and goers will see a work all the "beautiful mansions"and
artist educator their works may call Mrs Flink Garden CircleThe Fair Lady".
include oils, water colors, graph. and David Reese, Di aU87-0285. of professional accomplishmentdone Then each new registrationmust the French Quarters All in
by Putnam Tony and Rita have an address plate all, the vacationers traveled *.. UII", his lovely wife. Barbara -
October meeting of t h eWhispering Novotny, Bill White Bus and which is used to stamp three 076 miles and their trip will 'be! and their three eht'' *- n,
Oaks Garden Circle
.
Barbara Brown. Bettye Snyder, different forms with important long remembered for the beauty Kerl ((7)), Kelly ((5)) and Curt Il I ,
was held at 1:30 a m. on Tues
:
Frank Keller, Glenda Johnson, space and ever chang live at (10 East Circle lie ->
information. One of these forms,
day, Oct. 27 at the home of
Ed White and others. log scenery" of our celved his bachelors
$ country degree m
Mrs Lou Batchelder with a white card Is filed In a far
Mary The executive board of the ge file of all registered voters "See America first", was Mr. business administration trim
t'k Mrs. Betty Brimer as cohostess. Gateway Welcome Wagon Club with the original registrationform Kazakhs advice for fellow travelers the University of Maryland andIs ,

: will meet at 10 am. Wednesday put In the proper precinct employed with the Mann,
in the Room of
A delicious variety of grapes, Friendship book. This takes care of the Company
coffee cake coffee and hot tea First Federal Savings and Loan.
new registrations!
was enjoyed before the meeting New officers will formulate Titusville Junior Woman'sclub "My Fair Lady" will run this

plans for events to be held during In the meantime, there are members, husbands and weekend and next at the Titus
Mrs. Mary Schultz, circle
chairman presided over the the coming year. These already absentee registrations to be taken numerous local dignitaries will vllle High School auditorium.

w business meeting. Mrs. Betty Include a Chinese auc- care of, requests for absentee don their best big and tucker Other lead characters In the
Brimer. city public planning tion, planned for the December ballots (which entails much this Friday for the "FlrM I show are Gene Putnam as Flt'a,

: I chairmen, related there was to program. Members of the sewing checking, etc), the removal of Nlghters" opening night of "My James Rose as Higgins, John
be a 'yard of the month' award and knitting group are meet- purged voters from the books Flair Lady". This musical pro Chapman as Pickering Betty
which is to be Judged secretly Ing several hours each week to (those who have not voted ior duction Is being prevented by Kldd as Mrs. Pierce and John

each month. She also stated turn out an assortment of items two yean), hundreds of address the Juniors as their main fundraising nie Hogan as Freddie EynsfordIllll. C

there will be a check up day for Christmas changes' (which really is as project of the year, with .

each month on maintenance of much or more work as new registrations .

city planning and that each circle Buddy Poppy ). the constant answer. * * * * I

was to take one day In each Sales Plans Are Ing of telephones. taking care of It t
if'I across the counter "cuitom-
month for this checking. RI-ILICT NOV. 1
: Outlined Here ers" and the final task of pNI
s ''
Flowering bulbs are to be paring necessary supplies to betaken I DIMOCRATIC CANDIDATI
ate donated by the seven circles for Mrs. Edward
a ; Cribblns, cochairman to each precinct along
Wanting on the island on U.S. 1 of the Buddy Poppy with the books. ]1. CUTTER

1 and NASA has agreed to give Sale gave an outline of the plansfor
i 1r more palms for the city to the sale which Is scheduledto These are Just the major Jobs PORT COMMISSIONER

+I plant on the islands, she said. be held Nov. 13 and 14. She that have to be done before the I
I Mrs. Schultz thanked Mrs. announced that a special meet election, there are far too many PROVEN DEPENDABLE t

Brimer and Mrs. Dot Watts for ing would be held at her home others to mention Although 1 BUSINESSMAN

representing the circle for the Thursday, Nov. S, for the final wondered for years why It was
FULLY QUALIFIED
j' Sears-Roebuck contest preparations for the sale. necessary to close the books 30 h EXPERIENCED II
days before election day, 1 fully -
The Auxiliary voted to send a Pal
After the other committee A4v raid for kr R. A. Cults
reports understand the reason now
donation o the Bay Pine V.A.
Mrs. Mary Massey, president And I would like to
'I.. WITH TIlE MOSTEST"-Wear-, Helen Feagan, Carol Maney, of the Titusville General Hospital towards the annual complimentthe
regular girls working under I
I Ing shifts with the "mostest" In severMarge Threlkeld, Lucile Moore and Garden Club announced the Christmas activities for the A La I
patients and members at the Mrs. Edna Carllle, Supervisor of Marlck Salon to always near you!
81 categories at Titusville Garden Bernice Jansen.-Carlson Photo. shrub planting sale at Blanton Registration; Gall Harris, Mil
V.A. Center, The also
Clubs patio party recently were. from 3 COL CUTLINES . . . . Park and urged everyone to will send a contribution Auxiliary to the dred Shrader, Janice Murnlng- Melbourne Cocoa Orlando Daytona Beach
participate.After ham and June Dixon of Cocoa
VF.W. National Home In Eaton
Honored At much discussion the circle Rapids, Mich. to help the and, one of my favorite people, TITUSVILLEi Open I ajn. to I MondayWednesday.
agreed to assist the general Mr. W II. Bell for all p.m. I
Carnival 1 To they
I Feature National Home children at ,
Stork ShowerMrs. club with the beautification of Christmas time. have worked many long, hard Friday Tue. and Sat. 'Til 9 p.m.

U.S. 1, hoping to use the Royal Mrs Gillespie announced that hours so you can vote tomorrow,
William Wohlforth, the Castle to
area beautify. To show you appreciate their
Mrs. Cribblns has been
former Beryl Starr was the appointed endeavors, be to vote, if
8 Amusement RidesFather Mrs. Schultz announced that District S Hospital sure
honored "mother to be" at a Chairman. She YOU VOTE, YOU HAVE A November .
complimented
there would be a Judged home
- - stork shower Tuesday night at
CHOICE IF YOU DON'TVOTE
tour In April on which the floral the Auxiliary on its hospital -
the home of Mrs. Robert II.
John B. O'Hare, pastor vide the following rides for arrangements will be Judgedin work.It YOU HAVE NO

of St. Teresa's Catholic adults and children: Strom.Co-hostesses were Mrs. Mike the various homes on the was announced that the CHOICE See you at the polls permanent

Church in Titusville announced Trains, Boats, Merry Go- Polchlopek, and Mrs. Ronald l tour. Mrs. Dorris Ruffe will act next District 8 meeting wouldbe
through the executive committee Round, Planes, Ferris Wheel, Masek. as chairman of the Whispering held Nov. 21 and 22 and the
for the carnival to be held Octupus, Mixer, Tilt the World.In Oaks Circle with Mrs Grace Mid-Winter Conference Dec 4, Mr and Mrs. Joseph Kazwlch ,
for the benefit of the Church on During the entertainment, I Carlton as cochairman.A S and I, both at Daytona. of 21t Golfvlew Drive returned wave

Nov. 5, 6, 7 and 8, that a contract addition to the rides, there Mrs. Strom read a hilarious biography After the meeting adjourned, I this Meek from an enjoyable
has been signed between will be 20 booths maned by local of the "mother-to-be", plea for Ideas for money the members and guests enjoy. month and a half vacation via f
Southland Amusements and the: dealing in with guests supplying humorous making projects for the circle ed refreshments of sandwiches, lUng various parts of our country
people a variety
executive committee whereby of merchandise from homemade adjectives. brought an immediate responseIn cookies, punch and coffee served They had a delightful vie SALEeach

Southland Amusements will pro- '. hand-craft items to baked goods. After the games, a door prize I I the suggestion that a Christmas by the hostesses, Mrs. Nellie It> with daughter Irene and
drawing was held, with Mrs. bridge party be held. Schelbcl and Mrs. Nancy husband, Lt. Commander Robert
All are invited to come to Ue
Wohlforth the winner. Her prize Mrs Jackie Stradley will be the Mortensen. Edlln, who Is doing postgraduate wave priced
CrowdIn carnival which promises to be
Biggest hostess for this affair which will I
was a baby pacUler.Refreshments The next regular business work with the Navy at
History At ; a gala affair.Printed, of cake cookies be held Tuesday, Dec. 19. meeting will be held Monday Monterey, Calif, at their homeIn completewith

Radio MeetingThe i nuts candy and punch were Program chairman M r .. Dot Nov. 2 at 7.JO: p.m. at the Pout Carmel.
served after the honoree openedher Watts. Introduced Carolyn Knls- ,Home :
While in San Francisco t h e
ley who demonstrated
The cake makJnscandyfUll"d
gifts. was especial
North Brevard Amateur
Pattern favors for Women Of Moose azwkh's. saw the Golden Gate
ly decorated with a stork haystack
members
Radio Society welcomed
CtfMlltl"t'
the largest number at the bringing the baby, with a written the hospital's pediatric department Plan Card PartyThe indue,and Chinatown the Japanese, Fisherman'sWharf Tea Sh.mp.. xrr
This developed
message "Welcome LittleStranger" program was
Oct. 20 than at
meeting anytime
Gardens of the
One
highlightsof
by Mrs Natalie Gardner of
0 women the Moose
since the organization of
the club. Those who attended were who was absent duo to illness Chapter 1485, will give a card their trip was I tour of the OPEN

Mrs. Wohlforth. guest of honor All present Joined In making a party sponsored by the Library w
Officers were pleased to accept r her mother. Mrs. Frances Starr, large number of these clever fa committee Wednesday, Nov, I ,.,.....11..4 1.Y t MON.

membership of six associate 4 her mother-In.law, Mrs. William vors. 4, at 8 p m. at the Moose Lodge LOST H.lr Cut and

members who are now Wohlforth Mrs Wendell Barker Table prizes will be given at MIDIUM Sill Blw Tick, "" I

working on obtaining their Ama- Mrs. Pete Fain Mrs Danny V.F.W. each winning table and there ..ifl., Mtry, black MddU. t FRh
teur Radio license or are Interested 0 Greene. Mrs Polchlopek, M r .. Auxiliary will be a door prize. Refreshments SMIth" M.,..." ...... .1. ?ILStyl.d
in doing so. Masek. Slates SessionA will be served. WARD Nuns *f 'wn.r nncell.
C.II ..llt 421.lilt 95.l
member, Also one new All members and their guestsare
Al Cambetes, was welcomed to work seMlon and social Invited to attend. N.w Smyrna.HURRAH.
the club. Al and his family re- District 39 NursesTo hour of the Titusville Auxiliary -- -----

cently moved here from New Meet TuesdayDistrict 4m will be held Thursday
York and operate the Smith 0-0 Nov. 5, at 11 a m. at the homeof La Marlrk Style Permanent Waves

Motel Just south of Titusville 39. Florida Nurses Association Mrs. Edward T. Cribblns, among the world's finest
!
Club members formed an 'an. win meet Tuesday Auxiliary Hospital Chairman.

tenna party' on Saturday after- '0w Nov 3, at 8 p.m. In the First The main project for the day La Marlck La Fan Cold Wave 688

Boon, donating materials and labor Federal Savings and Loan will be making gifts for the comparable wart, 1190, only . .. ......,.,
to put an antenna to get Al Friendship Room Christmas Shelf at Lake CityV FOR THE: 1961.

back on the air In his new home. June Beauvalf, State executive A. Hospital Petal Perm Cream Oil Cold Wave

During the week of Nov. 2.., secretary will be the guest The gifts are for the patients p U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM: I comparable I ware, 1100( . . .. ,. ...., 788
Tie Citizens Bank of Titusvillewill speaker. She will discuss" structure to chooM from, free of charge

be celebrating Its 36th birthday. \ and various programs of for presents to their families d p
: Rnt.ll proudly .lutrs three La Marlck Aitre Lanol! Wave
and
friends.
The Amateur Radio Sock the FNA. Including (he economic Anyone wishing to contribute real ihlrtr*. Joining Itexill comparable wave 29 (00, Only ". ,.......... 988
ty will Join in this celebration by security program. than 10,000 Retail
towards this worthwhile project are more
laving radio equipment and 4-H Girls To Meet
drat-g>U who
operators> in the lobby from Nov.the pub 3 to Wednesday, Nov. 4 to may the Auxiliary giving Hwpltal her Chairman gift oprraU the NIGHT DWL 9MCIAL' f .. t P. M. I

accept messages or any Auxiliary member. only Horn Kiting Mil with Itch "ev. a ...... .f La Mtrkk/
UC which can be sent all o'erthe A meeting for aD 4-K Junior All members are urged to attend '. 1 Rrsall All Pvrp*.. lh,mp*.. I

The world.regular first Tuesday\ and senior high girls will beheld and bring gifts\ for the Sup.el'kar t Retail Value . .. . .... I7o
at the Citizens Bank Community lb.
will be heM on Shelf, also their own sewing mint, t1pt5IliaThamin
right meeting Room on Wednesday, -mllr
Nov. 3 at 7:30: pm at the equipment. M e /llalalag
Nov. 4, at 1 pm.Transportation /' *ral product
Chamber of Commerce. building. will be provided trlr/fd for BMbT Stylists Prices Slightly Higher n
Hans can for a swap shop" of Women Voters To
from St. Teresa's. T.II! S lhILS.
excess radio equipment and a 9010 and Parkway The can waiting Meet l
ThursdayBoard OlymplfTurn. .Tr
planned program on theory conducted 2-10 to take the girl to t h e 1Ii; r
by Gary Calhoun: .Pried. ....... Mil: rhllHt meeting Will be identified by the members of the Provo
An Invitation is eroded to <-*. S. 1. e. .. .i I' MMoiiist 4-H symbol (green cknenthe rCl tonal League of women Voters Charge 111
new amateurs in '"'. ma to I 5'\ curs swdura
-
tide. win meet
of North Brevard
_... for
Thirty INe cnH m
Join the club. __ tXu tM.111 .- wM I.. emu Thursday WO a.m. at the borne YOUR DRUG 8TOR1
foi eau ......... for Itt-cl.. of Mrs. W. T. (SteOa) Crow, BEAUTY SALON
mailing Md q.ei.l b.dfist. FLOWERS FRAN m Madeira Drive, Indian Biter lindso i
Send to Ilk N..Nap.r Psi. y
CHy. PKiM" AM 74341OMM
tern llya,2.1* West lath M.. I
New YM tt: := 41v "Nrtlct.bty/ Superler' Not MM meeting via been INDIAN RIVER REXALL DRUGS Tltvn" .hPOtn. CIfIhr .
for MT ssw I- Mmkwi rferto*'. TA IMtm* November II, place to be aniwweed.
tern C.llMr. C mi.mi iMMM Jilt CtrdM St. 147.J1M This meeting wffl been .'1'" PLAZA ItT, M INDIAN RIVIR CITY MW.&-FrU f ,.M. TIM A I... Til f p.m.Monera" .
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Pat / Tthttville 'FIoiMe? S!ar'Advocate .", November 2, Df Wand received his Doctorate at Spadlno's Introduced Jfm.I \ See
-- I Columbia Lniversify He estab- Refreshments and a fellowship The

i I belted and was the first direct- I hour were enjoyed following Star Advocate

| tor of Speech Correction Clinic I the program. For Your

at Long Island Hospital. N, Y. The meeting was held in the

I Mix Gene Sego. a former) community room at OUaeiaBaiilc. Printing Needs!

psychology student of Dr.Ls.J. -


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: LOCKHEED GROUP-Some 150 members, wives, and guests Brice, Program Chairman; Tom Zeerip, Secretary Paul Roberts, w

recently attended the installation meeting of the Lockheed Sunnyvale Board Member, Kulchin, president; George Barrows, rm.

I -; Management Association. Installed as president for the 1964-65 Vice President; Bob Stevens, Chief Polaris Booster; Gordon Trul-

year was David Kulchin, Industrial Relations Representativewith son, Cfcef Space Systems Booster, Jim Moore, Management De- CANDIDATE

Lockheed's Space Systems Division The Board of Directors, velopment; and Karl Schultz, Know Your Association.

r as pictured above, are: (left to right) Bob Madry, Treasurer; BobBy



Dark-Eyed Greek Beauty Is Unanimousl) y Applauded Dr. Spadino SpeaksTo S TRIED PROVEN


Combined GroupsDr. ,

I .(Pi. Pol. Ad. by Ltlgh S. Wilson Cempalgn Treasurer)..
E. J. Spadino, Instructorin
; Miss Universe/ One Of psychology and speech at

r Brevard Junior College, spoketo

the combined group from the

Most Popular To Hold Title Esquire Trifling Program- I
Charm and Self ImprovementClass Club & Lodge Notices

and the models and guests

from Audrea's School of ModelIng .
A dark-eyed Greek beauty ,Greece time. Miss Tsopel's name Klrlaki ed a cash gift award of $7,500,
Miss Corinna (Klrlaki) Tsopcl Miss Universe's prizes includfriend means Sunday. To this, she I a $10,000 personal appearance Tuesday night. Rotary Club TITUSVILLI GARDEN CLUB YORK-RITE BODIES

of Athens is one of the most smiled "but the greatest thing I contract with all expenses paid, THURS. Oanaral matting all clrclat Sn d Of North Breverd County
Dr. Spadino chose for his sub MEETS
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popular reigning Miss Universes r.Iot.!: In the world, being named Miss I an extensive wardrobe highlighted 12:15 P M. Monday of, Out Nov fab?
MarchMop Tim. add Moos t
in the history of the Pageant t...4 r.,1 SMFW1? Universe, happened to me on I by a $7500 premium natural ject "Be at Peace with Yourselfand Whispering Hill Country Club ... eneounc.d. Kxecutlvs Duar Indian Hirer

When emcee Jack Linkietter 4r Saturday night. The "Sunday" I dark ranch mink coat producedby Others" Our enthusiasmand Ray Winstead, Pres. nil Tuesday Slav. lads moatl&, OctdhUwu ., 27 ChapterNo.
placed the crown on her head connotation does not mean anything 1 the Great Lakes Mink Association an optimistic attitude set
Slkei Sec'y
before a packed audience at the t4ire a she Just used the name I and designed by Luis the trend of our lives, Dr. Wilbur Mra. Charles MaM.y. Praaldtnt ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Miami Beach Convention Hall Klrlaki" when she started her I Estevez, an Emba Jasmine Clifford Voder, High Priest.
to A Spadino said BETA SIC/U PHI I Gill Whims, Seerttary
national television audience model White Mink created
and a career as a Wrap by Titusville Chap. SORORITY Meet 3rd Wed 7:30 P.M.
.. of over 60 million, the Sho was born on June 21, 1944 Radley Furs New York City I Well known for his outstand 1st end 3r 1 .t Masonic Temple, Titusville
choice was unanimously > In Athens and lives there with No. 6 O.E.S.
ap- 7:30 .
and couturier dresses from such ing contribution in the fields of : p m
plauded.The 4r' her parents. DfcMOND: Ml) HIRAM
BERTHA COUNCIL NO. 13
internationally renowned designers speech and hearing defects and : tress
121 classic
5'8", pound beautywill Her measurements are a Worthy Matron IMlltlnl..lil.al
appear, along with Miss 362236 I as Martha Sleeper and Luis correction, Dr Spadino wrote Mra Mary AllMaata ,. R.&S.M.

USA, in the Jaycee Christmas 1 Shortly after her election as 1.Estevez. for the Dale Carnegie Courses lat and 3rd Tuesday: S r M, : Dottla 0:11: If III.ROil... R. V. Bake.
Parade, Dec 5. the thirteenth world-renowned .. .., Thrice IHuatrlou Matter
.. Her first words when she .. ( ', .:. Miss Universe, Corinna Tsopel -I ETA ITS 7-S11* Gill William, Recorder ,
was selected were: ")tow happy ; .. went to Brazil on a triumphaltour .A Mary L.. Pl.rc. P".. Moot 2nd Wed *t 7)30 P.M.
Indian River
and father h' returned to the United I I COCOA & Masonic Temple, Coco
my mother must I DIRECTORY I'I'IIMI W7-IM7:
bel"! At the time, her father ,, tk ( States for a few days and wentto W Lodge. No. M PHI BETA. MC
Georges, a colonel in the Greek Japan and Taiwan and stayed P.&A. M. D.rl. Hooker P.uldeat Breyard Comraanderr

army, was on night duty at a y p"y'S I. in the States only long enough Meets 2nd A 4th Thursdays, 7:30: 3.14034 No. 24 IC. T.
: base in Athens. He was calledto to prepare for a trip to Organs Guitars Accessories .' Mar ,",i. Lacy Ramer, Eminent' Cmd,.

the telephone at 5 a.m. '' : her native country Greece I HI-PI, _A_A *l Gibson, Masonic Temple District No. 39 Moots GUI 4th William, Recorder
'.me. II Stewart, Maator Fla. Wed., 7:30 P.m.
Nurses Assn
Store Guitar W Frank Dardan Booty Masonic Temple, Cease
41 RecordPlayers'*-{ Sand Meets First Teas
1
1S:1":1"PallU II of each monthS
: Ilarhoi'-Bellwood --- Imfrum.Ms Junior ChamberOf
PM.
,", I. Expert Repair..n All land Instrument I At Drat Federal Sarinia PILOT CLUB
SI S. Altantl Phone SU 3.1731Cocoa Beech4 CommercePaul
Vera York Simmons Stephen Sullivan, came> and Mrs. C. .'Bunting of Per v Pr.ildent and Dorthy Loan Foretop, R.N Mrs John Locke, Pros
ItCl sec hint and when he failed I ry, came to Palm Harbor and Salisbury, Pr... Secretary Doris Mllln.r, RN
a Robert Burns, who lives alone I to get an answer at the door took' their daughter and grand 'AUTO SALES SIRVICI MOBIL HOMES Stanley Ewing, Sec'y.Lenlt Phone AM 7-507J Meeting 1st It 3rd Wednesdays

at Palm Harbor, Is recovering went inside and found bums in sons with them for a brief ivslt NOVA TRAILER SALES Rogers, Sae'y 12:00: Chanticleer Inn
from a serious Illness for which HUNTER Citizens Bank Building CZECHOSLOVAK.AMERICAN Executive Board Monday
a semlconclous condition. with the family before leavingby 21 Different Floor Plans Before
tie was confined at Cape Can Meets tat Wednesday
Every Thursday 7:30 p m CLUBOf
plane :'Jacksonville on To Choose From
averal Hospital for two weeks, Doctors told Mr. Burns, an from LINCOLN, MIRCURY, INC. .
Sunday for Ohio. CR08SLAND PACKWOOD -- '- Titusville
i electrican at Cape Kennedy, if Lincoln Continental Llncelr
recently. ELCONA.NOIfETTIl
TITAN TITUSVILLE POST NO. 1 511 Grannis Ave.
he'd gone one more day without Sale Part Service PIEDMONT. TITUSVILLI
: He had to Ft Lauderdale
gone toy T.rm.. Fr.. .. PUBLIC
medical attention his condition U.llv.ry R I. maatlnia 2nd Wednesday LIBRARY
Mr. and Mrs Shriver
II and while there was taken ill Wayne Good Used Can H.I lp AMERICAN ..
1 and unable to hire anyone to would have been fatal of Palm Harbor visited with 144 W. King Coco M1333BtAUTY T Ml N. el C>... O. *. ... I 1 of aa. b. month Hall open aacbTuaaday 1421 Dr.. Read
......_, Thursday and Caturdaytvanlnc
drive him home he managed toe their son and daughter.In-law, T.I LEGIONHarry at ( pmSlaka HOURS:
drive his back Mr and Mrs Adrlon Shrlver, ACADEMY Mon thru Fri. 9 ..m8.
car to his mobile Mrs Herbert (Harriet) lien. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Te.trlck, Cotndr Be-ra 00 p.m.
0 home at Palm Harbor, where dry and two young sons Eddie and three sons, in Lake Worth "LEARrTHAIRSTyLING Robert Comp.r-to, "Adjutant. Saturday S a.m $:!" p.m.Tlrusvllle .
be collasped on the floor "I and Jeff left Palm Harbor last weekend. Manta L.ilon lit and Hall 3rd I itajay.m. VETERANS OF WORLD WAR I I
Cat In High Pay Bracket Cult. .. Drums, Banjo Etc BARRACKS IW
crawled to the bed and was too last Ledge. Ne. 1962
Thursday enroute to Enroll Anytime Gibson, .Panders, Cretsch.Mertln Meet first Wodno,.
week to call for help", Mr Youngstown, Ohio to Join Mr. Mrs Minnie M York from Smell Monthly Tuition Sllngerland Reoeri, Kay Woman's Club of day each month,, Loyal Order Of
Burns said. Henry who is employed there in Perry Sunday with her grandson DAWSON COCOA Mammoth Sock of Sheet Mush Am.rlcan Lolo: t$ MOOSEMeet

0 He was alone, without help, or the construction of a steel l mill. Larry Simmons, for a visit BEAUTY ACADEMY GOULD MUSIC CO. Ti+usville, Inc. 1'' liJ;. Hall with I CoveredCish I Tuesday I p.m.

: food, for about seven days. A Mrs llcndy's parents, Mr with the Floyd Simmons family. JOB___ Willing.. Codes: UaltfO 109 KHg St., Cocoa, ele-ttU Meets lit Mon of Each Month t L.Luncheon E. 1pri. I 1 Mil North of Mime MI U.S. t
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CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT Uay Comdi. Tom Watson I'j
.. OFFICE SUPPLIES M.. ..., R........", Pt... Om. Brokaw, Ioc',
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r 1 Reserve Nov. 3 For Canaveral Equipment PROIOaT orrlca Ti'usvill LIons Club
fc Inc. UIFME1T: : CO. Meet 3rd Wed.
1 Supply
C.<... *MSISTllaavUla 7:00: p.m. Thursdays ef each mantle
: /INDALI, KNOX, VAN DYKI M1U90Wa SISTERS "'lotlla RestaurantSouth B P. M.
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lIvpwr Rental Sale Service hava s aatoama In lluivllla Tit .a 'lla Tamale t3 @ Lake I; Oct. through May
MIKE lbr.s dope Itch wok 10 b.lp Moats 2nd 4tk
j i ScaffoldlnglMorrltt you
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I with Dnka. chain. ruins Suppits. T. of .arch monthat Howard Mayea, Jr. LaVorne HerdlN
Island, Ph. 434-NtJ ., Mlmaotrapha. Btanllnt Mach- I p.m.M. President Pre-Ph. AM 73534etrer
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inn I H Cablnota Typewriters Douilaa Finch V K:C
I Addln Machlnn. Mr.. rara Pappy, 8., r y. Clyde Pirtle, Sec', i p.m.
JEWELERS M.nuf.ctvrlnlI '
Mrs Eva: jrn Fmman Planlil
i PEST CONTROL
DORANDEMOCRA "OCOA MFG. JEWELERS North BmardRahabllttation
I Termite end Pest Control) KIWANIS CLUB I NORTH BREVARD Ccniet
k & DIAMOND SETTERS"Br.v.rd'o Moots HORSEMAN'S CLUB No. William Ave.
TuesdaysP
Only Mfg. Jeweler"and Walker Chemical & .. 12:10: Moots Second Mon. Each Month Arthur Dunn Airport
CANDIDATE FOR Diamond Setter Exterminating Co. Inc. &i pmWHISPERING 7:30 P. M. Meets 2nd month

New Mountings-Jewelry RepairsAll 1014 So. Dixie Hwy.. Cecee COUNTRY HILLS BILL DUFF Pros. PUBLIC INVITE
s Week en Premise CLUB Press W. Lee Pertain
COUNTY 101 Hrrlien-Cotee-4M Can Collect Ua-lHO Doyle Prwld.nt I Puss" FRANCES THRELKILD Se.', Soa'y Mrs. Martha PeufkPhone

REAL ESTATE Tom Or,. aWatarr Phono AM 7-1701 AM 7.J004SfiTLT
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MOBILE HOMESWe --- -
1 COMMISSIONERDISTRICT B. P. O. E. ELKS LODGE NORTH BRRVARD

j have the floor plan to suit Joe E. Moore, Inc. Ne. 211)V SHRINI CLUB. .
3rd 7i30
NO. 3 your family and the payment vita Thursday p.m.Masts
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.. to suit your budiat. Custom la REAL ISTATI Moots Monday Nights At
tarlora See
are our apaclalty til
for parla aocaaaorlaa, and latur 181 S. WtshmgtonA UI CLUB .
Complete" TITUSVILLI LITTll
an Financing aid Ra-Clnaaoln
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'clock Ch... H.Ilor,
Reel Estate Service THEATRE, INC
ROAD AND BRIDGE BUILDER WYATT. MOBILE HOMES.... Walter J. Macho, E.R. I Ira. let Tue*. of Mo. I 00 p. m.IMIa .
WTO II Dlil. HI. .
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1U Harrison Cocoa, 3e-mi :
Cocoa. 181-1444 Russell Betcheldor, Sac Frank Darden Theatre. ItMt afl *trwaA
CIVIL ENGINEER (Exp.) MACHINES"Brevard -- -- --- Easy. a. 3114111TITCe
MOBIL HOMES SEWING Tltui Ule Toashnaster

: SUCCESSFUL BUSIINESSMAN Balrd Mobil Hornet, Ilu:. County's Only Complete: Meet Wednesday FOREIGN VETERANS WARS OP PILLSScottish Rite

Sewing Machine CenterN.w U P.M.Chentlcleor. S.4 5 41kTk
Club
: : Molina P.O. Bei IDS
DONOR OF With Over M New and Udfe lam MaahlaaaK I e' ...<4.r.. PH.
SEVERAL PARKS r.-Aec..orN.-R.o ts4 rtoe inch .,..in Pleyd C. Brown,
Kaay: Budt Tarma Pre*.
Choose Prom I
Club Open m.
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APOLLO SEWING CTR. Dolly I' John W. Press,
MIKE DORAN, STANDS FOR Breverd's largest Dealer. Merritt Island Shopping Canter 'I,Bob Young, Pros AM 7.S70' 70S Magnetic A".. See,.
.. Mart s.4 TOM.lita .
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Merrln Island.
7ml. N. Cot U.S. 1 Miles M. Holllngswerth Cemdr. ....
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C.ntral County Manager) Central County Purchasing EXPRESSWAY MOBILE TIRES I I Riverview P. T. A.: I I Milt Morten..",. Quartermaster Mewls T.....

Widening of Melbourne and Eau GallU Causeway;.Road Moots at Riverview
HOMES ALL SERVICE TIRE CO. School lit Man Each ,, TITUSVILLE ,

Improvement In North Brtrard Improved Drainage Syg- t4 Model Putty SO Equipped* II 1 Bedroom Retreading and_VulconlslngPessenger Truck ( ) Month. 7:30 p m. RIFLE & PISTOL CLUB !lrP Tltuavllle THI NATIONAL. Chester

tern for North Earl Snyder Moots
.. Brevardj More Free Recreation for Youth I 23.6956MI.N.ofC.ceaUS.1 end Industrial Equipment President 1st and 3rd Wednesday SECRETARIES
ASS'N.
(llnTI)
: of the County) Eliminating County Commlslonr Sue. I Tel. 434-4118 All Work. Guaranteed --- 7130 p.m.Chembar.0 List ...d., ..i MM Month
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Clvitan Club Prlsda. Carur Prao. AM 1SOILADIISAUXILART
ceedlng Self after 4 years. If you have real II RUgowoy A".. Cecee 3e-M41': boa.. {.t3 Commerce


estate to sell, or if WATCH REPAIR I &I RlverrkwReal.uaat 1 ......... Greater Titusville Club \\1iJ? ., the

Think and Vote For Mike Doran you are looking for WM.Watches H. BAILEY I MadrkN rr-o.... Kiwanis Mrtt Matviar VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT.

Tuesday, November 3 choice real estate, Repaired In J to J dar ,..,.T.. ,. -T. .n..- 1:30: P.M. 355555 eIIC Ire ...ItaA
Chronographs or Complicated. I I .. ".. 6B fttttsprmif T..a' ewer
use our classified Witch Repaired oo Premise I I 111........ .' Country Chubs ........... Tia P.Mavert. KtoffOTMr
(Pd. Pot Adv.) I columns. 41} Brevard Avenue I ... T....... Tr-ekaae. Job NebM, Pre. Tr'...... Mrs..lees"..... rtarkMend.
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I Indian River City-South Titusville News Southeastern aries"Missionary were speaker District presiented.for Mission The the t I

morning and afternoon services

Homemakers County Council President and Program Chairman After the business meeting I was associated with he( Ohio from Emmett Idaho arrived was Mn. Jake Hosteller of the -
The Bre\and County ExtensfSh I Mrs. Muriel Graham (In. the ladles enjoyed a covered I Fuel Gas Company for many here after a month' tour through Ybor City Spanish In Tampa. te
Homemakers Council met dian River City). Treasurer dish luncheon. I years before his recent retirement. Wyoming Kansas Mis She and her husband previously nMond.y ,-
i ij Cocoa in i the Agricultural Mrs Rowena Hal!>tin (Cocoa The afternoon speakers, were I They are the parents of snarl West Virginia, Washington. served In Mexico and the Dominican
liiildinc. 1)25) West: King Street Beach) and Secretary Mrs. Clark Maxwell County Tax Assessor Richard Duney who raaUtt D. C and New York City. Republic.
I liit Thursday. Oct. 29 Doltte Bobrt (Cocoa). who spoke on Brevard with his wife Madelyn, at tie I Mr. Simons is a brother of Mrs. Lunch was served In the
Cleveland Road. !William T Crow of 295 Key nearby Community Center
:The meeting was called to order After this introduction Mrs.Waper County Taxation awl L. E. I
Madeira Road This Is the where the MlnneoU ladies were
Usher Intonul Revenue
at 10:00: a.m. with Mrs.T strewed the duties of Agentat
Horn Furnishing PartyMrs. first time the brother and sistor gracious hostesses. Those attending
Melbourne who spoke on
]tiaxine Wagner presiding. Mrs. each officer and the club members.
Marv sidby led the group in the Bach club answered roll- Significant Changes In Income William (Barbara) Stm- had seen each other In tenyears t from IRC were Mrs. INTERIM
]$ledge of Allegiance and the call with a report of their cur Tax Laws and how they effect I mow won !the dUll prte at a Mary Cowman, Mn Jean Sirs
Brown
!Mrs Ashbaugn.
( and then read a rent activities and it was inter individual Both speakers home furntohtog party heM last F.Ii'Mtlnt
I Ketha Koehler Mrs Charlotte TOOTHPASTE
history of the Pledge to Our esting to note that moot clubs readily answered questionsfrom I Wednesday at the home of Mn.I Martin Mrs Pat Braden, Mrs. 9c
with and interesting the audience. Howard Grethen) Marr 930 The Central Florida Area of
Hag, Mrs. Ethel Curreya reported new members (I ( : Peg Rollins and Mrs Alice For Reg. 53c Site
( piano. Mrs. Muriel Graham activities Attending from the Indian I Cleveland Road.Attending the Women's Missionary Fellowship ward. Limit 3-Wlrh Coupon Only
liJ in of River City Homemakers' Club were Mn. H. E. of the Christian and
singing one verse
Kestrel Cocoa) Coupon Coed Thru
Mrs Virginia ( I Wedneidey, Nov 4
"America the Beautiful" were: Muriel Graham Mary Baumbach, Mrs. Walter Dor- Missionary Alliance Churches: .
reported on the annual Wo- Slaby. Ethel Currey. Florence sey. Mrs Richard Dorsey,' held their Fall meeting at the Cater Petrol Meeting
Airs devotional Wagner offered as a men's Camp held last May at Strom. Lillian Karberg and Mrs Lewis Ijponard, Mrs. Den Alliance Church In Minncola, The Gator Patrol of Troop I M
short thought "A smile the costs provoking nothing Camp Cloverleaf A report of Catherine HethwiMteU I aW King. Mrs, M. H. Braun Fla on Oct. 27 I SID Boy Scouts of Indian River
the State Council Meeting at Mrs. Williams Simmons, Mrs. !Mrs Roy Forward president City, held Its usual weekly Patrol
btft gives; much She then introduced Mrs.
the new Officers forth Tallahassee was given by NewcomersThe lUla Summeniw. Mrs. Libby of the Area Bally presidedover I Meeting at the home of Ed 5 GRAIN
coming year: Muriel Graham. Mrs, Slaby welcome mat is out for Pate and Mrs Marr the meeting Her husband. Freeman, 4 Orange Court last
told about the 4-H Scholarship Cake and coffee was servedby Rev of I The meet
Roy Forward is pastor Wednesday evening ;
I'lrst Vice-President and award that was presented to, Walter and Flora Dorsey who the hostess at the conclusion the Indian River City Christianand ing was opened by Ed Freeman ASPIRIN o
C Delegate, Mrs. Phyllis the Brevard Council at the have purchased the former of the demonstration.From Alliance Patrol Leader who led the
I Missionary : ,
T ompson (Palm Bay); 2nd State Meeting. An account of Paul Elliott! residence at 7M Church boys In the Pledge of Allegiance Bottle of 100
President and Publicity this is written up in "National Cleveland Road. Idaho Two Seminars on "Litera I and the Scout Oath and l Prom )L6j Limit J with Coupon Only
C airman. Mrs. Helena Warner Notes," the National Home- They came here from Columbus I
i Mr and Mrs. E T Simons ture" and "Fads about our (Continued On Page 12)i ) p1 Coupon Good Thru Wednesday, Nov 4gSS'VW
((1< tur-Communities); 3rd Vice- makers Magazine. Ohio where Mr Dorsey !I


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HOUSE PARTY Members of the missionaries.; Attending were from
Girls Auxiliary of Central Baptist left, Libby Moore. Debbie Hufjhev: C
I Church left Friday for Sarasota to at. Sandra Kirkland, Teresa Naylor. Diane !1'_' Regular etc 39 3
tend the Girls' Auxiliary House Party Parker and Mrs. Nadine Mount, director GuyBrewsleF ?, Limit 2 With Coupon OnlyCounen

and meet and hear home and foreign SL L Good Thru Wednotdey, No*. .4 I

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See ADAMS Your Full Line G. E. Dealer!


METAL DECORATOR STYLE


c 1L1ERFLO WASHER WASTE BASKET 49c S/


Regular tie
Limit 2 With Coupon Only

COUNTY COMMISSIONER d Coupon Good Thru Wednesday Nay .4RoguUr
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g Big Capacity Genuine 12.Ib. BKEWSTtiK BELIEVES[ ALCOHOL y C

Ns Pint
g) Exclutlve Filt.r-Fle. .' Limit 2 With Coupon Only
Washing System Public butlnon I II your business It mull bo odmlnlitorod I In tho Interest of oil the '
Worfno.do r'ov.' 4
Thru
Good "
Coupon
pooplo Not tho privileged' few.ttutowoy : 4
Pro-tot Water
Level Control v/ V
bridges .t Cocoa, Molbourno, law Cillle and Tltuivlll mud bo wldoneJ' "
-4 B Easy to U.. Now not In tho distant future.
Controls Tt
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b. Its &
variable, Cycle Wo must plOd up our rood conitructlon and rod widening ,,..,.,,,. Dolay "It oit WASHUP MOIST
Diet Iy and brads accldonti. Our traffic "It lee heavy for ohm preterit roedif wo can
g) Big Capacity not afford lo wait 10 years a* wo did on *U South of Patrick Air Force law and ;t
Activator the widening of 520 Cauioway. TOWELETTES jji

Built to G. E.
0) Commercial Good toning lawi protect tho pooplo. Spot toning, and 'Incompatlblo toning ore not 75 Fe Washer Spoeifle ), In tho boot Into'..' of tho public end down gradee th. urban .,.... Limit 1 With Coupon Only
2O9 1 f eunon is"t Trrfrtetd.< I

: Navy DutyWohing Tho development of public ""11I1.. end owlce l I ll needed for community growth. A
/ Syitem Matter Plan mutt bo developed to ,u'd.' thU. ..rom.
W W T
All Porcelain' Top,
d Butfcet, Tub Bad reads aro cotlly. The county mutt adopt a Road lpe l" allen Code and use lN r lA ,rr ., ,
this standards In rood centtructlon.Reoda I
i Safety Lid Switch 4GUIBB NONFATTENINGS

g) Dual Purpose built ,In unpopulated anti help large land developori. A road bvlll whore It b
I w. Turbo Typo Pump "It really needed helpi the taipayor S lEETA y

WASHER WA 853Y g) Powerful.Duty G.I.Motor Water contervatlon I It 0 mutt to 'Insure an adequate apply of tale drinking' wits, tc Sin 46c
Regular
Action It needed now, .before It I It to* I.,.. Limit 2 With Coupon Only

Aircraft Tree; Cable Sutpontion Dependo-Mech. Transmission I Nov. 4
Tho propetod PineJa.Bennett Cautewty Toll Head thould" bo titondod" South lo the Couoon Good Thru Wodnotday
Rust Resistant "Acrylic" finish" Drain to Center Top Melbourne Cautewey. This would ..,wlco and benefit the entire South Brevard Area,

Counter Height Counter Depth g) Dependability Proven Commercially
S Tho populerlon dentity of ,,..,rtl "',.., It rtocettary .. study and" develop a better
"'....., of garbage and refute dltpotel. Tho ute of Inconoratori mutt bo Included 0
usrn TV SETS In this ttudy.Candidalet .
2 USED RANGES H D ORAL I
\ Completely Reconditioned
Priced To Sell Fast! Priced Aa Low A* $29.9 for tho office of county cemmlttlorffrt, thould bo elected from their own
district and would pray for referendum In order that the vitro of Brovard may TNERMOMEIER
.iprott their dotM/ thlt (Ittu*.

We Pledge The Best t=_n Washer Values In Town! I I Regular II 25
Brovard noedt mere recreational. facllitlet. A* an eiampla, wo mutt work now to i Limit 1- With Coupon Only

'bass,', adeojvoto b.aclwsor our proton and our Murt ....... I II Coupon Good Thru Wednotday. Nov. 4
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LIBERAL C EASY Thor. I It I need for greater corporation threvthevt the. county between elected of.flclelt. .
TRADE. f PAYMENTIN With Min 'In mind w. need to e.pUre the pettlWHtlet of a awry manager
TERMS ,. e..rdinat. and unite our county off'"'. IF WE ARE NOT FILLING YOUR

r (f P ,n PRESCRIPTIONS, YOU ARE LOSING

BE A. MONEY LET US PROVE IT!

"EVERYTHING IN HOME APPLIANCES AND TELEVISION"

2301 S. Washington "BREWSTER BOOSTER"Pd 1 Convenient Locations
(U.S. Hgwy 1)
OPEN EYEN NG .I Btokt S wlti of AW"I 2 6 7.410 7 I

Howard Johntont 1M "v "'... DMwr.i. ro....."*. CmnilUe ., ru. w..... M. 0....rt k. CUclrmee. BIG APPLE PLAZA TITUSVILLE

.I. _..,.u..o wale .t...r4 < ........ Daewstie tM rlT* (__"\H- MAGNOLIA AVENUE L R. C.
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: I Tltusvlllo' (PtorUo' ), Star-Adv.c.ti Monday, November I 1"4//



I Two Billionth Mile Of Travel On Sunshine Parkway. Nears I REELECTBREVARD COUNTYSURVEYER



Inside two billionth J-M-2 sh day. Nov. t eouely be roffing off the two man at an undisclosed time and with seat belts in actual nee at two billion miles.
I The two-bllllontn mile of travel The Turnpike Authority's electronic -I billionth male I turnpike location Monday j the time. He said If each of the 389 I
on the Sunshine State Parkway -I computer figures that 760 One of these will be chosenat The selected motorist and all I John R. Phillips Chairman oi million motorists threw but one
will occur some time Mon turnpike travelers will simultan- random by a turnpike patrol. I occupants of the car will then the Turnpike Authority said the chewing gum wrapper on the '
two billion miles of turnpike Parkway the wrappers wonld It.DEMOCRATIC.
be the guests of the Authority in travel required 38,920,273 car have fully covered almost four '" I

one of the seven turnpike restaurants. trips and 134 million gallons of of the Turnpike's 10,000 acres of I-

fuel worth over $40 million. The grass.
? Turnpike turned over to the Noting the heavy annual cost
In addition to continuing his state *9.3 million of this amountIn of trash pick-up on the PUP, i I
trip without a toll charge the gasoline taxes. PhillIps wryly noted that each :
selected motorist will be awarded Phillips said the equivalent of of the 38.' million must have I
a portable transistor radio 34.000 cars and 510,000 tires tossed out the equivalent of a''
providing his vehicle is equipped were worn out In rolling off the loaf of bread. I
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Ii! '- -- -- wwsraw- 300 CHINCH Lbs. 8-6-6 BUG 50 SPRAY% ORGANIC $2500: j jiIL


EXPLAINS REGISTRATION Mrs. the Clerk of the Circuit Court and the L GRANULAR FERTILIZER

Edna Carlile, Supervisor of Registration Tax Assessor's office the same day.
I s explained the process of registering During the troop meetings, the girls
to vote for an election to 28 girls in have been busy making posters to en- l ?WEIIAYE 1r ,e j I II CANDIDATE

I Girl Scout Troop 938, recently in con- courage people to vote on Nov. 3. These I LL fM 1 STAMPEFM % '
junction with their work on an Active posters will be displayed in the Mims ;

Citizens Badge. The girls also visited area.-Carlson Photo.Jaycees D TN/ C. C. JOBE




i To ParticipateIn -: DAVIS A PROVEN DEDICATED



TV Vote Returns LAWNSPRAY COMMUNITY LEADER.

; A CAPABLE and EXPERIENCED:

LAWN
For the first time In history, 300 persons including telephone Ing the vote result from Florida PUBLIC SERVANT.
the Florida vote returns will be clerks, messengers, computer to get an early indication of AND ORNAMENTAL
reported to the nation minutes operators and supervisory the possible winner SHRUBBERY I
j after the polls close on Nov. 3, personnel will collect, tabulate The Florida Jaycees have ap -Polices And Programs-
and Titusville Jaycees will par. and report the Florida totals to pointed an area coordinator In SPRAYING
ticipate In the returns. NES Headquarters in New York the major cities and counties. In I
FERTILIZING' the office of Surveyor with
County
/ Continue to operate
t City where they will be released Titusville, the Jaycee coordinator t
f
This project Is being sponsor. nationally over the individual Is Henry Theed.A CHINCH lUG SPRAYII'G' I NO expense to the taxpayer of this County.

i ed by the Network Election network: and wire services. total of 1,493 Jaycees re Monthly or Yearly Contracts I Continue to work toward a resurvey of Brovird County
C Service (NES) a pool arrangement Florida is considered a k.a Y porters will be reporting in with wherein all comers originally ettabllthed by the U.S.
of the three major state by NES, and the Presidential election results from all over Estimate Cheerfully Given Government are monumonted and coordinated.
e broadcasting media and the Associated race is expected to be a the state on election night. The 12U North 267.2849 Continue to took proper 'Initiation' updating qualification
: Press and United Press close one in this slate People Florida Network Election Servo Dixie Hw,.. Tltwtvllle, Fl. end duties of County Surveyor.

InternationalThe in other parts of the country, ice office is located in the BIscayne Continue to maintain an office In our County Seat d
other partners In the NES particularly, will be watch. Terrace Hotel in Miami. Government at no expense t* the taxpayer of thl* County'
are the American Broadcasting -
c npU; Columbia Broadcasting : Continue to cooperate with .th.r County, State and Fed
e oral and official'
Agencies
System and the National
Broadcasting Company. The Continue to ratio the public recognition and prestige' of
partners in NES have divided the office of County Surveyor and the Land Surveying
up the 50 states and the Dis pretension to the end that more qualified portent will b. .
I attracted to this work and your property loot( thereby
: tort of Columbia and will report -
made more tecure.
I the total vote from these I
Z states to the NES New York ,

1 Headquarters From New York on ,election the vote night.re- Would have voted against Qualifications -

t turns will be released to the na you

ti tlon by the individual members Brevard County Surveyor for patt 1 year
of NES.
The formation of NES came Assistant to and partner of Alichua' County Surveyorfor

about as a result of experience Space Authorizations or the Tax Cut? 3 year

gained In the Presidential prier '. \..,. Registered profetttontt' Land Surveyor
"
'.. a'i 'R* "
manes earlier this year. It was
.
Registered proftttlontl Ch,1EnglnMr./
C learned during these primaries
: that the cost of reporting state College Graduate University of Florida.'

i votes on an individual network OF COURSE NOT! 4 Over 20 years of active study, experience and participation /
I basis was rapidly becoming prohibitive 'In Land Surveying and allied fields of work.
This gave birth to the
Network Election Service. Oldest Land Surveying Firm 'In Brevard County. Still
: ABC News was assigned the Missile/Space activities are important to Brevard County. The tax cut is important to 'In active practice.

i' state of Florida, and Alva Smith every wage-earner in Brevard County. Member, Brevard County Zoning Board for 4 ,lIn.
from the Los Angeles, California
p Resident freeholder' who owns and manage active' .Land.
News Bureau was appoint You wouldn't have voted against these two important bills. Yet our current Surveying firm In Brevard County
S ed State Manager with h e a d-
: quarters in Miami. The Florida Congressman did just that. He voted against final passage of the Fiscal 1964 NASA

Jaycees, under the leader Authorization. He voted against the Tax Cut two out of three times.
: ship of Cody L. Bailey from Ft. -Memberships & Affiliations-

a Pierce, Florida, will function os I Tom Kenney, your Democratic Candidate for Congress would have voted with
i precinct and county courthouse I Member, American' Society for Tatting Material'
0 reporters for ABC News \end you on these two all-important issues.
: NES on election night. Cody Member, American Society of CI.lllnlnllr'euncl.r,
No wonder Senator Holland "The 11th District Secretary and past President, Capo Canaveral Branchof
a Bailey is past state president of says, Congressional urgently ASCE.
the Florida Jaycees and presently needs Tom in its "
serves as Chairman of the Kenney Washington as Congressman Member, National' Society of Proftttlonal' Engineer'

4 Board. Senior Member, Florid' Engineering' Society.
i NES will concentrate its effort -
t on the 18 most popu'ous Put Secretary and preterit member Klwanl' Club' of
counties in Florida where 80 percent VOTE FOR ,. Cocoa. ((7 year perfect attendance).

t of the registered voters re- Member and Director, Central Brevard Democratic' A*
i Bide. In these II major counties ens.I"w. toclation.

Jaycee reporters wilt coy NNEY Member University of Florida Alumni' Association (Loyalty I
p er all precinct polling places. In Fund Contributor for 13 year)
the other SI less populous counties
e the vote totals will be gath Shrlner.'

Bred at the county courthouse Treasurer, Cub Scout Pack 333.
t and called In to the state collection
d center. Veteran World War II.

4 The state collection center for
Florida will be located at the Democratic Candidate for Congress i The question most frequently liked me 'in this campaign -
if why do I leek an office which receive no pqt This
Convention Hall
Miami
.J on 1 i question might also be asked of thote of u* who accept the ,
I Beach. On election night, some responsibility of serving a* Officer and Director of Chamber
ABOUT TOM KENNEY: I i of Commerce, of Civic organisation suck as lCiwanit'Clubs
I 1 I Lions Clubs Rotary Club and the Optimists and ofthOll.
the beautiful way to stop rustier ofeoslon withoUt pay a. offlcera
e He Is a former City Commissioner and Mayor of Cocoa i and Directors of Engineering, Legal. and Medical SocletJlI.The .

\l DtPUstogi'lliM Beach..._ 1 1e founder of our Nation and Government knew that
free society of "d owners "
It was Impossible to Have a
specific parcel of land could be verbally
lest and untill a
..,rWAf H. has lived In Brevard County for the past 11 years. described and physically delineated to the tolll exclusion of,
For this reason the Continental Congress
/ all other pl1'l'el.
rl deyisterritorles.
charged with -
committee
a
on 7 May. 1714. appointed
:' 49 Ho is an Air Force veteran and licensed pilot. for IUn. Ind Continental ID our Wettersongress
KEMpBRUSit >>I Oa 20 May, 1785, the adopted -.
o T ,. handwrltteD In Ib unique b, the ChiI!'
He was employed for 4 yeart at RCA/Cap Kennedy. nai 01 that committee. The plan was In that no pattern -
AWAYI tlmllar system existed or ever had existed -
: H. has first hand knowledge of our missile/space program lft1Whtre for it or any els* I" the world.; **. chlmaaa of that com.

I" ''i *. mittee and the originator of the Jefferson which enables
Thomas of Virginia.
fI wlpne you and 1 to own land was

rM L The office of County Surveyor was created by Article S,
5188 to H. U a member of the Brevard Civilian-Military Halation Section e, of the Constitution of the State of Florida which
1 YOUR ratified by the Constitutional Convention of tWo Until
war
CHOICE OFe Council. the Florida State Legislature' petted the registration law for
24 COLORS land surveyor In 1931, the only land in this I State
Derusto enamailzed spray primes, headed the 1960 United who enjoyed official status were the County Surveyors.
.. finishes, beautifies, protects any S H. Fund for Brevard County.
type of metal surface with JUST It I Ia my Intention and my purpo to restore public
and pmtige to the of County Surveyor
ONE COAT. tjjjt Tom his attractive wife and their recognition land
Kenney. Peggy two and to reduce the Individual cost of surrey In Brevard '
AIM Kill*!. In MS*) Thomas Jr.. I and County. I propose to accomplish theM goal by the policies '
I BiH, pint it iniM-tii, *errsFACTORY r j sons Dudley, 4 live la Cocoa and program enumerated herein and by eontclenttous personal
Beach. effort, not by trying to turn back the page* of historyor
PAINT by the creation at another governmental bureau to bur.
..
overburdened taxpayer.Will .
den an already'
OUTLET INC.Baldwin .
you Join to this effort by casting your oU on November
"
Shopping Center Political advertisement paid for by the campaign third for C. C. lobo Brevard County SurYf'Of1Pd.
treasurers Kenneyfor
It' """" ,, ..' ,,_... ", Congress Committee.
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to tile tMtod Stales resakleg mt tM1f t__ .S ....,.s..e s1m
G. I. Loan Foreclosure
$10 Million hem tile payment of leangearastee
ExpansionFor MMe C'if froM de- .
heR wi direct VMHM under rtf r .
Modified Ito.s'
By Congress
crsMancee Hi which waiver '.
now h denied by Uw Veterans

Moon Program'sSpacecraft I CM. W. R. ftwtMff, Vtteft cMmed against than \1tie Srctflc8y. .the taw provides

I Ser'rlee ONieer tar llrevat41 Oa.trsty .. \ttoramdminMra4Mi.; that where there tin been a Jf-
Ft Mkyc Mat many Iapk4ee.... In some earn, tercHumre f1I11/t/ aM less fit yswpenty. the
WC trade By VMfPftM who nwwCU. proceeding had bom em*>fetd AdmMlsorir" may waive. rt- I TUESDAY I WEDNESDAY COUPON SPECIALS
BuildingBids lease hi etMr States andw'he '* In their former state wMnmt cowry If be deretlt+Mea, "Tbat
MW work I* MM* 0wMy, apparent notice to tile vHvran. the dctarit arose out of com
wMttag. to K&OW www w ystauM The Congress of *e United psitlag I'M8MII wttttowt task on : SWIFTS ICE CREAMFamous
mill be opened ThursdayNov I'oratnry area to serve as a clean tile Canaveral DMrict: Office' do when settled vy Iw sates passed r", MklH In the the part o( Ww Veteran or that
( 5)) on a $10 mUHon expaa- room for spacecraft malfunction This work Is for rewirftctag V.A. Mat the pIIf''IWIH' eI> tbe* butt Newton of Congress which\ I cflHwtim of the InctebtedneswowM
Lion of the Manned Spacecraft Investigations, Approximate I three miles of the Wilson\ Triee f nnf'r' Iwwea had oofawted pwMw 11'11''aj'ff (( recovery otherwise wort a severe Gold .
Cmf
Operations Building in the Na I cost of the work is $90,000. vile! road on Merritt Island between and tile amount due was being from veterans 01 IfWOW fnfH1!IS hardship upon the \veteran. C
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tional Aeronautics and Space Third bid opening announced the Indian River and the -- Half Ooflw niortd 4 9
Administration's Merritt Island I by the Canaveral District will Wilson Intersection. Estimatedcost 0 flavor -
moon launch area. be held on Nov, IJ at 2 p.ra. at I Is $5,000. 0
The Canaveral District of the I I Banking Here Is :! .
U S. Army Corps of Engineers, I COUPON tmmraaq
design and construction agency' v '
for NASA's John F. Kennedy I IA Ia FLOOR RUNNER
Space Center, will open the bids An EducationIn
at : p.m. at Schraftt's Carriage
M '->. hfty .ty
c
House Cocoa Beach.
Expansion of the building already I N plaids 4tc Veto. 2
the largest In the Industrial Complete :
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complex of the moon ;,;;;:;' -
launch area will add 148,000
square feet to the JM.OOO square Service! M aiTHgBniiBS COUPON
feet of HOOT area already In the A -

building. late next It'. tlmpW .i AIC to leak.. vase a.soay grew Shaving Mirror
When completed
year, the new parts of the build arrange a ItW-elit bas Mr by chick .
Ing win provide NASA wUi additional when yg bank for*. Ttwt and many ether kink.Infl } J .14.I 4 '
areas for checking out .nlce.l .u l| under eM rH, ,1I..Jllt "" mpnffCfsq 16c
the command, service and lunar t.III! .t Itc.MmH .
excursion modules of the >aid wow"hen wd,. IlqV
three-man Apollo spacecraft, Your Banking Needs Are Our Business
along with additional administrative -
and engineering space. j anwBug COUPON nnroawK
The work will Include a 174- Loans Checking Accounts Auto Loans A -
foot westward extension of the SHAMPOO CAPE
high bay area of the building Safe Deposit Boxes Homo Improvement FULL I
which will be used for space-
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craft 179-foot assembly addition and on testing the west; a Loans Time Sayings and Regular Savings [ SERVICE for Nwidy.11..preteetfve..,..'.... 4tlllt.plttl. C

end of the adjoining four-story DANICI ate U. Yelvt,
laboratory and control area; a Accounts. IL"" ",_""__,,, _.ssuI .I
;7-foot extension to the east F
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and a 27-foot addition to the
control area; a 177-foot extension COUPON I trmr'FASTEETH
to the east and a 277.foIJt -- '
addition to the west of the Paid On Time Savings Accounts
three-story administrative and ,
engineering area on the north We Paid On All Other Dtntiire. ", "..
side of the building; and additions I O 2-a..ss.- .Ie41 C a
to the one-story service l Savings Accounts Rt|. 47tUmll
area on the south side of the
building.Two Ilr Start Saving Now. ? Every Payday! ( 1 with coupon| thru Wtd U1.).
enclosed corridors will 1t
be built to connect the second
CLOSER TO GOALBrevard County United Fund
and third floors of the administrative uiittj COUPON
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office campaign is $3.000 closer to its 1964 goal of $364,000
area with and the engineering laboratory and with the donation of this check from the Martin North Brevard's Oldest and Largest National Bank

. control area.Additional. Company. O. E. Tibbs (right), company vice president Dow Handi-Wrap
parking aeras will and Canaveral Division general manager, pre- FIRST
be built south of the building tomake sents the check to N. B. Chase, chairman of the YOUR IN .."' ..., Illsglsq. feat
( up for parking space lost United Fund AMR Corporate Division. Martin Canaveral FINANCIAL First National I Bank -blq" 100-ft. rtll 2 3cwra
by the new construction. the largest missile contractor at Cape Ken N NAMEPLOIIDA ..,. Itc.iLlmlt .
Known originally as the Operations nedy, also donated the time of three executives to R ST FIRST INMember I run miMH .".. W4 tllrnsrair) _
and Checkout Building. help coordinate the annual campaign. This check OGRESS 'IItUSVILLI. (Jffl.frit ffB>ffl)Ttt! fett ttft'ttft Jit Ml M
the Initial structure completedthis brings to $10,500 the amount contributed by Martinin ,. ." R..,rvMtmbtr tvdem SERVICEk
summer cost $7.75 million.A the last five years. Ptdtril Deposit IntwrtiM' Corp. COUPON __
$1.2 million project Is now
under way to build the third

floor engineering In the office administrative area.A and ** << f-\ ft IeIe /"% ij AJAX CLEANSER

second bid opening dealing III H-... Ctn.. t
with the same building will beheld -, 1 : 13'
17ra
Wednesday (Nov. 4) at 2p.m. Re-Elect 11

: at the Canaveral District rneit" 1 aw.w., .M........ 1111'
Office of the Corps of Engineer > ir rn ini tm ini"CT jint ICTratMBiUntmilu
on Merritt Island This work Is

for modifying part of the lab- ; m nk niTOT COUPON a im id ii'k' iitt'flte"MAN'S '

Rugged I I James H. Pruitt : PILLSgift


Kk { .f 40_
TricksOr 59c
let. 11.01Itft

/ $ MWM Mr* W<4. 11/41
Treat ;

.CREENLAWN, N.Y. (AP) _
A 47-year-old mother has been I ,l / ___ .00 COUPON x..

observation : y X- SCRUB BRUSH
Ing out ant poison pellets to i
Halloween trlck-or.trcaters. AT FLORIDA-AlthouRh 1( Ht.vy duty rash" ,. C
;Helen Pfeil, Long Island secretly planning to mar* f1 lb., Mfwk krihHlnH 16
housewife and mother of two ry another man, Kim Novak ) % u. V.III..

teen-age sons and a married I pretends to respondto t oiM, MM" Mvtf WM ../..
daughter, was arrested Saturday Laurence Harvey's
after a parent spotted the lovemaking In this scene *

pellets In a candy bag his from "Of Human Bond. __. COUPON rmrtffJta'JJIMOUTH_ __. _.
youngster brought home. age", wihch starts Sun. i
Mrs. Pfeil, charged with endangering day at the Florida The ( X- I CEPACOLHI
the health of a minor atre. di I WASH. 1
was ordered committed Sundayto
Central blip State Hospital! I \ I-M. '.',Ie- *
Victor J. or. I lets as a prank. Suffolk County \
by District Judge I police continued to alert parent I I wuld Ilk' t. th."" 'W, the M.,1.' If 1",4 C.-f. ter the ,,1.11,.. If having" send. a yeas .... N. 35
eera. said Mrs. Pfell told in the area although 12 pellets hats Rtprticntitlv In tN L ."' line Jnv.rr .* ''''. I hose b*... pod and g..tstul lee /M1 op.pahmity "- I II
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Police .. .
II I tthMI" I M MOMA !>") w. It/
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end H she andMIr" ado In eschews i paeiti't Id
them she out a dozen pel- were recovered. ""1' > M frtntt mt through yen t. i r" wr f* pl*
gave
-- public .*fic. among these, 4 years It Ceewlleson .( the City t* la 0(111. and one term il HI Meyer. Ui

I IQexatO PAST PIRPORMANCI II MY PLATFORM I hen w.rk'4 hard t. *W.lnt adpvH. l lirl*. fee 'junwuTflTB- COUPON ''_
g
RIVER I ear t *chr., .ntf .(im shmeM. In thli >I,W Isari kM .,ffln,.
INDIAN CLOTHES HANGERS

I have werkd hard N further ivy t4uc..1, ...,,4.,4. *t State and Ctvnfy l I.nt., having" had the .-.11.
privilege, M lilt,...,... the Mil lt.f .,..,... ear Iravard Jailer. CstIeg., ,.,. J req. *f 4, /fat twhprat
kk } pls l +eis Cesew 24'
I h.v washed bard 0. palb' btt.r raids far marl C.-f", and mash has been ...."" 11..... 'h1Mb pert et Nsai
DRUGSTHI '"'" area. These I., .bw.e.r. mesh man .. k dew.I I Kean I oss' ....-.11'.

-k ditll crlnv f* r*"...n( tft*.r4 C"wn y'( slides end week hard t. fill MM serfs *f vf p.*.<.. .BtfflLBILRLa
ONLY RIXALL DRUG STORI IN N. 1RIVARO -\(
.. *'I... --j'_. Sol_- 1..1.*_II.., CIt y w COUPON ,_
India Ri r Im, fltnt Pa MM s...ft W I'..." Ctwttt l. KM Out Mat IINIORITY, MAI SUN IITAilllMIO. r- ---J
nI. steal pains, ....... M ..,..... ... _It. A. S.n/w/ .........".., I base bean hnevd w"* apalnb OYEN
RESTAURANT SPECIALS kk maids t. t"er1. ._", Itt... lit Nw L.gld.tws. and base kM and Pe aese bM ,..,............ .. the EASY.OFF C1'
Naves, IfMM.PROVIN.
WEDNESDAY
MONDA TUESDAY Ie
C P.M. TO 1:15 P.M. ONLY -et. J__ 49
PIRPORMANCI, INVALUAtlt IXPIRIINCI' YIARIOP HARD WOU,DIDtCATlOM
kk AND ACCOMPLIIHMINT All CONTRIBUTIONI NO PRIIHMAN IIOIUATOR CAN MAKI .." tit
FRIED FISH *."'M I aid_Wmi.*. MM
ITALIAN kk Yaw .... a4 ....,....... ...., I, will M deeply ...,H'w.' -\(

On Toasted Bun I
SPAGHETTI KffljgHt M COUPON'
(TARTAR SAUCI) I RE-ELECT JAMES H. PRUITT .

TOSSED SALAD COLE SLAWS I DRY CLEANING FLUID
(CHOICI OP DRIISING) I STATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESDEMOCRAT
FRENCH FRIES : T Fill Pint C.II..tre-
GARLIC BREAD i GROUP N.. I 11 elltorhl, -ttIt seIqIMI' C

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cbainaas. Ie MfIplU"'"ss seei 6seerth. .atte. <4. MM.*MM...se. Calm OJ

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I Mims News --I II I I, Ail Ev WOpy/LOVE


J 4 p,I;' r V rfpll
y Mrs. Gladys Mclendon of Tampa are visiting their .dt
AM M24S daughter and son-in-law and .. JUNILhCoil
Injured In Fall grandchildren Rev. and Mrs.

Mrs. Lyance UWejohn, while Joseph Bryant Joe Jr., I fef.
fcorseback riding recently, had Andrea and this week.

the very unpleasant experience
of being thrown from her horse Last Sunday Mr. and :Mrs. e
In falling she broke her collar- Roland Webb and son, Chris,
bone in three places. Mrs. Lit had a steak cook-out at their 'f sJ
tlejohn has been hospitalized this home Those enjoying the hospitality '"

past week for treatment She of the Webb were Mr.
las been released, but will be and Mrs R. J. Brough, Mr. and ,r YH
confined at home until time to Mrs. Charles Roberts, Mr. and
have the silver plate removed Mrs. J. C. Johnston Sr. and :Mr. ?
that was necessary to fix her and Mrs. J. C. Johnston Jr. and r e o

boulder, when she will once children Wayne and Marcia.

again be in the hospital
Receives Discharge

,) Last Friday evening following Philip Chapman, who has re
the football game, the young cently been discharged from the
e people of the First Baptist U.S. Navy after serving four ,
I Church of Mims, met at the years aboard the ship U. S. S. (p
: church, where they were served Power, spent this past week
a I spaghetti supper, which had with his sister and brother-in
: .r been prepared and was served law Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stewart,

by the church ladles. Later who lives at Webbs trailer Wttclf nee IS i' ttorlf1 7EftherWayWith
about 45 or 50 young folks accompanied Court lie left the 28th for Free-
.. by Mr. and Mrs. burn, Ky., where he wil1! visit
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Mr. and Mrs. Ho- -- -
Larry Bierman, Mr and Mrs. his parents

: Romey Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. man Chapman. He will returnin CHECK GROWTH Oliver Finch, fall trimester with an enrollment of L.B.J.

Lee Ross, George Edleston and a couple week to report for Registrar at Brevard Junior College, 3700 students, 1200 of whom are desig
'
.1 Rev. Joseph Boatwright, took work here. is shown displaying an enrollment nated as day students and 2500 who are
the church bus to Sanford, chart of past enrollments of the collegeto at five
pursuing evening courses centers -
a Arriving Mr. and Mrs. Johnny T e w
where they enjoyed bowling.
Miss Emma Walker, Social Science which the Junior College main
back in Mims Saturday and children, Tina and Lee,
morning the chaperones got have moved from their home in Instructor at the college. The college tains throughout Brevard County Tk. man at the lunch counter stirred His coffee then poked a finger

e busy and cooked up a big Indian River Heights to Slo- recently ended registrations for the at Hi* man with the LBJ button.

e breakfast of barn, pancakes and comb, Ala. Where Johnny will
hot chocolate. Although they work for a furniture manufacturing "It's not Ibat I'm against Lyndon" ho said "I Just don't know where
e were an tired and sleepy they company. Mrs. Tew is h. ittndi"
I bad, bad a wonderful time. the former Janice Rich, daughter INCREASE SHIPPING DECREASE TAXES
,I of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rich
I = )Ir. and Mrs. W. J. Matures of Mims. "Woll he' for the poor" said the LBJ button.

I ELECT
"And who wouldn't bo If he could save 14 million on a lifetime's

Law Liberalizes Pensions arcing of $500.000", said lb. coffee drinker.


: : Col W. H. Boshoff, Veterans I have to be filed with the V.A. WILLIAM H. (Bill) CLARKFOR "That was Just good business sense." said the LBJ button.
( ; Service Officer for Brevard Comity :In each case where a change is
1 that H.R. 1927 of theI merited.
I Congress, says of the United States, "You can't take that away from him." said the coffee drinker. "Lyn

\ signed into law by President HAPPY don minds m* of my landlord talks about good doodt In church on

I Johnson on Oct 18, 1964, will affect Sunday, but ho won't repair the leak In my roof
e many veterans and their BIRTHDAY CANAVERAL PORT AUTHORITY

4 Widows in this county. Tuesday, November 1 "You're not going to hold It against him that Lady Bird owns those

i r Notable changes in the law W. II. Bell REPUBLICAN NOVEMBER 3 hacks and collects rent on them. They're to beat up It lust Isn't worth
: what is and what is not
affects "
F. H. White putting down any good money to fix them up.
"outside income" limiting V.A.
Under the existing Lawson Kaiser Pol. Adv. Paid for by William H. Clark
.i Jaw pensions., veterans and widows pensions Oliver Carter "True enough", said the coffee drinker. "But I had something.1..

are granted on a sliding Fannie A. Nauman In mind Now take civil rights Lyndon wouldn't even stand up against

:. scale depending upon what Pamela Elizabeth Hurlbcrt lynching when he was Just a little old senator. But when he wanted to

:a :' other widow Income has. the This veteran provision or Dolores Patricia Seaman Thomas I ORLANDO DIRECTORY III j more into the Whit. House, he called the ADA boys and they whipped him

up a civil rights bill which sits the
a. has been liberalized by exemptIng November government right In your front parlor.
Wednesday,
from classification\ as "in FLOOR COVERINGDo The Fed can tell you who to hire, who to feed and who to open the doors ,

.. come" Ten percent ((10*) oft George Ford AUTOS IMPORTED OFFICE EQUIPMENTThe to. This I* kind of funny from a man who was booming about States Rights
Yourself and SavalWALL
It
a payments to an individual under Sammy Strickland
TiLl FLOOR before he got bit by the Presidential bug.
retire Renault &
I. any public or private Mrs. Lula Futch Peugeot
Central FlI'a. Largest Stock of
4, went, annuity or pension plan, Dexter Partelow Silt A Service Aiphalt, Vinyl, Most Compute Dliplayof
:: Including Social Security. David Halncs Plaitle Cork Tile Office Equipment and "A man can change his mind." said the LBJ button angrily.
Office Supplies In This Area.
Rente Motors
Willis Thomas TROPICANA TILE AND
:t cite veteran w. bans a ulwmaa la
To an example, a your
t.. draws (87.00 per month Social Joan PumphreyJohn I4' Boon St Orlando FLOOR COVERING area even 4a" "More coffee said the coffee drinker, then he turned back to the
Savarle Jr. '04 N. Orange Bishop Office Equip. C., Inc.
.* Security, or $1044.00 per year. Peggy Savable Quality limed Import Orlando 423-7471 two B. Colonial Dr OrUnd LBJ button "Sure. a man can change his mind. I admire him for that.

Seeing his income is in excess Hugh E. Wicker OA l-Mul Collect But take Lyndon. He's as consistent as a revolving door. You can change
of |1000.09, heretofore he would AUTO SALIS A SERVICE FLOOR COVERING mind
Lois Bray your honestly but can't be both sides of
you on
i pot get J90! .00 per month V. A. a question at the
r: Brenda Wright Orlando Motors Inc. ORGANS same time.
pension but would have been CARPETS BY LEE'S
cut down to ITS.00. Under tho '
411 N. Orange Blossom Trail
a.stew law 10 percent of his KtrtiUn A Cabin CratU CONN ORGANS "Now I got you" laid the LBJ button "Just name one time when
CA 1.2611Dodg.DartDodge
,, f 1044.00 is exempt, so therefore Truck Draperies. Cuitom MdFn Lyndon talked out of both sides of his mouth.
his "Income" is reduced from TELL Flat-Jaguar A Mercode.-Bnt DMortllnt lorvloe I
; $1044.00 to $939.60, thus making BARNESDrap.ry ; "i
him eligible for the full pension THEM "Wo Sorvlco What Wo Soil" A Floor Covtrlngi, Ine "I got you.laid the coffee drinker with a grin. 'Tot's take 1960.

of $90.00. AUTO SALIS A SBRVICI 2008 N. Orange Orlando 5.3487FURNITUR Lyndon ran on two platforms then, the National Democratic platform and

U. i ABOUT IHAVERTY'S Keyboards, Inc. she Texat platform Around the country he was calling for legislation to
r Another beneficial change is SIMPSON MOTORS Organ Specialist Sine 1937
that under the new law all PLYMOUTH VALIANT 501 N. Magnolia A.. make state rlght-to-work laws illegal In Texas he was calling for right-to-

ee earned Income of a veteran's .ELCOME CHRYSLER 54 Store Buylna Power Orlando 241-574 work because it was necessary to the free enterprise
:; wife is not counted against him I( Salol Save You More
SHOPJohnny
as "income." Under the old < WAGON Part and Srvlco 100 Mile Free Delivery PAWN "That's' "
Used Car Just one said the LBJ button."Thtt'f ,
Low Term
law, a wife's Income was Easy
It nil know of a tasty ache kn 1020 N. Or.n,., Orlando Open Mon. A Frl Nltti til 9 p.m
from
classed Gentile'sPawn
exempt being as
Just send 'In
GA 2-4141
bo
your community
his Income up to 120000. Under lure to till then about Welcome/ Orlando 421 N. Orange CH 5371 all you asked for. But how about this? In 1960 he ran on a
v the new law, all earned Income Wigon.They will be dtllitiM wnk AUTO SALIS A SIRVICI ShOp national platform which wanted to end the depletion allowance. But in
of the veteran's wife is the biskit of lift and helpful Eilab. I Year
GUNS Texas he
Informitioa tiny will naive tron supported a platform which called for continuing the depletion
A Trade Anything
exempted from classification as W* Buy, Sell
r his "income" which are too our muniy hoiUu traditional, s tymbol bo of pltaUp the eon. Orrtioae PRAGER'S Gun, TV, Camera Radio, etc allowance Nationally, Lyndon was for sin-In demonstrations In Texas,

lengthy to set out in one article. loll any .11 f' (YRWCIES. ] GUN SHOP I 1122 W. Church, Orlando, he wanted them stopped by the law so private property would be protected

This new law becomes effective NEW A USED FIRE ARMS GA S-4015 To the) Northern folks, he said he was for school desegregation In Texas,
1 January 1, 1965. Until then, WelcoYa laea..oY. I Ntw Trunk Vied Truck he
t.Dothtng can be done. Pam servos Bought Sold Traded. PET SHOPS ran on a platform which said it should be left up to local school authorities

md 'SUPERIOR GMC TRUCKS, INC. Scope 17 07 N.Mounted Mill In the North, he asked for more power for the Federal boys In the
267 0702WUCOMI ,,.
Veterans in Brevard Ph 416-8061 Orlando
:e County .rrrrrrrr..emr+ I Orlando 425.9653 LAKE BARTON South he Hid amen to those who called the Federal power a menace. You
further information ,
wanting on MCWCOMUU IIWPM FIT SHOP
AUTO SALIS A SIRVICI Interested merer
these important changes may UM WI M M r BM BM*se S
km.AMmn. Il I HEALTH FOODSCHAMBERLIN Complftto line Pet I
contact Co!. Boshoff at any 10- I COLLIER AUTO SALESControl Supplies, Grooming "Left go fishing" said the LBJ button.
e' time, at his office, 317 Washing I NATURAL 277-3033 1-, I
'a ton Avenue, or phone 267.2731 Flo'*. Loading Doalor FOOD STORE
i I
: 5414 I. Colonial Dr.. Orl.ndeTMTthUf Paid
Pol.
Adv
for By
: during office hours, or at his Studebaker Lark BMW I ..
Vitamin food .
I special dietary Mm A.. ra. .
I home 2671463, after office Q fl.-.N..km Mil M lie M....... Mew IO Eat N. Orange Soloctlon, Orlando,*l 415404Tromondoui Used for allergic, diabetic, saltfreereducing Ie ..._- Coldwater For President Committee _
hours I -< km K-*- II lie I I and gaining' weight,
Star-Advocatt Import. tchiff, Thompson, Hoffman end PLATING ELECTRIC
Veterans affected by these j I 1053 N. Orange, Orlando rthers..

l' changes ought to get in touch nit wt MUPM end Ml kt OmMlM I AWNINGS I Mall Order Box 1646 '
CBNTBAl lLOStlDAFLATINO pON
N with him before the 1st of January Dad? I U I. Church, Orlando. 424-7M ) .-'.. Sr 1'OUTAU4t
rrrrrurrre..eeNELECT Aluma-Kraft Awning Inc. Mt
; as an application will :
MERCHANDISE Cadlum k1atl.e Cbrome 1 ( .
er MARQUIIS PATIOS 811... Nickel copper &awNuA1np r( .y1ad

..... B. 19. CMD1r Manufactured SCRIIN ENCLOSURIS In Orlando HERMAN'S LOAN 800 W. Central a.eI: Ave La..Mrt.. Orlando.
Call Collect "Central Florida1. Oldest" GA42350RELIGIOUS
No Down Payment
Established 121

tof 41) Brookliavofi Free litlmato Dr., OrlandoINSTRUCTION Jewelry, Luggage, Diamond, ITEMS
GA 2-413' Gultar-Cmrai-Radloi-Cun*
27 W Church, Orlando, 4224041 ORLANDO BIBLE
EQUIPMENT AND BOOK STORE
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I FULL LINE OP MISS CHARLOTTE ROBINSON The Power of the W.,.,"
.. Welcome You At Specializing In Bible. Religious '
.II"- r Earth Moving Equipment ROBINSON MUSIC CO. Books, Gifts and Sunday School

... l mlldama Construction PIANO \ Supplies.Cash or Mail ft"ro&'u; ; *.

r e+ A Equipment Co.ii Specialists H E. Church. Orlando, 422-1S07 Jl
f Sal. A Rentals
... f 134 W. Church Sale TRAVEL BUREAU

::. REriBLimflDIDlTETiTUEFLOR1DILEGISUT11I Orlando 4314474 Rentals

ILICTRICAL SUPPLIIS Service ...... Sunniland
: LT- Exclusive dealer for \t.u.
.$ Travel
Complete Selection Of Kimball Kranlrh.Bach. .,1$1J ..
GROIP2R. Lighting Fixture. And Krakauer & other fine pianos ",_ Bureau

EXPERIENCE Wiring Supplier At Robinson Music Co. Air Bu *. StMnihtp Tick tTours.

M Wholeeale Priced 410 N. Orango, Orlando, Fla. Cruise World Wide
1 SIMONET ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 424-244J CH 1-5321- E. Pine. Orlando
1200 N. Mill
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TRUCK SERVICE
Orlando 415-24M OFFICE SUPPLIES I
W. GRADY 1 JACOB'S TRUCK SERVICE, leeCemplst. I

If you have rental PENNEY'S BOOK STORE, Inc For Trucks. Alignment- Trailer Service, Frames ''boo

r.ve vet Open An Day Saturday Front Axle Straightened
housing list it in General Repair liporloncod -
: f
t One .f Orlando' Met Complete Mechanic $IIU
Line of Office Supplle 1341 Wathiitffton St. OrUltd
.WHGRITY ACCOMPLISHMENTPd. I The Star-Advocate! 4254UO
17.1t W. Pin. Orlando, 432-3454
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I I ,,..; ; ,'." ;:,' ': Brevard; Teachers' Groups Take Stand On AmeHRienls I

s The Board of Directors of the ber Two which- deals with a fund has, throughout\ years I|!.end. Tioeay Inn from lI.n 011O.
Brevard .
-t-- '' Teachers' County Classroom ,kmgw term f for the Board of been given to the state lit Florhta 00 so tfcet ftwMrid apply on I the
: School Administrators'Association Association and UM I Control for the exclusive we of _,080.00 beyond tee first 12... I
Endorsed Amendment NunvThree public schools, 080.90.
announced Friday their! endorsement I
wfcfeii gives' an extensionof A
c.'I of five constitutional stand! was akn taken in
>I' amendments dealing with education time limits for ear marking support of Amendments' Number -
; motor vehicle tax for schools. Five, Six and Thirteen.
I .,The passage of this amendment Five and Six five to certain
The opposition two groups to voiced Amendment vigorous to essential to Florida's\ school counties the right to decide byreferendum Printing Needs!
; building program. whether or not to
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Number 4 which
eliminates the
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Opposed Amendment
Number .appoint a superintendent\
permanent school fund See The
t Four. Spending State School Amendment Number Thirteen,
,:,.. The educational took
groups Fund for
Capital Outlay: The which the people of Sarasota
>;,, <>,'I:" action'on the following amendments two iJ'OOPSlrif'd defeat of this County have already approved, Star Advocate
:t 1f} Endorsed amendment because the Interest I would allow Saraaota County to
". Ii.4 ----Amendment- ----Num from the principal of this shift the application of Home
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w NOVEMBER 2 THRU 6It's


Our ANNIVERSARY


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Ir f I IS The Directors Officers and Staff Cordially
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: e b br To Participate In Our

Gala Celebration!
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GOING UP A Gemini two-man spacecraft, the Range. The test flight is planned to be the final test
. first fully equipped model, is hoisted into the ser of the NASA Gemini space craft and the Martin Gifts ?
vice tower above its Titan II launch vehicle priorto Company-built Air Force Titan II before the initial
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being mechanically mated for a ballistic flight manned orbital mission presently scheduled for the AND RIMIIHMINTIIVIRYCNII
later this year down the Air Force Eastern Test first quarter of 1965. POR ,ir
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My qualification to represent My qualifications to represent 4'
you on the reboot board at a businessman you on the school board a. an .du.
are based upon the following a cator include the following
put experience
Bachelor I of Arts and

Mayor of Melbourne Master of Arts Degrees t r
WIN! WIN!
City Commissioner t WIN!
I Beautiful
Lightweight
Former High SchoolTeacher
Business Man of Science 23 inch Console Portable Personal,
r Television Portable
President of Rotary Club and Mathematics Television '
,. Radio!
Set! Set!
Chairman of South _
I Former hool
Brevard Cancer Drive +
AdministratorFormer r +
Associate Director of Fund

Drive for South Brevard t College Professor

Crippled Children's Clinic OUISS
THI TOTAL .
Steward in Methodist John F. Turner Member National School Jt AMOUNT ON DIA .
POSIT AT CITIZINS +'
Church Born. Lakeland. Fla. 1909 AssociationThe 1 BANK At OP THE ClOSIOf MI
I + BUSINIIS. TUISDAY, NVIMBIR 1,
four will be the crucial in the of Bre 1 |, W4. Infer .e df.n a lIs
history
next years most a. rue lib*. Intry blentu.satiable!!
vard County: Schools. During this time, the exploding population will .I Cltlttni Bnk. InlrU mud be M c
4.p.ilu4 In Btnk by 2:00: P.M.Tu..d.r, w +
propel the school system from its present moderate size Into a very N.vmbr I, IH4.Wlnn .
large urban type of operation. This transition must be achieved; efficiently tt rt Te S. Ann.in<*4 Friday, N.e. 0th

and economically with a thoughtful balance between the 4 { o TO HILP YOU Dolts COMICTLY HERS All
demands of the and the needs of our children. During this ,, CITIZINS BANK DMOSIT1 PROM PSiVIOUS YEARSi
taxpayer : [ N vtmbr 1, 1W4 $ I3.2/011 N.vemb.r J. 1140 1.S711*0.11
period of rapid expansion your interests will be served by an experienced A ; Nevembar 1, Hit .. 311111.01 N.v mb.r J, 11St J.WJ.SU 71
Nevemb.r I, 114. Mlt.UMl N.v.mb.r 1. Wt 0,13,713
school board member. N.v. I, IUJ 0,1stslt.ls t,
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Prior to your electing me to my present term on the school I .5 SPECIAL SPECIAL EVENT

board I spent eight years attending board meetings as a Interested I On Our .EVENTT North Brevard Amat"* Radio So* .'
observer. During this time I m'ssed only two meetings.My ... Nov. 3rd cUly Will Be In The Lobby Tue. Nov
Come io the Cake Cutting 3 To Send Short Wave Menage To
goals for the school board during this period of rapid and + Ceremonies 11 A. M. Your Friends.

accelerating change are as follows: C SPECIAL EVENT

the of Mon. Nov 2 and Tu.... Nov. 3
No. 1. Increased efficiency in management
For NEW DEPOSITS IN EXCESS OF $50.00
school finances.No. I The Noted Artist! ED STEVENSON
I I win sketch a beautiful pistil' portrait of you. a wonderful gift. 44
2. Continued elevation of school standards so that I
the children of Brevard County will receive an t PLAN NOWI] COME TO OUR OPEN

education second to none. HOUSE ANNIVERSARY PARTY!


No. 3. A long range program of school construction

designed to assure that the children of Brevard I CITIZENS; BANK

County will never again have to be on double
sessions.No. Riverside at Broad w *BTUusvill.

.'. Oldest b Largest BankMond.
4. Improvement of school libraries. M.",.b.rt

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RE-ELECT JOHN F. TURNERto


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BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION .

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back home Mrs. of Titus -are cordially Invited to consider: the new proposed I 1 I unanimously approved. The
the
are again taken over by City commended the committee
by M r a. meeting :
by-laws, presented I
Permits Breedlove Is vice-president of vffie. 'I, an excellent'
the for doing
of
County Building the Indian River City Garden WI7M Strvke Guild James Plumb chairman
By-law Committee which were Job.
I TturUf dub The Wesleyan Service Guild .----_. -

Club.Mr. Mrs. Paul E. Mann president of the Indian River City Methodist

and Mrs. E. R. Young, of the Indian River City Tourist Church met last Tuesday at

For Week Total $774,520Three parents of Dr. Glen Young, Club, again wishes to remind the home of Miss Jane Roberts.

are visiting their ton and his members and prospective members Business was conducted by the

family. The Youngs are from that the first meeting of president, Mrs. Delores Snyder.

Indian Bainbridge, Ga. and will be the 1954-1885 season will be a The members decided to 100/0
TitusvUle for
$15,300 an
of a million Westwood Manor home. ,
quarters here until next
week.
Joe Schreckenguast, Titus River Plantation Estates home.R. Pot-Luck supper at 6:00: change their meeting night to

dollars In building permits ville, $12,000 for an Indian River R. Emig, Barna Building, next Wednesday evening, p.m.1 the 4th Tuesday of each monthat

were issued In the County Zon Plantation Estates home to Titusville, $19,000 for a Sherwood Roger Wilson, S-year-old son ,,4, In the Civic Center. 1 8:00: p.m.

Ing'Ocrtce last week. be built by John Beach, Titus Estates home to be built of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Wilson of Members and participants in The program "The Tree of

ville. by Broyhill Development Corp., 805 Cleveland Road, celebrated ,this supper are asked to bring Life Bears Fruit," was present. DISCOUNTOn

Last week's totals, $774,520 to James Hickey, 1303 RonaldSt. Box 1555, Tltusville. Friday with a combined birthday their own table service: and a ed by Miss Roberts.

be txact, were much better Titusvllle for a I and Halloween party at his service spoon for the dish of Members attending were Mrs.
$18,400, I
than the permit business has Sherwood Estates home to be home. Mrs. Wilson, as hostess I food they bring. This Club Is Fern Boyles, Mrs. Elise

been in earlier weeks this mon built by Claude Marlowe. 755 Cleveland Road, Whispering served cake and ice-cream: !without doubt the most popular Shields, Mrs. Florence Eaton, All Purchases From

th. Frank Porwet, 202 Titus St., Lakes area, had as housegueststhis to Patti Martin, Joyce Hooks, I club for the Senior Citizens of' Mrs. Muriel Chrelst, Mn. De-

Fifty new homes permits, past week, their grand. Joan Marie Jacobus and Susan I this Community and those who, lores Snyder, Mrs. Helen Conrad

adding to $639,300, were responsible daughter, Mrs. William Robin Wilson. winter here. and Mn. Jane Rainey. Now 'Til ChristmasUSE
up
for most of the week's I.R.C. NEWS son, husband and son, Billy, I The next meeting will be heldon
from Columbus, Ohio. I Nov. 24 at the home of Mn.
activities through Thursday.Two Mrs. Lillian Stiles of Whispering W.S.C.S. Mutiny' I OUR LAYAWAY!
Also visiting with the Dorseysare Florence Eaton 445 Osceola
commercial permits, neither Pines Trailer Court Is backin The Women's Society of .,
in the North Brevard area, (Continued From Page 1)se. ) their daughter and Mrs. her home again. Last January Christian Service of the Indian Lane.

took care of another $57,500 Robinson's mother, Mrs. Cecil she went to visit with kinfolks River City Methodist Church B. B) Wafers
Irion her husband and their l Laws .v4
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worth and the miscellaneous In a short business meeting, children David In Georgia and she spent will hold Its monthly meeting at .

category rang up another $77"1 the group discussed their progress two youngest I the summer there. Lillian was the Church next Tuesday, Nov. A call meeting of the Indian
Lee. SHOES
729"U the overall total. in future programs and and Mary associated with the Indian River 3. The executive committee River City Woman's Club was MEN'S WEAR St
decided to
have
Irlons
The :
special good-turns as a patrol. City Library Association will meet at 9:30: am. with the held last Thursday in the Community Washington Hotel Bulldlnf
the North Brevard remain in Florida permanentlyand
Jading Thereafter the meeting was from its Inception In 1958 and general meeting being held a' Room of the River Downtown Tltuivlllo

share of activities were six permits turned over to Charles II. Williams Mr. Irlon Is now associatedwith David continuously helped the Indian 10:30.: Baby sitting will be avail I j Lanes Bowling Alley. ... ,.' .

for new homes Issued to ( who is working with the Dannenburg Realty. River City Library till it was able and all Christian women I Purpose of the meeting was .
and Lee attending
Robert M. Evans, HIS Oak Ter Mary are
Patrol on Merit Bodges.A Elementary. The Iri
race, Titusvllle, for Brikhaven Coquina
subdivision construction. One discussion was held on ons also come from Columbus,

of these permits was for $11,* Soil and Water Conservator.: Ohio and will soon be movinginto
and their with different
500, a second one for $12,000 experiments their own home.W"bhop .
of soil. A reminder
and the other four were for types 1vt.
was given to the membersof In
$18,400 each.Individual. Tampa
the patrol that they were to While attending a workshopIn

permits issued included meet with Mr. Anderson, teach. Tampa this week, Irene

er at Rivet-view School on Saturday Boshoff of 355 Ave.
W Coquina ,
Kenneth Malewicz, 111 Anna Fitness to work on their. Personal contacted Mrs Jean Helms, /
Program.Mrs.
Dr. Titusvllle, $15,200 for an Rae Freeman one of our old-time residents
Billy ,
Indian River Plantation Estates who migrated to Tampa last I
mother of Ed, served the boys
home to be built by Claude G. with refreshments of year. She was greatly Interested
gingerbread .
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Marlowe 1535 Hibiscus, Titus- in hearing about Indian '
hot
boys, doughnuts and
villa. River City Its citizens and theirdolrgs.
chocolates. Scouts of the Gator
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James Palm, 311 Bayvlew, Patrol are: Ed Freeman, Henry ---- .'.,

Tltusville. $16,200, for a homeIn Burgess, Glen Snyder, Bill Pen.nall ..........

Sherwood Estates to be built Wagner and Jay Ferguson. Mr and Mrs. M. F. Breed. /

by Claude Marlowe. love of 330 Pine Street, who
Cqleman Brothers 147 Anna H.us 0 sts spent the summer in and

Dr., Tltusville $12,200, for a Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dorsey,
around
W. Va.
Parkersburg, ,
IMITATION TO mn In your letter to Brevard County voters, you forgot to mention

.alad propoiali' will bo IMITATION! TO BID
rec -
Discharged From .lvod by the City of Tltuevllte, Sealed propoHla will be re.eelved your vote on one vital matter affecting Space. That was
Brnvard County, Florida' at the by the City of Tltuivllle.
Hospital; Falls office of the City Manager, City Brevard County, Florida at the
Hall Tlluivlll, Florida until offlre of the City Manea-or, City vote against the final of the Fiscal 1964 NASA
Arid Breaks Leg 11:00 AM., K8T.. November 10. Hall Tlluivllle, Florida, until your passage
1100 A,.... ,
1M4 at which tlma and plan : ROT November It
they will bo opened for the cnntruollon 1M4, al which time and place they '
of the Water Dlnlrl- will be opened for tho ronetruot- Authorization: (Funny how you conveniently forget your vot
Ray Chlldres of 4261 Beverly bunion Syatom enmnlete with all lon of the Bewato Collection 8y<.
111 appurtenant work for Wblip.rlnelkei. tem compute with all enDue.tenant
Street, a disabled World War
work for record times.
I Third Section, Brevard WhleperlngM ing at )
veteran, returned to his home .. Third Section, Brevard
and, after County.Bldder hall etate In Mlpropoial County, Florida.'
family a threeyearstay a cuaranttad data for Rich Bidder ahall late In Ma

West in a veterans hospital in bli completion bid.Plana. of all work covered by propone' a of aruarenteed all work covered date foreempiotloe by Of course you probably felt that this vote wasn't very important

Virginia. I IMt. fpoclfloatloni and Contract bli bid.Plane.
I Documents will bo own for peolfliatlona' and Contract .
Chlldres had the misfortune Inspection or may bo eeoured Document will be oven for to residents of Brevard County. Funny thing these Florida
of from the office of tbe Director of Inspection or may bo aeoured from
breaking his right led Public Wo.kl. City Hall Tllue- the of floe of the Director of Public
while getting off the plane at villa, Florida upon ptymtnt of Worka. City Hall. Tltuivllle. Democratic Congressmen felt it to be very important: Fuqua,
11600 whkh .ppro.lm.t the Florida upon payment of "6,00
McCoy Air Force Base in Or. noel ot reproduction and distribution. which approximate, Ihs coal of
lando. lie will have to enter reproduction and distribution. Herlong, Fascell, Rogers, Pepper, Sikes, Haley and Matthews.
A certified check or bid bond A certified check or bid bond lethe
BayPines Veterans Hospital In the amount of five per cent amount of five per cent II"*" )
In si! Petersburg for treatment 1191) of the baie bid amount will of the baae bid amount will be. They voted for it.
be required attached to all bids required attached to all bide eubmilted.
of the broken leg. ubmttted. .:
No bid mar be wltbdrawa fora No bid mar be withdrawn fora
I period' .f thirty lain day. afterIke period of thirty (SO) dave after a

IN ;.TUB! CIRCUIT COURT IN receipt enbudultd of blda cloilef tlm..tor the receipt the ecbeduled of 'bide elmla' time for. the Funny thing Senators Holland, and Smathers felt it to be
AJV rOR BREVARD COUNT, The City of Tltuevllle"' reeerveahe The City ..t TUuavlllOirtetrveethe
ri.CmoACHANCERT ( rl.hl to accept or reject any rl.ht to accept or reject any
B. CHRUTKNVKN.NO. "221JXJJCN allllM.or all bide and to waive Inform- or allllea all, bid and to waive Inform an extremely important issue. They voted for it.

rialatlff. CITY OF TITUiVILLBBy CITY OF TITUiVILLBByl
/Cleveland B. /11 Cleveland B.
iT -LA M. CHRIITEN8EN: TalmadR Talmadi'
attkfud.ah ('It, M.n..... Clly "' .n.... Twenty-three members of the House Space Committee voted
NOTICe Or ('11, of Tltu.vllle City of Tltuivtll
tOI STELLA M. CHRIMTEMENT : City HallTltuevlll. City HallTltuavllle
South Airport Road Florida Florida for it. and four members the
other of committee voted
j. Trevtrw Cllr, Mlohlaaa Nov. S (Moo) 1M4. Nov. I TOU ARE HEREBT NOTIFIED:
that a lull for dlvorc aaa beenflle&aiatnet
you In th. Circuit against it.
Court of the Ninth Judicial ClrruU -
,l. and. for Bnvard County

CHJUUTKNUKN.riojjdi. entitled. '.Chancery. ALLEN iTBLLA No.M B.CHH1HTENIIBN .. PANCAKE SUPPERFRIDAY The Chairman of the House Space Committee, CongressmanMiller

t r&: You
are lareby required to
..r'Y: a copy of your a...war or of California, voted for it. The Chairman of the Manned
etb WTIU. d.f.neee to tie
Complaint fund bereltt upon CARL NOV. 6
0. PI' atlff. and to file tbe orlfln.l ,
tbereot In the Offlc of the fl.rHef
tbe Circuit Court of Bnvard TRINITY
voted for itsHaving .
County, Florida, ." or before the .
1.21. dry of November A. D.. 1W4.
HgREIN FAIL NOT or a Doroo -

sa. mal Tn Fro cold rev COlI Complaint for f._tko will relief b. entered prayodor LUTHERAN CHURCH lived in Brevard County for 11 years I am sure you


tnevllle Ctatobrr BOND,!A Florida AND D. 1M4.ORDERED, this 'th day at TI.of 140 Mignoll AvanuoS can't fool our people with your voting record with your distortions


CLERK CURTIS Or R. BARNES TH8 CIRCUIT .nrlng S to S All You Can Eat with your baloney.
COURT, BREVARD
> COUNTY FLORIDA ADULTSI 7Sc CHILDREN SO.
Byi Y. I. Upantlor
Deputy Clark PUBLIC INVITID
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t9for.O Ilefng C4NWM Qi PS: Ed-Your money sources may be better than mine, but my


memory is better than yours. You also forgot to mention that you


voted against the Final Passage of the Public Works Bill which


Cordially WelcomesYou included funds for flood control, Port Canaveral and the Cross


State Barge Canal.
and Your FamilyTo


Your New Home! *S.. Pag 15303 ef tk. August 28. 19S3 lieu. ef the Congressional Record for eoaclvuslve -

Dorothy Sparling documentation of Mr. Gura ys* faulty memory.


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. County Title Still A Mystery; I IIt



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looks like the County Champtewhtp k going to be decided earlier intercepted a pat, stooping. Em CtaUt'v first drive..toward

|the night before Thanksgiving It was flung into a three-wajr the goal line Elchert playing on one leg, tile other Injuttji,
Jtie the night before Halloween, so maybe the eight before Christ played a good defensive game for MM Terriers On one play,

nas. somewhere in Brevard a county bead fcotball coach can l live Csltoway appeared beaded for pay dirt but David Ward
it down to the Christmas tree and open a package bearing the the last man between Calloway and the goal, put the stopper
anaveral Cup. t1U on him. R'

We're long past the midway nark but far from fading a "IJwit Limping Charlie Muggins pulled the same sort of pla "'els

I am to call the county champions Right now, it can go many II' Cowart Cowart intercepted one of Muggins passes and appeared
fays' gone but HuggiM. who war also playing with a bad ankj*,
toughed out the pain and hauled Cowart to tMlI'OUnd.
November II, Satellite Beach and Cocoa the two teams tied
Really was pleased with the Job Bill Hsrrtin and Don $tai &tJ
r the lead square off at Coooa A week later, Satellite comes
l' did, Hard Is a defensive linebacker and Stawell
played %'tH
iTituiville on Thanksgiving Eve But, if Melbourne knocks Cocoa '
at offensive guard and defensive guard _
the nest on Nov 6, the Thanksgiving meeting between Ttas
Nice to hive Howard Bain bark in the He
lineup played
lie and SateiKte might decide the Cup. That's the Isst game ofthe
most of the game on defensive and looks bite he s about readyto
i season. Metbowne's perfect record of winning more county championships them art OaliNMe and Melbourne go full blast ',"

But, Dan Thweatt of Satellite Is a calm feUow Last year than any team in Brevard and lived up to all preoNeMone So, if a person wants to reatty figure a way for the county Ward and Muggins teamed up In the last quarter to give Tfttla*

whUe selecting the An Brevard football team, Thweatt Just sat of being the "darkhorse" champion hlp to wind up In a Me, first of all, figure a way for ,'llle the victory Ward was open In the deep flats early In-ttt
,. Sack and listened didnt say a word while Melbourne's Bob From now toll the end of football season, it should be a someone to beat out Satellite Then, think of something that will game. but Hugglns overshot him. The pass that went Sor'I t.
iKmnti said Titusville would be the power and Titusville's John knockdown drag out sort of affair to see who will win the count. knock Cocoa out of contention, then its possible, touchdown was perfect:

:*:i Gaines said he didn't know, who was going to take control. Sot Cocoa Beach Eau Guile TitusvUle and Melbourne might Eau Game and the referees nearly put the clamps on Titus The game Itself, was well conducted but the tempers w'rrt}

.\ weatt had to do was wait and let the other teams find outthe as well count themselves out as the combination for coming up vllle Friday, Early. In the game a partisan Tttu
.' fird way, via' defeats. with a possible three or four way tie for the title art getting dim save their views of four straight IS yard penalties with plenty of game ended and TltuKviUe had the ball on their own 3 yard line. ,
; 1'';; that's the story ,Satellite's doing exactly what they mer each weekend boos" for the refs Then the Commodores got within the five both benches emptied in a matter of seconds when Terrier aJ
were supposed to do, sit bart la the pack, wait for a chance to Presently looks like Satellite all the way, except for two bad yard line with only a minute remaining the game and big J. B. Commodores squared off and started swinging

aa cuing then pour on the speed while rounding the bend. weeks, when they meet Cocoa and later Tltiuvllle Cocoa has Cow art, who shouted remark at Coach John Galena every five Just like old times, commented one fan, who had I butWla

I'IIe y poured on the speed all right. Friday they spoiled gone past only one hump and that's Tltusville. Remaining for minutes, fumbled and gave TituiviUt the ball George Eicherl his hand and ready to go. 1"/




,Terriers{ Squeeze Past Eau Gallie, 7-0; :'





[ Satellite_ Scorps Down Melbourne 1918'::




1 Big Blue" Scores County Champ's Win i.



'I.;, ".;, jn Final Quarter Spree Is StoppedBrevard

,j '
A Terrier defense that came up with the big plays, plus I reigning football champions: have the distinction'of
lightning-quick strike on the first play of the fourth quarter tells Inning the Canaveral Cup four years In a row, clinching over.20
the story of the Titusville victory over Eau Gallle 7-0 In Eau county games without a defeat and winning 8 of 11 champion*

"Gallie Friday night. ships got their royal reigns sliced Friday night
, P It was a game filled with penalties and some rugged play, Satellite Beach touted Scorpions\ the only squad In Brmrd
ills the offense of both teams ragged to go undefeated through the sixth game of the season In several

_J The Terriers held the Commodores to only 33 yards on the years, hooked on Melbourne like a hone fly bites a Jersey cow
ground and put up one goal line stand that would have done / t y and rode out a II.It victory over the Bulldog and moved Into
i ii
credit to the Florida Gators I + first Diane Ue with Cocoa for the County (-rtmmnlnnshln--- of 195'! t.

The one quick offensive burst that "paid ofP for the Terriers rritlay night action I Imtr.
flame on the first play of the Standings eaten a strong ")'t'h'nte forTh
final period, after center guard Yardstick two schools, Satellite and Co
Charlie Bear" Griffin had recovered coo to come down at the wire
a Eau Gallle fumble at 'I'Hit dune '. "II, Us"Won and mM In a possible! barky
.m t.TlluivllU .., '1."
Pint Downl Ru.kl.e 4 e
the Commodore 36Four Pint Downs 1'.ln. I aPart t 5.1.1100.. I : : panky flnioh that might not"si
plays rammed it to the Dnwu Penalty 1 4Tola1 I .,". decided until the last gamed
23 and the quarter ended Then Play.Tom Pint I'tertmmo".o'Down. to 51Yard. a M.ltiollKm S I I the IIt'Mlln.TltultvUle'.
fcalfback David Ward circled .. O.Im lIerlmm..o 1.4 55Yard. Iloooa -N.a.a* S" | S i Terriers rnrtvtd
Loot tlcrlmmo" 111 :Ie
out to his left, got In behind Net Tard. "Imm.n 113 anPS. up one notch In the standings
'defensive halfback Steve Soren- 1'._....'. Compl..lad Alllmplad U a 10 4 All Games with! a nudging 70 win n\ rr
gen and took a Charlie Hug T.rd. Otis' P._. at J JR i t..w .... fmt TUa Eau Gallle and Cocoa rompedover
gins' knee hlgh pass on the run, P..lat.re.pied Total Y ord. Off.nll IU a 1001 t \ # I.loiiiii us' I' j t Nero Beach 3313 In' ,aaoutof
i moving the 23 yards Into the T.rdl R8 Int. r..11 44Turd. I II Tltiuvina: .county clash
'end zone, Bob Grtssom kicked I Puna. r..lliad T.T'"I I Km Mulknurna: Mallla I I *I Despite TltusvUle and Cocoa; ,

]the point and that was all the Puntlnr. : Punt.. lI.t 11.1Yard. I IffKO. Caooa 11..._ I I' both winning tuts, the Sat (nta
Jcoring. S 1Y.rdu ,, victory: over JlellJoutneoJ.\ .
.
0 e'rumble. / .
The fine Terrier goal line defense Retura the show
came only a few minutes Loot s1Nn1TintAL 3 ScoresTftusvllle SIX/ touchdowns Were scmrd

earlier, after J, B, Cowart had In the game with 1 both/ Mek

|Intercepted a Hugglns' pass as If..... 'I'rl.TI1..111.. U.I. J.... 14.5 Awe. I' ...... f, ran: (faille 0 bourne and Salelllfe racMfrg
Cocoa 33, Vero Heaih 13 (hire tarh The diildlng factor
(the Eau Gallle 35 and raced to Lone 12 44 0 44 '.T
the Tltusville :i, where Hug Ward e, I. 4 44 55Hindle Satellltt U, Melbourne IK was! a point after touchdffftit\
t 5 0 5 10Huasme
gins, the last man between T 4 JI .1 .1./ INTERFERENCE OUT IN FRONT-Terrlers Charlie lie s No. 13, on his way to the turf after following a Florida Air 7, Cocoa Beach 0 Mlowlnn Satellites, Is it score

Cowart and a score, threw him 14.,.. 'I'r'x...Ural".me I.... II" Are.Cutl.w Griffin No 70. No 22 Howard Damn and Quarter. block by 210 pound tackle Griffin, la Rick Sorenson. Orlando Rdgewater 34, Ovals 13 when Earl letter connected
t.to the ground. r I -: : ': s'3Cowart back Charlie togging N4 II clear the resistance* -S-A Photo, Hlldwood 13, Klsslmmee 7Scoring with Mike Dunn giving the

t Steve Sorensen gained two IIn......" II 54 It to etUwpl. 1I. for runner" David Ward on a punt return. Eau Gal- 211, llalnrs Illy 7 Siorplont a one (point victory
[yards and then the Terriers I ,i .f al ri.rmnnt 1. South Rumter! 7Fustis MellMiunm milled all-- three r-r.tra .
were penalized half the distance 7, UmstllU I point.Itlempta..
tn the goal for a personal Trenton 29, Inverness It The cmmtys highest mnrtrrx
foul 'This gave-the- Commodore : Play By Play Lakevlew 27, New Smyrna 7 Sack, Ken Hutchersmt JmnpH
a first.and.goal situationat 'I RronkivUle 23 Crystal Rlvrr: 0 his lead considerably by spots:
the Tltiuvllle eight. I' !SI Cloud, 23, Lake Weir ILeesburg log two more toutMWbl

Cowsrt got three yards Into First Quarter lost seven and Cow art's punt four then Cowart Intercepted a Feurth QvqrterHugglns left In the game 23, tyman 0 against Mcltmurne Hutchecnqlallnpcd
plays and Sorensen was Grlssoms game opening went out of bounds at the Til Hugglns pass at the EU 33 and threw to Waid, who A pass was Incomplete, liar.I fctand 2d, Apopka' 6 eight yards for SatrlIlie -
piled up for no gain Rick GUI kick off was short and Bob Long gained five, Hugglns ran it to the T21 I scampered Into the end zone, din broke up a pass and I then Sanford I, Bishop Moore 0 s first! score In the opening
esple hit Dennis Carver with a Gray fell on it at the EQ 37 passed to Ward for seven and Sorensen gained two but Tllusvtlle drlisom's kick was good Titus Gilles le passed to Preeden, who lalnesvllle l II. Hoone IIPalalkl quarter plunged across in :the
pass over the middle but Carver Cowart picked up five Callow ay a first down at the T30 Hag. was penalized half the yule 7, Eau: dallle; 0. latrreN to Cowart picking up II, Mainland 0 second i then a pass to Ton
was smothered Just after bat one, a pass wu Incomplete, gins lost four, Bales fumbled and distance to the goal for personal I Cray returned Crlswim'ikkk, I I North Marlon 21 1, Suwsnnre 7 Fawm from Frrol Putter In thCentlmied .

catching the pass and was Eau Gallle lost five yards for recovered for a yard loss, a foul With a first down and goalat off five yards tn Die EG 42 (Centmue, en Pat* '14)) Central Catholic I... Oviedo 0 __( en Pale_ _llf)_
delay of the -------------- ------
downed at the Terrier one the game and Cowart pass was Incomplete and Edwards the TO, Cowed gained yard, I'
ball going over to Tltusville at punted to Ward at the T33 punted to Calloway at the then two, Sorensen was held for Calloway gained seven and
that point. Long gained 11 and a first EG 40 and he ran It back 13 no gain and on fourth down Sorensen three for a first down
at the T4H Cail.ay; gained six,
down to the T44 Ward
Late In the game Sorensen! picked yards Glllenple threw to Carver for
hit Richard Calloway with a up three Hugglns fumbled and Two passes were incomplete four yards, just a yard short of !Sorensen one, Sorensen hat five
and (:owart punted, the ball I I
recovered for no and then Richest for wayrrI :
pass over the middle and the gain Hugglns Intercepted touchdown, and the Terriers I
the T10 On the
fleet halfback "took ofr' for the passed to Edwards for 11 and a Tltusville at the TO and ran It toot over rolling war play ELECT
the ball off llardln and
first down at the EG 4%. back 14 yards glanced
goal line A diving one-handed Ward gained (one then two Eau
was recovered by dallie; ,
Long gained three and then but the
Long gained two Terrier
Ward him and downedat
grab by tripped upat Hugglns punt was but It was all called l back and
six. Ward two
got for a first accepted a five-yard penalty
and the .
20 saved
the TitusvUle a T4I.Calloway .
Eau Galll five
down at the EG) 31 ward picked for offsldes against Eau Gal penalized yards r--
touchdown.This up eight and Long two for a lie. Ward gained one, lost! one gained four Gilles for Illegal procedure This time ;r
drive continued and first down at the EG 21 and lost four but on the play pie fumbled and recovered for GlUelple'! punt was downed at William H. "Rill"_ f
moved to the Tltusville five TilIxmg.
the
Ward lost two went for no Eau Gallle was penalized 1) a has of five a paw was In- .
yard line with Just about a gain and Huggins overthrew yards for a persona) foul, giving complete and towart punted to gained one, Ward two,
minute left In the game, Ward at the T20 and he ran K Ward four and / ,
ward who was clear in the end TltusvWe a first down at the Hoggins punted ROUNDTREESTATE
Calloway got two yards to the tone Hugglns t seven EG 43Ward. ,back seven yards to railway at the ft?. ,
Terrier three and then Sorensen Eau Gallle took: over at the got two, Hardin two, Long gained four Hugglns hit Gllltffpto threw to fallnway: x w
hit the line. He was the football tackled EG 30 and Sorenson picked up Hugglns, lost three and on a Edwards for four, a pass' was for 20 and a first down at the
hard, coughed up two. Calloway kilt one and Sorensen fake punt Hugglns, handed off Incomplete and Hugglnt punted T29 Ward Intercepted a pass at
and Terrier tackle Bill McBride gained 12 for a first to Ward who got seven, with the out of hounds at the FG 32 the T19 and ran It back 2)1) yards,
clamped on It at the Terrier down at the EG 43 TttusvllJe ban going over to Ell Gallic at Long gained two then 0 n *,
three lost 11 on a personal foul Sorensen the LG 33.Elchen I Griffin recovered Sorensens HugglM gained three and Hug REPRESENTATIVE
Hugglns fell on the ball for wu held! for ao gala on broke up a pass, Cttlesple fumble at the EG3I.I gins punted out of hounds at
one play and then did it again two playa, a pass WU incomplete lost two, Calloway gained I Long gained three, Hugglns I the FG 43 a, g ,
to run out the clock. The entire and Cowart's punt was five and on the play Titus three. Ward three and Ward Sorensen gained thru, a pas GROUP II
Eau Gallic team made a downed at the T 7 but It was yule was penalized IS yard for four and a first down to the was broken up Sorensen passed
valiant try to push Hugglns! Into called back and Eats CaDle pen. personal foul giving Eau Gallic EO %3 an the quarter ended TltnsvUte I to ralbiway l, r 24 arid a DEMOCRAT "
the end zone and the resulting and five yards for offsides. a first down at the T f4. 0. Eau G.me I. first down t.the TM with 1013
melee almost ended In a free- This time Cowart punted toWard Two passes were Incompleteand -- -- I \. Born at Waldo. Florida. Ag 42.

far.af. but the coaches and at the TIP and he ran tt the Terriers were chargedwith 2. Majored' In Political Science at George Washington
officials got the teams apart back 14 yards another personal foul giv, University. Washington D. C.
and the game was over, Ward lost three then gainedtwo tog Eau Gallle a first down at
3. Graduate ol Loyola Law School. Lo Angles.' California..
The Terrier defense sparklednot
a pas was I Incomplete and the m. 4*
only against the Las Gallic -I Edwards punted to Calloway at Sorensen Vt lour, a pass was R@SF i Twelve years active naval service. Including World
ground game but clampedonto the EG U and IM ran It back Incomplete and agate the Ter. j War II and the Korean War.I. .

two of three Commodore to the TO hers were charged with a personal Service as a legal assistant la the oUke of the Attorney!
fumbles and Intercepted three Apass was incomplete Cow foul, giving Eau CaBle a General of California.I. .
passes one less than Lao Gal- art nt one another past was first down at the Til
TRUSSES Successful attorney at law In Brtvard County, ,I.rl-l..
be completed an nightThere Incomplete and Cowart punt Ward Intercepted a pass at the
was no doubt but that was downed at the Tl as the T) and ran tt back three yards for Men ((7)) years.

the Commodores bad "keyed" quarter ended. TBosvilk I, Eaa u the half ended. TXasvU t, ;, 1. Former Chairman of the Brevard County Democratic
their defense against Ward u GaBiel. Ell Galle t. I i A.Aheellel Saa/Md ..... Me.her Ile/lf'1 Executive ConunltlM.

they hit him on almost every f44Mtf Quarter TMr4 Quarter I UrteH He.f Tr.t. Prtfabrftatlc-f Sye/oal Ir

play He stffl picked up 41 ward gained sevea, RuggJMgained LOM fat on UM kick off at I lEADERSHIP ABILITY INTEGRITY
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yards in 20 carries and caught three but Tltusvttk drew the Tfc' Ward gamed a yard I
PANNING
LUMBER CO.
four passes' for $4 yards. a flrt-yart penalty tor (Begat Long gained &we and Huggta*
Terrier fans f* their money's procedure to Ox Tt A pasts wamplew passed to Ward for IJ and a i Elect the candidate who U beat qualified by experience and \\,4r
worth In boning )h r5t bt ".< and Hvpgtaw ported AM' dmra at the Ttl Ward NEW U. .. I SOUTH INDIAN RIVER CITY training to represent y" la TallaaasM
halftone in as umwul bit of of.DdIIt'IIC to Ca&May at the TSoreraen pieced BB three and HqRtav PHONE 2(7 IttS ..I.PM... ..for .? t.. I>_-_*Ua_Km***C1ialr* c_ I6"-
a* 'h* reporter has picked Ip three 1 threw to .Mm tor II and a fint .. IIMU r14r11i cep'1:: DD n. .
w.UaYMpN :
l t>
(Onrkwed e* f9 14) C wart gained one, foremen; down at dM ECO Long gained

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Monday, November 2 1W4
P 14 Tlfuivlll. (Florida, ) Stir-Advecat. --- -- ,
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I -Parkers Tear All-Stars 200In Merrill Island Closed; :. .




Pride Beautification BowlA Last Of The NASA Bass


stubborn Winter Park team
Several hundred North Bre-
tall ed early in the first quar
ter,Intercepted couple of passCi vard sportsmen got their last
:;)nd turned mistakes Into "fishing" look at North Merritt
I touchdowns and blanked the Island Saturday as the National
Tampa All-Stars, 200 In the Aeronautics and Space Administration
First Annual Semi-Pro Beautifl- sealed off 88,000 acres of
cal pn Bowl at Draa Field, Sunday some of the best salt and freshwater
afternoon. fishing holes in the state

Played before a small crowd I The gates on AlA and State

estimated at 250, Charles Cons I Road 402, leading into the MILA
Mucler Park Parkers State and Cape projects, were put Into
Champions! In the Semi Pro operation at midnight Sat
Fwida League, and undefeated urday Only Cape workers with
far;,.nearly two years, scored in accurate identification can pass
the-;Jlrst chapter, were held ont through the gates.
d:different drives in the second
period, then exploded forh'RI The only way the average fishIng .
scores In the fourth quar resident can plan another F
ter.:; trip on the Island is to participate
,pIck Daniels, 195 pound half- In the Merritt Island Na
batk, who has been with the tional Wildlife Refuges water.
PV ers for the past several fowl hunt which will be allow.
years, got the crowd's fancy onmany ed this year In specific areas
different offensive and de- outlined by NASA and NMI of
fenjive\ plays. Daniels carried ficlals But, this in no way helps
across, from one yard out, climaxing the fisherman who has no desire B
a 65 yard touchdown for hunting ducks.

drfre,!; that was mixed with runnine -
to residents
According some ,
of Jim Allfred and Daniels,
who have fished the Island for
,
with Hugh Leonard, and
ale g
more than 40 years, the bet:
Crammer. Jim Crawford
Butch;
bass in central Florida
fishing
ejected{( on two passes to aid
will now be protected by y''I ,
the. drive.Winter Park scored In NASA," unless an agreement is "
- -- -- --
reached between NASA and \-
tne first quarter, a small, partta.lly .
organized Tampa All-Star M Merritt Island National Wildlife LAST OF THE NASA BASSDaveDunn Merritt Island, Saturday Both men
defense began to click. They officials to permit fishing on a Star Advocate employee and have been fishing the area for several
basis similar to the
forml the Parkers to kick near. Waterfowl hunting procedures A J MacDougal, Cape worker are years and the above catch is only a
I 1'every time they got the ball, PARKERS BLOCK KICK An at- diving in to block the -kick Dick alone will be allowed during hunting migratory shown with 20 pounds of bass caught sample of what's being left behindS .

buTwere unable themselves to tempted field goal to put Tampa on Watkins is also shown with his arms bird season this year, during the last day of open fishing on -A Photo
get'the game In position for a the Scoreboard failed, as No. 33 Bobby outspread Winter Park won the game, hv obtaining hunting .rptrlstra. .

score.S1f} the. second half, kicked off Fox of the Winter Park Parkers came 20-0.-S-A Photo.State's lion from: ; the Wildlife Department Haulover Canal inland waterway least 20 miles.Excellent QRo Control levees, the shell

totampa and it was downed ontM" This is the first time, it will mean, driving Northon fishing, bass up to holes and other fresh water
10 The AllSfire hunting of any type has been allowed U.S. 1 to Stuckey's, back and over eight pounds are not holes are always full of fish.
Tampa on the Northern section of Southeast on AlA, then return uncommon on Merritt Island Other creeks and tli'Utariesling '
were forced to kick after
MI, since the area became a National the same route. Previously, 402 Live bait and lures on any from the Indian River
not being but their able defense to gain took yardage over Top Four Teams Still Satellite Wildlife Refuge and AlA east and north of Tltusville given day can catch more bass loaded with good trout
For residents fishing the could be used, saving at than the eligible limit. The Mos
and held Winter Park to no gain
reaoiving the ball again. Undefeated Colonial Is ListedMIAMI (Continued" from Page 13)) Max Slroman, William Shivers

At the end of the third period, fourth and clinching quarter. Reginald Brown, and Holier
Winter Park was still leading Gibson Drops Homecoming 7-6 Hardy all played a goo J
(0. (AP) The four top I pa Robinson, each 51, are closely The lead changed hands defensive game for the Blueyfrvils. 1
.Bt. with 1323: left in the teams in the Miami Heralds bunched with 88, 80 and 81 three times. Satellite took a (-0 I

fourth quarter, Jim Haines, 180 weekly high school l football poll points, respectively lead in the first quarter, Mel.. One of the largest crowds to field during the opening min. their run for the extra point ,..
pound halfback shot off tackle are still unbeaten and six of the Miami Norland, 01, Is eighth bourne tied it at ,-I then Satellite assemble this year at a Gibson utes, It looked inevitable: a Blue I I attempt worked and they had a ;'
cut to the outside and outran scored again for a 12-6 half. High football game thought Sat Devil victory and the first one 7-6 halftime lead Terriers
first ten have perfect records to with 61 points, followed by Lake time lead. Coming back in the I .
tafthalfback: defenders to score urday night was the evening the In six games. Gibson) Coach Mac Clayton
V inter Park's second touchdownon date. Wales, 7-0, with SB and Forest third, Melbourne scored six Blue Devils were going to put an However, that was the last I said this was the best effort Continued from
an 85 yard run from thePatioer Miami High, with a 6-0 record, Hill of West Palm Beach, also more points to tie the game, end to a (-game losing streak. time Gibson had an opportunity I yet displayed by the Blue Devils ( Page 13))
15. 7-0, with 53. scored another touchdown In But the crowd was wrong. to see the Apopka 30 yard line. ever seen Three consecutive
.Charles Cox's extra point attempt continues to lead the poll with the fourth to take a six pomt Gibson took the ball on the One two different occasions durIng I "Twice they were inside the personal foul penalties were
t was good and Winter 178 points from a board of The second ten and number of lead then Satellite came across opening kickoff, marched from the final half, they managed four-yard line In the final two called against the Terriers,

Dark led 13.0winter coaches and sportswriters I points: with the winning pass combination deep In their territory, shot a to get across into Apopka ter. periods, with first and goal to llh one the result of a Ter
Park's final score throughout the state, but Coral I Fort Lauderdale High 43, Tam and the extra point. 35-yard pass down field and ritory, but their drive always go and the Gibson defense tightened .I per "fighting off" a Commodores

came only one minute later Gables, 7-0, In a close second pa Hlllsborough 39, Orlando Colonial Satellite completely outplay. scored in the first three minutesof stopped short of the 30 yard up On two other occasions kicks and another call
when a Tampa halfback fumbled 36, Pensacola High 34, Miami ed the Bulldogs Racking up IS the game. But, the run for line they were inside the 20. but our being for a Terrier "kickln'{'
on the first play from with 175 points.Clearwater Edison 34 Jacksonville first downs to Melbourne's 3 the extra point failed and Apon- Apopka Phyllis Vtheatley defensive unit played heads up a. Commodore, when he was
sec mage and the Parker re also 7-0, received and picking up a total offensive ka tallied a touchdown In the High came roaring back in the ball, one time recovering a fumble several feet away and try n$
covered. Solomon Lemons, 190 105 and Palm Beach High Paxon 32, South Dado 26, Orlando yardage of 205 yards while the second quarter and beat Gibson '. second period, and scored their and again, taking a pass In. to move further away at i. tho
pcZfid quarterback ran the i points Edgewater 20, Winter Haven Bulldogs gained only 72. 'i Blue Devils 7.( at homecoming only touchdown of the game; terceptlon stopped Apopka. time **>
kipper off tackle five yards for 8-0, was fourth with 102. Jack 18, Wlldwood 14 and McAr- .
t6: score. I sonvllle Lee Hlalcah and Tam thur of Hollywood 14. I Eau Gallle managed to hold With only three minutes .
Tltusvllle for three and half
a gone In the first quarter, Gib

Notre Dame Target For Bowldame Charlie quarters Hugging before finally quarterback found son's William southpaw Lewis, fired quarterback a 35-yard, Add a Phone Add a Lot to Living

David Ward in the open and pass to left end Randy Scott, \
I shot a 26 yard pass who scooted his way down field the when you add bed.
Comfort around clock. It's all yours a handy .
i> The Commodores tried vain- between a host of tacklers to
ly to get the home side of the give Gibson a 6-0 lead Halfbai room extension phone. Add comfort (and convenience) in other spots

Despite No-Bowl Policyden scoreboard lighted but failed Charles Miller, the boy responsible you live most Kitchen. Workshop Florida room. Just call your :,}r. .

,M after fense a determined them Terrier de. yardage for most this of Gibson year, tried offens-off Telephone Company Business Office for clet B n colorful, economical .

i; By DICK COUCH Beck's last-minute field Southern Methodist and kept the fumble stopped inside the once and a tackle for the extra point attempt extension phones.
AuocUtod Press Sports Wrlrtr goal and Washington's 14-13 once.beaten Longhorns' Southwest five yard but failed Gibson fans ,
I. decision over Southern California Conference title hopes line recovered by Tltusvllle .. ",,*,!" "'.r. '
cratch the Pretzel Bowl pea with less than a minute to go, thought very little about the ex ." .' /
other Rose Bowl .
the alive )Fourth ranked
put spot Arkansas, tra failure From the ". < ".0'J
I pi* from a long list of bird.dogs up for grabs. Six 1'aUflc AthletIc the league leader, drubbed Tex. klllrd the final effort. Gibson point took command of the way ." ; ." ;!,

tjlrtlng Notre Dame's bowl-shy Conference teams have a as A&M 17.0. The SWC providesthe Everybody got Into the act --- -- -- -- -- : : 'it' "t .
tillage football powerhouse shot, with Oregon Slate the Cotton Bowl host at Vero Beach this week-end. ;t
I
current leader at 2-0 after trimming LSU came from behind to nip PlayByPlayContinued >
a1ll count just about everyone I Rick Shotwell, Buddy Kurpa ,<
Washington State 24-7 Mississippi 1110 in a Southeastern ',
eJt1ln."he Oregon was the only top ten : Conference thriller The and John Latasky all scored ( from Page 13))
touchdowns In route to 33 13
[ Pretzel Bowl Is history, representative to stumble but Tigers, 5.01, pulled out In the Vero Beach a 19 yards and a first down at the
I Alright having twisted Moravian Nebraska Texas and Louisiana closing minutes on Doug Mor shelacklng T 5 with 42 seconds left.
40-0 Saturday in the 14thrjSewal State, Nos 5, 6 and 9, had close eau's great catch of a two-point Cocoa opened up a 20-7 half. Calloway gained two, then
at Reading, Pa, butt calls conversion pass. time lead then scored two more \ Sorensen fumbled and McBride
e big doings aren't too far off. The Cornhuskcrs candidatesfor SEC leader Alabama, No 3 In touchdowns in the final half, j recovered for Titusville at the
,
Unbeaten Notre Dame has became -. a return trip to the Orange the nation, topped MississippiState I one In each quarter fern managed T3 with 13 seconds left ,\
the top target for a poIIt.j Bowl I, beat Missouri (0 after 23-6 behind reserve quarterback to tie Cocoa in the sec : Hugging lost a yard and then t '
+ ; : son commitment despite the being blanked for three periods. Steve Sloan, and Florl ond period before Kurpa scored went for no gain as time ran .r- ,
longstanding no-bowl policy at da, No 10, blanked Auburn 140 again out Titu-sville 7, Eau: dallie; 0. .
Sith Bend Ernie Koy's second period --- -- __ I r f Jlf)
touchdown gave Texas a 7-0 ..
to-rlches Irish dr
run
Jlhe rags ra
rTup to Ohio State In lastvjeks verdict over lightly regarded .... ,, ..
Associated Press poll, I Congressman Gurney is ,&.- '-'...."

hMpwrecked: Navy 40-0 Saturday National Football Ltagut
vffiile the Buckeyes barely heldoff Our Vital Space ProgramHis
t Iowa 21.19. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I .
As a result Coach Ara Para I
,:hlan explosive team, led bypser I la.tarn Conferenc.wLTPctPtOP.
John Huarte, pass-catch. powerful SPACE COMMITTEE has boosted
ej* Jack Snow and a bruising Cleveland 8 1 1 .1157 m 146SL funds for space from $3.7 billion to $5.2 billion f
defense, is' challenging for Its I Louis 4 3 1 .571 IDO 205 during the past two years HIS voting record
l'hila. 4 4 0 ,51)0190151)
national
filjt championship .
shows that in 1963 he voted FOR Space Appropriations
sj ce 1949 Dallas 3 4 t ,429137140
.I otre Dame has Indicated a Waste 3 5 0 .315 165 17$ and FOR Space Authorization And 11;
wfllingness to decide the title in rlttsb'gh 3 5 0 .375131189 1964 Ed Gurney voted FOR the Space Authorization

osUeason. playoff similar to New York 2 5 1 ,286131186 bill and he voted FOR the Space

I lest years Texas-Navy show. Appropriation He has spoken out continuously ,
The Bowl commit. Western Conference,
ttftvn} Sugar
in Congress to keep our space pro.
wLTPc PtI OP
Ice, others, is to
among eager
<*Tange such a meeting. First, Baltim're 7 1 0 .1175 2H 1/11:/ gram forging ahead He has fought for a
Jt \\ ever, the Irish must get by Detroit 5 2 1 .714 1:10: 122 much stronger role for our Air Force in space of tootle

pat (next Saturday), Michigan L. Angeles 4 3 1 .571 188 185 He has carried his fight for a much U {r t
Slate. Iowa and Southern California Mlnn'8ota 4 4 0 ,500189 201 stronger Space Program to the industrial
Green Bay 4 4 0 .500 184 145
leaders Of our nation
'Ohio State dueling surprising San Fran 2 8 0 .250 146 224
Perdue for the Big Ten crown Chicago 2. 0 .2:10: 135 212 ',w _
ajnd a Rose Bowl berth, kept Its

rate clean by stopping Iowa Suncla,'. Reaults YOUR MAN OF ACTION l I. t.. N.",,'. C.pih4
ar Gary Snook bid for a Cleveland 3D, Pittsburgh 17
t Ing two-point conversion in New York 34, St. Louis 17
t w final seconds. The Buckeyes Washington 21, Phda 10 Edward J. _
; ( Notre Dame each have won Baltimore 37, San )Francisco 7 keep
straght. Dallas 24, Chicago 10
fd
Boilermakers knocked off Green nay 42. MlllneHClta 13 8
champion Illinois 26- IMnlit 37, Lew Angeles 17 ': t
matching Ohio Males 40fereIfe GURNEYin : "r.uee
record. Michigan, Nut Sunda,'. Games
stayed in the running with a Baltimore at Chicago J ,
3S4 runaway over Northwest. Dallas at New York PAID FOil IVTHI KMPOOftNlY M COMGMSS t
.
(( etn. The Nov. 21 meeting ofOhio Detroit at Green Bay congress COMMrnSUONNMOr3rUGeaa.CNNnMANTT'P Southern Bell ;I
State and Michigan couldixrlde Philadelphia at Los Angeles

the race Pittsburgh at St. Louis ...Sirvmg You I
*Wmfordi 108 upset of see San Francisco: : at Minnesota! t YV .VYV VVVVVV .

eati! .ranked Oregon on Bra I Washington at Cleveland: i,

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Eau Gallie Friday Win, Eighth Loses if



Parkvav Junior High Ninth 134 with Parkway leading at 25 yard quarterback sneak. they got their hand on tile WIn
l,rude: Pirates kept their win the end of the half. Parkway punted to Schuley at the opening quarter when!
ii -- imii// ; 'i.iints by downing the De- In the third quarter the Pirate the Central 35 where Schuley Mike BaU ran 06 yard for the
l .MI.i, Junior High Scotties at again scored with a minute picked the ball up and returnedit touchdown! through the middle tit
Sat"' flits Beach Saturday night I )left on a 19 yard pass play 65 yards for the touchdown. the Central Urn. Bob Kyle added
__ 70 I u This victory bring the from Phil Edwards to Evans. Schuley added the extra pointAt the extra point on a run to
a timih: ;jjade season record to J-0 The drive started on the De- the end of three quarters the give the Pirates a 7-0 first quarter
; L :and, their three-year record 15-0. I I aura 28 where Evans recovered score was: Central14. Parkway advantage
The ru-ates warned no time tn a Scottle fumble. Edwards 7. Central Eagle got on till i ii
/petting on the scoreboard as quarterback sneaked the extra Central scored again late In i i scoreboard In the second quar
f t thcv s.o red on the second' play point making the score 204.DeLaur the final frame when they recovered I ler when Scott ran 23 yards fyf!(
: from scrimmage on a 48 yard I made It 2011 tn the a Parkway fumble on 1 the touchdown. Mike Ltlner added
touchdown sprint by Peter Evans fourth qw.rtf'r' when Yerg plunged the Parkway 20. Six plays later i the extra point The scot*?
7'L'w I around right end wWi 10:39: over from the one yard Ondcnon the Central halfback, was then tied midway In the
r .I in the first quarter. Tommy stripe. The extra point failed I crossed the goal line standing i second quarter at 7-7, The Er-
: Hawk's run for extra point was The DeLaura. Scottles were up on a double reverse. The run glee went ahead late In the first
f short but the Pirate held a (-0 hindered by fumbling as for the extra point failed but I half when a Don Rogers' pass
w quarter advantage over the they were lint twice within the Central had a 2O71'ad1111 2-30) I was intercepted by Scott at the
... Mall. Scotties. Parkway 20 where alert Pirates 'I In the !game and It ended that I Central 45. Scott ran the baU
,- .rt Jti' DcLaura took advantage of a fell on the ball. way 20.7.Saturday. back on the Interception '50
14-yard Parkway kick from The Pirates will play theClearlak morning at 10 0' yards to the Parkway S whet
scrimmage to take over on the Rockets at Provost clock the PJH Seventh and Central pushed the baU across
Parkway 30 and six plays lateron I Field In Cocoa Saturday after.noon Eighth grade grldders win travel on a Scott plunge from the '.-
the Pirate 8 Vtetockl, the at 2 o'clock. to Cocoa to take battle with yard stripe with 1:11: in the half.
Seattle halfback scored stand Scoring: Parkway Evans 48 the Clearlak Rockets. The Seventh The run for the extra point fatN
i' a ing up on a run around left end. yard run (Hawk run failed). grade of PJH has a 4-0 but Central had a 11-7 talf.
The DeLaura run for extra DeLaura Vislocki I yard record, while the eighth graders led lead.
point failed and the score was run (run failed). have a 3-1 work sheet. In the third quarter Parkwaytied
tied 6-6 with 2:27: in the second Parkway Newton 36 yard Scoring: Parkway Clau It up on an 18-yard run By
quarter the first time in many run (Newton run). baugh U yard reverse (Claw Rob Kyle which climaxed a
james the Ninth has been tied.! Parkway Evans II yard baugh runCentral ) Parkway drive that started on
I With 14 seconds In the half pans from Edwards (Cdwaids Schuley 25 yard their own 41. TIle Kyle run ttt
.. Ronnie Newton scored on a 36 run). quarterback sneak (Applefather the point after touchdown failed
1 ,
A. xL yard run around right end after DeLaura Yerg yard quarterback run
,:' but the score was tied 11-11 a*
", j l.
.; twice three sneak run failed). I Central Schuley 65 yard
i "1 :;....-.: ,'.ass h' "'" being trapped by ( the third quarter ended.
DcLaura players behind the S First Downs 14 punt return (Schuley run)
LONG GETS HELP-Glen Long on the receivingend be add another yard to the Also 8 In the fourth period Central
play. pictured is line of scrimmage. The Parkway 170 Rushing Yardage 171 Central Clendenon yard .
I of a bruising tackle from Eau Gallie't Dennis Eau Gallie's J. B. Cowart, ((31)), Titusville's Charlie drive started at the DeLaura 48 It Passing Yarkag 5ftII double reverse (run failed) took a 11-11 lead when the Central
blocked
Carver, grabs hold of Titusville's David Ward (20) Griffin, ((70)) and Terrier Bill McBride, (74)).-S-A with Newton doing most of the Passes 2" Yardstick line at the 10. Four a play Parkwaypunt later
jersey while Ward gets set to plunge ahead and may Photo.CALLOWArS leather.lugging Newton ran the 0 Passe tnt By 0 PJHS CJHS Scott scored from the one-yard.
extra point to make the score 0 Fumbles" Loht 3 I First downs 4 stripe. The run for the print af.
i I 40 Yards Penalized I 11( Rushing Yardage U9 er failed and with 104: in the
(-11 Punt 146<< 14 Passing Yardage: 26 game Central kicked off jo
4 Passes 23 where the Plratea
I I, Parkway
Central Junior High Eighth It Passes Int. By 0 started the winning drive at ?|*
Graders were bigger: had more I Fumbles Lout I Pirate 41.Scoring.
depth, and had a fleet > footed 35 Yard Penalized SO
quarterback named Bob Schuleyand 4-29 Punts 1-43 : Parkway Ban II
true the above factor provedthe yard run (Kyle run).
e difference In the Central- I y Don Htrnk Central Scott 21 yard ran
Parkway Eighth; Grade football Don Roger threw i four yard (Utner run),
game at Draa Field. Centralwon touchdown to R. Barnes with 17 Central Scott I yard ran
20-7 seconds left In the game to give (run failed).
1 Parkway took an early 7.0 Parkway a It.1) tie and C. Ar. Parkway Kyle IS yard rm
rr lead In the second quarter ht'n thur ran the point after touchdown (Kyle run failed).
s Hal Claubaugh went 11 yard on on a reverse to give the Central Scott 1 yard rm
till a reverse and crowed the goal Pirates a 20-18 win over the (run failed).
M aF 1l line standing<< up. The Parkway Ragles: of Central Junior High parkway !Bane 4 yard
I drive had started on their own I in Eau: Gallie. pans from Roger Arthur run).
21 where they gained possession The winning drive started on Yardstick.
4r i of the Central fumble. the Pirate 4H with 3.04 In the PJHS arts
//I I q',' The Central Eagles got on the game. It took Parkway tight 4 First Downs '4
l I1', "' ((1 Scoreboard In the third quarter playa to march the 4ft yards. 125uahlnl Yardage HI
1 rr iln'f' when Bob Schuley went 25 The Pirate were aided on the 34 Passing Yarkage II
1 r yards on a quarterback sneak. drive by a 15-yard personal foul 4.1 Passe 13:
At Applefather added the extra penalty against Central and a Opiates Int. By 1
y point as Central tied the score 10 yard run by Arthur on a Crumbles teat I
at 7-7 midway In the third quarter fourth and eight situation. 20 Yds.! Penalized XT
1I' Five plays, after Schuley' Parkway scored till tint time t 7 Punt US
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; tlrI i rl '/ I ; COWART HITS TilE SIDELINES ,J,, B. Cowart,
: Eau Gallie half) ick pets a block from No. 80. Charles
I Breeden, but Tltuiville's Bill Hardin. behind Cowart There are those who Scoff at our Space Effort* they call It I ( '

has already st.rted to lock hit arm in an effort to "MOONDOQGLE.
brinij down the 185 pound runner. Cowart was one
of Eau Gallie' leading ground gainers.--S-A Photo ei
Ie our current Republican Congressman among thoi, since ke Voted

Pros Continue To Break Records i AGAINST THE 1163 NASA AUTHORIZATION

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By MURRAY CHATS icy\ knocked him out of the last TOM KENNEY SA YI.
I Ancl-tMl Prtu Sports Wrlttr five
I Ills touchdowns Sunday "I (feel! our Space Program Is vital to our nation It ass br*.o>i
--- Lenny Moore doesn't have I helped the Colt maintain Their over 3 billion dollars lo our dlttrlet. Uals It Is curttlUd It will brUg
any damaged ribs, a bad appendix billion. more and hundred of new eomptnU Over 21.000 of our J.Ir. Job
CAPTURED Clive stiff arm failed and Calloway was or a head Injury. 11j-llm. lead tn the West with
'*
Calloway, Eau Gallie halfback stop dropped after a four yard gain around But he doe have 13 touchdowns Iholr seventh straight victory.In entirely dependent on tpaco aclivlliee.

I long enough to tap an unld left end.-S-A Photo. In eight games and .u other game, New York
Terrier on the chin, but the attempted helping/ lead the Baltimore Col' surprised fit Louis 14-17 Detroit "I WILL VOTE FOR OUR SPACE EFFORTSI""I !

toward the Western Conference thun !redf\ Angeles 17-17,
title In the National Football Dallas whipped Chicago 24-10. WILL WORK TO SPEED OUR EFFORTS IN SPACEI"
League. Green Bay trampled Mmneanla

Jimmy Brown ha something 42-11 and Washington defeated .,... '
too a football first The Philadelphia 2110. r : ..'
Cleveland ace became the fret t .. _., ,
The Colt built a MO lead .
\ man In history to lain more before the More! scored on John III. f i ,' "
; than 10,000 yard on the ground )
In the Browns' 30-17 victory Brodle's two-yard pun to Dave P' '" .'....0 .

over Pittsburgh Sunday Parks In the fourth quarter. ; '
1'1 ,.A 4'a
5 while Brown rambled boo 119 Baltimore tallied the first time I i

1. yards, Moore gained only 40. It had the ball, Johnny Unlta It l"Jr Tom Koaney by NASA
Two of his runs, though, went N r
Uwvnf' 20 yard to Ray Bury 49ie
for touchdowns In the Colts' ]?. Vertical Assembly B.IU<
7 over San Franctoeo. for the fwhdwn.I t
romp t
I Ing Soon to ... com
The touchdown run (< two

; Moore's and five league-leading yards! Increased< point I VOLKSWAGENREPAIRS i f- pitted.

I total to 78 and extended the I It SERVICEFor .. .
tii1
l l'Q ; nine-year veteran's scoring Tltusvillo Area .' ..q "
streak to 10 games,
} Moore, who will be It later

"." '":.'\" !. <"< "''; ''' ',"i :."i' this month didn't do too much MECHANIC ON DUTY '
.:. :. ''yW :;/; ){,'(:.: scoring last year. In fact he 'L 1 !
i ,,'.) : {didn't do much of anything Bad
,.
.j/'I/ I> ,...il"i.: ; nose kept him out of three pro- BRUCE'SAMERICAN
season game, an emerg wy SERVICE
'r '; ; .' appendectomy benched him far VOTE FOR
''ff Ir." A WttMnftwi. It.
: 'i" the first two content of the
regular season and a head Kith)

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I KENNEY'
...,' a ,- * * TOM

HI.ILICT NOV. }

DIMOCRATIC CANOIOATIII. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR


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... PORT COMMISSIONER CONGRESSTUESDAY

PROVEN DEPENDABLE

EDWARDS OOEo HloH Tnuny Edwards (.,.?. pass in tie I*, .it quarter Friday. BUSINESSMAN NOVEMBER 3rd
Titusvillc's tight left end leap Eau Gallic backs are John Holt!,, 66. FULLY QUALIFIED It EXPERIENCED
between two Eau Gallic defen- Keith Mayfield 11 and J B, Covert
high ... ....
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f-l r J4 tor I* R A r ('4. Pot. Adv. by Campaign Treasurer
Edward left. S-A fboio.
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Pride Beautification BowlA Last Of The NASA Bass -


stubborn Winter Park team -
Several hundred North Bre-
tal>> ed early In the first quar
ter intercepted a couple of pass. yard sportsmen got their I last

es'ind turned mistakes into ,rare y r a "fishing" look at North Merr! ',, : '"
I touchdowns and blanked theTsiba Island Saturday as the National! J
r All-Stars 20-0{) In the Aeronautics and Space Administration -
First Annual Seml-Pro Beautlflcation sealed off 88.000 acres of
Bowl at Draa Field Sunday some of the best salt and fresh
afternoon. ', "a water fishing holes In the state.
? -* .
Played before a small crowd The gates on AlA and State
estimated at 250 Charles Cots Road 402, leading into the MILA

Wiffler Park Parkers, State and Cape projects, were put into P
Champions!! In the Semi ProFioiida operation at midnight Saturday -

League, and undefeated Only Cape workers with
fo( earlY two years, scored In accurate Identification can pass
the.first; chapter were held on through the gates
tw&:different drives In the second .
period then exploded for The only way the average fishIng -
t"'Sli scores in the fourth quar- resident can plan another
.: trip on the island is to participate
,pick Daniels, 195 pound half- in the Merritt Island National
baijt who has been with theParsers Wildlife Refuge's waterfowl .
for the past several hunt which will be allowed

years, got' the crowd's fancy on this year in specific areas y
many!\ different offensive and de- outlined by NASA and NMI of a
fenjive plays. Daniels carried ficials. But, this in no way helps "
across from one yard out, climaxing I the fisherman who has no desire
a 65 yard touchdown for hunting ducks.

drjve. that was mixed with run-
According to some residents,
nM\ of Jim Allfred and Daniels
who have fished the Island for
with Hugh Leonard and
819 g
more than 40 years, "the best
Butch Grammer. Jim Crawford
bass in central Florida
fishing
ejected on two passes to aid I
will now be protected by
drive.
tIle NASA unless an agreement is
.
Mter; Winter Park scored IntftTfirst -- -- - --- -
reached between NASA and
!:
quarter, a small, par.tlll1l1 -
organized Tampa All-Star Merritt Island National Wildlife LAST OF THE NASA BASSDaveDunn Merritt Island Saturday. Both men

defense began to click. They officials to permit fishing on a Star Advocate employee and have been fishing the area for several
forced the Parkers to kick near- basis similar to the hunting pro- A. J. MacDougal Cape worker are years and the above catch is only a
Waterfowl
leery time they got the ball PARKERS BLOCK KICK An at. diving in to block the kick Dick cedures.alone will be allowed during hunting migratory shown with 20 pounds of bass caught sample of what's being left behind

b y1'"'were unable themselves togetrthe tempted field goal to put Tampa on Watkins is also shown with his arms bird season this year during the last day of open fishing on -S-A Photowa

game in position for a the Scoreboard failed as No. 33 Bobby out-spread. Winter Park won the game, by obtaining a hunting registration _

scofe.'Ttf Fox of the Winter Park Parkers came 20-0.-S-A Photo.Slate's from the Wildlife Depart. Haulover Canal Inland waterway least 20 miles.Excellent 0 Control levies, the shell
the second half, kicked off ment. This ii the first time it will mean, driving Northon fishing, bass up to holes and other fresh water
tn'1 and It downed on I
tlie''ampa 10.was The All- hunting of any type has been allowed U.S. 1 to Stuckey's back and over eight pounds are not I holes are always full of fish.
Stars Tampa ere'forced to kick after I on the Northern section of Southeast on AlA, then return uncommon on Merritt Island. Other creeks and tributaries
MI, since the area became a National the same route. Previously, 402 Live bait and lures on any from the Indian River
not{ being but their able defense to gain took yardage over- Top Four Teams Still SatelliteContinued Wildlife Refuge. and AlA east and north of Ti- given day can catch more bas I King loaded with good trout
For residents fishing the tusville could be used saving at than the eligible limit. The Mos- I I
and held Winter Park to no gain
removing the ball again.At Undefeated Colonial Is ListedMIAMI ( from Pag 13)) Max Ktroman, William Shivers

the end of the third period i fourth and clinching quarter. Reginald Brown, and Robert -
Winter Park was still leading Gibson Drops Homecoming 76One I Hardy all played a gooJ
(AP) The four top pa Robinson each 5.1, are closely The lead changed hands defensive game for the Blue

6.0.B t. with 13:23: left in the teams in the Miami Herald's bunched with 88, 80 and 81 three times. Satellite took a 1-0 LVilS. -

fourth quarter, Jim Haines, 180 weekly high school football poll points, respectively. lead in the first quarter Mel. of the largest crowds to field during the opening minutes their run for the extra point .

pound halfback shot off tackle are still unbeaten and six of the Miami Norland 8-1, is eighth bourne tied It at 11-11 then Satel assemble this year at a Gibson it looked Inevitable: a Blue attempt worked and they had a
cut to the outside and outran lite scored again for a 124 half- High football game thought Sat Devil victory and the first one 7-6 halftime lead. TerriersContinued
first ten have perfect records to with tl points, followed by Lake time lead. ,
hil halfback defenders to score Coming back In the urday night was the evening the in six games. GlbMCoach Mac Clayton
Winter Park's second touchdown date. Wales 7-0, with 56 and Forest third Melbourne scored six Blue Devils were going to put an However, that was the last; said this was the best effort ( from Page 13))

on an 85 yard run from the Miami High, with a 6-0 record, Hill of West Palm Beach also more points to tie the game, end to a 6-game losing streak. time Gibson had an opportunity yet displayed by the Blue Dev
Parker 15..Charles 7-0, with 53. scored another touchdown in I But the crowd was wrong. to see the Apopka 30 yard line. ils. ever seen. Three consecutive
Cox's extra point attempt continues to lead the poll with the fourth to take a six pomt Gibson took the ball on the One two different occasions dating "Twice they were Inside the personal foul penalties were
was good and Winter 178 points from a board of The second ten and number of lead then Satellite came across opening kickoff, marched from the final half they managedto four-yard line In the final two railed against the Terriers,

Dark led 130. coaches: : and sportswriters points: with the winning pass combination deep in their territory, shot a get across into Apopka territory .i periods, with first and goal to Ath one the result of a Ter-
'Writer Park's final score throughout the state, but Coral Fort Lauderdale High 43, Tampa and the extra point. 35-yard pass down field and but their drive always go and the Gibson defense ) Per "fighting off" a Commo

came only one minute later Gables, 7-0, in a close second Hlllsborough SB, Orlando Col. Satellite completely outplay. scored in the first three minutesof stopped short of the 30 yard ened up. On two other dore's kicks and another call
when a Tampa halfback fum onlal 36, Pensacola High 34, Ml- ed the Bulldogs. Racking up 15 the game. But, the run for tine they were inside the 20, Ught1 being for a Terrier "klckln "
bte4on the first play from with 175 points.Clcarwatcr ami Edison 34 Jacksonville first downs to Melbourne's 3 I the extra point failed and Apopka Apopka's Phyllis Wheatley defensive unit played a Commodore when he was
: { and the Parkers recovered also! 7.0, received and picking up a total offensive tallied a touchdown In the High came roaring back in the ball, one time recovering a several feet away and trying' '
Solomon,Lemons, 190 105 and Palm Beach High Paxon 32, South Dade 26, Orlando yardage of 201 yards while the second quarter and beat Gib second period and scored their ble and again, taking a to move further away at.(, tho
pwTfld\ quarterback ran the points i Edgewater 20, Winter Haven Bulldogs gained only 72. son's Blue Devils 7.' at home. only touchdown of the game; terception stopped Apopka. time. ** (
6-0, was fourth with 102 Jacksonville -
ktj-per off tackle five yards for 18, Wlldwood 14 and McAr- coming.
the score Lee Hialcah and Tanv thur of Hollywood 14. Eau Gallie managed to hold With only three minutes -
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A Titusvllle for three and a half gone in the first quarter, Gib

Notre Dame Target For Bowl Charlie quarters Muggins before finally quarterback found son's William southpaw Lewis, fired quarterback a 35-yard, Add a Phone Add a Lot t to LivingComfort

David Ward in the open and pass to left end Randy Scott,

I shot a 26 yard pass. who scooted his way down field around the clock. It's all yours when you add a handy bed.
host of tacklers to :
The between a
lame No-Bowl ly to get Commodores the home side tried of vain.the give Gibson a (.0 lead. Halfback room extension phone. Add comfort (and convenience) in other spots

Despite Policy scorclxiard lighted! but failed Charles; Miller, the boy responsible you live most, Kitchen. Workshop Florida room. Just call your '
after a determined Terrier defense \ for most of Gibson'suffellij.
Telephone Company Business Office for (let; pn colorful, economical -
this tried orf
I yardage year,
1; By DICK COUCH den Beck's last-minute field Southern Methodist and kept the fumble stopped Inside them once and a tackle for the extra point attempt extension phones.
Iweclated Press Sports Writer goal and Washington's 14-13 I once-beaten Longhorns' Southwest line recovered the five yard but failed. Gibson fans ,
decision over Southern Califor Conference title hopes by Titusville ." ''" '\
little about the ex- ;
scratch with less thought very .
the Pretzel Bowl pwpji than a minute to ; "
go
nia put the other Rose Bowl spot alive. Fourth-ranked Arkansas, Ira point failure. From the way 1; "
) from a long list of bird-dogs up for grabs. Six Pacific Athletic i the league leader, drubbed Tex killed the final effort. Gibson took command of the :..,

carting Notre Dame's bowl-shy Conference teams have a as A&M 17-0. The SWC providesthe Everybody gut into the act --- -- ---- -- (i ,. .
ctSege football powerhouse shot, with Oregon State the Cotton Bowl host. at Vero Beach this week-end. ., ,
current leader at 2.0 after trim LSU came from behind to nip PlayByPlayContinued '. I
alUJ count just about everyone Rick Shotwell, Buddy Kurpa ..tI'I<
ming Washington State 24-7. Mississippi 11-10 In a South. '
In.h'he and John Latasky all scored
f' Oregon was the only top ten eastern Conference thriller. The ( from Page 13))
\ I [ Pretzel Bowl Is history, representative to stumble but Tigers, 5-0-1, pulled It out In the Vero touchdowns in route to a 33-11 : 19 yards and a first down at the
I Aright. having twisted Moravian Nebraska, Texas and Louisiana closing minutes on Doug Mor- Beach shelacklng. IT 5 with 42 seconds left.

I I 40-0 Saturday In the 14th State, Nos. 5, 6 and 9, had close eau's great catch of a two-point Cocoa opened up a 20-7 half. I Calloway gained two, then
i rjfiewal at Reading, Pa., butt calls. conversion pass. :. time lead then scored two more I Sorensen fumbled and McBride
II big doings aren't too far off.liibcaten The Cornhuskers, candidatesfor SEC leader Alabama, No. 3 In touchdowns In the final half, I recovered for Titusville at the
Notre Dame has become a return trip to the Orange the nation, topped MississippiState I one In each quarter Vero man-I T3 with 13 seconds left. ,
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the top target for a post. Bowl, beat Missouri 90,, after 23-6 behind reserve aged to tie Cocoa in the second Hugging( lost a yard and then t'" .
Kson} commitment despite the being blanked for three periods. terback Steve Sloan, and quar'l period before Kurpa scored '. went for no gain as time ran *
]otjg-standing no-bowl policy atSwilh da, No. 10, blanked Auburn again. out. Titusville 7, Eau Gallie 0. I jf
Bend. Ernie Koy's second period .- -" -- _. r A4 ".11
touchdown Texas a 7-0 '
'he rags-to-rlches Irish, run. gave 1
I I ;--UD to Ohio State in last verdict over lightly regarded
-- -- Congressman Gurney is .... ...
v ink's Associated Press poll I "" :

.smpwrecked Navy 40-0 Saturday National football League
v Site the Buckeyes barely heldoff Our Vital Space ProgramHis
Iowa 2119. Iy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
As a result, Coach Ara Par. r

s ,..hlan's explosive team led by Eastern Conf.r.nc.
I WLTPct PtaOP powerful SPACE COMMITTEE has boosted
rfM ser John Huarte, pass-calch
er! Jack Snow and a bruising Cleveland II 1 1 .1157 214 148St. funds for space from $3.7 billion to $5.2 billion

dense Is challenging for its Louis 4 3 1 ,571190205Phila. during the past two years His voting record
flrjt national championship 1,! 4 4 0 .500 190 1\3:
shows that in 1963 he voted FOR Space Appropriations -
s ace 1949. Dallas 3. 1 .49137140()
and FOR Space Authorization And n: w
JJotre Dame has Indicated a Washn. ::1 5 0 .373163173
willingness to decide the title In Pittsb'gh 3 5 0 .315 J31 IS9 1964 Ed Gurney voted FOR the Space Au.

apxfetseason playoff similar to New York 2 5 1 ,286131196 thorization bill and he voted FOR the Space
I'I'J
J lint year's Texas-Navy show. Appropriation He has spoken out con ,4
ttftvn. The Sugar Bowl committp Western Conference r4r
I WLTPc PtaOP tinuously in Congress to keep our space program
others Is to
mange among such a meeting.eager First Baltim're 7 1 0 .117:1: 2H 1:19: forging ahead He has fought for a

him ever, the Irish must get byPit I Detroit S 2 1 .714 150 122 much stronger role for our Air Force in space 'sttuttt,

(next Saturday), Michigan ,I L. Angeles ::1 1 .571 1118 IllS He has earned his fight for a much It t' / R
i Sutc, Iowa and Southern Cali Minn'sota 4 4 0 .500 1119 201 stronger Space Program to the Industrial .f
fornia. Green Bay 4 4 0 ,500184145
leaders of our nation
'Ohio Slate, dueling surprising I San -ran. 2 II 0 .250140 224
Purdue for the Big Ten crown ,i Chicago 2. 0 ,2iO: m 212Sunday's 1
tfA a Rose Bowl berth kept its

.sljte clean by stopping Iowa I Results NAN .. ..' .
you OF ACTION t I. H." c pn t
ir Gary Snook's bid for a11ng Cleveland 30, Pittsburgh 17
two-point conversion In I New York 34. St. Louis 17
the final seconds The Buckeyes Washington 21, Plula. 10 Edward J. t
i Notre Dame each have won Baltimore 37, San Francisco 7 keep
straght. Dallas 24, Chicago 10
i Boilermakers knocked offending Green Bay 42: Minnesota 13

champion Illinois\ 26I Detroit 37, Los Angeles 17 :
: matching Ohio State's 4-0drmference GURNEYin *
record. Michigan, Next Sunday's Game

il, stayed In the running with a Baltimore at Chicago -- _.
35-0 runaway over Northwest- Dallas at New York, PAN Fen IV THIIU"GU"Y l' M COMCKISSCOMMMTni
ein. The Nov. 21 meeting ofOhio Detroit at Green Bay congress ,JOHN 1IIOTINGt".III.CHAIRMAN
State and Michigan coulddecide Philadelphia at Los Angeles @ Southern Bell

the race. Pittsburgh at St. Louis ..Serving You
%ntord'. 10-8 upset of sev; San Francisco al Minnesota I VYV V VVV VVVVVV

enth-ranked Oregon on Bra-I Washington al Cleveland


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Terriers [h: ActionAt PJH' Ninth Seventh =


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' Eau Gallie Friday Win, Eighth Loses r.




Park?,:av' Junior High Ninth 134: with Parkway leading at 55 yard quarterback sneak. I they got their hands on the ban
.r.iiie i !Prates! kept their win the end of the half. Parkway punted to Schuley, at in the opening\ quarter whett
n niiiK h.ihits by downing the Dc In the third quarter the Pirates the Central 35 where! Schuley 1| Mike Ball ran 66 yards for the
i.mi.i iimmr High Scotties at again scored with a minute picked the ball up and returned touchdown through the middle jjf
s.itHtito Beach Saturday night I left 01a It yard pass play it 65 yards for the touchdown. I the Central line. Bob Kyle added
wi I: rhls victory brings the from Phil Edwards to Evans. Schuley added the extra point. the extra point on a run M
omit ,!Fade season record to S-fl The drive started on the De- At the end of three quarters the 1 I give the Pirates a 7.0 first quarter -
and then three-year record 150. I Laura 29! where Evans recovered score was: Central 14, Parkway I|| advantage.
The Pirates wama no time Mgetting a Scottie fumble. Edwards 7. 1 i Central Eagles got on thl\. ;
on the Scoreboard as quarterback sneaked the extra Central scored again late In I i 1 !Scoreboard In the second quitter .
t they scored on the second play |point making the score 20 I. the final frame when they recovered I.i when Scott ran 23 yards Wf
(from smmmage on a 48 yard DeLaura made It .iIn the a rarkway fumble on ,I I the touchdown. Mike Lltncr addled .
touchdown sprint by Peter Evans fourth quarter when Yerg plunged the' Parkway 20. Six playa later I;I the extra point. The score
around right end with 10:39: over from the one yard Clrndcnon.) the Central halfback, was then tied midway in the
In the first quarter. Tommy stripe. The extra point failed. 1 crowed the goal line standing 'i, second quarter at 7-7 The Eagles .
Hawk's run for' extra point was The DeLaura Scotties( were up on a double reverse. The run went ahead late in the first
short but the Pirates held a 6-0 hindered by fumbling as I for the extra point failed but'!|half when I Don Rogers' pass
quarter advantage over tileS they were lost twice within the ,Central had a !0-7 lead with I'M ,I was Intercepted by Scott at the
ft. <')ttleS. Parkway 20 where alert Pirates I In the game and It ended that Central 45. Scott ran the ball
It ti1. K DcLaura took advantage of a fell on the ball. way, 20.7.Saturday. back on the interception 50
14'yard Parkway kick from The Pirates will play the morning at 10 o' yards to the Parkway I whet)
scrimmage to take over on the Clearlske Rockets at Provost clock the PJH Seventh and Central pushed the ball acrosson
Parkway 30 and six plays lateron I Field in Cocoa Saturday afternoon Eighth grade grldders win travel a Scott' plunge from the 'J-
the Pirate VistocU, the at I o'clock. I to Cocoa to take battle with yard 5t.r1relith 1:16: la the half.
i Scottie halfback, scored standIng Scoring: Parkway Evans 48 1 the Oearlake Rockets. The Seventh The run for the extra point failed
up on a run around left end. yard run (Hawk run failed), grade of PJH has a 4-0 but Central bad I tS-7 halftime .
The DeLaura run for extra DeLaura Vislocki I yard record, while the eighth graders I lead.
point failed and the score was run (run failed). have a 31 work sheet. '
In the third quarter Partway
tied t-6 with 1:27: In the second Parkway Newton 36 yard Scoring: Parkway Claubaugh I
tied
it up on an 18-yard run oy
quarter the first time In many run (Newton run). I 11 yard reverse! (Claubaiiijh Bob Kyle which climaxed a
games the Ninth has been tied. Parkway Evans II yard run)
Parkway drive that started on
,o'' With 14 seconds In the halt.Ronnie pass from Edwards (Edwards Central Schuley 25 yard
y V Wa" their own 41. The Kyle
i Newton scored on a 38 run). I quarterback sneak (Applefatherrun the point after touchdown tall
/.L5".5 I{ yard run around right end after DeLaura Yerg 1 yard quarterback / but the score was tied 13-11 aj
/ twice being trapped by three sneak (run failed). I Central Schuley 65 yard the third quarter ended.In .
-- DeLaura players behind the 111m Downs 14 ,purt return (Schuley run)
LONG GETS HELP-Glen Long, on the receiving be add another yard to the play. Also pictured is line of scrimmage. The rarkway 170 Rushing Yardage 178 Central Clendeflon I yard the fourth period Central 1
H. end of a bruising tackle from Eau Galli,'. Dennis Eau Gallie's J. B. Cowdrt, (31)), Titusville's Charlie drive started at the DeLaura 4H 1* Passing Yarkage M double reverse (run failed) took a IHS lead when the On-

'it ",'&/ Carver, grabs hold of Titusville'i David Ward (20)) Griffin, (70) and Terrier Bill McBride, (74)-S-A) with Newton doing most of the 11 Passes 3I 1 YardtHckPJHS tral line at the blocked 10. Four a Pl.ystatn Parb'lIpunt
jersey while Ward gets set to plunge ahead and may. Photo. leather-lugging. Newton ran the 0 Passes Int. By 0 CJ1IS scored
Scott from the on -yarlstripe.
'\. extra point to make the score 0 Fumbles Lost 3 6 First downs 4
The run for the point af>
; 40 Yards Penalized 6 116 Rushing Yardage: lUIS /
er failed and with 3:04: In the
6-11 Punts 1-M Pawing Yardage 16J
game Central kicked off (o
23:
Passes
Parkway where the Piratesstarted
Central Junior High Eighth 0 Passes Int. By 0
the winning drive at U|'
Graders were bigger, had more 1 Fumbles Lost S Pirate 48.Scoring.
t depth, and had a fleet fnotfdquartt'rback 35 Yards Penalized M
named Bob !Srhuleyand 129 Punts 145By : Parkway Ball 66
the above factors proved yard run (Kyle run).
a the difference in the Central- Don. Htmke Central Scott 23 yard ran
Parkway Eighth: Grade football Don Rogers threw t four yard (Utner run).
game at Draa Field. Central touchdown R. Barnes with 17 Central Scott I yard run
A won M-7. sectmd.1 left In the game to give (run failed).
t *.. 4r Parkway took an early 70 Parkway a IIII tie and C. Ar. Parkway Kyle 16 yard nm
lead in the second quarter when thur ran the point after touchdown (Kyle run tiled).
Hal Claubaugh wont 11 yards on on a reverse to give the Central Scott 1 yard ran
I i: a reverse and crowed the goal Pirates a 20-19 win over the (run failed).
t.i v" it ek line standing up. The Parkway Eagles of Central Junior HighIn Parkway Barnes 4 yard
I drive had started on their own Eau Gallie. I pass from Rogers Arthur run).
R
28 where they gained possession The' winning drive started on : YarditlckPJHS
I of the Central fumble. the Pirate 4H with 3.04 In the arjs
The Central Eagles got on the game. It took Parkway eight 4 First Down 4
J Scoreboard In the third quarter plays to march the 48 yards 123 Rushing Yardage HI
when Rob Schuley went 25 The Pirates were aided on tho 34 Passing Yarkage 0
t :_ g yards on a quarterback sneak drive by a 15-yard personal foul 46 Pauses ..,
_;k t b Applefather added the extra penalty against<< Central and a OPsiuei Int By 1
1 point as Central lied the score 10.yard run by Arthur on a Crumbles Loat ft
at 7-7 mid way In the third quarter fourth and eight situation. 20 Yds Penalized in
t \ Five plays, after' Schuiey's Parkway scored the first time 21 Punts 3-16
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COW AnT HITS TilE SIDELINES, J B. Cowart,

I_ v, l S Eau Gallie halfl- ick gets a block from No. 80. Charles
I Breeden, but Tltuivllle'i Dill Hardin behind Cowart There are those who Scoff at our Space Elforll. they call It. ,

has already it.-.rted: to lock his arms In an effort to "MOONDOGGLE.
__ faring down the 183 pound runner.' Cowart was one

of Eau Gallle'i leading ground gainers.-S-A Photo.
la our current Republican Congressman among thot., since lie Voted
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fr-. Pros Continue To Break Records AGAINST THE 1163 NASA AUTHORIZATION


By MURRAY CHAOS ry knocked him out of the last TOM KENNEY SAYS.
Aimlattd Press Sp.rtt Writer [ five
I Ills touchdown Sunday "I f..1! our Space Program Is vital to our ashen It has brought
Lenny Moore doesn't have helped tie Coin maintain their over :3 billion dollars to our district. Useless It Is curtailed U will brlag
bad
ribs
GALLOWAY'S CAPTURED Give stiff arm failed and Calloway was any damaged or a head Injury.a appendix I ll-game 'lead In the Went with billions more and hundreds of new companies." Over 21000 of our lobe

Calloway, Eau Gallie halfback stopped dropped after a four yard gain around But he d<><* have 13 touchdowns their seventh straight victory are entirely dependent on space activities.

I long enough to tap an unidentified left end.-S-A Photo. In eight games and is In other games, New York
Terrier on the chin, but the attempted helping lead the Baltimore CoPs surprised fit. Louis 1417, Detroit "I WILL VOTE FOR OUR SPACE EFFORTS!
toward the Western Conference'! than! fed I/m Angeles 37-17
title in the National Football Dallas whipped Chkra*> 24-10. "I WILL WORK TO SPEED OUR EFFORTS IN SPACEf
League. Green Bay trampled Minnesota

Jimmy Brown has something, 42-13 and Washington defeated _
too a football first. The J'hIladelphl.21.JO. t.t

Cleveland: ace became the first The Colts built a M e 'lead

\ man In history to fain more tfore the 40er scored on John .
than 10,000 yards on the groundIn
BfOdie'n two-yard pans to Dive t"cw,. '
the Browim 3 over Pittsburgh Sunday Park In the fourth quarter. I Tt'M 1..t1S 'l.;,.J .1
!I"I" While Brown rambled fnr Ifl Baltimore tallied the first time .. ,
yards, Moore gained only 40 It hid! the! ban, Johnny Units b ,rfJ.: > Tom JCeancf ky NASA
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Two of his though went
liJ ram 20! I
bolt.' tnss'ng : yard to Ray Berry cgs. '
for touchdowns: In the J7- Vertical A'NmIlIlalU.
for the touchdown
; 7 romp over San Kraneteeo.
{ The touchdown run of two \ qtr Ing Soon to b. cowpleted. -
; : and five yards IntreM'dMllore' .
h : league-leading point VOLKSWAGENREPAIRS
total to 78 and extended the
I, It SERVICEFor
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:. ,_ nine-year veteran' scoring .
: : ; Tltutvlllo Area
streak to 10 game
Moore ate wffl be Jl later

:I' this month oWt do tno muck MECHANIC Olf DUTY ,
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K-Trtng year. In fact he
dldn So much! of anything. Bad 1 1 ,
6,1. r-Ta kept him out 01 three pre BRUCE'SAMERICAJf
ieaxon games, an emertwwjrarpendo SERVICE

:' 'i : ; t<>mjr benched tarn tut >." 4 W.* .....* It. VOTE FOR
ti : the first two contests of the
; : ,. i .... regular same and a head inju


* * * * TOM KENNEY S

RI-fllCT NOV. I

I. : DfMOC'ATic CANDIDAR. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR


A. CUTTEKPORT

COMMISSIONER CONGRESSTUESDAY

PROVEN DEPENDABLE

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wards, Titusvni; '; i tight( left: end, leaps apse naclu are d"hn Holt 6fl, QUALIFIED EXPERIENCED

between two Eau Gallic defensive Keith Mayftetd, 11 and J B Cowrtoo I rnl ...
high *
fttt far *r a. A Chair
( Pol. Adr. Campaln TtMtunr)
halfbacks to grab a Charlie Hug- Edward1 .1eft.-S..A Photo. y




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Pa.. H Tlfuivllle' (Florid.) Sf.r-Adv.c.fe Mamley, November t 1H4


DOTICB or BALE 2M4INOTICB IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 1M .
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TO KOM-HENinCNT AND FOR BRKVARD COUNTT ....1.4 NOTICE: roB .. Pit No. 14, and the end of said M South Rang 17 Cut and the NOTICE
'Notlo* ta TO FAUDB! L. LINDBRMAN' FLORIDAIN the Board bid. will b* ,. I Ha*. South 210 feet ef that part of U..
tfarauant to t-rD&l.IDr'b at and NADINB P. LINDKRMANhi ChANCERY' MO. MM7 ire u" uatll46 of County' gJ.n\;'43 acre, more or lee*. Government Lot I of RMtloa 42. Classified
Por.oIosQIs eateN IB tIM oau. wife, whose mailing iddru I* HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS lo .mbr : JOHN KISIDA. Jtt TowBihip M Soula. Rang* ,
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Anirilair IB the Circuit Court .f 171 Jaokao Road, Rout On. AND LOAN AMOCIATION Of mleiionar-a II .. In and wife GRACE KISIDA; ROBERT Baat pOop eeet of the Auaaa Telephone . .
tfc* IflSlk AMUotoJ Circuit IB IUd Saraoac, Michigan, you are hereby ORANGE COUNTY an aaoolatlon bou*., Tltu.vlll.Room. In tb A. All:: and wit River In BrowS County Florida Day 2678308M&It
br Brevard County, Florida, I In notified that: cult for fore- exetIn l under the law of A high riorlda. : ,1 OERTIE L. & MART containing 14.1 acre*, more or 1...
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ChanoM? M.104, the under closure* of mortgage encumbering the UnlUd ataU of America. expaarlon Po. XI8IDA TITKO8 and Biuband Def.lldanll.lOTIC 2671399ALCOHOLICS
rfgned a't' will Mil t th. property Lota It It 20. 21, and 22 BlockF Plaintiff tor-complete tube. and loll$ with JOSEPH TITKOSi: LOUIS KIS ). OF ecu Advertising ANONYMOUS
dUiated la Mid County dmcrlbed Olovar Piaoed according to Flat. \f. gallon: IDA and wIfe JOAN C. KISIDA LEO BLANK
M thereof IB Plat Book ( RONALD B. PICARD and The expan.lon foam. SUBJECT TO: MORTGAGE re- JEREMIAH S. OUTMAN If you want to drink that's four
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:'Section J-l Brevard Cousty'rlorid. Florida baa been brought: RBNN MON BUILDINGCORPORATION of foam t In favor of KATHBRUIE B. JANIEN. hi* wlf drinking, that'i our builneii.
., ai per Plat thereof agilnat : Circuit Court a tube per mlnuu HATCH and husband ROBERT THE M.ADOWBaooK
'recorded In Flat Book 12, pose !. and for Uitva':: County, Florida oration; and IT Zd"B't All bid.attaohad.to be F. HATCH JR; and MORTGAGE NATIONAL BANK:
I 115. Publlo Record of Brovard'County. In Chancery by Edgewater. Tltuivllla, Florida, aide of marked"Bid recorded In O. R Book IRVING MILLER Publication AnimalsDACHSHUNDS
Florida Ranch, Inc, and you are hereby Defendant. ....tor".nvelope, 542 page 12 In favor of ETTA FRANCES MILLBR
required to nerve a copy of your NOTICE: or MOITUAUK MAE PAXTON GERALD ORBBCK: WANT AD RATES
The Board .......
together with all itructure. and U DEADLINE f p.m. Day Before -
Aniwer or Pleading to the Complaint FOREI'LOMVRII: SALE TAKE NOTICE: that a Declaration THE TAM-0-LARK
Improvement BOW aDd hereafte on plaintiff'. attorney, E ISV UtAH to retoot any and K-tlA"i." of Taking ha. beea filed la CORPORATION PublIcation for Wed. ItJ'rI. ARC Register
qn maid land, and nature. attache .- O. Denlon. 102 "Wiaway Drive, NOTICE I" MEREST GIVEN- JOE H. the above-etvled cam by the PHILIP UR0ANER: 11 .A.III. Bat For Mon.S ed. 7 month old. 287-4678.
thereto and all ...te. lia Fort Plero. Florida, anti fll* the pursuant to a Nummary Final BOARD CHAIRMAN.OF Petitioner th. acquiring authority MILDRED tmSANBR out* arar ordlOo
,..a, proceed and profit, ao original. Annwer or Pleedlng In the Decree. of Foreoloiur dated 2MB of tbeue proessdlng the tel. HOU CORPORATION ICtabnam
c utnir and to accrue from cold office of the Clerk of the Circuit October, IM4, and entered In COM MIMtONMHf, leg .41 the :..:. '' landp, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ALL CLASSIFIED ADS GIVE AWAY puppies )
tremiM*. all of whloh are Inc Court of Brevard County. Klnrlda Chancery Can No.' lOan of the Florid BRBVARD. for the purpose set forth In thePetitIon that a oomplalat to foreclose that PAYABLE: IN ADVANCE months old, 133 Lenore A**.
uded within the foregoing deeIptlon on or factor th* 18lb diiy of November Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial No 2, In this cauw vli.. A* borrow certain mortgan dated on or Except BttabNcbed Account nue. 287-2194.
r. I. Mon. lOOt
and the babendum there 1M4. If you fall to do *o, Circuit In and for Braved. ) pit and haul route for a portion about March. li. 1180. and recorded Dtoplay Rate
i ater and otber heating, cook egaln.t you for the relict demanded FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN Breverd County. Florida, and that peg 2T3. public record. of Bre Available oa Sequent Boats For Sal.
i ig, refrigerating, lighting:, plumb In the Complaint. ASSOCIATION OF ORANGE IN THE CIRCUIT th. Honorable Vaiier B. Carlton vard County Florida a* modified Th tHar-Advocal n erve*
I.> ventilating. Irrigating sir Done and Ordered at Tltu.vlll, COUNTY an auoclatlon eoietIn l THE NINTH on* of the Judge of the Circuit by that certain agreement dated the privilege of revising or rejecting
c >ncllttanlng, and power *ytem, Florida, tbl 8tb day of October under the law of the United CUlT IN' AND FOR : Court of lbs Ninth Judicial Circuit September 14, 1980. and recorded a a y advertisement CHRISTMAS IS JUST
I lachlnei appliance, fixture and 1V64. Slates of America I le plaintiff. and COUNTY FLORIDA of Florida will on the 1Kb day. In Official. Record Book 128 page which It dooms objectionable AROUND THE CORNER
ajipurtenanan, whlcb now are 01' Curtl n. Barnna. Clerk RONALD D. PICARD and LAW NO. 7472JIOTICK of October. A. D. 1M4. at 1:80 MS public record of Urevard and to chance the claHlflcatlon.
i iay hareafter pertain to, or bi Circuit Court Bnvard MYRNA PICARD, hip wife. end P.M., In the Brevard County County, Florida, which mortgage. of any advertUement from that NOW IS THE TIME
ed with In, on or about sold l lI County, Florid J. A. KRNN WON BUILDING : OF RULE Courthouse at Tltuavlll. Florida. till encumber the following d_ ordered to conform to the policy
remlMB, even though they b* de- by V. H. DnanglnrDeputy CORPORATION, a Florida corporation STATE ROAD consider pete Declaration of Taking orlbed landet of thl paper. TO PUT THAT
t >chd or detachable, at publicIc. I 1 ClerkE. are Defendant, I will cell or FLORIDA an appoint' appraiser*, and make The South 210 feel of the The Star-Advocate will not SPECIAL GIFT FOR HIM
t* the blghmt and brat bid O. Dunlron' to the hliheit end beet bidder for Stale of Florida. such Order a* the Court deem NS'4 of th* 8E"4 of Section be reiponilbl for more than
t or for cuh at 12:00: o'clock Noon 1802 Snoopy Uriv cub at the Eiet: Front door of proper. AU partial to the lult and 22, Townohlp 28 one Incorrect Inaertlon nor will IN LAYAWAY
im tb* 8th day of November IBM Fort Pierce, Florid the County Courthouse In Tltuevllle V. all prtle interested may appearand TUB STATE OJ' rii! >KiUAlTOi It he liable for any error Inadvertdement COMPLETE LINE
*H the Bant front door of the Attorney for Plaintiff Brevard County, Florida, at MARTHA F. CONKLING be heard at the Urn and BERNARD BLANK to a greater. ...
Breverrt County Courtbou In (COURT MEAL) twelve o'clock tho ITth designated.. HARRIET OP BOATING
noon on pine BLANK tent thin the coat of the space ACCESSORIES
VlUuvlll Florida. Oct. 12 19. 16. Nov. I (Mon.) IM4.InuritE NOTICE: OF EMINENT: : .
of hereby MILDRED
j day November 1M4 the fol.10..ln. You and each of you. are BLANK occupied by th. Item la the
{ CURTIS R. BARNES described property a* sot PROCEEDING.IN commanded. to appear by filingan 17 Boat and the South 210 advertisement. Rogers Outboard
THE
J Clerk of the Circuit Court forth In the Summary Final De- AUTHORITY NAME AND Answer to tho Petition heretofore feet of that part of U. 0. Government AU Department
By Mary Jo* linger OK SALB creel OF THE filed la this out. In the entitled Lot I
of
Section Aye.
2J, 1100 Hopklni
OF FLORIDA.TO 1103 Garden St. 2874414
Deputy Clerk Lot I. Block I. COUNTRY- Court, oa or before November Townablp) 28 South Rang 87 Dial 2874711Of
given lying sect of the Banana flea Hour S:00: to I:30
CERN. and to .
or. I (Moa.) IW4. ADDITION accordlnt to Plat all title, interest or Hen you or any
If pursuant to Final Decree of Forecloiur River In Brav.rd County FlorIda Mailing Address Drawer A Building & Const.WILL
thereof recorded In Plat Book partle having or of you have In and to th* abova- .
and 81 entered In the I" saId to contain 141 acre.) Tltumrlll ria.
right title. .
16, Pace 101. Publlo Record Intercut described land and ihow cause baa
cau.e pending In the Circuit been filed In the above named
I of Brevard County. Florida. sags, or other lien to why the same ihould not b* taken
In and Brevard Court
Court for County, by Webb *
Kn.nn. Inc..
: NOTICE or SALE Florida cane dooket No. 266US DATED tbl 8Mb day of October pral' of land for the uses sod purposes set forth Delaware. corporation. and a
1904. erlbed. and the followtna the Petition filed herein. BUILD TO SUIT
I cal Bank
th* underMined Clerk will neil New York Trust
'Nolle. li hereby given tba CURTIS R. BARNES tofether with all unknown W1TNE8U my Hand and the
the property iltuated IB laid pa.". a New York SPECIALIZING IN COURTHOUSES
banking
'Ttur.uaat to the Final Deere of described Clerk of Circuit Court claiming' by, thrmich or Seal of this Court on this. mh day ,
County oration and
: each
so of Chem'l
Voreclo.ur entered In the coupe known porion who are you I* Special Notice ONLY 8000000.
Lot 21, Block C. SILVER Byi Mary Joe Uncer October A.D. 1M4. file
pVndlnt In the Circuit Court of PINES ESTATE NO. I. according Deputy Clerk who ar* not known to b* CURTIS R. BARNE8'" thereto wlWa the Cl.rk your of AND UP
th* Ninth Judicial Circuit, In andft COURT REAL) alive I CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
to plat thereof Moord- Court and to serve a copy ( (Not including the cost
>r Brtvard County Florid.. In ed In Plat. Book 16. pig 147 Noy. 1 (lion) 19 4. SECTION! 70220-2408 I : COURT, IN AND FOR BRE upon plaintiff' .attorneys AL- of the land
Ohancerv No. 2j.161. the under. ROAD f (IB YARD COUNTY FLORIDA 1 )
Publlo Record of Brevard ) LEY, MAASS. ROGERS LIND. ATTENTION JAILBIRDS!IDON'T
Und Clerk will tell the properly County Florida together with NOTICE Or tKTKNTION TO COUNTY NAMES *>; Bit Alice M. M..onI SAY (21 Royal. Polnclana. Plata BE UP TO DATE -
Uuatd In Mid County described the following Itemi of property MKOIKTEK I'ICTITIOVII11"101:\ I: Grace Klilda Borro"I I Deputy Clerk Kouth Palm Beach Florida not YOU WANT A NICE BUILD A COURT HOUSE
eel which are Incited In and In compliance with House Bill P. O. Box UI ( .IIAL: > later than. November 28 1UM. NEW PRISON NEARER
: Lot I, Block E. ROWE OAR permanently In.tallnd a. a part No. 1175 Chapter. Number 1058, Moth Utah I. RICHARDSON elsa a Decree Pro Confeuo will or YOUR WORK EVERY FEW YEARS
{DENS SubdIvision, Suction. of the Improvement on laid Levi of Florida Act at 1141 the IRD J69.L HOLLAND BUILDING be entered against I CONTACT YOUR YMCHMA'REPRESENTATWE
you. HAVE A COURT HOUSE
J-2 according to plat thereof lend und"rl-ned will r. 1.ter with the Joan C. KlnMa. FLORIDA WITNEH8 my hand and official
''recorded In Flat Book 12, Modern Meld Range, Model Clerk of the Circuit Court In Bre P. O. Box eU COUNSEL FOR THE seal /' Tltuavllle, Florida, this AND JAIL BUILT IN YOUR Young Men Court House
:'pace 21 of the Public Record No 155 Serial No. 4020 yard County, Florida, upon receipt Moab Utah 18lb day of October 1884 OWN HOMETOWN.
tot of proof of I of this 12. 10. Nov. 1 (Mon.) 1964. Movers Assoc.
Brevard lbc t Florida OR Refrigerator Model No. publication 8RDL M. (COURT SEAL) FORGET THE COST LET
atrueture and IM04W, Serial No. TW. notice th* following' fIctitious Jobn Klld. Jr.
tfngather Curtis R. Berne
802642Whlrlaway name. to wltl Bert' Imperial. la P. O. Box 8116Mo.b. THE TAXPAYER MAKE NIDY CONSTRUCTION resldentiah .
,
improvement now and hereafter Garbage. which I am engaged In birber THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Clerk Circuit Court YOUR CONFINEMENTMORE
oti said land and fixture* attached Model Dlipoial hop builnee at Tltuevlll. Florda Utah NINTH JUDICIAL CIR By V. I. Bpangler. commercial and re
No. m
thereto and all rent, I.- 106782 Serial No. and that the underlined SRD 1H1, U OF FLORIDA. IN' AND Deputy Clerk CONVENIENT. modeling. 12 years 'in Titus-
Louie KieideP. ALLEY
ales, proceed and profit ao Luxalre Furnace, Model No. are the only perton loUreited In O. Box 85Moab BREVARD COUNTY LINDSAY. MAA811. ROGERS It WRITE YOUR YMCHMA.REPRESENTATIVE Vile: Licensed and bonded.
from aidpremlmi '
drulng and to accrue ( said bu.lni*.
JU 6H74, Herlal. No. 4 Phone AM
Utah Attorney for Plaintiff. 72326.
all of which are Included Dated al Tltuivllle, Florida In Chancery
,clewirlnt- Lun.lre Air Conditioner, Mod. SRD 155.1. 821 Royal foiJlcl..n. Piano. Young Mem Court House
within the foregoing el No Hh 100 00. Serial. CAJ4t this :24tb day of October, A.D. Ella Ma Pax No. 20,407 Palm !Mouth
ton
Beach
IIjn *nd the hahpmluin Ihareof, 1964. KNAPP INC., a 0.1.wa'D Florid Movers Assoc.
.Ho all ...., ileam electric water, public for c.Hb lale to bntwern the hUhnt the hour bidden 8"1'1 lIulnmon Cleburne P. O. Box. TeiaaSRD 515 corporation! .-and_ CHEM_ Oct. 18. M. Nov. 2. ( (Mon.) 1984. Continued On Next Pate
tnd other heating:, eooklng refVlgeratlng of II o'clock In the forenoon and Oct. 36. Non. 2. .. II (Mon.. 111II4 HANK I'I..W biKe
lighting plumbing, 2 o'clock In the l/it./ !. ( COMPANY a New York
Ventilating, Irrigating:, air conditioning bib day of November afternoon AD.on the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Gertie L. Ratter I Clorporallon, p ,
and power ylem, at the front dor of the Broverd 1964 THE: NINTH JUDICIAL CIR P. O. Box 885 Plaintiff.
tfiachlne. appliance, flxlure and County Courthouse In Tltu.vlll CUlT. IN AND FOR THE Moab Utah V.
,
ppurlenancei which now are or I Florida.. COUNTY OF BRBVARD. STATE: IRD U .l, WELLPOINT OF FLOR
obey hereafter pertain to, or b. /./ Curtl. R. Birne. or FLORIDA Robert A. flutter INC.. a Florida oorporaton
tired with. In, on or about laidpVemlm Clerk' of the Circuit Court IN CHANCERY NO. 20800 P. O. Box CM BLANK. HARRIET
even though they b* lietkcbed By Mary Joe tJn.o.I.pul" THE: BKAMKN'ir BANK FOR Moab Uleh MILDRED BLANKL.EO .
or dutachable at publIc RAVINGS IN THE CITY OF RD 1591 BLANK. L. D. BRADLEY
MIle, to the hlghe.t and beet bidder (COURT SEAL) Clerk NEW YORK a New York corporation Nancy M. .aright / / L. D, BRADLEY AND AHOCIATB8 QJQoj ,
for eh at 12:00 o'clock Noon Nov. a (Mon.) 19M. lilt Grand Street I BURNUP 81 Ml*. i
On the 81 h day of November 1BB4.I plaintiff' Council Bluff.. Iowa ,, a Florida corporation, CAN. .
the Kail front door of the v.' HOME SITES. INC., a ec0.sv
Hrevard County Courthouse In JAMES H. MEADOWS .and Joerph Tllkn corporation' FLORIDA ( .
Tltuivllle Florida. HELEN N. MEADOW' hi* wife, P. O. Box. MSMoeb CORPORATION a Flor-
CURTIS R. BARNES The Titusville Star. Dofrndent Utah. corporatIon JEREMIAH S. Millions of Floridians Il8
("'.ItI.11 ftOTiric!: or ""I.to: SRD No. 150.1. & CEDRIC J. JANIEN
I Clerk of the Circuit Court NOTICE II HEREBY GIVEN Mary Klilda Tltko. -- JANIEN his wife, :
J By Mar Jo* linger Advocate 1 1st In circulation that pureuaat to the Final Decreeof P. O. Box 886 married.. THE MEADOW
Deputy Clerk Foreclosure and Bale entered Moab Utah NATIONAL BANK, a say. :,
t In the cauae pendingla the Circuit SRD 1S/'.1, 111II .. banking corporation, ; 1. : .
COURT BEAD in North Court In and for Brevard' SECTION 70220-2401: It MILLER. FRANCES
Roy. S (Mon.) 1964. County, Florida, Case. Docket No. ROAD ( ((1.811) GERALD OR8ECK 0 and you'll l'
211II00. I will soil.. at public auction COUNTY DESCRIPTION PATRICK UTILITY agree:
Jrevard. to the beet and hlgheet bidder for SRD No. 1S .1. 16)3 161 a Florida corn ,
cuh between the hour of eleven HAUL ROUTE RALPH A. SQUIRE,
o'clock In the forenoon and two HAUL ROUTE FOR TAM-0-LARK CORPOR
iSONOTONE o'clock la the afternoon on the PIT NO. 14 LEFT OF a Florida corporation. WlIIen'
Utb day of November AD. 1W4, tm+14t (PART) STATES OF AMER. ff
:; FOR EVERY HOUSI at the front door of the Breverd That. part of I PHILIP URSANER. MIL .l
FURNISHING NEEDMATHER'S County Courthouse In Tltuivllle, The NW* of NEK: URSANER. SUMMER:
Florida tbe followlnc deeorlbed Intercut Highway and REX FRYE d/b/a
$onotone of Orlando real property! Section 13, Towaehlp Jl FRYE. 1901J CORPORTION -
Lot I, Block K, ROWE GARDENS Range M Eaet a New York corporation,
>Murray 8. Long, Din.. Mgr. of NIW SMYRNA SECTION' M-l. accordIn lying South .and within 10 nd all parties claiming by. No Matey for a ftoncteg!
01 N Magnolia Orlande 422.2101 to plat tbcraot a. recorded a line deecrlbed a* follow under aDd .against the !
Call Collect 471-4131 bWOP'' Book 12. S3. mon. en the South n..m.d. corporate sad Indlv.
N.w Smyrna Beach Record ot Brevard Township .. defendant and all pereoni. C
t1:8E.:
County Florida at a ptnt 1 rmi and corporation. having oraiming ELECTRICWATER
MR. BUILDIRl Are You Curtis R. Barnes feet Weit from tb. any right, tItle. *etat.
PLIASID with the Quality of Clerk of the Circuit Court nor thereof run thence or Intereit In the following
TERRAZZO FLOORS? By I Mary Jo tinier Iv'M'SS' West 6411.41 feet land lying iHuat and .
your Deputy Clerk' point of beginning, run la '(ha Count of Hrevard. HEATER
Why not trf (IIIIAI.: OF THB CIRCUIT South eTM'iir: West 7I24 the Slat of Florida to-wltt
OWENS TERRAZZO INC. COURT) the Northeaat. corner of h* South 310 feet of the NEK of
Call) CluUeet Noy. a (Ko.) loOt the SE14 of Section 12 Townihlp super.fast super.safi

Hew ( Itoenh OA I-MWI ..-
nrrna .
.o
3 Is, 0 INSTALLS ANYWHERE

1- NO FLUES-

THE PET SHOP \ NO VENTS NEEDED

j U07 N. Mllli, Orlando, GA J-0155 \ t; >' Lota of hot water fc a

:' "Everything For Your Pet" hurry aDd precious

THE FLORIDA SHAVER peace of mind tool
: : ,
Jfancy Collari-Laihi-Teyi -
SERVICEAll See At new moddt at your

Pudge, Fish, Puppies Supplies oppZwll09dealus'Numb It

74 N. Orange, OrUnd, GA 3.1742I Make Electric Shiver Servce or eUctrisal contractor.:

I -Factory Trained Personnel

I Parts In Stock-Same Day $*rv.
: CHARLES SLADE III
Ice 14 Years Experience

: RARE COINS 395 N Orange Orlando. GA 3-1M5 : 9 1

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i We Buy and Pay More BOND-! OWELL :

Largttl Stock of Coins Around LUMBER CO. Now cheaper than sect to

:383 N. Orange, Orlando, 425-490
60
It New Smyrna Beach ALL-ELECTRIC!

North Florida'! Largest Dealer
I t .then to it in II.
M CMRMnatioi!
There' A Material Difference

Osborne Poppell Your beit friend In Building ,, with flami-typ fools se

Furniture Co. Inc. Call Collect 421-24(1 J : :
\ The recent $10 million rate

reduction (fourth major
Interior Decorating Learn Nowl

Will-to-W.il InstallationS Carpeting WOODY'SHairstyltng Hairstyling MOVINGOMETHING ? Sunshine price cut in Service 10 yean Electricity) makes


Draperies Ctrpett Inatitut It. *o eeiy to r.nt. King Truck. On. GET A a better buy than ever before.

I Horn of Fine Furniture 2504 McRa St.

Drexel and Penniylvinla Orlando, 424.8573MaternaLana low soot oven overvtMir?; ovoo MS.S.eRe..S7Ietorurjwiaepeidp.r

721 Palmetto 428-S021 r"I"'I". Yovl find |.at what 'OIl co4Bri0ESsam

': I[ I N f
New Smyrna Beach need for any slio jcb.


I OF ORLANDO Don't wait another day tnvotffgat


i New Smyrna Bullden Central Florid'i Mont and NEXT TIME GET A ICING RENTAL D B FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT. COMPANYfUllO
Supply Co.
Compute Maternity Shop IXaCfM IA\U
\ ,lumber & Building Materials TRUCK It Cottt S* LIttle.E. fUllO fit/I. OA

(I i"Everything Dixie Freeway for at the Canal Builder"St. .4. NORTH flArdea OI&\NOI I-MW: ATE.OArdei !:. .. SUNRISE BLVD. AT 10th AVENUE TRUCKPhone C


j J Cell Nw Collect Smyrna 42I-M21 Beach *4* I. OKAMCIB l-Ma<< ATE.: Louis King Collect JA 3-7326




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PETITION TO BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF



VOTERS READ\ l'llre pelilion" BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA



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Wo the under.Ignei trutllHod electors of Brerard County Florida, who are taxptycn oa

What Does Your SIGNATURE Mean?


t real or personal property in Brorard County. DESIRING A CHANGE. IN THE LOCATION the




County Seat of Brerard County present this petition pursuant to the provision of Section 138.0!,

IT MEANS: *|


Florida Statutes, and PRAY FOR A CHANGE OF THE LOCATION of such County Soat W. potllion .




the Board of County Commlaaionori of Brorard County Florida to order an election to "

; ., You FAVOR MOVING(j The Courthouse


\::;: ...,' hold at ... ......1 precincts Brovard County for th. location of such County Sat u provided

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by Chapter 138. Florida Statut.*.


4 IM PoT Adv By Brevard County Citizens Committee Donn Searlr, Chairman
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BEST BUYS :

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(Cbnttaued from preceding page]I Mobile Homes
For Rent Help Wanted Real! Estate Real Estate Real Estate ltl-10 Acre located hit'

Business Property TRAILERS FOR SALE thin H mile from new 1-96
HOUSES FOR SALE at WOO per acre Ci h. :
SOUVENIR. TOURIST Shop ROOMS FOR RUNT PEMALI Hiir WANTID" HAYES HOUSIS FOR SALE
HOUSES FUsE SALI
snack bar fruit stand. Novelties week. SALESLADY TRAILER SALES COURT HOUSE FOR SALE
$12 50 PER PERSON.per EXPERIENCED NICELY LANDSCAPED well H3-10 Acres in Indian Rlv

General Merchandise Rocket Motel. Mima. Phone wanted apply in person, New and Used Mobile kept 2 bedroom 2 bath home NEW SMYRNA BEACH LOCATED IN TITUSVILLE er Park located west 01
Shop. Long established, goodbusiness AT 3% OF REPLACEMENTCOST ,
267-309T. Fredrick's, 211 Hopkins. Homes Alhambra Street 267-5658. Indian River Plantation
I large inventory. Look around and if .
see you can and priced at 160 per acre,
For ule! on account of death.: SLEEPING ROOMS and ef LADIES WHITE, telephone Orlando 277-9671 3 BEDROOM bath. Excellent! duplicate aU the desirable (THANKS TO THE GENER. 29% down balance 3 ,e.ra..
Will sell with without real ficienciea for rent 801 Orange work experience not necessary 8210 E. Colonial Drive condition, near lake. Good features you find here In one OSITY OF BREVARD COUNTY
estate. Lodg lease. Reasonable St 26T-3400. day or evening. Salary fishing. Total price $11.900. place, for only $6500; fully TAXPAYERS)
Toby's US t, Scottsmoor $1.25 per hour. Write BoxA DISTINCTiVELY NEW $400 down. Edward Realty. furnished excellent condition "DON'T SIGN THE PETITION 191-40 aerei within city line
North of TitusviHe) Florida. AIR CONDITIONED MOTEL .2, Star Advocate. 12 Baldwin Center 2 nice bedrooms, locateJclose ill. Possible homing lite.
room. Reasonable. Call 267- SKYLINE and STARNOW Phone: 267-3604 Shopping Evenings and to stores river and TWO BEDROOM C.B. house 3 Priced to tell.

Camping Hunting 4103. MOTHER AND HOUSEWIFE Weekends 267-2321. beach in fine neighborhood years old on Indian River. --
1 need 3 ladies for work. Ceramic tile modern
bath
STORIS FOR RENT survey on display I 1* a complete $1200.00 down for one of the
CAMPER. REASONABLE. See turn your spare time into line of all models and sties. S MILES north of Oak Hill. 3 nicest new bedroom bath kitchen fireplace screened 183-20 Acres Juit outside city

at second house north of NEW STORE building for office money. Start now makingyour Modern or Early American bedroom 14 bath furnished homes we have seen-on a patio, utility room. Fully $1500 IlmlU. High rolling land
Kelly's Block plant, jlinis,. or business. 13x60 ft : Christmas expenses. 4 decor front kitchens and even double garage, boathouse beautiful shaded lot among furnished even to TV. Boathouae per acre with 29%
Heated and alrconditioned. hours per day, 9-1 p.ra., $1.25 private dining rooms. 2 and 3 dock and sea wall. other lovely new homes. with electric hoist. down
Child Care Phone 267-8160. $1.50 per hour. No exper. bedrooms. All budget pricedfor Phone for appointment 267. Call for appointment flberglans 17' boat 55 IIP
hence necesssry, see Com worry free living. 2326. MARGARET S. KUKNA. motor like new. Best of N WOMAN desires FOR RENT or lease, storispace. psny Representative 9.30- REALTOR log Will finance. 734-0367 available IB several loci.
ELDERLY babysitting in own home. $2 20 x 60 ft., or suitablefor 1030.: Room 2, 317V Washington Used Trailers EXECUTIVE HOME 4 bedroom 419 Flagler Annul Belch ld. near Edgewater. tlona. Select your lot and

week. Experienced office Located Magnolia Avenue. I 3 bath with Family Room and 428-8221 or 4M8142 (eves) have a home built from
per day, per 3 BEDROOM, Ui bath house
excellent references. Plaza $123 monthly. 2671928.WAREHOUSE CHECKOUT CASHIER, age 21- '5* NASHUA 40' x 10' 1 bedroom 2,:.I e"ar'::.ur r"lb Dish-- near CoquIna School and your plan*.

2670288. FOR HINT 33, cashier experience re Set up on lot with awning. kitchen. Excellent location. REDUCED TO $a,5o0f;; Immediate shopping center In Whitper

CARE FOR pre-school child in quired. Apply In person to '84 YELLOWSTONE 27' x I', 1 See this today Edwards short-term sale lit 3 and brtrm. cb. Ing Lakes area. 267'3780. 410-ZonH R.3. 100 feet x 100
2nd Mortgage -
week. IndianRiver WAREHOUSE SPACE Mr. Stanger Eckerd Drug, bedroom. Realty 12 Baldwin Shopping feet Total price $3000:
my home Heights bf 2CT-2907. GOOD SOUND BUILDINGWAS Pirtle Plaza Shopping Cen Center Phone : 267-3604 Evenings ($3041 and $360) Smiles (Continued on next page) $3000 down remainder negotiable.

.. FORMERLY BREVARD ter. '53 STREAMLINE 28' x I', ..ireond. and Weekends 267-2311. to new causeway toMILA ,
and Cape K: Walk to
.. I bedroom.
For Rent COUNTY RENTAL-COURTHOUSELOW EASY TERMS SALESCLERK for cosmetic '53 NASHUA 30' x 8' 1 bedroom INDIAN RIVER HEIGHTS. 3 schools shopping center Lot
: department. Cosmetic sales JO x 120 three shaded I Indian 538-US. No.
bedroom l' I I9f 1 FRONTAGE
THE OWNERS bath $800 down
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RENT CONTACT COUNTY experience helpful but not re SMALL DOWN PAYMENT $67 monthly includes ill 26705SS. River City 131 Tuscar 110 ftet In Scottsmoor, 300
BREVARD
TOR TAX PAYERS"DoN'T 'I quired. Age 21 to 35. Apply EASY TERMS ora Road. Call 7233078. ft. deep Total price ia a
in person to Mr. Stinger low: $10,000 with (4000 down
Floor PhoneAM Sanders. Polishers T-3255 SIGN THE PETITION"WAREHOUSE : Eckerd Drug Pirtle Plaza MARTIN'S MOBILE 3 YEAR OLD home for sale WHISPERING LAKES. 3 bedroom I and balance la 1 years al,

Paint Outlet suitable for I Shopping Center. HOMES SALES by owner bedroom IV m tiled bath, FII4 1%. Also. 400 ft. adjacentto
Factoty bath. Fenced yard valuation $13,500 $430 down. above \1* available at 130
shop garage or storage In 1224 N. U. S. I Many ex
Bald ; ; : MALI HELP WANTED tras. Central heat air-con 267-2417. foot with term
'" Shopping Center center of town. See H. H. Titusville 267-301 per open

'I Hudson at Star-Advocate. North of Overpsss ditionln,. Payment $83 month EDGEWATER I bedroom fur. 1 1y --
APARTMENTS FOR RENT ATTENTIONI $1300: down. Call 2677764. I nished home Modern. Car
WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER need 3 men to help me In 345.U.SFRONTAGE..
FURNISHED BRAND new 2 construction. Any size up to my business. See District TRAILER LOTS POM SALI CLASSIC HOMES ifloo.oo porte, utility room $KWO.OO' :200 ft just north of Mims
down
bedrooms, all modern central 30,000 square feet. lease. 267- Manager, 930.1030 Room 2, Park Avenue 142 feet deep. Reduced
heat and alrconditioning. 0564.: Industrial or commercial 317 H Washington Avenue. LOT 75 x 110 all utilities on Down Realty 103 E. Park AvenueEdgewster price of 112.000 and loca.
Nothing See Us To
No children Under 12. ,$UO, space available. lot. very reasonable. AM 7. Florida. iiWatch Uon make thli a food Inveitment.

267-07 $ or 267-6654. NATION'S FASTEST growing 8887 after 3 P.M. day. Titusville's Best Home TITUSVILLE, 4 bedrooms 1 .
2 SMALL OFFICES and food chain his several Value 3 and
warehouses openings <4< Bedrooms, 2 baths, den separate dining
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT, for rent. 200 in the TitusviHe
area.
newly decorated,. furnished feet airconditloned square office Permanent position very liberal Moving & StorageLOCAL Full Bath Homes with Gar room alr-conditloned 2100 559-U.S.: No. I FRONTAGE.
267-0619. ages. square feet, adjacent to Wnls- 500 feet located 3 miles
600 ft. warehouse benefits good
plus sq. company .
poring Hills golf ,.
AND LONG distance ('oun north of Mimi. Gradedtract
$125 monthly each. I. starting salary must have
unfurnished air- space. $24,300: With $2500 down and
BEDROOM, Is feet
W. Childre Realty. 267-5563. high school education over movers Moving, BUY NOW 400 deep. Prlced -
conditioned. stove and e:1rafr $131 monthly P ft I and FIIA ..;
garsge 21. and desire a position for packing, shipping, ;; low Sits
refrigerator $135 plus util the future. Contact the 7-Elev. storage crating. Free ...tI.m.lel. WILL TRADEat insursnce. 111 Echo acne, ....... ........... .. loot 29"a down, r.ran 8yr.
20th. 1533
ities. Available Oct. For Sal. 2671818. at 6%.
Hibiscus St. 267-6317. en Stores office, 80,1 N. Flsle 267-3341. Brevard where" yen are ionil!
Cocoa. Phone 636-9635 Monday Ridgeway Mayflower. Colonial Heights Our skilled meveri put tti.

APARTMENT OR trailers. 21 INCH CROSLEY console TV thru Friday, 1-5 p.m. or Hopkins Ave. South care *f your h.u.*hold furniture 57 -U S. No. I, 50 ft. I'ootalll
Weekly or monthly rate., adults $25.00; green vinyl covered stop by your friendly neighborhood Real EstateA 2678641MOVE end eriter valuable Items I 135 deep. Scottsmoor. $1350

only. 504 Garden. recliner chair $5; see after Ip.m. 7-Eleven Store to pick LADIESCAN tires that's why se many Cash.

RENT ., 1039 Alford Street TliusvUIe. up application and get more REAL STEAL IMMEDIATELY Into 1. ppl are pleated with" the
DUPLEX FOR information. This is an equal fine service
we live thorn
FULLY OPERATIONALCOURT 3. or 4 bedroom homes, brandnew
opportunity employer.CARPENTER.MASON. YOU USE 177-107 feet on US. No. I
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED HOUSE in area of much higher' fast north of Mlmi. Zoned ,
2 bedrooM. central NEW 1965 MODEL to build HAS SERVED BREVARD priced homes. Small down Think: of BU-2. house on property

heat and air. 2674Q70. PORTABLECOURTHOUSE 1 house extension. Phone 267. COUNTY FOR YEARS payment and only $U month. Extra MoneyEach Priced low it $10,500 with
ON WHEELS. 1481. PRICED DIRT C1IEAP ly total payment. VA no down some terms.illoApprox. .
HOUSES FOR TENT CAN BE MOVED TO ANY I CONTACT EAU GALUE JC'S payment BRENTWOOD ESTATES FIDELITYALLIED
CITY IN BREVARD MECHANIC brake and front west on Garden St, & Every Month
HOUSE RENTAL. leue only. 3 COUNTY ONCE EVERY end man. 267-9811 or 267-4018 ACREAGE FOR ALI AM T-7142 or 6325633. i 400 ft. U.S. No.
bedroom 2 bath Fla. room. I Agent
1 frontage in Bellwood
Whispering Hills, $150 month- AIR MONTH.AT NO RUNS EXPENSE ON HOT TO, TRUCK DRIVER wanted. GENEVA AREA 20 acres Year Round? ? VAN LINES Choice site for filling at a.

ly. Call 2673669.2REDROOM __ ANYONE I Steady employment. Must mostly high pine land $7,500, HILL TOP tion. Priced low at $73 per
have chauffers license. Apply half cash T. W. Mere Broker. STORAGE TRANSFERDAY foot 29%, down.500Lhkeview .
BATH IRC (Except Taxpayers City Hall, 525 Palm Avenue Sanford 322-24 for appointment. COQUINA SCHOOL YOU MAT guxurrIF
Phone 267.2436.UNFURNISHED. "DON'T SIGN THE PETITION"PIANOS Tltusvllle Florida. you L1VI IN OR NEAR OR NIGHT ,

AREAThe Phone AM 7-0221 Hills. 3 bed
1 bedroom ORGANS .No IT. MTCnH lAltAMOTAIT
COOK. EXPERIENCED openIng 162 ft. 400 .
by ft river to highway room I bath. Central heat
house 2 tile baths. Large down payment up to five apply in person Sands close In. Excellent buy, moment walk Into the riERCI TITUIV1LL1C and air lilA $430 down,
living room, built-in range, years to pay. First paymentFebruary Restaurant 319 Washington Edwards Realty 11 Baldwin you DATTONA BEACH nothIng down with VA fllancing. .
mtrince foyer you realize this
and Utility room. 1965. Mr. $, Cocoa
carporte Avenue.
Shopping Center Phone: 267 a a real family home CL.EWMTON LAKKLAND: e .
$125.00 month. 267-1928. School of Music. 636-5375
collect. NEED TWO licensed salesmen 3604 Evenings and Weekends ST. AUOUSTINB OAIN.Esvll.La .
To left la large formal
2672321.DISTRESS
3 BEDROOM HOUSE. $120 for Real Estate office. Call your a : TAILAHAMCB lOT-WeU' located home. Clone

monthly, phone 267-1739 after PHOTO CHRISTMAS cards Mr. Luck, Ray Carpenter SALE Corner our living family room,room and to then the on right Into, .ERRING rUNTAOORDA to public and Pirorhlalachooli

5 p.m. Gregory Studio 267-3766. Bealty 267-8813. Acreage, East side US No. Hardwood floors,
1 the separate dining room and OKEECHQttCI: tKER-:
OFFtCI'FOR RENT PRACTICE"PIANO and Richey Rdv 3 miles north Utchen. closed In Florida room
FOOD STOREROOM clerk BUBO rtRBT LAKE
of Mimi Included. Priced
173' x 600 cleared. drapes at
Refinished and in excellent
Air conditioned office or re- playing condition. over 21, with experience preferred High and dry. ,Will let go for From the master bedroom CITT .Of A LA,. .BRADBNTOrfjWS $14,900. $1500 down and $102
call Mrs. 267-
tall and service spaces. Excellent KIRK: SCHOOL OF MUSIC 1241. Santos $11.800, $2000 down. Lee Co you walk out Into your own private per month pays all Shown

locations, in new 2126 W. Tropic 267-6385. a wan, Owner 27-3687, solarium for sunbathing I. ) joggn '.41.. wllbplmtMiO JES$ W. CHILDRE bJ appointment.
buildings. !bsrbecuelng or growing plant *)UISA *. !* -

SEE ELECTRIC SHAVER service on Lost I HOUSES FOR SAL Call for II.into.",.. t.*. were. ..III.<.. l C.lft II own ..Y. eWlOiC 133: INDIAN RIVER:
11 I SYDNEY SCHWARTZ all makes Jay Bee lewelera.Indl.n us an appointment.
A4SrtI.IeI iP the MilmiMcr.td
4 LAJIGE bedrooms forced sir HEIGHTS. S bedroom, 2
t iei.r.wltni. e.i.Icing. .
S. REALTOR Avenue TltusvlUe River Plaza LOST sll'GE equipment. FIIA tlt. Total price $!1.1100.< l ........- ..r" thiS f bath, central heat and air
1141 Hopkins FIRST QUALITY Spinet MEDIUM SIZE Blue Tick, 16" 700/ $600 down. 267-3M4. u. *<* pies vnllmll(4 lulls conditioning. Built In oven
2678100. price. Terms available.piano.Low 1 Beagle, heavy, black saddle: NEW'GARDENDALE SUTTON & ASSOC. vail. monthly' and range fenced yard.

NEW BUILDING ffiee space 267-0596. South of Msytown Road. RE 3 bed REALTY CO. tW' $1300 down and $11II per
.
U.S. 1 So. Tituiville, 2,000sq. I WARD. Name Of owner on air room., 2 bath central beat. 1128 So. Waihlngton TOT work. 01 e hIsS conditioning built bull sad will k
In *
ft. 2672849. GO-CART for sale, plus parts. Collar. Call collect 428-8189 2671440 the .ost.lC miami Heralii ment.
$100. See at 106 Nidy Avenue, New Smyrna. range dishwasher, double car rt.Miri..4 .......,."..
On U.S. 1,,prim f flotation call 267-4676. garage Large beautifullylandscaped --- -- ____ ilvn In ,.u> ...., AM urrllorlm .
267-061n./. ... 267.886t. corner lot, patio TOP CASH art *n>tMlid.rrl.i. WHITE ACRES MA-Larg 3 bedroom, 3 bath
REPOSSESSED SPINET Mobil. Home fenced in backyard, offered la 3 minutes for good uiH. home on attractive Mendel
R $ FOR RENT Save over $200 on this piano by owner, 267-7282. Furniture. ,..101.. ai",'. I I.. No qualifying-New 4 bedroom Lane. Many extras with
Take payments. Miami with ill ........ this preowned horns Only
up TRAILERS FUR RENT I I bald Sell Price 117,100.
I GREER McMORRIS, INC.Repossessed .
PRIVATE ENTRANCE and EASY TERMS, no MM wry .emu.sy 'I'vo'ltSOi
qualifying
$13.130 with
KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIc.. -- ---- Down payment $600. Monthly $tilJO: down.
bath. 1 fir 2 men. $10,00 week 2126 W. Tropic 267-8383 2 BEDROOM, $73 monthly, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, situated on furniture outlet inurt your $127 1 Including Shown by appointmentliftAll .
secoici. payment -
Iy. Phone 267-2090. furnished nice cabana, lake wall to wall carpeting, S43 U.!. I IRC or 110 S. Hopkins ., latereat, taxei and prlnrlpal :U'aursnte. -

OLD NEWSPAPERS suitablein Christmas Park, call 368-2011 beautiful kitchen priced $!!.. TUusvUle .
BOOM IN PRIVATE home. packing and moving furniture or stop at sales office. 600. 267-3096. 267-139 Dsy or Night WK: PKtrrR.... m.iur.. war new 4 bedroom 2
Breakfast and lunch available :t',1", ': ;: with crew. bath home la excellent location.
wrapping Hah protecting .. .. .huld hive New 3 bedroom Ilk batk.
267$739.: floors and furniture when TRAILER POI SALE INDIAN RIVER City, spilt pr.tbe. rnuitei or pobIteleeleet Central durted gas
painting etc. Big bundle Soc.Circulation level, 3 bedroom I bath. Many ROCK GARDENNURSERY ........,... A lye.- hell price $14. 00. Down" payment heat by Chrysler, WsitlnR.
BOOMS,FdR, ''ME Kitchen dept at Star- MOBILE ROME OWNERS extras $1500 down, $120 ..rI'., U k.lnrul... 1 but .(,. $490. Mon'hly payment house electric range and

prlvilaWs$ TV/aMI washer. Advocate rear of building. month includes aU. Balance .eoieltsl.rlv.l< lnlonkaM Y., mut list hire' a. $111 1 Including principal I Intereat oven $I'.2 AM 7I1tcJPgn.,;; LIVE RENT $13,200. 2675521.ENVELOPES I. ...." ...... taxes and Insurance. with lilA financing.
I I FURNITURE DISCOUNTSALES.
rent with kitchenprivileges' Get Acquainted SALE New 3 bedroom. 2 bath let
BOOM FOR Mattresses offered at .
IN
: TOUR eppIlostle. Ullar.I
267-0810 before S, warehouse prices. See us today FREE Business Sizes, I* Now Going On Ph.d I .!*. rr lull price $...nell). Dow payment 2*-Prime business locatlnn
after It 2678868.ATTRACTIVELY 2111 Garden St Nidy for mailing. Full stock atStarAdvocate. -.EXAMPLELlfuitrvm mm*, .I ', nitna $ .._ ;
Shopping Center. 267-1733 or rwMdtiw* .*...44rM....,. Oti ind I UhoM r Including principal, Intersil, off new 4 laned Garden
FURNISHED. 267-1926. SZO down payment and 120 a frera: ISs. .*., ki4k....'> ..... yew tit taxes and Insurance Street. Modern horn on
privit' fcath. TV, close to month will buy your own fun tmnlnrminl *.4 both puppa's property Including separate
See ad Friday
Cape .a.d' downtown faculties. BARGAIN HOUSE acre mobile borne lot at beanttul S22S our OLD DIXIE every IfWY. work. ".'.'er, ... hot New ] bedroom, I huh Conventional double garage and builnei
Me L for two lien tie- New and Used Furniture sod Lake Louise Estate BE SAFE! f veer .u..L Wtw financing $17,130.: .
between TituavlUe A Mime ul4 ...,...... ,.t_ Down '''ment building. Zoned BP
$030. Large living
men. Lowiweekftk rate. 267- appliances We buy trade and Become your owe land1or4.DoD" H mile north of Lagrange C.<,.. hell koiiM ..< p
S389. sell Refrigerators $23 and tear up rent receipts each ,.,...... room, turquoise kitchen,
UP. guaranteed. 2510 HopkinsAve. month. Many families now re- BE SURE! Cemetary fireplace. 1 02-Lovely I bedroom home
267-2BW
TO BUSINESS; man. Very con on well landscaped I shaded!
Phone 2674703. Open side In our beautiful trailer community
Write Commercial slt U.S. No. Iand
venient aad kates most rea I s on lot. floors
Vinyl ,
I gas fireplace
Friday nights until t visit as and see for -- Garden Street from $
sonable. Reference exchanged CAN BE FINANCED yourself the finest cell-owoad Deal Only to $75,0uo. .DOG beater. Refrigeratorand
call 287-6523: nights. mobile home park. mo PHONE CALISI stove Included. Close:
FINE WATCH and Jewelry re ef of MIAMI MFHALD i.ANirtrn to Parkway Junior High
maid LAKE LOUISE ESTATES The Cost a pack Call
2 BEDROOM utilities ADVCKTIIINU DKPANTMHHTMO. ;
pairing. Jay Bee Jewelers. With AREALTOR School. Only $9100, Buyer
14 stIles esst of Orlando on Cigarettes day will
287-4103.
service reasonable. per
Indian River city Indian River Route M Phone 368-2761 buy an excellent Christmas I HKNALD PLA2A. J. W. CHILDRE Realty nuat finance.
Plaza.
BOOMS WITH bath TV. air OR CHRISTMAS PARK Present for your MIAMI fLOftlPA SSIt 267-5363

..on4daw.d4)aEaworkers... SEWING MACHINE repair afl I Route No. SO Christmas, Pta children. 4TTICIfTIII., I. T. ('I'.IHO.I1A1111 M Large building lot In
$30 weekly double; $25 single.Meals makes. Phone 267-9208. Phone: 568-2011 CflfJlIlIlNATOIl 'Service Beyond the Contract" Mimi area. 230H9S feet
available. Phone 2679742 Look for thisAsymbo1 -
deep. Paved street to orogeny.
Mila Motel Rte. 1 south! I for your WORLD BOOK Reduced to $2330:: for

of new causeway. I quick aale.RF.NTAL .
SEE OAKWOOD TODAY 3 protection. It sifr RepreeeMaClve -North Srevard's Oldest Real Estate Service"

Business Sixes, I pities Integrity
ENVELOPES 267-4775
I bedroom tunllherf
for mailing. Full stock at and high professional & -
duplex.
.Star-Advocate. Mobile Home Subdivision standing. Deal after S ky a4. ..nitJackson's month plua $30 damage$1.10 per d.-

only with a Realtor petit.

.. .
Realtor -
Hj Neighbors' Featuring: Only seal.a displaysthis


Bryan-Conway & NurseryS. rt&DANENBURG

LARGE 'l5' x 110' I LARGE POOL Winitead. Inc. Hwy. I Indian River

George M. Barley, Jr. Cit, On River
LOTS WITH SHt1JTLEBOARDI Inc. ATTENTION NEWCOMERS

Campbell Associates, BONANZAPUNT If you are considering purchasing a home In North
CENTRAL WATER S HORSESHOES
Inc. Brevard why not save time and money by havingone

I J. W. Childre. RealtorS I SALE of our trained professional sale staff conduct

Danenburg's Beach I your family on a compete! tour of our area? We I

$95 DOWN $35 Realty I have homea In every price range in nearly every

MONTHLY Duffy' Real Edits Annuals Azaleas section of town. financing to suit your budget is
Palms IKMieusLufuftrum REALTY
also available
Edwards Occasionally we have an excellent
Realty
TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusvill go north Patie plant ItDtaL"an.Conwa'j

on U. S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U. S. 1 for I Ed KItties Agency I pest humusand I 1314 South WashingtonAM
Harris Realty Inc. any and everyttiag
"Look. honey thla collection one more mile to our entrance on right For free I for home and IIrd,.. 7-3858
L. B. Newman
Is for oar ..ula- information Call 207-9688. .. Donn Searle Realtors I Beautiful planta at reduced & & il/tnjltat/t ,Jnc Open or "by 3. appointment Moo. thru Sit.

aiustflickinr DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! Sydney Schwartz I : price . (24 Ii,. TeL Ans. Service

W. J. Smith! REALTORS -INSURORSDial Where buyer and seller expect
AGENTS ON PROPERTY TTL DARK I'I 267.4695 to get better and faster
Stoner Realty I AM 7.2011 Day Night or 4klays ServiceMend.





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; (OMttMMd from preceding page) Real EstateFOR Services Used Cars & Trucks Used Cars & Trucks Wanted To Buy : Work WantedWILL If you have rental

SALE OR RENT 1964 MERCURY Parklane Mar :1 I
DO In housing, list it in
feMtaff
coder trade equity for old my home
SETTLES ROOFING. Complete 61 DODGE V-8 USED CLOTHING and books,
Real Estate 2 BEDROOM house, built-in Roofing and Remodeling station wagon, radio 9-pasnegger, heater, er car. 287-4784.- -- write particulars, 240 ParneU, Mmd'pick{ up MK Md Alford if pre- The Star-Advocate!
range and oven on Garden Service. 1004 Pine Street. power steering, extras, Merritt Island. Street.
many
HOUSES FOR SAL Wanted Lakly Hilli.
Street. $85 month rent or Phone 2673455. excellent condition. >.T5. 37- w
$10,000. Immediate occu
A KINGSBERRY HOME Is a pancy. 267-7408. ELECTROLUX 6248. WANTED Work WantedWILL WILL TYPE In my home by LOTS or ACREAGE
better home. Models avail IF INTERESTED in a good BUYER FOR USED COURTHOUSE hour or piece. Mrs. Qrothe
able for immediate occu LOTS FOR SAL CORPORATIONBrevard 1969 Chevy, call 367-2T78 LOCATED AT IN 95%TITUSVILLE DISCOUNT. DO washing and Ironing 267-3016. WANTEDSuitable
Drive out to Key LargoE.
In
pancy. my home. 2671979.
in Imperial Estates and '60 DODGE AUTOMATIC, MAKE ANY OFFER TO FREE ESTIMATES-
BEAUTIFUL WOODED lot, 100x County's Only pow for tub .
see our Vk brick or full brick 145, $3500.! Pine Street, IRC. er steering power brakes, OWNERS BREVARD division.
designs. Prices start at 15800. W. J. Smith, Realtor, phone authorized factory branch. factory-air, radio heater 4 COUNTY TAXPAYERS MOVE INIMMEDIATELY' WELL DRILLING Must have access to lOWer
As low as $500 down. Call 2673511. Call Melbourne door. $800. 267-5551. "DON'T-SIGN- THE PETITION"WANTED Deep or Shallow and water. Will pay cashor
Manuel Builders at 267-8495 Collect TO BUY customer terms
59 PLYMOUTH HOWARD JARVIS
or Allen Realty at 636-3790 MOTELS FOR SALE 723-5852 Sporta Fury. 1.3 Bedroom, 2 bath, Florida
59 .. .. Write Box A-3
Chevy M ton pickup, I I USED AUTOMOBILES. City ass !! L. I
Cocoa. $850.00 2674770. room, central heat and air. I.dl.. Rl,.r Cllj, rUrlil Star.AdvocateMOVE
MOTEL, 6 UNITS on busy U.S. FREE! t Auto Part AM 73686. Acre and % lot Total price l>lml tfi-OteS
$100 DOWN, low monthly pay .
1, $10,000 cash down, $200 L. P. BOTTLED GASINSTALLATION $13,900. Terms -
menu, 3 and 2 bedroom monthly. Lot 90 x 200. Phone 2. Two FHA homes now tinder
masonry homes Luschen, 2675391. construction in Port St.
Realtor, P. O. Box 1804, Or Suburban Propane ACREAGE FOR SALE John. Uooo.oo each.
lando, phone 4244140. Model Can Be Seen.
Real Estate Wanted :2019 U. S. 1 N. 267-6411 $$$ir' *"*tmiitj
ALLENDALE 3 bedrooms, IV* Completely different homes $
baths, 70' x 100' corner lot. Used Cars & TrucKs LAKE and highway frontage Deltona area approx. from present builders in
New. $11,500.2.bedroom MODERN 4 BEDROOM home 2000' on Spring fed lake and 1815 feet on highway 33 area. ff
RIGHT IN
.
over 1500 square feet. Min. 1959 VOLKSWAGEN, Sun roof. acres choice $45,000 with terms. $ Several lots available we !
will build to suit
home corner lot SO'x your home .S
80' lot. Powell KSC
125'. $8500. imum $500. 2675127. CHOICE acreage close in small and large $500 needs. Call Today.
i 8533562. 1957 FORD pickup, will acll per acre and up some with good discount for cash. COLEMAN CONST. CO. THE BEST BUY IN

J bedroom business Furnished lone, 2- I reasonable. 2502 South Hop APPROX. 2,330 acres between New Smyrna Beach and 267.2039
baths 50 x 100'
$11,000, Unfurnished $10,000,1 Services klns.I the Cape Indian River frontage (400') more than r. FOREST HILLS
Vt mile
of
U. S. 1
frontage less than
$795
acre
320 N. Orange, New Smyrna LET ME sell your automobile. per
Beach, Fla. Owner GA 8. DAVE'S TREE Service call I Browning Auto Sales 405 average. (I) S..
61)30.) T. E. Harris at 2672312. I Hopkins. 297.1520.TODAY'S Other choice highway: Indian River and railroad frontage .
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LET US I: SPECI $ L' S. 0.SHINHOLSER lands available for reasonable JR.prices.Realtor


BUILD YOUR I ''cii

1501 N. Peninsular, Phone GA 8.8141
HOMEIN "' P. 0. Box 472 tflfi

BEAUTIFUL "60 CHEVROLET IMPALA 4 DR HT New Smyrna Beach, Florida, JESS W. CHILDRE *: |2200 SQ. FEET OF QUALITY CONSTRUCTION



FOREST today HILLScall Turquoise and Ivory, poworglldo, radio A (water, ( t %;} FISHERCONSTRUCTION
1395
w
HAWKINSCONSTRUCTION extra good w/w tires, roal sharp ...... y I 34 LUXURIOUS BEDROOM i"'iCOUNTRY'

CO. CUSTOM-DESIGNED CO.

267-2061 OPEN 'TIL: 8 i.I WOODED HOMES ON IOTS.LARGE.. ; 2670564WN


:JanEt Chevrolet I YET SERENELY ONLY SUBURBAN MINUTES
: CLUB
WANT A NEW : tIJ TO SHOPPING NASA CAUSEWAY CENTER HEIGHTS


HOME BUILT! USED CAR DEPARTMENT I AND AU SCHOOLS Practically New-No Qualifying
** 3 BR, 2 BATH, LARGE LIVING
1026 S. Avenue Phone 267-1234 ROOM. FREE
Hopkins CARPETS
DO YOU NEED L DRAPE5.WASHE- ? DRY. $ ypUrtOWi $PACIOUJ NOMI f Qli MSTHAN RENT*

REPAIRS ON YOURBUILDING rs $ $ t $ i" ONLY : $21200,
___ $ DOWN. $134 PER
? __ MONTH INCLUDING, PRIN.
Or. IV INT. TAXES AND INSURANCE PABKLAND ESTATES

o A NEW ROOM J ROYAL COLONIALGARDEN ONE, --CALL HURRY_ ON THIS

CARPORTE.ETC. .Ncrivralfy beautiful
APARTMENTS J. W. CHILDRE REALTY NO MONEY DOWN NO ClOIINO Coats TOVA
oak pavq.Nloan NEW HOMES rUKCHMIU MINIMUM IMA news
JUST CALL I
"Welcome to Gracious Living"Located I .Ith hrpetM AM 7- 563
living roeaw DESIGNED Newest, malt modem development' lethe
267-2958 .011 Heat orool Mod luxury at rh< price!
Aft.r' P. M. one mile north of highway 50, west of U. S. No. .OtyWatarftSwnnHonored FOR BETTER Masonry,with brick front o big land'
or P. O. Box 1204, City. ,1, with river privileges convenient to everything, wail SUTTON'SEARLY seeped yards a Colonial aluminum
equal distance to either causeway, yet with an atmosphere from LIVING window a tile baths with I full color
LEN RANDELLVERY of a country estate Luxuriously finished, wall to fixture a terrain floors 0 spacious
wall carpeting, each apartment different with its own $13,950 WEEK'SPECIALS S closets with louvered doors. double
RELIABLE personality Individual utility and storage room, 12 sliding glass door overlooking yard .
cubic feet automatic defrosting 2 door refrigerator $75 3 AND 4 IRS. built-in TV lake| a HI.window ellli.
central TV system coots no more and less than others 6/o.VANOTHING I, IK,2H BATHS .utility room M 40-gallon water heater
its equal. Spaciously landscaped private grounds CENTRAL HEAT concrete driveway
and other features. Available Decemberlit. 0 and MORE!
5 ACRE TRACTS many Inviting DOWN $395 DOWNNO

NOW RENTING! FHA-ssoooowN QUAUFYING! $11,500-414.050 M Beautiful Utchont.lutlMn Tappan
S Acres close to 185 inter I (N.Cl...C"". ., Roomy 2 bedroom home In dl.lstr' ....... C/O rang with hood exhaurt. Double
change. Priced at $11,000,
Brentwood Estates. Chain 4weenrrdw. sink, Formica cablnetil
with terms I link fenced rear lawn. Clean
W. J- SMITH Realtor PHONE: 267-3511 for
pin
as a aDjust waiting
9 Acres with 600 ft. route No. |
...
Assume VA Loin.
,
you! ea
46 frontage Priced $18,500, I
with terms. --------- ------ -- ---------- MODELS OPEN FROM $80 MONTHLY
I REAL Nom.ASA
5 Acres just north of city ESTATE SEI THEM NOW Including principle r Inftrett, KIXMInturonce .
limits$22,000.off Old Dixie. Pricedat COUNTRY ESTATES ,: ,CAUSEWAYIs house end lot.

only :3 miles away. Newshopping

center across St. .
INVESTMENTSC.35 HOMES
LISTINGS NEEDED Assume existing FHA loan at HIM SCHOOLS CHURCHES 0 SHOPPING CENTERS a PARKS
We have buyers waiting 3 AND 4 BEDROOM $102 month including every.thing.
Call Mr. Luck 180 feet old U.S. No. 1 H-109 Indian River Heights: J B.R. 2 baths :
to river Just south ol This nice 3 bedroom 2 bath double cirporte. Truly A

2 BATH Route 50, good existing home sits high and dry rare find in one of the most H. SINGLETON AVI tlTUSVIttl HA
,
RAY CARPENTER CBS building, $25.800 Can be bought with only desired neighborhoods. ; *>H, '261 '46
29% down-Balance negotiable $450 down and $80.54 mon
Realty HOMES thly We have the key
S. US 1, TitusvLUc, 267-8813 and will show it at your YOUR CHOICE-
Large Bedrooms D-10 Magnolia Avenue 145 convenience. Of six new 3 and 4 bedroom
feet corner lot toned bus homes awaits, Heed the call
mess -Duplex on property H-120 Whispering: Lakes to select home todl.1Price.
JUST -, Corner lot 3 bedroom 2 your !
Family Rooms provides $160 monthly income .
( II range from $13.250 to
bath, double carport Own
$100 ) Total price $25,000
15950. Features usually
er paid $16.800 will sell for
29% down handles. found la
Central Air Cendltl.nlng per month l $15,500 with $2.000 down high priced custom
homes, VA, Conv.
Georgei FHA. or
and Heat Includeaprlnclpal P-32 Income property 250 $106 monthly Includes P.I.T. Loans. Don't delay Call
feet frontage on English &Ins. Todayl
L Barley and Interest Street Property includes
H-128 VA no money down -
FHA FINANCING
1 duplex, 1 rental home. 3 bedroom 2 bath central SAVE .He.K*ptlilMM. .c Mtl...Mhr Her.
Inc. lot Suitable for $1,600At
1 vacant heat and air conditioning- ", ,.11I1.Tk.then,me!'eaMosri
REAL ESTATE additional units Total new home in popular area- last a real true value mod modem ipertmnl keHtfl|.la
price $22,500. home with 1800 Hit MOM_seNwo .,.
close to schools and shopp approx. sq. Kemesy
COLEMAN BROS. L-96 Magnolia frontage 235 ing Call us to see this ft. of living area and all the SUCH ,.,.. a Suite 0 l"'hId'"' "
home today.. conveniences of real Florida al.tICIltionlftII'kMtln|. PMAMg
feetXI25" feet Ideal
commercial
I Living. Spanking new Air Pier 14 lOll Docks 0"Iv...,--d
Ii "Off Old Dixie Highway" or business location 11-124 Check this-Owner has Conditioned. Double Carafe ,,"IeM ill bWren.. .*tpsrtneMiu 0Chlld1
: 3 BEDROOM, 2 Bath, LOOK for the Signs -Priced within market. given us a nice 2 bedroom I Absolutely the Best Buy. We LUXURY t'tIY. m"0 .uTAR erfItMlfl
on Titus Ave., $13.200, A.63 10 Acres north of Mims 1 bath CBS home to offer Have Seen In Titusville at Nell. Ices 0 .
fenced in yard, built In 267-8543 $1,000 per acre High! you at a realistic price of Just $19.900.00. Better Hurry) ocktitf leiiiiie.certo rite* sMeolM
electric range $9800 Perfect starter Itcd. M..llft.Ift'hrty il-
wooded pine land Better SOLITTLE _
'r .
0 'II1lft. a.d ahdnab.ed.nuaoeas
home for
INDIAN RIVER buy now, small acreage a young couple- SAVE $650
Can be bought with only
HEIGHTSImmaculate tracts becoming acarce. down. That's right folks -The owner tlewNyxs.ws ....www.

Coiy 2 bed. FOREST HILLSOne MOO 173 feet U.S. No. 1 frontage $600 has just reduced the price f'ii':::1:::: > ., =
room, ivt baths, built.In 600 feet deep Total H-532 2 year old-3 bedroom on this desirable 3 bedroom "w'La.

range and oven. of this areas Better Builders plan to start 5 new price $11.000 This fine 1 bath homt-Near schools 2 bath family room home to ..............,_..d ...;.;1
Screened porch large homes In the Forest Hills and shopping This home 15500. Terms to be .
"I area very < Ttly. F.H.A. TERMS. corner parcel has many arranged. N tN.A-t..e
lot. Better only Choose your lot and plan NOW. Call for Information. possibilities as business or la in A-l condition Terrazzo Call us now This
$82 per month after residential property floors, built In range won't list! -,,
down payment WHISPERING LAKES and oven carport Reallyand Studio, 1 & 2 Bedroom Rental Aoartments
L-104 65 feet frontage on truly a good value at
SEVERAL RENTALS Excellent Large 3 bedroom. 2 baths home with central heat and air Magnolia Ideal setting only $10.000 full price CALL TODAY! from $100 monthly Unfurnished
conditioning. Garage. Only 4 months old. $1250.00 down for small shop or warehouse Present mortgage $8.200 Models Now Open For Inspection
furnished
and unfurnished and Payments $105.00 PI. $8,200 with term payable at $56.00 per month "The Home furor's ruruUhed moAtli sew en di.plny, New. O<:Gupa.q
homes for rent In
TItusville. II'GOoOD LOCATIONNew I Shopping Center" slsa r
2 Fully air conditioned
It central heated 3 bed Homes S ready to occupy, 10 under construction. ARROW REALTYDON
room IV* bath apts. Enclosed $15,00000 to $17,50000 F.HA. TERMS. Down Payment I SUTTONASSOC. IMPERIAL
TOWERS
garage, close to $450.00 and up. U
shopping ole schools. $135 Lots: 3 in IRC area $2200.00 each. 20 acres, Rt. 46 R. MANCINI BrokerU. & REALTY CO. awmhwA1w
month. Zoned trailer park. U,500.00 per acre.

IM2 S. JOHNNY A. MOLES S. No 1 At Harrison Street 1JH s. WASHINGTON
Office Ph. Homo Fhs.1 ....
or WlShlDctoDi 1240 S. Hopkins, Opposite Magnolia Plata Call :267-7037! Evenings 267-9187 267.4513 I or.w
Phone 2674327 Day or Night 267-9440 :
After 3 P. M. Juanita Malott 267-7559 i Titusville, Florida 267-4534 ,

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I A Of Homes I In Titusville Several Large LOTS FOR SALE la FAIR CLEN
Community Fine I $4750 to SWo Homes restricted to lloo rt m1n1mu&


",FH. A LOW PAYMENT DOWN Only :2 Miles West of U. 5.1 On Garden Street 'COWART & CARTER :


: : THREE & FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY ROOM TWO TILE BATHS 3200 Phone Garden St, Titusville
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r' -- .... _MISTEIZ.- ...!:,-BREGER Crossword Puzzle We're glad! we're the youngest bankIt




\ ACROSS SLODtt11h IS.A means we can start freeh. It means we have
Coto pea who have to hustle because theyIt
IMoUlGontatttoro people say they
,
We're not laurels
) U.WnI'l "II new energy. resting on our .
'
.UonireU ln trum at l.O>cU- are No. 2 to Hertz in car rentals. They say they
have to be the pl aaantest bank
DOWN tat.. m"ns we
l
1. .eVohapo
j IIIOIdIIIC I.lp&D1IIa u around We have to do nice things for people. Just have to be BETTER

10.On top conqueror a
11 Toot of Mexico tall (We're glad to.) We have to go all the way out to Geographically we may not be handiest to you
fanatical t.1'ut 11.Simian

t u fiL 16.0uId0'.rots S.OUCIU 22.C ro lfraJn win new customers. For pleasant banking, we're trying to be worth
HOW *

U.Oetrleb'like bird CAHMn6.Vohlelo J4.:Corner ...'.....q.. Aaiwer In some ways we're like those Avis Car Rental coming way out of your way to see.

n.Mounto steer
II"a rock tXBklndoeuo Gynfi ST.Not at
: mother any time
11.Cry U
Peru D.French 3*.Mtta hard
a eat INDIAN RIVER PLAZA
10.N&Ur of T.Mechanicalmoil oota 42.Spoken bank
Sparta So.Adam"10ft 45.Bittn brevard national

33.MoIIam- t.0ollILCnugar 11.A gorge vetch STATE ROAD 50
modueaU 34.Hoary 48.FemaJo

to prayer 13 A bump 35.Pnoumatlo deer -
SS.BocrotBfont mark tube 48.Anger

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pointed 01' 0"' LIBBY,I WAS JWEU..IW ww D0N'T1WCALLItf OR 1tU CC>uLD
,.. -' "1'H""",,'"!ff.01 board* I t t1 JUST 6OINI 'TOFIELLO a TO (X.1S FOR: TEA AT ALL S i'IOMGAN

10.Metria" cALL1CUT0eE1'LOuSTHIS SEE IF 3:00.: CURICB TRIPLE

". Now, pleas* let's I\be absolutely fair and open moBJur IS 110 17 )ovR) CONTRIIiUTION IVOU'D DONATE IS COLLECTWS( FOR 1bUR CIIECKslU'

minded while listening to the opposition's H- NJ 10,.141 NEW .T1.THE TMC CHURCH BUILDIN0J< UR OWN

hogwiish ." .Not JohnaonM. firmMSeulptoro -..e ..t to II Z& UBBY .. 11<<)SPITAI. O3MMUNIT/, DRIv6 AND Vt1i COUlD FUND

a.II. 1 '-I FUN!:) CENTER ALL EXCWANGE
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Landers 40. 4 ,' JUST pON'T'

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.aLLJI I emperor A NO PLACE WSLL.I J

Dear Ann Landers: This tlqie known furniture store. rye So.AtroW 51 In HOPS M3U CX3NT

are really oft. I refer ;i to spent as long as two hours witha filled :c vMERE ARE JUST CIT AROUND I THEY
you
AND WASTE THE
II-t ..
vaitry
1.Dt customer showing her UII 60 N(11MR.APaRNA1HY 6TiRT
your advice that a pregn every 111 WHOLE PAVHB /
high school girl who man es imaginable type of furniture. J sence of those who did not KOTICB ran nm' EARLr ',

should be asked to leave school advise, counsel, suggest Inform make a perfect scores. Sealed bide will bo received b" \ IV
father shoe Id and In general work my heart I I this was downright tbe Board of County Commlealonora O
but the expectant say a. until ':45 o'clock A. M.. )
1/ ,
be permitted to remain and get' I out. Naturally when I am cruel and shou'd not have been November 19 1M4. In the Commlaalonir'a $ \F

his diploma. tied up I can't approach other permitted. What do you say? ..ou... Tttuevtllo.Room KloHda.In the for Court: ; r'A

What is the reasoning behind potential customer manyof INDIGNANT MOTHER O.o (I) Micro-film Camera. to i.
double standard? Why do whom know what they want wet cailona the following apeem*

your say SHE must leave 't1.Jt, and could give me an Immediate Dear Indignant: Incentives:: 1. Must accent both M mm 1
you .education sale. are effective spurt. But the and 1* mm film with con-
the
"He will be needing all amino l 0 b* mad. by oner
he can g et. He fihullId This is what gets my goat: teacher should not have given alor. < : :0 el0. tIts -

not be kicked-out expuklwi The woman I spent two hours the perfect scorers ptrty treatsIn a through. Film IW.unit moat rotate ; -_ ttRE! : r-u-

would hit him at a time wll en with waltzes In three days lat the persence of those who S. Moot maintain utonuttofMueln
failed to make the Such throuch reduction
grade.
afford It." er, goes straight to another .. --
he can least ran of 1:1: to Wl': raduotlnna.
salesman and acts as If It', her favoritism triggers under" tand- .. Muot allow oporator. ...""t.
Don't you realize In this d ay able hurt and resentment Ion of reduction. ratio through WORSHIPS / CHCOMSNCW.THBVEHY NOTONeol11ote
first
time in
the
store. Becauseshe
and age a girl needs all the edujcatlon convenient mi-ana of ralalnn ARSH'Trru rrti
has seen stick of and lowering film unit AROUND CHB
every EIIA66eRArrp
must
?
she can get Why furniture in the house she knows Ann Landers win be glad to L Must bow pbotoe-raphlo 14 ABSOLUTELY hl vtRAZY WALKS ON.
mistake regain AeOU1nMYUMO
a girl who makes a with rial,* Indicator and constant
what she wants and help you your problems.Send
gives a
Ignorant for the rest of ..,..."Inl eipoeure mrler. Lar!
juicy sale to the guy who hap. them to her In care of this All bode to b* marked! "Bid torCamera" 1fF i
Is w a use
her life? Where your
pened to be standing there. It'sa newspaper enclosing a stamped,
of fairness? -: C.E.F. lousy, helpless feeling -I I self-addressed envelope. Th. Board ......... the rliht to I'
Dear C.E.F.: Who said t ny- reject any and all I>ld..
U. H. S.Dear .
JOB H. WICKUAK.
thing about remaining !ignorant Printing Needs! CHAIRMAN, I
U. H. S. There's
I far the rest of her life? iAre : something I BOAHII OF COUNTY I ,
wrong with a salesman 'See The' COMMlgaiONKHM.BRBVARD .
ybu aware that students lean COUNTY, I
who will spend two hours witha ,
and do out of school for Star Advocate FLORIDA
reasons drop of health and return potential customer and fall I Nov. I,. t Mon.l 1N4.MACRO'S Qz Ir2o

to Impress her with the Importance -
she months, or a year, l 1:1; ter, C*
of looking for HIM if and
get their diplomas and go cm to Ul
when she returns to buy. / IBTB ?M NOW. 1AKCAI SWING IT FORWARD WITH A ,,.ANDJwt
cpllege? This is what I ;recommend Do you have printed cards 03 PIMM HOLD ON 1HR HOD SNAP Of THE WHI9T ANDIBTOOOPTHBLINa n+nMa ,

for pregnant girls. LOUNGEANNOUNCES Q \ BINO rr PACK SLOWLY.. Tool %.
An expectant teen-ager tvho bearing your name? If not get t _

\ would WANT to remain in Ugh some and tell these potential THE RETURN OF"CONRAD" Nita CAST rCe
customers that if they re ,
school throughout her prep iancj turn would Ae1RMRNAnnIV
you deedly -
is duel: to appreciate
a pretty strange it if t hey would ask for and his"ROCKMASTERJ" d
begin with. She is thuml ling 1/

her nose at society and is nay- you.God
helps those who help I
fog, "So. what?" The Mgh, themselves.

school administration wl dch

permits her to remain in sd'iool'
Dear Ann Landers: My dau-
condones her behavior.I IV POPULAR DEMAND
gher who Is ten years of age
.
came home In tears last week. ,.
Dear Ann Landers: Please Brtvfr) Ccwnty'a mat ncltlng nftrtalrwr. Conrad

print my letter You will bed I doIng The teacher announced that all Invites all hit friends t* Mackv'f with 1M of rh.

a vast service to thousjj' nds students who made perfect (up.H dance fl..ri 'In the tavnty. -
scores on a test would be givena
of commissioned salesmen.

I work in a large and i H.Roprtiontlne special treatI KEEP UP WITH THE LATEST DANCESS
..I- was stunned to learn that f

i the perfect scorers were served NIGHTS A W2EX TUESDAY THRU

Ice cream and cake In the preJIM'S IPZ ( ,1
yY )
+ SATURDAY 2 A. M. f '
Mutual !\ to ft 1.


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In the governor's race. The results Jacksonville police scandal, votes will be cast tan la the Broward CoWer, ,(teeeota, Palm Beach,, Pasco,
J" Extension Cord For Titan I II are as follows: were making many voters takea presidential race in Florida. Highlands, Indian ONrtoUe'l ITfHiHas, St. Luck Sarasota. I
Big July Aug. Oct. walk on this one. Republican Holley's unexpected -I Lee, Manatee, Martin |..emtaote; and VoIusta.i .

.. BUI'IIS 42 45 45HoHey
Holley Is not weD enough
I strength comes from 20 counties
I t; ". .j By HAROLD R. WILLIAMS middle of the Banana River i en miles away. 33 43 45 known for all the voters to where the Institute's questioning VOTE FOR i j ""
I wasn't the only startling move Four Titan 3 rockets can be Undecided 25 19 45 make a decision about him. The revealed that the St. Petersburg
CAPE KENNEDY (AP) In. made by the Air Force. assembled at once in the gigantic Since July 1, Burns has only editorial by the Miami Herald legislator will receive a \ j
:eluded In the new $158.million The concept of putting a rocket VIB. gained three per cent while of today, Wednesday, October majority of the vote. Those WILLIAM f
I AIr Force Titan 3 complex at together for space flights In Two launching pads are being I Holley gained nine per cent 28, quote, "Neither Haydon counties are Alachua, Brevard, ;
I Cape Kennedy is a long, electrial buildings Instead of on the padis constructed, each independentof The number of undecided voters Burns, Democrat nor Charles I POWELL ,: I
I extension cord with another. the other. (13 per cent) Is very high Holtey, Republican, has the k
a big Three launch control centersare for a governor's race one week qualities which are indispensable "
;plug at one end. Putting the control center on third floor of G.O.P. Candidate For f
located on the before the election. Many ofUte in a governor of Florida. OS
r Somebody has to plug the cord the third floor of the 23-story the VIB, with platforms for undecided voters stated We have no recommendation to 7tno COUNTY
Into a huge socket before a Vertical Integration Building spectators to watch the firing that they would not vote foreither make," end quote, seems to express ,
mighty Titan 3 rocket can blast VIB Instead of a traditional three miles away. ( candidate. Apparently, the opinion of a high percentage SURVEYORPd.
off from its pad. blockhouse Is another. Gone is the familiar equipment the charges against Burns relative of Florida voters. It tJe666
The Air Force calls Its new associated with the launch. to secret bank accounts, is our prediction that in the, ( Pol. Adv.]
i I It Don M. Spradlin, Air Force. program Integrate Transfer ing. No more periscopes, or income tax problems, and the governor' race 250,000 less
hlUlchlng pad construction officers Launch ITL. The theory looksso rows of television sets. The con-
.: grins about this extension good the National Aeronauticsand trol room is so bare of equipment
F4 rocketry. Space Administration is patterning that it seems austere.
Its Merritt Island Apollo Most of the monitoring Instruments
kick of .
"I get a big out It. I
teems incredible that an old- facilities after the Titan 3 com are in four rooms away
plex. from the control center.
fashioned extension cord would
Air Force Brig. Gen. JosephS. The Titan 3C is the boosterthe Heavy Frozen
I. play Business such, he a role said.In the space Bleymaier, deputy command. Air Force plans to use to or- 1111 liilli i .

I er for manned systems, explains bit its manned orbiting labora RegCutUp SAVE4r
The cord and plug aren't the the new spaceship philosophy: tory. HENS i1
Ordinary household types found FOR BAKING
"If we continue to tie up
around most housewive's ironing'i launching facilities for weeks at Cuyer School PTA
FOR STEWING
Jboards. They are a monstroui '
I
a time for each payload, it will Meets Tomorrow GOVERNMENT ua s'ii'
cable and drum
I a huge
powered not be long before present facilities CHICK. SALAD i
by a winch. INSPECTED !i
., :, are saturated and more Cuyler School P-TA in Mlms
a The Air Force said the cord must be constructed. will hold election of officers tomorrow CHIC. & RICECASSEROLES 4-6 LB. AVG. ii=
I I laves a big chunk of money in "Since there are few areas In night at the school, according 2 5
wiring costs. this country which fulfill the requirements to Mrs. Wlnone Mitch.
for launch sites' ell P-TA president. There will LB.
The new rocket launching
1, there Is a limit to the number of also be an Interesting program
is finished and
complex nearly a
launch complexes that can be presented. viii:: 4 SI i i iLutll i
j Titan 3 rocket Is scheduled for
built" "Please come out and support u.
;:
next spring.
firing
{ The Air Force would bring a your P-TA," Mrs. Mitchell
i Tan buildings and 250 foot Titan 3 rocket into the VIB and said; in urging parents and pa-
R high service towers sit tin- Install all the Instruments, pay. trans to attend and pay visits
paturally on Islands built of shell load and equipment needed fora ,to the various classrooms.
end sand pumped up from the flight The rocket would be EANY BIRD LE
;$banana River mounted on a mobile launcherand

r I p, .. Building the complex In the taken to the firing pad sev. CitizensRepresentatives



I Young Demos Hear Faircloth Continued From Page 1 ""r

ami, purchased Blegelsen's interest QUANTITY RIGHTS Reg 29*: Gr."A" Frozen Chick
Education, not natural resources led to the dinner by his campaign and earlier this year, Bill RESERVED Gizzards b 19Reg e: THANKSGIVING TURKEYS
Herb Benn of PRICES GOOD+ THRU
is the reason for the manager
Nevin assumed the presidencyof 98<: Gr. "A" Boneless
neatness of the United States MIami. Faircloth, a native of NOVEMBER :TMs :
bank. 79
the Rolls
of eA 4f "lx Turkey to.
Earl Faircloth, Democratic candidate the mid Florida community The assets of the bank at the O.rIeN T I.N
for Attorney General of Chlefland, was a practicing attorney i last call in June was in excessof Grade "A" frozen Turkey {:
\ Florida, told a group of Young in Miami prior to his $15 million Wings . ,,29
:: Jemocrats last Friday night at nomination for Attorney General Citizens bank moved Into a Gr. "A" Frozen TurkeyDrumsticks :

cocoa Beach. beautiful, spacious building on .. ,33'
.. .
Gr. "A" F. Lb Young
Faircloth, speaking at a membership In addition to the Young Democrats the Indian River In November, Rep.9<:
banquet of the Young at the dinner, the following 1962, and In Its new quarters,
Democratic Club of Brevard Brevard County public officials remains one of the outstanding i
County, said education was the attended the dinner: banking institutions in Brevard BrooJ Breasted INSP. 4. QUICK
keyword" to the continued Judge Tom Waddell of the Courtof County Reg 59' Gr. "A" Frozen 6-8 Lb. Young GR. "A FROZEN .
growth and prosperity of the [ Record; Bill Webb, Clerk of -
c U.S. in the years to come. He the Court of Record; the mu. Geese ib. 39xReg
laid the U.S. was in the "AgeOf Iclpal Judges from Cocoa
the Mind" and that educationwas and Eau Gale BarryContinued +
Beach, Melbourne, K 79( Gr. "A" Frozen Cornish Coma I TURKEYS
the answer to all problems ; Titusville Mayor Bill Walker -
facing the nation There Is a direct Carl Pearson; Indlalantlc From Page 1 de1'Adb 591
correlation between education City Councilman Charles Vance; son on the Democratic side of avoRg :

and the standard of living County Surveyor C. C. Jobe; the ballot and hefty gains by 18-22 5.17
S9 Armour Stor Frozen Stuffed
qf a country, he said. Board member Lou candidate <
School
Tho speaker drew a compart- Coleman; and County Commis- Republican, Charles gubernatorial Ilolley, on the fit :: 3. :
39 I' 9I 33 3 9
( {
Jon between the South American lion candidate Guy Brewster. other side of the ballot. Turkeys F"S"
country of Columbia, which has State Representative James In the governor's race, Republican :

a poor educational system and PruItt introduced the speaker, candidate, Charles (READY TO BAKE STUFFED WITH LB. LB.
many natural resources, and Prultt and Faircloth served together Ilolley, continues to gain on PEPPERIDGE FARMS STUFFING)
Switzerland, which has little in ; in the Florida House ofRepresentatives : Democratic candidate, Haydon
the way of resources but one of during the 1963 Burns. This Institute has com

the in Europe.finest educational Switzerland ranks systems I session, pleteted three statewide surveys Sweet, Juicy Florida

near the top In standard of liv MORTON Frown Chick Turk, Baaf, Salisbury Mt If, Horn t
*
I ing in the world he said, while Know Your Ballot I ORANIGES

Columbia est standards.has one of the low. Dinners 2or79MINUTE .

Faircloth also compared the I In furthering our efforts to Group 1, be- Ivry.
educational system of Florida to ,familiarize the electorate with tween James II. PruItt (Dem;) MAID FROZEN ORANGE
that of California. He said that 'he general election ballot to be and Hcrschel K. Mays (Rep): 89 5 4&9REGULAR &
5 a :tG
while California has four times. voted upon tomorrow, we again House of Representatives, Group Delight X
as many people as Florida, California list herein the offices and can 2, between William II. Round
spends more than 10 didates in the order which they tree (Dem) and R. W, Grady
times the money on education will appear on the ballot. (Rep). FRESH FIRM HEAOSRaisin ,
as does Florida. This, he explained First are the electors for The various county races appear 29<: DIXIE DARLING c
Is one of the reasons President and Vice President, next: Sheriff, Drawdy Lettuce 2 H*. 39
'I why the west coast state. receives Johnson and Humphrey (Dem) ([Dem) vs Wilson (Rep); Coun Bread 1-lb loaf 23 1. *'" "lr SWEET JUICY MciNTOSH
I better than one third of and Goldwater and Miller (Rep.) ty: Commissioner, District 1, Kitties '.., 2 29
the total national defense con- Second on the ballot is the (Dem) vs. Fetner REGULAR 39<: DIXIE DARLING M, Apples u*
tracts.F United States Senator race between ([Rep); County Commissioner .
: loth praised the Young Spessard L. Holland District 3, Doran (Dem) vs Pound Cake 29
\ Democratic organization for the (Dem) and Claude R. Kirk Jr Muldrew (Rep); County Com 12"O=
active part and interest the (Rep). missioner, District S, Brewster
p} group was taking in both the The Governor's race between (Dem) vs. McGrath (Rep); Sup r
... State and the national elections lUydon Burns (Dem) and ervisor of Registration, Edna S.
1'1' tl e The speaker was accompanMis. Charles R Ilolley (Rep) Is thirdon Carlile (Dem) vs. Barbara John REG. 3/45' PET EVAPORATEDMilk
T! the ballot, followed by unop-- son (Rep); County Surveyor,
posed races for Justice of the Jobe (Dem) vs. Powell (Rep);
REG. 29 EA THRIFTY MAO r Y. C
ti ti'f Bezdek Supreme Court Groups 1, 2, Board of Public Instruction TALL t *
t.t.ti and 3; State Attorney 9th Judicial District 4, Turner (Dem) vs. 8 S1OM rv '
CANS a. Peaches 4 3! 1.1.REG.
.
I Circuit; Public Defender, Fisher (Rep), Port Commissioner arts
bies Saturday 9th Judicial Circuit; Judge, Div District 2, Cutter (Dem)

I trlct Court of Appeal, Groups A, vs. Clark (Rep); Port Commissioner 2/35*: THRIfTY MAID mILE
C and E. District 4, McIver
r Mrs. Josephine Bezdek age Unopposed races for State offices I (Dem) vs. Heaney (Rep); 303
K, of 808 Pine St, died Satur Sauce 8 $1
follow: Secretary of State Unopposed candidates for EXTA4 EXTRA. Con,
day afternoon, Oct. 31, following Clerk of Cir I I
offices
Comptroller, Commissioner of county are: TOP VALUE. .STAMPS TOP VALUE,STAMPS
a long Illness. cult Court, Curtis R. Barnes MKMMk ifON
Agriculture, State Treasurer,
... .
Funeral arrangements In Attorney General, Commissioner (Dem); Judge Small Claims ( H SALION CARTONaUPIHBMAND -l. PW REG. 29< THRIFTY MAID Plrwopd ILGrfn
aNIftaCT OH D BMANO FHt MGround
charge of Smith Funeral Home, of Public Instruction, Public Court, Cecil R. Rosier (Dem); I Ice Cream Beef 46 z'.
will be announced later. Utilities Commissioner. County Judge, Virgil B. Conk .oeo TWMI NOVIMMH TTHftKAl aooo Tumi "......... TTHAT Drink 8 Cant $1 .
Next Is the race for Representative ling (Dem); Judge Court of Rec- ... rJl #74
tiff WMI IH"
in Congress, 11th ord, Thomas R. Waddell (Dem); "
t.: C. Lillle REG. 3139 THRIFTMilk. MAID 3RATEO
; Congressional District between Tax Assessor, Clark Maxwell --- < EVAF4
Thomas S. Kenney (Dem) and (Dem); Tax Collector, J. D. E7ICTRAI EX.TA: To" $1
Edward J. Nash ST. (Dem); Board of Public I I I 10
Gurney (Rep) TOP VALUE STAMPS jjJ TOP {.AJY.U- s I Cory .
Dies Today State for Instruction District 2, Norman .. .
State Senator Legislative, 37th races Senatorial H. Price Dem. "" ... ..... ....... ONI _-!... ..*
COOK QUIK PMOZIN
OUTMIftMWhite REG. 45 EA. THRIFTY MAID CORNED
:Charles Clyde Little, age M, District between James R. This Is followed by the 13 Constitutional Acre Peas Cube Steakoo <
of 28 Royal Palm Court, Titus Dressler (Dem) and Virgil Amendments to be .OOB Tumi NOVMMOI TTH Twin NovtMCH TTH

tille, passed away this morning Schenck Jr. (Rep); House of voted upon. .. -... '72 .t.rtwrr.ue" r1S Beef f 312'0Z. $1 1.
following] a short illness.
:An employee of Douglas Aircraft .
he came here seven years E7ICTRA EX.TR: % REGULAR 2/37 i THRIFTY MAl.TOt..A >

ago from Man, W, Va. He was AsHI STAMPS I I TOP VALUE.STAMPS Z.SI
born) in Waldensle, Tenn, April! w..w.w"a.. Catsup 812 .
ae.r
10, 1903, and was a veteran of .... NKlNll. wln M.MIUM"
World War n. Cut Com Canned Ham
He is survived by two broth r
1. "- yN Trw Nomw TtRyJ
ers. William W Little of Pensa SERVICE ... __ eta
ONE DAY
At r.r wwr..r
I cola and Fred Little of Arizona:
four sisters, Mrs. J. L. Wyatt,
Lexington, Ky., Mrs. J o*>n $50.00 to S600.00
White, Ravenswood, W. Va,
Mrs. H. D. Blckard and Mil Make Tb. Arrangements By Phone


ll'* Tenn.Pearl t Funeral Little services, both of will Knoxville be held, 267-4331 Tlze Smart Place 1h iJ ..libpIiJod Th lfls l 1 i'' .

Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the Smith
I Chapel with Rev. Claude Tetan -

pastor of Trinity Lutheran
I Church, officiating. The remains Soulhern Loan Company

win be forwarded to Kentuckyfor 344 I. WASHINGTON AVI. TITUSVIttl
Interment ,

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