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Title: Star-advocate
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Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 1964
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Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents "1/ \ !


184th Year He.' 193 .Pages Today Titusville, Florida, Wednesday, November 1964 5e 1\.. Copy M days., \ aday and Friday

I Pres. Johnson Nudges Goldwater InBrard% "YO -

I Sheriff Re-Elected; Two Races Are Close Gurney Holland,Given Burns,

Surveyors 2 Big Voles '

,f Demo DelegationTo Brevard County has given f''

It Voles Apart Banana River, Creek And nods President In yesterdays Johnson the voting barest, but of

Popular Republican Sheriff whether or not the lll-vote margin \

Leigh Wilson proved that voters Florida LegislatureBrevard ho has today will hold up
of Brevard don't mind splitting in the counting of 1,440 absentee
their votes on election day, as ballots Is still to be determined.

he was the only member of the County will be represented fly 4,175 to 2,620 for Schenck Mosquito Lagoon To Close President Johnson won therofwty
In .
GOP to win a county office In Tallahassee next Democratic Rep. Jim Prultt yesterday's voting M.
although another one or two are of Eau Gallic, a veteran In the tfffija.m, taking all of that
Spring by three Democrats, with maths nd more In the
still In doubt. Florida House, had the highest' (- nine
Wilson overcame heavy Negro only one of them a newcomerto vote total among county officials Portions of the Banana River, er north of the NASA Banana scribed as being closed south of point Interference with, or effect vytyt W' North Brevard,
vote against him to defeat former the Capitol chambers. as he easily defeated Banana Creek and the Indian River Causeway east of Orslno a line running due west from upon navigation, should I \\H rwas 4,237 to 3,.
Deputy Sheriff James Former Representative Jim i Herschel Mays 27,202 to 15,573. River (Mosquito) Lagoon have which connects MILA with the east bank of lagoon at Galllnlp- submit protests in writing, with 175. t
Drawdy of Melbourne 24,067 to Dressler, who upset Democratic The only newcomer to Tallahassee been petitioned closed by the Cape. per Point and about one mile reasons In sufficient detail to There xijfSofloubt Xpre the
21,673. Senator Bernard Parrish last will be Cocoa AttorneyBill National Aeronautics and Space That part of Banana Creek north of Pelican Island. permit a clear understanding of Negro votrVjb county stood

The incumbent was the o n 1 y May, came through with a solid Roundtree, who was successful Administration (NASA). east of Its Intersection with the The following regulations are the protests. These protests in the electloflVWie South Melbourne
successful candidate In yester. victory over Republican Virgil In a bid for office In his Application has been made to Indian River at Stony Point I proposed to govern the areas: should be mailed to the District precinct,vbm 90 percent
day's election to find he lackeda Schenck in the race for the vital i third campaign. The former the Department of the Army by east of Tltusville. All unauthorized craft and personnel Engineer, Corps of Engineers, Negro registration, voted .ti
majority In the North Brevard seat In the State Senate. chairman of the Democratic Executive the John F. Kennedy Space Ceo That part of Indian River Lagoon shall stay clear of the P. 0. Box 4970, Jacksonville, 750 to 4 In favor of the PruJ.
area, where the nine precincts Dressler experienced little Committee took care of ter, NASA, for the establishment south of a line extendingdue areas at all times. The regulations Florida, 32201, In time to be received dent Majority of Negroes In Co
voted in favor of Drawdy 3,849to difficulty in whipping Schenck, Rockledge city councilman Re of restricted areas In the above- east from the south boundary shall be enforced by Dr. on or before November coa vote In 21A and %JR, where
3,558. the total being 24,766 to 17,995.A publican Bill Grady 22,245 to 19,- .mentioned waterways and have of Sec. 3, township 21 south, Kurt II. Debus, director, John 30, 1964. the vote was 1,381 to 408 In favor
Outcome of the bitter battle possible local "backlash" 081.Prultt I asked for regulations to govern Range 31 east or along latitude F, Kennedy Space Center, The Banana Creek, especially, of Johwon.! Majority of Negroes
between Democrat incumbent from a bitter Dressier Parrish won the North Brevard .the closed portions.The 23 degrees, 41 minutes, 13 NASA. has been a haven for duck hunt. In Titusvillo vote In S3,
Mrs. Edna Carlile and Republican race, did not materialize at area by a big 4,400 to 2,143 for I seconds north, or better described era for many years, and the where the vote was 848 to 283. ,
Barbara Johnston of Cocoa least among strong Parrish Mays while Roundtree took this areas asked closed are as being almost directly east Anyone desiring to protest the closing will bring to an end Political observers In the
Beach for Supervisor of Registration backers in North Brevard, as section of the county 3,892 to described as follows: of the Intersection of SR 406 establishment! of the proponed hunting In the miles of Bananarwk county felt a few weeks ago that
may still depend\ on the Dressler won the north area eas- 2,452 for Grady That part of the Banana Riv- with SB A1A. It can also beds, restricted areas from the stand- ; duck and coot flyways. Brevard was strictly "Goldwater -
absentee ballots, although Mrs. country", but Johnson's
Carlile held 833-vote visit and a real concerted campaign
an margin Boards Remain Same Muldrew
with all precincts In late last : BulletinPHOENIX on the part of Democratic
night A split In the absentee committee members and other

ballots LaGrange would Incumbent clinch it who for the received Is Only Republican WinnerBrevard Actor Injured Barry Goldwater, Arts conceded(AP) -Sen.his devoted made the members switch possible.of the party

21,925 to 20.992 for Mrs. "Johnson took over the lead
Johnston. County's two governing Brewster 3,854 to 2,316. John S. Chapman, a memberof rushed to Jess Parrish Memorial crushing Johnson today defeat, to President only last week, we felt," one
IP' North Brevard gave Mrs. Car. boards the County Commission Incumbent Democratic John the cast of the up-caning Smith Ambulance longtime Democrat told the
file a whopping margin sup. and the School Board Turner of Melbourne was returned play, "My Fair Lady," Is In Hospital by Smiling In the face of his Star Advocate this morning
porting her with 4,802 votes to will operate as they have In the to his second term as a critical condition and under and transferred to Orange landslide loss, the Republican "Most of us figured It would be
only) 2,278 for her opponent. past with the Commission member of the school board, defeating went surgery this morning following Memorial Hospital shortly afterward a nominee came to a pluxh desert clone and we're hoping the ab
':The race In the county that Is having a 4-1 ratio of Democratsto Republican Mrs. Jeane an accident on South where he underwent resort to read a telegram of lentee ballots will hold up this
'really close" Is the one for Republicans and the School Fisher 22,033 to 1854. In North Washington Ave. surgery for a head injury He congratulation he wired to John lead, so we can show the President .
County Surveyor, In which Democratic Board a full board of Demo Brevard he won 3,902 to 2, 76. son. that 'Spaceport U.S.A.' did
Chapman, who Jives at 230 also suffered Internal Injuries.The .
) Incumbent C. C. Job crate "l have no bittern***, no rancor support him."
Bill Democrat Ed Kittles won an Key Maderta Drive, was lavolv- Harris Woman, along! at ill," Goldwater sail
j. ,1s opposed by Republican U.S. Senator Spesaard 11 e 1* '
ed In an accident at 7:35 with Rosalee
Powell At the end of last ni;hfr easy victory over RepublicanMel BulletinCity today passenger lie sent hU gratitude to the land had little trouble in Bre i
In front
of Leah Conley' Erseployment Wright Ml Gibson St. and Herman 1
count Powell had a two-vote Fetner in District No. 1 DrYa voters who favored his cause, yard and about the same In the i
Service on U. S. I Pratt of HI Williams SI
margin, 19,955 to 19,153, so there (North Brevard), Republican of Tltusvl le's new $13,- and "all of you acroni this na state He won In the county by r
Is no doubt but the outcome of Dick Muldrew did the same in. 000 garbage truck was damagedat according to Ptlmn. A. & were all treated at Jess Farrish. thin ." almost a tw-to-one margin, 27,*
this race win depend on the ab his race with Demo Mike Doran 12:30 pm. today and four Mauldin of Titusville Police, Chapman was to have bad a "Congratulations on your victory 57: to 13,109' over Claude Kirk
Chapman pulled In front of role In the
a leading Junior Woman's
ballot count. In District No. 3 Melbourne) serious "
sentee ( city employees escaped southbound 1964 he wired Johnson. Jacksonville: Republican who
driven Club
North Brevard voted for Jobe and Democrat Guy Brewster injuries In a freak accident on June i production of "My "I will help you In any way was making lilt first bid for public
by W Harris Fair
706 Olive St
scheduled this
3,544 to 2,576.Polls. beat off the challenge of Republican State Road 405. Lady', I can toward achieving! a growing office.
was thrown from w
Milton McGrath for the : and better America and asecure Holland took the North Ereyard -
I District No. 5 (Eau Gallle) seat. Driving the vehicle was Benny his 1963 Corvair upon impact No charges have been filed as : and dignified peace. area 4,71 to 2,121 and lost
Are Commissioner Anderson. Other and It .is believed his headstruck yet In the accident and further i 1
Kittles will replace passengersin "The rule of the Republican only two precincts la the enure
Gus Faulk, who did not the vehicle were J. P. Copeland the pavement. He was investigations are underway. John S. Chapman j party win remain In that temper county, both of them by small
James Woodroff and Fred
seek re-election, and Brewster but margins. ,
It aUo remains In the
'On Nose'By win take the eeat of Joe Wick. T.Woodroff Brown, according of the Titusville to Chief W. Voters Return Cutler Mclver I IffO party of the opposition when the Brevard voters went
Police To ant
seek Port II
ham, who also did not re DepartmentAccording Authority opposition 14 called for. with Orange, Indian River
DOUW FONDA election. i I 'Then mud to be done in St Lode Counties In disbelief.!
NEW YORK (AP) Political KtUs had 24,209 votes to 17- to Anderson, the Voters in two Canaveral Port Roderick Mclver's narrow win absentee bafMlJ. Viet Nam, Cuba, the problem log the claim that Republican
pollsters grinned broadly todayas 307 for Fetner and, in the North cab of the truck which is a Authority districts: sent a pair of over Don Heaaey, both of Rock., Precinct Cutter Clark of law and order In this country Congressman Ed Gurney was a
they compared their forecasts Brevard district in which he front- nd.Wt type, disconnected! incumbent Democrats back for ledge i 2A Tirusvtih 217 lOll and a productive economy, "no" congressman as his Demo
with President Johnson's win serve, the successful candidate from the body when the truck four-year terms on the authority Democrat Mciver polled 1,061 "Communism remains the ocraUc: opponent Tom Kenney
smashing defeat of Republican drew strong support 4,463 hit a bump on the highway The TltusvWe'a Robert A. Cutter votes to 1,002 by Heaney, but It 2B Tltusvte 211 117 number one obstacle of peace of Cocoa Beach claimed.
Barry Goldwater. to 2,711. cab with the driver and passengers won a clear cut victory over .Is estimated that only about Mor D L B. CJtl 140 mIS and I know all America: : will Brevard supported the Incumbent \
With 83 per cent of the na Incumbent Muldrew proved tilted forward, causing Anderson Titusvllle'i Bin Clark but there less votes la the Rockledge So TItIl.vtl1. 457 207 join( with you In an honest solution Winter Park attorney :/,-
tion's voting units reporting, highly popular with ticket-spltb to lose control of the vehicle Is a slight possibility that the precinct (the only one voting 31 W, HI111 170 lIS of these problems,'' Gold. 823 to 17.7W. North Brevard i
Johnson had obtained more than I ting Democrats as well as his and It turned over. absentee ballots could affect In this race) are among the I,-, Total U02 I.m water said. (CMtliHMd On Paige 4) ,
62 per cent of the popular vote, fellow Republicans as he rolled -
biggest popular vote margin In I up 25,495 votes to only 15,641 for :
a presidential election since 1900 .Doran. North Brevard was behind 1
and approaching the poll fore Muldrew 1,311 to 2,117. i i
casts. I The Brewster McGrath race .. !

Both the Gallup and Harris had an the earmarks last night I ran., .215t ffI 7S s ii 621 441 { 621 9 090 27 i 3S n4A
nationwide polls had predictedthat .of a down to the wire battle Titusville 221 112 2ZI 103 33e 130 132 157 101 111 223 66 194 106 111 M,1 201 110 141 1M 161 00 275 57 lln 105 153 104
Johnson would get M per and the unofficial totals show 2. 1t"III. 226 188 231 110 212 107 164 190 221 123 241 53 231 U 235 146 261 99 111 143 504 10 267 53 179 103 206 it
cent; Goldwater 31 per cent Brewster holding 1,539-vote margin 2 CIt, Pelnl 534 465 561 326 153 406 433 533 524 403 561 533 483 402 4A1 506 555 511 3$ 414 191 9UI10(4 124 430 14 471 176
Johnson beat the records set this morning 21,503 to !>,- 4 ItKkIH,s 1026 1202 1371 692 1259 467 L2s 1370 1227 5691321 601 IkIO 1031 662 1269 1243 771 712 1190 1045 1040 57i 1671033 090
(Continued( On Page 4) .M4. North Brevard backed 'I"; Eilale 760 762 500 54797 7 STh05a 157 0A 6 B96wi Thn 1sCt boil 649 109 lb3
4 M'beurne' 242 293 324 132 277 226 150 313 2S1 ia2 2m 139 ass 2W 502 a1es 3M 119 Mil me 314 210 303 132 191 262 1$
7 Malibu' 127 131 132 14 152 00 111 377 136 55 165 11 111 56 16t 04 130 71 69 IA4 128 14 l 00 110 ib 120 00
Grant 04 77 04 51 53 86 11 P2 54 11 300 51 85 64 106 56 54 50 43 16! 43 $1 It es 13 43 75 51
Gus Faulk 9 Letu 80 lag so 90 7l 121 43 332 at 106 as 111 as 155 ao Us _65 111 43 IMI 62 126 /) ill 00 120 6611
Resigns; iOON', .n. 13 94 54 W 11 74 dill 'W"78 T2 s si E49 1is l'q loo 4m s 6A$0 d i3
11 M.rritt, Ial. 549i9 731 415 044 120 464 726 M0 466 Ut 434 01S 125 456 112 130 400 453 125 686 530 532 5At 146 659 660 101
12 M."I" hI.n 1049 $191145a 1001 061 163 6671011 011 1079 500 a73 706 N0 $I$1046 176 770 114 $154 691 914 74 813 751541 130
C.neu'.1 143 770 777 521 174 871 517 *10722 815 711 555 639 641 536 132 171 592 466 797W11) 670 550 759 5$1 711 $74 14$ 4
Kittles May ServeCounty 14 Sauth take 192 120 144 78 146 n 100 132 140 54 142 71 127 so 130 115 139 157 U4 109 130 14 130 15J sa 131 71 ;
15 wrs.ne lie 96 135 51 120 72 112 90 14o a u i23 MTh? UY n 94 i o u t 306 al ids d
16 Mime 623 419 834 192 701 143 470 114 562 245 021 177 337 422 553 263 4183 270 420 332 VA 193 114 172 501 lU 112 091
Commissioner G 11* 17 Palm, Bay 293 U4 100 l91 393 321 264 31534 P14411 1a5 221 219 460 303 376 168 313 376 52a 353 341 241 291 345 354 221Is
Mice.l' 141 206 170 144 Ut 190 107 217 131 143 156 147 134 159 161 111 136 150 56 241 136 133 143 152 132 19A 121 1110
Faulk, representing district I, Audub.n 616 565 101 190 898 476 431 617 443 461 810 414 556 456 502 641 822 450 411 154 143 g13 553 144 515 $42 5tl 427MA
North Brevard, has resigned effective CKN ?! 234 471 148 a5 171 463 MA 11i iii 117 39S l15 47 1 5o3 370 150 175 1 11311B
tomorrow, be announced 'frstcaa Cecee 637 244 431 163 111 l23 453 262 1M deb 4th 134 459 l77 5o0 244 452 129 291 2301 113 tail 412 151 9051 Ai 354 160
yesterday. 21 CK" Bch see 1254 1261 1211 143 lies 7th 1431090 3603 lies $44 me 1137 611 1415 044 1103 657 131151 172 1171 711 1403 510 1231 070 1114
la a letter to Cov. Farris Bry 22 t. R. Cary 993 10261237 12l 1176 751 761 11231217 144 10112 704 1100 710 178 1092 1010 552 531 9U91109 150 1131 136 12.7 761 nip 736
24 k..m_ 14 l$12 83 U 72 41 95 81 U6$ 81 N 140 09 50 87 43 84 11 60 14 U54 $9
ant. Faulk : 3c-H., i28 101 121'Iu '1s 'Sue 34tl 567 b1i'te a5fi i Ili toi
"It Is with deep regret that I roc 432 666 as a27 301 s u 3 eu
26 k. Melli. 750 4 543 34 244 21 356 21215 10107 7 s $841 l8 21q 11 236 09132* 17 211 20 151 24$2 h
ask you to accept myt resignation 11 Indl..nt', 231 7084 94 461 573 6 3 14 347 572 530 453 326 833 313 54 381 560 154 163 118 183 279 701 h6 633 341 141
as commissioner effective 21 Msbwrne 197 121 722 331 171 St1 425 609 308 437 75$ 331 83 432 866 ace 611 302 208 710 RS 140 139 114 543 443 143 435
Nov. 5 or at your 2t w. M.Ib. 261 238 097 13 251 154 26a 250 171 MS 297 1s2 23$ 179 517 173. 293 111 is 200 234 112 243 117 2i2 179 Ml 119
pleasure. : u515.45 30 M.I1. 441 461 494 201 t6 a3Duo 74t 241 till 27m 29i 7th 164 1A 1 263 W30142$41(35$ S 3654I4239, J
")11 decision not to seek reelection 21 Mella, VIII... ul 15$ 146 130 M 179 14 202 119 14* 140 126 11 113 14 500 111 120 53 224 100 71 116 83 170 09 17il
dictated demands for the knowledge you have J2 Cae.va lie... 715 779 13 134 601 754 494 MM m3 40 4 4 M1 706 n's sin 171 411l 816 411 944 836 710 113 111 817 764 100
was by shown for our complex problem 22 $.. see G.I6. 196 e0 824 401 519 531 322 125 $12 4thIm 251 514 492 es00 671 514 449 272 730 990 818 427 401 416 551 508 .'.
of my business; It seems and the dynamic leadership yM 34 W. Care 996 01411a 501197 $46 714 1036 1121 bye 1723 4m led em aim 917 uls an ill 0ii ieo sea 1001 701 141 a lee 4103fSltitve v.\\
more compelling each day that have shows! toward their soJo- 25s 513 ii 41: 25d 11Ji 381 396 H li4 2a0 1oA 71fi 17'1 1 36e !J
I return to active management" fen*." J6 W. Hili 110 7a2 8th 44 775 an 573 174 711 sonata 411 802 578 108 7U741 ee 454 7p 4n 550 51$ 144 819 401 us 618
Faulk told the Star-Advocats Faulk ha been highly regarded 27 N. Cara 738 1131014 4U 016 122 100 elf Olt 509 852 483 796 188 611 902 544 014 q 796 401 768 140 753 4a05rk 570
yesterday, tt would be his guess 21 N. sae G.w. 602 694 734 3e4 844 511 175 887 675 491 131 101 101 4m7 806 641 125 435 840 573 565 543 567 641 a74 eo 178 .
fee governor would appoint the by hi* fellow commission'ers 2f w. !.. G.,,,. 133 !! 1'3 1U 122 111 141 108 185 54 132 122 174 1201 W Cl 10 1A0 193 143 130 121 114 124J139 105 .,
successful district one commission and aO of then expressed 40 tee G.Ille /013171161 9W no }4 1447061 4 us0 03 ii 674 i i 8W se f3 a4 m 101 ii 712 idThi
candidate to fin the pod- regret n Faalk's decision not 41 IN G.IUe 437 501 502 719 477 400 238 1511 811 3571 014 354 431 392 424 417 454 343 251 536 135 444 398 41a 394 417 670 271 '.
evidenced by last to run for re-ekctico: saying 42 W. M... u8 141 135 17 102 130 b 106 113 145 09 inn 1141 14$ 104 118 55 14 171 101 129 100 127 I4 120 100 110 \
lion which as that Bmard County was toeing a W. Mellt. 21$ 211 241 131 290 110 154 tae 120 r7 256 331 34 IU ate 193 318 1601 145 214 308 306 213 244 200 109178 ;
Bight' results would probably "a fine commlssiouer 44 Sit. IdI.UG 511 780 714 M1 111 494 372 134 956 s4 18$ 84 M7 lelL 149 3i591_ 8401 381 171 441 750 444 171 MA1 7S832 110 f
teDemocratEd Kittles. : ; ;i roc... 156 1014 I6i Th 12 'wt{ 1133 )T rA 736 1 W7 tot II so. i11 toll 904 I
Faulk concluded: hit letter .f Ktttles, the successful candidate 44 .... ......1.1...... 116 311 239 219 lab 2M 140 357 220 250 778 211 111 216 168 Ste 201 286 141 231 193 291 173 301 161 3 370 213 (fQ
resignation wtth"Although for the position to yetter- M. M.lak 304 3 336 266 304 W 190 413 278 130 344 2a094 241 779 289 513 200 114 179 273 542 200 276 252 311 291 213
during the past day?* election. I* a former : = 272 211 224 137 307 2IOt 212 250 208 109 342 146 251 204 341 111 *3 141 111 324 274 212 255 300 231 11$ 290 171
lour year I have not ItS you or of Whispering IUDs md also f 334 431 487 254 353 287 251 51 331 378 078 2345 341 552 357 404 a14 110 554 >n 402 111 111 32S.27 3952.i_ 1,1

to express to JOG pnwnaay, former Mayor of Tttaivffle, first I a
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.P. 1, Tlfuivlll., (Florida), Star-Advocit WeJneidty, November 4, 1964

Titusville (Florida) Star-Advocate ...-..
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ppOH :: By Titusvllle Shr-Advocate, Inc WRAPPERThoughts .
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At The Star-Advocate Building :

1100 S. Hopkins Ave. I

MBMBER: Florida Press A .'n: National Editorial An'n andMsodaterj on election day R Walker established a beach
Press. the many people diligently get.tlng head and were able to detour p
out to exercise their rightto CatU. Final result: nothing h
Wary, H. Hudson Prei. Mrs. Hazel S. Hudson Vice-Pres. than "
vote when they are confinedto more the 'Cat's Meow'.
Robert H. Hudson, Secy-Treat."Henry I .a1.r.tewl ,,,,..... .
their homes much of the caw wr. ht
H. Hudson, Publisher Robert H. Hudson Editor
David Dunn Advertising Mir. S. L. Floyd, Circulation MgT time feeling strongly about Had a call from a local professional Y ".p 4 'I .
j' Raymond B. Rutherford. Classified Adv. Mgr this and other elections. .' man who offered to I
the transportation offered many make good all of the *39 stolen
Second-Class Postage Paid at Titusville Florida r1
. with some vehicles used from members of the Winter 1
all day and hauling from one to Park Parkers team here Sunday !
EditorialsHappy four each time, the busy of """
fire of Supervisor of Reistratlon "We don't want those fine A tiN'
Edna Carlile. with the idle young men to go away thinkingof
phone calls from here and there Titusville as a place where
AnniversaryCitizens . as precinct clerks and inspectors people cannot be trusted," he
call to ask questionsand explained.The .
voters try to cast ballots in
Bank, North Brevard'i oldest financial the wrong precincts the loss of Fred Everrltt to
institution, which adorns the bank of the Indian downtown benches filled shortly the community will be a big I i; If. ,
River in downtown Titusville yesterday markedits before the polls are closed one. Newcomers possibly didn't kLdv ..
as they await the opening of the know him. because he has _
30th anniversary of service to the area. bars after a long and dry day been ill for some time But the ,
Founded as a modest venture on Nov 3, 1934, the election clerks patient. writer remembers him well .tiloi/ (\I\r!\ ,
when the area found itself with no financial institution ly finding names in books ask. and will miss him and his : f
following the 'crash' of the 1929-30 depression ing voters to sign their names, cheerful smile, the pat on the. 4.1 ; /t
and then aiding them with head and his familiar kidding. I w
years the institution has a remarkable history of operation of the voting machines He was always cheerful, a devoted '< A
growth since its inception, and ranks as one of the the excitement in Mrs. servant to his church anda
leading banking institutions in Brevard county. Carllle's office as the returns fine and diligent worker In
start "popping" In, and then .the Rotary Club And his great HALLOWEEN PARADE WINNERS-Winners in fourth year group went to, top right: Linda Holl-
Able leadership and outstanding service, two of the looks on the faces of the Interest in the growth God gaveto the big Halloween parade held by Mims School last man Prettiest;' Janice Walker, Ugliest; Janice Mc-
the many fine traits which have contributed Immeasurably winners and the losers all in plants, grass shrubs and week were judged in four age groups. Winners in the Lendon Most Original; Cathy and Patricia Lewis,
to this phenomenal record for three the Great American tradition of trees was all consuming first and second year group top left were (left to Cutest Couple. Fifth and sixth year winners, 'bottom -

decades, continue to receive emphasis as "the the free vote. right): Dede Wood, Most Original; Carolyn Anderson right were: Steve Taylor, Most Original; Marty
Friendly Bank" on the Indian River and assures Jack Lefler Associated Press Prettiest; Bobby Maher, Ugliest. Preschool Sweet Prettiest; Sandra Myers and Diane Galyon,
Have you heard the new Business News Writer says winners, bottom left, were Lords Bass and Todd Cutest Couple; John Scott Somerset, Ugliest.
its continued growth in service to Titusville and that
drink, named "The Senator?" people shouldn't underestimate Wimmett, Cutest Couple. Prizes in the third andMims
,the North Brevard area. After two of them you're the value of a pretty girl

With assets of over $15 million and a genuine speaking from the floor . and points out that Hugh ', .' '
M Hefner didn't. .. .. :
Jnterest and concern in the projected future and Nothing in the world is fool At a result, Hefner has spiraled -': : News : '"

'growth of Brevard County as our Space program proof as long as their is a fool a bankroll of $600 of his own'

rnoves forward many and still greater anniversaries money and $6.0(10( In borrowed
; lie ahead for Citizens Bank. A note to the "Mullet Wrap. funds into the J30 million Play By Mr.. Gladys McLendon no easy job.Winners most original Steve Taylor; auction presented some lovely
per" from A. 0 Clark correcting boy empire AM 7.1241Succell'ul for the first group prettiest Marty Sweet; cutest gifts to be had for the! fight bid. .
We Join with their many friends throughout a recent statement about We guess every man, regard Carnival preschool 1st and 2nd year couple Sandra Myers and Diane All in all it was A 0 K. and
North Brevard in extending congratulations and the use of Blanton Park as site less of his age, thinks of him students were: Cutest couple, Galyon; Ugliest John Scott we do hope everyone 1::*d a good
best wishes on this anniversary date and wish for a political rally self as somewhat of a playboyand Thanks to our ()officers parents Lorrle Bass and Todd Wimmett; Somerset Had It been possible time. '
Mr Clark "My apologies to Hefner has taken advantage school faculty and many most original Dede Wood; all the children deserved to be
to add "Thanks for your vision and wise leadership Frank Darden but a fish fry In of this feeling. others who assisted us, our prettiest, Carolyn Anderson; Ugliest winners but unfortunately onlyso The Woman's Society of
'o aptly displayed in the every day life here in Blanton Park was in 1920 Instead He started with "Playboy1' Mims PTA reports a very successful Bobby Maher many could be chosen. Christian Service of the M I m s ;
North Brevard." of 1916. Most Interest was magazine then added Playboy Halloween Carnival The The winners of the second The booths all did a good job Methodist Church will meet at
centered on the race betweenU. Clubs, then playboy Press, I children were wonderful in their group or 3rd and 4th year students and hold the interest of the the church on Nov, 4 at 10 a.m. ,
The FieldThe S, Senator Fletcher and Governor Playboy Music Corp., Playboy many different costumes and were: prettiest, Linda I crowd. Can't remember when for the regular meetingl .
Leading CatU who tried to "up Models Playboy products Play .some were out of this world, but Hollmann; Ugliest, Janice Walker the hamburgers and hot dog -
set" Fletcher, literally for calling boy Lecture Bureau, etc. all just as cute as could be : most original Janice Me- tasted so good. Mr. and Mrs Jack Walker and
U. S. Bureau of Public Roads' report that him a liar CatU started And so it can be said that one I The judges very capably chose Lendon; cutest couple, Cathy The talent show: well didn't daughter, Janice, moved from '
Florida leads all states in converting interstate highway to show physical disapprovalwith man has pretty well made his the winners as each group of and Patricia Lewis know we had so many folks in Webbs Trailer Court into their I
into roads is of much enthusiasm but M. millions primarily on the start I children: were led In front of the The last group winners 5th our school that could do such a new home in Scottsmoor this "J
money deserving special atten B, Smith and Postmaster John he got with scantily-clad gals judges stand and theirs was and 6th. year students, were: good job of entertaining The past Saturday.

Florida, according to the report carried by Associated :1
Press has already committed 29 percent of I L.t Letters From Our Readers ;

its 1966 allocation in an all-out effort to build better oj, ,.
T" f KV:'.
and safer roads to carry the burden of our ever- A Shame! tlon." tAll the small proceeds will be mailed \ was also thoroughly disgusted editor of the Stir- d'ocat 'are pothetlcal ':Mrs: Doe's! spending JO
increasing traffic load, while only 11 states in the nation of the nominating judges this week. Also, a complete to think you, the chairmanof completely: divorced 'from one was wasteful and reckless:, could .

have committed any of their 1966 allocation Editor: .... ..... .?, were qualified and none were financial statement will be given our school board, would contribute another so the printing of the not the same be said of some
This program, matched on a 00-10 federalstatebasis Yes, its a shame to see some related to any of the winners to 'our real supporters the to the breaking up of letter bad nothing to do with of the buffoons who are spending -
will of thing as basically good as the except for one of the dancers, City Recreation Departmentthis this fine group by printing such my school board positions our tax money at the rate
provide a system highways so necessary Miniature First NIghters run In.: which casetx>th childrenwere week. trash. for your being "disgust 1" to of $8 billion dollars per month?
for the safe travel of our millions of motorists whore Into the ground by a group of presented with! gifts. So you see, "friends" you I've personally known Barbara think that I would print such a This should be of paramount)
now jamming our highways from coast to coast. so called "theatre supporters" We would like to publlcally have not "slapped Barbara Carlson for over six years letter, that U up to you, ButI concern to every American, for
1-75 will connect Miami, via west coast and who do happen to be "a groupof apologize to the young girl Carlson down" for It would takea and she Is one of the most honest don't believe that you, although we are now paying $1 billion dollars
irate parents because their much "higher authority" than people I've had the pleasureof I 'do1 not know you
not'read at month Interest on our
Tampa with the Chicago area and all intermediate whose "name was : per
children lost" (letter in Star- you to do sot And although the knowing. Even though the would believe that freedom of ,
the awards night" 'for althoughher colossal debt the amount
Cities along the route, when completed and 1-93 Advocate last week.) We knew mother felt "it was deliber "poor 'losers" were un-Impressed letter was signed "supporters", the press is, only, for. those which took Mrs. Doe three
which goes through Brevard, will run from Miami this letter was going to be written ate", It was truly an honest mistake with the awards night, city !it was obvious to all who readit things that: would W' favorableto thousand years to spend. The .
to Maine, along the east coast. early last week and "who" dignitaries there were very that it was written by the your views Why else Wouldwe President has recognized. this I 1
was going to write it for the complimentary with such remarks irate parents of the ones who have Republicans and Demo off the unused .
The concern by switching
not-too-distant completion of these inter The remark about the crats? Don't think It would
"supporters" made the mistakeof cutting as, you and your : lost you White House lights ThisIs
state projects will see the best four-lane divided making slanderous remarksin child receiving an award for a organization are a fine asset to: I would think all the people have been better to have written a one.hundred: -watt,approach .
highway system ever to serve the north-south traffic a local restaurant after the "mm-speaking sixty second the community" ". If there' would want to help instead of praise for Barbara Carlson, to a billion kilowatt problem,
in the eastern United States. awards program, which were walk on" was terrible. If the were more groups like yours break up something as fine for whom I employ by the way but it Is good to know that conservation t
overheard by a friend and their "supporters" really had "af there wouldn't be juvenile BEFORE such a letter appeared
any the youngsters as this little of the taxpayers' money
Our continued pace of state and Interstate highway teenage children carried many fection" for the little boy they dellqucncy" It was a group I have nothing but admiration than afterwards? Or Is It still has a flicking chance in
construction will provide a network of super slanderous statements to would not have crushed the tremendous program" and for someone who has a trait of the human race to ashingtort k : ,
highways throughout the Sunshine State and will school I most important night in his I many others. worked so hard sacrificed so only speak up when hit?
entice more and more motorists each year and boost The really "sad thing" Is the'supporters" Ute There were only three little Although people had to be"begged" much time and energy to better Before tomorrow, the taxpayers
boys nominated in that categoryand to come and see the should read "hat the can
didn't mention the Those who
our leading tourist industry to realms never before had community. Hew Much Is A Billion Dollars? didates have to offwvi'fcy candlelight 1
why only 14 members showedup I one already won an I last production v e feel the judge others quickly usually do *
Oven dreamed of. at the "voting" meeting. According Oscar Do the 'Irate parents"feel summer was most successful themselves would do under the Just how much Is a billion dol. If necessary: i
We commend our state officials for their for.. to the M.F.N, telephone the other little boy who in .every fair and honest Way i same circumstances Therefore lars? If John Doe should give Sophia Mlegel .
thought in gearing for and speeding up this road chairman who should know, also had a non-speaking, less possible for the the childrenof In reality are only judging his nagging spendthrift wife a ;?....".rife) I I
'all' but a few I couldn reach than sixty second "sit-on" part, I the community working withus themselves I million dollars then send her
construction program to better accommodate our until notified deserved the award more than were kept out of trouble and she Undecided?
Thursday were What this town needs is more' away stipulating not return I
ever-increasing tourist business and at the same time early in the week." On Thursday the one that won? .off the streets. This was our : people like! Barbara Carlson until she has spent the million Editor-

attract new industry which is showing an increased she received a telephone The "supporters" apparentlyare goal and this we accomplished and less of the little people who at the rate of $1000 per day t.
interest in Florida. call requesting "all the mem- afraid to bring in the open Can the supporters" say the call themselves "supporters. she would return broke and Are you undecided' how to
ben and their phone numbers" the remarks they are spreading same? I, for one want to stand up and nagging In three years. I vote? Read the first article in i iI
the October and November
because "the meeting has been behind my back, so let me Not afraid to sign my name. be counted and I am not a winner However, U the exasperatedDoe I both t
First Color VentureThe Issues of Reader's Digest
cancelled by the Jaycees". The bring them out In the open for Barbara Carlson, loser or supporter had the dough he would
Jaycee president received a you. During the last play I chairman of the Miniature I have no children and I'll bet send his wife away with a billion -1 No, they are not regular
Star-Advocate's first venture in color, ad phone call on Friday at 5 p,m. worked on nearly every phase First NighlersApalled you won't print this dollars. Spending at the paign harangues, but if you cam-I
vertising-wise was accomplished in our issue of Friday Informing him "the meeting has of the production and yet was Mildred E. Lewis same rate, this time she would a sincere' ataunvh crt
Oct. 30, in Floorco's nylon carpet advertise- been cancelled" When he accused of being "un-coaperafive" be gone for three thousand heart, you illt {ft the message. .
questioned[ this the woman said because there were no '
"I'm the chairman of the child large audiences. Those who Editor: Editor's Note: You lose, years! Reading :these will l help you .i
ment.This is one of the many features of our 24-page en's theatre". A great" num- worked on the production know I just finished reading the letter whatever it was you bet I am This illustrates the magnitudeof make a good decision you (and i
high-speed and to her> of members were phoned of I I personally designed sketched in Friday's paper concerning glad that you wish to "stand up a billion. It gives this writera your children) fill be proud of II!
press we are pleased announce the false cancellation of t he I and painted most of the back the children's theatre and I and be counted." I would like tiny semblance of compre- over the years ahead. ;
that Manager John Gandy of Floorco was extremely meeting and are now greatly drop and jet in your "Mullet must say I was appalled at the to point out that my position as hension of tlOO-bllllon Federal Earl S, SebringI t
happy with the results of our efforts and reports disappointed they "were cheated I Wrapper" another woman was garbage It contained. school board chairman and as budgets. Furthermore It the by- .!, ;
favorable comment from many of his customers on out of their vote"' by these I given full credit for this although ,,- --
lies which told because she only worked a little TT.Y ? ? TTTTTT .TTTTTTTTTTTTV .
were just -
the of his ad
appearance and more important,
"three teens" couldnl over an hour on it
he was satisfied with the returns on his advertising be there. There When asked to
were many put on a L !
dollars. terns at the meeting althoughIt "free" show for the Bayvlew A NoYear's Waitt
Gandy also reported that area salesmen, who Is led to believe there were School children and then 'take
are accustomed to seeing color reproductions in only "young children" there the show on the road" to the I I t
Three, not several parents northern part of the state. I i iThis
other papers were highly complimentary of the FOR
came to the meeting screaming explained the play had already
tone and register of the color which is so necessary unfair" "not enough children been too costly and the theatre O

for desired appearance and effect. present," there were, however, couldn't withstand the added
Satisfied customers such as the above atte.ts.1I many parents who felt the expense Therefore I was ac 4 Higher Rate I
children there should be allow cused of "running the theatre t4i
one of the greatest assets this or any newspaper can ed vote. And only one had to like a business" and "closing
possess and we are overwhelmed that our first color be helped with name spelling! the door in the faces of the '
ad was highly pleasing and obtained its desired re- One "irate" parent suggested children" In the play. Savings left by the 10th of any month earn from the :
suits "absentee ballots" or a forum, By a late phone call the other 1st. Savings Insured up to $10,000 ((30,000 for a husband J
but, when asked to take com- evening, I was Informed parents % and wife) by FSLIC a permanent agency of the U. S.
We pledge to continually strive to offer our ad. plete charge of such a tremendous and children who still had J .I' Government !'
\ertisers and our readers alike the best service and task they backed down I ticket money out for the last
news coverage in the North Brevard area. We are quickly as usual All I play "had no intention of turning '

aw getting lined out in our new plant and every the fair (T) shenanigans of i it in" until they learn Jirst Federal Satins !
members behind I where the is As
phoning went on money going Current Dividend
effort will be made to serve the needs of our
my back although I was we stated numerous times proceeds Rat
highly treasured customers. This effort will be easily reached by telephone as I from the play will benefit! Compounded ..JId Loon. .Association of TltutvllUDowvtowm
:furthered extensively prior to the first of the year anyone else And one child ''I the Florida Sheriffs Boys Semi Annuatt/ I IP
when of was cheated out of four votes Ranch and since the large Office Branch Office
we to daily publication the news of TItus'Vine -
go in her own family alone because I amount still out e1dentltlJ I Open 9 to 3 Daily. Also 4 to 7 Friday Washington at Main 14S N. Coquina
iud North Brevard area. of the "false cancclla- i I not be turned in, a check lor


Nftvtmbtr, 1H4Indian TItu.YHI., (ll.rtda), fNr.AdweaN
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river, rode .harm tare back. .. -.
I River "South fifusville News chased NftMtt. awl hud a big -- '
i seavangir .... Tkty all re-
hInIf>dllMday! eWeli tIred PANCAKE
Racal AfttndMci At Teen-Town> Board of Directors but ba>ppy. SUPPERFRIDAY
P. T. A. MtttllII state they have rewards for Football Cam
The Coquina Elementary those that really Bftch Hi and Mr. and Mrs Fred Hell and NOV. 6
School P-T.A. met for its monthly !do a fine obArwetwe j. Mr. and Mrs. Rhiiwh..rt
ed' ttte FlnrMa-Aubwn a\tfftd"1
meeting last Tuesday even- i -- :; a TRINITY
ing In Ute auditorium of the ,| H lltwM, school, with a record attendance A Halloween Party fee children i '
of over 660 people attending e ages S to 7. ww given by Hcmtmaktri' Club Meting(
This is considered an all 1v Ann Gray and Jennw Day as a I' Some !M ladies (nwt all over I LUTHERAN CHURCH
time record for North Brevard Home Economics: Project last I Brevard Count ,
County.Dr. Thursday afternoon at the home I atives of the ","rf'PI'f'I'"It'l 140 M..n.U. Av_nui

W. S. Hardin gave the :of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Dean makers Club converged' on I'' Serving S to I AU You Can Eat
Devotional A report from the at 151 Forest Road. the Agricultural Center 11T5
very active Safety Committee. The Mom was decorated with West King Street Cocoa.: Mon I ADULTS: TS< CHILDREN: We
of which Mr .and Mrs. Frank witches and goblins. The guests day for the p 1 rp Simon are co-chairmen, was [enjoyed playing musical chairs, a meeting presided\ over
: bobbing for apples, drop! the by Mrs. Sue H .
made that 107.00 was clearedon "T' Young Canny -- --- --- -- -
the sale of hot-dogs last Sat ,ghost and find the object Best Home Demonstration' Agent
urday, enough to buy helmets j costume prize went to JoleenI The agenda of thin meeting can
and rain capes for the Patrol ; I Calhoun, while Ken Mitchellwon be summed up a!* "ChrMmas
Boys. the prize for musical Gift fchanRIdl'u":

Mr. and Mrs. Simon donated chairs. The ladles met to exchange
and Each child received a Rallo.ween Meas for the giving of Christmas
three for
presented trophies
hat. blower, cricket and
gifts, and the making of
safety poster awards: one to I
Mrs. Mary Semmes' Class, who 1 j sack of candy to take home. such gifts Not! only that, varIons .

made the posters; one to keep HALLOWEEN PARTY-As a Home to right : Ann Gray, George Ann I members of the clubs
in the school's award cabinet Economics project, Ann Gray and Jennie Dozier Denise Guner. Alice Martin, Welond Camp brought some of their handiwork
Mrs. Mllma Steams took her
to exhibit at the
and one for the P.T.A. to keep. for children Jeneen Mathews, Jeannie I meeting
Day, gave a party ages Day and
grand-son, Gary Rhlnehart. and ; so as to acquaint each 1'1111or
A Saturday movie was announced : 3-7, Thursday at the home of Mrs. kneeling in front Ken Mitchell Sherre throe other boys, Billy Mark. the work being done by others.
for 1:30: p.m on Nov. Joseph Dean. Those present were, left Dean and Jolccn Calhoun \
the 7. "Fort Ti" plus 30 I. ley, Don Nichols and Mike Me- Indian River City Itomemakers -
minutes of cartoons. I Masters to meet a group' who Club hud the largest and
Mrs. Jack Wright announceda much as those in regular dress. The first prize in the Lady and generally clean up. In other were spending( the weekend at one of the most Interesting exhibits
Turkey dinner would be served This idea was changed at the section, a hugh/ stuffed dog, words, as their contribution to Camp Coolanga, near Nigh then Mrs. Ethel Cur-
at the Fall FesUval at the I' last Board Meeting and It was I donated by the Indian River the community and the Civic Springs. rey' Chairman of (Home Arts 0 Qr
School on Nov. 21. planned to join with the Indian Plaza Drug Store, was awarded Association the Teenagers will The boys say it was Just like and Accessories of this Club
Luther Rogers, principal of River Plaza Merchants Associa I to Karen Phillips. First prize pitch In, renovate and I the movie "Swiss Family Rob- showed and explained' I'Usilo
introduced In tion and have a free dance on : for men, a 33 inch Record, donated repaintthe Inson" They hiked across Crystal Art, among other
Coquina, the non- Interior of
structional and instructional I' the plaza parking lot. I by the Eagle Store. was the Civic! Center swinging bridges, slept in a things! !Shrine candles were exhibited
staff of the school. The Merchants agreed to sup awarded to Mike Roberts; Second hall and make It look like new huge "Tree louse" They canned by Mrs Muriel Graham,
The program, which followed, I ply the prizes and refreshmentswhile Prize awards went to Judy, again. down miles of crystal clear (Continued en ,... 5))
Teen Town would supplythe Ashley a Girl Troll Doll, ---
was a panel on "Bet --- --- --
ter Communication between I' Band. However, the best- donated by the Jay Bee Jewel
parents and teachers". Curtis laid plans I of mice and men : lery Store, and a Baseball Troll'
Barnes, Clerk of the Circuit' go wrong (gang awry as the Doll, donated by the One Rod
Court of Brevard County, who Scotch poet wrote), it rained Rose Gift Shop was awarded to I''
lives in Rockledge, was moderator and the open air dance was called Donna Comparato.
Representing the parents off at short notice. Adult Chaperones on duty
were Mrs. Shirley Plumb, The teenagers had to move I were Mr. and Mrs. Edward K r
Mr. Ken Tipper and Mrs. James back to the old stand-by, the Merriam, Mr. and Mrs Robert e11N 4 + d 4K
Spencer. Representing the I Civic Center, and it was hurriedly Comparato, Mrs. Joseph Ponds, O
teachers were Mrs. Irma Nor decided to make this a Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ashley I I
man, Mrs. Virginia Burgess and free dance to provide fun and and Mrs. Peggy Tindall. A a GRANTS GIVES

Mrs. Luther Rogers. music for teenagers and yet, visiting parent was Lew ell E. EARLY SHOPPERS
Areas of cooperation included more teen-ages, because no less Fox, while Jann McMaster. a 3 D13 DAYS
I homework, ways and times cooperation I than 316 showed up, rain or no former member, returned from A GIFT OF
were needed and Forest Lake Academy to visit
I' most importantly how the rain.Music was supplied by the Teen-Town as the guest of Kitty THURS, FRI., SAT. '' EXTRA SAVINGS
home school can foster the "New Dimensions." Slceman.

values teaching to of children.moral and spiritual arrive So many In costume teen-agers and the did civic not Teen-Ttwn Work Parry 'R ,- ,'I*, NOV. 5,6,7 r! -. .....,..,..,..." ..','-.',.',,. 'If- .1MIt-.,,_: ............._......-!: .......-_JI.tIIIlt. ... 1/1A1.! .. f"JIiCfIj
Open house of the entire center was so crowded that the The Teenage members of 't:S.:
School Plant was held for the judges dcc.b2d to have the con- Teen-Town Club will meet at ""'IO-INCHTRICYCLE
record crowd. Teachers were test to award prizes to the best the Civic Center Saturday, Nov. ; ::, I WITH

hosts and hostesses and the costumes before the dancing got 7 at 8:00: a.m. to generally 'W 11 Mpr! E A
chlldrens work was displayed. under way spruce up, paint the interior
Mrs. Peggy Malcolm's (StageI -------- ----- -- -- -- r ? ZA-ZOOM MOTOR ,
.I Year 1)) room won the atten I t : ,
dance award with 100 percentof SAVE 2.88
parents attending. FISH FRYAll
American Education Week Is SulelO
November 8-14 and Mrs. Rogers
I announced an excellent film,
"Secure their Blessings," would YOU Ali r 10"> 11"
be shown on Nov. 12 at 7:30:
p.m. at the School. Also on CAN EAT 9 7c NO MONEY DOWN.. I

Nov. 13, from 1:00: till 3:30: 1 1.25 weekly .,., :
p.m. there will be Parents' Visitation -
Day, when and where the Idle or mom the hilt''NY op
parents can see the school Inaction Cole Slaw-French Fries-Hush R crated motor Tricycle rtm 56-PC FLINTSTONE BOULDERS
Puppys chrome riser handle Imrf,
rail. Flaming red/whllo.
Hallowttn At Ten-Town

The Board of Directors of / OrantInelvsly./. trim..... ....... ,Sal $13 for IJlhtwelilit char 'plsulle DNt HIli.I"boulder\ Sale I 4.44
Teen-Town Club decided, several anal Wills
months ago, to h a v e a RIVERVIEW RESTAURANT ,." KM.............SnUSIS eitra piano,knockdown mure.!boumor, ANN .... ..........tt
special dance at Halloween I
The Teen-agers who arrived in 204 S. Washington' Ar.nu.

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p." 4 Tltuivillt (Florid.) Stir-Ad vac it* W.4n.ay, N.vemb.r4U4



Stale Vole More CongressionalSeals I Johnson THE CUlT COVN'l'UI'A or NI3rC AND JUDICIAL It BREVARDkw CIa.

Johnson Wins Florida ...
For President Same vlIwroP.a. a MaMaehuMttt BUIIn .
Demos Continued From Page 1 *** Treat PlalaMff.

I THI ASSOCIATED PRESS gave Gurney lHt to S.1S2. ...
Ry BEN FUNK T Passions flared in the prects But Republicans won a simi TALLAHASSEE!: (API-Demo) Kenney won only six precinctsand a Florida corporation CORPORATION CAN.

County Johnson G.ldw.ter MIAMI (AP-Prcsldent Jo. : as voters formed long lar caw at Tampa. When poll crat*made big inroads into the MIAMI (API-Florida's) Kit was supported strongly! by AVKRAL: HILLS KNTBRPRlf.ES .

Alachua 12,074 10,565 son, using the political musci .aes at polling places and, In officials began to move the Republican legislative holdingsin in the be upcoming filled 89th Congresswill the Negro vote, as he won 'l7rr, INC., a Florida, SR.oorporatlOB and DIANA:

Baker 1,038 IOI5 of Florida's two greatest urbar watchers away from the polls, the general election, capturing by the same II South Melbourne, South Titus- his wife: JOHN 8rTA.
some areas, encountered Republican Democrats and two Republicanswho HBAS. JR.. and OAIL IHAHS.t!!.
Bay 7,165 12,055 areas to beat down the challenge Circuit Judge Nell C. McMullen at least six of the 14 GOP villa, the 21A and B precinctsin hi* wife FLORIDA MORTUAOU

Bradford 2,_ 1,023 of Barry Goldwater, has "eagle eye" poll watchers. issued an order to stop it. State House seats and cracking the occupied them In the last Cocoa, along with Mime and SECURITIES COMPANY a.
session. Florida corporation. D.5.e. CONSTRUCTION
Brevard 24,048 23,836 pulled Florida back into national Charges that the watcherswere GOP chairman Tom Fairfield solid Plnellas County bloc for Courtenay. CORP.: a Florida

Broward 68,212 82,373 Democratic ranks for the first interfering with the rightsof Brown had threatened otherwiseto the first time in years. Four Democratic and two Republican Gurney took Kenney's home corporation: FIRST NATIONAL,
incumbents won reelection a nitlonal -
time since 1948. voters were carried into courtat challenge the election In the
Calhoun 111I 275 Three Republican House memo precinct Cocoa Beach bya hanking auoUatloB: VULCAN .
Charlotte In big Dade County, where thePresident's Miami and Tampa and Sen. courts. bers easily in the six contested 1,49 to 718. CONSTRUCTION CO, a
4,587 3,1113 were beaten by Democrats.In whopping Florida
congressional races inTuesday' I corporation: ROY H,
eltrue 2,088 2,021 liberal policies find George Smathers charged Gold. Voting lines were so long that the other seats, the Republican HAUBTED and VIRGINIA HAl'S.
more favor than anywhere else water forces with using "Nazi- ,many persons reported waiting Incumbents election, despite con Brevard County gave J acbon.1 TED hi* wife: and NORTH-
Clay 2,1111 3,577 down
stepped or
in this state of dramatic like tactics" 1 siderable ballot splitting in some Culls Mayor Haydoa INC. a FlorIda -
Collier U77 3,422 political to Interfere with hours to cast their ballots Florida were defeated in primaries and a corporation,

Columbia 3,307 4,002 contrasts, Johnson got a whop. the balloting.At law provides that any personin the seats were up for grabs. areas. 000-vote margin in the race for Defendant

Dade 189,340 110,115 ping 73,000 vote edge, more than Miami, Circuit Judge line at poll twice the overall James W Kehoe be unopposed in the other six dis In nine North Brevard SALE
DeSoto 1,704 1,890 margin by Issued a re allowed to vote, and in one stronghold of Republicanism and pre.

Dixle 497 606 which he captured Florida straining order against "illegal Sarasota County precinct, the its legislative delegation has tricts. cincts. The county totals were NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENpuriuant
in the of There was only one surprise, 24,804 to 11,504 for t* a Final Decree
And, heavily-populated mass challenging ( voters) last voter walked out of the Republican of
Duval 75,1140 77,744 solidly GOP. in the 11th District and it came Foreclosure dated October 30, 1W4and '
Johnson without Charles while in North
Tampa Bay area, cause. booth at 12:15: a.m. Halley entered In Chancery Caa No.
Escambla 23,1148 31,403 wrestled control 0 f Plnellas I But Rep. Richard Deeb was not in the victory of Republican Brevard Burns had 4$85 to 2,. 28530: of the Circuit Court of the
Flagler 898 608Frankling defeated by John Ware, a Democrat Rep. Edward J. Gurney but in 121.II Ninth Judicial Circuit In and for
from the .
County bya Brtverd County Florida .
334 300 20,000 vote margin and took I Holley Gives Burns FightMIAMI and Daniel McMullen Jr. Ills overwhelming margin of CONTINENTAL MORTGAGE
Gadsden 3,437 4.015Gilchrist INVESTORS
a Matearbuactta
beat Republican Mark McGarry more than 30,000 votes.
448 383 HUlsborough County by '* THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BuilneM Trust la plaintiff and
Glades 37 117 same majority. (AP-Mayor Haydon though with a note of optimism."I seats. IN AND FOR BREVARD: a Florid corporation CANAV.ERAL .
In from all but four was edged by former Rep. Bill .
Gull 501 730 surprising re realize that close does not
Orange County Republican INC., a Florida corporation
Reedy.In :
of the state's
lIamUton 147 111IJlardee 2,278 precincts, sistance and was elected Governor count in an election but I believe Rep. John Brumback was displaced MO. :2M24 JOHN SHAHBAS. RS. and DIA
Johnson rolled total of Sarasota County a Demo NOTICE CT PrBt.ira.TIOK
up a NA SHAHBAg hla wife, JOHN
Im 2,214Irendry for Gold- over a brash opponent who our workers can look by Democrat Bob Alii- cratic incumbent Jack Masses URBAN AND SUBURBAN SHAHBAS. JR. and GAIL 8HAH-
votes to
891,284 862,026 ,
1,321 1,595 water. rolled up more votes than any forward" to actual victory In the good, giving the county a House defeated a former represent-, alice HOMES. INC. a Florida oorpor- GAGE BAS :hll*wife SECURITIES FLORIDA MORT.COM.

Hernando 2,013 1,960 Republican candidate for state future, Holley said. delegation of two Democrats live Republican Gus Nelson for Plaintiff PANT a Florida corporation: D.
office in Florida The ..... B. S*. CONSTRUCTION CORP..
Highlands 3,892 4,418 history. returns didn't Indicate a
This metropolitan support was and two Republicans.
the county's one House seat left MAX riNEMITH. Individually Florida corporation: FIRST NATIONAL .
Jl1l1sborough 61,618 41,461 more than enough to overcome Although Burns swept all buta whether Holley benefited from Broward County will send four after the legislature and a* Trueta: and FRANK BANK OF EAU OALLIE.
Holmes 705 2,068 handful of his charges that Burns had $1.2 reappor. ALTER Individually and cc a national h."kine iiaodatlon;
the racial issue which swept counties and endedup Democrats and one Republicanto tloned! last year Trustee, VULCAN CONSTRUCTION CO.
Indian River 4,862 5,197 I most of north Florida over to the with a margin of more than million hidden in a secret bank Tallahassee instead of two Defendant INC.

.Jackson 4,151 8,730 J Republican side and enabled 220,000 votes, he fell far shortof account and that Burns' income Democrats and three Republicans THE IN THE NINTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT or. TOl MAX and riNXVMITH.lie TruiU Individually H.HAURTED."HAUSTEDndor"viHGiNiI his wife: and

Jefferson 1,473 1,152 Goldwater to hold central and the million votes he predictedhe taxes were being Investigated. as it did last year. IN AND e/o MacMurray P..... NORTHWOOD BUILDERS INC.,

Lafayette 498 603 southern counties that went to would get. Holley lost his home county Rep. L. L. Baker, who held a Cb FOR.no B'i'v"1ROtN.rv;:Number 2M1I n New Jona York.. Street New York a eels Florida, I will corporation sell to the, hla-hmt are defend-and

Lake 1,233 12,170 the GOP in 1960.A Charles R. Holley, the under. and carried only two of the Lake County seat for one term Ollltll: TO "oW' "t'1I1: YOU ARK: HEREBY NOTIFIED bet bidder for caab at the East
lee 11,755 12,877 dog state representative seeking counties that went to Petersonin COUNTY OF BR&V AIlD. FLORP that a complaint for declaratory Front Door of Brevard County
great personal effort by IDA. relief a* to the Plaintiff right Courthour In Tltuavlll. BrevardCounty.
Leon 10,071 14,301 Johnson, including a campaign his first statewide office, madeit 1960, plus a half-dozen other PollsContinued .tltlo.*r. under that certain deed recorded Florida at 12 o'clock Noon
Levy Liberty 341 854 the closest small counties scattered ".. In Official Reoordi Book .45, at on the 26th day of November 1M4,
swing through the state in the Democratic-Repub THE: STATE: OF FLORIDA. *t Pate 150. of the Public Record the followlnedearrlbed propertyM
Madison 840 778 week before the election, led to lican contest for the governor's throughout the state. .1.. : of Bnvard County Florida, and to-wlti act forth la said Final Decree,

Manatee 12,437 18,217 the first Democratic national mansion on record. However, Holley picked up From Page 1 TO THE STATE or R..Do"dent.FLORIDA under that In Official certain Record tnortctr Book recorded

Marlon 8,840 10,464 victor in Florida since Harry Holley nipped Burns and his tens of thousands of votes in AND TILE: BBVERAL 14*. at Pair 16*. of the Public Lot HILLS I throuch COUNTRY 100 WHI8PERIVO CLUB-

Martin 3,493 4,109 Truman beat Thomas E. DeweyIn massive organization like a bulldog northern Florida and the pan by Warren G. Harding in 1920 PROPERTY TAXPAYERS. OWNERS.CITIZENS aloe Record for of aa Brevard abatement County of the ai ESTATES: .Pectlon 5. accordln .

Monroe 8,387 4,500 1948. attacking an elephant and handle, which went heavily for and Franklin D. Roosevelt in AND OTHER HAVING Plaintiff obligation undtr said to a propoeed unrecorded
I to be recorded In the Pub-
OR CLAIMING ANT into and mortiat and for an In
Nassau 2,658 3,021 Dwight D, Eisenhower swung was rewarded with 76,000 more Sen. Barry Goldwater. He 1936. Harding won 60.4 per cent RIOHT. TITLE OR INTEREST 'unction and for other relief all Record of Bravard County

kaloosa 1,0011 11,012 the traditionally Democraticstate votes than George Peterson got gained 13,000 votes In Broward of the popular vote and Roosevelt AFFECTED IN PROPERTY BT THE TO BE Iii. low reiultlnir dotcrlbed from property the sale bY of the the Defendant "... more Florida particularly, the said 100 described lots belo aafollowi' *

keechobee 11511 1,281 over to the Republicanside in his surprise showing against County, also presumably from 60.8 per cent StTANCB BY THE COUNTY to the Plaintiff. baa
lJrange 35,950 46,424 down the line Cold- The pollsters' success was afar OF BREV AIID, FLORIDA beoa filed atalnat you. raid property From the Northwest corner of
In 1952 It in Farris In 1990. voting by
won again Bryant OF 13.000.000 CERTIFICATES beln. a. follow: the 8E H of Section t, Townahlp
sceola 3,368 4,352 1958, and Richard Nixon held ItIn With 2,198 of Florida's 2,278 water supporters.The cry from 1948 when Presl- OF INDEBTEDNESS OF1M4 All that land known a. Chandler n* South R.... (5 Eaat Run S
Palm Beach 41,418 47,260 dent Harry S. Truman defeated HEREINAFTER MORE: Park the earn belnir a.uhdivi.ion II 14' 40" E alon* the North line
1060. precincts reporting, Burns had write-in vote for High was PARTICULARLY DEHCKIB- of the U 8 Lot S, of laid SE U a distance of 211.21
I'asco 6,972 8,775 A day of heavy voting, and of 868,271 and Holley (46,058. believed to run about 30,000. Gov. Thomas E. Dewey with 50 ED, OR TO BB AFFECTED: eetloa 14. Townahlp M South feet; thence S O. 45' 2$" W a*die-
lance of SSO fact. thence S9 14'eli"
IN ANY WAY THEREBY Ranee 17 Earl: aa plat .
I'nenas! cent of the vote per reaorded.
95,605 77,523 emotional clashes at the polls, Burns collected about 58 per Burns piled up 77 per cent of per against The SUt of Florida through la the Public Record E: a distance of 47314 feet to

Polk 23,312 34,585 brought no other surprises. cent of the statewide vote, compared the Negro vote in selected Negro ewey's 45.6 per cent. the But Attorney of th* Ninth of Brevard County Florida. a point on the center line of Barn.
Road and the Point of Brelaninc.Continue
Judicial Circuit of laid Slat, and Florida la Plat Book I. Par
l'utnam 4,702 4,775t. Democrat Haydon Burns climaxed to Bryant's 59.8 per cent.Honey's precincts, an irony since That year Gallup forecast that the .evert property owner, laspayr :30. save and eooptiei there thence from the Point of
Johns 4,130 7,029t. total 42 cent Burns In the .. clii.. and tbrr. having from Lot I. 4 and I of Block Beclnnlnt 8 18' 14' 40" E: a ..
was got mileage primary
a bitter campaign for per Dewey would get 49.6 per cent or cl.lmlng any right tills or I... 1*. and all of Rlork IT, and tent of 126080 feet; thenc N 0*
Lucie 7,432 7,023 governor; by soundly defeating versus 40 per cent for Peterson. by complaining of the and Truman would get 44.6; the trent In property to ... affected Lot It and 11. of Block 1'. 4S' :90" B a dlatanc of SIte feet to
Santa Rolla 3,338 5,727 is by lb. I..u.n.. by lbs County ef and Lot 1, Block I, with laid a point on the North tine ot the
Charles Holley. Sen. Spessard "There no question that my block Negro vote given High. Crossley Poll gave Dewey 499 Brvrd Florid, of IS.000.000 Lot I I. Block I. oonalatln* said SB H. thence 8 ID* 14' 40" BHone :
Sarasota 13,348 20,576 Holland rode a landslide to his active support of the entire The 77 per cent was 18 per cent and Truman 44.9; and the Roper Certificate* of Indebtedneu of of ill aorea of land. And fur laid line lot feet to a point
situated 10W feet Weat of the
em1nols 8.824 IM4. hereinafter more ther eavtnt and ..
9,487 p.rtlo..l.rtyeeertb.d.
fourth term In the U.S. Senate Democratic ticket, including the better than Bryant did against Poll gave Dewey 52.2 and Truman or to b. affotd IB aay therefrom, all .r.t..o.metal NE corner of said 8E U: theno
Sumter U55 Im and all congressional Incum. national ticket, cost us approximately Peterson.But 37.3. way thereby, ar* hireby .....lntI and petroleum rlthta and priv I 0* W 10" W parallel with the
SuwaMee 315 487 to appear befor* lbs Circuit Court ilege which ar veiled U the East line of laid BK % elI feet:
bents-four Democrats and two 200,000 votes, Burns Burns dropped five per The Gallup and Harris polls of th. County of Brcvard, Florida State of Florida, or any thenc S 59e 14' 40" E parallel
Taylor 332 498 Republicans won as expected.The said at a victory party In the cent below Bryant In selected were not the only nationwideones la th. Ninth Judicial Circuit *f agency of the Slat of Flor with the North line of tb. (aidE
aid ida. Tea-ether with H 990 fret to a point on the
Union 715 681Voluals mat at the Court HOUM an the alnf-
same metropolitanstrength Jacksonville Coliseum. He also high Income urban districts and to predict Johnson's victory In Tllutvlll. Florida, on the lit cIa the shore, riparian and Wait lies I"J th* East 60 feet of*
13,730 3,7611 said: three per cent below Bryant In of December. at On littoral rlfhl of the vendor the said K, thence 8 0* 10
Wakuna 653 that boosted Johnson to 'I :' roc PM. anti bo M4..u; .. why to the land appertalnlne- :90" W lion* laid line 61S cell
1.144 victory beat down the reappor. "There Is no question Mr. Hol selected low Income urban dis Samuel Lubell, whose report the prayer of th* petition filed A* also all portion of the thence N 59' 14' 40" W a dlatanc
Walton 2,322 1,583 tlonment drafted rural rode the coat tails tricts. The percentages, respectively Include la the above proceeding ihould afereaald plat of Chandler of 420.000 feet thenc N 76*
plan by ley strictly on does not percentage not b* granted, and the Certif Park that are BOW or have la 20' H" W a dlatanc of 18092
Wuhlncton 1,404 2,551 forces in control of the legisla of Barry Goldwater So far as was 44 and 68. figures, predicted a "Johnson icate of Indbtedni of 1N4 h.... the pan keen dedicated for feet: thence B ..' 87' 4'" W a dla-
In deicrlbtd sod the public use a* itreett.alteyi. lance of 137863 fed : thence !*
proe.edloeeberotofore or
I Mr. Holley is concerned as a The 63 per cent vote Burns received landslide" had authorliln the I.. rifhta-of-way. Including, without I* 00' 06" W a distance of (S 000
tiring Delayed ture.Even if the amendment had candidate, had he been In the in selected middle income Time magazine said "Lyndon .u.nc. thereof validated and coa- limitation- t..11 thence P M* 0"' 61" Wadi..
The N 'M of Waahlneton. lance of 110duo feet: thence ftI
won, It could have made no difference Democratic primaries, he would urban districts was unchangedfrom Johnson will beat Barry Gold- Cud certificate of IndebUdneu Th E '% of Roaallnd Avenu Avenue 00' 0*" W a dlalanea of 40.000

CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) because the U.S. Su have finished lowest in the Bryant's total. water by 495 electoral votes to of 1M4 are In the ggregt Brtnclpal Caroline. Street feet to the P.C.Boutheaat of a curve con-
Beach BtreetChandler tote to the having a
A problem with an electrical preme Court's "one man one race." Burns, who has been on the 43." dated amount November of L 11000000.1M4. bear are I.. Street radius of 210000 feel and a central .

relay system In the booster vote" edict made the Florida Burns also said he had to campaign trail for six years and A Newsweek magazine poll of bred exceed at the a legal rt or rote rates of not lx to Booth Myrtle Avenue Street the arc angle of of said 096"06"curve thence 8818S aloof feet

rocket today forced a one-day plan clearly unconstitutional.Also campaign against the write-in has built what is believed to be 50 Washington correspondentsshowed centum l r<) per annum payable* per Rl4swoed Avenua thence on a radial line run N 8.1*

postponement of an attempt to killed by urban voting campaign for Mayor Robert the strongest organization in 49 predicting a Johnson .eml-annuilly of 11,000 are each In or the".000 dnmInatloa atehhereefter Ooeen Midway Boulevard Avenue M'feet;00"thane W a N distance I* 49:. of 41"119602 B a

launch the Mariner > spacecraft power was a plan to continue King High of Miami and "an three decades of Florida poll. victory. Their concensus gave Cu determined by the and you are hereby required to distance of 11.1171: thence N

taMan. Into the next century the current other candidate eliminated in tics, said he had already begun Johnson 454 electoral votes to 84 Chlrmn Commlnloner; of the. and Board mature of County_. other serve a pleadlna-copy of to your said newer complaint or M fat* 17'thine II" W S a S.distance 42' 41" W of 110000 a dli-

The launching was resche- method of distributing gasolinetax the Democratic primary and planning for the inaugural for Goldwater. Itlly In annual lntllmnt In o. PI.lnllff' .ttorne,. TOBIAS lance of 34JO feet, thane 8 M*
Buled for In the in the shadows." He said he has suiteIn World the amount of 1100.000 In each of SIMON :rcIQ., 235 .. 1:. I"lr.t IS' Sr': W a distance of JOS MI.
Thursday a period revenues among counties lurking lie reserved a U.S. News and Report the year IMS ot 19(4. both IBcluilve Street. Miami 12, Florida and to feet: thence 8 71* M' 06" W a .
between 1:22: p.m. and 3:17: p.m. -a system favoring the ru ; didn't elaborate. the Florldan Hotel In Talla said "all major Indicators now a more oomplt dorlpt- file the erlalnal of your anawer or lAnce ot 172114 feet to a point on
lon of uld Crtmcati other pleading i la tilt offloe of th. I a curve concave to the Northcaotbaviop
I of Ind.bt-
JEST). ral counties. Holley conceded defeat a] hassee. to a Johnson win.
point dne.. of 1M4 being contained In Click of thl. Court on or before a radios of 176000 feet .
the petition herein and exhibit i the Ttb day of December IOu IfTOU a central anile of 00* 26' 14'.
.. '
attached thereto fall to do ao.; judtment by thence from a tiniest biarlni of
DONE AND ORDERED: : at Ti.tueville default will be take affalnat you S 2** C4' 0*" E run 7334 feet on
___ ____ rw'--4.r ,j'"rr ,", .', r4 Florida this lad day ofNovember. for th* *"*' demanded In raid' the are ot IIld curve: thOre
7' I"I- : ..1''t ij"'' 1064.Vseear ompUnt along a radial lln. 9 10* M' II" W
- B. Canton DATED thla Ird day of Novamr. a dlitano of :900000 feet! themS -*
Judio o. the Circuit Court .. l ia Tltuavllle. Brvar4 M* 27' M" W a dlntince of 2V.
- of the Ninth Judicial Circuit County, Florida.CURTI II8t feet then. N .' 14' 40" B a
; .4 of Florida, In and for Br.. R. BARNES distance of 41421 feet: theno
yard County Florida. Clark. Circuit Court N B* 46' 11)" W a dtiUnc of 25.ou*
COt'RT REAL) t' B5Ttr.Co"Ill,. Florida t* C/L of Same Road, thenc
Nov. 4. 11. II (Wed.) 1M4. BYl V. I. Ipanelur' N ,* 14 40" K a dlionc et 251.
fllsth'is big: beautiful Deputy Clerk 1711 feet; thence N 0* 34' 40" E a
I bold J fCOTTRT tBAL) dlitano of 11050 feet to the
IN THE: CIRCT1T COURT OF OB1A! SIMON point of begtnalng. oatalnlnt
; THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Attorney for Plaintiff 14.t Aorei. mor* or .....
IN AND FOR BREVAKD: 22 l S. B. rirtt It.
Sr COUNTY. FLORIDA. Miami A:!. FloridaFR Iran a pared of land to bou
: IN CHANCERY NO. M4MMORTOAO T-4' TNov. ..d an a lift station *lt*. Suck
rniirrLOflCB t, II. 11 SI (Wad> 1M4.N areel! b lng described *. folio -


a United (tat*. THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT of ectloa *, Towmhlo n South.
65 is still corporation.Plalatlff, IN AND FOR BREVARDlOUNTT Rang* U But niB B O'W'JO": W
Mercury a imediumprice FLORIDA long tie East lln* of laid BE H
JOHN A. HARDIN and MAROIE: IN CHANCERY NO. SM TKOTICB a dlitenc of 112700 fi., thence
... HARDIN. his wife, and KI>- OF FOBBCLOICBE: N W 14' 40" W a dUtance of 3:11:
VI WIN C. CLEAVER and MARY AirCONTINENTAL : n. to the P. c. of a curve COBcv -
R. CLEAVER. Ill wife MORTGAGE IN. t* the NE having a radlu
.f..4..t..1 VETOR a Maaackuatt. Bua- of 17900 ft. and a central a....
NOtICE OF linT neon Trust of ll-M'tf't thn.*. along the
T** "" : S TOl EDWIN C. CLEAVER and I Plaintiff are of said curve 2MSR ft. to the
MARY R. CLEAVER. his Yl.. P. T.: thence N O'60'Sl" W a die-
wife ARCHER WARRINER OF lane of 2H8.3I ft., thenc N 20*
00'0. E a dIManc *f ooo ft. I*
Dandy Loon Road FLORIDA INC., a Florida corporation
car ; Rout L Box 143 I : FLORIDA MORTGAGE the Point of Beginning. RUB
: Torklo.'Irlll.la IS4M SECURITIES: COMPANY a theses S M'WZl" E a rilitano
You are hereby directed Ii cake. Florida corporaUoai' GARDEN: of IS ft; thence N 1O.09'3S" B a.
been filed I CONSTRUCTION COMPANY ai_.o* ot W ft.. thence N ..
8 ,, := Ii.t"t.: "t... Court Florida corporation: ARMAND a 6011" W a distaste of M ft.l
'S 5 The nature of the suit or ... F. ARCHER and MARTHA J. thence S30'09'3t": W a dIManc of
Inia, la Complaint for ARCHER. hi.. wife and HOMER 10 ft.: thence B ft'tutl": E a dl*.
The limousine look, the bigger, bolder lines, the elegant Interiors all say "luxury caf-butj';: : oi'mure ..r a ,, ,.*. Th-d.1 L, WARRINER: and MAROCERTK lance of It feet to the Point of Be-
of the Court In which ... : A. WARRINER. bin wife. .I..to.
(. fti the price tag says medium-price in a wonderful wayl! We've never offered so much: that's > t* ), Circuit Court of the Ninth IS HEREBY GIVEN M. end t*:

.5 i \Y: c and exciting at such a practical price I Totally new engineering! The finest riding car: in Ka fieMl) icial County.Circuit. Florida la. and la Chancery for .."tb'l urcuaat* of to FORECLOSURE a nMrnmary Final dated Dere Additional la this suit property liLt Involved

v 4 S More fine models to pick from More room I Longer wheelbase I Big new' performance: from 1\1491. The title *f the nit October 10, 1M4 and enured la I through M. WHISPERINO .
WEST HIDE FEDERAL Chancery Case N. lied, of the Circuit HILLS COUNTRY CLUB

_'' .. u t h.}; S, high-vigor V-8'sl A choice of roof styles! The finest selection of options' .'In our history( "Hi INO a United AND Bistro LOAN corporation. .AV'I Court la and of fee th*Brevard Ninth JudicialCircuit County, to WATER a prpod MMloa Baroardd X. according1 Plat

: ..:*;. S.S et; All this aqd more. in our Mercury: for'65 and we invite you to see It this weekt ,"1(1'I' / ; JOHN. HARDIN.A. HARDIN hit wife and] and MAROIEM EDWIN : Florida MORTGAGE. wberel fNvirronn CONTINENTAL a thereof the Public t* b Record* recorded e( BrevardCounty. among

.. S S" ,. : C. CLEAVER; and MAST ..............t.. ....._ Trout la Florida such, 9* lot
'. 'J : R. CLEAVER hi* Wife The ascription I ilalntlft and ARCHER A WARtINER being more particularly deeen -
S 5 of the real property and '. OF FLORIDA INC. a bed aa follow
*:mt > > equipment laTlv4 I. call pro Florida eorporatloat FLORIDA Prom the Nertkweet corner of
( 'i .> ScS v n. 't _din.. dearrihed la the Coatlalnt MORTOAOB A SECURITIE the SB H of Ktloa (. TownihlB
,' ,\' II aa followt COMPANY. a Florida rr .rtloni >* Booth Ring U Eaet. BreveriCounty.
Lot It, Block n. BOITTH PATRICK IARDEN. CONnTRUCTlON COM- Florida rue S M'1440" II
SHORES FIFTH SECTION .PANT a Florida corporatloniiHMAND along the North hoe of old SBS
1 aocordlnc to the plat A F. ARCHER and MAR. a dUt. of :111-II ft.: thence SS'I030"
< thereof lie recorded In Plat THA J. ARCHER lie. wife aid W perallel to th* West
1- Book It pale ... Public RM- NOM lilt L. WARRINER and Na. of oaM. KB H a 4lt of 911Mft
erda *f Brevard County, Flor. laROVEntTB A. W A IUUN It It. to the Point of Beginning
; '. ida. his wife, are defendant I From said P. O. B. eoallau S rTO"
Together with General Electric loll t. th* htckeot add beat .111'1 W a of 19000 fit
;t Remcerator Model No des for caeh et the East these S $ I''to-- B a diet: *t471M
TA HI VB Door of Brevard Couaty Court- ft to mntertln of Barua
I You are required I* file your hence In TtlMvlll. BravaHounty. Rd. theao S C34'40* W along
aaewer. with the Clerk *f la* Circuit Florloa, at U'H ftleek.M i said renterll a diet of 10MIV.
Court and nerve a totv thee,- >. oa the IMh day of K.vem- thence S 5'3444" W aloe
ef upon r Ium"II.C bet 1M4. tb* fllowln deacrtbedpreporty nail ctnterlln a *lrt. of J64.1T1ft.
whoee name an a* ret forth IB Said !um- theac S M'4450W a diet
PHARR ABNER a* Twahull andAbner wenT Final Deere tout of !*...*. II. than N ''I4'lO'a 'f:
Sun. 4**, New EntdBulldlat : Lota U throuch 4*. ncluMv dirt of 1:11.121: ft. Ihenc N M1
i Poet Office Sac :SIT. Slosh A) Lou I throuth U. IBeluilve. 26'3O" W a dirt of 551.757 fll
\ Winter Park. Florida at later Block B; Lota I thence N * : than the Ttk day If December.ho throwh L laeluetT. Block C; ...** ft. to th* P Co o, a Mrra
1164. aa rqntred 'y ..... or Lot. 1 throuth ,. Indeed,.. concave t* the Northeast karlac a
.... Decree Pt. C..r- will Sleek D Let. I
S : breach radius If MM ft end *a IBMIMcttoB
'!/ '. .,... '''' 1\
; : \ '''' '' '1 ho entered aralaot you laccuhiva Biera I, Lote aagi of M-nw: the a"
.. IN WITNESS WHCRtOF.: 1hav Ihronih 14. indiuM. ,.. Block from a laageal bearing *f N I**
hereunto eel my hand and F: Lot I Ihreufh U. IncluIv *. a." W run alaag th. are .,
':L .<',. '' !t" J.,. .,,,. l" .1'" Se nod at Tltuavllle. Hrevard County., *. Block 0: Lo<* I threuibH. Mid terre a diet of 4121 ft. tIthe
: .... :: .. II'1,1 FlorMa. this Srd aay of Novem Incluetv. Block H: Lola I FT thence N ftttar B 5

-_M ... A" ____..... 5 S C' '..,. ._ ,_ S.S ..._' .. S .... .4 S her A D 114.Cl'RTIf. R. BARNES alt through I* Bectlo M. lacliulvc 3. III lit 1"11'WOOD: diet B, a of dIM U.I1 of(I.:aafll. thence ft: S throne M-96I!*1**

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Honor Pythian District Sisters /LocaL/ Talent To Grace

Deputy At Meeting
Ai111 Netoa And Notes
,/ Tttusvllte Temple Pythian SI*

o NorfA Brevard tern held a regular meeting Oct. Stage In "My Fair Lady"IThis
28 at Castle Hall Highlight of
the evening was the preeentath'n
of Mrs Duey Smith District
Deputy, who made her official
visit Weekend And Next

She was presented a lovely
gift and the Degree Staff, under

Sidewalk Art Festival .' "" ----':-- '--- the direction of Mrs Iva Tin A )bright array of local talent formers: Elixa Doolittle, Gene untie Jones, Jane Poirier, Lol(
I nell, gave a very pretty and 1m. I will grace the stage of Tit,..- Putnam: Henry main, James Iy Jones, Marjorie Freed Sandy .
presslve drill and candlelight ville High School auditorium Rote: Mrs. Eynsford Hill I Springfield, Grace Smith, Elsie

Entries From Far Wide service when the Tttusville Junior Wotnan's Martha Farabee; Freddy Eyns Keller, Angela Hogan, JI I m
Grand Honors were given Mrs. Fair ford.Hill. John Hogan; Col. Pickering Dunbar, Bill Bellinger, Joe H-
Beatrice Nicholson, Grand Manger Club production "My John (Chapman: Al- rell, Morey Brlmer T. 0 Smith
Mrs. Jill FUnk chairman of Heinauer Brevard National Lady" is staged this weekend
: Mrs. Evelyn Freeman, Past fie Doollttle. Sheldon Brown, Eddie White and Paul Sullivan.
the Sidewalk Art Festival under Bank and Greater Pride Grand Manger: Mrs. Pauline and nextAccording Jamie Kt'nIorlon! : Mrs. This hard working group will

the sponsorship of the Indian In backing the festival He Pritchard and Mrs AgnesRogers to Sandy Goodkind, Pearce, Betty Kkld.: Mrs. Higgins be rehearsing every night this
River City Woman's Club's Fine merchants of the Indian River Past Grand Chiefs. JWC director, the casting Includes Jean Volley: week and have already spentan
Arts Dept and the Merchants Various committee chairmen the following capable unimaginable number of
Plaza Merchants Association per.
Association of the Indian River Lord and Lady Boxlngton,
gave reports. Mrs.'em>!n hours perfecting their lines,
plaza on Route 50, Is receiving are contributing to the prim Thomas gave a report that a Jack and Nonna Larks: Zoltan songs and cues
Artists from as far as Palm Bay, monies. The Eagle Dept Store Dessert Benefit Card Party Fish And Seafood Karpathy, Terry Terhune; Harry .

Maitland, Satellite Beach, and has presented a substantial j4'g would be held at Castle Hall I I School Set Nov 9 Warren Hccktcl; Mrs. Hopkins .
lots of local talent have already subscription, after attending the Nov SO Jan Van Horn; bartender, VISITS FRIENDS HERB

entered. Merchants Association meeting. + "" Refreshments of sandwiches, The Home Demonstration office George Mahan; Mrs Hlggtns' Mrs. Robert Johnson of Attala,
Three places will be awarded at which Mrs. FUnk was present maid. Linda Forbes; footman,
I cake, punch, coffee candy and announces a fish and sea- Ala, formerly of Tltusvli'e. was
cash Best of Show to discuss needs in the various Jim Luce: flower girl, Marjorle -
prizes: $100 I nuts were served from a table Food school to be held Monday, the weekend visitor of Mr and
Second Best of Show $50 and phases of the presentation. decorated in the Halloween motif Nov. t, from 10 a.m. until 12 Freed: queen, Martin Top Mrs Carl Jackson and o t h tr
Third Best of Show $25. and Thanks to the generous responseof k. I I
Hostesses for the evening noon at the Brevard County perThe friends in Whispering Hills and
honorable mentions will be ribbons the merchants, Mrs, FUnk I chorus Is made of Mi-
were Mrs. Sarah Pappy, chairman Agricultural Center 112$ West. up IRC area Mrs. Johnson! is now
Mrs. Carol Ahmie will be said, they would also have rash II Mrs. Louise Nc\ins. Mrs. King St., C)f.08. employed at the Missile Training .
,In charge of making and print. prizes for first place in the Doris Corbin, Mrs Viola Keller County Historical Office, Huntsvlllo Ala. ':".o
Ing these ribbons crafts division and 'second' and Mrs Evelyn Freeman and Mrs Home Economics teachers, also spent several days In Fort
Prize money has been donate third places will be ribbons.; Mattie Carllle. nutrition leaders, school lunch Commission To Pierce and St Cloud with relatives
ed by businessmen, businessesand The judges, Hal McIntosh and iL ( and restaurant operators will Meet from Kentucky and West
citizens Mrs. Flints David Reese are well known for Find this school most MondayThe
private ...\11IIII.1.: ..... -- Virginia, on a fishing trip
wishes to thank First Federal their magnificent .work all over East Coast DancersTo live and helpful for Inrorma'i Brevard County Hlstorl

Savings and Loan of Titusvlllc Florida and the entire country VIEWING NEW LINE Tricla Taylor, right is Dance FridayThe new Ideas on use of cal Commission will meet Monday -- ----
Handler and Kleinman U his. They will be' feted at a lunch seafoods! ,
shown as he views the 1965 line of "Bobbie Brooka"clothing even though quantityservice Nov 9. at 8 o'clock
per I n g Lakes Subdivision local business men and city officials now on display at the local Belk-Llndsey East Coast Dancers will ,i is not the emphasis, at the Rockledge Branch CourtHouse p.m. 37.\ '

George Barley, Inc., William J. will be present store at the Big Apple Shopping Center. Shown with hold their second square dime stated Mrs Sue B. Young, ( for all occasions

her is Bill Jewett Bobbie Brooks representative I of the season Friday, Nov. 8, at Homo Demonstration Agent Finest In Quality and
I I the Cocoa Armory with Vaughn All: members and interestedPTJOIS Dttlgn You Name Price!
Women Of St. Teresa's Hold MeetingThe Tricia is the Teenage Fashion Advisor at the local Reservations must be made
Parrbh of Boulder, Colo. call- are cordially Invited to
Belk-Lindsey store and described the new line as since attendance Is limiteaThU Florists
Catholic Women's Club I with the exception of Holy Orders ing, attend, said Circuit Clerk Curtis .
... .
"wonderful". When the above photo was taken the u s. i, so. :n n5WGNflSCIIZT '
of St Teresa's Church held Its will be said in >English. Vaughn and Jean Par- R. Barnes, secretary
regular monthly meeting Thurs Fr. Dominik Gullay Spiritual two were looking at the "Discotheque" look sweat- r I I. h have been calling: and I -i\ ....::
day, Oct. 29 with Mrs James Director, spoke on the ''Com. ers.-S-A Photo.World teaching since 1954, and he Is -:::--
Vevera, President presiding munion of Saints; which is commemorated a full time professional culler : "\ -11-
The meeting was opened with the month of November The Parrlshes have worked festivals
prayer led by Father John B Community Day and open dances In Almost I. ,"I'll.Bible \ '
O'Hare, Pastor Miss Grace every part of the United
The various committee heads U commandment,
States and Canada. my
Young of our Saviour's Parish,
Cocoa Beach, president of The gave their reports. A springhat Vaughn Is also a Blue Star Recording that ye love one another, even JnA nJN.8 I! tf((
sale will be held In I have loud
Confraternity of Christian Doctrine April. Observation Set Nov. 6 artist, and was half of M you.
Mrs. Joan Harris was appointed -John( Hill. ft'G GG Etch PriKlllt I WsI
spoke on "As baptizedand the calling team for the 1964 National a : lht.Mrl|
yearbook chairman and 4s work When follow Jeiui' r t diamond U carefully
confirmed Catholics we are I Knothead Jamboree in wt example y MI to
called to be helpers in the workof ing hard- to prepare a yearbookto World Community Day will he Women in North Brevard at September held In YellowstonePark we arc filled with love ,-; meal cipiure fltry her brtllUnct.hurt her You lave'U

the Church. The CCD under be given to each member at observed by the United Church a 10 a.m. Coffee Hour In the -to much 10 that w* express fore,.. with this .1.....
the direction of the priest direc the December meeting. First Methodist Church of Indian All square dancers In the area understanding forgivenen brld.1 ._mltt.. 'I"

tor Is the best means by which The December meeting will bea Reception Honors River City on Nov. 8. are invited to attend this dance. and handle every litun

our help is directed and t h u s Christmas party,with the officers Anchor MembersA The Rev Robert Waddell will Advance tickets may be pur. lion and circumstance with Jay Bee Jewelers
fulfill our apostolic responsibil acting u hostesses. Each tell of the ministry to migrants chased from John and D o n n a love.
ities. member Is asked to bring a gift I will the Day who are the representativesfrom
reception was held in the TI. and the offering go to MIMIIR INDIAN RIVIR PLAZA
to exchange The Buyers Bar- Christmas Fund. the Titusville Twirl- I. R. C. M7JIW
"Everyone of us Is different tusvllle High School cafeterialast I Migrant -
gain Shop tow has a phone, Thursday for the new Anchor An invitation is extended to A.Way.. .
of has his - -
everyone us particular -
267-4874, and anyone having articles members all church women to attend.
way Each one of us have which can be used are asked
opportunities, that no one else to call this number.and pickup The reception began with devotions FIRST TRY FREDRICKSYOUR
Mrs. Smith A HattieFutch
will have This is God plan for will be arranged. given by Sgt.
short welcoming speech was
each one of us to attain etern Wins Promotion
Ity. We must be responsive instruments A Deanery Meeting will be given by the president, Donna FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE
held In Plaza, Orlando Parker.
which b I Cherry Hattie Belle Futch,
through awork Sgt
can be accomplished. acting as host Father Charles Next, some of the members daughter of Mrs Mamie Futch

"In the Six sections of the confraternity Spellman will be the speakerand gave short skits which showed> of Titusville, has recently been . ..,
-- ----
what the Anchor Club did last the rank of Staff "
we have an opportunity anyone Interested in attending I promoted to
to do the work for which we is asked to call Mrs, James year for its projects I Sergeant at Pams! Island, S.C., SELL OUTI'
are best qualified. The schoolof Vevera. The creed and the club song I where she Is stationed with the : LADIES TfD soils
REPt4 riS "LAMIfl
religion with its need of ded- followed, which came from U.S. Marines. SWEAT SKIRTS
icated individuals offers a constant Don t forget the big carnival beautiful green and gold pamphlets I I :. .
opportunity to those who which is being held on St:; Teresa given to all the members. : $ 97
0 11Gmpw 14Au'
5 e
a school ground Nov. 6,7
would apply themselves to the Cake and punch was
efforts of Chrtbtlike formation of and 8. A 1965 Dodge Dart and a after the reception. at 1.5' 00 .". It" SALE
two will be C.lorl sU
Nassau trip for
the child The new members brought In
awarded to the lucky winners. A Johnnie 'For Saner end flog
were Judy Ashley.
"As a helper you can promote variety of rides and booths will. Bamhill, Joyce Bartlett, Bon I H.ir Care ,, : '
CCD work by writing news articles provide entertainment for all nle Bouffard, Trudy Milokky ::_:. :-::. ..,_.";"T: ;;,:: ; +. --."
typing, baby sitting, or as- Refreshments cider,. cake i Leslie Hogue, Diane Leonard, Raymond'sBEAUTYLOUNGI : 1 LADIES LAMINATED (OATS
sisting on telephone com and doughnuts.were served froma Marilyn Locklin, Rosa Lee Martin .
mittees. The dynamo of the confraternity table decorated in the Halloween II Pat Matheney, Kathy LUR ONE WEEK ONLYI !II
are the fishers. They motif Hostesses wet. Mrs gle, Susan Treadway Paula I I. R, ILAZAlualtu M,..', Th.rm.IKnlt I Hil i Sale I Priced.-w$10.97; $
are the ones who will spearheadthe
Rita Collars, Mrs. Jane I Evans, and honorary member!
parish inquiry Instructions, Rose and Mrs. Blanch ,Shlnv I elgn exchange student The DRAWERS 6. SHIRTS $1 III SCAT I e S47
make initial contacts which will !
hock The door prize'was won !new Admiral brought in was collAR ;; r !
start pumping life into the parish SALE ;
by Mrs Jane Hamilton Guests I Chris Broyles .._-- -- _,
at the meeting were Mrs. Michael s
The Parent Educator sectionof Sweda:, Mrs. Dick Graven, .
the Confraternity visit the Mrs. Max Warren, Mrs. Tom - ; LADIES FLANNEL GOWNS\

parents of new born babies to Martin Mrs. Claude Touchette, INDIAN RIVER REXALL DRUGS Men W. JACKET 5.
assist them In aclimatlng the Mrs. Manuel Enos, Mrs Paul I III rang I else. 10.12
child to a Catholic atmosphere Rutz, Mrs Bob Young, Mrs. "HP" PLAZA RT. SO INDIAN RIVER CITY Lined Wrangler JACKET 6.99 R.euba' 2.n $X.1 1 19 9
The Apostles of Good "W 111, under Charles Harris, 'Mrs. Donald
the Priests direction, can Mayer, and Mrs. Walter Bennett III Mens Wrangler SHIRT 3.99 I Sin., 42'-.4l S1 89

act In this missionary capacity Ill Men's Wrangler JEANS 3.97 I _""h' I."
and increase the laborers among I
Mrs.IIUam PhlUipp made a CANOE '
well disposed people who : ..ice r
need only a friendly invitation. beautiful Advent wreath of ever- II I

Your sacrifices, your work, your greens, in which three purple [ TODDLEPS DRESSES
determination to follow through candies and one pink were placed Men* Laminated w.......
with the work that has to be and a huge purple satin bow 100%! Cerlen, Site* 1.)
done, will benefit your neigh. complimenting the arrangementThe NYLON JACKETS Yellew, Plnh' Oreen J I
members were Informed Cem.ere!
bor, your parish and yourself. 00
as to how one of these Au' Calera el Itt $1
Show love with all you've got,
through your parish confraternity wreaths Could be made for the site U-44 $897"": SALE Y

Advent season, and typewritten Cempere of 10" I. .. = -,, _',. ,. .
Instructions given! to each woman Fredrick'* PrUeCOTTON : -' ; .l;

Fr. 0'Rare. who had just returned present

from a priest retreat at I
; 1"1 Weth 'N Weer Cetten
!informed the -I. ::.jJfil :
St. Augustine =? I

Mass group would that starting be said Nov.facing 29, the the FLOWERS .r FRAN M.n's100% LONG SLEEVE SHIRTS

parishioners Many parts of the "Notlceebly Superler" A'tl 11ree1t.4e'
Mass win be said In English M..W.i rtertrt. 1'." D."..r SLACKSXT Reivler I 1M
in with lilt Cerden $'. 271135 89c
with the faithful joining I SALE
All Sacraments ?? ,
the responses. $200
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Why must telephone numbers usable exchange codes in each more creasing the number of central :
be dialing area rather than the MO A-Avoids dialing errors caused I offices in each dialing area.
with centra' office names exchanges of the previous system by confusion of the letter"0" In the future ANC will help WHERE YOU KNOWYOU'RE
Changed to all numbers'There and almost half again for the numeral zero and the eliminate a barrier to International .
are several l reewms as many telephone numbers. letter "I" for the numeral one. dialing. Numerals are
Why, but the man reason to the The switch to aU numbers, besides -eliminates the misunderstanding -1 common to most language and
tame reason WhICh' made nec being a necessary of central office names most phone dials, but alphabets
essary earlier changes In telephone change, offers several immediate passed on orally- sound-alikes and the way letters appear on ; : APPRECIATED!
numbers GROWTH and long-range customer advantages I such as Mitchell and MUtuaL dials vary consIderably. Overseas .
The number of -phones In operators already are dial
the U.S. and t:'nrdn! has Increased Studies show that ANC: I. -permits smaller telephoneswith ing directly telephones in several .
smaller dials or pushbut.tons : European countries in a first
by 60 per cent in the -makes dialing faster when
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decade. Today there are customers concentrate on
past can ,
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ton, and twice that many are the number of dial. when letters Is a necessary change to meet .at ;I
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expected to be in service by ing errors caused by the misspelling not used the expanding need for : t't. 11
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growth as dialing I' -enables customers to ward-looking change which will
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letter, 5-nurnber system within and SI Instead of SY in SYca- .
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Firm Western IcebergLettuce 1hdl.
: 'e sts (with ribs) lb. 59c
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Krotti Cr.chnrerrel! Stick Style / p
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Tampa firm was low bidder this fall as a result of a hurricane processing the county tax roH
here Friday afternoon for at the end of the third reporting Approved the purchase: of a Right reserved to limit quantities,
Construction of three new buildIngs period, the date to be t0-acre school site In South Merrill
at Brevard Junior College announced later. Island at a price of $3,300 don't
which will allow the college Head a letter from Tax Assessor per acre. We
to double daytime enrollment Clark Maxwell, thanking Set reclpt of bids on the Her- coulD FIHTER$ like to point FRIDAY SPECIAL!
and offer many new courses the board for cooperation in rit Island High School at 4 pm. rM. '
the use of the data processing Nov. 18 and the South Lake Ele ..but may we .
Work is expected to start equipment at BJC, which Max mentary School and additions to SHRIMP NEWBURG .
Within 10 days, with completion well said cost $262 instead of an Mimi Elementary School at 4 point with pride With crisp' S Itime/ Totted .
scheduled for mid July, 1965, in estimated 84,000 In rental for 1 p.m. Dec. 1. p 9reen. with_ choice' of drewlng. '
time for the August 12 openIng 0" -"r courteous R ""
of the fall trimester.The Stuffed
new complex will Included Children's Home CUTTER ,eople FILLET OF FLOUNDER
28,000 square foot library, a Society r Hushpuppbe Can Breed!' Cole S'.w' Hof 95 (
20,000 square foot technical lab imY SERVE Ta or CoHu

building physical and education a 27,000 building.square foot Opens Daytona Beach OfficeBrevard i : YOU Will!.

BJC current enrollment is I,-
724 with more than 1,200 attending County residents Interested Caseworkers with Mrs. Anopol
daytime classes. The three in adoption may now are Miss Eva Martin Bullock, AHEFRIN ANEFRIN FREE! Rain Bonnet' 1.23
stew buildings will more than contact the newly opened Daytona ACSW, and Mrs. Yvonne Me-
double the present facilities and Beach office of the Chil Cutcheon, MSW, DaytonaBeach.
LOZENGES1iBSr57c with White Rain
enable the college to reduce the dren's Home Society of Florida. 2/24/ Duo! BUFFERIN

number of portable classroombuildings The office was opened this t GIS Is the largest, private HAIR SPRAY "
t now being occupied week the 61 old, $uat&nedaction
by -year- statewide adoption agency in Florida. Its TABLETS
from about 28 to 14. adoption agency and is located steady growth Is illustrated by ccspsuhs for day : ''t'uryllalcrear&
The new buildings will enable in the Diplomatic Center, the more than 700 children It and nice r.Sefl .. cltan. Regular orxfra
the college to offer new coursesin South Tower, 100 Seabreeze will have found permanent ;156 Twin rack. holding. 14-oz. 19 w-'
nursing, optics, mechanical Blvd. homes for la 1964, making It With Ho'-' drafting and design, electronics, of the 7C
one largest private Keller MouthwashyiyiCaftsaysttAttWL R'" 1.49
Industrial electricity, beating Simultaneously, a new divisionof adoption agencies In the U.S. In 73 100
and air CHS is formed termedthe f981
conditioning, etc. being
this division over 50 babies will
North Coastal Division. ELECTRIC
The new technical building Counties in the division are Bre have been placed with their Limit J Jin
will house nine laboratories. adoptive parents this year, the
vard, Volusla, Flagler and Put- > i
The bid was about 200,000 under nam. Residents of these counties largest percentage in Brevard PQc HEAT PAD
and Volusia Counties. ANTIHISTAMINE
the 'predicted cost of the have formerly worked 29c VAL
Structures. through the Jacksonville office Mrs. Anopol stressed that she ,sup' M
Also on Friday the board of the society. They will now be and her staff are now ready to ANEFIllNT*> ( ,1i1Y0 cold symptoms J ISOPROPYL
approved plans for expanded served from the Daytona Beach give quick, expert service to natural ply vitamin C to help build up r.Astanc..11'a. 3.95 $ 7 7d.
parking space, under a program 2
location. .
parents planning adoptionfor
approved by the State Road Department their expectant child, to the VALUEVAPORIZER A t, c o N o l
for expending $26,000on Mrs. Eva J. Anopol, ACSW, division babies and children taken into $1.69 SPRAY nRUBBINC
the campus. BJC is one of director, Harbor Oaks,ex custody for subsequent adoptionand
four in this Is the 10th office
Junior colleges Florida plalned to couples desiring to adopt."Long
receiving this money, primarily now in operation around the waits to receive a baby MENtlENAnofrlnm.dlcat.ddecO:1oo c
through the cooperation of SRO state. Creating new divisions front us are in the past," she
member Max Brewer of Titus. and offices in strategic areas of said. "Most of
our couples receive
Vllle. Florida Is of the SKIN BRACER
part society's their child within six : :
The board agreed to "pick up master plan to bring its professional months of their application." gCltant room spray fight 8ge eaK..w
the tab" for the remainder of adoption services closer to colds S vIrus through air '
the cost of the project, total the parents and babies served. By the first of the year a youbr.athlI11-oz.con- *
cost of which was estimated at Other offices are in Jackson. board of directors for this division .
$35,000. ville, state headquarters, Miami with members representing 79c 5 7 C:
Also during Friday's session, St. Petersburg, Pensacola, each of the four counties, SIZE
the board: Tallahassee, Lakeland, Orlando, will be appointed. This board
Said that students and teachers W, Palm Beach and Ocala witha will be responsible for overseeing I
would "make up" a day lost unit office In Fort Lauderdale. the operation of the division. PALMOLIVESOAP
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Decker ReElectedTo and Bandy Smith. Boone; Program Mttirtolg, ........ Thfe. stale, wffl go WED. SPEND LESS GET MORE
FDIAI Refreshments of oaokies, can Mrs. W. W. James: Student ""'aPd the purchase ef camp- THURS.
Board .
dies, punch and ke-eream were work, Mrs Pete Ifaitnos: lag egalpmeat. Members Of tills
Ralph Decker director! of Bee- served. Children's Work, Mrs Millard troop who did not help In delivering
ords and Identification Dept for Hill; Youth Work Mr*. Robert handbills are not eligible FRI.
the Brevard County Sheriffs Department PmbytwlM Meeting Webber; Supply Work. Mrs. te go on the forth-mmtng. QUALITY MEAl
wirf re-elected to the A Missionary to Formosa will Donald Daniels: and Nomination Camporee. Only a few boys failed
board of directors of tile Florida speak at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cromwell. to help. SAT.
Division of the International Mrs. J. HUlls 295 Key Largo The WS.C.S meets the first TOI'IHeard, John Heard,
Association of Identification at Drive, on Thursday, Nov. I at Tuesday In each month at the Butch" Kimmerling David I
their annual meeting which was 7:30: p.m. He is the Rev. Richard church with the executive committee Champion, Kenneth McCallister
held last weekend in Tampa. B. Gaffin, a missionary of in session at 9'30: a.m. and Perry Conrad had a council .I' 1 p Tilusville Shopping Center
the Orthodox PresbyterianChurch and the general meeting beginning meeting about the Compass
who, accompanied by at 10.30.Troop : Project at the Camporee. David Washington Ave. Titusville
I.R.C. NEWSContinued his wife Is speaking at Church I Champion is going to draw a ,
es of the Orthodox Presbyter. No. 371, Boy Scouts diagram of a Pathfinder Com
Ian denomination.The Troop No. 370, Boy Scouts of ,pass. Butch Kimmerling Is goIng
From Page Sand children will have their America, held its regular weekly to ask Glen Archer to printup BOYS & GIRLS DELUXE
two copper pictures by Bible Study at 5:00: p.m. the meeting last Monday eve copies of a compass bearing
>Irs. Anita Smith. same date, at 270 Key Madeira ning at the Methodist Church. course.
Mrs. Currey will conduct workshops Drive when Mrs. Griffin will The meeting was opened by John Woods discussed with I I
in plastic art at the Agricultural talk to the children and tell Butch Kimmerling. the boys what they would needon BICYCLES
Ceater. Cocoa on them of some of their missionary In handling items of business $3995COMPLETE
the Camporee and gave them
the boys were reminded of their
Nov. ,
Friday. } from J.OO: am.
till !:00 p.mi. and on Friday are now serving in the stamps for the tents. As the I II a list of necessary items. He
Nov. 13 again at Cocoa for the City of Taichung In West-Cent. I last meeting of this troop, they,helped the boys plan their WITH LIGHT AND
making of reed bird cages. ral Taiwan (Formosa). A cordial I received 16200 for delivering'menu for the Camporee. I a LUGGAGE CARRIER
invitation is extended to the .
Members of the IRC Borne.maker's public to hear these missionaries LAYAWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS
Curb present were: tell of their work.
Mrs. Ethel Currey. Mrs. Muriel

Graham, Mrs. Anita Smith, Christening PartyA n>R e I.. nv . .
Mrs. Eva Bobo and Mrs. Lillian ill' "POPULAR BRANDS" CARTONS \
Karberg. Christening Party was heldat

Charles the home Williams of Mr., for and their Mrs. REGULARS KING SIZE FILTERCIGARETTES _

young son, Angus Edwin, who
Den S Hilda Meeting was baptized at St. Gabriel's
Den 5 of Cub Pack No. 310 Episcopal Church during the
held its regular meeting last 10:00: am. service last Sunday. $249 i
Wednesday afternoon. In ad. Guests attending were: Mr ,
dition to regular business, the and Mrs. Charles E. Williams (Limit, One With Your $5.00. .r more Food Order, '1....) +/,'
boys were taken on a short of Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. Orel QUANTITY'S
hike by their Den Mother, Dee Orvis and children, Dlgton, .

McCafferty; with assistance by Bradley, Laurie and Andrea, RIGHTS RESERVED _._...... ..... .
Steve 1'tnklns. Den Chief. Nat. /1't
Father and Mrs. Sumner Ferguson OILIAJI '
tire, wild animal tracksnd Mr and Mrs. Lewis Nor. jbu{ erXira I HOUSE PAINT 9698CONi.N /
Nut Trees were the object of the dan and Mrs. Alyce Simmons.W. < TMUI MlleiW SLICED
I* {Ill MIMIHO ovn ItUf Breakfast
The Cubs attending were Ceo S. C. $. Meets ) ere MINT
rge Boone, Tommv Corbln. Ric "Sharing Basic Freedoms"was Hir ron CtUNIMOw pool rtrrMeUUNT FANCY "WESTERN"t
key McCafferty. James Moran the subject of discussionat M / M COY/I.N AVSTT '
and Scott McAllister. They all last Tuesday's meeting of e rm uu, ON IITIIKX BACON
fame home fre and thirsty, the Women's Society of Chris- h A1.1e M.r WOO MITAVOIMAMNI'KJUUM .t 1 pTaa tNt
and so Scott McCall'ster furnished tian Service of the Indian River Steak Sale JiLb. ;
cokes and cookies as re City Methodist Church. The
freshments. meeting began at 10:30: am. MARY CARTIR 1
with Mrs. James Hook in U', Interior 2nd OAUFREE
charge of the 39c.
Christian Cadets Executive Officers program.of theID64196S gUl 0 10.11..;... ..nt.....MillltN ..... .
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Wheeler, President; Mrs. Char. w..a.AI.
and girls of the Junior Youth J a painty .n.r Buy '
Croup of the Christian' and Misfclonary -I les Hecklemoser Vuce-Presl I a. to mfflTwith
brute *r First Gallon "TARNOW"
Alliance held dent; Mrs. Thomas Futch Secretary .
a Halloween party Church last Friday and Mrs. Perry Cain, ;.'.I.I".I.; : ... "t Only I
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nine children were present and ..... Ronnd
enjoyed a variety of games and committees appointed by the Oe..:. :: Gal. l'.
lOngs. President are: Promotion, Mrs. IE1ERS '
Zack Crumpton; Spiritual Life,
Four received prizes for their Mrs. Thomas Jackson, Mission. MARY CARTER PAINTS SirloinW 59
costumes, which kept them unIdentified ary Education, Mrs, Kenneth 120L
for the first ten min. Ahmie; Christian Social Relations 404 Main Street AM 7-0731 3 PKGS. -OR- I I99c
utes of the party. They were Mrs. Hook; Local
Robert Preston, Steve, Dennis Church Activities, Mrs. Kenneth
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hM H TlruivllU (Florid) Star Adveee M WedmAdar, Novtmbcr 4, 114

I t Terriers Take A Week Off I People Getting Wrong

Many things have happened pear to be a dominating factorin tering last year's mark considerably

during the tint seven weeks of the games left. which ended in a 5+1. N Y Mets
football season that probably no Not since the Sanford lid lifting But, there's no telling how Idea About
local sports fan ever anticipated opener has the Terriers the Terriers might have falred
started a game with the same had they kept all 11 first string
First of all, the Terriers of TI. offensive and defensive unit. To players out of the doctor's of- Sports fans, believing the New I
tusvilte, now taking a week off date, the Injuries have playedthe flee York Mets are looking to locatein

from the gridiron Warts, w ere leading role for Titusville, Coach John Gaines played last this city, or hearing another I Fire Kills 32
favored by some to win the now accounting seven games week's game at Eau Gallic witha report that this was erroneous t
Brevard County Championship with three wins two losses and bunch of crips It's been that and a farm club was lookingfor M (,
for the first time In many years. two ties. way since the season began, and a home In Titusville, is not Horses In Barn

But, one defeat and a tie has Playing one of the toughest unless the injured are well true, according to Don Searle.
virtually eliminated the Ter. schedules in several years bas by next week, they'11 be play. Searle, president of the Titus At MarylandLAUREL
relrs from top ranking among not helped matters In the least. ing minus three first stringers. ville Committee of 100, said (people
Brevard's "big six" and the y For the moment, the Terriersare John Gaines, Terrier head have become contused about
have taken a back seat to Cocoa taking a week off, giving injuries Coach, his assistants, Mor- the discussion from a major. :Md. (AP) An
and Satellite, the two leaders in an opportunity to heal roil Bailey, line coach, Larry league baseball operation in Titusvllle estimated 32 horses were destroyed
the county pennant race. maybe throw in another offense Monhollon, backfield coach and Tuesday night when fire
While Cocoa and Satellite battle to confuse opponents, alter a JV coaches Dick Gadapee and "Through the offices of t h e swept a, barn at Laurel Race

to keep on top, Tltusville\ defense, make adjustments and Floyd Davis, were counting on Florida Development Commission Course, scene of next weeks
fights to keep first string players analyze what has happened and injuries, but not that many. we have been approachedwith Washington, D healthy enough to finish out contemplate on Seabreeze, Satellite Against Satellite In the season the idea of determining the Laurel,spokesman said all
the three games remaining on and DeLand, the last three finale, the Terriers will face one Interest of this community In of the International entries, '
the schedule. obstacles on the schedules. of the hardest teams, depth anyone of a number of major including American horses Kel-

Injuries have been the sourceof The best record Titusville wise, since Sanford and Colonial league baseball operations In so and Gun Bow, were reported
Tltusvllle's trouble, and ap could finish with is a 6-2.2, bet this community. This could be [ jj. safe
for the 1065 1964
year or even The spokesman said some 50
1967 As Bob
explained by to 55 horses were quartered in
Groves, of the Development PRESENTED TROPHY-Bill Nevin, President of barn No. 21, where the fire

Commission, the major league Citizens Bank is receiving a trophy from City Recrea started about 8:20: p,m.
DrawiE19 Held To Determine clubs are now anxious to p a I 11 tion Director Jack Miller Citrens:: Bank team won Earl Shipley, .,assistant chiefof
their farm clubs In under their
last summer's fast-pitch Softball league' championship the Jessup, Mi, Fire Department
wings and have their training
operations for both the major going the entire second half of the season with ore ofJO which respondedto
league clubs and the farm club only one defeat. Also pictured:: is Dave Rogers, left, the alarm with some 100 firemen

Public Hunt Pates On Mar 0 at the same home base. manager of the Citizens Bank team' and" right, Jim been,counted said! 32 Bead' horses had
Carlile-S-A Photo
"As a starter, it was proposed .
that Titusville could acceptthe :
Dates for the public waterfowl farm clubs of the New York ments and might even take care merchants and suppliers and although that were covered in the com-

7. hunting allowed on the :Merritt Mets and possibly in > few of all the cost. the full economic impact pieta discussion. They are not
Island National Wildlife Refuge years, if we desired, pull in the ((3) Titusville has one of the of such an operation, Is some- making any demands on the
parent team. most active Little League organizations what Intangible it would be a city, and we are not trying' to
were decided at a public draw. "I think it should be known to in the south. This plus factor for the business community bull our way through without everyone
i% ing Monday morning at Citizen the public why we were Interested would make it possible to hold knowing all the pros and
Bank Community Room. in this discussion in the state and regional Little cons of this program Me feel 1
: Present were a few interested first place. Titusville, with Its League tournaments in Titus (7) If sucn a track of Jar: Is nat all suet: propositions sho'Jdbe
rapid population expansion, is ville. available for this purpose or can fully, explored and It is for
sportsmen, NASA officials and desperately in need of larger In efforts be made available, it could provide this reason that we showed the
((4)) our bring
Curtis Wilson, manager of the and better recreational facilities dustrlal a modern, up-to-date, well interest we did In preparingthis
organizations into this
Merritt Island Refuge. for its youth. area, one of the prime requisite supervised central recreationarea citizens conference with the
The dates, determined by By building the needed facilities Is adequate recreation facilitles with.modem facilities Florida Development Commission
which would be an asset to this
for the training of farm .
hunters who wrote to the department for employee's children. .
clubs, the city would reap certainly community; "Committees will be appointed
asking for certain This we do not haveat
many benefits. the present time. Continuing\ Searle said, I to fully study and evaluatethe
hunting periods, were distributed ((1)) Except for a period of This "These were 'the many details\ offer," Searle said.4.o .
((5)) would enable Titus
on a drawing basis. about four to six weeks, the entire
could be used vie, at some future date if it
Some dates are still available facility
by the citizens of this community so desired, to pull in the parent
during anytime after the open. major league club the New
rr' ing week of hunting, following ((2)) The lease payment for these York Mets, or whomever we
Nov. 25: According to a reliable facilities would materially aid in might secure. i

source, hunting dates are open paying for the total improve- (8)) This would benefit local
the middle
cember. / I

tt'p Wilson said, 75 hunters will be

I, Issued dally permits to hunt migratory VOLKSWAGENRepair

game at designated R@SFTRUSSES
hunting blinds inside the refuge
-4L five days a week, excluding
Sunday and Monday. Huntingwill and Services
y \ be allowed from sunup until -
noon. The permits will be Issued I

; at the Security Gate, east i irifilusvilleal.
r of Titusville causeway. .
ti 4'
ln rrA Three hunters will be permitted As01s54slasllyd Iwlw Mssllsr lMMw

to hunt in each of the 25 con. Largest t.#* T.... ".. ..rf.aH.f ......
structed blinds, which are three BRU'CE'S'AMERICAN
feet wide, four feet high and
eight feet long. Various camo- PANNING LUMBER CO.

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Hunters will be notified sometime I PHONE 267.68M TRAINED MECHANIC ON DUTY!
i this week, if they received
their requested hunting dates.

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DEMONSTRATE DUCK BLINDS- waterfowl hunt Nov. 29.: The blindsare v n act

Curtis Wilsonmanager of the Merritt three feet wide, 8 feet long and 4
I Island National Wildlife Refuge and feet high and will accomodate a maxi

4 assistant manager Tom Bond, (stand. mum of three people. Some 75: huntersare

ing) are trying out one of the 25 department allowed to hunt the area daily, five

': constructed duck blinds days a week. Various camoflauging
: which will be placed at strategic points material will be added to hide the

throughout the island for the public blinds-S-A Photo.

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JaaM Arn No...t tronSrVa ... W I .:HIcb: ., WMt""d1Y141111 tome, B.l.a CoffK PI* Cue 10..H 1 11>HTk pier,testier than ever, spanking new for*65. 'of any Ui-built convertible wagon, 2-door*
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/ Nail, Bank II 111 Spectacular newengineoption:135-hpTorqua on

1 Team Bre.dlove'1'l .. / Teaaee 1114 11\10 \ I Command 6 that comes oa Lie an 8-caves suggested retail prices. See tie spectacular
w,1Drlllllli\ 14 14 I Lineman of the Week I
Ao CI....... .. 13 IS {as as only a Rambler can-one of three en* new Americans at your Rafhbtr dealer.

shoot: Movlnc UK UHU Fine choices for 65 in the Economy King; American Motort-Dedicated A Excellence
i Or THE ASSOCIATED PRESS single-game Purdue record and
e i.oasSavings M New like console floor shifts,
end earned the from South sporty options
*..n> :. I 10 Bob Hadrlck, Purdue Junior
Tam Ki...r La!''I..I* 11 11 voted the most valuable playerin Bend. Ind., the nod in the weekly wire wheel covers Airliner Reclining bucket RAMBLER 65
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Torcb Huttoa clue..oolalreS 111 I the Boilermakers' victory voting by sports writers and Spectacular new engine Sensible best economy seats Even more extra-value features than AnnVkuador:Lariat and Pinea. New Rambled

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Individual I4in*< Butch Associated Press foot-) and weighs 190 pounds,
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Jllib IltdlYlduai1' Butch lladrkk caught eight passes, to catch only eight more

:: anr..r.501.BIp Isaa l'a DI". ,T.m, No. B, one for a touchdown, in the 24-14 I passes to set a Purdue season CANAVERAL RAMBLER INC. 1351 i HOPKINS AVE. !

It 167.lylli tsar airless Tam No. .. triumph last Saturday that kept i record and he may get them : ,
.t". Purdue tied with Ohio State for against Michigan! State on Sat.
: 1
Tom 5' "e lAo' I Watch the Danay K.T. Show on CBS.TV. WtdiMtdty Evwlas .
Tram Tom Jf he J.1 'v' : the lead in the Big Ten It set a urday.

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Buffalo Is Undefeated Drag Strips I

Have Best Attack In AFL Plan unorthodox match race RacesAn be- .

twern Tltusvllle's Bob Whiting
NEW YORK (AP) The The Oakland Raiders are first ed only 2,134-yards In eight '
B' Fuel and the
Buffalo Bills, whose Idea of how: In passing offense with 2,170 games 632 by rushing and 1,. Dragster Enyart AddedTo
to play football to grind It out yards on in completions, averaging 502 by passing for an overall r Lone Ranger, a superstock Plymouth
m.2 yards a game. That average of 2687 yards per IkA1. lit t ; mill feature Sundays
but don't give out
anything are gives them second in total of. game. They're first all the way events at Valkarla Dragway.
the only undefeated and untied fense with a Mil yards per In addition, the Bills have been ; A91 The strip is sponsored by the LL
team in pro football The American : game. penalized only 23 times for 233 Brevard County Recreation Department
Football League's statistics' On defense Buffalo has )'ield. yards, another No. 1 figure. and located South of
show why. Melbourne off highway U.S. 1. Of Fame List

In the team offense and defense According to Lyle Lathe strip
figures released today, the Southern Belles Take First manager the rare will be of I TltusviTte Little League
Bills are No 1 In all but one of type possibly never held at Val added another athlete to
karla Its "Han of Fame" last
the major categories and a
good second In that one. In City Powder Puff League Whiting who drives the "B" week during meeting of
With big Cookie Gilchrist Fueler, capable of reaching the board.
o ,
showing the way, Buffalo has Southern Belles won the 1964 Valentasls led the win speeds over 170 will start hi.I Terry Enyart, IS year
the best AFL attack dragster from the usual start. old son of Mr, and Mrs.
running Inert I with two
Monday night a .
Ladies Powder Puff Champion-
185.1 itM ing line The Lone Ranger superstock Toby Enyart 1M2 Titus
averaging yards per game and slammer
runs, a grand
and 4.5 yards per attempt. Add ship this week by easily downing Jean Tackett, Mary Chapman will start 100 feet behind Ave., and a Ninth Graderat
to the 1,326 yards the Bills have the Butterfingers, 174 at and Becky Berroyer each the starting line. The strip flat Parkway Junior High,
gained by rushing, a total of !,. Sand Point. hit four for four. I man Brat signals the superstockto was voted In the HaD due
begin his quarter mile mn to his outstanding. abilities -
980 yards on 102 completed Estelle Ronomaa closed out
The Southern Belles
picked up then, when he to the start.
and you get 3,309 yards the season with an 8-0 record displayed last week.
passes 17 runs on 20 hits and made four I ing line Whiting will take off in
and an impressive average of and allowed only five hits in the while the Butterfingers The League decided
errors : the B fuel dragster
413<< .2 slow since the 1963 season was
per game pitch game. were held to eight runs on five "In other words," Lathe said, the first year for sanctioned
hits and six errors. I "The Lone Ranger, one of the Little League In TI-
Playing for the team was fastest superstock can In t h t 11 tusvllle, they would begin\
I Jean Taukctt who led the squad area, Mill get a running head the Han of Fame from
with 19 hits for the season anda start on the fuel dragster"Seminole the same year

.633 batting average; Mary Timing Association The Senior Dlvisloa was
Chapman, S36; Becky Berroyer, j N a at Geneva expects a largo not sanctioned until this
536; Vancy Valentasls, .500; M f- turnout of North Brevard drivers
Wlf Janle Lanoue, .478; Nina Hudson 1 v i at their big, two day meet year Enyart who played for

1 .428; Estelle Holloman w s..W beginning Saturday, Nov II, the Cubs had probably
422; Peggy Cos, .364; Dee Me- Carl Vnnzura, Club Secretary
one of the best earnedrun
Cafferty, .%50; Darlene Salva. EYES TROPHIES Ronnie Hughes, Lyle Lathe and the trophy on the leftIs said Tltusvllle and Cocoa driven .
telll, .250; and Brenda Bonds. Star-Advocate Sports Editor eyes three from Osceola Drag Strip, Seminole generally win about half of In average the league.as any A southpaw hurl.er -
Powder Puff League trophies presented to the Advocate for Timing Association of Sanford. Making the 40 offered class events. be pitched the Ant
(Final Standings) work done in prom it ing drag racingin the presentation from Sanford was The feat':Jed race will be the game for the Uti'e League .

M east N.b. tM tl TMUH W.. Lloutbtra North Brevard. The large trophywas Club Secretary Carl Vanzura.-S-A Florid State Stock Eliminator All-Stars J in the 1K3
Billet t 0 championship run between BibTucker
Photo.Rhomes' .
lit umble Bum S SButtwflnori presented to Sports Department District tournanrnt, losing
of Orlando In 19M
You citizens of Titusville have been griping for a long time Dilly Dune S 1 .T from Valkaria by track manager Aluminum Chevrolet, "Thrnder-a 1-0. .
A switch hitter he also
DOW to get that "added something la town" You complain we bolt" and Sonny Hayes, a 19M ,
need more organized recreation. "Roiwon Plymouth Special". one of the JeIro&IIe"highest

Well you had your chance Sunday afternoon, but :you muffed Song Heard Clear Hays, Plymouth currently batting averages
It. holds the state champlnnshlo

How many pro teams have you seen play on Dm Field and Tinker is runner up m

Its a cinch about 19,000 residents caa say "we haven't". It's also standings.The Printing Needs!

a cinch 'ou'U not see another the way you greeted Sunday's two On The Plains Of Oklahomagained two day club event also, offering plans over another$::1,. See The

teams. 500 for stork eliminators, Nov. Star Advocate
Because of you citizens who sit at borne with momma aDd the I 21! and 29.

kids, enjoying a cool one, propped to front of the television, you NEW YORK (AP) Oh, give 488 yards In the air and .
just cost your city enough plants to completely cover U. S 1 for 504 total, passed for four touchdowns I I
2 10 miles. and accounted for 38 of
The football game Sunday aftemoo was directed at making home downs and accounted for 38 of } .

money. Ending a week long drive of telling plants and shrubs, Almost any football coach Tulsa's points D 09

f designed to help beautify your city, by PRIDE, Inc, an organ, could be forgiven for humming Among the one-game recordshe CO II 1 1 r C
cation composed of about 14 different clubs. those words after look. broke were 34 completions, -<
plaintive Dick Norman, Stanford, 1959; 4ntr
I Ing over the passing and total air yards, 407, Larry Rakes- .:
offense statistics for Tulsa's traw, Georgia, 1963, total yards, UlQ I
I If one thinks Tituiville high school has an abundance of Injuries Jerry Rhome, who plays most 490. Reds Bagnell, Penn 1950. t
check this one: of his football on the plains of The other leaders listed in the .automatically pre-soaks m
Jack Rice of Birrackville, West Virginia, U an average teenager Oklahoma.The offense statistics are Brian '"
except for one thin*-h plays football with artificial legs records listed for Rhome Piccolo of Wake Forest leader CO heavily soiled garments!Iw Ix m

Jack, 18, lost his legs Just below the knees itvea yean ago or threatened by) him. as listed In rushing for the second week 1 H
I when run over by a Gulf, Mobile Ohio Railroad freight train in the weekly individual statistics with a total of 722 yards, and S
near Nllwood, HI. Despite that, he has been a regular on the Bar- released today by the NCAA Frank Lambert of Mississippi ; m
rackville High School football team for three seasons. I Service Bureau are hard to with punting average of 451 tw 09

After the accident, doctors fitted Jack with a plastic sleeve ,comprehend. Perhaps it shouldbe w C
Just below each knee, over the remaining part of the lower leg, enough to say that he's No 1 U: : ;I -
In and total offense by '
and joined it with an artificial foot. passing wX : 6
Each limb has only one joint at the arch of the foot The ,huge margins.In Flying Posse Plans ti, ee

artificial limbs are lined with rubber socks. Regular size eight six games this season Turkey Shoot SundayBrevard a "'

shoes fit over the artificial feet Rhome, a Texan who transferred d', ,;;_ ...u-( :
"They don't bother me a bit," Jack says. "I'm just not quit from Southern Methodist Sheriffs Flying Posse >- HOTPOINT MODEL CTA312E
fast of the other to Tulsa after his sophomoreseason will hold a turkey shoot Sunday D
as as some guys
Jack started as a defensive guard but now Is a linebacker, has completed 143 of 204 at the Arthur Dunn Airpark beginning 00 Spot raving Hotpoint CycU D.h.tl I Ji .nl c:
passes for 1,798 yards Ills comletlon at 12 noon. 21' wide\ 19 Ib ..'..i.n. fr*...', eUdt -<
Coach Nathan Freienzi Jack if a "hardooi, smart player, .
says > percentage of 701 Is the An ammunition will be furnished ih,.l-.i) il,tl..out porcdoln .,lIpI', butler blot
extremely popular with his ttammatet. best ever for a passer who has by the Flying Posse. egg lloi.g| .III on h..le foe easy il'.nlnfl./

4* thrown as many as 133 In a IN COLORS

But for an Oklahoma State University basketball star, the season. MEETINGNorth 1Iyfloo AT N0
Rhome Is a running threat. >-
situation might not be as easy.It .
too. He has had the ball on 287 Brevard D
will be several days before l0-)'tar-ol plays for 1,956 yards, a plus of COCO W/T
Oklahoma State center whose arm was amputated In a freak 158 yards on 83 plays. By con Sportsman'sAssociation Mode! LEA 600-1 -<

accident will know whether the arm restoration surgery is a trast, the No. 2 passer, Califor vsw.
success. i nia's Craig Morton. has gained
But, a spokesman at the University of Oklahoma medical 1 1465 yards in the air but only \f I Thurs. Nov. S. 7:30 p.m. wC -
center, where the emergency operation was performed, said late 332 over-all. BAR-BE-QUE ...t 2-SPEED : ;
Monday Swaffar was in "very satisfactory" condition. I Against Oklahoma State last i -I am"
Doctors said they'll know In a few days whether or not the reImplantation :Saturday, Rhome personally GUN RAFFLE D .
was successful In the meantime, they gave him I accounted for a 6114 victory by Orlando Avenue Super Wash exclusive.
washing acton! diapers
a fair chance to keep the arm which was wrenched off Just above I completing 3) of 43 passes an I MIU North If Mint I W YOU PAY ONLY work and fives play n nI
the elbow when it was caught late Sunday slight la a rapidly unprecedented percentage II I Z cloth a powerful extra I

spinning water extractor.A r- $ 9 5 t I
friend who was with Swaffar when the accident occurred, 1 18 A :Vfiorolllarltatloq
la wet towels W lor recular fabrics:a slow
quickly wrapped the stub of Swatter's mangled arm h U.: It, more gentle washing I I tor
and put the severed arm in a bucket ol cold water. tuB spend for delicate things
fader than mostl Z: with acceptable trade lfultdndetergentdhryerr! a
3 awr blends In dtttrgtnt, "'

A wen deserved week off for the Terriers. They've been Good from filters out lint&*It soon 1fJcn,

working now seven straight weeks without a reftIf coaaddo-coaat } ..r
fans would like to lee what our remaining competition looks D GIIC
-like, they can travel to Dayton Beach November a and Watch )
DeLand and Stabreeie play. The Terriers will meet both D. -<

Land and Seabreeze before the ceatoa Is out FREE! ?>f HOTPOINT MODEL CTFSHI
And, the team that's currently leading Brevard County, (4.t ''A:
Satellite. Beach travels all the way to St Augustine.. Nff.t. Hotpoint 'M' ( ''OJ'' N.hes f.or'
...,. Mda d.froatiegl dtd.ewt sh.he." lute .
,.,(*lalil tlxJf.Ml imperil kuWtf Wn|,9, Itaio
That's ONE YEAR'S SUPPLY OF IV" soda .art III wheels 1N .esy s9.enia.IN .
Tltusvffle's Little League's got a problem. ( nothing D mC

unusual) league president said bfs got a manager and toVI COLORS -<
Pat Kelly, new
IS uniforms missing. The team Is the Panthers of the Saturday VIOL DETERGENT WITH EACH AT NO

League. Anyone having any information concerning toe missing W
manager, and wlforms are asked to contact league authorities GRANTS NEW 30-DAY a 265 EXTRA COST ;5
at once. (Sounds like a police buOette). Reward: One fun year of .j WASHER PURCHASED o"

operating the league's eoncesstoa stands, policing the grounds for CHARM ACCOUNT 5
foul bans and a chance I to be a Kttlt leap umpire. Bet the calls m

Just flock in. .. authorbcrtioa Jets you charge wit Aovf wolfing for X WE GUARANTEE TO BE 6% OR MORE LOWER IN PRICE THAN m!

turns for uJgeflttg
ee gives you option W C

your monthly payment 4Y

fcekk UM switiMl *
Option TenM M you os >4W
....-- far the rwaa... 1*... fc.U Ti.. WUOf
FUEL SERVICE 0M Grants Crtan Coupon Accovnt 0
i SEAY'S or Special Account for Larger Purchase m 803 Magnolia Avenue Indian River City Phone 267-3329 ,

Phone 2(7-2672 .

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I harbor-Be/Food IRC Fireman's Directory To Publish Special IssueDue I New FHPTrooper Assignments Announced

Palm The Florida Highway Patrol :dale who will be assigned to TV-

I to the unusual amount of This special edition will carrya Directory will be delivered! by I has added five new patrolmento tusvUle.I .
i I
Interest showing in the publication commemorative stamp on it's United! States mail to the first the Brevard Tnwp Including The Djw patwlnfH). Increases
(By Vera Ymrk Simmons) bor. They moved here from' moved to 9titm Hai ur last of the Indian River City I cover and will contain a number two hundred persons who com Alton Williams and Hugh Lange the Dumber of issued Bre
A mobile home trailer Neptune Beach Mr. Gobels recently week from Bau (ftp. The Firemen's Directory and the of special features, Oat plete one of the official application yard Count* Htfbwav& Patrol
pew began work as an electronic Hammonds baye :Bttfrjl 1) number of ftat Masks that die Bex units wMf ?1'I'. <
Is being readied seven loge requests could not be Included Ih this I are being their requests to! P. 0. No.
park miles now south of Titusville on techinician with MeDon-: foot wide mobile hove been received fur copies orthe years. annual publication, ale tributed throughout North Bre- 5471, Indian River City, Fla. Also aadd vnre Ray G.
the Indian Elver. Charles Wei- aId Aircraft Company at Cape Palm Harbin'. ,1'itf6t'kit directory, the committee has Aough it will contain all the in varl The Directory Is now in the Phelps and Warren Roddenberry -
born is the owner and developerof Kennedy. ginally from decided to publish a special formation contained in the regular Individuals or business firms hands of the printers and is Meipedrto t Cocea and E.
the property. is employed on the VAB on Fifth Anniversary Edition consisting edition. who wish to obtain application scheduled to come off the presses C. Smith, assigned to Met
Plans for the park Include a Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hammond I Merritt Island of 200 copies only. This special Fifth Anniversary blanks may do so by mailing during the week of Nov. 8. bourne.

central sewer and water sys
tem playground, small picnic-

park facilities.area and modern laundry rn SAVINGS........ ;* If/Mi'M Jfa*t Sfofi IIMOI c evt Vtug. SfaeA/ f R1SAVINGS mCI TjottU cti>t tt AV7"* Be&vt mJ Steel/I I* SAVINGS!D1

Native trees will be preserved
as much as possible and ex
tensive landscaping is planned I I
especially shade trees. I I I I
One of the most attractive
features of the park will be a
complete marina. As soon as a
is issued Welborn
state permit


the water front.
Welborn has been working on lat..wls. NNNNa1 aN."EDSSCC".


clearing the land and bringingin RACK BABY SEAT "II... ere U pun dep.'I HAND MIXER DEFROSTER STEAM IRON
fill dirt. He hopes to get eMir. ... N'|M, M nrinkly >
work started on the water and Far k...."lM elelkei.drum All ,..,... ....,..11 with tI,._. ... Hoell'.ys ere ....I lot.47, ,......., lilelre,WPM. Io'.rallI. ....... F-70 tar tMlmlricle
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When completed the park will N. Ise..d.! ........... lUunlin. ,,pbimitiitliili.*... JI.1 .. rtorthl ..., .11" ..'1.... M kM'1.... wltk fibril .
accomodate to mobile homes. .. ,....
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Welborn is originally from Valu. 99 At S3.9S 2GENERAL M..1.,* M .sw.. ..p....".'... 'olu* | 588 Valu. 299 List
California and Is a professional 1 lt.rt k.... CUiMfit "... SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY
photographer. Before comingto

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Lila pictures filming such well- COFFEE MAKER TOASTER h2t" R f On All PreJcrlplioDJScktra" SPOON FILMPRIHTSYl

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Springs Welborn fell in love 1

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DM f' type y TV < 555,45 Itiriei sl.tsl. pick i
now a college senior in Cola H.l* motel with 5.15 Oslyd. .b.0. .....,If.II' TUMS Antacids LIMIT'z) 6 Maker MblMt N ........,yce.- ., VM up yurNl ...
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a .. _... PARA MOTHKILLER t ttl r a
WHITE 'I. $32.9 REG 'or 00 .Ieck ... wine,
Brownie Scout of THEY 199 2695 1.99 9
175 2 1
Troop valve us ..
BeUwood held Its second meet- tASTI' 0. hi'b.. 11011'1-3--..Mt 23(
Ing last Friday afternoon at the EPSOM SaltsGALAXOH Eck'rd's 3k Omit 2.

nut with 11 girls present. STEAK.KNIFE
The group will conduct their HOSE HOSE HOSE DIET PLAN 3wae9.52.5: : 1? SETs.t INVALID RING

I Investiture November 20 ceremonies at the Ml lt.lt. .11 liny with, Ml d0.II.1..IA I' f I Pill wile meeting. Its with
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The Brownie's handcraft pro May ._....... "._11"- .-My fMiMi4 C with Plastic Ben kmlm. eiIt. u 4 ... .,... slid knll rlif.
ject for the day was to make Typo Hand! .. .

slt-up-ons. "That's exactly whatIt $1.1* 79'BOOK i Compare 244I $5.95 299 Q-TIP COTTON SWABS S53:: : ; '19 REG. $1991 1488 Extra 188
sounds like", Mrs. Chestnut Valu I Al $4.9 Valu* 1.44 69c Valu Sp.ci.NLPaoc's I
said. A cushion Is made with

two newspapers pieces of plastic between.At with. layersof OSCILLATINGSPRINKLER' INSECT SUN FRESH MILDEWCIDE kills 1 :::;::7 19.3 'or 1, METAL TABLE ContourAuto

the first four meetings of .
a new Brownie troop the girls RACK : KILLER fRUT.P AK VITAMIN C Teo Imo', ae -.1Cie. 219 VITH ELEC OUTLET MatFull White
are Introduced to the rudiments 10 ln. Book Rack PMWI Kn* with, 4 pl.tie. eh"i.:. M mud 15.55. .11 motel stub Paste
StirJy 1tftvlv
of Brownie Later ..!r till 210it. /... ClU.r ... ,I... heavy
scouting. ( 20 fl. ,
for Books, ..... .( ( *! nil wbMli
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and they enjoyable are taught activities many useful such Itt: magiilnei* ...-..a..iI........{. 1.145,, (stray bomb. THERA-GARD M sS*" Lr.S1sNN 1 101sips.- 53. ..4. I-plif aMwl.i rI..mllrtetf4 colon. |ar. with applicator

as how to build a fire, are take 'RAG. 59e 1 ..ia'ss: ; 599 A 49c I 4.PURPDSE' '> 10..L< $1.49 LQl Com par. $1.59 REG. 29c
en on short hikes and nature 5,5. ..Yar", .. I LADY ESTHER CREAM She iLlmt( 1)) O7 $3.91 VALUE 1.99 1 3ge
walks and entertained with 1

cookouts. 03 GARBAGECAN '''UN'' ZIPPERED "CRYSTAL"SERVING JERGEN'S LOTiOn SKi:1::,; : ::: ?; ..* 69 LADIES' Presto Chic B

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gobcls D I
TRAY Massager
are residents of Palm Har- BLOUSES Hair Dryer
Hess duty reuprsl.... Pull!',1., "*"k" .mm. bush" lwpst ,1..1. TOIII ADORN HAIR SPRAY STul1:: :..tt. I2.9BUFFERIH c.. ...."" ""11 .N14- 'Completely Portable Idtal Heavy! for Duty Body, .
., Itrti .54 MW FillValuet ,
pint pimrl full 2i. with ilppw M.I..let" .1" i LuggalsStyi.d '
Local fill.>IM-l..y t.Neal I .....,., sCry< .10. fw Hell fMinr. 11d", "''''...114 prl.t.send Hat Box Health Manage.relaxing .
FirmsCharfered iwn ......... ...
slth. grlp..1yht" II'". ., .k.. its.Vst TABLETS -SKSt 57 -.. mutclei.
,, .. ../. w........ Cat. Model HO Facial Beauty 1

Vail.CLOTHES$4.95. 344 A largalnAl 79 47 'Ic". 59 aN TI.9I 99 its s 8 8,86 88
J&J MICRIN MOUTH WASH Srr: ; II 63 R.. 9.99 .


among Four TltusvUle the 14 Brevard firms were County DISH SEAT BELTRETRACTORS PRIVINE NOSE t DROPS'r'; :; 53 LADIES' MEN'S


Incorporation recently announced 14 thil ...., wit H"" RED CROSS BACK PLASTERS "Limit j 27' .....
..... lw NhshsM.d
implitily: I reitpreelIMMIIHM I > hiss Skis' Flt quills .
Secretary of State Tom btre b.wydiy pletilt "r.bl._flu ..yit II..< .....,... r*! .Ml pill IM!
Adams. ., pritnthre wire ,Net tlinli..ltil-' Hit ...11. lisps wmlm lylii km ta kill IMtlltknft. kwldba,.
... thisptsl
... sls Cusps'i
,1.,1. ,1.-11I. flit nnttnit.Compare. kiln. slid ., sal ens.wIts .AKM5BIC iv.... ...bl-l.c Mss FiN Flirt .
fir site dsisq.S 59 '
These local firms are: Mt I. UtN-UAT HIM IU-IMI
S3.'$ ( Compare R.g.9fc. A Bargain
Mechanical 244 77 169At 77 3 67'MEN'S 77t
Contractors Association Valu. At SI." JJ.50 At $1.00
of Central Florida Inc., MACLEANS t TOOTHPASTE -asir:\ 47'VIGORO
filed Oct. 21 19M
for the 1
purpose of promoting mechanical a STORM DIAPER PENH #110 SPORTSMAN'S ORLON SWEATSHIRTS
contracting industry. Listedas ROSE FOOD' Its:: : ; 58

subscribers are William WUhlte WINDOW KIT PAIL Spinning Outfit JACKET SWEATERS

Wayne Chapman Jess A. .. .. ... < w......I.tM otpUi vltkkl Min'i she, flnl
lit ,
Dana Jr. all of TltusvUle. il 4 ItMipinM pin fill H i Wi #711 *. iplmlnf mle JIFFY POP CORN xseasxa: 29SWIFT'S .. 111% DiMe flw HIlty.
tie te Intill, Un. tie wllb 4M,irlnr LIdwANrst *** pml *MM pMkHhr quality moil pop
Mty ... .. .
h, ... 1 4 #1081 C." PI. ,Yyh.M-.... .. He.etilm w dpp.sd"
drlty lel..tIe ** baby ular "lor
Greer McMorrls Inc., 810 Lw1 _.1... Ii...., 1,1..1. fl. SHERBET S33"49 tit .............,..kMtta.Ml.*. Mr. S-M-L long gray,I."... -
Hopkins St, with authorized
stock 10,000 shares of common a. 49'PENN $1.49 I2. S4 .,O 2699lla' sus 399 $4.91 2'75x7 Compare -119.
AI $1.91
at 11-00 per share filed Oct. 21, Valu V.IwANSCO
1964 dealing In furniture outlet CHOCOLATE MINTS SSSSr 1 88

store listed business.as Greer Incorporators McMorrls IRC are a BOAT & MITCHELL 306 FLOATMG arsXS 79< COLOR KODACOLOR PLAYING

na Charles Beach R.and Wilson Oscar New Abernathy Smyr. BRIDGE OUTFIT Spinning Outfit FISH KillfEhn PECAN PATTIES MOYIE FILM ENLARGEMENT CARDS

Mlms. Filed by William B. Core |4IPlMlM.bKkrMl *m .enl. MINh.aIplsd.q 4CNNINI' ..._ ....... .....I. .... yaw ..,..... 5.5w l g.l. Mh -. du bya
sal0-a. M ems .... .. fir MW. < I* IfttH.M 5. Pt.p.p Cad C.
bett Jr., 214 Brevard St., Titu *.j f tilt ...t.; m.km I'l-ft. Caste Ipihird S..,.: tteel I flmltttk .. will 1...naI... .IshMllhri / wkiM 90* tnmtwM puv..i.n M Suss..
ville. ..- kids. '". Ills 20 PtIhw w........ Isvel PIg19 CsLL

105 Corporation 210 S. Wash $14.50 $6100 $100 AQt J DECANTER aiaj3stt 24< $4.JO 199 SI." 99. ICKIRDI 39*
ington Ave., authorized stock 30 1 list 185 Uit 4214 Vii. 17 V.lwGENERAL. Valu' SPECIAL
shares of common of no par M* I "' '.. 98
FRUIT CAKE M*. :: =, :
value filed Oct. 22, dealing in
real and personal property. Incorporators FLORIDA CANNON CANNONDISH Packaf. of 2 m.t.1 .dlut.1l1t ELECTRIC : GENERAl ELECTRIC SUFERLECTRIC
are listed as Doris SHOE TREES trite "c v.".. 3Q. HEATER HEATER HEATER
Coxe Kenneth Coxe Kenneth DISH TOWELS DISH TOWELS CLOTHS ...,.1'
Hanna all of TltusvUle. Filed MWrt M-ll.....iMtMt... ....... MMV! M.I ftommMriM
., .. ,
Sii Mlr H.tds- 'SF let Men 1MW 1.w 555 bIll 4syI..p.N
by Jack Freed 210 S. Washing. IN Mrryilitk titk Mwilt.CMW Fill" aIM ..., tblilt Fill ... ..IfIS" ...... with LANOLIN PLUS LIQUID : 49' Lars M w5.-1 Ie wuM, I.h..1t h..fNsd
too Ave. *, nit Price. dhh, tlwel-ISIt. "krd .I".5EXTRA .wive..r.lth-1.My $p.N .1S".tS ..... MKe 1111 sit, !' bids.
The Greater Canaveral Chap. COMPARE LANOLIN PLUS HAND LOTION ';.nr 'r 49' m.J99
*, $ $ Compare
of SPEBSQSA. Inc.. 110 Ja 4 77 1geIiIS 14 2488UtI bI
ter 16881' .
PRICE! SPECIAL! =gs; : .
na Drive, filed Oct. 2(. IV64. for ICE CREAM SCOOP.. a 39
purpose of encouraging and promoting

the public. Subscribers are WILD/ BIRD FEEDER ;
listed as George Bovie Cocoa HEATER HEATER ClipperEUctrl

Beach; Clark McCovr, Merritt Fans ArHivIM. 1I..1e l lCutnl ..; O.h1.. did kill WkkMfiry :; 88'NYLON .M. .M III Nth Clipper
I. NIl.dsw51AsstsiaeN METAL WASTE BASKET ''
Island; Tim Hanrahan, Sates ._.... .'... bMq: ti,m* ..ill.. M i.NMM1,19 Sot empUte with Will not rust *r
lite Beach. wslbh-hlh tin swo/d'ta' 1wwt KHIHltll M4 ittHlMI, ..w..Ns..... .ss ht..I-fully... ...... .-...h.hrsd.515 .. ..- -. attachment. endInehuctims telrt d.......
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Comp.r. $695 Sit $1 7.93 9.99 9 Reg.
See The At $14.9 88.8 .499v. i1158.8 v..... 12' LIST. 49 29c
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Reports United Fund Stand !$ RVET

All 73 Percent f

% Thcrt's o Harvest of Best Brands on Sole now at your friendly Wlnn-Olxlex You'll. cave more i !
The United Fund 1964 cam during the Big (1 1 Sol. on Thrifty Maid and Astor Canned Good. You'll' cow en the freshest II r
paign closed its fourth week of a meat and produce. Friendly service too. Ijih "'
reporting with 73 per cent of
Its goal reported in. A total of a NOBODY Saves You More Than WINN-DIXIE .. ..
$265,734 of the needed 1364,000 9i hiI4IBHliit!!! iihwiaaaiilflJ1iI! hI
WINN.LIs.Te..L wo.-corvmcHT-IM
Brevard area teport at the
Cocoa KiwAnis Club ... .. .. ..
meeting at ,
I ,
the Brevard Hotel on Friday.The '

central Brevard area's : 29* Thrifty Matt HI*. VC REGULAR 29, THRIFTY MAID SLICED Y. C
report of f ,452 bungs iU total Peaches 48i1 $
figure to date at $28.037 or 58 ; Peaches 4 No 2V4 1
per cent of its $47,400 goal. 2199TlNihy MeH Gold W< Cans |.

The "dead duck" award this : Corn 8 303 i'lt REGULAR 2S< ASTOR FRUIT
week goes to the south Brevardarea .
which has reported 55 per 2199TMihv M.tt .... Cocktail 5 303 sl.1
cent of Its goal, compared to 5 \ .
central Brevard area's 58 per Limas 6 Cons 1.
cent and north Brevard area's REGULAR 4J< THRIFTY MAID BARTLETT
(0 per cent. Though the 'lost' .g. 2/2Se Thrifty MeM AI.,". I No. 2\i

ed dead to duck the United has yet Fund to,be the return.sentiment 3svPeas8 rV1. Pears . 3 Cons $1 1.

remains the same. ..29' Thrifty Matt Plne-Gr'r REGULAR J/35 THRIFTY MAID APPLESauce

Drink d4 Cane-*I<$In 8 S SI

Cribblns Heads Chops"R fl. 27< Thrifty M.W Apt l" . .
532. 1'

64 Poppy Sale 29/ Thrifty MoM 4 Tem=1 1. Cut Beets 10 1 ;Isl.1e

Commander Miles Holllngs- Cons REGULAR 1JlTHRIFTY MAID
worth of TituiVllle Post 4228,

Veterans the of appointment Foreign Wars of Edward announced Potatoes l t 5 =1. Tomatoes. 8 Corn"' 1.

T. Cribbins as chairmanof
the VF.W.'s Annual Buddy 0..SIJ9/ Thrifty Mali fvep. REGULAR: 1SITHRIFTY MAID
Poppy Drive which will be held 10 Toll 1 i.
i In Tltusvllle on Friday and Sat- S.naih 10 303 Sl 1
emecI. Cant
| urday, Nov. 13 and 14. 'a.45. Thrifty Maid (: .

In accepting the appointment, f 3''l2; .$1 I I REGULAR 1/IS THRIFTY MAID LARGE
( a
Mr. Cribbins expressed a
( hope' that this would be lay Light MM Our* rr Swt. Pcas..8c'ssi.1
[the biggest year ever in the Tuna. 4 .
[sale of Buddy Poppies here. He CoN'I.
[pointed out that today, more ) ..
Rfl 2/37 ''
, (than ever,, we have a solemn
: 'fE'1. Golden Corn 8 1.
obligation help those who 1 Catsup tnna
gave so much during times of t ..

"The high cost of living" he
said, "has placed an increased
burden,on our disabled vet.
crane It I is our responsibility to
see that they are properly cared REGULAR 87 MAXWELL HOUSE IfdlK LOIN ILICIO INTOCoffee
for and relieved so far as possible -

"In from addition greater we must hardships.not for. 59; Chops. .u>.59': _
get those widows and orphansof 1-LB. CAN iiirto
veterans now living at our Ch@@sel pkg.49
Nationatyiome at Eaton Rapids, <<. .
Mich I(1 we fall them, we also REGULAR 11, ASTOR VACUUM PACKED \ "LLS.Ulty'lCIlO)( It... Mi Dlilu Derlln' Itol....

paid fall the the men supreme who sacrifice have already" / r t7 Cookies Ike. 45' Breadl.b.Loaf23'o ,

Members of the Auxiliary
C ff 49
have been asked to aid the Post ee CAN / RES. 25* f ILUR CINNAMON lleo. IVf Otale Darling PoundCakei2or.cck.29'
In the Campaign. Rolfs 19'MB.
lvi Can :

BIRTHDAY Arrow 391 Sausaae lb. 39'LARGE FIRM HEADS FRESH i

Thursday, November S GT pt6 491 .'tcrLAND ItISH PORK Lettuce 2 For 39'

Mrs. Ceo Frank 4' SLICED
Leslie Jean Raulerson Apples 5 Bog4S
Becky Jane Adams l' HAWAUAl.1 fJJLA
T. C. Knight Salad 291
I 14.0:.Cup Oranges 5 Bo9 49'
f Friday, November fMrs. 101 WHITE HIKED
U .
B. A.. Harvey Jones McLemore Bacon 3 lb.801e'1 It Onions 5 Lb BoQ 39'

Kelly McDonel lb. ?
John Nobles
Annie Mae Johnson

Sandy Robert Wright James Matthews MORTON Chlckm, 8nf, Turkey Solltbury, Mtot Leo. Ham REGULAR 591

I Saturday, November. 1 Dinners i 2. FOR 79; 1 / U GDER rELIOW 5a1o5 *,

Kenneth Duff

H.Donald T- Williams Cole Delight 5 I.CANS 8 9; POLEBEANS i

Mrs. T. C. Knight
William Gulley. (AN-AEDI FROZEN BREADEDShrimp 10
Pete Nastase I : C LI ,
Norma Jean Sharpe 32..L 'KG. S179/ 2-39
Mrs. 0:,H. Adams .
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I' Election Day 1964 Vital Day In History


(Editor's Note: 'the following simply, that anyone who knows lar Is no longer a dollar, our property of others, the traitors, What then, shall we say of the 1. The man who has to my ceivers, murderers and thieves. turn to the Lord God, his Cre

sermon; which we feel so nearly anything about lions, gets frIghtened : gold reserves are becoming depleted the purveyors of filth, the enticements two gentlemen who are so ve- mind, conducted the cleanest 6. The man who Is most likely
fits the time of history of when he hears a lion': the national debt grows of the liquor Industry. I hemently soliciting our vote for campaign. to attract the best men into ator.And ye will rise again. WhenI
the United States was delivered roar in spite of himself: and astronomically, and I work from I am thinking of child marriages the presidency 2. The man who has most high places and eliminate the do net know. Truth crucified

Sunday by Rev. Charles Bates anyone whose job it is to speakfor January through April just to the marriages of necessity Neither man, I am sure, wants nearly revered God, as our worst. truth crushed to earth always
of the First Presbyterian God, feels it his bounden pay my taxes. abandoned babies, divorcefor war: and neither one is forefathers did: who has shown I shall vote for that man who again on thvthin I I
Church of Titusville. We made duty to convey God's word, as We have nearly three million' ridiculous causes, all kindsof any more likely than the otherto the least tolerance for immorality when we get to the very bottomof symbol of ajeatncs.

every attempt to print It in he understands it, whether It is people on the Federal payroll, violence, religious rivalry, the deliberately (or inadvertently that escalator going DOWN, and of freedom is the Ears am
Monday' Star-Advocate the palatable or not. which does not Include the armed suspicion which demands an ) involve this great nation in 3. The man who has shown Is most likely to still be holding stripes "Th* ,symbol God':
day before election howeverthe A. I am distressed at what is services, pensioners or people investigation of everything and one. Neither man wants to the greatest fiscal responsibility high the Cross in one band, love, andlMiUts love ohnan for
length of it made such happening to our Constitution, a on public welfare. We pay everybody. I am thinking of par. bankrupt our economy. Neither I.e., who knows the value of and the stars and stripes in the man 16* Moss Corte wha
printing impossible. We do 1 document which I believe was as out millions to farmers for not ents who watch their children man wants to ignore utterly dollar, and that the governmentis other may, I propose to hold then
feel, however, that it contains divinely inspired as our Westminster growing crops: millions to keep take wrong paths and wrong or destroy our Constitu- merely a trustee. History has shown, that pe high
so much food for thought that it Confession of Faith. It un-educable young people off the turns, but are afraid to reprimand tion. Neither man will deliberately I
of the 4. The man who has shown riodically, man seeks to de- I'm going to vote to
tide of
be was the work of God-fearing streets: millions to save the : violence invite Communism into
should printed, even though the most regard for the Constitution stroy himself. And we are destroying -'the man most! likely. fa
transportation systems of ourlarge and vice that we welcome into the United States tolerate .
it is the day following the election men, a triumph over all the old- or I
of the United States, ourselves in these latter also hold most likely
particularly them high -
world forms of government, metropolitan areas: millions our living rooms through TV. class warfare, or encourage a
and so we print it today.)
I that portion of it which years of the 20th century to be holding them high} whet
with their inequities, their blatant to foreign nations that I am also thinking of how complete breakdown of Judeo- I :
I disregard for a Supreme wouldn't hesitate to bite the smart It has become to cheat a Christian morality. On these sovereign make no mistake about that the smoke of the battle whlcl
"Election Day "." Being, and for the common wel hand that is arming them: millions little, to get away with shoddy points I believe we can vote for But history has shown too ..1 feel will most surely come -
A few weeks ago I was askedto on congressional junketsand effort, to put something over on either one, and go on about our 5. The man who is least tolerant that phoenix like from the has all ,1JpenbllJwn away. Foi

give the invocation at a Youth I fare.Today the printed hogwash, that ben someone else, to laugh at love, business of living, under H II of godless Communism: whodoesn't ashes, there invariably rises 'the victory which overcomes
for Goldwater Rally, In the Bay Constitution's very efit no-one. thrift, Independent thinking, con administration.The really believe that you I new and fresh man's inherent -'.again and again: and again, 1 1:
view school. I considered it a core respect for the sovereignty scientiousness can do business with liars, de desire to be free, and to re oup faith'
I hear no voice in Washingtonthat religion, obedience '
of the individual states- fact is, that either man is --- "-- :..., ___- _
legitimate clerical favor, and Is really optimistic about to one's parents. It is not
has been ruthlessly nullified. going to be surrounded by hun-
forthwith put in an appearance The Judiciary makes willy-nilly balancing our national budget, only true that we are no longer dreds upon hundreds of selfish,
tt the appointed time. As I entered or reducing our national debt a nation: we are rapidly becomIng -
of Bill of Individuals sel.dom
Interpretations unscrupulous I
the building, there were based There Isn't a single business a Godless nation.D. of his ECONOMY SPECIAL !
Rights upon political expediency choosing -
several boys standing in the and their that can operate the way our Allow me one more. I am bent
interpretations are upon leading the United -
foyer, none of whom were more does and in distressed at with
government stay our dealing I
States of American
become the law of the down.
Protect Your Lawn For
The Winter
than 12 years old rather business, The government would crooks. Nations who boldly state
land. The ward on a that leads
Legislative body, unIquely unmistakably
young! I thought, to be actively not tolerate it in the first place: their intention to bury us: that to form of
established as two houses a socialism
interested in politics.I and in the second assume no financial
place, they obligations:
but in danger of losing its to which none of us are
didn't recognize any one of would go to the wall fast. that build walls: that camp In accustomed CHINCH BUG SPRAY
two-house distinction, has become and which few of
them, but one apparently recognized Folks do not to armed on our door-
just seem realize camps very '
the the and us. really want, and a large part
jury, Judge
me. "Oh gosh," he said, the hangman The Executivehas that the only way for the steps. I am distressed at the of the population I 300 Lbs. 8-6-650% ORGANIC $2500'
"that's Rev. Bates. If he is for government to raise money, is way class has been set against thoughueSS-1
expropriated which ly tags along GRANULAR FERTILIZERLAWN
Goldwater, I'm going to another powers to either tax it out of our pay class, in what used to be a practically L
make him a virtual dictator, We have been on this down
church"f checks, or print worthless paper classless America. We
was amused, of course. I'm and supports those powers with rich escalator for decades. The momentum
When the Federal Govern pit against pmr, colored
not sure that he attends my military mIght. ment takes any part of the financial against white, labor against is Increasing. Neither IFWEHAE1U % t (
I r 'I A
Hardened criminals find refuge Barry Goldwater or Lyndon r
church. But where did a kid that burden for a new road, management, men against '
age get the idea, that if a minister's In the' 5th amendment. We or a new school, or a new women, protestant against Catholic Johnson is going to halt the ; STOWP EM '

politics are different than are as bound more bound bridge, YOU AND I are the north against south. There sleigh'ride, or turn us back. tNl '' '
your own, you should consider by decisions of the UN, than we I ones who pay Is no place now for Individuality i We are like a woman who de- a A :
another advisor? Me are by our own lawmaking bodies cides to divorce her husband.
spiritual I am not an economist But I : minorities rule, at gunpoint
was presumptuous, to say the I For here we must recognize know the value of a dollar: I or by making a big noise. Invariably, when she gets on 'F28s ,
least And you are going to be governments with whom we know what will happen if I con The Godless have taken Bible that track, she must ride it to DAV1 ts :1
presumptuous, if at the conclusion have little In common, wage undeclared tinue to spend more than I reading and prayers right out the end of the line. She may .
of this sermon you can state wars, enter into treat- earn: I know what will happenif of the schools of the Godly regret it, she may fully realize

positively, any candidate ,for ties in which we have but one I loan money to someone witha schools which had their origin, that she is courting disaster for ..
public office for whom I shall small vole!. And for these un reputation for not paying their in the Christian church herself, her husband, her children W- LAWNSPRAY

cast my vote, happy privileges, we pay the debts: and I even know the dif I tell you frankly, I am per and her home: but she ,
,This is not a political sermon. lion's share, in lives and cold ference' between a tax and an turbed: perturbed because we cannot stop herself.I -

Politics, as the word is common cash.We insurance plan. are becoming less and less the repeat our nation is on an
ly used today, has no place in have multiplied government C. I am distressed at the decline nation under God which our escalator going down: and we
the pulpit. But taking my cue departments and bureaus of our national morals. Of forefathers conceived. It is not are going to have to ride it all AND ORNAMENTAL

from the Old Testament proph until it takes one out of course there are moral questions the same nation that I grew up the way until our beloved democracy SHRUBBERY I

ets, I feel that It is within my every 20 citizens to operate the involved in what I have in as a boy, and I for one regret cracks up at the bot '
province, to make the few observations federal machine: we cannot I said about our constitution, and it. We have undergone, and tom. Whether we reach bottomIn SPRAYING ,

about our times, make a move for ourselves, our about our national finances; butI I are still undergoing, radical this generation, or the next, flRTILIZING '
and a few judgments concernIng families or our community, without am thinking of things a bit' changes, that do not bode or the next, only God knows. CHINCH lUG SPRAYIIIG I f 1
our national course. It will some kind of communication more obvious. well for individual freedom or Every knife wound in our sacred -

not be a pretty picture: with Washington. No government I am thinking about the the common welfare, I am very Constitution: every wasted Monthly or Yearly Contracts
but neither are the lamentations has more complete things that stand out in the daily doubtful, that my son will come dollar: every relaxation of the S
\ of Jeremiah. control over the lives and fortunes press. The embezzlers of funds to manhood in either a Republic moral code: every time class Is Estimattt Chttrfully Gfvtn1IU
"The lion bath roared," Amos of its citizens, than our the brazeness of big names who or a Democracy, whicheveryou I set against class the rate of North 267.2849
said "Who will not fear? The become the idols of youth and take this nation to have be-I descent is accelerated Dixie Hwy, TituivilU, Fli.
Lord hath spoken, who can but own.B.. I am distressed with the the entertainers of adults, the come in the year of our Who then, shall I vote for?
?" This is national financial A dol for the lives and 1787. I shall choose:
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t \l.r (left) Collared cardigan with metal button, (center) ki* k : cardigan of 60% alpaca and 401 Brui U .JOB*, virgin tool.
'It. ''V Bulky pullover with round neck (right Round neck .w wooL Detailed the way..you I l\.Jda\ 1'1I4Ck. in /wide
cardigan with metal buttons. Choose them in your Inks with I vneck and bell blazer awfipe or blue; and
favorite Fall fashion color Suet SM.U 10.M e.. ileevet for action room. Cttoot -IIN, or green and white
( j "'"t' thfj. sweater in your favorite.? l1fftJiE" 12 &030. 10.53.
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BUYS FIRST CAKE-Titusville Mayor Bill Walker ..
Ir right, purchases the first Fruit Cake from Civitan Special! "Super-Right" Sugar Cured Short Shank-Smoked """ '
.0 project chairman, Floyd W. "Skip" Blum, kickingoff ;
I'n the 1964 Claxton Fruit Cake sales in North Bre- PLlrD r; PAD
'nb vard. Mayor, Walker has proclaimed the weeks of WHOLE C IB STAMPS 5 :
Nov. 9 through 22 as Civitan Fruit Cake weeks. PIC N I C OR HALF 2 9 STAMPLB
Irs Orders may be placed by calling 267-6288 or may FLAID | "No Coupons N.eawry" I" W,Ilk tkli .up.i M4 .."- ol I
, be purchased at your local Cutter Drug Store. c I. SwttttMr
With Purchase 0/ FASWEETLiquid I
is Special If! Grade "A" Quick Frozen CORNISH, GAME "Supr-Rlght" Extra Lean Freshly II ,. ... $1.19 I
Mothers To March I LB. PKO. f..,... .-.1\d ...II....'... .... a.,. 1 I

18 to 20.0. c Ground Beef 1.35 !.:.!:!! .g : .....-.J
H E NS AVG. SIZE 5 9 '
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March The of Brevard Dimes County 14M 0 the 1963 rI: W.Florida S. Gutwilllg Representative, State ;Advisor Mrs. Special! "Super-Right" Western Beef RIBROAST Ii l '!1 II STAMPS ,.1

March on Birth Detects" will on Volunteer Activities; Harrison .. 11 N Ilk Ikli Sans and pirrliiM of
Iklc < Iareh.N.f
get underway on Nov U, 1W4. Vanderslice, Brevard County IE U n Mb. Rlnq J.n* Ptrktr "
An organizational meeting March of Dimes Chairman;; MIDDLE 9MIIh $1.00 or Mor* ofPRODUCE f FRUIT CAKE .. $2.tf I
will be held on that'date at and Mrs. Robert Sheffer, Bre
10:00: a.m. at the Officer's Club, vard Mother's March LB rl'l- J ( 11-141 fu.I
County .
'C. II.'* ., .. ... ,
.4 ikromk i HOT S
Patrick AFB. A film on Birth Chairman. L'r '... ..... aIo...... ..*. *.?, I | n:

Defects will be shown. To date, Mrs. Sheffer has ap UUIaRIIumi: L...!lailt3SltiiiS- H. ;..!.....f ..
On hand to lay the groundwork pointed the following' "Sup.r-RI/hY' Wtttorri .... Short Cut "Supor-Rlght" Voc-Pik Sliced Cookod '
for the countywide effort and individuals to serve as r i :: i >E.ISt:i!s !3
will be: Ed Foreman, Central area chairmen: RIB STEAKS LB. 79c BOILED HAM 0t. ... 59cCopolond [ !a 1''f Uf i- .j

Cocoa Cocoa Jr. Woman's ".......,..." w...'" ..d Bonuses Pure Pork B0 _fJJJa PLAID fi yitJfJbaSTAMF8
Club (Mrs. A. G. Bell, Chairman I.
New' Books ); Rockledge, >- Mrs. Leonard DEL MONICO STEAKS t. 'I""Supor.Rlght" SAUSAGE LB. lAG 45c STAMPS wlls I .. .. and /..r.h.N.fNIIA
D'Aiuto Merritt Island, Iii ;:
; 414 a'p..M p nA.N. < 1351 I. .t. ni Whit HUM
AI Mrs. Steven Dacosta; Cocoa Copolond' Ii.,I Rdy t* Bit Smekodby
library{ Wttlorn Bf ( the ploc) Mb. Can Pun V*|. Shortening I EVAP. MILK lie
Beach, Mrs. Ernest Lelst;
The following new books have Bennett JCauseway to Tltus SHORT RIBS LI. 39c BRUANSCHWEIGER L. 45c .., 7Sc"f''''a. a..A.Mralh" 1.a. .... .
ville, Mrs. R. W. Maar; I.I.it IAA. +1
at the Tltusville ,
been added
r>uiM Mircnik fun N** I r
Cape Canaveral Mrs. Fred All Good tdi1 .
BriM Cured Sliced
Mortoni Quick Frozen All Vanity !
Public" Library: Westman; Titusvllle, 'Titus :HT1JB:1CIC....l :!,!..:!! L : u..j. .
Juvonf."Little BACON 79c ::: ::: -- :::: : -- -
ville Jr. Woman's Club; DINNERS 39c -uzuiuuaa
Vic" by Doris Gates; .L..PKO. ncr,, ,, r i. 2ltlliN.M : :
Indian Rive,r City, Indian
"Danny Dunn on a Desert Is River City Woman's Club (Mrs. Oie.r Mayor All Meat .r All BoofFRANKS C pn' John' Quick" Froion I fJba
land" by Jay. Williams and James Plumb, Chairman) Eau fJJJa PLAIDSTAMPS dit&
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: Abrashkln "Jenny < FLOUNDER FILLETS 1:49c
Raymond : ,.-' Eau Gallle Jr. Wo u.Ko.59c : 1f:15:

Und Klelty Sang; "The Here"many by Bernardlne faces of man's Chairman Club); (West Mrs.Melbourne Lee Johnson-, .. ",p,. and ,........ .t With lkl' .tip.* o.4 p...heN of

stein World; "Lucflle War I" *by.by Arnold Irving Were Lob- West Palm Melbourne Bay, Palm Woman's Bay Club Wo; Special! A & P Our Finest Quality APPLE I" PLEASE.. Jar, .CHt Crttmtr 79c PRUNE 1-Qt. l-Oi.JUICE Jr. lun.wH'17.

el"Little; Raccoon and the man's club.Bezdek. i! .". 111. 114.41... .... ('..,... pit 54*....ll-t-04...... .... *... S I
rap. lkr k Mn I
Thing in the Pool" by Lilian C
Moore Woodshed SAUC' 6 .I.LB. : 89 :uama: :ax .......... .._.__... __........._.I
tery" ;by"The Gertrude Warner Mys; Funeral _...._ .....!............._. .. ..............u.. ... .. ... ... ..
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"Little plum" by Rumer God. iiiiiiii 1x.ij : ,
den; "Bread, the Staff of Life" '
by Walter Buehr; "Science Riles TodayMrs. A ( PLAID [ QXTtL PLAID
Shows You How" by Kenneth Special! & P WHOLE or SLICED Small [ 15 STAMPS STAMPS
Bezdek, 82, I
.. M. Swezey.;;" -'AJulf""-'"* "". 808 PltlB'SC Josephine;QGnT1tlR V WIIhhl: ...pa..d ,"...... .f WILY SKI| ...,.. M4 ,kNk... ..rI.LB
"Greybeard" by Brian W a long illness. BEETS Tub Cdpte r.: 14-M. Jar Our Own
by Aldlss Mitchell; "The Wilson Panic; -Strlcken""Cowboy Mrs. Bezdek, born March 28, "'. ; 1 Dc TOOTHPASTE, .... 83eIr 1 r 0 INSTANT TEA, .... 39Ptmlly I

from CowviDe by Chuck Stan from 1882, came Walden here, N.eight Y. years ago ..... r..,...1.SAT.ed .hnrlh 11.741 Cu.. NN. 1 J td C.ep.H .JAY... .55.1.41......h .... .... .

ley; "Scented Gardens for the L.1JIIBx: :B:1I:1IBt J L.---! : .:.n n.'U'EBONY .. ...
Blind" by Janet Frame; "Em. She Is survived by one son, Spoclotl JAM Parker Dollcloui. ..
ergency Nurse" by Rosemound John Bezdek of Long Island ELEGANCESTAINLESS APPLE PIES U.$OL 39cKZ11U :Niliii : '
Hunt; City, N. Y and two sisters. H .1
"Stocks and Bonds" by Rose ;
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and Donald Sobol. Funeral services was held at TABLEWARE L Spocloll Jane Parker CrlipPOTATO : r "cara PLAID I
"Money" by Dyno Lowen- 9 a.m today at Smith funeral! STAMPS H 1
with Father.JXrniinik
stein; "Better Homes and Gardens Chapel .. ... ..... ... .. ...
Family Medical Guide" Gullay of SL Teresa's1 Roman 3PIECE SETTING Dot Mont Yollow Cling w5uhh p"* .. ( Wllk and koM ol
by Better Homes t Gardens; Catholic Church officiating.; Im ONLY I I'I 12.I. B* tl* Ann hq I I.LII.0... bunts
"Observer In Rome" by Robert terment will be to LaGrange DINNER KNIFE PEACHES HALVIS.r 3.1". : 85c CHILI SAUCE BEEF STEW ...... I"
McAfee Brown; 'A Vanished Cemetery under J direction of DINNER FORK QQC SLICID .......
World" by Anne Gertrude Speller Smith Funeral Home'. .,' DINNER TEASPOON if CANE h.,... ..In..d .hrash 11.5.4/.... 111.. 91' fa.,... i.LAS 0d .healh ..... Mn. !
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"View; from the Seventh (Other Pioco At Artrctlv Prices) 'UIN O. l/ .tllII1It.'KH.x........-.--................:.!.!....I I IUHrH..BBtII..1.............-.>..................-.:I
Floor" I FLOUR SELF RISING 5 lAG 39c ...........--......-.-.-...........
by W. W. ; The '' Star .
Titusyille : UI: :.' :M1JItIWI:. '
"Mississippi: the closed soc li'
"The iety" Life by of James Lenin"W.by Sliver Louis; Advocate, 1 1st in circulation GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS WASHINGTON LARGE FIRM ....nI&bt, PLAID 11

Fischer: "Business Purpose I: in North RED DELICIOUS RIPE FLORIDA' ,,,1\1'" PLAID'I I 50 STAMPS

Tick and R Performance""A by "II" III", ...,.. ... ,........ ., W15h III', ...,... ..4 ,........ .,
Kappel; Frede-I "' APPLES AVOCADOS .. '
tory of Medieval Brevard.' 1.Lk. J.Oi. Cn Rounty I I.Lk. Bag Dl.lo Cryilol
by Julius R. Wetnberg. i .l. CHICKEN STEW . S3< SUGAR ladY
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PELLETED0 Sweet, Juicy Fla. (Orange 5-lb. big 49c) ri={ :m PLAID: "l' MAID '


I FLORIDA LAWNS GRAPEFRUITDl i I BAG I LB. 3 9c W 1.5 Mb ...... and ,,..... .f. With /AI.. .pa and I r.h..a .f
S Baos .t 200 Northern I Roll of Doltoy
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GRITS Lily ,. ... Ub. .-*.. >.,. 21. FROZEN* HONEY BUNS .... ,.... ,.,. 29. t...... ..IAA... .,...114....1.... an. 1 Cap.. 1..CL.d 5h15 ... .... .

N.PREMIUM IC' SALTINES 1.lb. pkg. 29e 1..1 MOSTING MIXMorton' .............. ,12.... 211 ._.IItHtJlJI1aaB._.. .._.....__........:.. ..s...a I ..u_ u ..'a.u.._..._:_..__ _....__::1
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1R5. I WMlil.TOOTH. PASTS ",. Ia, ,.a .h. h2 WNITI Snit Kid TUNA Chunk ..".......... 641+.. ..It 2fe Sn. Only Phi fStampi

SUI"otKedent TOOTH PASTS ...... king' size 6f. /LOOK Anndrerle CARS 1 SIe"WAX .."... 22.0.,2 ftc rl' ,,, ./ ,0. .Gtt Hat Ciltt Palter

TOOTHBRUSHES .... each 6fc TANG 1-Ib. +.. Jot 77. w alit attAMK 1'Kr' n. roN1a/N, sec


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!/2 gal. bot. $1.42 reg. size 3Sc giant size 85c 6 for 65c 1.Ib. 2 for 35c giant size 79e
Iki r cos u'.sd.d bo'-e' f INh $ 9 9 I ALL
triads odod throughout bit 1 FLOUR5lb. I PRINCESS DIAL I k BLUE
..... ..-. S9c 2 bars 3Sc giant size 64c lb. l-oz. pkg. 1.29 reg. size 28c |3-lb. 1.oz. pkg. 81c



CITY SHIES ClMPUr PLAZA 3-lb.pkg. 81c Mb. 4-or. pkg. 4Sc quart 79c 35c ,.Ib. 25e ;

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Promoted TUB) NINTH JUDICIAL CIKcyrr. LTI3&C17LJ1' GLAMOR GIRLS .. ClassifiedAdvertlslna

MIAMI BEACH: FBDCRAL 8AV SATS am Aaency of tb.r.UUo.er. or FLORIDA, an Agency of the TO INJOY LIVING IN ONI

Plaintiff Petitioner DESIGNED AND WELL

C. PIBRCR hte wits and MR. Defendaott, Defendant. Publicities YOUR FAMILY CALL TO

his wife, IN THE NAME AND BY THE for Publication for Wed. -5NEW4BEDROOM-
Mrs. Daniel Coley of 519 Van. Defendant AUTHOKITT OF THE aTTATOr : OF ViE STATE OF TO. 11 A.M. Smt. For Mon.S .
Lane has been promotedto TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN cents per word
airman first class in the U.S. bin wifeResidence : and to.U parsons and and to all portona and ONLY $1JWO
Unknown peruse claiming or having any parties having or claiming any ALL CLASSIFIED: ADS! Situated en high woodedlot.
Air Force at Clark AB, Philip YOU ARID HEREBY: NOTIFIED rlfht title, laUraat eatate, mortgage right, title. Interest eatato, mortgage PAYABLE Hf ADVANCE
tbat a cult to foroolota a Mori- or other Hen to or oa tboee or other lien to or la tbaparoela Except: Established AccountsClaarlfled W.lk.. school andshopping.
pines. Lana baa been filed aralntt you certain Pamela I of 'land borelnattedaaorlbed of land hereinafter deaorlbed Display Rate On ejuJet $tro.t

III the thove Court by. the above and the following per and the following persona, Available OB Request of _1I.kept homo. UOO
Airman Coley Is an intelligence named Plaintiff. The propertylouabt sons, together wltb ail unknowpereoaa together with all unknown persons The Star-Advocate reserves down FHA-No down
to be foreclosed la aa fol claiming by. through or claimingby, through or under VA. A
In a unit that the privilege of revising or reJ.ntiog -
specialist known who dead or roil jewel.LUXURIOUS
are .
10..... under known persons who are persons advettleementwhich
supports the Pacific Air Force Lot U. Block D. Deleapln dead or who are act known te who are not known to be dea& or It a deems a r objectionableand -
Courte Replat, according to > dead o. allvel .lIvlI
of airpower to change the claealDcatlon
mission providing ECTION 'Io O-uoa .STATEROAD
the Plat thereof recorded In SECTION 70220-1401 I TAT
for defense of the U.S. and its Plat Book LI Page t, Publlo I ROAD 11....) BREVARD COUNTY I (I-M BREVARD of ordered any advertisement to conform to from tbt policy -
Recorda of Brevard County, NAME *. ADDREHSES
In the Pacific area. of Oil paper And at
allies Florida. Edward X. Jones, Trustee Cocoa Ino s price you can af
o/o Samuel J. Foosaner. President The War-Advocate will not ford. Has 3
Washington Building110th large bedrooms .
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The airman is a graduate of ,our Aniwer wltb the Clerk of tbe and New York Itraeta, NW 11 Newark Commerce 2. New) Street Jersey. ono be responsible Incorrect Insertion for more nor than willIt (enenteeI.E.. sop.arete .

Tltusville High School and a for Court and to per,. a copy upon Washington, D. COD 1X1.1. 1ZTJ SRD No. 1.33.1. taU 138.1 be liable for any error In ) 2 nice baths, all

mer student at Brevard Junior tbe 1ATHAN8ON Plaintiff Attorney P. O. Box IRVINO ee, Co Samuel Wolfaon .. Trustee w Samuel 3. Fooaaner aa Trustee advertliemonta to a greater extent mica cabinets, double ga,.
11 Commerce Street than the coat of the space
Cocoa. His wife Rosa one, Florida. I intor l the 182 Will Silk Itro.tHe" age, 12 x N screen porch.
College, .mrvr: ta Tork. Mew York Newark 3, New Jeraey occupied by the Item la th.advertisement. .
57th of 1064. yen Best home
SRD No. 133.1. 133.& IlLS now buy In
Calamba 128.1
of RD
Is .
linda formerly
all to do ao, a decree pro eon'esro
Henry T. Ogle All Departmental Whispering Hills
SECTION 10 O-24011 a TAT. .t only
will be entered atalnat
Laguna, Philippine Islands. for the relief demanded In you the ROAD a < "6) BRBVARD 'u1 Market Stract 1100 Hopkins Aye $19.900. Any financIng
COUNTY NAMES A. ADDRESSES a Knoxvllle Tennessee Dial 287-4711
Complaint.WITNKtfS. KissYon.nRednesi he lOad WRD No. 1371 J3T 4 ..
my band and the 8RD 123,1 P.ti,45.ee.rnne Office Hours f.00 to 1:80
BORROW PIT SECTION 70220-2403 STATE Malllnir Address, Drawer A -1-
neal of nald Court at Brevard
Couty, thin 1Mb day of October That lfo..rt1owa'bl" II South, e.ThI1 new hair spray is made especially for wigs. COUNTY ROAD (DESCRIPTIONS(1-05) BRBVARD Tltuavllle. ria. INDIAmWHTS.

Pattern 186. Range M Eaat SRD No. 133.1. 1J3.2, 1834Tmnstrtw
Printed /./ Curtis R. Barnes eaorlbed sa followaiCommenoa '. -- PIT- CENTRALAIR
Clerk of Circuit Court on the South boundary BORROW PIT No.: la LEFT OF
Byt Mary Jo* linger of Section T, Townrhlp U South STATION 225S+36.2. Special Notice
: Deputy Clerk Range 34 Baat, at a point .S43IS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Ol NOTICE A parcel of land In the NE'i of 3 bedroom e 2 bsttt
: (COURT BAL) font East from tha Southwest corner THE: NINTH JUDICIAL CIR Notice la hereby given that sealed NE"4 of Section IS Township 2. beauty can be yours for
Irving Nathanaon, EIOJ., of eald section 71 thence run CUlT: IN AND FOR BREVARI bids will, be received by the Board South, Range 85 Eaat: described only $1,650 down and
P. O. Box 6$. North ao2r40" Wont 170715 feet COUNTY.: FLORIDA of Publlo Instruction of Brevard aa followai $100 REWARD FOR
Cocoa, Florida h'noe run North "'02'20" East CHANCERT' NO. 21540NOTICK County Florida at the Office of Commence on the North boundaryof ition leading to the arrest $45.00 per me. Including
; Nov. 4, 11, IS 25 (Wed.) 1n... 1151." fail thenne run North Ml' OK HUT the Superintendent of Publlo In- Section ]1. Townahlp 24 South, and conviction of person who everything' t That's right .
ia'lO"- W.et. ., 1100- feet-to -tha 'Point FRANCES' LEE MALLO8.. otructlm of Brevard County U. I.HI.b..y lange 85 East at X point 4030: stole tools from Clinton $o5.00 per soo.. Is sill Rear
NOTICE FOR BID of Beginning tbenoe eontlnui No.1. Tltuavllle Florup feet East from the Northwest cor power
Sealed hid. will be received by North OO'48'IO'1 Wont 1000 feet to Plaintiff Ida. to 4 00 P.M. tEST) on the ner thereof, run thence South II.lS'a. Motel ; lawn fenced. Nice aa new

tba alrlf County Commission- tb. Northwest corner of Borrow V.. 1st lo4r.C December 1DS4, for tbe ." Eaat S4IS84 feet, thence In every respect. No quslifying. )-
era up I:45 o'clock A. X.November Pit No. 10)) thence run North SS' IAIII IIALLO" .:: South S"*H22" Wool, 561.6 feet to I Better hurry on
19, 1964, In tba Com 4'60" Eaat SOO feet) thence run Deloadla" NEW ELEMENTARY tb. point of beginning sold point Telephone . t
missioner' Room. In the Court outh OO'49'IO" Riot: 1000 feet; TOl SAM MALLOS SCHOOL "5" being the Northeast corner of Borrow Day 2676808Night this tntl I

bouse, Tltuavllle. Florida, fort thence run South in vl '60" Weal TITUSVILLE FLORIDA Pit No. U, run thence South 2671399ALCOHOLICS -16 --
Record Blndere. Filler Sheets 800 feet to tbe Point l of Beginning aiS Will Srd Street NIMS ELEMENTARY 9'5523" West 600 feet theses
and Throw Wheats with Index Containing 1 SOO.COO. square feet, (JS; Apartment No. lOt SCHOOL ADDITION South 00'04'a8" End eon feet, ANONYMOUS i NEW HOMES
Taba Consisting oft II) Record 17 aoree>. more or I.... Long Beach, California MIMI, FLORIDAat hence North 195533" Enl 800( If you want to drink, that's your,
Binder ((8 Direct Index Binders ALSO! HAUL ROAD FOR BORROW which time bids will be open- eet, thence North 0004'3S' business U want to stop IN COLONIAL HEIGHTS
sod I Indirect Index Bind PIT NO. 10 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ad and read aloud. Any bids received feet to the point of be you See assoclste
that a suit for divorce baa been after the specified time anddata 'Or5011I : drinking, that'i our business. our Pete Cat
That oft
Bid; specifications may be ob Section part T, Townahlp 21 South, lied against you In the Circuit will not be considered. !IAULI'ROUTH FOR BORROW too, at Colonial Heightsand "
tamed at the Clerk's Offlos la TI.luovlll. Range IS East; Court of lb. Ninth Judicial Clr- One ill copy of plans and spec PIT No. IS (PART) he will show you I of

1'1.. lying within 60 feet Easterly of a cult, In aol for Brevard Countv Ifloatlona may be obtained from That part ofNE NOTICEI the prettiest homes In TI.
All bids to be marked "Bid for lies daeorlbid aa follows Florida, entitled FRANCES LEE the Architect. Lemon *. Me.gln- % of NEIl of Section tl,
Binders. etc" MALLOS Plaintiff. Vs. SAM eon, 3323 S Washington Avense.Titusviuie Township 34 South Range 85Eaat hereby wish to give notice tuivllle. These FHA-VA
The Board reaervea tba right to iegln at tb. Northwest corner of MALLOS Defendant. ChanceryNo. Florida for a depo.lt ; that I will not be responsible financed beauties are com
\ \ and all bid.. Borrow Pit No 10 aa ..stnhiiohodnhove iM>40, Ton are hereby required of (Mime) Twenty-Five 1021.601)Dolaro lying South and within 50 feet
reject any 0040'lO"West for debts incurred by persons plete and ready for
: 'Jji JOB H. WICKHAM. I run North to serve a copy of your Anawer or and C'Fl) Fifty <(SMOO< ) 01 survey Una described aa fol- your
CHAIRMAN 800 feet more or. leaa to Bar other written defen.ee to the Dollar Said deposit to be refunded lowlt other than myself. family. Prices range from

BOARD OF COUNTY lareln detcrlbed. omplalnt fllnd herein upon after plane are returned to the 1I..ln.t Northeast corner or Hobert W. Galloway $15,000 to $17,000. Don't miss
ton Road and the and of the line
COMMISSIONERS, tISTICE MoCARBT. Attorneys Architect In good condition within Borrow Pit No. 15, as described
Oct. 21 28 Nov. 4 (Wed.) 1964 these!
RREVARD COUNTY. Containing lOBE square feet for Plaintiff. P. O. Box .... Cocoa ten (10) dave after bid date. shove, run theses North ID'5533'
(.S46 acre), more or !.... each Florida and to file the
or will be 0NO
FLORIDA Deposits not refunded unless East tILlS feet to the end of aaldurvey -
OWNED BTi SAMUEL WOLF.ION. urinal thereof In the office of the bona fide bid la received
a line
Wed 1864.iw
Nov. 4, 11 ( ) ;
aa Truatee of tbe Valley Chrk of the Circuit Court of Braard or notification of Intention "'not raid Borrow Pit and Part of Haul QUALIFYING!

Aaeoclatee Trust County, Tltuavllle, Florida to bid" Ii received before the bid Route containing 329 acrea more Animals
NINTH HUJlg i.ug'RC8TU OF SRD 137.1.BORROW 117.1 on or before the bOth day of Nav' data. Additional eeta may be pur or lens. ASSUME EXISTINGFHA

FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRE PIT .mb.r, AD 1M4. chased for (Mime) Fifteen OWNED BT| JOHN D. MacART- LOAN

VAliD COUNTY That part of I HEREIN FAIL NOT or a Do (IIS.00) Dollar per complete net. HUR and wife CATHERINE This FHA FHA resale. home
: IN CHANCERT.: CASH" NO. The itt of Section K, Eaat of ree Pro Coafeiao will be entered One (SI.00) Dollar per plan sheet MacARTHUR DACHSHUND PUPPIES, Oak
:294H3MONTOAnn Flake Boulevard Township 31 galnet you for the relief prayed I Tan Ito) Cento per specifications SUBJECT TOl MORTGAGE recorded wood Trailer Park. Barton may be |Inns for you. Near
rORKlLOHCK South Range M Eaat for In said Complaint. I page and ("B") Twenty-Five In O. R. Book 79. page 530: trailer ly new 3 B.R. e 2 bams en
& FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS lying within 24 feet Easterly' of a DONE AND ORDERED at Tluevllle IJ6.00) Dollar; per complete ant, In favor of COCOA INC. and Street. Brown after quiet street In Imperial
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF line described aa followti ; Florida, thla :27 day of One WOO Dollar per plan sheet MORTGAGE recorded In O. R 5:30.:
NEW tfMYRNA. etc. Commence en the Kaat boundaryof October A. D. 1M4. Ten (lOc) Cents per epeclflcatlonapagw. Bonk 425, page 17 In favor of E.t..... Make reasonable

Plaintiff Section 30, Township OI:7.. Said amount not to be refunded. SAMUEL J. FOO8ANER: Trust- cash payment for owner's
.".. Range 8S Eaat, at a .M CURTIS) R. BARNES Deposit or checks should Boats For Sale equity and move In for
KATHERINE!: C. BUTLER!: formerly font North from tbe Southeast Clerk of the Circuit Court be made payable to the Architect. S7; No. 1371, 137.4BORROW
Catherine C. Olaaa, and RON corner thereof) aald point being oa for Bretard County FloridaBy I PIT only $102.00 per "' 0. total I

I ALD BUTLER bar husband, i a curve concave to the Southwraterly V. S. PencilerDeputy Each: bid shall be accompanied bya i BORROW PIT No. 1 a RIGHT payment. .
Defendant and having a radlua of 1731.'5 Clerk caabler'a check or bid bond In STATION 3314+40.85 CHRISTMAS IS JUST
9189 -
NOTICE Or SUIT feet; thence from a tangent hear.ingot (COURT SEAL) the amount of o* of the bid. payable A parcel of land In the NWU, of
5-10-12 TOI KATHERINE C. BUTLER North 4CSSM" Wish, ran Out 3S, Nov. 4, 11, II (Wed.) 1.S4THB to the Board of Publlo In NW'4 of Section 10, Township 24 AROUND THE CORNER CHOOSE FROM 3

formerly Katherine C. GI.... Northwesterly along said curve liruotlon at Brevard County.Florida South. Range 85 East, described aa NOW IS THE TIME
M-14-16 and RONALD BUTLER barhuaband through" a central angle' of S24'ii aa evidence of good faith follows; Levely brick a c c e n te d ,
wboae' a dlatanoo of 540.48 feet to the and guaranteeing that the tbe North boundary TO PUT THAT
L-18-20 auc Commence on
homes. You will
of said curvni! thence run agree
and address la to oeeeful bidder will execute and of said Section 10 at a point 150 SPECIAL GIFT FOR HIM
Printed Pattern US ; plaintiff.TOU North M'03'10" West, 74SS1 feel NINTH JUDICIAL CIR furnlah to the Board of Public feet East from tbe Northwest oor you cant find better constructed
Misses' AND EACH Or YOU are to ft point of beginning; thenoe CUlT: IN AND FOR BREVARDOUNTT : Inetruotlon of Brevard County ner thereof run thence South 00* IN LAYAWAY homes In Bro
Bliea Small '
(10 11) FLORIDA.
hereby notified that a complaintto run South II 10S4S1 Florida a bond issued by a Surety 13'8S" East 50 feet thenoa North
O'biit; :
I yard County. All have 3
Medium (14, IC); Large (IS, foreclose a certain mortgage feet to tha end of bereladeecrlbed. CHANCERY NO. 4S4HOTICB Company licenced to do business It.&8'22" Eaat .9.." feet to the COMPLETE LINE

10)I. Medium 1 yards .IDch. made by Katherine C. Olaaa to TO APPEAR In Florida., and Hated by the United Nortbweat corner of Borrow Pit OF BOATING ACCESSORIES bedrooms, beautiful kitchens -
Flrat Federal Savlnga and Loan ALSO) That part of: ANII nrrjcNnIMMIB States Treasury Department No. 19 and the point of begin enclosed ..r.....
FIFTY CENTS In coin. for Aieoolatton of New Smyrna en The SH\ of Section M. Rant SHERREL REEVES.: : aa acceptable, for 100% ef the nine; continue thence North SS* Indian River City.CHARMING.
this pattern add 15 cents numborin the foiiowiog d.ecrlbedCroporl of Flake Bouleverd Towaahtp Plaintiff ooatract price, within ten 001 1022" East (00 feet, thence South Rogers Outboard
for each pallet for Ist-class In Brev.rd County, Ploy- 21 South Range SS Eaet; 'V. dam after being awarded the OO'OO'Sf East 550 feet thence
>nailing and special hindling.i.nd I lying. within 21 feet on each aide RUTH ANN REEVES.: contract, said bond guaranteeing South 89-59'33" West 600 feet 1103 Garden St. 267-6414
; land the SB U of a center Una described aa fol- the of 9601.dt
A tract of la performaaoe-pevment said thence North 0000 88" Weet .
to 170 Newspaper I'lit.I of lb. SB <,4 of Seotlon k3, Iowa TOl RUTH ANN REEVES:Defendant.: contract, the premium of said t. to tha point of beginning. ,j I "...< .. ;. v "
I tern D pt.. 232 West 18th St., Township tl South Rang 85Kaat Commence on tba Beat boundary d.foedaotReeldenop bond to b. paid by the said con : & Const. 3B.R.ASSUME .
New York 11, N. Y. Send :50r In Brevard County K1or //II.n 20, Township 35 loath. unknowa tractor. HAUL ROUTE FOR BORROWPIT FHA LOAN
'for our new Tall-Winter 1'attm Ida. being all of Lot 6 :la Block' Rest, at a point 474 SI No bidder may withdraw his bid No. 1*

I< Catalog' Coupon Inside 4. per unrecorded plat of F. feet North from the Southeast YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED for a tCrldlIoC :tbl'1rpe:1 That part of tba NW,4 of NW'iof Located In attractive area
L molne, laid tract being more corner thereof Mid point being, hat complaint for divorce lee after :: Section IV, Township 34 South, NIDY CONSTRUCTION residentlali between old Dixie Hwy.
Rood /or On. Free ,Pattern. on a curve concave to the Southwesterly
artiuulariv described a* tui- thereof. 85 East lying South ant
ol .been filed against you In the Clr- Range commercial and remodeling and U.S. No. 1. This wall
and having a radlue
The contractor will bo required
low., le-wlti Begin at an Iroa within 50 feet of a Una deecrlbedaa .
cull Court of the Ninth Judicial
rod In the North right-of-way. 57211.. feet thence from a tangent complete I said proloct within followsBegin 12 years in Tituivilla. kept resale home features
Circuit la and for Brevard Count, :
line of a 50 ft wid. atreet, per bearing of North 44'SIM" West, Florida entitled JIMMIB SHER- :. time set forth In bin bid. at the Northwest corner 01! Licensed and bonded. large bedrooms, two complete

Lemolna Plat, which point of run Northweiterly along laid curvi REL REEVEg plaintiff ".. RUTH The successful bidder If any, will Borrow Pit No. U ae described Phone AM 7-2326. heMs, large land-
through a central angle of 134:
notified within II
beginning la North t dngr.eiII' will be five ( ) above, run thenoe South nEIS22"West
Rant 1'13.10 feet dlatant IS" a dletence of Vf": ".41 feet to theend ANN REEVES: defendant and you days after the bid I. accepted 499..U feet to the end of aald csped lot. Reasonable
OTKK\ FOR MIDI from the Norlbw..t ennor of of eald thence run are required to serve a oopy of The Board Of Public Inatructlonef line aa herein described cash fr equity and assume

Sealed bldi will be received by Lot 1 In Block 1 of John FredMorgnn'u North thenre WlW'10"run South West OO'U'IO"74SS1 East feet: omplalnt your 'answer on or the pleading plalatlffa to the at.torneys Brevard County Florida, relorvee Said Borrow Pit No. 19 and Haul CampingHunting FHA pmts. of $117 per "' ..
the right to reject and
the Board of County Commission- Subdivision as per i any Routs CONTAINING 795 sense
.re up until S:46 o'clock A. M.. plat thereof recorded In Plat 10413 feet ,. a Point of Begin* Babcock Street P, O. Box 1015 all bids and to waive any Inform more or leaa exclusive of area now for appointment
1864 In Com.ml..loa.r' Book T of the Brevard nine; thence continue South 00 i alltlee. tho of for In- te Inspect.
November 19, the 1. page ,> Eau Oallle. Florida and file the within right way
Roam In the Court County Florida public 'etnrdp.proceo.i U 10 Beat 1771.01 feet to the end Tbe Board of Public teretate Highway No. 95. FLORIDA. CAMPER. sales and
original In the V -5-
bouee. Tllu.vllle, Florid., for: tbenca from said point of this center line deacriptlon.Containing ffloe of anawer the Clerk or pleading of the Circuit Instruction of Brevard OWNED BYI HENRT T. OGLE rentals winter rates. 2478
Material' and Labor for complete of beginning along aald rightofway ISS70 square feet County Florida SUBJECT TO MORTOAOE ....- Old Dixie 267-1584.
Court on or before the 16th day of Highway, PICK YOUR
<(OS1< acre), mere or less, exoluelve Woodrow J. Dsrd.n.Supsrtntsedent .
Inalallatlon of counter line Knot S3.50 feel November 1.... corded In O. R. Book 685 page V
unit to eonalst of cablnete to thence North 0 degrees 12' of area In right of way for State 497 la favor of the Eatate of CAMPER REASONABLE.
bourn microfilm jacket. with Knit 125 feetl thence West Road S U-Set If you fall to da ao, Judgment Hey 4. 11. IS (Wed) 1M4. I Harry Zltreen. deceased; THEL See COLORS
double awing action (ate. Complete 8350 feet; thence South 0. da. OWNED BTI EDWARD K. b y default will be taken against MA ZITREEN. JACK WEI8OLA8S at second house north of 2! large homes
unit to emend the width (rose 13 Weal 195 feet to the lONER aa Truitoe on for the relief demanded labTHi" IN THE: CIRCUIT Yl'l'Tc'l.1: and FIRST NATIONAL Kelly's Block plant Minis. now going up
of room, approximately 17 point of beginning, SUBJECT: TOl MORTGAGE recorded laint. THE NINTH DI BANK OF MIAMI Executors of en Singleton Road One 4
.... )Iai been filed. In tbl Court la O.R. Book 140 page S3 NOTICE shall be publlah CUlT IN AND FOR BREVARD eeld Estate B.R. end one 3 B.R. .
igalnat you and each of you. and held by BARNETT NATIONAL COUNTT FLORIDAIN TAKE NOTICE!: that a Dsclar&tles -
once each week for four con Child Care priced U,700 and $16,200
Bid epeclflcatlona may be ob. you are hereby required to tileyou ooutlvo. weeka In THE TITUS CHANCERY of Taking his. been filed In
U timid at tko Clerk's Office In1Muusviiis anewer r or other defense to TAKE NOTICE that a Declar. ILLE STAR-ADVOCATE. an.w.p.per NO. 3126 the above-styled cause by the respectively. Large ever
ria. laid suit In the office af the Clerk atloa of Taking baa .lien filed In of general circulation NOTICE TO APPEAR Petitioner the acquiring authorityof CLEAN. RESPONSIBLE home alied lots! May we chew
All bids to b. merk.d In- of the Circuit Court of Brevard the abovo-atyled cause by the I. Brevard Countv. Florida.DONE tnv rtniirATioi: ) i tb... proceedings of the taking you the.., FHA. VA or
stallatlon of Counter Vnit'Tb. County, Florida, at the Brevard Petitioner the acquiring authorityof AND ORDERED at Tluavllle JACK R. COUR8HON. aa Norn of the above-described landa.for infants and smut children ,
Board reserve the right to Count Court Houae In Tlliiivllle thou prooeodlnga, of the tak \ Florida thla lath day of- Inee of the Truateee of FIRST the purpoee net forth In OhsPstltios preferred. IRC. 267-7258. cenv. flnlncl", .
reject any and all blda. Florida, oa or before the 16th day log of the above-deaorlbed lands.fur October, 1SS4.CURTIS. MORTGAGE INVESTORS. aMaaeachueelta In this gauss, via: Ae -u-
cf November A. D. ]118.. and to tbe purpoeo set forth In the bualneea trust borrow pita for a portion of State KIDDIE KEEPERS fenced
Joel H. WICK HAM, serve a copy thereof on the plain Petition In this cause "1..; Al borrow H. BARNES. Clerkof Plaintiff. i. Road No. (1-95) In Brevard BADGE
CHAIRMAN llff'a attorney, C. Wlnaton Smith, pita for a portion ,of State the Circuit CourtSF1 County Florida, and that the yard 267-1570.
BOARD OF COlTMTr Poet Office Box 437, not N. Dixie Road No S (I-S6) In Brevard V. LUCILLE: a. 'DAWKINS and Honorable William O AbrIdge.,
S SpaegisrDeputy CAUSEWAYs
(COMMI8HIONKRM Freeway, New Smyrna Beach County Florida, and that the Clerk her huaband. If anvl et ak. one of the Judge of the Circuit CHILD CARE by hour, day, or

BKr""ARD COUNTY, Florida. If you fall to do 10, judgment Honorable William O. Akrldge. Circuit ("ourtfe.1 DefendanteTO Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit week. Indian River Heights. I |last 3 miles from these
on. of the Judges ef the Circuit O. DAWKINS and day of
FLORIDA by default will be takenagalnat O88ETTER *. POE LUCILLE of Florida, will on the 26th
qoy. 4, 11 (Wed) W64 you for the relief soughtIn Court of Sits Ninth Judicial Circuit ttorneye for plaintiff -, bar buaband. If any, October, A.D. 1B64. at P45: AM- 267-5766. 3 and 4 bedroom beauties.
tha corn taint. of Florida will on the Mtb day efOctober (RESIDENCE UNKNOWN) la the Branch Courthouse atRockledge. Select from I completed
A. D. 9II., at S:4: A kiln Rae Oallle. Florida said Continued On Next Pago
and consider
notice shell be Florida
This publishedcnua the Branch Courthouee at Oct 14 31, 2$. Nov. 4 (Wed) 1M4.N homes and move In te-
earn week for four oon....- Each and all unknown perseen Declaration of Taking appointappralaera.
utive veeka In lb. Tltuevlll atar Rockledgo. Florida consider aaldDeclaration parties and defendantswho and make such Order TOP CASH merrowl Priced $15,250: te
Advocate, of Taking appoint claim by through, under aa tbe Court drums proper. All S15,'50. Only $550 down
The Titusville Star- DONE AND ORDERED at Tl appralaera, and make such Order THE CIRCUIT COURT OF or against the aforesaid partlee to tbe suit and all partIes In 3 minutes for good used FHA No down VA. See

tuavllle, the County Seat nf Bra- ae the Court deems proper. All THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT LUCILLE: O. DAWKINSand Interested nay 50 poaran d brbeerd Furniture. these I
Yard County Florida o* thin the parties to the lull and all partleeIntereated Or FLORIDA IN AND -. bar huaband. at tea lime and place derlaa GREER McMORRIS INC.Repossesied .
IJth day nf October 1M4. may no puree 4 be 'roll BREVARD COUNTY If any whether aa epouiee.helra ated. -
Advocate 1st in circulation CURTIS R. 'A1tN':; Clerk heard at the time and Place designated. i CHANCERY Nt). 3U1SNOTICB devisees graateee asalgneea You and eech of you are here. furniture outlet
of circuit Court In and for OF BUT llenora. eredltora by commanded 10 appear by filing 543 U.& 1 IRC or (10 S. Hopkins $395 DOWN
Hrevard County, Florida. Tou, and each of you arehereby trustees or otherwise ae to an Anewer to the Petition heretofore Tituiville
By! V. S. Ifpnnginrt.poiv commanded appear by I FEDERAL NATIONAL MORT each and all of whom residence filed In this cause In the en AND MOVE -
in North Clerk filing an Answer lo the Petition GAGE: ASKOCIATION. a eorpor ie unknowai titled Court, On or before November 267-1389 Day or Night NO QUALIFYING)
CIRCUIT COURT HKAU: hmetcfore filed In this cauae In Ion organised and exlatlng ua and :IS, 1964, la show what right Ie
I 2 bedroom home
C. WIN8TON SMITH the entitled Court on or before d.r aa Act of Congreee pursuant Each and all unknown p_ title. Interest or liana you or any .art* *
P. O Box 437. November Iii. 1M4. to show what 10 the Federal National Mortgageeaoclatlon eons parties and defendant, of you have In and to the above tated In Brentwood fit.stes. .

Brevard. fttt N. DUIe Freeway, right, title, interest or Hone you Charter Act. having aa to each and all of whom described landa. and show cause M.. ,mta. only U5
New Mmvrna Beach Florida.' nr ney 01 you. bave 10 and tl tbs Its principal office. la the City ofWaihlngtoa. residence Ie unknown having why the name should not be taken ROCK GARDENNURSERY Including ...rythl", Make
Atioreny fur PI.laUff.Ocl. above-deicrlbed landa and show Dlatrlct of Columbia. or claiming to have .." for the uses and purpoeee lit forth
U. 21. 21. No" 4 4WU 19414. cause why the lame should not betaken Plaintiff, right, title or Interest In or la the Petition filed herein.WITNEH8 small down payment andIt
for the uies and purpoeee va.HARLES to the following described my Hand and the. Is yours I
set forth la the Petition filed property, which I. the sub. Seal of said Court on this 9th day
Berlin (' C. WARD and MILKED Joel matter of the above at October A. D. 1S... -1-
GLAMOR GIRLS WITNESS my Hand and tbs > 1., WARD. his Wife and styled ..u.., vial CURTIS R BARNE Get Acquainted SALEIs
Seal of said Court m this Stb. day HELEN: D. MILLER: Lot 173, Unit 1. HamptonHomee CLERK OF THE CIRCUITCOURT. Now Going On WANT TOBUILD
of October.. A. D. 1M4. Defendants. Subdivision according IN AND FOR

CURTIS R. BARNES TATE: OF FLORIDA lo the plat thereof ae recorded BREVARD COUNTY, -EXAMPLELlemtrum ?

COl'RT. IN AND FOR BRE TO CHARLES C WARD aad of tee Publlo Reoorda BTi Alice M. Maateraoa . fnm 15Se We have the builder, the

VARD COUNTY. FLORIDA. MILDRED L WARD his of Brevard CountY Florida; a.utr Clerk lots, the financing, the
Eli Alice M. Maateraoa wife. Jluntlngton. Weal VIr- together with the following f ) our ad every FrIday
Deputy Clerk glnta' and HELEN: D. MIL* One (I) OB refrigerator. TRIed JAMES J RICHARDSON 3225 OLD DIXIE HWY. plans All yen need Is the)

( RICHARDSON Lilt. Hartford Avenue Ex One (1) OB raage JM I4IV Holland Building between Tituivllle & Mimi urge. Yhy dent you come
JAMES J. tension Byram, Connecticut. Ono (1) OE heal pump, WTC T.II.Flort"a In and wo will discuss it
Hollanit Building Petitioner. M mile north ol Lagrange
34 n Of Counsel for the
Tallahaaaee. Florida hereby notified that Including the building and appurtenances Oct 14. 3U 38 Nov. 4 (Wed.) 1.... Cemetery ver s pet of hot ceffee.0 .
Of Counael for the Petitioner.Oct. .uTtou..ro :
filed. agalaat located thereon :367-2989 -
14. It. a. Nov. 4 W.dJ) 1S44.Hj and each of you. In the above and together with the fura*

ntttled eauee aid that you are Itu.... furnlehlaga and finturessituated FOR RENT

quired to file your answer orether therein and locatedthereon. NOTICE or nwfINTloN' TO
responsive pleadlega with Bage5oTES PICTITCOIO NASI Country Club Height. 3 bed.rooms
the Clerk ef this Court aid ,. YOU, AND EACH OF YOU are In eompllaaco with Houae JIm t baths, butrMre
nor.. a copy tb.roof aeon the hereby notified that n Cemplaistbee \ Mf4 .
) No. 117$, Cbapter Number :3uel. and
P"'I.llfC PI..IItl'' been flied the abovenamed rsngo even, family
.4) or AU...,.. by Lawa of """d.. Acts ef !1M1
wbnue and .dd... and room, fireplace enclosedgerago
name Ie ] Plaintiff against yen the underalgne4 will rgttar with
: Nelghbars C'rollo.. Brewer A H 011. of forecloee snortgaga -
0 nd. 100 each you to a the Oerk of tie Circuit Court In fenced ,aN. $1"pot'
Palm A..III. Ylteavilie. Florida. on the abov-deacr1ho4 propsrI *
ltJ) not later than November County Florida npoej 11II.
In abova-etyled
:II 1154. the cause ef of -"o
receipt proof
It fail <. do.., and ef *f
pee a Decree you and each yon are tale notice. tko followIng flctlUoue -N-
Pre Coafeee will be entered again. hereby required ta file aa Answer
.._.tl-Wltl; Ryan RosIly under
it you tor the relief demanded in or ether Pleading reeoonelvehereto
lbs complaint. ThIs suit te te fore. ( with the Clerk of the which 1 em engaged In Reel. CALL TODAY!
Eatale list
toee ... .. The and al Magnolia Ant. Indian
a .ort. real proa above-entitled Circuit Court
City. n and
''''proceeded.. agalnat. lei t. servo a sop of suck Anewer thathe
1 ndor lgno4! II the only per The
or other reaponalve' Pleading noon Home Buyer's64eppiitg
Let U Block 4A. .f PORT he Plalatlffe Alt.....$.. COt'S'IRON I eon Iamete4 tat sold bulaeta.Dated Center"SUTTON
MALABAR UNIT TWO. 1701 at Tlleavtrl Florida. this.
cenllag la the Plat thereof ae AND COfRSHON. 2.d day of IC."., A.D. I....
rerordeo Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach
/ In Plat Book IS at Florida oa or before lbs :38rd day Robert Ryan
III... 4. II. IL 50. iWet) t8M.
Tage St. ef the Public Recordaof .f November. 194 otherwise the
Rreverd Ceynty Florida. Ifegatlona ef eald Comvlalnt will
WITNESS my band and eeal be taken ae confessed bv ,...
lr15v1,4 .f Mid Court at THuevllle. Breard DONE: AND ORDERED at the F;
Ceuaty. Florida, thla. MIl Bronrd County Courthouse TI- If you have rental b ASSOC. REALTY CO.
day of October. 1.... t...."... Florida tkla iOta day
e* October, im. 153 S* WASHINGTON
CURTIS R. BARNES: CIRCUIT COURT SEAL housing list it in Office Ph.3 Homo
... Phej
-. fWr s.f lie Circuit Court CURTIS R. BAKNC J1NG ,
hY106 bos$445 Krevard County nerlda Clerk of tha ekove-eatltled EU-ISIS

"They'd be my favorite movie frgm if it weren'tfor 1 ..ft. up here ts let lIt V, S SpanglerDeputy Clerk Circuit.y V. S Court. SpanglesDeputy The Star-Advocate! 2679440I W..w4

HEB. away from the pod takcni* (COURT tIC A... ClerkCM.

Oct. :1. :L Nov. 4. 11 (Wrd) Ukt a. a Kav, i U (WedJ 114.


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(OoDtinMd frrnn;; pmHifc page) For Rent For KentotCIS'Oft ENVELOPES
For RentAPARTMENTS For Rent Swims Si/m,
HINT" for milling. Full stock: at
ET ChUd The Lost of a park ofl'lJar'tlt'S Stir-Advocate
(': -- FOR RENT NICE 3 BEDROOM 2 bath HOUSES FOR RENT, On U.S. L prim fetation, call
10I day will
ELDERLY 'WOMAN desire home, double carport air- _*&866. per .
) rT> by<tiBS ip 4wo borne. 12 FURNISHED, BRAND new 2 comBttentag $ISIS TRAILER CABANA; adults. ROOMS FOR RENT- I buy an curllont Christmas WANTED MMMMHMMMMMM
per dy, pw week. Exper bedroom, an modern, central Sutton It AaMcMe turn west Ellis Law, flrt I. Prisent for your I LET US
ienced, exeefient reference heat and airconditjontnii Co. Phone 267-W40. mOAtlal1'l house right, S mite north TltuaviM PRIVATE ENTRANCE and children "FOREST HILLS
I : A r : No children under 12. $110; *. I bath, quiet .1 ot 2 men, $10 ESTATES"JUST BUILD YOUR
207.05/6 or 2674604UNFURNISHED weekly, phone :2674090 WORLD BOOK
; For Rent bath, Fla. room. Whispering :3 BEDROOM. BATH furnished. A FEW LOIS HOMEIN
I I' I BEDROOM HIU. $ISO monthly. CD 2<7- Carport utility room corner PRIVATE ROOM gentlemen Representative
I .. apartment $70. Adult Inquire 3669. lot Near Nasa Ciineway,, only $12-1. $16-2. J6T4741.ROOM i BEAUTIFUL
I FOR. RENT 609 Tropic Street $135 month. 3674833:! after 5. 267.4775 CHAS.JANNARONETltuavWe
tI K. 3 BEDROOM BATH IRC, I 1N PRIVATE homo, Shopping Center FOREST HILLScall

1s J. Floor Phone Sanders AM Polishers 7-8255 _DUPLEX FOR RENT Phone 387.3488.VNFURNISIED. OFFICE FOR RENT I able Breakfast 267.5759.ROOM and. tench11. avail- after S by apt. only AM T-S441 today

1 BEDROOM EXCELLENT location 3. bedroom Air conditioned office or retail
Factory Outlet nicely furnished, including house 2 tilt bath*. Large and service spices. Excellent FOR rent, with kitchen : HAWKINSCONSTRUCTION
_. .
living room, built-in ring, locations, in 267-0610 before 5, -- -- -- _
Baldwin! fcnbppintf Center electric, water. $125 new privilege -- --- CO.
monthly. 1009 Jones after II.. carporte and utility room. ... after 5, 2074666.ATTRACTIVELY 267-2061
I 'APARTMENTS FOR RENT 5.30: p.m.2BEDROOM. I $12500 month. 267-1928. SEE
F LORI DAN APARTMENTS CARPORT air Is BEDROOM 2 bath swim REALLTORARTZ private bath. TV close to
(close In,.efficiencies, weekly, conditioned. Kitchen furnished. ming pool unfurnished $140( 1141*$. Hopkins Avenue, TI. Cape and downtown facilities. \.(
,monthly pate, sir condition $100 month lOtS English monthly, 267-3267 Zeit e tusvffie'2676100. Ideal for. Iwo gentle 5 ACRE TRACTS
,ed 417 Julia Street Street Evan. NEW men. Low. weekly rate. 267- MOVE RIGHT IN!
, BUILDING office spice 9389. S Acre clone to I 95 Inter
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT, FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath, large US. '1 So. Tituiville, 2,000 thing Priced at $11,000,
; newly decorated, furnished 2 bedroom central' house and grounds unfurnished *q. ft. 2672849. (Continued on next page) with term.
267-0619. heat and air 261.3070.ROYAL $125 monthly Bessie Cib- ti" THE BEST BUY IN
ella 2671643.FURNISHED 3 Acres with 660 ft. route No

FOREST HILLS 48 frontage Priced $16.500,
COLONIAL children maximum.3 bedroom$125. ,2673146. 2- "North revard'. Oldest Real Estate Service" J with term.

S Acres Just north of city
GARDEN APARTMENTS &Ul limit off Old Dixie. Pricedat
tJ 4I .
ortu C3R S22.000.RAY
'I'Q !
& an
"Welcome. to Gracious Liyfng"Locafed.one'rilJht CITY t Jl(; Ix ; LISTINGS NEEDED

Beautiful brick 4 bedroom 2 4o13ou1A tdspaacwastMlua t 1 We have buyer waiting
north of highway 50. west of U. S. No. bath, family room with fire- 44 1res.aa Call Mr. Luck
1, with river privileges convenient to everything! place, 2.car garage, central AM t.4ku "
equal distance to either causeway yet with an atmosphere heat, and air. Intercom. Lovely k flti' .
of a country estate Luxuriously finished wall to CARPENTER
will carpeting, each apartment different with ill own 15 x 30 screened enclosed IN THE MARKET FOR A NEW HOME? ::' 2200 SQ. FEET OF QUALITY CONSTRUCTION
swimming' Home witheverything.
personality Individual utility and storage room, 12 .pool. ,3 Realty
cubic feet automatic defrosting 2 door refrigerator one $1900 dawn You FHA must see terms this Drive out Singleton Avenue (detour road construction FISHER S. US 1, Tltusvtlle, 2678813
central TV system costs no more and less than other ) to new bi-level home. This 2000 square foot
its equal Spaciously landscaped private ground INDIAN RIVER home can be reproduced for 2120000. Including
and many other: inviting features. Available December1st.
CITY heat, air, dishwasher and disposal and many other ti} CONSTRUCTION CO.
NOW RENTING extras. In addition over twenty models from whichto
2-New 2 bedroom air condi coose ranging from 162000. This communityhas 2670564OWTOUK
tioned homes. Refrigerator,
W. J. SMITH built-in range drapes, car. sewer, water, paved streets and side walks "r GeorgeBarley.
Realtor PHONE 267-3511 port, 1 furnished' 1 unfurnIshed fireplugs and street lights.SALESMAN .
$920 down. No Qualify ON PREMISES. .
ing. A good buy.

tOrnanCoHuauREALTORS& W'IJIUlJ J'/ir. Inc.

Dial AM
116 Thorton Avenue. Lovely 7201Da, Night or Holidays
3 bedroom family room. 2
3 4 BEDROOM baths, double carporte. Many
extra Out.of.town owner ) BEDROOM, 2 Bath,
anxious to aeU.INDIAN. ESTATES on Tltu Art, 13.200,
.2 BATH LUXURIOUS fenced In yard built In
34HMOOM electric
,. RIVER range
Cory bedroom
"K Lovely high lot
building on I SERENaV SUBURBAN N.wat. Modes tto .
Largo Bdrom W Film St 100 x 123. $3500. I DESIGNED IIIOIt deveiepnunt m baths, built.In
YET ONLY MUNJTISTOKASACAUStWAY. the wool Moll "the prlcol rang and oven.
FOR BITTER Masonry,with brickit"e big" IcnoV Screened largelot
.. metcipod porch
W have excellent Investment
Family Room. t- SHOffINO CENTER yordt Colonial' aluminum' 1 Better hurry, only I'I
) properties for ale or lease. AND NI SDpOIl LIVING windows a fie baths with' Ml color I IftrivrM $U per month after ,

I Central Air Condltl. \JUST", j 2 bedroom duplex for rent I cl..... with a" torresi lowered floor door a a ipodeus double Jtllrflne I down paymentRENTALS ''I,

nlng and Ht Arthur S. Griffith olaa door everl.eklne yards flkulIMn II I

Reg. Real Estate Broker! 3 AND 4 BUS.I,1J4,2H IV (acki a Pie window tills. e SEVERAL Excellent II
uNllty room 40-gallm wator "hwterCINTIAl furnished and unfurnished
2502 S. Hopkins Ave. lATHS
i MAT *oMrto driveway* horn** for rent in
267-8626 or 267.522.4MOVE e end MOItII ntunvllle. II
I Fully air conditioned I
$11,500-$14,050 M leouriM kltdion.IvTWr To",Mrongo central tinted $ bedroom
COLEMAN BROS. I INIMMEDIATELY .ti.tul. ',"'.... 00 with' "heed *. .".., Double W bath tpts. Enclosed I
.......lvIeewafvI /eedesea Inki, FormlM .oblnHlWODILJ I garage, close to I
a ash,.....MNe hopping A school. $133 ')
"Off Old Dixie Highway"LOOK ... II I I'I'monUl.
1.3 Bedroom, 2 bath, Florida
I .....
for the Sign elr M -
room central hut and air. 'II
.08Nes !
267-8543 Acre and Jillot. Total price Of INtil ,FROM $80 MONTHLY
$15,900. Term . oa7WltwsvePtosNmd or "UhIDIIoDi
2. Two FHA homes now under While TRIM NOW krdudine "dnalpb' In"" at. ......
construction in Port St. from r Imw.nce' h.u. eN NtNAR

John. $15,00000 each. '
Model Can Be Sern. 13,950

One of this areas Better Builder plan to start 5 new from present builder in *7S'fa
homes in the Forest Mill area very shortly. .H.A. TERMS area.
3. Several! lot available,
Choose your Jot and plan NOW. CU for Information. we VA

WHISPERING LAKES COLEMAN will needs.build Call to Todiy CONST.suit your home CO. FHA-I500DOWN-NpTNta DOWN N, IINGLIfOKAVI. 'TITUIVllit itA, .'H'. 261..146.

large'S'bedroom. 2 baths home with central heat and aIr 267.2039 (N.gaht Gddw
conditioning. Osrsge. Only 4 months old. $1250.00 down
and sssurae mortgsge. Payment $105.00 PL

..'. ... .
flumes i- 8 ready to occupy, 10( under construction.
$1500000 to $$17,50000 F.H.A. TERMS. Down Payment
$430 00 and:! up. .1.
Lots: 3 in IRC area $2200.00 each. 20 acres, Rt. 4& -
Zoned trailer park. 12.500.00 per acre. Finest Living LocationIN tWJ

IN ALL OF NORTH BREVARDIIIPERLIL .............'-............ ,....
1240 6. Hopkins, Opposite Magnolia Plaza ..*.....TM bun MOl dekMle.
Phone 267-6327 Day or Night end MOM OM***."".....MM I After.S P. M. Juanita Malott 267-7SS9 N.Nave MM .> WHITE ACRESNo
N f Ml I (

I ) ESTATES\ SUCHLUXURY e..aednhMp ei... /aaetl. quttlfylnf' -N* 4 berlrw,
/1w eed bit 0eM s PnrMe.a.md"
/ dl' ..", 2 bath Sell. Price I IT loo.
swipe. .t.wWer Down Pllme"t IHOO. Monthly!
SEE OAKWOODMobile. TODAY 5.. .... s
C'-eI ..,''VU,4 GwweIrhwey30a **ova IhMOMMWl lesersst. payment $127 1 Including'' principal.
..,/_,. "',.h/v." /.T/..W/lo |M0,OlffM sari rwreeia6 Interest tans and lasursDc -
nut. MMWI iM f wtf *.Mr *.
Home Subdivision Here is every living advantage for every member of the family,with homes FOR SO ,ni,*|Sr.M Ibealds.L!
: Situated In rolling hills and near elementary and high school (both air New ] bedroom I'" both
conditioned) major shopping center across Highway/ 50, and only Sell price $M. oo. Down pet
Featuring: moments to the new NASA Causeway. That is why more families choose LITTLE! < mSludlo mint $ Imperial for their new home location $111 1 IfHJudinf In-
::::5 teresl taxes and Insurance
.: LARGE' 1:' a 110' a LARGE POOL 5 FURNISHED MODELS 3 & 4 BEDROOMS .a.dry.d.6...........-...... New I bedroom, f bath. Sen!

Direction From U& ... price Sll,0t)>0. Down paymmlnoo.
$89 atta'U: : payment
Thou IlICltJDlNG ju rtw I & 2 Bedroom Rental Aoartmenl including principal Interest,
CENTIIA1 WATER HORSESHOES,Ete. LOW AS UYfHi"GI I NASA Causeway, and from $100 monthly Unfurnished taxes ami Inauranc*.
drive M mile to Wilt

I : AMomi ovmAMome' COMMUNITY ar to Imperial entrance. w.r....Model.. "ed.Now.. ._Open a Cupid For ,fn'pdJIft. .".. O.aapse/ New 2 bedroom, 1 bath ('>n.
ventlonal flnsnclnj $iT 930:
Down payment $1150.: Large liv.
$95.DowN $35 MONTHLY euvAfot uioitr ovuni KOMI twioiu' ee > leg room, turquoise kitchen,

PHONE: AM 7.6501 or 636-8389 I fireplace./

TO REACH,OAKWOOD: From TUtuville go north IMPERIAL "TOWERS Commercial, situ! on U 5. N. t
on U, S1 to-lluna. Continue north on U. S. 1 for w..r14 e1M M and Garden Strut from ",000

one more niile to our entrance on right For free to 175,0110.

information Call 267-5585. Call
.1 Ir. -


Service Beyond the Contrarf



: PAYMENT (l. eattft/ $15,000 TO $19,000

tv e e sal! Larf* LOTS fOR' SALE hi FAIR CLEN.H

'\ '1 A :. .; .-.- ); A Community Of Fine Homes In Titus ville o to $>AX Home itrlct4 to 1.10014. nUnlmum.:

F l H : f\ LOW DOWN Only Males West of .U. S. I Oa Garden Street ..' COWART & CARTER

: THREE & FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY|| ROOM TWO TILE| BATHS 3200 o..r 267-3222 St., or TltuavQl 2072331I *

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,,.". II Tltusvlll (FUrUU) Star-AdveeaH Wednesday_ NvM"r 4, 1964 II

I Don't Orbit Around, Settle In A Home Of Your OwnContinued (I BEST TODAY'S BUYS I

137-81 acres with % mile
J U.S. No. 1 frontage Zoned

for trailer park at $1950
( from preceding page) For Sale Help Wanted Real Estate Real Estate Services per acre with suitable

termi and releases

1 USED PHILCO frewer. $73. 163-10 acres la Indian River
For Rent
$10 down, $UO weekly Use HOUSES FOR SAL
Park located west
ACREAGE FOR SAL T. E. Harris at 2672312. of
our plan. Goodyear
easy pay EXPERIENCED SALESLADY Indian River Plantations
ROOMS FOR RENT Service Store 315 South Hopkins wanted, apply in person, BRIARWOODEstate SETTLES: ROOFING. Complete and priced at $500 per
Titusvilie, 2673013.: Fredrick's, 211 Hopkins. 62 ft. by 400 ft rleh6 size, grass carpeted Roofing and Remodeling acre, 23% down, balance
2 BEDROOM utilities maid way close In. E : tree studded lots, 3, 4 and 5 Servfe lOOt Pine Street. 5 year
reasonable. 2674103. bedroom homes electric kitchens
MOTHER Edwards Realty 12 BaldwinShopping
Phone 287453.
sale good clean condition, 182-30 acre Just outside
and air,
I need 3 ladies for survey work, Center Phone: 267- central limits.
WITH TV. air $43. 367-72H. ; city High roiling
ROOMS bath. ready for occupancy or
turn your spare time into 3604 Evenings and Weekends some
for Mils workers. ELECTROLUXCORPqRATION land. $1500 per acre with
conditioned No
choose lot and plans.
CORD WOOD 2 ft. lengths cash money. Start now making 267-2321. your
$30 weekly, double; $25 slnl1e.Meals Christmas 4 I qualifying no closing cost, 29% down.
and carry. Clinton Motel. your expenses.
GOODuS'cfdf available. Phone 267- conventional loan, convenientto 191-40 acres within city
ours per day 9-1 p.m., $1.25
9742, Mila Motel, Rte. 1 south HOUSES FOR SALE i and noiseof limits. Possible
e FRIGIDAIRE DELUXE 40" electric $150 per hour. No exper buy, out of sight housing
of new causeway. stove Like new 267 lence necessary see Com superhighway Parochialand Brevard County's Only site. Priced to selL

PER week. 6140 after 2.30.FURNITURE : pany Representative, 9:30- 4 LARGE bedrooms forced air. public school, buses. 1 authorized factory branch. 400-Choice building Job
12.50 PERSON.pcr
$ Rocket Motel Mimi Phone 10:30: Room 2, 317V4 Washington all\ GE equipment. FHA $16.- mile north of Titusvilie\ LaGrange Call Melbourne available In several choice
FOR sale, chest Avenue.SALESCLERK 700. $600 down. 2673564. i area, off Old Dixie Collect locations. Select your lot
2673097. ,I of drawers breakfast set, end I
Highway. and have a home built
tables, desk bed, box spring for cosmetic NEW GARDENDALE 3 bedroom I 723.6852FREElIt
SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies 2 bath central heat. CALL I from your plans.
CArlSGAX. for rent 801 Orange and mattress. 267.3034. department. Cosmetic sales air conditioning, built in 267-9300 I 410-Zoned R3. 100 x 100
experience helpful but not
St. 2673400. FURNITURE re dishwasher, double car' feet. Total price $5000.
DISCOUNT quired. Age 21 to 35. Apply range 3 BEDROOM, FAMILY rooms I P: BOTTLED GASdNSTALLATION
AIR CONDITIONED, MOTEL SALES. Mattresses offered at In person to M,. Stanger, 'landscaped a r g e beautifully lot I central air, built-ins, carpet. $3000 down, remainder
warehouse prices. See today corner patio, negotiable.
room. Reasonable. Call 267- Eckerd Drug, Pirtle Plata ing. Large corner lot. Many
4103. 2111 Garden St. Nidy Shopping Center. fenced in backyard, offered other extras. Whispering Suburban Propane 549-U.S. No. 1 FRONTAGE.

Shopping Center. 267-5733 or by owner, 2677292. Hilts 2675220. :2019 U. S. 1 N. 267-6411 200 ft. Just north of Mims.
64 FALCON STORES FOR RENT 267-1326.\ MALE HELP WANTED 642 ft deep. Reduced
EASY TERMS qualifying
no NEW SMYRNA ,BEACH price of $12.000 and location
NEW STORE building for of. KEMORE AUTOMATIC wash. LICENSED REAL Estate 3 bedroom, 2 bath situated on Look
around and see if you can Used Cars & TrUCKS make this
a good
business. 15 60 fL ing machine Tel lake, wail to wall carpeting,
4 Dr, "/ Cv.", St. flee or x $33.00. 267- sales person to set on FHA duplicate all the desirable investment
Heated and alrconditloned. 9559 VA subdivision. Homes now beautiful kitchen priced 12. ,
RADIO features find here in one
you .
575-U.S. No. 1. 50 ft. frontage
Phone 267-6160. 1 USED 12 cu. ft. Gibson re ready for occupancy. For interview 600. 2673096. place, for only $8500: fully 1959 Chevrolet. BelAire, x 133 deep. Scotts-
call 2679440.
s1695fiiIS FOR RENT or lease store frigerator, $65 $10 down, 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH house for furnished, excellent condition, 4 door, hardtop V-5, moor. $1350 Cash.604CENTRAL .

apace, 20 x 60 ft., or suitablefor $2.00 weekly. Use our easy ATTENTION rent. Available now. Phone 2 nice bedrooms, located power steering and LOCATION.
office. Located Magnolia pay plan. Goodyear Service I need 3 men to help me In 2670683. close' to stores, river and brakes $595 98 ft. on northbound U.S.

Plaza, $123 monthly, 2671928. Store, 315 South Hopkins, TI. my business. See District 3 BEDROOM 2 bath In excel.. $1200.00 beach In down fine for neighborhood.one of the Stick 1957, Ford.shift 2 door, 6 cyL 450 No. 1, US ft. deep. Zoned
tusvllle 2673013. 9.30-10:30, Room 2
Manager, : : ,
BR. Nice house
WAREHOUSE FOR RENT 317 ft Washington Avenue.CARPENTER.MASON lent location. Beautiful land. nicest new 4-bedroom 2-bath J9571 Ford. 4 dr., V-' could be
BARGAIN HOUSE scaping.i Carpets included. 1 homes we have seen-on a stick 150 converted. Ample parking.
WAREHOUSE, suitable for New and Used Furniture and to build $650 down Monthly payments beautiful shaded lot among 1953' Chevrolet 4 dr. 100 Reasonably priced.

shop, garage or storage. In appliances.! We buy, trade and house extension. Phone 267- $106,00 including taxes and In.I other lovely new homes 1953,Ford, 4 door, stick 100 632-U.S. No. 1 Commercial
center of town. See H. H. scU. Refrigerators i $25 and 1481. aura nee. Edwards Realty, 12 Call for appointment 1954 Hudson, real nice 150 building for rent. $ISO

Hudson at Star.Advocate.WAREHOUSES up, guaranteed, 2510 HopkinsAve. Baldwin Shopping Center. MARGARET S. KLIKNA, 1947 Dodge pickup. 100 monthly.

CAT., 4 DR., AIR ., Phone 2674705. Open MECHANIC, brake and front Phone: 267-3604 Nights Si REALTOR BROWNING AUTO SALES 667-107 feet on U.S. No.
COND. AUTO.s2195. construction. NOW size UNDER to Friday nights until 9. end man. 267-9811 or 2674018. Weekends: 2672321.GARDENDALE 419 Flaglfr Avenue. Beachslde 405 Hopkins 267-1520 1 just north of Mims. Zon
Any up --- ---
CAN BE FINANCED 428-8221 or 428-8142 (eves) ed BU2. House
30,000 square feet lease. 267- COOK. EXPERIENCED, opening 3 BEDROOMS, 1962 CHEVROLET Impala 4 prop
i 0564. Industrial or commercial FINE WATCH and Jewelry re apply In person. Sands 2 baths, den, 2 car garage, REDUCED TO $9,500 for Immediate door, V8, AC R and H, Full with erty. some Priced terms.low at 110,400:
space available. pairing. Jay Bee Jewelers ReHtaurant 319 Washington built-ins includes dishwasher, sale 3 bdrm, cb. power one owner, call 267-
C Indian River City, Indian River Avenue. walk in closets. 2674822._ short-term 1st and 2nd Mortgage 3560 after 8 p.m. Approximately: 400 ft.
2 SMALL OFFICES and warehouses Plaza; ($5043 and $2560) Smiles U.S. No. 1 frontage in
for rent. 200 square NEED TWO licensed salesmen 3 BEDROOM bath. Excellent to new causeway to ONE OWNER, 1 year Volks Bellwood. Choice site for
feet, airconditioned office ONE REPOSSESSED GE, 6,000 for Real Estate office. Call condition near lake. Good MILA and Cape K. Walk to wagen. $200 cash assume filling station. Priced low
plus 600 sq. ft. warehouse BTU Casement window air- Mr. Luck Ray Carpenter fishing. Total price $12,900. schools, shopping center. Lot payments $50 month. 267-7188 at $75 per foot 29% down.
apace $125 monthly each. J. conditioner. Excellent con Realty 2678813. $400 down Edwards Realty, 90 120 three shaded. Indian 740-RESTAURANT. $20.000
W. Childre Realty 2675563. dition 12 Baldwin I Shopping I CenterPhone t '61 DODGE V-8 9 passenger
$125. $10 down, $2.00 FOOD STOREROOM clerk, River City, 131 Tuicar- for equipment, inventory
267-3604 and station radio heater
weekly. Use our easy pay : Evenings Road. Call 723-3078. wagon and lease Vi cash require
over 21, with experience preferred ora
63 FORD Weekends 2672321. extras
I' power steering many ,
For Sale plan Goodyear Service Store, call Mrs. Santos, 267- ed. Good money maker.
excellent condition. $925. 2676248.
315 South Hopkins, 2673013. WHISPERING LAKES, I bedroom .
1241. 5 MILES north of Oak Hill 3 I SOO-LAKEVIEW HILLS. 3
Itt tiled bath FHA
( "500" 2 DR. PHOTO CHRISTMAS cards, SEWING MACHINE repair, all bedroom, IVi bath, furnished valuation., down. bedroom, 2 bath. Central
$13,500. $450
f H. T., V62 -$. Gregory Studio, 2673766. makes. Phone 267-9208. Mobile Homes double garage, boat 2672417. '61 FALCON good condition, heat and air. FHA, $450
house, dock and sea wall. radio and heater Only $585. down and nothing down

PRACTICE PIANO Help Wanted TRAILERS FOR RENT Phone for appointment. 267- TITUSVILLE, 4 bedrooms, 2 2672154. I with VA financing
52195GAX. Refinished and in excellent
baths den, separate diningroom 807-Well located home.
playing condition TRAILER' ON largTiot $80 mo. : air-conditioned, 2100 1957 FORD pickup, $350, will Close to and
public Par.
KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC FEMALE HELP WANTED Christmas Park T.V or phone EXECUTIVE HOME 4 bedroom sell reasonable. 2502 South
feet, adjacent to Whit.poring ochlal schools. Hardwood
2126 W. Tropic 2676385. Orlando 5682344. 3 bath with Family Room and square Hopkins 267-3267.
Hill golf course. floors, closed in Florida
ELECTRIC SHAVER service on WHITE LADY to care for 4 yr. TRAILERS POE SAL 2 washer car garage, beautiful, Disposal built-in, Dish. $24,500 with $2500 down and LET ME sell your automobile. room drapes Included.

ail makes. Jay Bee Jewelers old child and do washing and kitchen. Excellent location. $131 monthly, P & I and Fill Browning Auto Sales, 405 Priced at $14.900, $1500
Indian River Plaza. Ironing. Call 267-9930. Ask for 1960 NASHUA. 35 x 10, 2 bed. See this today. Edwards insurance., 111 Echo Circle, Hopkins. 2671520. down and $102 per month '
Mutt 10:00.5:00.: : room Penn State Trailer Park 12 Baldwin 267-1818. pays all. Shown by appointment
Realty, Shopping _
Spinet |.F
piano. Bill Lawrence
between 6 and .
Low price Terms available.: NEED HELP 1 or 2 days a 7 Center Phone : 267.3604 Evenings TWO BEDROOM ,C.B. house,' 3 1959! Chevy, call 2672376.
evenings. 810-FOREST( HILLS.
267-0506. week with house work and and Weekends 2672321. years old on Indian River. Largenew ,
ironing Someone with pleasing Ceramic tile bath modern 59 PLYMOUTH Sports Fury. home in fine location.
3 YEAR OLD home for sale
ALL EXTRAS REPOSSESSED SPINET personality who likes kitchen, fireplace, screened '59 Chevy V4 ton pickup, 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths,
Save over $200 on this piano. children References please LIVE RENTFREEl by owner. 3-bedroom IVi patio, utility room. Fully $650.00 2674770. large family room, Wallto
bath. Fenced
Take up payments. 2675679. yard Many ex furnished even to TV. Boathouse wall carpet throughout
1995 2)) KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC tras. Central heat, air-con with electric hoist, '64 CORVAIR MONZA con entire home. Fireplace

c 2126 W. Tropic 267.6385 EXPERIENCED WAITRESS ditioning. Payment $65 month fiberglass 17' boat, 35 H.P. vertible. $2250 cash or take. and foyer. Huge two car
(any age) wanted for Sands $1500 down. Call 2677764. motor like new. Best of fish. over payments of $82 month. garage. Priced at 22000.
OLD NEWSPAPERS, suitablein Restaurant Washington Avenue ing. Will finance. 734-0367, Radio, heater, tinted glass, 846-Large 3 bedroom. 2
packing and moving furniture Titusville. $20 down payment and $20 a CLASSIC HOMES near Edgewater. white-wall tires, 110 hp eng bath home on attractive
wrapping fish, protecting month will buy your own full ine. Must sell. 2673842. Mendel Lane. Many extras
floors and furniture when WANTED, MATURE, white ere mobile home lot at beautiful Nothing Down, See Us To 3 BEDROOM, IV* bath house with this preowned home
painting.-etc.: woman to babysit In my Lake Louise Estates day, Titusville's Best Home near Coquina School and 1962, 6 PASSENGER, Ford including large fenced
f.b tdlesr.
Circulation; d : : home Monday thru Friday, Become your own landlord. I center In Whispering Country Squire, one owner, yard. An excellent buy at
((1FOi ,'Advocate, rear of building. 2.5 p.m., $.73 per hour, must Don't tear up rent receipts each Value, 3 and 4 Bedrooms, 2 Lakes area. 267-3780. power steering, radio heater, $15.500 with $1500 down.

: have own transportation. 267- month. Many families now re- I Full Bath Homes with Gar. alrconditioner. call 287.7258.Wanted .
4498 after S ,
p.m. $100 DOWN low monthly
side in our beautiful trailer community payments
2 DR. H. T. Printing Needs! visit us and see for ages. 3 and 2 bedroom VACANT, MOVE RIGHT
V-l, AUTO. CHECKOUT CASHIER age 21- yourself the finest self-owned BUY NOW masonry homea.. 'Luachen, To Buy IN. Owner wants a quick

See The 35, cashier experience re mobile home park. Realtor, P. 0. Box 1804, Or. sale. Beautifully carpeted
quired. Apply in person to living room and dining
51095 :) LAKE: LOUISE: ESTATES WILL TRADEat Undo, phone 424-4140.
Mr. Stanger, Eckerd Drug, LUGGAGE TRAILER wantedfor area, formica kitchen with
Star Advocate Pirtle Plaza Shopping Cen 14 miles east of Orlando on FOR SAL OR RENT cash 267.3722 Mr. Wilson. built-ins. 3 bedrooms with
ter.WeYeChoppiK. Route 50 Phone 568-2761 Colonial Heights big closets 1V4 ceramic

OR CHRISTMAS PARK Hopkins Ave. South TWO BEDROOM carporte. USED. AUTOMOBILES. City tile baths, carporte. Good
e $ $ $ 'Jt Route No. 50, Christmas, Fla 267-8641 utility room, large lot. Spruce Auto Parts. AM 73686. finishing in back yard Big

Phone: 568.2011 Hills. Rent $100 per month. USED CLOTHING and books, lot one tide chain link

Call 267-S390. write particulars, 240 Parncll, fence. Full price $13,250
with $1650
3, or 4 bedroom homes, brand! LOTS FOR SALE Merritt Island. down payment
: : $77
per month. Owner will
; SKYLINE and STAR new In area of much higher Work WantedWILL help finance.853INDIAN .
priced homes. Small down SACRIFICE 60 x 125 zoned duplex
NOW on display U a complete payment and only $83 monthly $1,200 or best offer. : RIVER HEI-
2 DR. "i", AUTO. total VA down DO ironing' In home GHTS. 3 bedroom, 2 baths,
FPJCE line of all models and sizes payment. no Phone 267-3323: daytime or my
R&H.s895. N N BRENTWOOD pick and delivery if central heat and air con
Modern or Early American payment ESTATES 267-4823 Bites.EDGEWATER up preferred.
decor, front kitchens and even west on Garden St, 1039 Alford Street, ditioning built-in oven
4 : WOODED lot Lakeview Hills.1HLL and range fenced yard.
private dining rooms. 2 and 3 AM 7-7142 or 632-3653.
bedrooms All budget pricedfor 70' x 100' $1.000. tlose In. $1300 down and $86 per

: : worry free living. Park Avenue ReaKy, 103 E. TYPE- my home by month. Shown by appoint
NOW HILL TOP Park Avenue, Edgewater, hour or piece. Mrs. Grothe, bent

Used Trailers Fla. 2673016. 8C9-J600 down will move
you into the brand new 4

'58 NASHUA 40' x 10' 1 bedroomSet bedroom, 2 bath home.

: Is YourN I IChance up on lot with awning. AREAThe Close and shopping.to Churches Central, schools heat \,
60 PONTe '64 YELLOWSTONE 27' X 8', 1 moment you walk Into the Just Good Buys and electric built-in range
bedroom. 1 sntrance foyer you realize this and oven. Priced at $16,200 I
s a real family home. ; with FHA monthly terms. !
JONN. LOADED '53 STREAMLINE 28' X S', air' 2 Prime
To left It a large formal business loca !
A FAC. AIRs11953 cond., 1 bedroom. your
Ivlng room, and to the right tion. Lot site is 15 x 101
33 NASHUA 30' x 8' 1 bedroomS
I just off
four family room then on Into In Real new 4 laned
;: IALL DOWN PAYMENT he separate dining room and Estate home Garden Street. Modern
To EASY TERMSMARTIN'S titchen. on property Including ,
....'- separate double
.. ..: gar- I
MOBILE From the master bedroom INDIAN RIVER PLANTATION ESTATES -(Choice 1 Acre ate and business building. ;

HOMES SALES you walk out into your own private Lots on paved streets. Some with trees. All high and dry, Zoned BP.957RENTAL.. 1

i N SAVE HUNDREDS :II 1224 N. U. S. 1 solarium for sunbathing $2995. with $300 Down at $4000 month. Rent with y!
Titusvilie 267-3081: larbccucing or growing plants. t option to buy. 2 bedroom.
North of GOOD WATERFRONT SPECULATION 1500' on Indian 1 bath home in central
60 CHEV. Overp..aTRAILEIt Call us for an appointment.Total River In this 40 Acre Tract North of Mima, $895.00 per location. Converted car. ,

price $13.900.BUTTON acre with 29%: Down. ,. porte has been used as aa I
I 61 FALCON 2 DR. WAGON LOTS FOR SAL extra bedroom. < months \
IMPALA 4 DR. & ASSOC. 667' U.S. No. 1 FRONTAGE South of Bellwood near new option $100 per month. I
LOT 75 x 110. all utilities on causeway with Good Depth. Better hurry oa this at $110 First and last months
H. T.. V-l Blue, straight drive, radii & heater whit $7 95 ** lot. very reasonable. AM 7. REALTY CO. per foot able In advance pay I

x995 N walls, was $1W NOW Y 8887 after 3 P.M. 1328 So. Washington RT. No. 50 and 1.95 Interchange CJ Acres near this 962-Lovely t bedroom home j

TRAILER SPACES FOR RENT 267.94403BEDROOMS strategic location at $650. per acre. on well landscaped shaded

c 10 ACRES on Good North County Road. Lots of trees near lot. Vinyl floors gas
58 CADILLAC 4 DR. 60 SPEC. I LARGE 46 x 100 lot, children bath enclosed fireplace heater Refrigerator !

section. New Frontier Park. 2 car garage wall-to-wat U. S. No. 1. Look at what $1100. per acre will buy.. Terms and stove Included.
267-0933. carpeting, drapes. Has to be Close to' Parkway Junior
1 N $$695 seen to appreciate. Reason NEAR CATHOLIC SCHOOL AND SHOPPING =; 3 Bedroom High School. Only $9100.

Fully qutpd, was $14'5 NOW N. Motorcycle For Sale able down payment and assume Itt Bath. Two to choose from. Conventional or FHA Financing. Buyer mint finance

mortgage. 609 W. Circle RENTAL 2 bedroom furnished .

1961 LAMBRETTA motor 267-5613. REAL SUBURBAN LIVING Extra Large 3 Bedroom 2 duplex. $130 permonth
59 CHEV. BELAIR 2 DR. scooter excellent condition Florida Room. This home plus $50 damage
: 228 Pritchard Indian River 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath recently Bath sew on Large Acre Lot
redecorated, huge 73 x 255 Paved Street. Just North of Mims. $16,500 with Low Down depositDANENBURG

fJ: **" V-l, power |lld*, blue A whit, good whit $\595 City. lot shallow well conventional Payment
60' CRUISAIRE scooter excellent 267-3488.
wall was $1WJ NOW N condition. Call 267-364 financing 11450. 1320' RL No. W FRONTAGE 40 Acres west of Mimi.

N after 5:00: p.m.Moving INDIAN RIVER City custom 3- $1100 per Acre. Terms .

*, bedroom. family room. I Colored Apartment Site 400' Street Frontage. City Water

"Central Florida's Mo 60 CHEV. 4 DR. B/A WAGON & Storage baths beautiful, { ftcthe.nd heat drapes and, and Sewer. $9,000. Cash.

*I LOCAL AND LONG distance air. Double urport Many Check with us on these and other good !buys we have for
Tradingest: Dealer" V-l, black with radiI A hater, power elide $995 mover Moving, storage, more extras. Only $800 down homes, Acreage Lots and Highway Frontage.

Mo.nd geed white walls watSUtt NOW packing, shipping, cold Cur $155 total payment. No qualifying

# N storage, crating. Free est 267-5244.

McCotfferFord Mo OPEN 8 "Hi. 8 mates. 267-3341. Brevard 2 BEDROOM BLOCK home REALTY
} I Ridgewiy Mayflower enclosed breezeway and

N jtJ :Jmfl Chevrolet! Real Estate exterior porch. Painted near schools:interior paved and RYAN REALTY 151 i South Washington I

street, sewer and water. Low AM 7-3838 ,
taxes $9500 cash call 267 R. G. Ryan. Reg. Broken Open "5. MOIL thru Sat l

TRADE-IN DIVISION 4. USED CAR DEPARTMENT GENEVA AREA 20 acre <<30. or by appointment I

N mostly high pin land JT.MO, EXECUTIVE HOME, whisper MAGNOU- PLAZA INDIAN RIVER CITY f 24 Hr. TeL AM. Service)
shington Annul Where i
South Phone 267-1234 buyer aad seller
1026 S. Hopkins Avenue half cash. T. W. Nero Bruk baths a
Mo lM hulls, 3 bedroom 2 )8,1CIII Anytime pert t. get better and
er. Sanford, 3O-I481 for Sacrifice faster 1
AM T-26S7 appointment. recently redecorated. ServktIN
t t I i i t t t t .* if :I' for quick sale. 267.8618.


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IT.ExIIt 11.W"PI dial. 15.ConeotII. know It. Take steps now to mike lure that wh.n the time com., youll

Scheme eorvliWtlty 21. Stu4sntl sliver ila,.. thw monY. Now b the rimS to start a college saying fund.

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man 18.ThI ,Ia 01 1CJ1be4 3LcaineeeIN

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!; And, as your newly elected senator I L5 I II Ibu IYE B&EN ISROwN UPBABIES. BII!

I : myself to be a living' pledge PCXNOALOT ., PEOPLE
symbol ot more thrift : :rr 11+ iT ,110 OP THINWNS 9
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mar Ann Landers: Right now at them. / 41 tLSlut 1t7UNe MAN,' HE'S' JUST MAYBE YOfRC RielT Z THINK I'D RATHER aHAR '"
am Brooking 'myself to death /S.d4.Zxctvn&. u 4+ / / WAY SHHSTIClol
vaiUng for my husband to Frogs, fish and other aqudJUc : X TNF
creatures sometimes de'":ur tIaa WILL ROWER/ UP FORMS
He' went to a
jconie home. 11-4
their young. Certain ins'N ts, h
football afternoon
\ game this such the LITTLE BOY'NE HIM TO HIS t
as praying mantis send
vltlj "the boy It' Is mid- the black You will then be able IN TBID CIRCUIT COURT OF DIDN'T' KNOW ROOM
widow spider eat THK NINTH JUDICIAL CIK
ilght and he's not back yet. their mates. to bold your head up and be a CUlT or .FLORIDA IN AND WHAT HB WAS

We'Ve been married two selfrespecUng woman. FOR BRKVARD COUNTY DOING

eafs and hav$-no. children. We The Cynic also said animals CHANCERY NOTICE NO.or WWI HIT

oth work and our marriage Is do not abandon their ycning I Ann Landers will be dad to FEDERAL: NATIONAL MORTOAQB -

happy one, except lor this one with AlirOCIATION. a 00r005altos v\
help problemS.
The cowbird will lay its egg i in : you your orianliMl and ailitlni undo
ad I' habit. If be decides to Send them to her In care of an .Act 0' Con..... pu.o..n' to
havt a few drinks with the another bird's nest All'reptiles t.. rtdoral National .....C..*.
this enclosing a
abandon their young.. It I newspaper Aacoolatloa Charter Act harm
[fellows after work:' ha Just 'goes stamped, self-addressed envel lu principal offloa In Ibo City o'
vlthout I bothering to call and would please me if you pijnted I Waablaflon District of Cnlumbl. Ii.

pay be late Wben be this letter to set the r a cord ope. V. Plaintiff. i'

majiy ihl'n gets home and I ask him straight R. L. H. IM, d ro DOUOLAI 11:. MrARTKUR and --.

thy' didn't he phone be says, Dear R.L.H.; Here it IS and W 'THID CIRCUIT COURT OFBRXVARD MART B. McARTHLR hli wlfDaftadaata.,
many thanks for the fascinating : COUNTY. FLORIDA YES,AND I'M AGENTIMENTAL I FRAMEOTB flt4TMItLION
IIdidnt think of IL"I'Os ,
CII."",." Number 2MU I EVER MADE
nature lesson. I learned frt m It NOTICE or nit MRABERNATHV

,, sure 1 am not the only and I'm sure millions of o then GWENDOLYN. : MOM DOUGLAS and MART E K. Mi.AKTHl'11 McARTIIVR. \ CL19TI'

ontan In the world who has did, too. (And now, will (some WILUAM Plaintiff. I TOIl hla...WilL b..b n..ld noilfli na unknown that a I t I.YDU'Re G dl CQ JO C2 DQ l KO B33EJ1 BSSrroilJBMna

?this' problem. What do :other of you please: atop calling 1 Us a HAROLD : MOWS D.f.nd..t.TOl pull haa BO>n flli>d ...In.t you In Vt ISY PROUD I oa ill I ma 1 m 1 ca DO ctaa DSD m mf
lHoijen do? OUTA MYMYND lovelorn column) Harold William MOMBaitdanoa I CII. abort .IIII.d caupo sod Ibalrev I OF I5'IW YCUGOT1
a.. naulnd to file your anwar UR I
Dear Outa: Other women do TOU ARB HEREBY unknown NOTIFIED or alhar niponilva nloadlnmwUa bTMliITIU
toe !same thing you do they thai a CompUlnl for DIYO..... kabaan < tae Chirk of Ibis, Court and
to th of Ch.PI..llff
Dear Ann Landers: A very Hrva a copy r upon
walk acalnat you aad you BU' INr e I IWONLD
Sick '
I themselves or Plaintiff Allornmiawboio
worry here Sr. rtqulnd to serve a COPT e> .
good-looking boy came n..... and addrm In Crnf 0
the ,floor and ask themselves your enamor or Bliadlnv to lbs
ton Brews Holland M' Palm e
from another city and enrolledin
100(1(, ,times, 'Where can he our high school last week oompUlnt Ion.,. Allaa on I.top Qul plalnUff.,lr, .f th ale. Avanua than TIC November...,,11I.. Florida 10. .1WI4. nolaUr If I U .

be*'' and Why doesnt he All the freshman girls are going law RITCHIB firm M or Bcllalr COWART Aroado.Coeoa AND. you fall to do ao, a Ducrro Pro W.JAI( II 4s1l
Contests will ba tnirrad aialniyou
1 The answers knowvery Florida, sad flla lbs orlnInal -
you ape over him Before I tiim myself ....... or vlaadlnt In ioaofdo for tka rust drmandad In 4
I well. He's In a saloon, loose ask of Clark tba complaint This suit la ta fora DCUl
I want to question. the of lb. Circuit .. .... Tb.
a mort real
Court krfor
lao rd
slopped to the eyeballs And on or day
arty proceeded ...I".t lai,
of ,
Novombor If
1M4. fall to GO
you /Iowtvri,vev r IP WISDOEN'rPA store R 'HrHEREMIIS.
he doesn't call because be's a w-wyTj
do M, a Doom Pre Confooi* will
1 selfish$ inconsiderate. But This boy wean his befit;with bo takes. atalnit yon for tho r.- Lot It, lock BR. Scribe (".t.JlOWIC Q IeTyUM GTHICWAVYI've .
I ho'4| YOUR hat,' and you Most the buckle In the back, I have lire DATED drmandd St'Tll.vIll.In tha I Conplalnt.fenvard ION. according to plat moron YUMo'LU4v JTWC o0TTo $

somehow live through the agony' heard this means he Nit loved County. Florida Ibis 1Mb day tf ac nonMed in rut Book 18, ae oM.
October, 1M4Curtla Pica N. Public Rocordt ofBrrvard
of It until he grows up and begin and "taken". Have yci ever ". BaraoiClark County, Florida. WILL a8 sailscue
I[ to behave Juke a man. heard of this Please 'tell me WITNtBK my band and aaal of veto'IMPRF'OWO r
of ... Circuit Court aid Court at Tltuivlll. Bra..rt MR A.1WTIil9 it.f4R. A
right away because I'can! hardly Bravard County. Florida County, Florida, this Uth day of /041 15.1
Dear Ann Landers: The per. wait. PN,THE VIPRG& .y V, I.i -P"'lt:1I October 1M4.CURTIS. V 4 RL' 1

sont| who signed himself "Cyn. Dear Verge: Maybe 111]'. 'Just (CIRCUIT COURT nAL) R, BARNKff 11WItL
Alias .. Quit-toy Clark of the Circuit Court
ic" jshould have.slgned himself a backward kid.. Or perhaps of COWART AND MITCUII Brarard County Florida
Ignorant" ''The fact that you I it's a local folk custom in his 90 Bf llalr Arcado Byi Miry la. Vapor I v
Cocoa. FlorMa Dvputy> Clnrk
did :not refute this statement former school Why that; animals ,Jkfll! only for food ask him TConfidential 11. M. No*. d. 11 (Wad) IN4 Oct. 14, 21. II, Nov 4 (Wad) IDU, I

an that they do, pot abandon >s I

their young, .shows that you'vegot to NOT JIM'S TV R.pr.sentinsMutual'

k lot to learn about animals! EQUIPPED Prttaticnal A Owir.nt*.4
too? : Anyone who can write a Sarvk L
letter like the one you ''wrote to
\\easels will kill for the sake
me is well. \ educatedto NEW MANAGIMINT Jir
enough j/
of killing! One farmer reported support herself a et out of' US N, IRC 1 Sleek' W. .f Or OMAHAANN ...f' n uw

(oslng. 40 Ch | that I. R. Plan 247.2514 r cs % ''
barracudaaIsthan- squirrel and to
nlg l The cage go SYLVESTER 2a74SMTelJBvision ,

other blood lust killer Some

tame animals are killers; too. 0

A male hamster' rabbit will i iLa4f Guide Gw

kill-his offspring If fie can get


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(rj I PI" 20 Tlhuvnie (HofMa) Stu.Acfweu" WyliyJar,'N y mW I, ng

r. No. 4 (expending the principal courthouses In Dade County) 18- Too Late To
of the state school fund) 18,662 240 to 7,029. Mrs. Hendrix Wins DishwasherMrs. ClassifyLost
to 12,662 and No. 12 (extendingthe I No. 10 (increasing number of
,Reapportionment Killed period of time for second' Judicial circuits) 17,113 to 8,695. : Georgia Hendrix of Tl- The lucky ticket was drawn

I gas tax) 18,847 to 8,727. No. 11 (additional methods of tusville was the lucky winner of oi it by David L. DeVlese, pre l.
Backed by Brevard voters
revising or the
amending constitution the R.C.A. Portable
were: Whirlpool dint Brevard Motor Co., local
t.. TALLAHASSSEE (AP-Flor- The vote was close in defeating Authorize the Legislature to I No. 2 (extending terms of ) 14,855 to 10,921. Dishwasher given away by BestBullder'a Chrysler Plymouth dealer, BLACK &: WHITE cat wearing
Ida's voters Tuesday killed off the constitutional amend provide for the continuity of a board of control to 11 No. 13 (changing the procedure Avenue collar with ben. Strayed Tue*.
16,694 ,
) ,- Supply Magnolia -
,' for homestead in accompanied by Charlie Crump. day from Whispering Hills Rd.
the senator, 112 representative ment proposal to allow the Legislature government temporarily away exemption .
I apportionment plan and to revise the state's con from Tallahassee, and providing 328.No.. 3 (school bonds for capital Sarasota County) 15,342 to 11- I in their big Pre Inven- toll! of the local Jaycee club. p lection..m. Reward.Call 28M6S3 after 3.
refused to extend further the financing stitution. Because of a State Supreme for succession to office of essential outlay) 19,363 to 12,427. 209. tory Sale which ended Nov. 1.
I under which counties Court ruling, the Legislature public officials. No. 5 (appointment or election -
construction bonds. has been unable to presentan Relieve the State Agriculture
Issue road
of school
I I, Solid opposition to the proposals overall revision to the people I Commissioner of the duty, which in county several counties superintendent ) II,- STORE HOURS 10 AM.-9; PJJ r TITUSVILLE SHOPPING* CENTER

j: I in Florida's big cities and piecemeal revision got his office no longer handles, of 147 to ,852.. ..JI
I \ nowhere. administering public lands. "" '
their doom.
spelled t
: No. 6 (appointment or electionof 'r r :
Allow civil trials by In r '
The apportionment
: would have Amendments approved by the branch courthouses in Dade county school superintendentin Giftr .
I been which ruled doubtlessly unconstitutional in voters included those to: County. Taylor County) 15,568 to 9, An Ideal >- ,

the federal courts, was beaten establish a nine member Increase the number of Judicial 132.No.7 .
about 21. The proposal to extend Board of Regents with terms. circuits in Florida from 18 (providing for continuity '1 t !
The board will replace the present of in of disaster 1110 .'
a provision for earmarkingpart to 20 thus allowing the forma government periods .
of the state gasoline tax to seven member Board of Control tion of new ones as the legislature ) 19,940 to 6,860. f for
counties for road work was defeated whose members serve four decides. No. 8 (eliminating some duties Anytime' !
about 31. year terms. of Commissioner of Agriculture ;
Extend to the year 2000 the .
17,443 to
) 8,482.
The proposal to allow a $16 earmarking of money from car Brevard VoteWith
million school savings fund to No. I (civil trials in branch
tag sales for use by counties to
be was killed about 21. all but included I
spent payoff long-term school con one precinct
Voters relaxed the constitutional in the totals, Brevard for
struction bonds. LOST HER. fqr HIM i.
homestead exemption so County voters apparently favored "
Authorize Escambla, Lake, MEDIUM SIZE Blue Tick, ,
that Sarasota County levy 10 of the 13
may constitutional Bc-aglt, heavy, black saddle.
school taxes on the first $2,000 Martin I Okeechobee, Palm amendments in Tuesday's voting South of Miytown Reid. RE- CANOEt '
worth of homestead property Beach, Putnam, Seminole and WARD. Nam of ewer on
r and grant the homestead exemption Taylor counties to switch from They turned down No. 1 (reapportionment Collar. Call collect 428438,
on the next $5,000. elective to appointive school su ) 15,278 to 14,212; Now Smyrna.
will perintendents if they desire.CHAMBERS.
This is a proposal which
result In more persons paying ,
taxes on their property, and on ::1
poorer people paying more taxes J.tW'EtIRS
than they do now. School officials $2500 REWARDfor
long have complained 'W, ef t klM'
I''\I that the homestead exemption ,I,,'ta;:. hU A'M I II
t hampers school financing. I 261.114)1) Information leading to the Identity of four

darling toon age girls who smeared lipstick on

our new Color-crete home on Halloween between / -

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