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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
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The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents ,

84th Year-N..114 wP* Today Jtoida, Mday, November 6, 1964 e"1r spy Published Monday, WwAnwktafi and lpridyyii.

Absentees Affect Race

!'lobe Forges To ,

UAW Strikes Key Ford Plants '''First Place In I k

Absentee CountThe I

Today Over Local' Bargaining ballots record cant number In Tuesday's of absentee

general: election, 1.8W, affected

DETROIT (AP-The United workers In 80 bargaining units mined The Ford strike came as General I the outcome of only one race;
Auto Workers Union struck today across the country.The I While only a handful of Ford's I Motors Corp. reached 12 that of county surveyor, a non-
against key Ford Motor Co. I number of men off the bargaining units were on strike, per cent of Its production capacity. salaried position
manufacturing and assembly job was not immediately deter- these were at key plants. According to unofficial totals
plants over unsettled local labor K Tuesday night, Democrat incumbent .
agreements.At C C Jobe fell two
least eight out of 11 unsettled North Brevard UF short of hIs Republican opponent
units were struck. i William Powell, with Powell
The walkout left Ford with a accumulating: 19,1)53) votes to
selling supply of about 32 daysof 19,833: for Jobe.
autos and a selling-days r see-sawing back
supply of trucks. Iii' =1 1 the 15$'hours
The effect on production could Drive Over The Top'The : absentees yes-
not Immediately be detailed, 1 ; tame out one vote
but indications were Ford could ahead of Ms opponent Jobe received
make some autos for two weeksor 'J- 003 of the absentees
North Brevard area has Brevard goal was 15000. Loan, Orlando Utilities Commission .
more.A while Powell got an even '.JO.
Ford spokesman said assembly gone "over the top" in the Uni NB chairman Tommy Smith (average employee gift This Is still unofficial, as a re
plants were struck this ed Fund Drive for the first time announced additional firms with $24.71)), Florida Power ft Light cheek Is In process due to the
with 107 100 cent .. 1+amr. ,...- ... .
since given a quota, per employee participation .
morning at Dallas; Wayne, (average employee gift $17.20)). closeness: of the vote.A .
this and stated
cent of achievedThis at
goal meeting
Mich, truck; Wayne autos; Chicago per outstanding report wall awards would be presented to Smith said that with one weekto TALLY ABSENTEES Comm George: tlon outcome; county surveyor. Jobe, clone look at the absentees

Mich. stamping; Ypsilanti Sheffield -, made at the Thursday morning the following firms next week: go before the final report King, right, aids in the l24k hour countof behind two votes, comes out 1 vole show:
Ala. meeting at Riverview Restaurant A & P Store, BelkLlndsey meeting next Thursday, North absentees yesterday In courthouse. aheadSA Photo. Dairy Goldwater picked up
Sterling Twp, Mich., manufacturing showing (16,027 collected (average employee gift of Brevard hopes to further The absentees changed only one elect. 47 votes over President Lyndon
todate. The N h fit. First Federal & Increase its U. Johnson with Coldwatir
and Louisville assem or pledged o r t 88)), Savings margin.
picking up 705 votes to Johnson's
bly.The He Flies Home In Wooden Crate 138.:\
status of the assembly Holland gained 414 votes over
plant at St. Louis and manufacturing Supreme Court State V-P
Jaycee Republican Claude Kirk in t h e
plants at Bedford, Ohio, U.S. Senate Race; Burns addedan
"' and Buffalo, N.Y. was not u 1m- Denies What A Way To Goy additional 117 vote majority .
> mediately determined. AppealCity to his already impressive leal
The bargaining units bad over GOP Charles Holley; Gurney > 1 I

", their international union's approval of Titusville received New C of C ManagerGreater GORDON TAIT Perth. Sent cod, it was consigned 707 "and soon we were flying monopolized the vote
to walk out at 10 am. if another
word today from the Florid again. again by picking up 288
nonexistent shoe
settlements were lacking at that, SYDNEY, Australia (AP) to a
votes over Democrat Kenney.
hour. i Supreme Court of the fact the Titusville Chamber ol f An Australian athlete bad himself factory at a nonexistent ad Spiers said "The crate was In local elections, Jim Dresster
Only those plants with unsettled court had denied Theodore R. Commerce board of directors i ia in shipped home cot from dress. dumped In a shed and after a added another 104 votes to
local contracts which supplement Bobbins' appeal on the $4.1 million meeting late yesterday afternoon Britain in a wooden crate because Sydney newspapers ..aldSpll'rI few"hours I decided to breakout his crushing defeat of Republl
the national agree- bond issue. accepted the appointmentof he couldn't afford a pawaenger can Virgil sihentk: :; Prultt pick.
ment, signed In September, Jim Farrer, state Jaycee executive II ticket for the 11,000-mile a 170-pound javelin He crawled out dial and ed up 221 votes over Mays;
I The court had dismissed "with thrower, worked his way to weak be said. After
were given permission to strike. vice president, as new # i flight reeling Roundlree slipped out with (4
Ford has 160,000 production prejudice" a suit by Bobbins chamber executive manager. Reginald Spiers. 22, of Adelaide London by ship in hoi** of winning awhile, he cut his way through i a additional votes ever Grady;
about two weeks ago, in whichhe Farrer expects to take the spent 13 hours in the slat an Australian Olympic wire mesh door and hitchhiked Sheriff Wilson added 171 votesto
.. That $850 Expense :, contested and attempted to new position on or abuj&,Dec, I.led box without food or water, team berth In trials but failed home to his wife and daughter his majority over Drawdy.
Figure Was Wrong halt the validation of the bonds. 18 as fmibed! ills year wltt] I Sydney newspapers repiatok and, because be idea wft broke,. In time to attend a brother'swedding Ed Kittles won 138: additional I
felted the of'flying
The Star-Advocate Inadver The bonds had been validated the state Jaycees. Friends and relatives In Adelaide votes to Increase his substantial
home In the crate.He .
Circuit confirmed the story today. Spears said the crate with him lead over Mel Tether Muldnwr
by Court
sully has ratted the COlt ef Judge William Farrer has had the extremely t
living all owl of proportion for G. Adridge The accounts said a friend gave notice to Air India Inside weighed about 500 poundsand added 193 votes to his major
responsible position as executive tiled the box Oct 17 in that be wanted to consign a the freight charge was Brcwster v5s
Nil., Croon, the blind man ; up Ity; slipped out with
who recently put en his own City Manager Cleveland B. vice president for the Florida ndon and Spiers landed at crate of plastic emulsion to a about $910. That Is $10:! ) more I votes over McGrath that has
Talmadge said that the denial Jaycees for two and one-half Perth firm He said he climbed the fare, butpawenflfrs
roof and was featured In a Perth Oct 20 on an Air India than avenger been ckwe down to the wire.
Star-Advaata article had paved the way for the city years and has compiled an enviable flight then hitchhiked 1,800 t Jde tho box Oct 17 and can't travel cod Edna: c'arlllo added 401 votes
The article stated that Nil., to execute the contract on the record at the state headquarters miles to Adelaide. friends drove him to the airportAt "As far u I know, no freight to further depress her opponent|
in Lakeland.As .
received a $71 per month new water treatment plant ando "There was enough space Bombay, he was taken out payment has l been ,collected on In the ballot box; Turner picked *
pension and his expenses were award contracts on the water state executive vicepresident between the planks to give me on a forklift hold aloft, then his consignment: ," said the Air up S3 voles over his school
sail per month. Needless t* and sewage extensions Farrer coordinates the activities air and allow me to peep out," manhandled into another Boeing India spokesman board opponent; and although! ;
say the figure should have which had been held up pending on a statewide level of he said. t. A. Cutter lout one vote, TV

boon $S5 per month expenses. outcome of the suit the Florida 135 Jaycee He Is the clubs throughout; An Air India spokesman said Brevard Helping Traffic Deaths I 7f, he maintains his lead over
Shoot, mere are some rich The certificate revenue bond responsible for statewide person directly an empty wooden crate big till Clark fur Dial S Port Com.minskmcr .
folks that dont com Jim Ferrer enough to hold a man was found ; Mclver picked up 19
have $151 per Issue is a capital Improvement munications deaths In the first!
and information for CHICAGO (AP) The na- tkm's traffic I
month expenses Sorry, Nil.,. outlay.yw all local organizations of the today at the air cargo depot In I nine mnntlm thin year hit- an ill. 4 votes fort over Commissioner nil opponent lor DiaL

Florida Junior Chamber of Com time"ird- the toll appeared

I Accident! Injuries Claim LifeJohn I merce.activities lie and coordinates serves as all state vice- Canine To Join Force 1M1! \ racing to a record highIn Tourist Center

president of the executive committee Brevard County Is helping tocontribute

composed of S3 lUte of to the record: breaking I
ficers. I accident death rate as three To Be Located :
Former state vice presidentand people died yesterday to set anew
presently national director ( '! county mark of 90.

Gene Roberts of Titusvllle gave A total of 41 died on the county On G'vi Land '
s's't high praise to Farrer, pointing : 's highways I> last year th4Wh
out some of the activities which ,
coming on Dec %9.I .
have brought the youthful exec- That tourist center or .
M 1'ho live vice-president staU-wlde I However the record was come station" for toul'lIta'lilt*
+ recognition."Jim I broken this year 57 days. abort InS the Merritt Wand Launch I
of the end of the year and Area Is going to be constructed
,;, authored a state Jaycee with two important holiday on government property, near
: R directory," Roberts pointed wt j week-ends (Thanksgiving and the intersection of the NASA
out "that ranked number one ,Christmas) still In the year. Causeway and old AlA (NASA
In the nation. The directory set r 'Jr John Chapman of THiuvlHe, Road). '-
r aa out the rules and procedure. of t injured in a wreck Wednesday Initial Indications were that
the state organization and listed morning, became the 4Hth! fatality the tourist center might be con
aD pertinent Information necessary when he died In an Orlando strutted on the mainland near
1 to all Jaycees. This directory hospital yesterday morning the west end (f the NASA cause
has been copied by many Kverrett Wolfe, 78, and his way near Us Intersection with
state organizations throughout wife Elizabeth: Hoife M, were US 1However.
the country," the national director killed in a eruh on Badcotk It Is felt that two
added. I I M Avenue south of Melbourne.The factors made the change the
I In his role u Jaycee vice- Aa
National Safety Council fact that property would have
president Farrer has necessarily laid today there were H,571 to be purchased at the mainland
been appointed to many of deaths on highways from Jail. 1 Ito location and a protest put op i
the governor's state wide committees Oct: 1. The total was an In"raase by Cocoa: Beach interests
serving on Gov, Bryant's ,of 1,0.per cent over the Locating the center on government
committee for Florida Profiles U] JIG killed in traffic accidents: property in the apparent
a communications and In- I in the C'lrrenpimding three quar- ante already selected\ figured
formation program, and serveson t,," of bat year to overcome both objections.Dr. .
the governor's safety committee The council: said the nation's Kurt Debits Kennedy
j jI .. plus others. traffic fatalities which fir 20onwcutrve Space Center, director, also bv
Fame was born in Buck's months have ei- dialed that the beachesIn
Countr Pa., graduated from I'eeded tome of the same month North Brtvard might be reopened .
high school in Denies Md.. and of earner, fur public line next
'r/ ,, _....,.._. ...... .... .. a year apparently
Sherman Chapman, 1.1 due to appear" u 'Col. PIcket. from Franklyn College of Sri ._ ,,- .o..j >--0_ will reach: a Ml of about tt.Ooothis summer if arrangements can
who lived at Casa Burr I tag" la 'Jly Fair Lad/ acre ence and Arts in Philadelphia.He \ year That would be an afl- be worked out with the county.
died hi Orlando Thursday Do i this weekend and next I served in the marines from DOG GiVE% Mr and tin Paul police dog in the future. The J.cobtUve tone I high after the prevtuus The beach area and all of North
ing as a result of Injuries suffered Survivors are a daughter IMS! through 1950 Jacob, left, are shown above as they near Delesp4n0 Road I located J west record of IWO, deeths last Merrttt Island. was closed to the
Miss Eula Dilday Chapman He served lor a time as a medical present Slt{ Charles Garland of the of south VS. 1 and raise the dog for general public but Sunday
in an accident: Wednesday of chicago EL; one brother, 0. technology In PanH- sway
TKaevUle Polite Department with a commercial purpoeee,-S-A Photo. deaths for the If.
morning. I I B. Butler of Humble Tex burg Va., and later as loan German Shepard dog to be used for a month period up to Oct 1 totaled Carnival
A salesman by trade, Chapman Funeral services whO be held manager for Commercial Credit 4 t./800, an increase of 10' Jig Opens'1Annual
moved here eight months I I at 2 p,m. Saturday at St. Gab Corp hi Ocala. Also in Ocala The TttasviBe Police Department I more after he receives his training wffl then be used by the poHee :per cent over the G,_ In the Catholic Carnival on
ago from North Palm Beach He 'riel's Episcopal Church withFr he served as asristast manager 1 has added a new member department for such thfcfs as preceding II mmths. the grounds of St Tere a'*
Was born in Ut. Cannel EL,I W. Sumner Ferguson offt. for the Ocala Chamber of Commerce force It to month old
I a to a Charles Traffic fatalities in September/) (Church Is under way at t tie
who Ishi
I Sgt Garland locating I iMt chlIk e.
Jan. 27, 1982.Re dating. Interment win be in prior to ass uning the I German Shepard peppy which diIcover.I I totaled 4070, a record for the corner of V,s. I and OJlbway.\
attended St. Gabriel Oaklawa Cemetery under direction posUoa as state Jaycee vicepresident. ,rifl .later be trained as a "po charge of the dog said that lag peeping tome and various I month. The council said the The carnival opened but night ,
Episcopal Church was a of South Funeral H ber of the Masonic mem-I Masonic services will be coo- He is married and has two animal was given to the and requirements, the dog Police Chief W. T Brown said :Iso deaths In September last .
Daytona Beach and the ducted at the graveside and the children The family resides in department by ],Ir. and Mrs wffl bye sent to Jacksonville that the dog 'would certainly be :,year reflected a curb on thertatog There are 20 booths offering
Order of the Moose la Masonic Lodge will be open at Lakeland.Farm I Paid! Jacobs of Tttentife He Is where he wffl be trained by experts of benefit to the department and I accident death record borne baked goods, home traits .
He was an avid supporter 011 1.30; p.m. Saturday. AD Master told the Star Alva rated at awroxtawWy |WOw to that field will be considered a very IIW1Itc the August of 4.170CMitfeMMJ and games for every age man ,
owe theatre groups and Masons are urged to attest, (CaKiae.Oe rage H) I and wa be worth much After he is fogy trained he, ble asset akJa.11 I ( On sage U) bet of the family

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t THwviHe, (FlorMa), Star-Adv.cah Prl ovember I, IH4

Titusville (Florida) Star-AdVocatt She's A Former Bank President BOB HUDSO

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MEMBER: Florid Press Ass'n; National Editorial Aia'n and 1 ti after the ball Is over in Edna I And then he burst right out
Associated Pr.... CarlUe'i office on "vote" night t when he took one from the next

Henry H. Hudson Pres. Mrs. Hazel S. Hudson Vlce.-Pree. the gleeful smiles of Miss I man who registered right be-
Robert H. Hudson Secy.-Treaa. Edna's employees as a precinctreported I hind them. it was Henry &* '
Henry H. Hudson, Publisher Robert H. Hudson Editor with a margin for Hudson of Titusville. >
David Dunn, Advertising Mgr. S. 1.. Floyd, Circulation Mjr i "their boss" and their looks of, "Gee" he said, "I didn't '
Raymond B. Rutherford Classified Adv. Mgr. I Y i dismay as another reports a I realize we had so much history *

Second-Class Postage Paid at Titusville, Florida heavy vote against her... the present in this hotel.
questions in their faces. who

Carrier Home Delivery Subscription-1 Yr. $l.W Rates. e:Mo. $4.00 S Mo. $2.25 I I. would want to defeat the kind
By Mail in Florida 1 Yr. $8.50 6 Mo. $3.80 3 Mo. $2.00 I' c <' registrar it was a big Things we've learned about
Outside Florida1 Yr. $7 50 e Mo. $..00. a Mo. $2.30 ';.... 4i \'... 1J Bight. .. the newspaper, radio Associated Press since Joining
f ? f ". to; : and television representativeswere . it produces over millions

j) -'> all on hand. mostly, we of words a day and uses more
think, to confuse: the problem than 475,000 miles of leased

EditorialsIndustrial i > the procedures were handled wire in the U. S. it began in
,. .. .,. ..., well this time with a board 1848 when six New York newspapers
U a in Mrs. Cariile's office and a agreed to cooperate in
number of sharp "quiet please" reporting and transmitting
i:! : .. ..JJ being heard to calm down the news . there were 612 member -
AdvertisingIndustrial !{ office: vbltors. newspapers by 1900 and today -

the many telephone calk more than 1,750 newspapers
asking for this one's vote, and and 2,170 radio and televi
advertising has become of age with : that one's. how soon will a sion members with more than
_. certain precinct why ,000 members and subscribersin
S25 million a .year. beinff_ _nrvcnt. bv__.. _states.,_n_ to._ _lure.._ new.n __ -- "" u'''...; < ....,.. !h.r >, don't'ou have report.that one yet, 87 nations using AP news and

Industries and it appear to be drawing fairUvldends. photo services.
Mrs. Woodrow Ashcraft and the ban k her husband founded 30 years ago. etc.And although the Star-Advo '

Probably the proudest person at Tilusvllle High and received I lion's second president. flees cate moved. it was exoected
there and
Chapter Z.PEO. that our The news release from the U.
Some states and cities inducements during Tuesday's Citizens Bank I her formal education at Florida we have large
are offering many Upon retiring from active business Very likely her
30th birthday greatest endeavor election board erected. and S. Dept. of Commerce, read: .
party was an em. State College for Women FSU
and float loans to provide sites and iloyee, who also serves as a at Tallahassee. ( ) in 1952, Mrs. Ashcraft began and her finest record is we should have, particularlysince "A |13 million industrial loan
to fulfill the void In her 20 service .
her life
years as a Sunday
to the Titusville Crankshaft
buildings for industries who will make their new major stockholder, a member of She we now have ample apace help
returned to Titusville and by traveling, and has done ex School teacher at First
to it and handle and Machine Co. Inc.
the board, is the widow of the put a crowd on ,
homes there. Each is endeavorinf to outdo the other founder and first and taught school for 12 years, tutoring tenslve traveling since. In 1904 Baptist Church where she is a the parking lot. but then viii- establish new facilities was an
in this scramble, labeled as an outgrowth of the Is herself a past president president of the fifth grade pupils at she took a 52-day trip to the pillar of the many necessary aotlviUes. tors were welcomed into the nounced today by the U. S. Department -
Titusville Elementary School. Mediterranean, earlier extensive She plays the piano during "
of Commerce.
news room and
mushrooming move of industry to decentralize and the bank. they pitched in
During this time, in '34, E. IIAshcraft trips to the Orient and in the evening services and is to man the adding machines wondered where the firm had
get away from the old concentrations which came H.Woodrow Is the Ashcraft, Mrs. E. opened a new bank in 1960 she toured Europe. a member of the board of ova the telephones, etc. .. they're ;located or would locate, then
Into being with the construction of railways and port only woman In North town, Just a few years after the Sounds like all peaches and tees. always welcome. we read on that it was "Titus

;facilities. served Brevard as we a bank believe to have and Bank of Titusville had gone defunct cream doesn't it; a life of leisure In her everyday business, out. vile Pennsylvania" instead of
she has been associated with during the "crash" and travel* but It wasn't side the bank, Mn Ashcraft Is Farmer Jones, who had two our Titusville.
The advertisements, usually placed by State development Citizens: Bank actively now for The had pretty young school teach like that at all, as can readily a limited partner in the firm of hired men and a maid, was be- Final paragraph of the news
er met Mr. Ashcraft
agencies, stress such factors as nearness 21 years. during be seen. Thomeon-McKhmon: members I Ing visited by a Wage and Hour release was: "Titusville is

markets available labor fast Her of the Inspector and the Inspector located in the Meadvllle re
fo supply, population husband the late E. H. New York Stock Exchange
said "I want to make development area, which was
Ashcraft, as mentioned above and she deals in Invest. sure you
growth adequate
transportation, pleasant living
founded Citizens Bank in 1934 ments. are not violating any laws by designated eligible to participate
conditions and favorable tax structures.At paying below the minimum. in the ARA program because -
and was president of the .
bank To get her in the political picture
then "Well, go ask them", Jones of persistent and substantial -
the outset these ads concentrated on the business Tltusvllle's only financial Woodrow Pepper Ash said. "There's Ralph who unemployment"
Institution, until his death in craft Is a first cousin of former .
aspects of their areas, but now are stressing 949. At this time Mrs. Ash. U.S. Senator now Congressman milks the cows and Bill, who We might suggest that some 4

", the desirability from a living standpoint, emphasiz- raft: assumed the reins of presIdent M. Claude Pepper,who served Florida I maid feeds and beds" them and our I of the unemployed people there A
and continued to operatethe It IliL IVERlY Hannah. take a look at Titusville, Florida
'k1, climate and recreational possibilities. for H years In the U. S. The
bank for Inspector checked with where we think we have
three years, until Senate and became one of the e
Business Week magazine, reports Associated she sold controlling interest to most influential Senators Florida each and each said they were the lowest unemployment rate
getting |40 dollars a week. The in the nation.
Copeland In 1952
Press, has conducted a plant site survey in which and retired from active ever had. inspector returned to Farmer
1,000 executives of manufacturing industries in 19 She has remained a banking.memberof the regular routine of banking I Mrs. Ashcraft has had her The Senator was defeated bya Farmer Jones and asked,

cities were queried on possibilities for new plant the board and a major stock. business but had never really share of active life participating debonair youngster, George "They're all okay. Any We this like Ken Tipper's remarkin "
holder since that known him well. But the In civic and service Smathers, In 1(48 in a hot campaign others week's "Botaryville.
sites to be considered time and dur- occas organi
general geographical areas the local
Rotary Club bulletin
during which: time some "Well only the half-wit. lie :
tog the past two years has again Ion came when the school ma'rm I rations She has served 2 terms I
what specific states, metropolitan areas 'or cities become active with the bank as talked to him about borrowing president of the Titusville mighty unkind things were said gets ten dollars a week for his "There are two ways to get to
would be favored. an employee in charge of openIng $200 to go to summer school. She Woman's Club 2 terms as about "Cousin Claude". tobacco and room and board." the top of an oak tree you
can climb it or can sit on "
new accounts. received the loan and marriedthe ;president of the Poinsettia Congressman Pepper Tuesdaywas "That's not right. I want to you
California, which has been conducting an Intensive Woodrow Pepper was born inMhlltown banker tater in 1941, ,Garde1 Circle served re-elected: to another term speak to him," said the Inspec an lot acorn.of Sure tried seems likea '

advertising campaign, came out on top in this Ala? the daughter of In 1943 she entered the bank. lOA I) years as regent of In the U. S. House. tor. people when it sitting to on
survey, with Texas, Georgia and Illinois next in order a school teacher Mr. 1, D. Pep.per ing business to assist her husband the Indian River Chapter, Mrs. Ashcraft is a wonderful "Well" you're speaking to him porting the Pride Inc.came, semi-pro sup-
her father, moved to North and became an assistant Daughters of the American Revolution person, highly respected by her now, said Farmer Jones witha football
Top-rated geographical areas included the Brevard in 1921 and became cashier in 1947 Two years later and for four yean tookan casual: friends and greatly lowed smile. game here last Sunday. I'I'the
South Atlantic, East-North Central and Middle At principal( of Mims Elementary her husband passed! away ambitious task as chairmanof by those who know her well

lantic. School taught awhile In Titus. and she was saddled with the the county library board. To her we offer congratulations The person who goes on a Every Monday morning's mail
yule and Shiloh before retiring tremendous responsibility of She Is also a member of the on the ttth anniversary of'her vacation and wants to forget brings our copy of "The Big
Florida ranks with the best In recreation and Woodrow finished high school running a bank as the institu- Pilot Club, holding various of. bank". everything often discovers that Oranee." the football special of
I II he has the first time he opens the Gainesville Sun produced
pleasant living and climatic conditions and witha
his suitcase on colored The
concerted effort directed toward industry, should photography( orange Is terrific.paper.. .. u I

reap a fair share of industrial expansion. Our tour- I Letters From Our ReadersMFN i I "Is is true," a tourist asked a the Gators are "brought to

ism advertising dollars pay dividends. industrial native of the Florida Everglades life." For Gator fans. it is an
es, "That an alligator won't at adventure.
dollars believe would also
advertising we ,
I Awards them not to come and also called lawabldlng and taxpaying citizens groups. So down with "I love light you if you carry a flash
huge returns. "
i Editor: the Jaycees (telling them the the Dave dark Five the Rolling : !
This letter Is to set things meeting was called off). The The news media has had a ter. Stones Stink!" Down with "Well now," said the native,. how Funny now, after it's all over,
s straight to the public about tno girl who called was asked by rifle Impact on the success of this rot I These girls cant like "that depends on Just how fast many people are giving
STRICTLY I Miniature First Nlghters' Award one girl to tell the chairman ol this agency through gaining pub- the groups even though they you carry It." and win taking in Florida.credit for the Johnson
Night her actions but the girl didn't lic understanding and opportun say they do. Take that statement
-1 1. The meeting was held for heed the advice and proceededto tiles for the assistance in the I Just stated. These girls When Jack, a twin finished Frankly. we'd give credit to a
BUSINESSFlowers the voting on the nominationstwo call the other teens. This rehabilitation of those Individ- don't like the Dave dart Five reading his composition "My hard working group of dedicated
weeks after the last play. girl did not bother to call the duals convicted of breaking the they Just think they dot Just Dog," the teacher spoke up and Democrats who pushed for
:. After every play the Judges younger children and that is like a girl says "I dig the Beatles said "Your composition is the Democrats "from the court-"
by Fran will soon be in a new home, at mailed in their ballots. why they were at the meetingand law.I am grateful for such informative all except Paul!" This girl same as your twin brother's.' house to the White House.

the corner of U. S.l and Laurel Place. Jess Childre >. The meeting was unsucce- the vote was taken (although stories which give your doesn't like the Beatles at all! And Jack replied, "Why not? An example Is John Mclaughlin ..
All children and few it did thinks she does. Reason for It's of Melbourne, who
((12 a parents not count) readers a better understanding She the same dog.
is the attractive
constructing Fran
new building. ) so the voting held did not 9, I'm sorry the letter from of community opportunities and all these accusations all the cornered this writer on the
Partelow, the "Fran" in the company name, didn't count. "Theatre Supporters" was printed this agency's duties and responsibilities groups represent the same The forthcoming annual convention courthouse steps last week for
waste any time in letting people know she is moving 4. However, I think the votes as It throws a bad light on toward prevention, thing. of the Florida Press Association a good lecture In what the

her sign has been up for several weeks. should have been counted because our adult directors and supervisors treatment and control of crime. These groups are all built up which will be the Democratic party stands for.
this Is a children's theatre and our nwmbwi To Sincerely, around the English Mersey Mth anniversary meeting by Other examples are Curtis
Grant's has their annual Toy/land/ Opening and who Is a better judge? those who will go on helping us. Roy W. Russell Sound Beat. None are better at the way, brings back memories Futch and Frank Darden of
Sale this week ending tomorrow. It's 5. The Jaycees needed the we would like to say: "To you, Probation fc Parole representing this Beat None of an occurance: at one of the Titusville. North Brevard's key
a sure names of the award winners we are grateful. CommissionerTallahassee are better at representing this conventions a couple of years .men In the Haydon Burns campalgn -
sign Christmas time U approaching. Manager that night, and no later. It wasthe I 10. Maybe next year we will Beat than others.Don't for governor. Certainly

John Moore reports they have hundreds of Items only night we could hold the be able to have a better year get me wrong I really ago.Traveling together to the convention their devotion to Mayor Burns
and be fair to "The and satisfied members Btatle Fans brought out many Democrats,
meeting more ,
to choose from and will have more during the Editor: dig the Beatles, Dave Clark were John Paul Jones, There
Pled Piper" casle. supervisors and were many others,
coming weeks prior to Christmas. Independent judges voted publicThank lou, Please print this letter for Five and the Rolling Stones. 1 the manager of the Association throughout Florida who worked
on i all awards all the so-called Beatle fans D. may dig the Rolling Stones a bit and James Jesse of Boca Rat. so very hard for individual
Don's Floral Art is of Titusville's given. than the others but I on. then of Punta Gorda.
newest C 5
one 7. The walk-on who got the Thanks For Article fans and Roiling Stone more candidates, but, in so doing,
business firms, opening in the Zeke Evans buildingon award did a pantomime, while Editor: fans. This goes for all other still like the others. When they checked in and the worked for the entire party.

South Hopkins, south of Magnolia Plaza. As mightbe the others up for this award did Personally and officially I English groups too. All I wantto So kids, please, for your favorite hotel desk man looked at their And to these we offer con-
do Is bring out the simple group's sake, dig aH the registration cards he cast a gratulations and
assumed from the slicing In unison while standing would like to take this occasionto a commenda-:
name, Don Is a specialist in In a group on stage. thank you for the interesting, facts about these "fans. groups not one. raised eye at them with the apparent lion for a Job "well done." The
all types of floral arrangements, corsages, etc 8, The meeting that was for article appearing In your paper They can't: ever really l be Tonja Page thought day might be victory for Democrats la due
voting on the nominations was Oct. 28 regarding our Joint purposes fans unless they like all these 1402 Overlook Terrace traveling n assumed primarily to them we believe.
Marr Hemke down at the Firestone .. .
has announced expansion plans for hU fine store.Store ailed unsuccessful the older because children somebody told 1 probationers In helping in becoming parolees useful and, ... ... ... ... .... .... ........ ... ... ... .... .... ., ;-:.;; .... ... .... .... y .... .... .... ... v ... ... .... ... ... ... .... .... .... .... .... y ... ... .... .... vt

The,'.. literally "knocked out the walls" as

they're expanding Into the vacant store next that W. J. Smith's Royal Colonial Apartments across No Year's WaitFOR

door, formerly occupied by a drapery shop. the street are nearing completion. Real Estate men

Marv la opening Firestone Toylaad and will use are always proud of growth and Mr. Smith a particularly I
the new space to display the many Items la this
proud of this one because he feels it will '
and other lines. And. of course Firestone great be outstandinl in North Brevard. oil

reputation was built on the fine tires they sell.
Another new firm in TUusvllU la Nance This Rate
By popular demand "Conrad" and his Higher
"Rock.masters" Tire Co. on South Hopkins, located in a buildIng / V
have returned to Macko's Lounge on U S. constructed by J. D. Roberts, local contrac

1 at Bellwood midway between Titusville and tor. Fred Nance heads the firm which
special Saving left by: the 10th of any month earn from the
Cocoa. The "Rockmasters" are on tap five nights ises In Dayton Tires.
1st Savings insured up to $10,000 $30,000 for a husband
a week Tuesday through Saturday from II p.m. t. and wife) by FSLIC, a permanent agency of the U. &
to 2 am. for your dancing pleasure. And, although this Isn't "strictly business" don't \ 7v Government
I' 6 V
forget there is plenty to do In Titusville this week-

John Loud and Dave DeVlese are "all end. The carnival is on at St. Teresa Church with

smiles" these days as they watch progress oa eight amusement rides, games and fun for everyone : Jim re enl Sat
) ma S
their new building for Brevard Motors The along with baked goods and home crafts, perform Current Dividend

structure will house offices, service department ances of "My Fair Lady" are slated for I Rate 4
tonight: and CompoundedSemlAaaually .. U.. AeUMlatlta TltutvIIU
and showrooms for their
Chrysler.Plymouth tomorrow night; and then the Indian River City I

Dealership down oa South Hopkins Woman's Club has its "Sidewalk Art Festival" Downtown Oillc Branch Office
in I Open 9 to 3 Dally. Also 4 to T
Friday Waiblagioa at Mala US N. Coqa1upas.
of Brevard
Speaking It is well to note the Indian River Shopping Plaza. 1


November ., "64 THvsvffle, (PlsrlcU), Ster-Advecite pager

and village in the county could to be held to settle the qumtten STAR-ADVOCATE Classified-Ads Get Result
Me to be Mined Ute new location -of location
$3,5 Million ContractOn tf the eourthouee. In ail if the Jaycees are MMoeatful -
All BMHM entered in nomination in obtaJmng Ute '*"-
are placed on the voting vary petition, the resulting
machine nr the election and a scramble for the new location of .r
place to aam provided for write- the courthouse could turn into a be miles
Saturn 1. B TowerA In WMriMUoM another requirement countywide free-ionaIL
\ of the law.

Majority Needed ahead in
See The
|3,$ million contract has parity monorail system at the more recent launch The Saturn Camay ahw explained that it
been awarded by the Canveral top of the structure for use in 1-B Is the next developmental no town, village or city was Star AdvocateFor
District of the u S, Army Corpsof erecting the rocket stages. stage In the Saturn rocket able to obtain a majority of the heating comfortGO
Engineers to strengthen the Complex 34 was used for the family which will wkttiiwte ia vote la die first balloting, the Your
service tower at Launch Complex first four successful flights of the giant Saturq V rockets to be name of the two top nominees I
i 34 at Cape Kennedy and the Saturn 1 rockets,while Complex used for man's firttt flights to will be placed on a new ballot Printing Needs!
I mike It ready for the National 37 was used for the three the moon ,and a second election will have
Aeronautics and Suburban
i % Space Admlnis-
tration's Saturn 1-B rockets. GAS HEAT
McDowell-Wellman EngineerIng County Seal Shiff Could FOR SALE

Co., of Cleveland, Ohio, received -I
333, and has eight months to do Present Complex ProblemsEditor's SUBURBAN PROPANE GAS HEAT WOULD COST YOU.
the work. I _. .. '
The contract, awarded by the ( note: The followingarticle forth the requirements of having Approximately 4 Ft. Tall ,
Canaveral District as construction I written by Jack Raymond one third of the qualified Delivered To Your Door Phone 11 '- MEAT SURVEY NEW 48 CALL. WRITE OR STOP IN TODAY. I Ij
agent for NASA's John F. appeared in the Melbourne 1 I. electors who pay tax sign the Saturday Only 267.2845 j : ; PAGE ROAD ATLAS OF THE Suburban Propane
Kennedy Space Center, calls for Times Wednesday Oct. petition to change the locationof Guaranteed 30 Days. UNITED STATES CANADA
reinforcing the service tower 28. The writer pointedly raises the courthouse. AND MEXICO. nit Phone
and providing a new silo system the many complex problems I The report states that the petition Cash On Delive -$33Oea.S 1 U.S. No. 1 North 2174411
I \ for enclosing the erected posed in the controversial proposal should ". pray for an ._,_ I I0
vehicle on the launch pedestal. and we herewith reprintthe election for a' change of the location __ --'- =-_- -- :- ,- __=--=
Some 60 tons of steel in roll article..) of the county seat (thatis --- ---
ed shapes and curved plates will Should Central and South Bre- it should pray for an elec.tlon I .
be used to reinforce the existing vard Jaycees be successful in for the location of the county "
tower. obtaining enough names on petitions seat)."
The silo system will Include asking for a change in Carney points: but in the report BLAZON
300 tons of structural: steel for location of the county scat, that should the petition put f'lHf... ,
the framework and 24,000 square many things other than the intent ; into nomination a location as a : -
feet of aluminum faced wall of the current drive could candidate for the county !seat It SPRING HORSE
panels for the siding. Eight new possibly happen.For would probably not be invalid 25th ANNUAL
aluminum framed and decked example, it Is Just possible but states the petition should not
service platforms will be Installed that Micro, in the extreme pray for the change of the county ONLY
to provide access to the rock south of the county or Mims, seat from its present location TOYL>>D
et for servicing. even farther north in the county to a specifically named new 1 w jt\4
Other features of the work In. than the present location of location. : I88
clude modifying the four exist the courthouse, could be chosenas Once the commissioners have "
ing elevators to provide addition the new location. the petitions in hand and the y : \ :
al landings; Installing 6,000 And by the same token, it meet the requirements of law, OPENIN f' v j
square feet of galvanized the frameof steel might wind up following the vot the commissioners call for nom. \Jf' 1 I3 ighandsome.
permanent siding on ing that the courthouse stays inations of locations to be plac-
the tower for wind protection: exactly where It is in Titusville ed on the ballot. We havo the Biggest and Best Selection of \Gj full of action!
providing two pairs of hinged
doors each pair 1,800 square If and when the petitions are I To place the name of a town Toys and Gifts in Our Toyland's 25 Years Four point safety
feet In area to enclose the fin presented to the County Commission village or city in nomination, fame. Saddle
section of the rocket and providing and are certified as sufficient all that is required is a petitionto height,2G inches.
a new !SOOO pound ca- the commissioners must the county commission withat
under the law call an electionon least 25 electors asking the NO
the question. area be placed in nomination.This s "
Thy n42aQ
HAPPY There also is a good possibility : In theory makes it possible : t% \\c3 MONEYDOWN
BIRTHDAYSunday that one election will not for any area of the countyto REMCO LOW
be enough to resolve the question ask to be considered as the
November I new location at the election to PRICES
I / Jerda A. Willis Details of all these possibilitiesare decide the issue. OKINAWA GUN Take Months ,
Gary Lee walker contained in a report pre Carney said following the Issuance to Pay A. C. GILBERT A
I Mrs. Wilfred Jelen pared for the county commissionby of his report that nothing and BANDOLIER EASY
Alvin Orminston County Attorney Herschel in the law states the name ERECTOR SET TERMS
Monday, November Carney and presented to the of the present location cannot be
ld rs. Seth Miller commissioners last week. entered in nomination.In .
Mrs. E. C. Vogt Based on attorney general light of this it is entirely ,
I Eddie Fine opinions, the report sets possible that every city, town' ONLY

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Friday, November 1,1SI
4 Tltuivllle, (Florida) Star-Advacat.

I Premeire Performance Of "My Fair Lady" Tonight I I

At Curtain 8 On Rises JWCProduction lVitA Netoa Atld Notes 'round town ii I

or Nomfn Brevatdr Phone 267-3994 will barbara


Tonight is the premiere per Local talent will spring to life Oak Terrace and have two children changed according to the sea \

formance of the Junior Wo as the delightful characters in Marty ((4)) and Ashley (3)). son. v
man's Club production "My George Bernard Shaw's play, Gene has an outstanding sup Judging of the yard of the
Fair Lady," with a gala 'First Pygmalion, are portrayed this porting cast which includes month will be done on a point
Mghter' party to follow Attendance Mrs. Cowart SpeaksTo weekend and next when Titus James Rose as HIggins, Ken system with the highest points '

tonight Is by reservation "If ,. vile Junior Woman's Club Morton as Col.! Pickering, Bet given for "design", "porportlon
\ "r n m'T
KiwaniansHilda overall effect", "quality"
"Bm"Brown and
presents the Broadway smash ty Kidd as Mrs. Pierce,
only.In .\ : +ry .J John "condition". It will bequlte an
true trooper tradition of } musical comedy, "My Fair as All Doolittle,
"the show must go on", the Cowart of Pride Inc. Lady", in the Titusville High Hogan as Freddy Eynsford.Hill honor to have this "Yard-
director and cast, : I appeared as guest speaker at School Auditorium. and many others. Curtain time Of-The-Month" basket placed in
producers and saddened over the f the Greater Titusville Klwanis for each production will be 8 your yard will you be the
hocked t. Club Monday evening.Mrs. Tonight's opening presentationfor first to have this honor? Let's
tragic death of John Chapmanwho Cowart described the the First Nlghters 'round p.m. all strive to beautify our yards
was playing the part of goals of Pride to Improve and town was on the verge of beIng and really give the judges a difficult .
CoL Pickering, decided to go enhance the beauty of the com a sell-out according to the The musical group of Titus- time deciding! the winner.
ahead with the production. munity. The landscaping of traffIc last word we received on the ville's first annual Arts Festival
Chapman died early Thursday Islands along U.S. Highway special night. Tickets for the met Monday evening with local Goldie (Mrs. A. J.) Dean and
morning of injuries received in No. 1 within the city limits is semi-formal opening night festivities choir directors to formulate her two daughters Jodie and e!
an automobile accident Wed one of their major projects. were sold at $5 a ticket plans for a "choir night" dur Karlina, of Bluebird Court were
nesday. Pride sponsored the fund-ralsing which Included an afterthetheatre !' big the week-long event. Attending guests of LIla (Mrs. Ward)
Curtain time is 8 p.m. at Ti- semi-pro football game held at party at Whispering Hills the session were Gard Schu- I Parks in Daytona Beafch 1 last
tusvllle High School auditori Draa Field last Sunday. Country Club. The Junior Wom ler, Mrs. Nola Peele, Mrs. Alice weekend while their hubbies enjoyed .
um. Following the regular meeting an's Club will use proceeds Masterson Miss Jo Ann Hardin, a hunting trip.
The all local cast, and the of the club, the Board of Directors from the show to benefit Jess Miss Alice Connor, Mrs. Peggy I Jodie and Karlina had a delightful
part each portrays, mcmueu the convened their monthly session Parrish Memorial Hospital and Lantz and Mrs. Goldie Dean. time "trick or treating"in
following talented performers: w + to discuss the distribution other local charities. Mrs. Jacob Hannemann is chair the Daytona Beach area and '
Gene Putnam Eliza of the second oral dosage of Sa- man of the Music COmmittee. Goldie was an honored guest a(
Doolittle, James Rose Henry bin Polio Vaccine; a foot bridgethe An extremely talented young Further plans for a "choir a Haloween party for that
Higgins, Martha rarabee club plans to erect over a woman will play the leadingrole night" will be held next Mondayat area's Beta Sigma Phi Sorority
Mrs. Eyn&ford-Hill, Jam Hogan WELCOME NEW MEMBER Mrs. meeting, Mrs. Gloria Grusenmyer. Also stream near Parkway Junior of Eliza Doolittle, Gene Mrs. Hannemann's home, and Lila. advisor fur the DaytonaNu
Freddy Eynsford-lliil, &en Jane Mann, at left, was welcomed as accepted into the circle were Mrs. High School; and review of recommended (Mrs. Dave) Putnam Is still the next meeting for the entire Phi Mu Chapter, was the
Morton CO!.. Pickering (Ken a member of the Acacia Garden Club Audrey Sikes, Mrs. Barbara Sullins new members.Dr. considered a newcomer to our festival committee will be held charming hostess for the traditional
Metzer with Dow area, since she just moved here on Nov. 16 at the office of Dr.
wad moved to this part, origin by circle chairman, Mrs. Helga Clark and Mrs. Chris Benner. Carlson Chemical Preferential Tea honoringnew
Company, will be last May, but she has been quite A. Kahn.
ally portrayed by John Ciiap- (center) and hostess for the October Photo. guest pledges into the sorority.
man), Sheldon Brown Altie speaker at next Monday night's active in theatre work during The lovely refreshment table
Jamie meeting. that time. A member of Titus. Eta Eta Chapter of Beta Sig.
Doolittle, Dr. Stiff was set with an open lace cloth
(part originally portrayed ty ,"r' r...... 'I, y' < I vIDe Little Theatre and a stu ma Phi held an executive board over pink and centered with a
Kidd T dent of the Earnest School of meeting this week to make tall of
hen Morton), Betty arrangement glade large
Mri. Pearce, Jean Holey Band Parents Plan Dance, Gene is looking forward plans for the sorority's annual white daisies, greenery and the
Mrs. Higgins: to working In many productionshere Valentine Ball next February.This six pink rose buds. Goldie
from musicals to stark gala occasion is sponsoredby
poured for the occasion and Lila
Norma -
Jack and : drama. She will be long remem- the Beta Sigma Phi City I
Te Annual Tree served a delightful array of deli-
Lord and Lady Boxmgion
bored for her outstanding por- Council with the Eta Eta Chapter cacies.
ry Terhune Zoltan narpathj ''' trayal of the reverend's wife acting as general chairman.
Warren' Heckse!, Harry, Ja. members of the Titus. of an customers, especially In "Rain". Attending the session were Mrs.
Van Horn Mrs. Hopkins, Gee ville School Band Association those who buy annually from Mary Lou Pierce, president; The Louis Hall family must
rge Mahan bartender, Llnu. I spent last Thursday evening lay. the Band Association. Other little theatre work for Mrs. Joy Myers, vice president be considered newcomers to '1'1.
Gene has been
"On The Town",
Forbes Mrs. Higgins' maluJim log plans for operation of their Included In the selection will ; Mrs. Laura Holm and tusville, but actually they are
"Teach Me How To
Luce footman, Marjor. two Christmas tree lots, an annual be Vermont Spruce, Pennsylvania Cry", "SIghtUnseen" Mrs. Goldie Dean, advisor. no strangers here, for they have
"Here We Come Gathering" 4
freed flower girl, Maria. fund-raising event Scotch Pine and Nova Scotia visited here many times at the
and others. Gene
Topper queen. Thanks to the generous con Balsam. Also this year, a new received her many Bachelor of Science Lovely Gay Schlueter, 105 home of Mrs. Hall's sister, Mr.
t Jake Hanneman is the dlrec sent of the merchants at the two line of selected individually Echo Circle, was honored witha and Mrs. Jim Davidson.The .
tor, ably assisted by Sands, shopping centers, Kirk's Plaza packed Balsam trees will be offered degree In and music at music Winthrop for Bridal Shower recently at the I family, Louis, Yvonne,
Coodklnd, JWC director. (;Big Apple) and the Indian River three College and taught the third home of Louise (Mrs. C. L.) and children Louie, Leslie and
In the chorus are Suzann Plaza, the association will The advertising campaign will for two years in South Carolina.. Kleinschmidt in Gardendale. I Jennifer, have purchased a
Jones, Jane Polrer, Lolly Jones again sell trees at the centers be launched soon In hopes of The Putnam's years reside at 1429 Many of Gay's friends were on home on Temple Drive. They
Marjorie Freed, Sandi starting Dec. 11. placing a Band Parents tree In hand for the gay party and en- Formerly lived in Bartow, where
Springfield, Grace Smith, The trees were carefully chosen each home in this area, accord. Joyed playing several delightful I Louis was deputy tax assessorfor
Elsie: Keller, Angela Hogan, in an effort to try to get Ing to Frank Sweet, president of Ixoria Garden games. The charming hostess Polk County the past 14
Jim Dunbar, Bill Bollinger, Jot I trees that will serve the needs the Association. Circle To MeetThe served delicious cake decoratedwith years.
Clrell, Morey Brimcr, T. 0. pink roses and umbrella on Although new to the area the
Smith, Eddie White and Paul Miss Lorene ViscontiIs Uorta: Garden Circle held a white background, and coffee couple have already become associated
The refreshment table was cen
iulUvan. with a monthly "sup
its first meeting of the season
The JWC has announced most recently at the home of Mrs. A. tered with large, white weddingbells. per club", the "Continentals",
at the proceeds will benefit Bride Of Randall with Bobby Dunn as president.
less Parrish Memorial Hotpltll. ., Terry RennieMiss Maney. Gay and her fiance', Gordon
Other club charities will .. Mrs. J. B. Smith was elected Orr, will be married Nov. 14 at CHAMBERS
.lso derive funds from this major Miss Janice Visconti Lutheran Church on Oct. 30, secretary to replace Mrs. E. T. St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church.A I ,
money-raising effort. Jess became the bride of Terry 1964, with Rev. Arnold F. Floyd, who resigned. 3"E'WEL.RS: ;
Parrish Hospital has been one .. Allen Rennie in a 7:30: p.m. Claus, pastor, officiating. beautiful wooden flower basket '.Je..Iy tf ttW ttt
of the club'i favorite projects .! ceremony at Good Shepherd Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robin Plans for continuing the beau. laden with artificial fall 1 :
with donations being made In son were the only attendants of ifIcatlon project of the Entranceto flowers, will soon be placed In ',
the couple. South Lake were made. someone's yard to signify it as '
1957 and again in 1951. Chrysler Wives
yr Luncheon The bride is an employee of Each member is requested to the "Yard-Of-The-Month" by the I ; ;
Nov. 18
i George Barley, Inc., and the bring a plant to the next meet City Beautification Committeeof F'FLOWERS FRAN
Titusville Garden Club. This .v
bridegroom works at the County ing for exchanging with other
The Chrysler Wives Club will Engineer's office. Both are members. will become a monthly event by "Noticeably Superior"
hold its November luncheon on graduates of Titusville High the club to encourage local residents I 1.'b.1 "0.1."'. Tol D.M"r'
rG: the 18th at the Act IV Loungeon School.A Refreshments were served by to beautify their yards. 211? Garden St. 27-2135
11 U. S.1 1, north of Titusville. the hostess. Flowers in the basket will be
reception was held at the -
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4 The Happy Hour will begin at home of Mrs. Josephine Schvi

', 11 a.m. and a braised beef tip dan following the ceremony, for
luncheon will be served at 12:30.: relatives and close friends.
i ). Commander Ed Stevensonwill The young couple is at homeat i IJ lrfJj_

be the guest speaker, giving 252 Shady Oaks, Titusville. ,
...... -, -. ..... .. .. .."., < an illustrated Art lecture on
different cartoon aspects.
COED SPONSOR-Miss DeAnn Duff of Mlms has Reservations must be in by .lowers

been elected a coed sponsor by the ROTC cadets at Nov. IS by calling Mrs. Ken for all occiiions Anewhat.
in neth drlan 7834373 for Cocoa. Finest In Quality and .
Florida Southern College. A Junior, majoring
Cocoa Beach Mrs. W 0. Design. You Name Price!

II elementary Kappa Delta education social sorority, Miss Duff and is Student a member Florida of Brown Mrs.J67-7607 T. J. McDonald for Titusvilleand 262- Jackson's FloristsU. But NOTHING builds

Education Association, organization for future teachers. 2309 for Melbourne. S. 1, So.. IRC, 267-4695JM

She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle E. Duff. -----------

morale like ; ji
Friendship Class Enjoys SocialThe .i
REALTY Mrs. Gerald Friendship Class of Way)Cohen, Mrs. William Malinger, the bank! ; .
(Millie) Christopher has Of Life Missionary Baptist I; Mrs. Violet Key and Mrs. YQUR. ".Wit fl'O R lit Y'J zL I II i in

become an associate with Church, Singleton Ave. and Frances Nicholson.
I \i
Edwards Realty in the Berry Road, held a social Tues .
Baldwin Shopping Cen day night. I

ter. Mrs. Christopher has Games and refreshments I| Want to get a real "head start" toward that new
lived in the Titusville were enjoyed by Mrs. Jess Hu
area for the past eight man, Mrs. Norman McCall Sr. 'Far Batter home, car or the youngsters' education? Enjoy the securIty

years and is well ac Mrs. Steve Golden, Mrs. Jake I I Nate Cara I I I i of knowing your money is on-the-grow in a personal)
quainted with the
area. 11
She will specialize in Friday, Nov. 13 Morning: Raymond'sIEAUTY I savings account here.
dome Sales. V. Shuler D. Stout; afternoon: LOUNGtI.
M. Salter W \\halen; evening: I WE PAY 4% INTEREST ON THE TIME SAVINGS
Pink Lady ScheduleThe i J. Hughes J. Moore. I. R. PLAZA
DEPOSITS 3Vi% On AU Other Savings Deposits.Or .
Saturday, Nov. 14 Morning: 26ra1u
Pink Lady Schedule foi, S. Gault; afternoon: B. Ziegler. LI
Jess Parrkh Memorial Hospital,, E. Chlldres: evening: L Rash \ III **. In today to open your livings .ceev"". shin got Into Itie
week of Nov. 8 through 14, is a s I R. Martin P Stamp. habit of making regular alepetrt from every ,.,c'k.'

1 follows Sunday: Nov. 8 Morning: Use Johns-Manville Terraflex

I?. Wilson, T. Wilson. L Rash; FULL SERVICE BANKING

afternoon: M. N. Cason; evening CASHONE I Tile and new, colorless J-M
: H. Conner, C. Whalen, C .
Williams.! Vinyl-Asbestos Tile Adhesive! Saving Accounts Safety Deposits Trust Service

Monday, Nov. 9 Morning, :
Special Checking Banking by Mail Certified Checks
E. Willis, L. Jones M. Eakin;
YouTl tx pleasantly massed low easy U I* to design TOOT
evening: R. Williams, E. Stout,
Tuesday. Nov. 10 Morning: DAY SERVICES50.00 own floor-nd Uy it younelf, toe-when you select J-M deIjnerityled Loans for any worthwhile purpose Drive-in Banking

7:. Young L. Pettlt F. Tuten;, Temfltx VIUI-Aabeeta Floor Tile and new
afternoon: F. Thompson, C Improred-formoU J-M Vlayt-Asbettoa Tile Adhesive. And
to S600.00 I the only tools yoall need for laying M entire floor-just paintbrush
Thompson; evening: L. Barnes
North Brevard's Oldest and Largest National Bank
J. Archer. J. Wilson. Make Th. Arrangements By Phone I and cfaforst Come to our Floor Tile Headquarters
Wednesday Nov. 11 Morn today., or phone oa for a tree demonstration. M FIRST

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Art Gallery 11 M I Works Of Art iI St. Teresa's

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Talent galore, both amateur .. fudges for today and tomor- Young and old alike throngedto
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and professional, is being ex- row's Sidewalk Art Festival the opening night festivities
1 htbtted: today and tomorrow tt sponsored by the Indian River of St Teresa's annual Carnival
the Sidewalk Art Festival, sponsored r nty Woman's' (Tub, department tan night: taking advantage of
by the Indian River CltWoman's \' or fine seta, win be two of Central the numerous rides, game
__ i booths, snack bar
and bakeshop
Club at Indian River 1t Florida's) outstanding art.
Plaza. IsU. available for complete

The two-day program is featuring family fun.
the works of North Bravura Hal McIntosh currently preparing The youngsters delighted In
and Central Florida artists to open a school of paint riding several kiddIe rides, play-
and judges will be two ol Ing at Winter Park, has had Ing grab bag", fishing for the
Florida's outstanding artists, wide experience in the field of i urht duck at the "duck pond",
Hal McIntosh of Winter Park ( art munching on the home-baked
A of the coodles\ and different .
and David Reese of Orlando. graduate Universityof petting animals
Michigan School of Architeo In the big tent,
Mrs. Jill Flink, art student si u
and chairman of the festival, ture and Design, McIntosh has Those who were "young at
said that participation had been aim taught sculpture and design i henrt" rode the thrilling Oc"(Vw
good and expected the entire at that university For five r Pr TlltA-Whlrl, Ferris Wheel
program to be a huge success. years he was director' of the "r MCITV Mixer rides: tried
Displays were set at 9 a,m. Lynchburg Va. Art Center wuii >I'h' < n' luck at throwing darts.
this morning and will be taken instruction In painting and de to-Aing baseballs', spinning
down at 8 p.m. tonight and set sign. He spent five years an assistant wheels. pitching pennies, ring-:
up again tomorrow morning. to nationally known nor Inc bottles' and tihootlng pVn's'
Judging will be tomorrow on the trait painter, Jerry Farnsworthat in ,1! m itinr skill' at these popu .
following categories: Best of the r Cape Cod, Mass., and Sara. :ir game: baths

Show, 2nd Best of the Show 3rd sot a. For the ladles. there Is ttte
Best of the Show and honorable Mtlnt<*h has four three years ever popular "general store"
mentions. Categories eligiblefor been an Instructor of painting and a new "handiwork" store
the awards will be oils, water and design at Loch Haven ArtCenter. with quite an array of handmade .

colors, graphics, photography Orlando. I'I LOYALTY AWARD An;,n, tho manv faithful items At the "nove1tI 1"'
o (amateur), and ceramicsEarl Presently the noted artist di. Howaid Johivon men and w< 'men honored at a ban shop there are a numhl't'If
Jones, president of First vides his time between Winter: quet at the D"+ 'llO.1 U"!,',, (I.)1t'ln l Nov 2 was Ill'0' delight all ages hichid-
Federal Savings and Loan Association Park and Cape Cod. Mabel Ives' of Titunvillc, shown receiving an award Ing what should be a popular
the Included In his private collections Item, a Beverly Hillbillies hat
has contributed to from Kenneth' Sexton, vk-e-preaident of Howard
festival atmosphere by providIng Hal McIntosh, above. who, along with David Reese, will judge Sidewalk Art Festival. in Florida, Virginia, Bos Johnson's Southern ivl.ion-rhoto complete with corn cob pipe.
coffee and cookies at the Indian I mandY(' York, are those.of Daytona Bench, by Dexter' At the Doll House booth, two
River Branch in the Plata Flower Show School waiter r. Chrysler jr., ana MCI : life see dolls I greet you on I the
during the festival. The coffee Ferrer outside and Inside two
are on
i Welcome
and cookies will be served by Set At MelbourneA Gateway Wagon David M Reese of, Georgia the Atlanta.loot Wearer Of Purple Heart display that will be given away
office. Is a graduate
the staff of the branch Sunday evening following the!
School for Museum School of Art and ,
Flower Show Ga. :
grand prize, a IMS Dodge Dart
Dens Of Cub Pack those Interested in growing I Official Board MeetsUnder studied painting* and drawing at and a trip for two to Nassau
312 Perform SkitsCub beautiful flowers, blooming land-. Art Students league, New York To Woman's Club (her doll ,is, dressed as a lovely .
scapes and making delightful the gavel of Mrs. Ned Mrs, Kennedy advised that the with summer courses In metals bride and the other as a little
Scout Pack 312 held 'ts floral arrangements for tables I (Gloria) Rust, president, the I club's new scholarship award of at Florida Stale University! ,, William H, Abbott a veteran He wan Clnllllll'n.'t.by\ the (V>mmunlHH old fashioned! girl
October Pack Meeting at St. will be held at the Civic newly elected officers of the silo will be presented to Miss Reese has taught figure draw of the Korean War and former ai a reactionary and a The Carnival will
continue for
Gabriel's Episcpol Church in Center in Melbourne, Nov. 9 to I Gateway Welcome Wagon Club I June Skroback, now studying ing at the Fashion Academy, In prisoner of war' a recipient of I PMtlcal (>m>mltiMr (InstructorIn three with
Titusville. Mrs. Catapano's Den 11. held their first off.clal board nursing at Daytona (Beach Junior New York and Drawing a" J the Purple Heart and Commendation theory and practice of communium complete family
fun of
the St. Teresa's
6 opened the meeting with Mrs. Millard Davidson of Tallahassee meeting on Wednesday. Nov. 4, College, a 18(14( graduate of Painting In the Atlanta Art Institute Medal, will be the MU'III t ,, ). on Catholic grounds Church at the .
saying the Pledge of noted columnist and I at 10 am In the Friendship Titusvlllc high school.( later heading the department speaker Monday night at the I With Ihe experience| he has of U !1,1 and : rr.ceeds corner
everyone Allegiance. Skits wore then author on horticulture and birds, Ri onr of First Federal Savings<< I Mrs. Kostakos was appointed of advertising design regular meeting of the Indian had he In extremely well qualified from the annual OJlbway.event will>

tut on by Dens I, 4 and J. will give the lessons! on herbs\ i 1& lx>an. hnirman of a committee to Implement al the Institute. He was associated River City Woman's Huh at the to speak on his subject: benefit the children at SL Te- J
Mrs. Marcinko's Den 1 did t and design for planting on M-m- Officers present Include; Mrs. a new Big Sister" welcoming with the Atlanta Art Institute Civic CenterAbbott "AnM-rK-anlNm, II e x I n a At rrsa'i School.Lockheed.
Teddy Bear Dance in Costume day and on Tuesday Mrs. A. R Mike (t'q) Bramhall, 1st vice- arrangement suggestedby for seven years entered the !service InSl'ptfmlK.'r 11,"", ",
noted lecturer I Mrs. Scherdln, a newcomerto He director of Telfalr 1(47 and WM discharged
the Cubs learned the dance Mullins of DeLand, president: Mrs. James (Jean. was Members are urged to attend
during the month and made the arranger and author will nette), Kostakos, 2nd vtce-presldenl the area whose former Welcome Art School for five years and di In October IMS During and hear thin Interesting talk, WivesTo
costumes. I give\ instructions and demonstrations i ; Mrs. Jeff (Susan) Holland Wagon dub had used the I i ischeme. rotor of Telfalr Academy for this Interim he nerved in Koreaand and enjoy the axial hour and Meet Nov. 12

llcnson's Den 4 made on table arrangements for I recording secretary, Mrs. | six years I wan a primmer n( war from refreshments to follow I
Mrs. faces of. cardboard and various occasions. Gunnar (Helen), Nygard, corresponding Mrs. Itarnnart reminded hoard lie has been awarded Ihe December 1WO to Apse ISM Anyone desiring to Join t h t 11 Mrs Louis Moorehead and \
'Would like to swing Registration Is at 830; a.m. secretary Mrs E. members of the workshop to be I Carnegie Foundation Grant to I l'Itt4. J just let your w lithe* he Mrs Robert FlUslmmonj have -
sang you the cardboard with lectures beginning at I. The (llelen), Ilermanse n. treasurer; held In Daytona Beach on Nov. paint Industrial scenes in Georgia Parties Honor known tit any member and they chosen!' the "Mousetrap" at the
on a Star" using school Is presented by the Melbourne Mrs Benjamin (Eva) Conway 12, which will be attended by and has Exhibited In region will take It from there Marls Motel for the scene of
props! Garden Club, Inc., with historian; Mrs John (Urn) Mrs Rust and Mrs Bramhall. al and national exhibitors Miss Vorsino, the Nov 12 meeting of the Lock

Mrs. Barnes Den 5 Heads made Mrs. G, F. Donovan as chair Gammon chaplain; and Mrs. 'I The board holds Its regular I Ills educational program( nlTelfalr Bride-To-Be heed Wives Club
Paper skit about man. Doug Barnhart, Welcome Wagon meetings the first! Wednesday of Academy for public /'rrjomifj (J Cards will begin at 10 a m.
and had an Lunches will be ,served at hostess each month and they are open 'school children has been written MlM Marlon Vorslm way recently with a social hour at noon and
each of the animals made noon by the Magnolia\ Circle It was announced by M 1 r s. to all members of the club up In "Museum News", honored by her Mtaw buffet to be served at 12:30,
very clever Anyone Interested may attend Bramhall that the club's next "Christian Science Monitor", I'an American employee* at Mr. and Mr. n, n. Hudson A most
Den 3 had appropriate program!
Mrs. Youngs'and her cubs carried all or part of the lectures. luncheon meeting would be I on First Methodist and "Thf Gazette de Beaux two parties celebrating her cowIng returned\ Thuinday from a 10- will be presented with Mr. Raymond
Hospitality of "Animalsin Nov 18 at the Torch Club. The Arts" (Paris) marriage to Dennta Ruffing. day trip In whkh they visited Cobb of the Flower Dell
out the theme W.S.C.S. MeetsThe Ire Is associated with of Dede dale Is iira Its wn's ateter Mrs It A
program will be a demonstration many l'1ly. (Wedding In Cocoa speaking| on "Flower
in animal Girl Scout Troop
Stories" by coming of how to make plastic flowers vartaM associations dealing In Nov 7)). Til eh, a (patient at Herman HIM- Arrangement Inh.. Holiday
costumes thy made dur Enjoys Barn Dance assemble! and arrange them, November meeting of the! the arts, Miss Vorslnti, better known .pedal In Houston, Trx They Theme
ing the past month. Mrs. U. by Mrs Velma Watson r Women's Society! of rhrlsllan as Molly to her friend at Pun were accompanied l by Mr and Reservations should he made
Goad won the hospitality prize vomc 50 monitors fronr and Mrs Mildred Tully who Service of Ihe First Method! ATTENDS PUNIML Am, WM Burnt of honor at a Mm F K: Waechler' of Orlando by Monday, Nov, f. The Tlusvllle .
which was a Jar of Trick or Sl'OUTronp Ml:; held a Halloween have a specialty| shop for this Church of Titusville was held luncheon given by her ImtmMI- Mm Waechler H aim a slier I area reservation! to
Treat Candy I Barn Dance al the Indlin purpose In Titusville Tuesday at the church Mrs Evelyn; Cummings flew ale co-w Mrs. Bender's Den 2 had the I River City Civic Center Friday I The board approved moving I After a lively and )productive to llama deGrace, Md., Sundayto her with an Early: American ------ -- ----- -
closing and put on a puppet night. ahead business meeting, with renwts attend the funeral of her walnut clink anti other I
show "The 3 Billy ('lOa"I I The group enjoyed dancing, to the December Dec.luncheon 9. since itwill of past activities and plans for cousin, Barney Earl Long! who Items lit fit the IIN'III.f heiplanned .. I
Gruff"; The cubs in her den and refreshments, aScot I Wednesday. Chinese future projects. Mrs Lucille was 'burled fconday In Arling/ \ home In (Dade city
games feature
a unique I
also! made paperbag masks for ; spokesman said. auilkm of Christmas decorations Rogers presented a program ton Cemetery (Va ) with full "Later, the Industrial RelnlNins i Ii
Halloween to Illustrate use of Plans were also made for a and commemorating Die 25th anniversary Military honors She returned and Security\ departments Joined NOW OPEN !
simple materials to have fun of the Women's Stale' home ,
mothers tea on Wednesday, Nov Tuesday to wish Molly wall and to
with. 11, at Episcopal Parrlnh II a I 11.I New committee members ap ly as It Is organized today, hayIng present her with a combination
Refreshments were served by The lea will 1 begin at 3.39. pointed for the next fix months / /grown out of the old Lades going[ away and wadding gift ,
Den 4 and had warey Black I were announced by Mrs. Rust: AM group wm In Hennessey Hall, cllmsv: Molly, who Is a graduate of
Widow Spiders hanging over a CubmaMcr Hob Glbwm; lit the I Membership, Mrs' Kostako" The program SINS honored ed by the birthday ceremony Cocoa High A basil and llrevarl a
Halloween decorated refreshment 10 candles which represent the ;' Mrs. R. (Heenle) Massa, Mrs the World Federation of ChurchWomen which rath month honors those Junior College, Joined Pan Am I
table, loaded with Halloween Cub Scout Promise and the advancements Elaine hone and Mrs' Conway; and their worthwhile objective members whom birthday falls I I In Wt Her husband he. f*>n. ,
cupcakes, punch and the boys m .e hospitality Mrs James (DIane l '' To krviw TirlM and In( during that month Mrs. Mark nls fluffing Is a graduate of '

coffee. I when they are Cub Scouts. I ); Fisher: Publicity Mrs I make Him known throughoutthe Phillips was the only honoree (Dade city (High !S-hocil and HI 'I -
:The following buys received Those Inducted were IA'e ,'John (Kathy Raffvrty and Mrs win-Id. prrient. and was presented with I'ndl'fllhf! nKcNu: of Moi'-li, 1
awards during the meeting; I Brown, David Goad Phillip Joseph (Margaret) Kennedy, I The meeting war<: ft'f' wed l la I." a beautiful cake and birthday and ti pre Anthony Aker, Bear, Gold arrow -I Catapano. Frank McCarthy I Ways and Means, Mrs June bounteous covered dl h Juno< !h- song Ihe Hade. r "' area I I'I. D N
and 1 year service pin; Randy Powell, Donald Neal, Scherdln.: and the following spe
Tbmmy Marcinko Gold Row Frank Gould, Ed Moore and clall'fJfl1mltleei. !Sunshine Mrs
Mike McNab, Bear badge Rob I Scott Spivey. Mrs tenon II James (Marie) Ryan: Trans
w A NT M o H e f o y o urr M o N 4*
ert Allego, wolf, Gold and 2 Silver Den 4 gave the new cubs portation. Mrs William ((;lad.YI FLORAL
Arrows; Russell Bnnegar! I Grand Howl to welcome thP.1 ) Bell:: Reservations Mrs. KBEP YOUR EVfe ON eKNowNyv
Wolf and Denner Stripe, Terry'I '' Into the Pack. Roger (Ruth) Ford and Mrs. I Illramhall \jl\ I

I Halsey, Wolf, Gold and Silver : Mrs Young's Den 3 will start i Telephone.' Mrs Ny fine meals at budget pri .8
i arrow and 1 year see pin. I II I the Pack beauUicathm project ,, gard Mrs Conwaand Mrs t
I Brian Barnes I year Serv'ce! I[ this month at Hilton Shell Mam ,I llermanson.: Luncheon Card I
Jin; Dusty Dlckson. 2 year Se.- i I the Hants are being i Party Hostesses, Mrs! Thomas"
vice l'ln; Clark Milliard, 1 year donated by the cubs In her den. (Ann) Gilvln and Mrs Stephen
Service Pin; Calvin Ludwig, I. Mrs. Ilene n'a Den 4 plan to, (lilt) Porter) Interest I i I GRANTS KILLET

Wolf, Gold and Silver arrows, I volt\ TllusvUle Marine Boat Groups Mrs Edward ((tattle) I

Steve Rucker, 2 years Service Works during November to see EpptngerYOUl.. I II I "mtFLORA" WORLD WIDE WIRE SERVICE
Pin; Jeff Suter, As*. Denner I just how a boat Is. made. '[ -- -I I

Stripe: Mark Ahrens, Denner i Mrs Barnes' Den 5 vMled R'OIOU( ) 1 SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
Stripe; Keith Frisbee Met the Fire Station and toured theY 1 3617 Hopkins (Magnolia)

Denner; Jim Futch Denner A. Building at Cape Kennedy I ( SHOES :
Stripe; Phillip Catapano. AMt I' during<< the Month of Oct g
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Good Shepherd Trinity LutheranSunday First ChurchOf

Church News Of The LutheranThe morning worship GodThe
Week service at Trinity Lutheran services of the
Rev. Arnold F. Ctaus,
Church begins at 10:15.: The Church of God will begin \\1

.. For ,Titusville and North Brevard CountyDeadline 4r pastor Good Shepherd for the congregation Lutheran at church Indian is River.on Magnolia A nursery Avenuein for o'clock Sunday this School Sunday classes: mormnJ at 10:I

Church, will deliver the ser
is small children is provided dur- There will be classes for alj
mon, "The Father's
For Church New on These Paces I P. M. Wednesday ing the service. ages.Themornlngworshlpservl.
Good Shepherd's Business", on
School for all begins
Sunday ages
Sunday Nov. 8.
w at 9. There is also a class will follow at 10:41 o'clock: withe
-- Identical divine worship services for adults. Children under three pastor, Rev. Ronald Holder!

First Christain 1st AssemblyOf will be conducted at 8:00 may stay in a nursery during bringing the morning message!!
and 10:30: a.m. During the sec
a Sunday SchooL Junior Lutter- The youth Fellowship will]
I I. R. C. God ond worship service a nursery and will meet Sunday afternoon meet at J.30: p.m. on Sunday

Is available for smalj children. from 2 to 3:30.: evening in the home of the
Services for First Christian N Services for First Assembly ofGod Miss Leslie Wheeler and :Mineare tar 3374 Elder Street pas ]
Church Coun
Church of Indian River City, + 1Z12 West Main St., i Debbie Claus will be In charge. TJemea.of1he! The midweek
Clay L. Craddock, minister, are announced as follows by PastorW. The Sunday School hour is til will meet Sunday night at will be held on prayer service

held In the Civic Center, as fol J. Cox: from 9:15: until 10:15: o'clock, 730.The: evening at 7:30: p.m.Wednesday In the'home
work will continue
lows Sunday: Sunday School, 9:45ant : with classes offered for three- of Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday: Bible School, 9 a.m.; ; Morning worship, 10:45: ; year old children to adults. The on Tuesday morning at 9 Stone, 12 Fern Ave. Floyd

Worship services, 10 a.m. and 7 Evening worship, 7:30: p.m.Christ's Pastor's Class will meet at this and that evening at 1. The lit On Saturday, Nov. 14 the f
wr rea confirmation Class will ,
the 10 o'clock
p.m. At worship y Ambassadors meet at same hour In the church: sanc- year Youth Fellowship of the First
service the pastor's sermon subject meet Tuesday from 8 to 7.
7:30: p.m. Tuesday and Bible' tuary, studying "God's Stand- Choir will rehearse Church of God will hold a car
will be "Church Simili The
study Is conducted: : by the pas ard of Right and Wrong," con- Primary wash at the Breedlove Texaco
from 8:30 to 7
tudes. At the 7 service Tuesday : ;
p.m. tor on Thursday night at 7:30: tinuing the lessons concerning Station on Hopkins.The .
the film "The Mosaic Age" will Junior Choir will rehearse from
be shown. I A Big Gospel Sing will be held Christian Doctrines. 7 to 7:30; Adult Choir will rehearse services of the First

Wednesday, 7 p.m., Prayer at the church: tonight, Nov. 6, Immediately following the from 7:30: to 8:30.: Church of God are presently being -
beginning at 8 with special second service the Fellowship conducted in the
meeting at the home of Mr and worship The Trinity Lutheran Church Old Indian
Mrs. Marshall Archer 840 Edge- groups including the Jubllalres Coffee Hour will be en- Women will visit the County River City Post Office Building.
of Titusville and The Italian This Is at the
Joyed. at corner of Hopkinsand
wood Drive, Whispering Lakes. W Home Wednesday morning
Trio of Cocoa.I. Sunday evening at 8:00: o'- 10 to sing. The Second Year Coquina.

clock, the Good Shepherd Confirmation Class will meet
Mims MethodistServices I I. R. C. MethodistThe Friendship Bowling League will Wednesday evening from 8 to 7, Church Of God

meet Meditation Time, a quiet time Mims
for Mims Methodist:
service of worship for the Pastor' Claus will attend the when the church Is open for Services for Church
Church, Rev. S. C. Mayo, pas&tor of God,
will be
Indian River City Methodist Pastoral Conference which will meditation and prayer
Elms, Rev. Kyle H.
are announced as follows: Bryan, pastor -
at be held In the on Wednesday evening from 7 to
Church will be held Sunday new office buildIng announced
Sunday: Morning worship at are as follows:
I 11:30 a.m. in the new church of the Florida-Georgia District 7:30.:
I and 11; Sunday School at Sunday: Sunday School, 19
10:00: ; Methodist Youth Fellow building located on HighwayNo. Missouri Synod, located in a.m.; Morning worship, 11 a.m.;
50 from Indian River Orlando.
ship, ( p.m.; Evening worship, Evening service, 7:30: p.m.
Heights The pastor Rev. Scheduled meetings and classes Scottsmoor First Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., Youth
7:30.Monday Robert Waddell, will bring the for the week
7:30: p.m., official a coming are as Baptist Service.
"The Greatest
board message, Danger follows:
o .y "
Tuesday and Thursday, 7:30: In Your Life. Sunday Tuesday evening the Pastor's Sunday School convenes at
p.m., Woman's Society study on School for all ages will be held class will meet at the church at 9:45: a.m. Sunday at First Bap-
25-YEAR PIN AWARD Kenneth Klemetsrud is resident of from 9:49: to 10.35: am.
'The Church's Ministry to New a Titusville 7:30: o'clock; Wednesday morning tist Church of Scottsmo r, with Attend
Nations." On Tuesday a film Klemetsrud, a Boeing Atlantic Test he has worked on a variety of company The Junior Choir will have its at 9.30: o'clokthe new Bible classes for all ages and nurseryfor

strip will be shown on "The Center facilities supervisor, right, is programs including the B-17, B-29, B- rehearsal Sunday from 3:00 to Study Class will meet in the Fel children under four years
Nations Challenge Christianity"and congratulated by A. M. "Tex" John. 52, C-97, KC-135 and 707 aircraft pro 4:00: p.m. at the church. The lowship hall. This group, with of age. Wilbur Griffin is superintendent Services

on Thursday a former missionary ston, BATC Manager, following presen jects, as well as the GAPA (GroundtoAir church will be open, beginningat Pastor Claus as leader, is pre
Mrs. Robert Nade, will tation of Klemetsrud'i 25-year service Pilotless Aircraft), Bomarc and i 4:19: p.m., for recreation for sently studying "The Books of Worship service will be heldat
speak on the work In India. pin. He also received a certificate Minuteman missiles. He came to Boe youth of the church: seventh the Bible" an 'over-all view'of 11 am. with music by the This

signed by Boeing President, William ing Atlantic Test Center in May, 1960, supper graders will be age served 21. A for snack the God's Word. adult choir under the directionof
Ben Junior choir
1st MissionaryBaptist M. Allen, marking his anniversarywith to work on the Minuteman program youth at 11:15.: The Methodist Wednesday evening at 7:30: o'< is Busby at 8 ;p.m. and Training practice -
the Klemetsrud similar clock, the choir: will rehearse;
following Ed.
company. join. a assignment at Youth Fellowship program will Union is slated for 6:30: with Weekat
ed Boeing in 1939 as a production wards Air Force Base, California. begin at 5:49.: Thursday afternoon at 3:15: will Mrs. Grady Sanders as director

First Missionary Baptist worker, In Seattle.__During his career .......... ship The for Sunday all Evening Fellow be and Junior in the Confirmation evening at 7:30: class the, ; Evening worship is at 7:30.:
will be held
Y M M 8.- -, ages at Mid-week prayer service is on
Church of Indian River ,Cit:, :' "f'-' '''''''''' ''''' !''''''';' Sunday School Teachers' meet.
r I--r- h 7:30: with hymn singing, and a Wednesday at 7 followedby Your Own
Eld. Howard Thornton, pastor, r J "'f" t"' i.i.34'' d": i'l\. :. movie ing will be held. pm.
on Communism.
.; adult choir practice at 8.
the ;
following services I :> t"; I
of the week ," ; .< ; :, !(i.Yi, ; ata': hour of will fellowship.conclude with a perIod -

Sunday Sunday School, 8:45m. : : /.' ,*t:w:4; t l> The First and Second Grade First ChristianServices Place t
with classes for all ages, ,.. f l.; "r'!WIlt,,' t. Choir will have its rehearsal Way Of Life BaptistWay
nursery provided; Morning w r- ; $! for First Christian
: ;/ :: Monday at 2:49: p.m. at the of Life Missionary Bap-
11 .
ship, a.m.; Baptist Training t1 Church of Titusville are announced
church. Transportation will be tist Church, Singleton Avenue at of
Course, 6:30: p.m. Evening, worship ':, ." 1i.<' as follows by Pastor Worship
furnished from Coquina schoolto Dairy Road, Owen Human, pastor
7:30.Tuesday: : Eddie Fine
the church.: The Junior Girl holds services as follows:
7:30: p.m., Ladies .\1' .I"" Sunday Sunday School, 9
,,,, Scouts will meet Monday from Sunday: Sunday School, 10
Auxiliary meeting at the 4:00: to 5:30: p.m. and Boy Scout am.; Morning worship, 1000: a.m.; Morning worship, 11; Eve

church. ntr ...it', :\,,( ", : r ynr Troop No. 170 will meet at 7:00: with pastor's message on "Res- ning worship, 7:30.: Wdco e
Wednesday 7:30 Midweek
: p.m., ponsibility to the Church": ;; 11 Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., Prayer
Prayer Service, Bible p.m.The Woman's Society of am., reading of proposed meeting.
Study course; Adult choir rehearsal amended constitution of the
F Christian Service will sponsor Every fourth Saturday, sing
at 8:30.Thursday : ,dl #'1tf1), church.: Members are Invitedto
4,' I a smorgasbord dinner Tuesday ing at 7:30: p.m.
10 a.m. ladles visitation from 9:00: to 8:00 stay for this reading; Youth
p.m, --------------
; 7:13: p.m., men's visitation meet at 8-45 Evening
t Adult Choir Rehearsal groups : p.m.;
1 will be
hearsal; 7 p.m.; 7:30:, Beginners Junior choir choir re. ,:, ;; J held Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. worship is at 7:30.: NEW LOW PRICE HEARING I
rehearsal '
I ,., i Explorer Scouts will meet The Willing Workers Circle
., Thursday at 7:30: pm. visitation will meet Tuesday at 7:30: p.m.at AMPLIFIER PERFECTEDHearing 1
Evangelism will be conducted the church.:

Pine Grove BaptistThe Wednesday and Thursday beginning Wednesday, 7:30-8:15: : p.m., ti rapidly becomingthe compact unit can provide the
at 7:00: p.m. I Prayer service. most neglected of the senses. help people need to live full active
Pine Grove Baptist Mission meeting Thousands of Floridian having lives. Weighing only a thirdof

corner of Spring and Stanford subnormal hearing live with an ounce, without wires or
Street In Scottamoor, announces '" J'r FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE mounting strain and tension because cords, this amazing electronic
they cannot afford ex pen- marvel bidet behind the ear.
the following services: I 1027 Park AT, Tltusvlll live aids.A Space-age techniques make it

Sunday: Sunday School, 10 Sun School 9i45 a.m. WorshipHour.il aoo. possible to offer the PERSONAL
am., under the direction of Florida firm has perfected a AMPLIFIER at a very small
Ernest Wooden, classesfor all Youth Fellowship 6 p.m. Evangelistic Hour PERSONAL AMPLIFIER which fraction of the cost of a hearing

ages; Morning worship, 11:00, 7 p.m. Wed. midweek ."Ic., 7 p.m. offers new hope to these people. aid.
Designed for those who can hear For full details, with obligation -
with message by Pastor Joh* THOMAS REAM. MINISTER when sounds are louder and for write VANCO. Dtpt. LC-1,
Ron; Baptist Training Course, Scrlptura1-Chrt.t.Centered-Enryon. Welcome those who can hear but do not P. O. Box 1289, Clearwater, Flor
1:30: p.m.; Evening service, Infants 8c Toddlers Nursery always understand, this tiny ida.
Tuesday, 730 p.m., choir practice.

Wednesday. 7:30: p.m., Mid 4.
week Prayer service.

Thursday, 7:30: p.m., the Hotnew .
Ladles Auxiliary meets for ,

Bible study and fellowship ,

tour, .
Saturday, 4 p.m., the Sunday Dodge at a new lower price. '' '
School ,
meets for ball game and

fellowship hour. ECONOMY RECORD CongressmanEd of all 435: House members on 20 issues Coronet'65-the best-selling new car in Dodge history. And

Gurney's 95 per cent economy votIng which tended to separate the economy why not? Coronet comes on big in all departments. Inside full-

WH Gray Ladies record for the past two years earn. minded members from those who favored size room and comfort. Up front a choice of seven engines I

Welcome Nine ed the Central Floridian a "watchdogof Increased spending Gurney ranging to 426 cubic inches. On the rear window stickers.

New MembersGray the Treasury" award in the closing ranked in the top 20 per cent nationwide prices that begin lots lower than those of any full-size Dodgesin

days of the 88th Congress. The award for economy conscious votes and years. Everywhere, more fun. In the Coronet 600 shown.

Ladles of Whispering I a miniature bulldog mounted on an inscribed was the top economy-minded Florida for example, bucket seats, console carpeting all-vinyl interiors,

Hills Elementary school weltcorned base, was presented to Gurneyby legislator according to the NAB analy padded dash and V8 engine art standard. And clean + ,

nine new Gray Ladies the National Associated Business. sis. In accepting the plaque, Gurney eye-catching beauty 1 That's Coronet all over. Who says ,y

Into the group Wednesday morn. men, Inc., a non-partisan organization declared that the constituents of the you can't please all of the people? Coronet's sure

Ing at a get-acquainted meeting composed mainly of small business 11th District had sent him to Washing going to give it a try. Drive one soon. "

held at the home of Mrs. J, R men. Gurney accepted the award ton to help halt the reckless spending

Patterson, 417 Rock Pit Road. from NAB president Elton Kite who policies that have increased the nation

The new members recently said the Association analyzed the votes al debt to $324 billion.
completed the first aid training ,
course and will begin workingAt

Whispering Hills Elementarynext Church Of GodS
Whispering Hills

chapter of the Gray Ladles now for Church of God of DRIVEINCHURCH

number 20.Murray Prophecy, 1218 Norwood Ave., s
Swain, Principal of are announced as follows by 0. w4

Whispering Hills Elementary, A. Dudding pastor: SERVICE
was guest speaker at the meet
Sunday: Sunday School, 9:43:
a,m.: Morning worship 11; Evening

Printing Needs! Tuesday 7 pm., Bible study. U. S. 1, NORTH TITUSVILLI

See The Friday, 7 pm" Youth Program
with Emma Dudding In

Star Advocate charge.: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 9 A. M. CHRYSLER


j First Methodist Church Titusville Sermon

ANNOUNCES 'B5 Dodge Coronet



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First Baptist ChurchFirst I 11.&l C KII71TIIIRtd Christian ScienceThe &t4& Church News Of The Week

Baptist Church offers nateriftMsUc view of man
..w. ...
three worship. servant every I : :1 contrasted with the perfecWWH-
Sunday. The early service begins r ty of man in Christ will be the 4r
at 8:30: o'clockith <-special theme at Christian Science
music and a message by I i = churches Otis Sunday. The subject For Titusville and North Brevard County

the Pastor, W S. Hardin. Is "Adam and Fallen Man" Deadline For Church News oa These Pages I P. M. Wednesday
Sunday School begins! at I:45 I Golden Text: "As In Adam all
am. with graded nurseries, die. even so In Christ shall all
classes and department for all be made alive' (I Cor 11:21). -
ages. Cradle Roll for Infants' References from "Science and First MethodistMorning St. Teresa's First Presbyterian I I"Shalom"

and Extension visitation for Invalids Health with Key to the Scrip Catholic
shut-ins and people who tures" by Mary Baker Eddy will worship will be the topic of

must work on Sunday t- include: "Mortals must gray.Rate First 8:30: Methodist I:45, and Church 11 ,am Titus.at Hours of worship at St TeortQ' the sermon by the Rev. Charles (Aft American' Lutheran Church)

Regular morning worship at 11 Godward, their affectionsand will Catholic Church are announced W. Bates, pastor, at the 8:30
ville Rev. E. W. Norman
Genesis 47:7-12 140 MAGNOLIA AVENUE
o'clock. Special music and a ; aims grow spiritual. they
the "You Were as follows by Rev Father -I and 11 o'clock worship services
bring message
the Pastor Luke 18:11-14 must the broader
message by on "TheSplrit'l near interpre INDIAN RIVER CITY
John B. O'Hare, at First
each of the three Sunday Presbyterian
Elected! at pastor
God be merciful
Handicap"Training to me a sinner tations of being and gain some I
, Unions meet at (:IS (Luke 18:13)A proper sense of the infinite, service The 11 a.m. service is Sunday Masses: 7, 8:30.: 10 and Church: There Is a church hour SUNDAY SCHOOL ...,. ..?*.,.'..:.,. IiDO un

p.m. for all age groups. man started me to thinking In order that sin and mortalitymay broadcast over radio station 11:30 a.m.Weekly. nursery for children to age six CHURCH SERVICES ....... .... lOllS a.m.
Evening Worship at 7:30: o' when he said "If I could Just be put off' (p. 2(5)). WRMF. MassesMonday at the late service only.
clock with special music and a live my life over." This Is the First Church of Christ, Scientist Church School, under the supervision through Friday, 8 a.m., Saturday Sunday School convenes at I W. Extend A Cordial Welcome To Youl

message by the Pastor on, way many of us express regret Titusville, holds Sunday of Sid Carraway, will 1 a.m.Confessions. 9:45, with classes for all.
"Alive But Dead". for the way we have spent services at 11 a.m. and Wednes- begin at 8:30: and at 9:43 a.m. Saturdays 4-S and ior High and Senior-High Jun-j CLAUD I. TiJAN. Puts

Midweek Prayer Service it or misspent our lives. day testimony meetings at 8 with classes for all ages. 7-8 p.m. meet in the church at 7 p.rn. i31a I
Wednesday at 7:30: o'clock. We feel that if we could live pm at IN Baldwin Shopping Youth recreation will be heldat
them over, we would make more Center. Sunday School for children J:30 p.m. with choir orchestra

friends, or we would get more up to the age of 20 con snack supper and meetings. I
Drive-In ChurchThe education, or we would give venes at 11 a.m. in the Chamberof Evening worship will begin at
more attention to the church Commerce building All are 1:30: p.m. with Mrs. Paul Low.
Titusville Drive In and to other things that really welcome. rey at the organ, and Mrs. Dale I
Christian Fellowship held I Its count. Custer directing the youth choir.
first meeting Nov. 1 at This sounds good. But insteadof The Official Board will meeton
the Crown Drive-In Theatre sentimentalizing over whit Church Of ChristThe Monday, at 7:30: In Hennessey

Rev. Leslie M Sparks Is we would do if we had the Church Hall The Board of Trustees willmet't
minister of the new churchgroup. of Christ meets at Immediately followingthis
chance back
to over our
the corner of St. Johns and Hop
lives, you and I should give kins Board meeting
The pastor's sermon topic for thought to what we can do with services Avenue.Is The follows schedule of The Joy deLeon Circle will I I I ,,, T rl"r"
Sunday is "Good News for To- the rest of life as : meet at the home of Mrs. 0 E.
"day" Preparations are being We do not have to live life Sunday: Bible study, 1:50: Davis, 1421 Sun Terrace, at 1:30:
made to take care of as manyas over to do some of the thingswe a.m.: morning service worship, 10:50: a.m. Tuesday with Mrs. Granville iI _

100 cars. Free coffee and donuts < say we would do if we had a.m.Midweek; evening Bible I p.m.is I Goad having the program. gd .
. will be served at the friend the chance. We can do soma- at 7 study, on i The Elizabeth Howell Circle .tk
ship table. Wednesday p.m will meet at the home of Mrs. _
thing right now that is In line Bible classes for
The service begins at 9 a.m. with what we say we wish we all both are provided :John Stephens, 4 Azalea Ave.,
and people may come dressedas had done. groups Sunday morningand 'on Tuesday at 930: am. with
The adult
they are and families may By making the decision to put class Wednesday, which meets night.In the audi !Mrs. Hugh Wicker In charge of
remain In their car to worship the rest of life in the hands of torium will seriesof I the: program and Mrs. Doug
begin a new
together. Christ, we shall find that the remaining the 18th. This classIs Moyniham conducting the devotional
These services are non.sectarian study on A baby sitter will be provided I 41
years, with Ills help, taught by Maurice W, Jackson : t l,
and all faiths are welcome.Episcopal at Hennessey Hall.
can be the best. s
Jr., who also is the minis-
Prayer Our Father, help us ter of the The Sylvia Aldrich Circle will
to see that looking back and meet at 10:30: a.m. Tuesday at
fretting over the past will bringus the home of Mrs. J, C. Flake, '
Grace Baptist 2324 Old Dixie Hwy. with Mrs.
The schedule for St. Gabriel's nothing but regret Give us
the strength and courage to look I Poe in charge of the program.
Episcopal Church, as announced Services for Grace Baptist i The meeting will be followed bya
Into the future and to act by
by Father Ferguson, is as accepting Christ as our Savior Church are held In the Community covered dish luncheon. 1
follows: Church Building, Old Dixie I The Junior Girl Scouts will
and serving Thee. We in
8 pray
On Nov 7 at
Saturday, ,
the name of our Master, who Highway, as follows: meet in Hennessey Hall on Tuesday -
a.m., the men will meet to paint : Bible School, 10 a.m. 3:45.
Sunday ; at :
to "Our -
taught us Father
the Parish Hall. At 10 a.m. chJ- pray ,J'
drens confirmation class. who art in heaven . Morning worship, 11, with Pastor The 11 a m. choir will hold re 4
. Amen. Margone's message on hearsal the Sancturary at 7:30:
On Sunday, Morning Prayer Thought for the Day: The "Where Are We Going"; Youth pm Tuesday, The Boy Scouts
will be said at 7:15: a.m.; Holy : *f
life linked to God is the life that meetings, t p.m. The Junior will meet at Blanton Park at r
will be celebrated
Communion counts. hIgh group will meet at the 1:30: p.m. Wednesday: the 9:43a : wug ,.
jit 7:30: a.m.; Sunday School for Cyril M Jackson home of Mr, and Mrs Charles .m, choir will rehearse at 7::30p.m.
the Fourth grade and up will (Illinois) Denman, Temple Heights; SenIor Wednesday, ,
meet at t a.m.; Family Eucharist High will meet at the church: The Bethany Routh Circle will t
will be celebrated at 10 a.m : Evening worship, 7 p.m.. with I meet at the home of Mrs. Frank ..
The Sunday School, third grade: Jehovah's Bible message on the Book: of Kirkland, 168 Roosevelt St. at 10 .ra.
and below, will meet at 10 a.m. WitnessesThe Romans. a.m. Thursday, Mrs. Ruth Pat
under the direction of James Wednesday, 7 p.m., Midweek terson will have the devotionaland

Munnls, Jr. program to be held at the service, studies In Colobslans. Mrs Lucille under will
The E. Y. C. will meet at the
Kingdom Hall, 1422 Nor- Thursday, 1:30: p.m., Bible have the program
Parish Hall at 2:30 p.m. this wood Ave. is announced by L. Club for boys and girls with Sue The Violet Hughlett Circle will
Sunday to go to Palm Bay. D. Shawver, local presiding Denman and Sadie Platt. in meet Thursday, at 8 pm. in
Transoortation will be furnlslfrd minister. charge. the home of Miss Mamie Love,
On Tuesday;Nov, 10, at 8 p.m.
Sunday at S p.m., a Public Bi 309 S. WashinGton Ave. Mrs. J.
St. Catherine's Chapter wsll ble lecture will be D. Hanim will have devotional
given by a
First Mims
meet at the home of Mrs. Frank representative of the Watchtower Baptist, and Mrs Bill Williams will\ be

llublnger. Society, G. Hughes, whose First Baptist Church of Mlms, I In charge of the program.The rY r" Gk" '
Nov. 11 MornIng I
On Wednesday, '
will be said at 7:15 topic is, "Are Wicked Spirits Rev. Joseph E Boatwrlght, pas Wesleyan Service Guild ,
Prayer Misleading The World?" FollowIng tor, announces service as follows will meet at the home of Mrs
a.m.. followed by Holy Communion the lecture, at 4:15: : Doug Barnhart, 1110 Main St at
the weekly Bible Study Is held Worship services are held at 1 p.rn. Thursday
On Thursday, Nov. 12, the discussing the subject, "Peace 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. each Sun The Methodist Men will hold
will be celebrated
Holy Among Men of Good Will" or day and Sunday School at 10. their regular monthly meeting
at t:30 a.m. The choir Armageddon- Which? The Junior and Youth choirs rehearse from I to 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov armistice
will meet under the direction of
Every Tuesday at 8 p.m. an. at S p.m. 14 in Hennessey llaO. day
W.H.H. Bennett at 7 p.m. Adult 10
other Bible Study is conductedon Monday, a.m., Beginner
confirmation class will meet at "Babylon The Great H i i choir rehearsal; 1:45: p.m., Primary Church Of God YwlaTh.Church..
7:30: p.m. Fallen God's Kingdom choir rehearsal, 7:30: General Joseph( N. Daniel pastor of TheChsnhlaY.e
Rules!toThursday WMU meeting the Church of God, Hopkins
Westwood Baptist at 7:30: p.m. the Theocratic Wednesday, I p.m., Supper; Avenue, extends an Invitation to Swords must give way to ploughshare and Spears must be refashioned Into .. ".'

Ministry School is held, 6:30. Sunbeams, GA's, RA's, the public to attend services Pruning.hooks. Hatchets must be buried, and rifles converted into crosses We must ... ... .J

Westward Baptist Church, followed at 8:30: by the weekly YWA's, Officer Teacher meetIngs Sunday at 11 am. and 7 p.m. I oppose, with all our might, the antagonisms that are growing between peoples of the ah'uiioi"s.ose w
Sli Old Dixie Highway, Rev A. Service Meeting. at church: 7:30: Hour of Sunday school Is at 10 a.m.
J. Howell, pastor, holds services Power: 8:30: Church choir rehearsal Youth meeting will be held earth. International conflict mutt fee solved; world peace must com. May w. havean

as follows: Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. and Prllv Armistice of long duration. May We have Peace
Sunday: Sunday School, 10 C&M AllianceThe Thursday, I:30 am. and 7:30 er meeting Thursday at 7:30:

a.m.; Morning worship, 11, with Sunday School of the p.m., visitation program. p.m.PUBLICIZE. J
"Three Kindsof -- This Church Feature Is and
pastor's subject C&MA will open at 9:45 a.m. I sponsored supported by:
Righteousness";; Training Un with Park Braden leading the
ion, 1:30: p.m., Junior choir I with and further
program songs
practice 7; Evangelistic serv reports of the results of the YOUR Duffy's First Federal Savings & Loan Association

ice, 7:30: with sermon topic "Vote Sunday School 64" campaign Mims, Florida Downtown TitusvilleBaird's
"What Is a Missionary Baptist Ronnie Curtis will lead SERVICES OR
Church?" the Junior department opening
Wednesday, 7 p.m., old fashIon exercises: and Franz Ashbaugh SPECIAL EVENTS Town Motel Mobile Home
Bible study and prayer meetIng will teach the Adult Bible class i Downtown Titusville Rte. 1 Box 331 1 Cocoa, Florida

The nursery will be open during ON THIS PAGE
Thursday, 10 a.m. and 7 p.m., all the services of the day Threlkeld's Standard Service .1' Luke Cain
visitation. "The Beginning of the Second,
The End?" will be the sermon VIV'II be pleased, with he ,..,.,... 'IV el Ire' r.uh.Ina Downtown Titusville, AM 70937Indian ,'.'hi State Farm Insurance Companies

Baptist Aurantia topic by the pastor, Rev Roy the se.ol..4 North Crverd C.uney fhwth these Star.Adv.cete 214 Palm, Titusville

Forward.The church ,..... A paid .....rtl.."' .... the she of River Machine Shop
Pastor David Griner and the Christian Cadets, Senior this announcement will set yen .nly $5.DO roc IIIUI. Call Indian Rive City Florida '" Boyd Gulf Service
people of this fellowship extenda AYF groups will meet at 4:30 267..711 fee the .nlc. .. .... d sue advertising'. ... Downtown Titusville
cordial welcome to each who p.m. At the same time the Adult ..,.
would attend its services. Sun- Council class win study "Why I Mims Citrus Growers Association )
day services Include Sunday Do I Worship on Sunday?". MImi, Florida Brevard Lumber Company
School at 1:45: a.m. and Worship "Remember the Reformation"will
Service at 11:00.: be the sermon topic by the WELCOME TO THE
Wednesday evening Prayer pastor during the evening evangelistic CIA001 Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Roberts, Jr. W. E. Kennedy

Meeting and Bible Study is con- service at 7:30 p.m. First Baptist Mime, Florida Didcock Furniture, Titusville
ducted at 7:00: p.m. Wednesday 7:30: p.m.. Prayer ) '{

The church is located nine meeting and choir practice 111, Bryan-Conway & Winstead Inc. C W Danenburg
miles north of Titusville at U. for both the junior and senior Church "WIt
S. 1 and Burkholm Road and choirs Downtown Titusville 'J' Danenburg Realty
Is affiliated with the Southern Thursday the Alliance Men etwtl i 1314 S. Washington, Titusville

Baptist Convention. meet at 7:30 p.m. a.eyt6 Belk-Lindsey
Of Mires )
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CHURCH /j_ IS II I I ''I 8. Hopkins at Titusville City Limit
9:13 A. M. Ray Nelson Insurance Agency- i, t
In The Heart Of The Community MORNING WORSHIP I Die Apple Plaza J+ ; Fransen's Drive In Restaurant
11:99: A. AL ., I and South
tstuTl11..11ortdaW. t > Employee, Washington
Mala It Hopkins I YOUTH cNo1R R4 g.nTHIARSAL ; TtttnvUleii
I J:. P. II.'I t Burger King .> {:
S. HardJo. PastorSERVICES ''I TRAINING UNION North U. S. I, Titusville 1
6ts F. M. rIYININO | Edwards Realty I
: WOISNlr : i
7:. F. II.I Duff Electric-Titusville p Joe and Mary >Edwards
.u. /+
Sunday Worship . ... . 9M 1WO AJ I WID. NIGHT 'IAVI..IIRVICI __ a Baldwin Shopping Ce&ter
Sunday School . . . . . Si AJ4. lAF.. M.n. a'iKrNt ; Mr. and MrIL Guy Dull

Training Union . . . . Alt l
Sunday Evening Worship! . . *M P.M. End Of You ; IIII Canaveral Rambler Brevard Mutual Ins. Agency, Inc.

. . 7.30 P.M. Stuck lot
Mld-W..k Service. Wednesday II allrf.ndiy X jI I 'rI Phone AM 7-1313 Downtown

Oldest Baptist Church In Area-Estahllshed la I .

IMS-AffUlated with Southern Baptist Convention I ,. c- tI-.4 in I.I-treoo.A vt.u. Rinker Materials Corp. d Th. Employees of ? 't'

_AUCoIIC1tloaMotla.r of Three Churches hew C.m1.Al I West Orange, Ph. AM 7-x900 .,.' Suburban PropanePrld. '#.... !'Ii' ..
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We InvUe You to Attend Our SerYlc: .
Cordially Tltwville"
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I I i Indian River Cily Soul" Titusville News I 26 Estates FiledIn $1,880.Berimd J. Ward Cook than

County, IB., Sept 2, 1964 apreKimaWy >
1 $*,888.
..... S.N till 7:00p.m. Probate CourtThe
; Hal... Party be served from : tickets for ADen Eugene Fudge, Brevard

A group of teen-agers met at For advance County, Fla., Sept 19, 1964
tile home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil I the dinner, call Mrs. Sutton at following estates were filed under $5,000. approximately til. -

liam Rodriguez at 1120 Hardy rK 287-45M or Mrs. Hollowty at for probate in the court of Eugenia M. Haas, Brevard Emory A. Lemon, Brevard

Avenue, Saturday night, for aI I 267-1728. of Fun and Entertainment County Judge Virgil B. Conk- .County, Fla., died Sept 14, 1964 County, Fla., died Jiae 13, 1964
I Halloween Party. The party A Day ling for the month ending Oct. approximately $25,000. 1600.
was hosted by Mike Coffey and will be concluded with an 31, 1964; listing residence at Tolbert M. Whidden, Brevard Catherine M. Davis, Manatee

Dee Rodriguez. exciting auction that no one time of death, date of death and County, Fla, died July 1, 1962 County, Fla., died May 8, 19oa
to miss. Plan now
in would want
The young people Indulged probable value of estate: more than $500. $10,000.
various games and there was to attend. Don't miss one fun- I Charles T. Fatten Volusla John R. Undberg Bre-
Earl E.
much dancing and singing as tiled minute on Saturday, Nov. County, Fla., died Sept >, last yard County, Fla., died Aug. 23, Tupper, Ottawa County
this worthwhile Mich., died Jan. 1, 1962 _
The %1, while helping
the party progressed under $ ,OOO. 1964 more than 100000.
started at 7:00 and was organization earn money tor Hen approximately $500.
party Ben Lee Cunningham Esther H. LeGrand, Shelby
scheduled to end at 11:30: but their Special Projects Fund. derson, N.C., died Nov. 11, 1963 County, Tenn, died March 16, George Harnlshfeger, Brevard
County, Fla, died Feb. 21, 1933
everyone had such a good time fd not exceeding $ ,OOO. 1961 not stated. not stated.
that no one wanted to leave. Home AgainMr John Victor Ogle! Brevard Arthur E. R. Jones, Brevard'
Finally the last guests left at d and Mrs. C. L Stearns of County, Fla., died May 22, 1984 County, Fla., died Sept 13, 1964'' t
1:00 a.m. 225 Delespine Avenue have been more than 5000. not stated.

away for several months visitIng James Lee Owsley, Brevard Flora B. Solana, Brevard

Old-Pashlon.d Swing BM In Missouri, Mississippi County, Fla., died July 20, 1984 County, Fla., died July I', 1964
and Alabama, with relatives Approximately $ ,OOO.
Members of the Young Homemakers more than $5,000.
The Stearns came to Indian Emmie L. Thompson, Brevard
Club of Indian River Walter T. Snow, Brevard tJ.
River City from Missouri, Fla. died Feb. 15, 1I5a
County, ,
at the home of .
City congregated where they own their own farm, County, Fla., died Sept. I, 1964 /
Mrs. Paul Rutz, 810 Delano more than $5,000.
have kept during all
Avenue last Wednesday morning r which they Mr. Steams usedto Mann presided at the business Martin M. Herr, Brevard 299

and for several hours held" these work years.for the Rhodes Gas meeting which followed. County, Fla., died Sept. 2, 1964 JSY
old-fashioned "Sewing Bee. 3 Annual election of officers
an ,'t'" later Drl-Gas) but more than $5,000.
The purpose of this sewing wu held for the ensuing year. S. Maler Loraln County -
time Simon '
decided to retire some .
bee to make robes for the -, Mrs Paul Mann was reelected
was I
LI a" Mrs. Stearns Is very In- Ohio, died Nov. 22, 1963 -
South '! ago. II
Brevard County Home in as president, Mrs. Jackie
I' ..if; terested in Civic work. She is not stated.
member Mrs
Titusville. Each .. : .6!: member of the Garden Club Falser u vice-president, Etta Mae Hallum, Brevard
for ... '
brought enough material --- ..- and was a past-president of the Bertha Demond as secretary,, County, Fla., died Oct 15, 1962
one lap robe. Three portable Mrs. Mina Wagar as treasurer
sewing machines were set up. HALLOWEEN PARTYTwentyfourteenagers Judi Johnson, Pat Matheney, Linda Indian River city Library Assn. and Mrs. Florence Richmond as less than $3,000.

Some of the ladies did quilt tying fathered at the Rodriguez: Marcum, Carla Capdeville, Darlene Chaplain.The Martin E. Price, Brevard r
while others machine-stitch. home Saturday night for Halloween Andrews, Rev. Rhodes, Mike Coffy, Art EiMbtttofi. attendance at this first County, Fla., died July 26, 1964
than 5000.
ed the borders.A fun. Our roving photographer finallygot Jack Powell, Ed Keller, Fred Decker, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Karbergof meeting was exceptional with -Lulu more M. Long, Brevard Coun-

total of eight women were the group together for the above John Cullen, Mike Knowles, John 335 Rosehlll Avenue, went to 29 present. At the conclusion ty, Fla., died Sept. 5, 1964 10 PIECE SOFA BED
present and the County Home In picture. Attending were Dee Rodri- Deason, Wayne Miller, George Mor- DeLand last Sunday to attend of the business meeting games more than $5,000. Group Value-$169.95

Titusville will be the richer by quez, Barbara Gorman, Leslie Lepine, ford, Gerald Moore, Don Cozort, Bob the Fifteenth Annual Exhibition were played and an enjoyable Agnes Emmons Thursfield,

I- lap rabes this winter. Peggy Price, Connie Zimmerman, by Gass and Eddie Hayes. of Art Work done by Volusia evening spent. Brevard County, Fla., Sept. 25,
Mrs. Jackie Robinson provid County artists. The Exhibit This club meets once a weekon
1964 not stated.W.
ed home-made cookies and was held at Sampson Hall Gallery Wednesday evenings in the v
these were served by Mrs. Rutz at Stetson University. Civic Center throughout the B. Jones, Brevard County,
along with coffee or tea. An Richard Karberg their son, winter and early Spring months. Fla., died July 10, 1964 more

enjoyable and profitable mornIng 4: >et' ; ri,9 who is working towards his Another change made last than$5,000Allen y

was spent. sy pq Master's Degree at Stetson, evening was to schedule their C. Henry, Lane County,

was one of the two Stetson students covered dish dinners from the
Homemakers Club who had paintings at the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each

The next regular montly r Exhibition Richard was among month to the 2nd and 4th.Cookta Let Us. 10 PC. ]

meeting of the Homemaker'sClub the prize winners and also sold Beautify Your Group BEDROOM]
his titled "Shaker At Festival
will be held next Tuesday, painting,
Nov. 10, at 9:43: a.m. at the Lakes." Coffee and cookies will be Home and
Civic: Center. During the month of Octoberhe served during the Sidewalk Art

So as not to confuse the public '"v kr was initiated into the Journalism Festival at the Indian River EliminatePaint
mention is made that there w Honorary Society SigmaPI Plaza today and tomorrow, --

are two clubs with almost the Kappa. courtesy of the First Federal Costs

lame name. The purpose of Savings ft Loan Association of
each is the same, but this Club TowrUt Club Titusville. WithAluminum

formerly known as the "HomeDemonstration" The Tourist Club held Us This added facility will no 21 PC. DINETTE .
Club changed first meeting of the last doubt attraction in SidingCall
__ year serve u an Group Value S44I
Its name from Home Demonstration L Wednesday evening in the Civic itself and will be available both Today .

to "llomcmakeri", Center. This club is, for the days from 10:00: a.m. till 8:00p.rn. : 27-3455
The program at this meeting most part a senior citizens' club .

Will be "Bring them back to because most of the membersare This Sidewalk Art Exhibit is Settles Roofing MATHER
will those who live North and the Woman's
Life, and this program up sponsored by Wu.houa.-1004 PinoSptclallilng
embrace the "Remodeling, alteration SEWING BEE-Members of the IRC Phyllis Lindsey; second row Mrs. winter down here. Club of Indian River City, who In OF NEW SMYRNA

and fitting of clothing." Young Homemakers Club held an old. Robbie Clabaugh, Mrs. Anne Louise The meeting was preceded bya have done their utmost to make ROOFING SIDING 524 Caaal St

This Club's September pro- fashioned Sewing Bee Wednesday and Rutz, Mrs. Caye Harris, Mrs. Jerry covered dish dinner, which this show the success we knowit and SPOUTING Phone GA 8-4131
tram was "A Penny Saved Is a made lap robes for the Old Folks Drawdy, Mrs. Maggie Upson and Mrs. was enjoyed by all Mrs. Paul will be.
Gained" and dealt with
J'enny Home. Workers are, left to right: Front Mary Warren.
"Your Dollar. a
result of Clothing the clothing planning row Mrs. Jackie Robinson, Mrs.

program last September, each !
member would by this time, Kenneth Stiles, who, with his viewers. Games of skill will sent a "Shlngdlg" featuring ST. TERESA'S CHURCHOPEN

hays gone through their clothing wife, Sue, live, at 810 Forrest challenge the aim of all com Coquina's outstanding talent.

and would have set aside Avenue, has just returned home era. I Following this, a gourment
those Items that needed remod after spending three months at Anyone can begin their .
I turkey dinner and all the trimmlngs
ling etc. the Douglas Aircraft Plant In Christmas shopping in the Gift

Tulsa, Okla. Ken works for Shop, stock their kitchen at the prepared by Chef Mar- .. '
% :
News Of The "r., Family Douglas at the Cape.Coqulna Country Store and decide between -f garet Cooper and her staff, will "o .

I'I'I trash and treasures at l II
Their fifth child, a girl nam I Movie ,. .. .
the White Sale.
td and Christine Mrs. Ken, was Frey born of 610 to Vanguard I'r, The Coquina P.T.A. will offera I The students will display ro 1 TO THE
movie tomorrow (Saturday) I
Avenue, on the 19th of their hobby projects at the Arts
from 1:30: till 3:15: p.m. at the English .1
last month. Their other children of the Elementary and Crafts show. A Makeup r
auditorium Coqulna
Booth will turn little girls into
are Donna (, Richard ,
Carol S and Kevin aged 3. the movie Is princesses and the boys into 1 [
The title of PUBLIC
Ken is one of the pigeon racIng tells about the ndlans. Movies will give everyone ,
"Fort Tl". It
enthusiasts In this county a chance to relax so as tow I
frontier days when Rogers'Rangers I ready to start all over again.Nu i t
and a largo loft of racing pig. rode and fought at the
tons at his home. He is a Tlconde- Phi Mu of Beta Sigma Phi l
of Fort
.historic selgo
member of the Gator Club and 'roga. George Montgomery and sorority will present a puppet l cathcr'l .

last Saturday, a bird from his Joan Vohs are the stars of the show. A turkey will be given
On The Grounds Of
loft came in first In a 300-mile movie. Thirty minutes of cartoons away to the holder of the

race from Macon, Ga., to home I will also be shown. "Lucky ticket". To obtain )
lofts. His winner was clockedat these tickets call Mrs. Sables r GIANT

1246 yards per minute for Electricity And The TiUphw at 2(7-4989 or Mrs. Nye at 267- l ST. TERESA'S CHURCH

this race; Johnnie Johnson of The sixth year students In 4053.The A
Merritt Island's bird was second "Bake Shop" will have
David Grlner's room at Coquina MIDWAY
at 1211 yards, and Joe Kab-- Elementary School have been desserts for the most discriminating ON U.S.-1 t
bord of Cocoa's bird was third unit "Electri tastes. There will also
studying as a on 4si
at 1188 yards per minute. city and the Telephone." be homemade candy for the S
There are a number of Racing They visited the Southern sweet tooth. If anyone does 20 BOOTHS
in Central not to have
Pigeon Clubs Bell Telephone Company and happen a sweet
Florida, and these all combineat were amazed at the intricate tooth, there will be hot dogs, S
time to stage Joint races. wiring system used to transmit cokes and coffee on sale on the

They are commonly known as telephone messages. Automation grounds.
the "Combine." Ken's bird was was evident in several Coquina's own Talent Scout, For

average Combine speed last week.winner with the machines they workers.viewed which replaced Mrs. Virginia_Burgess will pre- Now Thru Sunday

This community offers congratulations after thv
Pat Blumer, the courteous THE DORIS
to the Ken Frey after shower
family, firstly on the birth of. manager, showed the group Lamp Stylists after hour
new telephones that use cardsto
their and secondly IMPORTS the AU-PURPOSS NOV. 6-7-8
new daughter, .
dial numbers and also one
for his bird winning the race. S DICORATOR MEN'S LOTIOh AMUSEMENT
that can be used to attend
CUSTOM tRee $3.50 $5.50 plu4 tat ,
meetings and hear what Is saidCoquina %

Personals Ovr 5016.eh. KI-T .. _.., ,?,JjjrfJ RIDES
Mrs. Fred Sands from North Fall Fottlval Bran

Carolina arrived last Wednesday Coquina P.T.A. will presentits All Sisal INDIAN RIVER .

evening to spend a few day "Fall Festival" on Saturday, AU Shapeel REXALL DRUGS Come Bring a PLANES FERRIS WHEEL
with her friends, Mr and !Mrs Nov. 21 from 2:00: till 7.00: p.m. Colon! : .
Bert Freeman of Orlando Road.
at the Coqulna Elementary INDIAN RIVER PLAZA
School on Knox-McRae Roadin **... 11a. aueawaT .. INDIAN RIVER CITY OCTOPUS BOATS
n i
Mr and Mrs. Richard Upson Indian River City. c6.-1W rOBT OBANOE.: rLA. Friend! Have The

.I Carlysle Avenue and son, There will be fun and at ---- MERRYGOROUNDFUN
-------- I
Ricky, returned last Monday tractions for children and
Bight after spending a long adults. E. B. Pirtle will be the
week-end in Huntsville, Ala. conductor and engineer on his
They were stationed there prior "Fun Train." A House of Hat' FISH FRYALL Time Of Your Life!

to coming to Cape Kennedy, ror" will thrill and chill Its


The Sands New 319 RESTAURANT Wuhlngten AVMH CAN EAT 9 I 7c BAKED GOODS A

Cole Slaw-French Fries-Hush Puppys HOMER S




f Ia

I Friday, November |, "U Tltuivm PlerMa Star-Ao\M
( ) 'aea 1

p i31 tArt i tt' t" :" ''''E'W Stst d UHa!

: Local Girl In Casf : SWIFTS GOLD CREST [g

; Movie Being FilmedAt I ICE CREAM

Weikiva Springs e1 Fall Plop

Asaen.l 227

I Plorere
(By Vera York Simmons) watch the un and much signaling r / rrz SALE PRICES GOOD THRU MONDAY Itmip 21

: Cast director is done and warning shouted
producer, I
sound and light technicians, to cameramen and cast concerning AM/fM/SW
wardrobe and makeup men, to shoot outdoor
cameramen, extras, teachers, scenes and when to wait '
- parents, guardians-approximate- Houses In the Indian village 1t TRANSISTOR RADIO

a ly 100 of them were on the scene, Including the school, look t
P scene. very, very old and delapidated
i even though constructed with!
The scene was the set for the
new lumber. "I didn't find out I ,
. movie "The Cry Of The Laugh lzm '
I how they did it, there v
' were so
ing Owl, starring Robert Taylor 0
now being filmed at many" Interesting things goingon ., 3.Ift l I
Mrs. Walker said. ; } m
Weikiva "
Springs 30 miles west
of Orlando. The movie location is fenced ..' 1 !I
and is allowed
no one to enror
Mrs. Audrea Walker, ofAudrea'
School leave the location without a 11IIo<.>... _
of Modelingand f13.S0VALUE
but and of I IIvwytIIIIf II
pass parents
Agency, described the day agents .- 'I
the players have considerable
at Weikiva Springs, and the Thunderbird Winner.
freedom the Lucky
movie scenes. Even movie makers don't es- I tkeellae. ...Per,-,..11I4-., Irewale oepdeer Sreralre wep 88 ,Areead.,t.,..Ik..*.weld_ ., 3-..... *.Mltry
8 Mo
Mrs. Walker, agent for Susie cape the bug population of Floe Jay Black. beet .. Eckerd'i Theatre U TV allow la all.... preatlns U>* ken to Ik. 1 Pletll. Center. Onfflr iMladtt limb- earrerf hobs 1_,,,,.1.,,,Iy.r.les ale INk,
Lind.sey of TitusvtKe, who hasa ida's tropical climate and a new 1J8S Thnidrrblrd to lucky winner Mrs Knock Jewel while Belly Black looki ... I kiN, betterlee cud III" 0 aaik-kmta. ..,..,.... ...... tin
part in the movie, and Susie's ballast tpeafcef, cample** wlrk .
bee eerpkaa
( smoker) is used to
mother, Mrs. Betty Undsey, shoo Mn. Jewel ef 1167 Eldrid,.. a"MI'lter wu winner ol the new Thunderbird liven In the N and ketterlea.
away mosultos and other recent eonteit aponaore by Eckerd Drags .f Flerida.
drove to Winter Park early last Insects FRAMED REPRODUCTIONS
Tuesday where they had break A BARGAIN OQ88|

fast with and were Introducedto Crumpler Attends The design techniques studied up to 50 per cent; improve machine AT $49.95 VOHlgk .
I '
the producer, director and ,," .
A lree atla H
the of **
concentrated on use arc appearance and operation;
cast of the movie. Local MarineIn Seminar On New ] ,1-, .
welded steel to Increase the and closer tolerance performance ..---- '---.. fame.. ort is lal TRANSISTOR '
At It a.m. they drove to the I ,
Machine Design and of machine for I
strength rigidity greater accuracy, Increased later repredwericMM
movie set at Weikiva Springs Operation I members while reducing weight production speed.INSURANCE .; t i w. : 11-la, I 14-1. TAPE RECORDER
where all the outdoor scenes for Willis I. Grumpier, Engineer -- ----- I
z the movie are filmed, in cars .with the Corps of Engineers i" taalvdlai *ttrtllvetlimlered
i furnished by the studio. "Rob: STEEL PIKEMarine I Canaveral District, has Just returned : wood
ert Taylor drove his own car. from Cleveland, Ohio I 'I i aleitla from..
and followed directly behind !where he participated In a ? )" '
I Private First Class "i Ij.
our car. We couldn't help! I week long seminar with 40 oth- I F r 98e ValueSUPERLECTRIC .
looking back. He was younger Don R. Nettles, son of Mrs. er designers and engineers from r .1 COT TOO MUCH? E .

than I expected, spoke soft Gladys M. Nettles of 237 Dele- all sections of the United States I i', i... ........... J ,[ ) "
Ave. has sailed from the "I '
spine i'
ly, was very cooperative on the to study new techniques In machine GOT TOO LITTLE? .
east coast of the United Sites ..
set and likes Florida. He chat design. "M. i. d /
ted with us casually, was free to take part in Operation The Seminar was sponsored by NEED ADVICE?
with autographs and STEEL SPIKE in Spain. The Mark 71 .
pictures pertarmeaae pert*
The Lincoln Electric Companyof
combat training exercise will be able 4-lremlirer niadel rlrk !.
and complimented Susie, who HEATER
the Cleveland, world's largest r i mater Halt. remate aearrel 1 .ilr. ..
largest amphibious
I was in several scenes with him, operation manufacturer of arc welding SEE US NOW ... and ewHaierl ..1(_me tea*
conducted In the Atlantic I
Mrs. Walker stated. dN _
her l far parreat erdla' at
equipment. It was one of a continuing : soy
The movie plot is the story of' since World War H. series of seminars Lincoln .I I IMedel. ItO, Ile l ljl ,.t.... aattlaf. Camplare with.
an American family with Rob-I He is a member of the Second has been conducting for I UO..."$ wllkferted aertarlea kill.*, nlarapkaae. talapkaii*

ert Taylor as the father who Shore Party Battalion, Second over 30 years to help keep designers se-elf l..tla,
moves to an Indian Reservation Marine Division, which Is nor and engineers up to IjI KITTtli ..r.... .d .... 1 1's dl COMPARE 249S
where he is to set up and teacha mally based at Camp Lejeune, date with new developments in ( k.... Cent- AT $29.95THERMOS d
school for the Indian children. I N. C.The. the application of welded designfor 11fP wpb 19i
Susie plays the part of one of combined Marine landing the improvement and cost ,.,.i ef SUI 1f
the Indian students. force will be carried and protected reduction of machinery of all I -i wily ...roped f1" ++t/ BOTTLE
I by a U. S. Spanish fleet 1f ,l
Several Lt ian families, complete types.its REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
of (4 vessels, including ships of p.... ".IIIt.. eueem
with babies,
hammocks the United States' Military Sea 99ZIPPERED kill" ky Tkeraea.rreaaJM .
611 SO.
email children, etc. have been WASHINGTONTITUSVILLE
6 I' filler, (rial I *
moved to the location from the I Transport Service and chartered taking part In operation AM 7-0131 eel ...."..f trapper,
Everglades Indian Reservation I ships of the U. S. merchant STEEL PIKE will return to /all plat tl.00 value.LADIES'TV f
to add to the I fleet the U. S. during the first weekIn
authenticity scene.
I Ij
Most of the United States un- December.
Dresses Susie wears as an
Indian student were specially '. [ CLUB BAG 99c
treated to produce the appear
ance of filth and age. First,
black coffee was poured on the Iocgo so-
clothes, then dirt was added, [j] -, lP oil per, SLIPPERS nvtayl

they were crumpled ani yellow peso savvy.II C..fortehle Hr wlHe
powder poured on them, yellow whb kll Many *.>
f seeming to be a color well suited 30th Anniversary 1.0051 dpp erred arylaa.
glees IMLerrett
to the camera. The process espy N des.rloyl. rtS
took almost three hours. .
About two hours of make-up 1
work was required for Marc a

witch Lawrence doctor, who and plays has the to appearto Indian 3 ::8 6
be about 95 years old. Part of OPEN HOUSE for N
j at $4.95
the effect was achieved by lavagja, IreveHaf or TV
spraying the facial skin with
liquid lastex. The skin is then GLEE TOOTH lift" .leree. .ftILIrnlr DMRe 47* 0.14 TrImrAedPASTE ?
stretched with the fingers and II SANDALS
when dried with a hair dryer
leaves the face and neck In

huge The wrinkles.first scene shows TaylorIn All This WeekCITIZENS Head & Shoulders ;: t::; 63e'l

the very old, abandoned
taken seven or eight times Mrs. i

school house. The scene was re- l? Iti,
Walker said, because the dust DEPREE TREATS W:; : 2? ON TYM.:

In the building failed to rise and BANK I Rubber Cwhln | 1
settle in a natural seeming Selei
She said Taylor work A lrilnAt

manner.ed patiently, re-doing and without his part complaining because -' "'" DEPREE ASPIRIN '::;:a:; 99 i.n 9 99.c

of the techinlcal difficul

tutor ties.The be law kept requires on the movie that set I FREE Gifts & Refreshments BROMO-QUININE H;!? N? 37 cAPRi;

for schildren of school age. Mrs. 100% ...... ._
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teacher who told her "The s For Everyone 1 SOMINEX .II.U 73" .Irk Icier. flatek, ell
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but it's (LMlllS
children are lovely, very
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!Pap II TltuavllU (PUrlda) .tar-Adveeah Friday, November i,1f"

p/nJ II1 "Uncle Ed" Loves Little League I AA Saiellife; Could Is Be

\ If" .. 'f\:' .1 Top Class A
wit ParticipatedIn :

If Satellite Beach could
have stayed in Class A
LL Series : \ ,f this year, there's a possibility
fi. with the season

12 SeasonsEd i. past they might the mid-way be in the mark lead,

!! R.nla Suer Ysr Claudius makes his living LI ionship.for the Regional Champ

Chatted a short while a member of the Winter I through communications. He is i iI iI ii They didn't, so it's an
Park Parkers semipro team that played here Sunday in the employed by Southern Bell Tel- I dirt under the plow.

Charity BowL i ephone and Telegraph Co. In Ti- Last year, the Scorp .
Dick Watkini, a TWA employee, 230 pound tackle with the ions were classified asA
Parkers, told us the Parkers were planning games within the next tusville as a switchman but 4 b f 4'M but due to the abnormal -

month against the Orlando Broncos, in the Tangerine BowL i his real Job in communicationshas growth In Brevard, the
Understand from Dick, most of the Winter Park Parkers' been through his work in ,..aaa I school was pushed into
played for the Bronco when they first organized. They disband'ed little league. the AA classification and
Ed is in his 13th year of little i now, despite having the
and formed their own group after some conflicts.
league work and it'i probably only undefeated team in
natural that he's interested lathe + I Brevard's nonconference"big
What do Tituivlllt residents think about inviting a Minor
work since he was born and
I six"
they're ranked
League Farm team to come to this city Well, we know the raised and lived for many ... Eighth In Region J
Committee of 100 of working day and night trying to find out, all years in the birth place of little Class AA Schools behindthe ,

the pros and cons of the liaue, but to find out personal opinion, league, Wllliamsport, Pa., big Central Florida
we conducted our own poll and the home of Little League powers
AU but two people wanted to bring into Tituiville a minor World Series.In Orlando's Edgewaterand
league training club. 1952, Ed was approachedby Colonial and Palm
Cleve Talmadge, City Manager seemed like he wag all for It, the host committee for the .. Beach High schools are
"of course," Cleve said, "we need more large recreation facilities series and asked if he wouldbe tied for first place in Re-
such ai this, and since the ball team would only be using interested in serving as a gion 3. West Palma For-
,host for one of the participating Uncle Ed and his Japanese L Ittl* Leaguers I In hOW Line II
the fields one month out of the year, that would leave the other est Hills, Boone, Sanford
little league teams, he accepted -
11 months open for city projects.Incidentally and has been a host each and Cocoa follow in that
the two people who did not want Tituiville to year since plants in Tokyo, one a Kleenex program as an outfielder for the to correspond with the series. ed teams from Germany, Mexico order.
get a farm club, said they didn't see any reason for spending that This year Ed again hosted a plant, and the manager was Bears. (The graveyard shift is 12 midnight other towns In the U.S. and Figured on the basis of
much money. little league team competing for Yasmo Monol, a school teach To show how much hosting the until 8 a.m.) He has not from Hawaii which he said 10 points for defeating a
"That much money" is by the way, near $73,000. the World Series Crown. this er. His sister had married an various teams at these world series missed a single series in all ; came in handy recently when he Class AA team; 5 for tyIng -
time the team was composed of American serviceman and attended have meant to Ed, he has these 12 years. He has been In and his wife: were Invited to a a Class AA team; 4
a of from the World Series game, used his vacation period each Tltusville now for one year and luau and the things he learned for defeating a Class A
It's real but understandable.If group Tokyo,
Japan; the Tokyo AH Star,. the first time in many years the year to be able to participate.While arranged his vacation this yearto from his Hawaiian team came team; and 2 for tying a
TltuivUle High School's football team bad as many boys two had seen each other with Pennsylvania Bell he correspond with that series. in handy.Ed Class A team; Titusville
out for the Terrier team, at Parkway Junior has In three grades, call"Uncle their Ed" as host the, boys became all "Uncle Ed's" team came in worked a "graveyard" shift to Ed played ball himself as a say Little League is the has 22 points; Cocoa 38;
they would have a whopping amount of players. quite possessed with his fourth in the series, reachingthe be able to arrange his vacation youth in Sunday School leagues, greatest thing for youth today, Satellite 33; Melbourne
Driving past Parkway lilt week, while all three grades were'practicing ese team and said he found semi-finals. At a banquet following county leagues, high school etc., and be says he gets goose 19
it looked like a bunch of orange and white elephants them to lie.the'best disciplined, conclusion of the series, but regrets the fact that there bumps Just thinking: about it Palm Beach has the
charging around.On well mannered and.best behaved the youngsters presented "Un Women Golfer was nothing like little league for "I highly suggest anyone who best record of the three
past Tltusvllle High, there was a group of about 27 playing group of youngsters he had cle Ed" with a scroll, inscribedin him.Through I has never beer to one of those Class AA leaders with a
on one field, and about 25 on another That was the varsity ever worked with. The boy Japanese and it was explained his "hosting" the I world series to take a vacation 8-0-0 while Colonial and
and Junior varsity squads. took a fancy to "Uncle Ed" and to him that if he ever wentto Awards Staled various teams from all over the there. It costs notUag, but the Edgewater both have 6-
Tie a shame.I have continued to send him varus Japan and presented this I world, almost, Ed has been ableto room and meals. It', really ar
can ice why John Genes has a depth problem. He doesn't expressions of their devo- scroll anywhere, he would be Sala AI WH communicate our way of experience," he suggests. -
treated like royalty. life, and with the adoration ::-
have enough depth not to worry. Jon since returning to their The various members of t h e shown him by his Japanese boys
homeland. In fact this week 10.DRAG
Just team have written Ed '", veral Awards will be presented to this had paid off. He has host-
It's almost time to start thinking about spring sports. times and all have expressed 1 winners of the McCotter Motors w
Sure we know It', football season for the next four weeks, but, desire to live In this country and Tournament at the Saturday -
after then, ai it has for the part many moons, come basketball, A to go to school with "Little J meeting of the Women's GamesTonight ,
then track and baseball and Tennis w rr Ed", Ed's 12-year-old son, who. Golf Association of Whispering
Also, added this year, might be a little bit of golf, and tome plays in Tltusville's little league Hills Country Club. The meetingwill
Inter mural hand ball. The handball courts are almost completed. be held in the Club dining J RACES

In Basketball, Coach Art Tolls hat been reported 11 saying room.
Scores Mrs. Donna McCotter will Cocoa at MelbourneEau
be's In need of height But, we've heard from the grape vine thathe' .
; make the presentations. Gallic at Cocoa Beach SUNDAY NOV. 8TH
got two sharp shooting youngsters who just about never HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALLBy Ladles day events held Wednesday Satellite Beach at St. Augustine ,

miss from the outside. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS were won by Shirley Daytona Beach Mainland, at
One recently moved Into this area and another played here Miami Palmetto 14, Miami Pitzrick: and Lou Carouthers.First Gainesville VALKARIA DRAGWAYI
last year, but, he wasn't eligible.In High 13 rounds of the Fall DeLand at Daytona Beach Sea
baseball Coach Morreli Bailey, now sweating out with Coral Gables 20, South broward Handicap tournament have been breeze Milt South of Melbourne
the Terrier football team will lose many fint'atrlnlerl, but, 1Fort completed with Jackie Keller, Orlando Boone at Ocala SEE SPECIAL
he'll have two or three returning pitchen. Lauderdale 19, North Miami Mary Jones, Shirley Pitzrick Edgewater at Orlando Colonial Former National EXHIBITION RUN
Track might be somewhat faster this year than It has in s ev 1 7Plantation and Lois Wortham qualifying Bishop Moore at Orlando Evans DICK VEST in hi. BLOWN Record AA Holder
eral seasons Barry Gouge, the halfback who received the broken :,rrnv 09, Miami Military 0 for A Flight; and Gerry Carl Orlando Oak Ridge at Winter fifth nationally DRAGSTERranked 1
collarbone during the first part of football season will probablybe Miami Springs 28, Miami Nor son, Gloria Benford, Lou; Car Park RIACHING SPEEDS
raring to go by March. Gouge, if we remember correctly, ran land 0Valkaria out hers and Sue Street qualifying I Oviedo at Dunnellon IN EXCESS of 180 Miles per hour
In B Sanford
Flight. at
the 220 for Oviedo last year, and In a trl meet here last year, he Lyman
outran everything Tltusville and one other school had to offer Holds Drags
He's also fast in the 100, clicking off the dart In less than 105. ._. Ii "
And, they'll have their hurdle man, Sandy Loveless back In the I Drag racing will be held Sunday s
line-up, several good field athletes, and possibly enough speedsters Uncle Id ClaudlVIte afternoon, beginning at 2 "
p.m at Valkarla Dragway, nine
to make up some healthy relay squads
received nine cartons of Japanese miles south of Melbourne on
We don't know who is going to coach tennis this year Frank
-made chewing gum from U.S. 1.Exhibition.
Tomdale said he was going to retire from coaching while his his "boys". races by the Fifth
slate li still clean Tomdale, naturally, was the only coach at The Japanese ail-stars' coach Ranked National AA Blown
TH3 last year, to have a perfect season. We know they won at was Nan Tanobl, a financier Dragster will feature the card. Chevrolet
least straight. who owns several Industrial Time trials start at 10 ann.I .

Parkway Seventh, Eighth &


Ninth Play- At Clearlake { i *a

The Parkway Junior High I Ricky Barnes and M. Harrison guards Jerry Champion and Nobles at center, Joe Kyle at
Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth I at ends, J. Donn and D. Day at Ricky Johnson.,center Chris quarterback, Ronnie Newton
Grade grldders travel to Cocoa's tackles, T Sparks and Ray Howltt, quarterback Billy Me- and Lamar Day at halfbacks
Provost Field to meet the Clear.'' Herring at guards, Mike Ida: Clure, halfbacks Hal Claubaughand and either Kenny Griggs of
lake Rockets football squads Daniel at center, C. Arthur andJ. Ronnie Hugglns, and fullback Cooky May at fullback For the ryy"
Saturday beginning at 10 Price at halfbacks, K. Gilchrlit Marvin Nichols. The eighth white unit the starting line-up
clock. at fullback, and quarter- grade game will begin at 11:30: will have ends Jerry Lyle and I
The Seventh Graders, leading balk Rogers. Besides Ellis I a.m. and the ninth grade gameat Paul Loud, tackles David Vlck- I
the county championship race, I Wiley coaching the seventh 2 pm. era and Chubby Marcum r 1r I
have 4-0 worksheet and Clear.I grade are Daniel Godby and The ninth grade grldders who guards Dale Smith and D. Sullivan .
lake has a 2-2 record. I, Walter Drake: have a 3-0 seasonal record and center Bobby Griffin, I
rates owe much of their success The Eighth grade coached by 1S-0 three year record are quarterback Phil Edwards halfbacks
this year to two fine quarter' John Hall, David Kirk, and En- coached by Ken Gaslln, Jack Peter Evans and Keith
backs, Jim Morecraft and Don nls Proctor have a M record so Boone. Bill Terry, and William Scraggs, and fullback Ronnie I
Rogers, who have starred In ev far this season with their tone Poff. The freshman squad will Clover who is starting in placeof
ery game to date and as Ellis defeat coming from Central 20-7 be missing two of their starters hawk

Wiley, the seventh grade coach last week. Starting for the VikIng Tommy Hawk, a halfback,
says, "They're two of the finest unit will be Terry Langleyand and Terry Robertson, a tackle. JONES TO LEAVE HOSPITAL
for seventh Hawk has a separated shoulder
quarterbacks grade
Kim Smith at ends Carl
I've ever seen". Starting for Bandy and Chip Everhart at the and Robertson a broken arm. ATLANTA (AP) Bobby
the Pirates on the Buccaneerunit tackles, Ken Bingham and By- Starting for the freshmen orange Jones, one of the most famous
will be ends Mark Hoffman ron at the Tommy unit will be Mike Twitty in the
Kory guards golfers sport's history,
and Harry Johnson at ends B.
and J. Matrow, tackles Mike I Smlrkh at center, Jimmy Hart planned today to leave the hospital workpower"walks"
Outright and Ted Poerto who
Lyle and Eddie Gordon guards at quarterback, Mike Coffy and
Is playing In place of Robertson where he has been treated
Steve Maxwell and J. Boat- Jerry Parker at the halfbacks,
at tackles, David Caster and for three fractured ribs sufferedin
Wright, center Sid Jointer, halfbacks and David Fort at fullback. For
Rogert Adklnson at guards Joe a fall at his home.
Mike Ball and Bruce c the Bandit unit starting will be
Herman, fullback Bob Kyle, and Leo Davis and Doug McMas-
quarterback Morecraft. On the ters at ends, tackles Duncan right over bumps and trouble
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Nov.mbor i, 1W4 "", ..11I. tPlorW Sfir-Advetift Pile Ui

I County Race Getting Hot :

I I Hun tin' & Fishin' I

Drove out to Pox Lake last week Thought we might wet a Terriers Are Idle Cocoa And

fishing line The moment we entered the County Recreation De ;

partment constructed park we noticed something was wrong.

The grass was not as green as usual come of the trees need

ed trimming, the grass was high and not until we approached

the Park Superintendent did we find what was wrong. Melbourne Tilt Lead "Bra S5x"
Venter Bishop Superintendent\ of the Park, had been In the

hospital recovering from a back injury and he's been laid up ,
for about five weeks. I
Since Bishop is recovering from a back Injury, he's been : Titusville takes a week off Melbourne Cocoa game at tx game< \, Ikllt, a dcfi'it !itlme bcfsre clinching the ("3. schedule losses, Is In fifth place while

unable to do the work around Fox Lake, also he's been confined Melbourne meets Cocoa and Eau Melbourne tonight might decide several i'. ,' II ,\ i iinh I w u> ravcral c;up Cocoa and Titus. Cocoa and Melbourne, however I ('ocoa Beach Is sixth with four
Gallic tackles Cocoa Beach this the leader In the "big Ilx" race. more Count: : I' Slle the I the
to no fishing, which probably hurts him even more just I grocer to over ; remain on Satellite are past big lump. except straight loMte8
to think about weekend in two Intra-county Cocoa, tied for first with Satel I. for tonights' game M e 1 I- However, the spotlight shiftsto
games that could effect the first Ute Beach will have to beat the I bourne has already played TI. the! Melbourne and Cocoa
But, according to Bishop, the fish haven been biting for :
I and last place standings In the Bulldogs in order to keep on tusvtlle to ISIS deadlock and
the past week or so. He said no one has been catching a thing. "big six" pennant race In Bre top. If Melbourne upsets the lost last week to Satellite Beach game
The water Is much clearer at Fox Lake now than It was yard Tigers, then Cocoa will be In Ins in what might be termed Both learns, relying on ground

last summer For a while It had a muddy appearance, but from I The Terriers of Titusville, second second place and the Terriers ; I an upset attacks and strong defensive

a distance, it looks like a spring fed lake If the wind would place In both standings of Titusville squeezed to third I I Cocoa edged Titusville 7-6, teams might be forced to change .

quit blowing for a couple of days the fishing might Improve. and county big six standings, Satellite Beach Scorplans.I Cocoa Beach and Eau Gallle strategy

We're going to find out this weekend. and taking their first week off leaves all tension of the county I should decide tonight which Melbourne has possibly the

Vester said he lost his snake killing dog last week. Sandy, since football season began TI. race behind tonight as they travel I team will occupy the cellar. best fullback in Brevard witty '

part dachsund pooch, disappeared last week while Vester tusville resumes their (4 schedule to St Augustine. The Scorpions After holding Titusville 7-0 195 pounder Glenn Holtsman,
was In the hospital. The dog is brown colored. Hc'i probably next week at Draa Field carrying the only perfect last week Eau Gallic Is favored while Cocoa has Ricky Shot*el!

killed more snakes than all the dogs in town. hosting Daytona Beach Sea record in Brevard for this year, L.J I over the Minutemen. E a u and McKnight In the backfleld
breeze I and the first one to go through Gallle, with no wins and three to do moot of their ball carry

Heard many fishermen complaining this week. Seems like Ing.The I
week off for Titusville

no one wants to give up their favorite fishing holes on Merritt ..,... .... ..".. r 0000'o.f\oo; t"\ ';' ,. i "f' should give the Terriers a

:Island.While ro t'I'' .'.t., ...' '_..'' ,l \1" chance to regroup their forces,
I";' "
driving through the Island last Saturday, the last open bl 7 1 ,' ? and slip one or two injured,

day, we talked with several fishermen. One guy said he was 'W '" \, .' players back Into the line-up

going to quit fishing altogether "If I can't fish here, I ,,vont' r 'r. 'I Against Eau Gallle last week,
fish," he said. I : ., ',;' starting Quarterback Charlie,

A man from Orlando, fishing along the railroad track, lead. '.. Huggtns played with a sprained
ing into the MILA, said he wasnt coming back to Titusville He ankle and George Elchert, de '

said it's worth driving 45 miles to fish the canals, but not anymore .f .' fenslve safety man, also had a

Said he would start fishing the rivers now. !t t 9 bad ankle Howard Bain, who

Speaking of fishing rivers, we're taking a weekend out, rte s e w .. r a 1 a t / has played only In spots for the
leaving early Saturday morning We've been told trout are running ; r s past three tilts might start for

like made out of Allenhurst Fish Camp at Haulover Canal the Terriers In the backfield

We talked briefly with Mrs. Shira, whose husband man Bain occupied the first string

ages the Camp, and from what she says, they're getting lots of left halfback position before he
was Injured In the season
c calls each day from people wanting to know if Allenhurst is early

[still open for business Mrs. Shira said, "Well be open until I r
I they blow us out" \ However, Barry Gouge, alter
AAlr dlr nato halfback; Carry Hart, alternate -
quarterback and Joe
Might remind boaters and fishermen to double check their I Summers
sophomore tacklewill
[safety gear and equipment before chugging onto the Rivers probably not see action the

Because if we don't Lt Henry Morgan of the State Board of 'remainder of the year

[Conservation, Salt Water Resource Branch win. He said the .
11111 Ittnn.
; I department Is still catching a few violators who habitually seem J, 'e f s7 i w'.. Lod TMd5'tt.lUl.

I to be without various safety equipment on their crafts 7 I 'a i. .Ci
I *. Morgan said red fish and trout are biting real well near ",in.
,. M. II> nu ". 'I
New Smyrna, and some large catches of flounder are being re 5'15 Ualll C I "*
Flounder of Is the fish that be tH' >. PHI'ft 4 eALL
>l};ported. course, only can caughtby OIMK.

giglng methods. "..m S >. t4j Tl4

They're using small gas lanterns and a steel rod walking 1 Iwl.nll. I .

along the river's edge and coming through with flounder weigh. ,11r-'' ",li t' 1 1 M i,,a,,,".Ills.,"i. i e '
log up to and above 4 pounds. r ,fine' I i
Morgan said oyster season Is now open and they're catching :.01 Dana a I p

them by the buckets full In South Volusia and South Brevard 1" r

counties East shore from Cape Malabar South to the North i Elects Officers

side of Long Point Is open this year. But, from the railroad ,

bridge north to Grassy Point, East to Oak Hill, catches are few rk' I'hll Hall was elected PmU!
and far between. drnt of the Titusville Rifle and

Overall, the oyster crop looks real good, especially In the Pistol Club at a meeting held'

South Brevard areas. .. Wednesday night at the Chamber
.. of Commerce .
The season opened September 1 and closes the last of April. .
/' \ \ Others elected were J.C .
Apparently this short surge of cool weather has helped the to";" 't,' ;) t.
;"i? i Mooney, vice president: Dolt
oyster considerably said a cool will If"
crop Morgan spell
really +
i ". 't ..."., .i..i'u&" lit Nevlns, secretary treasurer! ;

fatten Oysters up the have oysters.to be I Inches long or longer before they can 1I'_ Mhdldi6ntlb. ti1/1GNMY/ !. .. '\ .nr__" .a.L..J.-1t.-_..:.: _-,;;....wleti....+.wH.'rt_' "._. + ', 'ibas: M alf ..'_YK'7.. .'''__. .___'''' Hrcce and C Bowen J. Chae, range, Walter muter Gllw;,

be taken In Brevard, anglers are allowed one gallon per person Verne Home and Dave Dunn
LAST canal' like the one pictured above are famous for catches of bast
ADVANTAGE OF DAY A typical scene on Mer-
or the in shell stock two bushels.Bowling .
equivalent roughly I were elected to the board of dint
ritt Island Saturday as fishermen hustled to the 88,000. acre_ Moon weighing from four pwndi to an unbelievable. nine pounds tori.

run to take advantage 01 the last day 01 fishing. many email

Gibson Travels To Okeechobee: Boys ITSNATIONAL PROTECTION WEEK!

Tlt..*m. flanl ..*.... Hlth team carnal First National, j
Alas Individual famoi K ffjbafI HI
I 271. Hitch teas ...1... Oatoway
Hlih Individual tmlnt O ...... ......, 14ZT
fccM 171Hlth Trent Won L*.l School, Last Chance For A Victory
turn (tnwt Tint National' 0......' Land 11 TBAB .
sank 1M1 : IhlrU 1''* I* P
Hltk loom MriMi rirtt National' Tb... Buiri 19 I -

Tnt Hank 2MT. w'.. I...irirat steals Team No.Motel I 11 14* 10 U* After seven consecutive losses Last week, they lost to Phyllis I left guard: Aldnn Knight ren* end. I
National' Bank I* .Iffpimonlx Flrat National 14 14 and no victories, Gibson High I Kheatley of Apopka, 74 in a'' ter; William Daughtry right I Coaching the Gibson Rive I
Turn 14
II No. II 11 rugged homecoming battle. ward, John George, right tack I( Devils Is Mac Clayton, Hubert
Act IV U>uno 14140.* Tllu.vlll. Tile 13* 10* School travels to Okeechobee I
Team No. 14 144 I* If..Ier Cleaners 11 11 Expected to start tonight fe; and William rendey. right Crouch and Curley Edmondwm,
Rlvonld Toiraeo ID* 10* Tam No 12 13 11 Boys School Saturday night fIts I .
Out Faulk Chovrolot 13 11 T..m 1'.. II 11 H game at quarterback will be YOUR ndi/knd nt
....Olovo'. Teiaoa 13 11 Team "0. I 11 II last game of the M campaignand Reginald Brown. 170 pound
I.IttlM Tavrrn U 11TITuInno Helton Ponll.o 11 11
Tilt llte.I'. Tavern 10* IT* Its final opportunity to put Junior or William Lewis, Inlurant AGENT
12'* II*, TMM No t 10 II
Oatowiy Lano 11 10 Oaklawa M..orlal I 31 a figure In the win column IN pound senior. At fullback
Flnrton 10 14 The Blue Devils have not wona will be Charles Miller, 173 r
Bhtfir. Harowaro I* 16* lift IKMk.nl ,......."1" wT1AY1!
Air Product. S II Rick Individual, same Dan game this year, last year they pound Junior; Hubert and Albert YOU /IA1T"The
Conoral Dynamloi I HT MoCarvllla. 141; Oooraa Do fcrlck.MO only had two victories and Saturday West halfbacks,
------. win be their last On the line for Gibson will 1Jt
>'..., ..ff.. Nlk Hick Individual frlMi OxnrnDoobrtck night
Wl.h Individual rams Barbara Mil Hay Zin.tta. on*. chance to break the losing Scott left end; William Shir t

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ftlmla Moiol II 10 Tam N.. S 1 I Shop IIKookut 1. .* I* I company
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National 11 1J Tan No. II I )/ "'1".1. Noma 11 II If... look to* II*
Team No..11 11 17 T..Na1 I ilTMM TH T..*.....>. 11 11 Art claoaora 11 II salesman might mean
11 11 No. 4 4 11 DarWr Shop Quarlot 11 N ..........".-. Traao M* II*
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t0.vrra0T.Hick loaM. Rand T.s. N*. 4. << ,IM tiptamti not one but you the pnljry tthxh his ,.t. .

fM.HI.II 1101. Ion aortot. Team .No.11., FIX YOUR OWN DARN SET! SAY that !Ile several( (10 thin Inmrsnet toe to eompsitie rhonne" the. llrultr A* inilfptnjcnl compiny: offer Inmraae .
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fat Tan CC...wll.. : T I Radio TV Tubes TV Ant. & Hardware fairly when" jw have s I.M, On .LoukforourDif'TS."

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WC, a eeruui1 all*.. Plaintiff v.NORMAN. !II. MULLIN*. *t ... rt AND HeATING COMPANY a

.,.. al.. Florida corporatIon
SaleVolunteer De f.ndanU, Plaintiff
For Poppy B. MCMILLAN' tie. wit. MORTUAfll voTirie or rOltlCf.onlt.TO Nil i*; MISSILE MOMBfl"L BUILDING



workwi among the The appeal was voiced today liSten Corn RBdlfTltNCE UNKNOWN PA" Def..da.t.

women of. this community are by Commander Miles Rollings day."The people of this community Notlo la hereby Curlla glue R. that Berman theuadifligoid AND TOl All: parti** elalmln IntareaU NOTICK M HERMIt O1VHN
I the. underrltned Special
under or that I,
the Titusvllle worth. He stressed the fact have always supported our dIetS of the circuit Court of BreCounlv : fcv through In to
being sought by I airS Florida. will on the agaInst tb. aforeaald p rYOU0A"RB Muter Chancery punuant a.
V F W needs the Buddy Poppy Sale most gencrounlv 111h Final Decree. entered on the Ith
Post 4228 Veterans of Foreign that the as. Soy: of November IWI4. at hereby notified that day of October 1804 will Mil on
Wars. for the annual sale of Distance of young girls and >- ," Commander Hoillngs- tb.11:00: Brevard A.'M., at County Ui Front CourtkouaeB door of. a Complaint to forwlo. a certain the lltb day of November. 1M4.

worth 'The numberof enact...* oncumberlnc the follow at the hour af 11:00: .'..Iock A.M..
explained. the
Buddy Popples to be held here men who can at least devote. offer for City..of. Tltuavlll. Florida, leg deacrlbed real property, to- at the Bait Front Door or toe
four hours to the sell Buddy Poppies that we sell and Mil at public In Tltuivtll. Countyof
on Friday and Saturday, Nov three or outcry to th. highest and beat wit' Court HOUM

13 and 14. Ing compaign, if not the entire on Nob. 13 and 14 will be limit erlbed bIdder for eaah, tOe following de*. UNIT Lot 40.TWO Block, .A. BEL to AIRK the th* Brevard blibeat. and mat beat)f bidder Florida, forcaah. to

ed only by the number of people yard County prooertv Florida altuated, to-wit In : Br*> plat thereof aa ord""d: In In lawful money of tb* United -

the All of Lot 112 Plat Book IT pan K Public State of America th* following -
who given opportunity located IB Book.
--- are .r Halr.hU R..ord..f Brevard County.aT'taMn' deecrlbed real ..1.t. located .

r I to buy tile little flowers. bourne. Florida Bubdlvlilon, aooordln Mel to IB Urevard County, Florida, P

II That we need the help of Plat thereof recorded. la Plat filed acalnet you In the t..wlt:
I why Book 10 at pace 40 of the PunHe abov atylod null and you are required Lot. 2*. 21 and 84. Block C.
II as many girls and women as Record of Bravard County to ...v. a copy of your HIGHLAND ESTATES according -
Florida' Answer or other Pleading to the to the plat thereof recorded
possible, especially those who Complaint on Plaintiff'i nttorneya. In Plat Book 12. Putt
I I are the mothers, wives or toreclo.5,91 punuant to th* final decree of ANDERHON. RUH DEAN *. 22 Public Record of Brevard
entered In a ear UOWNDE8. 822 Baat C..tr.1Boul.vard. County, Florida.
7 daughters of men who have pending la aald Court the atvle of Orlando Florida, and /./ Harold L Lovill Jr.

I I served In the Armed Forces." p.n whIch. Inc I. Mutual a corporation Finance. plaintiff Com- file Pleading the orIgInal In the Aarwcr office or of other the GEORGE Harold T. I.KELLY Lovell.. IIIAttorney Jr

The annual sale of Buddy -iia Earl H McMillan and Clerk of the Circuit Court on or for Plaintiff
Dump B. McMillan hi. wife. Do.nI. th. fib day of December. 893
I Poppies provides Titusvllle Post ( '* .nU, and docket before P. O Box
Dumber mi. If you fall to do to a danrocpro Cocoa Beach FloridaOct.
4228 and Auxiliary with the o kaF.a..S..aa...,,964.w.ss. ......... 2118110.WITNESS eonfeaao will be taken aialnat 13 20 Nov 6, 13 Frl.) 1964.
rnv hand and official I
',' funds needed to carry on iU opal of aald Court tbl* 41 h day: of<< you for lbs relief demanded In the
"It it's here to repair the computer. Compl.lnt.
the saya November. 1544.Hon. .. published COURT OF
I welfare and relief work in ThIs Notice shell IN THIS CIRCUIT
Curtl R. Bern*.. Clerk
once a week for four conxoutlv THE NINTH JUDICIAL C1K.
I' next 12 months. The proceedsare BY Brevard County, Florid week In the Tltuavllle liar AdCatO. ".- CUlT, IN AND FOR BREVARD
I : Mary Joe In.er FLORIDA.IN .
devoted exclusively to welfare COUNTY.
,.4 and rehabilitation actlvi- ''SEAL) Deputy et.rk DATED THIS 4th day of November CHANCERY NO. 2 4$
.d, '" ., ...-1 ties. Sealed, bid will b* received bv.he 4NIBLLO A (SISAL Tltuevllla, Florida,
Seaman Dewey Schutt of the Board of County Commlaelonera .( 4 Jackann CURTIS R. BARNES Plaintiff
Mr. and Mn. Worth Ovrck "Everyone who works in this Aircraft Carrier U.S.S. Essex of llrrvard County Florida, Pit rldaov Rtrettampa Clerk of Circuit Court .....
campaign is making a patriotic up until ':45 clock A.M,. Novimber ( 15,1.) 1564. By V. 0 gpaniler FRANK GlJTHKlDOE: AND
arrived Thursday night for a 1*. 11164. In the Commlaalon- Deputy Clerk. HELEN: OUTHRIDGE hi. wit
contribution to the cause of vet and .ira Room Court HOUM. In Tlluivllle Nov .. J8, 20, 27 (Frl.) 1M4. Drfendaeto.aOTICE
visit with his Mr.
Brevard 10-4 Radio Club eran welfare. The Commander parents, Florida. for any: or all of IK THB CIRCUIT ? OP lIt IT
Mrs John C. Schutt, 2128 S. the following Itema. to b* ordered BREVARD COURT OF TOl FRANK OUTHRIDUB
emphasized. None of the mon out OIl aeeded and OIl reaulredduring COUNTY FLORIDA. IN THE CIRCUIT COL'RTIN Rio 2. Box 04
Hopkins. He expects be to here the flaial year ending CHANCERY NO. :\I611! AND FOR BREVARD COUNTY Cambv: Indiana
ey that the public contributes 1W5I RUTH C BCHLE1F FLORIDAIN HELEN: OUTHRIDGH
until Nov. 25. September 80
To Hear Adventures Of TourA will be spent for campaign administrative Up to 10000 ft varloui niece ... Plaintiff CHANCERY NO. !"V6J8! "/0 Harrlion Kllburn Jr.
of concrete aluminum and AZELINE L. HIUGIN 19J8 B. Maryland Sinai
purposes. We are I Card Of ThanksWe metal oulverta' to meet StntsRoad I ROBERT D. 8CHLEIF Plalntlfl, Indlanapolli Indiana

In this of assisting Department opnclfico.b DefendanL v.. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
and wife team who fact that of their required engaged work NoTICE 0. SLIT
man as part wish to express our I OMAR L. RIOOINS a Complaint to forecloM a
have Just recently returned equipment they carried the disabled and needy vet thanks and appreciation to ; to (00(100 gallon .(quan.tlty I TO ROBERT D unknown 8CHLBIFrealdence Defendant mortgage. axalnat the followIng
aa required) of RC 1, RC- deicrlbed property In Brevard
from an around the world trip, a Citizens Band radio with erans of our Armed Forces be- friends, neighbors and workmen ]. RC (, BMK and BMK-S YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDhat TO: OMAR L. RIoaiN'Hreildence County. Florida to-wit:

will be at the them. cause we are pledged to the .A..b.ILl'p a cult for divorce ha. bean unknown Begin at th. Southeast cornerof
special guests up. for their expressions of to 2tKK bag Of Cement filed aain you In the Clroull YOU ARID HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Lot 18 of DKATHR10UB

coming meeting of the Brevard John Grizzle, president of the principle that says, "Honor The sympathy in the recent death delivery to b* mad to County Court of the Ninth Judicial Curcolt a ault for divorce baa been SUBDIVISION, a* per plat
Dead By Helping The Living" I>l.trlLta when anv alngla or In and for ftravard Countv filed anlnat you In tb. Circuit recorded In Flat Book 0. pax
County 10-4 Radio Club. radio club, said that everyone and funeral of our husband, I uron.. Leel. In b.... rlo.hl. entitled RUTH C. BCHLKIF Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit 41 Public Record. of BrevardCountv

The guests, Mr. and Mrs. Is Invited and that you do not Commander Hollingsworth di- father, son, Mr. William Pern- llrllg Timber and Lumber Plaintiff VI. ROBERT DKCHLEIF In and for Brevard County : Florida In Section IITtwnehlp .
Defendant Chancery Florl la. entitled AZBLINE L.
Worth Overacker, will speak have to be a member of the recta a special appeal to the berton. "quantity..Iou. dlmenaU a* required nal length by the, No JW5. You..* hereby required RIGUINH' Plaintiff .... OMAR Ka.t and 22 then South run. Ran Went*. 20S 85

during the first part of the club to attend. He also urged heads of local women's groups, For contributions of food and Coun. MATERIALS TO BB an.wer to or aarv other a written copy .of ilefenae your I.No... RIOUINC JIM86 !You, Defendant.are hereby.Chancery required feet to the point of benlnnlnc.them :

meeting and a business all members and their wives to with the expressed hope that financial assistance. We are DKIIVFKKD ALl. TO DISTRICT 10 the Complaint filed herein upon to aerv a copy of your anawer thence* run run ,-Jonh Weat ]100 IM feet feeD:
the members of such clubs will ORDER. Curl 0. 1I..n.on. Attorney. for the or other written defenaea to
will follow. They will attend. thenc run Sooth 100 feettbenc :
meeting each and
very grateful to every Th Board reaervea the rightto Plaintiff. anil to file the orl.lDaIIhe..of the Complaint filed herein upon
tell of their adventures of the The meeting will begin at volunteer to contribute time to one of you. reject. anY and all bid. In the Office of the Clock Carl G. 1I..n.on. Attorney. for the point*of run beginning East 100 feet to tb*

tour made as part of a 58 trail 7:30: p.m. and will be held at thee the success of the 19(4 Buddy Thank you, aid All enfeeve blda to be..marked,,"Bl,I for oa-out-- 01: th*. Circuit Flnrl.la.Court oa or of before Br.yardCounty the thereof Plaintiff In and th. to Office'of tile the the.rllrtn.1 Clerk ban been filed acalnet you and

Poppy Sale. 7th day of December AD.. 1904. of the Circuit Court of BrevardTth you are required la aerv a copy
caravan. A most interestIng Indian River City Fireball on Mrs. William Pembertonand JOB H. WICKHAM of your Anawer or other detenn-l
HEREIN FilL NOT or a Deere County. Florida. on 0' befori 150
part of their story Is the Tuesday, Nov. 10. Those wishing to help please children CHAIRMAN BOARD OF COUNTY Pro CocOons will b* enteredinalnat day of December A.D., 1M4! to th* Complaint on Plaiotitf'iAtlomney

contact the Post Buddy Poppy COM IIIIIIONICR"! you for th. relief prayed HEREIN FAIL NOT or a Decree WILLIAM B. COR.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pem
NET JR, 114 Brevard Itreet.Tltuavlll .
BREVARD COUNTY for 'In laid Compinirl.DONE Pro Confeaio will be enteric!
Chairman Edw T Crlbbins Florida. and flu* thq
AND ORORRRD at Tliivllle
horton FLORIDA atalnet you for th* relief prayedfor
AM7-4258 or the Chairman of Florida, thin 4th day et In eald Complaint ordinal of your Answer or etherdefence.
Nov. I. 13 (Frl I MM .
Mr and Mrs. Arthur In the offica 01 the CI..rlCof
Awards November A D., 1M4Curtl DONE AND ORDERED a Tltuavllle
Corps its Ladles Auxiliary Unit, Penny R. BarneaCl Florida, tOil 4th day ofNovember the Circuit Court on or befor

Mrs. Crlbbins IN THH CIRCUIT COURT OF .ERK OF THE CIRCUIT A.D.. 19A4 tb. .17th day of November. 1M4otherwlae :
the Complaint will b
Mine'v; ruin HII .. \
liken confemed by
CUT'! IN AND FI>K BREVARD rourt HOUM TituevllleFlorida tIKRK O* THE CIRCUITC you
FOIl BIDS DATED at Tltuavllle. Florida,
(.ntINTY. l'LttIliDA.CHANCERY OL RT County
FOR NO J 1M: Bv: V. 0 Hpaniler (ourtbour. Tltuavllle. Florida thIn 14th day of October. 1864COIRT .
Zoning Applications THE HBAMFNfl BANK FOR Deputy ClerkCourt ( MrALICURTIM
AVINOS IN THB CITY OF BVI V. S. 5oaeglerDeputy
FLORIDA YORK Nov I. 18. 30. n (Frl) 19 4Mmric Clerk of the Circuit Court
The Titusvllle Planning and l.aled propoaala will received rMMU COURT HEAL Byt V. t. Ku'noglcrDeputy

Zoning Commission, In regular In the offlo of the Board Brevard of ".. Nov. *. 13 20, 27 (Frl) 1M4TALIAH Clerk
County Commleelonera of /WILLIAM B, COHBETT JR.
Five contracts totaling more some six miles of 8 to Itlmh session Wednesday night, County Florida In Tltuavlll. FlorId VINCENT ALVAREZ et Defudnota.SlI'ft'S us. et al.. or stiR' 214 Bre\ard Street

*, until *:41 A.M.. December III. NotIce .I'MriC. FLORID Tltuavllle Florl,la
U'million ". I. hereby ilvea that our'nIant
than | have bean water line recommended or H K:
Installing a 500,000. for approval to IioOTU'r.NOTICE
1064 Publlo opening of bIds will OIVEN to Final Decree. of Foretloiure Attorney for Plaintiff

awarded by the Canaveral District gallon steel ground storage reservoir City Council three rezoning re- b* at 5:45.: A,M. on the aam date.Plan. that NOTICE on th.lit 24th HEREBY day of November and 01 entered. ID Ih. ..... of I I. hereby th* Intern riven! Improvement thit lb.Tru.t. *- Oct II. :S3 80, Nov. I (rrl.0 1964.
of the U.S. Army Corps of and a 2 0OOogalione.\ quests and gave final approval: at the offloa of Ih. 1IM4 at 11:00 A. M at tb of* auee and pending for Brevard In the Count Circuit. CourtIn Florida Fund of the Rtat of Florid

Engineers for new Air Force vated steel water tank. Anew to a plat of Laurel Park Ea Architect. mom.revard door County of the. Courthoua at Tltuivllle. caae docket No. 2S6IMS the *. In meetIng. I. the OffIce.Capitol BoardRoom IN THE!: CIRCUIT COURT Of
.. of the Governor'I
And .on Bruce Henry Johnaon underalaned Clerk will lell the THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
projects at Cape Kennedy and pump house will be built In the tales .Parrleh Florida. th* leralgned Clerk. will property altuated In aald County BuIlding. icheduled for IN AND FOR BRSTARDCOUNTY.
Architect Knglneera Aanoclated offer for lain to the hlgheat and 10:00: AM on December, FIORIPA
Patrick Air Force Base. deacrlbed
Capehart area and two new 1., The rezoning requests, all of heat bidder fnr eaah the followIngdre'rtbed aaI : Ith. 1984 will conalder application
Hull DOT Cane Royal Building .nt 21. Hlmk C. 811.VER IN CHANCERY NO. 2 5Rft
000.gallon.per.minute pumps will which were approved unanimously North Atlantic Avenu 4. Hloik real propertyLot 5, CATAIINA: PINES ROTATED NO 8. accord made by H. C. Kirk FloridaWonlerland SIOTIf'S; TO .U'I'r;.tit
Largest ol the contracts for
Indian River City "
Cocoa Beach, Florida : AM IlKfKMI:
In a to plat thereof recorl
tl.M8,MS. was awarded to Ak. be Installed In the pump house were: Two aet* of drawlnga. and auoo 181.B FHTATEH UNIT plat thereof ONE. ed In Plat Bonk IS p..* 141. Florida. oa behalf of Vacationland EDWIN J. SMITH
according to the
at Patrick Clyde Hall's request (for rezonIng Iflcatlona can ba obtained by adepoalt recorded In Plat Bonk ITPag Public Kacnrdt of Braverd Ino. for purchaa of th. Plaintiff
wa Downey Construction Co., of al follnwlndencrlbed land, to-wltl V..
of $50.00; full amount of
Counlv Florida; toe.ether with
of the Recorda *fBrevard
south 400) feet of Lots T] Publlo .
which will .. File No. 1SW-OS 25112 DOROTHY A. IMITH
be relumed to each
Milwaukee wis for an Equip. the following Itemi of I> .pert.
Smith and Sapp also was I 111 and 11!, Titusvllle Fruit & bidder upon return of all dooimenta with County all Ii rurtole.. Improvomenla which ar* located In end per A parcel of aubmerced land lath O..nd....
ment Laboratory Test Building In good condition at the Indian River In Section Tol DOROTHY A. SMITH
awarded a $223921 contract In I fluturei appliance. rnan.otiy In.t.l1od 01 a part
to be built about a half-mile 1 Lands. Subdivision from tin,. of opening of bid. and pro' ald landor of the Improvement on aald M Townihlp 22 South Rind doll Lincoln Way
build a Ground Support 'Vqiiln- and appurtenance on 8K Fiat: City of Tltuivllle, dan .-. California
GU cli.sslflcatlop to a BR to allow vlillng h* ha aubmlitad a bid. Addlllonal therewith land: .n..o.
vest of the Technical Labora. ment Shop In the Cape Kennedy .I. may be obtained' bv u>ed In cnnjtinctlnn la moie. punuant tofinal Modern Maid Range. ModelNo Hrevard County Florida. I ly YOl. DOROTHY A. 11M IT If,
at Patrick a Drive-In Theatre. The the bidder at the aaoenn* of the Thla aim of forerloauro inter IM Herlal No. 41129 lag eaaterly of Lot* 4 to U In- are hereby notified that a com
tory Industrial area to provide apace board had recommended denialof bidder HI,I* mu.t b* accompanied ed la detre Chancery* notion No 31.211 O F: Refrlterator Mo..lei N. clu.lv nf Second Addition to plaint for divorce baa been filedairalnet

the building will cover more for working on such by a certified check or bid bond In In the Circuit Court IDH04W Serial No. TW(102642Whlrlawav India River City. OIl recordedIn you In the above court by
equipmentas a previous application whLh the amount of not I.... thaa o'* of now pending County. FtorIdo. Oarhat Dlapoeal Plat Book >. Pane TS Pub- the Plaintiff herein EDWIN J.
than SO.000 square feet and will diesel generators, forklift contained an erroneous description the b... bid No bill may ba 01 .and for Brevard Model No. 8$. Serial No, lie Recorde of Bravard County, SMITH and you are required to

be used for and trucks withdrawn after th. acheduledloalng 5th doe of Nov' KM7H2Lunalre Florida. containing JO.II acre, iervoac of your anawer or
calibrating repairing and DATED THIS
searchlights compressors which was granted by City time for Ih. reielul of Furnare. Model No. "' 0" 0' I.... other plea.Una; to Mid complaint
precision measuring Council. This was submitted to bid. for a prilol, of Ihlo'ivJill:!< """"CI'RTWR: n A FINK* Jl MT4 Serial No. 4 and wilt oon.ld.r ohjr.ctl000 thereto .. on he Plaintiff! attorney. G. L.
equipment and Items dov.. The lIoar,1 .,...vt. the Clrrk of the Circuit Court Luvalre Air Conditioner. Objection to the proposed male Ml'RTHA. ill Ninth ftreel. E..uUallle
optical Construction of correct the legal description. right lo reject all bid.. Bv Mary Jot CngerDeputy Modrl No. Hh 100 III 8. Serial of maid land should be aubmltted Fl',rlda. and to tile th*
used throughout the Air For c e Services Fisher Construction and Com All propoaala ahould b* In Ih. Clerk CA34at to the Chief Engineer Truatee of original' aniwer or other pleadingIn
Eastern Test The ritt Island, also received two form Indicated In the .pacification ICOI'RT IIEALIANDERIION. publlo calm to th. hla-heat. bid- the Internal Impronm.nt "ond. the office of th* Clerk of th*
Range. con. ponents, Inc. request for rezonIng oa th* hi,I'ler'. alatlonervPropnaala RUSH DEAN ler for caah between the houro of Elliot Bull,ling. Tallahae. Florid Circuit Court. Tltuivllle Florida,
tractor will have until the lat. I contracts. For $132,509.10), the ahall b* Haled and I.OWNOtt:1fAllo.n. : 11 clock In the forenoon and 2 *. prior to th* data tint abov on or brfcme tho 2. day .1 Hove
firm will build a helicopter pad of property located west of plainly marKe,I. .... for Plaintiff ..'.'ock In the afternoon 01lb.* mentioned. The T runtee. reeelha "" ember 1W4 Falling to do lo De.tree .
ter part of 1965 to completethe the railroad on Silver Star Lane liT OHOKK or TalC ROARI ;U3 Faat Central BoulevardDrland leh, d.. of November A.I). 1le!>4. right to ileillne tn make ..,. Pro Confeaao will ba. takenaialnut
work, near the BIoastronautics Build. or rui'NTY toMMiwHiiiskim" : .,. Florida ot the front door of the Hre..ard of .nv or all of aald land TOO you for the relief demand
Ing In the north part of the Cape from BW classification to M-1 to RKFVARO: COUNTY FIORIDA. Nov I I...rl.l IM4 roniv. CourthnuM. In Tltuavlll. mule. If anl when mad ahall b* ed In aald romilalnt'
Smith and Sapp Construction allow warehousing and light industry ON THIC (th DAT OF NOV KM- Florida iiiblect to the Trualeea. reaerylncgo THIS NOTICE: ahall b* puboonaecutlv -
: Industrial area and repave ai I HER A.D. IM4Jo \ 1.1 Curlla R. name unto themielvo.' 16"4 01 the phem- lI.b.d ooet each wsk. for lour
Cole of Orlando, received two aircraft parking area at the west H. Wlckham IN TRIO: CIRCUIT COURT OF Clerk of the Circuit Court "b.t. ml".I. and etali and week In th* Tltua'
contracts from the Corps of Engineers Delloiude Inc's request for ('b.lrm.1I THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Bv Mere Joe I'naerDeputy "i of ibm petroleum thereon olthireunler vlll. Star Advocate. .a newspaper
end of the skid strip at the Cape. Nov t. 11 One for $499,827.80, is rezoning of property on the ---" -- -- CO'NTY. riORlDA Deal) nv for or fumlah document vmS County Florid.

for work on the water system it I Construction Services also wai southwest corner of U.S. 1 andI IN T1RCIIT' ('tIt'RT or CHAM'FRY N<). 'II""" Nov I Il'rl.) 1164.'HITH.1t tai atamnt for the Instrumenteonvevane 01 DONE AND' ORDERED at TI-
THH NINTH Jl't8lCiAL Till "Mill K: 111 Ilk. KMI I tuavllle I'>rlda. thla .Mb day oft
Patrick Air Force Base and the awarded a $9,898 contract to I Plnehurst Street presently occupied CUT IN AND ruin BHbVAKDCOC : ChRIST om CERVAS RT ORDER nf the Truetee of the >rtober. 19H4.

NTY. MORIUA PI.ln'lff.( Internal' Improvement Fund of Ih* COURT II ;
Capehart housing area a proj. Install a government furnished by the Blue Boy Drive- AJ
IN CHANCERY v. or U.K Stt of Florid. I \: BARNES _
ect estimated to take until emergency generator In the Bit). in, from "T" classification to No. Tin* JULIA MARIK CERVAS NOTICE Iff HEREBY GIVEN FARRIS HRYAVTAttelt I Clerk of Circuit Court
orirr or Defendant that on the l(th day of November1W4 Oo".rnor By: V If Spongier
next summer to finish. astronautics Building at the BP to allow business and professional 1'011l0:0..t: Nr": nil.R: TO: JULIA MARIE CKHVAa at 1200 Nooa' at the Rail : W R. KIDD. I Deputy Clerk

The work will include laying Cape. office buildings Alfred NEW AMSTERDAM CASUALTY *>0 Park Lan door of th. Court Hone of Hreyard Chief EnclneerTruxtrn i O '
COMPANY a New York oorpuratlon Bethemla Maryland County at Tltnivlll. Florl,lathe I. I. Fund tto'n.I for Plaintiff
R Elliott, represcntuig the You ar* herabv notified that a underlined Clerk will offer Not e. I" -. n' lYt' .| l) 4MITM I' Street
STARADVOCATE'SCrossword company stated plans cMI for Plaintiff complaint for dlvorr. ha* b... for mule lb. followIng o>_lhe"< --- Fau Uallle. Florida
.... filed ...In.1 you and you are required reel. properlylot : C'NKIlITOIt'' Oct. 30. Nov I. 1 JO I Frl.) 1W4IN
taking the Blue Boy down and ALLEN I.. nR.oN: ...... to fll. your anawer or 14. mark C. GREEN: T* .til reilUeee F TO I..... .... l> ". I ;
...r t. ItHERWOOD COLB\RN. of th ACRES ESTATES. No. t ...
erecting a two-story office building plea.Mm wIth the Clerk hat.-.. inS All Fere*** kavlneK
01 Commii.Ioerr 01 h.urance for (Iroull Court for Brrard County. cordIng to the plat thereof rrorded *- f'loloe 19.mnudu anulnub Ill' THE!: CIRCUIT COURT OF
the dial of Michigan and aa and In cc THE NINTH JUDICIAI CIRCUT -
Puzzle Horlila. at Tlluavlll. norlda Plot Soak 12. Da** >late .f i'TlIialSR :15.
Receiver. of Michigan Kurelv Com thereof unon ROBERT 149. Publli' Remtrfl of Pr- IN AND FOR BREVARD
The board gave Its final approval I onervra'oav 110010 ..._...... I
a Michigan corporation ..1a OODBKT: P.O. Bo* 4M. ('0' viol County Fli.rHe. .. COUNTY Fl ORIDAIV
htirvi .
r5' .. Y B and eaa of von are
.. .
to a pUt of Laurel Park Florida' Alt omega' f"r the together altO f'l '- .... CHANCERY
roa reoulred to Ml*
:" en
.. .. ,
t5fa,1naii.NOTICS Plaintiff *n .., Ulltll Noiero ft." ,. I .
ACROSS! 60 "Jane 13 Color Estates Unit 1, submitted by II HERhHY OlSEN: her 1M4. If you fall t. .. .... a auuea. auil awwurleuauce* un naSh either ef havenalnat > r: HPI HIM' \TIO1coMritiNT
you or you >*v
Chicago -", byBronte 18. Exclama: Harry Barr. pursueR to a Final Decree ofForoiloaur decree pro oonfeeaa will b* ont_ land or coed ,In eonluncllon tb...- th. itate of Catherine MDa rorilltrcLURUBB.
dated Xtobar 10. 1M4, ed ...I.at you for the relief d- w 'hTh.
via. deceaaed. late of Brevard
dlitriclt Also adopted by the board was and internS I In Chancery. Cai No. Blinded In tbe *otnnlalnt.WITNKrJH afomald mali will h* .mart E W KIRBY

:IndonoalMlitand 81 Mandate lion regulatory terminology as applies n..,. of the Circuit Court ef lb. Biy hand and the urauant to. final de.' .M of Countv chip Virgil Florida. B. .Conklln with tbi. (Honor-'ount.Ja. d/h/a E. W. KirbyO.airal
Ninth' Judicial Clreult' I. and fornreiard ( thl forcloaur entered .In Chancery Ceatractor
DOWN 20. VeX official neil of th Court .... nf Brevard County. Florida
to animal kennels and run Plaintiff
County. riirlla whereinNKW 1M4. Action No wwui pendlnw In
t.At one 1.Packinguavan, 21. Peruse 111I doW of November nov at kIn offIce la ike Court HOUM ofMid I ....
Circuit 'Du".1 th Ninth
In eterlnarlans' clinics.This .l Curtla R
ways County Klthla .1.! '*) catndar -
tun llCalcU, COMPANY a Now York rorporatlon Clerk of the Circuit Courtby Judicial circuit of and for Bre month from th. 11mm of the REYNOLD W. DAVIS
10,Wicked 2.Llponthe urn: dealt with kind of exhaust Plaintiff and ALLEN UMAYKRBVN : Mar Joe V"..r yard County. Florida tint publication ef thl IIOUM. I Defendant
TO Reynold W.
11 A dull and cooling permissible .lloreaaor to CHER Deputy Clerk DATED tht lad day of November. ... Snider
top of system Ella: M
eym. WOOD COLBURN a* romml- MALI 1": Yon ar* hereby DoUle that aCimplalnt
finish a* 5.Eght: 24 Con.ceal. requiring the same to be baffled aloner of laiurance for tilt mat ROBERT(COl'RT OODBBT /:' Curtl R. Borneo Admlnltralrl. ef lOs Katat.. ha* ** ...1..'

t>fa matIZHogllk comb form to noise. .r Michlgco end ii Roc.tv.r .f P. 0. Box 4HCoeo Clerk of th* Circuit CourttCOUT ef ceaaed Catherlae K. Davla *- yon for forecloiur of lien on lb.followIng .
Yeeleraej Aaiwat suppress MUhlgaa Surety Company, a Florida : Mary Jo linger real pmepesty to-witI
4. Cheep 27.MuSed GoedrIfamploe and Boyurtca!
Lot I as d..crtbod I. O. B.
Michigan" corporation. et al Defendant for Plaintiff tRAL)
,mammal 5. Lustrous fabric 5?. Hard *, I will ...U t* th* blgheatrard N.Attorney.... .. 13. >0. 21 IFrl) M 4.IH van den Borg G.e Cull 22. Parriae Pt... Book lie. Pag M. TreplqHem
Drawer MOO
P. 0.
U."Much- black 29. YM: valuable and 'brat htdl.r for 0.0k .t the Atternavi for Plaintiff Plat according to the
II.. County Courthouae In 12* Xaat Church Street Rndente. Florida Plat thereof recorded to Plat
About I.Topaa dial wood Nov.' (. U. 20 21 .1',1.) 1' 4.
I Book PnbHi Record
Tltuavllle Hrevard Couatv Florida 440 Fleet Federal .ulldlnOrlando. .
NoChlnr humming 30. Flower 3*. Stairway al II A.M. Eastern Standard THE CIRCIHT COTTRT OF Florida 'I. ::County. Florida
15,Italian btrd 31 ReUlne pOll Tim on the liltb day of Novem1IM4 THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Nov. I (Frl.) 194."II IN TarS NINTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT prTH lying to

:Ttver 7. Asp 33. MoteL 42 Cant be. th. fallowing d *crlb.
1 T.Plec.out a. Similar 30.Chln ae .... Dlaftgnre Decree property.. lo a,.witCommeao *rt, forth la echO Final COUNTY.CHANCERY FLORIDAIN NO. 'lit COUNTY. FLORIDA. I 27 .. "s' BrevardCounty.

ItFIJlIjglud. 11 Sicilian sink 43 Grow old *t Ih* N. W. corner N ,TM K: TO IgoI'n: CHANCERY NO. :WOTKK and you .. required I* mince a
.: rcreteoclety 3.. Leae 47: Wine of ._ 14 which I. the N. Wcorner MARY JOANN BICNNETTPI.I.Uff MJ Neighbors \ "t PI a.lCATlosCURLES copy ef your AnwP D Pleadingt
: HARAUON ... .
'abbr. of Government Lot 1. th* *n Plalntimatlomay
I food receptacleAuitraltaa T, 211 I. R U K. BrevardCounlv ... PlaintiffCHARLEt *. Hartog aid W..""...
U.a.thered "'1. 112 DecOy Coco, Florida.
Florida. and run S MARVIN H. BENNETT a
ijnrowi, utraaUrUl 0,1 I. .. S" I 1* 16 M II along th. want ..'......1 U. RABAUO Defendant.TO ned file tb Aarwer orPlMdlag
line of fteo. 14 a dIMaae ef MARVIN H. BENNETT to the office ef iS.Clerk *
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The Days Are Getting Cooler. .. But Classifieds Are Still Hot! Imbiic

S p'm. Day Before FOR liNT HOUSIS FOR SAL
Publication for Wed. 267-rtM. HELP WANTED! OFFEREDBY
Minimum Cbtrr lOt 2 bedroom apartment 2878288. Jay Bee Jewelers department Cosmetic ailei 2 baths, den I car garage, '
ALL CLAIVIFIKD ADI WAREHOUSE suitable for Indian River City Indian River experience "helpful but not required 1960 NASHUA 35 10. I bed. built.IDS Includes dishwasher
PAYABLE IN ADVANCEExecpt RENT shop garage or .brag.. In Plata 21 to 38 room Penn Slate Trailer Park Acreage, Grove, Commercial walk In closet. 297-4C3.
Age Apply :
EiUblltkM AceouiUClaulflvd DUPLIX FOR _
center of town. See H. H. Bill Lawrence, between 6 and Situ, Industrial Sites River and --- -
Available Dl.pliy o. RMUMiTb Rot DUPLEX FOR rent 2 bedrooms Hudson at Star-Advocate ONE REPOSSESSED GE, 6000 m Eckerd person Drug to Mr.Pirtle Stanfer.Plaza 7 evenings Road Frontage Acre Plata, 2'4, 3 BEDROOM bath Excellent
window air. to 10 pltU. rendition lake Good '
unfurnIshed BTU Casement acre Wooded Lota, near
pd.dl Itar-Adnetu... .( ..,,101.*NMTTMtb or rejecting ,$80 furnished 267.9174$90. WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER conditioner Excellent condition Shopping: Center 13 TROTWOOD, BO 10, I bed. M by 130 feet. Recorded Subdivision fluhlnz, Total price 112900.
a> r .d".rtl......, construction Any site up to $IZS. $10 down, $2.00 COUNTER GIRL marking and room, equity, aisume month. New Homes 3% down, $100 down Edwards Really,
which It dooms .bJ ctloMt>land 1 BEDROOM. EXCELLENT location 30.000 square feet lease 267: weekly. Use our easy pay checking Prefer experienced. 17 payments 96909 26T-J311, New Homes 10% down. New 13 Baldwin Shopping Center
of any to chant ad"U_the.ola.lnoatlon nt from that nicely furnished In. 0564 Industrial or commercial plan Goodyear Service Store, Apply person, Master ext. 264 before t p.m. or 29TJi Home, $450 down and Older Phone: 267.3A04 Evemags and
ordarad conform to tlto pole water. $123 apace available. 313 South Hopkins 2673013. ffll.n 2500 South Hopkins, 9 ann (:SO p.m.DISTINCTIVELY Homes of all klndt If It Is Weekends 2672321
I Coy ef tbli p....rTbe monthly.' fmc Jones after I Real Estate and you are looking
etar-Advooato will not 2 SMALL OFFICES and warehouses SEWING MACHINE repair, aU NEW for TODAYS BEST BUYS It 3 YEAR OLD home for tale
lie for taalaoorraot for rent 200 square I
ruponatbl more makes Phone 2679208.Found by owner. bedroom IV*
to See Call
may pay
.It..bo llabla for Inaartio any orror nor will!. BEDROOM CARPORT air feet, airconditloned office WANTED AT once first class SKYLINE and STARNOW Write you or bath fenced yard. Mafly extras -
dvarttaamanti to a mater ... conditioned Kitchen furnish.ed. plua 600 aq ft warehouse I cabinet maker 1002 Tropic JOHN A. GORDON I Central beat air-eon.
tool use lbs cod of lb. apaca $100 month. 1013 English space $125 monthly each. J. Street. I li ditinnlng Payment *ts month
display completeline
occupied by tbo Item In tbo Street W. Chlldre Realty. 267-5563 on a Registered Real Estate: Broker $15110 down, Call :287! .77M.
of all models and sizes.Modern
drortloomoBt. BROWN PUP IRC area, with .
AU Daparunantai APPLIANCE SALESMANwanted : 23 Main-AM 7 SOZSTltusvllleACRIAOI
FURNISHED OR UNFURN red barnesa 267-9187 full time or Early American (Continued next )
1100 Kopklna Ass For Sal. many company on page
decor front kitchens and even
ISHED. I bedroom central I FOR SALE I
Dial 181-.711 brnpfits Apply Mr. Tom
Offto Noun S:00 to I MAddnaa heat and air, 267-3070 Help Wanted Smith W T. Grant Co., Tltusvllle private dining roomi. land 3
Yaill. Drawar A PHOTO CHRISTMAS cards, bedroom AU budget priced 165 ACRES IN Brevard County
Tltwnlllo. FJa. HOUSES FOR RENT Gregory Studio, 267.3766. for worry free living $113 per acre Arrow Realty This StandsFor

PIANO SALES HELP LICENSED: REAL Estate m.7037, Corner US 1 Har!
UNFURNISHED 2 BEDROOM PRACTICE sales person to set on FHA Used Trailers neon
Special Notice house, den or extra bedroom, Refinished and In excellent VA subdivision Homes now Quality
living' room, fireplace, playing condition CASH $ $ ready for occupancy For In. '58 NASHUA 40' x 10' 1 bedroomSet GENEVA AREA 2(1( arr"l
Las: in range and oven, 2 KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC $ $ tervlew call 2679440 up on lot with awnlnfM mostly high pine land $ ,
$100 REWARD FOR Inform. tile baths, air conditioningfuel 2126 W. Tropic 287-6385 half cash T. W. Hero Emit) I
atton leading to the arrest I oil heat, carports andutility For COOK, EXPERIENCED openIng YELLOWSTONE 17' I I', 1 er. Sanford 3222481 for
and conviction of person who room. $125 per month. ELECTRIC SHAVER service on apply In person Sands bedroom. polntment
stole power tools from Clinton 267-6927 267.1121.UNFURNISHED all makes Jay Bee JewelersIndian Restaurant 319 Washington 'P-I
or Your Hours! '
MoteL River PlataREPOSSESSED Spare Avenue 'S3 STREAMLINE 2$ I I', air IS2 ft. by 400 ft river to
2 BEDROOM $500 to $7.50 per cond., 1 bedroom. way close In Excellent buY. I

telephone . house, bath' living Save $200 on SPINET this piano. Hour Average! FOOD STOREROOM Clerk, 'S$ NASHUA 30' .' 1 bedroom Edward Realty, 12 Baldwin
, Day 267-6808 kitchen, on large lot.mi Take over over 21. with experience pre SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Shopping Center Phone: 207.
Night 267.l399ALCOHOLICS block off 80 and L 267.9301. up SCHOOL paymentsKIRK OF MUSIC. e Titusville Area Only forced call Mrs Santos, 267 EASY TERMS 3604 Evenings and Week-
ANONYMOUS e Visit Your Friends 1241. ends 2672321 MRp
IRC 2 BEDROOM, built.in 2126 W. Tropic 267-6385 .
e Leave Money Savin* Coupons
If you want to drink, that JOur MARTIN'S MOBILE
, business If want to stop range. air conditioning, drap- OLD NEWSPAPERS suitableIn e COLLECT NO MONEY APARTMENTS FOR SAL! .
you ea. Mrs Connell 267.7021 Saturday Licensed Real Elate Sslrsmin HOMES SALES This Is the official Seal
drinking, that'a our business Sunday, Tuesday and packing and moving fish protect.furn RESERVE YOUR TERRITORY For General Real Estate and 1224 N. U. 8 1 MODERN DUPLEX, select of the National Auocla-
iture, wrapping
TODAYI I Subdivision Sales Tltuavllla 267.3081 area, attractively for
Thursday. priced
furniture when of Builders
floors and tlon Home
AnimalsBEAUTIFUL ing A.
North of OverptuTRAIIIR quick sale Box 4, St.r-
GARDENDALE r:: flotc'd Big butdle SOc Phone 267-8151 Johnny A. Mole Advocate. Only members of tht
part.Maltse kittens 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH built In ASK FOR MR BARTELSON 1240 S. Hopkins Ave LOIS POE SAL National Association And
Advocate rear of building Titusville. Florida HOUSES FOR SALE
free. 2676S8BSCHNAUZER range and oven. Just redecorated
local association
Inside and out 267 PIMALI HELP WANTED Phone 267-1327. LOT 13 I 110 all utilities on art
i GUNS ---- I LARGE bedrooms forced this
PUPS, ARC KgIstered. 7996 lot, very reasonable AM 7SM7 < to display
267.9481. WHITE LADY to care for 4 yr. InstructionsPRIVATE after I PM all CB: equipment FHA Ill,. seal
SMALL PRIVATE I bedroom 730 South Dixie old child and do wishing and I 700 $600 down 287 3564. :
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GIVE AWAY cute black and house suitable for 2 or 3 Old U. S. 1 1I ironing Call 267 99JO. Ask for PILOT round TRAILER SPACES FOR HINT Alexander Construction
white puppy. Good to children adults $90.00 month Includingsome Mutt, 10:00.5:00.:()( I School Course evenings at NEW GARDENDALE 3 bedroom
CaU 267-66S4 utilities 267.5603. I Indian River City WAITRESS I Titusville.Cocoa Airport Chot LARGE 46 I 100 lot. children I bath, central heat, Company
lection New Frontier Park. a I r conditioning, built In
X SEALPOINT SIAMESE cats, HOUSE RENTAL, 2 bedroom, bedroom (any age) wanted for Sands Kirschner. 2674240 or 2072983 267.0 33. range, dishwasher, double car Broyhlll Development t
age 7 months; also 1 female completely furnished, 267 MODERN 4 PIECE Restaurant Washington Avenue garage, Large beautifully Child Home Ine.
age t month., for sale Mra. 8153 reasonable, hostess or utility Titusville. landscaped corner lot. patio
cart table pads, 9 x 13 coteton Lost For Sale offered Inc.
Bare 267 3327.DACHSHUND Motorcycle fenced In backyard, Cowart It Carter,
HOUSE RENTAL S bedroom 2 rug $5 2672119 WANTED, MATURE, white by ower, 2677292.
PUPPIES, Oak- bath, room WhisperingHills FORMICA woman to babyait In my BLACK l> WHITE cat weartnj HONDA 50 motoricooUr, excellent Cozart Const Coenptnyllaher ,
wood Trailer Park, Barton f& monthly Call 267 DROPLEAF home Monday thru Friday, collar with bell Strayed Tuta condition, 1100 M7-827J EASY TERMS no '
Street Brown trailer after 3669. dinette. set, 2 matching chairs 2.1 p.m., $75 per hour, must day from Whispering Hills HI. 3 bedroom, I bath. qualifying Construction Co.
530.: 267 1687. have own transportation 267' section. Call 2671633 after 21961 LAMBRETTA motor. lake, wall to wall carpeting, butch Construction Co.
h 3 BEDROOM BATH IRC, MONTGOMERY WARD automatic 4498 after I p.m. : p.m. Reward scooter excellent condition beautiful kitchen, priced $12

Boats For Sale Phone 267.2481.UNFURNISHED. ZlgZag sewing machIne CHECKOUT CASHIER, age 21- 221 Prltcbird. Indian River 600 267-30M John Beach

$65. Call 267.3892 after S. Mobile Homes City.. _. t
I. bedroom 35 cashier experience required :- BEDROOM I bath In excel Louis At Brown, Ins
, 18 FOOT INBOARD Chris Craft house, 2 tile baths Large CRIB and mattress Tow Apply In person to RINT M' CRUISAIRE arooler. excellent lent location. Beautiful land.It. .
boat with trailer For sale as living room, built-In range, bar electric 267-8787, Mr. Stanger, Eckerd: Drug, --- --FO* condition. CaU 26U841 .pin,. Carpets Included Justice Hornet, Inc.
la. $300 133 Park Lane, phone csrporte and utility room 2678891. range Pirtle Plaza Shopping Center TRAILER ON Urge lot $80 mo. after 1:00: p.m.Plumbina._ $ASu down Monthly paymenta Northwood Builders loc
267-6044 after 8pmCHRISTMAS $12500 month. 2671928. Christmas Park TV or phone $106.00 Including taxes and Insurance ,
IS JUST TABLE MODEL Silvertone TV Orlando 568-2344. Supply Edwards Realty, 13Baldwin Penziner Broe.
bath swimming FULL TIME housekeeper _.
21 Inch, with metal stand $35. --- -- Shopping Center
AROUND THE CORNER << pool unfurnished $140 Can be seen after 6 p.m. at Must have own trsniporuton TRAILERS FOIt SALE SEPTIC TANKS Phone; M73604 Nlghta 8.Weekends Robert EvaN
NOW IS THE TIME monthly 267-3267. Z e k IEvan. 133 Park Lane. 2671883 after 8 p.m' -I OWNERST : 2672321 Ronald Moretto
TO PUT THAT .. MOBILE HOME of per.caat concrete, sled reinforced .
PIANOS ORGANS. The perfect STORE: 130 to 1000 falloni I MitES north of Oak Hill. I Tiffany Builden, Ine.
Christmas gin for Create trop. Installed, lanka James Trimble
IN LAYAWAY bouse and grounds unfurnlsh.1 entire family that will last a has opening in TltuivlUe, In. pumped and cleaned, drain ed, double garage, boatbouse
COMPLETE LINE ed. $125 monthly. Bessie Cab I lifetime Our pianos carry a disc River City area for fields Mil Id. Plttman Septic dock and sea wall William CvermaaWlngate
OF BOATING ACCESSORIES ella 2871645 10-yard guarantee Our transIstor manager of retail store Re FREE] Tanks. Ine, W.4421 P. 0 Phone for appointment 267 Homes
I S-year warranty management experiencepreferred Box 2011, TltuivlUe 2326
Free hoipltalli ---
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Rogers Outboard turn west Ellis Lane. tint I No down payment a ation life Insurance, retire $20 down payment and $20 I
1103 Garden St. 287-6414 house right, 5 miles north Tltusvllle. up to five years to pay. Firstpayment ment plan, paid vacation month will buy your own full
February 1965 Pick acre mobile home lot at beauttful
Submit complete resume for
& Const up your phone and call me Interview to box A I StareAdvocate. Lake Louise Estates COMMERICAL FRONTAGEZoned
OFFICE FOR !RENT collect day or night I'll personally All replies held In Become your own landlord
contact you the same '
counters NEW BUILDING office strict confidence Don t tear up rent receipts lid
FOR and GOOD Formica cabinets work, call 267 U.S. 1 So. Titusville, space 2,000 our day you beautiful call and selection show you of month. Many families trailer now reside B-1 1 water and sewer already in. Owner will sell all
n 2672849 COLORED GIRL for house la our beautiful com
8143 aq styles and finishes for you to work 1 day week 2671378. munlty, visit us and see for
NIDY CONSTRUCTION resi On U.S. 1, prime location, call choose from. Call collect today yourself the finest self-owned or part for only $35.00 per foot. Total 440 ft, available.
Mr. Days STRONG RELIABLE woman mobile home park.
dentists, commercial and remodeling 267-OG10 or 2678866
12 in Titus 636-5573, after 7 p.m. 836-0135.) for housework and care of LAKE LOUISE! ESTATES
vllle Licensed years and bonded: ROOMS FOR !RENT (Cocoa School of Music) Wheel chair patient 8 days 14 milts east of Orlando oa

Phone AM 7-2328. MAID SERVICE TV. 527i. 6 MONTH OLD ZIO ZAG, Repossessed week 267.3043.EXPERIENCD. Route 80 Phone BM-2761 CUSTOM HOMESBring

Washington 84 Model Swing : SALESLADY OR CHRISTMAS PARK
CampingHuntingCAMPER Needle I Dial'0.Matte, Like wanted apply In person Route No. 50 Christmas, Fla
SUITABLE FOR 1 $15. or 2 New, Makes Hundreds of Fredrick's. 211 Hopkins Phone: MS 2011 us your dream plans or let our registered engineers
REASONABLE. See $25. Private entrance, corner Fancy Stitches Makes Automatic -
at second house north of US 1 and 50, next to icehouse Buttonholes Sews on I design one to your individual taste. A few choice estate
Kelly a Block plant, Mimi. Call after 1 p.m., 267 Buttons Blind Hems, Monograms

3679 Embroiders, Darns, SEE OAKWOODMobile TODAY available and finest sub-
Child Care and Patches, Etc. Assume Remaining I sized lots In Titusvilles newest
PRIVATE ENTRANCE S Payments of $7.50.

CLEAN infants, RESPONSIBLE and .mall children home, bath weekly, quiet, phone, 1 or 2672080 2 men, $10 Ph Credit Mgr. AM 73411. Home Subdivision division. Only 3 minutes to Garden street with no city

preferred IRC. 267.72M. ROOM IN PRIVATE home. 1 $10 USED down PIIILCO$150 freezer weekly. $73 Use. i, taxes and yet all city conveniences.
Breakfast lunch available
CHILD CARE day or and our easy pay plan Goodyear Featuring: '
week nb'Rr.r'; Heights. 2675759 Service Store SIS South Hopkins

267.8768. ROOM FOR rent with kitchen Titusville. 2673013.

ELDERLY WOMAN desires privileges 267-0610 before 5, PHILCO ELECTRIC stove for LARGE 75' z 110' LARGE POOL 'II EIGHT BRAND NEW

babysitting in own home $2 after 5. 267.8866.ATTRACTIVELY sale, good clean condition,
per day, per week Experfenced FURNISHED, $45. 2677258 LOTS WITH SHUFFLEBOARD

287-0288) excellent references: private bath, TV close to'' CORD WOOD 2 ft. lengths cash CENTRAL WATER HORSESHOES Etc. INCOME UNITS
Cape and downtown and carry Clinton MoteL
ItI... Ideal for
two gentle I
For Rent men. Low weekly rate. 2679389 FRIGIDAIRE stove DELUXE Like new 40'267-electric I Garden Street, eight units with Individual air conditioningon

MAC'S EQUIPMENTSales CAPE KENNEDY 2 BEDROOM: utilities maid 6140 after 2:30.FURNITURE : I $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYTO separate meters Mortgage commitment and build.

Rentals Repairs service, reasonable 3674103. FOR sale, chest'
Construction EquipmentHand of drawers, breakfast set end REACH OAKWOOD From Titusville! northon
go issued. These units
Tools ROOMS WITH bath TV. air tables, desk bed box spring ing permit already fully fireproof
88 E. Memtt Is Causeway conditioned for Mils ..orkerl.S30 and mattress. 2673034 U S. 1 to Mima Continue north on U. S.1 for

Days 8340-Nlght 838-0160 Heels weekly available double,Phone$23 single 267 FURNITURE DISCOUNT one information more mile Call to 267-KMJ6 our entrance on right. For fret are ready to start now, $12,000.00 a year gross, an excel.

9742 Mile Motel. Rte. 1 south SALES. Mattresses offered at

FOR RENT of new causeway, I warehouse. :2111 Garden prices See St us Nidy today DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAYI! lent investment at only 5%2 times income.

Floor Sanders Polishers $12.SO PER PERSON.per week Shopping Center. 287-8733 orm.l828. AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK
Phone AM 7-32S3 Rocket Motel, Mims. Phone .
Factory Paint Outlet 2673097,
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Baldwin Shopping Center SLEEPING ROOMS and efficienelea
machine, $3500 Tel 287558 -
for rent 801 Orange
1 USED 12 cu. ft Gibson refrigerator R-3, curbs, streets, sewer and water on
In. efficiencies weekly. room. Reasonable Can 2874103. -. 2221 OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY WIW Street. Excellent terms available.
Use mortgage
12.00 weekly. our easy money
monthly rstea. air conditioned. Between Mima and TltusvUUH
417 Julia Street pay plan Goodyear Service mil Dorth of LaGrange Cemetery
STORES FOR RENT Store, SIS South Hopkins. Ti-
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT: tusvlUe 267.3013.BARGAIN I Get Aquainted Sale
newly decorated furnished NEW STORE: building for of '
287-0619 flee or business 13160 ft HOUSE FOUR FURNISHED UNITS
Heated and alrcoodltioned New and Used Furniture and 2 Acrtt. Pal ef PIeces, Tree A Shrubs
UNFURNISHED 2 BEDROOM Phone 267-8180. appliances We buy, trade and
apartment $70 Adults. braWn aeU. Refrigerators $2S and MANY ITEMS GOING BELOW COST All air conditioned, stable and very solid tenants, nearlynew
809 Tropic Street FOR RENT or lease, at n"Iee. apt guaranteed 2518 HopkinsAve.

for office. 20 x Located 80 ft. or Magnolia suitable Friday.. Phone nights until 317.0Open t. Lltzuoturn from S 4$ 1 C.B.S. Apartments with city water and sewer, with.

Plata S12S monthly, 2871928. CAN BE FINANCED" ViburnumAaaUaa .... from S 45 EXTHAIPICIAt' |

I from .50 | in walking distance to Howard Johnsons.


Local & Long Distance Movers Juniper
an type. from SLOG ARMOUR

Podocarua from $ .30

".n.B Moving Packing Fertiliser.trip" REALTY

Receive Uy ifct HH. NNel
_(Uke .IC%) Storage Iiiii IIiii Shipping PALMS 50V25 I

will Helen to u4 ,.- COMPLETE ,
If we FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341: hoe
felMtUrt Of
all ehtructJona -
U perception will Wf REWORK OLD RUNDOWN Citrus Fruit
be removed, our spiritual .1- RIDGEWAY MAYFLOWERCOLD TAIOS. COMFLITI LAND- '
sues will be clear and perfect rv.lTOaACZ-1100 N. U S. No. 1 CRATING KAfI IltVICI. PROM 4.50 1240 South Hopkins 2679542'rI4a"


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".- Pago 14 Tlfuivlllo (Florida) Star-Adveaste Friday, November 1, 1 4Don't
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Orbit Around, Settle In A Home Of Your Own BEST BUYS

Dinner This Thanksgiving in 132 20 acres: IB fast growing
your *wo dining room. One Real Estate section west of Mims. $1595
ftthese homes is just right (Continued from preceding page) Real Estate I Real Estate .
"" per acre, 25% down, balance
fot your family. FOR 1 years
Select Youri
Real Estate HOUSES POE SAL 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH home 137-81 acres with W mile
I'DAYW'4)! HOUSES FOR SALE Draperies Included. 2673678. U. S. No. 1 frontage. Zoned

f MOVE RIGHT IN! INDIAN RIVER City custom 3- BLOCK for trailer park at $1950
\ -5- HOUSES FOR >AL. BEDROOM 14 bath fenced bedroom family room :2 :2 enclosed BEDROOM breezeway boned per acre with suitable terms
yard, $65 monthly payments baths, :' drapesbeautiful and releases.
BEDROOM THE BEST BUY IN EXECUTIVE HOME 4 bedroom 267-3420. \end heat andair. porch. Painted Interior and
schools, paved
:% ONLY $1S, 00 3 bath with Family Room and Double carporteMany exterior, near 149-Approx. 4 acres locatedon
water. Low
wooded 2 3-BEDROOM 2 bath enclosed more extras. $800 down, street, sewer and corner of 3 county road
on high car garage, Disposal Dishwasher Only call 267-
Int. Walk te school and4opw.l9kept f'' FOREST HILLS beautiful built-in 2 car garage, wall.to-wsll $153 total payment. No qualifying taxes. $0500 cash with over 1500 ft of front. t
qultt at root kitchen. Excellent location. carpeting drapes. Has to be 267.5244.EXECUTIVE age. Excellent high land
: OFFERED AT DISCOUN'di See this seen to appreciate. Reasonable with lots of tall pine trees.
home* $600 MODEL nOME, today. Edwards PEACEFUL, TROPICAL lot of
awn FHA-No down VA. A Realty, 12 Baldwin Shopping down payment and as HOME, Whispering 94 x 180 is setting for this Located about 6 miles northof
Hills 3 bedroom, 2 baths city and V4 mile west of I
rill |lewd.LUXURIOUS. Center Phone : 287-3604 Eve sume mortgage. 609 W Circle lovely completely furnished
recently redecorated. Sacri- U.S. No. 1. Buy this fine
Dings and Weekends 267-2321. 267-5613. home in Indian River City.
flee for quick sale. 267-8618. located $1500 down. parcel for country estate or
3 BEDROOM, 1 bath recently Owner will finance. Arrow use it for building lots.
CLASSIC redecorated 75 x 255 BRIARWOOD Priced at $7500 with $750
HOMES huge
AM at a price you can afford. lot, shallow well conventional Estate size, grass carpeted Realty 267.7037 Corner US 1 down and $75 per month.
Hal 3 largo bedS 1 tree studded lots, 3, 4 and 3 & Harrison
some (master 8.R. **pjrato :' elMia4 Nothing Down, See Us Today financing, $11.450. 267-5488. bedroom electric kitchens 183-10 acres In Indian River
), 2 nice baths, all Titusville'g Best Home e fshe and air, 3 BEDROOM, FAMILY room Park located west of Indian .
!nIce cabinets, doubt gar- QUALITY CONSTRUCTIOHFISHER Value, 3 and 4 Bedrooms 2 HILL TOP some ready for occupancy orchCY.Ise central air, built-in, carpet River Plantations and
{:f 2200 SO. FEET ing. Large corner lot. Many
30 porch.
h., x screen : your lot and plans. No priced at $500 per acre,
Bait now hem buy In fH Full Bath Homes with Garages COQUINA SCHOOL qualifying, no closing cost other extras.. Whispering 29% down, balance S :years.
Hills. 2675220.Continued
Whispering Hills at only conventional loans, convenientto
'1UOO. Any financing AREAThe but, out of sight and noise On Next Page 182-20[ acres just outside city
bvallabl*. 10 BUY NOW of super-highway Parochial limits. High rolling land.
.TNDIANRIV.HTS.- '' and public school buses. 1 $1500 per acre with 29%
moment walk Into the
CONSTRUCTION CO WILL TRADEat you mile north of Titusville, La- down.
realize this
Grange off Old Dixie
CENTRAL .;,; 267-0564 Colonial Heights :.1 a real family home. Highway area 191-40 acres within city

I AIR: CONDITIONING Hopkins Ave. South To your left Is a large formal CALL limit site. Priced Possible to sell.housing
This 1 bedroom 2 bath 267-8641 jvlng room, and to the right, 267.9300 NOW!
beauty can be your for our family room, then on into 196-Huge building lot.
Only $1,650 down and the separate dining room and PRICES CAN ONLY 195 x 250. Good location, no
$*j.OO per me. Includingverythingl INDIAN RIVER CITY, 1010 kitchen. city taxes..$2550 Cash.
} I Thaf right Milton Street, 3 bedroom, 2 IT STANDSFOR
41.00 per mo. li all! Rear bath central heat and air- From the master bedroom 400-Cholce building lots II
awn fenced. Nice at newn conditioning. Built-in stove you walk out Into olont private GO UP AND UP available in several choice:

every reipect. No quafylng. )- and oven, $06 monthly, eq solarium, locations. Select your lot
Better hurry on OPEN DAILY ulty sale, phone 267-6229. oarbecueing or growing plants. Slightly! over one acre. Buildto and have a home built from
this- snit MODELS INTEGRITY suit yourself. Good water, your pis ns. i
MOVE IMMEDIATELY into 2, Call us for an appointment. fine location. $2,500. 10%
-T6' 3, or 4 bedroom homes, brand down.U. 433A-Sleeper Magnolia
1 P. M. till 6 P. M. Total price $15,900.SUTTON .
NEW HOMES new In area of much higher S. No. 1 frontage from Street frontage priced un-
priced homes. Small down
der $60 per front foot. Ex.
Scottsmoor to
bedroooms 2 baths. Ready to move Into for payment and only $85 month. cellent business location.
See our associate, Pete Cat- 3 and 4 ly total payment. VA no down REALTY CO. From $75.00 per front foot.
Ino, It, Colonial Height as little as $450.00 down Priced $15,000 to payment BRENTWOOD ESTATES 1528 So. Washington Trailer[ lot 96 x 170 deep. Deep 549-U.S.. No. 1 FRONTAGE.
and n* will ihow you 4 of 200 ft. Just north of Mimi.
west on Garden St., drilled well and Lots
$17,300.00. 267.9440 pump.
the.-ty-ettleit home In TI. S42 ft. deep. Reduced price
AM 7.7142 or 6325655. of trees. A bargain
tug Ile. These FHA-VAfi4tnc.d of$12,000 and location make
; Dales Addition -Out Garden St to Singleton Ave., "
beauties are template 5 Acres west of Carpenter this a good investment
and ready for your 'then North on Singleton to Open House signs. Road. A beautiful home site
family. Prices range from $11,000, 29%), down. 75US.. No. 1. 50 ft. frontage -
S15A60 Don't mil This Is the official seal of
to $17,000. x 135 ft. deep. S'otts-
NEWLARGE 5 Acres 600 feet on Route
th&elHO 1, JOHNNY A. MOLES the Real National Estate Association Boards. Only of No.homesite.48. -Rustic A good and Investment secluded moor. $1350 Caah.800LAKEVIEW .

members the Associationmay
of HILLS. 3
QUALIFYING! 1240 S. Hopkins, Opposite Magnolia Plaza display this seal. And $16,500, 29%" down. bedroom, 2. bath. Central

Night only those who display this Wooded 3 acre tract 350 ft. heat and sir FHA, $450
Phone 267-6327 Day or
seal call themselves road Close to 195.
FHA LOAN may on county down and nothing down
TM FHA, ,FHA rotate home After S P. M. Juanlta M.lott 267.7559 Realtors. Well drained. $6600. with VA financing.

may be lust| for you. Neary George M. Barley, Jr., 100 Acre In Edgewater. CloseIn
new 3 B.R. 2 bath on 807-Well located home. Close
Met. strait In Imperialfcitito or Inc. and ready for development to public and Parochall
*. Make reasonable J. W. Childre, Realtor $560 per acre, 29% down. schools. Hardwood floors,

tish payment for owner' 2 Full Tile Baths Danenburg Beach New 3 bd. rm. 2 bath home closed In florid room,
Equity and move In for Realty on 1 acre lot. Central heat drapes Included. Priced at
only 102.00 per mo. total Paved Streets and Sidewalks Duffy's Real EstateBryanConway and air. Priced at $15,900. 14,900, $1500 down and $102
payment. per month pays an. Shows
& 3Vi acre ranch. Just the by appointment.
CHOOSE Central Heat and Air-Conditioning. Winstead, Inc. right size Immaculate 3 bd.
FROM 3 Associates rm. 2 bath home. Priced to 810 Large new home In
Campbell Forest Hill One of the few
Lovely brick a e.n te AS
Inc. homes available In this exclusive
.. You will that
can't find better con. LOW WITH Edwards Realty Indian River Heights. 3 bd. area. Has fireplace,
you itructed home In Bra AS PER Ed Kitties Agency rm. 2 bath, central heat and central heat and air. 3 bedrooms .
air. Near ichool. No qu.lifyln
2 baths
vard County. All have 3 MONTH Harris Realty, Inc. .
t ,
bedrooms, beautiful kitchon $700
L. B. Newman
820-FHA owned home. Low
Indian*, River enclosed City.'CHARMING garage. $13,400 I 1NT "T Realtor RAY CARPENTER down, low monthly pay-
DOWN PRINCIPAL Donn Searle Realtors ments. Several to choose
Realty from. Call for appointment
Realty South U.S. No. 1 Bermuda to see.
3B.R.ASSUME Phone 267.1928 Sydney Schwartz Titusville
W J. Smith I, !J878813 267.3917 Nights 84ft Preowned home on love-
FHA LOAN .._ I ly street Large 3 bedroom,
Located, In attractive area 2 bath and screened Florida
between old Dixie Hwy. room. Spacious fenced in
and U.S.: No. 1. This well a S 1 $YB' VSQ, back yard with citrus trees
ktpt Vo..alo home feature and shallow well. An excellent
largT bedroom, two complete r buy at $15,500 for
baths, large land- Convenient Modern living the family that can affordto
capad..lot. Reeionabl put $1590 down. Shown by

cash FHA fr pmt equity of $117 and per assume me. e I ml S ...*- ?........, .r w tl.ilii"r.n.< fete* e ,*r CONSTRUCTION appointment

Call now for appointment \.tI.-I..... a t N"'r Itiy.v4 to wet.vpevl FISHER 850-MOVE RIGHT IN. Owner .

inipoct. C a.awtwl .r ('.....,...W n.l r Lo 7n" ad a r y+x+w. wishes a quick l : sale.
Beautifully carpeted living
-sPICK sales, COMpANY
Ow a Ad ewow awe. and .
room dining area, formica
YOUR olt.twm MneI M a c m..5 wrM '. kitchen. 3 bedroomswith

COLORS e M.k.e Lm a'i FniIuW a.h b+.1 Ue ; w + y I Proltcl'J / big cloiets. 1ft ceramic
tlJee. reiCiiIiLANTERN tile baths. Good fishing
2 I..... home now going up ?frt f in back yard. Largelot.
on Singleton Read. One 4 o.0,0.8..ar1Ta w111Clip ., +, Full price $13,250 with
B.R.,. and one 3 B.R. _1nnNwOdnA raw.q/.w'.. ) monthly payments of $77.
priced SU700 and $14,200 + Owner will/ help finance
respectively. Large over- N'M tOR DA down payment of $1650.
died Iota I May we how I U SV L l : .PARK"Titusville's

financing.VA, or 353-Need a home In south
con v,' Titusvllle close: to the new
''U- NASA Causeway Then see
'rt? I Newest Subdivision"Some i this central heated and air
\\1 BADGE For a DEAL conditioned preowned homein

CAUSEWAY ; LANTERN PARK Models Now Ready Priced Indian at $14,600 River Heights.and $96

I Ia |lust 3 milt from these I worth monthly. Shown by appoint
3 and 4 bedroom beautiei ment.gs91600
Select from I complete TWO STORY COLONIAL
home and move In tomorrow EXCLUSIVE SUBDIVISION down will move you
I ) Priced $15,250 to IMWHGABOUT I Into the band new 4 bed

$I5,'SO.. ,Only J550 down DESIGNED TO BE and RANCH STYLETHIS I room :2 bath home. dose
FHA :No down VA. See to Churches schools and
theiel AREAS FINESTDEVELOPMENT shopping. Central heat and
1 electric built.in range and
5 BEDROOM HOMESAll oven. Priced at $16.200 with
$395 DOWN y 3,4 & FHA monthly terms.

NO QUALIFYINGI! SEEDUFFY Beautifully Finished & Completely 928: -Buiineis Residential
Large 2. bedroom home lo combination property Just
cited -In Brontwood Elt.It. Equipped off new 4 lined Garden
... Mo. pmti. only $85; CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING & HEAT Street Has :2 bedroom home
Including everything. Make r and two separate buildings.

If mall It. your down*! payment and 115 ACRES.., All Homes Feature Hardwood Floors, with Armatrong Montina inlaid RENTAL. :2 bedroom furnished .

...:. Corloa Tile floors In family room. duplex. $130 per
-T- od North of Mimi, An ixcol- month plug $50 damage deposit
WANT TOBUILD lont Buy. .40 foot wide boulevard Unique and beautiful f) Enclosed 2 Car Garages
Entrance Way
? ACRES / Streets No City Taxes 633-US. No. 1 Commercialbuilding
J) 5
In L, / a) Water and tewor Lovely Rolling Walkways for rent $150 mon
WI haVe builder, the Largo Weeded Lot
lets, the financing, the Grange Ares Natural Ga* Minimum 1450 equate fool thly.
plant. All you need it the o* living area 124 Aero
I urge. Yhy don't you come 10 ACRES Lac.1Id Wilt V
la and we will discuss I It '
ever a pot of hot coffee. j I of Mime

\ Homo (Now) on 1 acre lot, ready to :
, Country Club Holghl, 3 bed.
bithi, built inj move In 3cJ
room, 2 -

room rang, fireplace and even, ,on'cll:: 2 BEDROOM HOMELow while SELECTION is COMPLETED

gsrift, fenced yard. $145 down payment and eicoDont
per mo.



All Usuablo Frentiae en 2 County
I "The Homo Buyer' Roads. FISHER CONST. CO. .
Drive west on Cardtn St. to Carponter
Shopping EXCELLENT U.S. 1 FRONTAGE ) 1514 South WashingtonAM !
PRODUCING ORANGE PHONE 267-0564 Read turn nerthfir.neand
SUTTON GROVES a> e half mile to Lantern Park. 7-3358
MUCH MORE TOO. AT Open t-S, Von. tan Sator
by appointment

,1&:1528 ASSOC.S. WASHINGTON REALTY CO. DUFFY'S REAL ESTATECorner 0 ; (24 Hr. TeL An*. Service)

I ,,Office Ph.: Home Ph*. U S. No. 1 and Hwy. 4ft--Mims When buyer and scOer q.
I &S5 '" pent to get better and faster

i I 267-9440; 347.4534 PHONE AM 7-0821 Service


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I GARDEN APARTMENTS Real I Estate --- ---

"Welcome to Gracious Living"Located HOUSES FOR IAL1 plex.Phone$1JW.-.or. daytime beet oCfer.or "FOREST HILLSESTATES" lWWRIOU$ HOMEIN

one mile north of highway SO west of U. S. No. Look around and see if you can
1, with river privileges convenient to everything duplicate all the desirable ServicesDAVE'S JUST A FEW LOTS HOMnONURGCWOODCO FOREST HilLS
equal distance to either causeway yet with an atmosphere feature you find here in MM LEFT! I ion._
of a country estate Luxuriously finished, wall to place, for only S8NO-: fully TREE Service call I SERENElYw6UR8A11 call today
ling, each apartment different with its own furnished, excellent condition, T E. Harris at 267-2312. CHAS. JANNABON YET ONLY MINUTES HAWKINSCONSTRUCTION
persona individual utility and storage room. 12 2 nice bedrooms, located Tttuirille Shopping Center TO NASA CAUSEWAY.SHOTTING
cubic feet automatic defrosting 2 door refrigerator close to stores river and SETTLES ROOFING. Complete -. AM 1-Mel CENTEX CO.
central TV system costs no more, and less than others beach in fine neighborhood. Roofing and Remodeling AND Mt 6800LRw 207-2001
its equal Sp.eloualylandscaped private grounds $1200.00 down for one of the Service. 1004 Pine Street. I
and many other inviting features. Available December nicest new bedroom :I-bath Phone 267-3455. I
1st. homes we have seen-on a I
NOW RENTING beautiful shaded lot among ELECTROLUX
other lovely new homes. CORPORATIONBrevard I
Call for appointment ALL NEWS
W. J. SMITH, Realtor I PHONE aw-ssii MARGARET S. KLIKNA, County'i Only I

REALTOR Beachkidd branch.i LIVING S Bedroom, $W d.n, *H
419 Flagler Avenue authorized factory
4288221 or 428.8142 (eves) Call Melbourne ........ ...... monthly, pays tverythiisfImmedlate -
Best Buy of the MonthS w poestntoo.'
T1TUSV1LLE, 4 bedrooms 2 Collect MIl, t e.OIL
...... S 4 Bedroom $409 tare, tit
baths den, separate dining 7235832DRESSMAKING Bedrooms 1 bath home
COUNTRY ESTATES room: sir-conditioned, 21K( I with Built In Kitchen ter, ...- monthly Including P.LT.t
square feet, adjacent to Whispering ORIGINAL rasa floors Carporte and
Hills golf course styling expertly fitted alter. Utility room Oil heat and Cltyw..as- Executive thftt. -.....*.
$24500 with $2500 down and ations for men's and women's air conditioned. Lot 88! x 125 e MeW d w... M Iftcstioa, wui *4H M
,:;3 AND 4 BEDROOM $131 monthly P & land FHA garment JJlUca Hudson, with an abundance of shrubs your taste, hundreds efplaas
insurance. 111 Echo Circle 7-3158.: Appraised value $14.(UK).00. $13,950t"1f to ehtMte from, frees
267-1818. Selling price only $12,00000
.I BATH (Continued on next page) with very good terms. Wl.WO.
TWO BEDROOM C.B. house 3 3
years old on Indian River. % C New Smyrna Beach* Ke
HOMES Ceramic tile bath, modern MOVE INIMMEDIATELY JOHNNY A. MOLES qualifying S yeses 44 -
kitchen, fireplace, screened VAHonHiHGOOwiiFHASsooDO's $300 down $H mftaftly toeludaa -
e Lsrie Bsdreems patio, utility room. Fully 1240 S. Hopkins Ave, I all, I bedroom, lies
furnished even to TV. Boathouse Florida Titusville, Fla. '
1.3 Bedroom, 2 bath
Family loom JUST .. -... with electric hoist room, central best and air Phone 2674327 II (N.ac...., room, 1 block to 1.-
) fiberglass 17' boat, 55 HP. Acre and Jillot. Total price Evenings 267-7550 Spec Real Zstate I...
$100 .
motor like new. Best of fish $15.900 Terms .
Central Air Cendltl.enlnf per month l ing. Will finance. 734-0367,, 2. Two FHA homes now under Glee Schlueter ::117'-
near Edgewater. construction In Port St.
end Heat Includ.
prlnelal 3 BEDROOM, 1H bath house John. $15.00000 each.. I
FHA FINANCING and Int.rtlt near Coquina School and I co :tegandrJl'n. homes Lww1iy'u1'
in Whispering
pl.c 1 from present builders in
area. 267-3780.
3. Several lots available, we
FOR SALI OR RENT will build to suit your home GeorgeBarley

COLEMAN BROS. BEDROOM carporte, COLEMAN need. Call Todsy.i CONST.. CO. rentwoodfistotes

utility room, large lot Spruce i ,
"Off Old Dixie Highway" Hills. Rent $100 per month,: 267-2039 Inc.
LOOK for the Signs I. Call 2679390.
267.8543 REAL ESTATiR

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$ BEDROOltf, I Bath,
fenced to yard toil te
h IM ONLY electric
| mie.

ruiCHASiu e MINIMUM m* TMMS s HEIGHTSImmaculate
ty .
DESIGNED Newest most mod" "Iopl'lllllt' M m bathe, builtin -
the oral! Mart luxury at the pHctlMatonry IDEAL HOME LOCATION IN NORTH BREVARO'S range awl er.n.StreeneJ .
FOR BETTER ,with brick fronts e bla land- MOST EXCLUSIVE RESIDENTIAL AREA 2-3ind4 porch". Isrie
leaped yards. Colonial lumlmim' MONTHLY lot Batter "burry wily
DYING windows Ole baths with full ...., tocludlnfttirytlilRg Superb location hi rolling hills, only moments from JW3 per month after
fixture e Icrrozia floors e ipodovt South Lake recreation, and just a short drive to I down peymint
chew with louwed doai e double. downtown Titusville shopping, or to U.S. 1 and NASA RENTALS
door Yard
; sliding glow everiooklM!
\ I AND .. IU. built-in TV |acki Hie window tllli e Causeway. I SEVERAL Eueflealturnlshed
e water htatore sad ttnfurs-
utility room 40-oallon
1,114) ,2Ji lATHS CENTRAL HEAT e concrete eVtoweye (shed homes for rat .to
.end MOREl See our newest concept m luxury living, JTltusvUle.
M T in MIMI "volut packed with t< $11SOO-H030 Q ltoull'u"ltdI-.luflMn Tappan yet every home u moderately priced! 111011 4 central heated > .t4*
1 ..,.;...... &J range with hood exhaml,Double ITU vnu room m bath apts. Xa
( ew oswseM sinks, Formica tab(".... ANOTHER OUTSTANDING COMMUNITY ir closed garage, close to
WNa. shopping eiKhools.llil
w 11X4109 MIOIJT QUAUir NOM tWUIH I II JU S. ".rhllctol

Moons OPEN FROM $tO MONTHLY PHONE: AM 7.7142 or NE 6-8389 or 2IT-M1I H7-1IM

eluding principle, MUMS, I J Titusrllle
til THEM NOW (nturonce, ::r",, _

Whats that. MAR KHOOU CHURCHU SHOPPING CINTIU e(ARKSacewwtteclewererhMtww "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service" -

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SUCH e.' ooedn.M.g sod 1IttI1tt. rMMypu Drive out Singleton Avenue (detour qualtfylo '. 4 WdreeM.
sae uM pooh.' PNrMa" e.e.sd Sell .
I > bath Pries $11lea
twreM.Ml..41w., ..."...... road under oentlruetferi\ ) to new bt-level t Does ..',III." MOO. Keathly.
CII",.'...n.,.iosd o lNn/ry leeMo5e .
LUXURY $m lacludlef trU.elpsl
65 FORDAT ...... .. payment :
ItcI Dew home. This 3000 foot home can b...
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FOR SOLITTLE .II.hili"....NMMIM Iron end ..Pwry.......11M.... I. r.ul,.,..,,4.Cnwsr., be reproduced: for $21, 00.00. Including .... w'n, +l..... 4r, lursaee.New r S bedroom W WUt
Y. rr"1+1. '
heat, air, dWiwaJt and disposal and (.n price il..too. Dew H7
meat M. Monthly ..,....
s many other extra In addition to over till 1 lsxjudl vrlMfael. gel,
tersst, Lazes sad lasureac
... :t:5 eI twenty models from whlth: to choose
McCotterMotors ".......-.-...... y New S b bedroom I beth $.U
ranging from $18,200.00. This common. fir $14.000. Dove peywert
Moethlr payment ply
Studio llc 2 Bedroom Rental AoartmenU fly hat sewer, water, paved streets and Including ttiacfpel, latereet,
from f 100 monthly Unfurnished tests sad surans.
I sidewalks, fireplugs and street lights.
Models Now Open For Inspection l New t bedroom | bet des
1'11I'II1.... .....11 sew es .1111/1. Kos. oe.UPW1 t vttitlonsl D..setisig, tlata%
. SALESMAN ON PREMISE Down peymesrt .....Lars lrelUevlsee. .
log room, tuegnaie kN.b ..

IMPERIAL"TUWERSIwiaW t f.:.* SHvllffIU44MIUI A It ....... Commercial. san .. V." 1'.. 1
101 So. Waahlafton. TUuavill AM 7-2112 _.-M II S.... Mgr ..--. to sad Csrde Street Rely Sttaa

v3njanonwatf & nf. \ !J/nc. $13,000.Cai!

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Settril Large LOTS FOR HALL la FAIL JM.I47M .
A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville te l ease Homes restriete4 te law at ft. adaiaHaaa.

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

PAYMENT THREE & FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY ROOM TWO "TILE' BATHS3200 Garden: 207-3222 St, or TltuavtU 3072331TituIYm.



f eH Tltusvllle"' (Florida) Star'Atfvecete Friday, November, 1, 1H41 IS' I $ si: f $ a

I, House Cleaning? Don't Throw It Away, Sell It For $$ E ; .90.

(Continued from preceding: page)' Work Wanted Work Wanted Work WantedI'VE 1. I ?: -: \ '..NM

... I. .'
HOUSEWORK, by day or week
Services MIDDLE AGE lady will baby 2878280 I. BUN doing tile mending I 1
sit or do light housework for our children and grandchildren .
WILL DO ironing In my home -
Prefer live in 267-2885
north now that I
pick up and delivery' If prc up ;
FREEH! ferred, 1038 Alford Street:: we are in Florida, I would I "
L. P. BOTTLED GASINSTALLATION COLORED GIRL wants work S Lakeview Hllli. like to do the weekly mendIng II I I II I NN
days week. Have transport for one or two families in I
ation If needed. 2673793 Or WILL TYPE In my home by Indian River City Phone 267
Suburban Propane land Ray hour or piece Mrs (;Grothe i 4518.
26? 1018 I
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J019 U. S. 1 N. 267-6411 "

Used Cars & TruCKS I a. +

Chrysler's 1965 SIMCA only $9 5 9. RERN

1939 4 door Chevrolet, hardtop, BelAIre V'.e, DEPENDABLE D CARSDETAILED

power steering and f INCLUDESEVERYTHING '
brakes $595 READY
1959 Ford shift, 2 door 6 cyl.stick 450 3 There's Plenty Of -

1957 Ford 4 dr., V8 ) License tag, sales tax, 1964 CHEVROLET. Impala
tick 150 title, life Ins, all finance power steering $2895-
1953 Chevrolet 4 dr. 100 charges delivery and brakes. Air . C SQUARE SHOOTIN"DEALS.
1953 Ford, 4 door stick 100
1934 Hudson real nice 130 and handling. 1963 DODGE, 4 Door, Power
1947 Dodge, pickup.' 100 balance of 50.000 milt S 18 75, PLUS. ",
405 Hopkini 2871320 $58.94 1963 DODGE 2 door. 6
'*7 FORD cylinder pick.up. FULL $1595 PRICE automatic Balance $16 S 0 THOROUGHBRED CARS..ITS"TIME '
Top condition. Ella Service DEC.atarte of SO.000 warranty
Station 1 mile N Mimi, Highway
1. 5-YIAR OR $0,000- Al/lHllllIUDDlAIUO CHRYSLER I 1963 VALIANT, 1595 t.

1X2 CHEVROLET Impala 4 Mill WARRANTY automatic . ..
door V8, AC, Rand call H Full ARCO DODGE Inc.Hopkins "> : ROUND- i.
power one owner, 267-. 1962 PLYMOUTH, Belvedere 1395
& Harrison '
3560 after 8 p.m. MORE THAN 33 OPEN EVENINGS TILL I Ph. 267-4931 4 dr.. power,with air -.
61 DODGE passenger
radio heater i 1962 PONTIAC Starchlef,
power station steering wagon many extras, ------ Power steering brakes; Sand 1895 : UP w
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excellent condition. |925. 267- Air . ..'
6248. 1962 CORVAIR, Moosa;900\ .N
1957 FORD pickup, $350 will SEE DRIVE e BUY Coupe, 4 speed radio and ,S'1295
Hopkins leD reasonable.2673267.2502 South heater ... ,. . E: N
1961 RENAULT'' '
LET ME sell your automobile. 695
Hopkins Browning, 2671520.Auto Sales, 405 The Hoi New Gordinl ,. ... .. .:, ....

19 PLYMOUTH Sports Fury. 1957 PLYMOUTH: 4 Boar 245. AT OUR 'OK' CORAL; ..
$65000'39 Chevy 287-4770.tt ton pickup: 65 PLYMOUTHAT automatic, V-8 :.1. 4 '
Put Your Brand On One'Of These .4,,
'64 CORVAIR MONZA con. 62 FORD Vt Ton Pickup,

over vertible.payments$2250 cash of 882 or month.take. BREVARD MOTOR CO. 6 cylinder . .?. .995 ROUNDUP SPECIALS TODAY
Radio heater tinted glass, -
ine. Must selL 267-3"Z. "

power Country alrconditioncr steering Squire,call radio one 2677258., heater owner,, If We Don't Have Il-We'll Gel II! DODGE BOYS AT ** i Ivory Cyl,,good Power white Glide wall, beautiful tir... Easy Blue t, buyIf and MflflC/ .*.'..

you got here first. .-r

S minutes for good used .
Furniture cyl., straight stick, a b..utifu'.bronre' t4Tt\F
with original like now Interior. Good whitewall J IITJ ;
GREER McMORRIS INC. Hopkins At Harrison Tttusyille .. r
< tlr. Its time to shod your old car "T
Repossessed furniture outlet South Hopkins Ave. Phone 267-5391 '' '' '
(43 U.S. 1 IRC or 810 S Hopkins PHONE 267-4931 "
267.1309 Day or Night --- 1962 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4 DOOR,..

4w Station wagon, VI, power, glide, powerdaring
Wanted To Buy powor t.lIlI.t., radio and hoattr. '"
Good white wall tiros. Act now! While our $ ,t
LUGGAGE TRAILER wantedfur bargains' are at their best. .. .
cash 267-3722 Mr. Wilson. ,

USED Auto Parts.AUTOMOBILES AM 73686. City ," ,ownf :. 1963 CORVAIR MONZA CONVERT. -

.. White with white top, 4 speed transmission,
radio hooter, original rod Interior with '"
bucket ...h. Own the car everyone I la talkIng $$1895
about Corvair. ... .. _

rnTt .1960 CORVAIR 4 DOOR 4
Heater, 4 Wheel Drive
Straight drive, blue ribbon, blue hooVer,
Side Curtains, Good Tires *% good white walls. More go on a gallon. $ 995 ..

Denver Brownlee d

1105 Garden Motors st. 2677042 lit 1960 IMPALA 4 DOOR H T ".

lit .Turquoise and whito, good white walls, VI 4 Tftf .
:'Ii power glide, radio and heater, power steer $ I Jjj .
.. 4.... ,Ing. Stop looking Start driving. ,.

The Cost of a pack of
Cigarettes per day will 4". 1961 FALCON RANCHEROPickup I
buy an excellent Christ
mas Present for your white with red trim, radio hooter, t4f\f\e *
children. 4'.4 good white wall tires, i cyl., straight drive. N I UVj "';
60 PONTonn. No price I. low if the quality Is gone + '

WORLD Rtpreientatlvo BOOK No Finer Cars Anywhere Loaded. Air IFac. lit 1963 CHEVY II 4 DOOR WAGON i

267-4775 lit 1 Cylind.r, powor g'ido! ,radio heater,white t4lQC .<*.
1195 wall tires, a beautiful beige with matching A |QjJ
Her S by apt. .nl, SOea Interior Just stop on the starter .' -
64 FORD 61 lit ?.

WHEI M'rrj' Factory 500, All.Alr Power. 52895 3 Dr Auto, H. L.. 51795 60 MERC lit 1963 IMPALA 2 DOOR H T I IVI

4 Or. VI Aut< power glide, power steering radio, fT3QC
a hater Bronie with matching Interior. JiJ/J
RAH .. .
64 !FALCON 62. FAIRLANE '4'' Buy now Buy wisely. e*'
$1695 51095
4 D "Radler 4" St, Drlre .Drive. 3 R Or lit, H SR S 795 ,". 1959 PONTIAC CATALINA 4 DOOR ,'

.., cool green and white Interior,radio, heator. QAT ;
I 63FORDXL 61 FORD automatic, transmission, power steering, A ATJ '
2495 : good white woHs. Priced to fit you pocket.T 1rN
16 95
Feat S 5 / Over. sBuc F/Ei/tsF
Seats drive, P.c. Air ROOTIN' TOOTIN' SPECIAL +:

63 PONT 61 CHEV -
52195 $1295 CONTEST ". ''
\ 4 Air Door Conditioned Autom.tic' leaded end Fcc. Air CARDS DEMONSTRATORS .


.-.. ..........YWatch S, 61 RAMBLER 6L FORD S9 r
51095 5895 Ste. Wy. "4" lit COME IN FOR
where you ere golngl 400' 94" Auto. 4 Dr. H'T' Overdrive
Our skilled movers put the Delux Up, VI Auto. ,
care ef your usohold furnl. Sa .... BIG SAVINGS
furl end ether valuable Items '.M,
first' .. thaf why so many ;; CHEV
peeplo ere pleased. with the 58 ". 2 IMPALAS .1W.
fine service' we give them, '<: 2 Dr. H. T. V 1 { 1 BELAIR 4

TklakoiFIDELITY Rite 1 CHEVELLE ....
.I'' Tradmest s795S6

'ctifidj OPEN 8 TU.8!
Agent CM Yfb ,07 ;tlllft Chevrolet

STORAGE Ie TRANSFER 730 S. Washington 267-2657 ,'. USED CAR DEPARTMENT .r-

DAY Phone OH AM NIGHT 7-0221 ,. :r ,.. 10211 S. HOPKINS AVE.NTE PHONE M712M f

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easy to get to .

Landers I "
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easy to park .

fen Commandments easy to know

ar Ann Landers: Because S. Do not visit-your-children for deposit

t of the family relations dlvl- at unreasonable bourn I easy

of the Twelfth Circuit f. Do not fan to notify yom

; of Connecticut are aware spouse as soon at possible 1 I 0 easy to borrow from

your concern for all cfU Wren you are unable to keep you

because we know S lat a visitation. Its unfair to you

I ; number of faithful 14 jadersi children to keep them waittaif-

i influenced by your sp lendld and worse to disappoint then

vice we are sending j ou a by not coining at aL INDIAN RIVER PLAZA

'1 of our "Ten Cortrmand- 7 Make your visitation aj brevard national bank

ents" of proper cond U ct for pleasant as possible lor yon STATE ROAD 50

ted parents. childern by NOT quesUontaj I

family relation officers them regarding the activities .

t t only with separated pf tents, making extravagant promise
tempting to reconcile them which you know you cannot .

t t we also set support BTtounts win not keep.

cI 1 visitation hours, arm st nonbpporting 8. The parent with whom Uuchildern OH,ppARw THERi TIIERLrppNhICRY1

parents, and lihvestl- Ito must prepare them HAVE EFORQOTTEN oTrr

htt domestic situation;iI both physically aDd mentally foe kris

The "Ten Ctomman amenta" the visitation. The children .a.dn, p/.y 1M..o.L -n TO 1GUFail WATER 1 TNINO O l,4

ere drafted after we received: should be available at the turn 0C

sands of complain! from mutually agreed upon.

parted parents in ntiiatrd I tottatlon t. If one parent has plans for

problems tin\ other the children that conflict with Boutheaot corner of Let I of Flarlda, *. w before Dcnib. t
Cray abdlvlrtOB. of Eeet Hof I. 1M4. Monk fall out *r a Dare
pacts of separated llxl ng *eave the visitation and these plans Nartheaet S of Northweet Pr* Coat*** will be *atredaralnat
noted a sharp dr' Q in the are in the best interests of the *. ., Beetle IT. Township. nBeuth. Pea
Rays M Kail aa per
bet pf complaints\! since childern be adults and work Plat Book I. Public IN WtTNEB' WHEREOF, I 1
Reoord af ward County, hTO ..t my bead and affttM
out the
rules have .
hese been made problem together,
Flertdai ma North dent tb* my afflclal aeal at Tltuivllle Kr* -
arable to both separil: ed par- 10 Always work for the splri Eaat Ua. of aid Lot J M feet yard County. Florida thla Nth I
those Moil GO teot to th* day of October 104
.nfL tual well being health, happi-- won MB. of Lot I of aid .ub> CURTIS R. BARNES ...
You. have my permt&lAon torIIIt ness and safety of child ..,...../ tb.nci rout alone Clerk of tb. Circuit Court
tb.. Waat IBM of Lot I dd feet Brovard County Florida
t the list in part ell In full t..... Eaat MO tst t* Paint By .

nd please keep up tire good ren.Dear Mr. Elliot: I deeply ap- .Ten f ..and....each.a. of you, arc hereby vD.p qa ClerkCOURT DITTO ISNT MR I THERVY CNIPhI I POT THINIfSAa.

rt, Ann Your top-rutch ad preciate your sending on the notified that a CamplalM ha ( REAL) Q wanHeKSHS IMUNCH BOX" cuWT
jfice to readers is more bum. filed anlBM you IB the Circuit Oct. 90' N.,: S. II. 10 PiII) 1"4.JIM'S OME1tME5 I
your "Ten Commandments" In my Court IB and for BrevardCounty. \
elpful! than possibly 'a ven you opinion sound Florida, which saw I* S OJDS BRIN05 \WRKHOWCINA I'6FEAt fC D'
they are solid
IB title a* above '_1.. Tbc "HAVE 1
alize THOMAS TL ELIOT and If faithfully followed, should Plaintiff ..... tko evicting of TV tf 6RIEF C l

FAMILY RElATIONS: prove beneficial to the blameless title t*> .th. r4 Brapcrty abovedeeerlbod ',.,........! A Cu.rintt>*4 emiR CASE II I

FFICER, 12th ,CIRCUIT victims of broken homes.I You are hereby re ulrd t. file (.rvlc' wnRCS
defcBM* to the Clerk .f tb.
applaud you for a f job wen above etyled Ceart and to eerve a NEW MANAGEMENT 1'
I Proper Conduct of SF i;eparated done. Sincerely Ann Landers nip 01 cam ..*. Plain tiff aAtlerBoya US M. IRC 1 Hock W. *f THINGS
wkcaa nam and ad HAN WE PO. i I
FarcntsI ,,
dree* la CfaftoB Brewer Hot- I. R. Plan. -

I To Husband and \UMuAs your Ann Landers will be glad to land. M* Palm A..._ 'I'It....,... ----.-- -- ---I HERE IM7 r.

your children rite: usually help you with your problems. ARE 1SOME'

e losers when the II' parents Send them to her in care of this ,.. Al" W\I'LA\4IDiN. I! P ( MPaDWkIl1SN, I DRlttwdlAGla1TtINDONO.

parate They are deprived newspaper enclosing a stamped CIOak/10NMWN. SM AMrAIIaNv

r the full time, prope guidanceat self.addressed envelope LOUNGE ,

two parents ca n give I

dance and direct Inn essenpil tN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of ANNOUNCES THE RETURN OF -

to their moral and spiritual THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR


[ Although there Isl probably cult: to NO ftolrt 2SM:THl.LEOLACBT1JOHNSON I'va MAO. ADec1c10N VIRONICA.WHP.N ARI1OU |niPMON'i]| MIOUTONal SOMEONE PR ss(
me- bitterness bet .'een you, !: IT MR, t )),
should not be inflicted upon LEOLA BROWN AReIiNATNY.I'M

four children In every child: Plaintiff GOING

It there must and[, should be t. FRANK BARNES, .t alD.tndnnla. rACK
i image grad parents.our '
/ future conduct with your BARNES hi. ...,..
thlldren will be bel| *ul if you MART ARORETT. and If ah. b* Irw.td Cwnfy's cited .tellirl' nNtiMlr. Cwwtl )0x OII
marrid lI" huebaad. friwftwo M4Nh.with af theI..d I '
j Inds l a all Me to or*
fill! follow these slyrgestiona: I PEACOCK tb. wife or 1
1ft Itss ....
former wife of ARTHUR PEACOCK If.M. M.n ",
1. Do not poison lA cur child'stad and If aba be ".", .rrio4. .1.Q J
against either tl their moth- I her huaband. If .U... aad .' _
If dead, bit. her' .. their unknown XEEP UP WITH THE LATEST DANCESS ''Z -
|r or father by diseasing: their kclra, davlae, (rranteo*. .*.1...
ortcomings.. I' 01. II....... creditor. mate** or NIGHTS A WEEK TUESDAY THRU Cxttu::
paraon natural or artl-
;'2. Do not expose our child I flclal, claiming by, tbrouih. .*. -
n to any member of the op-I dor or airalaat tb. above named SATURDAY to 2 A. M. caa KallupoNmpoFTNaT DARN I T i.IJPPOVC III HAV8 LutxHlor4 Is Now
Defendant, or any of them, the < ( HILL cITTNGUP4OrRIUNGt 10 hilts AU.THB WAY UP MIND S1RVBO 14to
site sex with whom you may I heir, evince. hulas aaalrnma ( 11Me HIS THINKING tRrr. 1HI Rf ID TELL HIM.Tltvnme THa DINiNO ROOM.L .
emotionally lnvo1' led. ono... credltora. truatoa. or OrlobIf. Is11.iobl. tiles N* Mlnar. FOR .
other nereona, natural or artlflclal WH! LI MR
*. Do not use yoin' visitations clamlBC by. through. ..n> APE

an excuse to cent inue argunts Our or nnlnat. ..d all JOHN poraoa ARORETTDeoaaaed having. U. .. 1 Midway t.r...... THutvllt" anal Cec.. 7AiHY

with your spouse. or claiming any .'...- la or I* H mil Nash ef OrtoiMl Utllltr Pl.,.,.
4. Do not visit children the followlnv deeerlbod property
yotr located IB Brarard County, Flor.
you have been dilnking: Id.1 IT b
B.". 2M hot North .f the

FLORIDA TelevFriday ision A
IN.,* RE:: Adoption of
TERRY LEg FOX 53m .1t'. Tb. Law Ck. t Wagon Train
FYI LAWRENCE: BIA KER and 1,10, g: I Pd, Talk I>w.KISBT 1'00 Ck. d Kd BurtlTaBI
BETTT JEAN JhwaKER: bll I ,N Clio t Bill DaaaCk _
site .:M CV t S BroadaldaI .
TO: METER FOX. 3r: and K10BTd / Taaka at* Ccwlaff I 00 Cb: 1 BoaaaaaCh -n-1 I I
ROSALIE KA1'IILEEN 00 Ch IN...., iporU Nutty FAZOHAS roc: : Ch. I Now' Ron Cocbran I Johnny ac( Ck, ( MovloTna Lad D.,.
(Addraea Lnkiuiwn d:tt Cb S News' Bporta Woatkard t.tt Ck. t I'm. Pander Yaaacui of PompoU" mcW
'Yo. ar* hereby 4 otlfled tbat d: Cb. I 1'1.' .., Huntlay.Brlakloy TIM ClIo I ...... OTodaCk. t'N Ck f Joar Blabo
the .bo..n.med' Petitioner, Ch. I Now' Walter' CroakltcCk S .- KIM Ck. t RaaunCk.
LAWRENCE BAKER and BETTT P MoloTba Long Ck. t OM tr't.: rc 4TiMCk. t Caadld Camara
JEAN BAKER have Oled a pet Gray Una" I ultra, It:.. ClIo Wfcatl K, LI..,
Men la the above etyled court 7 00 Ch. t Tansy Derrl.... ('II. I '....1. I a..... UiM Ck I Nawa 'port a. Waalbor
for the adoption of oho minor' Ch d Wyatt" Ear* ClIo 1 Outer 1.1"C,. P News Kporta. WaatbarCk. Y 'IN
child named therein .nd you aremulrod T M CI>. I .......Uo..1 I.n. K.. .. 1 1'1.' ... unify a.......
to chow eiiM why the bowtlmo IJOtoCII. i porter W,***orCh. II,I* Ck. 1 CkockmalcII II IIr
Mitie abould not ba .,a..d byervlBI1 Cb d Young PooplaConoan j OllllnB. ...*.. :If Cb I Adanturaa I. raradlao
a copy of your writtendrfenaee. g. P Uwraae with ills Ck. I rotor OunaMonday
If any .n ,or before the I 80 ('II. I Row RopeCb *:. I Mvt* 'TkiJ.yhawk.d" a II IIQ IIZ
J3rd day of Noveml. r', 1.... upon d Entartalnor Il
Firmer W, Colllnc, Attorney for Cb S Adama Family Ch. d M,. hroadwar z ,
Petitioner. LAW REDUCE BAKER ':00 Cb I Val.ntine'o Day .,M Clio ( Hollywood FaUo
and BETTT JEAN MAKER, 1100 t'U CI>. d Pol.Talk. 10 00 Cb. 1 0__". .
Flnetno Drive R.uq Oallla Florida 'N CI>. I Jack Benny 10 M Ch. 5 MevtoThro* for the Motatsa y a,1I..IM
and flUni tae orlclnaltkereof Ck d Oomrr iU Ck. f MoaoiH
tltp yule of aald Ch: I 11 U' I.2"HItI ll0 Ch. t Nor. ,"**. Wealbor S: Ck. I World CMIIiatloajCb. b -
court olberwlae a Deere Pro 10:00 Ck 1 Jack Paar 11:on Clio I New* ( Scans aawaur
Canfaoa* may b* teHOred ...1.., Ch d R.pori.r 111 Id Clio C ..,.. 'Tfrrfcr'a' Ti" Cb. t TodayCb. D:: :
you jrantlnf aid -iirikiptlonWITNEM 10:10: Cb. I Farmer Daughter Y..NSw".t"he d lunablnc Almanac i -r
my hind, and tb. U:00 Cb I New*, Iporta, Weather UiS Ck. I Ore" Till Ck. mm rraturo '::. ;I _
.l of old Court. .t Tltuavllle. Ch d Now' Sports. Wait Jfo JBBM f.W Cb: d Mlcfcla KvanaI .... t Boo 'll
rl7N.. this. Mat dies ef October. CI>. t New' *. Boll Trait M Clio t News Waalkar '
11:10 Ch S editorial*..., Woatkar Sunday e... d Captain Kangaroo
(COURT HEALICLRTId Ilan Ch t ; SId Clio t Cartooaa
R. B4 KNEd, U:U Ck. d ...." "La,.,.,.* I M Ck I Pot Talk Rat
CLERK or :SHE: CIRCUIT Eaoadrllla: Men rIRR IMP Ck. 1 MTOKC Court 0
COURT (h. C WoatbcrU 5:05: U..t '1'1- Ck. d Amoriran Hlatorf TTOt10
By V a. ape tier :M Cb I 10..., C.._ t I = Wed Clio t s..ro/w: for Ik. 1
Deputy O lark Ch. I Movie -The A.ma atColooaal .. Ill, : Wonuaill
ht.! a. W. 1'1.' .. .. 111 ,"rI.1 I"' Man'Saturday ,:W ClIo d CIofteC...... ...**vim : Ok I Cartoon.
/Ca Ch. d foetal l.rrHtt : d Simper Room
lid: Ch. S TM An Tker tt. f AllakaiamM
Cb d It Can Na pen T. TMCb. '*/ Clio t Make Rom For Daddy
"1.I f'l tJ' I W Cb d uanac kemocterT:00 ( Jim cad f COM d Naa Mlk W a Race
1 Cb d Gro..... Almtna I:W Cb. I Btbl Ancwer t:. f ItpanlakM
rrt : f:M Cb. d 0.. War Mirror d : th. UfaCk. M'*t Ck. Wkal'. Tbla loafCk.
Ck. 1 RFO Mid.Florid W.O':. ., Thw* I I Lo Lucy
1:00 Cb. I Acre the FeaeaCb I*:.* Cb. I iBtoraatlooiai SOB Ck. ( rrlao .. RlfklId
J' d Mister Mayor Ch. d Lean Vat My Foe* H Cb I Now*. Edwlnj, "..... _._ .
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G : I:M Cb. I Bur* and Alia. I*J* Ck. I Fall For Today d Andy OrKrtikCk MVIR SITUR
Cb. Planet Patrol Ca. lek aa and tvaCk. : t Ool the McoaataII Irt k" ,
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I fig It Tltuivfll (Florida) Star.Advocate Friday, November, ""

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'Of. w. "-
L : J STORE HOtmS: 10 A. M. TO 9 P. M.
/.'.:, 'If. .ft.. .
I Mariner 3 1Y ?<"t' "
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''fails !In 1- : Boys'"Glen Ayre"

\ ..".":. ,iSt I

Mars ShotCAPE R A In e Iridescent HerringboneSuits

The stricken Mariner 1

, spacecraft whirled throughspace
as a helpless hulk today, ; 'fI
I unable to fulfill its mission 8 6 .l 'g { .

I the first spacecraft to probe the I ;
planet Mars. I
With Mariner S a )25-mllio m >
loss, the National Aeronautic: \
and Space Administrationturned .1 "
attention to Mariner 4, s .1 '
twin spacecraft which official f''f
f weeks.hope to launch within two

Exact date for the launching

j. depends on evaluation of Information

The space from agency Thursday's has until failure Dec. :

1 to fire the Mariner 4 rocket. } e4
After that,, Mars will not be in
position for a launching until
December 1956
wc ec
Mariner I was to have crossed
150 million miles of space In :3!%

months, skimming within 8,600
miles of Mars next July 17. c : '

t During a brief encounter with : : .
the planet, the craft was to have : .
snapped pictures and gathered Ire 1
scientific data. ,
There were Indications that .,
the failure resulted because a
fiberglass shroud did not separate
from the spacecraft. The 3 g, a

shroud was designed to protect _. _. _
-- --- ---
Mariner I from aerodynamic

stresses during the upward push BREAK GROUND-Mayor Bill Walker rooms. Left to right above, Ernie Mc-
: through the earth's atmosphere, turns the first shovel of dirt for the Nab, building supt.; Clifford Allen,
then was to eject. new educational wing for First Churchof chairman of the board of trustees;
Jack N.
Mariner the Nazarene. Work on the $37,000( Mayor Bill Walker and Rev. Thomas
project director said ..
early .. .
today the shroud may not have addition has begun and will include Ream, pastor of the church. S-A "
16 classrooms and four Photo.
separated cleanly and somehow large assembly

"hung up" on the spacecraft.A

data, fuller to take evaluation several of days the, No More Traffic Law Finds Snake Af Hijack Scene II Suits For

should pinpoint the exact cause
of the failure In time to make a Titusville Police Department their shotguns. All that remain.

correction for Mariner 4, James Jams; BridgesTo dispatched five patrol cars, the ed was a snake, killed with a }
aid. Brevard County Sheriff's Department shotgun blast and lying beside The Little Man
James said failure of the called out four units the road. .
shroud to eject could account Remain OpenCape and together, nine cars and at >: :
( for Initial The two men were apparently '
an report that the least 10 men rushed to an alarmon
I Atlas-Agena D rocket's lecond.t workers State Road 50, earlier this driving down the highway, noticed
Kennedy mightnot coat tailored like
Sport Just .4 aDad's
the snake, grabbed a shotgun
stage shutdown week where two
prematurely Negro men
have to sit out frustrating Longies keep their place
t and for the failure of the spaceCraft's time for Brevard'scauseway's were reportedly trying to hijack killed the creature and :
''i solar waiting drove off. thanks to suspender straps Our w I .
panels to unfold a car. '
because of
to close
'. own "Bury B" brand, so you I '
However a detailed study boats and shipping through the Upon arrival no trace was An alarmed motorist, apparently know workmanship il' Up-top, .
showed that the engine had found of the two and I
ntercoastal waterways much Negroes driving through the
at absolute mini.
upkeep stays 99
: performed as planned and that longer. area when the incident occured, 7 I '
blends of I
retention of the 300-pound mum. Crisp rayon .
Army Corps of Engineers yes noticed the men, shotgun and in choice of .'
could and acetate ivy
shroud slow the speed of Commission. The
Army engineer
terday agreed to extend the parked car, multiplied by two, Sizes 2, 3, 4SALE Sizes 8 to 12,
Mariner 3 sufficiently to give an proposed that the bridges be allowed stripes, miniature plaids, classicflannel 1 10.99:
1 Indication of hours during which the Titus. and informed police that two 'a I Regulars and slims
early shutdown. to open for boats "If
vllle bridge will remain closedto men to be
first hijacking a r
Signals indicated the
at the
all shipping, except tow. standing bridge awaiting car on State Road 50 with shot. Sizes 13 to 20, (
I solar panels had folded like passage" at 1:45: a.m. and at 16 9
butterfly\ wings as planned boats and government owned or 4:30: pm I guns. Regulars . "..,... ...
Later it operated vessels after a requestby
was determined that
the Brevard! County Commis "I recognize these suggested Sizes 13 to 20
they not of the
openings at the height of vehicular 19.! ;9
panels was ta draw power from slonarsThe traffic might cause quite serious SlimsThe . :., ,
the sun to operate Mariner a', engineers, who control '
navigation on the Intracoastal: congestion, but it is prob.able :, \ boy's favorite 3-button
that the actual Openinb'Swould The Titusville Star-
Waterway, agreed to extend the not have to be made on a ivy style suits in a blend of ,ray
batteries.JAYCEE morning and afternoon hours reserved -
for road traffic each by a regular dally basis," he wrote. Advocate, 1 1st In circulation on and acetate. Choose fct in
Commissioners I instructed popular colors of solid iridescent
three quarters of an hour bluer, -
their secretary to write Col In North
r The which under blue, and iridescent
Continued From Page 1 drawbridge, Parfltt accepting the liberalized
existing regulations can't be required hours, but turned thumbs downon Brevard.DltlO'S 1I blue olive. Sizes 8 to 20, regulars
cate last night that he was excited to for boats from ,
open idea of rush hour
the halting and
I about his new position 1:45: to 7:45 a.m. now will be traffic for the convenience of a I
here \
closed to shipping from ( am boat
"My first act,, with approval pleasure

from the board, would be to organize on.The afternoon hours will be slims.MEN'S
I the various committees
liberalized to extend from 3:30:
to chamber work "
necessary to 5:45 p.m. Until now, the RESTAURANTSPAGHETTI
Farrer stated. "The chamber .
hours were 4:15: to 1:45: p.m.
best works through committeesand HOUSIU.
it gives the general membership No changes in the opening and S. 1 2 Mil. S. of NASA Causeway .t Btllwooi I
a definite in the closing hours of the bridge at .
operation of the chamber. This Cocoa are contemplated, but NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK i DACRON

will spark activities and I believe Eau GaMe and Melbourne
get things rolling" Causeway users will have an 21 Italian Specialties i

Farrer is no stranger to North extra half hour of undisputed 17 American Specialties! I ', S f/ and WOOL
Brevard as he has appeared preference over boats Homemade Plazas The Beat Submarines
here many times in his role Cot II. R Parfltt, Jacksonville ORDERS TO TAKE OUT AT ALL TIMES I \ .

In Jaycee work He said he has district engineer, tried, but Mow.TBa'69.' AM ( lOMFM. .BI.-81' UNTIL I A.X. '
made many friends here and failed to obtain a compromise SUNDAY llM .. 1..M TEL. lltl-HU V .
looks forward to moving herewith agreement from the County I \ /
his family. L ,



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I Protect Your Lawn For The Winter
; i was 13 per cent up from 4,310 !in
i August 1963
I The death rate, which has
been accounted for partly by a CHINCH BUG SPRAY $ 00 PANTS;

I sharply increasing rate of automobile 50% ORGANIC 25 .....> ,..
and truck use, has been 300 Lbs. 8-6-6 ] .

rooming even faster than the GRANULAR FERTILIZER < 'Jt SUITS
number of miles traveled by L i't
motorists until September.
I It was 61 deaths per 100 million .
miles traveled in Septem fWEHAVETD ,' S t a r
ber this year compared with 6.3 STOMP M a 39.88
In September a year ago. TOa k ;
But for the nine '
months, this TNf184/
year's death rate per 100 million "
miles was 9.5 compared with 8.4 Values to 5345
for the same period of 1963.

r Statisticians noted that about DAVIS
half of the Increase in traffic A real value In every way Two-

deaths had resulted from collisions trouser suits In the perfect i weight
between vehicles. This
was an indication they said, LAWNLAWN fabric for year-round Florida wear

that congestion had a bearing dacron polyester and wool

on Other the rise.factors Included a SPRAY 5 I blend. The precision tailorin g and

swelling number of young driv AND ORNAMENTAL detailed styling are what you would
of the postwar baby
ers '
boom, and, apparently, an increasing SHRUBBERY SI expect to find Insults costing much

number of high-per. SPRAYING S I more. and at this low prio e, you
; compact cars la use.
formance FERTILIZING I I get two pairs of pants. {Ihoose

ATTEND FUNERAL 4 i solids In bandsoni fall
CHINCH lUG SPRAYING or patterns e
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ziegler '
J left last Friday for Minnesota Monthly or Yearly Contrad.I.tl".t. I shades
being called because of the

.,;' death of a brother, William Ziegler .. ChMrfully Given
267 2849
\ who had been ill for some 12U North MEN'S AND BOYS DEPARTMENTSf"
time. The deceased was also aa DIEIi Hwyv Titutvlllt, Fla.
uncle of Al Ziegler 1118 Indian

River Ave., Tiusvile.P1 I

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