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Title: Star-advocate
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Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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itshAdweereh Telephone Number STAR-ADVOCATE oleohene i

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The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents r, eye' + ,

84th Year No. 135 16 Pages Today Titusville Florida, Monday November 9. 1964 5c Per ) Pub 'ehc o days

F H P Orders Crackdown ';,


(Highway Death ))1

Sewage, Water Head AgendaOf '1P rf Toll In County

the many items on the due delay prior to the sale of purchase the system and the lines within Whispering Lakes Hears RecordLt It
crowded agenda for Tuesday'sCity the bonds" be said. ordinance, if approved by First subdivision.
Council meeting, five items In other action the council Florida, would be the first step Also, bids are to be opened Randy Robinson of the f
deal with extension of water will possibly act on a resolution toward sealing the purchase.The Tuesday at 11 ain for the extension Florida Highway Patrol has or
and sewage, including contract authorizing the Issuance of council will also study an of water and sewer deml a crackdown on traffic
I signing for the new water treatment water and sewer revenue certificates agreement between the city and lines of First Florida Utilities violators in Brevard County In
plant. not to exceed $985,000, for Atlantic Coast Land Developersin to serve this subdivision. Recommendations an effort to control traffic accidents
City Manager Cleveland Tal- the acquisition of the water and accordance to a prior development on the bid openIngs which have accountedfor
madge has requested City Attorney sewer system of First Florida between the company and will be made by the city the deaths of 51 persons.)
I Dave Porter to report of Utilities. The city is presently First Florida Utilities, for tIle manager at the council meet. Robinson, head of the Brevard .
the disposition of executing the working under an agreement to extension of water and sewer Ing. County FliP ordered the crack I
'*>a/f iw Camh"" n f! A ft.
con down this weekend and stated
I struction Co". for t-V construction he has ordered his men to t Issue !
of water treatment plants United Fund Attains fN tickets when warnings were !
and also the contract with Saine v 1c given for traffic violations. "
Co. for the extension of sewer !
and water lines within the city. The death of a Pennsylvaniawoman
"Briefly, if the contracts are in Scottsmoor Sunday !
executed with these com- 94 Percent Of GoalThe afternoon surpassed last year's
panies," Talmadge pointed out, entire mark of SO total traffic
"a provision should be added deaths.

that the obligations of the city' United Fund's fifth weekof area closed this weeks reportIng per cent of Its $15,000 goal This Kathryn Irene Wareham, 58 of
are conditioned upon the dells the total on Friday with $5,419 which is the first year that north Bre 411 Charles Ave. New Kensington -
ery of the bonds. : reporting brought brings it to a total of $36,234 vard has met or exceeded Its Pa, died instantly in a two
"The Supreme Court of t b eState reported amount to $341,503, or or 71 per cent of its goal of goal in five years. It is also the vehicle accident on U.S. 1 at
of Florida denied the petition 94 per cent of the camps gs: $47,400. sixth of the 11 United Fund 3:15: p.m.
of Theodore Robbins, who goal Of $364,000. North Brevard area reported areas and divisions exceedingtheir Mrs. Wareham, was a pas
the validation of The dead duck award re- in a car, which struck
was protesting $1,632 on Thursday bringing its goals In this year's cam. singer :
the $4,185,000 bond issue and the mains with the south Brevardarea reported tots to $16,027 or 107Japan's paign. another vehicle in the rear. The
provision would protect the city I for a reported area total right front side of the car when
should then be-any other un-I of 72 per cent Central Brevard WOMAN DIES-Mrs. Kathryn Irene of this automobile driven by her husband Mrs. Wareham was riding was I I

New Premier Wareham of New Kensington, Pa., James K. Wareham. Warehamwas nearly demolished.
who was killed instantly In a truck admitted to Jess Parrish Memorial According to the Associated '.
,) 6: g car accident at Scottsmoor Sundaywas Hospital.SA Photo.AIisChalmers. Press at least 11 persona died In '
Q a passenger In the right front seat Florida during the weekend In

Expected To ContinueProWestern car accidents., fire, gun, boat and airplane

Tropical Storm Two Marine pilots from Glyn.
I[ co Naval Air Station, Brunswick
Ga., were killed when their
Policy lilile ThreatAs i training plane crashed into the
ppT Atlantic Ocean off St. Augustine

By KENNETH ISHII Sato 146 votes, a majority. They were Identified as 1st Lt
I David L of St. Simons I
TOKYO (AP) Eisaku Sato, Sato's election was assured HurricaneMIAMI
earlier today when the Liberal ,IUAWTalkShop( bland, Ga.. and Cipt Franklin ,
elected Japan's 10th postwar
Democrats nominated him for P. Chapman Jr. of San Diego
(APA tropical depression -
premier, today began forming a Calif.
new government that Is expected the post after a prolonged struggle which moved into Nicaragua I Benjamin Seals, 56, of Tampa \
within the State Minister -
to carry on the firmly pro- Ichiro Kono party and former Saturday has reenteredtha MILWAUKEE (AP) Contract Allls-Chalmers plants.A died after a rifle he was clean
'Western policies of his predecessor Caribbean Sea and will cross' talks between the Allis i company spokesman! said lilt accidentally discharged
Foreign Minister Ailchlro Fugi. the const of British Honduras Chalmers Manufacturing Co.aadetrikutg local bargainers would reasons tiny Word Jr., 27, of Penis ,
) Sato, 63 and an economic yams were contenders. lata today, the.lllaml WtaQux: United.Auto Weak- talks, sometime Monday morn- cola, was killed when his boat t
expert,, succeeded JIayato Ike- i Ikedapho announced his Bureau said. Sri Union members were recessed Ins flipped during a boat race I laTavares.
,da, who resigned because of a retirement Oct 25, settled the The disturbance, with highest I late Sunday DI&ht.Ith: fhiyd Beaodry, president of ,
throat tumor after four years in contest with a note from his winds, of 30 to 40 miles an hourIn bargainers subject to caD at Local 248 at the Main West Allis Mrs. Mamie Franklin, <<, of
office. Both are members of the hospital bed recommendingSato. squalls, crossed Nicaragua Into short notice union and company plant, Indicated that bargainerswere Mlms died Sunday from smoke
ruling Liberal Democratic party Honduras and thrashed into spokesmen said close to achieving a satisfactory Inhalation, caused by a fire In
Formation of a Cabinet was the Gulf of Honduras. National negotiations bad pattern for a national her mattress "'
In the voting In the lower expected to take from one to A hurricane hunter plane located !been suspended earlier in the settlement but certain Ural
1 r odp house of the Diet Sato received three days. Sato's chief problem, the depression today 80 evening so that emphasis could Issues will have to be decided Traffic victims Included: 1
+ 2S3 votes, Socialist Jotaro Ka- was to make a selection that i miles east of Belize, British Honduras be placed on local Issues at five first Ellen Sheldon, 15, of Miami
wakami got 137, Suehiro Nlshlo would maintain a balance 500 miles southwest of Mi Beach, killed when she fell fronta L
of the Democratic-Socialists got among his party's eight major ami. It was moving to the west- moving< car
: 23, and Sanzo Nosaka, a Communist factions. northwest I Zoning Requests I Mrs. Katherln T. Wareham,
got 4. Although party sources predicted No further Intensification Is 56. of New Kensington, Pa,
The 250-member upper house, many members of Ike- expected forecasters said and lilted when a car she was riding (
voting simultaneously gave da's Cabinet would be retained, the depression probably will be Zoning applications to be acted board has unanimously recommended In hit the rear of a truck north
Foreign Minister Etsusaburo come disorganized after moving upon by TltutvUle City Council approval. It was read of TltusrUIs Sunday.TJ. .
Shiina was regarded as. doubt. Inland again. Heavy rains and in session tomorrow night first time two weeks ago by Hunter, 66, of New Roth
Official aunt ful considerable flooding in mountain council and will come up for tile, N.Y., killed by a car while
Include the following: final reading at this time. walking on a beach near
Sato takes office at a time areas was predicted for the Naples.
when following Red China's southeast Yucatan penlnsua ImriMfkh Handler and Murray Heftier C.nstr Ktlwi Cf. Is requesting levi Johnson 23, of Gainesville
Reveals High atomic blast pressures are particularly in northern Brush Kletnmana Is requesting rezoning property located on killed when I car he was
mounting for a new look at relations Honduras. of property presently wm- east side of Lee Road, north of riding In smashed Into a utility
with Peking. Japan does The Cuban Weather Bureau ed RIB to a Bit classification Gibson Street be reamed! from pole) in Gainesville.
SHED BURNS-If all fires were like the one Northof Vote PercentageA not have diplomatic relations earlier bad warned of possibly to allow stoppIng center Property R-I to a BR to allow small convenience Lureiuo J, Davies, 40, killed
Mims Sunday afternoon, the problem of firemen with Red China but would like dangerous seas between! the located at southwest corner center for a proposed! In an accident: south of Fort
having to mill their way through curious bystandersto to trade more with Us Communist western coast of Cuba and the of Knox McRae Road and 120.unit F1IA apartment com Myers.
fight fires would undoubtedly stop. Inside the total of 48,936 voters cast neighbor. Yucatan channel Barns Avenue extension. Zoning plex. The coning board recommended Terry C Rain, M, of Suwanee.klllitd .
ballots In Brevard
shed, which was located behind the home of Vina County duringTuesdaY'1 approval for the petition In aa accident south of
general for
F. Staninger among other things were several almost a 75;; .... cent turn out, _._-_._- -.,. .,'" on a J.2 vote. Up for second aChlefland.
rounds of ammunition which exploded and sent one ;the largest 1 In history; according reading. Lloyd flan, II, of Daytona
Beach, Warren M. Smith 21, of
small bits of fire spewing off in directionsand
many to the certified ballots frank Remans Is requesting
also sent bystanders spurring. The shed was this at b Key West and Alexander Brus
compiled morning t eregistrar's property located at No. 4 Holiday Ito 22 of Bay VUIege Ohio all
almost a total loss.-S-A Photo. office. Lane, corner: of Garden University of Florida students
The certification did not reveal Street presently zoned RIB be hit
killed when their car a tret
anything new, except, rezoned to Bit to allow continuance west of Daytona Beach.
that Republican William E. Powell of nursery business The W. II of Ha
tr Gary Hill Lynn
Canvass VotesIn candidate for county surveyor ir nursery has been operated on a i yen, killed In an accident near
captured the post with S6 x special use permit The zoning the Lynn Haven City limits.
votes. The post swung back and 9 N board recommended denial of i John Doily, SO, of Winter
forth and no one knew for sure t Second reading
petition. leach, killed\ when a car struck
until the certification who would Owners *f property located on its utility trailer, crashing hint
Nevada Race wind up with the Don-salaried J the corner of East Whispering against his parked car.
ob. 1 ..P.NORTH ; Hills Road and Gifford Street,
Final official totals were: ask for rezoning from present
Johnson 24,833. Goldwater 24, RIB to R3 to allow apartments.
Child Suffers
Representatives( ) ty gave walt SO votes more 551; Holland 28,560, Kirk 15,866; Zoning board recommends denial

than earlier reported.A Burns %25,587 Holley, 20,133; : o? petition. Second reading
and Republican national committees recount may be ordered to Kenny 1S.2W. Gurney 27,716; I I Under public\ hearings, the
are in Nevada today decide the winner. The official Dressier 25,152, Schenck 18,579; '{council will consider: the following Broken LegsAccldenl
observing a canvass of votes state canvass is Nov. 25 and the PruItt 28,131, Mays 15,717, << applications of rezoning:
cast In last Tuesday's election deadline for conducting: a recount Roundtree 22.J06, Grady 11.571; Ch>fe Han is requesting rezonIng -
for Sen. Howard W. Cannon la Dec. 1 Drawdy 23.237, Wilson' 24,803; fur proPf'l1ylocatlld on eastside In'
seeking re-election and Republican Kitties 25.200, Fetner 17,758; Doran of SR 405, north of Rt 30.
challenger Paul Laxalt 1I.1M Muldrew 26.304; An original) application was sp- Joel Ttndafl, 5-year-old son of
Sunday Cannon's lead shrankto City Workshop Brewster 22430, McGrath %0.7%%. {i{ proved have but was Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tlndatl of 200Key
64 votes. The newest total Carlile 22.678. Johnston 1.- I found to erroneous legal Largo Drive, suffered a
him 67,303 votes and Lax- 342; Jobe 20524. Powell 20,580; description broken leg Sunday evening when
alt gave 67,239 Set For Tonight Turner Z.5I1. Fisher 11.211.: Cutter Pltlwr. CMIItrvctlelt Co. to requesting a car accidentally backed over
2.S76, dark U15; Mclver \,. property located went hint as be played la the driveway
114 votes in
Cannon had led by 108, Heaney UZI.AmeI1dment.s of railroad on Silver Mar Lane, of bU home.
tbe unofficial state tally, but eou the. Al Council Room number one, + be rezoned from BW to an M1 Jerry Shumate, 17, of Titus\
official canvass in Lander four and 12 failed\ In Brerard I'.lasfifkaUoa: to allow warehousing vine. who bad been visiting /1sthe

City Council will conduct a while approval was given oa an and light industry. Zoning Tbtdall home was the drive
Editor In Hospital workshop meeting tonight at thereat board unanimously recommended er of the automobile. It was after
7:30: pm. in council room at Just bow soon the State Canvassing I, approval. dark and he did not see the
Robert H. Hudson Star Adva dry hasAmong : Board will meet to clarify o I DtlMW*, Inc., Is requesting child to the driveway
Hospital at Daytona Beach Fri-- the items set forstudy election remained uncertain today comer of U.S. 1 and Pine- Police Department, I inestlgatlng -
day and underwent surgery on an sidewalks a particular as official returns from tbe'' hurst Street presently occupiedby officer, said no 1
his back today. thorn hi the side of city council counties trickled la to the secretary the Blue Boy Drive-la be rEzoned barges were placed as a re
Mrs. a IL Hudson called at since many are needed. of state's office. from "7" classification\ too ult of the accident
11 a.m. this morning to state What the council: has to deCer1mine TIle I board Is. required bylaw GATE The north gate of through. The activating of the gab a BR to allow business and office A spokesman at Jess PirrUhospttal
mat Bob stood tbe operation ia where the sidewalks. to canvass all returns flied with MILA .Is now located just over the meant the closing, temporarily least. : buildings Planning board reported this morningthat
fine and the doctor fa of tile should go and: through what the secretary of state .by S p.m.of Titusville Causeway, and the photo of access to the beaches and thi e. recommended that BP zoning the youth was resting COI1fort.tbly -
opinion that It was entirely saccessfnL -I l method should they be financed. I the seventb day after the above shows NASA guard checking famous fishing and hunting ground.I best suits property and appU- and suffered no other
'I It (Continued On Page 16) I i election. Mfntiflfitkin: as worker passes of North Multi Islaad-S-A Photo east wan agreeable to change. J njuriesor bruises


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Titusville (Florida) Srir-Adrocat ; .ptiff' Letters From BOB HUDSON'S


ORID'1 Established-1880FubBslMd Our Readers LL2v.MUaET


,w? p .Wednesdays, and Fridays \ Ff Their KM. t WRAPPER

v auMeea j By 'Titusvlllt Star-Advoc.te, Inc Editor:
.b; Yes, it was a shame to seethe
ns4 0 At The SUr-Advoc: Building basically good Miniature
First Nlgnters awards banquet
Tiiow 1100 S. Hopkins Ave. become a socalled farce".
We're not suggesting any mean nothing than any other
To It was not a farce, buta
me might I know."
MEMBER Florida Press Ais'n; National Editorial Au'n and very good example of poor place In particular you boy
Associated Press purchase a book but It can be
sportsmanship on the parts of a good Christmas gift for anyone The wonderful thing about a
!Starlit Hudson Pr.. Mra. Haiel S. Hudson, Vic..-Prei. parents and their children. Yes, even the very young, who bobby is that it gives you some
Robert H. Hudson, Secy.-Treas. we all know that there can be while
to do
Henry H Hudson, Publisher Robert H. Hudson Editor only one winner In everything, enjoy pictures. thing you worry.
David Dunn, Advertising Mgr. S. L. Floyd, Circulation; Mgr. called Reading can be such a pleasure -
.. Raymond B. Rutherford, Classified Adv. Mgr. so why don't these so like in so many fields: art, Look out the window from the
theatre supporters" act architecture, music, religion,, breakfast table and you see the
Second-Class Postage Paid at Titusville Florida = NAt ? ir l sportsmen.To history, hobbies, travel etc bird after the worm the cat after ,
Subscription Rate.: me again, I think the the bird and dog after the

Carrier Home Delivery 1 Yr IT.80 I Mo. M.00 S Mo. $2.Z5 awards went to the deserving -RoUrian" comes up cat It gives you a little better
By Mall in Florida 1 Yr. $8.50 S Mo. $3.50 J Mo. $2.00 kW people because I have seen The understanding of the morn
Outalde Florida1 Yr. $7.80 Mo. S4.00 S Mo. KM 1 'rt r every play this season. with this one: ing's news.

Yes, the public should know Two women met who had not

by now that the nominationswere seen each other for a long time. What has only one horn, Is
a voted on by 12 out of M "How are you getting on?" ask blue and gives milk Give up?
EditorialsA members but does the public ed one. "Oh, not so bad," the It's a blue milk truck.
) :.s// also know that out of these U other replied. "I lost my husband -

members, only about 20 ever, sometime ago, but I am Youth is a blunder; manhood

4QJt attend the meetings I managing." a struggle; old age a regret.
Oh, yes, incidently the voting; "How did It happen inquired

Noteworthy Week 1 H night was not set purposely on her friend. President, or Exalted Smash.
{ y .N ( Friday night so that three teens "Well," the widow replied, er, of the Coon Holler Crab
.r sound not attend, but becausethe "I was preparing dinner and I Smashers and Oysters Sasslety
This week-Nov. 8-14-hai been designated is meetings were usually held asked him to go out in the is Aunt Sophrony Searle according

American Education Week; is is also Youth Appreciation on Friday nights. Another garden and get some brussels to the report of the
reason Is because the older sprouts. He was gone a longtime election held by the Sasslety re
Week; and Wednesday, November 11, Is children said they could not attend so I went to see what was cently.

Veterans Day.It on Saturday night becauseof the matter and there he was, i Assistant Exalted Smasher

Teen Town. But, does the dead." I (VIce-President) Is Norman
U all but impossible to think of more desertIng public know that to my knowledge "What did you do?" was the Smith; Secretary is Evie Anderson

topics than the three above mentioned deal the three teens don' solicitous Inquiry. ; Assistant Smashers is s

ing with our schools, our youth and those who have even go to Teen Town, aw "Oh" I Just opened a tin of Elaine Gaenicke; Confederate
served our in time of even U they do, they could skip peas, was the reply. Money Counter (Treasurer) Is
country It for one weekend, since It is Jerry Anderson; his assistant !is

Education has been termed as the one Invest- % )Js held every Saturday night i Mother: "What makes you Lib Thompson; Crab Hammer f
Also not being a contradictor think Junior will be In politics Holder (Sergeant at Arms) Is
ment out of which do not seek their money'sworth
many but a truth teller, the little on day?.. Ray Winstead; and Exalted
and settle for far less, when actually the sky's children voting only needed Father: "He says more I Blabber (Press Correspondent)

the limit on how much can be derived.In DESERVING A PAT ON THE BACK help on spelling the nominees' things that sound wen and ,Is Bill Lyerly.
names. It was okay for the
this age of specialists it is needless to say that little children to vote when -

education is priceless and nothing under the sun can Too tate To Classify electing the Irate parents' children Unkle FuD'sCoIYum

replace it. Our schools and their dedicated teachers to MFN office but not onvoting
for awards.
and officials iced and help develop minds, the great
I/ Russell KayI Based on information In a recent there would be at least a 25 per Yes, the three, not several
est resource in the world today, which hold the parents who were attending the
with seatbelts survey by the Cornell Aeronautical cent reduction In deaths among
destiny of our future. equipped six my car and I have Laboratory the Peninsular all occupants of cars involved In netting, trying to change it,
years ago Motor Club reported thai. crashes if all were wearing seat talked In such a way that the /
Youth appreciation plain, simple words in. been since but advocating it them that ever the an estimated 9,500 persons died: belts. little children attending the

deed but think for t moment if you will of its human, animal appears apathetic whenIt in automobile accidents lastyear Carelessness and Indifferenceon meeting should nave been ask

true meaning. Do we really appreciate our youth comes to taking even the because they did not use. the part of drivers seems to ed to leave the room.A ::1
seat belts that were available.The be the Some question I have is why
and give them full credit in our daily busy lives simplest action to provide himself carotuofasten
and his loved ones with protection same report reveals that. people are seat some nominating Judges would .
Think how unpleasant it would be without them against sudden death or drivers in 54,000 accidents belts when starting on a long not turn lit their ballots. It is Was, its aH over at last an' na be bad agin some day on

around. Sure we all love our kids but do we try serious injury. checked !In the survey admitted trip but won't bother with them not because of unfairness, be- now we can go back to telly- U.S. No. 1 south If somethla'

to buy this love or do we show it in ways which they Another strange human traits that they did not use seat belts when Just Jumping In the car cause the Idea of unfairness vision an' watch football with. lint done to slow down them

understand and appreciate? The least we give I the fact that surveys made about one third of the time, yet to go to the store a few blocks didn't come about until the out the second half beta' political speedin' big semi trailers, an'
can by> automobile clubs and safety the risk of serious injury or away although statistics show I meeting! The ballots were supposed announcements._ I wonder also some of them den fool
them is a smile, a kind word and a pat on the back organizations show that even death has been proven to be 35 that over 50 per cent of our accidents to oe turned in before ut who will.u.be the first to get there speeders on Barna Avenue, a

this they understand. among those who are safety- per cent less for seat belt users occur a short distance voting! night signs down before the next street full of little kids. Daw-
minded enough to Install seatbelts than for non.users. from our homes. Also the statement that the tockshun? I reckon now them gone It folks, report 'em tew

Veterans Day (formerly Armistice Day) became fall to use them. The Cornell study estimates Drivers who are conscientiousabout person receiving a high award old prospectors out in Arizony yer Police Department its
a legal holiday in 1938 by Congressional Act. In recent checking the water In was probably related to a Judge will be polntln' up toward the far better than death In our
the to tribute to their battery or the air in their Is really a polite way of accusing mountains an' savin', "Strang. streets.
name was changed
years pay tires fall to 'display the same the Judge of fixing It so his er, theres Gold-water in them Be seeln' y'all
all the men and women who have served the nationin YOUR GOVERNMENT cautiousness.,when it comes to other relative could get the thar hills."
uniform during wartime.In fastening their seat belts. award.In Reckon a lot of old Florida an' Full t

all of America's wars, approximately 1,189,000 .A WEEKLY REPORT BY The decision of the automotive my opinion it was to give Georgia grads will be beadin
industry tq Install seat beltsas a non-speaking to-second walk- up toward Jacksonville t h I II
lives have been lost and countless others have been
award instead of a weekend. Dick McCotter
standard equipment on new on an per says Indian River
maimed and crippled. Veterans Day honors the deadas cars was an Important step forward son who said six words and everyone be knows plans on be-

well as the living those who returned as wellas however, a large percentage then you couldn't even hear In' there includin that former

those who did not return. Let us honor them all ARRIS BRYANT of cars on the road todayare him.Yes rage of the Gator campus, Mo- Cilrus Growers
Governor e( Florida not equipped and It Is It is agreeable the MFN deen Gunch.
with up
and affection this Veterans
respect on Day.
to the motorist himself to provide I Theatre has brought Joy and Sorry to hear our good friend
THI CROSS FLORIDA I made the presentation before this Insurance.A pleasure to many people In Ti- an' Edytor, Bob Hudson Is goln' Tour Nov. 12The
BAROE CANAL the Bureau of the Budget for few second hand car deal. tusville. Who Is there to thank tew the hospital with a bad
New Era DawnsA funds covering fiscal year 1965- ers are cooperating by equipping for this? Of course the two pea ack. I got some awful good
Almost and half annual Indian River Citrus
I century pie who have organized this
6$ rubbln' medicine when yew
ago, in 1820, the Army Corps of every used car they sell. The and have done for Growers' Field Tour will be
i The Barge Canal will providea group more git out Bob. It rubs on jim as
new political era dawned in the United Stateson I Engineers made a formal studyof shipping shortcut that will affect AAA the Installation points out,of however seat belts, that Js it and contributed more to It good front the inside as the outS held on Thursday, Nov. 12, at

election day, with Negroes winning seats in an Idea to cut a man-made the economy nationally. It only the first step, for unless than anybody else would We an' It shore smooths out the Indian River Field Labora-
at Fort Pierce.
the Florida Peninsula tory
canal through
four state will Interconnect the Industrial Barbara Carlson and Reba Par them acheS an'
legislatures for the first time and -- pains.
scoring they are used they are value-
the Gulf the
linking to iott.- Up-1llf last summerIbave The program for the day
in complexes of the eastern seaboard Hear tell Herb Hlrshberg done
gains other state and local contests. Atlantic. Such a canal was envisioned Includes
and those along the Gulf less.The had nothing to do, but last few of them there newfangled :
won a
According to Associated Press they also gainedat as a boon to waterway Coast Texas, Louisiana and seat problem belt now Is to convince summer I sure was busy and I martini drinks on the 1'SO: Welcome by Hugh
least 10 seats in legislatures of 10 states where commerce. Alabama and those of the their life Insurance owners use enjoyed working with them. eleckshun an' Is flggertn' on Whelchel. County Agricultural
new all of
Negroes had previously served. Only this year, no less than mld-contlncntal t!, S. along the their driving hours whether fora 1 feel that it was important to tavln 'era mad fer him at Lent I Agent SL Lucie County.
28 proposed routes later, was Ohio Rivers. write this letter so the public I
Mississippi and Mndersnoot's Bar an' Slppin' 1:45: Demonstration of aircraft
Including among these firsts were: there a firm decision made to There are more than twenty- neighborhood vacation tour.trip or a summer would know both sides of. the Parlor. Better watch out cuz- '. spraying.

Tennessee First Negro member of the General complete a Cross Florida Barge eight thousand miles of intra- s tory.A tin when Lent makes 'em hettoowardFrannin ,-4 Tour plots.
since Canal, and construction actually Like many motorists I was Loyal Member of the
Assembly the Reconstruction era after the connected inland waterwayseast the gin an' faces and
careless Topics tour
about fastening seat subjects on
begun. of the Rocky Mountains, ce.
Civil War.
belt when I first had them Installed are:
I President Johnson broke and the Barge Canal will enable Mike Manning Shore was sorry to hear about
New Jersey First from but after Method of
Negro assemblyman
experiencingan Determining
ground on February 27, and Florida to transport her goodsat Mister Chapman III' the cast of
outside the Newark accident In which I was fortunate Aivt Newer Covering of Aerial Sprays Dr.
area. dredging began at each end of rates that will put her Into "My Fair Lady. I alnt Warn-
enough to have been Robert C. BullockPerformance .
Colorado First Negro district judge I the 100 mile canal. '.competition with many north I. us. Editor: in' nobody 'cause I don't know

Alabama First Negroes elected to four county Work was started on the Gulf :ern producers heretofore not ing one and avoided serious InJury I have a habit of clipping the facts, but Its a sorrowful of Rangpur
Coast near Yankeetown at the considered to be competition. I would hesitate to drive articles that appeal to me. I am thing fer everyone an' its gon- Lime Trifoliate Orange and
offices in Macon
County. mouth of the Wllhlacoochce I The canal will bring to Flo- around the block without takingthe enclosing one concerning Her- other Rootstocks Dr. Mortimer

Negroes elected to state legislatures that had River. At the other end I rlda: Oil, coal, minerals, chemicals !- simple precaution of fasten bert Hoover, which Is appropos Cohen.
been all-white included: dredging began at the St. Johns grains, building materials, ing belt at this time. was chosen' from 180 million Response of Pineapple Oran
my AH presidents since his term people by the Ugh school JUDYS to Profile Drainage of Leon
-Two members of Locks site near Palatka. I and other bulk materials. These
Iowa of
House Representatives are commodities particularly The old admonition: "K Is better II i office have sought his ad- as one to inspire conflence. Soil Dr. David V. Calvert.
When the canal Is ,
completed suited for transporatlon on to be safe than sorry" cer vice and counsel : Insecticide Trials Dr. Robert

-A state senator in Delaware and one in Kansas. from waterborne Jacksonville traffic will the Atlantic travel !waterways. These are commodities tainly applies to the use of seat He served overseas to differ I Lincoln predated (at Gettysburg C Bullock.

-Three members of the Oklahoma House of down the St Johns on River to-I needed for the Indus- belts but we still have too many eat capacities at great personal ) when he said, 'The Rootstock Performance Under
trial development of Florida. sacrifice but never said, "Let world will little note what we Poor Drainage Conditions -Dr.
Representatives.Most Palatka then southwest in motorists who gamble on "sot.row" ,
Dredging the Cross Florida George do R." say here, but will never forget Mortimer Cohen.
of the winning Negroes ran as Democrats,' the dredged canal to the Gulf Barge Canal will make some of Instead of playing it safe.Don't It is significant of the general what they did here." i Fertility Trials Dr David .
of Mexico
come as Independents.A at ,the finest. hunting lands_in the be one of them! esteem of the public when he A. O. Clark V. Calvert.Year's .
This rnnrnt was a proved
by Congress i!in 1942: but P before; I'state outdoorsman easily and accessible provide to miles the .. . . .T; T..YT.YT. .YTV.YYYT. ;y..y e

Gone DuckOur construction could begin\ a restudy .
of new water for pleasure boating .
had to be conducted. In
1961 this administration, andFlorlda'i and fishing No Wait
A key to Florida's Industrial
fears expressed editorially In our issue of Congressional Delegation future Is economical transporta
to allocate -
persuaded Congress
October 28 with regard to the United Fund 'Dead $195,000 for that study tion. Barge transportation Is a

Duck' finding a permanent home here In North I, We received another (205000 part of the Industry answer to this where requirement FOR

Brevard have all been erased thanks to the wonderful goes
In 19(2 for pre-constructton there Is a balanced network of
response of the citizens and businesses of our i planning. transportation including rail

area. The duck has gone south! I Then. I went to Washingtonto highway freight air and water. This Higher Rate
confer with President Ken V
The announcement last week that North Bre All these transportation mediums
:nedy in an effort to obtain the are essential to an mdnst-
vard has attained 107 percent of its goal and first actual construction funds : rial complex, and mutually supporting

exceeded the same for the first time in five years I for the Cross Florida Barge I Savings left by the 10th of any month earn from the

is heartening news and deserving of a great big Canal. I acted as Chairman of If everything remains on 1st Savings insured up to $10,000 ($30,000 for a husband

THANKS': The United Fund and its 22 agencies/ the Florida State Board of Conservation schedule the frees Florida "j\ and wife) by FSUC, a permanent agency of the U. S.
In asking for $1 mil Barge Canal, for which so V 7" Government.
services, we are confident share with us in the pride. lion. many have worked so hart

North Brevard also has the distinction of being In January, 1MJ, President will be completed In about seven

the sixth of the eleven United Fund areas and divisions Kennedy In his budgetary request .. years. Krst JeAeralU

exceeding their goals In this year's campaign. asked for and secured All but $13-% minion of the Current Dividend Sa\1ings
this money that led to our $158 million the Canal Is expected RaUCompound

Another enviable record. groundbreaking this year. to cost will be supplied by *! 04Rd s a AttctlafUa .ff TltusvllUOpen
Whoever said the UP 'Dead Duck' was filing We are now dredging with an the Federal Government. From

homestead exemptions here in North Brevard had additional $. million from the every viewpoint this Is a small Office Branch Office
IH<<$ fiscal federal budget price to pay for a ".'OIIder-i Open >S I to 3 Dally. Alao 4 to 7 Friday Waaalagtoa at M&bai.1. US N. Coqulaa
better like 'crow' he's of it
got a mess to eat. tad Just recently in September I way"" of the magnitude i


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Monday Nov.mb.r t,19" TMutvHte, (PMrid.L Stor-Advocato flBS *

W,; .
.1 School leases of a I'yeesald "tiled U) v. a. 8tIeiIIItHn,, BV '
Mims Newshave I gfrto a haHoweeo party at the I County Building Permits Slow M, Smtfemoor, far an addition
home of Mrs. Lucas Saturday. to te Coronet Hotel there
Prizes were given for differ- November to off to a slightly ,one commercial one'for'' ",eel!I Bruce Misty, TKuavffie, will I do
(1y( Mr. Gladys McUndon) just returned from a.trip Church and Charles WM ....- Baptist Cfcttrch.The I ant costumes and let prise was stew start in the county'a budding and Ute balance of 87OM going. V. UN work.
AM7-124I to Btrmintfianv.. wine ly made a Deacon. lie alp. as glen were Joined by won by Harriet Beasley drew- permit bunineai, partly for miscellaneous' alterations, Two residential permits fof
All-Star they were vMtng Hietr son and of die radto uttttoo others turn all over Florida. ed as a Bride. 2nd prise went to blamed additions repdrs, etc. hornet In Port St John issued
Football the eteetkm
Cam managerO by ,
The I his family Mr. and Mrs. Richard .to not fcr from Meetings were held twice daily. Karen Lord who was dressed some on The total permit tamed In October to Cay Construction Co., Box
annual 5th year vs DUi and cMUren. Fairbanks as a pumpkin; 3rd prise winner with this wwk's activity by the Office
Nortarip They Mt that the highlight/ of County Zoning 498. Indian River City. One was
year football boys game played at their the altour Mlms Their trip was doubly good theae meetings was hearing the was Karen Evans as the through Thursday totaling $M9m. ,- added up to )2,1M,790. for 18,000 the other for ",000.

School Nov. 2, with the 6th year for another son, Charles, who Takes Trip To Saratola Missionaries, both from home tradkmal witch.A Included were 1M new borne A 114.760 residential permit to
boys winning 11-7 In a hard had been in Austin, Texas on Three intermedIate G.". and the foreign fields scavenger hunt was In style This Included tt new IIomeIpennlta permits for $1.743WO, nine I Henry Manta, Tangelo Street
fought contest business, WM able to fly into Girls Diane Walker Cathy White there, this group stay for the morning and Belinda adding up to ItM.MO commercial permits totaling\ Indian River City for construo'
The Sixth year boys, coachedby Birmingham to see his parents, Sharpe and Amy RacMey, accompanied ed at the .Sarasota Terrace i Freeman won a prtee for returning 1210.000. a church permit for ion on old U.S. 1 at Indian Rlr*
teacher Ray Semmes got oCt and brother. Charles and I his Hotel with the most things. man Janice McLendon, Connie 132,500 and 18 adddrau to single er City by D. 0. Kkffer, Indian
Mrs. J. 0.
to a fast start by scoring all of wife are living at College Sharpe and Mrs.by Tommy Tucker ... Hot dogs, cookies and cokes Roof Lynn Hunt, Linda Myers, family residences good tor River City.
Alaska where he teaches in the was served as lunch, following Connie Cox, Pam Hudson another $35,7feDuring
their points In the first period. enjoyed a trip to SaraaoUlast Halloween, Party which each teacher her A IlK.SeO one to Dan 0. "-
College there. Carolyn Seville. Diana Reeves, the past week North
Quarterback Merrill Worden
attic 1042 Hibiscus
t week-end. They attended Mrs M. W. Lucus and Mrs. class home. St. Cocoa
I Karen Evans, Patricia Morgan, Brevard permits Issued includ
passed to end Green for For
Pete He and his wife are active combined a home In Port St. John on11S
the annual G.A. Girls Auxiliary Charles Thompson Those able to attend were Teresa Shirley Karen Lord and ed:
the .
from first S yards score out.and ran the other members in the first Baptist house party, held at the first forces and gave their Sunday Vicki Rackley, Belinda Free- Harriet Bcaslcy. A $41.000<< commercial one Is- nlant.t near the Orlando Utilities,
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The Fifth year boys coachedby
another teacher Ron For- T..ty PregreuoTomato

came guson,on started strong very in the slow second, but /V Sauce . . 3'u;; 33
half. Aaron Kahn passed to
Sammy Bussey for a touchdown EXTRAFREIt
Progresso ItelionTomatoes
early in the fourth quarter I
and the same combination :2139: '
proved good for the extra point. . . . . .. J"( Green Stampa
However, time ran out and the I Mil.11 MWM s's......_., CLlSTEIlINI >
final score was 12 to 7 in favorof 1 I / Swift's Os Smooth or Chunky ANTISEPTIC

the Sixth year boys. 14 is. size 9eLi c
Bob Waldrop, physical educa MARKa7s PeanutButter.1.I,, 39' ;;; 11..1WM.., U. '''41 r::
lion instructor, reviewed the
game and coordinated the \ / OOOOQQOOOOOOOOOOOOIOO
Tetley (tale off label)
events. Alice Kelly, girls physical '
education instructor, select r.aba.r. Tea .
ed cheerleaders from her class d Bags . . .. .t . 2a 59'F&P fflfWsVlftlOroen IOOI i

es The for halftime the game.show featured J"1 Stamps

contest for queen which was the a Flavorful I use.q_...wd......_.. !

boy best dressed as a girl ". TEXIZI FLUFF RINSI
Bobert Tanner was crowned, Prune Juice 29C n,. die 69s
'Queen' by Principal Bill Williams .I b (. tiro wit, M... II, INN
after being chosen by 904Q00Q00000 0 oEO
Judges Ann Scarbrough, Ople Sweet Treat Sliced .
Lacey, Marilyn White, Geral--
dine Blankenship Terry Jack- I S? O.tl.. AfO( 59
3 $1
lewicz, and Zela Martin.All ; h Pineapple .
students had the i
opportunity ____ b J'.( Green Stamps
to see the game and "" .... .'1_N......_.. Q
everyone enjoyed it very much. y. F&P -Perfect NIW I0 DINS SUNDAI WHIRLS C* i
5th year players were <4"..tl" C..MFMnl > '
Aaron Kahn, Ruby Edwards, Fruit Cocktail : 19 4 pit. P.".. J9.
Steve Sandage, Ramsey Gore,, "..1'! .. w.d 55 5NN fMOi
Eddie O'Neal, David Speer,, >OOOOQQQOOOQOOOOOULrJGreen
Barry Willis Alfred Burnsed, Dish
Liquid D.t.rg.ntPennySaver
t sey Garnet Gary Raulerson Wood Sammy, Mike Hor Bus [CROSS t & BLACKWEUDATC.NUT 50 ml rRa 50I81 (f

wath, Rich/ Smith. Billy Mat- ... 3 ''IO.I. $1
thleux. Henry Wahl, Jim Watson V- StampsS{
Mike Dailey, I ...a1." ...... ..4......_... c;
11 Ricky Landrum Steve Hunt's' (Limit 2 Please) All fI..or. Royal' G.lotha :;,
Griggs, Tom Denman Allen 4 reg. pk... 45s r.Ilnr. .
Foster Charles Gladden Steve i 2 1401. 25c C .. w.. 055. U. : '
Taylor Steve Ratliff, Ronnie Catsup hSWIFT'S 5554)I I
Lyll, and Mike Haun.
8th years players were -

Asher Bruce Kahn Gentry,Merrill John Hamilton Worden, PREMIUM !SO m... T.A' (f SO

John Horwath Daryl Osteen,,
Dennes Burrell, Kenny Poole,, J;1 Green Stamps
Shawn Galloway Sonny Davis,, ..A All' M.M.
Gene Duff, Odell Kfeer. MINNIN SKIN 0\\
Chester Ison, Richard Bolton,, 41/4 ... rid 79 plus fax 0
,I Ed Alderman Steve McMillan, i SMOKEDDAISIES ,imutt 'M' Mw 5h IM4 '="
I: Bruce Justice, Ray Teachout, rmaIOOQQQQQOQOQOOQQQQOIWIfTI
Mike Hunt, Barney Johnson,
Corby Romans David Hudlck,
Tom Graham Ed Wilkinson 501 ..REt'. 50J
Pete Greene Roy Allen David
Robinson and Gary Jones. ,, V Lykot Bros. ,( Green Stamp

Cheerleaders 5th year girls Mla d1.o--.4...'....tit
SherU Day, Cathy Teele, Judy Fr..hPURE ftlMIUM COUNTRY STYLI
Beck Susan McCallum Nancy IMOKID IAUSAOI
Richman, Janice Gardner Lois Ib. 69.L..Irw -
Sanders, and Marsha Andre; ,1 C PORKSAUSAGE MIl W.Nw15. .M4t 'f

6th year girls Brenda Clay, IIIIIIII\\ c 00000000 000000000'I 1f' I
Susie Hollman, Iva Foley, C p'
Donna Hendrix Gall Edwards, Ib. PRICES EFFECTIVE MOM. TUES.
Debbie Brewer. ., ,
5r w r $ WED., NOV., 10, II, 1964SwIft'

Bicycle Safety Contort 1e 185; j ::
Minus Elementary held its
Annual Bicycle Safety contest ,,
Oct. 28 with some 75 participants
receiving Ucense and de-
cals. Instructors Alice Kelly
and Bob Waldrop coordinatedthe Toiry

event. Sliced Bologna ':\ .1.39'Swift'
The contest featured a road N.M ,.
test of safety rules and signalsfor
participants and then contests Premium Sliced
were held for which prizes .
were given. It was very enjoyable Dried Beef 449

the students as well as educationalfor dairy specials '"': 1 1r. I

Halloween ProgramA ...... III RJ1, iIE
Halloween program was /hR.hwr I..He : ..1.B.ekl.
presented by three 4th year IN.iii .
classes at Mlms School under Rolls. . . 2 : I 4 ,
the direction of Miss Marilyn

White, music teacher. L l'Fruit QUDf
frozen foods o
Mr. Burkes' group sang "Skin V
and Bones". The poem "Trickor r r ,.... 1..4.. '
Treat" was given by Bonnie u ,.. f A#. 'REtIId'111 Ir1Lew
Raulerson and enacted by Cynthia C.Inners . . "'.. 39 c ( ... I
Holcombe. Linda Hot!- ,
mann Ronnie Giles, and Roger 1t N- Ipeh. .'-Y. ,..... r ; .1.. WEEK..

5m1th.IOU I were Smith's a Witch-class. Pies 3 10."'....' $1 ::)1
was sung by 1S ,
Performers in the costume parade .
were Linda Myers. Harriet xriir-rrfu ,
Beasley, Cindy Clark, Enid Lt1 il -r- I
Wright Jill Phillips ; V V
Hildegarde Stamnger, Terri -
Bowyer. Cynthia McAlister, _
Joan Matheson Barbara Rhodes WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE
Deborah Bell Elizabeth

Gunn.The program concluded wHh doifii. produce feme., o .. PirllePLAZA
the song "Ftve Little Pump ,. ,,
kins", by Miss Logsdoo't class. FIRM SNOW.WHITtCAULIFLOW *
Children wearing pumpkin costumes
were: Jeff Cottitt Karen SHOPPING
Lord Mary Hopkins Gerald j 1POllhIX1(
Day and Denise WOlleI ly. Hind! R '
effects were portrayed by Pat CENTER
Leis, Frances: Patterson Norman ;MAIt1I.TSg .
Whittle and Bobby Swift South Park
taro St. & Ave.

Cray UoTw T. Moot 25'head .. Titusville
The Itiroi Gray Ladies wffl
meet Tuesday, Nov. 10 at 1:00:
'm. at the home of our chair' .
Bun Mrs. Wayne (Carol)

HUb.attend.Vancy, AH who ladies lives are in urged Spruce: : Extra Christmas Gifts with Jll Green Stamps W'"

Has Wonderful Vacation: |
I :
Ur. and Vn. Robert Bussed


Monday, November V, 1H4
fete 4 Tltuivlll (Flerlda) Star-Advecate

I I RC Sidewalk Art Festival, Heralded As "Tremendous Success" I

255 Exhibits I Miss Kieffer

Sprawl Over i Is Bride Of ira ii I

Entire CenterThe W C ConnellMiss Phone 287-3994 with cart on

Sidewalk Art Festival Karen M. Kieffer becamethe
held Friday and Saturday at Indian bride of William C. Connell A very fine tribute was paidto of celebration. The scene was so Ial Hospital attended the Florida

River Plaza was truly the In a ceremony performed at the a wonderful person Friday gay and charming, we almost Hospital Conference last
Indian River City Woman's First Methodist Church in Folks- evening by members of the cast felt like doing the tango our week In Clearwater and wars

Club's "finest hour". '. ton, Ga, Oct SO, with Rev. Cul- and behind the scenes-work. selves. quite astounded when they told c

Sponsored by the Fine Arts breth, pastor, officiating. era of Tltusville Junior Woman's Although we laughed throughout the bell boy their room number .
Department of the club, the The bride is the daughter of Club production of "My Fair the entire evening, one scene
Sidewalk Art Festival was a D. 0. Kieffer of 380 N. Coquina Lady". Inserted in each of the we will long remember was Eli and he said, "Why that's

fantastic success, with exhibitors Ave., and the late Frances A. "first nlghters" programs wasa za's preliminary test at the Ascot the Governor's suite." Of
from all over Central Flor s sell Klefer The bridegroom is the large white card which read, Race Meeting. Instructed to course they didn't bat an eye-

ida. Approximately 2,500 art w r son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles I "In Memoriam, John S. Chap talk only on the weather and lash but Just calmly followedhim

lovers and others just curious, Connell of Winter Garden, Fla man, whose tragic and untimely everyone's health, Eliza was In. to the rooms and waited until
came from as far away as Day Both work for Pan American death has dimmed the lightsof troduced to the snobbish friendsof l they were safely behind closed

totia Beach, Mlcco, Winter Gar Airways.The this production. Mrs. Higgins, Henry's moth.er. doors before unleashing any
dIM and Maitland to view the is at homeat horse
young couple "John Chapman's love for the Her enthusiasm for a expressions of excitementThe
various forms of art. 380 N. Coquina Ave. theatre, his highest standards of she Is backing, however, impelsher entire suite was decorated
Mrs. Jill FUnk, chairman of I to Indulge in a bout of via In gold and white and had
y. professionalism, and the remem
the event, reported the successof I Dinner To Honor brance of his sensitive poretrayal lently unladylike cheering, causing "the most beautiful rooms we
the show and indicated the 9/ Delegates To of Colonel Pickering in quite a commotion on stage have ever seen", according to

committee was "overwhelmed"at f Dt this show, remain as a living inspiration and uproarious laughter from Millie (Mrs Roy) Ramsey. All
the response. Mrs. Flink, a Girls, Boys State to all who knew him. the audience.We of the members attended the
student of art herself, also hada "1t must compliment Jean various sessions and, on the
display at the festival Trlcla Taylor and Gary Price, "To his memory Is dedicatedthis Holley for her portrayal of Mrs. last day, each attended a different -
Exhibits, which Included 255 Titusville High seniors who first performance of My HIggins. This role was completely class on phases of auxiliary -
paintings by 55 artists spannedthe J were sponsored to Girls State Fair Lady." different from her part In work In a hospital In order
length of the shopping center % ww and Boys State last June by the And we must truthfully say Rain and It was done very well. to prepare for the expansion
Beginning at the covered Titusville Post No. 1, American each and every person workingon Two of the most delightfulscenes of Jess Parrish Hospital
walk-way of First Federal's In. Legion and Auxiliary will be the musical outdid himselfto In the entire productionwas Among those attending were ,

than River Branch which created k honored at a dinner Wednesday I I make it one of the finest productions centered around Alfred Doo Mrs. Ramsey, Mrs. Paul Bam-

an artistic setting around evening.The in Tltusville and therefore little ("Buzz" Brown) and the forth Mrs. William Moore, Mrs.
the rose garden, the pictures: In dinner will be held at the a fine tribute to Mr. Chap songs, "With a Little Bit of Bert Gass, and Mrs. Paul Es- ;
oils, water colors, charcoal, pen; + Tltusville Legion Club at 1.30: Luck" and "Get Me To The I trada.

photographs and various forms p.m., immediately following a man.My Church on Time". We expected
of crafts, reached almost to the Flag Burning ceremony at the warmest, most heartfelt "Buzz" to be good, but certainly Two charming young ladles
Indian River Bowling Lanes. Post. The parents of the students congratulations to Ken Morton, got more than we expected were weekend houseguests of
Chosen best of the show, and I I are invited to attend and hear who stepped into the role of Col. "Buzz" was one of the top per Rita and Tony Novotny In their

awarded a 1100- rash prize. was -_.. the reports of their experiencesat Pickering on Wednesday evening formers on stage and receives! lovely home at S425 Mogul in
an abstract in oil, entitled i "Loge: Girls State and Boys State. and was so superb, it was our highest compliments along Brentwood. Cathy and Jennifer

1" byWilliam E. Blaine of Winter Also Invited are two ninth difficult to believe he had only with Ken Morton, Gene: Putnam Wilson, daughters of Mr. and
Garden. Blaine Is presently "BEST OF SHOW"-Judges Hal Mctwoday Sidewalk Art Festival, held grade students awarded American rehearsed the show twice. and James Rose for their ex- Mrs. George Wilson of Fort

teaching Junior high school in Intosh and David Reese, display the at Indian River Plaza and sponsored Legion School Award med. Gene Putnam and James cellent portrayal of the leading Lauderdale, had an enjoyable

Fernandina Beach and the painting judged "Best of the Show", by Indian River City Woman's Club. als last June at Parkway Jun. Rose were excellent In their pore characters in this musical comedy time with the two Novotny children

prize was collected by his moth. Saturday, upon the conclusion of the S-A Photo. and Jody Kahn, and their par. trayal of Eliza Doolittle production.All I Christine and Leslie, play

ents.Mrs. and Henry Higgins. We especial. ing and visiting the
many games
er.The of the songs were delight.
J. J. Condes is Girls I ly liked the scene where Eliza
entire exhibit by Blaine Carnival at St. Teresa's
Theta Omicron ful but, unfortunately, much of big
State chairman for the unit, and suddenly to "The
which Included five manages say
some or six Church.
Band the lost in the musical
lyrics were
paintings, was the deciding factor Symphonic Holds MeetingTheta has been assisted in the plans rain In Spain falls mainly on the background. Supporting rolesIn Dottle (Mrs. Dave) Mason ,
for the event by Mrs. W H. plains" with each treacherous
in his nomination, but the the done was very much surprised rt,
production were
Omicron Chapter of Beta Barnard, unit Americanism vowel Intact and so enchantedwere
Judges expressed the feeling cently when of her sororIty
Sigma Phi held Its regular chairman. Mrs. Arthur Gaudet, HIggins and Col. Picker. quite well by Betty Kidd as Mrs.
that the abstract was the strong Planned For AdultsBrevard Pearce, John as Freddie sisters honored her with a .
point of his work. meeting on Nov. S at the homeof unit president, and a committeehas ing that all three did a delightful Hill his voice stork shower in anticipation ofa 4
Eynsford ( was
: Mrs. Dottie Mason. planned the menu for the cheek.to-cheek tango by
The Judges, Hal Mcintosh of The of way beautiful and also quite an ad- new arrival at the Mason
Winter Park and David Reese of Junior College took symphonic band consisting of highlight the meeting dinner. dition to the show), Martha Far- home late this year. The guests
Orlando, both noted artists, stat a significant step In behalf of adult citizens who are former was a most Impressive and Sheldon Silva, Americanism WWI Auxiliary abee as Mrs Eynsford-HIU enjoyed several games and refreshments
beautiful of Ritual of chairman for
ed that the abstract indicated the adult musicians of Brevard members\ of high school, collegeand ceremony Legion Post 1, has Warren Hecksel as Selsey Man, of cookies, coffee
Jewels and Pledge Ritual de- also cooperated in the plan-makIng Elects Mrs Gentile
maturity and was the best of County Friday by announcing service bands. George Mahan as Hoxton Man and cokes. Dottle Dave and
Elaine's exhibit. plans for the organization of a gree. and is arranging for a speaker. and Bartender, Dr. Robert young son Davey ((2%) moved
"This organization has Auxiliary No. 1196, Veteransof
'Mona Jordan of Cocoa, took every Receiving the Ritual of Jewels I Stiff as Jamie (Dr. Stiff steppedInto into their new home recently at
of World War I elected Mrs.
possibility making a significant The next meeting of the unit ,
411 Poinsettia and
the : Mrs. Linda I Ken Morton's role Jam are looking
second best of the how Degree were as
Club Meeting contribution to the cultural Nicholas Gentile to succeed Mrs.
will be Nov. 9 at 8 at the
award for her watercolor and Barr, Mrs. Beaulah Feagan, p.m., ie on Wednesday and did a forward to the new arrival
life of our county," commented Johanna Trumbull as president.Mrs. .
dub. Units
charcoal Annual MeetingNB Mrs. Sonia Risner and Mrs. Ellen Legion throughout wonderful Jan Van Hornas
of "Subway". She Job),
William J. Dahlenbrug, Chair. .q;,
I. the' nation asked to have
received $50. Third best was Red CrossThe Sleemaa. are J. A. Sheridan was elect- Mrs. Hopkins, Jack and Norma .
man of the Division of Fin
short in observance of
Caro Lee Bennett of Maltland. Arts at Brevard Junior College. I Receiving the Pledge Ritual National program Education Week, Nov. ed first vice president; Mrs. Larks as Lord and Lady\ FLOWERS, FRAN
who received $25 for an oil, Annual Meeting of the Degree were: Mrs. Virginia Walter Watson, second vice- Boxtngton, MarJorie Freed as
"Study of Nancy". North Brevard County Chapterof The Brevard Symphonic Band Scruggs and Mrs. Louise Klein- 814. The purpose is to acquaint president; Mrs. William H. Bar- flower girl! Jim Luce as foot- "Notlctibty Superior"'
citizens with the achievements .
Chosen first in crafts was a the American Red Cross will Program will Include special Schmidt nard, treasurer; Mrs. Orrin man, Terry Terhune as Zoltan ItUntbtri Florl.l'i T l. n.llbnr
alms and needs of their schools. *
111 Garden 267.2135thl
wood sculpture of "Weeping be a "Dutch Treat Dinner" at material in the form of "Re. The Rituals were given by this I Wade, Chaplain; Mrs. Charles Karpathy, Marian Topper as St. -
The theme for is
Madonna", by Phlneas Lawson (I the Rockledge Country Club, fresher Kits" for any musicianswho Mrs. Dottie Mason, president. "Education Dividends"year i Slantls, Conductress; Mrs. Louis Queen of Transylvania and Linda -
qower of Canova Beach. Flhke Blvd, Rockledge, Thursday may need to review forgotten Each girl receiving the Ritual American Pays Education Week I Pepper, guard; and Mrs. Trum Forbes as Mrs. Higgins Maid.

Receiving the first in Ama Nov. 12 at 8 p,111. fundamentals. was presented with a yellow out of the revelation during bull, 3-year trustee. The singing ensemble included -
tdur Photography grew 1 many of the above charactersand ttJil
was George beautiful
All who 1100 or Director of the new organization rose.Others World War I that an alarming Mrs. Gentile appointed Mrs.
gave Jones
Barley of Titusvillt with a delIcate persons present were: Mrs. Angela Hogan, Lolly ,
picture of "Mother a n dchild" more to the United Fund of will be Charles P. Alley, Instructor Elnora Robinson, Mrs. Chris I proportion of the country'spopulation Barnard as secretary; Mrs BUI Bellinger. Suzanne Jones, way '

featuring his wife, Shir Brevard County for Red Cross of Humanities and Music McNeely, Mrs. Betty Callawayand was illiterate and Trumbull as Americanism chair Elsie Keller, Jane Poirier, t0 Stop rustl'
ley, and daughter' Susan are members of this chapter at Brevard Junior College. Mrs. Barbara Taylor. physically unfit Representativesof man and Patriotic Instructor; Grace Smith, Sandy Springfield DtNS1 o .ter '
and the
the American
'Honorable mention ribbons and urged to attend this meet. Director Alley commented; "I Plans for the Christmas danceto National Education Legion Association Mrs. Frances Call, Blood Bank Morey Brtmer, Joe Carol Jim AS
Went to Earl Jones, president ing and participate in the election be held on Dec. 19 were dl,. chairman; Welfare and Hospital Dunbar, T. 0. Smith, Paul Sullivan V '
of First federal Savings and of new board members and am frankly overjoyed at the opportunity cussed. Further Information discussed the problem, and the Mrs. Trumbull; Legislation, and Eddie White. oN AD'I t

Loan for a self portrait entitled ge4 reports on the year's activi to be associated witha about this will be given at a later result was the United first observanceIn Office Mrs. Call and Publicity, Mrs. Following the "complete sell
1921. The States
"What's My Line"; Constance ties. musical organization of t h I 11 date.A of Education in the Barnard. out" performance, the "firit I DON
an oil, so Impressive Rummage Sale will be heldon
in 1922 and the National BRUSH,
sponsorship The officers will be installed ROIL RI SPRAY'
"Horses"; Blanche Schwartz, Mary Martha the excellent teaching at the Nov. 13 from 10 a.m. till 4pm. of Parents and cast attended an after the theatre
Congress Dec. 2 Mrs. Lillian Stewart
by ,
Merritt at Hills Why buy two when ono will doT
Island, oil, "Head"Charles ; and on Nov. 14 from 10 party whispering
MeetsThe junior and senior high levels In Teachers joined in 1922. 7th District President from Or
Adams, Titusville wax Chapter a.m. till 12 noon at the Chamberof Country Club which turned out Deruito prime, finishes, beiu
Brevard that it Junior unit members are Invited lando. Mrs. Stewart was a guestat title, An
sculpture, "Night Skylight1'; Da. County seems a Commerce Building In Titus. to be the perfect ending for a protect array of
vis Putnam Titusville, oil Mary Martha Chapter of shame for the musical activitiesof ville. to a District Junior Roundup Wednesday's meeting. wonderful evening. beautiful color Half-pint to
the Episcopal Churchwomen met Individuals to cease after at the Sebastian Legion Hall Several members of the Pink gallon, Including hart-quart
"Figure" J.
; Keller
Titusville, Mrs. Ray Massa of ZI Delta The
i meeting was preceeded bya .
at the home of Mrs. R. M. Alex. high school or college. I want on Nov. 14, at 10 am. Each girlIs pray ant.FACTORY
ell on wood, "A Beautiful Girl". Mu has been selected to be the covered dish dinner with the Ladles of Jess Parrish Memor-
sandwich. Those
to Invite all former band music to bring a
ander for the November meeting
,Mrs. FUnk and
of Advisor for the
Chapter. members of Titusville BarracksNo.
with Mrs. Robert Williams ians of Brevard County to joinus who wish to go may call Mrs. PAINT
committee :
Joseph Refreshments served .
were Gaudet unit 1196 joining with the wom 1
Arthur president
Draper Kennedy Mrs. K. S. Ah- presiding. In rediscovering the won. consisting of cherry pie pastries to transportation.will .en. The barracks held their I OUTLET, INC.
title, Mrs. J. W Shaw, Mrs. A box of delightful and lovely derful experiences"of band musical mints nuts punch and cof arrange 'meeting following the dinner al ..I t Baldwin Stopping Center

Nick Turpolojac, Mrs. T. Sauer. Christmas gift articles, made by performance. fee.The be held at the home of Mrs. so and had as their guest, Roy MITHOfttZf\ Mlt> MtVIKTlOH
beck, Mrs. S. L. Rowell Mrs. Mrs. Williams, were displayed More Information on the newly next meeting, Nov. iJ, Sonia Rlsner. I Gamble, 7th District Command ., IfUDQUAtIItltl1

C.d R.hi Hodsden. n.....,'..Mrs. T. C. Popevsawniu 'u___ during the meeting. Orders are formed band can obtained I er, also from Orlando. i
sbm rs G. Ry&IS, were I being taken as a means of by phoning Alley at 832-1111. -
congratulated: by the two Judg I raising funds for the chapter. I
es on the success of the show Winning' Warm Friend Per Florida; Since IfSO
and special note Sacraments the fifth
was paid to pamphlet ** v:
Mrs. Clare Simms, publicity I of A Journey In Faith was DON'S Floral Art ; Pr

cjialrman, who was credited I read during the meeting and discussed Your flower needs palish ,A 'd
with an exceptional job In I by the members.The ipecliltyt!
my Cen.: nnc
oglorick ,
promotions. hostess served delicious C'HI"fJ ""

I The winning exhibits will be and coffee after the adjourn. L 267-8527 S
dn I pie leather! ..,,,,,.. ...'V" "V'ywCordially
display at First Federal's In. I ment.
dlan River Branch at Indian -- ---
hfvet Plaza during this week. t

Putnam To Address WelcomesYou


SALUTES and Your Family
1 The Junior Woman's Club will

fleet at the Woman's CI u b GREAT OLYMPIC I Dorothy SparlingSvpervUer To Your New Home!
building Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 8
p.m. David Putnam, set design"Jor PERFORMANCES
"My Fair Lady" musical 287-7267 The State of Florida

fill be the guest speaker, .
t Putnam will speak on "Fine HOSTESSES
!rts" in general and will create BOB MATHIAS

sets. He will be introduced by (U.S.A.) "PRANCES ILROD247WJJ It is our desire to make feel welcome !.
Helen bouts Fine Arts De Th. only repeat winner, 1948 and you
partment chairman. EBJII 1952, of tho cternfwt test of in ath

Members are asked to turn in leU'i all.around bihty-tlM OlymSUiI1.R DID00CANV HILIN .. WALSH and to acquaint you with your
ticket money at this time. I pic Decathlon.US. 0 IoN.s. 204J
-- -I II lEN1MINS ,.'qasA14 city.PIGGY .

T14E rI VR 01tOTlo CRAY
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If you are new in the area, a phone

can. SUPrR PLENAMINSHtMt call will bring you a prompt visit from ,

At OUR CSLtftRUM* STORIE KKEEDDritaSt your local hostess. Please give her a call!

She has maps and many free and wonderful -
gifts for you from local businesses! '


Nvmbr 9, 1964 Tlrvtvlll (FUrldO Star.Adv.c.fe ,.,* J

I Tragedy Spurs Actors On To Tremendous- -Performance JI


Episcopal ChurchwomenSlate : "My Fair Lady" Applauded

Loudly During Opening Nife
Autumn Meeting With News And Note.I' I

Dedicated to the of John S.
oNortA Brevard memory Chapman, whose
Mrs. B. D. Phillips, Deanery Mrs. James G. Bartley ol 11, I chcduled in Fair
Presi appearance "My Lady" aa the delight-
Director, announces that the I: dent Orlando Mrs., Diocesan A Travers ECW EweU ol 1; i < it I C..I| Pickering wu Interrupted by a fatal auto ac-

Daytona Beach Deanery Meet : \"i'nt.,' the Broadway hit
Miami, past Diocesan President > musical played to a "by innation -
ing will be held at Holy Apost and newly elected member oi I| \ only" audience Friday and wall acclaimed a

lea 505 Grant Avenue, Satellite Women's Work; Mrs Grady L rebounding( success

Beach, on Thursday, Nov. 12. Crawford of Coconut Grove, l lt' 1 The production was staged by clatlon for the Interest of the

The Rev. Lee M. Rose, Vicar, Diocesan Secretary of Christiar the Mask and Hammer Play community this venture. Proceeds i
will celebrate Holy Communion Education; Mrs. Donald Bell ol ers, TitusvUle'i oldest theatre of the play will go towardthe

at 9.30: am. Mrs. R. W. CabeU, Lantana, former Palm Beach group and the "fair ladles" of club's prime project Jess
President of the Holy Apostle'i Deanery Director: and Mrs the Junior Woman's Club. Parrish Memorial Hospital

Churchwomen and her committee Wellington Howard of LakeThe The Premier Performance!, a

will serve coffee and Wales. seml formal affair, was well attended VISITING HERB I

rolls in the Parish Hall immediately I meeting will dismiss with the Titusville High

preceding the pro- 1 promptly at 1:00: p.m. Those F e'I v School auditorium filled on this Mr and Mrs W. H. LashleySr

Cram. with reservations will lunch al o first night", led by Mayor and of Clermont were weekend

Guest speakers will be the the Pancake House, Satellite Mrs Bill Walker and other city visitors at the home of their

Diocesan Delegates to the Tri Beach. dignitaries eon. W. H. Lashley Jr. !).'.

ennial which recently met in Reservations should be sent) i / An "after theatre" party was Merry Lane. Aim visiting here

St Louis Mo.( in conjunctionwith to Mrs. R. W. Cabell, 24: 1 held at Whispering Hills Country and In Clermont are the local

the General Convention of Charles Court. Satellite Beach,, tr Club for the invited guests! and man' sister Mr. Betty llel-
the Episcopal Church. by Nov. t. There will be nc NalaD ni,+ the cast I' bert and three children Martha

The five speakers will be: baby sitter available. Comments on the reached Marty and Kay, of Columbia
I SA. who are visiting In the
the "great" remarks with l
: States for two months.
mast of the praise! coming for
I Scottsmoor News James Roue who did a tremendous

job as Henry Higgins; : antics Or MIR
Gene 'Putnam, ai Eliza Doollt- i Nolle li h_b, vtvn thai ...r'
Mrs. Edward Rat) Cleveland Ohio, spent several i4 I I tie and Ken Morton Hint la Ik. Final l 1..01 "ore'. .
(By Judge was alniur .nl"n Scottsmoor's first hallow een days at the home of her sister, 4 I singled out for special' praise I, In Nimk* !.Judicial the Pail Circuit Court. 'In *of M Inn fnrnxvtrd > II

carnival was held Saturday Mr. and Mrs. William Spearson for his superb Job as ('01. Pickering I II Calm. Florid' 1.l lChinr
evening at the Homemakers Orlando Ave. Together they I stepping In due to the .r Clerk. No will MtU mil, the III. ands.atpnad .

grounds sponsored by the Keen attended the funeral services of I death of Chapman only two : In Hid (bunt! .nrap.rqoltaol.4 .Mrlb4

Teen Club and enjoyed by their uncle, Lewis Cole of I days prior to opening an Lot 1 10, niw.k{ 0, notion X 1. I.
'children six to sixty. Grant, who died Saturday and The play was almost withouta sow.0.rd.na. iwardlnt, lo
I .,
the pint th > "ortl.oII.
ri as "*
The ghosts and goblins parad services were held Wednesdaywith single hitch and lines flowed In Pin' Hank IS. note Si nubHi .
interment in Grant Cemetery rL smoothly during the three.hour .ir ed from Jones Store to the Florid..
two-act performanceThe ,
carnival grounds, where they TnitthdP with ill MruclurM and
were Judged by Mrs. Jack play was directed by Imnr.v.m.n,* now and kmfip.
Mrs Lillian and .
Hlgdon ,
on said land pad flUuMl daub..d
Garry, Alva Brundage and P.I. daughter Marsha returned recently .. Wanda \\yikoff and Sandy tkmta. and all r rut, I...... '
M. Granperrln. Prizes for costumes I Gn ttktnd, with the musical direction nrocrxl*. and vraftt* *nruln* '
Included: Karen Sanders, from a vacation In Blue AFTER-THEATRE-PARTY An after-the-theatre from left, Doyle Frisbee president of First National under Jacob Hanneman nil pad if 1 bi. win*''rtu, h a from,. InoluiUd Hid print within. ,.,
cutest; Bobo Fisher, most original friends Ridge Ga.and, relatives.where they party was held at Whispering Hills Country Club Bank; Cleveland Talmadjje city manager; Jack and a spectacular job of set designing I hnlii-ii'lmn hi. fna,"I"ihpieot ir ,,I.., ;:rlDllo.).. led all .Ih.I.*.

; funiest, Arthur Lee Osteen. following opening night of Titusville Junior Wo Larks, past chairman of Pride Inc.'* Civic Center was done by David I>ut- atom .1., Irl" ....1.'. and .thr

The carnival was a huge success I Mrs. Edward Rost and Miss man's Club production of "My Fair Lady" last Planning Committee and Paul Salisbury presidentof nam ht HtMIn>llr(. ronKItirrrl tlumbln' natllatln.*rll"*. 'I

with crowds of children Alice Golder attended the Friday. Among the "first nighters" attending were, the Titusville Jaycl'es.-e.rlson Photo.\ This the first attempt by Junior I 10.IrrlHtln...' ;.v.tm per,1 >.onndltlnnlnt...'......*, aonll-*.i|
and grown-ups going from I Homemakers Extension Council Women In serous acting ....... riHiurvi and .nnur .*...*<.",
booth).to-booth. The dart booth has been a signal" success' with wklnh now .,* or may kraftrpurlaln
meeting Thursday at the h UMil In,
was a crowd pleaser with every Agriculture Center in Cocoa I I,the help of the Mask and Hammer nn nr akitut lo ""r acid* *'....'*., a...
I Players. The show Ihnuih Ihcv. k. dU"". one trying their skill for prizes; Following business sessions, a Storing Summer CottonsBefore played 'tarkahl. .1 l nuhllr. .1.! I. Ik*
the traditional halloween sportof covered luncheon was served. lit 1r I Friday and Saturday and will htlh..t and feat .bldriir fur ...11I
I .1 It'no rtnck. Noon na the Sarddav
apple bobbing was enjoyed In the afternoon the guest J ;: continue through Friday and ..f Nov.....,, 1M4. *l Ik*
band to the older people participating I Saturday of this week at th Rill front door af the Hr., rd
speakers were Clark Maxwell, you put away your Extension Service I high school auditorium.Mrs ("nunlv CourtkmiM In Tlluavlll' *,
brought back memoriesof tax assessor, who spoke on Tax ib 'I' summer cottons for the winter, 1 "..,Id.
\ Jan Van Horn, C't'HTia R BARNIC:
earlier halloweens Check carefully for stains, presidentof
Appraisals and Problems and _\ make sure they're clean. the Junior Woman' Clerk of the Circuit Court

The "spook house", set up in : Ellis Usher, who spoke on Income ,I" } 1. This will give them a longer which may become permanently and Mrs. Hetty! Snyder,Club general ,. ''I Mr MITT l P.puty.JM Cl flops.,k

the club house was "really I I.pookle. |I Tax Changes and how r ,( _, .1 wear life, says Miss Elizabeth set if allowed to remain during I chairman have Issued C-OI'MT PEAL:
," according to reactions they affect the IndividualMr. 'A Dickenson, clothing and textile storage. Take out hems of little ,_ _appre_--Nov--.-i-MA*.1 I 1M4.
of the youngsters. The country ;. Florida Agricultural
I dresses that know will
.., girls' you
,. .
& .11
store and sweet booth contain At. I
and Mrs. Edward Host .
.... 1Jf I have to be lengthened next year A La Marlck Salon I I. always near you! ,
ed many bargains and children and Miss Alice Golder spent "'" .. Tri-City Garden I
were standing In line to get a'' Thursday in Cocoa on Business Turn cuffs of children's overalls Melbourne Cocoa Orlando Daytona Beach
chance at the "grab bag"; to 11t Club To Meet I and pull pockets out \before

see what prize it contained laundering. Don't bother to iron
Many were winning delicious The Tri-Clty Garden Club will\ cottons that you are packing TITUSVILLCi Open I arm to I p.m. Monday I

home-made cakes at the cake prJOlla; meet at the home of Mrs. A. V. away. Don't starch them, either Wednesday, Friday Tue. and Sat. 'Til S p.m.

walk and there were conllnul- Harrington/ at 2:JO p m. Thursday Starch attract silverfish f
ous lines at the chill.wiener and The Naomi Circle of the First with Mrs. Howard/ rarkl'ri
pie booths where members of Presbyterian Church will meetat M co-hostess. Pack garment loosely" to prevent

the Community Organizationskept 2:30: p.m. Friday in the home I deep creases from nettingIn November -
both hands busy serving. of Mrs. Geo. Ford 1(18 Diane Program: Indoor' Horticulture. and store In a cool' dryplal'e. : -
with Artificial Light by W W. .
Proceeds realized from this Drive.
I James 2 r,
first halloween carnival will\ go I ---1___
toward the IEW-10 CLUI
fund. commuity building Mr and Mrs. W. E. Ziegler education, Mrs Sanford Mayo permanent'a .

returned home Saturday from a a. and Mrs William Duff are leaders I Mrs K M I'arkl'r111 'be

The Homemakers Club will\ trip to Minnesota being called y for the study They will\ be I hostess to members of the

I hold Its regular meeting Tues by the passing of a brother of the assisted church by many members of ISpa Club at her homo at 80 wave .
who will
present a
' day Nov 10 at 1:30: .m. at the Mr. Zlegler. I 81'W'1 f
p map study, wonhlp, a skit and ( Washington Ave W
club house BEST Mona Jordan of Cocoa second I
I' 2ND won refreshments. dish luncheon
I for a covered
Mrs. R C. Threlkcld of
best in the show award and a $50 prize for her SALEeach
The Community Organization Carrsvllle. Ky. Is spending the watercolor and charcoal picture "Subway". She is
here. She Is the mother Tltusvill Shopping Center 10 AM.9I'M1i1FiAnother
kill hold its winter
meeting shown above with winning picture at top. S-A Photo.
1 of John D. Threlkeld 20::!
Monday Nov. I at 7.JO: p.m. at ,
I Jones Robbins Ave.Garden wave priced A
will be Community Incorporation Room, Topic and I New Nations To Be on Thursday. She and her hus. i '

Building Fun d. Members ClinicThe Topic Of Study For band, the Rev. Nave, worked complete
the Methodist Board of
'I through
please attend this
Important Lindsey with
Mims Methodists Mission In India. She III
meeting the public is welcome. weekly Garden Clinic' for w
and show slides of their Indse SPECIAL
I speak
: ornamental plants will be held
The Church's Mission among work, Including the rehabilitation
Mr and Mrs. Donald Cole of Tuesday morning, from 10 a.m. I CM4lltlllfllnt
New Nations" ls the topic of the I of Uxlhlpur Institute In. frump**
until noon, at the County CourtHouse
IN THE: CIRCtTIT COt'RT or study to begin Tuesday night at dia's Pioneer Industrial TrainIng .
THB NINTH: JimiOUl In Titusville
f'PIT IH AND rOR BRKVARD CIR- the Mims Methodist Chuch: The School. ,
rorNTY. FLORIDA Everyone Is welcome to sessions will begin at 7'30 on I tw OPEN
N.IN.. (:a HANCKRr lIlT'Nonc bring any plant problems they Tuesday, Thursday and the fob Charles Forman's book The M r

II; or tUlU.U.OU I may have said S. A. ROM, Assistant lowing Tuesday, Nov 10, 12, and Nation and the Kingdom, will to I *) '.,.*nalli.d MON.
aU.1I: the thief In addition
renounce Heir
County Agricultural
VICTOR t EBFR. .. TruntMPlaintiff.. i 17 I and
the fUmtitrlpn. "New Nation
..' I Agent. The crux of the Inquiry will 'hallenge Chrtotlanlty" and'Face yEt.'TIL.

Delaware 1IRKIBr: corporation.CORPORATION. GARDEN CIRCLE TO MEET i be what happens In the life and I to the Future" will be I
.NOTICE 11 IWfnrtunt" thought of the churches of African shown on Nov 10, and 17, respectively ,
HFRERT: !: GIVENpuriuanl t
In Final l 1>ec:..... of forrrlnmira Poinsettia Garden Circle will and Asian Christians as they On Sunday evening. G Slyt.d f SS.t

'It 'oboo,.ntnd 1M4, and on *the. amrmlrdth IIh: tear an of meet at the home of Mrs. Elmer 1 experience the drive for nationhurt. I at 7 30. a color movie about the I "

.* :3Mk rir. of Ortohor. .... >... Since 1)40 the concept ol ChrlHtlans In new nations will\ be
1X08!! Hamlin CL jn
areal I. (. No. 2111I71 In 'iu> M, I
rult Court of the Ninth Judir'.ltyrrpit R. Independence has spurred the ,, shown I
I* and for Br.vard Count Wednesday at 2pm revolution In which 52 J
: new An Invitation tn the sewiunn In La Mirlck Style l Permanent Wavts
riorld, no. Truitor whorHn li VICTOR Plaintiff, I. KRPR and A. Cutter will be co-hostess tlons have emerged. na'i! extended to all who are Interested t among the world's finest

KIRKEBT. CORPORATION.. a Mrs. W Sumner Ferguson ls I Mrs. J. W Nave. of t
))00 lawar eorooratlon. )I. D>f *d-
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I VA Forsees Flood Of NSLI ApplicationsThe siM r

Veterans Administration er veterans who believe they lag commercial urance at the The policyholder has the op
Is preparing to handle next may be eligible full explanatory highest rates. tion at that time to restore the
May's flood of applications for material and application forms I! Higher premiums will be full amount of coverage by .
the reopening of National ServIce will be on hand at the St. Petersburg charged those veterans in group purchasing ordinary life insurance
Life Insurance as providedfor VA Regional Office by two and three. In all cases, the without medical examination. Coupon Special Good Thru WednesdaySWIFT'S
In the bill President: Johnson April, 1965. premium rates will cover administrative --
signed Into law, Oct 13, Col. No applications can be accepted costs as well as the
W H. BoshoCf, Veterans Sere before May 1, 1965. Because i policy value. i ICE CREAM
ice Officer, for Brevard County, of this, the VA requeststhat The new policies will be Issued Sales
reported today. veterans do not write, at low non-dividend premiums Tax Nets
Boshoff said phone or call for applications until which will compare favor Famous Gold Crest
that more than!I r after April 1, 1965. ably with the net cost of World
three million Persons now on active duty War II GI Insurance. $$18.9 Million I "j 1/2 Gallon 5 3 e
veterans wit:[) with the Armed Forces and certain In addition to- the- reopening ... '1
service con f Philippine veterans are not OfSLIih new law allows TALLAHASSEE (AP) The ASSORTED FLAVORS
reeled eligible to take part In the Insurance veterans who already hold existing state sales tax poured $18.' million e
ties, and an unknown reopening World War II or Korean into the COUPONEXTENSION ,
In October
number ......rr Expenses of all medical examinations Conflict type term policies to ,
who up to now have not applied that may be required convert to a modified life plan. a gain of 13 per cent over the CORD a
for service connection but can must be borne by the applicant, The one-year time limit does not comparable month last year,
do so In order to obtain Insurance Boshoff said. apply to this provision. The VA Revenue Commissioner J. Ed
may now be eligible to To buy this Insurance the vet' plans to notify all term policy Straughn reported Thursday. Full 1-e. k.mkMImtloi ) ... e
buy up to $10,000 In permanentGI eran must* holders of this new modified V ..... wen triple 2 3
Insurance coverage a. Have been originally eligible plan at the time of their renew He said collections boosted to I ..ttet-A ....... fit 0.
In addition, another unknown Life $781 million the an"wit of
for National Service Insurance alThis mon limit, t with, tnfn> thru ttf.tf. 11/11) .r
number of veterans whose disabilities (NSLI) between Oct 8, plan Is an Inducement to ey the three per it levy be-
are not service connected 1940, and Jan. 1, 1957. term policy holders to convertto produced for' state since
may also be able to pur. b. Have now either no GI insurance a lifetime level premium plan COUPON
July, start of V business
chase up to $10,000 In coverage. or less than the $10,000In ,before the premiums on renewable jrrent -
They may do this under termsof authorized coverage. term Insurance become prohibitive year. This U a gain of $11 WILD BIRD FEED
the new law on or after May c. Be In one of the following with increasing age. million over 1963-64 and the result Ub iLT
I, 1955, and before May S, 19M, three groups Some three million NSLI polIcy of tax increases voted ly
e VA pointed out. ((1) Veterans with service-con holders still hold term Insurance the last legislature. Jumbo S-Ib. bag
The VA Is planning before nected disabilities who meet policies,the VA reports. 'I' --- 'TiI>> r.k1.Aua4 choice bird tad 29C
May 1, 1985, to mail full details standards of good health; (2)) The advantage of this new Gasoline tax Income In October Re,. 48cLimit tr
and application forms to all vet Veterans whose service connected modified plan Is that it permits was $11.2 million, a drop of TROUBLES, TROUBLES H. G. Bartlett, white ( t wlM MUM* thra ..... 11/11)
erans receiving monthly compensation disabilities alone do not conversion to permanenttype '1414,783 from October of last shirt and all, is shown as he tries to unclog the drain
permit them to meet standardsof Insurance at lower premium The five cent tax
payments. year. per on ditch his home. The
age near ditch "fills in" after D]
Those veterans whose disabilities good health; ((3)) Veterans rates than possible before, sports goods brought in $111,399, __ COUPON _
are service connected but whose nonservice connected but the face value of the policy a jump of 200 per cent over collections every rain and causes minor flooding along the
who are not drawing compensation disabilities as of Oct. 13, 1964, will be automatically reduced by for the comparablemonth road. Bartlett, who lives at 241 Olmstead, said that MENNEN a
win not be Included this the date the bill was signed Into 50 per cent when the Insured last year when the tax he has asked the city to correct the problem but DEODORANT
mailing. For these, and for,ott tow, prevente4 them from buy reaches the age of 65. was Just going Into effect just cannot seem to get any results.-S-A Photo.
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Think young Then your only problem COUPONNeoSynephrine
is which Chrysler to choose.

Each of the seventeen beautiful a
models In our showrooms has

V \ something very special to offer. Nose

There are seven economical 1% C
Newports. Each one has eighteenfeet Rag.
t of comfort, two tons of seecuritY
383 cubic Inches of V8 mina t wltlt _. Mw .... 11111)
power Priced just a few dollars a
4 h month more than some popular COUl'OEVEN.FLO
smaller cars.

Five fiery 300s. The big car with NURSING
: the sports.bred look. The quickest UNITS

l . ..' .... + +.P Chrysler of them all. e
Five New Yorkers. More luxury .c..p.. ....
than most luxury cars. 2 2tor25c
'I. _.. We've got 'em all The most
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: I Want To Lose Weight! Safely! flower.Rat bananas apples grapes, Winn-Dixie Records FISH FRY

and other sweetened fruit sparingly Sales Increase
al; I Rant to baw a streamlined The American Dietetic Asoo- Non caloric: sweeting
I figure and safeguard yon r elation lists several proposals agents and three teaspoons or \VtM-Dixte Stores, Inc. operating ALL YOU
health against diseases caused for better menu planning. less of fat or oil per day will 6M supermarkets In this
by overweight* A pint of whole milk to ac- also reduce calories. Use potatoes and CAN 9 7c
area throughout the South, EAT
The key to achieving and keep- rpUbte for adatts. A pint of bread, and cereals with
tog a phasing figure is to improve skim or non-fat dry milk, however discretion. recorded a 991 per cent sales
I your eating habits, according may be substituted, sinceit Apparent weight kiss may take Increase during the four week
to nutritionists with the contains only half as many as much as one to one and one- period ended Oct. 17. Cole Slaw-French Fries-Hush
Florida Agricultural Extension calories as whole milt half weeks but after that you The volume was $49,071297 Puppy
x i Service. I Vegetables selected from the may expect to lose one to one compared with 144,666,077 during EVERY WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY
I They stress that you can lose are especially and one-half pounds weekly' With.
I weight safely and comfortably low In caloric group value: Asparagus, out endangering your health. ,the corresponding! period 1 last
j without drugs or starvation broccoli, carrots green beans, Nutrients suggest writing to year an Increase of $4,466.230.
methods. kale squash spinach, turnip ADA for a free copy of Its book.I Sales for the 16 week period RIVERVIEW RESTAURANT
11 r It's those extras that you eat greens lettuce, and other ''let. "The Best of Health to You. ended Oct. 17 were $motS,403compared
I but don't need that put, on those greens, tomatoes, celery, cucumbers IThe address is* American DIetetic -I with 1256,75828 arise 2004 S. Washington AnD lie
I extra pounds. Reduce calories beets, cabbage egg. I : Association ((130 N Mkhl- $14,335,182\ or S.S3 percent
but don't sacrifice essential nutrients plant, onions rutabagas cauli 'gas Avenue Chicago. 111., 60611.
I such as proteins.. vitamins
I and minerals.
To help resist the midmorning!
snack start the day with a ,..el.

balanced breakfastSeminar ;1 I IMorton

,. t-lt Haled t

,, l. t.r: On MotorVehicle
--- it
CUTS CAKE-Mrs. E. H. Ashcraft, an employee of 0 di
Citizens Bank a major stockholder and member of TitlesThe
the board of directors plus the widow of the first i .i
president and founder of the bank and a past presi Cocoa Merritt Island
dent herself cuts cake with President Bill Nevins, New Car Dealers Association Is :
at the bank's 30th anniversary party TuesdayS sponsoring a Special Seminar on
Photo. Motor Vehicle Titles on Tuesday
Nov. 10, at 7.30: pm. The ,
meeting will be held on the Elks ; : =r::. :,k&tl Niahiii I' / r ss
Club building Corner of Florida '
t Avenue (Old U. S. 1) and Oleander .
;1 In Downtown Cocoa.
I':I?. ,. 1 It" John Calvin Title and Lie ft : -
:.JJ Clerk from the Motor Vehicle
; (( Commission, Tallahassee, and
Marko Galbreath, Region Supervisor .
for the Motor Vehicle
I If Ii | Commission, Daytona Beach, w
"'( '.9 .#' will be featured speakers and
available to handle any questions
on title and lien proced

F ures.Persons interested in knowIngmore PIES Fresh Pork HAM
about title work are invited
to attend this meeting. Thereis OFemily
no charge and no reglstra
lion required. 2 9J
New regulations pertaining to =ix Whole
titles will be discussed and

should make worthwhile.title people' attendance or Half 9 I. 5

l yrA'.iJ iL1JT1iIIii]
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S 1 Beautify Your APPLES


30 YEARS-Jim Hawkins, right, was honored on Eliminat4Paint Backbones LI 49x(
Tuesday, during Citizens Bank's 30th anniversaryparty Grapefruit
on completion of 30 years of service with the Costs QUARTER PORK LOIN SLICED INTO
bank. He was presented a gold wrist watch in honorof With'Aluminum
the occasion. S-A Photo, Pork Chops LI. 5 9'

Race Track Tax 'Checks 1n Mail C.II U7-345S Tdr Siding 5 te.6Ac. 49 ,. t

State Comptroller Ray E. Green said the payment Is
Green reported today checks $1,000 more than each county Settles Roofing t
for $31.000 are being mailed to received for the same period W.r.h.us.-1004 PIM TASTE O SEA
each of the 67 counties as their last year. The tax produced the RIGHTS RESERVED
share of the first payment of the largest return to the counties SfMcltllilnf In Fish Sticks 3 Wl.EXTTR I. PRICES GOOD THRU NOVEMBER lint .
race track tax fund for the cur. last year when total payments MNI TMNI. M/I YII' r IN1I
rent fiscal period. reached -- ---------------- ---- --
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with nfiM-trpt hats( *|*,'lc,' 39 49/141Au19f 79/239

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I VA Forsees Flood Of NSLI Applications

The Veterans Administration er veterans who believe they Ing commercial insurance at the The policyholder has the op.
Is preparing to handle next may be eligible, full explanatory highest rates. lion at that time to restore the a
Maya flood of applications foe: material and application forms Higher premiums will be full amount of coverage by
the reopening of National Service will be on hand at the St. Petersburg charged those veterans In group purchasing ordinary life insurance .
Life Insurance as provided VA Regional Office by two and three. In all cases, the without medical examina Coupon Specials Good Thru WedneadaySWIFT'S
for in the bill President: Johnson April, 1965. premium rates! will cover administrative tion.
signed into law, Oct 13, Cot. No applications can be accepted costs as well as the
W, H. Boshoff, Veterans Service before May 1, 1965. Because policy value. ICE CREAM (
Officer, for Brevard County, of this, the VA requeststhat The new policies will be issued
reported today. veterans do not write, at low non-dlvidend premiums Sales Tax Nels
Boshoff said phone or call for applications until which will compare favor. Famous Gold Crest
that more than after April 1, 1965. ably with the net cost of World
three nUWoo' Persons now on active duty War II GI Insurance.In $$18.9 Million V2 Gallon 5 3 C
veterans with: with the Armed Forces and certain addition to the reopening
service con. Philippine veterans are not of NSLI, the new law allows TALLAHASSEE (AP) The ASSORTED FLAVORS .
netted Usabili eligible to take part in the Insurance veterans who already hold ex. state sales tax poured $18.9 mil. .
ties, and an unknown tt. reopening. istlng World War II or Korean COUPONEXTENSION :
lion into the in October
number n...." Expenses of all medical examinations Conflict type term policies to treasury I
who up to now have not applied that may be required convert to a modified life plan. a gain of 13 per cent over the CORD
for service connection but can must be borne by the applicant, The one-year time limit does not comparable month last year,
do so in order to obtain Insurance Boshoff said. apply to this provision. The VA Revenue Commissioner J. Ed .
may now be eligible to To buy this insurance the veteran plans to notify all term policyholders Straughn reported Thursday hit *. .ItI.. e
buy up to $10,000 in permanent must: of this new modified I I. < r4 wiN/ hlpl.I 2 3
GI insurance coverage. a. Have been originally eligible plan at the time of their renewal He said collections boosted to I I ..tlef-A ....... lit 4)(.
In addition, another unknown for National Service Life In, $78.1 million the air-wit of mon Limit t with .*>fm Him w.... 11/11) 'w
number of veterans whose disabilities surance (NSLI) between Oct. 8, This plan is an inducement to ey the three per It levy has .
are not service con 1940, and Jan. 1, 1957.b. term policy holders to convertto produced for state since '
nected may also be able to purchase Have now either no GI Insurance I a lifetime level premium plan + COUPON ,
up to $10,000 in coverage. or less than the $10,000$ before the premiums on renew. July, start of t' orrent business pa
They may do this under termsof In authorized coverage. able term Insurance become pro year. This It a gain of $11 4, iz : j jtI WILD/ BIRD FEED !
the new law on or after May C. Be in one of the following hibitive with increasing age. million over 1963-64 and the result p I I
I, 1985, and before May S, 1968, three groups Some three million NSLI policy of tax increases voted l.y A Jumbo S Ib. /
e VA pointed out. (1)) Veterans with service-con holders still hold term Insurance the last legislature. bag
choice bird food
The VA Is planning before nected disabilities who meet policies,the VA reports. 29C
May I, 1965, to mall full details standards of good health; (2)) The advantage of this new Gasoline tax income in ,October R.g. 48ealmlt 4
and application forms to all veterans Veterans whose service connected modified plan is that it permits was $112 million, a drop of TROUBLES, TROUBLES H. G. Bartlett, white d t with WIM* thru w.... 11/11) r'
receiving monthly compensation disabilities alone do not conversion to permanenttype $414,783 from October of last shirt and all, is shown as he tries to unclog the drain
payments. permit them to meet standards Insurance ,at lower premium year. The five per cent tax on age ditch near his home. The ditch "fills in" after
Those veterans whose disabilities of good health; ((3)) Veterans rates than possible before, sports goods brought in $111,399, -
are service connected but whose nonservlce connected 'but the face value of the policy a jump of 200 per cent over collections every rain and causes minor flooding along the :
who are not drawing compensa disabilities as of Oct. 13, 1964, will be automatically reduced by for the comparablemonth Toad. Bartlett, who lives at 241 Olmstead, said that iiNHENDfg gNT 9
lion win not be included in this the date the bill was signed into 50 per cent when the insured last year when the tax he has asked the city to correct the problem but
nailing. For these, and for oth law, prevente4 them from buy. reaches the age of (5. was ]just going Into effect Just cannot seem to get any results.-S-A Photo.

a 3.0i. Spray 59limit ||
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<: urns I mtk M>_ ion w.d. 11/11)

Think youngl Then your only problem wyfTtfU COUPONNeoSynephrine a
( Is which Chrysler to choose.
Each of the seventeen beautiful
models In our showrooms has
something very special to offer Nose
There are seven economical 1%
Newports. Each one has eighteen Ii a.,.
i feet of comfort, two tons of se.
curity, 383 cubic Inches of V-8 ILIMIt I with __ "'.. 11sncotrnoNNURSIN
; power. Priced just a few dollars a
) l month more than some popular
smaller cars.
Five fiery 300s. The big car with G
U w I II the sports-bred look. The quickest tTtnrLu UNITSe..pl.f.

< . '" .. Chrysler of them alb o
Five New Yorkers. More luxury Unit
., than most luxury cars. 4-0 *. Ita-0I. 2 for 25ca.e

We've got 'em all. The most
.. beautiful Chryslers ever built. M1irnif I riM__ ion 11111'
Come in today and just try to

'." .resist 'em. COUPON

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: . 'I: 65
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I Want To Lose Weight Safely! flower Eat banana apples, grapes Winn-Dixie Records FI5H FRY

and other sweetened' fruit sparIIIIIY. Sales Increase .
I Wet to hive a streamlined The American Dietetic Aw- Non caloric sweating
,figure and lafegeard yon elation Ms several proeoMta agents and three teaspoons or ton-Dixie Stores Inc, operating AIL YOU
health against diseases causedby for better menu planning lens of fat or oil per day will $M supermarkets' In this
overweight! A ptat of whole milk Is accrptaMe aim reduce calories Use p<+4a- area and throughout the South CAN EAT 9 7c
I The key to achieving and keepIng far adrtte A JUt of toe, bread, and cereals wKadtecretien.
T / a pkaslnj figure Is to improve skim! or non-tat dry milk however recorded a 6M per cent sales!
your eating habits, according :- may be SHbettarted, ttace Apparent weight loss may takeas increase during the four week
to nutritionists wKh the lit contaIN only half as many much as one to one and one- period ended Oct. 17. Cole Slaw-French Fries-Hush
Florida Agricultural Extension calories as whole ml*. half weeks but after that you The volume was ft9Wl,297 Puppys
,Service I Vegetables selected from the may expect to lire one to one compared with 164,606.077 during EVERY WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY
They stress that you can lose following group are ecpeclally and one-half pounds weekly with
weight safely and comfortably low In caloric virus: Asparagus, out endangering your health. the corresponding period last
without drugs or ,starvation Nutrients year, an Increase of $4,468,130.
broccoU carrots, green beans lIg8lTttiRg to!
methods. kale, squash spinach, turnip ADA for a free- copy of Its book I Ijll't Sales tor the 16 week period RIVERVIEW RESTAURANT
It's those extras that you fat greens, lettuce, and other "The Best of Health to You. I ended Oct 17 were $m.O S,4e3
but don need that put on those greens tomatoes celery. cucumbers The address is: American Die compared with $..168,_ a 2004 S. Washington Avenue
extra pounds. Reduce calories, beets, cabbage, eggplant I tetic Association 620 N, Michigan rise of 14JJ5,1M or JM percent
but don't sacrifice essential nutrlentt -. onions,, rutabagas, cauli Avenue, Chicago. Ill, 60611. .
ouch ai proteins. vlta
min, and minerals.To .
help resist the midmornIngsnack
start the day with a ,,-eU.
balanced breakfastSeminar

Y t Slated 2.t4sLo

: On Molor .! iElEf4'EI : 4

CUTS CAKE-Mrs. E. H. Ashcraft, an employee of
Citizens Bank, a major stockholder and member of Vehicle Titles
the board of directors, plus the widow of the first
president and founder of the bank and a past presi- The Cocoa Merritt Island
dent herself, cuts cake with President Bill Nevins.at New Car Dealers Association Is''
the bank's 30th anniversary party Tuesday.. sponsoring a Special Seminar on
Motor Vehicle Titles on Tucs
-S-A Photo. day Nov 10, at 7:10: p.m. The ElliE.r : .. 00 STOWOJ E i f 1iiii({ !
meeting will be held on the Elks ;
Club building Corner of Florida
Avenue (Old U. S. 1)) and Oleander .
in Downtown Cocoa.
: : jJI John Calvin, Title and Lie t n
Clerk from the Motor Vehicle
11\0 ,. '. Commission, Tallahassee, and
Marko Calbrealh, Region! Supervisor .
for the Motor Vehicle

,, I Commission, Daytona Beach, 1M ,
(.,.9. vi will be featured speakers and t
available to handle any flues -
None title and lien
on proced
i Morton FrozenPUMPKIN

..1I ores.Persons interested In knowing! PIES Fresh Pork HAM
more about title work are invited i
to attend this meeting. There OFe
is no charge and no registra
tlon required.New ily 291
regulations pertaining to Size Whole
titles will be discussed and
T A should make title people' attendance or Half 9
.. 3S itj worthwhile


I Let Us. LB.

4T Beautify Your

Home and ORANGES

30 YEARs-Jim Hawkins, right, was honored on EliminatePJint Backbones u49xQUARTtR
Tuesday during Citizens Bank's 30th anniversaryparty Grapefruit
on completion of 30 years of service with the Costs PORK LOIN SLICED INTO !'
I bank. He was presented a gold wrist watch in honorof With'Aluminum
the occasion S-A Photo PorkChopsL.591,

'Race' Track Tax Checks'In,' Mail call 247.3422Settles Tdty Siding 5 SAC u.; 49 I. w t

State Comptroller Ray E. i Green said the payment Is
Green reported today checks $5,000 more than each county Roofing t
for $3>,000 are being mailed to received for the same period Warh VM 1004 Pin.SA.It.lldns TASTE 0' SEA
1 each of the 67 counties as their last year. The tax produced the QUANTITY RIGHTS. RESERVED
share of the first payment of the largest return to the counties In Fish Slicks 3 8-01$1$ PRICES GOOD THRU NOVEMBER IITH
ROOFING SIDING .. ..,. ...
race track tax fund for the current last year when total payments .INNII N.r. IN Nr I
fiscal period. reached 234000. -
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Cook to perfection while the ".lire NM.ra/ tea .' _.... 'I'n "'-'
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reduction (fourth major t p/orlr 434 .c- I M NI.Se4w Plow's Callow = /. L ii. WD SwcN c-- C) ttr....hen c--: /doe seed QueIIIor

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They left In September, but
I.R.C Artists brand-new citizen last Wednes- before they left they purchased I

The Side-walk Art Festival, I day, Nov. 5, in the person of a Mercedes Benz car from dealer to
sponsored by the Indian Giver I day, Nov. 4, in the person of In Stuttgart them there.
be delivered to
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;:: ) The first are excellent picture shows the .. young 2:39 p.m.man at Jess was Parrish Memorial then on to Stuttgart where .....:Jr.
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child and the fifth son of the them.
205 Indian River Avenue, on the
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resident of this city, normallyis ts is president for the ensuing sea They then went to Antwerp,
an Insurance executive but son. He Is busy recruiting umpires Belgium, where they shipped -- -
:.;.:: be loves to paint and has been managers, a field maintenance the car back home to the States.
painting for many years. man, official scorekeepers They then went back to Amsterdam
,:.;:: Ruth Robins lives at 140 Moon and a grounds keeper. Holland, where they DISH CLOTNSPKG.
'i :Road, and has been resident :
a ; Plans are in the making for caught another Pan American
here since 1945. For two years three fields this coming season. plane back to New York and OF 3REG.
she went to Brevard Junior For further particulars, call then returned home. .
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sees, and both began painting too Cleveland Road, entertained
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1 J: afternoon, Nov. 11 at 200 p.m. LOCAL ARTISTS Participating in and Mrs Ruth Robins, right. In top .
In the Civic Center for their the Sidewalk Art Festival, sponsoredby photo Mr. and Mrs. Whitaker kneel in 1.

regular Mrs. Carl monthly Jackson meeting the IRC Woman's Club, at Indian front of his work and Mrs. Robins in JOHNSON'S LIQUID
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I Monday, Nwmtor ', 1H4 Tltwivllle (Ptorlda) S .r.AcI".CI" Pi.0 tHarrump

ginifl Cocoa Takes County Lead

I wirn4 Tigers Roaring Loud

Cocoa High rumbled to I 74 Friday's most important con Satellite Beach before Friday towards the touchdown drive. die from the 12 for their first
I. liwse victory over Melbourne: Cocoa test as far as the County was the only undefeated He then carried around right score. Eau Gallte accomplished

Beach upset Eau Gallic and Championship Is concernedwas ttam In Brevard with a winning end seven yards for the touch- the on-sides kick in the fourth
This thing called football The man who Satellite Beach was knocked off Cocoa's win over Mel down. quarter, and recovered on them
invented it should be put before a firing squad. the nest Friday as the 1964 football bourne. This eliminated the streak totaling five games and An extra point kick by Jerry 43. After an exchange of the

It's good for one thing, making liars out of honest rush to the county champ field of possible winners to only one measley tie. However, St. Lee gave St. Augustine the lead ball Cocoa Beach settled down,
enduring, and loveable sports writers. Jonshlp travels Into Its final two, Cocoa and Satellite. Augustine's powerful Bobby and a victory ran back an Eau Callie punto to

Someone should have come along with bright stages Cocoa combined a jarring Bergmann personally handedthe Cocoa Beach politely shoved the EG 29, Nichols carried
idea, like that of abolishing boxing. But like a the real The Tigers won sole possession ground attack and clutch passes Scorpions the first loss of Eau Gallle Into last place In the across from short yardage to
sports they are boxing and of first place la Brevard from quarterback Billy Mc- the year, a 7-5 heartbreaker, county football race with a 12-' give the Minutemen their first
! from the fan's, will not be whisked with the Melbourne victory, Knight to keep the Tigers drive knocking Satellite out of the top win on Cocoa's Provost Field. Intra-county victory, with 1.36:
eye just because some sports writers always however their final test of going In the first half. Cocoa's 20 In the Miami Herald's prep Cocoa Beach completely dominated left In the game.Standings.
I appear to come out on the weak end of the stick. strength and power Is expectedto first score came In the opening AA poll play in the second half

, ':; Who would think Cocoa High, a team that finished come Friday night when Cocoa quarter when McKnight plunged The Scorpions added their first and came up with two fourth
: ,.< '. with a 1-7-1 record last year, might do better under dif meets Satellite Beach. This across from the one yard line talley In the final half, after period touchdowns to pull the
j ferent circumstances this season. This corner for one, game should decide the county with 1:46: minutes left. quarterback Erroll Potter bit upset ..
I didn't think it could be done. Already, because of foot- championship. Melbourne moved 50 yards In on two successful passes to All in the ... -ale w.1.xT. L... .1"
scoring came sec.one
: balls unpredictable bounces Tltusvilla remained In third place Satellite within knocking; Cooo e ea.t.11ll.
it has made us look like a 14 plays picking up four first half. C
real place after resting through an distance from the 11. Ray Yerg
stupe. Can't even fake it Cocoa TllVirtll 1C.u.
any more. now, hasa I I
downs In their touchdown drive Eau Gallle'i ClIve Calloway, Milboum
date schedule 11 *
fine open on the picked up the remaining
looking record, something to the effect of 620. .. "' .011 S 4 Itw
of the best
Not a bad season, considering all the sharpening up for the Satellite which ended midway through yards on two separate runs of possibly one open : o.nl. 1 4 CALL
, ". possibilities of it Beach contest here Friday night the third period. The first nine yards and three yards. A field runners In the county, cut
they being have worse.4-0 To record make inside things look even worse for us, Melbourne dropped to fourth Reeves to Cilliam aerial kept pass for the extra point attempt around end from the EG 44 and ... 04Ma5T ... I... TI.t
a Brevard. and Cocoa Beach's 12.7 victoryover the drive moving from the 23 to failed, but at that time Satellite rolled 56 yards for the touch- 5.1.110. : I ITltunll1.
Then, of course, who would stop long enough to Eau Gallie places the Commodores the Cocoa I and Reeves later held a 64 leadBergmann down. ('flee. 1 I

search through a clouded, foggy, and half empty brain In a surprising last hit CUUam with another pass for carried the ban Cocoa Beach's Craig Nicholshit La bttO'n, I IICocos II 1

to come through with an idea like, Satellite Beach, place. the score seven times, picked up 52 yards Verne Thortsen over the mid- 5 .011 e e II

.. .. Florida, home of the Scorpions, a football team for only
three years, might win the county championship.
Y. ,_ n _
.. u was stated, ui this corner, oy crackle, and we deserve -
v a small pat on the back, that Satellite Beach would I Boslon Celtics On Win Streaky .

I' be the darkhorse in Brevard, but that they wouldn't win
Junior Teams Take
: the county championship.Already Parkway High THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sunday but the Royals threw

r look at us. Trying to find a place to hide. The Boston Celtics' cham.plomhlp quite a scare Into the Celts before -
Doggoned, if Satellite Beach is not knocking a hole express hasnl been derailed going down.
right through the door, which seems to be opening wider yet and will 10 straight Boston held a 24-poInt margin

,. .. and wider every day towards the puffed Canaveral victories It's headed straight after three periods but Jerry
Trophy. up I for Recordvllle. Lucas, who had 87 points and !8
Another Weekend of Clean

They've Melbourne dumped Melbourne, and Eau Gallic. Course, Sweeps I and The 10th Celtics over the won weekend their ninth and rebounds scored all, II and of Bud his points Olsen,in"who the
and Eau
you say Gallie are just small limbson
final a Royal
are now Just five shy of the period triggered
a big tree. Yes, but that tree is I
now getting smaller
The Junior 1 Yardstick record for const'Cutlve'Ictorle.. rally that nearly pulled It out.
and the only limbs left to climb are those of Titusville Parkway High ed) ; outside the 30-yard stripe got
and Cocoa. Freshmen led by Phil Edwards PJHS CJHS Parkway Smith SS yard loose again and went 72 yards at the start of the season. The Tom Helnsohn saved the Celts
That's who scored of touchdowns 11 First Downs I pass from Hart (Coffey run). for the touchdown but It was mark Is 15 set by Washington In with three vital free throws In
why, the Canaveral Cup, and the title that a pair 213 Rushing Yardage 71 Clearlake Nitkowski 21 brought back upfield because ofa 1948. the final minute to hold Cincinnati
goes along with the trophy, the Brevard County Cham- downed the Clearlake Junior i 14 Passing Yardage SO yard pitchout (run failed). penalty and the run was nullified. Cincinnati, struggling long off. Sam Jones placed Boston
pionship, should be decided this weekend, unless ,of High Ninth Graders 14-7 at Provost 2-8 Passes (corn-all) J-U Parkway Claubaugh JJ yard without Oscar Robertson was with 26 points and Tom Sanders .

course, Titusville spoils the bid. It could very easily Field in Cocoa Saturday 1 Passes Int. By 1 run (run failed). Clearlake got on the scoreboard the Celtics' latest victim 1M-103 added 19.

happen. afternoon. 1 Fumbles Lost 1 Yardstick late In the final quarter On the West Coast, the San]

J Z:, If, Satellite Beach knocks off Cocoa Friday night, The Pirates after recoveringa 60 Yards Penalized 20 PJHS CJHS when Gibson, their halfback Parkway 110 0-12 Francisco Warriors took 70-H
tom. that puts the Cup in a two-way tie for first. The Scorpions 1-39 Punts J-27 4 First Downs 11 galloped 43 yards around left Clearlake 0 0 0 .- S halftime lead and went on toe
have only to get past Titusville then, and their fumble on their own 42 went 89 Ribbing Yardage 142 end for the score. The run for Scoring: Parkway Kyle 15 130-121 triumph over the Hen
i? path is clear. 58 yeards in nine plays earlyin Eighth trade 82 Passing Yardage 87 the point after touchdown was yard run (run failed). York Knlcks.

But, if the Terriers decide to get stubborn, which is, I' the opening quarter. The climax Parkway 21 Ckarlake. 12 2PasSfS (com aU) 723 short and the final score was Parkway Rogers 15 yard

in this corners belief, more than possible to happen, grab of the drive was a five yard Parkway Junior High Eighth 1 Passes Int. By 0 12- with the Pirates chalking run (run failed). A GAME FOR DAMES
0 Fumbles Lost 2 ClearlakeGIbson 43 yard
Sunday derby fans because quarterback sneak by Phil Ed- Grade up their fifth win against no
your you've got a two way took advantage of three
10 Yards Penalized failed .
tie again, for the County title Something the three county wards. The big ball carrier of long scoring plays to down the 20 defeats. The Pirates will end run (run ) COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -
newspapers had never thought would happen. the drive was Kleth Scraggswho deai-Iake Rockets 20-12. This I 4-lft Punta UISav"th their football campaign next Yardstick Jerry Walks Is the new assistant

However, since the newspapers, don't think it will made 37 yards in three victory boosts the eighth grad Orade Saturday against Southwest at Pills CJHS dean of men at Capital Unlveni
and plays. Ronnie Clover added the ers worksheet to 4-1 this 10 o'clock in the morning at I First Downs 7 Ity, but one of his tint ventures
happen, we're going to take a ride on our backs year.
own extra point on a run throughthe The Pirates got on the score- The Parkway Junior High Melbourne 1S( Running Yarkage 151 bad to do with coeds. Walks\
now, we'll predict Cocoa to win the County trophy. middle of the Clearlake line board mid-way in the first Seventh Grade scored twice In Bob Kyle was the big Individual 0 Pausing Yardage 0 who coached at Ohio University
Which means, the Tigers will beat Satellite Beach for a and as the quarter ended Park when Cleariake punted to quarter the the first half on the running of ball-carrier of the game as 00 Passes (com-att) 04 and MuHklngum. explained font
",;::0, clean sweep of the Brevard County teams, including the way led 7-0. Pirate nine where Jimmy Hart Bob Kyle and Don Rogers to I he carried the ball seven times 0 Pauses Int. By 0 ball to the girls during a special .
""" two teams we had pictured as the powers, Titusville In the second quarter Clear hauled! in the ban and raced 'I I down the Rockets of Clearlake for 120 yards or 17.2 yards I 0 Fumblei Lout 1 "The Came to a Dam1
; and Melbourne. lake threatened in the dosingminutes yards down the side line for the Junior High School lad In junior I carry 40 Yards Penalized! 20 I night on the cut aids Columbus
Yes, we hate to jog readers memories but that's how when they drove all the high grid action Saturday mornInir Score by Quarters: 2-20 Punts 1-32 campus.
I score. Mike added the
:: Coffey extra At Provost Field In nrwn _____ _____ ____ _____
they are supposed to end up. Titusville in first place. way u> the Plate six but the point to give the pirates a -' t1r- nn
It could be said we were prejudice, because we big Pirate defense stiffened and 7-0 quarter advantage over the receiving the opening
ended the threat. Rockets.In kickoff the Pirates drove M
were predicting to win the title. There was
some prejudice showing but not enough. The Terriers At the end of the half the Pirates the second quarter Clear- yards In four plays to take a
first ,.G lead.
seemed a real likely pick, one with substantial backing were leading the Clearlake lake got on the Scoreboard on a quarter Bob Kyle .

enough almost to throw 5-1 odds in their favor. Rockets 7-0. six yard pass play from quay a scored run through for the the Nil right grldders side on of 'N :
The Pirates got on the scoreboard terback McKnIght to halfback J "w l [ iiitt1ehy
Not Titusville's
reserve players, who up .again in the third quay Pierce. The touchdown drive the Clearlake Une from the 15.
through this writing, along with the first stringers, have ter when Phil Edwards scampered started on the Pirate 38 and It The outstanding play of this
accounted for victories, but if the Terriers could have 20 yards around right end took the Rockets 11 plays to opening drive was s 41 yard run
..: kept that starting eleven on the gridiron field, instead behind beautiful blocking for tho march the 62 yards The run by Kyle. The run for extra little will add
'. :: of the sidelines, viewing through broken arms, and collar touchdown. The touchdown drive for the extra point failed and point failed. up
bones, and looking between sprained ankles and had started on the Parkway 37 the score at the end of the half In the second quarter Don

twisted knees, there's no telling what the outcome would after they received the opening was Parkway 7, Clearlaks .. Rogers went IS yards around
have been. kickoff of the second half. The The Pirates wasted' no Urns right end on the very first playto to a lot of happiness for you1!
of this touchdown drive make the score 12-. The run
From a statistical and factual standpoint, Titusville, big play getting another score In for the point after touchdownwas
at the first of the season had all the ingredients needed was a 21 yard run by Peter the third quarter. After receiving short. This drive started
Evans. Tommy Hawk added the the opening kickoff of the
for an unopposed county season. They had returning, an late In the first quarter when t
extra half
point.Clearlake on the third play from
all-county center, all-county quarterback, all-county mid got on the scoreboard Sid Jointer recovered: a dear-
scrimmage Jimmy Hart
dle guard and all-county halfback. Plus, add to that some on the last play of t" e Kim Smith who, was passedto wide lake fumble at the Parkway 21. ,
new transfer students and several for It took/ the Pirates only four !
Jayvees just ripe game when John Hendly caught open for 55 yards and the touch
plays to march the 7t yards with
picking. a Bill Spillman touchdown pass down. Mike Coffey added the
Combine, multiply and subtract, and it leads to only for six yards and the score. point after touchdown on a run. the big plays, 43 and II yards
.. one answer, the best team in Brevard. None of that has Spillman added the extra point Clearlake scored In the third runs by Kyle and Rogers' touchdown

happened. Not now at least. It's impossible for the Ter. on a run. The final score was quarter also when, they took advantage run.
Late In the second
riers to win the Cup. This year they have only one defeat Parkway 14, Clearlake 7. of a poor Parkway punt Clearlake threatened quarter
having a
and one loss inside the county. Satellite Beach and Ronnie Newton played SJ out which went seven yard The first and goal situation at the
Cocoa are undefeated. standing game for the Piratesas scoring play was a 21 yard
Parkway six but the Pirate defense
he ran 73 yards on an end pitchout around end with Wit-
sweep for a touchdown but a kowski carrying the ball. The got stingy with yardageand
clipping penalty against the Pirates run for the point after was kept the Rockets to s net ..
Coral Gables Leads Florida'sClass nullified Newton's ran. short and u the third quarter yardage of one yard In four

This win boosts the Pirates' sea. ended the Pirates held a slim playa I
to'-) and their 14-12 Late ta the third quarter Mike
coal record lead over the Oeartake
AA Schools Cocoa 18th three-year record to 1M. Two Rockets.On Ball who has scored In every

games remain In their way, of a the second play of the final I l previous game on a run from 9 y'
MIAMI (AP) Coral Gables The second 10 of the top 20 perfect ls-0 three year record quarter the Pirates widened 11i1l1A
High School's 8-0-0 football record showed: Fort Lauderdale High, one a Thursday right game their margin to a 20-12 count
this season has contributed 45; Orlando Colonial 40; Jacksonville against Cocoa Beach Nov. 12 when Hal Claubaugh scampered
greatly to placing It in first Lee, 37; Pensacola High: and the other a Friday tilt S3 yards through the middle of TELTHEM O

place in the Miami Herald's 32; Jacksonville Paxon, 30; EdIson against Eau Gallle, Nov. 20. the Cleartaka Une. The run for Mayb s trip ./r..4. fHi.o. a mink i..t. Pmlblyiww :
state standings.The and WUdwood. tied at 28; Both of these games are home the point after was short C or. *ry.no hi his or Mr own M. tJMM. ka
school gleaned 212 points Starke, 22: East Bay. 20; and ball games. Saturday morning the Eighth I Bat '':: / MWM M.*. have fMi In. immMI they
for the lead position over second Palatka Cocoa and Miami Palmetto Score by Quarters: graders will travel to Melbourne lake. MtOMyl I I* the ..me ........ ty.t.mtl', savlnf. my so
place Miami High with 1J6 point tied at 18. Parkway 7 0 7 0-14 to play the Southwest' ABOUT well make. HS* OIMIMNCI between .1"IIttilt.
or bark" or feint whatever H b Mitt wIN make YOU
and a 6-1-0 record. Clearlake 0007-7 Satellites at 11:30: in the morning '""''. Vow .M MO fvr own drum .*mlnf' two, wok
Palm Beach High ranked third Scoring: Parkway- Edwards i' COME by ...... hi the ptt ef yuf uvlepe bank boil
with 138 points and a 7-1-0 show- FOUR HOLDOVERS five yard quarterback sneak Score by Quarters:
Clearwater fourth with Parkway 707 f-20 WAGON OTHER SERVICES
Ing. was DENVER (AP) The Denver (Clover run)
137 points and a 7-0-0 record Broncos opened the 1M4 season Parkway Edwards 20 yard Cleariake 0101-u Sps1 .... sf a ..., 1M IM
while Tampa Robinson, 6-1-0, with only four players from the run Hawk run). Scoring: Parkway Hart 01 .M ante,* kt per annuity. Mere CHECKING ACCTS AUTO lOAtis;
came in fifth with 122. club ta the first year Clear!*** Hendly six yard yard punt return (Coffey run). I II M SMI a*** NriMV
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Huntin' & Fishin' Hunters Urged To

Allenhurst Camp, Last On Ml I Secure Game LicenseHunters

are being urged to nonresident licenses from the chased from any U.S. Post Of. of trouble hunters should:
There's nothing like a weekendof P W *Lc avoid the last minute rush by 17 county Judges this year. fice. Obtain a copy of and became!
fbhlng to make a person familiar with the State and Federal
tor-I { obtaining hunting licenses and Over 40,000 of the hunters win
get all about life in permits well In advance of opening \ also obtain the special hunt To Do hunting rules and regulations. .
don't care what they say Sf '. day of the resident game permits which allow hunting in Things .
Saturday morning we Jogged I animal hunting season. Sea 31 wildlife management areas Always handle firearms In
out to Haulover Fish Camp t >r-/ son opens Nov. 14 In the First supervised by the Commission. & RememberA such a manner that you or other
chatted a while with Mrs. G. A. GNU ,'>>",' ';;'" Second, Fourth and Fifth Conservation Hunting licenses are available people are not endangered.

Shira, learned the trout were ., Districts, and in the from the offices of the county list of "things to do and re Obtain the regular state huntIng -
hitting, not too strong but still, Third District, Nov. 21. Judges. Special: hunt permits are member" for Florida hunters license from a county Judge ,
some nice ones were biting. rJ .rf.: 1 According to A. D. Aldrich, obtained from county ,judges or was issued recently by the and the special hunt area permit

Actually we got started late, : director, Game and Fresh Water at hunt headquarters. Game and Fresh Water Fish in addition to your regular
but, what the heck, it was Saturday ,\; "...r".' Fish Commission, over 170- Duck stamps, needed In addition Commission.In hunting license before enteringany
warm as the first day .., 000 Florida hunters are expect. to hunting licenses for tak the interest of safety, good of the wildlife management '

cf Indian Summer, the River bw 1.J,, ;.z i ed to acquire either and staying out mission.areas supervised by the Com

and Canal were as calm as
frosting on a cake, and all we "ftr.j Buy a duck stamp and write
few hours ; Bowling your name in ink across face
were after was a I.
.At' of stamp before hunting ducksor
away from civilization. But, it : ";. .' '
didn't end up like that. t.. geese.
.; ,.'i Respect the property of oUi-
When a person has Freddie T.....,. Xlte Lady );. I ear and always ask permission
Hutchinson of Oak Hill riding LaOaeeee High Individual. 213. games B.rbar.l I IHI. rlrw- ; before crossing fences or hunting
shotgun, he's bound to com -.: ." ladlvtdual aarieal Eloulae: on private lands.
home with some fish, even if 'rrr"ar' Normal High til.teem lamet Shaffer Plug your shotgun to three-
they're not biting. Hutch' is a Hardware, lit. shell capacity, magazine and
weekend! guide at Haulover, and Agency High.teem XULStandings eerlei Kd: Elttlei chamber combined. i
bringing home fish is as normalas Never use full-jacketed or military
turning off an alarm clock. Team Ibdf.,''. Hardware Weu 33 Leat 1KlaamanCarnenter style cartridge or .22 caJ.ibre
The trout were only biting in 24 STeam rimflre cartridges while
Mo. 3 21 10
spirts. Bunter King li 13 hunting or taking deer or bear.
First Fred moved out of the ". u <1 Mlaalla Liquor It 13 Always check hunting area for
Keel Inauraaoe 1TM 144
canal, into the main body of the Ed Kittle'e Annoy II 13rirat illegal bait and never shoot I
Indian River, stopped alongsideof National'Beak 13 3 birds over baited area

two Islands. Since the wa -.--. ---- _. .--.--,- -..... .. _...w0. 6A -i.-wd COB Car It 15tt 14Mooeettee ITWhatabunrar Never hunt turkey with a dog
ter was somewhat warm, we Llka-Nn Furniture 14 3 13 23 and don't hunt or kill a swim

fished about three feet deep, off GIVES DIRECTIONS-Fred Hutchin. Hughes,. center, while another guide 4 Purple Heart 3 :23 ming deer. "

fishing against the wind, which son, guide at Allenhurst First Camp, looks on.SA Photo. ... Never carry or use a gun witha
:w. MUtdHigh
of the Southwest in the woods
out the
was blowing gives directions to fisherman Ken Individual earlaat Charles light or on
and it took about four Denial, 261, Hhap hapherd. 124. ,water at night
minutes to land the first trout. Along with that, they offer a crowd them out. There's a new, Daniel High 3 Individual 3. 3fhep Ihaphert...rt..: Cbarlae 381.Hlce I Never use artificial light, fire,
We caught three trout in a restaurant, cottage facilities, appears to be a four laned high Cocoa Will HaveA team ewlan T..", Ho. 13. net, trap, snare, poison, salt 1

matter of 15 minutes, and count- grocery store and Just about way going in on AlA, leadingoff 520.High team aerleat Team No. It. .....". ? .0.'" ... ed ourselves lucky, as two boats, anything needed to survive on a U.S. 1 from Volusla county 2343Btandlngai hunt or take game animals or
not 100 yards away, did not geta two or three day fishing trip. and also a new causeway In the (FL. Ball TeamCOCOA T..., W.eaj L... LEAGUE WINNERS Pictured above are the birds.
strike the entire time we Allenhurst, famous for over 40 planning. Work has already : Moo.Hawkins Lodge Coaet Co. 14 23 3Cherrydon 3 winners of the Wednesday Nite Mixed League at Remember not to shoot doe

were there. years, used to be only eight started on surfacing A1A. Al Cocoa will have a Mobil. Homes 1. 13Tltuevllle River Lanes, (left to right) Wayne Stanley, Son' or fawn deer, cub bear, pan.
With Fred, If you don't catcha miles from Tltusvllle, now, it's lenhurst Fish Camp, in other team in the Florida State '* Billiard Pier Parlor 13 134 14 13Sam ya Beddingfield, Marilyn Siems and Way Jones. In ther, snow goose, Ross goose,
fish ever IS minutes, you pick closer to M. Last week, NASA words, has everything to satisfy League for the 1965 season. Foremoat 13 14M.r.hi front is Don Spratt, displaying trophy for high brant, swan, non.game or song
up stakes and move. We left shut off the last remaining roadto fishermen. They might even This was made possible Sunday BTR. Telavlalo Shop' 13 13 14 13 series, game and average birds, Key Deer Everglades
there and fished the Dummlt the moon-port facility of the lend you a tree to get a birds: when directors of the Class Rocket Motor 13 It 12 7 weasel, alligators, mink Ever

Creek for a few minutes, failed MILA project. This not only eye view of launching off Cape A baseball league, meeting in Berber Wlngata Shop Home Quertet 14 ,. ".. .. T.. 1'1. 1..1'. Cltlsen Bank t ZSTltaaillla glades kite, hawk, owl, or ea ,
to stir up anything there then stops fishing on most of the Kennedy Tampa, approved purchase by IV Conat.. ..rvl.... 13 16L.Ora.i. Iil15Individual tams But.cb gle. Such animals are fully I I
moved back toward the canal, but all surf fishing in North the Houston Sports Associationof Mima .Beauty Sarvlcae Salon 10 3% 22Ragln 22%" Manor High. :II"Individual sanest Butch Claeale ....... protected by law.
dropped in on the east side of Brevard, and now, to fish Haul- the franchise which was operated Bay Station S J4sociatlon Rarer 30*, herd High C.Individual Daniel. 228 same a, Ib.. Always look before you shoot.
the river and here's where we over, anglers have to drive all Firestone, IRC End last, season in Lakelandby Hlgb teem. game! Team No. 1. High, Individual *.rf.*. P. fray, Aldrich said that there w ere 4
cleaned house.It the way to the Volusla Countyline : Joe Ryan. ruled that bylaws stated T5THlgb team earltai Team No. .. '11 High team lame Aot IV many more detailed rules and

took only one hour, movingIn and ,double back on A1A.In First 'Half Softball' The Colt .45s farm team will no club could move to within 1031.Standing Lounge, MO.High .., .. regulations that all hunters must
and out with the current, to play some M home games of the 10 miles of another Team Teem No. 4 '" "I" toil a TII. Tarraiao.team 2T83. : Tltuivlll follow. Summaries of these rules
catch enough fish to feed 10 peo case, fishermen are not Season tied 4-1 120-game schedule in Cocoa Colt Miami had protested the move Team No. S a 4 Tram Standing! W.. ,.., and regulations are available
ple. In size, the trout were nothing familiar with Allenhurst F IsIs Stadium, H. B. Richardson, HSA to Hollywood, saying the Hollywood Team No.No. STeam a a a t Flrit National Bank 11 tBpaceonlx from the office of all county
to rave about, ,just average, Camp, It's located midway I. 'Firestone ,and Indian River business manager said, In announcing club would be only 97 T..m No. 3 a I Team No. 14 17 16 H 10 104 'judges.
from over 1% pounds and one through the Haulover Canul, City wo ind'up In'' a1 tie for first the move. miles from the Marlins. Team No. 1 a 10 Act IV Lounge 114 114
that weighed over 3 pounds. All I which connects the Indian River place as the ,first half of the "This ,Is good news for the The league re-elected George Junior 1 ....t... Breedlove Lulls Tavern T..ae. 13 13 11 11 Gary Snook of Iowa set two
about the and Indian River Lagoon, It McDonald of Lakeland another Hl.h Individual iramai Tim Klveralde Ten records in the
seemed to be same city's slow-pitch Softball league Colt .45s and for Cocoa,'Richard to Texaco 144" 1J4" Big Washington
"01 173: Mike Marr 166.
link of Tltuavllle Tile *
sire; lis the connecting concluded: last week. son said. "This Is something we term as president and ap Hlcb Individual ...,/".: Tim Terraiao 14 4" 114" game. lie netted 233 yards,
We fished about three hours I inland waterway which have been trying' to get for proved a 140-game 1965 schedule Molr 3R3: Mike Marr. 2 'teams finished
five team Little Aai.faHush
Both the
before heading back to the can. comes out of the Halifax River more than a year In Cocoa," he starting April It. lima Gateway Flreatone Lenta 11 114" II8b.f. 124 passes Snook's 19 completions
air Fired out about 100 head of near, Daytona Beach. game first half with 4-1'records., .. WOo team series Little Angela, .,'. Hardware 34 144 in 32 attempts also was a Big
Air Products 1 IT
live shrimp at those critters, Possibly the most popular fish T...... \oJ *. .. !.hi said.Players and management personnel ..Htaadlngal w__ L t General Dynamic I 12 Ten mark.
before the mid.day heat set in. this time of the year Is trout, IRC sirs.''I'4 oa. 4 ill S, for the new Cocoa ball CARRIES M TIMES Plnbu.len.m ;- 0Clad. o.

Mrs. G A. Shira, who's watch but the location offers gator Mlm. i'I club will be selected for Cocoa ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) Lucks. ADlrtl.81,111. 7.604 I"%"
Ing the fort while her husbandIs trout, grouper, channel bass, i Pint HCFRPC Baptlat .. ,' fI f- : next Spring, Richardson said, Joe Harris senior tailbackfor 8Un. .... 1 1Skelton
away on a fishing trip, really mangrove snapper, sheepsheud, I Math ...* .. ,\ I" e 5f for training prior to opening of New Mexico's Lobos, broke .Party 6 I 6Winston. 6 I I
knows how to swing out the drum and many others. the Florida State League season the school record when he carried 1.Ittl. Do.. 4It 4"%"
Southern hospitality In fine style. To'Mcef' next April. 33 times against Arizona. Tb. .Outten 8 1 6T6rr. SCnhra.
She had a boat motor, gas, Allenhurst is now the only I Club This will mark the first year He netted 74 yards in the team's I 1
bait and a guide waiting the remaining fish camp on Merritt since 1958 that Cocoa has had 10.7 victory. He.U."u..nn. 1 I T a SWAP SHOPA i
minute we drove up. Actually, Island. Mrs. Shira said last North'' Brevard Tennis Club an entry In the Florida State I

that's nothing unusual for Haul- week, "we'll be here until they will meet, Tuesday evening in League. Cocoa had FSL teams WINS FOURTH IN ROW Hllfla wde..dey team ..,1.1 1101'.Olobe 1..dl.o 235.04-
over, because that's always blow us out" the Tltusvllle High School cafeteria from 1951 to 1958 operating independently GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. bulinI' Co" 1732.Hlih ,

available.' Right now, they're about to at 7:30: p.m. or In affiliation (AP) Pat Res, Pueblo profewlonal boil,.. lam 601.Huth iamel Olobe Bank swaps money. Your savings are loan I
with the Cleveland Indians had to do it the hard Individual aeries Dllt'l'l
and the former New York RL_. I way. but: ne won !the jux.ky, Kennody.High Individual 6114. fame Haiel! _'rl_ to__ Individual _and.__ business___ n___ for worthwhile I

ants. Mountain Open golf title for the/ Carlaon Blending 182. purposes. Borrowers pay interest on their
The new move Is part of a fourth year In a row. He defeated Tram W'.. I....
pledge by HSA officials to provide Al Benefiel of Denver in Globe. ni.trlbutlng Co. :M: 31mnrlal loans the bank pays you interest for your

virtually year round base a sudden death playoff after Vrev.rduN.tlonal House. :23 1D savings. The cycle) makes profit for you and
ball activity: Cocoa. they had tied for first In the 54- Bank. Si
Old. Cvlnnlng Wherl :90 12
FSL president George Mac. hole event Ch'irvdoej Mobile Home the borrower. It's a good system!
Donald hailed the move as one Sale 13 IS
Marie Normaa ttudlo 13 14
which will add to the rivalry and METS ON THE RISE Hhltaa Raf.-lg..ratlonService

competition which always has NEW YORK (AP) Five ;'*tlm.> Bank 11 IT ISFlrat 13
been intense in this league, one members of the Mets had their future Drug 13 13La
of the best Class A leagues in best major league batting i er- Hupply*: Cox* Bowling 15%" 11'. Listen t. fUr "Swap $h p" Radii PregremWMMP
professional baseball ages this year. They were Chris mowers of IMitrlartlon 13 13AlroLok
Window Co. 11 20 1051 the dialMemfey t
The FSL, In a weekend meetIng MI
Cannlizaro (411)), Ron Hunt Whlaperlng Hill CountryClub
here, approved the move JM, Joe Christopher .500 Ed 11%" JO't' thru Friday 10.11 A.M.
w Kroyhlll Development
r a.. from Lakeland to Coacoa after. Kranepnol Ml and Jim Hick- Co. io<" n the National Minor League As- Brtvard reecretarlalrrvlce
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I Mickey Wright Shoots ) Gctors Should Be Full t .1.Mr' x.

62, Says She Can Quit Strength 'orFSU Tilt .".=.

MIDLAND Tex, AP) 'I year to 10 tournaments and $38.. .
CM quit happy now," said MS. She is only three tournaments M
tense two of
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OAINES\'IlLE AD-Thte( stopped Georgia'sfour how Georgia scored tnetouchdown whining
Mickey bright the blonde and 15.185 away from the a week for the Florida\ Oaten sensing opfInrtllftltlMfcrto.tRg Bob Ewer's five 1 NI
of women's when record of IS victories and .
queen golf SSI
to hot their football wounds a fumble and Intercepting aBut yard run fmath down when he
she shot a record 62 for 1< betes I <60 won )last year when she also .
both physical and the psvchotag passworked was set to kick i field peel bat
on the way to winning first man set a stroke average of 72.81. leal ones rewriting from their upset tilt deter se was burets l'Mktn't because the snap from

ey Jn.the Tan City Open Tournmerit. I four The strokes blonde the belter best bettered round evershot In by Georgia, ; overtaxed' ," he aM. tenter eluded the holder, Barry Kelso & Gun Bow Face In ShowDown
had fimto
the MIl 40
With an open date Saturday, "Georgia I
She didn't mean she wee on the (070-yard Hogan I Couch Ray Graves planned no our 11 because of the mistakes ft was the first touchdown the
going to quit She has some Park Municipal Course. That I, practice: today and only light ." IWfmmd Etter, a sophomore Wednesday M Laurel
burning ambitions yet unftBM was by a man, Pearl Ward, assistant "This Is i
work before mid' week. a good teas >with Itirlcmg speciatM, ever scored t
LL like setting a record stroke pro at the course two I Halfbacks Jack Harper and hard running back* Ink hard In high school or coDoge. I| no MilER Golden !
average of 7200. In fact, she I years ago j i iy Gallop shapes tip as a ,4
; line. It Is
Alan Poe should return to action blocking tough to dis "Our fumbles killed us'aGraavea AimlatH Pmt Writer affair !;
tn Sports wide-open lft'11lpt'ft.la.-
went to San today Shirley Englehorn equaled'the "
In the next game against courage Graves said. said "But when they date and Royal Gunner are
I start M hi the final round I
in the Civiun Open Sundayfor
play Florida State at Tallahassee Looking back on FIort a's fumbled' It turned Into a touch This win be a memorable r.tNhllhly, but Eurasian.Selilr .
Ing Miss Thursday.Wright was in pursuit of the a tournamentMiss 212 total and fifth place in ,I Nov. 21.John field goal attempt late In the &"'11." :week In thoroughbred hone Time Tested, HaD To

when Felber\ Don Knapp and first half the Gator coach said Florida shot Georgia out onpuses racing. All, f'orn111i'rmte and Wars
stroke record Wheeler had a 70
the Sunday dosing I
he called! the play and, of course Kelo and Gun Bow meet
Marquis Baeszler-backs sloweddown to Improve Its statisticsand Ours are not to tit/>vertooked to
she shot a 207 far 54 holes, fled for 207 to tie Miss Wright forfirst
would\ like to change It now since Its third again on' Wednesday hi the $150.-)
place nationally
with injuries win havea perhaps the 1118-mite test
Sherry Wheeler for first place, In the playoff both birdied
chance to retain their full skin Jimmy Hairs kick was slightly In pass defense. 000 aihngton.! DC. Internv Bold Lad generally recognized
and won a sudden death playoff I the first hole, but Miss bright
tlonal Laurel
and wide. Defensive ends Lynn Matthew at Saturday the the leader the 3
and first money of flJ50 birdied the second with a two- speed."We I a!* among -
Miss Wright bettered tile foot puttIIhUe Miss Wheeler should be better offensively "Rut It was a percentage and Barry Brown played an excellent '300.000 Garden' State stakes for year-old cons, hat been retiredfor
women's record for 18 boles set! ,i two-putted from 15 feet for a I by the FSU game," Graves can," Graves said. "It was I game Graves pointed out 1-year-olds will be run at Garden the season and will be point.
at Richmond said. "We had to simplify ourofense fourth down and two yards to &\'. ai one of the bright spots. Another Rate ed for next year' classic races
Calif.by Patty. in 1852. Ruth Jessen bad I parMiss Wheeler won $1,070 second I the past two games because If we had made the! field goal was the running of an- Rorseot-the-Year honors likely for yew-old*.
of and other fac and to the dressing room Southeastern! Conference back will be determined by the ,
64 in last year'. money while Kathy Whit- Injuries gone Queen Kwpres as expected,
a Dallas CMtan Open. worth, who had led into the final toil I knew our defense would 10.. it could have been a different Larry Dupree. He was m the International" providing one of won last !Saturday's big race
Miss Wright, who plays out of round soared to a 7t and wound have to win It or we would lose." second half" best form he has shown this season the foreign entries! rtownt brat the tlM,m Gardenia Stakes for

Dallas, ran her winnings for the up In a tie with Louis Suggs: for Graves pointed out that the de- He cringed at the thought of Graves laid. wttt both be Kelw their and fifth Gun meeting Bow. 'They This 1 2'year-old) ffflle! at Garden
State She outgnmed Marshm:
I third with 21LMILWAUKEE
split the first four and in their by a neck then survived ft
National Football last get together thin Bow won I claim of foul that the stewards
by the sllmmert of noses. took 17 minutes to decide.

I,League Standings Milwaukee Does Not Need Writing To Since richer then horse Kelso In has the becomethe : world I ------- ---- -

[By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS with earnings of .uO 1 Ml while
Eastern Csnf rsnce Gun Bow was beaten by TurboJet i
W L T Pet. Ms. 0' II. They II'ut'l1t'11\! to I 7010\.05
Cleve, 5 1 1 .815 248 172 1965the dominate the 1ft} miles of the
There In
St Louis I I I I2U24 23S Assure Braves Playing International over .

Dallas 4 4 1 .500 lIS 161Phila. grin mine. h666
4 I 0 ,444 200 173W With the absence of I.aw"tl'I 1 :t

ashn. I I 0 .333189 200Plttsb'gh (AP) Warren MIlwauKee situation. "We are going to do the best said, "Milwaukee Is our team front the current o Tiers.Me the Garden State. the .
I I 0 .W 181 m
Giles president of the Na He said the league's unanimous I we can to give the people of and our city: in IMi and we are said the Milwaukee grout
York 2 6 1 .250152 227 '
Uonal League, says Milwaukee decision was "the final .Milwaukee the best brand of not giving a thought to what would "continue Its Interest, I "A NEW SOLUTION TO AN AGE OLDPROBLEM"
Western C.nf.renceBaitf. County officials do not need action that certainly anyone can baseball we are capable of giv might happen ?In the future! but did not anticipate the Ba to'
8 1 0 .881 SI4 153 In writing to Insure anticipate. ing. We think w* have\ a club; The league action was railed thohway group would want ; r
Detroit 5 I 1 .12S 157 152 that the Braves will play I In Braves' board chairman William capable of winning the National a "fine development" by Richard sell However, Cutler added,,, THE "LITTLE GIANT"
Los Ang' 5 I 1 .825 208 IDS said, "We Cutler attorney for a groupof "they might change their mind It
Milwaukee In IBM as ordered by Bsrtholomay League pennant"John I' : RUST-PROOF GARBAGE CAN HOLDER
101 Inn. 5 4 0 .558 213 208 are perfectly satisfied with the McHale, the Braves' Milwaukee businessmen who after they have a chance to d 0
4 4 0 ..S214!\ 152 the league."They Awivtd 0 Health AuHwIHtt and OlrbiiePlckUp .
Green Bay must not trust WI," derision" president and general manager, have offered to buy the Braves some figuring." r
Dp rtmint
San Fran. 2 7 0 .222 153 2411
ChIcago 2 7 0 .W 158 252 said Giles Sunday night. "We RUST PMOOP NON TIP SANITARY
Sunday's Results slon.thought It was a clear cut decl Orange Bowl Officials Drooling At Mouth SINGLE-4.93 DOUBLE-US

Baltimore 40, Chicago 24 In Phoenix, ON DISPLAY AT SHAMIR'S, HARDWARE AND t
At a meeting
Dallas 31, New York 21 Art .. Saturday, the league gave HANDYMAN HARDWARE I
Green Bay SO, Detroit '7 the*Braves permission to move Notre Vs Alabama In Orange Bowl? A TITUSVILLE JAYCEE PROJECT '"

Los Angeles 20, Phila'phla 10 to Atlanta In 1MX but Instructed f" 'Information and Pr,. DtlUtry Call 1W44JS
St. Louie ."_, .Plttchnrrrtl.._ !n I t
v e;" n conttacto t
club to live to ItS
up .. .__. .
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Minnesota play an IMS home games In Notre Dame vs. Alabamathis Top Ten Georgia Tech Louisiana five first downs ind II yards
..level and 34, Washington 24 County Stadium. Is beginning to look like the State, Florida and Purdue I The Nlttany Lions scared In

Nut Sunday's Games County corporation counsel I prize post-season bowl package also lost, narrowing the list of 'every period SEC ADAMS for COLOR and BLACK & WHITE Admiral$ TV
Chicago at Los Angeles Robert P. Russell said Sunda;, but the question Is: Who's going championship candidates and I Third-ranked Alabama won
Detroit at Cleveland night he would recommend thai t: to get it? hot bowl prospects. Its eighth straight game In beatIng
Green Bay at San Francisco J I the county board obtain a written Sponsors of both the Orange" Only five major teams were! eighth.rated Louisiana State COMPLETE SELECTION OF 1965 COLOR &
Minnesota at Baltimore commitment from the I and Sugar bowls are drooling at It'ftlIh unbeaten and untied 17.'. Arkansas., No 4, overpowered
New York at St. Louis league that the Braves will playIn ;, the mouth Just thinking about records. Besides Notre! Dame Rice In the rain tl 0. Nebraska
Philadelphia at Dallas Milwaukee next season be, such a pairing but realize I hit and Alabama, these include Arkansas No S, moved toward BLACK AND WHITE ADMIRAL TV HOW
Washington at Pittsburgh fore dropping a suit Instituted Ie forte compliance with the contract ., into the jigsaw to make It Kansas 14 7,

American Football possible. The top-ranked Fighting Irish, IIIJltb-r.nked Texas beaten ON DISPLAY
When the league decision was Both Notre Dame and Ala 17 point favorites, had a clime only by Arkansas rallied, on a
League Standings announced, county board chair bama face perhaps their most call against big, powerful PlUs late" Marvin Krlstynlk pIllS for a
man Eugene Grobschmldt said critical tests this week. The burgh and won by the margin of 20trlumllh. over Baylor
[ By THE ASSOCIATED PRKS1 the county probably would drop Irish are host to I rebounding Joe Assume 30-yard field goal Georgia Tech No. 7., Inn to
Eastern Division Its Injunction proceedings But Michigan State team which In the second period IMS I'M Tennessee 1214 rkll'ld., No. I, i 10%/ KIIA1IuIri
WIT Pet. Ft, 01FrUay'4 lie said later he had been cautioned hunt lost to the South Benders was stopped at the Notre Dame fell\ before Georgia 147 and
Buffalo 0 0 1.000 270133 by attorneys ,against In 10 years. Alabama goes' 1 IS late In the game Purdue No 10 bowed to Michigan
Boston 6 2 1 .730 238191 asking dismissal\ of the suit The against a lough and bitter rival, Penn State, beaten by Syracuse State, a team whose hopes
New York 4 I 1 ,571'182151 next hearing lust for Tuesday Georgia Tech at Atlanta.If completely crushed Ohio 1had wrecked on numerous OR YOUR .# ".' -
Houston 1 7 0 ,222 1t7 241Wostsrn "Dismissal might affect our the Iwo survive, they might Stale, limiting the Buckeyes to occasion, tl.17.
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Division future with the --- -- ----- ----- -- -' '--' -- TRADE.IHDOWN
negotiations well finish IS In the naUon,1atandln Me2CII l i LUIFYIIFRECEPTIONNOVIMIM !
ian Diego 0 2 1 .750 m 188Xan. Braves," Grobuchmldt said ,.. Notre Dame sourceshave I
4 4 0 .500 213 m Before the a
City without elaborating.
Oakland 1 71 .125 m 281 Braves said they wanted to abandon Indicated the Irish might< J !
their longtime anti- i ii
Denver 1 8 Result 0 .111 158 m county move to offered Atlanta ?In concessionsworth lees the situation bowl policy came If i about.national title iFQCASH J

Boston 29, Houston 24Sunday's im.OW) a year, .tea... J
Results "There are no tag ends of any The Orange and Sugar bowlsapparently
Buffalo 20, New York 7 kind" Giles said "I don't anticIpate are the only ones
Kansas City 42. Oakland 7 any further action on the with a chance of landing such a i ONE DAY SERVICE
San Diego 11, Denver 20 glamor ,ame. They have no PAYMENT
Wet Sunday's Games rings( whereas both the ROM i
Buffalo and Cotton bowls are bound by i $50.00 to S600.00
Boston at
Houston at Oakland Sporl Shorts conference commitments.: Make The Arrangements By Phone I FEB. 1ST
New York at DenverSan Notre Dame and Alabama I
Diego at Kansas City WYOMING OOIS PAR laW their hopes for 1 national
LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP-The Utl. strengthened Saturday 267.4331I
Diversity/ of Wyoming has fair when second-ranked Ohio State 110DAYS1e.
Scorest. success getting out of state absorbed a staggering 274 beat-
football players. The starting ng at the hands of Penn State,

; Augustine 7, Satellite Beach, lineup on the freshman team In- a team that Bad lost four Southern Loan Company
eludes only one Wyoming resl- games.
dent center Larry Holwell of Four other members of the ,
a, 7, Melbourne I ___u _ _ j
[Cocoa Beach 12, Eau Gallic 7 Newcastle. PICflLR '
)'lo Ida Air 34, Fort Pierce CC Seven other slates are represented FREE SERVICE "" ... :. :-rJ.;
on the Noah starting 11. 11). OIlI"t .'.$.nie,
10 ALL ''ana4 ...,,,,, ,,, .
eland Bishop Moon If, Orlando They are Minnesota, Massachusetts ..?,.As,...".,... ,", ,..... tit,AAIttt.. .,...........
14 Michigan Mississippi, Wisconsin ac.". .,-.
Evans "'# "
""' :: ur'.a
rlando Boone 27, Ocala I New jtrser and lndlans. ;'a ; 14
[Orlando Colonial 7, Orlando rd u. $
t Edgewater I The team average to IPOPRICK'S 7 1PICIAL !JJ d 14995l
14 Orlando Oak pounds.! M VM' otlLY
Part ,
tuner c.......... t.- .i. tltorsfWt
[.y Daytona Ridge 13 Beach Lope 20, Calk 20% OfF r"1.. Tradnlsw'w ,
MtlftllS I ,
lahan, I ST. LOUIS (AP) The e* PARKWAY DEVCO J ON TV TUBES I i1 ,!; hieludint '''11'115,

Dram Beach Itatc'ttze; 8, eiUmmt la DM Cardinal dr.w- I ''IIMW1rIf hs. ."" ,.4 t: '.ut iu4 fI'V' ; r.tuWdstandWr.
7 after had the
trig room they won 'J
[Oviedo 28, Dun tIOfI 7 World Series from the Yankeesseemed INCORPORATED
JalnesvtHe 22, Daytona Beach
to catch op with Commissioner
Mainland I Ford frtck.: teat tirpwt DvI/ala Uge01V SETS

This to my 42nd series" NOW LEASING Cemplaely IICClftdlttolltd
friek said -Sometimes yon get T.V SERVICE
HAPPY Priced A. tow
I little fed ip wl) them bat A. nusT.fevldon

BIRTHDAY tach one is as exciting u 0.tut. STORES AND OFFICES

Tuesday, N.v/n'/.v IS I TIle t.- Coiranimioner was a I Centrally Located At Highland and Garden Street Pledge The Rest t= V.ltI..ln Town

[Carol Conley sports writer and later NaUonalLeague
Balph Sharp head.

wdMaay, N.wn+Mr 11 0 0. Mike. T eren M.v.Oe ...... M Ad.w.a P'AO0 suRdls{ ,.,...., LiSCRAL EASY
Iiramie loss1toffa HOMf GROWN PRfSHMfNtNTVEMmr 1K. Aloe ge..n A. C.-., h.4 T1It PAYMENT
G R.M.b hat A' 1'21" MsAfI TERMS
Sharpe fAXK ft 0 C"'I'W teteft n 0. OAad. Rood p s i
jCr E S. Mi&er (AP) Pisa Mire frenhrti. I Unite Av.t.ele 'ft this New 'vMine t =
Tom MDonelIXvefya ( I /ortbaB team of 2$ menu en is G Av..rNy 6.1..1 hi HltIt T'..... Up T. 1M ,.,.,. rid. /
Joyc SinonoiMlBo chides only four players from : I

)by VaM Simmon out tit the state Wilt. P. 0. Dad 1401 T1hIM11..V T....... W. a. HoU.4'1. 2.1.0..0 -tVI rTMIN9 IN MOM! AMUANCH ANd TltlVIIION /
Audrey /ones HokBiatosi They are tackles Wfl Lenkataj I v- -
Paul Matthews at Towgrtowf, C4ik: Hikeftftatfc DN' f* ..*J*|>*t** [ Jfnry tvtiy
i =
fruny Wakfiag of We,.dory. H J.. M OHM I a Nt-.o 4 :.e't.'J:1: astir// I I 2674107 ]I I
IWUbor W JtappUVi frank Used of $**att. N. 1..1 I Nr..N /.",,"", _
| Harry A. fmrfrrnmy and Rues. MWwwftt, a gnats :

LM Rent fantlllt. Jf.... ADMIRAL 1 r V I t 0 U' COLOR TVIW'oMI"
McCormtek Tackle Mek Suds of Yea+ r _. __
[Mn Jatrftitaet sows. Ohw was sMHiiied stets
L. bardner a. lit,..,,.



Monday November f IfM
TTtvivnio ,
r.g,12 (Florida) tor.AO'vecato.
"-'---' -

-- conducted this coming week In IN THS! CIRCUIT CoURT OS1THB ida, ATIOIV a Florida' rorporalloa.1INITKD .
NINTH JUDICIAL CIR baa been filed eialnat von and sTATEN Or AMKR- I Star-Advocate Classified AdsFLOOR
IRC News a search for Committeemen, CULT IN AND fOR BRBVARD you ara required to aerva a copy ICA. PHILIP UIUANB1R. Mll.-
and Cub-Scout Lead- COUNTY. FLORIDA of your annwer or pleading' to the lOftED URSA HER. SUMNER
Den Dads IN CMANCBRT. Kilt of Complaint on the Plejntlffaattornaya WAlTZ and REX VRTB. rt/b/a
Continued: From Page 8 ers. NO. :IfMS Bl. CKWBLL. WALK- WAITS PRY, 1011 CORPORATION
aewsel or etiT MR GRAY Flrat Federal ... a How York oorporattow.a4 Special 1 Notice Camping Hunting
tnt, M..... Florid SSUS. a.d file all partial olalmlnn Sp. I I
Civic Center last ThuridaYevening T E. L dais PISST LOAN ::8ft.tr SAVINGS 01MMIAMI.AND I the oHMBel anewer or oleadlft* In tkrovck.. under sad a.alort the PnMtoatlon ii.REWARD FOR Inform.I, CAMPER. REASONABLE. See
with Worthy Master the offloa of the Clark of the above named oorporale and Indlv-
The T. E. L. Claw (Timothy a United BtaUe cOI'1lOalon.Pi.IDtift.. I Circuit Court on or before tbe *th sat dctcndanta. and all puraona WANT AD RATE: silos loading to the arrest at second: house north of
William Rowe In the chair. Eunice and Lois) of Central ... day of D_...... 1B .. If you fail firm. and vorpuratloM havIng orclalmlBt DEADLINE: Publication- >*for p.m. Wed.Day Before and conviction of person who Kelly's Block plant Mime
notice was received to do eo hidtmeat by default will any right, tlUo. estate,
Official with Mrs. ARTHUR n. MUNIION cad Frl. U kit Mat. For MOB. stole took tram Clinton l
Baptist Church met be taken aiaMM' Ua re- Uoa. or (alaraat Ua MIowlR* power
from Florida State Grange Secretary Lucille )Hays last week with ten cltasuu.ovi'a MVlfIlOM. IIU wife.. plot demanded IB ttuBm"of Cem- daoorlftad landa :D elisISta aid 5 eaaai gqr wooIMtsntam Motel. Child Care
It t5, be IIvlg' DORIs O'DON.NSLt. pi1fl1. Uherge ISe
the State : bntaar I* the Coa tr of Bnvard, .
concerning members present. The meetingwas cad GUNS O'DONNELL. This Radius ahart tie puhllahedonoe and the Mala of florlda. ....wlt: ALL CLAaWIFIHD ADS
range, Sessions to be held in Her huabanil. Individually end .. each week for four it) non- Tha South 210 foot of the NB'i ofthe PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Telephone . ELDERLY WOMAN desires
January 7. 8. and I. opened with prayer by SIactsr. of the lII.tale ot ArthurR. _U.. weak IB Tltuavlllo StarAdvooale. VB'A of Section 22 TowiwhlvItouth Except ICatabllabed Account Day 267-6808 I babysitting in own honn.
Tampa on Munaon Deoaaaed: A000WrAKOKLI4CCR ; $2
Mrs. Mabel Barker. Scripture 20 Rang 37 Kant!: and the .
Indian River Grange is to : and GLENN KORLMSX'H. DONE AND' ORDERED at Tltuavllle. Mouth :310 foot of that part of V.S.OovorunaDt Claatlflad Dlaplar RaouaatTbe Rat.Araitebta Night 2671399ALCOHOLICS I per day, per week. Eaperleneed -
Sale at Titus reading was by class president, her nuinand.: ARTHUR Hrevard County Florida, Lot S of tttctlon 22. OB ANONYMOUS excellent references
hold a Rummage Mrs. Gertie Hallifield who R MUN80N end MARJORIE Ibla eta day of November ails X: o Raitco IT mar-Advocate raaervaa If you want to drink that's your 267-OJJ88.
)MUNS1ON. sic wIfe: STUART .rrn. ll'ab the privilege of revising or reJectlnr -
vllle Chamber of CURTIS R. BARNBS. Clerk Kant, aat BananaRlvor
talk HAMPTON and ._ business. If you want to sing
gave an interesting on -- HAMP. Bnvard County Klorldvcontaining a B y edvertlaementwhich
Circuit In
.Building on Nov. 27 and 28. allh. TON hla wife, If h. be married: County, Coul'8.4 Fla 14.' atrea, more or Ie... U dooms objectionable. drinking that's our basinets. For Rent
to donate articles and ALL UNKNOWN PARTIBHolaJmlnc By V. 5. D'fendatitLNOTICE and to change the elaaalfloatlon
wishing ftpander
Anyone The class report was given by by through under eracatnal OP HI IT of any advertisement from that
for the sale may leave the Mid. ARTHUR R. BI.ACKWBLL. WALKER THN STATE: or KI.OBIUA TO ordered to conform to the Pollor Animals
Mrs. Bess Nichols.
the teacher ORAT.Attornaya.
MUNftON aad CHARLOTTE! of this paper. FOR RENT
same' at the home made and MUNKON, hie wife. If the* ba for Plaint If t
Year R ks .
<)x) were HARRIET BLANK n.Ad..t. will not
360 W. Coquina Ave. dead whether acid unknown Ftrat Federal Bull ln.. HORSES: ONE!: li excellent
: MILDRED: BLANK bo renponnlble for more thaaoae
Mrs. Mabel Bark- Miami Florida 8813 Floor Sanders, Polishers
presented by
Richmond presentJed partlea claim aa helre, davlaaaa, LKO KIItREMIAH insurrect Insertion. nor will bunting hone 267-S304.
Florence raateea, Ilenora oredltora, truat- COURT KAL> Phone AM 7-3255
who also directed several ft OITTMA1' It 'w liable for any error laertteementa
Kazoos to the ere a.. or etherwlae. Nov. 5, IS, :Z3' SO (Mon.) load, ,
several .
the winners Alta CBDKIC 1. JANIKNJANIKN to a greater extant 2 SEALPOINT SIAMESE cats, Factory Paint Outlet
being .
'Grange to be used by IU Kit- ;ames, Defendant hla wife. than the eoat of the apace 7 months also female
Johnson, Lucille Hays and Gold .ill lo roreolon Mortote to: THE MEADOW BROOK occupied by the Item la the age ; ,
;'|hen: Band under the leadership ARTHUR R. MUNMON' and NOTICE Foil BIDS NATIONAL BANK .dnrllllOllle.1.) age 5 months for sale Mrs. Baldwin Shopping Center
All Departmental Bare 267-3327.
Rowe. Coated bid. will be received. by '
Ik>f Helen Educational Decorations and refreshments If NELL they ba and llvlnc: DORIS O'DON- the Hoard of County Commlaeloa- FRANCES MILLER pies Ropklna Ave. APARTMENTS FOR RENT
This being carried out the Halloween her kuiband, Individually' and .. are up until ':46 o'clock A. M.. THE TAM-0-LARK Dial 267-4711 For Sale :
Jmecting, Mrs. Earl West a tea Kxeoulor nf the Katata November' II. 1IM4 IB the Commlealoner'a Office Houra a.00: to S'30:: ,GIRL TO apartment
5t-her showed moving pictures color scheme. In additionto R. Mu."",,,. Daeaaaed! AUOUMTA of Arthur Room, In the Courtbouaa. PHILIP CORPORATION URHANER Mailing Addreaa, Drawer ATttuville with single girl teacher

,chop\; \ work. It certainly is present Mrs. Goldie Allen. R MUNHON.MUN80N hla and wIfe:MARJORIE STUART tubes and ino lallona of blfbaipenaloB YOU a ARM complaint HEREBY to foracloaa NOTIFIEDthat that 14 FT. MFG Boston Whaler type all utilities included. $62.50,

",rnuch different today than backn HAMPTON and HAMP. foam.The certain mortgage dated on or hull foam floatation I double 287-3157.
Football Week-end TON, hla wife, It be ba Generator muat ba capableof about March tlKM. and recorded NOTICE FOB BIDS
!the days of the Three R'.. married: produolni I.Owi euble foot 18. seats and aide pockets $339

These pictures were very Interesting It was another football weekend and claiming ALL by UNKNOWN, through under PARTIES or tubaa of foam attached.All per minute. with foam pale In 273.official publlo Record record Book of 280.- Sealed blda will ba received, by with steering console $359 FURNISHED 2 bedroom MODERN apartment.large 267.
._.Init tbe acid' ARTHUR R. yard Countr Florida. modified the Board of County Coramlailon-
the for Mr. and Mrs. Harold aa
: and showed pleasing MUNHON blda to ba marked oe outalda .... 14 FT. LONESTAR. bucket seats I 6288.
and CHARLOTTE bv that certain .meDa datedBrplembpr ire up until ':48 o'clock A. M.
In which school work is Gray and family of 125 Rose- MUMlfUN. his of envelope, "Bid for GeD.ra..r. November In Com-
manner wife If they ba ". 14, 1MO and reoordedIn II. JIM4. the windshield and steering foam
children. hill! Avenue when went to dead whether acid unknown .....rtI. Official Record Book 820. pale nlmloner'a Room In the Court-
to the they The Board raaarvaa the rlnbl floatation complete $395
presented lee claim aa helm, device, arent- ret., 1 all hide. SW: Dublin record of iJrevard houae, Tltuavllla, Florida, fort. (Continued on next page)
followed the Gainesville to see the Florida- eei, Ilenora, .... to 'taoyan which
Refreshment oredltora. trv. of Iota H. WICKHAM. County Florida mortgage One (1) Micro-film Camera, to ROGERS OUTBOARD
meeting served by the Home Auburn Game. They also attended otherwlaaiTOU. CHAIRMAN. till encutnbera the following del meet the following nwclfUcatloni
BOARD OF COUNTY orlhed laadatTha : 1103 Garden St. 267-6414
Economic Committee. the Jacksonville State ARTHUR R. MUNMON and COMM1RMIONERS.aRS'VARD South 211) feet of the 1. Muat accept both SB mm See The
CHARLOTTE COUNTY MK' >i of the liE'. of axctlon and 1* mm film with eon-
Fair and went to several Hallo MUNHON hla 16 FOOT INBOARD Chris Craft
wife, If tber ba IIVina. Florid, 22. Townablp M South. Manna ....10. to be made by operator. Star
W.S.C.S. Mooting ween parties. The whole family, RK8IDEMCB: UNKNOWN Nov. :2, *. CMoB.) 1M4.Of 87 Beat and the South 210 boat with trailer. For sale as AdvocateFor
.nd feet of that. part of U. S. Oovrnment :t. Film unit must rotate U, S3OO. 133 Park Lane, phone
Hal Ann and Gene
The Women's Society lor Peggy, DORIK O'DONNELL and GENE Lot S ..Section 32 through 364i.S. '. 267-6044 after 6 p.m. Your
had a wonderful time. 0-DONNKLL. bar buaband. I.. Townahlp 26 South Rna SI Mint maintain aulomaiiofocusing
{Christian: Service of the Indian dlvMually and aa Executor ef THE CIRCUIT COURT OF; East, lying aaat of the Banina throunh reduction Printing Needs!
River City Methodist Church I the Katate ot Arthur R. Munaon THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR Hirer In St rarer d County. FlorIda ,.n.. of ':1 to 110:1: raductlona I
Deoraaed CUlT OF FLORIDA. IN AND laud to contain 14.S aor..a> 4. MoB allow operator aelaot Building & Const.FOR .
met for if regular meeting last Birthday Party SM lOin "fftraet, N. K FOR BREVARD CO U H T Y. h.. been filed In the above named Ion of reduction ratio throuih
)' esday at the Church. Greg Jones son of Mr. and Raw PhlladelDhla. Ohio. FLORIDAIn Court by Webb Knapp Inc.. a convenient meana of raisIng
Delaware corporation and Chum-
"Dd ChanoeryNn and lowering film unitfield
The following ladles were Mrs. Ralph Jones of 375 Coler AUatTSTA KOBLLI8CR! an4 :3 .867 teal Bank Maw York Trust Company I. Mu.t b.n pboto.rapblo GOOD cabinets, counters
present Betty Wheeler, President idge Ave. celebrated, his 4th GLENN KOICLU CH. bar ..... WEBB KNAF1, INC.. a Delaware a New York banking corp Indicator and conatantecennln and Formica work, call 267-
hand corporation and CHEMICAL oration and each of you I. hereby expoaura meter., 6143. DON'TMOVEIII
'Jean Hecklemoser, Vlcejpresident birthday last Thursday with the Reno Road BANK NKW YoRKTRL'MT required to file your anawrr All bid. to be marked: "Bid for
Estelle Futch Sec Following guests to help him: Loulavllla, Ohio COMPANY a New' York thereto with the Clerk of thla Camera" .
; NIDY residential
I banking corporation, Court anil to aerva a copy thereof The Board reaervea the right to
cetary: Shirley Cain, Treasurer Kelly, Doug and Scotty McLcn- ARTHUR R. Ml'NaO! and Plalntlffa, upon plalntlffa' attnrneya, AL- reject any and all bldi. ), commercial and re
)MAHJORIB MUNMON. hie wife, V. l.KY, MAAHH. ROUKRH: LINU- JOE H. WICKHAM. modeling. 12 In Titus-
fend the; following members: don, Larry and Danny Burkett Route 1 ACMKWELLP )INT or FLOR- mAY IJ1 Royal Polnrlana Plasa. CHAIRMAN. years
.Dannie Jackson Gertrude Roger Lucas Nathan Franks Premont. Ohio IDA. INC.. a Florida corooraton.BKHNARD South Palm HeirS Plorlda' not BOARD OF TOUNTTCOMMISSIONERS vllle: Licensed and bonded.
BLANK. HARRIET later than. November OT. 1U64 or Phone AM 7-2321
James, Donna Daniels Lillian and Rusty Jones.Refreshments ALt. UN'NOWN PARTIBIf. BLANK MILDRED HLANK. .1.. a Decree Pro Confeaeo will BRBVARD COUNTT
tsrownlng Carol Ahmle, Betty of cake, Ice claiming by, Ibrouah. under orairilnat LEO BLANK L. D. BRADLEY be entered agalnat you. FLORIDA.
the acid ARTHUR n. d/b/a L. D. HRADLET AND A8H WITNKHH my band and official Nov S. S Mon..) 1M4.
i afrd. Elizabeth Holmes, cream and punch were served MUN8ON and CHARLOTTE Helen .Crumpton, Charlotte and games were played. All Ml'NSON. hi. Wife If Iher ba INC., a Florida e orpnr.tin,. CANAVERAL lotS day of October, 1W4
lead, whether mid unknown HOME HITER. INC. a COURT MBAL: )
liobne, Sybil Hamilton, Mary children received prizes of yoyo's. pnrtioe claim cc b.'r.' deviaa.a. Flnrhla corporation FLORIDAsTEEL 'utile H. Pnrnra Advocate 1 1st in circulation
tonn PrIngle Marty Perry, ranleea, ii.nora. crodllora. Iruel- CORPORATION. e Klor- rierk, Clr.ult Court The Titusville Star- -
..anroth-r winet. RBOIDENCB Ida norporatlnn JKRKMIAH!: : M By V. 8. "gpangler" .
Norma Ogborn, Eunice Bridges, Graciously helping M r 5. UNKNOWN. GUTMAN. CEDRIC j. JANIE.N. Deputy Clerk

Porothy Davidson, Kay Balr, Jones were Grayce McLendon Complaint are hereby for notified rnrarloeura. that .a nf Rill Flret nf If and married. JANIRN THE: MRADOW hi. wife ALLKT.LINUX: ATAttorney 1IIAAII ROGERS A. Advocate, 1 1st in circulation : in North

Jerry Carlson Margaret and Judy Burkett. Mnrtiara nn the following dee- BROOK NATIONAL BANK for Plalntlffa
Edelman: Martha Douglas, Dot orlhed property to-wlti national. banklnc corporation, 821 NovaS Potnclana Pi.... South in North Brevard.
l.ol 19. Rlork Z. PortIon It.KHRHWOOD IHVINO' MII.L ;R. FRANCES Palm Beech Florida
\'addell and KaUe Lambert. Bridge Session PARK SUBDIVISION MILLKR. UPRALD: ORUKfK. Oct. II. :X. Nov. 2. I Mon) 1M4.
Jean Hecklemoser with the Building Group No. I of the aa recorded. I In Plat Book CORPORATION. a Florida corp
assistance of Charlotte Boone, Woman's Club met at the homeof Plat pa.e :95 of the Publlo Raoorda > oration RALPH A. BQl'IRKI.
of Brevard. County, Fin,. THE TAM-0-LARK COKPOK-
JAuy Ann Prlngle, Sybil Hamilton Mrs. Harold (Peggy) Grayat II I ORLANDO DIRECTORY II I

and;Elizabeth Holmes was 125 Roschill Ave. last Thursday -

In charge of the program at _
evening to play bridge.
,this meeting entitled "Sharing Present were: Jeanette Martin I COVERING

jJasic Freedoms." Gloria Jones, Mary Torn, AUTOS IMPORTED OFFICE EQUIPMENT
conclusion of the meetIng Do It Yourself and Sivol
s After Marilyn Klndsvater, Edle Pope,,
delicious covered dish Renault & WALL TILE FLOOR
a. Jacobus Carol Sauer. Peugeot
Peggy PIenes..OtaMGuitersAccessories Control Fl.'.. Lorgoit Stock ..0Asphalt
uncheon was served. back and the hostess. Sales A Service The MOlt Complete Dliplay
HI-Fl _ _ I Gibson Vinyl, of Office Equipment end
High score went to Florida _ Plastic Cork Tiles
Jones and low to Marilyn Ster" __ __ __ ___ Guitar Rohio Motors TROPICANA TILE AND Offlco Supplies in THe Aroo.W .
Birthday Calebratlon hare a laleeraaB In our
Klndsvater Banana splits and S Records I livid 24. Boon St. Orlando FLOOR COVERING area ever day.
Anthony Strucko, guest at the coffee were served by the host. 0) flayer. *i '. __'."... ".'_. .*.i- -. Initrumont I 004 N. Orange Bishop, Office Equip. Ce.,'Inc.
home of Mr. and Mrs. George Quality Uiod Import !
ass Expert Repair on All Band: Instrument OrUndo 423-771 1100 E. Colonial Dr. Orlando
Uoerner 360 Dickens Avenue $1 S. AHantU Phone SU 1-7731 Cocoa Beach & GA -'8uj Collect

biebrated his 70th birthday last AUTO SALES SERVICE I FLOOR. ,COVERING

Wednesday. He has been a Osborne Poppell AUTO SALES A SBRVICB MOBIL HOMES
Motors Inc.
Orlando ORGANS
bachelor all his life. Five years CARPETS BY LEE'S

ago he retired from the Rapid Furniture Co., Inc. NOVA TRAILER SALES 411 N. Orange Blossom' Trail
!Transit Company of Cleveland. HUNTER 21 Different Floor Plans Karaetan ft Cabin Crafts CONN ORGANS
Ohio, where he had lived for Interior Decorating LINCOLN MERCURY INC. To Choose From GA TrucksFiatJaguar Draperlee Cuntom Mid
CROftftLAND Free Decorating S ivIes / .,V\1.\,\
Continental Llncolr PACKWOOD > A Mtrctdoi-Btni
jiO years. W.IMo-Wall,, Carpeting Lincoln BLfONA-NOMBTTW TITAN BARNES
Installation Sale Part Service PIEDMONT: -: ful0 C. 1iJ
T. .... Ova "We ServIce What Wo Sell"AUTO Drapery It Floor Covering*, Int.
Cub Scout Ntwt Draperies Carpets Easy IMItarjr .J 1iI'.1iott! 'M'Keyboorda.
Good Used Car KM IKI 2001 N. Orange OrUndo 5-347 -
The Committee for Cub Scout Homo of Fine Furniture 144S W. King! Cecea n 434-13IJ ML N. ., C.... C. *. No. I SALES SERVICE

rack \No, 310 held Its monthly Drexel and Penniylvanle -..-- T"l. ...-...a "SIMPSON MOTORS FURNITUREHAVERTY'S Organ SpecIalists.Sine Inc. It37

meeting at the home of Cub- 721 Palmetto 42M021 BEAUTY ACADIMV MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS PLYMOUTH VALIANT SOl N. Matnello Ave

maSter! Rick Barrett, 313 Deltsplne New Smyrn. Beach LEARN IRSTYLINGG. CHRYSLER $4 Store Buylno Power 0,1.1':1.241.5674

,Avenue last Sales
Thursday .. In High Pay Bracket Gulta,.. Drums Banjos Etc Parts end Service Save You Moro PAWN SHOPJohnny

fvening. Enroll Anytime Glbion, Fender, Gretich.Martln Used Car 100 Mllo Free Delivery
It was decided by unanimous New Builder. Small Monthly Tuition *. Low Easy Term
Smyrna Sllngerland, *, Kay 1020 N. Orange, Orlando
Vojje that no formal Pack Meet- Supply Co. DAWSON COCOA Mammoth Stock of Sheet Mualo GA 2-4541 Open Mon. Frl Nltoi til S p.m. Gentile's Until

Jng- would be held for November -- -- -- 421 N. Orange
Lumber A Materials BEAUTY ACADEMY you
Building GOULD MUSIC CO. OrUndo CH 1.5371 Pawn Snop
as the falls AUTO SALES A SERVICEyucucaJ '
regular night on
"I very thing for the Builder" 200 Wlllird, Cocoa 434-I2M tot King St., Cocoo, 4M-92U -
Thanksgiving and no other Dixie Freeway at Canal St. ---- .- GUNS Eatab. I Years

)lme was available for use of New Smyrna Beach CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT We Buy Sell, & Trade Anything

the Civic Center. It was decided Call Called 42I-M21 OFFICE. SUPPLIES [ PRAGER'SGUN Cunt TV, Cameras, Radios, etc. get a1IUNf

that the December Pack Meeting Canaveral Equipment rMIUOaT OFF5CIEQLlPMEitl ( SHOP 1122 W. Church, Orlando,
: :
would be a Christmas to.
The Charter for Cub Scout c.... 1341011. New Truck Used Truoki !
Tllaitllla .81....<* Bought Sold Trodod. SHOPS
Falk 'No.; 310 Is still open and MATHER'Sof /INOALR KNOX, VAN DYKI Fart Service Scopes Mountedl I

",UJ' be so for the next few NEW SMYRNA 'Rental -,hi.! .- Service Na have a .aie.mae In Tllul\'lII. SUPERIOR CMC TRUCKS INC. 17 07 N. Mill
three "lnyo o.ch week Ie help v.a Phono 43S-OOU: Orlando
flays. Anyone Interested In the Call Collect 421-41)1 SctHoldlnglMorrltt with ivBKBt Chair.. riuiiv' Suppile. -- Orlando 425..SSJ LA'" B/tTON

welfare[ of the Cub Scouts potentially New Sm" ". Beech Island, PIt 4J4-W1 ...., )Mlmaoirapha.Steel Cabinets. Mtaolln, Typewriters)II.cb.In. -. AUTO SALES A'MRVICESTUOIBAKIR_._ fIT SHOP

the future leaders of _.. JEWELERS- _Manufacturing Adding Nahieeo. -- fOR-45 HEALTH FOODSJCHAMBERLIN Cemplrt line Pet ( (

this Country, are urged to con- PEST CONTROL I Different by Design NATURAl SuppliLGmemlng. .

pact Rick Barrett or Ed. Mills. COCOA MFG.. JEWELERS SIMCA "1000" by CHRYSLER ('\ f: 2774013 "
The Tltusvllle Elks Club will SETTERS Termite and Pest Control i Chryiltr't all raw economy car till p. Ce'or'>! 0,. OHandea.
fc DIAMOND Control Florida' fineit election Vila mint, tpecial liieUry: (aa-s .,
the erjIking' lrvn Am aajrau
Pack this
sponsor year as U' "Brtvard't Only Mf. Jewelar" Walker Chemical 8t i of Uied and Imported Cart. I for allergies, diabetic, ..It.f,.. t. Oaakee" htnTAL
they have for the past five and Diamond Setter Exterminating Co.. Inc. COLLIER AUTO SALES reducing and galnlnaj wtlght I

years. Frank Faucher will be New Mountingi-Jewelry Repelr 1014 So. Dixie Hwy Coco IM A 1053 North Orange AY*. Schlff, Thompson HoHmen end PLATING. ELECTRIC

the Institutional Representative All Work on Premises I GA 540 .1 jtheri.Mall TRUCK
Call Collect ile-lttO Box 144II
again. The charter Orders
re- 1207 N. Mills Orlando. GA 341IS i HarrlienCecea4)20477 I CBNTHAt 'LO.aDArL"YUle
AWNINGS I I. Church OrUndo, 424-7212
Jiewal will be
fees paid by the REAL ESTATE .*+.

Cub-Scout( Treasury.An THE FLORIDA SHAVER MOBILE HOMES Aluma-Kraft Awning laCe MERCHANDISE Cadlum Plating Chrome If'i M easy re not a KbgTrack.
every-member survey of Silver .. Nickel Copper BraaaBuftlnf
thulCufr; Scout, families will be SERVICEAll Wo hare lha floor plan to aulli Joe E. Moore, Inc. SCREEN ENCLOSURES- sad Laceterlnf .OM low cost*. na
your family end the payment pias HERMAN'S LOAN 800 W. Central Ave.. Orlando
Makes Electric Shaver Service > ault jf.ur bud.". Cuatora IB REAL ESTATE Manufactured In Orlando -' Camlral Florida's Olds" GA 42350ItILiGIOUIITIMS sverytblq ..a OJTtS ..neaesice.

CHARLES SLADE III -Factory Trained Personnel I fop rlora par It.Cr sear...........rl._.I.lty.. and *Inmir-*. ua Comptoto N. Down Call Collect PaymentFree Established mi YM! find |fat

RARE COINS Parts In Stock-Sam* Day Service aoi... Plnanula cad Ra-flnaaclnj.. Real Eitat Service Ettlmat Jewelry, Luggage, Diamond, .... yea BM<| for .ny

14 Years Experience WYATT MOBILE HOMES IIS Brookhaven Dr., Orlando Gult.,..c:.mer e..R.dl..G"" .

We Buy end Pay Mero 3.5 N Orange Orlando. GA J.1MJ 1210 *. Dial. 131.144.HIhwey.Cores. Hi Harrison Cocoa 4M4U3 GAU121CONSTRUCTION I 27 W Church, Orlando, 4224041 I ORLANDO BIBLE sin I I'". Dosi'r waitStlf _e

largett Slock of Coins Around .
LUMBER CO. Brevard County' Only Complete PULL LINE OF Welcome You At Specializing in Bibles. Religious I GET A
New Smyrna Beach Baird Mobil Homo lee Sewing Machine Center Earth ROBINSON MUSIC CO. Books Gifts and Sunday School. KING RENTAL TRUCK
S. 2 ONOTONE! North Florida's Largest Dealer Naw t.... Machim.Nepatr.Aeceaiori.Rentais Moving Supplies. Mad order' on all Items
With Over M New and Used PIANO \ Cash or Credit for CfcurrhejM e cc It Costs S. Lath
There' A Material Difference ( IrVdama ConstructionA
Lacy: Budcot Tonna It Specialists E. Church. Orlando. 422-1$07
fe Cheeoo From
Your beat friend In Bulldlni APOLLO SEWING CTR. A 1 Equipment Co.

Sonotone of OrlandoMurr. Call Collect 421-2411 Brevard' Lorgeit Dealer. Merrltt inland Shopping Center Sale* A Rental* Sa!.. TRAVEL BUREAU

S. Long Dlit. M.,. Merritt Island, Fl. Li 1J42 W. ChurchitlCTRCAL Menials IIN( (,.
? 7-ml. N. Coe.., U.S. 1. 4345111 Orlevide 42U47. 1
,101 N Magnolia, Orlando 422-210 Learn Hairstyling Now TIRES ServIce .....C Sunniland

MR. BUILDiR: Are You HOMES ALL SERVICE TIRE CO. Kimball XtIJ (')a.Buh. 4: ., Travel I .

PLEASED with the Quality ..fI Institute 44 Medal SO I II 1 Bedroom Complete Selection Of Krakau A other floe pianos. 'I7S i' BureauAir
I your TERRAZZO FLOORS 2504 McRno St. Retretdtng and VulcanlilngPaiMnger Lighting Fixtures And .
.. Fully Equipped Truck Robinson Music Co. Bus A ........1. Tick U
why sly Supplies At
) Orlando 4248S73MaternaLane 53.695SMI.N.efCeceaU..L1 I Wiring
and Industrial Equipment Tours Cruises World Wide
OWENS TERRAZZO. INC. Wholesale Prlcoal 4M N. Orongo. Orlando.424.2443 Flo.Talophono CH 1.5321: 30 E. Pine Orlando Free Statewide

Call Celleettru Tel. 4J4-4W AH Work Guaranteed I SIMONET ELECTRIC CO.
!' .mir*. Beaek OA S-MI TRUCK SERVICE Delivery Service!
I 11 RII...., Ave. Ceceo 434-2041 1200 N. Mill OFFICE. SUPPLIES
OF ORLANDO If you have real OrUndo 425-240 JACOB'S TRUCK SERVICE, Inc Phone Louis King

THE PET SHOP estate to sell, or if WATCH REPAIR PENNBY'S lOOK STORE, IM. Completo Alignment Service' Collect!
Central Florida's Meat For Trucks Trailer, Frames
WM. H. BAILEY I If have rental
"8v.rytiing.F.r Your Pot"Fsncy Complete Maternity Shop you are looking for Watches you Open AB Day Saturday Front Ashes Sfrelfhtened PHONE JA 3-7326

Collars-Loaihe*-Toys atraVai 5-aims choice real estate Repaired la S to S days housing list it in Ono of Orlando'o Mett C.", General Repair"ionics- ExperiencedMoc EAST SUNXISI ILVD.
Chronographs or Complicated ,
ale OMTN o III \xor AVB. ,.. classified plate Line .. Office Svppllo 1)41 Waihintton St. Orlando
use our Watches Repaired Premise lOtS AYLNUELAUDERDALE
,(BudeeVv 1'Is1' Puppies Supplies U."r..' .-.. on 42S45M
1474" ,N. 6r.no"e. Orland, GA 3-174 tit a. nut*!.1; SaL columns. 411 BrenrdYUII.. The Star-Advocate! 17-lt W. Pie.., OrUndo. 4224454 FT.
Mast to F. O., Cocoa
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I Don't Fumble Your Chance ... Score With A S-A Classified)I BEST TODAY'S RENTAL BUYS

Almost Dew I bedroom furnished
(Continued from preceding page) For RentWARiHOTJSsTSPACl Help Wanted Halo Wanted Motorcycle For Sale Real Estate duplex. $130 per
Cream month plus $50: damtge lid
Of MALI HELP WANTID cleaning deposit. Good ten

For Rent 2 SMALL OFFICES and warehouse HONDA SO motorscooter, excellent HOUSES FOR SAL tral location.
for rent 200 quart FEMALE HELP WANTID DELIVERY STORE work condition. $100. 28T-62T3.
The Crop feet airconcHttoned office drivers license age 1135. 1 BEDROOM bath. Excellent BUSINESS

DUPLEX FOR RENT plus 800 eq. ft warehousespace. Robert Grower' Supply. condition near lake. Coot OPPORTUNITIESYou
$129 monthly each. J. SALES HELP Moving & StorageLOCAL fishing. Total price $12.900

HEM IS AS IXCITING DUPLEX FOR rent. 2 bedrooms W. Child,. Realty 267-5563. COOK., apply EXPERIENCED In person Sand opening $400 12 Baldwin down Edwards Shopping Realty Center: cio make money here,

AN ARRAY OP LOVELY furnished $90, unfurnished CASH $ $ Restaurant 319 Washington AND LONG distance Phone: 267-3004 Evening and combination rests a r a 1t,
HOMES AS HAS EVER $80. 26'7.m.IBEDROOM For Sale $ $ Avenue. mover Moving, storage. Weekend 2672321. fountain, drugs Good lo
BEEN OFFERED IN I packing, shipping cold fur ration Gem stock doing
BREVARD COUNTY. CARPORT air FREEZER FOR sale IS cu. ft For FOOD STOREROOM clerk storage, crating. Free estimate S YEAR OLD home for sale good business, owner has
WHY NOT CHOOSI conditioned. Kitchen furnish i Amana like new used 1 over experience pre *. 367-3341. Brsvard by owner. 3-bedroom 1H other Interest. C.U for 4c
YOURSTODAYtNEW ed. $100 month. 1015 English year. 267-3850. Your Spare Hours! ll'eJlbM *. Santos, 267- Ridgeway Mayflower bath. Fenced yard. Many extraa. tails.

Street. I PIANOS. ORGANS .No $5.00: to $7.50 per 124L Real Estate Central. heat airconditlonlng. Supper Club, with bit and
Payment $63 month,
to five package carry
down payment up !
4 BEDROOMONLY ISHED. 2 bedroom. central year to pay. First payment Average Licensed Real Estate SalesmanFor $1100 dowa. Call 267-7764. liquor license. Good food
heat and air, 2673070. General Real Estate and 1-STORY RESORT cottage on Owner retiring. CaQ (ordetalle.
SIS.tOO February 1965. Mr. $. Cocoa e Titusvllle Area Only Lake Harncy, a widepan MOVE IMMEDIATELY into II
Situated en high weeded HOUSES FOR RENT School of Music. 136->>75. a Visit Your Friends. Sub-dividoo Sale*. of the St. Johns very River, or 4 bedroom homes, brand .
M. Walk. school' end I>n1ll>. e Leave Money-Saving Coupons. Johnny A. Mole very livable excellent condition new In area of much higher LAKEVIEW HILLS
shopping. On quiet street e COLLECT NO MONEY. beautiful priced homes. Small down
view and
;: 1240 S. Hopkins Ave a
BEDROOM, adult, furnish i PHOTO CHRISTMAS card,
If well-kept homes. MOO 1 Titusvllle. Florida good Investment at 110,600 payment and only ass month Brand new homes available
down. FHA-N. dawn VA. A ed. New Frontier Park, 2670933. Gregory Studio 267-3766. RESERVE YOUR TERRITORY Phone 267-6327 29%, ash T. W. Hero Broker ly total payment. VA no down with waterfront privieges.Large .

real jewel. 1 PRACTICE PIANO TODAY! Sanford 322-241 for ap payment. BRENTWOOD ES 1 bedroom, I bathencloied

FURNISHED 2 bedroom duplexin Refinished and la excellent Phone 2(74151 pointment. TATES, west on Garden St. garage. Central 1
AM 7-7143 632-3653. heat and air
IRC available November playing condition. ASK FOR MR. BARTELSON InstructionsPRIVATE or conditioning
ACREAGE FOR SAL Priced at I13.JOO with $ no j
2126 W. Tropic 267-6383. WANTED: HAIRDRESSER, down (VA-oo dews) low
And .t e price yew can af BEDROOM partially furnished guaranteed and commission PILOT Ground DEVELOPERS. BUILDERS yard, $65 monthly payment. monthly paymenti. Drive
ford. Has J Urge bed- $130 monthly call 267- ELECTRIC SHAVER service on Call Thelma Block at 26'7- 56S. School Course evenings at U ACRES high, dry land for 267-343). out Carpenter Roid to
reams (master .... separate 6273. all makes Jay Bee Jewelen.Indl.n Tltusville-Cocoa Airport Chet development. Sewer and i BRIARWOOD Lakevlew Hilli and ....

) 2 nice baths, ell River Pilla.REPOSSESSED CHECKOUT CASHIER, age 21 Klnchner 267-4240 or 267 water. Principals only Box Estate site, grsss carpeted, 13-20:! Acres la fast growinj.
UNFURNISHED 2 BEDROOM cashier experience re 2983. TitusvUle.
double IS,
mice cabinets, gtr.ege
tree studded lets, 1. 4 and $ section West of Mimi. $1593
perch. house, den or extra bedroom, SPINET qulred. Apply In person to
12 screen .
Best new home buy In living room, fireplace, Save over $200 on this piano. Mr. Stanger. Eckerd Drug Mobile Homes 163 ACRES IN Brevard County. bedroom homes, electric kitchens per acre 25** does, b.l..al'e .
bunt central heat and airsome .
Whispering Hills at enly In range and oven, 2 Take up payment Pirtle Plata Shopping Ccn. $n. per acre. Arrow Realty, 3 years
$1 MOO. Any financing tile baths, air conditioningfuel KIRK: SCHOOL OF MUSIC ter. TRAILER FOR RENT 287-7037, Corner US 1 A Har choose ready lot for and occupancy! plan No or 13T-I1 acres ..Ilbt mile
andutility 2126 W. Tropic 2674383 rison. lour
available oil beat, carports U.S. No. t frontage Zoned
$125 COLORED GIRL for housee'work TRAILER 90 x 10. one bedroom qualifying, an closing cod,
room. month. for trailer park at $1930!
per OLD NEWSPAPERS suitableIn 1 day week 367.1379EXPERIENCED atrcondltioning call (181 ft. by 400 n. river to highway conventional*, convenient per
267-6927 ::167-1'21. suitable
or packing and moving furniture 267-6203 or Eau Gallle 2346949. close In. Excellent buy. to but, out of sight and noiseof acre with terms.119Approx.
I INDIAN RIV. HTS. HOUSE RENTAL S bedroom 2 wrapping fish protect. SALESLADY Edward Realty, 12 Baldwin superhighway Parochial 4 acres located
CENTRAL bath, Fla. room. WhisperingHills ing floors and furniture when wanted apply la person, Shopping Center Phone: M7 and public school bones. 1 on corner cf S county roads
AIR CONDITIONING $150 monthly Call 267- painting etc. Big bundle\ SOc 'k'I. ill Hopkins._ TRAILERS POlTitAHHAYES 3604 Evening and Weekends mile north of Titusvllle, LaGrange with over )5flo ft. of front
Thla 1 bedroom 2 bam 3669. Circulation dept. at Star 2672321. ares, net Old I Dixie 5P. Excellent high Und
beauty can .be yours for Advocate, rear of building. SALESCLERK for cosmetic Highway with lola of tall pine trees
enly M50 down end UNFURNISHED 3 BEDROOM department. Cosmetic sales TRAILER SALES HOUSES FOR SAL CALL Located about I miles aorth
$65.00 per me. Including house Large living room, experience helpful but not required. J07K100Continued : of city and H mile west of
everything! Thefs right kitchen bath on large lot. 1 GUNS Age 21 to 53. ApplyIn New and Used Mobile S BEDROOM HOUSE corner U. 3. No. 1. Buy this fine

$45.00 per "'.. Is alll Rear block off 60 and 1. 2679301. 730 South Dixie person to Mr. Stanger, Homes lot, near Coquina School. On Nat Peae parcel for country estate or
Eckerd Drug, Pirtle Plata 111.500. 267.3009.
lawn fenced. Nice es new Orlando 277-9871 i use it for b'Jlldtnlnta. Frie-
In every respect. Ne qual IRC 2 BEDROOM, built-tn. Old U S. 1 Shopping Center 8210 E. Colonial Drive 4 LARGE bedrooms, forced air ed at $7soa with SIlO dews
/ifying. Better hurry en range, air conditioning drapes N I and $71 per month.
Mrs. Council 267.7021 Saturday Indian River City COUNTER GIRL marking and all GE: equipment FHA tit,* wr
this anal I Sunday Tuesday and checking. Prefer experienced. MOBILE: HOME OWNERS 7(10( $600 down. 267-3364.: I IwOAM 163-10 acrer In ladlaa River

r Thursday. BABY CRIB and mattresa. Tow. Cleaners in person Master 1 NEW GARDENDALE Mart located west of lading
2500 South Hopkins. LIVE RENT I bedroom River Plantations and erie-
bar electric range. 267-8717, I bath, central heat
6 NEW HOMESIN GARDENDALE I ed at $300 per acre, tt%
267-8891. /
conditioning, built In
a r
FREE range, dishwasher double car
and Just redecorated i
range oven. MODEL SUvertone TV.
See our associate, Pete CatIne TABLE garage, Large beautifullyindacaped IMi-Hufe building lot. US s
at Colonial Heightsend Inside and out. 267- 21 inch, with metal stand $35. WANTED AT once first chase corner lot, patio 250. Good /location, w city
he will show you i of 7998. Can be seen after 6 p.m. at cabinet maker 1002 Tropic $20 don payment and M a fenced in backyard, offeredbyowrer t..... $2550 tI._.

the prettiest homes In TI. HOUSE RENTAL 2 bedroom, 133 Park Lane.S Street. month win buy your own full WT-72J2. 400-Owlce building lots avallable

twsvllle. Thai FHA-VA completely furnished 2676153. MONTH OLD ZIG ZAG Repossessed acre mobile borne lot at beautiful BEDROOMTbiitb la several choice
financed beauties are complete Lake Louise Estates.
and reedy for your 64 Model Swing wanted full time, many company Become your owa landlord. location. Beautiful landscaping locations Select your /lot
Prices from Needle Dlal-O-Matle, Like benefits Apply Mr. Tom Carpet Included. and have a borne built from
family. range S BEDROOM BATH IRC. Don't tear up rent receipt eacb
$15,000 .. $17,000. Dent Phone 2672486.UNFURNISHED. New, Makes Hundreds of Smith, W. T. Grant Co., Titusville. month Many families BOW ,.- $6U down. Monthly payments your piau.433APIIICID.
miss th.... Fancy Buttonholes Stitches, Makes Automatic aide la our beautiful trailer com 108.00 including taxes and In..unne. .e i if TO ELL, I I
a. bedroom Sews on visit tor .. Edwards Realty, l] Magnolia Street
S REAL munity us and see frontage
Buttons Blind Hems Monograms LiCE t. t. '
house 2 tile baths. Large s Baldwin ,' tinder
yourself the finest self-owned priced $40 per front
NO QUALIFYING! living room built-Is range, Embroiders, Darns, aalea person to set on FI1A a mobile borne park. Phone: zGiln'Nllft IsWeekends foot Excellent l buslaeti
carports and utility room. Patches, Etc. Assume Remaining VA subdivision. Homes now I ; 2672321. location
$125.00 month. 2671928. 5 Payments of reedy for occupancy, For Interview '
LOAN Ph Credit Mgr. AM 17.50.1 call 267-M40. 14 miles east of Orlando oa S MILES: north of O 11114 3 W-U. S. No. 1 FRONTAGE
This PHA FHA male Home 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath swimming Route 50 Phone 081-$163 bedroom 1H aoo ft. lust north of Mime.
may be |lust far you. Near pool unfurnished, $140 1 USED PHILCO freezer $75. i NATION'S FASTEST growing OR CHRISTMAS PARK ed, double hi.'urn boathouse a soy s..ww. r $43 ft deep. Reduced price

Iy new 3 B.R. I baths on monthly 267-3267 Z e k e $10 down. $1.50 weekly. Use food chain has several ope.* Route No. 50 Christmas, Fls dock and sea wall. Plenty en the .bill we mean. $11,000 and location make
quiet street In ImperialEstates. Evans. our easy pay plan. Goodyear Ingi in the TituavlUe area Phone; 561.2011DISTINCI'IVEt.y Phone for appointment 267.23M this a good investment
the trelnod
Make reasonable Service Store, 315 South Hop Permanent position very! liberal care our movers
cash payment for owner's 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath, large king Titusvllle. 2673013. i company benefits I good NEW your precious houioholi 17J-U. S. No. 1, 50 ft. frontage
equity and move In for house and grounds, unfurnished. starting salary, must have CLASSIC I' furniture. Let us handle your by 135 ft. deep. Scotti
only $102.00 per'me.'total, $125 monthly Bessie Cab- CORD WOOD 2 ft. lengths cash I high school education over SKYLINE and STARNOW ; HOMES move from start to flnlih moor. $1350 Casb.
payment. ells 2671645. and carry. Clinton Motel. I It'll use you time end effort
21, and desire a position for Nothing Down; Sea Us Today tor-Well located borne. Closeto
FURNITURE DISCOUNTSALES. the future Contact the T-Elev. on display I It .a completeline pubUo md Parocbal
CHOOSE FROM 3 OFFICE FOR RENT Mattresses offered at en Stores office, 103 N. Flske, of all models and III... ; TJtusvfllVa"Best Home ThInk cf schools. Hardwood floors! ,
warehouse prices. See us today Cocoa. Phone CMM33 Monday Modern or Early American Value, 3 and 4 Bedrooms, 2 closed in Florida ream
Lovely brick a c. e n te e) NEW BUILDING office space 2111 Garden St. Nldy thru Friday, 1-5 p m. or decor, front kitchens and even Full Bath Homes with Car. drapes Included. Priced at
ho", ... You will agree that US.. 1 So. TitusvUle, 2,000sq. Shopping Center. 267-5733 or .stop by your friendly neighbor private dining rooms. 1 riJ: FIDELITYAgent $14.900.11500 down $10 per
ft. 267-2849. ; ges.
you can't find hotter con 267-1926. hood Eleven Store to pickup bedrooms All budget month pays U. Ibm by
atrvcted homes In Bra application! and Ret more for worry free Living appointment.
On 1 prime call
used All have Sbodreoms USED information. This Is equal BUY NOW
: 1 12 cu. ft Gibson refrigerator an
't' fu kitchens 267-0610 or 267-8866. $65 $10 down, opportunity employer. Used Trailers WILL TRADEat ALLIED VAN LINES SlO. lulls.: new no'a(le For fewhome.
garagea. ROOMS FOR RENT $2.00 weekly. Use our easy
Indian River City.CHARMING. pay plan. Goodyear Service M NASHUA 40' x 10' 1 bedroomSet Colonial available la this ev
COTTAGE FOR rent furnished Store, 315 South Hopkins, Tltusville. up oa lot with awning. Heights OH NIGHT elusive area. Hat fireplace
I 1 bedroom and kitchen. Porch 2673013. COMMUNICATIONENGINEERS Hopkins Ave South entral beat ands I
Phone>> AM 7-0211 bedrooms and baths.
screened and carport 416 64 YELLOWSTONE 27' X I', I 267.8641
3 B. R. Rock Pit Road. BARGAIN HOUSE bedroom. i -rHA.Owned borne.! Levi
New and Used Furniture and --- -
ASSUME FHA LOAN '53 STREAMLINE 21' I $', llrcond. down, tow mommy pay.
ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen sppliances. We buy, trade and menu. Several to chooie
Located In erasbatwan
eM Dixie Hwy. privileges, TV and washer. seu. Refrigerators $25 and SJu30FOlmi' bedroom/ 'q 9 from Call For ..ppoIltolII"t
and U.S. No. I. This well/ AM 7-2283 after 5 p.m. up guaranteed 2510 Hopkins Immediate Openings 55 to see.$44Preownd.
Ave., Phone 267-4705. Open
kept resale home features SUITABLE FOR 1. $15, or 2 Friday nights until I. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT home e. Iowa*
Urge bedrooms, two com $25. Private entrance, corner CAN BE FINANCED BS EE 4-10 years EASY TERMS a, street. Large 1 bedroom
plata baths Urge land- US 1 and 50 next to Ice design and project level II' MARTIN'S MOBILE MOVE RIGHT IN! I bath and screened IW
cage lot. Reasonable house. Call after I p.m., 267 For Sale patience required la tele Ida room. Spacloua fenced
coin fr equity' end assume 3679. central office switching HOMES SALES la back yard with cttrua
FHA pmts. of $117 per me. 4400 16 tires like system and related I 1224 N. U. S. 1 THE BEST BUY IN tree and shallow! w.n. Aa
Call now for appointment ROOM FOR rent with kitchen I ply new, equipment, carrier, wide I Titusvllle .,.:.Jlt excellent buy at Itl.W for
te Inspect. privileges 267-0619 before 5, $60 Rodger Cutter, 267-0434. band transmission, closed I North of Overpass the family that cat afford

after 5, 267-8866. LARGE SPACE beater $15. circuit television teletype FOREST HILLS to put $|VM down Shows
PICK YOUR 267-4621. Intercom and public address TRAILER ion ron ALE by appointment.ISOMOVE .
I BEDROOM utilities, maidservice
COLORS reasonable. 267-4103 FINE WATCH and Jewelry re LOT 75 I 110. all Utilities m : : RIGHT LN. On-
pairing. Jay Bee Jewelers Send resume today lot. very reaiontble. AM T8M7 er wluhe a quirk ule..
2 largo homos now going wan ROOMS WITH bath TV. air "
Indian River City Indian Ely: after $ P.M. 'J Beautifully carpeted ttvleg
Singleton ROM. One 4 conditioned, for Mil workers.
The DowChemical J room and area, formica
B.R. and one 3 .... $30 weekly, double; $25 single, er Plata. TRAILER SPACES FOR RENT kitchen.:'D' bedroom

priced $14,700 and fU.200 Meal available Phone 2679742. ONE REPOSSESSED GE. 1,000 Co. : with Me closets. in ceramic
respectively large ever Mile Motel Rte. south BTU Casement window air LARGE 48 s 100 lot. children tile baths. Good C a-
sited. .letI May we show of new causeway. conditioner. Excellent con Services section New Frontier Park. Ing la back yard. Large M
you these? FHA, VA, ercenv. week. dillon $125. $10 down $2.00 Aerospace 267-0933. Full price $1)450 with moa
flnsnclng. $12.50 Rocket Motel.PERSON.per Mima. Phone weekly. Use our easy pay P. 0. Sol 838, TttusvUle. Fla. thly wymeet of $71. Owa-
2673097.SLEEPING. plan, Goodyear Service Store, 2200 80. FEET OF QUALITY CONSTRUCTION er will finance don pay*
BADGE 315 South Hopkins, 267-3013. Aa equal opportunity BE SAFE! meet of $l&>>.

CAUSEWAYIs ROOMS and efficlencle SEWING MACHINE repair all employer. ISJ-N... I borne la aoutkTitusvUle

3|lust and )4 bedroom miles from beauties.these ange St.*267-3400.for rent 801 Or. mikes. phone 287-9208. BE SURE! FISHERCONSTRUCTION NASA Causeway close to? Thee the lew tea

Select from $ completed. AIR CONDITIONED MOTEL Help Wanted this central, heated and air
homes and move In to* room. Reasonable. Call 267- Deal Only CO. conditioned pre wad home
The Cost of a peck of In River
.rnwl! Priced IIJJJO te 4103. FEMALE HELP WANTED ladles Hclghta.
SIS.ffO. Only $SS' down. --- _-- Cigarettes per day will 267-0564 Priced at $14.808 and $M
FHA Ne down VA. See STORES FOR RENT STORE MANAGER buy an excellent Chrlat- : WiihAREALTOR monthly Shoe by *,.
NEW STORE a office mss Present for your
has la Indian
opening Tituaville
business. 13xa ft $ -|K>0 down will move yeN
River City area for
$395 DOWNAND Heated and aircoadltioDed. Into this bread new I bed
manager of retail store. Retail
room 1 beta borne. Close
MOVE Phone 267-6160. WORLD BOOKRooresontatlve
NO QUALIFYING! management experience Look for thil to Churcbes, school sad
Large t bedroom home located FOR RENT or lease. store preferred. Free hospitalatloa. !*.- symbol for your .II pplD'. Central boat and
EM 20 180ft., or suitablefor life insurance retire.ment electric bulR-In range and.
M Brentwood space .
..... Me. ,,,,,,. only $8$ office. Located Magnolia Submit plan complete paid resume vacation.for 267-4775 I'protection. It .1, SEE OAKWOOD TODAY oven. Priced! at ,1UOI with
Including everything. Make Pius $125 monthly, 267-U2S. rifles integrity FHA monthly teems
Interview to box A f Star
small down payment and WAREHOUSE FOR RENT Advocate. AU replies held la alter-by .,.. enly 1 and high profea- $31- Bualnesa Residential

It Is ywrel strict confidence. ._. sterol standing- Deal Mobile Home Subdivision rnmblnattoa property Just
WAREHOUSE suitable for --- only with a J Realtor off new 4 bed Garde*
WANT TOBUILD shop, garage or atorage. la Street Has a bedroom
center of town. See IL H. Only t Realtor displays borne and two separate
? Hudson at SUr.Ad'oute.WAREHOUSES LOOKING FOR A HOME? this teal.BryanConwiy. Featuring: buildings.DANENBURG.

We have the builder, tho Don't Have The Down ? ttWlnstead
Payment .
lots. the financing, the NOW UNDER
plena. All you sad' U the rolatruc: oL Any sUe up to THIN Inc.George LARGE 75' a 110' LAnCE POOL
urge. Thy dont you come 30.000 square feet. lease 267 M. Barley,

ever In end e pot we of"will hot discuss coffee. tt OSS4.space Industrial available.or commercial WHY NOT TRADE Inc. LOTS WITH SIWJ'J'LEBOAJU ,


ROCK GARDEN I Let ve stow ye* hew yew may have your DreemHeme I W. ChlWre. .. I
The' Home Ivy'' i ffce ..., way. If yew have oeay (M a house Dinenburff Beach
Shopping Center"SUTTON NURSERYGet Las Trailer, teat Car, N rfe er Anything ae Valve I
Call Us. We will take tt In eei e new Mme for yew I Realty $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYTO
Acquainted SALEIs family Dully Real Estate: REALTY

Now Coin; On I Edwards RealtyEd REACH OAKWOOO: From Tituaville jo north I

I -EXAMPLEr- TNI TRADING SMCIALISTS Kittles Agency on U. S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U. 8.1 for .1314 South Washington J

Ic ASSoc. REALTY CO. I Iu.Mvwaram" ISe Harris Realty Inc. one more mile to our entrance on ri hL for lice AM 74353

See our ad every Friday L. B. Newman information Call 2673380. Open tl Moa. ton Sat.
152 S. WASHINGTON 332S OLD DIXIE HWY. SUTTON & ASSOCIATES Donn Searle Realtors or by appoiatmeat

OHUe Ph. Homo Plve-j between TttusvUle Him Sydney Schwartz DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! Where(24 Hr.buyer/ Tel AM.and Service seller M-)

267.3620 H mile aorta of Lapaag I REALTY CO. S W J Smith I AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK pert to fet better aid faster

"!AVI"/t1V W.4 4 Cemetery 217.ZNI 267.9440 1528 S. WASH. I St',ner Realty I I' I 1t"1c.M.nday .


Pee 11 Tttuivllle (".,.IeI.) Bt.r-lvecfe Monday. November f, 1M4I

Your Best Real Estate Buys Are In'_' Titusville

(Continued from preceding psge' Real Estate Real Estate ;. ServicesELECTROLUX Used Cars & Trucks Wanted To Buy

Real Estate

purchase.. 18 N. Auto Part AM 7-3888. .
3 BEDROOM, 1 bath 267-8288.
I I"Welcome EASY!: TERMS, no qualifying. 3-BEDROOM 2 bath enclosed'I' $10,750, low down payment; Work Wanted
to Gracious Living"Located 3 bedroom, 2 bath situated on 2 car garage wall-to-wall, FHA terms Campbell Associates Brftvard County's Only '57 FORD cylinder pick-up. :.
lake, wall to wall carpeting, carpeting, drspes. Has to be Tltusvule, 287-9421. Top condition. Elks Service
beautiful kitchen, priced $12.- seen to appreciate. Reason authorized factory branch. Station 1 mile N Mims, Highway WILL DO !Ironing in my: home..
one mile north of highway 50, west of U. S. No. 600. 2673096. able down payment and assume .: PEACEFUL, TROPICAL tot of "Can Melbourne 1. pick up and delivery if preferred
1, with river convenient to everything mortgage 809 W. Circle -' 94 x 180 U setting for this yc.e: Collect 1039 Alford Street,.
equal distance to Vi'e u with an atmosphere ; ;S I BEDROOM, 1 bath, recently 2875615. lovely completely furnished .i'X; ;;>. 723-5852 .. 1957 FORD pickup, $350, win' Lakeview Hills.
of a country estate Luxuriously finished, wall to redecorated, huge 75 x 255 home in Indian River City. sell reasonable. 2502 South WILL DO washing and !ironing-
lot, shallow well, conventional 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH home down. Hopkins 2673267. .
wall carpeting, each apartment different with Its own Centrally located $1500 in my horn. 2671979.
personality Individual utility and storage room, 12 financing $11,450. 287-5488. Draperies included. 287-3678. Owner will finance. Arrow FREEnl I ;
cubic feet automatic defrosting 2 door refrigerator --- Realty 267-7037, Corner US 1. L. BOTTLED GAS LET' ME sell your automobile. Printing Needs! '
central TV system costs no more, and lew than others & Harrison.NO INSTALLATIONISuburban Browning Auto Sales 405
its equal Spaciously landscaped private groundsand best Hopkins 267-1520. See The 4
many other inviting features. Available Decemberlit
offer. $108 monthly Whispering Propane Star Advocate
NOW RENTING Hills, 2678696. 2019;U. S. .1 N. 267-6411 WantedTOP I

central air, built-ins. carpet* Used Cars & TrucKS In:3 minutes for good used COUNTRY :
W. J. SMITH, Realtor PHONE 257-3511 In,. Large corner lot. Many Furniture.
NO WONSY DOWN 0 NO C10UNO COSH TOVX other extras. WhisperingHills. ,
NEW HOMES A-l "condition, bank financed Repossessed furniture outlet I
Newest, IIIOIt 1IIOCf. .rlopment III FOR BALI er RENT $1085. asking $1300.: Can: bi| 543 U.S. 1 IRC or 810 S. Hopkins
DESIGNED erect)Molt luxury at the Ic.l) seen after 5:3l> p.m"' 267-327 Titusville Boat Buy of the MonthS
FOR BETTER Mownry with brick fronts log .lend- 114 ROOSEVELT Street forsale Titusville trailer Court 267-1399 Day or Night
Bedrooms, 1 bath home
LUXURIOUS at only $6,500.
coped yards a Colonial aluminum
34 BEDROOM LIVING window Hie baths with full color 155 Sun Road I. R. C. three with Built in Kitchen, terrazzo
fixture torratia floors spaciousclouts bedroom for rent at $95 mo. floors, Carporte and
CUSTOM-DESIGNED with lowered door 0 double Tropic & Mantor, for rent at Utility room. Oil heat and
HOMES ON LARGE COUNTRY ESTATES air conditioned Lot 88 x 125
WOODED LOTS sliding glow door overlooking' yard $100 mo.Contact
I SERENELY SUBURBAN? 3 AND 4 BUS.I,1J4,2V4 built-in TV |socks 0 Die window sill a John A. Gordon with an abundance of shrubs.
I utility room 40-gallon water hoatof Reg. Real Estate Broker Appraised value $14.80000.
TO YET NASA ONLY CAUSEWAY MINUTES BATHS$11,500M,050 0 o.nd CENTRAL MORE HEAT) 0 concrete driveway* 23 Main, AM7-3025 Titusville '. :3 AND 4 with Selling very price good only terms.$12,60000


,Kiddy" klito, CAJ rang with hood oxhautr. Doublerinks choice wooded lots, city sewerage '
.._..... ", Formic eoblnetil and water, paved street :t' 1240 S. Hopkins Ave.,
and sidewalks. High, 1 block Titusville Fla.
'i hII. off U.S. 1, near schools, shopping Phone 287-6327
.' Large Bedrooms Evenings 267-7559
zoned Al. Sell one or e
MODELS OPEN FROM $80 MONTHLY all at investment $1500 Call '
owner AM7-5627, Titusville. Family!, Rooms JUST
'Including principle, tnforeit, taxes,
SEI THEM NOW Insurance, houte and lot. I LARGE BEAUTIFUL house lot, 100 i iI
e Naturally bcautlM with orange trees, WhisperingHills Central Air Conditl.oning '. i
..... per mon/l
II kPU' Elementary school section
wII......1pIIM4IMfIg 155 x 110. Excellent tocstion. and Heat Include.
I NEAR SCHOOLS CHURCHES a SHOPPING CINTIU a PARKS 267-3211 or 287-2249. principal GeorgeBarley
eOUHeat FHA FINANCING ''d Interest

e CHyWat.r&S.w.mPlodrsd Services \

e Wallafrom ,'$INGUT N .V,.. TITUSVILLE. UA. Ptf1 261.4846 SETTLES ROOFING. Com ,
plete Roofing and Remodel'log COLEMAN' BROS. .
$13,950 Service 1004 Fine Street. REAL ESTATE
Phone 2673455.ENVELOPES .
$75 "00 Old Dixie Highway"
o. Business Sizes,' LOOK for the Signs
for mulling Full stock at
VA-NOTHING DOWN Star-Advocate. I 267-8543 3 BEDROOM 2 Bath, .
FHA-ssoooowt |on Titus Ave., $13,200,
fenced in yard built in
(N.CIe Lae c...., electric range.


............1_."..sstIsMaw Net. Cozy 2 bed
IrEit4! ....,....,.Th n. ..IIIIIt bdn.s., room, 14 baths builtin -
.M MM MCWI.,.nllltllt MMtof kl B-1, water ands wer already, Owner will sell all range and oven
MOM n-CH KM**} 'Screened porch,
"N..r !1..11. i IedlrM.d.misMHlohg. or part for only $35.00 foot. Total 440 ft available. lot. Better hurry, only
SUCH .. ine kwtliiiM flsa. N per $82 per month after
.f MS1 ton Doth. Prhnlt ...... down payment.
ttrracM Ml Mm., **trtiiwirtiCfclMrM'i .
LUXURY Pliytr**.e' lMtfry ail RENTALS
slr if***ca flof .a..rut. CUSTOM HOMES SEVERAL Excellent '
r rI ..k............" ...." ....... furnished and unfurnished
....... Minting. ssd.arty seem homes for rent in
I FOR SOLITTLE hltll'....*M.1ItIfII..... Bring us your'drearp> p'larwoHet: :' our, registered engineers Tltusville.2 Fully air conditioned

design one to ybiir1! jndiYi.duaf 1 t'taste. A:'te.w choice estate & central IVi bath heated apts.I bedroom Enclosed ..

!.B garage, close to
sized lots available irvTitusvilles newest and finest sub- shopping month. &schools. $135

', I .---0 division. Only 3 {initiated ta.Garderi street with no city 342 8.!

u4 r, Studio 1 & 2$100 Bedroom monthly Rental Unfurnished Apartmentsfrom taxes and yet all city.convenidnces.' ....:.',' : or wallhinltGn8

'.., .
Models Now Open For Inspection
rurnlibwl moduli BOW on dliplajr, Not Oocupmc/




Street, eight units with individual air conditioningon .. ..
separate meters Mortgage commitment and build- JESS W. CHILDRE *

Remember i ing permit already-Issued. r;,'These fatly"? fireproof units It II A L TO..t .YIL aN

can get are ready to start now. $12,000.00 a year gross, an excel- t
"North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service" lent investment at only 5/2 times 'income I 8t., :

&zu.1'Q" I

461 Bwq ?.I p6es.wmWgw No qualifying-New 4 bedroom;
At4raou R-3, curbs, streets, sewer and water on Garden 2 bath Sell Price $17.300. C
Down payment $800. Monthly
Street. Excellent terms, mortgage money available. payment $127 Including principal
interest taxes and in-
on your new IN THE MARKET FOR A NEW HOME I surance.

Drive out Singleton Avenue (detour road construc New 3 bedroom, 1H bath.
tion) to new bi-level home. This 2000 square foot FOUR FURNISHED UNITSAll I Sell price $14900 Down pay .
went $430.
65 FORDAT Monthly payment
home can be reproduced for $21,200.00. Includingheat \ $111 including principal, interest. -* *
air, dishwasher and disposal and many other air conditioned stable and solid tenants Uses and insurance. '' :
extras. In addition over twenty models from whichto very nearlynew
New 3 bedroom. I bath Sell T
choose, ranging from $16,200.00. This communityhas C.B.S. Apartments with city water and sewer, within price $16,000. Down payment "
sewer water paved streets and side walks WX) Monthly payment $119including
fireplugs and street lights. SALESMAN ON PREM ,walking distance to Howard Johnsons. principal. Interest,
ISES. taxes and insurance.

McCotterMotors CALL MR. FfANTZISEDWARDS New 3 bedroom, > bath, Coo

TWO BEDROOM, furnished, nice quiet ventlonal financing $17,950.
Down payment$950. Large liv' '
Beautiful lot with i
neighborhood. many '
lug room turquoise kitchen ,
fruit trees. Only $10,800. Conventional financing REALTYBRANCH fireplace.

Commercial sites on U.s. No. land
Garden Street from $5.000 *
& l/"Jlcatl J"C. to 75000. :



101 So. Washington Titusville AM 7.2112 1240 South Hopkins 267.9542 2675563"service
Dial AM 7.2011Day, Night or Holidays

.. '
i -- Beyond the Contract'* .


PAYMENT $15,000 TO $19,000

ttSeautifulA Several Large LOTS fO SALE la TAT C.
: Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville $4750 to $6850 Homes tTa ls to MOOiq.rtml) d sa :

.F H A LOW DOWN. Only 2 Miles West of U. S.1 On Garden Street COWART & CARTER ,

PAYMENT THREE & FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY| ROOM TWO TilE BATHS .1200 Phone Garden: 287-3222 St, or Titusville 257-2531 :.



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MISTER BREGER STAR ADVOCATE'S many charge accounts, one monthly! billWe

Crossword Puzzle

ACRD S 10.V... BOIIa are starting something new for North tying you as a member of our plan. This permits

S.Dek .... eoIaeIneIft Brevard County. you to charge purchases at any store displaying a

DOW1t JI,nr*>. *BNB Plan" membership emblem.
Merchant IBeOrlkM .,. This is a plan which will enable you to say

.GottUraa Marina fajntt ST.ChbJ..WreHHQttkav "Charge it" in many store, and get just one This la an exclusive feature of our bank -

ULRoye tttxrinkloiaiM i monthly bill, through our bank covering all of one of the young ideas a young bank like ours

ett : II.PMI'Ott your accounts is lively enough to start You do not have to be

:Pr..Nly 4.Cbmbt M.Katlonal a depositor here to join the plan.
Rabbit {. with It's called tho "BNB Charge Account Service."

U.A ha* aMbrancf You ice us about It and we give you a plate Identi Ask: us about it

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bear Ann.Landers; We havetwo has happened Is more amazing ta.IXp.rt* WANT TOA TH& PEPTOOM 6Hill RCAUy

[ sons. For almost three yearsMy than the needle trick. : r h SD &E1" i lotCJ'fCMENTQefl
MfM = tanp \\ 1 1
husband and I have want- M'IeI

m another child but we've had'no Dear Ann Landers: Please

luck. About a'month ago my tell teenagers not to marry to Jealous. They have all tried to MATICB TOP VACATIVO! usl'I'
after said she'd like to try tbeneedle get away from home. If borne lose weight but they cut stick ABANDONING., AND CLOKIMOCEBTAIN DIHfONTINI.INU 'I t

trick on me to determine is Intolerable advise them to to a diet. BOAI>a.aTBBKTaAKU \

whether or not I'd have more move out when they become of ALLCtaTO )
Do believe that when WHOM CONCERN: )
work their you pee rr MAT :
children. legal age way
lose TAXI NOTICE teat tk Cut. I
pIe lose weight they usually *
She took a threaded needle through college or get a job ,
I Council .f tk* City ef Tltu"Ills o
Ind and themselves. theIr overweight friends? Brvtr4 Counlr, riorlda. enPMIU.
it across middle support Getting
NEW CUASSIS .. al ....lItI.. land ....1',
finger. Then she 'dangled the married to escape from tyran will *n the M day *f November .

threaded needle over the top of nical parents is always a horrible Dear New: It can happen sad Itat. at TIO. P.M. at. the Clt.I HHTltwvlll .
I riorid coBildor end II to
ny hand, steadying it between I mistake.I obviously does happen. But ..'. >ln. whtkr ar opt the

bee thumb and index know such people are not friends. City wlU viral, tbtndoo. 41*
finger untf whereof I speak. The ..allaa, kd clan all raid:
it stood perfectly slill. If the man I married turned out to be They are acquaintances who( ...*..*. ak< ally la and over tk.
I shared misery.You've krl>aftr 6>*crlbo4 arvixrtr and
'once a common
'1edle remained still it meant twice mother
as mean as my rao..*ea sad dlaolalm a., nbf
\ would not have any more thil: and father put together I jump lost nothing el value. said City aid Ika public In and VERY WLLI, MR, tFENDYUURSCLr11'M HtPIOafT DUDLEY RNNTWA RAISE, PUT
it. ta *., at Ml4 Iand..r any InlorI APCRNATIrlIFpWAPA COMING THINK IT MOULD 90 THIS ly/WJ
en. If it moved back and forth ed from the Forget .
, frying pan Into the tkrla ao*". .. kv ..rob._ / 1CU REALLY AT 10U1
Ut meant a boy. If it moved inirejes fire and I've been alrl, 4vlM. 44toatla or proorlttloB -
frying ever
'I AM Landers vU be gM! te tar atri, silo,** road, WAN11Q N9PARRING
it meant a girl. since.I help wlta problems. ar ilakway pur less aald l. proa LI1TLe
you your
arty kl 4*. r*4 U fellow .
We tried it three times. Twice 1 wish there were a law which Send them to her la care ef this ALL :!tka rw M of aha s DUOIEYI'
would force couples to watt for H t..eUa .
enclosing a stamped :u N'MN YnirICarty
e needle moved back and newspaper .. lugs
three months
after registering ddrealel rtorlda. LEM AND I
I"" envwope.r
orjh, meaning I had two their intentions to marry. I believe KXCEPT araavrt 4aorlbo4la 11
oys, which was right The a 44 -..... la Deed }'
It would
reduce the
Dumber IIOTIC' 'I. C..D'.B.T. Book 14* P*** IKK Pvklla It oor4a I
hird time It stood still!, indicatng of marriages by at least 10 ... cpl sub of ,.." ore h.r.by ef ".*"aN CgnlrItftl Tina
I would not have more uUtled ... "'It..... ,. ,"".' ads AND KXCBPT
any per cent and cut the divorce .> .Ia'.n a>4rou ._.... whlek c..."", IC...... Ualt 0.*. aor4laa -
hildreit rate in half. Agree? TRAVELED or ltk-r *r Toil BM* k a ** : Ie Plat ..*..*, re05rdad > 4Z ))1k
(*!.* Ik* .... Carl A la Plat Peck U. Pan 134.Pvkll
This past week six different TilE ROUTE Tup w. .**ta4 11 af OttavaCounlr. Hord *f Vrvar4 i
e... Florida,
OrB Tarp .. 4W
omen tried it on me and the Dear Traveled: I agree. I oft. Ie lbs Ctuity ., anv.r7Csu.ty. ALPO that mart at Ike NW
ataxia were the same. I tried it .\F 515 l- Ml et Ik* IB H of Srll 0. I*.
en tell teenagers if it's love it under went. tka *wft TMkla M ....1... Ra... U PLEASE NollGIYa RSINO t1a3CTIOII
n them and the needle was can wait If it can't wait it's tint ...MI.*ilB *( tkl. ..u... Bail. Br..a.. County, Florida. ME NEINI A LINGUIST IGTHIwDRltwtYOPALLI
ight time. .IM the MM sal k* ....*.. lark a* 4oorlk4 la Do4 Book YUMYUM,
every not love it's chemistry. Anda lklm *r ._a.' a>Ml k* la mate XX Pm W a4 IU. Pafcll
I know this sounds nutty, but based ar ."d form mvlr'4 kr IanvrroN Rr4 af Brvar4 Y.... ,, wuLwuso ANCW snxllAS
marriage on chemistry
e' accuracy of these tests ismazing. su rvrrvnAaolllarr riorida.AH s>t tot
can't last because chemistry .. *aUrCHOrrON. __. latoroelod may *a. WITH ME
How do you explain changes. IKBWBM *. Soar aid h* hoard at the UBM aadlalae TONKiHT?
? '- D.L. HOLLAND obeys ***oind.CITT 1II
X**. a. a. 14 M (.,...) 1H4.KOT1CB COUNCIl, l
Dear ,D.L.! I won't try But Dear Ann Landers: I was Bill WalkorMarr :

ils I can tell you if you one of those girls who heard .r tNTBWTIAIf T* ATTCtTl Miraant e.._' I

ant another child Just believe people say time and again, "You EOIITIB: rictiTioca HAM Cltr Clerk
.. ... .. .. ..
oem.lIa/ with |(* Bill H* 4 ( > 1M4.
i needle trick. Give away have such a pretty face if Ms. til-

our baby buggy, your crib, the you'd lose some weight you'd be Laws of Tls.al:1rH :
win rtfOUr with theClerk ENVELOPES Business Ellis
roller end the diaper pail. Ac- a knockout Eight months ago I Mho Clravlt Court ta Br. -
cpt the fact you will not have decided to do something aboutIt. vH Cxiair .,*..... ..*. ..*..l for .amn,. Full stock at
II .( .rf ., MklltUa at tkl Stir-Advocite.
sore children. Chances are I went to my doctor and he BoUe. Ik* tSHlBr HtltlM

itain a year you'll be pregnant.e put me on a diet I followed hit aam which. la will Brl'f.. laiawtu. la ..
aat' kra *
? frequency with which this instructions and lost 41 pounds. ko. k!*. at ..r.\n.\ Florida JIM'S TV

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I the oily ltrta la
I feel 100 per cent better and Mid kttllpoM,perused *

I look 200 per cent better. The Dt.d >t TttarrllU, Ftarlda.Ikl .
1 I problem Is rye lost three fat Mta 4.f .f OaUkar, A.D. NIW MANAOIMINT

friends. I suspect these girls Iw Icrt IdoM.OM. .. UI M. IRC I ...." w e!
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Pat If THvtvlNa (flsrids) StaMoVacaft Mndr, Navemto 1H4
Mrs. Kyzer To

Program In "Full Swing" Carl F. Sform Dies Friday In Jaycees Sponsor .

Dies SundayCarl Jacksonville New Year's Eve DanceThe

Now In North Brevard SchoolsThe Chaucer F.Road Storms, Indian, age 50 River, of 1615 Mrs Freddie Kyzer age 71, I

sudden a former resident of Mimi, passed TttuaviBe Jaycees are radio and appearances Uffougj- Entertainment wm ben at S
City area, passed
away at the home of her New Years Eve
away sponsoring a out the nation pm and last until ?
new YMCA, serving all, vltles as flag football, basketball ly at his home Sunday, Nov. 8. daughter, Mrs. R. P. Treadweil, Dance at Fisher's Warehouse, Steve Pantano, chairman of Reservations for this gala
of North Brevard County, has Softball and track will be Born In Caldwell County, Ky., In Jacksonville, Fla. Friday fol. which has accommodations for the dance committee, has dedicated event may be obtained by calling -
1914 he here
May 13. came seven
opened its doors for service. available for the boys while the lowing a long Illness. over 860 persons. himself too 2CT-4218.
With its new office space in the girls will have a variety of programs years ago from Kentucky. He Besides her daughter, she is Music win be furnished by The the New making Years this _

old Indian River City Post Office which include games,. was a heavy equipment opera. survived by two brothers Bower Dick Trombla Quartet, featuring event outstanding of this area. eve Too Late To Classify I
the YMCA is ready to of crafts, sports skills dramatics tor.He Andress of Jacksonville and Sonny Raymond, formerly with
; fer programs for the entire and trips. I was a veteran of World John Andrews of Detroit, Mich.; the Stan Kenton band, at the ten The admission price for the I.S.T I
War II member of the Order BYO.B. dance if
family. For the 6-8 year old boys and two sisters, Mrs. Eleanor Flood or saxaphone. A special added $5 per couple CALICO PERSIAN CAT very
F&AM, 127 Paducah, and which includes free
Ma Ky. of Jacksonville and Mrs. J. W. set-ups, large, named Dinah. Reward.
The YMCA as a national organization their fathers there will a attraction will be vocalist Kelly
Order Eastern Star 417 SmIth. hats and
noisemakers 267-3947.
has as its purpose'developing program called Y-Indlan land, Ky. Slickner of Tallahassee; five Zarvas, who has made TV and Phone 267-0341 or l

Christian personality Guides. This is a national program He is survived by his widow grandchildren and one great
and building a Christian developed to foster the Mrs. Ada Storms two grandchild. A
; daughters
society" The North Brevard campanlonship of father and Funeral services were held at Mims Resident
Betty Armstrong,
this each 2:30 p,m. Sunday at Smith's
Family YMCA will carry son. Fathers and sons in SmithIand, Ky., and Mrs. Kath- THANK YOU
purpose into all of its pro school will organize tribes of erlne Fryar Adaville, Ky.; one Chapel with Rev. Joseph Boat- AxphyxialedMamie ,
.grams. With the help of well 12-18 members who will take Ballowe Santa wrlght officiating. Intermentwas
stepson, Harry ,
trained Christian leadership, part in tribe meetings, camp'lngtrips Marla Calif. in the family plot at La-
; three sisters,
the YMCA will maintain a high and Nation Grange Cemetery under the direction Franklin, 44-year-old
special projects
Liiiii Mrs. May Thomas Gary, Ind.
; workers and voters
\, standard of program develop activities.In Mrs. Wilma Tracy Iowa; Mrs, Home. of Smith's Funeral colored female dead on, Mlms arrival was at Jess pronounced everybody,

ment. the high school program, Hester White Colorado. Parrish Memorial Hospital Sunday
I John King, YMCA executive John Kingan Hi-Y, the YMCA will offer boys The remains are being forwarded morning after becoming

(manager, reported last week and girls a special club pro to Princeton, Ky., today City I while endeavoring to for your wonderful support and vote. I will be there In
the "Y" started Its elementary gram. The clubs are organized by Smith Funeral Home. extinguish a mattress fire at her
after school club activity
school Gra Y in the for
program, as small friendship groups home. Washington working
schools of North Brevard. This Each club meets once duringthe of 20-25 members. These clubs ball and volleyball, china paint. Continued From Page 1 Deputy Earl Futch of the Bre-
program offers to boys and week and Saturday morning offer to the members a well ing and many others. The school board has submitted vard County Sheriffs Dept. was you as hard as I can I
I girls in the 3rd thru Cth grade for special programs. Such actiGibson rounded program of social and Because of the need to serve suggestions as to the Immediate dispatched to the residence on 4t

j I service activities-. in a Christian. the entire family, the North sidewalk needs for getting Church Street at approximately fie next 2 years
atmosphere. These ClUbS willtake Brevard Branch YMCA offersa school children: to school safely. I:30 am. to investigate a reported -
I'I' School News part in not only local activities family membership plan. Scheduled to appear for informal fire and upon arrival "
i but those on state and This membership includes par discussions is Dick Spang- Found Mrs. Franklin was being ED GURNEY"
national level ticipation in the of ler assistant to commissioner taken the
By N... Ehnore tee II programs county hospital by a neigh
1 assisting.The Since the "Y" Is serving the Gra-Y, Hl-Y, Indian Guides and Gus Faulk, who will outline
'Even there rain
Gibson though was 4th year pupils will takea entire family, there will be a I some special family programs reasons for the county's desire bor.Futch said his investigation Your ',
termed wonderfulThe High Homecoming was field trip to Silver Springs variety of programs for adult I at no additional fee. This membership for M1 zoning for portions revealed the deceased had been { qL

homecoming parade was Saturday. The bus will leave participation. Such activities I entltals members to of Arthur Dunn Airpark. The smoking in bed and set the mat Congressman .
and Gibson School at 7.30: a.m. Children will Include women's fitness, take part In informal education zoning request has brought protests tress and box springs on fire.
a huge success I
present at the game on everyone Saturday are urged to be on time art classes beginner and advanced classes at. reduced member! from residents in the Gar- In an attempt to put out the fire wroNa coMMTnt..iomi' +MeN"NU NOfNNlRN NnMeeNNna.,......." '
Sponsors are Mrs. N. Elmore bridge 'ceramics, sewing I rate. The cost of a family dendale area, directly behind with a garden hose she was fa.
1 enjoyed hard
night a fought
and Mr, Curly Edmonson. golf, Judo, men's basket- membership is $20,00 a year. the airpark. tally overcome by the smoke. ]
game -
Princl al F E. Wlli1 .
p ama -- ---
{ wishes to thank the community STORE HOURS: 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER PHONE AM 7.1511

for the splendid cooperation given

ing.during the week of homecom = Perfectly Wonderful Fashions To Go Into Fall

On Tuesday night, the P.T.A. I W!
will meet in the cafetorium,
\ with William Brown presiding. III
A speaker will be present from II

Volusla Community College, UllU .. Feminine
Daytona Beach. All parents and I I : Eternally
Interested adults are urged to
J be present. The meeting II set

f for 7.30: pm. ), \\.',' .. '" ,I.r.. :(. '0>", .I ,I Lingerieby
Mrs. D. James and Miss M.
Bryant presented a skit in chapel
Wednesday morning in observance

of Children's Book .
,Week. This program was given
'" ,. by the Elementary Department. / Kayser 1 MI
I -
Principal Williams urged each
''I student to read a book during .0 bj
this week. ,1
The students In Mrs. Elmore'i 7
room will report on a book of NN'r
their choice Friday as a culminating
I activity for "S 0 o II:
Week". These reports will be
oral and written. I "v
I The faculty of Gibson was en. I

Icrtalned with an informal talk t ;
.J from Dr. Bradley Baker, assist. I I
r ant superintendent of Brevard
i I County Schools, on Wednesday a
afternoon. He asked teachers to
help plan a program that would
result in producing the type of
Students the county wants.
After this message, questionswere
asked. Refreshments consisting

,i of coffee and cookies
were served. Mrs J. Hill servo 4' .'*
ed as the hostess, with other IR c
members of the social commit-

r ;y1 '
mod' The teaion's loveliest n ,
Mrs. W D. Bruner returned 4', 4r lingerie look by Kiyser.
home last week from a week's R'C (left) Clouds of chiffon
visit with her sister, Mrs H. T. over nylon tricot in a a
shift etched with
Seal who is a patient at Rich. t handcut gown lace blonoms.

mond, Va., Memorial Hospital.She In caribe blue sea-
was accompanied by her spray, tally ho pink
daughter, Mrs. Royce Agner of ,'y i" K'_ r pearl S M L. MS
Perry, Fla. k F yS V % -- (right). Light and
opaque tissue nylon tri

The Titusville Star- p rios: ilip. 'V,htfea32 del.38:

Advocate, 1st in cir- J I Iw 5.W. Also panties, sizes
culation in North 5,6.7.

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