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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 13, 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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The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents LIBRARY

84th Year No. 137 20 Pages Today Titusville, Florida, Friday November 13, 1964 3c Per Copy Pub ed and ednea s a


4 Sidewalk Program i

.I Ready For Study

air a City ProperlyTo

10,000th Phone Installed Share, In Cost!

Sidewalks, an expensive Item !
Alf1 The Installation of North BreVard'i -
that everyono wants, but no one
10,000th telephone today wants to for. will come
pay upfor
marked milestone In thecommunity'
a big
+ study and a possible resolution I
r telephone history.
at the next Tltusvllle City
The Installed In
telephone was
Council .
,, the office of J. H. Oabaugh,
manager of Dow Aero Space to City Manager
2 1l. Service In Titusville, Cleveland Talmadgo he proposes
IA b.." .... to submit i resolution of necessity
'. .
j. According to Pat Blumer, local for a sidewalk programand
', ,' \. } 't: manager for Southern Bell a list of sidewalks recommended -
.\ \ 1011''it..w, > in Titusville the first telephone by the school board to
t :,: : >
: \r; was Installed by Southern Bell best relieve student traffic off

.,' ., '" ."" In Tltusvllle In 1924, after pur-- streets near schools.
\ ; ,.. chasing the Brevard County Tel c There are areas of the city
w : ephone Company on July 1,1924: which are desperately in need
At that time there were 127 I of sidewalks to keep: children on
telephones In Tltusville their way tn schools, off thestreets.
It. By 1935 the number of telephones P These streets are being
In Tltusvllle had grownto r'w' i \ given prime consideration In the
134 and In 1945 there were :sidewalk program and will be

LR 236. the first constructed.Talmadge .
According to Blumer the next estimates the cost

five years things began to pick of the project to the city to be
up and by July I, 1950! there wea approximately $80,000 and the
4FRIDAY total of (20 telephones In the participation of the city and ad

Tltusville exchange.With meant property owners will bear

.\ the advent of Cape Kennedy this coot, The City will put up
110,000 and property owners
i and the Increase In t hi.
countries missile and space exploration whose property abuts the
program the expansionIn sidewalks will put up the other
telephone installation In Titus 140,000. The school board will'

ville was shifting to high gear, 10.000TH TELEPHONE J, H. Cla- Wilson, Southern Dell POX installer- bear part of the cost.
Blumer said. baugh, right, manager of Dow Aerospace repairman, installs the 10,000th North The entire footage to be constructed
Services, watches while Leon Brevard Telephone.-Dohannon Photo. will be approximately
Only five years later In Julyof 48,840 square feet They will be
1955 this figure had almost! four feet wide, of concrete four
13TH-Wayne Barber forgot Cadle was painting. That'll teach him! doubled with the total telephones Inches thick and the average
I the hex on Friday 13th and walked under -S-A Photo. reaching 1,244. In July of I960 Brevard United FundExceeds cost will be $210 per foot

a ladder where his neighbor, Bruce this went to S.1N. July of 19 ?, Sldewalks-to be constructed: .

( .. .....- 7.132. Qne year later with theInstallation n*. under the proposed+ sidewalk *
of 1.M1 telephones program of the city fa1
there were SM3 working tele lows:
Traffic Violators change Blunter Titusville ex Goal 110 West side of Key Largo Drive
said. ; from State Road M south to city

Blumer added, "The Installation limits
North side of State Road 80
000th telephone this In historic Tltusville 10- from Key Largo Drive to Rose-

Receive WarningChief shows the growth and progressof Percent Reported hill Avenue
Tltusvllle and Its surroundingarea" East: side of Row-hill Avenue "
from State Road SO to Cleveland

of Police W. T Brown for them," said Sgt George L 1 Christmas coming up, we Implore The United Fund of Brevard 15,570130 per cent; AMR agencies'services will thus be Road.
He added
"During the West side of Rnsc'hlll Avenue
lias given notice that, effective Marshall.A : everyone to drive carefully years, requirements for both past County exceeded its goal In the Employee $102,733 124 percent << able to carry forward their plan- from Cleveland Road to Knot
Immediately, his department little courtesy and less speed and give the other man a final week of the campaign with .
local and long distance service ; Public Employees $3031 nod programs thanks to the wonderful McFlae Road
will tighten up on all traffic via would cut way down on these break It may save your 1400,510 or 110 per cent turnedIn.
lations in the City of Tltusville. accidents, Marshall said. life, and we're not kidding"Marshall have Increased tremendous The goal was $354,000. -121 per cent, NASA, $21,575- cooperation extended North lido of unnamed street
Increasing traffic accidents "With.thanksgiving andbkA emphasized. ly, along with the physical bus- Seven of the 11 county divisIons 119 per cent, Patrick AFB, $22.-, throughout the county and the from Darden Street to Hood
ness and Industrial expansion of Avenue.
within the city limits, which exceeded their goal as follows 842 114 per cent, North : untiring services of three who
the area". East side of Hood Avenue
have reached an all.tune high, I Vandals Drink Pop SmokeVandals I : yard Area, $17,239 114 nre-j gave so generously of their time from the unnamed street to Mo-
prompted this ruling. Public School, (12,420 139 cent. and efforts In administering the Donald Street.
Accidents within the city for per cent; Corps of Engineers, The United Fund and campaign. I
the period Jan. 1, 1964 to Nov. broke Into the Bre ed the entire building, looting Women Charged South side of McDonald Street
12, 1964, total 113 with four killed vard County Board of Public Instruction desks and breaking into vend from Hood Avenue to County
and approximate damageset office sometime Wednesday I ing machines. Jobe ConcedesTo Road.
With Second Titan 3A West side of Road from
at $173,948. In these accidents night and made off with Sgt. Saldano estimated the TorluringCrippled County
26 automobiles have been nearly |300 In cash and proper. damages to broken windows and McDonald Street to Thomas
ty. I other property at approximately Street
declared a total loss. Opponent
"Many of these accidents are According to Sgt. Tony Sal. ., $50 ChildTwo Flight ScheduledCAPE North side of Thomas Street!
caused by Just plain carelessness dana of the Titusville Police Department The vandals apparently enjoy. C C JtAte, candidate for Coon from hood Avenue to city

and motorists not watching entrance was made at ed themselves during the escapade Negro women were arrested ty Surveyor, who was defeated North
what they are doing, and the east end of the building as eight or nine empty soft today and charged with KENNEDY (APTheAir the Air Force plans to use fora by William II. Powell by a H from the side railroad of to Coquina line Lane.Ave.
others to watch out where several windows were drink bottles were left behind the number missions vote stated lie
expecting scheduled of
Force has second military space margin Thursday
beating a 13-year-old Invalid West side of Pine Lane from
broken. The believed to and butts
culprits, cigarette were scattered
orbital test flight of the Including the orbiting of would not demand a ballot re
girl with a cord from an electric Coquina Avenue to Knot McRae.
have been young boys, ransack on the floor of the building.
rocket count
ron. Titan 3A military apace a manned laboratory South side of Knox McRae

Number System Committee Of 100 Called To Meet I Lottie Mae Maxwell, 42, the for next Thursday Jot*, who has faithfully served Drive from Pine Lane to Co
girl's stepmother, and Elizabeth The rocket will attempt to Youth Charged the office for the pant four! ulna School:
I A special meeting of the Committee ty-wide! planning and Industrial Davis, 31 are being held In the place its third stage In orbit asa years sent a congratulatory letter North side of Knot MacRw:
For Cily DraftedFinal of 100 of the Greater Tl committee composed of Searle- county Jail on charges of torture i flying launch platform. After With Distributing to his opponent and pledgedhis DrIve across Coquina School
tusville Chamber of Commerce North Brevard Ernie Johnson ing and tormenting Diane Maxwell completing one orbit of the globe Lewd PicturesA support for the continuation. property to the Section Lino
draft of a proposed numbering I has been called for Central, and Carl Schmidt- an eighth grade student at the platform Is to launch a dummy i>l the program pledged by Powell Last of system for the enUre city Monday, South Brevard. Gibson school. satellite year-old Tltusville man In his campaign. Ha. Utilities Plant from city
of Titusville has been preparedby Nov. It, at 4 p.m. at the community i This recommendation entails Police were notified today by On the first flight last Sept 1, forfeited a tOO bond this week Joke, head of the firm of C park!: to Knox MacRae Drive.
Larry Fonts, community room of the Citizens. selecting five Committee of 100 the girl's aunt, after the youngster the third stage burned out three after arrested on charges of C Jobe Associates, Inc". Consulting East side of Hopkins (II..gnolla -
planner. Bank. members to serve on an advisory bad gone to school where seconds early and failed to Jawed and lascivious Engineers Land Surveyor ) Avenue from Coquina Ave.flu .
Fonts, who works with county The purpose of the meeting, council to work with the''the beating was discovered by a achieve orbit Changes have making Mcrrttt Inland, sent copies ,, to High/ !School:
planner Bruce Briggs, finished according to DoM Searle, presIdent Brevard Planning and Industrial school teacher, who noticed been made In a guilty valve In phone caUs. of the letter to Governor North side of South Street
the draft late this week and the Is to discuss the possibility Commission In a county wide bruises: and stripes on the child. the helium pressurization system Percy Coleman did not appear tied llaydon Rums, Board of from Palm Avenue to Park!: Ave.
draft will be sent to City Council of securing a baseball farm effort of planning and Industrial The girt said the women beat In court this week, forfeiting County CommJMlonen and all llue.
for study, according to City club here In Titusville; to study solicitation, Searle told the Star- I her "all the time." The reason I Titan 3A in forerunner of the his previously! ported $400 news media In the county, u South skle of South Street from
Manager Cleveland Talmadge.The the recommendation of the coun Advocate.Christmas'. I for the beatings were unknown. 1 powerful Titan 3C rocket which bond I well u others. (C"'uM' OIl Page 21)

Miss Universe Miss USA Buddy Morrow Will HeadlineTitusville

Jaycees Annual Christmas Parade, Bm! I IseUOlt

largest aggregation in history *. with last year's dance leg rerann /planning Christmas parties near unit, win make this year's Jaycee
will wind its way through! Arnold and parade cochairman enjoyed by about 700 residents. lie stressed the fact that the'the Dec I date would be welcome l parade the outstanding parade
Tttusville streets during the Jay- Bob Keel hare announcedthe Wimpy Mann co chairman' building will be warm: If the to combine it* parties I In central; Florida and I
tee Fourth Annual Christmas parade route as worked out of the dance, pointed with pride weather Is root I with the dance. and table rue possibly the state The annual
Parade on Saturday, Dec J.Twentyone by Tttanrffle Police DepartmentThe to thJ year's' featured orches Mann said that any firms emUum can be made by calling I vent has received state-wide
commercial floats, parade will martial near 4' Ira Buddy Morrow and Us fa- him at 2C74C6I. : recognition each i year
professionally built and 30 homemade the high school and win go aortaon mores Night Train" group, a 14 The dance wa begin at I pm.
organizational floats, plus Hopkins Avenue south bound piece orrbwtra.Lack and "no one will predict when
13 bands, win herald the appearance V S. 1) to Garden Street West of facilities always "v k'SeMy it win end" Mann said
of the twin-bffled beau on Garden to Park, North oa plagues the Jaycees for a spotto Reserved tickets wffl be $7M j
ties Miss Universe and MissUSA. Part to Draa Field. bold their dances, and this r per couple, and dress will be
The chairmen announced that year's' dance win be held at the semi..formal
George Arnold, chairman 01 : bleachers wffl be erected on fisher\ Building across 111 Muis! Universe and fill USA
this years Christmas Garden Street to seat : Jess Pariah at
festivitiesof approximately Miss USA from Memorial win be the featured guests
the Jaycees, said today that MlM Unlnn. I >,MO people. A minimum I Hospital the dance as Is the custom: in the I1Gars.
there win also be about 40 other charge of II cents far Mann pointed out that the past with Mill Florida, Miss
units fan the parade Including, about 12 churches bad indicated I adults and 23 cents for children Invites win be the annual Jaycee building win be far better than America, and Miss USA.
complete horse sections: featur wishes to participate with religions 1 win be made for the bleacher Christmas BaO, wfcitk I for the previous building used for The twin-biffing of the two .International
ing the North Brevard Horse- themes centered around seats the past three yean las been the annul dance, with 14.000 beauties, plus the
tun's Quit. Be also said that the slogan "Keep Christ la I The cbnax of the ands J act the crowning social event of the square feet of sealing and danc- Meow size and depth of the parade kaeid


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t Tltu,,,>>I., (FUrMi), St.,-Advueto Friday, Novtmlxr 1), Wl

Titusville (Florid) Star-Advocata BOB HUDSON'S
I Hilda, The "Woman Of The Year""Darwln'a .

Established 1880

q theory of Ute survival burst into the office with a claimon MUIIET
Published Mondays, of the flttMt doesn't work his business: It burned o

amn A Wednesdays, and Fridays any more. Nowadays, the fit I down; and this was the start of WRAPPER
aqua work themselves to death trying a "firey" romance between Hilda
6 y By Titusvllle Star-Advocate, hoe to keep the unfit alive" Reed, and Norman Cowart which

C> tsse G At The Star-Advoeate Building from the "Speaker's Desk led to marriage in 1950. Later ,, t tirtA 1

r1ON Book". !the couple moved to Jacksonville oGI (Con't from Halifax Hospitalin on "Truth or Consequences",
1100 S.
Hopkins Ave .
So it is with Hilda Cowart
Daytona Beach) try to outwit Groucho on the
chosen by the Greater Tltiwville While in Jacksonville Norman Often wondered what we'd "The Beet or', dive with Lloyd
MEMBER: Florida Press Associated Asi'n; Preia.National Editorial A.I'a and Chamber of Commerce as went into the building business think about flat on the back inhospital Bridges on "Sea Hunt," drive
"Woman of the Year". under the name of Reliance f right alongside the stage in
Henry H. Hudson Prca. Mrs Haiel S. Hudson, Vlcs.-Pres. Hilda, and people like her are Builders, Inc., and later formed We've found television a wonderful "Tales of Wells Fargo" and
Robert H. Hudson, SecyTrtai.. expected to do for others who Cowart and Childre builders "
friend throughthe burst sides with the
right our political
Henry H. Hudson Publisher >
Robert H. Hudson Editor will not.
David Dunn, Advertising Mgr S. L. Floyd, Circulation Mgr The company came here in usa ; day. I fun on "That was the Week that
Raymond B. Rutherford, Classified Adv. Mir. She has been the dynamic and Cowart and Childre began Asked a nurse about television i Was."
force behind Greater Pride, and I construction of homes in Golf- 10 and bow much it helped.
Second-Oast Postage Paid at Tltuiville, Florida has prodded It along with that view Estates in Whispering .' entertain youngsters confined Before going to surgery they
Subscription Rates: consistent desire to see Titus- Hills. Later, as Cowart and Carter kGarden to their beds. asked the young man: "Any
Carrier Home Delivery 1 Yr. $7.SO 6 Mo. $4 00 1 Mo.<>> $2.23 vtlle become a more beautiful I the company began build. nsoriilg u.sIh011rliBilidkr "Listen, it helps entertain watch on, rings, your own
By Mall In Florida 1 Yr. $6.80 I Mo. $3.50 S Mo. $2.00 place In which to live. ing one of the finest residential people of all ages makes teeth."

Outside Florida1 Yr. $$7.50. MOo ",00 S Mo. '2.10 But Hilda comes from a pretty i subdivisions In Brevard County; .'" '" them forget some of their problems "No rings, no watch my own .s r
town in North Florida, Mayo Gardendale and are even now in ; ," she answered. teeth," he answered.
where the mossy oaks and the process of continued develooment ea't This brought up the conversation When they got him to the
EditorialsThe magnolias abound, and her In. of the area. about a four-year-old boy operating room, they found hs ''
terest In beauty is deep-seat- Hilda has one child, a beautiful in here with two broken arms. had false teeth.
daughter, Connie, who is a !'\ ..,.... "Well he saw the birds fly
ed.She moved as a small girl to sophomore at Georgetown ) f, c. ')1 ; and crawled up on top of the "Why didn't you tell us whenwe
Gainesville, the beautiful University University in Washington w' l w house to see If he could", the asked you if you had your
town, where she grad The Cowarts live in a beautiful : \ nurse said. own teeth, that you had false
Teacher's PlightThe uated from high school.In home in Falrglen. "i,: (" a, We didn't think kids did such teeth? they asked.
Gainesville, as a girl Hilda Hilda is a business woman ISd1r .1Wt iisiHltti things these days. I "Well I bought and paid for
began business them, so I figgured they weremine"
financial plight of teacher, long bypassedat a venttue through and through and holds Hilda C.wirt, Chamber Ambui.4. y he replied.
that started her in the successful various offices in the three corporations Talking about T-V, we'vefound
the legislative wage table, has prompted strikes business field; she had a pa. held by the family. out all about the problems
by teacher groups in Oklahoma, and in Louisville, per route not one but two: a But to get back to her civic As chairman of the chamber "Many' people are already In "Divorce Court," we've We keep getting .

Ky., which are generating widespread alarm and at morning and afternoon dally, {: life. Hilda is aggressive here membership drive several working on beautification, and "Made Room for Daddy," "To- reports of
Hilda Carter was the next oldest -' too She Is an organizer and years ago, Hilda attained the several offers have been receitr day" in the "Romper Room." the
tention. of six children, and when her member of the Pilot Club hold- highest membership ever held ed to assume the cost of landscaping We've seen why people are in success of I
-- by the chamber. a median on U.S. 1 from good shape by watching "Exer n "My Fair
When the
voters for increasing
rejected a proposal Through the Pilot Club, Hilda firms." cise for Women" and, gee, Lady and one
teachers' salary scales through Increased was instrumental in the organization In her role on the Chamber of I those finger-bending exercisesDO name seems to

taxes last week they set off the round of demonstrations of the North Brevard Hospital Commerce: poop one out! stand out over
Auxiliary, later to becomethe I "In the field of chamber .. And we're becoming quite m..., .M the rest as far
which have obtained desired results for Jess Parrish Memorial Hos- bershlp, I would like to see ... educated by watching "Span Ross as praise Is
other groups. the only remaining means at their pital Pink Ladles and was temporary firm and professional person a ish," "American History" and concerned : Jim Rose, In his
'disposal to draw attention to their grievances.. chairman. For her work member I believe that only 1 such enlightening movies as role as 'enry 'Iggns. Laurels I
she received an honorary past through acceptance of the responsibility "Cobra Woman", "Spy 76" and also to Ken Moran for the ter.
That their efforts are drawing attention is evidenced president designation.. for the necessary financing "The"Wistful Wisdom of Wagon rifle job he did on two days

by the fact that Governors to present a proper and Gap. notice.
are proposing Also through the Pilot Club, We've "Said When" to "Con

,special legislative sessions and meeting with teacher father died when she was I( ing presently the job of treasurer she helped form the Friends of healthy commerce image can of we our hope chamberof to do centration," when it comes to Friend County-Commlsh Gus

groups in an effort to reach a workable agree. immediately after graduationfrom She is also a past president the Library.For her role. in Pride, Hilda the kind of job which needs and such important" programs as Faulk wandered In the other;
high school she went to "Yogi Bear.
'jnent. will need to be done in this day and asked an embarrassing
work. However, she is proud of She Is a past president of Ti- says: We find out what's really going the
area in the next few question: "Where does
Gov Henry Bellmon of Oklahoma has called for the fact that although their father tusville Garden Club, member cf "I want to see a beatification years on in the medical world '30' used in
of areas seen most often by the "More than anything else, Ti.
died when most of the children the Poinsettia Circle; Creator while watching "General Hos
;teachers to meet with him Dec. 5 at which time he three of most people so that when they tusville needs leaden to do the come from." We reporters use.
were quite young, Pride, and one of the organizers pital", "Dr. Klldare", "Dr.

plans to outline a program to substantially improve the six managed to acquire a and charter member; secretary drive through town they can remark necessary Jobs there are Casey" and the "The Nurses" the30- to signal the end of an .
Oklahoma's educational system. His call for the college education and the other chairman of the recent and remember the beautyof many who will serve on com- all of which has prompted us article Well, we didn't know,
called the
so we only
mittees but few who will offerto person
three including herself, have become held within Tltusvl'le."This to
ask where the
clean-up campaign are pretty
netting after teachers had
came 1,200 demanded a be the chairman. We need to who would know: Herb John.
successful In various can only be done ty
ventures the
area. nurses and the oh, so handsome
$1OOO salary boost by March 1, saying they wouldn't without it. Hilda is a member of the the cooperation of all Individuals figure out some way to give dv doctors son. Herb explained that in the: I

sign new contracts next spring if their demands She worked for several years board of directors of the Greater firms, and organizations Ic-mlnded men and learn women how an "To Tell The Truth" we've I old setters days were of hand required set type to set, type 30
to to
were not met. with Southern Bell Telephone Titusville Chamber of Com working together through opportunity" Got The Message" about how: gallles per week. At the end
and has devoted most of Pride. What we need now more lead. iAn i "
Co. in Gainesville merce ) play "What's This Song? i
of the week and the end of the
In Louisiana, Gov John McKeithen has called and was transferred later to her time and talents In the area than anything else, is organized old adage says: wom But and we might place ourselvesin 30 gallles, the printers would,
an's place Is in the home!I"
a special session of the legislature for Monday to 'ensacola She left Southern of membership and the budget planning for the beautification North Brevard is fortunate that "Jeopardy" if we tried to put "30" at the end of the gall
Jjoost teachers' ,salaries. He acted in the face of Bell in 1940 and took up insurance and was treasurer two years of the North Brevard area. I'd women like Hilda Cowart do not make anything out of "Match I ley. They were through. It'," {
at the north
and office management.While ago. She Is a member of the like to start county I .. Game." ,
also used for de-
house as an epitaph
mounting pressures from Louisiana's 36,000 teachers at her post in the In Ambassador Club, the Cham- line and work down to, the confine their 'vitles to We have a ball on "House I ceased newsmen. There you

J velthen said he will ask a $500 across-the-board surance office one day, a man ber's membership committee. Orlando Utilities plant. keeping. Party", suffer ,with husbands are, Gus. f'.

hike, half of what the teachers are demanding.

In Louisville, Ky., the teachers want a $1,500

J:>oost, five times what they would have received I Letters From Our Readers j Unkle FuD's

''under the tax raise that was defeated election day.The .

current teacher wage in Louisville is $4,400 to Thanks For Help radio time. and unspoken instincts of the the bedrock on which the American

$6,600 a year.With George Barley who acted as American people. nation was founded.Let :
Editor: America can afford to let ev us strengthen our faith
chairman of prize acquisition;
a teacher shortage confronting many states The First Annual SidewalkArt Handler and Klelman of Whis- ery man have his say and those and fight the evil forces of socialism CoIYum!
held ( and 7
Festival Nov.
and an increasing number leaving the profession an- pering Lakes Subdivision for donation who won't allow freedom of communism In our
at the Indian River Plaza was, no matter
American society,
tiually for better paying jobs, the situation is near- to quote the Nov. t Issue of The ; Mary Torre for help speech are not the very totalltarians.American. what our Christian denominationIs

ing the crucial stage Some relief must be afford. Star-Advocate, "a tremendous with Irene Boshoff silk screen, dare; Simms Jean Fey and, They"By their resemble fruits ye shall knowthem" or political ar UaUon.

ed if competent teachers are to be kept in our success" The weather was per. Laura Holm for loan of an- "Nice guys come In Remember communism uses K"

)chools. fect, the response overwhelmingand tiques; Art Wortham of Florida last," is the cynical saying of man to buua Its revolutionary, Wai from the reesults of that about whats bin goln' on la:
the participation exciting socialistic, atheistic world .
Power and Light for electricity; the success at any price Florida-Georgia football game, Brevard County lately.
Teachers are a dedicated element of our Fifty-five artists came from us remember God.
society '
Brevard National Bank for competitor.The Modem Gunch not only got tew Wal, we dident get the new.
far Canova Beach and I will not trade
their away as As for myself,
and services are highly treasured In the mould and Maillawl prize donation; I.R.C. Civic Association Christian does not open the game but Modeen must NASA auditorium here on the
Palm south
Bay freedom for beneficence: nor my
ing of our children's future. Their demands are not and Winter Garden west, to exhibit for loan of its public ate with this philosophy He does dignity for a handout "I would have played quarterback fer the mainland side but I'll make a;

unreasonable, by any token, and they are warrantedin over 250 works of art. ITU- address system, mimeograph his level best, puts his trust In rather fall in a cause that I Gators. little guess that when its open'
and chairs Mrs. God and over the long road, will;
machine, ; May fer blzzness that most
demanding a wage which gives them a fair returnon es were awarded in the amountsof MacDonald for her PlaygroundFund though he may forego a few know some day will triumph Must be pretty tuff on our want tew stay over here In Tidy'yule
$195, In cash a $50. gift certificate than to triumph in a cause that
their investment.The solId Edytor tew be In the Hospitalan'
training he enjoys
; the other news media, cheap successes, where they kin go backan'
from Frame Masters, and I know some day will fall"
with not be able to have his
law of supply and demand, which ordinarily honorable mention ribbons. and my publicity chairman, achievements seasoned William G. Rodriguez forth without gittin' all balled
in rubbed. That's supposed
Clare Slmms;; and of course, the the most appetizing dressing up in that Island trafflck.
regulates and adjusts prices, wages, etc., has failedto The work involved was considerable judges, Hal McIntosh and David the world a good conscience, Indian River City be part of any normal treat Don't yew worry none, Old;
compensate the teaching profession in the man and was not accomplished Reese who took precious time convinced that In his heart he' $1.4 Million Shop ment but havln' a back operation Tldyville is still gonna keep!
ner warranted. It is hoped adjustments will be only by the committee out of a busy schedule.To knows he Is right. sorts cheats a feller out of pace with every place else in;
forthcoming before the loss of The diligent efforts of Thelma these and all of you who Nowhere in the annals of mankind Planned For MILA all heez got comln' tew him. the County in the years tew'
our qualified teaching Rowell, Carol Ahmie, Carol I made this occasion what it was, can there be found more A Launch Equipment Shop, to Maybe yew rood git 'em tew come. but I reckon there'll be'|
personnel attains national proportions. While we Sauerbeck, Carolyn Ryals, Wilma my deepest and most sincere thrilling proof of the power, Importance provide machine shop faculties accept Old Fud as a substltoot nnuf fer everybody. That is, of''
do not favor the practice of striking we cannot Hodsden and Ulllam Two- : Thank you! and unlimited possibilities for the National Aeronautics When Aunt Sophrony rubs my course, if such deco fool non.''
conscientiously blame those who have made their poljac were not in vain, and Jill Flunk, of the human Individualwho and Space Administration's back she uses a wire brush, an' sense as movln' the Court House
were not alone. : Chairman 1st Annual SidewalkArt is fired by faith. It was Merritt Island moon launch that alnt tew soothln', Hurry an' such: other kooky Ideas fer
just plea only to be ignored. I wish to show my appreciation Festival Christianity which gave birth to area, will be built under a newly back. Bob all yer okt friends In dlvldln' the people of our County -
to all who made this festival individualism belief In the awarded $1,413,880 contract Coon Holler an' Tldyville miss is dropped once an' fer alL
a success. First and foremost Democracy Heads Our All sacred importance of the human Receiving the contract from yew. Won't be long now till the big
Profit Levels LowWe to The Star-Advocale Editor! individual the Canaveral District of the U. Shore glad tew see some Christmas parade. I hear the
and its' excellent staff for delightful Twenty-seven million people This is the origin of the basic S. Army Corps of Engineerswas action Is gonna be taken taw Coon Holler Crab Smashers an'
and extensive coverage, voted not for a man, or his party American political ideal: the Smith and Sapp Construction take care of the speeders on Oyster Shuckers Sasslety Kazoo
read and hear of record dollar profits made Bill Lyerly for an onthe-spot but for a way of life. The man gets all his rights and pow- Co., of Orlando. U. S. No. 1 south. I tell yew Marching Band Is gittin'
by numbers of businesses. To many this means that the community for attending, majority, some 41 million voted era from God the Creator; that The building will be located It'. worth yer life tew try an' tuned up fer the big event I.
the owners of these businesses are saturated with Chief Brown for supplying the for an Ideology, not the man but government is a weaker and about a half-mile south of the manoover In that traffic at nor- spose Old Aunt Batty an' Un-
wealth and festival with excellent police for a promised "great society". less Important creature than Vertical Assembly Building to mal speeds let alone at (5 an' kle Buzz will come an' visit us
are eating high on the hog indeed. protection. Democracy demands good, man, because government was which NASA's John F. Kennedy sometimes 75 miles an' hour. cawse they never miss Important
But there is more a great deal more to the Titusville City Council for<< refunding I i hard competition. It challenges created by man. Space Center will erect Its Saturn Yew see, good folks Is hard I internashunal events'
profit story.The our merchant's licensetee j I the will to win. It also demands This Christian concept came V moon rockets and mate tew come by an' there lint alch as this Is gonna be.
so that works could be sold; that we cultivate the fine art of'' to be known as individualism; them with the three-man Apollo much sense in bumpin' em off I Be seein' y'all
fact is that profits just haven't kept pace Martha Roseberry, of I. R. C I losing especially after election <<: I and Christian individualism was spacecraft In wholesale lots which Is jist Unkle Fud

with other segments of the economy. From 1950( to Branch First Federal Savings : day.It .
for her sincere efforts and her
requires willingness to continue TTTTT T.TTT T T..TTTT..T..TTT..TT..Y..TNo
1963, the gross national product rose 103 percent, the committee that served coffee defending ones convictions

national income 97 percent, compensation of employees and cookies all day both days: I even if one doesn't win. Democracy

120 percent, and personal income 102 per. Nancy Strange, art teacher at has little respect for t h e Year's WaitFOR
Brevard Junior College for the
cent. I loser who takes home his baseball -
college exhibit; Eleanor A r m- and breaks up the game
bruster of One Red Rose Gifts The winner in democracy is expected I
But profits. after taxes rose only 19 per for her hospitality: Bud Esry of I to be and allow
I generous
cent. And remember, the profit dollar, like all other Frame Masters for prize donation a place In society also for the : O
dollars, suffered severely from the erosion of Inflation ; Bllllleln.uer. whose moral I loser

during those years. and financial support was encouraging Totalitarianism of any kind This Higher Rate
This I right or left, fascist or Communist -
why top economists are now concerned I. It. Plaza Merchants. Mrs. J has to keep on winning to v
with the profit sltuatioa Overall, in their view, Boyles. wRMF staff; Greater i remain in power Its first defeat -

profits are not sufficient to provide the degree of Pride Inc for donation; Rudy Is often its final one. A fallen Savings left by the 10th of any month earn from the
Roholkey of Sepper Corps, for I
economic expansion this country with its swelling the use of the Plaza, the displayarea left in society.has hardly any place 1st. Savings Insured up to $10,000 ($30,000 for a husband

population and its hope for ever-improving living the platform and much For the preservation of out \ ./\. and wife) by FSLIC, a permanent agency of the U. S.

and working conditions wants and needs. more; James Bazen of Eagle democratic way of life it Is important .'4 V 7" Government.

The profit picture, in other words, is not so pret Department Store, who contributed that such a highly competitive -

ty as it looks at first glance with our 49 cent to the prize fund, loaned society as America in
equipment and expressed sincere the wake of its current political Tirst re enl
dollar. and patient interest: Dr 0. campaign, cultivate the fine art Current Dividend Salinas
G. Ryals for use of his office I Rat*

and facilities; Barbara Hender I I while they may win surface Compounded r4 M.4.....AittcI.lloR of TItusvllU
Nature gave men two ends one to sit on and son for help with prices Earl applause any candidate and Annually
one to think with. Ever since then man's ruccess or Jones of First Federal Savings I i party that give the impression Downtown Office Branch Oiflc*
and Loan, for his! Dart!lopa1:ion that they must win at any price Opa9io3DaUTAlto4so7rrfcUT Wathlngtoa at Mala U5 N. Coqu.tuFees
failure has depended on the one he used the most.
facilities prize donation, aDd i I tare jjuuig to alienate the deep

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I Mims Alp NewsBy PMIfIa......e' 38.ee Itlaavaa. .
J Beth Roberto, \Vat %nnh,
Donna PfWAtngtofl, Pat Lewis,
Mn. Gladys McLtndon Mims tied for 3rd place in competition urday. played. l Paula walker and JtapM ltd..1IIams.
AM 71241 as infantrymen from A On Thursday Nov 12, start Junior Girl Scout Tnwp MB. j .
Horn From HospitalMrs Co., 3rd. Bn, 33d Inf 7th Inf I ing at 7:30 p.m. in the Educational and Troop M8 will go to Pa-
Carl Young who has Div of the U.S. Army, stationed Building of the Mims way Junior High on Friday. WMU. Mottt
*' J been a patient In the Halifax in Korea, proved they are an Methodist Church there will bea Nov. 13 to Join other girl sconto The general WMU of t n ,'
hospital in Daytona Beach the efficient combat-ready unit as study on the Church Mission in a neighborhood sing, First Baptist Church of Mm'
past couple of weeks, Is now they placed high in several categories to New Nations, sponsoredby All Day Hike r I met Monday evening, Nov II
recuperating at home and get in the annual I Corps the Woman's Society of Junior Girl Scout Troop MS '. The meeting began with !Wm :
ting along just fineCtltbrattt Gunnery Competition Hosted ta 'IIr1st1an. Service, This meeting took an "all day hike" on Monday : and prayer, followed by a shot 14r" "
the 1st Cav. Div, on Oct. 10-15 P> open to all who are interest- Nov. I accompanied by business meeting. I tw a'
Birthday The company took tint an d. their leaden Mrs Francis Baville '4 A W.MU Study on "Front Ut
Mr. and Mrs P. W. Roberts third place honors in the rifle Guest Speaker will be Mrs. and Mrs. Pete Cox, The [, of Advance" was prawnlwl \h\)
Jr. were hosts at a dinner party platoon competition. W. Nave. She and her girls left Mrs Seville house at 'I' Mrs. George EdleMon, (It'tICI'l1MlMlon :
honoring their daughter Sarah Accepts Now Position Rev. Nave, have J'I lam" hiked down to Dairy study chairman. .she
Elizabeth on her 11th birthday Howard Rucker, who has been through the Methodist board Road, and then went into the I! was assisted by Mrs Louis Andrew ,
Nov. 8. the Minister of Music and Education Missions, and have been in India wooded area just beyond I lor a,-e and Mrs Lee ROM
Guests were Mr and Mrs at the First Baptist She will tell of their work Sharpe's, Following the study period,
Bert Hedrick and daughter, Church of Mims these past there and show slides, including Mrs, P. W Roberts Jr. met I' refreshments of apple sauce and
Mary Ann, of Titusville.; Mrs P. two years, has resigned to takea information about the Lodhitur the girls In the woods at noon pineapple cake, coffee and pink
W Roberts Sr., Miss Sarah Se- position at the western Hills Institute, One of India's pioneer with most welcome canned cold lemonade was served by hat
llna Roberts, Lionel Ennis of Baptist Church in Oklahoma Industrial Schools.On drinks, and stayed while each of i I esses Mrs Nathan Hamrick and
Merritt Island, and Philip Roberts City, Okla., his home town Sunday evening, Nov, 15, the 4 Patrols led the other girlson l \ Mrs. Bob west
A farewell fellowship hour at 7:30: p.m. there will be a In the afternoon the group en was shared with Brother Rucker movie on Christians to new "Trail Blazing" 'Hoyt Mack, Mrs Louis Andrews' -
joyed horseback riding I and his family on Sunday nations. "Grasshopp rs" IISt'dlTIt1 n I Mrs. Charles Thompson, Mrs! EOUiIU !'AS OH" I'hIl I I '',, i ,im.1r prln-
Kindergarten Visit' Ranch evening following his last I worship for Thursday night clues, the Star Patrol" an onIon -" Marvin Shealy, Mrs F H ipil; PI' l',,<,0,1 Rcu11I i Hit;h SoI',, ,, I i 1.1 I 11\t'llIbl'r\ of
The kindergarten of the First service here. A large group attended I will be led by Mrs Basil Rogers trail the Blue Angels a Spires. Mrs. Alberta Diiggini (1111' Ndtm'n,1I Edul'; &! not" ;1'.n' i.I'n i I\".IK) "f direc-
Baptist Church of Mims I They were f1' Mrs, Tommy Jamison Mm P .
recently presented a stick and pine cone trail and l 1"1'. i'itt"s i I'lldl'III'1' t to 1'(111' Hilt t "I 10'(1111"1111)0) Pays I
l lj
enjoyed an annual trip to the i Silver Tea Service from the Bicycle Hike I the 'Shamrock Patrol" had a W, Roberts Jr, Mrs Lloyd'l Uit'lllonds"1' ':; the th,'mi I In,,, the, 1 HJtH bherv-
ranch of Mr. and Mrs Chester !church Although Monday, Nov, t, wasa string trail for the others to follow i Rackley, Mrs Robert Mack Mr I nut (N"I'. 8.1 1 H) of \nmaan Eiuotwrt I t Week, _
Sharpe, west of Mims The Ruckers left Gene Gilmore, Mn Richard
Tuesday day ofi .for most school Chi! t Photi b '
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They were treated to some sugar morning for their new c h u r c n dren, Juiffor Girl Scout Troop! The onion trail was by scent I Hare Mrs Ray Caldwell, Mrs I )
cane and pomegranates for home. We wish them the very No 022 with their leaders Mrs. only, as a cut onion was rubbed Fd Tier, Mrs Morris Green
the first time. They saw many best as they start their new Robert Redgate and Mrs David on the bark of trees, and CROWNS QUEEN PrincipalBill Mrs Elva Evans, Mrs Lee Proclaims Nov. 8-13 I
animals including a pet bull belonging work in "God's" service. Myers and 22 scouts took each girl had to sniff out the \\illianu crowns Queen Ross Mrs, George Edlwrton Mayor
to Horace Sharpe. off on a bicycle: hike which took I trail and this was also used as Robert Tanm i during halftime Mrs, J, 0 Sharpe Mrs John
After a talk about rattle Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Boat- them out to' the Horse Arena .a "mystery trail". (The girls activities at Mime AllMir Kennedy, Mrs. Joe Booth and) As I
snakes by Mrs. Sharpe, the wright and small son, Bryan, west of Mims After they arrived had to find out what to look I football game Mrs Charles Poole "Savings And Loan Week"TIw
children were served refreshments and Mr and Mrs Oscar Aber a picnic lunch was enjoyedby for and after standing downwind
and returned to class nathy are attending the Florida all it didn't take them longto firemen. report the heavy the books. 'the ernnmtltea will
Mrs Joe Booth drove the bus Baptist! State Convention in Tain The girls are working on their know which way to go). The girls! on the hike wereHarriet : Increase in owl of producing mall copies to all business

for the children pa this week { 1 Badge Several require- Randy and Darren Beville also Beasley Carolyn Revile The Titusville Star- thin year a directory la over two f u'mi, pniftvsxonil' people and
which the girls worked on took the hike with the scouts Linda Itcvlllc, Debbie I .
dollar |wr ropy makes" It flnam jNivms, who have aided In the
Another Birthday Mrs, Effie Porter and Mrs. : Use of brake control, The hike was about three and Brewer, Debbie (ampbrll. Connie Advocate 1 1st in circulation 'lullv ,
lnixwnlhle to i f the and the
| supply ;: project
ebrated Robert (Sally) Bade eel Terry Jacklewlcz, teachers at balancing themselves easily riding one half miles each way, for a Cox, Pamela Ferris Belinda the number nf dlrw It fiet th.it'' Ifmmwmg',I,10,11:1111'1': will h,' rtlilrtbuted on a
her birthday. with heri Vitas Elementary, attended a at slow speed, how total of seven miles. It was a Freeman, Shirts Day Becky in North Mr mil I Mrs. I'ublu ,*l'"' 1'('" .111'.I ,I nix' fll''vt'd basU
family Nov10 State Conference on Social Studies to steer correctly, how to circle tired group that returned that Henry Peggy larkin Janice '
questingIn II> Iii i 1'1'111111\' i : IoI'IIItI'n to feedolenl'
Ties For Third Place I at the Outrigger Inn at St and give afternoon, but all had McLendon, Susan Mac Callum
PPC proper signals. a wonderful Brevard ,in rmli.ivor III 1 c'mmitiiM'tiiim I i I nf I the Indi.m River City
Robert S. wlttwer of I Petersburg, last Friday and Sat Several ,
relay bicycle races wire time Vivian Murninghim; Cheryl II 1'1'1 m the dl.IlIIol1lll1n of IlIl'a.
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/... 4 TltuivHt 1. (Florid) Star-Advatat. Friday, Nevember 1), 1H4 I

Newcomers' Installation

Luncheon Set For I Nov. 18 'round town II

The Newcomers Welcome Wagon To be installed are: Mrs Pat wiih barbara carton
r I Club will hold Installation of trlcta .Rochlin, president; Mrs. L Phone 267-3994
officers at a luncheon Nov. 18 at Patricia Schatkelford, vice-pre I

Whispering Hills Country Club. sident; Mrs. Lucy Taylor, secre- Today is Friday the Thirteenth Pedley visiting here from Australia Eta Eta Chapter of Beta Sigma
---- Cards will be enjoyed from 9 tary; Mrs Mary Overholt, treasurer
I Ever wonder why 13 is talked to the youngstersseveral Phi Sorority is planning aD-
to 11:45: am preceding the ; Mrs. Clara Crow Corresponding weeks ago showing color impressive candle light pledge
luncheon. For reservations call secretary; Mrs. Phyllis considered unlucky? Here's an slides and numerous dolls ritual for their six new members
Mrs. Charles Kestler, 267-71H. Martz, social chairman; Mrs. interesting little note from Bell from all over the country. I on Nov It at First FederaL
Mrs. Florence Meelcs Florida Vivian McPhillip, service chairman Telephone's
"My Daily Get Together The children were so delight. Receiving the pledge rit?
Greeters Service, will serve as ; Mrs Anne Steele, public.
f"J Book" which throws an ed and asked so many interest ual at the semiformal event will
installing officer. ity chairman. unusual light on the story. ing questions about the country, be Vivian Pitts, Sue Sander,
t Jean has literature Jessie Pickett, Betty McGau-
"Some that at ( requested
say a banquet of
P.T.SA. To Present ProgramOn 12 Norse gods, Loki, an evil god, from more the color government slides for as her well pro as hey Hudson., Joyce Pridgen and Ruth

came uninvited to make 13. I I gram on Australia. This continent

And LoansI I Soon afterward, Balder, the sun I' is very near the size of Just a few notes about one of
Scholarship god, was killed and"13 became the United States (only 47,806 the outstanding performers In

an unlucky number, square miles smaller) and yet, Titusville Junior Woman's Club
Information on scholarshipsand be G. L. Talley and Miss Alice population wise, has only about current production of My Fair

loans for prospective college Connors, members of the h 1 g h I Joyce (Mrs Kenneth) Godfreyof eight million people as compared Lady James Rose. Jim was
students, nurses and vocational school faculty. I 330 Elliot Ave., attended a to over 150 million In the U.S. tremendous as Henry HIggins
trainees will feature the Mom; Each person attending will be luncheon for Trl Sigma Sorority (excluding our two newest He has bad wide theater ex,. '
day, Nov. 16, program of the Ti allowed to turn in written questions Alumni last Saturday at the states). No wonder the children perience, having worked with
tusvUle High School P.T.S.A., to they wish answered duringthe home of Mrs Nelda CrawfordIn an interested! Little Theater groups at the;
1'Y be held at 8 p.m. in the school. program. Orlando. Joyce Is National Jean recently mailed 50 little University of Florida, Pensacola -

j auditorium. Due to the importance of applying Membership Chairman for the "thank you" notes she had re- Junior College and in Claremont -
Featured on the program will I early to the college.nurs- South-East region and, as it happened ceived from the children along Calif. He recently direct! :

leg school, or vocational schoolof there were five other national with newspaper clippings to ed the successful Subside Play.;
Play Set the student's choice this pro officers present for the Mrs. Pedley, who has returnedto ers production of "Stalag 17".
rIt t Designer gram should be of special interest luncheon, including Mrs. Rob- her home In Australia. Since Originally from Illinois, Jim resides
1 Explains Details,To to every student and parent. [ertson Page of Douglaston, N.Y. Mrs. Pedley's hobby is collect in Sharpes and works with
Junior Womans Club Mrs. A. D. Fryer will preside Mrs. Page, a National President ing dolls, she very much wanted the Bell Equipment Corp. in Ti

.... over the business meeting preceding : for six years, was visiting a "typical American doll". tusville.
yxd. David Putnam, Itcal archlte, the program. with her aunt. Miss Mabel Lee AH the girls In the sixth grade
r-.. .. explained to the Junior Wom Walton In Clearmont Miss Walton class at Whispering Hills helped "My Fair Lady" continues tornight
." en's Club at Tuesday's meeting Refreshments will be served is President Emeritus of Tri Jean select the popular "Bar. and Saturday with an 8
that his first experience with set following the meeting All high Sigma Sorority and served as bie" doll and all voted p.m. curtain in the Titusville
?. ART DISPLAY As part of National several days by everyone visiting the designing was with "My Fair school teachers, students and National President for J4 years. she should be dressed "Florida High School Auditorium. Don'tmiss
it! Proceeds benefit the
'.Art Week the Titusville Art League, bank. Shown above as they view the Lady". The program was sponsored parents are invited. The Tri Sigmas are presently style" In shorts and blouse Mrs. Jess Parrish Memorial Hospitaland
I Inc is displaying some art work at the display are, from left: Mrs. Charles by the club's Fine Arts planning a national headquarters Pedley should receive the "new other local charities
First National Mrs. Valek and department in Woodstock, .Va. addition" to her doll collectionby
i. Bank. The work was Kingman, Jerry Mrs. Ina Frazier CircleThe
h dpne by members of the popular lea. John Moore.-S-A Photo. Putnam stated that he was which will. be named "WaltonHouse"

,,cue and has been admired for the past limited by the plot itself as it Ina Frazier Circle of the I NEVER TOO
really calls for revolving stage, First Baptist Church in Titus. Sigma Sigma Sigma is a collegiate Titusville City Council of Beta

I IRC Methodist due to the many scene changes, ville met Tuesday evening Nov. sorority with 62 collegiate Sigma Phi Sorority will hold a LATE. .
korean and the limited space on 10 at the home of Mrs. Tommy chapters throughout the workshop next week at the homeof
I Veteran Relates Circles To MeetThe the high school stage. Merrill on Turnbull Road, northof country and over 125 alumni Dottle (Mrs. Dave) Mason on TO HAVE YOUR

He explained that a produc Mims. chapters. Joyce Is interested In Poinsettia to make decorations,
Circles of the Woman's lion "sets" sets the frame of Three new members, Mrs. forming an alumni chapter In tickets and other necessary WATCH CLEANED
Experiences As Red POW Society of Christian Service of mind of both audience and actor Jimmy Chambers, Mrs. Bill the Titusville area and would I items for a big Christmas
IRC First Methodist will meet and conveys the informationof Haynes, and Mrs. Dolores like for all Tri Sigma's to phone Dance on Dec. 11 at Whispering ULTRASONICALLYCLEANS

*the Indian River City WornOS offorson, Mrs. Jerome Johnson, Tuesday at 10 a.m. The nursery time period and status, thus Pharr, were among the 15 pre. her at 267.8968. Hills Country Club.
< Club met In the Civic Cent I Mrs. James Artille, Mrs. George will be available at the church. causing expectation for the plot. sent. Mrs. Sondra Brown and with Rosalie 1 The semi-formal affair will be OUT DIRT,
K: Monday evening with the Mosakowskl, Mrs. Gregory The Cleveland Circle meetsIn Mrs. Mel Lovegreen were vis Enjoyed chatting for members and guests of all GRIT GUMMED OIL
Community Affairs DepartmentIn Steele, Mrs. James Griffin, Mrs. the home of Mrs. Glenn Perry The "My Fair Lady" set, Put. itors. (Mrs. John Jr.) D'Albora yes four local chapters, Eta Eta
charge of the program. Mrs. Stanley Svec, Mrs Danny Bates, 715 Scotty Drive; The Hobson nam pointed out, used one The meeting opened with a devotion terday about events of the past Chapter, Theta Omicron, Phi You may hive bid you
week which she Is catching witch cleaned
Circle meets in the home of scene "Hlggins Study", so oft. Just Beta Mu and XI Delta Mu. or
Harold (Peggy) Gray, depatt- Mrs. Herman Dorum, Mrs. L by Mrs. Wayne Tuckeron after from mechanically, but now ii can
chairman introduced the A. Burkett, Mrs. Harold Wat Mrs. Ogborn, 220 Keats; the en that this scene was built per the subject "How Much Do up on returning a be cleaned tliclronictlh with
rnt of the evening, William son, Mrs. Richard Sanford, Mrs Allison Circle meets in the manent, with all others in frontor You Weigh in the Balances" trip up North. The D'Albora'sattended our (pace-age WitchMaiterUltraionic
home of Mrs. Julius Sam 8SO the wedding of the I r Have you noticed the new look .
a veteran of the Kor- William Hughy. on flyers. To stay within the Committee reports were given Witch Goner.Cleant
nephew, Joe Creamer and Eleanor at the corner of Lakeview Drive
Delano. out dirt metal
war who was a prisoner of limited budget plastic rather and they reflected a lot of ac p.r.tide.
The Crime Prevention Labora
than cloth used for the back Fiorilla, Nov. 7 at Jamacia and Garden Street? It's quite attractive gummed ell quickly,
t Chinese Communist from tory will hold a workshop at tbe December 1 will be the orientation was complishments. Plain, Mass which turned out and will Improve even Mfeljr and thoroughly
Plastic hard
1950 until August Titusville Womans Club, Inc., I meeting for all members, I drops.with and was to work The program was then to be "just like a family reunion" 'more as work continues by the
not hold
tmyflts building on Tuesday, Nov 24, paint presented by Mrs. Wayne Tucker I
old as well as new. The tea Ixora Garden Circle :In the South
topic was "Americanism very well but every cent saved on the subject "Worship Thru
from 9:30: am. until 1:30: pm.
the members will Lake area. The circle is plan
logins At Homo" .,He spoke of4he A film warning children about be honoring held in new will go to char'1 Putnam felt Intercessorary Prayer". Rosalie and John didn't tell ning a rummage sale on Dec. 4 y
complacency of the world strangers will be shown as partof The club will February.host the Brevard had they been 'i to .'celling After the meeting delicious re anyone they were coming, so at the Chamber of Commerce
Ind Its influence on the youth the program. Contact M r I. Federation the sets". It would have project freshments were served. The everyone was completely surprised building with proceeds being
tl today. County meeting ed the sound better to the audience next meeting will be Dec. 15, at especially daughter Rosalie
Gray if to attend 267-
you which will be held on Nov 13. used to plant grass at the corner
"The home must be the guld- Many scripts Includeset Mrs Roger Schmidt's home on who is currently attending
with the of
't' a 7504.Mrs. Mrs. Nick Turopoljac will be the directions but this one did 415 Street. In D.C Special help upkeep
'g influence in the teaching of Klndsvater membership Poinsetta college Washington this entrance to South Lake.
as Chairman. fflti
*Wrat America means. The home not, so'aU ideas were "local". I. Members present were Mrs. treat for the D'Albora'f was items for
Any donations of the
fitjpuld teach love of God and. moved to accept The next regular meeting, Putnam answered questionsand Mary Ann Blackburn, Mrs. Alo- getting to see their new grand
sale from area residents will be
membership of Mrs. Ethel Dec. 14, will be the Christmas explained that like Bur. child Beth six weeks old CLEANING BY
country1 and through these glue a. set ha Broome, Mrs. Marilyn Mary ,
greatly appreciated accordingto
tie strength to face the h a r JUta Pltkcthley, Mrs Edward Ser meeting. The Education Depart any building must be built with dine and Mrs. Hyldrith Merrill daughter of John and Barbara a spokesman for the ,
and Mrs. Sabln. group
mons Jinny ment will the
7 of life.V'lf present program three considerations in mind; Mrs. Mary Parker, Mrs. Betty D'Albora (formerly of Titusville, and may be given to any circle
a soldier had a strong traffic, environment, and func Perry, Mrs. Carolyn Nelson, now residing in Little Compton, member.

i I ) in God this was his strongasset i I A r i t i tion. Mrs. Dee Ann Torrence Mrs. R.I.) and grandson Jackie.
q11 This strong faith sus- I')1) John Carman Tucker, and Mrs. Pat -
Hogan, of WRM.F.
t'AI l d him through the almost [presently being seen In "My sy Crutchfield. Jean (Mrs. Edward) McGee, JEAN'SJewelry

impossible trials inflicted by the Fair Lady", sang "On the a very charming person, has FLOWERS .r FRAN

Chinese prison officials Street Where You Live", and her is asked to bring a guest. been requested by sixth grade "Noticeably Superior"M.rnk.n & GiftsBig
$ lt answered from
} questions
"I've Grown Accustomed To students at Whispering Hills Ele-
Van Horn the .. .
Members and at the Mrs. presented n rl l'i Tel. D ll .rj
present Her Face". Mrs David Putnam, lovely plaque the club won for mentary School to present lilt Oirden St. 217-2135 Apple PltiaTITUSVILLI
ofjrftluslon of his
J Jeeived: presentation who portrays Eliza DoolitUe! In the outstanding service club ''I another program on the colorful
a large ovation from of Australia. Jean
"My Fair Lady", accompaniedhim award given by the Chamber of country
alt- present. at the piano. Commerce. [and a family friend, Mrs. Vera T
The business followed
During the business session
roc which Mrs Kenneth with the president, Mrs. Jan County Junior Woman's Club
) Kindsvater. member Van Horn in charge, letters meeting and luncheon will be
shift chairman, Introduced thanking the club for their i held Nov. 18 at Orlando Utili I NOW OPEN !
the following guests Mrs C D. "! part in the state Board meetingand ties. Those planning to attend _
Roberts. Mrs. William Kimball, for helping in the Polio vaccine contact Mrs. Van Horn. The re
Mrs. Howard Mays, Mrs. Robert .
freshments coffee and cake,
Sunday were read. .
Parsons, Mrs K. E. Krltit- Oaa a.rvloo Anyw15.r.
Mrs. John Dolfts reported on were served from a Thanksgiving
the Indian River City Woman's decorated table of fall
Card Of Thanks Rr Club Sidewalk Art Festival and colors. 4vD

announced that Pride would
vRccnuhe of the tragic death of sponsor the Fine Arts Festivalfor The guests included Mrs. F
R. Pound Jr.. Mrs. K. F Palmer
my father, John S. Chapman, I Titusville April 4-10th.
fsitcd I your fair city under du- Mrs. J, !II I. Jones urged all Mrs. David Putnam and
Tss and strain.I'he members to attend the Crime Mrs Robert Bishop.

welcome, heartfelt sympathy Prevention Workshop sponsoredby D NSP'LO"AL
and understanding admon the Indian River City Wom t4
ished by everyone I have en's Club Titusville Women's
met will never be forgotten. Club. Junior Women's Club,

,Although my daddy was a ... Board of Education and the Police 'For 5.1.,
newcomer to Titusville he made Department. The programwill Hair Cora

.I. multitude of friends for which BSP PREFERENTIAL TEA-New pledges of Beta be held Nov. 24 at t.30: a.m.
I am most grateful to you. at the Woman's Club, building. Raymond'sBEAUTY
Phi honored
Sigma Sorority with
were Sunday a
My daddy shall remain in Tlbsville
A film has been planned.
(Oaklawn Memorial Preferential Tea in the home of Mrs. Gordon Bee- Mrs Fred Griff urged all LOUNGE t
son, Mrs. Ann seated, poured tea for of
Cemetery Lyle
) where I shall visit many members to be collecting white 1, R, FLAZAuya166 t
rim; and your gracious city the guests including, from left, Mrs. Dottie Mason, elephant Items, baking and
Whenever possible. president of Theta Omicron; Mrs. Virginia Scruggs, making gifts to be auctioned by
?' Thank You pledge; Miss Doris Hooker, president of Phi( Beta Mu !Mrs Frank Columbo at the December -

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TITUSVllLE AM7-PJ31 *_. 3474411 Announcement in the Near Future !IIw

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I I Service Brownie Investiture Held Troop 369 I Scollsmoor News I

Newt And Notuo Brownie (By Mrs. Idw. Rat) Tacky Party Fetch Mr. and Mrs. Brtoo
Troop 369 held
/ North Breoard an The Pre-Teen Twisters held a Cochran and children, and Mr.
impressive investiture service Community Organization
tacky party at the home of Roy and Mrs. Tommy Stowe and
Monday afternon, Nov. 2, for Scottsmoor Community Or-
Allen Several
Saturday. games children. Saturday afternoon
new girls Joining the troop. ganlution held I Its regular
were played and prizes were tents were set up on an Island
Mrs. Gall Lookabaugh and Mrs. with
meeting Monday evening
won by Martha Smith, Eddie near Oak Hill and the campers
Chris Davis, co-leaders the Mrs. Robert Allen
conducted persldcnt,
Meslck, Karen Sanders and Roy reported they caught many blue
the service held at the conducting the session.
Allen. Members were dressed crabs, shrimp and trout. The
borne of Mrs. Delores Pharr. Mrs. Allen stated that the county -
for the occasion and since all children had a good time playtog
The service surveyors were at the ballpark costumes were "so good" the .
Final Performance was opened with
"My recently and have put
Lady"This the Flag Ceremony presentedby markers and a place for the up winners were picked by draw- _
Amy Chaddock, Bobbin I ing. Refreshments were at'rv'ed
concrete slat will be markedoff. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Philip
to Melba Jo Futch Kathy
Davis, Cynthia Lookabaugh : ,
Also fill dirt will be hauledin
Eddie from Hastings West Va. have
Day, Wayne Hawks
Pfarr and
Lynn Valyrte
Weekend To ard. Each new girl made the' Monday Mezick, Martha Smith, Lois moved to their new home hen
Party Honor CastThe on Lord St, next door to their
; Brownie Promise and received A discussion was held on\ Ann Sanders, Karen Sanders,
her pin and welcome into the I what steps the organization can Wada Wright Roy Allen and daughter Mrs. Robert Wright
troop. take to have a speed limit plac-: guests Myra Wright and Sheila Mr. Philips has retired from 47

final performances of the ed on the highway, calling attention Allen. There were three leaders yean and 10 months service at
gay and melodious Junior At the close of the service the to the recent area high present the Hope Natural Gas CompanyIn

Woman's dub production, "My girls ,served refreshments to way deaths. There are also Hastings. They intend to
Fair Lady," will be staged tonight their' mothers. Prepared by many side roads and few atop make their home hen

, and Saturday night at Tl- Mrs. Carolyn Baxter, Mrs. signs! to warn motorists, It was Homemakers MM
tusville High School auditorium r ;1 Aloha Broome and Mrs. Miriam! pointed outAnother The homemakers club held Mr. and Mrs. Edward float
beginning at 8 p.m. Tickets are Walker. its monthly meeting Tuesday at and Edward Jr. and Alice Gold-
available at the door. 1 community problem headquarters with Mrs. Curtis er spent Monday Daytona.
l The new Brownies are: Elizabeth discussed by the group was the Futch presiding.The .
Audiences at the two perform- eI 3 3r Bell Patricia Boxier, alarming rate of molesting of
ances the past weekend were Laura Broome, Claudia Cardinal property and persons by older Club will hold a bake When Things Happen

captivated with the Lerner and Rebecca: Cook, Leslie youths In the area and ways to sale Saturday, Nov. 14 at the When things happen in Scotia
Lowe musical so ably presentedby Davis, Lucinda Duncan, Cathy combat the problem.It post office, starting at I a.m. moor, they seem to happen !n

the local talents of Gene Goshorn, Sheryl Grlner, Teresa was decided that a petition The Christmas party will beheld triplicate. Sunday afternoon on
Putnam, James Hose, Ken Hendrix Rebecca Hodge, Amy will be drawn and circulated Dec. 8th at 1:30: at the the corner of U. S. 1 and

Morton, Sheldon Brown, John Lee, Darlene Powell, Patrlca throughout the community asking home of Mrs. Edward Rost on Magoon Ave., Mrs. Kathryn
Hogan and others. Reed, Mona RJgell, Jeanette for an officer to patrol this Travis St A workshop will be I Wareham of Pennsylvania was

Smith, Susie, Smith, Kathryn end of Brevard County and to held Tuesday Nov. 17th to make killed In a traffic auto accident
The cast and others who have
Walker. decorations from coat hangers Minutes later, on the crossover
set some kind of a speed limitael
worked so faithfully an: this club the Increase at the club house. A Shirt near Jones Store, two can
venture for charity will be New second year Browniesare With of population and workshop will be held TuesdayNov. crashed together with no serious .
in the Scottsmoor area
guests at a "cast party" follow- : Kim Ba roger, Brenda the 24th at the club house to injuries. Then to top off
amount of children
ing the Saturday night perform Hodge; older members are finish shirts previously started. the Incidents, a fire broke out
and oft school buses, the
ance. Marge Freed and Elaine Katy BUlsborough, Mollye Bills- members It was voted that the club in a large play-house on the
Gaenlcke, chairmen for this borough, Amy Chaddock, Robin be done agreed somethingmust purchase quarter bushel bask property of Mrs. Vlna Stanrnj-
for the
JWC fall social, promise good Davis" Cynthia Lookabaugh, the residents.A protectionof ets and make sewing baskets er. This all happened In about
food and live music and stipulate Lynne Pharr, Valyrle Shepard, committee consisting to sell with the net proceeds to one dour' time and all la I ft
Informal dress for this affair Susan Webb. go to the Fire DepL for the mile radius. Appreciation should
of Mrs. Sanders and Mrs.
to be held at the Jaycee
building fund. be to the Scottsmoor fin
building! The mothers of the girls were Allen, have contacted an attorney -
L special guests. Also present and a charter Is now In the Mrs. Boat gave a report on crew, Mlms volunteer fin department

Iir a.! were Mrs.,Lorraine Hlrschberg, making and will be presented to the council meeting she attend and the Highway
Bayview Observes i Neighborhood chairman and club members at a special meetIng ed In Cocoa on business and tax i Patrol for standing by at all

Veterans' Day CRUCIAL TEST Preparing for the Titusville Junior Woman's Club's pro- Mrs. Chris Heine, Troop Assistant to be announced later problems.Mrs. three of the events.

crucial test of presenting Eliza Doo- duction of the musical comedy, My Also during the business session Dan Sanford gave the
The entire student body of George Sanders and Fred lesson on "Bring to UCea
little as a lady at the Embassy Ball Fair Lady, which opened to a capacity IAKAS VISITORS
assembledon program of remodeling, alterations
the School Carver and Smith
Bayview are, from left, Ken Morton as Col. crowd: of 300 First Nighters last Friday Trumbulls VisitIn Roy were and of clothes and
the front walk of the school elected as a nomination committee fitting Mr. and Mrs. William Relater
facing the flag for a flag raising Pickering, James Rose as Henry Hig- and will continue this weekend at Ti- Ft., Lauderdale to submit candidates for covering shoes.Refreshments. of Baltimore, Md., recently

ceremony conducted by Mr. gins, Betty Kidd as Mrs. Pearce and tusville High School Auditorium.- new offices for the January of Punch and spent a week visiting i Mr.

giegler of the V.F.W. The Rev. Gene Putnam as Eliza in a scene from Carlson Photo. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Trum- meeting.It cookies were served to: Mrs. and Mrs. B. W. Batas at M

Bates gave the opening and bull of 1308 Indian River Ave., was announced! that the Walter Locke, Mrs. Doland Garden St.DON'S

Closing prayers. OES State Officers Visit Local ChapterTitusville 4-H Club MeetsThe I Titusville recently returned Food booth at the first annual Cantrell, Mrs. Price Hall, Mrs.
Mrs. Little conducted a group from an May visit to Fort halloween carnival was a sue Grover Valium, Mrs. Dan San-

pf third year children in singing Chapter No.8, Or- tog, was held In the Lamp Light 4-H Club of Titusville met Lauderdale. While there they cess and the members expressed ford, Mrs. Lily Hawks, Mrs.

a salute to the Army, Navy, der of the Eastern Star, at a er Room at Howard Johnsons. on Nov. 4, at the Citizens' attended a Luncheon of the appreciation to Jack Brown Edward float, Alice Colder,
Marines and Air Corps. special meeting Monday night, Bank. Edison Gold Coast Society, re- for furnishing electric power Mrs. Al Rlssell, Mrs. Robert
Thoughout the day various Nov. 9, entertained Mrs. lone Mrs. Jean Richards, Associate The project of the month was lred: engineers, that Mr. Trum- for cooking. Thanks were also Allen, Mrs. Warren Hawthorne

groups gathered in the auditori Keen, Associate Grand Conductress Matron of TITUSVILLE Chap Ironing, and Mrs. Deason explained bun worked with in the Coiwoli- expressed( to those who "workso Mrs. Homer Bice, Mrs. HHTll fUZ*
series of films and Grand for the ter was in charge of arrange- dated Edison Company of New "
tun to view a Deputy how to clean an Iron faithfully. Curtis Futch and new member
titled, "Our Flag and Our Co Worthy Grand Matron of the ments for the dinner, Mrs. and gave some tips on making York, who now reside in that Another Item of Interest Is Mrs. Grady Sanders
tmtry." Some of the bulletin Grand Chapter of Florida. Mable Hartman was chairmanof ironing easier. general area. that on Saturday several men I'

boards displayed pictures for Mrs. Keen was accompaniedby the reception following the The members selected 'an official The luncheon wu held at the members of the organization Camping TripA Floral' Art

Veteran's Day. Mrs. Patricia Wilson of meeting and Mrs. Martha Salt- name for the club. It is Round Table Restaurant, Fort will get together and wire the camping trip was enjoyedover Your flower needs .
Frostproof.The er arranged the lovely table and now the "Junior-Senior 4-H Lauderdale. They also visited Homemakers Club for electri the weekend by Mr. and my specialty!
We happy to have chapter decorations.Mrs. .
were many Chapter also was honoredby Club of Titusville. 'Mends and relatives in Deer city. It was pointed out that the Mrs. Kenneth Stows and children
in the class 2678527M
parents rooms for observing National Education the presence of Mrs. Winnie Keen was presentedwith Also discussed was a Christmas leld Beach, Cresthaven Boca building Is a good central location Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stowe _

:N eek. Blyth, Past Grand Matron; a check from the chapter party to be held next Raton r.. and North Miami Beach. for meetings I Miss Brenda Allen and Andy

George Myers, Associate Grand to be used for the special fund month and a workshop for the
Last Week, Miss Willis'sSecond Patron; Mrs. Edna Lowe, Chair of the Worthy Grand Matron purpose of making gifts and & te *
year group put on an as man of District 25 Florida East- and with honorary membership Christmas decorations.Jan .

ChBdrn's to celebrate ern Star Magazine; and Mrs. certificates for the Worthy Price and Theresa Dea
Book Week. The Violet Kloss, Grand Representative Grand Matron and Worthy son gave a team demonstration
play, "Justice For Books," refreshed to the State of Nevada. Grand Patron
of the Grand on the new fall fashions. The The
la the minds of the Proceeding the meeting at the Chapter of Florida. meeting was then adjourned. Titusviller
children the of .
importance Masonic Temple a dinner, with -- I
proper handling of books. The 37 members and guests attend- r
entire group participated in the

program. Several parents cameo JAYCEES

} see their children: on stage. I Gateway WW Club "-- --- ..
To Meet Nov. 18 f :

Methodists Slate i
Presents Their
The regular monthly luncheonof h 1I
:Teacher Training the Gateway Welcome Wagon

< Club will be held Wednesday, N
Training for all teachers, as- Nov. 18, at the Torch Club. ANNUAL
.iistant teachers and prospective Cards will begin at .::30 a.m.
teachers of children in the with lunch at noon. Reservationsfor I

Methodist Church Sunday lunch must be called In Mon-
School will be provided Sunday day to Ruth Ford 217-4963 or V
:afternoon and evening at First Bramhall 267-7435. }
Methodist Church Titusville by Ann Galvin, 287-3988, will take f
;Mrs. Margaret W Kollls of, reservations for cards.
Lakeland. I

Mrs. Hollis is Director of' &
Children's Work for the Florida S'
Conference of the Methodist I ]'w- I

Church. I ; I
Workers with children from raJwmFLOR
.Mlms First Methodist Church If this has ever happened to you &
/ C i \ r
'and the Indian River City GREENHOUSE you know about
Methodist Church will Join with
those from First Methodist Phone AM 7-4S The Big Difference In InsuranceYou
,Church Titusville.The 606 N. Dixie Hwy (U. S. I 1))

first session will run INDIAN fclVIK CITY know- -leciiwe one of two things automatically happenedto rk /rYeYaOeBarrDECEMBER

,from 2.30: until 5:00: and the ;

I second session will run from 1. If you bought your Insurance from a one.
-7:11: until S.JO.: PAINTSALE
Mrs. Hollis will deal with company agent...

.materials and methods of You may Hive had a terrible feeling In the pit el your 5th 9 P. M. 'TIL ? \

i teaching children and will dis- stomach when you realized you were without help, at a

:cuss problems arising from use time when you needed help mod

!,of the new curriculum recently 2. If ATFISHER'S -
you bought your Insurance through an
-begun in the Methodist Church.
aIID Independent Insurance agent... I

NB Registered You knew you had a friend nearby you could call en for
help. If you had a claim: -or> there wu a lawsuit against WAREHOUSE
; Nurses To Meet you-your nd..prnd..nlagmt wu right at your tide to help.

: PAN It ROLLER SET You had The Big Difference in Insurance:..the continuing,
The North Brevard Registered personal attention of an independent agent U. S. No. 1
organization with thU ad oo
meet Tuesday, Nov. 17, at 8 I We are (Independent insurance etenti, professionally qualified,
P.m. at the Friendship Room at PURCHASE OF 2 GAL. and ready to rive you The Big Difference in insurance. do oe
". First Federal Savings fc Loan. any time.Look for this ml. DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF THE WORLD FAMOUS

Dr. A. L. Tagudm, guest

; speaker, will speak on "Tet
anus Patients.- Nursing" Care for Tetanus ofaIID : 1a


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I Solutions To S. R.[ 520 Traffic Only "Partial"i i NEW AMPLIFIER LOW PRICE HEA-RING-I

Hearing to rapidly becoming compact unit can provide the
the mot neglected of the aen el., help people need to live full active
Any solution to the traffic congaUon ed relatively inexpensively now; change points or grade separations Bridget are widened. This delays business and fast through traffic types of traffic are separated," Thousand of Floridiau having lives Weighing only a thirdof
on S.R. 520 on M rritt that the new road would serveas would be provided at S.n.I people on their to and the said. subnormal hearing live with an ounce, without wires or
way that creates congrestlon. Briggs
Island short of an actual separa. a logical southern boundary and Airport Road and elevated from work and creates hazard.I' mounting straIn and tension because cords, this amazing electronic
"There are partial solutions to Should the proposed reroutingof they cannot fiord marvel hides behind the ear.Space .
tton of the bus ness and through of the Merritt Island business crossovers would be provided ous conditions and nervous tensions cxpen techniques make
traffic wll'' mlv a partialsolution" area; that the proposed route at the eastern and western the problem such as traffic Islands S.R. 520 be well received by else aWiA i possible age to offer the PERSONAL It
accordn to County would eventually be part of an edges of S.R. 620 at the present "Business' men on Merritt Island turn lanes, additional stoplights the business men, residents of Florida firm hat perfected I AMPLIFIER at a very small
Planner Bruce Br ggs overall traffic system for Mer business areas." I nave found that peopleare etc.. but none of these the area and the people who PERSONAL AMPLIFIER which fraction of the cost of a hear
rltt Island I offers hope to these people ing aid
Following a tl">ruufh analyu "This traffic congestion on reluctant to leave the flow measures will resolve the .:x>n- travel across the Island on their Designed new for those who hear For full details, with obligation
s of a 24 hour :'ff c survey "Two lanes could be construct SR. 520 between the cities of of traffic to shop because it Is flirt between business traffic way to work, additional stud when sounds ire louder can and for : write V VANCO Dept, LC1.-
made by the SI"1 clad Department .- ed initially (off center) and another Cocoa and Cocoa Beach will I extremely difficult to re-enter and through traffic. The situation ies on design, alignment and those who can bear but do not P. 0 Box 1288, Clearwater, Flor
In 19M which \ealed 29, two lanes could be built I continue to be a bottleneck even the unending lanes of traffic It I, on Merritt Island will not cost will be needed according always understand, this tiny idaToday .
075 vehicles crab the Indian the later" Brlggs said. "Inter. if the Indian and Banana River I IF *'e intermixture of local or Improve greatly until these two to Briggs. L. --..-.-.N.N.ryN/.NNNNM W NN.N_
Kim Bridge: 21840 cross
Banana River Bridge and 22,(30:
have been counted in the vicinity
of S.B, I in a 24 hour period
Briggs yesterday recommended
the relocation of s. R
(20 within the Merritt Island
business area two blocks south GRAND PENIN
of the present location and that I

four-lane this freeway facility.be a limited access .G\

At the game time, the present
route of S.R. 20 would be ro-
talned as It J Is, a four lane highway .
that would still carry east w
west traffic but would mainly
serve the business district of
Merritt Island. !
Brings points out that the new
proposed route is in an area finest Living
with few structures and the
right of way could be purchas-

Location in

For Weather Past Report Month all of MPERI ESTATES'Closcsllo ,

Temperatures and rainfall for North Brevard
the three month period, (Aug.
sat, September, October) r. NASA
corded by Frank Roof, local

weather lows: observer, read a. fob- Highway 50 a half mile West of U. S. 1- Tilust' lle



95 73 .,, ", ., ." , ,
1'" 'II ( ; \ \! r' "' ,1',. t. t:"" I t--" t. ,)0"-
ft 90 71 0.06 '" ,:f \, "f' .t.. : : ':' : .
'' f .,
'J' 92 71 '. "\ ,.i '
t 1 13 98 72 71 0.2 .. f I ,( :"t' a x ,,.., ,:!r '4' .;:g"h>.r ,'!< t),,;' L'\id I t. ff '1\t. J W't:" .

10 95 72 0.32 ..J\.i.. > f ," ..,. ,
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11 87 71 D." ,..-t.--. ..... -, .."> ..... -._.--._ -,, ," .....\ ......
12 15 71 1' .,' '< > :'I' '" W pI>' ''.:''' <> ., ..'.: ., '
U 98 73 \ "' :
14 12 72 0,74Is .
II IS 15 71 71 ......?,... ... .. '""""""*..'."... ,..'..p....._'"'.....>4<<>.'.,.._".."_,, ,,.,.... ......'...,_., L." ....,..."...._...... .

17 12 12 0.89 t' A Ye.t.t'1 -",, ''- -" ," :,
11 I' 14 0.75It
a '' '
91 12 0.74 a e.. F '
:0, I 80 70 0.15 ., -
21 89 69 !' ,,.
:2 84 71 I. \

23 91 12 1.57 ."tJ,; .. .. \ 'I.
24 110 15 '" I .
25 81 74 '" "
26 111 71
21 B3 72 1.25
28 811 12 1.25t '.tdi' .
% 94 74 0.25 .- 1
30 88 75 0.8 '

11 U 75 0.45 .
Total 13.99

i Date September High Low Rain :: -Ti'' ii L .. ; 4"rp

1 95 75 0.45
I 19 73 USI
4 IS 7S 0.08
I 90 75 tile

4''J'' 90 84 73 74 1 -.W;-u 3 BEDROOMS BATHS DINING ROOM Join
1 IS 72 t.02 r::::; FAMILY ROOM 2-CAR GARAGE J
9 80 n 0.50 / i
JO 8t 70 4,52 Celebration
11 87 11 0.50 I" Big room sizes Colonial design

JZ 82 74 0.12 i lIDInOei ,."(if
11 89 72 0.17 \ b Set back Colonial porch Bedroom & Living area FREE I
It 81 69Is separated e8
84 72 0.27la 1 .
J Big kitchen with family
B4 7t .
11 88 73 "I \r't: : : adjoining step Utility saving area off garage for THANKSGIVING TURKEYS
11 89 73
11 S5 88 Drop-in oven & ,range .
20 88 73 i : r----- i Exhaust hood &}fan Central heating prepared Every visitor will be eligible! to win one of
21 85 71 0.18 for air conditioning 10 family-size Thanksgiving turkeys. Be sure
22 82 88 __ =: Natural wood cabinets to register when you arrive. You need not be

23 88 81It 't\' i" :' ':.. ') Mica counter tops Concrete drive-sidewalks there to win.
90 84 "

25 28 89 8Z 74 8t aye (\\1' iV .: Large lot, well landscaped Sewers & City water FREE .I
27 10 74 0.27 : '''

9 112 78 Covered Wagon Rides for

21 92 91 78ID 75 f. 6 FURNISHED MODELS Youngsters

Total 8.60 NOW

October ILt r -- I I 3 & 4 BEDROOMS

Date High Low Rain Directions: From U.s. .
1 91 75 ... : 1 Hghway. + ntufvtttl
usttake: new:
2'' 91 73 1.27a s t1"' rt of the t ;
91 73 Including.: NASA Causeway, and twowrw
w drive, li mile to West ,
4 92 7. $ Principal, e auvos clnrA
Interest, to Imperial entrance. -;
'I 88 75 0.11 teaoal
6 'I Ii Insurance, ei,
81 12 0.10 Tarn
f" 1. ,
7 7' 14 i.: .
S n 64 SS4 ., MONTHLY
10 0 78 80 64 13 -' ,. I .\__ '.t ,:) t .n. AS lOW AS nnnCOSMpPOfflTAN 1 reww/v w -.

11 83 87JZ Estes
8t 12 At top ii the expansive floor plan of the Queen
11 8t 73 Juliana, with its ",oV to live in" arrangement of'A..NO DOWN PAYMENT. FHA LOW DOWN PAYMENT CONSTRUCTION CORTORATION'Brevard's

U 81 89 1.82 rooms and 'facilities CONVENTIONAL FINANCING (.1 .l
10 COeea Y1/
'21 88 72
11 82 n Below It a view of the It.auhMItc"on, with 4
17 81 60 natural wood cabinet and mica counter Through Largest Quality Home Builder
11''' 14 80 the deeds teen the dining room.rag.6 .
11 IS 17 PHONE U 7-6301 or 636-S3S3
20 77 17
21 71 49
22 I 7t 53
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I City To Realize Fire Insurance Savings I p SWIFT'S ICE CREAMFull GOLD CREST-ID

Substantial savings in f i e t nets Chief Brown pointed out er UIM the total costs of the new central alarm and commim -
In'manse premiums sill be u- (that these reductions apply only capital improvements recommended cations Center as !being the Pint assorted fhvon_ j
alized by Titmville l'eMdo,< I to the fire Insurant portion by the Underwriter toe nerve center of the fire depart (Limit 2)) g
when the propcted fire pr,>, tiun Improvement have OC"I', homeowner's policy and shouldnot meat and the roost vital single "" "'" 2ro27* :
completed and the newl.oni,'' be misconstrued by bottev- encouraging outlook activity In Its organization Sal* Prices Good Through Mod:;
(dated areas have been a\\.Il.i, : mg that similar reduction will for the department and the people Here all emergency calls arereceived
ed the NB-7 Classification ;In>; be made in the costs of the of Titusville is the excellent I and promptly handled. Ii
ently assigned the ongmaition other risks covered in this kind record being piled up in reducing I Apparatus dispatching is ac BAN Deodorant *?e tlio.- rtom 44c
corapluihed in accordance with
of the (Limit" 1))
city according !to I ()f policy. fire tones within the com
pre arranged running cardsplans 01
Chief Jim Brown.
Job records reveal tIt..tper 1
The chief said that the Improvements munity. and operating procedures
According to a recent stui 1
capita kisses in the city
made by Chief Brown, the l''I I recommended by since consolidation have tumbled Under this arrangement all districts '

lective annual savings to residents South-Eastern Underwriters to from $548 to $316 and veyed and to determine areas (have the been number sur. DePree Wheatavims t S: : 498 I
of the merged areas ,
extend the existing NB-7 Clwiiifleatkm are approximately 57 per cent and type of fire apparatus that :
amounted to slightly over $18 to the newly annexed below the national average of I would 4
more expediently meetthe I
000 when fire insurance premiums areas have partly been accomplished $7.37. This In part can be credited for 0
were lowered from t'ie; and that the rest of the to a stepped up fire prevention I requirements handling .
both small
!NB former-9 Classification N'B-10 rate to immediately the Il'8IIo'l' requirements in the capital have improvement been included department program six months initiated ago by and the :; the without city unprotected leaving and other major areas fires In EXCEDRIN Tablets 7;: ;f:;; 63 .

following consolidation. Under 4 program. Projects still uncompleted the increasing support being jiv- --
Class 7 rating however the Chitf Brown are extensions of the water en this vital activity by the cIt. "Figuratively speaking/ Chief
savings to homeowners will system and installation of izens. Another Important factor Brown commented, "if fire IOM- 1POP CORN Jumbo bag Puffy Pop-R.ady 2 c "
amount to about $45,000 and to Individual reductions amount. hydrants throughout these areas which has played an Import. es in Titusville are maintainedat to eat popeorll-RI', 3'eI 9
businessmen a substantial 27. ing to $52 92 on a $10.000 frame and the construction of two ant role in reducing losses, especially the present level or continue
000. These savings, amounting to house to $4.72 on a $15,000 con. new fire stations to replace the/ I the conflagration type, to decline and when the NU7
$72,000 per year, are figured on crete-block structure and an inadequate and poorly located has been the strengthening of Classification that we are seek I DUSTING Advertised o. great special -,
structural coverage alone and do average savings of 10 per cent buildings presently being used. I fireflghtlng capabilities with additional ing it awardtxt to the city, the TUSSY at $1.00 assorted frogeonces 49C
not reflect the thousands more I on commercial buildings Mould According to the fire chief the heavy duty pumpers savings would more than offset POWDER limit 1)) ..
that residents and merchantswill be acquired by the In url'lll anticipated savings to residentsIn and larger complements of paid I the entire costs of equipping
receive on their furnishingsand when the city obtains the NB-7 insurance premiums over a; and on-call personnel. and operating the Titusville E'd ('UI1'OX '--tJ
contents coverage. 'Classification throughout all di.- two year period would be great- Chief Brown has attributed the Fire Department -----

Ltr ;vr i Marlin Employees Contribute GO ECKERD FIRST' .

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';: ;;: I (llln.ll' wlh| .,, stJOO Garcia :
:,, :: Company Canaveral Hill.Burton grant of $11 I .IKK). I -.- .-.wpaa- ihra I" 1111) : rill lkiell(
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f Division employees Thursday Hospital administrator Gil Copt.
contributed $1,500 toward a proposed Slatton said an average of eight 1 Fhhfmder o i-fr. 2-fl.cttplnntnq /
.,! 19bed psychiatric wardat Brevard County residents are /) \ rod- !

Wuesthoff Memorial Hospi committed to state mental hospitals rpJG; 'd $47.95LIST 37
tal. Rockledge.The every month. 24
money was presented In The proposed psychiatric unit trl r
the form of a check from Mrs. would be the first of Its kind In Fame
Lynn Palmer a member of the the county It would provide n tugProofAnortcd
board of governors of the Mar early diagnosis and treatment, I Colors 2 SPINNING: OUTFIT '
tin Canaveral Employee Fund aimed at preventing the need Pig. 39c .' II
for Charitable Contributions. It for commitment Slatton said. Il..nl. I *,lll ."Mfl Hi'u Mt n ItIllK :417 Feurer apes fact
brought the total raised so for A- --- JCSJtt nft Hit!mtfwii. mt HBTIBB. MI-d pirtnln< reel, and *: ':654;;
to $4,200. Garcia Spinning' Rod
I Alfred W. Sanders, who Is In The Titusville Star- COUPON f4Cffi111PLACE $29.75
charge of raising money for the Advocate, 1st in circulation 2085LIST
I ward, said the campaign must
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pap Tlfuivlll, (Pl.rleIfar) -A/v.eah PrlJey, November 11, 1M4
I Jehovah'sWitnesses Bellwood Baptist Church Of God

Betiwood Baptist Chureh Services Mims

The program to be held at tile are afMcmeed as foBows Services for Church of God
Ute Bro. Herbert
by pastor,
Church News Of The WeekFor Kingdom HaU, 1482 Norwood Waters: Mimi, Rev. Kyte H. Bryan

Ave., is announced by L. D. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; pastor, are announced as fol.

Sbawver, local presiding minister Morning worship, 11:00.: lows:
q as fellows: Ibis chapel is a mission of Sunday: Sunday School, 10
Central Baptist Church of Indian a.m.; Morning worship, n.oo:
Titusville and North Brevard ;
County Sunday at S p.m. a Public Bi River City. evening service, 7:30.:
PeadUns For Church News oo These Page I p. M. Wednesday ble lecture will be given by a
representative of the Watchtower Read Star-Advocate I Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., Youth

Society, R. Hartman Jr., Classified Ads Service.
whose topic Is, "How Firm Is
Good Shepherd C&M AlliancePark First ChurchOf 1st Assembly Your Faith?" Following the lee -

Lutheran Braden will open the ,..-z:: IEIfAn1. God Of God ture, at 4:15: the weekly Bible TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
study is held and the timely subject

Sunday School of the Christian .- .. I American Lutheran Church)
Loyalty Sunday will be observed and Missionary Alliance churchat = The services of the First Services for First Assembly of for discussion this week (An

at Good Shepherd 9:45: a.m. Franz Ashbaugh Church of God will begin with I God, 1212 West Main St., are is, "Peace Among Men of GoodW8U" 840 MAGNOLIA AVENUE
Church on Nov. 15. Worship will teach the Adult Bible Class Sunday School classes at 10:00: announced as follows by Pastor or Armageddon Which?
services wil be held at 8:00: and W. J. Cox INDIAN RIVER CITY
the topic, "An Approved Workman o'clock this Sunday morning. : Every Tuesday at 8 p m. another
10:30: a.m., with the celebrationof There will be classes all Sunday: Sunday School, 9:45: Bible Study Is held on.
I for SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . 9:00 aun.
Holy Communion during the; a.m.; Morning worship, 10:45 "Babylon The Great Has Fallen
second worship service. The The nursery will be open during ages.The morning worship service Evening worship, 7:30: p.m. : ; Cod's Kingdom Rules!" CHURCH SERVICES . . . 10:15 tun
each of the services of the
Rev. Arnold F. Claus, pastor church. will follow at 10:45: o'clock with Christ's Ambassadors meet at Thursday at 7:30: pm. the W. Extend A Cordial Welcome To Youl
II I for the congregation, will de the pastor, Rev. Ronald Holder, ,7:30: p.m. Tuesday and Bib I e Theocratic Ministry School is
liver the sermon "Giving From "The Onward March" will be bringing the morning message. study Is conducted by the pastor conducted, followed at 8:30: by CLAUD I. TIJAN Paifer
Our Love!" based on the New the sermon topic by Pastor Roy Ir! There will be an installation of on Thursday nights at 730.: the weekly Service Meeting
Testament text the first Forward during the 11:00: a.m. the new officers of the newly I

Epistle of John, Chapter 4, worship hour formed Women's Missionary
verse 19, "We love Him because The Christian Cadets and Alliance Read Isaiah ":7.11; Society.
lie first loved us." Youth Fellowship and Mark 12:2644: The Youth Fellowship will

As part of both services. the adult instruction class will "Peace' I leave with you; my 'meet at 6:00: p.m. on Sunday
Pledge Cards for the year 1965 meet at (::30 p.m.; the evangelistic peace I give to you; not as the evening in the home of the pastor
will be collected from the memo service at 7:30: will feature world give do I give to you." 3374 Elder Street.
bers and dedicated at the altar good singing and preach. (John 14:27.: RSV) The mid-week prayer service
to Almighty God. ing from the Bible entitled "The In a popular magazine In my will be held on Wednesday

Sunday School classes, Junior Stewardship of Mysteries". country an article was published evening at 7:30: p.m. The Junior
Bible class, and the Pastor's Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., Prayer on the "city of peace." The classes will be in charge.
Class will meet at MS: a.m. meeting and Bible study. reporter commented that on a The services of the First i
Roy Leasure will be in charge Thursday, 7:30: p.m., Women trip through the Interior of Church of God are presently beIng !
of the opening service in the Missionary Prayer Fellowship Brazil he had found, much to conducted In the Old Indian I
church sanctuary.A meeting with Mrs. Pat Taylor his surprise, a city in which River City Post Office Building.
nursery is available during presiding. I existed no robberies or other This Is at the corner of Hop fl r
: the later worshlo hour. with crimes to disturb the life of the kins and Coquina.

Miss Wendy Wheeler and Miss First ChristianServices community or of any- traveler f 1
Susie Nlskanen caring for the passing through.. I Trinity Lutheran
small children. for First Christian It was a city of peace, and
Tuesday evening, at 7:30: the Church of Titusville are an- for this reason houses could be Sunday morning worship at
! Pastor's Class will meet In the nounced as follows by Pastor left open, and there was no Trinity Lutheran Church in Indian
church office, continuing the Eddie Fine: need for police. The gospel of River City begins at 10:15.: : .;" v
study of "God's Standard of peace dwelt In the hearts of the A nursery Is provided for small

Right and Wrong", the same m.Sunday; Morning: Sunday worship School, 10,, with 9 a. city's people. The wonderful vice.children during the worship ser : j )
of Christ's
subject studied by the Sunday pastor's sermon topic "The power teaching
morning class. Promised Land" in observance guaranteed everyone a safe Sunday School begins at 9.00:: ;
The newly organized Bible of Youth Appreciation Week julde to spiritual living. with classes for all ages of
Study Class for adults will 1:45: ; The same gospel of peace has children and a class for adults ,
p.m., Regular youth meet-
meet Wednesday morning at Ing 7:30 power to transform not only A nursery for children under 3 e ?
;; : Slngspiratlon Hour
9:30: in the Fellowship Hall of small towns but large cities, is conducted during Sunday
the church. A reliable baby. Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., prayer countries, and even the enUre School.
litter will be on hand in the meeting services. world. No guns, bombs, rockets On Saturday and Sunday Nov.
nursery Thursday, 7:30: Worker's con or retaliation of evil for 14-15, the Luther League will attend f

Wednesday evening at 7:00: ference.A evil can give mankind what the Luther League Rallyat
O'clock, the Girls Missionary cook-out for the Junior youth their hearts are longing for. Faith Lutheran Church In Orlando t
League will meet at the churchto group will be held at noon Christ can give us the peace we ;
view a missionary film and this Saturday at the pastor's are seeking. The work on the Chrlsmons y I
practice Christmas hymns and home PRAYER: 0 Lord, renewin will continue on Tuesday at 9:00: ssrR
carols. Choir rehearsal will beheld us Thy peace and use us as and 6:00.: Those wishing to workon
at 7:30: o'clock, Wednesday Scottsmoor ambassadors of Thy gospelof these can come at any time :
evening. peace In this turbulent during these periods and workas -
Junior Confirmation Class Baptist world. Help us to lead to long as they like.
will be conducted by Pastor Thee those who do not know First Year Confirmation class
tlaus on Thursday afternoon at Sunday School will be held at Thy love for them and the meets Tuesday from 1:00: to
*::15 o'clock; the Lutheran Wo 1:45: a.m. Sunday at First Bap peace Thou canst give. In 7:00: ; the Primary Choir will rehearse 4
men's Missionary League will tint Church of Scottsmoor with Thy name we ask. Amen. from 6:30: to 7:00: ; the
hold their November meeting classes for all ages and nursery Thought Per The Day Junior Age Choir will rehearse
on Thursday at 8.00; pin.j tor children under four years of Through hearts completely from 7:00: to 7:30: ; the Adult a me
tendent age. Wilbur Griffin is superin surrendered to Christ, the world will rehearse from 7:30: to 8:30.: \
The Second
Year Confirmation
j Pine Grove BaptistThe Rev. Roy Cordell will bring will from find God.First true. peace that comes Class will meet Wednesday

the message at the 11 a.m. wore from 1:00: to 7:00.: Meditation
Pine Grove Baptist Mission ship hour. Music will be by the Time will be held Wednesday -I
corner of Spring and Stan adult choir under the directionof Baptist, Mims evening from 7:00: to 7:30: at the w r
ford Street, Scottsmoor, announces Ben Busby. church. This is a quiet time of Nether building a life or a skyscraper if involved, a clear understanding of the a ,. r'
1 the following services: Junior and Intermediate choirs First Baptist Church of Mime, meditation and prayer for project U necessary .a plan must be in mind. The man who starts to raise a family
i Sunday: Sunday School, 10 practice at 6 p.m. Sunday and Rev. Joseph E Boatwright, pastor everyone. without tint considering hit earning power COlt involved and the necessity: for
sin under direction of Ernest
announces the
Training Union is at 6:30: with following Ood'i help-f.eet serous difficulty. To correctly raise a building architect
Woodcll with classes for all
age Mrs. of the week:
groups; Morning worship, 11 Evening Grady worship Sanders as Is director.held at Sunday: Sunday School, 10 Christian' Science blueprint and a builder are essential To properly build man-prayer Bible w 0(1 IN
am. with message by Pastor 7:30.: a.m.; Worship services at 11 "Mortals and Immortals" will reading Sunday achool and church attendance are good tool to work with. To r'9 CMUSCH

Roe Johnson; Training Course, The Woman's a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Junior and be the subject of a Lesson-Ser calculate the pitch roof must be it easy but without God'i help, to determine r"' rllt CHlJItCH
1:30: p.m.; evening worship, 7:30.: will meet Missionary Society Youth choir groups rehearse at mon this Sunday in all Christian 1 1the worth of a young life ii impossible Architect design house. Builder put ': ."--."e........ :
Tuesday, 7:30: p.m., choir 16, at 10 a.m. at the Monday church, Nov.for 5 p.m. Science churches. them together Bat only Cod can build a man out ot a boy. The church, :"... w...... *.-i::: s

practice.Wednesday. its regular meeting. All women Monday: Beginning choir rehearsal Golden Text: "Ye were sometimes > thioutfi AeM firm funds ot mine, picture to humanity the world'l greatest .:.:' -......-.in1::.-.....:
7:30: p.m., midweek 10 a.m. Primary choir darkness but ': '
service. are Invited to attend. 3:45 ; now are ye designer..Jesus the Christ World builder could not get along very well :::- .-. ':.'."". "a":
prayer : ; General WMU meeting, light In the Lord: walk as children -
Thursday, 7:30: p.m., Brother Mid-week prayer service will 7:30: p.m.Tuesday. of light" (Eph. 5.8): ). Scrip without Him. He hat never poured bad foundation, nor laid a till out of s ::

hood meeting and Bible study. be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., WMU Enlistment tural readings will range from level, nor raised a wall off plum. Eo>>pt lhe Lord build the houtt, they ...::-hub.. ..tSjrS.. .':::
Friday night, Nov. 13, the followed by adult choir practice cotfce.Wednesday the story of Noah's ark In Genesis k later in vain who build it,' Psalms 127:1.: ,-.. -o.wa.
Monthly, Mission Rally will be at 8. 6 pm., supper; to Paula letter to the Gala-
held at the First Baptist Churchof 6:30: Sunbeams, GA'S, RA's, tlans (3:26): ) "For ye are all
BcUilo. Episcopal WYA's, Officer Teacher Improvement the children of God by faith in
Pine Grove Baptist Mission Is meeting; 7:30:: Hour Christ Jesus."
a member of the American Baptist The schedule for St. Gabriel's of Power; 8:30: Church choir Related readings from the denominational
Association. Episcopal Church, as announcedby rehearsal. textbook will Include This Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:
Father Ferguson, Is as follows Thursday, 9:30: a.m. and 7 this statement: ''T h e
: p.m., visitation program. eternal Truth destroys what
First Baptist ChurchFirst Saturday, Nov. 14, 8 am to mortals seem to have learned Rinker Materials Corp. The Employees of

Baptist Church offers 11 met. will work on the Parish St. Teresa's from error, and man's real existence West Orange, Ph. AM 75900Duffy's Suburban Propane
three worship services each Hall; at 10 a.m. Children's Confirmation as a child of God comesto
The service be Class. CatholicHours light" (Science and Health
Sunday. early
with Key to the Scriptures by First Federal Savings & Loan Association
gins at 8:30: a.m. with special 1 Sunday Morning Prayer will
music and a message by the be said at 7:15: a.m.; Holy Com of worship at Sl Teresa' Mary Baker Eddy, p. 288)). Mims, Florida Downtown Titusville
Catholic Church
are announced
First Church of Scientist
Pastor, W. S. Hardin. munlon will be celebrated at

Sunday School begins at 9:45: 7:30: a.m.; Sunday School for the Father John as B.follows O'Hare by, pastor Rev.: services, Titusville at 11 am., holds and Sunday Wednesday Town Motel Baird's Mobile HomeRte.
am. with graded nurseries, fourth grade and up will meet
classes and departments forage all at 9 a.m.; The Family Eucharist Sunday Masses: 7:00: 8:30: testimony meetings at 8pm. Downtown Titusville I Box 351 Cocoa, Florida
10:00 and 11:30
: : a.m.
at 109 Baldwin
will be celebrated 10 Shopping
groups. Cradle Roll for Infants at a.m.;
and Extension Service for i The Sunday School, third grade Weekly Masses: Monday through Centet -Sunday School for children Threlkeld's Standard Service Luke Cain
Invalids, shut-ins and people i and below, will meet at 10 a.m. I a.m.Friday, a.m.; Saturday, up at to 11 the a.m.age in the of 20 Chamber convenes Downtown Titusville AM 7.9927 .- State Farm Insurance Companies
under the direction of
who must work on Sunday.
Confessions 4 00 214 Palm TitusvilleBoyd's
Munnis Jr.Wednesday. Saturdays, ; of Commerce building. AU ,
Regular Morning Worship at 5:00: and 7:00-8:00: : p.m. are welcome. Indian River Machine Shop
11:00: o'clock. Special music anda and Thursday
message by the Pastor on Nov. 18-19, Father Ferguson will Indian Rive City, Florida Gulf Service
'Short-Changing God" be at Camp Wingman attending WELCOME TO THE Downtown Titusville
Training Union meets at 6:15: a Conference on Christian Social a.roe Mims Citrus Growers AssociationMims
p.m. for all age groups.Eve.lng Relations.
First Baptist Florida Brevard Lumber Company
worship at 7:30: o' On Wednesday, Nov. 18, the "
clock. Message by the Pastoron Men's Club will meet at 1:30: w1/11 ,
the Office of the Deacon and pm. with a steak dinner Mr and Mrs. P. W. Roberts, Jr. W. E. Kennedy

Ordination of New Deacons.Midweek On Thursday, Nov. 19, 7 p.m., Church Mims, Florida Badcock Furniture, TitusvilleC.
Prayer Service, Choir Rehearsal; 7:30: p.m., ntweti
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Adult Confirmation Class. '44M11
Of Mlms M ; Bryan-Conway & Winstead, Inc. W. Danenburg

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For Church Newt on These Pages 5 P. M. Wednesday '


Nazarene Central Baptist, Church Of God

: The First Church of the Naz- I 1. R. C. The Church of God of Prophecy
Irene, 1027 Park Avenue announces lilt Norwood Ave., 0 A w ; ; p3I
the following servicesof Services for Central Baptist Dudding, pax tor announces ,
the week: Church of Indian River City are services as follows: :
Christmas Choir for the Primary announced as follows by Rev. Sunday: Sunday !School, 8:15: 4
Junior and Junior High D. V. McAllister, pastor: a.m.: Morning worship 10:45.
Departments will meet at the Sunday: Sunday School 9:45: Tuesday 7 p.m, Bible study
church for rehearsal from 10 a.m.; Morning worship, 11; Friday, 7 p.m., Youth service J
to 11:30: tomorrow morning. Youth choir rehearsal, 1 p.m.. A Revival will begin Sunday
The Annual Sunday School Training Union and Baptist night with R'v.'ilI Dennis of i
Picnic will be held at Fox Lake I Deacon's study at 6:30: ; Even Ococe bringing the messagesnightly
Park Saturday with the noon ing worship, 7:30: ; Adult choir : at 7. continuing through &
: rehearsal, 8:45.: Nov. 22.
meal beginning at 12 o'clock.
I Tuesday, 7:30: p.m., YWA
The Sunday School hour begins ,
Junior through adult
at 9:45: under the leader. meeting First MethodistDr.
Seminar at First Baptist, Cocoa.
ship of Hubert Blankenship.
i Wednesday, 6:30 Officer
classes for all Catherine Parks
There are ages. and Teachers meeting; Mary YOUTH APPRECIATION WEEK event and Mayor BiU Walker has proclaimed
The Worship hour is at 11:00: will speak during the 8.30: 9.45:
Beginner and Primary Sunbeams the United Nov 9-13 the official
Clubs in dates.
with Rev. Thomas Ream bring. and 11 o'clock worship services The Optimist as!
ing the message. "Take Up The i ; Junior and Intermediate at First Methodist Church Titusvllle States and Canada are convinced that Shown above are from left: Mayor
: GA's and RA's meet at the of North America's Walker Robert Candee, chairman of
Cross. The music is under the book Sunday morning the vast majority I
direction of Frank Hallum, Jr. church. At 7:30: study In Winning on Dr. Parks, a professor at Bre deserving youths do not receive the the event; Chuck Corl.y, Joe Kyle \
and the church choir will be Men""Winning also Ways Installation of GA vard Junior College known public acclaim they have earned so local scouts; and C. E, Dyer, Sr., president
inglng. officers.; widely for her TV teaching Is they are sponsoring a Youth Appreciation of the Titusville Optimist ClubS .-
The Junior and Teen Fellowships i Thursday, 10 a.m., women's active in community and county Week. This Is the first time -A Photo.
the Christian Service visitation; 7 p.m., men's visi affairs. the Titusville club has sponsored the
Training Class and the Senior I tation. She formerly taught at our
CiUzens service will I Methodist Florida Southern Col
meet at 6 Prayer p.m. WORSHIP WEEK The week of Nov. 15-22 has legs She Is a licensed I I. R. C. MethodistThe feet But Is This Possible?" Scout Troop No. 370 will meet
The Evangelistic Hour is at I Westwood Baptist been proclaimed "Worship Week" by Titusville local preacher in the McthndU Sunday School for all aces will\ at 7:00: pm.
7:00: with Rev. Ream bringingthe I Mayor Bill Walker. Also the Titusville Jaycees Church. The 11 o'clntk service service of worship for the be held from 1:41: to 10( ,:SS a.m. Girl Scout Troop No. 130 w'll
message "Follow Me". Services for Westwood Baptist are working with him to emphasize religion during will be broadcast over radio I Indian River City Methodist The youth of the church will meet Tuesday at 7:00( p.m. at
Church, 3112 Old Dixie leave at 1:-30 p.m. to attend the the church: The Adult Choir'
Tuesday through Sunday will this period as a community improvement effort. Colorful Church will be held Sunday at
be the fall revival with Dr. John Highway, are announced as follows posters promoting this week of worship have Church School under the Sup 11,:00 a.m. The pastor, Rev. MYF-Dlstrlct meeting There will have Its rehearsal Wednesday
by Rev. A. J. Powell, will be no recreation at the at 7:30: In the chapel.
ervision of Sid Carraway, will pm.
L Knight as the speaker. The been placed on many of the windows of the local Robert Waddell, will bring the
services begin each night at pastor: I remind begin at 8:30: and at 9.45 a.m. church: this Sunday Members of the church will
10 merchants by the Jaycees to everyone to "Jesus said Be Per- Commission !Social;
Sunday: Sunday School with classes for all message, The on participate In visitation evangelism .
7.00: with music under the leadership ages
attend the church of their choice. Shown above
a.m. Morning worship, 11; Concerns and the Commission
of the pastor, Rev. ; Youth recreation will be held at 7:00: p.m. on Wednes-
Thomas Ream and there will be Youth Training Union, 1:30: with one of the posters are Stanley Ewing, left, of from 3:30: to 7-15: pm. Sunday on Education will meet at the day and Thursday
special music each night. Dr. p.m.; Youth choir practice 7; the Titusville Jaycees and Mayor Walker.-S-A with choir, orchestra, snack First Presbyterian"Life church at 4:30: p m Sunday
Knight Is the Florida District Evening service, 7:30.: Photo. supper and meetings The Official Board of the church
Wednesday, 7 Teachers Everlasting" will be will have Its
Superintendent for the Churchof p.m. Mrs. Margaret( llollls, Director regular monthly
meeting 7:30: Regular service. the of the sermon by the meeting at 5:30
the Nazarene. The public Is ; First ChristainServices Drive-in Church of Children's Work for the topic : Attend
invited to attend the services Thursday, 10 a.m. and 7 p.m., Florida Conference, will hold I Rev. Charles W Bates, pastor, The Sunday Evening Fellowship
visitation. Christian the 8:30 and It a.m. worship will meet at 7:30 In the
each night. for First Worship services are being a training session for all teacher at : :
Church of Indian River City are held at the Crown Drive-In The assistant leathers and pros services Sunday, at First Presbyterian chapel.! This meeting for all the Services
Church Of ChristThe Way Of Life BaptistWay held at the Civic Center. ClayL. ater, U.S. 1 North' Titusville, pective teachers of the Methodist I Church family will Include hymn RingIng !
Of Life Missionary Baptist Craddock is the minister. each Sunday at 9 a m.Congl't'gaUonal Church Sunday School l from There Is a ihurih-hour nursery a discussion pertaining to
Church of Christ meets at Church Singleton Avenueat Bible School 9 a.m.; I for children to six at Christian life and of !
Sunday: singing will be 2:30: until S p m and from 7:15: age a period
the corner of St. Johns and Hop Dairy Road, Owen Human, Preaching and the Lord's Sup ,led by recordings of Tennessee until 8:30: pm Sunday. I the latter hour only fellowship.The This
kins Avenue The schedule of pastor, announces services as per, 10 a.m., with sermon topic Ernie Ford. Special solos will The Commission on Financewill Sunday School convenes at First and Second Grade
services is as follows: follows: "Ye Are the Light of the be recordings of Beverley Shea. hold a meeting at 7.30; pain 9.45.: and the Junior-llt and Sen Choir will rehears Monday at
Sunday: Bible study, 9:50: Sunday: Sunday School, 10 World. At 7 p.m. the film and Parents with small children Monday. ior-Ill Youth groups meet at 1.45: p.m. at the church.: Transportation Weekat
am.; morning worship, 10:50: a.m.; Morning worship, 11; recording "The Christian Age" have discovered special value In Tuesday the North Brevard 7pm.A will be furnished from 1
a.m.; evening service, 8 p.m. : Evening worship 7:30.: will be shown.Wednesday the family worshiping togetherIn Ministerial Association will Thanksgiving Day service Coquina School The Junior Girl
Mid-week Bible study is on Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., Prayer 7 p.m., Prayer their can. Others with,hear meet at 8 ..m. In the Church Is being planned for 10 a.m., to Scouts will meet at the church
Wednesday at 7 p.m. ,, meeting. meeting and Bible study In the ing difficulty have found the PA Sanctuary. which all are invited from 4.00 to 1.30: pm; Boy Your Own
Bible classes are provided ----------
Every 4th Saturday singing home of Mrs Ellen Day 2510 amplifies the service satisfactorily
for all age groups both Sunday 7:30 I served free.
" : : p.m. Old Dixie Highway. for them.
morning and Wednesday night. There Is a spirit of friendliness The sermon by Leslie Sparks, First Methodist Church Tifuiville Placeof
which meets in
The adult
the auditorium,, will begin a y, ""r a ,,..}..,.,... rH where at coffee the' Friendship and donuU Table are Is minister"The ,Way for of Life this" Sunday ANNOUNCES
study of Paul's second epistle to I ) THREE MORNING WORSHIP SERVICES
the Thessalonians next Wednes I,
day night. This class Is taughtby II The I Deep Sea And Creatures EVERY SUNDAY Worship
the minister Maurice W I AT -
Jackson Jr.First I I 8:30: tItS lliOO

Baptist, IRC I a j Therein Subject Of New Book AND TWO SUNDAY SCHOOLSAT

First Baptist Church of In I tijClco lce ll
dian River City, Elder Howard "Abyss: The Deep Sea and McCormick I ; "Understanding 8.30 and titS
Thornton, pastor, hold servicesas y Creatures that Live In it" by C Time: the Science of Clinks Evening Worship Continues at 6i30 p.m.
follows: p. Idyll is among the new and Calendars" by Beulah Tan-

Sunday: Sunday School, 9:45: books Just received at the Titus- nenbaum; I .. ------ .
a.m.; Morning worship, 11a.m. i vllle Public Library "Tree of Freedom" Rebecca .I
.; Baptist Training Course, Other new books include: Caudill; "Danny Dunn and the
1.30: p.m.; Evening worship, Adult Heat Ray" by Jay Williams So Nice To Receive!
7:30.: 'Reinhold's Photo and Movie and Raymond Abrashkln; "My. I
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Midweek Book' by II. Freytag; "Hand- stery of the Diamond Necklace"by I
prayer and Bible study; I| book of Florida Palms" by Elizabeth llonness; "Abll-
8.30: Adult choir practice. Beth McGeachy; "Clues for Dr. gall Adams: the Presldl'fll'lLady"
Thursday, 10 am. and 7'15 : Coffee" by Lawrence G. Bkxh- by Regina Z. Kelly; The
p.m., visitation. man; 'The t'nchosen" by Nan Turtle and the Dove" by Don
Friday, District Ladies' Auxiliary I Gilbert'' "How to Qualify for Freeman; h ris rnns ib hed.4
meeting with Bro. Ben w I1V the Service Academies" by "New Frontiers In Science"by
Klmbrlel bringing the message. Monro MacClokey; Editors of the Young Poor
'Strange Way Home" by &
fI' ple's Science Ency.; "Rotket ..4q'1l
Y "Trial At
Nancy W. Faber: Away' by Frances Frost:
Monomoy" by John Masters; "Rabbit Bros. Circus" by Kurt
e. Textiles Origins to Usage" by Wie:*. "Madeline In Lond/m" Jc4A44SL d
I I I Jules Labarthe Ph. D.; "Stalk. by Ludwig Bemelmans; "Mon a OLtgRc
1 ,1 ing the Blue-Eyed Scallop" by Premier Dlctionnalre" by Roger
tH' Euell Gibbons; Fillet
r "The Ever-Present Past" by
/ .
+ar Edith Hamilton; "Right Reverend
299 New Dealer: John A.
l I ON HIKE The Flaming Arrow Patrol of Boy I Ryan" by Francis L. Brode- BAR-B-QUE PORK t
Scout Troop 320 recently went on a five mile hiketo rick; "Seeds of Discord: De- andCHICKEN \ ,
I the Fox Lake area. Afterwards they had a cookout Gaulle, Free France and the Al- SUPPER YOUR '
I As part of the hike Paul Williams, acting Pa. lies" by Dorothy Shipley White; MIMS FULL i l
"The New Science of Econom
.'. trol Leader, gave lectures on wildlife, first aid and ics" by George Soule: "Glory CHURCH of GOD SERVICE
reptiles. Also the scout leader and bit assistant, Plant" by A. Bertram Chandler BANK
Harry Suter gave the boys several testa on hike Juvenile Saturday Nov. 14 t

preparations, hiking methods, knife and axe, fire "Tlconderoga: the Story of a 5:00 P. M.
building, etc. Shown above is pal: of the troop that Fort" by Bruce Lancaster, Chicken rUU 1.15-ChlU 7S. M
made the hike. They are from left: front Ricky "It', Fun to Know Why: Eipertinents fork Plats 1.00-ChlH S0FOft .
Nevins, Bruce Crow, Gary Suter, Peter Galilee and with things aroundus" I Mil OILIVIRY
10 PIECE SOFA BED Jeff Suter; in rear are John McCalla and Paul Wil. by Julius Schwartz; "The CALL J47-4IM
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; Plans Made For All-County Selections

Terriers At Home Tonight, Meet Sea breeze

'64 AllBrevard Team Should Be Cocoa-Satellite Tilt Might

Best, Say Coaches, Writers Decide County Championship

Last year, the three county newspapers and head football If Satellite Beach plans to win the County Championship or
coaches from all of the county's then "big five" schools selected Happens This Way At Draa Field even take the lead, it must beat Cocoa tonight then trim Titus-

one of the strongest and most well-balanced AII-Brevard football vile two weeks later.
teams In the history of the selection.Can The race towards the Canveral Cup and the Brevard County
it be repeated? Championship Is lust about over. It could be an over tonight if
Dial Field Is -
a place:
The football coaches believeIt Bale received honorable men I Cocoa defeats Satellite, how

can, In fact most of them say tion. Where frustrated husbands take out their torment on officials ever if the Scorpions: win they I
this win be the best year for the With this many boys returning and coaches. will be tied for first place with

AB-County squad, especially from last year's squad and Cocoa, then to take the lead
since there are "six big schools" many more capable athletes, I Where referees can run off the excess fat and still get paid irqWIf1 they have to overcome a strong
instead of five in 1963. selection is going to be more for going on a diet. Titusville squad.

But with the addition of an. difficult than ever. aQ Around the "big six" missile-
To spill steaming coffee over the ladies orange hat sitting
other school it means the selections For example, selecting a in the front row. land Melbourne, has given up
are going to grow more backfield Is going to be possibly all hopes of winning the county I
I\ difficult as every three or so the hardest. TitusvlUe's People watch action on a green cow-pasture in between two championship. Like TltusvlIIe,

I years, another high school Is David Ward last year tully fences, plainly marked with white lines with hitching posts at the Bulldogs have one ]loss anda
added. I 1 mad the squad, the only Junior both ends. tie with two wins In Brevard.
Last year's AIl-Brevard football halfback in the county to make Melbourne travels tonight to .
team, the official and original the starting list Charlie Hug- Ladles try out that new winter dress without having to wait Daytona Beach Mainland.

selection was chosen by: gins, was starting quarterback until Sunday morning. er.aie 11 e, ore.. a Ean Gallic, last place in the

Head Football Coaches John for the Ahi-County team. Where former high school athletes now attending college can standings, wrestles Tampa

Gaines of TltusvlIIe; Cocoa'sLeon But, the list of outstandingbacks visit wear football Jackets borrowed from their roommates with Jesuit and Cocoa Beach, fifth

McCoy; Satellite's Dan returning this year is enough patches and emblems and barg to weigh down Cleopatra.For place, meets Citrus of Inver
Thweatt, Melbourne's Bob Koontz enormous as well as linemen. their title fight coming up November It, In loatoa Garden. ness.
; Eau Game's Jack Barker, people to drop money out of their pockets underneaththe
I This includes Melbourne's big But, in North Brevard the big
and Sports Editors Bill Peter. bleachers. Clay created a world-wide heave of relief recently when he
fullback, Glenn Holtsman; EauGallte's concern is the Titusville- Sea
ton of the Melbourne Dally announced that h. would hereafter refrain from commenting on
Times, Carl Hunzlnker of the Sorenson Cllve and J.Calloway B. Cowart, Steve; Where most people have difficulty hearing the public address his prowess and his prediction in crippled pentameter But like breeze clash here tonight I J.hn Galnes

Cocoa Tribune and Ronnie Cocoa's McRJght.: and Shot- system. the real Casilus. that want to be. The Terriers, with seven I
Iluges of the Star-Advocate. I under their belts, and I
Three new faces will be present well; Titusville's Ward, Hug- Where young girls can go and spend a peaceful Friday evening The urge to rhyme Is as much Inbred in the heavyweight only two defeats will be tryingto that added "Sunday punch",
I gins, Bale and Long; and Satellite and not know a hill of beans about what's happening on the
his desire to
champion as hurriedly dispatch challenger Sonny
on this year's selection overcome a heavier, possibly I Titusville battling to keep
Beach's Ken Hutcherson.
board. Cocoa Beach, the newest I field. Listen.Casilus'. faster ball team in the Sand I ahead of their win loss record
I And, there is a possibility Cocoa
addition of the county's high For politicians to lose votes. Crabs than they faced last which to date is 3-2-2, will have
Beach might offer an outstanding lapse into his old world of poetry cam natural He '
schools, will be represented by 1 year. most of their starting line-up
Head Coach Ed Feely and two back. Where a minister gives a prayer on Friday Instead of Sunday. has decided that he will overcome the dreadnaught known at back in action tonight with the
other schools have made changes -I But, In the meantime, it's up Listen In nine rounds. So, when he announced his predictions,' Coach John Gaines believes exception of two athletes.
in personnel. Selecting from' to the County "big six" coaches Where a band director stands on the side of the field with his what was more natural than for Clay to say it this way: ''He'. Seabreeze Is one of the
Eau Game will be Ned Richard. and the three Brevard County head pointed toward the action and their eyes In the stars, afraidto gotta be all mine in nine". most well-balanced squads the Don Toney, guard and Barry
ion, former Satellite Bench assistant newspapers watch the band because he knows someone Is going to goof. I Terriers have faced this year Gouge, halfback will not see
and from Cocoa will be Scheduled later this month .is Earlier, Clay insisted that he would leave the rhyming to with the possible exception of action. However, injured How-
Where football coach stomach ulcers and lose
Jlead Coach Tom Terry. a gigantic feast for the coaches, a at the time.can develop the sportswriters who, he said would have to proclaim his greatness Satellite Beach, the team Titus- ard Bain Is expected to return
With coaches believing this sponsored by the three news fingernails same after be defeats Listen, "Like they used to do with all vine plays here two weeks from to his first string halfback par

year to be the best ever, may papers. Here, the selection win Where football players work hard, develop muscle cramps, great men." tonight ition, if a pulled leg muscle returns

arouse some curiosity as to be made through the most accurate but after the game when they're out with a date, every things "1 will be in the books," Clay proclaimed. "I win lead the Gaines said earlier this week, to good physical form.
Which will make repeat and fair procedure fine.
players he expects Daytona Beach to
rest And, an those writers who didn't think I was great win

Returning selections.from Tltusvllle'i known.Selections start with the offensive Boys UM as an excuse to miss school on Monday morning because have to change their mlndi. They will write long poems aboutme. er use plays their usual along, off with tackle the pow
sll county list of six last year team, generally the end of injuries. I will be Immortal" and dives. Starling

who gained seven positions, the positions come first Each That makes boy attend school on Friday, because if they As yet no sportswriter has written a best seller describing
coach who thinks he has Last year, it was the off taco
Terriers have center Tommy a don't they can't play that night Cassius exploits. But, from the life that the kid has lived, the kle
plays that crushed the Ter
of the
Edwards; quarterback Charlie player worthy position
book will inevitably com. It depends however on November 18. LineUpLeft
Uugglns, halfback David Ward; nominates his candidates. Then, Where on Friday night a referee's red handkerchief Is riers 268.
And, if Casslua docs it in his prescribed nine rounds, who will
and defensive middle guard after all coaches have made changed Into red flag meaning someone made a boo-boo. After trailing 6-0 at the end of
blame them?
their nomination each End Zimmerman 1
Charlie Griffin. they Larry 1i
Where ",OlIO worth of equipment gets banged around as badas the first quarter, the Terriers
Only four Juniors mado last state statistics, abilities, scholastic
Listen, never a poetry lover, has a one-liner ready for when managed to pull together one Left Charlie Griffin
abilities and a demolition derby. Tackle.
year's. list of offensive starters. sportsmanship h, delivers the punch that will ease Cassiu It's simple, you drive, mostly on pass plays to 1
They include Ward, Hugglns of the individual. This refreshes Where sporting goods companies get rich. might say: "Sleep, creep." score in the second chapter, Left Guard, Don Stamell
memories of
and Edwards of Titusville and some coach
but at halftime the Sand Crabs
1 Eau GaUle's Richard Callaway who might have forgotten the Where a cheerleader can cry one moment laugh the next held a 13.4 lead. An 85 yard Center, Ken Burrell
But, on the honorable mention player. Each school and each then stumble over a megaphone trying to get out of the way of touchdown run by Walser, plac-
has vote. The who has announced football for the Right Guard Mike Stebtck
\ list there's Melbourne's Ken newspaper one an oncoming tackler. man every game ed the Terriers three touch-

j, roadway, a tackle; Dennis past 17 years, without missing a game will not be in the press downs behind then a last quarter Right Tackle, Bill McBride
Graham, lineman from Satellite, ANOTHER CALM Where a coach can either walk off the field alone or on the
Y box at Draa Field tonight at the Terriers of Titusville High meet touchdown ended the game
Eau GaUle's speedster Steve DENVER (AP) Juan Pablo shoulders of his players. 26-.. Right End, Tern Edwards
gorenson and Melbourne's Glenn Diaz, one of the top Jockeys In Daytona Beach Seabrees
Where the Terriers of Titusville High meet Daytona Beach I Quarterback Charlie Huggint
Iloltsman, fullback.On Panama and Mexico City, rode This year's Titusville team ,
Seabreeze tonight See yak there. Bob Hudson Editor of the Star Advocate has announced over
the defensive unit of last his first U.S. winner at Denver's has not changed much, over the Left Halfback, David Ward
year, returning for another opportunity Centennial track. But life was 1 IS home football games for the Terriers during those 17 years same team that faced Sea-

are Griffin. of Titus- Just a series of suspensions here and has missed only one away game during the same period. breeze last year. They still relyon Right Halfback, Howard Bain
vile; J. D. Cowart of Eau Gal- for the colorful rider. He was I While Tltuivllle prepares for the onslaught of Seabrees tonight the passing of quarterback
1 Cuilui Muhammad All, City keeps telling that Bob Is recuperating from a back operation in Halifax Hospital Fullback Glenn Long
lie; John Barbour of Satellite grounded three times by the newsmen Charlie Huggins and the run. I
Beach and Titu&vllle's Howard stewards for riding infractions. : Soooy Uiton will be laughing out of the tide of his mouth after Daytona Beach. log of halfback David Ward for II I

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.. Friday, Novtmbmr 11,1U4 Tlhnvffl* (deride) Stir-A

I Huntin' & Fishin'You I PJH Ninth Comes From BehindTo

newcomers In town. If you happen to get runoff
the road by a jeep,full of women, with load of shot- Trounce Cocoa Beach 257By
gwa and hunting outfits, don't think a thing In the
world about it, because deer season has opened.
And, the women in this of the state have been
part ,
ecortni Farkwtv
E TardiUok
Den Htmke Tommy Hawk went over from aD' :90yud
known to kill deer I run .IH.wk. fIIMlCoco > PINS CBJHS
than run
more most of the men combined. -
Parkway Junior High Ninth the six yard line to make the B*.eh WIIII&.. .*. rata 10 rtnt Down 1 ?
A fellow was saying last year, that the women gen- Grade struck for 19 points in the score 25-7. The Phil Edwards'pass .rUn...(McCoanell pwl tram WttorP -I 140 Ruahlni Tudtn U
erally kill more deer than the men, mainly because of I second half to overcome: a first for the extra point was in .>rkw. ., Orlm 1 yard Nunn U r.Ml.* T.rda** I
two reasons: First of all,the men work five days a week half one-point deficent and remain complete. (X.lo HIM .In.omDWUI I 310 Puss..... M
Pftrkwiiv May M y>rd DAM is.bnwM.s 1 !* Int. BY 0
and only have the weekends to hunt. Whereas, there- I unbeaten and untied here Soon by Quuttrt (Kil, run) I 1 FiimblM Lot 1
fore and hereafter these women, get out of the house, Thursday right against Cocoa Parkway. IS /-SJ Pitkwir. Mnwfc ( "srd rUDeEI.I. .d T..'U PculiM. .-50N '.
some of them and pack up their gear, fill that jeep up Beach. Their seasonal record IsM Coco SMell 1 t 0 to- pan liH'-.mbl.U) ; runt -

with petrol and head for hunting grounds seven days a ) and their three-year recordIs I
week. Then, when they get there on the weekends, the now 170. The Pirates won
women sit along the roads inside the management area over the Cocoa Beach Minute- s
men 25-7 by relying on depth.
and wait for the men and dogs to chase the deer out of The two teams battled to a 0-0 a
' underbrush.
the first quarter tie In a quarter
Speaking of management areas, Farmton located characterized by outstanding defensive -
between Mims and Sanford on a big cattle ranch, is plays.In k4
. supposed to have a good crop of deer and turkey this I the second quarter the Pirates
year. According to Glenn Overstreet, Wildlife Officer drew first blood when Peter Perfect
said about two months ago, he thought this would be a Evans went 20 yards around .
real good season for deer, especially at Farmton. right end and crossed the goal
Overstreet said they probably opened the gates at line standing up. The drive had
started at the mid-field stripe lhafs the word for
Farmton today, giving campers time to enter the area early in the second quareter ; .
and set up shops. where the Pirates took over 1 u : ahA
on a Cocoa Beach punt. It took the brand
Fishing In the Indian River gets better every day. the Pirates Just three plays to new
In fact, sometimes we wonder if they're ever going to march the 50 yards. The big
run out of fish. plays were a 25 yard pass play j
Every fish camp on the Indian River that turned in from Phil Edwards to Kiel h 65 FORD
r reports all had unbelievable catches of trout. Scraggs, Edwards' five yard r 4
: Allenhurst Fish Camp on the Haulover Canal, said quarterback sneak, and Evans'
: most of the over night anglers visiting there have been touchdown run. The point after
Sea It Drive It
the river. touchdown run by Tommy Hawk w Today Away
was short Late in the second v
: E. L. Easley of Jacksonville fished a day and a half,
quarter after taking over on a
.: took home 87 frozen trout and two bass. The largest I Parkway punt the Minutemen :
trout weighed 6 pounds while one bass tipped the scalesat scored on their very first play, : rL McCotterMotors
Htt and the other at 10. I a 44 yard touchdown run by
D. L. Hancock and party out of Lawrenceville, Gay Bobby Williams. The point after'
.. fished two days and caught a total of 73 trout. The first: touchdown was added on a Bill iETL
day out they carted home 32 then on the second day,: Waterman to Mike McConnel
they caught 41. I pass.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Abraham of Bunnell, caught 38' Early in the third quarter aft- e
er gaining possession of the ball a _. .
trout on Monday. The largest weighed 5 ft pounds. I on the 49, the Pirates marchedthe ------- -- -
At the Titusville Pier, (here comes a fish story) a, distance In five plays with STILL HAS ANTLERS-David Bo- a distance estimated at 40 yards. The
man was fishing for trout. Accidently got ahold of one' the climax\ a one yard touch hannon, left, son of Earl Bohannonis youngster has been practicing witha
red that an onlooker said would have weighed 35 poundsat down plunge by Kenny Griggs.' shown with his father and all that bow and arrow for two years, how..
least. The fisherman reached down off the pier to grab' The big plays of the drive were remains of a young buck deer which ever this was his first deer hunt. Four 101 So.Wash-T.tusvillo-AM7.2112
hold of the monster, stuck his thumb in the fishs mouth, Ronnie Newton's 20 yard run David killed at Inverness recently dur.. people were in the hunting party
, and of course, the fish clamped down. The man 'Jumped, and a 16 yard run by Griggs. ing a deer hunt. David, 14, and a fresh- which lasted three days in the Citrus
so did the fish and that's the way the story ended. Joe Kyle's pass for the point man at Parkway Junior High, used a Wildlife Management Area David was I
Back on the Pier, according: to Wayne Summerlin, after touchdown was incomplete bow and arrow to bring down the the only hunter in the group to bring Read The Ads And Profit. .
. trout catches have been tremendous. but the Pirates led 12.7mld.wayln young buck. He killed the deer from home a deer.-S-A Photo,
Carey Leonard of 3118 Cowhen Dr., caught a big, the third quarter. -
trout live and fishing off the Three plays after Griggs' run .
73/4 pound using shrimp
Cooky May Intercepted a Cocoa Roger Craig twice fanned
bridge. Beach pass at the 2S and went three Yankees In one inning dur
Sumerlin said Leonard took out three dozen shrimp
25 yards for the touchdown. Joe Ing the World Series. Bob GIG
: and came back with a total of 25 trout. Kyle added the extra point on a son and Mel Stottlemyre fanned
Fish catches of drum are being reported, however quarterback sneak. three batters in one inning on ,
large catches are not expected to start until after the The Pirates got their final tally -one occasion. "
weather turns cooler. late in the final quarter when __-L I \ > i i'o'
i Some reds have been caught: and some sheephead.
Anglers are using fiddler crabs for the sheephead.
Hunters Told Status '' ,I

.., .)

I j Of Florida Hogs 'r' Florida 1

A free-roaming hog may be claims no 'Jurisdiction ever hogsof ; 1a., J/ it's the ':
wild but it is not necessarily a any kind and feral or wild- MM
game animal and hunters should roaming bogs are generally classified t Phone 26J-2672
use caution when hunting wild as private property. Hunting { CHEAPESTmodem i
.. hogs, said A. D. Aldrich, direc hogs to which there is a
tor. Game and Fresh Water legitimate claim of private ownership
Fish Commission, as he clarified such as on lands where
the status of Florida's wild valid hog claims are in effect,
hogs as game animals. Is an Illegal activity and subject wiy.I
Wild hogs may be taken as to civil action.
game animals only during the : ROOFTRUSSES
open season designated for wild Bowling
hog hunting in 13 wildlife management Iq ,
areas plus all of Palm .....,. 1(11.' III''" 1Ae,.. ''It
Beach and Alachua Counties. 111.1" Indlddual '."'.1 Hlld.Lenoue ti

The special wild !hog areas areas NWadl.ldssl. J2S. ..rI... IlDoVrto ... ti
follows: HUh bow MOMI T.... Ira S.Hltk .

Avon Park in Highlands and 122. .... wrtMi T.m N*. 1. Ar.e11w1U11d ..d w. R1esI1ail.lfti i I
Polk Counties Camp Blanding homo YEAR-ROUND with
in Clay County, Citrus in Cit DOl..t..I.T_ .... w.. ..... Larges ...! Tr*.. frt> fatfte... errelasr your
rus County; J. W. Corbett In Turn K.. 1 14.
Palm Beach County; Groom in 10 T..m MlnuW No. *ClM. >r* 14.14ChtmlMra 1 PANNING LUMBER CO. Reverse-cycle Electric Air-conditioning
Hernando and Sumter Counties; J.....r, 11Bui ISd 0
Out Bowllm
Everglades in Palm Beach, X*. S ]. J'Tea.
Dade and Broward Counties; No. S e1IO1i NEW U. 8. SOUTH INDIAN RIVER CITY
T..1 1 11
Farmton in Volusla and Brevard T.UI No. 4 T UT.5551 PHONE 287-im One compact beefing:! and eooHng system doM both! Just dial for cool comfort fa ;
River in St
Counties Guano
Johns County; ; Gulf Hammock, .. No. I ITo 4 :11: unruner and cozy warmth In winter.No need to take up precious epac to your booms

In Levy County; FUheatlng .. to Install heating equipment,because rtverse-eycl central and window models now
Creek in Glades County; Rich-' ._--- -. cost little more than straight cooling m ta.So,tfu heating comfort It practically fnt 1J.

loam in Hernando Sumter and bonus! And the ncent $10 minion electric rat reduction (our 4th major price cat om

Webb Pasco in Counties Charlotte; and County.Cecil The M. Lc1SWE REPAIRS In 10 years) mata year-round tlectrio air conditioning time biggest bargain <....

wild hog has also been classified l.
as a game animal In the SAFEST by far, becaoM year.roand ;
Point Washington Area in Bay I r AND electric air conditioning k fimeTets and o '

and Walton Counties; however ) ftunebsc Need*no HUM or vents,and It'.
this area will not be epee to v W
bunting this year. WANT ADDITIONSSPECIALISTS free from constantly burning pilot flam r.a

On these areas and in Palm CLEANEST too! Plan ]** abdridtfcrtatM w I
Beach and Alchua Counties, tin E
wild hog Is classified as a game %- no grimy byproducts of eon* :
animal and subject to the rep faction. It JDl&DlIu lee dostinf and IN

and protection afforded ROOM cleaning...plea eubetantial to alNC!
other game species. A daily bag redecorating coat ta. w 1111 ''f
limit of one wild bog per day i Electric Conditional bar barn
Air N
will be to
and two per season
force in all areas open to hog drastically reduced in prfce one the
hunting except OB the Camp 'td but several ,ean. Now everyone caa N
Blanding Area when the sea v afford this comfort Bo,Join the hundred

son's outside Aldrich limit the reminded is established four. hunters areas that p To 5 Years Bank Financing At Low Bank Rates of thousands this truly of modern Floridians JouiU already bL .Ing.enjoying ?N I I

and Palm Beach and Macho PLANNING See your appliance dealer or air condition
Counties, the Game commissionVOLKSWAGEN contractor tMay. .
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CONSTRUCTION L.,. Now cheaper than ever to

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November 1) 1'*4
.... Friday ,
Tlfvivllt, (Florida), far-Ad o

I Civil Defense Directors Attend Annual ConventionMrs. I

Manned Orbital Station
Space Louise C. Gibbons, Bre- hurricanes, and also by William i i I Director, I most interesting and intormaI -
yard County Civil Defense Di I Durkee National Civil Defense!I The Annual convention was I I I live, report those attending. I
------ -----
rector, and Dr. James A. Lasa.
ter, Deputy Director, attendedthe
Could Team To MarsEssentially
Carry Annual Convention of theVnlt.ecf -
States Civil Defense Council .
held in Colorado Springs, -
the same manned "space station development programs Investigations, returning to the I pressure shell would be enclosed Colorado Nov. 1 to e. '"'" .\1 .
orbital space station scheduledto must utilize to a maximum station when finished. The sta. by a mlcrometeorold proof attended committee v.O Ine meals I at budget prl e
circle the globe later in this extent the hardware being tion, he said, would be semi. and load-carrying structure. Both
decade could with modificationscarry developed for our current space permanent, with supplies ferriedto As technologies advanced, life meetings held by Mrs. Jane
the nation's first exploratory programs. and must be capable it from earth. support systems would Include Hanna, National Deputy Director
team to Mars sometime of accepting changes as the He listed four earth orbital closed atmosphere and closed of Civil Defense, Washington GRANSKIL LE
after 1980. program progresses." missions for space stations: low water cycles and, eventually, a ,National and other Office personnel of Civil De
C. J, Dorrenbacher, Douglas Interplanetary vehicles will orbits ranging from 100 to 300 closed oxygen system. fense.
Missile & Space Systems Division draw on the space station pro nautical miles above earth, polar Earth orbital missions could
urged use of the "building gram In at least two ways, Dor orbits, synchronous orbits last 180 days without resupply, Brevard County Civil Defense
block" concept in the development renbacher predicted.The matching the rotation of the Dorrenbacher said. booklet "Blueprints For Disas SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
of a multi-mission space space station, he said, earth and highly elliptical orbits From the earth orbital and ter" was given extensive acclaim
station which readily would I should become the commandand reaching deep Into space lunar missions, he said, would especially by the dele
serve as a basic part of the control center required for between the earth and the moon. come the equipment and know. gates from areas subjected to i
more complex Interplanetary orbital launch of an interplanetary These space station missions, I how for 600 to 900-day interplanetary FRIED I
spacecraft of later years. vehicle. From the space he said, are essential to the en. flights. Advanced First Aid
Dorrenbacher, Douglas MSSD station should also evolve the argement of scientific and med.I "Although I projecting the Refreshing
senior director of advance sys mission module portion of t h e Ical knowledge about space and space station applicationthe Course ScheduledMrs. RO HEERor
tems and technology, made his Interplanetary vehicle. Its effect on man; to the development future may seem to be be-
comments in an engineering paper In addition to their contributions of economic applications this far Into the future E. W. Stewart and J. P. I COKE
which he presented here today to Interplanetary missions, such as In communicationsor may seem to be the realmof Makin, Red Cross First Aid Instructors SHRIMP
t at the Third Manned Space space stations also will play a weather watching, and to the realization," Dorrenbachersaid will conduct an Advanced
Flight Meeting of the American vital role In the nation's lunar growth of the engineering and "It should be rememberedthat First Aid Class at the.
1 Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics exploration program, Dorren >operational capability necessary prove-out and qualification Courtenay Fire Station beginning French Fries Cole Slaw, Cocktail FLOAT
and the National Aeronautics bacher said.Initially for space exploration.A I tary vehicles will involve ex- Monday, Nov It, 7-' pm.
and Administration. he said, stations basic multi I of the Sauce, Buttered Roll
Space space typical purpose principal elementsof This Is a fifteen hour course
placed in orbit about the space station launched Into low the interplanetary vehicles and will prepare those who
+ He pointed out that one of the I moon for 30 to (0 days could earth orbit, Dorrenbacher said, will involve extended duration complete it to take the First
f Justifications for a space station serve as a housing facility, data would weigh about 30,000 poundsand operation In earth orbital en. Aid Instructors Course when 30eW.
project Is to broaden the exper center and observation platform. measure 260 Inches In di vironments. Robert Zubrod, SoutheasternArea $110
ience and know-how needed for Purpose of these missions of the ameter. "Economy and reason, therefore Red Cross Safety Services
future Interplanetary explora 1970's would be to obtain mapmaking Among its features would be dictate the maximum utilization Representative, will visit the
tion. Because of the experimental and geological information. an on-board centrifuge, "shirt of hardware developedIn North Brevard County Chapter
nature of the space station sleeve atmosphere" laboratoryand an evolutionary fashion. The American Red Cross to train
program at this time, be said, On later lunar missions, he living quarters and a hangar earth orbital space station module new First Aid Instructors.
planning must be generalizedand said, astronauts would use the for docking ferrycraft bring. for example, should logic.
flexible, rather than pre space station as an orbital base tog supplies from earth. Solar ally become a basic componentof All who hold current standard ..G ANT" O.. F 'r
cise and "hard and fast. from which they could descendvia cells would provide power for the interplanetary mission ve First Aid certificates are eligible -
"To keep costs to a mini. a reusable vehicle to the the station systems. An Inner hicle." to take the advanced course. PIRTLE PLAZA PARK AVENUE AND SOUTH STREET TITUSVILLE
m a m," Dorrenbacher said, moon's surface for a variety of

.: Grapefruit Shipments LagOut THAT GOES

of state grapefruit.F.O.B. packing house prices for
shipments so far this season are grapefruit were above last ,
running about 45 per cent behind year's, while oranges more \
those of last year at this same plentiful this season than last- HOLIDAYSHOPPING
date, according to Florida Citrus were down in price.
Tangelos are now beginning to
By the end of October, some move and picking will Increase
3,100 carloads of fresh grape.
throughout November
fruit had left the state compared
with 5,700 to date last sea. Florida Citrus Mutual predictsan lIopPliJfI
excellent citrus: year with the
son.Among the for the /t.
on-tree value of the crop com
slower shipments are late maturity ing close to |300 million AT
of the fruit and the small
er sizes which are prevalent this
season. In addition, some of the

area larger was fruit lost In to the Hurricane Indian River Cleo. Printing Needs! V

Oranges, too, are smaller in 11 PIRTLE PLAZA
size this season, but shipmentsare See The
just a shade below last
year's at this time1,321 to 1- Star Advocate
ISt carloads.At .
the end of October, fresh



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1diy, November 1), 144 (FtorMe' ) Ster-AdftCe" Pap 17 1 .

Indianfiver-Cily. SOU::' Titusville News I a

W.S.CS. Smorgasbord hers present I II S tl

The Women's Society for I The program was a panel discussion + 4I
Istian Service of the Indianver I on fall plants and @
City Methodist Church I shrubs Mrs M. F. Breedlove
was rrocram Chairman and
erved a Smorgasbord supoer I
Mr t B Newman Mrs. Homer .
ast Tuesday evening at the
Peter Mrs Paul Stiles and
ethodist Church on State Road t
o 50.Mrs i I Mr*. Nicholas: Genttte members A

Betty Wheeler, presl- 1 I of the panel A very \interestingand

[dent. says that every woman I informative meeting was I '.
[belonging to this Society, helped 9'1 1t enjoyed I
in one way or another to Mrs. Glen Richmond and
make this supper a success. Mrs. C L Stearns were host
There was lots of panning: to esses. The table was laid with A1v1.r
[ be done: the foods to be prepared ecru lace cloth Cake coffee
1, and the multitude of tea and nuts and mints were

things necessary for an event served. The centerpiece was alovely
of this nature. The meal lasted dracenla plant and was
from 1:00: p.m. till r sold as a mystery plant and the

218 plates were served, excluding _ money was added to the fundsof 4tr
the workers and Girl "-'a the Club i"v .

Scouts who helped serve. The L9 A gift of $5.00 was donated to
menu was wonderful. There the Mental Health Association
was fried chicken, smoked mullet r r 5st of Brevard County by the Club. r

baked ham, Swedish meat 4*' Mrs. David Bartlett presented a .
balls, potato salad, macaroni ,. r $,u4 nice gift of money towards the po Di\'lsln-
salad, molded salads, cole slaw, club's projects as she is unableto TO UF-The ECHO donation to the Florida to Tom Lyons, Chair
scalloped potatoes, all kinds of 'JI actively participate due to an 1964 United fund Campaign U present ir e n-AMR Employees Division 1964
cheeses, pickles and relishes, Injury from a recent falL ed by Susan Willis, of Titusville a United Fund Campaign and] R. E. I

baked beans, deviled eggs, ap A Christmas program and exchange Minuteman project office aecretary of Smith, Section Chairman.
plesauce, cranbery Jelly, a of gifts will be on the TRW Space Technology Laboratories
cake and coffee, tea and cold agenda for the December meetIng. '
drinks. All this food took a lot Mn. Jackson urges all WM feint News era and anyone else who Is interested The patrols mad final Pta;
of preparation and many hours SMORGASBORD CHEFS-The ladies back row Lois Sam, Helen Crump. members to attend and bring agift I Wednesday, Nov. 18, for the District Camporee to be
of labor. who served as chefs preparing the ton, Marty Perry, Dorothy Davidson. for exchange, not to exceed Mr and Mrs. Carl Mance of at the Tttusvtlle woman's Club hold Friday thru Sunday at
The proceeds will go to swell food for the W.SCS. Smorgasbordsupper Others helping prepare the food, not ft.00. I 203 Harrison Street report on Building from 10:00: a.m. to Cocoa About 30 boys will go
the budget of the WSCS. to Tuesday evening at IRC First in picture, were: Donna Daniels, KIM II their son, Vest Point Cadet Joe Zoo: pm. leaving the Civic Canter at 4:30:
take care of local Church Com Methodist Church, were, left to right: McLendon, Sybil Hamilton, Dorothy Mance having his first visit to More than 30 gifts will be on pm. Friday, returning Sunday.
munity service and Foreign and Front row-Betty Wheeler, Wannie McCoskey, Jerry Carlson, Betty Baird, P.T.A. Safety Committee I New York City display along with Instructionson Only toys present at the TUP.
Home Missions. Jackson, Charlotte Boone, Shirley Estelle Futch, Carol Ahmie, Kay Bair, The Coquina Elementary I Some JJOO West Point Cadets how to make them. day night meeting are eligible
raveled in 40 chartered busesto
Cain; second row-Jean Hecklemoser Martha Douglas, Norma Ogburn, Kate Si'hool P.T.A Safety Committeeheld to attend.
the Yankee Stadium Saturday
Homemakers' Club Edelman Glenda Johnson Wade. a meeting at the home of i ley fcevt News
Margaret ,
the cochairman, Mr, and Mrs. to witness the Syracuse-! The regular weekly meetingof Tre. Committee
The Indian River City Home- Elizabeth Holmes Lillian Browning I p Meting
Frank Simons at 270 Key Largo Army football fame, which Scout No HO
makers' Club held its regular I Boy Troop The men on the troop com
monthly meeting last Tuesdayat Drive last Sunday evening. Army hot 27 to II was held at the Civic Center mlttee met after the reg-dar
the newly renovated Civic Present were Mr. and Mn After the came the Cadets last Tuesday evening.This Scout meeting and elected
Center 'Clyde Stephens, Mr and Mrs. were permitted to upend the meeting had born set wllllam B. Walker as Chair
Guests present were Mrs. Colton Pooler, and Mr. and evening In New York City and aside earlier as the time for the mnn. Others serving on the
Mn. Greg Steele Sgt Garlandof board their bus in front of the annual Roll Call and
June S. Robinson of 1265 Nassau Inspection Committee are Edmund Mills
Street and Mrs. Betty ei + the Tit usville Police was scheduled Hotel Blltmore not later than prior to reregistering the troop Eugene' Shepard, Robert Web
s to be at this midnight. This was the first
Swift, Mlms. t for the New Year. her, Edward Merriam and
Mrs. Mary Slaby, who was in meeting and to exhibit a film time Joe was permitted" to leave The following were present to Charles Williams.
charge of the Tailoring Course on Safety but owing to press of the Academy grounds since his conduct the inspection: Robert Frank: Fancher will serve as
conducted by this club, reported duty, neither he nor Eddie Fine, entrance on July 1st. Webber, William Walker, Ed Institutional Representative and
there were from 12 to 14 persons director of safety at this school, Joe says that It felt good to Mills, Rick Barrett, Eugene the Troop will again be. upon
other the
present at each meetingand could be present. see something Shepard and Charles Williams. aored by the Elks! Club of Tfctusvllle.
the of the tall, grey, granite buildings of
During course
that the course was very The following average scores Glen Archer will acres
meeting, plans were made for a West Point Joe played in his
successful.Mrs. were made by the Patrols: as Scoutmaster with Roddy
Ethel Currey reportedon pork barbecue to be held on sixth game last Friday after Gttor (8; Rebel 17; Wolverine Northrutt and Richard Barrett
noon, lost to Mi nil us College
the workshops she had held Dec. 12 for the purpose of raising M: Green Bur (S; Titan as assistant Scoutmasters. The
14 to II.Olrl .
on Home Art and accessories more funds for Safety Patrol M and T-Bird 81. The followIng Committee decided to hold
tcevtf' Craft SK
every Wednesday at her home. equipment and for Safety boys made perfect Korea of meeting on the first Mondayof
Mn. Noel Lucas, Arts and
She also reported on the Gift literature for the children Posten 100: Joe Ferguson. Roger Archer each month. Each third
Crafts Consultant for the North
Exchange Ideas Meeting in advertising this barbecue Bill Wagner, David Wtb- Tuesday was set aside u a time
Brevard Ctrl Scouts
will be made by Mrs. Semmei reports
Cocoa. her and Mike Allred. for hoard of Review
that she la having a Craft
that the 5th Year Class at Coquina -------- -- -------- -- -----
Mrs. Slaby reported School.A Show, fur all Girl Scout lead. Irs.asr asat art.
4-H girls were working on their I
r t tN tt further discussion embraceda
sewing projects and are getting
ready for the dress revue. plan to have a bicycle Inspection
Mrs. Florence Strom reportedon .*nd rodeo and the HAPPY Eat At The

the program planning for feasibility of the Coquina Safety BIRTHDAY
next year the most interestwas Patrol participating in the
shown for home manage. Christmas Parade. Saturday, Ne ember 14
ment, home Improvement and Mrs Herbert Ball 'HAMBURGERDON'T
Mrs Robert KamIner
family living She reported also ScKeet
C ft M. A. Sunday David Parker
1 that at a recent Council meet. SMILING WAITRESSES Membersof per, Vickie Williams; second row The Junior Girl's Sunday Martha Ann Smith
ling Clark Maxwell, County Tax the Girl Scouts who graciously serv- Susan Johnson, Ann Gray, Barbie Collins School Class of the Christianand Champ Waring .
Assessor and L. E. Usher of ed at tables and generally helped Lynn Holt Ginny Wood; back Missionary Alliance Church Ruth Raulenon '
[the Federal Internal Revenue wherever needed at the Smorgasbord row Janet Chreist, Debbie Stell- held the November clam meetIng Ann Brackln DRESS UP!

I Bureau had been guest speak. supper Tuesday night were, left to mach, Jana Millot, Pat Ambrose, Lynn at the borne of their teacher Kenneth Carlile

ers. right: Front row Chris Compton, Waddell, Christine Wood. Mrs. Roy Forward on Stuart Wilson Stratuhiugn!
Mrs. Slaby reported on the Avenue: BRING THE KIDS AS THEY ARE
Fish Cooking School held at the Jean Wise, Cindy Johnson, Leslie liar- The girls planned and practiced Zygmunt Swldilmkl

Agricultural Center in Cocoa on I their parts for the Missionary Sunday, November IS
November 8. She reported also energy to go through her closet Crafts show. A Make-up Booth sent a "Shindig" featuring Co Program to be given at Mrs. Jessie Weinman YOU WILL BE EATING IN THE
that the County Council of and take a good look at her will turn our little girls into quina'i outstanding talenL the opening exercise of the Mrs R. C. Brady
Ilomemakers Clubs will hold dresses which had not been princesses and our boys Into Following this, a gourmet Sunday School C. W. Herndon PRIVACY OF YOUR CAR

their Christmas Party on December worn and sort them into four Indians. Movies will give you a turkey dinner and all the trim After playing refreshment Ray Hunt
S. The local Christmas groups: chance to relax and start all mings, prepared by Chef Cooper of cookies, candy aid Fred Maurice Merckaon
party will be held on December 1. wearable and in good over again.Nu and her staff win be srevcd punch Mere served to Diane Thomas Brown PRICES RIGHT
8. shape: 2. Minor repair or clean- Phi Mu of Beta SigmaPhi from 1:00: til 700.: For advance Allred, Margo Greene, Linda Mn. Eugene Under :
Christmas Workshops at the Ing needed; J. Those that need sorority will present a pup- tickets for the dinner, call Mn. Byrant, Janice Adklnxon, Anna Sherry Braden I
Agricultural Center in Cocoa renovating; 4. Those to giveaway pet show. Sutton at 267-4M4 or Mrs Hoi- Marcum, Debbie Hazen and l Sophia Scott FINE SELECTION
are set up as follows: November when this had been done, A turkey win be given awayto loway at 217.1721.A Darlene Marcum. They all signed Mrs L. A. Joiner

23 Tree skirts, snowman they would be ready to start on the holder of the "lucky tur day o>* fun and entertain- a Get-Well card for Vivian Me4ay, Nevefnber U OF FOODSENTER
and other decorative Ideas; that remodeling.Mrs. key ticket". To obtain these ment will be concluded with art Koehlcr Mho ii confined to her Norman llurlbert
December 7 Making candles, Currey and Mrs. Strom tickets call Mrs Sable at 287- exciting suction that you won't bed at this time. Arthur Price
artificial trees and bells; December went into the question at great long or Mrs. Nye at 287-4053. 1 want to mlsi. Make your plans Juanlta Mays
18 decorating with length as to When and How to now to attend. Herbert Hearne FROM SOUTH OR NORTH BOUND
greens. Remodel and all that this entailed The "Bake Shop" will have Dinner Guests Mrs B. J. Gravel
She also announced that gen. before the newly renovated desserts for the most d1scr1m-1 Mr and Mrs. James Ml/ell Alton Dye LANES U. S.1, T1TUSVILLEI

eral Christmas ProCTams' wouldbe remodelled garment was inating taste. There will I.R.C Garden Club and daughter, Mary Anne, were Clyde Bates Jr.
announced on Dec. 8 for ready for wear. homemade candy, hot The Indian River City Car. dinner guests of Mr .and Mn. Mrs. Letty Ruffle
North Bervard; Dec. 9 for Central cokes, and coffee on sale dogs'l den Club met last Wednesday Wilt Bunhong and daughter\ --- -
and Dec 10 for South Bre- grounds. afternoon at too p.m. at the Sally Ann, Monday evening. The
vard. Coquina Fall Festival l Coquina's own talent scout I Iloin. Civic Center for Its regular BuKhong'i live on Jana Drive In

Mrs. Graham then IntroducedMrs. Coquina PTA will present its Virginia Burgess, will pre- monthly meeting with II mem the Imperial Estate tubdlvtolon. ECONOMY SPECIAL !

Maxine Wagner, County "Fall Festival" Saturday, Nov. 1
Council President and 2nd Vice. 21, from 2:00 until 7 p,m., at the
president of the State Council of Coquina Elementary School on Protect Your Uwn For The Winter
Homemakers' Clubs. Mrs. Wagner Knox.McRae Rd. i
Is visiting all the Home. Fun and attractions are plan
makers' Clubs in this County ned for children and adults.
win be the conductorand
and gave a short condensed report Mr. Pirtle
on the work which has engineer on I his "fun train". 300 Us. 86.6 50% ORGANIC 25 j
been done by all Clubs. A "House of Horror" will thrill
Hostesses for this meetingwere and chill you. Games of skill GRANULAR FERTILIZER
Barbara Rufo and Doris win challenge your aim. You I
Hoover who served coffee and can begin your Christmas shopping PARKWAY DEVCO

banana cake and lemon fluff. In the gift shop, stock your I rNEI4Tb ,' t1 e
The program scheduled for kitchen at the country store j'1L rtL
this meeting "Bring them backto and decide between trash and INCORPORATED tf STAMP fM ,,. \ 'a
Life" was then presented by treasures at the White ElephantSale. I THE

Mrs. Currey and Mrs Storm .
who told each woman present The students will display their NOW LEASING
that she needed time. ideas and bobby projects at the Arts and i


CASH Located At Highland and Garden Street '

Titusville I ; LAWNLAWN

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Alt K....fi A* C.v. >*r Paid
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Unit Arall.ll. lit This N.w ttfiUlflfUp SHRUBBERY .1/
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$50.00 to S600.00 Ar.. Te It* Squire Pte.. SPRAYINGOwcrfvlfy

Make The Arraagementa By Phon Write P. O. Box 1403 Titw etIl. or Telephone W G. HolUdey. 217-0440 PUTILIIING

267-4331 -- '- Monthly or Yurt, Contracts

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Fate L (Plerlda' ) Star.Advcare __ 'rl4.y, November 13, 1U

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IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT Of Attorney wheat name and .... 11'1' UlT OR? 01' I GIRLS Y XOTJCE: TO AIR AVTOMOBILI: MD rOMMBaatod
TMB NINTH JUDICIAL dft- draw It qroflon. Brewer A HajlUjad. IUD A L .Jt. GLAMOR ItBAlMB aropoeale will be recededer
CUlT IN AND FOR ? IVAftcothTY M Palm A_... ntMvjtt*. btiH. JI'OIt' ::1IV..b: MID rOB.1leatod the City of Tltusvllh for the
FLORIDA Florida' on or before Deoamnar IDA. lRCOVRT2; alr-condltlonlnsT of

CHANCERY NO. Md 1, 1804. r.al.t' or a Oa- 5 a bIde will ka .......... bytaa ='tflan.t.. Cltv Civic Assoclatloa -
suIt <. Quips TMI 01 5 WO hi ?reM I --'NiIIIT' City' of THaavttla, ftatMa for kulldlng. aa specified below

NOTICE or CIT ."lN"tV/ITUN BY FEBLhCATIOJ2OMPLAl Ptasntltt.irR tile 'u........ of three IMS four uatll Monday November 23. 1W4,
1.ROLA 8. 10 !flON. formerlvLBOLA .T. WHBRBOr, I *? Porn I door oedaaa for poMoa servIce 11:00 A.M. Eastern gtenclsrcl Time,
have sit my band and affliad FonECLOsEig: .- : All proposals will he studied for
.RO,",. MAlt B. MITUJNI. at SE. at BMa win be received IB Ue
Plaintiff my official aaal at Tltuevtlla Bra- B. W. X2BT It17)I\ II 2 iiJi1SI. 'I ... of the City: Maaager, CIty Hall.Tttuavlllo award at a later date. All bid
card CouBty. Florida, tbla dub d/b/a B. vf KkbyOaneral De..d.. Florida until 11:00: shall be submitted In a uraled envelope .

I. FRANK ARNE... '". et al.U day of Ootober. 114. Ooirtraotor Il BOTPOB: or anT ivIeOnYOAOe ., JOT Friday November 20, addressed to thr Cltv Manager. -
CURTIS R. BARNM Plaintiff tORIIC'Wol' t;:: Bide wnl then ba publicly; City Hall. Tltuavllle. Florida;
Defeedanta.TO Clark of the Circuit CourtBrevard ... TO: JlO.MAII E. MULLPNI and opened and read IB the Council and plainly marked scaled bid
: J. FRANK BARNBB, andBARNM County, Florida BJBYNOLDa W. DAVIS I NELLIE, I. MnUN' bt. room I. lbs II........ of City offMala proposal for the sealing healing
-- hi. wit.. By: V. I. Spanjler Defendant aid Intereeted _n.. All and alr-condltloning of the Indian
MART ARORZTT. and If ike behuaT.nd Deputy Clark. TO: Reynolds' W. Davie VIDaWCI: UNKNOWN bide will be studIed and presented River City Civic Assoclallea
marriedPaUCOCK bar (COURT BCALOot ) You: an hereby nottflad. that a I 1..t. I AND TO: All parties claiming Intareeta U lb. City Council for award of building lo be opened Monday.
the wife ortorm.i W, Nov.' 4, 11 :M Frl.' .) 1M4.IV Complaint baa been flied aenlast Couaatl meeting. All November :23. 1M4 1&1 I lt-00 A.M.
by. through bid later
:.r.A T under or at a
of ARTHUR: MA- you tor foraeloaura of Ham on lb. \ I It. against the aforesaid i per' hide will be eubmtttad IB a ....led Eastern Standard Tlmr.
COCK. and If .bs be r.arrisd fallowing real' :brtr. to-wlt: : _. : -. envelope addreaMd to tko City i IPECIFICATIONSDetaIled ,
her bu.ban4. If alive. and TUB CIRCUIT COURTP111TH Lot I aa ... O. R. FruIt fo YOU ARB hereby notified that Manager, City Hall. Tltuavllle. and speclflcstlons for tka
If dead. bin her or their unknownheirs JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. tEAlto Book 114 Pace 3d. Troplo a Complaint to foreclose a oertala plainly marked. "tfBALKD BID equipment desired may be Picked

devisees. (...1..... aaslcnOfia FOR BREVARD COUNTY. Homo Plat according In to tbe. meetings encumberIng the following FOR THREE: It** POLICE CAR8t up at City Mall. 525 Palm Avenue.TUusvllle. .
Plat thereof recorded Plat
trustees or FLORIDAIN described real property: to- ba opened Friday. November :20, I Florida.
er".I Book 11. Page 13, Public Records .
JI : or artificial CHANCERY NO. 21701CoTter Brevard wit: 1M4>> at 11:00 ....... KST." The City reserves the right 10.ocep'
of County, FlorIda -
: OF ( reject any and all bid.
claiming bv through ".- Lot 40 Block A. BEL AIRB or
d.I' aialnel the above named ADOPTION PHOfKBDIlkOS said property lying: laHectlnn UNIT TWO, according to tha PECIFICATIONB and also reserves. the right to read
Defendant or any of them the : IN RE: Adoption of 10 87 Township J8 Brivard OoothRaoe plat thereof .. recorded IB (Less trade-In allowance of vertlee for new bids.

noire' .......... grantees. assignft TERRY LICE FOX Florida.aad Vast. Plat Book 11. page 60. Publl three police care) City: of Tltuavllle ,
*. Honors, creditors trusteae or By: LAWRBNCB BAKER aid County, to Record of Brevard County, I four-door aedana for police By: Cleveland B. Talmadi
BITTY JEAN BAKER his you are required nerve a City Manager
other parsons, natural .artl* Florida aervleeTear
.fMak clsmlne bv. ...Uoh. under wife copy of your Answer or Pleadingto ... been filed against yon In the 1M5 Nov. 11 (Frl.) 1M.
or acalnst JOHN ARORETT. TO: MKTGR: FOX, Jr. and the Complaint oa and lb. Plaintiff'snttoflheV. above styled ault and you are required : cylinder motor, :200 H.
Hartog Woltmaa
Deceased and all persons bavin H08ALIK KATHLEEN 112 Cocoa. to serve a copy of your P. or more
Derby tftreet. Florida
or claiming any Interest In or to FAZOHAB rox Answer or other Pleading t* the Heavy duty generator. or
IAdd.... Unknown) and file the original Aavwer or IN THE!!: CIRCUIT COURT 051'THE
the following described property Complaint on Plaintiff attorney, alternator 40 amp. or more
In the offlca of the
1 looted In Brevard County, Florida : You are hereby notified. that Clerk Pleading. of the Circuit Court on or ANDRRHON RUflH. DEAN Heavy duty shock abaorbera NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
LOWNDEeT. 822 Automatic tranamlaalon .
East Central
: tba above-named Petitioner before lbs :13rd day of November
Bedn 2M feet North of tba LAWRENCE KAKER and BETTY 1W4. If fall to do Jud.. Boulevard Orlando. Florida and 15" wbeela
JEAN BAKER. han. filed petition file the original Answer or other 710 x 15 i 4 ply tires black
I a
of Lot of .
Boutheast corner moot by default will b. tahoe : K>R Kl'I..>..1 K K:
In tbe above atyled court Pleading In the offloe of the tullo "PI
Bubdlvltlon of E..III for lb. .II'f
Grays apnioet you d..d.
nl No.tb",114 of Northwest for the adoption of the minor .d In th. Complaint.' EsSi< Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Wheel baee not toM than 111Heater VANGUARD MORTGAGE COHoPANT. -
Aj"Now a Florida. corporation
child named therein and v-r before the 7th day of December Inchss
'4 of ejection 17. Township 21 you are Thin notloe shall be published Plaintiff.
$uth. Retire 85 Kast a. per required to show cause why theme onoe each week, for four con_ mi. If you fall to do 110. a decree and defroiterL .
Plat Book J. Pain J. Public .' should not be ranted by utlve weeka la Tltuevllla ..... OssF.mm 0mdn.. .....Hat Vuod n.M_ pro oonfesao will bo taken agaInst R sun visors "BASIL CERVA0 aiiu B. DAR-
Records of Brevard County. cervine a copy of your written Advocate. you for the relief demanded In the L dt R front seat arm real
Florida! run Nortb alone the defentee, If any, on or before the DONE AND ORDERED In TI. now, dear-.he took her vitamin C." Complaint. Four window vent ebadee I.KNB CERVAI BARNETT his NATIONAL wife. Odd
Kait lint of said Lot J 64 (eetithenoe ; Mrd day of November, Imi. upon tuivllla, Florida this 22nd day of This Notlo shall lID published Front seat roll un lafaty THE
West 120 feet to the Palmer W. Colllne! Attorney for October I11f14.CURTI". one a week. for tour consecutive belle meeting Federal Government BANK, a national banking' aeeoclatlon. -
Petitioner, LAWRENCE BAKER week. IB the Tltusvllle Star Advo"DATED specificatIons with .
west line of Lot I of laid ub- R. BARNM. Clerk
Drfcndantn.bOT1I'K .
division; thence gouth alon. and BETTY JEAN BAKER. 1800 Circuit Court Brevard I/EOAL: NOTICE!: quick releaae bucklea I
the Watt line of Lot I 44 (eetithenoe ; Plnetree Drive, Eau Oallla Florida County Florida.By ,
Rent 420 tot to Point by mint tha original : V. I, ipaniler
of Beginning. thereof with the Clerk of said D.putCI..k AGE FHANCHIHKH CUlT. IN AND FOR BREVARD: REAL) UndercoaledDirectional that under and In purauanca of
court otherwise : NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN COUNTY. FLORIDA. CURTI R. BARNES Llghta that oerialn final Decreo of Foreclosure
: a Decree Pro Circuit Court
Too and each of you are b... Confeno may be entered agalnat Hirtog ft Wolfm.n THAT BLONDY'B UTILITIES CHANCERY NO. 2WMONOTK >> ( Clerk of Circuit Court Floor mats front and rear made and rendered on tho
>V notified that a Complaint haiABO you erantlng aald adoption Atorneye :for Plaintiff INC. has applied to the Board of K: TO IIKrKItD:! By V. 8. gpangler heavy duty lIb day of November. AD. 1961.
filed against you In lbs Circuit WITNESS my hand and the 111 Derby Rtreet County Commlulonera of Brevard CHRIST GUI CERVA8 Deputy Clerk. High speed and handling In and by the Honorable Voile A.
Court la and for Brevard seal of cold Court at Tltuevllla 1 Cocoa, Florida County Florida, for the uuuenoeof Plaintiff Nov. .. 18. 20 :27 Frl.) 1M4. package WIlliams Jr., Judge of the Circuit

County Florida which cause I. Florida, this :lint day of October, Oct. :23, SO, Nov. t. 13. Frl.) 1964. waur aupply and eevarairafranchlaee V.. Calibrated' apeulometer Court In and for Brevtrd
.. herein. The IN THE uphollttB Florida In Chancery, being
Jn title above IfN14. embracing tha following JULIA MARIE CERV All. CIRCUIT COURT IN Vinyl County -
.Plaintiff aaka the auletlnn of COURT UK:AM daeortbed landa In Brevard. Defendant AND FOR BREVARD COUNTY. Foam rubber sods .. front Case No. :IU6V.! and a certain.

tle to lb. real property above CURTI K. JUIINKK, Printing Needs! County Florida to-wlt: TO; JUUA MARIH CERVAI FLORIDA extra heavy cause vending In said Court
described. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT I SHERWOOD! ESTATKg: i/D. 110O Park iJint IN CHANCElir NO. 2WM Color Solid white wherein VANGUARD NOJITOAOK -

Ton era hereby required tn file COURT See The UNIT I. 2. and 8. PB ,.. pa.UB Betheada. Maryland AZKLINB L. RIOG1.NS. Air cleaner COMPANY. a Florida curuvratlnn -
your d.f...... to tha Clerk. of tha By V. I. Mpangler PB. II. pg. 1*. and PB 111. You hereby Plaintiff. Electric wlndahleld wlpera le the Plaintiff and
notified that
above atyled Court and tn nor'. a Deputy Clerk Star Advocate pg. II, .record of Brevard complaint are for divorce has been a ... 1 apeedBeacon I BASIL CKRVAH and U. DAK-

copy of name upon Plalntlffa Oct. 23, 10 Nov. t, 13 Frl..) 1M4. County Florida being' that filed egalnut yen and you are required OMAR U RIGGINa.Defendant I.KNB CGHVAM. bin wife < .nd
portion of the BW % of the ray light and THE BARNETT!: NATlONAtU
NW % and the NW 44 of the to file your anawer or KOTICB OK OIlY from trade-In vehicles to BANK a national banking a>-
BW (4 and the I WU of the Circuit pleading Court with for the Clerk. of the TOt OMAR 2.. RIQGINBretldenco be removed and Installed acclatlon, are the Defendenti. I.
Rrevard County unknown on new vehIcles by aucceei- CURTIS R. BARNES. Clerk of
W14 of *... 19, Two. lid ae
Florida at Tltuavllla, Florida, and YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat ful bidder the Circuit Court for the Nlotbludlel..L
Range UE of Brevard County,
I Club & I eerva a copy thereof upon ROB. a soil for divorce ha been Circuit of the IIt.t.tlf
Notices Florida. lyln We.t of the
Lodge ERT OODBBY. P.O. Boa 453 Co.
Weotenly :..o ho' of filed against you la the Circuit Hadlo to be removed bv City Florida shall offer lair I and
ooa, Florida Attorney for the net.
the proposed Interstate Rd. Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit Heavy Duty brakes and lin Mil, to ills highest bidder
known aa "1-95;" 000tatnhnj! Plaintiff on or before 80th November In and for Breverd County, tog Non-adjuetlng for cash at pulillc outcry at !thaBrevard
1044. If fall to do ,
>o adecree
you Florida, entitled AZELINB L. Heavy Duty radiator I
14.' .c..., more or I..., pro eontoeao will be entered County Courthoum at Tl-
AND RIGGINS Plaintiff va. OMAR boo'"lie, Florida on the 24th day
LANTERN PARK OlD Units artlnat you for the relief de- L. RIOOIN8 Defendant ChanceryNo. Delivery date shall be guar of November, A.!. 1964. at 11:00:
Rotary Club TITUSVILLI GARDEN CLU.O.ne..1 YORK-RITE BODIES 1 and t, PB II, pg. 40. and PBII mended In the mr complaint.WITNESS band and. the 2M88.! You are hereby required anteed. In the event of non A.M.. the following ,!crllied

.: MEETS THURS. meetlnc all circles 2nd Of North Brovard County County. P,.,85 Florida mounds, being of Brevard that official, ...1 of tha Court thin or to other nerve written a copy of defeniee your anawer ; delivery eucoeMful by bidder peclfled...rjll'. date.to In property sid Final and equipment Decree of daacrlbvd)\ rocloiure .

12:15: P.M. Monday ot Oct., Nov.. Feb., 5th dey of November. 1004s the Complaint filed herein u..onC..I maintain City vehicle to be iltimte: lying and being ItPlrevard
portion of the NB ho of the
March M.,. Time and otaoe toba / / Curtla R. Barnes O. flweneon. Attorney for the traded from euch date until County, Flrrlda, and
Wiip) .Hrrf Hllli Country Club announced Executive Board Indian Rlror Chapter NB Range 44 of SHE.loo.Brevard 25. TWp.County 118. Clerk. of the Circuit Courtby I Plaintiff and 10 file the original delivery of new care.Three more particularly: described aa I'ol-
Prei. last Tuesday each month Ootober Florida, : Mary Joe Unesrlputy thereof In lb. Office of the Clerk. low.:
Ray Wlnateid thru May. excepting therefromtha Clerk. of the vehicle presently la police .
No. 27 B 440 ft. and the W 210 ft. Circuit Court of Brevard Lot 8, Block F, of GARDEN
Wilbur Sikci See' (COURT BEAD County Florida on or before the eervlce to b. accepted for PARK
REPLAY arcnrdln to
of the B. 460 ft. of the N. (122
M... Charles Massey, President ROYAL ARCH MASONS ROBERT OODBET tnde-ln followi
ft. thereof together with the : 7th day of December A.D., 1W4. ai the pint thereof .. recorded In
Clifford Yodor, High Prleit South mo ft of lb. HII4\ of P. O. BoX 4153 HEREIN FAIL NOT or a De.c. Two 1M8 Four-door Ford Plat Book 17. page 117 of the
Cocoa, Florida ... Sedans
Gill Wllllami the ITS U of One 24. Two. :21*, Pro Confeuo will be entered Public Record of BrevardCounty
IITA SIGMA PHI Socrotcry Attorney for Plaintiff I agalnet you for lb. relief prayedfor One 1IM4 Four-door Chevrolet Florida.
Tit sville Chap. SORORITY Meefi :3rd Wad. 7:30: P.M. Florida Range ,|4B containing, Brevard 34.14 County acree, Nov. (. 11. :10, 27 (I'rl.1 1M4. In said Complaint.DONB SedanTheee Together with:

No. 6 O.E.S. Mealing lit and :IrdThuriday .t Maionlc Temple, Tltuivlll .'.clu.lve of Carpenter Rd.rightofway tuavllle. Florida AND ORDERED thli 4th day at TI.of vehlclea mey be seen at Furnace M John.on Air EaaeHT8

(QIffwil: 7:30: p.m. November A.D., 1IM4. lb. Police Department. Corn ..or Johnson Air Ease '
AID .." for
reject and all bid
Hreno CLERK OP THB CIRCUIT accept or any Oven. Range GE J 792
1 platting, being, the NW' H of Cl'IT. IN AND FOR BREVARD
Worthy Matron ., PreeldealIfllIMO. COURT Brevard County and aleo reeervee the right to readvertlee Dlepniil Inelnkeralor 333.
R. Ie 8. M. the NW H of Bee. II. Twp. COUNTY FLORIDA
,' for new blda.
Tltwrvllle. Florida
MM. Vary Alice Kittles awoty.'Meet 31 B. Range ShE:, Brevard IN CHANCERY NO. 13IISOTII DATED at Tltuevllle. Brevard
let and Ird Tuasdayi I P.M. TRICTA OMICKOH R. V. Bakaa County Florida, with the e.. R: Tn IIKflOn V. 8. Cleveland B. TalmadgeCity ('lIunt,. Florida, thin 12th.d.I': of
(4l-iuU .. By Bpangler
M. Wattle
Mason Novemhrr A. D., 1M4.
Thrice ceptlon of the
Illustrious westerly portion
Martor MARY JOANN BENNETT Clerk. Maneg.rNov.
P1Ir'-'J PreeltleatM7S7I4" ueed for road ,I.bl...,...,., Plaintiff COURT BEAD 13 Fri.) IIM1I.IN' CURTIIf R. BARNBH
Gill Wllllami Recorder Clark of the Circuit Court
fur Carpenter Rd. and 1-85 .
ETA ETA .. Nov. I, 13. 20 27 Frl.) 1M4. Brevard Conutv. FloridaBy
Nary Lea Pierce ..., Meeti 2nd Wed. at 7l30: P.M. AND MARVIN H. BENNETT'
: Mary Joe linger
Indian River Maionlc The B. 210 ft of the N. 122 ft Defendant
Temple Coco
"'.11111 of the W. 1/1 of the N.B. k. MARVIN H. BENNETT TALL.tH.tHKKK, rLOMIKAMOTIIK THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Deputy ClerkCOURT .
Ltd,. N.. N of the N B'4 I... M, Top 31, 215 W. Market. Street !: THB NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT L.( SEAL)
PHI BETA: MOD..I. Hens 14, New Albany Indiana NOTICE I. hereby given that lhTrueteee IN AND FOR BREVARD Fharr Abner
P. A A. M. le Honker Frenlileal. Brovard Commandory AND COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN Turnbull and Abner
TO; of the Internal Improvement
18J-4HIM No. 24 K. T. The N. 102.14 ft. of the B. let Fund of the 8Ute of Flur- CHANCERY NO. 2548JCOTICK Suite 490
AMti 2nd & 4th 7:30:
Thursdays, ft. of the W. 10 ft ot the You. MARVIN H. BENNETTare New England Building
Maeonle Lacy Rimer hereby notified that a Bill of Ida, In meeting In the Board : TO 4.PPKAKAHII P. O. Box 217
at Ynirpi.Masonic Eminent Cmdr. NW *4 of the NW\%. Bee. II. Room
of the Oovernor'e Office
Ttmpl District No. 3t Gin Williams, Recorder Twp :31 County, Renge 89.Brevard been Pkl jN.I for you Divorce, and you b : Capital. Building scheduled for I EDWIN .i, IMITH.lltrKNU Winter Alto rncvs Park.for' PI.lntlff Florid .

Jamee H. Stewart. Master Meeti 4th Wed., 7:30: P.m. Board will WaUr bold and itewrege are required ta serve a copy of luvo A.M. .. Nuriei Ann. a publlu
1M4, will oonelder
W, Frank Harden. Beofjr Maionla Temple, Coco hearing at ':00 o'clock P.M., oa Kill tniwer or pleading to the applicationmade Va.
by H. C. Kirk, Florida
Meets Pint Tu.. of Complaint to the Plaintiff
aid franchise application DOROTHY .
at attorney P1TTB. MORTON A. Wonderland IndUn River' City A. SMITH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
If aach month County Commisel 05cr.' Room. 1'1. STEPHENS and file the originalanawer Florida, en behalf of Vacationland defendant. THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR.
Junior ChamberOf tuavllla Courthouse, Tltuivllle, or pleading In tba office ., Ino, for purcbaae of the TOI DOROTHY A. BMITH4m CUlT IN AND FOR BRBVARU
I '.M. Florida, on lb. 23rd day of November following described lend, to-wlt: Lincoln Way COUNTY. FLORIDA.
PILOT CLUB of lb. Clerk of the Circuit Courton
Commerce At First Federal staving 1IM4. and all pennni af or before the tin day of December File No. 132H-05-253.il Ban Franclne California CHANCERY NO. HffiMI
and Loan fected or Intennted In such fnnchlie IWi.If A parcel of eubmcrged land In YOU DOROTHY A. BMITH. lIcEnse BV PI HI.ICATION
President. Dorlhy Forster, RN. Mn. John Locks, It.... applleatlon are Invited to be the Indian River In Hectlou are hereby notified that a' complaint CURLEB HARAL8ON, .
Paul fiHiburr, Pr... mercury Doris Mill n..., R.N. .present at said time and placa I* you fall to do eo, Judgmentby 26 Townahlp 22 )oulh. Range for divorce bee been filediilnnt PUlntirJ! ,

Stanley twins, S.c'y.L.nl. Phone AM T-6073 Meeting, lit & 3rd Wedneadayi voice their approval or dleapproval default for the will relief be taken demanded. agalnet In 35 E..., City of Tltuevllla, you In the above court by ....
0' .Id
franchiee .pplle.Uon. you Brevard County the Plaintiff herein, EDWIN J. CHARLES L. HARALMOX.npfinilatft.. '
Rogtri, Sic'y 12:00: Chanticleer Florida, lying
Inn DATED aM Complaint
this lath '
day o.
of Lola: 4 18 In.dusty. BMITH. and are required 10 .
eaeterly to you
Cititena Bank Building CZECHOSLOVAK'AMERICAN Executive Board Monday bar, iwli.Doerd, 1'10..10.1 This notice ..h.tl be publishedonoe of Second Addition to ..... a entry of your aniwer or TOI: CIIARLK U HARALHUM
of each week for four conieoutlve -
Before lit CountyCommIssioners Indian River olhrr pleading to paid complaint Reelilrnce unknown
Wednesday City. a! recordedIn
JileeU Every Thuriday 7:30 CLUBOf weeke In the Tltuivllle altarAdvoceta -
: p.m. by, You an hereby notified that
Plat Book 2, Page 73 Pub. on the Plaintiff attorney... O. L. a
Tltuavllle Florida.Done
TltusvlUo Phillip B. Bearcv, P.E. Ho Recorde of Brevard County, MURTHA. Ill Ninth Street K:.u Complaint for Divorce been
and Ordered. In Tltuivllla
of Water and Gallla filed egalnit you and you are)
Florida, containing 10.11 acrea. Florida and to file the
Ilrevard this 6th
County riorlda.
TITUSVILLE POST NO. 1 511 Grannia Ave.I TITUSVILLI BewerageBrevard day of November 1M4. more or I.... original anewer or other pleading required to eerve a copy of vowrAnewer
County Florida and will eonilder objeotlona there In the offloee of the Clerk of the or Pleading to the Com
CurtIs R. Barnei Clerkof
N. 18 IF.186...
I Regular meetings and Wednesday" PUBLIC LIBRARY Circuit Court to. Objections to the proposed eale Circuit Court Tltuevllle, FlorIda plaint on the Plnintiff'nattnrnrv.
AMERICAN of Hid land should be ubmltted on or Before the 24 dav of November A. J. HOHKMANN. JR.. P.O. BOX
of each month. Hall ..uhTuo.d. bv V. B. Bpangler
1421 Dra* Road !ftOTICK OF rOKECLOKlKE: : Deputy Clerk. to the Chief EngIneer: T rusts.. of 1M4. Falling to do no. Decree 728. MERRITT ISLAND FLORIDA
LEGIONHarry .", Thursday and Balurdayevening HOURS Ntl.K iCOt'RT BEAD the Internal Improvement Fund. Pro Confeim will be takenagalnit and file the original. Answer

at a p.m.Blavka : NOTICE: II HEREBY GIVEN Nov. 5. II, 3U, 27 rrl.) 1M4. Elliot Building Tallahiem. rior p.. for the relief demanded or Pleading In the office of the
Benin Mon. thru Frt. 9 a.m.-8:00: p.m. pu..u.nl 10 en Am..d.d lum. Ida prior to the date flnt abovementioned In eald complaint., Clerk of Circuit Court on or before
Teetrlck, Comdr. mary Final Decree or roreclneurs The Truiteee reeerve THIS NOTICE shall be publlehed the 801 h day of November
ORobert Comparato Adjutant Saturday t a.m.-J:30: p.m. dated November a. 1M4 and entered the right to decline ta make .1.! onoe each week. for fourconiecutlve 1S)64. If you .f.1 to do eo, judgment
Meets lit and Ird "ueedarLegion VETERANS OP WORLD WAR I In Chancery Ceee No. MUM IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF of any or all of aald land. Theo weeka In the TituiVlllt by dol"ul.1 be takiaagalnit
Hall a pm.Woman's IARRACKS lit of the Circuit Court of the Nlnlk BRBVARD COUNTY. FLORIDA ..: It and. when made ahall be \ Star Advocate, a neweneper YU demand
Tltuivllle Ledge No. W2 Judicial Circuit In and for Brevard CHANCERY NO. XM15 eubject to the Trustee reserving of general I circulation In Bre art In Complaint.

Meets lint Wednei. blJry4 Loyal Order Of County, Florida, wherein ED RUTH C. BCHLEir unto IhcmMlvee 75%) of the phoeW4 yard Countrlo.ld.: .. DONI AND ORDERED In '1-
Club of d.y each month, WARD A. OCHER and KAMUBL Plaintiff, that.. minerals .lId metals and DONE AND ORDERED at Tltuevllle Florida this 2 '" dav of

&c % American Lofjlon p.e MOOSEMeeti H. SCHWARTZ. Truetees. are .... of the petroleum thereon or Florida, Ibis SStb flay of October. 1IK4.
Plaintiffs, and PRINCEMKVILLB: Curti. R. It ames ('
ROBERT D. thereunder. Purchaser le required October. 1981. 1..I
Titusville Inc. : Hall with I Cavorad 8CHLEIF.Defendant
Jf' Tuesday S p.m. RKNEARCH: PARK CORI'tR.ATItN to pay for or furnish documentary COURT SEAL) Circuit Court. ...
rAi Dish Luncheon, 1 a New Jersey lorire or "UT tax tampe for the ,Instrument of County. Florida
Meets lit Mon. of Each Month i : p.m. L. I. P.pp.r, 1 Milo North of Mime on U.S. 1 Is Defendant I will TO ROBERT D. BCHLEir conveyance.BY Clerk CURTIS of R.Circuit BARNES Court BY V. .. Spangle

October thru MayPYTHIAN Comdr, Tom Watson Jim Miltble Governor In hlfheet the md bed .co.po..uon'l I residence unknown ORDRR of the Truntaea of the By: V. e. Bmngler' COURT Deputy Clerk
lobby of
YOU ARE: HEREBY NOTlrtEDIlh.1 Internal I Iwnrovemaiit Fund of the Clerka. IIOAI
Ir. Bey ......,. roes, I Qm. Ralph Brokaw, Sac'yMeeti County Courthouse In a null for divorce has been Btata of Florida Deputy A. J. IrAto.
L. MIIRTHAAlIo.n.y .
rh. IU-4IM1 ------ ----- Florida at 12:00: o'clock FARRIS n.y for 11.lntft
filed tho Circuit BRYANT
ROOkl..1 agalnet you
the :Mrd day of ... I : Governor for Plaintiff 1 Megnnlle
1 Tituarlllo Lions Club the following described Court o< the Ninth Judicial Cir.cult AlbeIt cit Ninth Direct O. Box 7"
: W. R. KIDD.
In and for Jlrevird County,
:3rd Wed. Eau Uallle. Florida MerrIll
r- as set forth In said ttummary lalad.
Florida, entitled RUTH C. KCHLKir. EngIneerTrustees Oct 10. Nov. (, SO fFrl.. 8*. ..
13 ) IBM I. li.: Frl. )1W4.
Final Decree, to-wlt: i
7:00: p.m. Thuradayi of each monthI Plaintiff. ".. ROBERT D.KCHLEIF. I. I. Fund 2
SISTERS That part of the following Defendant Chancery Nov. 13, 3V, 27 Pri.) 1M4.)
e Flotilla Restaurant P.M. property Ivlnr Fast of U. ... No. 2WU5. You are hereby required .

Meats Titusville Ind Temple eV 4th 11 South Lake I.\\i Oct.throughM.y Highway U. S. (1 over No.1.,Mont lo-wlt Lot: .. Inaction aaewer to or nerve other. B written copy of defoneeelo your STAR ADVOCATE'S

Tue. of each month Howard Mayea, Jr LaVerno Hardln t*. Townehln :'M floulh. the Complaint filed herein upon IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
at 1 p.m. President Range IT Eaet. which land Is Carl O. 8waneon Attorney for the NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
JoI.... Douglas Fetch M K.C. !{Prei..Ph. AM 7-3514: iswr" more or lose, on IT. .. Plaintiff and to file the origin) AND FOR BREVARD COUNTY

M... Peru Pappy, aTecl'y.Mrs. Qyde Plrtle, Sec'y 'attar S ,.m. Rout No. I, and 1TM'. more thereof In the Office of the Clerkof FLORIDA.IN .
Evelyn Freeman Plaalst .. or less, on Indian( River, aa Indicated the Circuit Court of Breverd CHANCERY: NO. MK30: Crossword Puzzle
bv the 8urvev mad bv County Florida on or before the MtiOTIiAtIp, FUH.ll.III' HI'
North Br.vardBohabtlitailom C. A. RL'CKNER.: Registered Tth dar of Deoemhor A.!., 194. EDWARD: EVERETT FEDERAL
HORSEMAN'S CLUB Center Florida, dated July 10. 1MI. .... Pro Confeeev will be entered IATION. a corporation organlied ACROSS tTlect: Get. 21. Stats
M .) ether with all riparian rlahla, and snieiieg' undue lbs laws of the .
Tvtidivi, No. Wllllami A".. galnnt you for the relief prayedfor 1.100.000: 3.IJlcld of
Meeti Second Mon. Each Month title and Internet of Morltainrappertalnlni lo mid Complaint. U..lled Itaten d. America.
12:10 p.m.WHISPIRINO 7l30: P. M. Arthur Dunn Airport to tha aforedee- DONE: AND ORDERED at TI. Plaintiff India 4.J.able person

O HILLS I Meet 2nd Thuri. every month urlbed D.O........ tutvllle. Florida thle 4th dey ofNovember .... Mountain 5. Aepele kept cj

COUNTRY BILL DUFF, ,,,.. I PUBLIC INVITED Dated this llth CLUB I 1WI4.e Curtis R. Barnei PAUL D. TILI.MAN and MAYBE pl.ocal
Dovle Frl.bee PRANCES Prei.l W. Loo Partaln / / CurtIs R. Barnes CI.ERK Or THE C1RCUT; I. TILLMAN. his wife, and T.Cor fa rl pledge
President I THRCLKELD Seep Sec'y.t Mra. Martha Feulh Clerk Circuit Court COl'RT Brevard County: MIAMI NATIONAl. BAXK. anational $.C.ul! T. F.Un 22. Ntar of

Tom Oru georetarr Phono AM 7.1202 I I Phone, AM 7-3043 Hreverd County. Florida Court Houea Tltuavllla, banking. aaaoclatlon.Defendant. niut Scorpio
___ Bv Mary Joe iTna-er Florlla *, &Drll
-- < 23.
URentuadcrcontnet Bpseioli
BREVARO" Deputy Clerk By: V. I. Bpangler J1"

N. 2111 SHRINI CLUB RHAPIRO, FRIED AND WEIL. ICourt Beal) U.Notv beVerage for .

3rd Thursday 7:30: p.m. Eeoa.Attorneye. Hey 4, IS, 20 It IFrL) I..... NOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN U.Youth. 9. MON rlver Teniurdays Aasu.
TLTTITUIVILLI for Plalntlffa that aader a Decree at Foreclosure U
Monday Nlghti Meets At 40>T Lincoln Road and Bale entered by the Judge of 11 Cleat te one 221. Soapy

YMllt. S. Wsnhlngtou ELKS CLVIChin. Miami Beech Florid 8S1M the Circuit Court of the Ninth IT.Storm 11.BlIak. water 35,
Tol.1 631..11I1 IN THE: CIRCUIT COURT OF Judicial Circuit In and for Brevard U. wIth 26. Swediolt
..., I a'tlock H.II.r LITTLl "' 0". II Irrl.) 1",. THE NINTH JUDICIAL C1R- County, Florida on the 13th Malaya tea name
THEATRE, INC. CUlT OP THE STATE OP rLOR- day of November. 1M4. la a certain boat 1.aaO coin 40. Utile

.. J. Mack, I.R. Prll. let Tuoa. of Me 1:0: II- m. 1Oflfa0.. BIDH IDA. IX AND FOR BBEVARD: cauee between EDWARD 10.Type _m 2*, Snare U. Employ

Runtll BsUhalder, Sec. PrenliDurdonVITIRANS IJHIe Theakr Mill*. et( OrsueAve. ...11Id bide will be received by COl'NTY AND EVERETT: LOAN FEDERAL ASSOCIATION 8AVINO8 measure 1*. Mcxa 32. CanIne U. Mona
the. Board of County CHANCERY NO. 2IOM a n 321. Earth
S.cy. *514120 CommMon-
OTtric eorporatloB orgaalaed and enintineunder LqJr nlckue
or .\|.K
TitucvUle ToaatmaaUra"Meet era of Brevard
) --- County, norMa ORANGE the laws of the feltedfllatoa 37,Speclen 44.
up until l-4ft o'clock A.". November BREVARD PLf MRINO 1.SIHe. Enemy,
OP Tirratitir.Scottish It. 1M4. la the CommlMtonere AND HEATINO COMPANY a of America with Its principal 14.Engross .nLI of pier: .aeout

Wtdrxidtyi FOREIGN WARS Rite Room. Court HOII... In TI. Florida corporation, Btougbton place Btreat of buelneae Dorcheeter at One 15. wholly Ar. arch. 48 JeIbr

) 4:4S: P.M.Chantlclear. !Meeting lad A 41.. luevllle. Florida for ..." or all of Plaintiff Maeeackueelta. Plaintiff. Sad IT.Good with
G' tI Thareaa. 8 P.". Clue P.O. los N2 the following Iteme. .. be ardend MlBmtB .. PAUL D. TILLMAN and MAYBE: I I S

..... aetell.Club .. Floyd C. Brown out during.. needed the flml aad aa reaulrad CORPORATION HOMES and BUILDING C. WILL- L. TILLMAN his wife. and MIAMI 3B. :

Inn Op.n S p.m. Pr... Beptember SO IMS: year ending IAM CONSTRUCTION COM keeking NATIONAL' eeeocUttoa.BANK Defendate. a nettonal .. the ear a 'I .

lob Yaung, Pr... AM 7.$70Rivenriew D.lly John W. Prater of Up ta lo.ooo ft "..I.... alaea PANT belie Ckaacary No.' 250.. 1will 30.relted.oawttketonoe -

70S Magnolia Avt. Secy. concrete aluminum cad NOTICE 1* )tERCB'tGIVtNthnl soil at .III I.. auction to tbehlgkeel lB.3lErae I lb .

P. T. A. Mlloi M. Helllnflfwerth. Comdr. :Meele tiM led...'1'..... metal Road culvert o..rtmntIn., ta meet Out...- I. the ..d......... (pedalMailer bidder IB the for City......of at Titus.villa. tkaCourtkoaea : - 94
Milt Qgartormoatcr tl.... In Chaaeary aureuant to a 11I
Mortonian .. .. .
Tee Brevard print.i
f le I'. I. hOMes final Decreo entered OB Ike ilk Ceunty, Florida at .
.alIens ;
---- C5oan'
tit day of October. null tka hour of 11 A M, an the JTtkNovember. i ;
Meat at IlvsiylswSchoul an rsqsir.4) 01 BC-I. SIC.I 144. will OB I
RC t the lltk day of November, 1M4.at 1M4. that eertaia Bareel 't "
lit Mon. Itch TITUSVILLE BMK-I and aMES of real.
tha hour of property deecrtbed aafollOWl 0
Ci 1nr Aepbalt 11:\0 o'clock A.M. SCPoll.aitrailer
Month, 7)0:: p.m. RIFLE & PISTOL CLUB THwivllle Chapter I'. la too bags of Cement at the Bail front Door of the : 11 U //. 15

F1I delivery tn be mada to County Court Move In Tlluevllle. CatnIp Lot tt. Blnrk 1 FLAMINGO 2 .
Earl Snyder M.... THI NATIONAL nielrlcl when .." etagle or of S.."...., Htite >f Florida ta HOMES BUBDIVIBION. MRoeaiajiMeiMlM -
/t1tfrt1k SECRETARIES der eaceerii M ...... Ike klgkeet and beet bidder, forcaea Z1 t.
PrtildantMaMke let and :3rd Wodnoodaya .-rc3-. Bridge Timber and Lumber. I la lawful ...... of the 1'.. ItonA'Book 18.,Pan aa recorded en. Puklla la Ree-Plat .. - _:f _
ASS'N. (Inn) ...rlo... lied Btalea of r
7iN: p.m. dlmeneloaal( tangthe.uantlty America, the fat- arde of Brevard County, Flor "
Clvlt.n Club Leak Monday at Eaoa atontk .. rtautred bv tka lowing dwrlbod real eataia loeated Ida L } r4 .

Mon. 1:1S Chambor .. Commorco rrl4a. Carter, m*. A.II110I County. IB Brevard Ceunty, Florlila wee n
: ALL MATBRIALB TO BB 1..11: Togetker with: R..... oven 43. : H V/i0
RlverylewRestaursot LADIIS AUXILART DELIVERED: TO DISTRICT Lola' Sa. M a.. 14. Block C -..._ .... heat puma: BermaaeaUy 0 0
Greater Titusville OrriCEK IX ORDER. HIGHLAND KBTATBt. aa- laetalled. E )t 41
ihnelc.lee.dfinii. tithe Tke Board reeervea Ike right cording ta the plat thereof recorded 11 Curtis R. James 47. 4
Kiwanis Club $ VOLUNTEERPIRI to reject nay and all hide IB Plat Book. IX. Pig Clerk of Ctmlt Court &.OoTCaatha -
.....1...... All blda to be marked. OB e.l- 21. Public Reeorela .f Brovard By Marr Je. 1'._ > eth16do ., .
n0 lUll V.lilinme MeeU Monday DEPT. at envelepe.--lild for _" County, Flortea, Deputy ClerkICOLI
lOa: H. WICKHAM. /e/ H...... L Lovell Jr. - -
Y.Pnc.. ? BEAU
1:30 P.M.WhisperIng
Meete at ISO Ire ull 41
Bebeet CHAIRMAN Harold I. Levell. Jr. e.$omeo .
.. HIlL left Tnare4ar evevj ...,.. BOARD orItlMMIMIIONKHlt.COUNTY OEORGB: T. KELLY. IU WladennedM. Halnoa Ward aXArMOOWrt

-e wJaaMia Country Dull 1300 r.M. AI tenter fur Plaintiff lie Park A..._. eVutlbM oI
,..*..*.. "..... John Nt'lmm I'rcs. Preel... Mra. P.... BletteeTreaearer HKKVAMI. l'UI'NTY. K ii. it.B tasroroa later Path riorMaAttoraeya :
11 Mini mark FLORIDA. neack. Florida for ptalntlftov

iii.". 5. U 55$.) 1.... I Oct :a. M lie,, B> U Ifrl) ..-. .., U 4Frt) 14 B .



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Frld.y, November 19, JH4 ,,", ''', (FbrMe). StarWUveeate pate 1St

ilJon't Fumble Your Chance.. Score With A 'S-A Classified ) BEST TODAY'S BUYS


Boats For Sale Rent For SaltREPOSSESSED Help Wanted Help Wanted LAKEVIEW HILLS
ton DKADLINM r.bllc.tto.- I,.m. wsd.Da -t For I I Plumbing Supply

Fri 11 A.M..to r. MOB.rnblteatloB MALI HILF WANTED Brand new homes availablewith

WANT AD IUTK0a 14 h.p.FT.Evtnrude HOMEMADE motor tilt boat traUCf. 35- HOUSIS FOR liNT SPINE FIMAll HUP WANTED FOOD STOREROOM clerk SEPTIC TANKSOf waterfront 3 privileges.Large ,
eaata Mr ward Save over $300 on this piano. I experience pre bedroom I bath
Minimum Chart aOe Take up payments. *. Saatoa, 3871M1. per-cast concrete, steel reinforced eacleeed garage. Central
ALL CLAIItriEO ADS 1 BEDROOM, BATH furnished KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC. CLERKSTENO; II: Public 630 to heat and air conditioning
AIRBOAT with U bp. Franklin 1000 gallon
Works Department. Must have Priced at $1S,500 wW $300
Aircraft 619 Mt Sterling IRC. 167-4833. 1126 W. Tropic M7-63I3 Grease trope Installed tank
Exeapt EatabUakat AooouBlaClaa Engine 367-W1. ,
knowledge of down VAno
and short (
typing Lost and cleaned down) low
tfla4 pumped ,
> Dlaplar Ray
Arallabla en Kaauaat It FOOT INBOARD Chris Craft COMFORTABLE S BEDROOM hand. Must be able to meet fields retald. Pittman Septic monthly payments. Drive

Tka Bi''-Adveeatt' """.. boat with trailer. For sale a* house in Indian River City GUNS the public. Excellent working VICINITY RIVKRV1EW School Tanks, Inc.. 267-4421 P. 0 out Carpenter Road to
tka rlYlI... of ravlalBar. a raJaotlna 1*. $300. 133 Park Line, phone Completely furnished pies*. 730 South Dixie conditions. Beginning salary drab olive purse. Contains Box 2016 Tltusville. Lakeview Hula and ....

ll; It say dame obtactloaaala.d".U..twlll MT-6044 after I p.m. ant neighborhood fence $282 per month child' glasses, pink and lavender 137-H mU el U. 1 No. J

std t. ebaan tha elaaalflcatlmt yard. Cloj to new NASA Old U. S. 1 BEAUTICIAN' WANTED, full framed Reward Phone frontage Included la W-
aay aavarUaamaBt (ram that & Const. Causeway. $150 month. Call Mrs. Pltrey 287-4873. Real Estate
.rd>... to MBform to lbs ,... Building 267-7717 after S p.m. Indian River City or part time. Raymond'sBeauty II with. IW9 PIt
Icy .( Ule M.*r. Lounge 2113116.EXC1TEMENT BLACK AND white cat, collar STORY RESORT Bert suitable terms
'I'll. lar.A4yonl. will not FOR GOOD custom built esbineta cottage on and reI......
FURNISHED I BEDROOM, with bell black nose. Whlaporing
Lake Harney a very wide
110 mpoMlbl Car mon thana counters and Formica
lacomet Innrtle nor will work call 2814143.NIDY River City area $IS I REPOSSESSED GE .000 BTU NOW FORMING youth elates, Hills Rd. section Call part of the SL John Riververy 1T1-10 acres located I miles
U be liable. for any error U4v month. 317.5828.FURNISHED casement window air condl drama, personality l develop. 367.1633 alter 1 weekday, aU livable excellent condition north of Mimi and Welt of
..,-r :*III tbs nt*coal to .of prosier tb* loses so.I. CONSTRUCTION, residential -1 bedroom- -duplexin tioner. Excellent condition. 1 men), clothes, and photogr day Sat and Sun beautiful view and Plantation Estate Kigti

.couplMl. br the IU.. IB the *, commercial and remodeling. IRe available November $125. $10 down $2 weekly. Use phic modeling. A u d r e a' a good investment at $10,600, land wivn tre... MOO pet
dvertlMmaat.All 12 yean la Titusville. 267-39M. our easy payment plan. Good School of Modeling 267-4414 LOSTCALICO 25% cash. T. W. Stern Broker acre.
Oiparuitatai Licensed and bonded. 22. ", Store 315 S.
Hopkins PERSIAN CAT very Sanford 322-2481 (or appointment
alto Dial Hopklni MT. m Ave. Phone AM 7.2326.Business } BEDROOM, partially furnish Avenue Tltusville WANTED FULL time home large named Dinah. Reward 183-Good buy 20 acres Jut

Office Horn $top: t* 1:30 ed, $130 monthly, call 367- 367.4013.USED keeper. Must hsve own trans. Phone 267-0341 outside city UmlU. Very
.Add...., or ACRIAOI FOR SAL high )land.
:Jtilllns Drawn A PropertyNEW 6273. portation. 267-1883 after 6 rolUnf $1500 per
U CU. FT. Marquette
TltiMvllla. 31s. acre with 38% down.
IRC 2 BEDROOM built-in refrigerator, good condition, MobilHomes EXTRA SPECIAL owner U
SMYRNA oceanfront 463. range air conditioning, drapes cad :st."" after S p.m.FURNITURE WAITRESS WANTED. Call sacrificing 21 waterfront lots 198--Mugs building lot, m s

x 523', 77500. Term. Harris Mr*. Cornell 267-7021 Saturday after 11 a.m. 267-2475 TRAILIR FOR PINT on chain of lake In Osteen 130. Good locatioo. trees,
Special Notice Realty Inc., 267-04U. Broker Sunday, Tuesday and FOR ails, chest are*. Will not divide. $13,600 BO city taiei. $830 Cain
of drawers breakfast set, end WANTED HAIRDRESSER 2 BEDROOM trailer
cooperate. take all cash or short terms.
Thursday. tables, desk, bed, box spring guaranteed and commission 6 acres of land. Whispering I:: T. W. Hero, broker, Sanford WO-ChoIc building $Iota I'

i Telephone. . Camping Hunting S BEDROOM 2 bath swimming and mattress 26T-9034. Call Thelma Locke at 267-6565. Hills, $20 weekly, caU 267 322.2481 for appointment vallable la teveral choir
Day 7743. Jon UOII.. Select your M
pool unfurnished $140
Night 2671399ALCOHOLICS 16' TRAVEL TRAILER. Excellent monthly, 207-3267. Z e k e 1 REPOSSESSED MOTOROLA. CHECKOUT CASHIER age 21 162 n. by 400 ft. river to highway and hive i home built tron
transistor flu Cor.valr.
ear radio 35 cashier I BEDROOM trailer Oakwood
ANONYMOUS $W 267. Evan. experience re- clone In. Excellent buy your piau.noTwo .
If you want to drink that' your 4515. cidiUoll. Push button control quired. Apply In person to Trailer Park. 267-9765. Edward Realty, 11 BaldwinShopping I
business. If you want to top $43$10; down $1.25 weekly Mr. Stanger, Eckerd Drug. Center Phone: 267. lots toned K-S. M
drinking that' our business.Animals CAMPER. REASONABLE. See OFFICI FOR RINT Use our easy pay plan. Goodyear Pirtle Plaza Shopping Cea 1 BEDROOM TRAILER on 3H04 Evenings and Week. ft. x 100 ft. each. $3000
.t second house north of Service Store $15 S. Hop. ter. large lot Alr-condltloner. TV. ends 267-2321. with 10'dowD..
Una Avenue TitusvUl, 267. Christmas Park. Orlando,
Kelly'. Block plant Mlms. NEW BUILDING office space Ut-r.O x US building. lot
I 3011. CURB GIRL over 21. rhone 2545 after 1 p.m. HOUll FOR IALI
U.S. 1 So. Tltusville, 8,900
267-W30. 12200 Cam or with tome
I THOROUGHBRED BLACK toy, Child Car. sq. ft 267-2M9. I X 10 OVAL BRAIDED rug. TRAILER 50 x 10, one bedroom INDIAN RIVER CITY. 1010 Milton terms
sofa bed, maple lounge chair, COOK WILL trsln. Horn,'. alrcondltlonlng. call
French poodle at stud. 801 location call I Street, 1 bedroom :3 bath
Orange Street 267-3400. EIDDIE KEEPERS, fenced OnmU.SS., prime I bamboo blinds, I odd tables Restaurant 4 miles north of 267-6209 or Eau Gallie 254- central heat and air conditioning. I33A-MalftOU Street frontage .

yard 2679570.BABYSITTING. Call after S p.m. 267-4276. Mlms. Apply In person Built-in stove and oven priced under 160 per

[ S hunting HORSES bor.; ONE.. 267-9304.is excellent HOUR, day or ROOMS FOR !tiNT 1 USED EMERSON 17" portable DESIGN ESPECIALLY FOR 8949.ii Liii "R iLi KM monthly equity sale, call front fool549U.

week experienced, Indian TV $65 $10 down $2 week MATURE CHARM 26762X9. S. No. 1 rXONTAOC

Boats For Sale River City 2677258. ly. Use our easy pay plan.Goodyear BECOME CONFIDENT polled. LIVE RENT NO QUALlfYiNb.: *: b.droo--; 200 ft. just north of MlmiMl .
BACHELOR ROOM, kitchen, private Service tore. 313 Live Interestingly Learn theraces ft deep Good high lead
CHILD CARE by hour, day, or full home privlllge Call kina Ave. TitusvUl, of the perfect hostess. 2 hath screened In parch Attractively priced at IU..
NEW 65 MODELS week. Indian River Heights. after ( p.m. 2674818. 357.301.FIREPLACE. Hair and $300() down assume morlage.Forest 000.
267-5766. Make-up care FREE! Hills.! 267 MM.

14 FT. MFG Boston Whaler type TV AND maid service. 927 S. WOOD oak and sign. Figure control. Voice I 175-For the imall specula

bull foam floatation S double ELDERLY WOMAN desire Washington Avenue. pin. Call 267.0533.WESTINGHOUSE Improvement Personality I devefopment : $10 down payment and $30 a 1 BEDROOM additional\ cement block tor. U. S. No. l n R. Iroat
teats and side pocket $339 babysitting in own home. $2 Wardrobe coordlnation. month will buy your own full house; rooms can ace by 135 ft deep. $1530
with steering console $351 per day, per week. Exper.Ienced PRIVATE ENTRANCE and REFRIGERATOR Visual poise. Art acre mobile borne lot at beautiful be added; large lot only 31 Cash:
excellent reference. bath quiet 1 or 2 men, $10 used $75; automatic of Conversation. Audrea's Lake Louis Estate minute to Cape. Very low
14 FT. LONESTAR bucket seat K7-0288. weekly. Phone 267-2000. washer slightly used $90 2676199 School of Modeling 267-4484. Become your own landlord. price to interested party. Tin. IlO-A proximately 400 It VS. ,

windshield and steering, foam 302 Msntor. Don't tear up rent receipt each low, Lenore Avenue, Titusvllle No. 1 frontage la Pill-
floatation complete ... $3M For Rent ROOM FOR rent with kitchen MALI HgLF WANTID month. Many families now reside phone 267-1481. wood. Choice ihe for fill
27-0610) before 5
privileges ONE HAMMARLUND C B23 ln| station Priced low at
In our beautiful trailer community air
DUCK HUNTERS MAC'S CAPE KENNEDY after 5. Z87.1II6 transceiver, with extra let of visit foryouraeli 4 LARGE: bedrooms, forced 171 per foot n* dowm.WO .
DELIGHT EQUIPMENT tubes, one I element beam HANDYMAN TO do yard work ::IIDdJ: all GE equipment FICA $tl,'
I BEDROOM, utilities maid the .
700. $110O down.
267 bedroom
I bath
J304. Thm
antenna, C D R rotor and some painting parttimee -
83 10 ft ORLANDO CLIPPER Sale. Rentals Repair service reasonable. 2674103. one mobile home park. ..
retiree South Wind Motel home for $l3, oo, $4M down
Aluminum duck boat with 7Vi Construction EquipmentHand complete, one Mitt rooftop 14 mile tilt of Orlando on LUXURY HOMESIn
2672294.! and low aymeny.Has .
ToolsU ROOMS WITH bath TV air antenna. Call Wesslnger 267
H.P. (40 pounds) outboard Rout 50 Phone 568-2761 heat air
. .. . .. $14905 E. Merritt Is. Causeway conditioned for Mill workers 5052 Tltusville, after I o'clock ELECTRIC GUITAR player, MOBILE: ROME OWNERS beautiful conditional central Built and la elee
Whispering Hills
Day 638-8340-Night 636-0160 $30 weekly, double; $25 single. p.m. I
Call Kenneth GA I 2201 Edge LAKE: LOUISE ESTATES:
ROGERS OUTBOARD Merle available Phone 267. located conveniently at the trio range and oveo. Available -
FOR RENT 9742 Mlla Motel Rto. south 1 REPOSSESSED GE refrlge water. OR CHRISTMAS PARK north end of Greenwood st. for Immediate occti
1103 St 247-6414 of new causeway. rator 12 cu. ft. yellow, left Route No. 80 Christmas, Fla. i Just off State road 405, panry.110Large.
Floor Sanders Polisher hand door. S year warranty. WE NEED I Phone: 868.3011TRAIIIR : I Bedroom with panneled 4th .
IN Till CIRCUIT COURT or Phone AM 7-3255 $12.50 PER PERSON.per week. excellent condition.I Now bedroom which can be used asa new home forest
CURT THB NINTH IN AND JUDICIAL FOR TOSS CIR Factory Paint Outlet Rocket Motel Mimi Phone. IUI.ts, was $165. Take up 2 men for new department to LOTS FOR RINT den or for business Fireplace Hill. few
$10 down week start work Immediately Op wall homes available In this ex
ICOUNTT or SRKVARD. TATB 267-3097. payment. $3 to wall carpets,
f OF FLORIDAIN Baldwin Shopping Center I I ly. Free Delivery Goodyear po $eo k, presence LARGE TRAILER lot. Patio Florida room Fully equip elusive area. Has Mtplace
CHANCERY NO. Will SLEEPING ROOMS and ef. Service Store, 115 S. Hopkins of fro wife twill be helpful Christmas Park Orlando .d kitchen with dishwasher C.DtllIIa.lt and air
TOSS MANHATTAN CAVINC APARTMINTS FOR RINT ficlenclei for rent goi Orange at Interview. Auto M1-13U after I p.m. 3 bedrooms and I bathe
BANK a New Tark ..,.....u..., Tltusville. 2673013. disposal built In. ring *
... rlal./IK, 2 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED.Not St 2674400.AIR PINK GRAPEFRUIT bu. Apply Howsrd Johnson's Motel TRAIL.] ton POR SAL oven kitchen nook and dinning ISO-MOVE: RIGHT IN. Owner -
$250 ask for Mr. rancher, room central air & oil
rRANCBt suitable for small chiMren. MOTEL wishes a quick sale
MelVBR. elaslswoos.
a. "" bo.
$3.50 South Lake.
"* 267-2533. room. Reasonable. Call M7 267-3908.orange Friday, Nov. 13, 8 p.m. only: LOT 75 s 110, all utilities on heat. Insulated celling end Beautifully carpeted living

OafaadaaA.eticaii's 4103. TV SERVICE bench man to lot very reasonable. AM '. wsllf Incloiril 2 car garage room sod dining area,
KOTK-K nr HAI.II UNFURNISHED APARTMENT OLD NEWSPAPERS suitable work on commission full or 8M7 after 1PM.TRAILIR and utility formic kite h.,. I bedrooms .
I that aunuant ,. t ka Flea Doom range. Pool. MasonDixieApartments. In packing and moving furniture part time. No limit to amountof 1FAC1I FOR PINT :boo.. from brick veneer, stucco with big closeU. ft Mi
|*>f Faraeloiura and *.!. entered Phone 267.2112or wrapping fish, protecting work. Call 267-2741 for Interview or precut stone conilruct- ceramic tile Baths. Good
Sin Ika eauaa pendant la the Circuit NEW STORE building for floors and furniture when fishing In bark yard.
appointment or come CORNER LOTutility 12 x 20,
(court la and for BravaM 267 5711 or business. 15x10 ft. wits
painting, lot. full price I1I.MO
etc bundle We. Ion.PRICED
A ,
Inorlda. Casa Voakat Na. H1S. I Heated and eirconditiooed. dept In person. Hsrtmsn Radio $30 monthly plus uliU.a-1st FROM
[will Mil at public anetlaa to the GIRL TO SHARE apartmentwith Phone 267-6160. Circulation at Star- TV, 1300 South Street and last months rent NE: 20255 monthly payment of ITT.
boot and kli-hait. Advocate rear of building. --- -
bIdder fee east
single girl teacher. after I been weekdays .
I btwa.a tile boura .f .1.... REALTY COMPANY p.lft. HO-rOREST HILL Large
J o'clock la the ro..._ and two Modern, completely 'furnish FOR RENT or lease, store TABLE MODEL Silvertone TV. after I all day Saturday $21,900 preowned home, 1 year old.
I'Block la tka afternoon en tka SOtk ed. 1 room, private bath, apace 20 i SO ft., or suitable 21 Inch with metal stand, $35. offers an excellent and Sunday, 1 mile n. Many extras Included lathe
1 day .( Navarabw A D. 1M4. at the all utilities included. $62.50 for office. Located Magnolia career opportunity for licensed of Coco. Call Mr. Ben M
front does of t... Sovard County Can be seen after ( p.m. at Real Estate SalesmenIn price of 121,900. Skew.
; CourtkouM la Tltuavllla, Florida, 267-3157. Plata $125 monthly, 2671928.WARIHOU5I 133 Park Lane. their Mtn 267-9494 by appointment
tho ollowlac described real new Tltuivllle office.A LARGE 4* x 100 children
Front .
....,. 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT 2 FOR PINT I ZIGZAG Re bard bitting sales program section.I New Frontier Park. M .IAAO down will anew ye*
block from grocery store and MOIlf plus excellent training with aprofessional "7.o13J. (Continued on next page)
Lot M. Block 1. MAGNOLIA WAREHOUSE suitable for Model Swing Into the brand saw 4 bedroom -
PARK : downtown business district Realtor organization --------- --
RXrLAT aoMrdln to Needle Dlal-0-Matte Like I bath home. CJeee
plat tbano( rooordad la Adult only Inquire after I garage er itorire. In offers an unusual
:center: f Make to churches schools awl
New Hundred ,
Plat Book ..... of town See H. H. of
sass 44: .m. 409 Julia St. or cill 2173437. future for qualified sslesmen.Plesse .
koine a replat.1 part af M.nolla ..> p Hudson at StarAdvocate.WAREHOUSES Fancy Stitches Makes Auto- ROCK GARDEN NURSERY I shopping. Central beat *M
Park, .. akowa la Plat matte Buttonholes, Sews on cell Harry D. Nelll electric built.la range and
Book (. ..... it. Pwblla R_ Cocoa 6363131. for Interview.
Buttons BUnd Priced at $l jat
et BravaM
County Thor.Curtis ---- -- --- -
Ida. close in, efficiencies weekly construction. Aay ails up to trams Embroiders Dtrnt, WANTED AT once first class 3215 OLD DIXII HIGHWAY Itf-IMf with FHA Monthly terms.HO .

monthly rate, air condition 30,000 square feet lease 2T70964. Pitches, Etc. Assume Re- cabinet maker, 1002 Tropic Between Mlms and TltusvilleH
K. BarnoaClark New homes a. law M
Industrial or commercial miming g Payments of $750. mile north of LaGrange Cemetery
of lha Clrault Cevrt d. 417 Julia Street Street. .
$ By Mary loa v.....rD.o.t space available. Pb Credit Mgr. AM T1411 fill
Clark DUfLIX FOR RENT I MEN Get Aquainted Sale thly, These existing borne
FURNITURE DISCOUNT inclined. have many extras, wa .1
Married mechanicatlr
'IfIAL!: OJ' THE: CIRCUIT .BEDROOM CARPORT air For Sale SALES. Mattresses offered at Sales h central heating and air *..>
COURT aptitude
inawart L. Ayara conditioned. Kitchen furnish warehouse price See u* today unity $90 per : kulioOt''J' t Acres, Full ef Plsnfi, Tree A Shrubs, I: dlUonlng. dishwasher ta4

P. O. Sell SOJKa ed. $100 month 1015 English 2111 Garden St Nidy Call 267-7MH, ask for Mr disposal: Largo I bedroomand
Oallla. Fla Street PIIILCO 40" ELECTRIC stove, Shopping Center MANY ITEMS GOING BELOW COST I bata. Priced from
Nor. 1* FrL) ..... 267-1731 or Fancber 110 a.m., Saturday, i
very clean. 2(7-7258. 267-l2. November 14. only. $li,210 up.
HOUSIS FOR RENT Llguatrum from | .40 XT*A SPECIAL I
10 CU FT. Phllco refrigerator BARGAIN HOUSE 921: -Need a comMiatie
TOSS IN THe NINTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT or- 120 GRIFFIN AVE. bedroom, excellent condition. $M. 2676083. New and Used Furniture and LICENSED person REAEstatesales to let oa FHA Viburnum from f .40 FIAT MOSS ffte3U I I borne and business prop

IN AND FOR BRKVARD 1 bath $90. 267-1376. appliance. We buy, trade andse1L VA subdivision. Homes now Azaleas. . from I .SO full ttj. rtyT If so, we hive a*
COUNTY FLORIDA Refrigerator $25 and: Camelliafrom 2.00 excellent buy for you. Coed
bedroom ready for occupancy For Interview
CHANCBRT NO. Onto IN THE Ibaths GIBSON REFRIGERATOR GI: comfortable home and twe
up. guaranteed, 2510 Hopkins
NOTirK Of SUIT call 2 7 M40. Juniperall
THOMAS} ROAN large double carport, range, baby crib and other Ave. Phone 267-4705. Open cepsrite bull PlalBtlrrOEORGIA big utility room central heat baby things 2671690. Friday night until .. WE NEED MEN types from 11.00 WE NOW HAVECOMPLETE could be used for TV shop. ,

LXxTROAN.: : and air conditioning. Over PHILCO TV aad stead 21" CAN BE FINANCED ., Opportunity $1K weekly, while Podocarpu from S .35 LINE etc Shown afternoon *jf.
rxfiadtal one acre land landscaped. learning. Start Immediatelyneat set 1:00: sad evening.
Tot OBOROIA LBB ROAN $125 month first and last screen $40 or make offer; 4400 x 16 PLY TIRES like new, permanent, and mar
R. D. N. I month. Opportunity, Option Ambassador fan 24", $20 or $60, Rodger Cutter, 2674434. Fait advancement for ARMOURFERTILIZER IW-N..II bedroom home M
LI..III.. F.asylvaalaTee to buy. 2672344. make offer. ABC Trailer Ned PALMS 50'ro'25 well landscaped shaded .....
Mart U. S. 1, north el over- SEWING repair, all right men. Sales experience I .
are heist .. that a Quiet neighborhood walking '
Complaint for DI...... kaa b>aa 1 BEDROOM 2 bath house, pas*. 267.9311. make Phone 267-9201.:! helpful See Mr. rancher at elltyeee dlstince tAt Parkway
flied ...1... pee In IM Court Hal.d fenced yard, excellent neighborhood S Howard Johnson's Motel. Fri Junior High School and.
above and tie abbrovlalad tltlaf GAS HEATERS automatic Nov. 14, HO a.m. only
I day
some furniture tf desired WI RIWOIK OLD RUNDOWN US '
.. SEE shopping center, Reduced
Ito la '
aot forth
raaa aa .I.- I
Vented OlIO lW ,. Help Wanted
... .. ... one lets required. controls YARD COM'LITI
pie ara kanby ra- year Diuv-EiYir! i work, LANDPee My Of VewfFertiliser to for a eulcker sale
each tot $10 each
1 lra4 1 to atrva a eoay of yo rniwor 3674Z75. $140 monthly $1250 er 'k'lIl1'C. 11-13.: SCAFI SIRVICI. and well worth It
drivers *
or Ptaodlnr to the Com double bed box spring! imsttrees COOK FOR HALL'S Steak Neeetal

daada plalat on Peeper the Plalntirra Walkar A. .It..r.P.a......,. THREE BEDROOM oe* bath. hesdbosrds $23. House-I p.m.-9:10 p.m.. Morn Robert Grower Supply Fill IITIMATISARE E Trailer and private lot

1US Byrd Plaa. Coava. Florida, Urge house and grounds. Unfurnishedno All good condition. 901 Oriog day thru Thursday) 1 p.m.. COOK;EXPERIENCED, open- $1300. win consider term.
and fill the annual Aaawar or Store or refrigerator St 26(-3/06. 12 ., Friday and Saturday Sands
PI.....* la the affloa ., the Clark .till monthly. Bessie Llo" mg. apply to person, FOR
Baby titter RENT
a 111 Washington
ef Clnatt Capri aot later than sectional Restaurant
till 14tk day .( >>-....... I..*.. Cabella 2671641UNFURNISHED 4 PIECE modem. am., I:M a.m." ,.... 267 Avenue.
If you fall la do ao. a Donna Pro living! room edit* Good coav 261 or 287 Tww. I7S-U S. Ne. L Conner
C...,.,.* will fca lakaa M..lnK pie I BEDROOM diton. $65. 267-7231 clal building for real. Large
Co".I.LCCQUAf for Ika rallaf oaiaadad IB the built In range and drapes. YOU frontage. Building I is M s
"AUCV.TII $115 monthly Call 267-1739 FREEZER FOR sal.11 cu. ft '7. Will real for SIN per

Amana, like new, ns4 2 '"OAKWOODMobile TODAY LOOKING FOR A month or .lease with optieo
M. BARNC p.m.ENVELOPE y *r*. H7-W. to buy,
Clark af Circuit Cowt
Business Six**,
.. ........
for mailing. Full stock at

Nee U. SO.Dtooty n DM.Clara t <......) ,.... Star-Advocate. Gregory Studio. 271766.I Home Subdivision NEW HOME?

I WANTED t! Featuring: '(' ] e

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LARGE 1S' z 110' LARGE POOL ,.






EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY REACH OAKWOOD: From Titutvillc go north 3 Different Model To Chooe FromIMMEDIATE AM 7-3833

on U. S. 1 to J. tM. Continue north on U. S. 1 for OCCUPANCYQUALITY I Open 1', MOD thru Sat
one more: mil to our entrance on right For free I or by sppelntment

information Call 287-U86. BUILT BY (24 Hr, TeL Au. Service)



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I Your Best Real Estate Buys Are In TitusvilleContinued I


( from preceding page) Real Estate RM! Estate Read The Ads And Profit. I USA 1 IMMEDIATELY MOVE IN !

Real Estate
a HOUSES FOR W.9 HOUSIS 'SALE BUILDERS LET L S Bedroom, 2 bath, Florida
HOUSeS FOR SAL II room, central heat and air.
3 BEDROOM HOUSE, corner NEW GARDENDALE 3 bedroom I BUILD YOUR and lot Total price
Acre %
WHISPERING LAKES area, 3 lot, near Coquina SchooL 2 bath, central heat. MODELS OPEN DAILY WANTED HOMEIN $13,900. Terms . .
air conditioning, built- In
bedroom, 2 bath alrconditlonrd 11500. 267.3999. 2. Two FHA homes now under
close to shopping schools, range, dishwasher, double car I "FOREST HILLSESTATES" BEAUTIFUL construction In Port St
NASA Causeway. $700 down all NOW of Lakefront SELLING Estates In last located section landscaped garage, Large corner beautifully lot, patio, 1 P. M.. till 6 P. M. FOREST HILLS John $15,000.00 each
per just beyond Whispering! Hills fenced in backyard, offeredby Model Can Be
267-3780. Country Club State Road 405. owner, 2(7-7292. 3 and 4 bedrooonu, 2 baths. Ready to move into for JUST A FEW LOTS call today Completely different homes
I BEDROOM 1 bath, fenced Beautiful 3 bedroom, IV* bath as little as $450.00 down Priced $15,000.00 to LEFTI! from present builders in
back $68 month 2677084. conventional-FIIA Low down I MILES north of Oak Hill, 3 HAWKINSCONSTRUCTION area.
yard. $17,300.00.Dales CHAS. JANNARONE Several lots available, we
payment. Call 267.2711. bedroom, ilk bath, furnished S.
double garage, boathouse THusvflle Shopping Center CO. will build to suit your home
dock and aea wall. Addition -Out Garden St. to Singleton Ave., AM: 7-3441 267.2061 needs. Call Today.

FrLUXURIOUS I Phone, for appointment 267- then North on Singleton to Open House signs. COLEMAN CONST.co..
2326. 267-2039

a CUSTOM4ESIGN8 34 BEDROOM > (Continued OB next page) JOHNNY A. MOLES


VET ONLY MINUTESTO SOME Phone 267-6327 Day or Night



I BUYS 2 BATH Bedrooms, 1 bath home

with Built in Kitchen, ter.
ROYAL COLONIAL HOMESLarge razzo floors, Carporte ,and
v ; 7 Indian River City Utillty room. Oil heat and
I GARDEN APARTMENTS Bedrooms air conditioned Lot W x US
3 BEDROOM 2 bath with only with an abundance of shrubs.

$300 down and payment "Welcome Family Reoml JUST t Appraised value $14.100,00.Selllnil .
of $00 per month. No qua to Gracious Living"Located price only $12,100.00with
.NotwmPybooirtiMOil .. lifying. Move In today $100 1 very good terms

_k,.,...,..110Mwtth one mile north of highway 50, west of U. S. No. Central Air Cendltlonlno .. per month "
eorpetecI 3 BEDROOM 1V4 bath In like 1, with river privileges convenient to everything, ; and Heat Includes JOHNNY A. MOLES'1240T
I new condition, fenced ;yard, equal distance to either causeway, yet with an atmosphere
Hoot.OIyWa.i&Soua principal
pump & well, city water, of a country estate. Luxuriously finished, wall to and Interest S. Hopkins Ave.,
Beautifully landscaped lot. wall carpeting, each apartment different with Its own FHA FINANCING u Fla.
.PlortwwiWaJUfrom Payments only $90 per mo. personality individual utility and storage room, 12 Phone 2676727
cubic feet automatic defrosting 2 door refrigerator I Evenings 267-7159
OPEN 10-S DAILY central TV system .costs no more and less than others
$13,950 UNTIL SOLD Its equal Spaciously landscaped private grounds COLEMAN BROS.
and many other inviting features Available December
$75 6 BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom 2 1st.
I /O. bath home with swimming NOW RENTING "Off Old Dixie Highway"
pool and fenced yard for LOOK for the Sign
VANOTHINGDOWNFHA$500DOWN real Florida living Very

close thing.In, convenient Payments to only every W. J. SMITH, Realtor PHONE 267-3511 I 267-8543 GeorgeBarley

(N.C1o.1a C..u, $120 per month.
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Arthur S. Griffith


2674628 or 267-5224


Indian River Height,.
REALESTATE 1550 Locke Street Immaculate ..
Cozy, 2 Bedroom -
NEW HOMES | 1M baths, built.In .

t modem development to range and oven.
Screened large
the oreal Moil luxury art the Driest porch
FOR BITTER Moionry,with brick fronts e big .land b ala lot. Better hurry, only
seeped yard Colonial aluminum HOMES [$82 per month after
LIVING windows a Hie !barbs with full color |down payment
fixturot tarraue floor e ipadouscloiois H103 Indian River Heights-
S with lowered doors e double Very attractive 2 bedroom RENTALS
sliding glow! door overlooking yard home, IV* baths, screened SEVERAL Excellent
J AND 41RL bulIMn TV jacks HI r*window sllliMtillly porch, built-in and furnished and unfurnished '
1,1W, 254 BATH room e 40-aalion water "heatore oven, nicely rIca: ( homes for rent in
CENTRAL NEAT e concrete eVNowayi' This Titusvllle
fenced rear yard
and MOREl home has hid only one 2 Fully air conditioned
owner; and is in immaculate &: central heated 3 bedroom
$11,500-$14,050 Q ? B teaurIfulkncneM.lul1r4nTappan condition. $10,500 with IVt bath apts. En.
nohriyWcW' 00 range wlih' hood........,Pouble ,I $600 down low monthly payments closed garage, close to f",'!
ttrssmNSOts. sinks, Formica eablnetil' on balance shopping fc school $135 I
H120 S Bedroom 2 full baths
--. -Large corner lot 97' x 130' JO S.
0 N.FROM MONTHLY nicely) landscaped, 2 ear !
$80 Carport This home I* in or"UhlDltoni
Including pdacI .. klwost, tuna. Whispering Lakes end close
SII THEM NOW IMuronce, ho,," sad let to schools and shopping purchase in
Priced very reasonably at
$11500 and $10 monthlypays '
aU. Call !now to see r'
H128 3 Bedrooms 2 baths- ,
New home in Whispering
Lakes, central heat and air ;
Full and
N, SINGLITON AVE., TITUSVILIE, FLA. PH 2674146e conditioning, built.In range entitles you to Complete
and oven, terrazzo floorl.carport. ,

down, $13,700.. VA no money in )Ji4
..__' ... '- \
H124 $600 down $9,800 full
price Good 2 bedroom 1 -- JESS W. CHILDRE
year old home, built-in Lakeview Hills
and screened pE YIL.a .
range .u.n.
porch nice: carport
In 1041110;;{ River City a good Beach Club f
value. We have the Key, ( .
call for an appointment to

H532 Inspect.Truly a good buy at .1 PE rwale I. ,

Nos ssssllusfessss. 1 ". s.tlssstw. N... $10,000 is this CBS 3 bedroom 0 \
IICIIPOIlq. Ural,mitt/tlnbh" 1 bath home. Situated
and mitt moton ipirtmoot ktMI*|k) close to shopping. Built.in J); Marina and Club House
Hit Ness MOM .._c.,.KO....> range and oven, terrazzo WHITE ACRESNo
ItI. rod t SimtfotkH .IIIdIwNtlll floors. Quick possession, 5PECI
SUCH -HFiclltlonln M*kMtl*|. 'Me* $M monthly payments after \ qualifying-New 4 bedroom
raw Hit SM DMkS Mvtte" MTOWOitoirieM down payment 2 bath Sell Price $17.300,
Ml'MreM o.rtlI.Chlld'.1 Down payment $800. Monthly
LUXURY rlirirt M.leysrr. set"ltwit H133 Peaceful, tropical, huge ---....-.' payment $127 including principal -
wed Door ltotou'll'. lot 1'4' x ISO', Is the settingfor ... -.-- -- -- interest taxes and In
..11II1041.. 11II.esta sharer/ this lovely completely -- I aurance.
titttt MoitMi mi rifty Hum furnished home In Indian
FOR SO t Pittl*!Stew sod Ikrfnebeare River City. Three blocks I New 3 bedroom, Itt bath.
from shopping. $1,500 down 'HA, VA er Conventional' Financing, Arranged. I Now [ Sell price $14,900. Down payment .
and owner will finance, call I A lr $450 Monthly payment
LITTLE! wa..MVrrrJrwr for details e You may select your lot. preterit your pUns and ROZC. RES 14B1E till including principal. Interest
Bonifications for a art estimate of rev finished is. lfij j taxes and Insurance.
H132 1 Bedroom home with home, which Includes Undtoolns.e .
(..........._..,..PM. Y etw NIrt extra large rooms on large Vjg DR sl'OM $ New 3 bedroom. 2 bath Sell
lot, 153' x 180'. Home is Plena will be sokmlttod H PHA er VA for appraisal I If M x0Af Op price $16,000 Down payment
being sold completely furnished and loan Insurance commitment. If com $eOO. Monthly payment $111
Studio, 1 &: 2 Bedroom Rental Aoartmenls with very good and forma are satlifictory to you, work / c including! principal.. interest
from $100 monthly Uniurnlahed terms. Must. be seen to be will begin Immediately and fce cemoloted, within hrm S. 4444 ua bull, taxes and Insurance.

Models Now Open For Inspection appreciated.ARROW M days. Mfsens r.. ,, Wry New 3 bedroom. 2 bath Conventional -
FurnUbtd model BOW oa dliplari No't. Occuponcy )ear I financing $17,990.
e You now can purchase- custom !built homo for aa
Down payment $950. Large living
little os $SOl down, payment of loss then f 100 par
room, turquoise kitchen
month, which Include principal. Interest toxos and .. fireplace. ,
Insurance. 1
Commercial sites on US. No. 1
to $73,000.

,=t':. J. W. CHILDRE: '
At Harrison SL Realty
17. S. No. 1 ISle So. Washington A., AM 7-3858
%U MT.7037 Eve. 267.tin TITUSVILLE W. B. AXELROD PRES. 267-5563 I'
TUuivllle. Florida
"Service Beyond the Contract.



Several FOB SALE hi FAIR CLfit. '
A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville $4730 to $Inns.Homes restricted to 1800 si ft s Inisa,

I LOW DOWN Only Miles West of U. S 1 On Garden Street COWART & CARTER

PAYMENT THREE & FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY ROOM TWO TILE BATHS 3200 Phone Garden: 287-3222 St, Tltasrfllt or 287-2531


day N.vmbr 18. 1W4 PlorUi
( ) Star-Advecat* Pan f7

. The Days Are Getting Cooler.. But. Classifieds Are Still Hot! I

[Continued from preceding Imp) Real Estate

HOUSES Real Estate FOR SALE I I HOUSES FOR SALE NOW IS Local & Long Distance Movers

3 JUEDROOM: 2 BATH Florida
room and pool Sl .5eo. 226!
BEDROOM 2 bath In excel 'I Gotfview Drive 267-0863. Moving Packing
lent 'location. Beautiful land- THE TIME
11'aping. Carpets included .3-BEDROOMS IVt baths. Indian Storage 'tiIII: ii Shipping
$650 down. Monthly payment River Heiihts area $600 rentwood
$106 00 Including taxes and inturance down. $67 month includes all FOR YOUR FAMILY TO FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341
Edward Realty 12 Phone 2670553.Continued) ENJOY THI BINIPITl 0' LOCAL AGENT _
Baldwin Shopping Center HOMI OWNERSHIP BUY
Phone 367-3801 Nights & On Not ,..* FstaEesa NOW AND IP I NO THI BREVARD RIDGEWAY MAYFLOWER

1 bath behind Parkway Junior --
Huh School on beautifully IT STANDSFOR MOVE RIGHT IN
landscaped I lot with l
trees Only For details a DEAL
can Chas M. Maxwell, Real. NO QUALIFYING
Like 3 b4rma, I
tors. 2674810.iMiMS. oinT ..... .
INTEGRITYThis baths *n nicely ** worthy
AREA 5 NEW I.,. Chain link fenced rear
1 BEDROOM! 2 bath furnished lawn. Assume littnf
total price $11S)0( for details s H A toad with nhpr / $/J
phone Chat M. Maxwell, Real. 8 5 WEST GARDEN STREET-TITUSVILLE MODELS in*. Mai payment I CROWING
tors. 267-7840. IDEAL HOME LOCATION IN NORTH BREVARD'S w. loch thli ..,.. 1fttr.de (
2-3 tilt 4 tan arrantInt.
8 MOST EXCLUSIVE RESIDENTIAL AREA ftwft payment is wit ya. -.
Awry Ihis weft
.totalinglYIIjtklllf Superb location In rolling hills, only moments from I ABOUTSEE
HILLS South UK recreation and Just a short drive to
downtown TitusvilM shopping, or to U.S. 1 and NASA
Causeway. ONLY 3 LEFTS

Titusville Is the official teal ol sue *ti* lH, Pat Cat
the National Association of In*, at Clnial, 14.I*M,
BUILDER'S Real Estate Boards. Only our MOat concept an luxury living and K* will. ahaw yu I .f DUFFY!
member of the Associationmay m hornet -v lw poekef with feoture.. aw 7wool the a>rtHit. Hmt In TtvivllU.
display this seaL And yet every torn it moderately prictdlANOTHff st7aru Th M PMA-VA. i
FURNISHED only those who display this ITUSVnIf financed beauties Sr. SCM.P 115 ACRES LN'
,lt* end ready fr yurfamily.
seal call themselvesRealHri.
MODELI may. OUntANOINO COMMUNITY, Price rant frm ed Nerth .. Mima, An t.tl-
COSMOPOLITAN CONSTRUCTION CORP.ww w S.IREYARD'1 115,000 117,101. Dent mil ...
Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Family George M. Barley,Jr, theI
Room with Fireplace Double Inc. uiorsr QUALITY MOMS wu>tn 4' J TACKS
Garage, AJl"CondltinnM. Beautifully PHONE: AM 7-7142 or NE 6-8385 I ..u.
Landscaped Corner J. W. Child, Realtor COQUINA Grant A,...
Lot Includes Carpeting, Custom Danenburg'i Beach SCHOOL t
Drapes, Built in Music Realty 10 ACRES
Center, Other Extras at less -- Sltvated M Mfh weeded V LlutH wed
Real Estate
Duffy's I... Walk t* ackl andahcpplnf.
than replacement) cost of the d Mima.
hOUR itself. Bryan-Conway & On ulit *leaf
Winstead, Inc. .f weIl-kepf Hmt. |... ( 3 BEDROOM
$22,600.00 Associates, "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service" Own PHA-.N d.wn VA. .."'
A real < AT ONLY
|I.wt Hm* (Nw) en I acre I.., reedy t*
Live In a Professionally Decorated Edwards Realty fll.tOO. mv ,In

pavings Home! at Tremendous Ed Kittles Agency &- Zl. $295 DOWN 2 BEDROOM HOME
Harris Realty, Inc {
ORTHWOOD .l.onwa tw dew, payment and *...11. $
L. B. Newman, f) z.1ICQd (Ju"rtJ In "_rr_ with M
BUILDERS INC. Realtor an qvallfylnf. M my I k.r
Donn Searle Realtors with fenced rear .-.
l Hlfh' and dry ..., "".f 20 ACRES *
Stoner Realty Dry

PHONE 267 4831 nw. A.."", FHA lan
TITUSVILLEANYTIME Sydney Schwartz 401 South Telephone with, very rat........ All Uiuabl Print.,. .n t CtmtyRadi.
W, J. Smith term*. .
I Wlahington AM 7.2011a EXCELLENT U.I. 1 FRONTAGE )

M. ft. llln, ra.. Only
HOME? Drive out Singleton Ave. tU.IOO. New wider **n- DUFFY'S
itriMHvn. Yttf tan pick the REAL ESTATE
(detour road construction) to
..I.a. ,
All mill klttntn I i
bl-level home. This 2000 square ft. ..ami, rfut>l* iar port. PHONE AM 7.0821
FHA, VA. *, tn*. "".", < Corner U. S. No. 1 and Hwy 4ftMlms
home can be reproduced for 21200. Ins. A reel buy)

r Including heat, air, dishwasher and:' .
S "g '4 SAYS i i i ii: $ $ $ $ $ "
Y disposal and many other extras. In $21,500

1 I. Paul CD... addition over twenty models from OWNER SAYII1MOIullrfvr -
Pr..ld.nI which to choose, ranging from n vu C wlnM..6.rr..ld.sr. ire must all ffilt rferlra
l* fh* I ur +.
?_ $16,200. This community has sewer, lufl L* ':4",In b.autNvl t L E
IMAIfytpaktmetit .
Whli*.rln. Hills "r. I
d water, paved streets and side walks, drmi all (art. .... N vON
M sue,, Itr twin bed awlHl.Dream .
tA' fireplugs and street lights. SALES. kltihtn" with laff
MAN ON PREMISES. kltcH ntt.. M' Mr*.Afr
t"I N
h with kit. WlMkwan
$ thraofh fr the mint, NN
ConVenlent e Modern Living + 2. FOR SALE. 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath. f..,.. Yur im>la .f Anancln0. *
D.,,' mln mill) -
Only $9,000. with $300 down
tua..1 site. a., ii
ra I r..w..4 :
"' FHA Fenced back ASSUME FHAIN M,
13,4,4. G.aew'r P.4 r..e.d La. financing 1'I
e AN ft.Mw earl a P.w P *fie 8-. yard, city water and sewer Shown QUI"IUlunAN ARIA '

w Anei ne. a..Mr'y_ 5 Yawr I a Ne.Hiian by appointment only ....., 'iat.d In attraitlv aria -
'TAaiwaF awMr A c.w.4 4r.ni3 ..i>. Mar. .oi..'..R..m.. "b.tw.*n .M DIU Hwy PRICE NONGE' :
and U.I. N.. I. This well
LMN t + .n.i
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e,.TIUN '. & WII llacl !) 'large "k4r.tmi, fw* l.m.Ut .
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he.u n.aaau.u.r.g1.Mw ,.d I... R.ee.neble, eels
4.e..ee., REALTORS INSURORSDial for equity end .."''''. PHA
'''x y' LOKIDA ,mti. *l III/ ,., m*. Call
1 USVILLE d AM Night
7.2011Day or HolidaysNow
nw fr appelnem, .M N .. USED CARS
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r l andy" I **dreni, I bell..
Oval* hm,. Ownen -
For QualityThis r1J mvd map N Or"" .'
en Bald' C,... |t. In Im
t To Choose ,.rial, ........ Pay entf wee., VI, pence, flld* *..., *.
i $100 dense end ucume it- Nearing. e.w.r tall .,., radii end"h ."', ftlfiF
PHA .lean with n* .,..Hfylnf GeM, wtiM wall ",... Aft newl' While evr N 117Jlln .
Let Y..Aew yev k*> are at fhlr" W.t. T *
y Your New this, frvly' l...ly "Mm*. -
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0 Home Site BUILD WMt wn wMt* t**, 4.peed tran mliiln' ..
e'40YRESt tti We have the kwll/W, 4thl.e.fee ._ radii, Mere, el,lel rd Wtrlor. with f4QfFMat
i ,Y .. Nay ,....., .... I voIlrot *. Own tt* tar ***ryn I I. lalh.. y IW/I J
fI"I,.. AH yen need. I* leg. abed Cavalv" ..
This !is the oil.ual, Seal the fh* vrf*. H "'..* ere ..
Yes take time to newest
I now see
Association ace a.cp r.cw.l 0.rcw
of the National
of Home Builders. I .MIN leT Awea.: I960 CORVAIR 4 DOOR "
I and the finest In good QUALITY pelts ep. tN if
Only member of the ,.,,..."'ot''... fer ,...... Itfaltnr delve, blue '1......, .blue .k....r,

local National association Association are and allowed ;i. eel built beautiful homes in "Ilpdn Yell.'n Ie kw.buys iindlf n* ell> .. fd wMt ...... Mr t* M |*lln. $$995I960 -

to display this I ,

seal: tr r CALL TODAY.. IMPALA 4 DOOR H T "

Alexander Construction I --n.....,NM" c.I.,.",..,..... TIN...,.. fW wWf.. M.W wfHt. ..11.,
Company ,..... RIO, T4 4I*> .114 110.,., pe Wf v$1395"
Broyhffl Development ..... Sew ........ Nerd drlvlni. .
Childre Homes Inc. LANTERN PARK
Inc. .
Cowart & Carter, It A880C XZALTT co.U2t NPIShSL
Cozart Const Company w/IN. .Mi rd trim, redb, itr, t4f\f\r
"Titusville's Distinctive New Subdivision' ,J ,, '! s. WASHINGTON wHH. well N f.'. 1 1 yl., Knight drlv. I II 7 J ..
fisher Construction Co. Of fl e. "*.r H*.... PW.I .. H* "* I* IM. If the chanty I* ItN. yiwtMd

John Flitch Beach Construction Co. Some For Models Your Are Now Ready CITY CONVENIENCE.I 267.9440 H/-4M4::: 1963 CHEVY II 4 DOOR WAGON "

Louts &: Brown, Inc. Inspection NO CITY TAXES ell .f..f.II I Cr1tnd, ,*.*, illd*. radl, ..*..*,.whit C **
Justice Homes Inc. 3, 4 & 5 BEDROOM HOMES ;- .. wall line Mawtlrvt >.lf* wHti matthlnf J 1695
WATER & SEWERS r'.,. ivd dew *n th* starter T
Northwood Builders Inc all beautifully finished completely equipped "


Robert Evans AND HEAT IN ALL HOMES II Advocate, 1 1st In circulation .

Tiffany Ronald Moretto Builders. Inc DIRECTIONSFISHER in North q tJ .Jacclk Chevrolet :IOTID

Drtr* Wt ** erdn Itretf t* C**>
pinlir **W, twn nrth rr *n* *nd Brevard

.William Wingate Everman Homes PHONE moOS ..., wWWi *. UnNm ,.rtt. r 1 .. 182411 IIO 'EINI VJM1I: HONK:3074230 NS

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Real Estate Real Estate Services Used Cars & Trucks Used Cars & Trucks WantedBo Rent

HOUSkS FOR SAL HOUSES FOR SALE DR-iiMAKINGORIGINAL TURQUOISE Ford Country 1962 Squire 8 passenger station/ 1957 FORD pickup, $350, will UNFURNISHED Read The Ads And Profit
sting expertly fitted, alter. wagon, radio, heater, air sell reasonable. 2502 South 3 or 4 bed .
tor room house in Cape area
3 BEDROOM, 1 bath recently mea a and women'sgwmMU. Hopkins, 267-3887.
I BEDROOM 1 bath Indian redecorated, huge 75 x 255 Ullien Hudson conditioned. .Many extras. Call 783.8008 after 4 p.m.
River City. For information lot shallow well, conventional 267-J1M. $1800. 287.7289.TERMS LET ME sell your automobile.Browning .
_call 2670813.) financing 11450. 2675488. Auto Sales 405:!
SETTLES ROOFING. Complete TERMil TERMS! Hopkins 2671520. Work Wanted
( I BEDROOM bath. Excellent Roofing and Remodel. 1959 Chevrolet 4 dr. hard
condition near lake. Good Estate size BRIARWOOD, grass carpeted, ing Service. 1004 Pine Street. top VS PS, R&H auto., WantedTOP I Ii

$400 fishing.down.Total Edwards price $12.900 Realty: tree studded lots, 3, 4 and 5 Phone 2673453. 1959 only Chevrolet 4 dr. se 1595 WILT, DO Ironing In my liome "Al" MIERNOW i The Cost of a pack of
bedroom homes, electric kitchens CASHIn pick up and delivery if
12 Baldwin I Center DAVE'S TREE Service, call dan V8 R&H, preferred. Cigarettes day will
Shopping auto YOUR LOCAL I per
central heat and air, 3 minutes for good used 1839 Alford Street
i Phone: 267-3604 Evenings and T. E. Harris at 2672312.FREEIt only 495 Lakeview Hills.SALESMANSALES. buy an excellent Christmas .
some ready for occupancy or 1959 Furniture. "ELECTROLUXMAN"
Weekends 267-2321. Mercury sedan PS, I
choose your lot and plans. No PB auto trans GREER McMORRIS, INC. Present for your
air con
I I BEDROOM 1V4 bath, fenced qualifying, no closing cost, tt! ditioned 595 Repossessed furniture outlet MGR. I children.
back yard, aluminum gutter conventional I line, convenientto L. P. BOTTLED GASINSTALLATION 1959 Ford 2 dr. II cyl. 543 U.S. 1 IRC or SlO S. Hopkins Strong in Recruiting/ and organizing LIVING IN TITUSVILLE
pipe, hurricane awnings, shallow but out of night and noise stick shift R&H. Only 495 Titusville direct to consumer WORLD BOOK
well, large screened of super-highway. Parochial 958 Vacuum Cleaners I
Mercury hardtop 267.1399 Day or Night men-women groups Family '
porch. No qualifying. $900 sod public school buses 1 Polishers Representative
Suburban Propane coupe 150 man car. Salary open I
down $65 month (inc. all) Tel mile north of Titusville, LaGrange 1958
Plymouth 4 dr.aedan Urgently need immediate Titusville I
267-6714. area, off Old. Dixie 2019 U S. 1 N. 267-6411 Wanted To Buy area EXPERT SERVICE & 267-4775
Highway/ 135 Write P. 0. BUK NEW SALES I
tel. 267-7380
FAST FILM e 24 hour 405 Hopkins 267-1520 ing aer)
River City very nice 267.9300 service.I s 'fLng/o NovKodachromeEktachrome Auto Parts. AM 7-3686. I
ranch type home. 3 bedrooms, -
2 complete tile baths, large FOR SAL or RENT $1.35 -
------ 20. Slides ana Kodachrome
shade trees, established plant
ing. Large hedge enclosed 114 ROOSEVELT Street for 8 mm movie-B9c per roll
back yard.paved street. Wing sale at only $6,500. Jean's Jewelry, Big Apple
arranged with front and back 155 Sun Road L R. C,, three Plaza.
entrance for possible Income. bedroom for Wnt at $95 mo.
carpets-rugs-and draw drapes 3 bedroom 4261 Beverly St. Used Cars & Trucks
Included. Owner will finance South Lake Village. Built in
suitable buyer priced right. kitchen. $115 month.
1950 FOUR WHEEL drive Jeep.
Contact John A. Gordon
Call 2676351.
267-0867 after 430.:
Reg. Real Estate Broker
EDGEWATER, 3 bedroom. 2 23 Main. AM7-3025 Titusville TRAILER HAULER A-l condition .
bath, alrconditioncd terrazzo $375 Dixie Trailer Park
floors, built.in kitchen with LOTS FOR SALI 267.6572.
refrigerator; large, well landscaped .
lot on paved street. SEMINOLE CdtNTY Desir 1959 CHEVY ton pickup. 267-
$13,500, low down payment, able lakefront lot on Lake 4770. $650.
Rood terms. Lillian Montville, Harncy. City water available.
Broker, 724 N. Dixie Freeway, Call Kenneth G. Taylor, Gen- 63 VOLKSWAGEN, 36,000 financed miles
>Jew Smyrna Beach 42825J4. eva-349.4391. A-l condition, bank
$1085, asking $1300. Can be
CLASSIC HOMES"Nothing seen after 3:3U p.m., 267.3270,
ServicesROOF Titusville Trailer Court.

Down See Us To-
day. Titusville's Best Home SPRAYING, both and 1950 purchase CADILLAC 18 seel highlandAvenue drive ; 1j

Value, 3 and 4 Bedrooms, 2 gravel or tile. 2671260. 2676288.

Full ages.Bath Homes with Gar- EaS .atSr rEea ,



Colonial Heights
Hopkins Ave. South p
267-8641 Co"a tgir

4% GI MORTGAGE, only $993down 9
$107 monthly pays all I ,
no qualifying I I 3 bedroom, 2 p'
bath, Whispering Hills section. I
-Realtors Phone ,Chas 2677840.M. Maxwell e /\1)-t2! : o : ) s63

3, or 4 bedroom homes brand
new In area of much higher
L 1&D'
priced homes. Small down RC )
f payment and only $81 monthly -
total payment. VA no down Cusf,, 4 Dr .1, : ,
payment. BRENTWOOD ES. ve .5 Aufe, Power ),
TATES, west on Garden St.
AM 7-7143 or 6325653.
j X595 !
NO QUALIFYING, $900 or best J y
offer $108 monthly, WhisperIng .
Hills, 267-8606.

central air, built-ins, carpet < S/4Y
ing. Large corner lot. Manyother
4 C1L, 3,,,
extras Whimpering R ; H cQ

2 bullt-lns baths, den includes, ,2 3 BEDROOMS car dishwasher garage, ''I WHEE 1295 Gas.1 500 Factor, All Alr Powq, X fff 777- e A''+ OI !

walk In closets 2674822. I I $ ,

HEN I aq-h I, ,
if 62
I ---You Mean I Can Get

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$ %

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On My Brand NewFORD

'65 I 1 r

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Plenty in the ball w mean Yes. Only At . FORD
the car .ur trind movers take thEVROET PUFSC.
with your precious household 61

furniture. Lit ui handle your Atr 4s Ton, 4 Cyl, 3 Speed,
mOVI from start to finish Loaded sad H6p
It'll save you time and offer McCotter MERCURY

Think of 1 .

FIDELITYAgent Motors I 61 FORD 59 Ra MBLER 61 GMC Pti -:

vs ,
ALLIED VAN LINES Gas.. 4 Dr.. H T- Sta Wag.. 4?, Ov.rdriv. t1 Tan V.a, st. Dr,


OR NIGHT 101 So, Wash. Titusville AM 7-2112 5 895
Phone AM 7-0228

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r->...h...*w.MISTER..ldih ..r.'ia BREGER jI 11 bill I
Ann LandersA r' charge accounts, one monthly

We are starting something IMW for North
Stunt Brevard County. tying you M a member of our plan. This permits

Crummy you to charge purchases at any More displaying a

This is a plan which will enable you to say 'BNB Plan" membership emblem.

"Chan go it" in many stores, and get just one
Dear Ann Landers am a Some excellent cooks do not monthh' Iill) through our bank covering all of This is an exclusive feature of our bank -

regular reader of your column follow recipes but the vast maJority your au ,unts, one of the young Ideas a young bank like ours

and was interested in the collection of homemakers get better Is lively enough to start You do not have to be

of letters you publishedon results when they do. It:1: .: the 'BNB Charge Account Service." a depositer here to Join the plan.

co-ed pajama parties. The Dear Ann Landers: I am sec e
You ;cs c:: about it and wo give you a plate Identibrevard Ask us about it.
following week you printed a letter retary to an important execu-

about a yard party (the girl tive. These past two years I

is supposed to make two costumes have met many attractive and

her own and her boy interesting men but almost al- INDIAN RIVER PLAZA

friend's out of one yard of ways they are married. I decided national bank

material). long ago not to get mixed up I

I have a new one for you. with a married man. STATE ROAD SON

At this college in Long Island Two weeks ago a charming

, (I'm a Junior) the latest fad is and unmarried young man cameto k 'r I
All -- --------- -- -------- --
e a "Pig Party. the boys in see my boss. My boss

the fraternity pitch in $1 The was in conference so we had a

boy who shows up with the ug nice 20 minute conversation. He

liest girl wins the money. Invited me to dinner that eve- m 13. THAT ONE'S' P 6000.NEREIS 160 HR JUST READ ME

It sounds sort of mean but ning and we hit it off beautifully. TU6 THAT'S YESTERD IY13 YESTERDAY'SIi00K

honestly, Ann, these parties The next day he took me to "Of court/1 wu speeding, Officer. How else can I NEWSPAPER PAPER Ww4TT1 :

are a million laughs. There are lunch I mentioned I was searching rush to buy tickets for the Policemen's Ball DAD ,

some unseen advantages which for a certain record album.He before they're all sold rt 0 1Oo

should not be overlooked. It said "If I find it what doI -----

gives the homely dames (who get?" I replied "A nice big NOTIC TO CBIDITOIt Needs! t J ?
would otherwise never get a kiss." T. All ('""I..... Lotalo, DI..... Printing
b._ and AH r.... bail..
date) a chance to go out once <<:1...* or D...".. arlno ..* See The tl Z I Ill
in a while. Of course they The album arrived yesterday. I.tat. .t CATHIIUWB It.
Mr. Perfect PATH .......dl
never know why they are asked, comes back to Star Advocate g UII

so no harm is done. Don't you town next week. Rush your ad Ten *.< ...11 of row an hero P
vice. NEEDLES AND ky ..Uft.. sad rooulr U flit
agree this is a howl? FRIED -g
PINS art eUlnn cud .*...b. wktch JIM'S TV
SHOES roe, or olth.r VI
I Dear Needles: Label this I tcalait tb* ti of Cetl.ii M Profaailonal A Guarantooi G1
Dear Fried: It's the crummiest Davit, 4_..... lets of Brovard Service tia /
one "Acknowledge but no action CO.llt nol1'. with the Hea.r-
stunt I ever heard of. ." able Vlrall B. Conkllnn, Countyludir c..
Send me the name of the character : ot Brrard County, Florida, NEW MANAGEMENTUS n BUT CAN lon.rr WOULD ONLY oasTAaorr :
who dreamed Ann Landers will be glad to' at hi" offlo !. the Court HOUM ef M IRC 1 Block W. of WTM ALL THESE LEAVES! |*IO TO HIRE A TRUCK TO TAKg
up this one. pals County wltklo ill (I) ealndar -
I. R. Plata ?47:5$4JOIN
I'd like to mall him a get-well help you with your problems. nibs from tko limo of thoflr f UHUN THESES AM ORDINANCE THEM TO THE DUMP
tubllc.llon of thli nolle. IN THIS
card. Send them to her In care of this 4
Mr* Jlta II. BBldarAdmlnlrtratrll '

Dear Ann Landers: My husband newspaper self-addressed enclosing stamped, of tho EoUU. ./II .::1ft, I'f' IS, 0 ( _
envelope. f C.tk.rla. M. Davis. l>oOoodrlch '
told me yesterday that 1 I aca.d f tN /
idiot. ? Because Hairwton .and S trTrt fiitC. '
am an Why Ican't ENVELOPES Business Sizes Boylttoa
lull SI. p'p'
cook or bake anything for mailing Full stock at P. O. Drawer Htk E y'' 44t
unless I have a cook book Irad.kton, Florida 1
Star-Advocate. Nor. f, IS, 30 It (Frl) 1.... v fit.
propped up in front of me. ?:
His mother never owned a

cook book. She Just kept tasting !t EN EE

to see if it needed a little more t

of this or a little more of that MACRO'S LOUNGE .t a ly

The other evening I was fixing It a .y

a rib roast. When my husband ANNOUNCES !
.= tt
came into the kitchen and g

stuck into the roast he almost and his"ROCKMASTERS" TEII Tone WHAP TO DO..T lava TOTU.L / F!No aA Yaoel

broke up. He had never seen a .I, Join the parado* of jEtna BU1LMt THB CHEf WHAT TO COrUU /

t meat thermometer before and .* Caaualty policyholdcral altar
[ who onjoy "P.S"-Pr- TO 001 b
insisted only a screwball would Pt aonol Strvlco. Personal !

go for something like THAT. Srlc aiturii covoriga !
!a: t'* right for you and 0
Please print my letter, Ann, BY POPULAR DEMAND "t the holp you Hood should 1 I Ctl

and let my husband know that Brtvard County'a moot oxcMntj/ ....rt.,...,. Conrad > a low occur. ,

people who follow recipes and Invites all hla friends to Macko'a with on of the

cooking instructions are not Id. largest dance flan 'In the county ONIcT11Ne

iots. It would help if you addeda KEEL Q IHl
line saying you follow recipes, KEEP UP WITH THE LATEST DAIS Pin INSURANCEAGENCY I


I COOK SATURDAY -", to 2 A. M. "tt MO Magnolia Avorwo t Zm

tPt 'AN YOU Rf A MUCH 000 M6A+oRIf
I'm not bragging but Drinks at raaaonablo prkM No Minors e YOU IFEP THCRI0MTONBT H
apologizing. I never feel more I ( YOUR '" I .., \.
like a kitchen idiot than whenI : }itIt VALIlA9lF5, tI. ,,;"'I ,I
U. S. 1 Midway Between TJtvi.lllo and Cocoa Alts HN/1HY? !. ..
am happily ignoring instructions V4 mil North of Orlando Utility Plant.Television. l1 .,

guessing and tasting 1. 4Y -'t' 'J11x

then suddenly things don't seem :>-t#, ...... ,.. +' 1. '1r -! 04

quite right. So I have to riun- :

mage through the trash can to

find the box and read the instructions.

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presented the intercom at Mtea on School Wednesday.over'He Had Another Co-Pilot I

Children from Mrs Louise

Thigpen's room gave the pro NBW YORK (AP) A pilot the controls while other crewmen

! gram. They were Mike Hunt, landed a Jet at Kennedy International vainly administered oxzy-
Ed Meikk, Mike Mallory and
r A9t'p Gene Duff. Airport with 64 passengers gen to Fraser, who had a heart
tl from England Wednesday attack while awaiting taxiing Instructions -

See The the night cockpit, then collapsed and died in .

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Star AdvocateFor Kazlmierz Fraser, 50, pilot of
j the British Overseas Airways Polish army which fled to England

Your .Corp. Boeing 707, had made a when Poland fell during
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Michael King. King took over Air Force fighter pilot

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': BOEING RECEIVES THANKS-Titusville Little 1 SHOWS ':30 AND 11:00

T, League President Pat Kelly (second from right) and d

Mayor Bill Walker show appreciation to George SI ZENTNER AND HIS ORCHESTRA ,;. )

Barney, Boeing Management Association representative <
for Boeing's contribution to the Titusville Little Featuring s I
League. Boeing becomes the first Cape Kennedy "-"v'v" --.... SUCKERS"t.. r
?" '''" 1.50 .,
contractor to sponsor a team in the Little League. ; ] '
COURT OF HONOR Scouts of ing were Ode Kiser, Danny Kimble A Per
Also pictured is Joe Slade, left and Floyd Stone of 'l

the Little League board of directors.-S-A Photo. Troop 360, Mims, receiving awards at Bruce Phillips, Paul Davis, Earl Cock- I ': i ; ..J Person b..... <
the Court of Honor held Tuesday even erham and Howard Matteson. t .
I Card Of ThanksWe ", Rnorvatlont

SidewalkContinued wish to express our appreciation Minis News I r'--.k 1 183-7631 Call. KOKO

for the many acts of

From Page 1 kindness, in sending food, MOTEL

Palm Avenue to water tank. flowers and cards of sympathy, I (By Mrs Gladys Mclendon) Awards were presented by yellow and pink. Cup cakes, N. ATLANTIC AVE. COCOA BEACH

North side of South Street (SR during our time of sorrow. AM7-124S Scoutmaster A. L. Leslie to ice cream and punch was

405)) from water tank to Poinsetta would like Court of Honor Odel KIser, second class; Dan served to the following:
Avenue. We to convey our Scout Troop No. 360 of the ny Kimble, second class; Bruce Kim Mack, Charlene Roof,

sincere Jess thanks Parrish to Memorial all the nursesof Hospital Central Florida Council held a Phillips, Merit Badges for Lynne and Tracy Johnson, See Adams For Complete Selection, Motorola Television! II
West side of un-named street Court of Honor Tuesday evenIng swimming, seamanship and Bobby Mack, Darrell Beville,

(Lane Avenue) from South the doctors, especially at the Mlms Methodist first aid; Paul Davis, First Kay Allen, David Rletter,
Street to Hamlin Court Dr. Wm. II. II. Bennett, who attended Church in the Educational class and Merit badges for first Coen and Diane Gilmore, Eddy

West Side of Park Avenue his our loved one, during Building. aid and swimming; Earl Cock- Jamison, Lynn Kennedy, Marcia MOTOROLA

from South Street to WhisperingOaks. illness. Assembly was called to order erham, Star and Merit Badgesfor Johnston, and Tina Land-

Also, we are so grateful to by Senior Patrol Leader, Larry swimming, seamanship
Rev. Ed. Norman, and all Snook. Scouts and guests stood first aid, forestry, motorboat- rum.Kerry received many nice

1 West side of DeLeon between ministers who were so kind to and gave the Pledge of Alleg- ing, and nature; presents and all enjoyed watch

South Street and Maxwell Street call on us at the hospital. May ence and sang "America" and Howard Matteson Life and ing her open them.

"America the Beautiful", accompanied Merit Badges for lifesaving,
t South side of Maxwell Street the Lord bless each one of you.
The Everrltt Family on the piano by Miss seamanship, camping, motor- Mr. and Mrs. Freeman
from DeLeon to Fifth Avenue.
Frances Gaetano. An inspiring boating, soil and water conser-- Nicholson and Mr. and Mrs. 'Coior/65

I West side of Fifth (DeLeon) devotional was given by Robert vation and nature. OLs; Merrill of Penrose, N. C. ,
from Maxwell to East Whisper. II* THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Porter The benediction was given by visited Mrs. Beatrice Nicholsonlast

ing Hills Road. THE CUIT. NINTH IN FLORIDABREVARD JUDICIAL CIR Guest speaker was James A. L Leslie Refreshments of week.

"OUNTY. i Patten, District Executive of cakes, punch and coffee was
West side of Lee Road (De- MOaTO"fUQ FOnCL11eVR: the Canaveral District. served by the Scout Mothers. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Godwin

Leon) from East Whispering THE MANHATTAN RAVINGS The meeting was then turned of Gainesville visited Mrs.

Hills Road to Forrest Street BANK a New Tork corporation Plaintiff over to the scouts who presented Celebrates Ifh Birthday Godwins' parents, Mr. and Mrs.

West side of Rock Pit Road LAWRENCE H. GRANT and their Candle Ceremony. Larry Little Miss Kerry Mack celebrated Charles Smith, last week-end. the new generation of Color TV

from South Street to Tropic MARGARET X. GRANT hi* wife. Snook lit the 12 candles her 6th birthday with a

Street NOTICE OF CIltRK'H Defendant*AI,HNOTICB representing the Scout Laws, 3 number of her small friends. Charles Smith, who has beena
South side of Tropic Street IS HEREBY GIVEN' blue candles for the 3 points of They had a wonderful time patient at J.P.M. Hospital this

J from Rock: Pit Road to Hillcrest that that certain under and Final In Decree pur.uanc'of For ot.. the scout oath. 1. Duty to God playing different games. Dar- last week, was dismissed on Full Screen Rectangularlook.

Avenue. closure mad and rendered on the and Country. 2. To help other rell Seville won ,the prize for Thursday. lIe is recuperatingat .
Itta of November AD. 1M4
South side of Garden Street In and day bit the Honorable Voile A.Wllllama people at all times. 3. Keep pinning the tall on the Donkey. home and doing real well. :
it Judge at the Circuit physically strong and morally Kerry's cake was a beautiful _
from the railroad to cad
Court I* for Brevard County, New Slim Sots
Avenue. Florida, In Chaacery. being Cue straight heart shaped cake decorated in A Veterans Day Program was __
No. .f Mo, and a certain can* f
West side of Granola Avenue ,
IP- In a4! Court wherein
from Garden Street to South THE; MANHATTAN SAVINGS Full Year Guarantee
BANK a New York corporation, .
On. All Paris
Street !
I the Plaintiff and LAWRENCE
East side of Park Avenue ;. ORNT and MARGARET K, aeeew ,
GRANT, hli wlf*. art the Defend
from Garden Street to South ant I, CURTIS R. BARNES cc Hand-Wired Power Transformer
.. c.rL of th* Circuit Court for th*
jtreet !Ninth Judicial Circuit' of the Kick off the fun with Chassis.
Slat of :;'lli"'ta'th ball offer for newCHEVRON Mod.I JlcaJOJA
ode and hlgbeit and Conl..poreoy styling
belt bidder for each at publlo out.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF try at the Brevtrl County Court
THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT house at Tltuevlll Florida, on the
IN AND FOR BREVARD: Pith day of November. A,D. 1964, -
COUNTY. FLORIDA at 11:00: A.M. the following den 1: ,,, .
crlbed t Oeorlbed In laid complete selection 11:
MORTOAUM rORMLOIVIIIIWEHT Final Decree of Foreoloeure, sit'uat. (
SIDE FEDERAL BAVINU8 ., lying and being In Brevard
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION County Florida and more particularly of cabinets i .
OF NEW YORK CITY a Unlttl described a. fallow. ,
Stile corporation, Lot M, Block 0". SECTION I
Plaintiff K-S. of BOWB GARDENS Motorola Color/65 sets are ;
according to the plat thereof available in many fine cabinet t
ai recorded In Plat Book II,
KA1SKK. bl. wit. at pane SS of the Publlo Reoordi designs. including decorator 1 I .
Defendant of Brevard County Flor .thelIVElIER >' J fj
sets designed by Drexel '
NOTICE OF CIKHKH MALM Ida. ... gasolines I
NOTICE) IH HEREBY GIVEN Together wllhi exclusively for Motorola. ,
that under and In purism nc. of Water Healer Raleigh ADR rr1YIYaMeSlIp
that Certain final Decree of For- Gal 4J
Closure mad and rendered on the RangTat>pan Mod PY-4901.1 e
12th day of November. AD. 1M4 Dlepoeal Wait Champ TO
In and by the Honorebl Voile A. Central Hut Warner OR-Y$-E. Smart play! Tank up with the modern
William I it Judi of the Circuit .
Dated at Tltuivlll Brevard
Court In and;/ for Brovard County, County Florida thin 12th day of motor fuels custom-made to power 9Mwv Mod.123CK304A

Florida No. 2SU73, In, and Chancery.a cerUla being oauH Ca. November CURTIS A. R.D. 1M4 BARNES your busy life today. Choose from 3 _---....., 'rench Provincial, ..yUnt '

pending In laid Court wherein' Clerk of the Circuit Court
new Each
\VK8T: SIDE FEDERAL SAVING Breverd County Florida I' ,. '
OF *NEW AND YORK LOAN CITY ASSOCIATION! a United By Mary Deputy Joe Clerk Unger packed with livelier performance, long-running I Why wait ? Get the look

lain corporation, I'a the Plaintiff (COURT REAL) economy. Besides, in Chevron and Chevron Supreme [I ; '
and GEORGE KAISER and L. Pharr Abner .of of
SHIRLEY KAISER, bin wife. are Turnbull and Abner you get Methyl, the antiknock compoundthat i tomorrowtoday.I
the Defendant. I. CURTIS R .
Suit 400. New England' Building' .
BARNES a* Clerk of the Circuit Poet Office Boa lIT helps develop all the power built into your I '. .
Court for the Ninth Judicial' Circuit Florida Winter Park. .
of the mat of Florida, hall Attorney for Plaintiff car. Stop at Standard. Go lively with Chevron!; .
offer for role and nil to the Nov. IS Il'rl.) 1M4.
blihMt and hat bidder for each
: Get
at public outcry at the Brvard We take better cars of carSTANDARD ?.. Motorola Color65We'll
County Court bou.* at Tltuivlll\ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE your _
Florida, on the 4tb day of Nov NINTH JUDICIAL CIR.
ember. A.D. 1W4. at 11:00 A.M., CULT IN AND FOR THE: be happy to give you a
the following dncrlbecl ml pronrty COUNTY OF BREVARD STATE: [ 7 personal demonstration of
and *qulpm nl deiorlbid In or FLORIDAIN Model
paid Final Decree of Foncloiur. CHANCERY NO. IMS4 UCUO,1A the new generation of color
situate lying and beta In Br*> THE 8EAMENH BANK FOR 7r"tn"'tY"". TV sets. Come in
yard County: Florida, and more BAVINOS IN THE CITY OF V /s s soon.
NEW YORK, New York corporation .
particularlY deecrlhed as followii a

to tb plat thereof u recorded .a. "
la PUt Bock IT. oee CALVIN LEE PERRY and ROBE ,
M of the Public Record of MARIE PERRY hi* wife.
Hrvrd County, Florida, Defendant.
Together wlthi CLr.HK'i NOTim or MAIK m i -
Republic Water Heater Pint NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN 1000
Gallon III that pureuant to the Final Decree OR YOUR TRADE-IN DOWN!
Modern Maid Built la Ran* of Foreclosure and Sal entered lathe
CET 121Mod.rn eau. pending In the Circuit
Maid Built IB Oven Court In and for Breverd County uc
TET 234 O Florid. Case Docket No. USM. 1 ( FIRST PAYMENT FEBRUARY 1ST
Kitchen emheuet fai hood e will ell at publIc auction to the )
Modern Maid beet aDd hlghwt bidder for each : 1 41

In International Central Heat .between clock In the the forenoon hour of and eleven two 'b. ,, r ,i 120 DAYS FREE SERVICE ON ALL NEW TVS!
Hotpolnt Refrtierator (Deluxe) clock In the afternoon on the : '
Model No. CX 702U nth day of November A. D. 1W4
Dated at Tltuavlll. Brevard at the front door of the Ilreverd NOVEMBER SPECIAL
County, Florida, this 13th day of County Courthouse In Tltuevlll, 4? USED TV SETS
November. A D. 1M4 Florida the following described 20% OFF on TV TUBES
CURTIS R. BARNESClerk property I Completely Reconditioned
of the Circuit Court Lot S. Block V. Section H. and Tubes IntUlUd In
Brvrd County, Florida, SHERWOOD: PARK SUBDIVISION $*, Srvlcd I Hors Priced As Low As $2945
By Mary Joe Unier according to plat
Deputy Clerk thereof a* recorded In Plat
fO'A : Book la pane M. Publlo Re*, d e4l

Turnbutl and Abler 'ordi". of Brevard County Flor "k "t_ i tr ti We Pledge The Best Cz} Television Values In Town
New England Building CUItTI'. BARNES ) '
Suit 4M Clerk of th. Circuit Court 3 <
P. O. Box m Byi Mary Jee Unger 't .s f
Winter Park. Florida Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff SEAL) ,.
Nov. II Il'rI.) III 4. No.. It Il'rlt1M.. LIBERAL EAST

FOR SALE t 4a\ r J e i s
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Approximately 4 Ft Tall 800 S.

.J Delivered To Your Door Phone OPEN EVEVERY G I /1a141 W'-Ao.l A 267-4107 ]

Saturday Only.Guaranteed 261.2845 R 1 ....

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l'' Cash On Delivery : 3,50 ea. And OIIVRON ,"MI1HYV.sod e1raduuor4 CHtVtON tolgn MOTOROLA T L E 'V I' $, ''J i. ::9; COLOR TV

'I, D. S. NISBET, AGENT, Cocoa, Florida

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