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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 20, 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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: ..i NNr 267-4711'T.IMMFn, "" NuFnYn STAR-ADVOCATB. T.I +Mr .. r>,I

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents \ >t**

: 84th Year No. 140 20 Page Today Titusville, Florida, Friday, November 20. 196. 5c Per Copy: Published Mondays. Wednesdays and Friday

'Cenler Fight Still On

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.;, \ ,,1; It seems Brevard County, at
: &:#{ plei .'1 : least the portion west of the
.* ''fi.v." ,'1,40. Indian River, an "up In arms"
Another giant public recreation
.' j I concerning the decision of NASAto
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area is to the making if I : put its tourist information
; I
0 A $YO Ee .N J x. r l, .r I I .ftaNe9Si : the county decides to purchasea .! .. ,'" .,,, center within the confines of
I"., ',. ,rt..)..i M. 430-acre site west of Deles- ".. !fJ.( J MILA rather thin U.S. 1 as
\ pine and Port St John. .It. '.J ,', .' previously planned.
: \ .' P\; ",( Various chambers of commerce
; ; :
1'w.. Announcement that the countywas : along U.S. 1 have critic
considering the $14,000 Investment '' -I. Iced the move by NASA and
[ 'I". "J.," -. the !
decision of the Kennedy
was made by Commissioner :
: : <, I'Q! ; ,' Space Center director, Dn

: I 14 Lee Wenner yester-- ,. ...,..,...'" Kurt Debus, and are now them
: solves walling that tourist traf.
1 1I day.The ;..
tract extends from the fie will be tort on the North-
'; ."IIiC' south artery because of the
St Johns River eastward and ,
: move.
a'f f t connects with Kings Highway, .
t; i .....-:
The cry is familiar, for May.*
the first road south of Orlando :
.. __ .\_. .I..J".K. ........, .
Utilities, and is about 1 mile ....-,.::; ....:;;:_ .. --_-- __;:--;.. .. ..r'- ". ..-' ...-----..-.:'\._,.... or Bob Murkshe of Cocoa Beach
': j :, rained the same cry when NASA
1 west of Interstate IS now under first announced the center wouldbe
IT BE-The above aerial at Orsino. These are the two spots considered
", I nAl.arl; t construction. It was pointedout centered at the Intersection
to i shows the intersection of the for location of the information
J oifiltc't' however that a crossoverat NASA of U.S. 1 and the NASA cause
and U.S. 1 and the intersection center,
t : ,4, f the 1-85 Intersection has al- of the with AlA way, and some corners of Errs
causeway van! have felt that this "gnash
been laid out and this
ready' ,
leg of teeth" by Murkihe was
b _.._ x problem Is no factor. one of the reasons why the
----- -
board Bitter Cold Blasts center was re-located.
The approved yesterday Snap
RECREATION PARK? This map possible recreation site. The 430 acres the DoM Scarle, president of the
I shows the approximate location of property is under option to purchase by the a 30-day option on prop Granter Tltusville Chamber of
erty. Commerce's Committee of 100
under study by the county as county.I"
stated recently that the 1 local
Indian Summer Oat chamber was silent over the de
Naval CenterToReolaceOrlandoAFB Bids Opened On clslon of NASA not to put the
Compact center' near Tltusvlllt's south
city limits In hopes that the
I" Merrill Island IJr. I I y THI ASSOCIATED PRESS second died of exposure and two colder weather was on the way MILA post office would have a
Bitter cold weather blasted others apparently toppled Into a I in an area from the Atlantic chance to become a branch of I
I Indian summer right out of the snow-covered canyon. Coast to. eastern 'Texas and the TttusvUle post Office.

/ Sr. High picture today as blizzard-like The Weather Bureau said eastern Montana. One of the prime reasons Dr.Debus .
conditions stirred up the DakoUs gave In announcing the
- -
Iowa, Nebraska and Minnesota move was the lAck of availableand
ORLANDO CAP>-OrlandG Air to be closed by June, 19C1, when A spokesman for the base said Construction of the new Men ,!. 'reasonably priced" prop
,Force Base, with Its 1,311 workers the Naval Training Device Center the replacement Of the Strategic The mercury tumbled to the ;, erty to locate the center at the
win be replaced by a com is expected to move in from Air Command's 39th bomber ritt bland Junior senior high near-zero mark and.lorecafiters :' U.S./ 1-catueway site. But n e w
b pact Naval Center as part of its present cite at Port Washington wing with the 33it Tactical school wiij.tegla''Wi a' federal said -2 to -IS was on its way in r : ..i.:' i light was shed on this yesterday
Defense Departments major .\ on Long Island. fighters from the Tactical Air approval of the apparent low eastern North Dakota and it. during Brevard County .

military,cutback throughout the Although the Naval center Command should make no alg.nUlcant bid of Southeast General Con- northern Minnesota. CommUwlon sessions whoa
nation. win employ; fewer workers change either In defense tractors of North Miami. Winds gusted up to 79 m.p.h. District 2 commissioner George
That was the only Florida about SO military and 800 civilians or at Grand Island, Neb., and up t; King announced he !had offers of
change the Pentagon listed the economics of the economy. Bids were opened at the Boardof to M m p.h. at Sioux City in land on the highway just south

Thursday In announcing changesto changeover will be beneficial The Eglln base, larger than Public Instruction yester. northwestern Iowa. / of the causeway, from aa
95 military Installations.But for Orlando, according to Mayor the state of Rhode Island In area day on the new school to be Some parts of southwesternand anonymous donor.King .

simultaneously, Eglin Air Robert Carr.Commander employs 8,108 military and built with federal impact funds, central Minnesota had as I I reported lie had authorization
Force Base announced its wingof CoL William W. 2,707 civilian workers. I and the North Miami firm'sbid much as seven Inches of snow to to NASA aa
heavy B-32 bombers will be Brown said at present the Orlando I of $1,429,133 was 28,000 lower There was three to four Inches convey
offer of 10 of land
bomber along
The of the
move wing than of the other '
the closest
transferred from Fort Walton million
base contributes $20.2 I reported at Mankato, Minn..
to Barksdale Air Force Base U. a. 1 slightly south of the
Beach to Louisiana within three a year to area's economy.A Involves five bidders. while blowing snow cut vlslbUl- I and indicated there
La. causeway
Bossier ,
near City.
years and be replaced by a Navy source said the center ty: to zero at times in the Albert
i 1,251 workers, virtually all military Awarding of the bid will : would be no string attached to
squadron of tactical fighters. add much as $11 million
as Lea and Austin Mlntu
may area. the offer.
and will be of the
complete by await approval Homing
The Orlando base Is scheduled a year to Orlando's economy.The ; Gale warnings flew on the
workers A of the Da
I IMS. The number of and Home Finance Agency, representative
new center, according to coming with the tactical fight. since the school is to be constructed Great Lakes and cold wave Pont Corp. told the commission
an aide of Sen. George A. I ers next summer was not an entirely with federal warnings were la effect for the lof a huge complex, almost a
New ElementarySchool Smathers, D-Fla. will employ nounced. funds. Dakotas, western Minnesota, 'iys ..If- ontalned city, planned]
highpaid scientists and technici western Iowa and most of eart- for the area around the entrance
ans. I II The school is a duplicate of ern and central Nebraska. to the Badge causeway.

Bids SetBids "Orlando Is a moving town," I the new Cocoa Beach High Hazardous driving conditionswere The property, held by Florida
Brown said. "We've had a Bulletin School which began its opera. widespread in the north National Bank chain a holding

are scheduled to be opened real fine relationship. I couldn't jon this year. The building will central and Great Lakes sec of DuPunt, completely surrounds
Dec. 1 for the new South .help but be sentimental. BRUSSELS (AP) Belgian be fully air conditioned and will tions. the causeway and Includes .

Lake elementary school and the I. Maj. Gen. James E. Roberts, paratroopers are ready to intervene contain a complete high school In Chicago 20-degree weather over 1,600 acres.
additions to Mims ElementarySchooL commander of the air proving if needed to save the livesof layout. The plant is scheduled failed to halt a dozen f i The representative indicatedthat
for opening with the new school gardners from planting 25,000 what NASA decides
ground at Eglin, said the move whites held In + no matter
The school, designed by Lemon at Fort Walton Beach will add the Congo's rebel-held as hostages Stanley- term in September of IMS. tulip bulbs in the snow in the $ to do, return the centerto

and Megglson Architects, "needed flexibility while permitting vine, the government an- Coman and Associates of Day- Grant Park area. Wet streets In the mainland or maintain tu
Titusvllle, is scheduled for opening economies through consoli nounced tonight.A tone Beach are the architects. the city and suburbs produced recent: decision to build It on
In the fall term next year. dation." a few more accidents than usual. r'e government property near Or
Construction of the school plus The base could not say if the foreign affairs ministry This will bring to seven the Winds were up to 40 m.p.h. I sino, the company plans thtI
the additions to the Mims change was part of the major statement said a battalion of I number of public high schoolsIn South Bend, Ind., reported one I development of the area, and hvidicated
school!, will be entirely financed realignment of military Installations Belgian paratroopers was the county not counting the inch of snow In six hours to I I : it would build a tourist
from federal Impact funds ender across the country, since awaiting further orders on the !three Negro high schools which bring the total to five Inches on' center of IU own.
the approval of the Housing the Pentagon did not post Eglin Island of Ascension, off the serve also as Junior high elementary the ground. Eight Indiana traf- The center has been called
and Home Finance Agency. on its list West Coast of Africa. I schools.i fly deaths were blamed on slippery 'extremely vital" to the tourist
roads. There was poor vis- .1' Industry of Brevard, par
bllity in blowing snow hi parts ''J''j. I tlcularty along U.S. 1, and even
t ;
I Cathy Hagler Named Gator Bowl QueenCathy I of sad lower Iowa. Michigan Wisconsin .. ,'. ;' the East Planning Central Council Florida has Regional

Four persons died in Arizona said that the tourist bn>
since an unseasonable storm hit ATTEMPTED BANK ROBBERY -Someone eithera
would be "tremendous"and
Hagler, II, of Titus- the state last weekend. One of I "kd or a person Ignorant of bank procedure" pact have indicated It would bun
vii]., a Jacksonville University ,,. broke into Citizens Bank ,
T"J .;'Pf.q..T." the victims froze to death a me time "early Thurs eflt the entire Cast Central
freshman, has been u.mecIlJU. ,r 'rf .y'. wI& ::1 day", according to bank officials and Lt w. J, Bo (CMrtlmMtf On Pate

1$ Gator Bowl Queen. ; "JI Finance Director: hannon, Tituaville police department Nothing was
__ __ taken, and the only evidence of entry was a broken
Cathy the daughter of Mr i window the south aide
I on of the building and a
and Mrs. E. II. Hagler 107 ,;, : i1 Named For City broken lock on a teller's drawer, according to Bill

Poinsettia Ave., Tttusvffle, win Nevin president of the bank In photo Nevin shows

reign over the 20th Annual Gator \1 where entry was made.-S-A Photo.
City Manager Cleveland Tat

bowl Bowl game festivities Jan 2. and the madge appointment announced of a Wednesdaythe new!" city

"1 didn"aped to get very __ finance director, succeeding Volunteers NeededFor

far when I entered this contest Lee Clay, who resigned to go v

)t., the first thing of this type into private business.
Fve ever entered," Cathy said. 'F 4 4a Jack D. Whams will report .
to duty Dec. 1. He Is presently 21)i
She will receive a 1510 scholarship serving as city clerk-auditor for X-Ray Program oar

wardrobe, formal gown 'the city of Port St Joe.
a trip to New York Dec. M Williams married 14-yean-I I
with the Look Magazine AO- J J'It I'old and his background Includes 19h
American football team, in addition a thorough education In I An appeal for workers In the Brevard County Health Departmeat

to the high honor ,I financial courses: according to. Titawiile area to aid In the TBx along with the Florida

Talmadge. He graduated from .ray program enraMg up ant Mate Board of Health
Jacksonville] q
A native of
Cathy attended Duncan I ,.. ',I Bentley College of Accountingand I' Tuesday.in the Wedmwlay TNiMvtne and area Thursday has The x-ray unit will be in North +!{l 7EB
Financing to Boston graduating -
Jacksonville Brevard next week at the fob
Fletcher High School at .:-..... with honors. Be attended been tovued by !the Beta Sigma
Beach before moving toT -"i towing locations:
U the IBM customer administrative Phi Sorority who are eCJlJperdoIDe
iavtlle. She is a graduate< ofTttasvffie school methods classes in the program. Scotbmoor, Jones Grocery

High ScbooLHvjorie n and has completed three parts The four chapters that make Tuesday at 1-4 p.m. i

Most, a Wyearoldu of the Certified Public Accountant ep the city council of the So Titusvule Negro housing authority. .
aopbomore from Lakeland examinations for the state tartly, Theta Omicron Eta Be l Tuesday, S-l p.m.
Gator Bowl Queen Cathy Hagler! Phi Beta Mu. Miens, Post Office, Tuesday,
** named maid of honor to of Massachusetts. Re also graduated ta. Zl Delta )(11,
Idles RaCer and the three prtn-1 I are Jo MiBer. If. of St Angus-I i and Gloria i the cuBt Uas are JU stndeets. from the U& Army finance are handbag !the work tat the M p.m.
out her court 1 1t One; Mary Grace Zeal, 20, ell|l"acbclMDr of Gruc'1 school. j free chest ways through the (Cewlrwd 0. Pegs 211)

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sap t Tltuivlll., (Fbrldeje) r.Aoocate Friday, November M, 1H4

Titusville (Florida) Star-Ad vocar* STRICTLY I 11 1 Behind The ScenesBy I BOB HUDSON'S

Established 1180 RUSINESSH

oPfoA I ( Reynolds Knight) velopment; adequate traffic MULLET .

Published Mondays, NEW YORK, For customers control and development of the .

70 Wednesday, and Friday George Browne, manager down at Belk-Lindsey's here, In a hurry vending machines full role of downtowns, not only WRAPPER
I ,MLMU1 y By Tlturvill Stir-Advocate. Inc. has been awarded the highest honor In the boy'i wear cigarettes, soft drinks, candy center of government' and administrative

C use O At The Star-Advocate Building Industry. The Boy's Apparel and Accessories Manufacturers and even such soft goods as function
> "
Association has presented it's sixth annual "Green Thumb"to handkerchiefs: hosiery and the SCIENCE IN THE NEWS It was a case of the employer "By whom? asked a husband

grlON 1100 S. Hopkins Ave the Belle organization. It credits Belks! with having contri like. Acceptability of the vend- The U.S. Army dental corps succeeding: the boss when Ed when told that his wile

buted most of the growth of boy's wear industry in 1963. In ing machine and Its multitude still is treating arrow wounds.In Kitties was appointed County was outspoken.
[EMBER; Florida Press An'n; National Editorial A..'. and addition to the local store, all other Belk stores received the of wares has created a market Viet Nam Injuries from arrows Commissioner taking over ClU"I

Asiociated Presi. honor. R. M. Alexander is boy's wear buyer for the local in which sales In 1M4 may and bamboo spears are for the resigning Gus Faulk It hasn't taken popular "

Henry H. Hudson Prit. Hudson Hazel.S. Hudson, Yfce.-Pres. store and the department staff Includes Mrs. Velva Knight, rise u high as $3.1 billion. causing the largest number of this week. zens Bank president Bill Nevis <
Robert H. Secy.-Treas. Mrs. Julia Jones and Brooks Jordan.l.n'l Which Just goes to show what casualties among infantrymen Ed was service manager for long to become a vital cog: in
Henry H. Hudson, Publisher Robert H. Hudson Editor can be done with even the oldest but military oral surgeons are Gus Faulk Chevrolet shortly the wheel that makes things
Lantern Park nice for subdivision
Clreu\'Uol\ a name a
'avid Dunn, Advertising Mgr. S. L. Floyd, Mgr. of ideas. For the basic Idea rapidly developing simple but after World War II and before move in Titusville. Bill is a
Rutherford Classified Adv. Mgr. Marvin Fisher of Fisher Construction Co. Is "bubbling
Raymond B. competent equipment for frontline be went into the real estate member of the Titusville Kiwanis -
of the vending machine goes all
over" these with for Lantern Park
days plans
Second-Class Postage Paid at Tltuavllle, Florida along Carpenter the way back to 215 B.C. when duty Shoplifting is business. Club, is already taking
Road. of 124 Is underway
The development acres now the Greek mathematician Her about to become much tougher.An care of the Chamber of Com-
Subscription Rate: ,the entrance being built, roads are being preparedfor I
Mo. on, generally known as Hero, electronic thief catcher his merce money by serving as
Mo $4.00.1 $2.25
Carrier Home Delivery1 Yr. $7.80 I first
paving, curbs being Installed, and two model homes : Metzger, yearteacher
Mo. Mo. $2.00 coln been developed to wan shop- treasurer, and now replaces
By MaU in Florida 1 Yr. $6.50 e $3.60.3 designed a -actuated device
Outside Florida1 Yr. $7 JO 6 Mo. $1.00 S Mo. $2.50 nearing completion. On the north line of Lantern Park for selling sacrificial water In owners when unpaid-tor merchandise > at Bayview, ran into a James Cooper on the Titusville-
there .Is a proposed '.-..01., 7,000 yard golf course with Egyptian temples. Is taken through the perplexing one the other day. Cocoa Airport Authority. Congratulations

10 acre lake all planned for the recreation for the Today, the 20th Century vend- exit The tiny devise would be Seems as though she has a Bill and we hope

homeowners. North of the golf course, where the propertyruns ing machine is found Just about hidden In the shop's price bulletin board In her room containing your service on the Tl-Co Auth-

EditorialsCitrus near the Intersection of Interstate MS and State Road everywhere, schools, stores fill tags New hope for a useful pictures of the Pilgrims Rock, ority will help bring greater .

41, an area Is being set aside for a big name motel. Moreen ing stations, hospitals and rest life is being offered chronic Mayflower since and Plymouth time is things airwise to this area.

this In the very near future. aurants. Yes, even In restaurants kidney disease sufferers Thanksgiving

Another shopping center In the wind! Emmerich Handler where frequently the through the development of an approaching.She .
thought she was doing a With both motors of his plane
and Murray Kleinmann have recently obtained approval for cigarette sales are made only artificial kidney that can be
dandy Job of teaching about the hopelessly on fire, the pilot
utilized In the
Problems CitedThe a shopping center near the intersection of Knox-McRae Road by machine. successfully to
Pilgrims leaving England showed classic As he
courage. ,
and the extension of Barna Ave. This would be in the Immediate Vending machines, In fact, home. Because it costs much .
seek better of life. his he
a way strapped on parachute,
and be
less to build
are said to have caused the can supervised
vicinity of the new Junior High School, due for con :
by members of the family "Who can tell me the name shouted. "Don't anybody panic, ,
of duties foreign struction early next and Just a short distance from the disappearance of the factoryworker's "
possible removal import on year lunch may become more readily of the ship? she asked. "The I'm going for help. ..
citrus and the increasing deer population were south of Royal Oak's beautiful 18-hole golf course. paiL available Mayflower, that's right." '1

immedi Lyle Shatter of Shatters Plaza Hardware Is a busy Rejuvenation Of Downtown "Where did the Mayflowersail The arrest of the 19-year old
hosted leaders this week as two THINGS TO COME Timed I"
by industry
man these days, not only looking after his store In llg Areas The trend toward ",.. extension cord that automatically from?" Melbourne girl on a charge of
ate problems facing Florida citrus growers. Apple Plaza, but also keeping track of construction of his juvenatlon" of the central city: shuts off light at pre-select- "Massachusetts. No. it landed falsifying statements In regard i ,
Lakeland the Florida Citrus Mutual new store at the of Palm Ave. and Coleman St. in Massachusetts. It sailed
Meeting in corner core has been accelerating the ed time within periods of one i to voter registration, makes one
was told that South Africa is planning a major in- Ground has been broken for the new two-story hardware, past few years, according to minute to four hours. Six-foot from England." 'wonder Just who this young

cVease in its concentrate production capacity andtihat housowaro, and related l business establishment and plans John S. Roberts, vice presi cord operates on 125-volt house "And who came over to"this voter might have cast her ballots -

call for completion Just prior to Christmas. Wo doubt Lyle dent-real estate of the F, W current Darkroom pen, country on the Mayflower? for on November 3. There
Israel can deliver concentrate to Florida at Is making any plans to got In before the Christmas rush, Woolworth Co., who told the useful for doctors, nurses, police "The Beatles" was the answer were active groups behind both

prices competitive with domestic production, even but possibly to move shortly after the first of the year. Urban Land Institute recently and photographers, u well u as Miss Metzger felt a President. Johnson and Senator

after duties are added. Titusville Is "no slacker" when it comes to big dances. In Denver, that "while these others who have occasion to half hour of instruction go right Goldwater and we wonder If

Mutual's board of directors also heard a report The famous Buddy Morrow band will be featured at the forces have been slow in adequate write in darkened places. Low down the drain. she received inspiration for re-

Christmas dance December 5th. Miss Universe and Miss movement, there Is encouraging er part of pen encased in gistering from some of the
that deer are taking a heavy toll of citrus, eating both scheduled evidence of what can to allow soft sheriffs rabid youthful supporters of
U.S.A are to be there. New Year's Eve will transparent plastic The other night a
the fruit and leaves and destroying younger trees find the Dick Trombla quintet furnishing music for another be, and has been accomplishedby red light to flow through department patrol car noticed both candidates.

$d Madill, chairman of the Florida Game and FreshWater big dance. Both are sponsored by the Jaycees. a planned, coordinated effortof Electric wastebasket that a car parked on the grass In
civic and business
Fish Commission,said experiments conducted Brevard National Bank's new building In Indian River "Our has groups. shreds papers u they are die front of the brightly-lighted The writer is gonna to haveto

with repellantl were proving unsuccessful.One Plaza Is coming right along and we're sure that president In the company future of America's ere.tfalth carded. Can also be used as walkway- at Gus Faulk's Chevrolet put out a "S.O.S." next Sun-
Sulllns and his staff forwardto regular, non-shredding basket if be is to be able to
George are anxiously looking day going
instance was cited where deer destroyed moving in. downtown, Roberts said, pointing for waste paper .Dog leash I The deputy stopped, walked participate in the second distribution -
900,000 citrus in single The in- out that while Woolworth with buUtia spring! to take and saw a couple in the ve
seedlings a nursery. Notice the '"Christmas Countdown" on page one of your has been expanding in regional up of the Sabin Oral Vac
strain off animal's sudden lun-
creasing deer population i. welcome news to hunters Star-Advocate each Issue We hope to remind North Brevard shopping centers, it also has hide. cine. Not allowed in a car,
ges or strong pulls. Avoids The in the spottedthe
man car:
but poses as a costly threat to citrus growers residents of the many advantages of shopping in Titusville enlarged and refurbished a chance of dog choking. approaching. we'll find it sorta tough tryingto
deputy closest school and
to our
during the coming days.Congratulations considerable number of down get 4
who faced with fencing them out to protect their hafto
are BITS 0' BUSINESS U.S. "Shay, buddy, whatcha so we're going to ask Herb
to the new Nance's Tire Store at 1514 town stores In the past five
groves.. South Hopkins. Another business for growing Titusvilleand years. controlled maunfacturing plants do to get waited on 'round Johnson, "the ole circulator" to

Import duties, when and if removed from citrus North Brevard.It Mr. Roberts cited six basic abroad set a sales record of $31 here"? make a personal delivery if j .,
billion in 1MI, according to the He thought he had pulled up he is allowed to. Meanwhile we
products, will all but put the citrus industry out of won't be long before the new dining room and loungeat requirements to prevent the decline Department of Commerce, to drive-in restaurant and, in urge the thousands, who participated

Business.\ Competition such as this would pave the Imperial Towers will be open to the public. We anxiouslylook of downtown areas: the which said the new high was a his condition, couldn't tell the in the first round on Sep
need for favorable climate for
way for, with much lower production costs, wouldbe forward to it and to the opening of the Towers Apartments business and to gain of |4 billion over 1M2 difference. tember 17th and October 4th,
Industry assure
and other facilities in the
attractive structures on
American tourists
are spending to take advantage of this one
almost impossible to normal economic growthof
Washington. about $1.8 billion more overseas .
duty and an obligation f is owed to local in- Notice that Plrtto Plaia Shopping Center merchants the community; an effective than foreign visitors are Just thlnkl! U. S. No. 1 has on Sunday.'Tis

duatry ltaxpayeraln this or any industry for as long are gonna give away 10 more free turkeys on November Chamber merchants'of Commerce and spending the U. S. U.S. finally been four-lammed all the not so bad a world
to borderto
organization from the
as they can meet the demand. and import dutiesare 21st. 20 such turkeys were awarded to local people last downtown areas become competitive help. makers of baby food are look way Florida City,Georgia south of Miami. As some would make it;
Saturday. Guess we'll have to In the ing to foreign markets for salesof
get our name pot.Hope But whether good
a prerequisite if this obligation is to be met. In vying for the trade Efforts in four-lantng started
all business efforts &in North Brevard will get behind $300 million In the next 10 Or whether bad
Citrus like other of farming, is a amble dollar; equality of taxation; after World War II, /. spannedthe
type ,
any the move to obtain the MllA postofflce as branch of the zoning regulations and building years. terms of six governors, and Depends on how you take it!

against weather and numerous other unpredictable :''Titusville postofflce. It would be a big feather in our cap if code requirements which guide was built through twelve coun

forces of nature. The odds are too great 'not we can accomplish this. .'.. not stifle commercial de- HAPPY ties. The final segment was Some of our readers might

to have import duties, thus assuring the industry a BIRTHDAY through Stuart, making the wonder why we try to combine

fair price for its products. fully four-landed number 1 high some serious thoughs, a bit of
Letters From Our Readers I Saturday, November 21 way of the nation
in the state. of criticism now and then, with "
Robert Wright some funny stories and jokes.
Only The Rich Can PlayThe Neal Schlndler
Transportation Hub tral Florida."* the focal: point "transportationwise" Frances Hagler The patient glared moroselyat Well, we saw a Danny
Thomas show that expresses
Mr. Editor This applies even more in the of the MILA area. the doctor recently
fast and furious game of politics has definitely : years ahead when the Increased It would certainly seem to me Sunday, November 22 "Now, now," said the medical our feeling exactly. We "
I have Just read your fine mail load In that attempt to bypass this cannot always be serious. We
the increase any
In tone
become one for only the rich. James B. Walker man a soothing ,
editorial concerning the branch cannot always be critical We
highway traffic and what will logical and quite obvious situation "don't look I've had
This restriction, which has been apparent at the post office operation at the Ken surely become a desperate need would not only result In lessened WffliTd Griffis the same illness so glum.myself." cannot always be praising people

national level for some time, has now extended to nedy Space Center. In additionto for an expanded airport opera- efficiency of any project James Wendell Eaves "Sure," moaned the patient. for things. We must have
Mrs. Ernest R. Austin
the higher state offices and even into big city poll all the logical reasons citedin tion, will have to be met. oriented to transportation, but "But you didn't have the samedoctor. laughter.
Wm. S.
your editorial why it should would be initially and continu Doughty ." As Danny so aptly expressedit
tics.- be a Titusville branch office I With the Ti-Co airport almostat ously far more costly to the Kay Hendrix "Laughter, In some instances .'

iIt cost a record $1,217,720( for Haydon Barns to feel there Is one other extremely the west gate to the space taxpayer who, after all, must Johnny Crabtree does a far' better Job

win the governorship of Florida in two Democratic significant point in our favor.A center, with U.S. Highway No. carry the full load for any such Ronald Burchfleld Don't forget If you were born than medicine in healing of the
glance at any highway or 1, Interstate 85, State Road 50 ,undertaking. In November In an even numbered sick. We should never reach
primaries and one general election, reports Associated overall transportation map and surely a direct connectionto Respectfully yours, Meeday. November II year, you must renew the point in our lives where

press.>> The largest previous amount spent for will clearly Indicate that Titus any proposed bee line roadto Donn Searle, President Burrell Thome your drivers license this month.I laughter has no place. When

campaign) expenditures was $768,443 by Gov. Farris ville is the "Hub of the Trans Orlando, together with the Greater Titusville Grant Duff we do we have lost a vital
portation and Communications Florida East Coast Railroad, all Committee of 100 Bobby Ray Roberts Salesman: "I've been tryingto part."
Bryant. System for the entire Kennedy an integral part of the Greater David N. Smith see you for a week. When We agree fully.
The expenses of the recent national election Space Center and this immediate Titusville transportation pattern Thank Mrs. Sidney Levitt may I have an appointment i

get new records on that level, no doubt, and both impact area of East Cen who can: deny hat we are Editor: Mrs. Norris Carlile Executive: "Make a date with: "So you've given up taking
political parties have dared nominate only million I want to thank you for your Judi Miller my secretary." tranquilizers?
STARADVOCATE'SCrossword interest and help in the recent Deck Allen ChapmanMrs. Saleman: "I did, and we hada "Yes,: I found myself being
in this I I
ares century. Sidewalk Art Exhibit at Indian Wilson Strasbaugh swell time, but I still want to I I pleasant to people I shouldn'teven
Tales of rail-splitters like Abraham Lincoln hav River Plaza. The people of Scott Undsey see you.. speak to."

become President of the United States will al* Brevard County need more --.:::-== l

host be classified myths by members the next Puzzle events of this type. /'

generation, along with the tales of Rip Van Winkle I The ladles of IRC Womans
A I Club and especially Mrs.

and the like. ACROSS OWN 11. Biun ,I < the appreciation FUnIt'I'deserve The
'Our prized saying: "It could only happen in Caf.t.rIa L Maker of der ;- county. I look forward to the

America," still applies to many walks of life poli- .Hutenect article I.tiles eouerphon.1.T.I.. AI. Art Show In the spring.P. .
N L Clower, Jr. Happiest
tics, it seems, is not one of them any more. t.PartIcle students co \ ." A I Satellite Bch. .
100I\omtA sharing em- M
room 1Iloy... I
11. sailingt.oa top 21.Borrow : A
Post Election Bomb vise! C.Bark 22.Con Allstate Life Sets

t U.A 12.D.bata 8OU1'ee' fit a.a.step Minute Iklll atella.Uon .......,.. Ln.ehaahleh New Sales RecordThe .
The announcement of Secretary of Defense Rob- opening 23. Ditches fi11v7 t.v
Life Insurance -
ert 1 S. McNamara that 95 military bases and installations U.Peril... .lnclte around 11
18.Pairs ebbs 8.Elde.t sat cubes IL Opera by Company set a new vein record
including certain naval shipyards would be 17.Fortify of French 2.Llk. a GoelbeII. during a r-oint contest

closed was a post-election bomb to many areas. .Organ hearing of 11.8111nto king giant In S2.St.GI'Md7 None rod period, Allstate's President Judson In

The cutbacks are purported to mean $500 million It. Exclama.o temple folklore 13.CitY \a New B. Branch announced to
25.So. AIQ Torlt day.
tine 13.Appearing
savings to taxpayers and most are considered: 20.Crooked u It eaten river 31.Greek t I.U.U. In five weeks it sold $30 7 million

non-essential to our defense effort, but some 83,000 buD: 1S.Doriis : r..ObMm as.Arnencaa face amount of personal -\L\v oforrO .
Bit 29.C\lbkl meter Indian : :
jobs in 33 states and five foreign countries are affected life insurance on individuals.
23.Engine: i a. t e s a t e This is a greater amount than
by the decision. ILOodd Or.ofpeansi / / all but M of the MM other SAVE WHERE YOUR DOLLARS WORK HARDER

one base in Florida, announced to date, isinclude 0 rt I. f0 legal reserve U. S. life companies .

in the cutbacks Orlando Air Force: tt. 5 haped .a .3 issued and placed durIng AND GROW BIGGER- ,

an administrative base which houses molding the entire year IMS.
Base type
27.Mark.ol' 4 If ; .. Allstate also surpassed its IT DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE WHERE. YOU SAVE." i|
Reconnaissance .
squadrons, including ,"1f"
2$.Land ,. own previous sales record. r..
Mats Headquarters, Missile Training, among mesaures. 1 0 a 0 Branch said. The total of $Jtt

others, with a complement of about 6,000 of' te.Bogy of U &I to million is almost double the

facers and men. an.water Astern %: : % amount that was produced la a Jf trot Jfeoeral abing5
U M II' sales In IMS.
% similar period
The base will be converted to a Naval Training 53.Teuurluml
"This acceleration of life insurance
Devices Center, a branch of the Office of Naval 30.Con rnect u ; ,136.R.mala 0 sales continues our and loan Association of Titusville

Research. In addition to research operations it will It / I' afl u, growth rate, which is one of
also and s&:sittingdevice the fastest in the life insurance
operate as a contracting procurement
n 0 M field today," Branch stated. t>eowta...* Office Indian River BreadsWASJUHC1'OJf
3aater. ceub
agency .Mr- II Allstate Life Is a subsidiaryof 14S COQUINA AVE.
'It n AT MAIN N.
These far-reaching cutbacks, no doubt in blueptint 40.Aaected: Allstate Insurance which is

& form prior to the election, were announced after nannen4LAngl. 0 wholly owned by Sears, Roebuck .
the election for obvious reasons. We doubt the by a fault 4\ 41.UoPNe and Co. Allstate Life's: OflN TO I DAILY ALSO TO 7 FRIDAY
0 also offer AOstate Insurance
noble lable of 'cost efficiency' will greatly soothe vela I / li'ui agents for auto family, home Current Dividend. Rate Cm, uiWe4 $en.t.Anwaay j

those directly affected by the order and business I



Friday, N.v.mb.r 20, 1964 Ifar.Advea4 F.H ,

Florida GainsIn I' Mims News I Radio Pettit Course Completes Vaughn Speaks To KiwaniansFrank No WASHINGTON Bomb, Says(AP) U.S.- State

Departmmt officer Hobrt -
Vaughn head of Ben- five owned sutwldlar- pros
Pvt. Overtoil B. Pettit Jr., wholly J. asked about
SenioritySenator. I ( If Mrs. Gladys McUndwi) ing members. Mrs. W. B. on Folsom Read. whose parents live at 1M5 dix Field Engineering Corporation tor IndonwiB win explode
AM7-U4I Mrs. I the business meetingthe here, WM of honor W report
I Jones, Mrs. Esther Keefe During Tudor Lane, TlttwvUle completed guest Vaughn report about i percent nuclear device next ,
a year
George Smathers Hats Te S. S. Class John Taylor, Mrs. Courtney group discussed plans for a field radio equipment at Monday night's< Khvmts Clubmeeting of last year's IRIS millions said that he had DO-
and seven Florida members of The Porter, Mrs. Julian Kaiser, their Christmas party, also aided repair course at the U. S. at Whispering Hills 'tes were for defwwe W mid- such Monday information.
the House of Representatives School Class Progressive of Sunday Mrs. Roscoe Shealy, Mrs. L. L.Cantrell in the purchase of blue Army School.: Europe, In Mur- Country Club. tary purpmww with the other 36 He pointed out that a small
win move up In seniority on Church Mims Methodist and guest Mrs. Joseph Jeans for the children of the I nau. Germany. Nov. 13. Mr. Vaughn outlined the history (per comet going to commercial atomic reactor Indonesia received -
when Congress met In monthly session Anidlo Bass and Children's Home. I of Bend UHM. The commercial
their committees Mrs. Robert Baptist During the course lYUit received !! Corporation from were
in the home from the United Statesis
In January- of Mrs. L. L. Lorrie. I the time Vincent Bendix such\ Items as automotive
convenes daughter Instruction emigrated
in the
principles .
Cantrell Mrs. J. of mat-
Those were "incapable producing
on Tuesday evening, present
will up brakes and all radio
Sen. Smathers move of electricity radio fundamentals from Europe "with little placed In
17. Mrs.
Nov. E. Johnny
one position on the Democratic I S. S. Class Misting : Boatwright procedure of alignment more than change In his Ford Motor Company products. AUTHOR, BOTANIST 01 IS
The Hinchman, Mrs. Dennis Pentz,
side of the Foreign Relations meeting was called to order Mrs. J. T. Shealy, presidentof and general trouble shootIng pockets and a mind brimming SANTA BARBARA Calif.,
by the President, Mrs. John Mrs. Crawford Drake Mrs. En. Jack Larks! vice president
with the departureof the Young Married Womens with Ideas" to Its current .
Committee of AM and FM radio sets up ore ( AP) Donald Cuirass Peat
Humphrey to become vice- Taylor. Mrs. Charles F. Smith Sunday School Class of the, nls Proctor Mrs. Ronald Pine. Nut Sanitation _of 17 divlttkmii ands. or the Klwania evening group, tie M, an author died Monday
and Mrs. a radio
the Mrs. Janice Folliet, repuriman In
gave devotional entitled
president.Representatives. First Baptist Church ''of Mums, remlmkxl all members that I the after a long lIlneM. Peatti, a
benefitting "Love," which included scrip Buddy Wlmmett, the hostess Company A, 1st Battalion of c. i I
was also hostess at their second second dMlribulion of SaMn oral botanist l wrote more than two.
from election defeats and voluntary tore prayer and a poem. class meeting on Monday served cake and punch following the 4th Infantry Division's 34th The 1S-yesr-old soldier attend-1 i I vaccine will be given out this kiwi b..ks. moNt of them dealIng -
retirements include: After a progressive business evening, Nov. II at her home the meeting. Infantry near Augsburg, Germany ed Titusville High School and I Sunday. Nov 22, and anked eachto I with natural wonders. He
Rep. William C. Cramer, who hour, the hostess entertainedwith I entered the Army In was employed by E and S. Sin be at his aligned station also had horn a roving editor
will advance to the No. 1 GOP a short program on the I Suspect USSR Blast February 1964 and received I clair Service Station before entering during the same hours workedon for Header's Digest since 1943.
position on the Public Works theme of Thanksgiving. The VFW Poppy Sales I basic training at Fort the Army. I,I Sept. 27. He was burn In Chicago.
___. _
center attraction of WASHINGTON AP The
Committee, with the retirementof the living ( ) -- ---- h
Rep. James C. Auchlnclossof room was an artistic display Atomic Energy Commission
New Jersey; Cramer also table with the book of Psalms Said SuccessfulThe announced Monday it had recorded _._
gets the third GOP spot on the and a sentence prayer of seismic signals from AVAILABLE NOW! .
Judiciary Committee, since Thanksgiving the focusing fact annual sale of "B u d d y the Soviet nuclear test area [All New Vol. 3
William E. Miller, vlce-presl or. A decorative turkey en- Poppies" held Friday and Sat. which apparently Indicated an --- -
dential candidate, did not seek dried with Autumn leaves, urday, Nov. 13 and 14 was a underground nuclear test.
reelection.Rep. ripened fruits of nuts, oranges, huge success. Commander Miles *
Charles E. Bennett will persimmons and pumpkin denoted Hollingsworth, Titusville Post The AEC's terse announcement Q ,
move up to 7th place on the the harvest. A vase of 4228, Veterans of Foreign Wars said the signals came ? ti 11't3tdll IL1N 'll IIItI t111'.t iT'f.t..to ,e
Armed Services Committee as Chrysanthemums in bronze reported. It was a complete sell from an "event" in the Semlpalatinsk -
a result of the retirement of and yellow colors completedthe out and the funds raised will be region. Later an AEC ;Uo IIC.. a. ,iI.rllts'
r Rep. Carl Vinson of Georgia decor. used for relief work among lo spokesman said: "The absence Jt oBERt lL 12-Inch, Long-Playing
'* 'and the defeat of Rep. Arthur The guests were invited into cal veterans. of acustic signals indicates It
,"'instead of Mississippi the Florida room for refreshments (the shot) happened under
The officers and members of Chrrosimas
Rw Bob Sikes will move up of pumpkin pie with ground. .
to 8th place on the Appropriations whip cream, mixed nuts and the Post and Auxiliary would tN
Committee because of the lime mints, with coffee or Iced like to thank Mayor Bill Walkerof Church Of God ., .'
retirement of Rep. Harry Shap- tea. The door prize was won Titusville for permitting themto C g
pard of California. by Mrs. Tom Price. hold the sale, the newspapers Mims :_ aiIr@Y-f I
will become for their generous publicity cove ,
Rep. Claude Pepper Those in attendance were
Services for Church of God,
also the radio station for;
No. 12 Democrat on the Mrs. Grover Wright, Mrs. John erage 4
their time. also would like Mims, Rev. Kyle H. Bryan, :1 \y *
They : pastor
Banking and Currency Committee Taylor, Mrs. Charles F. Smith, y ADB
as a result of the retirementof Mrs. John Schneider, Mrs. to thank the merchants who allowed are announced as follows: M >> 9JHnn!

Rep. Albert Rains of Ala Esther Keefe, Mrs. Julian Kaiser the use of their display Sunday: Sunday School, 10
bama. Mrs. Bernard Roberts, Mrs. windows for the posters, Mr. a.m.; Morning worship, 11 a.m.; + BOYcuolI Hi-Fi Sterso
will E. B. Ptrtle\ for the use of his L ut t or
C. 7
Rep. James Haley Tom Price, Mrs. LIllie Stott, : Evening worship, p.m. :
gain the third spot on the Dem Mrs. J. W. Erwin, Mrs. W. S. i store for headquarters and all :-
the citizens for Youth service, 7
their ,
ocratic side of the Veterans Affairs Austin an dthe hostess
Committee with the de I contributions p.m.
parture of Rep. Elizabeth Kee
Lillian R. Britton Circle
of West Virginia. SQ.t10, IJI
Rep. Billy Matthews will be Mrs. Leonard Gaetano was FOR SALE I

the the ninth Agriculture ranking Committee Democrat with on ton hostess Circle to at the her Lillian home R.on Wednesday Brit.. TANGELO ORANGE TREES I Features Gordon MacRae, Martha Wright, Franco Coref!?,

the retirement of Rep. Lester afternoon, Nov. 18. Roberta Peters and the Columbus Boychoir with the
ALLIO IN BURLAPApproximately
Johnson of Wisconsin and the Circle chairman Mrs. John Firestone orchestra and chorus. 17 all-time favorites
c Taylor presided over a short 4 Ft. Tall I
defeat of Rep. George,, Grant of
'Including "White Christmas", "S vcr Bells", "Sleiflh Ride",
business A Phone
Alabama. meeting. program e Delivered To Your Door QualityComparablo,
Rep. Paul Rogers will advance based on "Thanksgiving" was Saturday Only. 267-2845 "Av Maria" and 13 others. \f.
",'' to the 11th Democratic presented, with each member e Guaranteed 30 Days l'
participating In the DON'T MISS THIS OUTSTANDING OFFER .we have ..H'a .
position on the Commerce Com program. 3.98 and
mltte with the defeat of Rep. The hostess and her daughter Cash On Delivery $3.50 ea. big supply, but expect a sellout. Get your copy of *.
Kenneth Roberts of Alabama. served pumpkin pie with ice this exclusive Firestone custom recording now. 4.98 Albums
Rep. Edward J. Gurney will cream and coffee, to the follow.I .
four notches 8th I
advance to --- -
Republican on the Science and NO NEED TO GO 1a
Astronautics Committee with
the defeats of Reps. J. Edgar ALL
Chenoweth of Colorado, William Full doubt. raise with contour cevnoeaMmchln.
K. Van Pelt of Wisconsin, FOR RADIO b TV TUBES and PARTSA wm.h.lole, II/ht 1 mttomatr0lhermalal
Walter Rtchlman of New York control. Blue,gr n, pink,
Nw Service For, Your Electronic Needs I* here In TliuivllleJustyourstyle '
and James D. Weaver of Penn. I .9N hlgti 11 ilia

2504 S. Hopk'n.' Avenue Ilene 267-5211 EYln
worship will be held -cbntrolled.fc4m dm alNUld

' at t and 11 a.m., and church ,- Blue ADodlled RadIo Antenna T. Fine ......,, ..,. --- .IJmdyJabrlcdiai conrnuL .,
school is planned for 10 at the .Weigh only 3 pounrfo
Mims Methodist Church.A mot'; .. '.," II low a S7.S0 (DXA.U) U. i \ r .Switches: InaUuuntodry h'gm' s ,99) i ip

special assembly will be leek k r 141-129 "lf'ciiN I4 to Jis ,
scheduled for Sunday morningat ,. ........... Resister, Cap.elbrs k?
10.30, concerning Thanksgiv FerHIFI _
ing. Syshml '. Turn Table
Methodist Youth Fellowship 0.7 mil diamond, The
Sp.akna Ant.nn.
If ;c- f
\ will meet Sunday at 6 p.m. and response .30,000 Hardware ANDI
30 db channel
evening worship is planned for separation i Stock M.nlNo.
7 p.m. M.080. Get OD Our Mailing LI.tr BICYCLE Motorcycla simulated
I Monday night Is the annual fin. ,?, sound rl. 81,.
Father and Son Banquet, sponsored $19.95 Send for .ur b15 parts safalegANAVERALELETRONIS djuatmant for rowing ;
by the Methodist Men, 39"NO chides IM with flam
and on Wednesday night at 7:15: fI!_:* on fandan. (U.

is Bible study. ( ( AMD1SUPERMARKET M'm8 MONEY DOWN liluatrtlad)
Adult choir practice will be
I' 8 lteehtsa d.l.aurarhmn.psbrliliummuttfender..
held at
Wednesday evening
2504 I. Hepklns Avenue ItHvdii roister br k., twin haaxlhfhU and FlrnUtn $1999
and the Jr. Choir will practice Member of BIG 2500 Shipping Canter *hit.w.ll BpMd Cushion tin*. lioy'i model la Work
Saturday morning at '::30. wiib earl trim; aid'* amid i* mi with wMU Uia
and J4-. 3', nip MONIY DOWN
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Factory, fncuwd for fII'rtort ,
I "65 Dodge Polara. A big handsome hunk of machinery that'sraising sort pk'ture.while. T.ke.adorM.rp maul| 'J 4

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clean, distinctive. Inside inches bigger than last year. Auk bulba, roll "m 111m' : -, o '" Onlj I

c1 Quicker, too. With a 383 cu in. V8, standard equipment that a 4CMEitr

likes regular gas best. Climb in and take a look around. S 'II' large ip..'"r for hi M.bly $Z 3 88
$69 reception' ftaluro ha...., .llk'hell l I
Appointments and trim that you would expect onlyon I- .,
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more expensive cars. 10trla ::1 ""he ,.,phon. for private listening. 1,25 week

Nicest thing about the '65 Dodge Polara. If the looks spirit '" ., -...-

Y and luxury get you going, the price won't slow you down.

d Dodge comes on big for '65.Why not come '

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Attend Beach Deanery Daytona I ..-- 'rouna' town ii

Mrs. C B. Talmadfe, Mrs. .
r4:7J: 9 27 With News And NoteeI I
g 1 Orel D. Orvis III, Mrs. Charles

t, Of North Brevard Williams, Mrs. Anthony Tartaglla I barbara car/on
and Mrs. Beth Scoble attend. i Phone 267-3994 wit

ed the Daytona Beach Deanery

I Meeting at Holy Apostle Episco I "Project Cheer," which provides .
pal Church In Satellite Beach. Eta Eta Chapter of Beta five homes on display. Among
Thursday Nov. 12. Sigma Phi members held their those attending were Mary Christmas gifts for patientsin

I I Pledge Ritual last night with six Massey, TI Garden Club president Florida mental hospitals

The Rev. Lee M. Rose Vicar lovely new members taking partin ; Martha Salter, Bea Gould, Mrs. Ned (Gloria) Rust,, club 0

celebrated Holy Communion at the Impressive ceremony.The Millie Ramsey Mary Carter president, opened the luncheon

SchlueterOrrVows 1:30: a.m. and following the beauty of this traditional Helen Dolfls, Kitty Goethe Blnk meeting and Mrs. Gammon,

service the churchwomen of I ceremony was enhanced by can. Grins, Joyce Rice, Polly club chaplain, presented the de 0Ii

Holy Apostle served homemade dleUght, dancing softly around Miller Helen Feagan, Cathy votional. To begin the business
coffee cake bread and rolls
SolemnizedIn with coffee ,in the Parish HalL the room among a gorgeous arrangement Spencer, Jody Herrin and many portion of the meeting alter
of yellow roses and others. lunch, the minutes were read
The meeting was opened by button mums. by Mrs. Jeff (Susan) Holland, wI

Mrs. R. D. Phillips\ Deanery Jo (Mrs. Jack) Robinson served We have a new citizen 'round Recording Secretary. Reportsby I:
beautiful 4 o'clock Gretchan Ann
a : ceremony Director, who introduced the refreshments of cake, decorated 2nd vtce-president Mrs. Kos-
town! The lovely Sonla (Mrs.
Schlueter became the bride of Gordon Neil Orr, Sat- Rev Alex Dean of t h
Boyer, e with yellow roses and "Eta Willie) Rlsner of Vista Terrace takos on membership and the
urday, Nov. 14, with the uncile of the bride, Fr. W. Daytona Beach Deanery. Dean Eta Welcomes You", coffee, traveled to Orlando Wednesday Treasurer, Mrs. E. (Helen) ft

Sumner Ferguson, rector of St. Gabriel's Episcopal Boyer brought greetings and a mints and nuts. to take the Citizenship Test Hermanson, followed. 't1J

Church, administering the sacrament of holy matrimony. message from Bishop Loutltt, Service chairman, Posy Harmon and passed with flying colors Hospitality chairman, Mrs. 1JI
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen concerning the Diocesan Expansion collected contributions fora
(red, white and blue of course). James (Diane) Fisher, presented -
Robert Schlueter of Titusville, and the bridegroom, Program. Each Church was Thanksgiving basket as well Friend, neighbor and sorority the guests:, Mrs. Theodore

formerly of Titusville, now residing in Orlando, is the asked to put this Item In their as Christmas gifts which will be sister of Sonia, Elnora (Mrs. (Connie) El HaJJ of Mims and 11 r

ion of Mr. Dewey Orr, Memphis Tenn., and Mrs. Lucille budget and all members were distributed to mental health patients Larry) Robinson, went with her Mrs. Markle of Indian River a
Columbus. Miss.The asked to pledge with this in at the stat hospital by
Orr.- i for the test and was amazed at City. f

bride was radiant as she centerpiece of while chrysanthemums mind. Project Cheer the rigid questions and at how Mrs. Thomas (Rena) Perkins f
Rev Knox Rector of
slowly walked down the aisle was flanked on either Brumby, New members receiving the fast Sonla responded with the reminded members that the

leading to the altar. She was side with tall three branched St. Marys Church, Daytona pledge ritual from president answers. next luncheon will be held on 0r

beautifully gowned in a formal candelabra. The three tiered Beach, who was a delegateto Mary Lou Pierce were Vivian Sonla met and married Williein December 9 and
General Convention told of I Wednesday, ,
dress of peau de sole and re- wedding cake was served by Pitts Sue Sander, Jessie Pick- her homeland of the Domin announced the location Whispering -
embroidered alencon lace with Mrs. W. Sumner Ferguson. The the many issues before the convention ett, Ruth Hudson, Betty Me- ican Republic and moved here I Hills Club.as The

a fitted bodice of lace with a bridal table was also draped and the many dinners Gaughey and Joyce Pridgen. three and one-half years ago. will Country feature a Chinese (
Sabrina neckline and short with white satin gathered in soft scheduled each evening. Guest speaker for the evening They have three children, all auction of Christmas decora!

sleeves. Two lace panels extend. olds, edged with white pecot The Cathedral of St. John was vivacious Goldie (Mrs. A. born In the U.S., Byron, Jennifer lions made by club members, afc 'f.
The would be the Presiding
ed from a Dior bow at the ribbon, tied in.lovers knots and Sea if J.) Dean advisor for the and Cynthia. Congratulations I well as vocal selections by M*s. '
waistline down the entire caught up at each corner with Bishop's approvedby group who was presented a to our newest citizen. Clare Simms.
length of the chapel train. A dainty nosegayi. the Bishop of New York. lovely corsage of yellow roses. .

triple bow of peau de sole and After the reception, the couple The five speakers Diocesan Goldie spoke on her fascinating Two special events coming up Mrs. Joseph (Margaret) Ken a
to the Triennial Meet. that she had met
lace held the veil of English il left for an undisclosed: destination Delegates travels abroad, delighting! Junior School nedy a
... .. "..wMrs. r1 Ing in St. Louis, Plo, were Mrs. members with an account of a at Parkway High ,with the winner of the club's j
luslon. and will be at home in Or- next month. First will be a talent
James G. Bartley of Orlando, sea from Nov: York to scholarship, Miss June Skro- ,
ando after Nov. 28. Cordon Orr voyage for all the students on J b
The bride carried a graceful .
Diocesan ECW President; Mrs Turkey the Dean's lived there back of Titusville, who is studying (
of white roses Dec. 11 with prizes for the top I
bouquet A. Travers Ewell of Miami a for three years while A. J. was nursing at Daytona Beach a
Interspersed with tiny green Dillon board member of Womens stationed with the Navy for the winners. Any PJH student interested I Junior College, and has arranged
leaves and Jones In entering the contest I
velvet garlandsof
rose Work on the Executive Council; Joint American Military Mission 1 to have her as a guest at
white satin ivy, as she met : t. should register In the office. S
I Mrs. Grady L Crawford of Coconut for Aid To Turkey. It seems the December luncheon so
her bridegroom and stood be :; On Dec 14 221 members of s
Grove, Diocesan Secretary the first three days of the voyage members may meet her
the school's chorus plus
the altar. EngagementAnnounced groups
fore of Christian Education; the sea was quite rough other students will Mrs. Rust reminded members 1't
The altar was illuminatedwith Mrs. Donald Bell of Lantana and Goldie, who doesn't claim numerous that they are welcome to at-
of Bethlehem"for 1
an arch of lighted tapersIn and Mrs. Wellington Howard of to be a seaman, found it a little present "Manger tend the executive board meet
the PTA meeting. J
a brass Cathedral candelabra. Lake Wales, Fla., all spoke on difficult to manage with the Ings of the club held the first
This will be beautiful -
a presentation
Tall pedestal baskets held mae the theme of mutual responslbll- rolling and tossing of the ship. choral Wednesday of each month at 10
with speaking
live arrangements of white Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Arnold Ity and interdependence, mutual But she did make like a real Carols and favorite a.m. in the Friendship Room of C

gladiolus and chrysanthemumsflanked Dillon, 25 Christmas Hill, TItus. r caring and sharing.At seaman and eat all her meals Christmas First Federal Savings Loan. t

the altar where arrangements vllle, announce the engagementof the United Thanking Of. (eat them we said). Her first the school Christmas children.songs Director sung by of She also announced that Wel- 8J

of pyramid candelabra their daughter, Roslan\ M. feting Service, certificates were trip to the dining room was Miss Esther Roberts come Wagon pins were avail-
the show is -
and ferns completed the "Pan a" to Kenneth J. Jones, presented( in the amount of $4- quite humorous, since: they Rhodes and able to members and that an ( .A i 8
with Kathy
background. White satin ribbon son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira J. 7W.921.51, which was a 10 percent I found each table covered with a order would be placed for 1 r
!bows> attached to a garland of Jones, Plant City, Fla. *" ..,gP1M, increase over the amount I wet table cloth.: Just at the Carol for the as production accompanists.will them. 1
ferns marked the pews along Miss Dillon was graduated In 1M1. The Diocese of South point of being upset over this and Welcome Wagon hostess Mrs. < f
be by L. Andrew Young
the aisle to the white bridal prie from Herndon High School, ; Florida was 6th with 1157,412.34, unusual occurance, a ships Doug (Ruth) Barnhart introduced 1
the school's art departmentThis
lieu centered In front of the al llerndon, Va., attended Southern following Pennsylvania New mate told them it was to help show will be in the Mrs. Eleanor Armbruster, Ii'J

tar.The Missionary College in Chattanooga qw York, Los Angeles and Massa. keep the silverware on the ta school gym on a new portable co-owner of One Red Rose gift

matron of honor, Mrs. Tenn., University of ..,.. chusetts. bles.Goldie stage. The stage: Is in 24 sec. shop, who presented the door 'J
Jefferson D. Wlngfleld Jr., and Florida, Gainesville, and is .. ',' r Most of the Parishes and Mis also told of several lions which can readily be prize, a colorful decorator (
the Junior bridesmaid, M I II I presently attending Brevard t ., dons were represented by trips to her homeland of Finland used in three tiers for the bandor candle, to Mrs. Rose Streepy.

Kathy Ferguson, cousin of the Junior College, Cocoa. Churchwomen and clergy with where the Dean's adopted as one or more levels for a The program was in chargeof
bride, both wore identical floor She I II the granddaughter of h: 'J.9'1 $ "ti.iIi the attendance at the Deanery their first lovely daughter, production. Sounds like a 1st vice-president, Mrs. Mike
with Mrs. C D. Dillon of \. "-. n as 114. Karlina. When left Istanbul stage
length empire gowns emerald Rocky W, ; '<1'." Meeting being reported they marvelous addition to the (VI) Bramhall. J
green velvet bodice and Mount, Va. .'tt' ', The meeting adjourned after on their return flight to the schoolA r

willow green crepe skirt. The Mr. Jones was graduated from .. t '. the Service of Renewal and states, Goldl and A. J. had a
headpiece was an emerald green Plant City High School, Plant V .,. .. <" 1.1 Dedication, selected and author. close call. Very near the demonstration of how to Dr. Robert Stiff has oponod I'r

latin Dior bow. City, Fla.,. and attended Florida ,.. ,,1. ,'I:.1f ;; ,' ized by the Presiding Bishop, "point of no return" (halfway to "bake- -OWn" permanent hit office for Mn practice ofdentistry I'C

The matron of honor carried Southern College, Lakeland, L{ .. for use in connection with the their destination) the pilot discovered flowers your was the highlight of the tI'

I cluster of white carnations and Shorter College, Rome, Ga. ,o"'f'ir" .." :i. .: Joint Sessions of General Con engine trouble turned November luncheon of the Gate it 3il' South Hop. )

Outlined with green velvet He is a member of Phi Mu Alpha ., ::;" .,': >->' ,.. vention dealing with Mutual Responsibility back and landed In Shannon, way Welcome Wagon club on klni Avonwt. Houri art 1:30. f

leaves, featuring a long curved and Phi Delta Tau fratern Ireland. They had a six hour Wednesday, Nov. 18, at the 1:00 Mon through Frldoy.Soturdoyt v

latin wrapped stem with tiny ities. He is presently a memberof wait before another plane arrived Torch Club. by .ppolntmont.Ttltphono .

white florets and velvet leaves the 538th Air Force Band at Lamplighter Class and flew them on the New Mrs. Velma Watson and Mrs. ft

created to resemble a larn sin. Patrick Air Force Base. York. The final phase of her Mildred held members 247-43J5.

lIe flower, designed simlllar to _.,.. ,-, ,. Holds MeetingThe talk was on the "why and howtos" spellbound Tully as they deftly broil
the flowers the bride carried of getting a passport, the
leaves in a portable 7P
debutante.The Pink Lady ScheduleThe Mill kotltn M. Dillon Lamplighter's Class of the Immunization, etc. ed rotisserie plastic and fashioned them i,

bouquet of the junior Pink Lady Schedule for young married people's de. into life-like plants and flowers, TWAA4.
of First
bridesmaid the partment Baptist Several members of Ti. '
was same, only
Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital Church met Tuesday evening, tusvllle Garden Club drove to other floral arrangements JJ
In mlnlaturt.
The bride's mother wore a week of Nov. 22-28, Is as P. T. A. County Council Nov. 17, In the home of the Cocoa Wednesday to take the around the room attested to arti the
these aJaoHFLOR'
skill of professional
lylized pommclla corsage and follows: president, Mrs. Sue Hartley, Cocoa-Rockledge Tour of Homes J

the corsage of the bride.groom's Sunday, Nov. 22 Morning:: UO Carle Hill Road. sponsored by the local Garden sans.Another feature of the program & IF

mother was of white I P. Wilson, T. Wilson, L. Rash; Plans Session Monday"P.T.A. Mrs. Pat Haynes opened the Club there. They stopped by was a turkey donated by GREENHOUSE
with devotional Reports the Garden Center for refreshments r
Carnations.The afternoon M. N. Cason; evening new Ph. ,.
: the A. It P. and won by Mrs. AM 7-44M
bride was given In mar. : H. Conner, C. Whalen, C. versus School PoUt possible change In by-laws, wen given by officers and '. before touring the James (Jeanette) Kostakos. 40* N. Dixlo Hwy (U. S. 1)) I

rlage by her father. Best man I Williams cy" will be the topic discussed Mrs. Bert Cass, president, has plans were made for visitation' Five pine-cone turkeys used as INDIAN kiVIR' CITY .

was Jefferson W WIngfield Jr.. at the Nov. 23 meeting of the announced that only those and community mission proj Blanton Park Site the theme for the Thanksgiving j
Ind ushers were Robert Doyle Monday, Nov 23 Morning: P.T.A. county council. schools paying their council ects. The class drew names for decorations tak "
were ,
L. Willis L. Jones, M. Eakin; I secret Of Rec. ClinicsThe luncheon
and Peter Schlueter. Registration will start at 7 dues by Dec. will be eligible Mrs. Arthur )
evening: R. Williams, E. Stout, and A covered dish supper will en home by lucky
A reception Immediately fol for awards scholarship C"FtT. I
with the call to order at William
Flrtion Mrs.
being Pat ]
p.m. Cheerleading Clinics ( )
S. Shaver fund be held at the church on Dec. 18
towed the participation.
ceremony at Whispering 7:30.: Delaura Junior High for members and their families conducted by the Recreation (Gladys) Bell, Mrs. John (Lou) )
Hills Country Club. The Tuesday Nov. 24 Morning: school P.T.A. of Satellite Beach send held Mrs. Howard I
Every local unit should I After Ue meeting delicious refreshment Department, will be Gammon e .
bridal memory candle glowed F. Young, L. PetUt: F. Tuten; will be host at least four delegates and its were served by the at Blanton Park for the remainder (Elaine) Horn and James

softly ai guests entered and afternoon: F. Thompson, C. Louis Coleman, former president to the four annual hostess. of the l-weeks course. The (Becky) Markle. ,

signed the bridt's book attend.. Thompson; evening: L Barnes, P.T.A. president and school council meetings. An attendance Members present were: Mrs. first class was held at Parkway It was voted to forward the /l Hear f
ed her aunt Mrs. E. H. Ankcrson
by of Iowa. J. Archer, J. Wilson. board member, and Mrs. Rouel plaque Is presented each Margie Roberts teacher, Mrs. Junior High School. donations from the drawing toBY \
The beautifully appointed buf Wednesday, Nov. 25 Morn Platt, a past preslcdnt of Harbor year at the awards banquet to Sue Hartley. Mrs. Kay Hadley, 299]
City P.T.A. who has twice thes association with the large Mrs. Ann Blackburn Mrs.
fet table was centered before Ing: E. Bamforth, L. Estrada; I Mary
attended summer P.T.A. institute number of delegates present at Sue Lovegreen, Mrs. Mae W I II.I I
the mantle banked with white afternoon: V, Cass, L. BrownIng -
gladiolus chrysanthemums and ; evenllJ.: Phelps, T. will pose as experts. They council meetings. I Dame, Mrs. Margaret Russell POPULAR DEMAND !

"'rns. Mrs. W. H. H. Bennett Howard. will be questioned by Mrs. All principals are Invited to. Mrs. Pat Haynes Mrs. Becky

and Mrs. John Churchwell served Thursday, Nov. 28 MornIng Hugh Evans, vice-preddent of I the November meeting so that Unite and Mrs. Hyldrlth Mer

punch from the long table, I : P. Short, H. Bailey; evenIng Harbor City P.T.A. \they can develop better workIng rill.\

draped with white satin and : B. Simmons, J, Goodcn. This program has been scheduled ; relationships with their "THEWESTERNAIRES"

held with nose The in response to requestson local units.
tiny .ys. Friday. Nov. 27 Morning:
D. Stout;; afternoon: M. Salter, the evaluation slips at past Jeans JewelryVM
council Mr. Coleman
W. Whalen; evening: J, Hughes meetings.
Whispering Oaks
J. Moore. and Mrs. Platt will attempt to See The

Garden Circle To Saturday, Nov. 28 Morn. clarify the responsibilities and Star AdvocateFor CELESTEI 10 PUCE SOFA BED
limitations of the school administration -
Meet Nov. 24 log: S. Cault; afternoon: B. teacher Group Valu -4U3.95
Ziegler, V. Jodis; evening: L parent- Your
associations. from
The Whispering Oaks Garden Rash, R. Martin, P. Stamp. Questions l
the floor will be heard. Needs!
Circle will meet Tuesday Nov. Printing will Play At The
On the business agenda Is a
]4, at 1:30 am. at the home of
Titusville P.T.S.A.
Mrs. A. G. Roman, 1887 S.

Smith Drive with Mrs. Richard' Hears CounselorsThe AMERICAN LEGION

Ruffe: as co-hostess. !
Mrs. Morey Bruner and Mrs. Titusville Parent-Teach

Jack Filey will be In charge of Student Association heard

the program, entitled "Growth some Interesting reports this I FRIDAY and
and Culture of Orchids." week from the Guidance Coon and USED FURNITUREand 10 PC. BEDROOM ]I

telors on Scholarships. APPLIANCES! Group Value 149.9SJ

SON TORN Alice C. Conner and Gerald
L Talley ge these interesting WE BUY. i
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Sease
reports at the regular monthly nun
announce the birth of a son. meeting ...u. .. .,_ J
Craig, born at Jess Parrish TRADE. ..

Memorial Hospital last Monday '.1 l.".....t .,.. WIY"! 9 9'TIL 2 ,
The Infant weighed seven and SELL! Sit NI'ICT CIVTI Ol"0.0KfiLO I ITI ff\

pounds, 11 ounces. _

'F.r liner i .......... (THEY ARE NOW ON THEIR 21 PC.Valu.DINETTE JUSMATHER

BAKE SALE Hair Care REFRIGERATORS t.'.-.-=-....,... JOTH WEEK) Group -

WodMtdoy. Nov. U Raymond'sIiAUTY $25 ........--
and up '"
t KM
BIG APPLE Lour4olI. t- GUARANTEED2S10 HALLMARK: CARDS I All Ltglorutrrts and their

SHOPPING and at 1174181 SUPUIISIf Guests Art Welcome! Or HEW SMYRNA
Canal St.
PIRTLE PLAZA Ii Apple Plot : TitvivilU 514 GA ...IS1

Nov,mb r 28. 1H4 TltutvlHt (florid.) St.r-Ac'nuf. hN'.

.' 0#..* "' \ ... .1 Community Loan Closet


t, ; .J I tl' : For North Brevard AreaThe


'rp.U \ Brevard Home Nursing while project, or desiring to

Council announced the organization donate money toward the purchase .

i of a Community Loan / of needed articles are
Closet for the North Brevardarea. asked to please contact one of

I' Newcomers Install At j A .local committee Is collect the Mrs following C. W. :Danenburg Mid,

Ing articles to be used In home AM7-5970; Mrs. Robert Elder,

{ care of the sick and disabled Brevard County Health Dept
Whispering Hills Country Charles Shackleford, vice president of Florida These articles will then be Titusville, AM7-WM; Mrs. V. B.

dub was the scene of Florida I dent; Mrs. Gary Taylor, presl.1 Service Mrs Betty R loaned out as needed without Conkling, Titusville, AM7-37.
tary: Mrs Russell Overholt, Arrangements will be madeto
Club charge.
Greeters Newcomers Jo Parker, Mrs.
treasurer: Mrs. Glen Crow; corresponding I have articles picked up by
of Any individual or organization
luncheon and installation new. Mrs. Helen
Secretary; Mrs. Vivian calling any of the above.
ly elected officers, Wednesday, McFhlllips, Service chairman Viola Christenson, Mrs. J having equipment such as Anyone desiring to donate
wheel crutches, or
Nov. 18.Mrs. ; Mrs. Clarence Bowles, Zanetta, Mrs. Christine sick room articles which could any money, please make checks
Fannie Hale, secretary Ways and Means chairman; Mrs. Dee Kestler, be donated toward this worth. payable to Brevard Home Nursing
'treasurer of the Florida Greet Mrs. Robert Harvey, Program Mrs. Viola Trice, Advisory Council and mall
ing Service Inc. was the installing chairman; Mrs. Robert Mantz, Stevens, Mrs. Bea checks to Brevard County
'officer.As Social chairman and Mrs. Greg- Betty Jo Hardman, : Lockheed Wives Health Dept., 524 Palm Ave..

each new officer held a ory Steele, Publicity chair Decker, Mrs. Louise Enjoy LuncheonThe Titusville (Designate on check
gold ribbon attached to the man. schmidt, Mrs. Laura for use In North Brevard Atrn

heart of a map of Florida, she I The centerpiece of gold Mrs. Inez Crocker, Lockheed Wives enloyed also, If desired t flip w *

was read the duties of her of. mums, donated by Fran Parte- Leblecz, Mrs. Frances a most Interesting and Informative can be designated tnir i u--
fice. Each in turn was presented low of Flowers by Fran, was Mrs. Helen Walsh. luncheon meeting at the chase of a specific f"rOVolunteer '
the ribbon as a symbol of presented to Mrs. Sharon Til- thy Spading and Mrs. president; "Mousetrap" in the Polaris are ftf\O\fl'd 1 'n MH''
office. ley, as a birthday bouquet. Cartwrtght the new president; Motel last weekRaymond In this worthwhile r n>i n'l t r'"t II|
New officers are: Mrs. Nor. Members and guests attending Service hostess in the ; Mrs. Cobb of "Flower one of the above If youTJ.

jnan Rechlin, president; M r a. were: Mrs Florence Meeks, John area.ENGAGEMENT secretary; Dell" presented a program on help In any way .

secre- "Flower Arrangements in the 10TIC1 TO CMKIUTMIl
Crime Prevention Holiday Theme." The finished Tau: sod eaob .' you sr.
.' and la :b.r.bi
,1. arrangements were Included In sot, olalm. and .."' ..". wMrH
brkshop Schedule the door ran, or .ith.r of
prizes.Prize roil may n"\a
...In* th. ..t.,. of OSCAR
Woman's ClubsA winners were Charms KM1TII. ,,_...d. 1.1. of Pr.vi.rd
Illy r Day, Cella Casavant, Ruth Ash-I County Florida, to tha County
Juriira at Mia .
munty at bli
workshopwill ton, Jean Ortega, Eleanor Gee fI,.. In tha ('...rC"o...., Tllmvllla ol,
crime prevention and I Florid' *. within alx alnitap
Rosemary Stevens.
be held here next week Q yy month. from th. Aala of flnlpublication.
Affairs The following guests were ., thl.. nolli-a. .|M the
sponsored by the Public tarn. will ba b.r..". raoh rl"i<*
welcomed the
Department of District 6, Florida I by members: or tomand moot b. In nvnn.r
Woman'sClubs Jewel Bradfleld, Joan Leonard, and form a rwiulrnl hy law
Federation with Sheriff of Leigh Wilsonas : Margaret Schweitzer, Mrs. WItClr1.11E: RIT R IMITUrl"ON.
1 Grosch and Nancy Uhalen VRIWBK A
the main speaker.A HOLLAND
I Details of the Christmas r. O. BOX: Ml tot Palm "' ...
film entitled "Too Friendly meeting to be held next month Tltuivllla Florida
Stranger" will be shown and reviewed Nov. HI. IT. DM. 4. 11 f1R1,1 1M4.
will be announced at a later
at the session which will date.
be held Tuesday, Nov. 24 in theWoman's
Club Building on Hop. d DON'S Floral Art

kins Avenue across from the I Returning Home Your flower needs ,
oA" P. @ my Mcl.ltrt
Nf Mr and Mrs C. B. Davis of
The three North Brevard 267-8527
Orlando, former residents of Tllusvllle -
clubs, IRC Woman's Club, Titusville
are on their home
Junior Woman's Club I
\ following a round the -world -
and Woman's Club of TitusvilleInc.
cruise starting at New York
., are hostessing tht event I City nearly four months
:l and will serve coffee during the e I Itiw ,1 Their freighter lost time in ago the
hour between 9 and -
registration tinishtng'd: Orient due to tropical storms. -
10 a.m. There is no registrationfee I 1 Mr. and Mrs Davis left the
and all in the area
crulM at San Francisco and are
Interested in crime preventionare home
returning by car
Invited to attend.
H j'

Past Chiefs Enjoy ; SUES RESTAURANT

Covered Dish Lunch ---'&... ...

I I of 3360 U MAIN STRUT -

The Past Chief's Club, of the I i' forthcoming FRIDAY It SATURDAY NOV. 20 It 21 *
Pythlan Sisters, held their annual to Donald

covered dish supper I I Maples of 8-OZ. CLUB or T-BONE STEAK
Monday night at Castle HallAfter I Titusville

the devotional and bust- I Hamlet 1 VfOITABll, lAUD, ROLLS A $'11 00
Hess meeting, cards were play I I at BUTTI, COPFII OR TIA l
ed, Mrs. Evelyn Freeman, Mrs. I dln, will 0

Wattle Carlile, Mrs. Lacy Ram- In the
fr and Mrs. D. P. Pritchardwere with Mel- ALL PLATE DINNERS 97c -

awarded prizes for high A
(cores. TOLD-Mr. and Mrs. of

Others present were Mrs. J. White, 3306 Old Dixie Highway, wish to

t.1 Koon, Mrs. Cecil Nicholson the engagement of their daughter, Linda
Mrs. Layton Corbin, Mrs. Ted Charles Folsom, son of Mr. and Mrs. James C --

Morgan, Mrs. Sarah Pappy, som of Tampa. The bride elect attended high --I THE

Mrs. Julia Giles, Mrs. Curtis and beauty school In Alabama. Mr. Folsom has

Futch, Mrs. Steve Cottrell, ed in the U. S. Marine Corp. and is presently --"
Mrs. J. C. Rogers and Miss ployed in Tampa. The wedding will be an

Mamie Love and Miss Mary in early December at the Westwood Baptist Si1A DVOCA'rE

pottrelL Final plans will be announced at a later date. ;

December meeting will meetat ; I
Castle Hall with Mrs. Cecil Titusville ;
High Schedules Fish
JVlckolson and Mrs. Sarah Pappy : NORTH

will be hostesses. The third annual Titusville charge of cooking this BREVARD'S

I 1 High! fish fry will be held Dec Mrs F M. Carter I HOME

'iN' THE CIRCUIT fOlTRT OF 11 according to Assistant Principal The menu consists
THE NINTH JIDICIAL CIRCUIT Frank Tomdale. fish, coleslaw, hush NEWSPAPER. .

FOR BRFVARD OF: FLORIDA COl'NTt IN AND I Sponsored by the Key, Anchor, baked beans, Ice
CHANCERY. 2CTUftOTHK Letterman, Girls Athletic Association coffee and soft drinks.
Or HUT and the Interact Clubs, Tickets are on sale
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTOAUB A donation of $1 for ,
: ASSOCIATION s oorpor.ailoa the fish fry Is the schools largo M
orffanlMd and ..(.tin* .... est benefit and this year will be .50 fur children under 12
der a Act of ConiroM
to lb. Fed.ral National Morl.nunm.nt... used to purchase all school ed.
Auoclatlon. Charter. Act. having traveling Jackets for the athletic:
I. principal ottl la tbo Clt.
of Wa.blonton.. Dlitrlit of Columbia. departments. Jaycee Wives

PI.t.un. Tomdale explained the Jackets Conduct Bake .
v.. would be of the "blazer type", you
NANCY T, STRANGE hla wit and would be available for Titusville Jaycee
football basketball tennis,
STAIR OP FUJRIDA,11"1"1"1 conduct a bake sale
TOi MICHAEL I. .R ftTRANOEwboM baseball track and other starting at 9 I.m. In
it known
If mailing the schools.
.d n.. '. 4112 Wa.ta.r. organizations at Publix Market in happened
I..dro.1'1... Tort. AJPOSJ., New fork.Toil "Last year's fry was a tremendous Proceeds from the )

ar hrrrbr .tlfltd that salts I success. Money received ward the new \
baa been '".... .
acalaat you In then was used to purchase 'I a one
Iba above antltlod oa... and bat house presently in the

you aro or other noulrMI........to...Ive tile "your...dln.onawrr .. school trophy cases and I stages. ,I to be out in two or three weeks. company agent...
with tho Clerk of thlo Court and C..r. I two years ago, proceeds were -- -- -
the of
bad trrnUa
You feeling pit
.. a cope taror upon tb. used to buy glass backboards for may a your
Plaintiff or Plaintiff. ALtorn.va tonwch whrn you realized you were without help, at a
I'the new gymnasium.
wboM and addnno I. Cmfton. '
B.one..... ot Holland, "" Palm' Orders will be available for PLENAMINS time when, you needed help moat
".",,.. TII..III.Iartd... pot JS) SUPER dl
lator than December a. 1IM4. It take out orders. 2. If you bought your Insurance through an r
you fall to do au. a Pee... Pr. will be SALUTES
ConfViao will bo .Birred >..ln.tyou Following the fish fry J Independent Insurance agent..
for tho rdlrf demanded I. tbe the first home basketball gameof memberof
complaint. Tbl..uIt. la to foreclose the year and later in the GREAT OLYMPICPERFORMANCES You knew you hoi a friend nearly you could cell on for has something for every

arocdol.1.a mortv.M Tb...' real lit property evening a dance. brlp. If you hid a <:1.lm-or< there" WM o 'kwniil igiiiutou
Lot 11. Block CE, Sherwood Fish is donated by Carrow -your Ind'1"'ndrne.sene wu right at your aide to brlp.! the family!
accordla to
Plat Park thereof Sectlm a.B reconlod In Fish Market of Titusville. In You bad nil Big Differrnre' In liMurance-tlw continuing,
Fit Book 12. Pan H. pabllareoord .e personal attmlion of in Indr..dentll..nl.. I LOCAL STATE NATIONAL
of Brevard Coaalr ,

WITNESS WI" hand and ... of i-7"-i JESSE OWENS (us.A.) : TT are Indrpntdf'nll.nrll agents, profeaok rally qualified WORLD and SPACE NEWS

laid' Court. Florida at TH UU"i.'m.Itth BrevardPnuntT. dar of. FLOWERS .r FRAN"Neffc. EnUrad 1a lour track vwrff fa : and ready to *i ire Jo.,1'be Big Uiflercoc in inmraoce. Call IM
lime.Look lor this ttaL PIUS .
1 MCLRTW R BARfE: ...."/ Superior" 1906. lOOmeUr dill; 200-aa.MegIlll any
Ioork of mo i ir "I' f'n irt ..._ rtorbrt Tel. DeUeenr dash breed jump and XVmUrof : I I
Brovard VI..Cauatt tpaulrr HurlUaBv 211* Confer, St. WtUS Telar.Jd..a Owens one eay..aR I AdvertisementsAnnouncements
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Nov. >D. a Doc. 4. II ,iFrl. > lt 4'_ f tllf IMf onfe ia each. r
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Shrubs. Tr_f of All VartotUs! and Sues ; KINGMAN- BECOME A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER AND
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Fit* I Tlhnvlllt, (Florid. ), St_ r-A4vwfe FrU.y, November 20. 1H4 mCI L a'etl asctaSAga ?a &ckt, VuuSf /IC ]

Corp.. Watertown Mass.

$5,000 Scholarship I Subjects to be covered Include Q'' 1 A WESTINGHOUSE tOWERED

I I fundamentals of shock '
TEK ,:
and vibration isolation; ground

Aid For BJC Students i I II reactions to shock and vibration ELECTRIC a

: design of bwUHMloM for
shock protection; typical methods TOOTHBRUSH
More than $9,000 In scholar. leland, Cocoa Beach State Bank. I of shock and vibration Isolation /.l. .,......f.,M

Alp aid hu been made avail. Cocoa Beach. ; and characteristics ol Sale Prices Good Thru Mon._ "'od" ': ".s$:
able to itudenU of Brevard Juntor Barbara Hepburn, Tltusvllle active and passive shock and ..rte will pr roolMr MMr
College for thii fall term ac- Citizens Bank, Titusville: Dennis vibration isolation systems. COUPON CT! lilt "
fording to Miss Emma Walker Morris, Indian River City, First
at the Office of Financial Aid. Federal Savings and Loan A*,- In charge of arrangements Is FREEZER BAGS =: *' '

.In general, the scholarshins sedation, Titusvllle; Roger r Jack Wine from the Mechanical a
Section of the Canaveral Dis
Brown Eau Gallle, National
ere made avaUable to the college / Roll of 45 plastic ffyktiPbt $19.951299tearoff
end Bank and Trust Company Mel trict's Engineering Division
by business concerns I freezer bags Jl
bourne; The seminars are open to all
jvic associations throughout r -ae" 7k. fffi ;2r
Dolores Jenkins. Cocoa, Cocoa engineers without charge.
Brevard County, and are awarded .
0 3 Limit S wets! .MM thrv M. 11/1W TRANSISTOR
Junior Women's Cocoa -
by the Scholarship and Loan $ \0' ,
Committee- of Brevard Junior ; Ernestine Horschel. Klwan- Il \ _____
College to needy student who Is Club Cocoa; Hayes B. t ti ROSS
evidence good scholarship and Smith, Titusvllle, Brevard Education IOC
need. Association; RUBBoRGLOV S' f RADIO I
financial '
Linda Drtck, Eau Gallle. Bre !i be a -,:1 "

The following is a listing Clf! vard County Beer Wholesalers ....... -... w .

tie scholarship recipients and Association; Nancy Archer, Eau ....... M.ytss .......,..
tie scholarship donor: Gallle Brevard County Beer STARTS SUNDAY-Susannah York brings comfort -
.. .
lo with fr. 8
Larry Bush, Merritt Island, Wholesalers Association; William to Albert Finney, after he, as "Tom Jones," gets _f | .ot -'I
Barnett National Bank, Cocoa; C Holt, Melbourne, Brown into one of his many scraps. Scene Is from the United |l'v R*| Uf 1
James W. Bennett, Rockledge, Engineering Company; Artlsts-Lopert release. Filmed in Eastmancolor, the (Limit 1 wim OM>**Ah v "- .

Central Brevard National Bank! Marilyn J. Horsch, Cocoa, picture will open Sunday, Nov. 22, at the Florida ':.-
Cocoa: ; Danny Farley, Merritt Brown Engineering Company; Theatre, downtown Titusville. win LADY BROOKE !
Den It I I. Snyder, Melbourne ttii ml)thi" nlour' that CHUN toI COUPON I New Ran Dynamic 10-Tran-
Brown Engineering Company lstor with 2-Is speaker,
cinpliti kmtfy kit-wlour tlimir
Civil Defense Nancy: Fair, Cocoa, Anonymous; Mechanical Engineers Slate ..u..tDlnl.xtta t* hay! PALMOLIVE SOAP magnetic earphones buIt( -ia [
Kenneth Taylor Jr., Cocoa, onteniM, carrying case and |
Mrs. Frances A. Jamieson; Giselle roc .. ,.trioMib- 7 battery. .
Workers Allend Plourde, Rockledge, TheJ. Seminar On Shock VibrationThe .Mu.r.w ft -liitini fto ,cciHf ChlN, thilwttit Package of 3, regular 17c 1

r Theodore and Lucle C. Park Al'rY Of/rwl run. tho Cwnpltti Colour: udy Mi size, usually 27c.
!Scholarship' Fund; Rosa Lee / I bottle ucI-tolour'! A BARGAIN II8.8CLARK
RMI Course Mosleller, Cocoa, Cocoa Rotary first in a series of sem- sponsored by the Canaveral .Minor a .1.Mom\ It.MMdltloMl (limit. I with MUM Mm Min.II/Il) AT S1Il.96

Club; Inan to expand the technical Section of the American SocIety II.M nce
Iddillollll awnNN
Mrs Louise C Gibbons, Director Jean Frame, Satellite Beach, knowledge of mechanical engineers of Mechanical Engineers .... Package of 20- Reg.
Brevard County Civil National In the Brevard Countyarea ('JI! > l 'HOICOlM"11I CANDY BARS : 69
of Secretaries Association Speakers will be Russell T. ,,;; JfCJ'AA. ,SHOE COLOUIINSURANCE ban SI-00 Value.
Defense, has announced that ; Sue Breland, Cocoa, National will be held Nov. 23 and Lowe, Jerome E. Reuzlcka and ,

workers over 30 Civil from Defense the Brevard volunteer County Aihby Secretaries Box, Satellite Association Beach;, 24 with the Canaveral Districtof Richard D. Cavanaugh, all EQKERD Famous Swift'| Gold Crir- for *

area will attend a Radiological PAFB Non Commissioned Officers the U S.host.Army Corps of Engineer members of the Barry Controls ] Drua Stores ICE CREAM M' pInt assorted floras 2 27
Monitoring for Instructors Wives' Club; John S. Division of the Barry-Wright (Limit 21)
Course in Cocoa, which begins Calsse, Satellite Beach, PAFB The seminar will be on the -----
Nov. 1C and will continue Non Commissioned Omcer.Wives' ubject "Shock and Vibration"and ethylene. unbreakable poly .
Juice Decanter t decanter w 11 kcosypour 19
through\ Dec. 9.i Club; will be held from 7:30: to IPOUt-J9C Value
Marsha L. Walker, Satellite 9:30 p,m. both days at the Canaveral ?
The conducted by the
course Beach, PAFB Non Commissioned District Office on Merritt ,
Florida Institute for Continuing 12-Ox.
Officers Wives' Club; Island. The meetings are
University Studies (FICUS), In George C. Banks, Cocoa, PAFB : GOT TOO MUCH OGILVIE SHAMPOO $1.50 SIZE hllghl44'
cooperation with the Florida limit. tl
Officers Wives' Club Loretta
Civil Defense Agency and Bre- Pugh, Tltuivllle Pythlan; Sunshine Let U* L o GOT TOO LITTLE a
yard County Civil Defense, will FRUT-PAK( Bottle of 100 -
Girls; Michael Freed Cocoa r DEPREE flavored chewable tabl.t249 '
be Agriculture held in the Building Brevard, Cocoa.County ,Fund Seven Astronauts Scholarship Beautify Your VITAMIN C R.". $2.99

; '
Graduates from the RMI Co- Loretta Pugh, Titusvllle, Titusvllle Home and TABLETS (
tree will be qualified and expected High School PTSA; III SEE US, NOW [Depree Wheatacol 59.1
EliminatePaint BOTTLE OF 100
to conduct classes In Steve Greer, Cocoa, UniversityClub ,
their own communities In ; Mary Ellis, Cocoa, University I

Radiological Monitoring, a vital,, Club. Costs MEDICATED
Since the of' Brevard NOXZEMA 2'h-os. Jar-Reg. 60e
element In the State's overall beginning 34
I preparation for national emergency Junior College In 1960 more than WithAluminum CREAM (Limit 1))

In the event of nuclear 850 students have been assisted 9. _

attack on the United States through scholarships and loans I Siding 173
according to Miss Walker GERITOL LIQUID ?2s2tI-r :
1. Limit 1) I I
The course Is part of an extensive Over $39,000 has been made 1 Call T.d.y o

Civil Defense educational available to 308 studentsin 247.3455 REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
program offered by FICUS, loans, most of which camein roc o.1a
\yhlch Includes Shelter Manage association with the National Settles Roofing 611 $0.WASHINGTON BROWNIE 8mm MOVIE 9-PIECE + 0y :
rnent, Shelter Management for Defense Education Act. Also, Warehouse 1004 PlneSp.abllsing HAIR ;
Instructors and CD conference more than 50 students have received In TITUSVILLE AM 7-0131 W CAMERA

for public officials and com over $10.000,to scholarship ROOFINO SPOUTING- IIDIN9'nd ) ( CLIPPER
Ipunity leaders. These class assistance. I
and conferences ----------- --- OUTFITT
*s are being
field throughout the State of
Florida, with the assistance of T h 11 will Mnt.MVy l otI. y
local governments and Civil 1H u 11..n/
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Defense offIces OUtfit j.- y
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The RMI Course Instructor I ..Ir.r.... 'kI_.'iI kmk a

Robert Kohler, joined FICUS H .N.u.I._ w., r.U.r..- A +\ i '

after 15 years with Florida .I.. .*. kkm. .<.inlmk. a swwnI
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State University Mr. Kohler .,,.- iMtlihtarv
also has experience as an en |F.m.M ft* furor Ccmww. ...... h .wy .u/ karktr. $893 221
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WESTERN ELECTRIC GIFT J. B.D'Albora -. Western's corporate gift to N B. Chase,I SENSATIONAL ZA-ZOOM MOTOR Sale 6.88 Sale 35.97

Jr., (left) Resident Directorof Chairman of the Eastern Test Range I
the Western Electric Company, United Fund Drive. Sale 10.00
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MONEY DOWN,1.25 w..kly WadwblarooU-dhair.In DOWN..UOweikly
sports outfit, pigtails;
Public Health Service party organdy, dutch- Here's the bike with everything! Motor roan and
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C Strongly built to take.pe ddemon's riding guard, exhaust, simulated ahock absorbers,coaster
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Reinvestigates Vaccine, rtt, i

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Urges Second FeedingBecause yti. ,

of the very recent ther Terry, Surgeon General of bert Sabin, developer of the
Public Health Service report the Public Health Service that oral vaccine calls for continued
there should be no apprehension immunization of all age groups.
the status of oral
concerning whatsoever among those The Brevard County Medical rr
polio vaccine, the County Medical who have already taken the Society concludes that Immunization Y o v "Tr
Society has thoroughly reInvestigated oral vaccine. with oral polio In all age i r
all aspects of ad The reports noted the possibility groups should be continued,
the vaccine. of a very small risk, about stated Roy S. Wood M.D.. t. Ap ,, d Fkl ,
ministering I 1 in 2,000,000, incident to the Chairman, Public Health Com. RDCkLl 21'/I DUMP TRUCK ROAD RACING SET ,
The Society strongly recommends use of oral; vaccine In persons mittee and T. Paul Haney 23"WING IACK 32* UPHOLSTERED
30 of and /How M.D.. Director, Brevard Coun WITH ZA-ZOOM MOUNDSale
that all individuals who years age over. HAS NO-SAG SPRINGS TOY CHEST Sale 17.77
the concluded Health
ever reports ty Department
have received the first feeding
that It Is not )possible to prove Sunday will be SOS through. Sale 11.93 5.97
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during the present I 11.93
that any individual case was out Brevard County. Sponsoredby
MONIY DOWN..,1.11 /
take the second feedingas caused the Dr. Al Kiwanis Clubs. weekly
by vaccine. County NOMONITtOWN, ,|t1/ ...al,' MO MONIf SOWN,.,1.11 scheduled. This Is in accord Sturdy wood frame. Early with the statement of Dr. Lu- .itn _tin(. ISo hlah.'I" IlalUry oprilil. For- go, u.. man Zttorm motor sound you got
Florida Fruifs, Vegetables ....,.1/ .v. .*/ .
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AP Mrs. Ngo Dinh NhU'.1
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fruits and vegelabletmoved "Trucks moved 128,814 carlots
)'ear-old bill at the ,I out of the state to northern of the total fruit and vegetable -t., : MOTOR yr'Ih
Wilshire Hotel has been paid by markets at an average of
from the state; 35,103 car 9 4
South Viet Nam. 470 carlots a day during the 1963(4 -
I season, the Florida Stale lots went by rail and UZI car
A check for $1,000 from the lots combination.
Chamber of Commerce reported by piggyback e
Vietnamese Embassy in Wash in Its Weekly Business Review Boats carried 622 carloU. Straw Sale 2.47
received by the
ington was
released yesterday. berries were the only crop moving
hotel Monday. I by air and came to 71 car uu Rtgul.r 2.11 A i +w a
"This dally total emphasizes r
Nhu at the hotel lots during the season.
Mrs. stayed
the extent of agricultural production ,, UM on tricycles and
weeks with her i
for nearly and two maid. She was In the state. Actually, "Fruits and vegetables makeup / t bike. It'a battery oprr< OPERATED
daughter when a the government' car-lot shipments varied seasonally the principal volume of the rc-- ated; Just turn th. knob
there from less than 10 a day In state's agricultural production i MUTEftr LOCOMOTIVE
her brother-ln-law, to maka your tricycle or
headed by August and almost a thousand for oulad-state fresh markets.Cut HEAVY STEEL
Ngo Dinh Diem, was over blka rtv, idla or soom M
in flowers, potted plants and
thrown. Her husband and Diem you pedal along, BM*
to ornamentals well
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here killed. 171,000 carlots, a bit under th- : standard field crops are also wb high,4M*wide.Complete Salo
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.S Tlluivllt (fI..II.. ) Stu.Adv.c.le 14.,, November 20, 1964 John Wesley Film the Name to Sinners .Pear" in Way Of Life BaptistWay
-- I the foundry chapel; "Welcometo
To Be Shown Sun. the Faithful Soul," with the Of Life Missionary Bap.

I Bristol miners at Hannam tint Church, Singleton Avenueat
The feature length color Mount; and "Soldiers (Of Christ Dairy Road, Owen Human,
Church News Of The Week movie, "John Wesley," will be ,Arise" at the dose of the film. pastor, announce services

shown Sunday evening at 7:15at : An offering taken daring !the Sunday: Sunday School, 10a.m.

.. 4r the Indian River City Metho- Intermission will go towards .; Morning worship, 11,
For Titusville and North Brevard County dist Church fellowship ball purchasing a motion picture proJector Evening worship 7:30: p.m. '
for the church school. Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer
The film has been describedby
Dtadllne For Church News on Tbeie Pages I P. U. Wednesday The entire family is invited meeting. :
those who have seen it as with baby sitters available In Every 4th Saturday, singing

"an experience you'll never for the church nursery. 7:30: p.m.

get." It begins in John Wes

Trinity LutheranSunday St. Teresa's IEIITITII. First Church I Church Of God ley's sixth year, centers aroundhis First Methodist Church Titusville I

Catholic Of God "beart-warming" experienceat
morning worship ser ,Nw1.Ie,1, 66 = I I Services at the Church of God the Aldersgate street meeting ANNOUNCES

vice at Trinity Lutheran held Church at Hours of worship at SL Ter- The services of the First I will be as follows: and closes as he sends Dr. THREE MORNING WORSHIP SERVICES
tn Indian River City sa's Catholic Church are announced Church of God will begin with I Sunday school at 10 o'clock EVERY SUNDAY
10:15.: A nursery is conductedfor as follows by Rev. Sunday School classes at 10:00: .followed by worship at 11. Thomas Coke to America to assist -

small children during the Father John B. O'Hare, pastor o'clock this Sunday morning. I Evangelistic service is at 7 p.nt Francis Asbury, who Is AT -/

, service. Following the church held : There will be classes for all I Youth meeting Tuesday at leading the expanding Methodist 8:30 1:4511:00

service, a coffee hour is Sunday Masses: 7:00: 8:30: ages. 7:30: p.m. and Bible study Thurs movement AND TWO SUNDAY SCHOOLSAT
and visitors
I sor< that members 10:00: and 11:30: a.m. .I The morning worship service day at 7:30: p.m. Charles Wesley also comes -

may get acquainted. Weekly Masses: Monday through I will follow at 10:45: o'clock with Joseph N. Daniel, pastor, extends alive in the film. Charles, John's and 9:45
Sunday School begins at 9:00: Friday, 8 a.m.; Saturday the pastor, Rev Ronald Holder, a cordial Invitation to all younger brother, wrote more 8:30
with classes for all ages including 9 a.m. bringing the morning message. The church is located on Hop. than 6,000 hymns. Three of these Evening Worship Continues at 8:30 p.m.

adults. Children under three Confessions Saturdays 4:00-: 49.1f! There will be a special offering kins Avenue. are sung in the film: "Jesus,
may stay in a nursery provided 8:00: and 7:00-8:00: : p.m.Scottsmoor taken for the Florida State
during this time. Read John 11:1-11 Work.

Junior Lutherans will meet First I am come that they might The Youth Fellowship will
Sunday afternoon from 2:00: to have life, and that they might
meet at 8:00
: on Sunday
will Baptist have" it John p.m.
project more abundantly (
j30. The present
: evening in the home of the pastor
and new one be 10:10)I: )
be completed a Sunday School will be held at 3374 .Elder Street. ,a Ywf D '
This is for all boys was once asked to addressa
gun. group >::45 at First
a.m. Sunday Bap. The mid-week prayer service
6-1L meeting of young people at a
and girls ages List Church of
Scottsmoor, with will be held
on Wednesday
technical college on the -
will have question
The Luther League classes for all ages and nursery evening at 7:30: p.m. There will
"What do miss by not
their Discussion and Devotions for children under four I
years of be a Thanksgiving Communion
being a Christian? The short
meeting Sunday evening from age. Wilbur Gtiffen is superintendent Service. 101111
church The est answer to the question is y 1y
at the 4
1:00.: to 7:30: one word "life." The services of the First 01111

committee: for Christmas will meet de Rev. Roy Cordell will bring One may receive the finest Church of God are presently being ,
corations planning the Inspirational at the
message education school and university conducted In the Old Indian
7:30 at the
Sunday evening at 11 o'clock worship service. Music can offer, have great possessions River City Post Office Build.
church. will be by the adult choir and position, and have ing. This is at the corner of
Lutheran Church under the direction of Ben Bus-
The Trinity Hopkins and Coquina.
high moral standards. Yet like
Women will meet Monday even give us hearts of this 'r
by.The the rich young ruler, one will r-7 t. gratitude on
church. The Junior and Intermediate _
Ing at 7:30: at the lack life Its fullest _
still real at Thanksgiving the
Central Baptist Day. May dignity
Bible Study will be conductedby choirs will practice at t p.m. ,
and best unless be knows "
Mrs. Keith Valentine and and Training Union is slated for Christ as his Savior and Mows I. R. C. and the solemnity of the occasion J' '

Mrs. Claude Tejan will serve (::30 with Mrs. Grady Sandersas Him as his Master. I # of Thanksgiving warm our hearts
interested Services for Central
AU women director. Baptist '
The young man named Saul ,. as individuals as families, as nations. At
in the church are invited Evening service Is scheduled Church of Indian River City, v
to attend the meeting. ,For 7:30: p.m.Midweek of Tarsus proved one can achieve Rev. D. V, McAllister, pastor, v. we express gratitude for the favors of mercy, I
this kind of life by surrendering -
The first year ConfirmationClass I prayer service will his life in obedience to I are announced as follows: may we be conscious of the fact. they
be held Wednesday at 7 p.m., I Sunday: Sunday School, 9:45: _
will meet Tuesday all
the call of com from God. know
Christ. In so doing May we the full
from 8:00: to 7:00.: The Primary followed by adult choir practiceat a.m.; Morning worship, 11; Jr. '
age choir will practice Saul became the great apostle II Choir practice, 8 p.m.; TrainIng meaning of historic Plymouth landing. Let us r
Paul. This his
was testimony,
7:00. The Junior Union, 8:30: also BaptistDeacon's be reminded that freedom
from 6:30: to : "I live; yet not I, but Christ anew

age cholt will practice from I. R. C. MethodistThe llveth in me." .i worship; study 8:45: ;Adult 7:30: Choir Evening began there. and to worship God ,

7:00: to 7:30.: Jesus said, "I am the way; the '
according to dictates of
practice. our own hearts was
service of worship for the
I[ am the truth and I am the
Indian River City Methodist I Monday 7 p.m., Adult Women's guaranteed when the Pilgrim Fathers
life. He would have us be-
Episcopal SS class -1, 2 and 3-
Church will be held at
lieve In Him and His stepped ashore. Then, let us fail
put way will have a covered dish not to humbly (f
11 The Rev Robert supperat
.m. pastor,
t The schedule for St. Gabrlel'splscopal of life to the test. I
the home of God the Giver .
Waddell, will bring the message, Mrs. Mary Mc recognize as of ;
Church, u announced PRAYER: 0 Lord, giver of '
"Survival Depends Upon Grati Allister; '? ,x /,-thf Provider of all goods,-and the '
by Father Ferguson, is. as tude." life, help me to know and experience Tuesday, 5:30: p.m., RA's will 4J'r
follows: now that eternal life Savior of tht touls of' ''' AMEN
Sunday School for all ages will meet; 7 to 9 p.m., WMU Mission ? t
Ion 21 Child which is the gift to all who .
Saturday, Nov. and
be held from 9:43: to 10:35: a.m. Study Junior and Intermediate
ten's Confirmation Class at The nursery will be available accept Thy presence, power, Mission Study; 7:30: ,
10:00: am. during Sunday School and the and purpose within. In Thy YWA meeting.

..On Sunday, Morning Prayer worship hour. name we pray. Amen. Wednesday, 8:30: p.m., officers Ir
will be said at 7:15: a.m., Holy The Junior Choir will have Its Thought Per Tht Day and teachers meeting, :Be-
We lack life at its fullest and
Communion will be celebrated rehearsal Sunday at 3 p.m. at best ginner and Primary Sunbeams, t
at 7:30: a.m.; Sunday School for the church. The church will be until we surrender our Jr. and Intermediate CA's c
the fourth grade and up will open for youth recreation begin. Cecil Pawson to Jesus Christ H. meet at church; 7:30: Prayer
meet at ':00 a.m.; Family Eu- sing at 4:15: p.m. A snack sup (England) meeting.

Charlst will be celebrated at per' will be served for the youthat .

10:00: a.m.; The Sunday School 5:15: p.m. The Methodist Westwood, Baptist
third grade and below will YonU) Fellowship'program bee '
meet at 10:00: a.m. under the gins at 5:45: p.m. Services for Westwood Baptist Attend
direction of James Munnls, The :Sunday; evening fellowship .Church, 3112 Old Dixie
for all the family will begin at Highway, are announced as

Jr.The E.Y.C. will meet at 8:30: 7:15 p.m. this Sunday. A full follows by Rev. A. J. Powell, Services

pm.; The guec: speaker will be length motion picture on the life pastor; .
Chief Brown of the Titusville of John Wesley, the founder of Sunday: Sunday 'School; 10

police Department.. II Methodism, will be shown. The a.m.; Morning worship, Hi: This
PII"'IC Is invited to attend. Youth Training Union, 6:30: p.
'On Wednesday, Nov. 25, "'
The first and second grade m.; Youth choir practice, 7; '
Morning Prayer will be said
Evening service, 7:30.:
I choir will have its rehearsal .i
,followed by Holy Communion. Monday at 2:45: p.m. at the Wednesday, 7 p.m., Teachers Weekat

On Thursday, Nov. 28, Holy church. Transportation from Co- meeting: 7:30: Regular service. I I.r rr e.4
Communion will be celebrated qulna will be furnished. Thursday, 10 a.m. and 7 p.m., ,, tied Y lrw
at 9:30: a.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 370 will visitation program.
The Annual Church Thanks. meet at the church Monday at I Your Own

living dinner Is at 1:00: p.m. 7 p.m. Girl Scout Troop No. 130 Church Of God I r."w...r N r.wrw.
will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. at .3 err..ww
the church Of ProphecyThe Place
Christian Science"Soul
The Adult Choir will have its
Church of God of Prophecy ,
and Body" Is the subject rehearsal Wednesday at 7:30: 1218 Norwood Ave., announces r.r 1y
at Christian Science serv p.m. in the chapel services follows: I
Girl Scouts will Worship
The Junior a
ices this Sunday. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.;
at 4 to 5:30
meet Thursday : p.m.
The Golden Text reads: Morning Worship, 10:00: a.m.;

Know ye not that ye are the at Scouts the will church.meet The at 7:30: Explorer p.m. Evangelistic service, 7:00: p.m. This Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:

temple of God, and that the Members of the church will Youth service Friday evening:
Spirit of God dwelleth In )'Ou1" 7:00: p.m., Emma Budding in e 1
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The Lesson-Sermon concludes evangelism. i Phone AM 7.1348 Downtown TitusvLUe
with these words from Sunday evening, Nov. 22.
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the spiritual evidences facts In of order being may that Sunday. The early service begins School 9i45 a.m. Worship Hour. II a.mYoulh Duffy's First Federal Savings & Loan'Association'
at 8:30: a.m. with special Florida
appear, this Is the great atJainment music and a message by the Fellowship 6 p.m. Evangelistic Hour Mints, Downtown Tltusvillel '

by means of which Pastor, W. S. Hardln. 7 p.m. Wed. midweek "Ic.. 1 pan
f e shall sweep away the false Sunday School begins at 9:45: THOMAS REAM. MINISTER Town Motel Baird's Mobile Home
and give place to the true. Thus a.m. with graded nurser. Downtown Titusville .
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Titusville, holds Sunday must work on Sunday. WELCOME TO THE 214 Palm TitusviUeBoyd's
Services at 11 a.m. and Wednesday Regular morning worship at ei woes Indian River Machine Shop
testimony meetings at 11 o'clock. Special music and a
I p.m. at 109 Baldwin Shopping message by the Pastor on "The First Baptist Indian Rive City, Florida Gulf ServiceDowntown

(enter Sunday School for Spirit Of Thanksgiving". atlas Titusville ,
children up to the age of 20 Training Unions meet at 6:15: Mims Citrus Growers Association .
convenes at 11 a.m. in the p.m. for all age groups. Church
Mims Florida Brevard Lumber Company
Chamber of Commerce build- I Mid week Prayer Service 1twtt"wts ,

tig./ All are welcome. Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. "u" ""
1 Of Mlms Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Roberts, Jr. W. E. Kennedy

r Mims, Florida Badcock Furniture, Titusville

The Heart Oi Tie Community" MORNING WORSHIP 9:43: A. M. Bryan-Conway & Winstead, Inc. 'J: C. W. Danenburg II i

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Church of Mims.Btev. JosephE. of the comer of St Johns and

Boatwright pfror, are an- the Tituiite Exfutive Drive-la committee Christian I Hopkins Avenue. The ehe Me Church News Of The Week

'Bounced as tallow Chura met at the home Worship servte held at Mr. and ire. James Griffin In Sunday, Bible study 9M: a.m.
11 a.m. and 7: .m each Indian leer City Wednesday morning worship lUll; a.m.; 4r
Sunday and Sunda School at evening 9 make plans for the evening service I p.m.
10. The Junior and ulb Choirs Midweek Bible study is on
ThanksgAng and Christmas For Titusville and North Brevard County
at S p.m. Wednesday at 7 p.m.
rehearse Monday 10 a.m. Beginner prograni The cairman. Carl Newland, Bible classes! are provided for Deadline For Church News a Th a. page I !. M. WadMtday

choir rehearsal; 3:4: p.m., Prisupper- preside *tth Mrs Bonnie Van all age groups both Sunday
and Wednesday nightThe .
wary choir rehearca: John morning i
Wagons as Secretary.
Wednesday, I p4 ; Woodal Chairman of the Glad adult class has Just began First Christen
First Christian Drive-In ChurchThe Good Shepherd Lighthouse
ofPaw's I
a study on Wednesday night
iB:30: Sunbeams, G?4. RA's;
gave a reporton Second Epistle to the First Christian Church of worship service at the LutheranDivine TabernacleThe
t.JO: Church Choir ,earsal. tbenumber of cars and penpie I I Sunday School begins at I
Thessatonlans. The minister, Indian River City announces Crown Drive-In Theater this
I Vlsitatio 1:30 a.
: I
ersent James Griffin, a.m. at TltusvUle's First Chrbt-
Maurice W. Jackson Jr., teaches services as follows: Sunday at lam. will be a worship services will] service schedule for
)n. and p.m.First cbainan of the Deacons, report Ian Church this week, with
this class.A Sunday: Bible School 900: Thanksgiving service. Both the be held on Sunday Nov. 22, at service at 10 I Lighthouse Tabernacle Is as
the number worship following
partakingof Is to begin and the Lord's music and the minister's sermon follows:
gospel a.m.: Preaching 1.00: and 10:30: am. at Good o'clock
Cojmunkm and according to Rev.
of offer.
Meth< list tceived.Mi the Nov. 21 and continue through Supper 10.00: a.m. and 7:00: p.m. will offer thanks to God Shepherd Lutheran Church on Fine, pastor. The church Sunday: Sunday School 10
ings Dec. 1 Colin Williamson evangelist Sermon subject at 10.00: o' for the countless blessings we Garden Street in TitusvlOe. The am.; Morning worship, 11;
Is located
1 Morning worship wi! beheld Carl Newland broughta from Jonesboro. Tenn., clock, "thanksgiving" 7.00: have received from his bountiful Sunday School hour is from on Jay Jay Evangelistic service, 7:30 p.m.

at 8:30, 0:45: and 11 .m at roort and on the serving of will do the speaking. The servo p.m. Film and recording hand.A 1:15: o'clock until 10:15: o'clock, Sunday's evening worship program Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., Fray
First Methodist Chun Titus- coffa donuts at The each at 30 minutes of begins with the youth
ices will begin night "God'i Plan For Redeeming prelude of with classes for children and er meeting.
bills with Rev. E. Worman Frialshlp Table. Mrs. Ken 7:30. 'Man." Gospel songs will precede the adults of all ages.The meetings at 1:45: followed at
ntltled Whams, chairman of the Worship 7:30: by singspiraUon-devotional
bringing the message 7.00 Prayer service..
Wednesday : p.m. worship Rev. Arnold T. Claus,
Reaping! What We Not Committee for music reported on Nov. 22. The committee: plansto meeting and Bible Study will All are bulled to come to the pastor for the congregation, will hour C&M AlliancePark
Sow!" The 11 a.m. to ce Is pltt during the Holt meet at the home of Mr. and be held in the home of Dwight I Friendship Table for free coffee conduct both worship services Tuesday evening at 7:30 Braden will the
broadcast over radio tatlon season. Nichols Rd. and donuts this music there will be a Bible school open
138 during
Sans were made for delegflon Mrs. Ken Williams in Spangler, and teach the 'Pastor's Class' Sunday School of the Christianand
a -
WRMF. Trailer Nov. 25. Clay L Craddock is minister I period. the workers conference and Wed
Church School under th supervision to attend the District Park I during Sunday School hour; nesday evening Is the regular Missionary Alliance church
V111t invention at the First Christ. For the convenience of parents at 1:45: a.m. with lively son-pi
Sid Carraway
of prayer meeting services at 730.:
..". ..t,. ofM. ,.. and.. at 0:451. .m. ji Church, Daytona Beach, CRfD'er with small children, a nursery and the final report of the'
.IY. v -- -- : is maintained Florida Christian Youth services
,.. ... during the "Vote 64 Sunday School" vtslta-
With classes: ages. .
7:30.F10rlda .
recreation will befrom Id I Jehovah's I .. second worship service. Mrs. at : lion campaign. Ronnie Curtis
Youth until 7:15 ithrick ... Mary Reed and Patty Reed will Christian Youth Convention will lead the opening exercic
3:30 : p.m.
practice, s WitnessesThe d -4 be the attendants this Sunday will be held Friday In of the Junior Department w.U;
choir, 'f ,, The Senior WalUier Leaguewill Lake Hales and all Christian appropriate songs and talk.
supper and meetings. program to be held at the t. meet In the fellowship hall youth are invited to attend.
'p Evening worship will Kingdom Hall 1422 NorwoodAve. The nursery will be open during
Sunday afternoon
at 100
at 1:30: p.m. Sunday with ., is announced by L D. 1 : each of the church meet
I o'clock. This wit be
Towne as the speaker! Shawver, local presiding minister 'I ; an organizational First Presbyterian"Apologia logs Franz Ashbaugh win teach.
:Dale Custer will direct the th as follows: Jti i1ll and get-acquainted the Adult Bible class "T b e
.. ): meeting for eleventh and r' will be the topicof Testimony of Paul's Life".
at 3
choir. Sunday p.m a Public Bible .:. ; !.
twelfth grade students those in
win bo
The Woman's Soclet of Lecture will be given by a the sermon by the Rev. "Profound Simplicity"
Christian Service ExeJ ye representative of the Watchtower I..14\. college, and youth who are Charles W Bates pastor, at the the sermon topic by the pastor.
Committee will meet atfrhe Society, H. C. Bly, whose working. A 'sloppy-joe' supper I.SO: and 11 o'clock wonhlp servIces Rev, Roy Forward, during the
home of Mrs. J. C. Pat t*>n. I subject is, "The Future in The will be served Sunday at First PresbyterIan 11 a.m. worship hour. There will
:Rock Pit Road, at 10 a on Light of Bible Prophecy." Fol "" '... At 100: p.m.. the Lutheran Church. There Is a church. be special music by the choir
Tuesday Nov. 24. lowing the lecture, at 4:15: p.m. I :J.. '\ Friendship Bowling League will hour nursery for children to age The Christian Cadets and Senior
The 11 a.m. choir wil) old the weekly Bible Study will be \/"Jt meet. six at the latter hour only A.Y.F. and Christian work
rehearsal in the Sanctu at held discussing, "Jerusalem -I| r Tuesday evening at 7:30: Sunday School, with classes ers class will meet at 1:30:
The for o'clock, the Pastor's Class will for all, convenes at 1:45: ; the
3:30 Tuesday. "A Burdensome Stone to All
: p.m. i. t meet in the church office. Wednesday Junior pm.The Faith" will be
Girl Scouts win meet : 3:45: 'The Peoples". Part L: u HI and Senior III Justifying
1p.m. in Hennessey Hall, e I Another Bible study Is bel d morning at IN: o'clockthe Youth Groups at 7 p.m. the sermon topic during the evening
Scouts will !'meet apian. Thursday at 8 on, NEW AT BAYVIEW Bayview 1, Year 1; Ann Irons, Stage 2, Year 3; Adult Bible Study Group At 10 a.M. on Thanksgiving service at 730.:
ton Boy Park at 1:30: pm. Vines- every"Babylon The Great Has p.m.Fall- School, which will probably not exist and Virginia Dixon, Stage 1, Year 2. will! meet in the fellowship hall Day, there will be a regular Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., there
day, and the 1:45: a.m. cfr will en God's Kingdom Rules!" after this year, has five new teachers The ladies all stated that they like the of the church. Pastor Claus will worship service, with sermon will be a special "Thanksglvlnit
hold rehearsal in the S tuary Thursday at 7.30: pm. the among the faculty. Shown are, from Titusville area as well as being a mem present the outline and lead the by the pastor and special music Service". Trent Coleman will
at 7:30: p.m.thanksgiving. I Theocratic Ministry School is left: Mrs. Bonnie Trippe teacher of ber of the Bayview faculty S-A discussion of study of the we. by the Adult Choir, under lead with special appropriate
mornM! worship held, followed at 8:30: pm. by Stage 2, Year 1; Gertrude Metzger, Photo. ond Old-Testament Bonk, Ex the direction of Herman Riedlg- music. The junior choir will
service will be M at 8m. the weekly Service Meeting. Stage 1, Year 1; Merline Tuggle, Stage odus. er meet at 1.55: p.m.
W A short choir rehearsal will
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'v :Norman bringing

Grace Bap t I ? I t' yM I 1:00:Thanksgiving o'clock, a sptdaT morning worship at (fAIt Amrkn Lutheran Church)

service will be held at the
Grace Baptist Churl services M Church. .to MAGNOLIA AVENUE

are held in the Oununity Ii INDIAN RIVER CITY
Cnurch on Old Dlxiig" '>y
with John Margene i&aiior: i 1st Assembly SUNDAY SCHOOL . ".,,.. .,. ttOO u.

Sunday, 10 a.m., li* School| Of God CHURCH SERVICES . .. .. lOllS am
with classes for all Is. New/
choruses will be taugby Miss, First Assembly of God, 121 W. Extend A Cordial Welcome: To Yowl
Bible West Main St., W, J. Cox, pastor -
Judy Margene; thep
CLAUD I, TIUN. ruler
I announced follows:
thCospel of 1 art as
class: is studying
John; Mrs. Sadie:>att will Sunday: Sunday School, 9.45: .
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give a fiannelgra esson on a.m.. Morning worship, 10:45: ;
-Men of the Pat Hf g a Part Evening worship 7.M; p.m.
In Preserving the lie." ChrM'i Ambassadors meet PUBLICIZE YOUR
Morning worships 1, teaching at 7:30 p.m Tuesday and Bible
of God's woroY Pastor study is conducted by the put-
John Margene; tth meet or on Thursday nights at 7.30.:

Jogs, 6 pm., Jun High Soc
lety meeting In ins School; Bellwood Baptist SPECIAL EVENTSON
Senior High grouflU. meet in''
Bellwuod Church
---- Baptist services
the church; Gospel Cadle Esther Wylie, Beatrice Smith and Victoria announced follows
Hour, 7:00: Erg the Bayview School will be remodeled Into a city Coffin; Back row Alice Poole principal; Ruth by the pastor, Bro. Herbert

Itomans.Wednesday.1 / Midweek hall in the near future this years faculty at Bayview Little, Beatrice Kramer! Deanna Cox, Anne Trahan Mailers: Veu'JI rHaud with the r..p.,M. yu |.. train r..tV
iJColosslan. will be the last. Shown are the teachers that have Georgia Poff, Gloria Willis, and Judy Hudson teachers Sunday School, 1.45: 's m.; 'In the p..1. ef POrMnvard Cunfy MirtwfH "... Din
service, studies S A Photo. Morning 11 A4vt church .. A .,U. .4v.rtli. fed ill. ef
Child been there for at least one year. They are, from aide. worship, ; Training p .* p mnt
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I 'Deland Passing Attack Drops Terrier$ 28-12


Gill Romps Over'

"Blue"; Terriers

Were Grounded

Titusville was beaten at Its tl'M1ii' 1 1 I7 It. a vii.lief nlf I, 1 d, yK y

own game Thursday night In

i i The Bulldogs growled over Tltusville .
I f 23-12, gained 1S7 yards
via the aerial route and snap-
pod the Terriers powerful defense ar?
for four touchdowns anda Bali
total of 299 through the air
on the ground. 4i
1 Ill? It was halfback Ken Gill,
younger brother of the boy who
last year scored a DO yard i
y touchdown against Tltusville on
the second play of the ball game ,
while wearing only one shoe,
M who was the Terriers main
problem.Gill .
passed for one touchdownthat 1
covered 31 yards to 190 I .
pound left end Bill Bartlett and .
; :i single handedly gained 92
-gA-- yards of DeLands rushing yard.

GILL ON THE RUN-DeLand' Ken is Gill as he slants off tackle as Bill age.Undoubtedly, it was a night
Gill, 173 pound flanker back never Hardin and Tommy Edwards prepareto DeLand could do no wrong and : ?
gave Titusville's defense a chance to make the stop.-S-A Photo. Titusville could do nothing right tt1k

I rest Thursday night. Pictured above With many David injured Ward,players Tltusville, Including i: :

No. 1 ground gainer and Quarterback -
: Charlie Huggin's favor.
Ito passing target, the Terriers
just couldn't display a running ::5
game to match the passing and red
running of DeLand's attack. ;
1 ') The Bulldogs scored the first '
line they had possession of the F
ball driving from their own 37
yard line in Just seven plays.
Breckenridge standing on the
50 spotted his big left end Bart-
wi ett in the clear on the Titusvtlle
five yard line and completed %kr
the longest pass of the game.
Two plays later, after Gill lost
six yards, Breckenridge shot a -----
pass over center to Bartlett for HUGGINS THROWS-Quarterback Charlie Hug above picture.I : The senior, 180 piid field ::=
the first touchdown with 7.36: gins had a rough time completing pass Thursday is shown tossing one while a DeOid lineman tugson c I
left in the first quarter. night against DeLand, however on nearly every his jersey. No. 70 is Titusvill Charlie Griffin.
It was an Tltusville could do, play Huggins was rushed hard as shown by the S-A Photo.Breckenridge. 1
to push the ball past the line of
scrimmage on their first effort, Just two plays later, Elchert Charlie Huggins bootleged passed to both field on I I pass plays.Howew .
recovered Gill's fumble on the around left end to the D43 then I halfbacks and his
Tommy booted for the enfe and on a fumble set up De ,
Terriers on fourth down after Titusville 15 and the Terriershad Bain moved the ball to the D33. I occasions[ sent four men down I (Conlued On Page 12))
BalD had picked up seven Long possession once again Huggins then passed to Long on ,
lost two and a pass was incom Howard Bain, running from the sidelines who raced 31 yards
plete.In the right halfback spot, gainedsix for the score. Huggins' extra
the second period, the Terriers yards on the first play then point attempt failed. FORFUEL
forced DeLand into a Glen Long a fullback switched But, the Terriers seemed ,
fourth down punting situation to the halfback position Friday pleased, trailing only one pointat
and Breckenrtdge's punt because of numerous injuries, halftime, 7-8. tilt
was taken by Bath on the, added five yards and a first However it all turned out different
HARDIN STOPPED-Bill Hardin isshown the T1J and who fought his way to down at Titusville %11. Bain moved for the Terriers who apparently
around end tackle on Hardin from behind is the T28 with 8:15 left in the second the ball to the 32, then Long had hopes of a big second DELIVERY
moving right Friday DeLand's Tommy Lawton. Also pictured quarter. But, on the second hit off tackle for five more and half splash.
I' night for a short gain against the De- is Titusville' Jodie Kahn No. 51 another first down. I
play from scrimmage, Tltusville DeLand took to the air even
Land Bulldogs.is Sam Wortham Clearing some 32. Interference and De Land' McGlumphy, No. 21. fumbled and DeLand recovered From midfield it took Titus-I more than they did In the first I SEA Y'S FUEL S VICE
Making S-A Photo. ,
on the T15 yard line. ville only three plays to score. two quarters.

I Titusville-Deland Story Play By Play t Phone 2672)2TRUSSES)2

to reach the line of scrimmage. t the 32, Long five to more and down.
First QuarterBob then Breckenridge again passedto Huggins was stopped for no ;;j.:
Long was held for no gain.Huggins' another first Bain fumbled and Timlin recovered Giovanni going to the one gain and a pass to Edwardswas iArci1a0
Grissom kicked off for pass to Long was complete Long was held for no gain, for DeLand. I yard line. GUI carried across incomplete, but pass Inter. LaMOUSxI _
Tltusville and Deland' Bartlett it for seven yards, however Huggins bootlegged around left Gill was stopped for no gain, i from the one for the score. 0' ference was ruled against De- _
took the ball on the D37 yard first was three yards short of the end to the DeLand 43 for a If an Illegal procedure against De- Quinn's kick was good. DeLand Land again and the Terriers
line and was tackled immedi from his down. Edwards' kicked yard gain and a first. Bain pick. Land was declined. Gill pickedup 21, Titusvllle 6. picked up another 15 yards to
ately. Gill picked up 4, and Giovanni own 43 and Gill returned ed up seven through the middle three and Breckenridge passed On the extra point conversion, the D27 with 221: left in the
the ball
from the D24
was stopped at the line of the to and Long got three to the 33 to Bartlett for 13 yards to Tltusville was ruled roughingthe third.
scrimmage for no gain. Breck D25. for a first down. Long added two the T44. A pass to Apgar was kicker and DeLand kickedoff Long ran end to the five yard ,
enridge passed to Bartlett for Gill picked up 11 to the D36 more, then was stopped at the Incomplete and Gill picked up from the T45. line, but the Terriers were off
eight yards and a first down at for a first down. Lawton added line of scrimmage. II ug. three to the T41. Breckenridge Wortham returned Brecken sides on the play, and receiveda Authorized Smford Dealer "*$$ 'MeriCfWorId"
the 50 yard line. four, Whalen picked up one, but gins passed to Long for the 31 passed again to Bartlett for 10 ridge's kick eight yards from five yard penalty. Largest Roof Tress Pre abrleatlq 'lytUm
Gill lost six yards and Breck DeLand received a back field in yard line and Long ran for TI. more yards and a first down at the 28 to the T34. Bain to Grissom was Incom
enridge passed to Bartlett on motion penalty giving the Bulldogs : tusville's first score of the ball the 1'51. Buggies picked up seven to plete then Huggins hit Bails fora
the T5 with 8:19: remaining in a second and 11 from the game, with 1:33: ten in the first Gill passed to Bartlett in the ;the 41 and a pass to Zimmerman seven yard pass play to the PANNING I LUrjBEt t CO.
the first quarter for anofier D40. half. Huggins kick was wide. Tltusvllle end zone for a 31 yard pass was incomplete, however D22, with 1:33: left in the third. .
first down. Screen pass to Gill was in I, DeLand 7. scoring play, with 7:44: left in I DeLand received a pass Inter. A pass to Hardln was incom NEW U. S. I SOUTH INDIAN RVIR CITY
Breckenridge lost six yards, complete. Hardln broke up a Grissom attempted the on. the third period. O'Qulnn's kick ference penalty and Tltusville plete, then on fourth down and
tut on second down he fired a Breckenridge to Lawton pass aides kick, but DeLand recovered was good. DeLand 14, Tltusville picked up 15 yards on the playto four, Huggins passed to Long PHONE 267-6feS
jump pass over center to Bart and Breckenridge kicked on on the D43. GUI picked up 6. the D49, and a first down. (Continued On Page 12))
hell for the touchdown from 11 fourth down from his own 35. two yards around end. A passto Breckenridge kicked to Bain -- .- I 1
yards out with 7:3t: left in the Bain downed the ball on the Bartlett was incomplete, and on the Til and Bain returned r _
first quarter. O'Qulnn's kick for T22 however DeLand was off. a screen pass to GUI lost eight the ball to the T40. Long gained 1lM'r
the extra point was good. Ti- sides and the play was called yards. Breckenridge went back one. Bain was held for no gain x _
twville 0, DeLand 7. back. in punt formation on fourth and Huggin's pass to Long was I _
DeLand attempted the onsldes Breckenridge's second kick 1 down, however he faked the incomplete. On fourth and 10,
kick, but Hardin recovered on to Bain was taken on the Til kick and ran to the D48 yard Edwards kicked to Whalen on a
the 45 returned the ball to the and Bain ran the ball back to line as the first half ended, De- \the D30 yard line and he re
10 yard line. Long lost two the T28, with 8:15: left in the Land 7, Tltusville .. turned the ball 10 yards to the
yards Bain picked up seven to first half. 1>40.
the D45. Huggins' pass to Zimmerman Long picked up three to the Third QuarterBreckenridge Giovanni picked up one and
was incomplete and 31, then Huggins fumbled and Breckenrtdge's pass to Apgar
Edwards kicked on fourth down. DeLand's Pettengill recovered: kicked to Long was Incomplete. Breckenridge'spass
The kick rolled out of bounds on on them on the 18 yard line and he returned to Bartlett was completeto
the D12. A jump pass to Bartlett picked the ban to the TO. the T29. A pass' interference
Gill picked up eight to the 20, up six yards, but Gill fumbled BalD picked up seven around was ruled on another pass attempt
then added four more for a first on the next play and Elch end and Long picked up sevento and Tltusville was penalized
down. Breckenridge passed to :ert recovered for Tttusvine, on the 47 for a first down. Hug- 15 yards with DeLand
Gill was complete for three the T13. gins picked up three around end !having control on the T13, anda
yards, then Gill ran end for 21 I Bain picked up six, Long added to the 50 and a 15 holding penalty first down.Breckenridge.
yards to the D49. Breckenridgelost five more to the TM for a against DeLand placed the pass to Gtovan- : -1----
three, and Titusville refused first down. Bain gained five to Terriers on the D34 for a first al was complete for two yards.
a DeLand clipping penalty, -- _
riving the Bulldogs a second 1
down and 13 from the )41. De-
Land was penalized five yards PIT V1siop
for delay of game Bracken-
ridge's pass to Lawton was Incomplete
and Breckenridge circled j
third and 17 to the
end on
Complete Line Of Stock Car Accessories
D 43 with 1:58: left in the first

Mriod.Bain took Breckenridge's punt Strombecker Revell Tiger Kemtron

III the 21 yard line for no runback. -
Wortham picked up seven

tins picked up one yard passed on the to SPRAY PAINTS RACE CAR SETS CAS ENGINES I There are tigers-and there are Wide-Track tigers. (Have you priced a tiger 4lt)
eptJoB play. Huggins I
tong for eight yards and a firsttown PLASTIC MODEL CARS. PLANES AND BOATS wand twe CTO.U Mm.Sm.htn4M.took .c'**-<: -- MwY t .,ur:, >tr n fxe;r .k eto.tind.i QEltk Wide- tk Tiger
at the T37. End of first be lb a.AIwLnd.rdM fWafin.,.a aar r- e' 1.-'x_ a61be"'Y'e'r .r. r'.Modlfia4 ?
u aarta. DeLand 7, Tltusville Ilectftd tn th.I'IInltolCuUn 'iport*'t r.SM....r:3u 0IIt tw...(men Ttnn' -ry 1Mtck.VinctBewT_ PontlacUl aUGTO

We're building Wide-Tracks again! See them all[ at your authorized Pontiac dealer no.
Buggies tried to pass again: I UU HOPKINS AVI. TITUSVILLE FLA
tut was trapped and managed I

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FrMay. Navambcf 21, MM TttvtvflTe (Florid) Star-Advocate Pegs IfHunfm'



Management Areas Recording Big TIDES CULT, IN AND FOR BRBVARDCOfNTT. I'N LINTY .
I I'tl.'it .
F & Fishin'Hunters New Smyrna Beach FLORIDA.CHANCBHT NO. mil. A K TO DBFBNO

November 21: 2:52 RAT B. TONS sad fACVaV T OUB CBRVAS
LINK L. BTONB. hM wlf. Plaintiff,
Havember II: 1:41 i FMBtlrf, Ys

with mervatlons to participate in the first public Deer Catches Could Be RecordTALLAHASSEE Nevember M 4:2' MILBOURNI-TZLLMAI/ DKAINAOB JULIA KAMI CUV AI.Do'.***'
November U: ':24 DISTRICT *t Bl, TOt JULU IfASUII CIIRV"
waterfowl hunt on Merritt bland had better start oiling down DiifaaBU.NOTirR aoepmrlt Lan*
ole (Low TUes At PonceDeLem Be,......, Maryland
"betsy, because next Thursday the opening day. OF linT You ara hereby notified tkalcomplaint s
Inlet New Smy TO Florida Indian Rlvor Land
Talked for divorce kaa
briefly with Curtis WUson today and they are putting Reports Company, dlunlvod basanit
a ArlionaoorporalloB.
rna (Beach. High Tide toaperexlmately ..t..t you and ".. are re

."' the finishing! touches on all the duck: Hinds scattered through and from twenty-two wildlife man I hews itirooaaori. sad In the lntir unknown...l, truataa aaBltaa .-- fI''iowftl the your Clerk soma of lb or

around the island. or otkor partloa rlalmlnnT k*. Circuit Court for Brevird CO.
agement areas during the open- after low tide Mmes.) !!
tkrouak. undar acalaal aaldFlarlda
Wilson said he believes this will be waterfowl nr Florida at Tltuavtlla I Florida, a 4
a good season tog weekend of hunting season Tides computed Per daylight ladlaa lips LM Comnany. to eerve B copy 1550501 upon ROB*
and that the southern migratory movement should begin time. a diatolyod Arlaona eon- BUT OODBET.. FO. lea 461, Coco
any indicate that the 1964-tf hunting a hours. oral.. T. J. Praorott, C. W. BlIMt *. Florida. Alto,.. for tk*
Sod Games N Urloo. tba
Plalatlff en or before KXk Ncvamfcber.
become record last kaow ffl.-ra BBd ..:. of ...
Since season may IMi If you fall to do i
the weather has been extremely warm for this time of Florida Indian Rl\., l.and Compaav decree pro oonfMoa will k* .ntr*
Horse Club To Hold
.. of the year, we might add word of caution to deer and bird year for hunters in Florida. ., a and dlwolvod any and An .ons all Mrmn oorporatloB ed ...In.' you for tbs relief demanded
m lbs complaint
: hunters to keep a constant eye out for the critters. The twenty-two areas locatedin Play Day SundayNorth olalmln by. '""" ".h. under or WITNESS BIV head sod tk*
the First, Second, Fourth and ......1 any of lbs abova nomad official aeal of tho Court Skis
week, Jim Pack manager of the Indian River Gun Shop, Districts known or unknown partlaa and Ma day of No..m..,. 144.
: located off old U. S,1, was glancing over some files inside the Fifth t Brevard Horseman'sClub an* and all Parana kavlna- or /./ Curtl It. B....* ,
opened November 14 according ey will olalmlii any Intaroat In th. fal Clerk of lb. Circuit Courtky
sponsor a play day .
the office happened to look down lowlnadMcrlkml ...1 property
at his feet, and through his D. Aldrich director : : Mary Joe I'ntay
: legs came a coral snake about !Inches to A. Sunday beginning at IJ.m. at Nod onr-half of Lot 1 of Deputy Clerk
40 long. Game and Fresh Water Fish the club arena west Florida Indian Land Company COURT R11AL)
Of all places for a coral snake undlyl.lon Hocllou M Town- ROBERT OODBBT
to come visiting a gun shop
Commission.A and south of State Road 46 on ahlp m South R.n. IT But P. O. Boa 4N
where everything for killing poUlonous snakes from bow and total of 7JS deer, JM turkeys Tomato Farm Road. Flat Bonk 1. Pan IM. ef ,... Cocoa. Florida

arrow to sawed-off shotguns is available. But Pack didnt kill and 471 wild hogs was reported The public Is Invited. No admission County Public Rooorda Florida. .. Bnvaid Atlornay. *, IS.for M FlalatlftNov. IT .IFri. ,....

the snake. He called the manager at Living Wonders, a reptile by hunters during the will be charged Tka aatur* ef thl. suit I* toranov

refuge, and the manager was on the acene immediately with first Pole bending, baton relay lo aulrt* wrttln and confirm cloud*th from. title and to IN TUB NINTH CIRCt'IT JUDICIAL COCKT CIRCUIT. OfTHK -

Us little stick, ready to corral the monster. The largest deer harvest was race, barrel racing, boat scram. tk. abov dmcrlbod ......, *. IN AND FOR BREVARO
Tha name of ,... Court IB which COUNTT. FLORID
Anyway while we were there, taking pictures and dodging the reported from the Ocala area ble potato race, hollow log suit k.. ba Initlluifid I.I lbs IN CHANCEKT NO. .mNOTM

eoral snake we took several minutes to canvass the gun shop in Marlon and Putnam Counties race and other events will be Circuit Clreult Court IB for sad lh.for Ninth RnvardCauaty JudInlal MART JOANN'it TO. innein

to see what they had available In the way of firearms. with 264 deer; this was held. "O<<1d.. Tha abbreviated .IIINN.II'urt
title at ,... Os,. la Rar B Stone, "'
We were surprised, because we didn't think there was a gun followed by the Evergladesarea J D. Nash is chairman: .t ux. plslnllftn'anus. Milbourne- MARVIN R. BENNETTPafBBdBBl

;. shop In North Brevard. Later we learned that It Is the only gun in Palm Beach, Dade and George Murray co chairmanand Tlllmaa Drnlnaca Dlilrlet .t ate MARVIN R. BENNETTIIS

shop In Central or North Brevard. Broward Counties, with a take John Gordon will be the real dafoBdanta property The Uvolvad ducrlptlOB. I* at ef tk aetfortk W. Market ......

J Just the of 150 deer. A anouncer.IN above.BMtnod N.w Albany Indlaaa
same they've got guns of an types available taclud- Teti and 5505 .r you 505 honbr T'
.- log machine guns, cannons and weird looking plitols. The Fisheatlng Creek area THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTH1B tkat null ta remove clouil MARVIN R. BBNNBTT
'. thai a BUI oCOMPLAINT /
from lbs *ul t aad norm th*
located in Okeechobee County
Also understand they do tome repair work. The shop Is NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT till to the above dracrlbrd property for Dlvoro bad
reported 197 wild turkeys and IN AND FOR BRBVARD ka baa filed atalnet you. sad you
boon kroutht avalnit Ton
located off the old U. S.1
south of Tituvi le.
'i., COUNTY, FLORIDA. IB lb. above ntUlail raur bv Ray ara roqulrad to aanr .., diur
the Avon Park area in Highlands IN CHANCERT NO. Iran V. tone and Jnoaualln 1. Rtone. anawar ar pladln t* tbs
*- and Polk Counties reported Well, everything was just duckyuntil."Donald NOTICB: OF FOHECLOCCRBTHTJ : his wlf and you are boob" re.ulre L II of Complaint ta tha Plelatlfra
For about the third straight week the CIT MORTOK *
fishing North Bre- PITTS.
95 wild hogs. Duck" took this Miss The Missis BROOKLYN SAVINOi arl taalanawar
pretty by surprise. Court your written appearance STEPHENS and til lbs
; Yard looks gad.Allenhurst Aldrich said eight additional Lana Slonlger who recently won the title of I BANK a Nw Toes BankingCarvoraUoB Fishing Camp at Haulover Canal reports some In said *ult OB Ik. Huh d.* efDcombr tha Clark of tha Clrault Courtor
wildlife management areas will "Miss Donald Duck for 196 at Sunken Gardens Flalatlff. 1M4. and thonafur la .> bfor th* Tth day at Da.
good red fish catches. In file with Mid Clerk not,' written .mber lN4.
William Rosato of Orlando be open for public hunting Florida. She was quietly tending to her garden at DAVID If. COOK aad SANDRA d.,...... If any, lo the Complaint If you fan t* da a.. Judgment
three reds
caught with the
largt the Third District (Northwest the attraction when the "Real Donald Duck" walk J. COOK kla. wits In said lull aa DrMvrlbM bv law. by default will b* takes ...1.",
t est weighing pounds and the smallest 13Vi. Florida) Nov. 21. The Audlla DefeadanU Hareln fall aot or a d..... pro you for th* rallaf demand I*
ed unexpectedly I rot DAVID M. COOK aadBANDRA '._ will k* enteredalnt MM Complalat.Thl .
Mr. and Mrs Loyd Carroll of Orlando caught 24 trout with Wildlife Management Area up i. COOK.Raeldenco you. aotloa shall W ,.,,,.It.4

the largest tipping the scale at 3Vi. located In both the Second and YOU ARB HBRBBT unknown NOTIFIEDthat vVITNEM m* bead anil coal efeald ones utlv each waak waak I* tk.for'TMuivlll for aonaea Its.
George Picket and Duane Higgins, also of Orlando, caught Third Districts opened Nov. 14 Regional Manager for the James Aerts of St. Petersburg *(* a baa suit keen I*filed foreoloae ecalnit B you Morii IB- Court, Florid at Tlluavllla on Ibis, Stili day .Ad Do.,,_.'"sad Tllusnills Ordond. "ID.11.TIt..nle. .

five reds. One weighed 13 pounds With the opening of the additional Game and Fresh Water Fish killed a four point doe In tha above Court kv Ike. above ef Mavember AD. 1M4. Invert County, Florida. this tth

Richard Ostrlcker of Titusville carried home 41 trout and one areas a total of thirty Commission. the Ocala Forest Area. The doe earned IB Plaintiff.k* foreclosed The la propertyrmaht a* fol- Curtis A* Clerk M.of Rarna th* ('1..."" CourtIn day af Curtis November K. Barne I...... Clark

10 pound red last week, and Jim Nesbitt of Orlando caught a public hunting areas will be Kill reports by areas were: had a nine inch loft antler and Lost t I. IB Block S af OARDEN.DALI and. for Brevard CoumviFlorida. of by Circuit Carl

; stringer full of trout and two reds. open to the sportsmen.In Ocala Forest 264 deer; Citrus eight and one-half inch right aooordln.I".PI tha Nattb.nol By V, e UpanalerDeputy YDipub-Clerk:

James Guy of Minis caught IS trout with the largest weighing addition to the regular antler. Antlered does recorded Book Clerk (COURTKAL
Archery Hunt nothing; are rare Ial Pave *>. af th* Public COURT SBALtNorman New I. U, SU, ft FrO>> I....
Itt pounds and also two red flih. One red weighed HH pounds.Buck' wildlife management areas killed; Tomoka Area 44 but not unheard of. Record* of Brevard. County, F. Burk

Fish Camp, out on Laughman Lake said the bass are other managed dove fields will deer, 16 turkey; Farmton Area Hot dry weather made deer TOU Florida ARB REQUIRED: t* file 440 P. O.Flrit Bo.Federal I">T billing IN INS CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT FLORIDA.OtHREVAHD

still biting fairly well. They're catching some on shiners a few on be open for dove for hunting.The 30 deer, 15 turkey; Rlchloam hunting somewhat difficult but court.A.and....ta wltk aerva tke Clerk eepv of upon lbs Orlando Attorn., Florida for Plaintiff CHANCERY NO. mil
plastic worms and the dalton specialSo season ducks geese, Area 10 deer, 6 turkey; the harvest was considered ex Ik* Plaintiff ':,. IRVING No, ID, n. Dace .. U Frl.) 1H4.TAtLABAMKB. RUTH PlaI.UIfo
and coot Nov. 25 at which Boa Coco
opens NATHANCON. ...
It looks like about anywhere a fishing If the Guano Area 1 turkey. cellent Bicker&taff said.
person goes time will be able to *. Florida, pot later tics Dee- ROBERT D.
sportsmen ember SI. 1,". If you fall U do I 11CI1.51Pbstssk.
time and place are right he'll come home with a stringer fulL "
...., will
hunt fifteen different species of <>, a deore* pro NOTICE Or niT
ko onlered *talnt yau loP tkarelief \IOTt! ('.
game birds and animals. Valkaria Plans Sun., Turkey Shoot demanded In ika Complaint NOTICB !. booby ilveB Ikat tkTrueleee TOl ROBERT D.unkanw BCHLBIFroaliUno .

1 This should be a good weekend, if everything goes as planned. I An estimated 350 legal Christmas Civic Associationand WITNESS my bead aad tka aeal of lbS laternal. Improvement TOU ARE *HKREBT: NOTIFTIB

Saturday, we're taking a deer trip with Ed Mlxson; then Sunday deer Drag Match Races of sold Curt ., Bravard Count, Fund. of tka Btate at riot.Ids hat 5 ault for dlvoro ba* bass
and 40 nnard
turkey were In lha
the Christmas Women's Ibis l tk day of Nevemker. 114. In m ollnc Iliad attlnat you U the Circuit
It'. the St. John's River bottom for some ban fishing. Then, Curtis Berne Room of lbs Governor-a Olfloe.Capitol .
JudMal Cleaull
harvested on the six Central Valkaria Dragway will feature flub will sponsor a turkey shoot Clerk or-c Court Rulldlna' ; ichediited for Court *f th* Ninth

U starting one day next week, probably about Thursday or Friday 'I Florida Wildlife ManagementArea two big match races Sun and barbecue at the Christmas Byi V. .. BpeailerDeputy lOiOO, AM.
we're going to camp two or three days In Farmton just to wean during the first two days picnic grounds Saturday November Clerk I.H4, will oonelder application I.Kir.: PlalBtKf. ... ROBBRT. ? D.
day afternoon at the strip, located COURT URAL made' by H. C Kirk Florida Defendant, Chaeeery
eat swamp cabbage and mullet, with Glen Overstreet the of the 1964-65 hunting season, South of Melbourne.! 21. Nov an. IT. l eo. /, 11 IFri 144. Wonderland. Indian Hlvnr (II,. : .U'It' lau ar* kereky re.ulred .

J Wildlife Officer an dwe hope a little .venison if we're lucky. according to J. W. Bickerstaff, In the first match race, Dave The turkey shoot and barbecue IN TIll COUNTT"JUDOr. Florida. Inow, an for keknlf unborn I nf Vacationland. af Ibafollowlni t**r aerv othar a wrltta*o.y af dafanoaato ruanawar .

Smith of Miami will run his B will start at 10 a,m. AU pro COURT IN' AND FOR BREVARD dearrlbed (lead, to-wlti lb. Complaint Iliad kerelB. unou
COUNTY FLORIDA File No, 1e.2n-a.lM,11A
Dragster against Rled Knight's ceeds to help boost the community In R. Ertal ., parcel af lubmeried land IBIh Carl Plaintiff O. ,Iwanaon and t* Attorney far ISO ssl

I ::Rifle & Pistol Club Plans Gas supercharged in a running building fund of Christ OEOROB W. iTUBBi.Deoeaeed. M,. Towuhlp Indian! River ai Boulh.la Bectlon RieuoU thareof of th* In Circuit lbs Court ttt.tb't.:\ of Brevard

start race. mas. T4OTICB TO tBBDITORa Rut, City af Tituavllle.Hrevard (Count, riiirhla' an of baton the.
All creditor of Ih* ..,... *, ly-
The grudge race will be the OttORUB W, reuses, deoeaaedar Ins eeeterly of It.J''al"i1 Inclusive ilkKNIDN PAIL:' :r TA.or*a Da*

Membership Drive & Contest Lone Ranger, a super stock hereby notified end r.4u1,54 ef Second: Addition t* araa Pre Con MM will .bo ......4
;, PAINT t. file any alalma af demandiwklck India River ('II.. a* recorded ...1.., for tha rIM rard
Plymouth against Fred Wanoiks' Ikey may kava a..ln.l tbs In Plat Book I, POM Tl PubII far In nail Complaint.DON .
super stock Ford Falrlane. sold ..,.,. In tk. offloa of CouniiJudge Rrlerlda. of Nrevard County, AND ORDERED at 'T1urvllla .
Titusville Rifle 4 Pistol Club year subscription to the American cording to their qualification af Breverel County tllrnlllo Florida: containing W-ia Sores ( riorlda Ibis Sib day ..rNnsmMP
Several Titusville drivers
I are in th* Courtkouo at mom .r lost A boo IN*.
began a drive to secure new Rifleman magazine. Third scores. A special range day expected to enter the drags. SALE! Florida, within al. oalendaimoniki ass will ....1"., sblsollsns tb_ 'I.KNK I R. Barna*
front the dots of the flrelpuklloalleB Ice Ohls/lons le lb' Yrspo.ad 5.15 Or THE CIRCUIT
members at the Wednesday prize Is a one year paid mem meeting will be held at the Gates open at 9 a.m. and eliminations ., Ibis Botloo. look af said (land should bo *ubmlll I *
evening meeting held at the bershlp to the club. County Gun range, located off start at 2 claim' or demand must ke. In writ- Ike Cblef Bnilneer, Trul.. of MOUM Tlttuvlll
p.m. log and anuet ...,* the plaoe af the Inlwn.l lmprovemnl Fund Florida
dub house in the Titusville "To gin up more enthusiasmwith State Road SO. The meeting will reeldne and pool office addree* IJlllol Rwldlat Tollahom.o. FIoP'Ida. Byl V. ft BpRlav

Marina. the organization, a point begin at 1 pm. Saturday. mmm of tb* claimant and moot beworn nine to Lilo 451. find abevSm.stlnosd. Daputy Cork
to b* tk* olalmaal. ale The Truileea reoervalha Court B>*|.
A member of the club's board system will be proposed to en. Guns and ammunition will be In 11 games last season, Tex. lent or kl. attorney, .. It will rla-hl U decline to make Mia ... .. la. M. If FrO)>> 1H4.
members to attend furnished the five sellout crowds. bosoms void aoeoredlne I* law.THOMAB of ... ar all of Mid land. Tbs
said to courage by rangemaster as played
lot they plan
I FREE I I U I FREE 11 I I O. BTUBRiEieouior aale, If sad whoa made shill baubloot 1If 1'1111MRCUI'/ !' COURT Of
club ... afOoorao
start work immediately on sec. meetings and special ef tko c. to th* Trualee* reeervlniunto TUB JUDICIAL CIRUIT -
W. tukbl, deoeaeedWilliam the hoe- rNllD: :
functions. IkemMlye T1 af p rOR BRIVAROOUNTY.
wring new members. RETURNING BY POPULAR DEMANDFOR PAN & ROLLER SET Oelllok ... Bilnw.li and moiala and (' FLORIDA
Also at the meeting the club The high point winner for P. O. Bou 130Melbourne. I 00% if ISO potroleum thereon orndtr IIANCERY NO. M4T1THB
YOUR DANCING PLEASURE! with this ad on FlnrldaAilorsor. .....: PunihaMr la requiredpkal BOWBRT BAVINOI BAN1T.riaiauri.
discussed various other activities this year will be presented witha .. fOf' 5.soulor .. Bay for ar furnluk tfonumanlar. ,
No" 10. 1'1. Dee. to II 1141.1 155IN ,II. Inilrumenl efoBBvevaac .
that were being plan. suitable trophy which will be las HampS for "
lied passed on the following year to TNI rlftCUIT COURT 01'TUrD PIT OHDKR: ef Ike Truatee* ., Ikaaleraal .IH ,
club the next winner. Anyone who THE STARLIGHTERSFRIDAY of NINTH JUDICIAL CIR lumrovemenl ,... .! tk.. lIot.IInT'rl .......
In the newsletter, published CflT IN r.ORIDARIYARD etat ef Florid \ 05 ICIT I'SwoatOAUB

twice monthly the club obtains the trophy for three rVCJ/: ::: : ItW FAKItm URTANT, r051r1oa0BBTUI ,
Is entitled to of
will hold a rifle raffle. The first years a gun HOTKH TO AfraBAMD
All. ', W R. KIDD. J. MULUN*. kit,,
prize will be a Winchester his choice purchased by the 267.7900FRANK HOWARD mmmPAINT DBFBND Chief KntlneerTrtieta wits.
club. EDWIN '' SMITH, ** f. h PiledNa. RCHIDRNCRl UMKItOWM
model 1200, 32 gauge shotgun M.l..ff I. U, 10, IT Frl..) IIMiIW AND' TOl. All partlaa clalmln hwtaroata

.. worth over '100. Second prize The club also planned a COCKTAIL HOUR-4M-7:00: P.M.-DAILY IXCIFT SUN. DoIlOTHY A. by, lar.u.a. uadav a*.
a.slodSs fnroaald Par
will be a year's paid up mem "shoot-out ladder". Memberswill ALL POPULAR DRINKS MeAT
DOROTHY A. SMITH VHS CIRCUIT COURT' OF YOU"It B lanky not!Had tiatComplaint
the club and one be placed on a ladder ac. '
to i
bership OH-
Ltnul way TIB NINTH JI'OICIAL a t* foronloa* a **rtalmortia .
... 1'....._ California 'I'IT, IN ANIt IIKBVAUD ** anaumharlp* th* fHwnf >
you DOROTHY A. SMITH, (COUNT. FLORIDA daaarlbad real prparty> t**
I ara Mob aatlflad list a .n.n- HANC'KRT: NO. VMM
Hunters Asked To Keep UOWAAO J FACTORY PAINT plaint for ..lvor ka* *.. flljdaialnrt silt I. U.I.t Till Lot M, Block A, BRL AIRB
ounson'S i OUTLET INC. I you la tka ako,. ranrt k/ ....TIC'a or .i ULtr.Ol.A UNIT TWO aotordlaa-, I* ISO
Ik* Plaintiff, karala. HDWINSMITH II JOHNSON formerly lotMrof ai raoordad I*
Baldwin $hp,,'lnf Center sod r.. *ra r.aulr.d ta WOW BROWN, Plat B..51. pan .... MOO
*>rv. a sops .f your aniwor or PlalnUtfI. Maawd. af Brarard Cty(
WE GIVE Nan alaadm to said oomUalnlon I riorlda
Litter Out Of Woods Ih* Flnlnilfr* attarnar. O. L. I. FRANK BAHNES. et al. has Sass old icalnat ya. ta tie
9"'PWR CK:1AR TOP VALUE MI'RTHA. alt NInin ....... Baa Hefandaata.TOl akoa atylad null and ya* ara ralulrad
STAMPS! Uallla. Flarlda, and t* flla .... J. FRANK "A...... adMAKNBN. t* .tv a ass* M ?a.;
...,('*.1 ....... ar a.k.r .l.dln -- "' kl,* Wife, ..., or othr rtoadla U la*'
I TALLAHASSEE Hunters seldom has any patience left I I la Ika arrtoaa 1-1.tI1: : of Ik* MART ARURBTT. sad If *ke kaBiarrle4 Complaint' *. rialaiKfi. .11..*..%
... Florida, Per husasnd.PRACOCK DEAN
tll1'HOllItI' ,II.H .YI..TIO I tlroull Court LNDKHlHlN, RUSH 4)
received some friendly advice when he finds that hunters have HOWARD JOHNSON'S ON THE RIVER .. or Wrora .... h..* .f NOTamnar : tea .It. 5 XJWNbKn' KM EON: Caatralloul
D. Aldrich director of scattered refuse all over his U. S. HIGHWAY 1. SOUTH ....1MMIot1.,... IM4. Falling la da ".r.'. foraa r wits of AIITIIITR POA ."f<'. Orland F'......... aa4II
from A. ,
eras Fra Caafaaa win k* COCK. s.d I( she ha rled tk* arlnlnnl A*.wr .* *tnW
the Game and Fresh Water place and have desecrated the n,.'.01 yai for Ik* must damaadd her hu.b. ... If suns, 'j Ploadl.f. I* ISO of(to* tbIwh
aald aomplalat.THIS kt., her Ihelr unki..... ..n. W
.. In If dead or ( af has firm *
Fish Commission, that landscape. -. -,- -. -. ---: NOTICE *kn k* *..*. hairs divleee (raaloe **>I.Beee. > ...for* tk* Tib day *f Cambr
manners on location oftentimes The Commission director, d n n 111 I1ik4 osu aw* wash for four {llenora, creditor, ';" or 1.54. Ii a
avxmtlya wins la U. Tll.*> ether perwin*. natural) ar aril' 5 5 55..55 ::lll'7.-. .:=
go a long way toward blaming much of the trouble on q: villa, Blar Adyaoala. a MWtpanar ,.....1. clelarin* ky, tkrauik. *.. ... rol.. ls..dal Is lbs
landowner receptions. "plain unthinking carelessness," af ..aaral *lr...l lloa U Bra- dey ar ..al." lbs shove naatod rarnPlst; .
''AIU REPAIRSVtWE poll ('."..,. Florid IHt......., or aay of I...... ,... ISIS Notlo .11." b* pa>ll.k*<
"Plus the age-old problem of admonished hunters to "set up DONS AND ORDERED at Tl- kelr, "' ,1_. creelee* ee.l.e- sass a waak tor tr __l*
left fences torn I their own rules of conduct and to.yllla. Florida, ISIS tttk d.r ofOotokwr ..., I....., .rredllor, tr....... orother ...11 .. th. TlliMIU Btar A*"..
gates open, v '
IM4. I pereen*. nelural or artificial. ....,
down woods set afire and livestock Just act like they were huntingon 1:1 (c aul{+ L. etaolea by, IkrauBk.' aadvr DATED: THI* 4th day afapjihar Ham
Aldrich their land." AND 'URT" II. BABNf.Clork or a alael JOHN ARURBTT.rMoeaeed IP4.COURT
endangered own J't" -: of Circuit Court Sad all pereoa II."..* 50ALt'USTIa )
said, "we now have a new and: Aldrich concluded: "the old By T. e 5osolatMpcly or lelmlna' nay 1.1.....' IB or t* R. BARNES
business dork tie ,..,...... deonrtke4. propertylocated Clark *f Clrault Caurt
more poisonous plague. This Is head in the hunting WANT : ADDITIONSUp a. u atrnTHAAttoraoy la Nrevard Coualr, FlarMBe B, V. oaaila. *
the IMf! model litterbug who knows that after you have been for Fl.lotlff Dapuly Clark
afield I Ill ..,... ...... .4B IM feet North *f Ik. N*.. e. u. al. n irn.1 Wt.N .
has become the scourge of all the perfect gentleman loo Qall". Fl.d4.ON. .eatkeoM ooraer af Lot 15f
civilization." I you should offer to share your 10 1Cet' .. I" IS (?'$." 1)14 (lr.,'* .......,...,.... af Rod Hat Tim Clkrt'lT COURT JWAND
I Nortkeiet H ., NortkweetH rust MRBVARD COUNTT,
"We an know about the lit' game bag with the landowner IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or of ...etloB" IT TewMbIB It rLORIDA

terbug. Some of unknowing and be sure that you clean his UOOM i THB NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Boat. Hi...* at Sad, a* per 1If CHANCERY" NO >..)*
M AND rust KMBVAkDCOIINTT Plat Hook 1 Paae .. PukHuNe AIEUNH U RIOOl..
ly qualify and some of us un game first so that little extra FUlMIDA.CHANrBMT ,side of Breveid Ceunlr.Florlde flalnUrt.

knowingly close the door to be tribute of gratitude definitely "' : .NO.f rtaiLICATIOHCVBUS3 IMMkoTKB : root line. r ef..o nand Monk L..4 aloIk J .4 feet*, OMAR U .'00"'..

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DESIGN AND or Pleedlaf la tko offkw of Ik* your ..,*._ to ,... Clerk of Ike i arl U *****- Allwnay far th*
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hs.12 Tltvivllle (PlerM, *) St r-AtfVec.fe Friday, Novtmber20, 1H4

PJH Plays Eau Gal lie In City Plans To Enter

All-Stars In District

.Final Game Here Tonight 'Flag Football ,is sponsored The one two of by the all this.star largest district teams events, will I

Teams To Choose be chosen by Don Godwin, and I
Bob Waldrop supervisors of the
Titusvllle High and North Bre-
'I > Parkway Junior High will be 25-7. games for an average of 7.* guards; Bobby Griffin at cen All-Star TeamsTwo vard Optimist League.The .
after its final Junior high triumph The Pirates coached by Ken points per game. Parkway's of ter; Phil Edwards, quarterback league was scheduled to
of the year as the Pirate Gaslln, Earl Poff, Jock Boone fense is averaging 22 points a and Tommy Hawk, full. conclude the last part of November i
i Freshmen tangle with Eau Gal. !I and Bill Terry, center their offense game scoring 112 points in the back. from All-Star teams, chosen. however since the city
a He tonight at 7:30.: The game around backs Peter same number of games. Starting on the PJH white the Titusville Flag Football has decided to enter the all-
will be played at Draa Field Evans, Ron Newton, Phil Ed. The Pirates probably starting team will be ends Mike Twitty League will compete Dec. star teams, it will conclude this
JI The Pirates who boast a 17-0 wards, Joe Kyle Keith Scraggs lineup for the Orange Unit will and Harry Johnson; tackles B. ida ember 5 in the District 5 Flor weekend. Two weeks of tryoutsand
;worksheet for three years have and Tommy Hawk. be Terry Lyle and wayne Bing. Cutright and T. Poerio; guards Recreation Association'sAnnual practices will be held then, Lr
I Defeated Southwest 264, Edge- Defense, a long Pirate specialty ham at ends; David Vickers David Caster and Roger Adkinson Playoffs in Ctewlston a team from the 7-8.1 year old
p water 27-6, DeLaura 2012, is excellent again this and M. PresncU at tackles; ; center Joe Nobles; quarterback Director Miller, City Recreation group will be chosen and a 101112 -
Clearlake 14.7 and Cocoa Beach, year, yielding 38 points in five Dale Smith and D Sullivan at Joe Kyle, halfbacks Ronnie ; said today, the playoffs year old will be p.g
which attracts teams from group _
Newton and Lamar Day and
fullback May. Tltusville south to Boca RatonYardstick I selected. W// r
Winners of the District 5 play. [
offs will be the Florida State

t PlayByPlayContinued Flag Football Champions.
Continuing, Miller said, "the
city will need of
neu.hlnaTR DN5 cooperation
( From Page 10) Pint Down. I
flnt Down. Putin 1 10 parents or interested residentsto
who carried to the five yard Total Pint Down.First Down.Pentlttof I I 18 I help with transportation to
line. Huggins circled right end Plan From 'rlmma.. BO I. the playoffs"The
two plays later for the touch. Turdi Tard. Gained Lost gcrlmmtm 8crltnm... 91 I 127 IS teams will leave Titus J
down. Huggins' kick for the extra Not .Yard. Sorlmmac. 83 112 vllle early Saturday, Dec. 5,
fI point failed. DeLand 21, I Pain P..e. Completed Attempted IT I 18 28 and will not return until late
Titusvllle 1%. Yards Gained Panel M 187 Saturday night."Anyone .
1. DeLand received an unsports Total Paim Yard.teroepl..d Often. 148 0 289 1 interested in takinga
manlike conduct penalty on the Yard RB Int Paaaei 0 0 car load of all-stars can con. r
touchdown play and Titusvllle Yard Punti Penallied 88 I TS 4 tact the Recreation Department .
kicked off from the D45. Bartlett Yardg Punlln Avrr.ne 104( JTO ," Miller said.
fell on the ball on the D49. Klckoff.RB Punt. IS 8 11 I This is the first year Titus.
I Gill passed to Drury was in Yard.J'ull1ble.Kickoff R.turnd0 1 15 8 vine has ever competed in a d
complete.End Fumble. Lod 1. recreation playoff: of any type. S ) 1

n 4L;: of the third quarter De- ":,... 'i
Land 21, Tltusville 12. ..... w ... '

Fourth Quarter r. 'f''. j ... ... .. '.
I : Breckenridge to Bartlett was } i ia .. ,... .. ', I

incomplete and another pass to < ."
Drury was batted down. \ t ..
Buggies made no run backon I *

I Breckenridge's punt Titus. ..... .-.. -'.- ... ... .. .._.3-.wadi
ville took over on their own %9.
Long managed
Pass to Long was incompletethen
I shake both DeLand tacklers pictured in the back
Long picked up one to the
30. for ground and ran 31 yards for a Tltusville touchdown. 1
.. ....... .. ..... Hugglns was dropped a The
i, M--- <--"'-' ''' --- "" .a six yard loss to the T24 Edwards pass came from Charlie Huggins.-S-A Photo.

I, QUARTERBACK GAINS YARDAGE unidentified DeLand Bulldogs wrestle kicked to Gill on the D35
I I"t, Charlie hugging moves around left him to the ground.-S-A Photo. and ran the ball back to the . . . .
I t end for a substantial gain while two T42. I I.
I I GUI picked up two to the T40, : :
I wu incomplete. EASY TO TRY
Breckenridge kick went out
of bounds on the 177 yard line PROFITABLE TO USE
with 7.24: left in the game. I. More Calls Moan More Business
Huggins pass to Long was incomplete .

: then a pass to Bain : @I4
1I ; was the T41.intercepted by Taylor on e :

Gill carried to T35 fumbledand .
Tliusvill Area Cocoa &: Cocoa Beach .
recovered the ball GUI
picked up five to the 30, and --Ii 267.5530 638,7031.
r Giovanni added two more yards. . . . . ..
DeLand was penalized five w
yards for Illegal procedure back
to the 134. GUI picked up three
yards and Breckenrldges' passto
J Bartlett was complete for 12

I Ir II yards down. to the T20 for a first I

I Gill picked up 10 yards and
another first down at the T10 et

And a pass from Breckenridgeto + / IT'S YOUR
Bartlett from 10 yards out .
scored DeLand final touchdownof r "
the game. O'Quinns' kick for p .
the extra point was good. De-
Land 27, Titusville 12. II yA ?p.e. ,lN MONEY !
Long took Bretkenridge's kick r""

off the on T42 the with 30 and 310: returned left In the It to ..... ._.,. ....-...........,., ........ ,;"....t '. _<.. < .

game A pass to Bain was incomplete CRIPPLED
then Huggins' to ARE TENSE-David Ward and Barry Come In and ask for a loan personal] or
pass Gouge, two senior halfbacks injured in previous
Smith was knocked down. A games watch the action from the sidelines in De- business and get a fast local decision! It's
y. pass to Quinn was Incompletethen Land Thursday. Gouge is recuperating from a brok.
on fourth down, Huggins our business to say "yes" without putting on
en collar bone and Ward has a chipped ankle boneS .
pass to Long was Incomplete
-A Photo. the If need funds for worth.
and DeLand took over on the I pressure. you any

.. ........ ....-.,-- -......- -.-. T41.O'Quinn was held to no gain NOW OPEN IN TITUSVILLE! while purpose, come and get it. it's yours.

,. BAIN DUMPED-Mike Oliver, defensive Bain. Bill Hardin No. 14 is shown pre Oliver was stopped at the line Watch For Grand Opening Celebration
I halfback for DeLand is pictured paring to throw a block on DeLand'sBill of scrimmage and GUI was
bringing down Titusville's Howard BartJett.-S-A Photo. stopped for no gain. On fourth
down Breckenridge pass to THE /1.L.Lh &toADVENTURES
Bartlett was complete for 10
TltUhvUIe's second touchdowncame Patrick Turkey Sh.o the T31 for first 71QCUPS'\
i Terriers Lose yards to a in
the third quarter when PATRICK AFB The Pat down with 29 seconds left in the OF
the Terriers were trailing 21.6.The rick AFB Rod Gun Bow
(Continued 'From Page 10)) Terriers drove all the way Club will hold a Turkey Shootat game.Gill picked up nine as the And from lrnce... f for kcrving the crispest
Ljmd second touchdown. The from their own 34 yard line for Patrick on Nov, 21, from I ended. Final score, De- the Medal of Honor nj 1 bent 1?rcnch trie* WI PAY
Tf rriers fumbled on the D34 and the Damn and k in America
score, using Long !
a.m to 5 p m. Land 28, Titusville 12. ? %
Timlin recovered for the B u 11- in the backfield and the final -- .-- 4 INTEREST
d Wgs.lA punch coming on a three yard FE.Era.toa---.E.. PER YEAR
; 13 yard pass to Bartlett plunge around right end
placed DeLand in Titusvllle by Charlie Hugglns. TITUSVILLE Compound.d Ov.rt.rlyl

territory then, a pass to Bartlett l.illtliU.IartUt. I II No "C.rtl'I" .0 DopoI't''
kept the drive alive on third
down to the T31 >..,. Trl.TII. ...1.?. ..., !Not Aft. N.cess.ryl
'Gill, the left halfback who I,oni 12 :2* S M II I Yeur Funds Are Alw.y Avallable
Main 1 n 0 33: ... LIONS'i
has not thrown a pass all year, \North m I t a ..3 ': : !
fired a 31 yardcr to Bartlett Hug.lni T M: i M II I

who was waiting In the end >.,. T'lM lain; L..l Y.At... I I
tone with 7.44: left in the third nut n w t M 11rilovunnl .i
I 13 0 12 /0Hrork i
quarter rlil.' 4 11 J \ I I we..br B.lt he's ri thtl W. d. II
jDcLand s final touchdowns Lawtoa 1 4 : 4 40 : wb.Ilswsut serve the eri pe t and
\ came on a one yard run by GUI .fnrt Br Uu.t.eTllurvlll. II Mars The Magican II +++ fa*French tales. I
0 0 ( 0
1 Bartlett. I Citizens BankOur
sad a 10 yard pass to DcLuid t 0 14 T ai Try sills
I FREE! mc.

l CASH r ri ,I TITUSVILLE ar }f II OC-30th to Year"

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I $50.00 to S600.00 '1 NOV. 21 : .i CUr OUT ANO HMO 1O HAIDfl S

Make The Arrangements By Phon. 8 P.M.ADMISSION. ailatl i I IU
1.1 -If .1 126 1 125ilul
267-4331 ,, I *

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WITH n I rutcHAic or A
I" CHILDREN.. 7Sc \ HAIDfTS I5< CHAtCO-HOIUO HAMWtCn Friday !....1 4:" to 7:00 P. M.

Southern Loan i MADIC REVUE II t. a H.y I U U. Bl. A.*to c:.._ RIVERSIDE AT BROAD i
Company .
ADULTS . S1.00 I1 t -. : I[q(
344 S. WASHINGTON AVf. TITUSVILLI' I 4..aIOw.IE..E----J i .RDEB'.a MONEY, M.mb.rt Fd.rtJ, Dtpon Insurance' Cr,.",...,

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N"'ber 21, 1H4 TNutvHU, <(<'..,14.)I. St.oAd.K. loll 11

.ndi n River Soulh Titus vil/e News Nellies VisitsEuropean

\ Brownie laveatitureCarmeny sia. Asked for "Instant Impressions Porfs
-'-'-'-" -" -
; ; : of America, Father
Investiture Ceremony was Burgers ad( he was impressedwith
j Marine Private First Class
at the home of Mrs. Nun the deep religious undertone
mss, 111 Ellis Circle .It'Y, Don R. Nettles, son of Mrs.
yi ., of American: life with the
esday afternoon when .. cleanliness and politeness of Gladys M. Nettles of 237 Deles-
1 22 Brownie Girl Scouts of pine Ave., Indian River City
i No. 1 received their Pin ... ... is visiting ports la the European -

g the ceremony the area following participation
came out of the Brownie In the largest amphibious
I lay Scout Mows I II Ic. ,
i and gave the reason why ; combat training exercise in the
Atlantic since World War IL
wished to be Brownies. The I'tgulareekly

reciting the Brownie of Boy Scout Troop No. 310 I I He is serving with the Second

se, they each received held at the Civic Center Shore Party Battalion Second:

r Brownie Girl Scout Pin. Tuesday evening at 7.00: Marine Division, Camp Le-
ollowing.the ceremony, re- Jeune. N. C.
of ice-cream, cake The recent Camporee was The operation, called Steel
cussed as to the part played
cold drinks were served. of
Pike law 28.000 Marines
Adult Leaders present at this it by Troop 210. The boys the Second Marine Division
function were Mrs NormaThomas ticlpatlng wen commended
!Second Marine Aircraft Wing
and Mrs. Carol Cowlin. their effort and \' 1 and Force Troops, Fleet Marine
Awards will be given out at
District Court of Honor on Force. Atlantic, along with a
Little League
Auxiliary battalion of Spanish Marines
11 at the First
e regular land In mock assault on
monthly meeting a
Church In Cocoa.Announcement .
[of the Women's Auxiliary of f R !beaches In Southern Spain.

lite Indian River' City Little 1 was made The assault force landed by

ague will be held next Mon. a Troop Court of Honor to landing craft and helicopter

[day, Nov. 23rd at 8:00 p.m. in help on Dec S here at the from a U. S. Spanish fleet of
the Community Room of the Center All Merit badges : H vessels Including ships of the

]Iver Lanes Bowling Alley, !D- -. ... .. .... 1st and 2nd class awards United States Military Sea
Ban River Plaza. be made at that time. Transport Service and chartered

|All members and all those INVESTIGATE CEREMONY-Twen Hansen, Tract Ford Patricia Ann Life and Eagle Awards will I ships of the U. S. Merchant

nterested In becoming memo ty-two Brownie Scouts of Troop No. 1 Phillips, Marian Edgar Karen made at the District Court I Fleet

J hers are urged to attend. received their pin at a ceremony held Chainey, Karen Brewer Debbie Bender Honor His unit directed beach operations -

Fll flltl..1Tonorrow's Tuesday afternoon. The girls were: Holly Martin, Stephanie Starr The Christmas Party and the unloading of supplies .
Debra Di Gristin, Diane Di Gristine, Vicki Lynn Bottoms Paula Farley planned, was discussed It I after the assault Jorce
( / the day! Satur- Lynn Kollosch Wynelle Dons Usa Georglanne Dosier, Robin Coates decided to hold tt on Dec started to maw Inland.
Nov. 21, the Fall Festival
ay Thomas, Patti Cowlin Kathy Burk. Sandee Chasen. If the date meets the
School I
Coquina Elementary hardt, Karen Sue Wosier Deborah of the mothers planning
ill be in full swing. with $110,103 In IMS.

I Fun and entertainment is It was announced that Jackson's Mtntt Markets,
Promised to all, young and old. son, fell and broke her hip and Those who will be participating From lade..eel.Rel. .. will reorganize next Inc, opened 33 stores la the
Local P.T.A. and underwent surgery when a pin in the SOS Program are: with this All
upport your night new patrol first half of year.
[,help your children's effortsg. was inserted into her hip. A Mrs. Peggy Gray Chairman, Dutch. John Burgers, S. J., a and new troop officers to I owning expenses of these stores

week later Grannie Johnsonwas Mrs. Juanita Young, Mrs. Lillian ) Indonesia Missionary in Djakarta selected An Order of the have been absorbed by the fUI'orent
sitting up In a wheel chair. TuropoIJac Mrs. Barbara was a guest last
row election will be held in operating Income accordIng -
Tales of MachinesJSome We hope Granule Johnson gets Cromwell Mrs. Marilyn Kinds Tuesday evening at the home
Sewing uary. to Julian E. Jackson president
of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Free
back to normal soon. eater Mrs. Gloria Jones, Mrs.
42 years ago, Mrs. Wil- Jean Hecklemoser Mrs. Carol man, 4 Orange Court He had The patrols spent some of the company.
Sisson of corner State Road also been the guest of honor at the constellations
Troop J7I Bay Scouts Sauerback, Mrs. Lois San studying
,Jid U. S. No. 1, bought a White Mrs Clare SImms Mrs. Jean- a dinner given by Mrs. M. P. then! a contest was held.
Troop 370, Boy Scouts of
portable sewing machine when Murphy of 2H7 Holly Street. Titan to be
America, met last Monday eve- ette Martin, Mrs. Barbara Nun- patrol proved
fee lived in Fort Myers. ning at the Indian River City nally, Mrs. Shirley Plumb, Mrs. Mr. Murphy Is In the U S. best prepared as they were
|While living in Fort Myers, Methodist Church. Thelma Rowell, Mrs. Nancy Information Service and the nearest correct on their Of
f dma lived almost next door to lation More time will be
At the recent Camporee. held Baker and Mrs. Grayce McClen- Murphy family recently returned
homas Alva Edison who was don. voted next week to this
to the States from Djakarta very
at the Rodeo Grounds In Cocoa,
experimenting with various the following boys attended: where he was on duty la the Information teresting topic and all
grubs and plants there. The John Heard, Tom Heard. David Crime Prwntten, Wortuhop" Service are urged to do some In All
a dewing machine fell off the run study this week Another
Champion, Mike Smoot, Mike Mrs. Harold Gray of 12}
wig board of their car whenthey Father Burgers thus was no test will be conducted.
were bringing it home, Minthorn, Wally Sabins. Ken Rosehltt Avenue, chairman of stranger to them. Making his

Md Edison's horticulturist, McCallister. Stephen Chrelst, the Community Affairs Com first tour of the United States, Range
Jay Reginall Stephen Godwin, mittee of the Indian River CityWoman's
Moo was also quite an electri he ha* sine left for Washing. Visitors
Un, replaced the damaged Riley McCafferty, Bill Woods, Club says that a ton, D. C. His tour, made en
fcaotor of the machine for her. Gene Gray. Mike Marr, Dave special film will be shown at lively by bus, has taken him to Mrs. Buddy Rogers> with
Hart, Billy Conrad, and the adult the Tltusville Woman's Club California from New York and four children, Michele !
Up to a week: ago she had used \:
leaders, Perry Conrad, Ken Nov. 24, I ,
this machine constantly. Building on Tuesday, back through San Antonio Tex I Debra Ann and the new \
Last summer wilma veiled I Ahmle Bud Sabins, Robert at the Crime Prevention Workshop u, New Orleans, La., and JodI and Buddy II, were
tIlt Worlds Fair in New York, Webber, John Smoot and Gary sponsored by the DistrictSix thence to Tampa and to Vero visitors at the home of Mr !
Sad while In the Japanese I Woods, Scoutmaster Florida Federation of Ro Beach. Mrs Joseph Kennedy of
Pavilion there, she registered An honored guest at this mans' Club. Washington Ave. Other ,
at some counter or other and meeting was David Champion! The special film to be shown In all then cities he was the visitors at the Kennedy
Was given a numbered ticketShe Sr., Exlporer Boy Scout Lead I Is "The Riddle Of The Friend' guest of diplomatic or military were Miss Nancy lladley of

kept the ticket not knowIng er.Mark ly Stranger", Mrs. Pat Bridge friends who had been stationed Gillie and Charles Hamilton
what it was for. Cook also went to the is the star of the film and with i In_his mission post of Indone Melbourne.CUSTOM .
Camporee with the boys from her Is her friend, Gabby. r y
A week ago, she bought ajew
this troop and has transferred This film deals with the child
[>> Kenmore Sewing Machineto I
to a troop in Cocoa. molester. Most! parents do I
replace the old one of 42 IlI
teach their children not to go I
Adventist Church as the seventh in Tltusville Day Ruby Nobtoii Circle I anywhere with strangers or to J i

Bad just completed the buildingof The Ruby Hobson Circle of accept treats from them. But,
the Indian River Methodist Mho Is stranger? The danger
a workroom at the Church, City
Wilma donated the old sewing Church met last Tuesday at the may lie in someone the child a't

machine, to the Church. home of Norma Ogburn 220 often sees. For many reasons :
parental warning Is often in
Keats Avenue.
Last Wednesday, Wilma went e
to her mail box and found a Lillian Browning chairman, adequate.
letter from the Riccar America conducted the business meetIng Perhaps readers may think
"We do not have this problemIn
Machine The program "Our Child
Sewing Company,
our town". Usually the record
and Theirs" Is related to
South East Division, Jackson ren
does not show bow widespread [ Jrn
ville. This letter informed her the study "United States Responsibility
the problem really Is
in World
a Community
that her number on the ticket prevention
I Thus
through educa-
she received at the'orld's of New Nations", and
Illustrates the contribution each !ion of the child Is the ONLY
Fair had
won a new
way to protect the children of
and culture has
differing race
Machine, and the letter wenton I
the community. To neglect is
brought to the United States,
to tell her to call at the Orlando to invite tragedy.
and emphasizes our responsibility -
branch of this company
If is Interested la
anyone tee
as Christian Citizens in
for Riccar machine. .
a new
In gthis film plase contact Mr. CLEARINGas
Community of New Nations
Wilma got in her car, went to
Edgewood Drive in Orlando and Lillian Browning read the introduction Harold Gray, 2(7-7204 for reservations. .
I to the and l ,
there was given a new sewing, program Hostesses for this only Caterpillar "'
machine, complete with stand the following took part* Frank program | mid r itt.
her from this le Baker, "1.0\" and Rate begins aer the TitusvUta W'oman'Club ,' .
as gift ,
There was Wilma with company.two new at Home"; Doris Price, Indian, Mrs.Iver Charles J. Motley; equipment can do it.
City Woman's Club,
"Culture of China"
sewing machines, notwithstanding ; Mrs. l with till
Harold Gray aa dthe Tl
Douglas, "Culture of Africa" USUALTKAOIIN
she had just given away her : tusville Junior Romans' dub, .
old machine to the Church. Jean Hecklemoser "Who will Mrs. Suzanne Jones. You know von can expect the belt Job for
share the world with our child
Wanting to surprise her the rhea It'. done .
daughter Barbara, (Mrs. Ed. ren": Gerry Carlson read a money by Caterpillar

Rhlnebart), of IS Coquina prayer applicable to the program built tractors.

Avenue, Wilma took the new .
Riccar seWing machine and Nora Tipper was guest speak -
Caterpillar Is best all 'round
gave it to Barbara for her er and greatly added to the machinery 10%

Christmas been England program, by her her former comments borne. on GAS SERVICE ANYWHERrDon't for Florida's type of land clearing.' They
It has written "Cast
thy bread upon the waters: andit The following members were CM do the rough and touch jobs like root* OR YOUR

shall be returned unto thee." present: Mary Boggs. Gerry TRADE.INDOWN
MpG trumping clearing/out
This Carlson. Kay Bair. Doris palmettos,
text was written some 200
year ago but it is just as true Jean burn Hecklemoser Lillian Price'j ditching for drainage and filling-in low
today in 1964 and will probablybe Browning. -
Douglas, Frankie Baker trilL FIRST PMT.
true tin the end of time. :

In ital. FEB. Itf
Noif And He
Caterpillar machine
Newt *f Former Rwldwrts" you can '
News has bees received of Mrs Dave Carey of ass Cray
the best
two former citizens of this community Avenue Is recovering wed from tt..i expect. top-rate job from the men

Mrs. Margaret Robinson aa operation this week at the eke operate rfcam.f'or TV SETS
Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital

and her mother Mrs. Nellie RKO.dltloeed
Johnson, both! of whom lived at custom clearing call on a man who '
Low As $21.15
the Blue Water Motel for many
yean, before they went to San bilge Game operates Caterpillar equipment end

Mateo, Calif to live with Kar.pl'ft's Bridge Group of the Indian put it off serviced by Roxier.
daughter. Beverly, River CIty Woman's dub, "The SELECTIONS
whose husband Is a doctor of 'Thursday Nlghters". met at the until COLD
medidne there. home of Mrs. Charles Heckle-

Last month Mrs. Johnson mower at 223 ElBot Avenue. weather strikes...
Attending the session .tsaalrs.
celebrated her list birthday, were EAST
and Beverly and her husband, Mrs. Edie Pope. Mrs. Lois kin, GET THAT AUTOMATIC PAYMENT

with birthday Margaret's party honoring help gave her a Mrs.served Ellen a Sleemaa.delicious The chocolate hostess I GAS HEATER NOW! IROZIERI : TERMS

Bevertv has a beautiful sac cake with coffee nuts and ''''AU. DOWN PAYMENT

his home. and some 41 guests candy, I PAY NOTHING MORE
were united to honor Mrs -
Johnson. A large birthday cake Sobfe Oral fcwety UNTIL NOVEMBER MAOHINBflV CO "

with write king adnrned wtth Next today U Sahta Oral M AMy A CiOWUTI uaK .
row buds. had an inscription on Sunday and the second dose of 0. MOOCMI OAS MATW ORLANDO FLORIDA TAMPACATERPILLAR
I 267 4 1 07 I
It which read: "Happy Vial the vaccine wQ bt administerj j! SUBURBANPROPANE :
Birthday Cram & was a very ed. The Indian River dry Wo -
fine party with refreshments maws dub will again be doe
her their service for th<* /.t....,1.. .., ... v '......Ner, ... ...f.t.t.1 EARLY
and snag .
: ,
or an and the honoree ait us H ,. i N. ",....e.U .t 1.. .. niece ..
entoyed tt thoroughly cane at the Cwjusa Elmer' 274411

Early: this AuBta, Mrs. Jons- ury Schuoi ...... """ ''It:> .,. ,

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I A Winning Formula: Want Ads + Unused Articles Equals Cash I

For Rent For RentWARIHOUSI For Sale Help Wanted Mobile Homes Plumbing Supply Real Estate

DMA am. Day 11ato
,. iten lbr W.d.rtt + GREASE GUN and oil drain MALI HELP WANTED FOR SAL
:U A.M. Ba" For Mon FOR RENT SPACE roll around type $75. CaU 267- SEPTIC TANKSof HOUSES
8975 or 8 Garnet Ave. BARGAINNEAR
WANT otnl AD nor RATH0a word Floor Sander Polihhera WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER for person willing to learn per-caat concrete steel reinforced SCHOOLS 2 bedroom,
Minimum Charge wet Phone AM 7-3B55! construction. Any alze up to BARGAIN HOUSE a. business. Good salary, t BEDROOM TRAILER. CloseIn. 630 to 1000 gallon. enclosed breeEeway
ALL CLAWHriHD AIM Factory Paint Outlet 30,000 square feet lease. 287 New and Used Furniture and apply in person. Suburban Call 2670844. Grease trope installed, tanks and porch. Paved streets,
PATAM4D: EN\ ABVAWCBExcept 0564. Industrial or commercial appliance. We buy trade and Propane. 2019 N. U.S. 1. pumped and cleaned, drain water. No
: sW.bll.h.4 AocoupUCUMtCted city sewage
aelL Refrigerators $25 and fields relaid. Pittman Septic
Baldwin Center available.
Shopping apace TRAILER SO x 10. one bedroom .
Dl.pl l'U' lute up guaranteed, 2510 HopkinsAve. DRIVERS WITH chauffers license auxxmditlonlng call Tanks, Inc, 267-4421 P. O. taxes. Newly painted throughout
Avallibl on RWIUMITh cash term. 267-
., Phone 267-4705. Open Other Christmas 267-6805 Eau Gable: 254- Box 2016 1'Itu1VWe.Real $900
prlrllrae. of nrtolnc or reJeoUnt For SaleSOT. Friday nights until 9. help needed. Good writing' es fI94a. 4430.
S n r dmrtlnmuit CAN BE FINANCED sential. Age 2150. R. E A. NEW SMYRNA BEACH, 4-
which" It de.ma objecllosabls GIRL TO share comfortable Express 2 BEDROOM TRAILER call Estate
and lo chmm tbe oliMtflcitlonof BEING TRANSFERRED SEWING MACHINE bedroom, 2 bath, near ocean.
repair, all
completely furnished home after 4:15: p.m., 2677755.
any .dv rtl im nt from thatordered TRAFFORD REALTY COM Fireplace, central heat and
And Wants Someone To Assume makes. Phone 2679208.
to conform to the policy with working/ lady. $65 month.
II PANY olfers an excellent APARTMENT HOUSE site, water air.
oC lets paper.The Remaining' I 4 payment
giar-Ailvocnte. will" not Call 267-4117 after 7 p.m. Of $9.50, On 64 Model Dial-O- Help Wanted career opportunity for licensed TRAILERS/ FOR SALE sewer, utilities. Excel. SWIMMING POOL HOME/!: near

b. ....,on.lbl. for more than FURNISHED, MODERN large Matlc Zlg Zag Makes Hundreds Real Estate: Salesmen lent location near schools, ocean. Full price $18,000, with
on. Incorrect InMi-tlon nor willIt In their Titusville office.A shopping, country club. Call $800 down, monthly payments
bo llablt for any error la 2 bedroom apartment. 267- Of Decorative Stitches, EXPERIENCED STEAM preaser. new 1962 SKYLINE 3 BEDROOM
advMtlMinitnU to t sr..Ur ox- 6288. Makes Automatic Buttonholes 412 S. Hopkins. Apply In hard hitting sales program, trailer excellent condition. Miami 758-7246. $102.
tent this tbo coat of lbs apice Sews On Buttons, Blind I. person. plus excellent training with a $100 down take over pay. WILL ACCEPT house, lot,
F ooou.led b" tbe item. la tb..dvertl.ement. boat In trade on
2 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED. Hems, Monograms, Embroid professional Realtor organ ments. 2678599. ACREAGE FOR SAL trailer or
All D.partmest.i Not suitable for small child ers, Dams, Patches, Etc. Pb. MALE OR Female. Salary plus ization, offers an unusual either of above properties.Call .
1100 Hopkins A".. ren. 267-2333. 267-3411. commission. No experience future for qualified salesmen. 1963 NATIONAL MOBILE home 428-6944 New Smyrna
Dial 267-4711 necessary Kresa Gas & Appliance : Please call Harry D. Neill, bedroom $500 equity take up 162 n. by 400 ft river to highway Beach, or write P. 0. Box
Office Hour t'OO: to B:90Malllni : FURNISHED, 2 bedroom In. PHOTO CHRISTMAS cards, Co. 1245 N. Magnolia : Cocoa 636-3131, for Interview. payments 33A22 Rt. 1, KittleSt. close In. Excellent buy. 2026.
Addnat Drawer A eluding all utilities, weekly Gregory Studio. 267-3766. St. IRC.PIMALI. Edwards Realty, 12 Baldwin
Tltuivlllo. na. monthly, 2674103. I COOK EXPERIENCED, openIng Shopping Center Phone: 267. LUXURY HOMESIn
BIG 11 cu ft refrigerator RCA HELP WANTED I apply m person Sanda 3604 Evenings and Weekends
NICE FURNISHED 2 bedroom New $159.93. Kresa Gas & Restaurant 319 Washington LIVE RENT
apartment 267-6317 or 267- Appliance Co. 1245 N. Hag WANTED RELIABLE WOMANto Avenue. [ beautiful Whispering Hill
Special Notice 6417. nolla St IRC Phone 267-5101. I care for 2Vi year old child, HOUSES FOR SAL located conveniently at the
In Lakeview Hills area. From LICENSED REAL Estate FREE! north end of Greenwood St.
RUMMAGE SALE F LORI DAN APARTMENTS 1 3 PIECE USED Maple bed. : 8.30: a.m. 5:30: p.m., 5 days sales person to set on FHA just off State road 405.
NOV. 21lt 8-12 close In, efficiencies weekly, room suite $59.50; 1 used weekly, call: 267-6521 after I Ii VA subdivision. Homes now CO down payment and 120 I a ONCE IN A BLUE MOONWe ) Bedrooms with panneled 4th
!, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE monthly rates, air conditioned Maple desk and chair $25; 1 i 5:30: p.m.MATURE ready for occupancy. For interview month will buy your own full get Listings This Good! bedroom which can be used asa
Sponsored by Zl Delta Mu 417 Julia Street. used cedar chest $20. Home I I call 2679440. acre mobile borne lot at beautiful den or for business. Fireplace -
of Beta Sigma Phi Furniture Company 2673565. : WOMAN to work in Lake Louise Estates. OCEANFRONT: 2 bedroom wall to wall carpets, ,
DUPLEX FOX RENT nursery at River Lanes Bowl. i Become your own landlord. house A -1 condition, fully Florida room, Fully equip.ed .
telephone GOLDEN BOOK Encyclopedias, ing. Good wages to responsible I InstructionsWESTERN Don't tear up rent receipts each furnished; closed garage and kitchen with dishwasher,
L Day 267-6808 16 volumes $10. 267-5612, 1608 person. Apply In person I month. Many families now reside oceanfront patio $19.850. disposal, built In range &

Night 2671399ALCOHOLICS BEDROOM CARPORT air Diane Drive.FRENCH Saturday 9.4 pm. HORSEMANSHIP in our beautiful trailer community : ONLY $12,700 for new 3. bed. oven, kitchen nook and din
conditioned. Kitchen furnish
ANONYMOUS visit ua and see for ning room, central air & oil
ed. $100 month 1015 English HORN Ambassador, RELIABLE WOMAN to care CLASSES room 2 bath home in top
U you want to drink, tbat'a your yourself the finest self-owned heat. Insulated ceilings and
267-5612, 1608 Diane Drive.
residential beach.
I business. It want to Street for 2 children and do light FUNDAMENTAL mobile home area near
you stop park. walls, inclosed 2 car garage
INSTRUCTION (Can be bought $400 total cash
drinking, that's our business. WESTINGHOUSE FLOOR housekeeping. 7:30-5: p.m., and utility.
FURNISHED 2 bedroom duplex BEGINNERS 14 miles east of Orlando on FHA)
must have
I in IRC, available November scrub brush and polishercomplete own transport. P. 0. BOX 423 Titusvllle Route 50 Phone 568-2761
AnImalsIUNIATURE 267-4661. Choose from brick veneer, stucco
with attachments.
22. 267-3999. First class starts Nov. 28 MOBILE ROME; OWNERS QUALITY! Completely furnish
287-0844. WHITE LADY to do housework LAKE LOUISE ESTATESOR ed bedroom, 2 bath home or pre-cast stone construct. I,

AKC $50. 720 Delano SCHNAUZERS, 2679481. HOUSES FOR RENT I dryer USED good GE electric condition clothes$65. son Saturdays. 267-6705 after Learn MEN To Operate Route CHRISTMAS No. 50 Christmas PARK Fla. heat with, air-conditioning and screened porch central- ion.PRICED FROM

HEAVY like $13,500.00.

DUST, SELL Oakwood 2 Dachshund Trailer Park puppies -, IRC 3 BEDROOM IVi bath, $10 ydo.ny f2 I nthJW1"year our SALESLADY 21. Apply ,In MINIMUM person Uptown AGE Scrapers Bulldozer--Drag Graders LlneaBack Phone: 5C8-2011 (Call 428.8221 for appointment) $21,900 I:

Barton St. Brown trailer. drape and stove furnished. Service Store, 315 S. Hopkins, 5 & 10. Mima Plaza. Hoe. Clam Shells JUST ARRIVED MARGARET S. KLIKNA,
Also electric oven. Very good condition. $125 Titusville, 2673013. REALTOR Call Mr. Ben M. Tyler
Complete practical training on
I monthly. Call 267-8048.
Boats For Sale BABY CARRIAGE (fold,) WOMAN national TO use telephone No sales for our modern machines at our 1965 SKYLINE, Budget: pricedat 419 Flager Ave., Bt'ach"lde! 267549.4COCOA i
2 BEDROOM, BATH, Mima. walker and Infant seat, 310 concern. Resident Training Sites, gives $3495. Front Kitchen, 2 NEW SMYRNA BEACH
I Utility room, carporte, $23 Darden Avenue IRC work. 9 to 5 daily, Monday you the background you need to bedroom. Modern decor. EQUITY, newly decorated
NEW '65 MODELS pay own utilities.l 267 thru Friday. Two weeks, $1.25 get the job you want as heavy 4 LARGE bedrooms, forced air 3 bedrooms, den, 1V4
19HO WILLY'S Jeep Station per hour. Write Box A-7, Star. equipment operator VA approv USED TRAILERS all GE equipment. FHA $16. baths carport, screened
14 FT. MFG: Boston Whaler type Wagon, four wheel drive. Advocate. 700 $600 down. 2673564. porch, near everything. 632-
hull foam floatation 3 double 3 BEDROOM, BATH and Mi, $1050. 2671769. EXPERIENCED ailk or wool! For complete Information call '64 YELLOWSTONE 27'x8',1 BR 2298. _
irata and aide pocket $330 2677678. I5S-3337 or send name, address TWO BEDROOM cement block
full time. In
premier, Apply
i with steering console $33 LARGE FISIIING worms 200 and telephone number to: 59 MARLETTE 36'x8', 2 BR home; additional rooms can 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH Florida
1 BEDROOM, 2 bath house, Seminole, 267-1376 Indian River person. Master Cleaners 2500 ASSOCIATED HEAVY: be added; large/ lot; only 35 room and pool. $16.500. 228 f
14 FT. LONESTAR bucket aeati fenced yard excellent neighborhood / I City. S. Hopkins. EQUIPMENT SCHOOLS STREAMLINE, 28'x8', air cond. minutes to Cape. Very low Golfvlew Drive. 267.0803.
!, windshield and steering, foam some furniture if CLERK.STENO"IlT: Public 2118 Lake Christie Drive 1 BR.NASHUA. price to Interested party,
desired, 2917 Holly 267-6275, PINK GRAPEFRUIT $2.50 bu., EDGEWATER 3 BEDROOM ,
floatation .
complete $395
Tinfow Lenore Avenue
$125 monthly oranges $3. O bu. South Lake. Works Department. Must have Orlando Fla. 30'x8',1 BR . . home. Wood floor Dining I
knowledge of typing and short
2673908. lot.
room. Fireplace. Large
ROGERS OUTBOARD 2 BEDROOM, furnished no hand. Must be able to meet SMALL DOWN PAYMENT phone 267.1481 $11,000. Park Avenue Realty: ,
Garden St. 267-6414 children svsllablt November22nd 8 GAS HEATERS, automatic the public. Excellent work. EASY TERMSMARTIN'S
p03; REAL ESTATE WHISPERING LAKES area 3 103 E. Park Avenue. Edge-
controls vented BTU'a. Ing conditions. Beginning sal.
2677498. 20,000 water.
bedroom, 2 bath air conditioned
$12.50 each or lot $10 each. ary $282 per month. EXAM MOBILE -- _
AIRBOAT with 65 hp. Franklin 3 BEDROOM 1 BATH large clone to shopping,
All good condition. 801 OrangeSt. HOMES SALES 3 BEDROOM, BATH and U,
Aircraft Ensue. 2677071. house and grounds unfurnished. 2673400. BEAUTICIAN WANTED full Simplified course, planned school, NASA Causeway, $700 2677678.
1224 N. U.S. 1
No stove or refrigerator. or part time Raymond's Jan 4th call Wm. down $89 per month, includes

Building ,,& Const. $110 month. Bessie Cabella.: REPOSSESSED SPINET Beauty Lounge. 267-3186'- Economou. North Titusvllle of Overpass 267-3081 all. 2673780. 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH house.
267-1643. Save over $200 on this piano. Cocoa NE 2-2121 $500 down monthly payment
NIDY'CONSTRUCTION/ red Take up payments CLERK STENO I. Recreation 3 $62. Indian River Heights/
detitlals, commercial and rehiodejlntf. IRC 2 BEDROOM, built-in KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC Department. Must have knowledge TRAILER SPACES FOR RENT garage open house 2-5 Sat. 267-7071.
12 years In Titustitle. range, air conditioning, drapes 2128 W. Tropic 267-6385 (if typing and short ENVELOPES Business Sizes, urday and Sunday November
'Licensed and; bonded. Mra. Council 267-7021 Saturday hand. Must be able to meet for mailing./ Full stock at LARGE 46 x 100 lot children 21 and 22nd. 2905 Karanda '
Phone AM 72326. Sunday, Tuesday and 30" GAS RANGE $99.95. Floor public. Excellent working Star-Advocate. section. New Frontier Park. Street. (Gardendale) Tltus Continued Cn Next Page
Thursday, Demonstrator. Kresa Gas A conditions. Beginning salary 267-0933.) ville.
Business Appliance Co. 1243 Magnolla < $256.00 per month, --- -- -- -- -------
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Property BEDROOM bath awlm 'l2e7. -- IA 1IIf'IrJ /"" / ''''
ming pool, unfurnished $140 MALI HELP
EW SMYRNA oceanfront 463.' monthly, 267.3267, Z eke OLD NEWSPAPERS, suitable i' V/fE
X 523', $77,500. Term. Harris Evan. In packing and moving furniture INSURANCE AGENTS. Will qlJ '
Realty; Inc., 2670413. Brokers wrapping fish, protecting train. Salary 3100. 267-7125. }
cooperate./ OFFICE FOR RENT floors and furniture when
etc. Big bundle SOc. N1N N I .",, #h, ,,, d. '_.
NEW BUILDING office painting 'J'1 ,=- "" .
Camping Hunting space if ,.4. .
Circulation dept. at Star-
U.S. 1 So. TitusviUe, 2.000 Advocate rear of building. .I I : 'J L ;: \'. ; ''of == : {

HEAVY DUTY canopy trailer .q. ft. 2672849. If ..
new. Urea 267-7983 after 4 On U.S. 1, prime location, call GUNS bra Ci:Rt'1t4 ....- ...

pm. 267.8806. 730 South Dixie -'- r ..

LARGE COVERED. Can be seen utility at trail Elk: ROOMS FOR RENT Old U S. 1 1I ..58er .1. "I in

Service I:: Station opposite Oak- I Indian River City teN.a. i f.y Family Living
wood N. Mima.
: < ,. '
1607 PALMETTO STREET, for : y "f \\ ..
CAMPER, REASONABLE. Seett I gentleman:: that prefers home I FURNITURE FOR sale, cheat "
second house north of atmoiphere, good cooking and of drawers breakfast set, end \

Kelly's Block plant, Mima. I laundry. 2676219. tables, desk, bed, box spring 6 i The Best Home Buy
', and mattress 267-3034. ",, .;; .<
INDIAN RIVER City rooms for ,
Child Care .. q. ,, :,-::
2. Good food. New home, 287- 12 CU. FT. Kelvlnator refrigerator -gJ. ... .

CHILD: CARE by hour, day, or 89119.( $30.:2677176.Very good condition, : : In Titusville t! .

week. Indian River Heights. $13.50 per week. Private home, j W
267-5766. 267-116110 after I p.m. DEER RIFLE bolt action 1903-
,I A3. New. Never fired. $3J.
For Rent ROOMS FOR rent. 602 Tropic Also S it W 44 Magnum 8 .q.L.4J ; '

J Street 3/8" barrel $100. 2673722. eli N ,. : Dale's Addition
PRIVATE BATH and entrance .
EQUIPMENT Want tI m.lte a fit move' It
Sales =; Rentals Repairs quiet 1 or 2 men, $10 weekly 7 and 9. Baby clothes and lakes a lei .f skill to handle .

Construction Equipment 267.2090. baby furniture. 2672293. some m.... that's why to '
Hand Tools LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING, private many people In this area like lo : IA i To C !
M E. Merrltt Is. CausewayDaya entrance, private bath. mirror and plate glass top, lei us move their household ef,, i' rdendalel

.. 836.134G-Nlllbt 635.0160rpN Corner 50 & US 1 next to IceHouse $50. Call 267-254J before noon fects. W. save you lime, worry

SRO month for 1, $75 267-0769 after I pm. end.effort x "a
Thin CIRCUIT COVET or for 2. 2673679. .
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FHB' NINTH/ + BREAKFAST NOOK set Including Think Of vi

cH rOyNTT NCERT, IN, AND FLORIDA NO. WT>> ROOMS conditioned' with for bath Mila, TV worker, air 4 chairs. 2674763. gr: BIG :3 & 4 E !J!HOO) \ t ., E----

NOTICE or mir $33 weekly double, $23 single. USED REFRIGERATOR 8 CU. FIDELITYAgent

THOMAS. ROAN, PUInllffVi 267-4103. ft. $30.Co.Kresa 1245 Gas N. &Magnolia Appliance .. 2 BATH HOMES with

$12.50 PER PERSON.per week ssj
St. IRC Phone 267-5108. 1300
(;toRdiA: LEE ROAN. Rocket Motel Slims Phone 2 car carports 7
... .

TO: GEORGIA R. i'"If. SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies c
..: Ptiniylvanl I warehouse prices. See u. today

Veil{ .ra h...." notified that. St. 267-3400.for rent 801 Orange I Shopping, 2111 Center.Garden 287-5733 St. Nidy or OR NIGHT /P Paved streets and sidewalks aquare feet of
4'9mpinlnt for Divorce his beenflDd
.i.ln.t you In lb. Court lined r 287-1926. Phone> AM 7-0228 area
.bov< tad th. bbravUinl. 1111.Clr STORE SPACE FOR RENT Extra large lots IZeliving J
the MM I. Mt forlk hurtln-

.bo vii, 4a tail..'ou....,* a r.eopy hereby of. your Mtulrtd NEW STORE building for office Central heat (forced air)
Answer or Pie.din to tbt Com- or business. 13 x 60 ft ROCK GARDEN NURSERY
blunt en tbt ,Pl lnllffi .itarn>v, Heated and aircondltioned. 1I/ Plenty of
C'l.ud. Pepper W.lkw Pc.i-.oii
HIS Byrd ri.M. Coco. riorliU. Phone 267-6160. ms OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY 267.2919 Play Area
sad fli th* oritliml Answer or
"lledl.1r la lhu omee Clf the ('I.rllfir FUR RENT or lease, store Between I1l1m. and TltulVUle
Circuit' Court not Inter than space. 20 x W tt., or suitable K mile north of LaGrange Cemetery for the kids
(h Htb day of Dwombrr. IWH
If you roll la do ..., n Dtc>.... Pro for office. Located Magnolia
ton'"o will 110 lakes ...I.ot :you Flora $125 monthly 267-1928. Get Aquainted Sale W: fJ PRICED Close to schools and shopping
for lb. relict drminiled In' lbs
fomnUlnt.COURT ATTRACTIVELY City Water and Sewage
[ a BAD: WAREHOUSE FOR RENT 2 Acr., Full If Plants, Trees A Shrub

Clerk of Circuit Court COST
WAREHOUSE suitable for 18
By: V. a). tipanrlerDeputy
Clerk' shop, or atorage. In
>ro". IS, 30. 2T Dee. 4 IFrf.l 1M4."Al" center garage of town. See H. H. Uguatrum from S .CO XTitA SIIICIAL c s15,000 COMPLETEDDRIVEOUT

a I Hudson at StarAdvocate.Just Viburnum from S co PEAT MOSS rAe I

1..1. ? from S .50 full hi..

Camelllae from S100 TODAY

MIERNOW Juniper TO s16,500 Take Garden Street Weil, Turn Right at Singleton I
$6.00 month will
per .n type from $1.00 WE NOW HAVE J ((1st Street West of City Water Plant) and
YOUR LOCAL buy your child the most Slgna to Model H.m.sLOW .
from .35
"ELECTROLUXMAN" valuable Christmas gift OF DOWN III "W ti



PolishersPNEWSSALESE Cleaners Representative REWORK OLD RUNDOWN SEE US LlIf"1frlll1iiiii4

'!: & 267-4775 YAIDS. COMPLETE UNDo For Any Of Your \
PHONE 267.7380 after S fcy .pt. only I FREE ESTIMATES Fertilizer N.III ;



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HOUSES FOR SAL rUhing Boating Swimming
COUNTRY CLUB HeighU 3 bedroom 3 BEDROOM S bath la excellent I. 1 BEDROOM bath. Excellent NEW GARD.1\ )ALE 3 bedroom Sandbeach, Boat docking

|)W SELLING In lilt section : a"f.:: "f. location. Beautiful Included.land condition near lake Good, 2 bath central heat. and otkr recreation facll
f Lakefront Estates located room, en a scaping. Carpet fishing Total price air conditioning built In tie will be yours when you
,ust beyond Whispering' Hill tinning carpets drape, free S6SO down. Monthly paymeoti $400 down. Btfwardi 112.900'1 range, dishwasher, doubt car r'.dm move Into the all new Ltk.
washer and dryer Price 106.00 including tease and in garage Larg* beautifully!
Country Club State Road 405. U Baldwin Shopping view Hills residential area
Beautiful( 3 bedroom, Hi bath lai.JOO mortgage balanceliatoO. surasce Edward Realty, U. Phone: 2C7-3004 Evenings and landscaped corner tot,offered ,C .a ,y 1tl See these all new I bed
onventional-FHA. Low down Down payment $3,000 Baldwin Shopping CenterPbone Weekend 287-2391. fenced in backyard, room 2 bath, enclosed garage

payment Call 2672711. W.FHA jftjldr No*Qualifying 2OT-SS63. Call J. Weekends; 267-3604: 2672321.M .Night & SCHOOLAREA by ovr'*r, 38T.nH w tttWy'4 rt.. -,. iaomes under construe.lion
COQUINA at convenience
BEDROOM liver City 1 For bath Information Indian BLOCK HOUSE: in quiet nice IMMEDIATELY Into 2 bath 1 year old must sell Place your order now tad
till 2670813.) neighborhood, close in, front 3. or 4 bedroom homei. brand< no qualifying, Illume mort- r get Homestead ExemptionIns :
and beck porch, trees, wood new in area of much higher HILL TOP gag* of $11,300, $77.09 month. i5. Priced at only
,ICECtmVE HOME restricted floors, large kitchen unfurnished priced borne*. Small down ly payments plus beat Offeron i 8J ) $13.BOO with low fltAorV,
Tea 2800 iq. ft. living area, 10500. Will sell furnished payment and only $83 monthly The moment you walk Into the equity 267-3096. monthly payment asS
bedroom $28,000, $3100 1317 Indian River Ave- total payment. VA no down entrance foyer you realize this pay more elsewhere
own. 267-7399. flue 2674099.S I II payment BRENTWOOD ES. U a real family; home (Continued on next page) receive loss?
I TATES. west on Garden St..
i)BEDROOM 1 bath recently MILES north of Oak Hill 3 AM 7.7142 or 632-3633. To your left U a large formal 103-Bta looking for a smell
redecorated, bug 73 s 253 bedroom Itt bath furnish living room and to your right $6,950Nice acreage Vt.let.. Then Via
lot, hallow well, located on ed, double garage, boathouse I WHISPERINGHILLS your family room then on may be acre with
[Old Dixie Highway, con dock and sea w.ll.1 the icparat dining room and<: handyman's special only Burkholm Road frontig
fventlonal financing, $11,450. Phone for appointment. 2672326. kitchen $65 month. You can live Many trees, good fertile volt!
1267-8488. real inexpensively, needs anti a flowing stream run
ctiivenient.1Itttlern! Utinc
I From the master bedroom some attention here and ( along one side j of this de-
L Titusville you walk out Into your own prlvit there but a real steal for JT sirs W. tract IWOO down
solarium, for lunbathing. the family that want toget
Live In A House That BUILDER'S barbecuing: or growing plinti. ahead.BUILD. 101-1 acres Just off OIl Dlxl

Call ui for in appointment.Total TO SUIT LMMrI Ai i .4 e P w r e+iaw.rbsa Highway Mims. $4400 between par aere.City and

PILCHILT FURNISHED price $1S. 00. IiM.e ,wawawtnt.3le6aT
111-12 acres aorta of Mlm'
SUTTON & ASSOC. HAVE lovely new addition with U.S No. 1 highwiLfrontje.
MODEL and plans galor Best bet Very suitable for

DOTTY'S $9450 "DOTTER"e ',3 Room Bedrooms with, 2 Baths, Family Double 132$REALTY So. Washington CO. I for horn the from person$20,000.wanting up. W a* el trailer t27ioo with Open. Priced tirmi. a\

267-A440 find what w
Conditioned y help you
can you
e Garage, Air Beautifully '

arw+w r.tnaM r IJT-Vtmll of US. No. 1
Coat Includ Lot want save you money.
Landscaped. Corner BRIARWOODEstat e.wr.e frontage Included la this II
Large Screened Porch Lot Includes I Carpeting Custom : site. graai carpeted, Bob Koehler F acre parcel. $1150 per acre
Drapei Built In aluateCenter tree studded iota. S, 4 and S SPACE REAL ESTATE. LNC./ with suitable terms and re-
Other Extras, it leis bedroom homes electric kitchens 267.6668 ...
WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE than replacement cost of the central beat and air, .
OF THE WORLD'S SAFEST IATHINO BEACH house Itself torn ready for occupancy or ---- 40iV -Cholce building I lot I
choose your lot and plant. No available In several choir
Leis Than $70.00 Per Month $22,600.00Live qualifying no closing cost loratinna Select your )lot
I conventional loam convenientto and have a born bull
10 NEW HOMES In a Professionally Decorated but out of light and noise from your plans
Home at Tremendous' of super-hlghwsy. Parochial
Ready To MOT Into, Some FKA Financed Savings I and public school buses 1 419-420 I 123 building lot
mile north of Tltusville, La. $2300 Cash or win *om*
also .*. "SHADY OAKS" HOMES NORTHWOOD Grange area, off Old Dixie THERE ARESTILL termi.
PRICED FROM $15,000 to $30.000
4MA-Msgnolli Street frontage
Highway.CALL -
SOME WITH POOLS BUILDERS, INC. i priced under $*> per

On Of The FInit SubdlvUlooa In Th. Area PHONE 267.4831 267-0300 LOTS front foot.

LOTS FOR SALE Termi To Suit TITUSVILLEANYTIME ITS-For the small speculatorU.
S. No. 110ft. frontage
IT STANDSFOR x 135 ft. deep $1350 ea b.

3011 SAXON DRIVE COUNTRY I76-U1. No. 1 frontage U
SMYRNA FLORIDA center of Ml mi. Close ..
IN e MO( ft. priced at $l .MO.
T.L 423-8928. 4286888JUST LIVING INTEGRITYThis Open Urms.

Best Buy of the Month 120-FHA ewnd Iwvm. Lee
BEAUTIFULFOREST down, low monthly pay
3 Bedrooms, 1 bath bome ., menu. Several to etwwa
with Built In Kitchen, ter. from Call for appointment
ratio floors Cirporte and 8 to see.
Utility room. Oil heat and
A FEWLEFT air conditioned. Lot BIll 125 HILLS
with 10 abundance of shrubi.Appraiied no-Brind. new home insq
ft. of living da-
value $14 K)0) 00.
Selling; price only $12,60000: lid heat I bedrooms 1bath.
IN BEAUTIFUL with very good termi. li the official ml of Nice area Priced at
Ill 500 with' Just $330 downand
the National Association of $n monthly,
JOHNNY A. MOLES Real Eitat Boardi. Only ..... ipprox.
Forest Hills members of the Associationmay .... IET M.-Urge 1 bedroom S bath
display this seal And .. us horn on tttrictiv Mendr
U40 S. Hopkins Ave., .
Tltusville, Fla.. only those who display this .. e w. ire alio .peIsllits Lan. Many *xtrll with
-- --- Phone 2678327Evening seal may. call themselvesRealten. ... home la room this dreo=dI home. only
267-7338 .. Build your own $ down
r addition, and reModeling Shows by ippolntraant.
j George M. Barley, Jr. .
of these luxurious Ms! MS-Aiauifl mertgag B*
J. W. Childre, Realtor l'on one sure to check on thi* vacant
New In the ? Don't
area horn, move' rght to.
buy before you sea our Danenbur,', Beach DRIVE OUT TODAY Beautiful wall kept tri level
large selection of homesIn I, Realty .. home, I twin vise "d.
all area*. Let one of Duify'i Real Estate iI(( CHOOSE ONE OF OUR FLOOR PLANS rooms, t bathi, fldos*!
our courteous talesmen e Bryan-Conway & : garage and large U 1 16basement
ChooM From 3 Quality Built Homes show you ALL the new Wirutcad, Inc. OR WE WilL BUILD TO SUIT yOU family room
It )
AREA Priced $11.100. $3AO0
Loaded With Extras e Campbell Associate, JOIN TIll: MANY HAPPY down and lirum wlsttag
Street properly Inc. HOMES CUSTOM BUILT YHAWKINS mortgage.

IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYSEE with. good C. B. house, Edward Realty : ...
.: CO.
zoned for business lerr- Ed Kittle. Agency 116-mm.oul.1t r...-__
tee or professional. No Harris Realty, Inc. horn, I years old. Attrsc-
THEM TODAY! more at this price L. B. Newman, ) .. .."- live lot la quiet resldentlslirea.
Hn I bedroom ad
1750000. : .. PHONE ..
Realtor ( ... ... a bath Pay IllM dews
ED KITTLES Dorm Searlt Realtors end mum tl .100 mort-
CO. Stoner Realty ,, gig*, parable at $UT permonth
AGENCY which 'Include aJL
FISHER I Sydney Schwartz
Phon. 267-0564 Shown by ippolatmeat
til S. Wsthln'tMi Ave. J. Smith

Phone" 247-0141 *f 14MMJEvnln I -- -- oo-Lovely bone te icy 4..
174771 L velopmeni. r.ltune.*.>
- ., I Ir Oral bat and air ...otleeInl. -

For a DEAL 'L Now Is The Time Three, dllhw."er'JI..I.

all for $17.700 With ITO
worth e dirwa and $120 pr I\1tttJI.
Mate la appointment ..
J ....

aCCMWNGABOUT To Choose K$ Ned a .Omb( bom
( I home tad builaet property .
? U 10, we Save in ...
Your New idlest buy for ,.. Gad

1 ...... comfortable home and twe
JESS W. CHILDRE upstate building I which
.4.'. .:;1. SHc could 'b* used for T.V shop,
SEEDUFFY I CIALIOC .I/IL SC ..... Home etc Shown afternoon after
: ,-. 2.00 and evening
-. dP m* "- -....
I t ..' ---- Neat
HI- 2 bedroom M well
landscaped shaded M.
I ; Yes, take time now to see the newest Quiet neighborhood. Wife
.115 ACRES L., tog distance la Pirkwiv
and the finest In good QUALITY I Junior High School 14<<
.4 Nertti W Mime" An f ice) shopping renter. Reduced

lent Bvy. WHITE ACRES I aJ built beautiful homes In to and 1400 well for worth a quicker It Ml

5 ACRES La. .-.--
0 No QU.1ItJIJII-New 4 bedroom, E:-Trailer ind prlvst ni
Grange Arse. 2 bath Sell Price $17.300. 11 IKOO win consider term.
l Down payment Se00. Monthly! -
10 ACRES Lowest payment $127 including principal
Interest, lazes and iftaurinc -
r .f Mlm*. *.

3 BEDROOM 2 ..... New 3 bedroom, 1H bath.I I JtPARK
Sell price $14,MO. Dow ,.,., LANTERN 8DANENBURG
H.me (New) en 1 acre .M, ready t* ment $430 Monthly payment

"'.". 1ft $111 bxluding principal In-
test, asei and insursx !
2 BEDROOM HOME 'Titusville's Most Distinctive New Subdivision"a a,

L.. dawn ,.,"'.... and .ec.Rudterms. New price- $11,000.3 bedroom.Down> bU.payment dell

$600 Monthly payment $111 '
V Including principal, interest Some Models Are Now Ready CITY CONVENIENCE .
I. 20 ACRES Use and insurance. I
Nigh a Dry For Your Inspection TAXES '
All UswaM ,,.,,,.,* MI 2 Ceunfy New I bedroom 2 bath, Conventional : .NO CITY REALTY
Reeds.IXCCUCNT. financing S17.MO;1 1payment 3, 4 & 5 BEDROOM HOMES -
Down S9SO. Large llr WATER & SEWERS
U.S. 1 fRONTAGE wg room turquoise kite...... all beautifully finished & completely equipped lv>14 South Washington


eomweMal tiff. on U.S. No. 1,
MUCH MOm TOO AT awl Garden Street from $1.000 HEAT IN ALL HOMES DIRECTIONSFISHER Men. thru Stor
) to ri.ooo. by ippolatmnt

REAL ESTATE Call Drive We* en 0rde *-: .. ": (24 Hr. T L Au. farvie)

PHONEAM 7-0821 i J. W. CHILDRE Realty CONSTRUCTION CO. Center R4 *r i far .. Where/ buyer and saber ..-

44-Muru ale mile* *. lament ?.'%. pact and get better and filter
land Hwy
ner J: .No 2C7-SM3! PHONE 217-0514 ServiceTltvlY"l.
Service Beyond the Cootrict"i

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Immediately available.No excellent condition. Star-Advoeate.
1961 TR 3
Real Estate Coin-
qualifying immaculate SETTLES ROOFING $1200. 267-0386.
New paint job
", beautiful air condition i INCOMI PROPIRTY LOTS FOR SAL plete Roofing and Remodel-
3 BR. 2 bath home in HOUSES FOR SAL FREErrr! 1004 Pine Street. 1959 CHEVY V4 ton pickup.
excellent location, don't 2 STORY DUPLEX plus cot. L P. BOTTLED GASINSTALLATION lone: 267-3455. 4770. $625. 287'1 OPEN HOUSE
CLASSIC'HOMES 3 LOTS 80 104 each, south of
misa this one. Only$1,800 tage, furnished $150 ft. to x !
down. $113 per month. beach $14,900. New Smyrna Tituiville/ area. Reasonably FAST FILM developing 24 hour FOUR DOOR Plymouth
Nothing Down, See Us To- Beach phone 428.6810. priced. 2674651. Suburban Propane Kodachrome-Ektachrome aervlce. SPECIAL for Nov. 8 cyL Perfect running condi Sunday, 1 pm-5pm
135 before
The larger home you've day. Titusville'Best Home FOR SAL or RENT 2019 U S. 1 N. 267-6411 20 slides and Kodachrome tion. 10 Reasonable.a m. or after Phone 9 p.m.- 1359 Overlook Dr.
been looking for. Like Value, 3 and 4 Bedrooms, 2 ServicesDR..3SMAKING 8 mm movie-88c per roUt I 267-4326.
new. Corner lot, separate Full Bath Homes with Gar- 3 (BEDROOM HOUSE, newly Jean's Jewelry, Big Apple Sales Price:
dining room, 32' living redecorated. Near Coquina Plaza. (Continued on next page)
You'll love this ages. ORIGINAL
room. School. 11500. 267-3909. $14,750
one. Air condition. Only styling expertly fitted, alter-
$2,200 Hhandles. BUY NOW 114 ROOSEVELT Street for ationa for men's and women's $450.00 downS
tale at only $6,500. garments Ullien Hudson, "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service"
ED KITTLES WILL TRADEat 267-3158. BEDROOM bath separate
3 bedroom 4261 Beverly St. well and; : built-
AGENCY Colonial Heights South Lake Village. Bunt in DAVE'S TREE Service. CaU T. In kitchen, Venetian blinds
111 S. Washington Av.., Hopkins Ave. South kitchen.Contact$115 John month.A. Gordon E, Harris at 267-2312. &- and air conditioner remain
I Phone 747-0831 Or 2t7-5I23 267-8641 Reg Real Estate Broker ROOF SPRAYING, both and Utiz&Ie. with house. This is one landscaped of.
Evenings 2(74770 I .CorJr./JJ.1. the most beautifully
23 Main AM7.3025 Tltuiville gravel or tile. 267-1260. f) art L nur city with properties fruit tree In, oakland the

JIl palms. Stop by and
see or call Tom Galvin

401 South c 't Telephone FURNISHED, 3 bedroom 2
bath, house on large lot
Washington AM 7.2011 TOTAL PRICE $11.500.00
George Owner will lease this house
with option to buy to responsible

Barley 1. THIRTY-NINE YEARS Our full party
I. R. C. area. This beautiful
Inc. time sales staff consisting of four 3 bedroom, IVi bath, home
members, represent nearly forty with screened porch, wall ,
REAL ESTATE l to wall carpet, built in
9tates years of licensed, professional real kitchen, and many extrason
large 100 x 126 lot all for
estate service in Titusville and sur- $15,500.00.GARDEN .

rounding communities. We invite STREET area In
you to avail yourself of this experience close, this fine home Is on
90x195 ft. lot with
whatever your real estate need orange trees 3 bedroom, 2
$10,995 may be. full bath or use 111 14
FROM ONLY 1. Paul Conway R. C. Wlnlncl. Ir. Florida room for fourth
(I Indian River Heights.Immaculate Nee 17EW Preldnt Vle.Prellden' bedroom all for $1..300.00.
2. 80 just Carpenter
ASSUME 4% V.A. mortgage
Cozy, 2 S this 3 bedroom 2
: Road $1400.00 per acre.
8 5
Bedroom, 1V4 baths, WEST GARDEN STREET-TITUSVILLE MODELS bath home in WhisperingHuls
built.in range and Oven. IDEAL HOME LOCATION IN NORTH BREVARD'S [ with I extra large
3. This weekend, drive out Singleton
Screened porch, large 2-3 and 4 rooms can be yours for
lot, Better hurry, only MONTHLY MOST EXCLUSIVE RESIDENTIAL AREA BEDROOMSSee Avenue (North off Garden Street) $107.00 Per month after
$82 per month after Includingwry Superb location In rolling hills, only moments from to two story model home at first down payment.INVESTMENT this
South Lake recreation, and just a short drive to son property
||down thing\ !
payment downtown Titusville shopping, or to U.S. 1 and NASA t intersection. Information available already zoned R3, 200' 1100' -
Causeway: twenty-love homes from $15,500 with city water and
sewerage can be sold for
RENTALS All lots on paved streets, sidewalks, $11,000.00.IF .
(SEVERAL Excellent our newest concept in luxury living, -? curbs and gutters, City water and r1o YOU HAVE A NEED IN
homes "value with ,,, REAL ESTATE WE CAN
furnished and unfurn packed feature sustwooa sewer. SALESMAN on premises FILL IT.
(shed homes for rent In yet every home i moderately priced ISTATts I. 'Epp', BlvlngiR from ten o'clock everyday. Art Roeder
ITUSVntf 'ld e ntl l8IM
iTitusville. Mar aaleemU CHARLES M. f

t 342 S.267-3622 Washington a COSMOPOLITAN tnvAKD't LARGEST CONSTRUCTION QUALITY HOME luuorxs CORP.We" I Et Bryan-Conway & ?AJindeaa .ice MAXWELLREALTORS

; o 2671868Titusville; PHONE: AM 7-7142 or NE 6-8385 a:
AM 7.2011Day, Night or Holidays Phone 287-78<<

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i Used Cars & TrucksLET Used Cars & TrucKs TERMS TERMS TERMS Classified Ads This StandsFor Read The Ads And Profit .

HILLMAN MINX '58 $1T1 Evenings 1964 DODGE DART 4
- HOW ABOUT ME sell your automobile. 267-4909, TUusvtlle door, beautiful: light BUILDERSWANTED
Browning Auto QualityThis
Sales 403
Trailer Ct. green, radio and heater
Hopkins 267-1520. automatic, whitewalls
1964 EL CAMINO con all deluxe feature
pickup big
dition $373 Dixie Trailer Park *, low miles, can
S engine straight drive heater ? GARDEN APARTMENTS
white side walls, perfect 2S7-65T2 be financed M month "FOREST HILLSESTATES"
1961 FALCON 4 door,
condition.local Low finanung.equity, 261.assume CAUSEWAY SPECIAL '52 radio, heater, standard "Welcome to Gracious Living"
Henry J $125. 267-0518. transmission $65
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1093 LEFT Located one mile north of highway SO west of IT S. No.

YOUR OWN \OW ;YOURVN. $' CIOU H to.t list JHAN. ( J fJ VI 4 door, 395 CHAS. JANNARONXTltusvUIe ) "Iq'trg5 equal 1, with distance river privileges to either .causeway. convenient, yet with to everything an strnoi-,

,., .' .,' 1959 MERCURY, fully Shopping' Center pliers of a country estate Luxuriously finished, wall to
AM 74441 wall carpeting, each apartment different with its
NEW HOME! ulp cgs s i 99 personality Individual utility and storage room, 12
1EAKKBAND ESTATES station wagon :350 of the National Asiocla- cubic feet automatic defrosting 1 door refrigerator .
M FORD, Country lion of Home Builders. central TV system costs no more and I less than others
YOU.TODAY. AND. WE'LL HELP Sedan TERMBROWNING HOME & POOLDo Only members of the Its and equal' .other. Spaciously landscaped private grounds .
many Inviting features. Available
National Association and
VA. rUKHAMH a MNWNM. MM 1MMI AUTO SALES you' want a complete lag
405 Hopkins 167.1520continued home designed for the full local association are allowed NOW MNTINO
DESIGNED Newest, moil modem dsvelopmeM. hiHie use of all the numbers of to display this
oreol Most Iwnny at the I ( on next pace: ) your family, small and large seal
FOR BETTER Moranry,with b brick fronts bin" kitchen and grownups with dishwasher toot Large, disposal W. J. SMITH, Realtor PHONE 287-3511
scoped yards e CelenM' Alexander Construction
LIVING windows a tile both with full eeW OPEN HOUSE unit built In oven and
RETIREMENT fixtures e terrene floors a spadeus stove, and with separate eat. Company
clouts with lowered dears a double ing area, family room den Broyhill Development
HOME sliding glass door verlooMng" yard Sunday 2-5 P. M. with bookcase wall custom
3 AND 4 BR1 built-in, TV jocks e Mo window sills 945 Forrest Road built by a cabinet makercarpeted Chlldre Homes Inc. LOOKING FOR A HOME?

Enjoy this your lively retirement elder,: 2 yearsIn bedroom 1, 114, 2H BATHS utility CENTRAL room HEAT 40-gotlon e concrete water driveways heater Indian River City carpeted dining living I room.room l$and' of Cowart des Carter, Inc. I Don't Have The Down Payment

h. m .. Situated .n e and MOREl Beautiful brick' J bedroom sliding glass doors opening onto Cozart Const .
nicely I landscaped lot just 2 bath, bwilf-ln kitchen I with; a large 28' x 1]' roc>fed. CompanyFisher w.
I one block off Indian River $11,500-$14,050 cR: Iooutlfulkitchens. lulrMn Tappan Island bar, panelled den, plus over and screened patio to Construction Co.
Setting la peaceful and quietbut dt.Mty' Wakes. (7V range with hood exhaml. Double family room with fireplace. which Is attached a large WHY NOT TRADE !
downtown Tltusville Is ,., nIwsn.a rinks fortes cebinetil Class eliding' doers leading to fomoletelv' screened .,>,<-'. Flitch Construction: Co.
'lust blocks away. Pricedat ,large screened bi paste with mug pool with extra large John Beach
(lust $10,500 but In neigh. 15 30 pool, plus fully fenced surrounding patio I area
borhood of $30000 homes. ...... back yard, 2 car garage, con. Alumninum framing In gold Louis & Brown, Inc Let ITS show yew hew you may have your Dream
Call for appointment te In. N teal heat and air, and many anodlie for beauty and Home the easy way. If you have equity In e house,
spect. MODELS FROM $80 MONTHLY mere ...,... This home must large bedrooms and 3 care.S tile Justice Homes, Inc. Lee Trailer' Beat. Car Notes er Anything ef Value _
be seen te be appreciated.Arthur .. baths with closets Call Us. We will take It In en e new home fey your
t SEE THEM NOW Including principle' Intereir, taxes, extra big Northwood Builders, Inc femMy,
Iniurance, MOM and lot S. Griffith Handy to good schools and
; .CHARMING playmates for your children. Penzlnar Bros.
I Reg. Real Estate Broker Large W x 120 ft. lot with Robert Evans
: I RESALESee 2502 S. Hopkins Ave. beautiful towering pines and "THI TRADING IFICIALISTS"
NEAR SCHOOLS e CHURCHES SHOPPING CENTERS e PARKS 267-8626 oaks; situated In a beautiful Ronald Moretto

this' '' roomy' 1 bedroom section of Whispering Hills Tiffany Builder., Inc. SUTTON & ASSOCIATESREALTY
2 bath home tedayl In well Only $28,750
kept community on north complete living I 'dt'lowCt:; James Trimble
tide. Has spacious living N,,SINGLETON AVEH TITU5VIUI FLA. .PH. 267-4146 Schlueter' XH-mt Anjtlme William EvenranWlngate CO.

and dining areas, built.In NO QUALIFYINGVery Space Real Estate 267.9440 1528 S. WASH.
kitchen. Like new. Yours for -- -- Hornet

reasonable down payment --- --- -- _. .
-- ---- --- __ __ ____
bedroom -
'and assumption. of existing lovely S I --- ---- ----- -- -- -- -- -- --- -- n -- -
bath home close to school
FHA lean payments of $112 LUXURIOUS
and shopping $1100 down
including everything. Btt. 34 BEDROOM
.ter hurry I CVSTCWWESIGWra $96 mo.

f t I W1 SERHIfYUBUR6M New home on one acre lot. You Buy
New Just waltinefor YtT ONLY MINUTES Lovely" home In very nice
you! 3 bedrooms, 2 TO NASA CAUSEWAY, area. Priced right
More Than House
baths with nearly 1,500 sq. SOPflNDCVfTIR 267.8813 a
f ft. net Including: enclosed AND ALL SCHOOLS.
garage. 1 milts' from NASA I Several three, five and ten in beautifulLakeview
causeway In beautiful Colonlal acre pieces of nice dry land.
Heights Only $11,500 I Priced to sell
with FHA, VA, or Conv.
financing. Don't Delay HillsYou
Call Tedayl w tNetseoNy

HIGH AND DRY. RealtyS. also receive complete and full membership

booveiMI US 1, Tltusville, 267-Nli ;
Lovely FHA resale No
Qualifying. Pmti. only $105. I in LAKEVIEW HILLS Private
Has many architect fea
hires such aa .split II.... I Ndn,e.su V r "I
rooms, tremendous Lshaped .OtfHoatOtyWatarASowao Beach Club & Marina' "
kitchen bar with wood REALESTATE 4 r
shutters and ethers. 3 bed. .Pleasured W.6e
rooms, two baths, double
carport. Owner leaving .
town and mint (.111 I $13,950

H.30There' room on the
Then you must see this' 4 moon but this spacious 1 /t. .
bedrooms: 1 baths, beautl acre jot with. I bedroom 2
ful kltchen> large utility FHA-S500DOWN bath home la within your
room, double carport Lot (N.a GyyC.aoa reach. Central heat and air
la almost Vk acre All for conditioning with a downto
just UfOO with $700 down earth price.Call now
FHA Me down on VA. for appointment l
Conveniently located In H13S Instant enjoyment to L I r
new sectteo off Garden St. own and move Into this ,
completely furnished home ,
on W' 11 ISO lot. Many
LOW DOWN trees add personality tothis
PMT.Name home with added features i
I of fireplace and built
\ .' la range and even Lowdown
your down payment en payment this elmeet new 2 bedroom with owner financial Move
beauty Closets galore, right In.
front porch, nice kitchen. P.3Home on Magnolia }
Grassed lot with chain-link bedroom 1 bath borne on TAKE
fenced ,"i. Assume. FHA ,.' 11 123' lot lied to bus.

lean with low low pay ... ... Inesa toned ares Owner
Sow ,
eweo*it lone e o te "
He who hesitates' Is
ments. .......,.TM.....e desaslq Just reduced price to $02.- I YOUR PICK
lostl oM meet nsw.a sosrtiMrt keMM.k 500 for quick ssle. 29% 1 I
fte Nave Case lio>.Cspi Hm... down handle This won't I
LUXURY BRICK ifili a reel,a ........IMrMe.es4eedmeetsg last! :
SUCH oM......... /sales. 0.IT Waterfront Home I or Arlisically Designed
HOME Pier aM Iset. Oesi PNwo seed bedroom ZH bath home In i .,

1,200 tq feet under: reef Inthis LUXURY .*.ad s PIt MIOM,.....MirtoiMiCkMre .Uraeiy.aol We a highly think residential this Is a home area. I

executive club atmosphere.Beautifully hem. Incountry Wrap sad"ROM .........]. you wUl cherish. Call to seethlfl i 3 or 4 BEDROOM
scbt.e Iwess.dtee Nees Nupatg ,
/ appointed, do ....... I
H 500 A Sleeper Yes Sir?
be signed seen, and ae features executed.are Must tee FOR i SO tea, Srsos weeLITTLE We have a .unt..lmo- BATH HOMESALL

numerous te mention here. new I bedroom m bath

In $2f,000 price range. Lotus < mtarrscoi brick home at, s reduced HOMES ATTRACTIVELY PRICED FROM '
shew you this truly @ priced of SIt, o. It has
Gorgeous home. Conventional Mortgage en
It now. No 2nd "mortfsce. 814,500 to 825,000
..".....-- It takes only ram down I
Including loan costs. We Lakevlew Hill. Is Ik. only .......alty' .< bona la South Lake
CALL TODAY! have the key and time to are. with full FHA end VA approval, ale* conventional financing
Studio I fc 2 B.droom Rents! Aesrlmrais show you this food value, Srsnd 'w homee new .k the Cbokd
; ,oo'riet" lot.
"Th. Horn Buyer's from SI00 monthly Unfumlahed Better check this one newt j 16,roc..s of being" butts wilt sew
Shopping Center"SUTTON Models Now Open For Inspection Rentalat I I We have 2 I ::.sly roc yew ....,...... ...UaJ le for lb. cosines INIU
furnished duplex b.m..f dreems.If .
ylrralebid .04. new ea auptar, Kov. Oooapoocy Tour s
overlookinf the river Only you' plan' to buy sad Imlli IM
171.00 monthly. sure to pee Ibis eeltlag are,
for your' diatom built aome. Make your" aUcUa today' whlU
bet! lots ere svallable.'


Office ,"'.! Home >*., _. ISl' So. W..lIlafioa A... AM 7-3ISIJ i

Z.UIttU DON X. MANCI.Vt-Broker
2674SJ4 U 8. No 1 At Harrison M JEM BUILDERS, INC.
;aD J41.T031 Eve. 2R7.f 1STTKusvUIe.

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PAYMENT eaullfut t $15,000 TO $19000

Several targe LOTS FOR SALE "to: FAIR OLDf.94TM .
: A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville te $UM Hemee restricted to ISM at (f. ulai0usk

F H. A LOW PAYMENT DOWN Only S M lee Wilt of U. S. 1 On Garden Street COWART & CARTER

THREE & FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY ROOM TWO TI LE BATHS 2200 Garden 287-U22 St, or TltusvfflePbonr. 287-2331

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(Continued from preceding page) Wanted To Rent I Work Wanted Work Wanted
HO UIlEWORK. WILL-bbabyslt;I STAR-ADVOCATE Ads Get Results
TITUSVILLE MERRITT, 4. by hour day or week. Own PAINTING INTERIOR and ex I KmntIftUl l fW lflWlRHDll1l1tt11JJHAWJfmummlltll:{
WantedTOP bedroom. with ateraf garage transportation. 267J42J; tcrlor 2674654.
den Consider porch. 267-38 3 bedroom Room with 1, sassas4
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CASHIn Box 193 Tltuavlllfl. N
3 minute for good used _
Furniture. Work Wanted SPECIAL CARS

RepoaseaMd GREEK MeMORRIS furniture, outlet INC. WILL' DO ironing 'In my home._ : FRIDAYS : \ MORE \.0a, ,
543 U.S. 1 IRC or 810 S. Hopkins pick up, and delivery if preferred
Titusville 1089 Alford Street
267-1399 Day or Night Lakevlew Hllli PRICED TO GO
week. Have own transportation 'OK' SPECIALS :
Wanted To Buy 2074290.ENVELOPES : n .
USED AUTOMOBILES City Business Size, and they're all MONEY !
Auto P rU. AM 7-3686. I for Star-Advocate mailing. lull stock! at -tit 1 ftC


Local&Long Distance Movers I"' CQ1fl .
1960 CHEVROLET TWO DOORtit W/2 FORD last back',
M- i hllter, radio 95
Moving Packing cylinder, standard drive transmission, radio and staring' and power brakoi63CORVAIRvrri f
haatar, with good white wall tlrai, blue with CQQf on
Storage ,IIiii Shipping N' blue trim, rune and drlv' i extra good .. y/7J THESE PRICES WITH OTHERS 1
$1195 t
FREE ESTIMATES 287-3341 411 .
huts 1960 CHEVROLET Impala, :
LOCAL AGENT 6 1963 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4 DOOR 2 door, H.T., V-8, power 5.1200 ,
62 FALCON :S: : :T: $1095 glide, local owner . J
FUR STORAGE- 1600 N. U. S. No.1CRATING Sedan, heater, V4 engine with Pewtr Glide, good whitewall
PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE tlret, a low mileage car with 'Im 1963 DODGE DART,2 door I
N many troubl.-fr.. mil. ................... S1895'1 61 CHEVROLET ,'Door: 6,automatic, local owner,

411 pawn souring, radio and helt.r, $1395 balance of S. .years. .. .,. .50,000.. 4400
"' automatic +nsmis+lon .........'.' warranty r
SEE OAKWOODMobile TODAY 1960 PONTIAC CATALINA 4 DOOR 'II Nova Conver 1963 VALIANT, 6.automatic
M- 62 CHEVYor radio/ A M.h radio & heater,
Home Subdivision ed V-l, Automatic Power Steering Transmission end brake,radio, good,heater white,air wall condition tins,MN .r, .ut. trana. ..... .......,.. $1495 shart, 17,000 miles. Local
blue with blu. trim. Cars blue, owner,balance of 5 years, S 1550
... ... .. $1 095 Sprint, I OOOO . (
Featuring: but buyer won't be ........ .. 64 FALCON V.14 warranty.
44 In the floor ...............i..... $ave 1959 REBEL RAMBLER I

LARGE 15' x: 110' LARGE POOL THE STRIKE IS OVER! Wagon, auto wagon,, real trade nice.automatic Local '
M VYn I owner 600
44 CH.E $1489 .. Jr:
I TRADE-INS NOW AVAILABLE! 59 CADILLAC vin.Fuss'Coup. de I ', lJ,595. EXTRA Economy Special b.
N pews .nd Factory Air Cond. ,.., : Wookond only I I I

$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYTO MM- OPEN 8 TIL 8 -titM 60 CHEVROLET :Impah : $1195 1961 RENAULT s500 ;1\:'

REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go northon Hardtop radio i hllter, Ilk. nowt';,
U. S.1 to Mims. Continue north U. S.1 for '" '
on 5aulk
Chevrolet l
one more mile to our entrance on right. For free ttJ 60 CHEVROLET' :4DooDor I $9195 FOR A REAL DEAL ON 1

information Call 2675586. w USED CAR DEPARTMENTtit Hardtop, Radio and H.lter. AN AUTOMOBILE, SEE THE
1026 S. Hopkins Avenue Phone 267-1234-t1t DODGE BOYS AT o
t t t t t s s t ,
.._ ...._ _.._ _. S DENVER BROWNLEE' .
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MOTORS Arco DodgeHopkins m.WI

INLAND CARS At Harrison TiiUSTill sit
1105 GARDEN ST. 267-7042 PHONE 267-4931 Yo

Our-Mid- MonthUSED .< .
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R i H 2 Dr.,RiH 4 cy Auto ''ti. : 55 PONTI Is Pleased To, Announce The Appointment Of

62 FORD 60 MERC 4 Dr., V.1. Ash t
1295 :
ent'-- st Mon/udad/ Dr, HT, 1095 :
.ti R i H lAlr 95 A.

61 R99S 60 FORD Pat is a 15 year resident of tie Titusville area and has been in the automobile business 1.

Dr., Auto ,, G.x.. : ;H! Dr. 695 54 BUICK for the past 10 years. During 5 years of this time he was acknowledged as ':
4 the area sales leader of the General Motors line. ..
61 FORDO 58 MERC DrR i1HAut. .it.. .

'1Irll.,2 St.. It Dr.,6c.895 MenI.Vi1H 395 125 Pat says, "Now that the'Pontiacs and But new cars are coming in every day : :

Oldsmobiles are rolling again we are and we can assure you the car of your ?? ;
choice.anx'ous .
to deal. to make up for the ,
Our big, new used car I lot IS crying for ". ,
past several) weeks, when we COULD '
cars so we will trade high on all I S
NOT ACCOMMODATE our friends, Pontiacs and Oldsmobiles. d !'y

"Central Florida's Tradmest Dealer" and customers with the cars they Please come on in and see me today for :
the best deal ever on a new car."

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730 S. Washington 267.26.57 COMPANY .'

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I bank here by mail; it saves time, gasolineand

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you can do that too here. While we are In Just about one of the esieit

Dear Ann : locations in North Brevard County in which to
last on a To make it easy as pie for you to bank by

go and \\ \ 1 mall: we furnish you free envelopes addressed toMS park your car and walk to tellers' windows you

of seen in : \ with postage paid for :you. may find once In a while that you prefer to make
appened. r pv + Every l'S. mailbox is a branch of this bank. deposits or withdraw money BY MAIL.

ay first

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flrat abltetta of tbl BOtlao.Mr l
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continue : .117' Auto-Rite pollcl.. tI s ,,
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cause my : : plus low.rsta/ and qua,. tl of'f
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McNamara Defends County Building I Meets Nov. 3rd Radio Society I Brevard JayceesTo Zoning Board Recommends i iI

I Permits Total A program concerning again provide radio communications Hear Mark Approval Of Terminal Site I
America's first proposed guidance for the second Sabin I
system for missiles in I Oral Vaccine feeding which is
Military Cutback $352,559Commercial$ World War n was given by sponsored by the Kiwanis dubs. Wayne QuartetRichard I The Tttusvffle Planning and on the 'west aide of U.S,1,1 n.medlaW .

Gary Calhun (W4TUS) to a This service was provided during .Zoning Commission, in regular ly north of the Dee'aMotel
of the North Brevard session Wednesday night M id south of the new Royal
and residentialperml" meeting the first feeding in September Hare, Membership
FRED S. HOFFMAN States a stronger deterrent
By Chef
recommended for City Council
Amateur Radio Society on Tuesday to coordinate activities be .
divided Chairman of the Brevard County
while the force of fast-firing, things up
November 1 approval of Southern Greybound posed plat of Highland
AP Secretary tween stations. prq
WASHINGTON ( ) feeding
solid fuel Minuteman missiles pretty well the past week In the Jaycee's "Mighty" Ninth Bus Lines' request to ton
op Subdivia of the
a replat old
of Defense Robert S. Mc. During meeting a reportwas The code class, sponsored by i
namara says his decision to was growing.There building permit business trans- given on the station set up the club has produced another District, announced that a Jaycee erate a bus terminal at 101 Sun Val ley Unit 1, located on
650 MinutemenIn
now are acted by the County Zoning Of social function wouldbe Main Street on property owned the south side of 50 v
shut down 95 obsolete and BUT each at Citizens Bank during the financial amateur, John Morley, who received only Highway
place mounting a hydrogen
plus military bases and plants Is warhead and each able flee. Institution's SOth anni his license recently. The held Saturday night at i p.m. by E. B. Pirtle. was wit) idrawn by the develop.

"absolutely, unequivocally, to strike at least 6,300 miles Twenty-eight residential permit versary. Club members Joe club would like to stress the for Brevard's Jaycees. The Commission recommend. ers after r questions arose as to
without qualification irrevoca away. By next summer, there totalled $356,840 while Singleton, Clyde Lee, AI Cam. fact that no fee is charged for The major social event of the ed granting the 'Special Use' Interest of, and affect upon other '
three commercial ones added betes, and Larry FUnk permit for a period of one props rty owners.
lots operated
will be 800 of them, plus 54 Titan these code classes, held twice year for Brevard County's Jaycees
This statement by the strong n missiles In underground, up to 1352,559. the station In shifts and senta weekly. will feature the Mark year, with possible extension, Under" new business three re.
willed defense chief In announcing blastproof holes.CalUornla Miscellaneous permits hiked number of messages to people when told by Mr. Han, a representative zoning Bequests were read by
I Wayne Quartet Some 1,000
the decision Thursday al: the overall total another $57,865. In various parts of the i Jaycee of the Greyhound! Clerk Mi rgaret Cooper, these
led the state with members and their wives
lowed small hope that any of the I 13 bases ticketed for closing or The week's total permit figurewas world via amateur radio. HelpIng Area FirmsChartered and dates are expected to at- Company, that this was only a to be anted upon it the next
anguished cries from congressmen $767,264. with the antenna Installation tend. temporary move and that the regular :meeting \..
consolidation ,
governors and mayors Including mergerof None of the commercial permits on top of the bank for the company plans to build a terminal
would change his mind. the Mare Island and San went for North Brevard program were John Link Joe All Jaycee members, associates in Titusville in the near
The only thing that might Me Francisco shipyards under a construction. Largest of the Singleton, John Stephenson and and business membersare future.It Friendly Enemies

Namara told a news conference: single commander. three was a $225,000 one Issued Bruce Hoover Mrs. Clyde Lee Two Titusville firms and onea Invited to attend The location was pointed out at the hear WALLS WALLA, was (/ P
would be some new evidence New York will lose seven installations for a medical center on Merritt took messages from people MIms firm were 16 will be marked on U.S. No. ing that Police Chief Brown has
Politically speaking Mrs.
among -
"and the chances of that are Including the Brook. Island. both days In the bank. In Brevard County granted pa- 1, one mile south of Rockledge, approved the proposed routingof Tom G( u and Dr. Morton
damned small""We lyn Navy Yard and the Brooklyn North Brevard's share of the This Sunday, the club will pen in incorporation this week, and one mile west on Barnes the buses as "the best avail Tompklnj i are friendly enemies.
have made 574 decisions Army Terminal Texas and week's business\ went for three announced of State Boulevard. able." This will Involve on-
In this area In the last S$4$ years, Washington State follow with residential permits. Tom Adams Secretary today. All Jaycees may purchase street parking for buses, bat She Is'aD ardent Democrat.
four bases each. their tickets at the door. Dona- he, an equally ardent Reputecan. (
and we have not changed one Two of them were for $17,600 XRayContinued seldom will over two be at the
yet." McNamara asserted. As he has done in past base- each and were issued to Harry The Titusville firms are: Jon Is $2.00 per person and free terminal at one time. Boo 'I' worked hard in_ the

The latest stroke of McNaman's closing announcements, McNa Barr, 1240 S. Hopkins, Titus- From 1 __Brevard_ Roofing Service, Inc., Ice and setups win be available The reason for the proposedmove recent campaign. BW Mrs;
economy scalpel cut at mara said the governmentwould ville, for homes in Sherwood Page Inn Edgewocd Drive, with au stated the company rep Gehr had the last word.

two naval shipyards employing! offer new Job oppor Estates. Mlms, Oasis Bar, Tuesday 5-8 thorized stock 50 shares of com corporators are Claude E. Dyer resentative, was that the pres- When I )r. Tompkins removed
a total of 17,000 workers, six tunltles to all career employes The third was an $8,500 one Dm. mon of no par value, filled Nov. Sr., Russell K. Dickson, ent quarters on Palm Avenue, the sheet to operate on Mrs.
bomber bases, Army and Air affected, would pay for moving going to T. D. Osteen General Titusvllle, A&P, Wednesday, 16, dealing in: Roofing busi Luther E. Tindall, all of Titus- adjacent to Kirk's Plaza are Inadequate Gehr Wed nesday, lie found neatly I,
Force training sites, arsenals, them to a new Job and would Delivery, Scottsmoor, for a 10.1 and 2.5 p.m. ness. Incorporators are listed as ville. and requires routingthe taped radar posts and other Installations retrain them if necessary. home at Scottsmoor to be constructed Titusville, Big Apple Shopping John W. Scruggs Jr., FloraceG. The Mlms firm Is Saturn buses through the heavily A map *rf the United States oa s 1

in H states and the District When the defense secretary by E. A. Cain, 149 TUB- Center, near Big B Super Market Frazier, Virginia W. Scruggs, Builders of Brevard, Inc., Rich- used parking lot at the shopping which way I written, "AH the way
: of Columbia.In appeared before a crowded carora Rd., Titusvllle. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., 2-5 p.m. all of Titusville. Filed by Atty. ey Road, with authorized stock center.In with LBJ, "
all, 80 bases in the United news conference to disclose details and 60 pm. John W Scruggs. 50 shares of common at $10. per other action the board recommended

States and 15 overseas were put the newswires alreadywere Indian River Plaza, Thursday, Optimist of Titusville, Inc., share, filed Nov. 16, dealing in: approval of a pet!. The Titusville Star:
on the chopping block. The for. alive with reports from Printing Needs! 10 am. to 1 p.m., 2-4 p.m. 210 S. Washington Ave., with Builders and contractors. Incor- lon to close, vacate and abandon -
elgn bases, in Europe and the congressmen and others on specific Any volunteers Interested in authorized stock :50 shares of porators are listed as Paul M. a public street known as Advocate, 1st in cir-

Western Hemisphere, were not bases, and with the first of See The .working in this program are common of no par value, filed Goldman, Ruth Burner, Leonard Banana Avenue. The petitionwas culatio'n' in North
named. a stream of protests and denunciations. asked to call Mrs. Dottie Masonat Nov. 17, dealing in: Real and Spielvogel, all of Merritt Is- signed by abutting property -
The actions will be completed* Star Advocate 267-5718. personal property. Listed as in- land. owners. The street is located Jrevand.

for the most part by mid-11166, It was apparent McNamara
with the Portsmouth, N.H., was aware of the mounting
Navy Yard getting 10 yean to criticism and he reacted with TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER PHONE AM 7-1511 STORE HOURS: 10 A1M{ to 9 P.M.

phase' out some heat to charges that his
When the 'lob Is done, McNa actions were politically motivat t
mare said, the defense budget I
win be lighter by about $477 baloney he I

million a year and the payroll snapped concerning charges he indsc
win be reduced by (3,401 "with. could have announced the base- y

out in any way reducing mill closing decision months before b,
tiry effectiveness" the presidential election. r

The defense secretary disclosed "Politics played absolutely no i+ J
that 150: more of the ear. part in any of these decisions," ;

ly-generatlon intercontinental the Pentagon chief said. SALE !
ballistic missiles liquid-fuel, In reference to the closing of Gala Seasn(
relatively slow-reacting Atlas the Brooklyn Navy Yard being
E and F models and Titan I by obviously a blow to Senator- '

drogen missiles will be retired elect Robert F. Kennedy, a former I
from 14 bases by mld-1965. Cotinet associate, he said: t/ Men s Peau De Spie
Although these ICBM'a have "I called him myself this

never been fired McNamara morning," McNamara said. J 1y K 41\
laid they "have served their Kennedy wasn't ready to accept i
purpose"- riving the United McNamara's ruling as final Sport ,

I He called for a commissionto : 99c yard 1Shirts '
{ review the situation, saying I w wri \ \
Mrs. Addle Bevil "the decision cannot be accepted l
'oa the bails of the limited

Dies Thursday evidence ROW available" ,_
New York's Republican Coy /s U \ .( Radcliffe Fabrics presents one
Nelson A. Rockefeller laid that of the most desireable fab
Mrs. Addle Bevil! age 88. unless the Brooklyn yard Is e '. rlcs for holiday dresses -
pioneer resident of Mlms, died .
closed! gradually, "unemploy- 3,99 G 50": wide acetate, yarn
Thursday morning following a ment, suffering and hardship"will 2 FOR 5 00
short Illness 1 w dyed. Available in
come to thousands employed : Value .
Born In Lowdens County, Ga., there. McNamara said l U sapphire, flamingdJ!

June S, 1878, she came here 60 the Brooklyn yard would be I stone,

years ago. She was a memberof phased out over six to 18 black white and
U vi
the First Baptist Church of L Re-
tnonthi. ;
An excellent value in long educed
Mlms. Mayor Timothy 3. Connors of i ,
sleeve shirts. Available
She is survived by a IOn; HIg- Portsmouth, N.H., said of the sport J.99yd.to.93yd .
don Bevil, of Mimi; and a plan to close the naval shipyard in assorted plaids and checks Ij ,
daughter, Mrs. Albert Kuhl, in smart fall colors. A choice
there: "If this is President \
of Baltimore, Md. Johnson's Idea of efficiency, Mc j of 100% cotton or cotton flannel f I
Funeral services will be held Namara should be made secre 1 Regular or button down r y u i

at 4 p.m. Sunday in Smith Chap. tary of agriculture. 1 collar Small medium, large, ,

el with Rev. Joseph Boatwright Sen. John J. Sparkman, D- and extra largo l F i!
and Rev. Hugh Beasley officiat t
Ale, called it "unthinkable"that
ing.Casket logistics functions at the 1
bearers will be J. 0. Brookley Air Force Base, Mobile t tt +

Sharpe, John C. Flake, Owen Ala., should be eliminatedand
Marr Sr., C. H. Taylor, P. W. shifted elsewhere.
Roberts Jr. and Homer Hallum. Gov. William W Scranton of ( .
Interment will be In the W
family Pennsylvania said the
plan to
plot at LaGrange Cemetery und close Olmsted Air Force Base at j jt
the direction: of Smith Funeral Mlddletown Pa. is
"absolutely i
Home. devastating to the economy of a ;' jj

central Pennsylvania." 6/ a, j
Olmsted represents $70 million a a
H. G. Baerken a year in payroll for the '

Dies Today I fore Harrisburg Mayor currently Charles area Is about Its Ryan 11,000.worker of State Pride !

Springfield, Mass., said he and
Hernderlkus 0. Baerken age Rep. Edward P. Boland, D- .
M, of Mime, passed away suddenly Mass, "seriously question the i t Electric Blankets
this morning from a heart
wisdom of McNamara's deci i ilion" ,
attack. He was a canvass tab n
to end the /v1'
Springfield Armory 0 a
ricator by trade, and Is a retiree
set up !in 1794 on recommendation
of Pan American World
of George Washing
Airways, Cape Kennedy. ton. 4

He came here 14 years ago The armory employs :,<<8 ; Saap
from New Rochelle, New York.
persons and has an annual payroll
He born in Holland
was December
of more than $::0 million.
10, 1898, and is Roman In Oklahoma, Democratic
Catholic by faith. Sens. Mike Monroney and Fred
He Is survived his wife
Harris said they Intend to ask
Bertha Baerken of Mimi, one for "a full explanation and an
Mrs. F. H.
I daughter, Hollmann
opportunity to be heard before
J of MIms, three brothers and six final action is taken" on dismounting

I listen. an Atlas missile
Funeral services will be held I at Altus Air Force Base
Monday, November 23, at 10 and
inactivating an Air Force
a.m. in the Smith Chapel. Inter Reserve
squadron at Muskogee.
ment will be in the family plot : The two Oklahoma bases will ..
at Oaklawn Smith "
Cemetery. tow 940
military people and 1JJ
; Funeral Home Is In charge of civilian
I workers. But the big
arrangements Tinker Air Force Base In Oklahoma
City will gain 1.200 military 4 t
and 200 civilian personnel.Not 1aa" 'f Twin or
Center p
all the comment was critical Single

a Continued From Page 1 Walter. Carey, president of Luxury \ f'' Imported Riviera Fine ChinaFull; 14.98

Florida area. the t U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Linen Tablecloth
Fine China, service for eight 61 pleat set
The Information will undoubt laid that "with the many de- with extra Unbeatable buy! 1Q% rayon, zoo cotton

( edly reopen negotiations between minds on our tax dollars, military Colored Linen Dinner Set table dish, tea pot, and salltmandtatters; Te 10% virgin ACRILAN acrylic; 6* nylon binding -
the various areas of the installations must be life
soft coloring guaranteed for the of the blanket
with hand embroidered leaf is with
county and NASA to see if the judged solely on their merits for Riviera pattern styled : washable. in
center could feasibly be located military use." sprays gracefully arranged inside on white, trimmed In a gold band Priced Mothproof mildewproof Comjjs
on the mainland side of the Indian Sen. Paul H. Douglas, D-W. a scalloped frame by Imperial from regular 3135 to sale price of assorted colors. Double and King Size ;With

River. whose state has three of the Installations Linens. Available In Avocado 26.88 dual control available3S.00.
Allocations of funds for the on) McNamara's cut Green, Pink and White. Priced Priced from I

center has been approved by rest wired the defense secretary : at ----...---. j 45
Congress, but it stipulated that : "This has been greatly 19.99 J
NASA would have to use the needed for yean. You are the
funds already allocated for the first man to have the courage to HOME FURNISHINGS DEPARTMJ2NT Jt

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