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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
triweekly[ former 1962-]
daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I ,,r'IMlty OF FLORIDA .1 I

MISroSta '1Il ".



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The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents

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I 84th Year_- No 20--- 14 Pages Today s Titusville; Florida, Monday. Octobri .i. 1964 =_ 5c Per Copv I'ub ed dos Vetnr., day and Fridays

'+ r-ick.: ; Car-Truck Crash Kills j I.

Two Titusville Youths

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Two Tituivillt young people high rate of speed approximately Washington A\e. Immediatelyin front of the truck when' the crash Funeral i r vires. for MlitB

died early Sunday morning inan I (0 miles an hour Near the! front of Imperial Towers. the oerured.' suffered' only' i whlpla' 'iu will be hell. at tl a m to* j
accident on South Washington Intersection ut Bcveily St and Snouffer car struck the rear of in the neck morrow (Tuesday at Smith \

Ave. bringing the total a Kemitrailer I luiKlod\ with 100) Cluprl with Dr. W S. lUrdln
deaths by highway accidents inside hags l of cement, pat ked In the of' the First Baptist Church offlc -

the city to three to date this pitrkiribed: parking lime. luting. I

: ytar It la the opinion of Patrolman l She wai born In Auckland, \
......;,: :.; l- David Cecil Snouffer, 20. 401 Sirmi thttt Snuffer fell asleep New Zealand, Sept 10, 1944.
Highland Ave. and Nettle Kay ut this wheel us Will rvldtiued and was a member of the First

; ::..:. '; /L.. 4 Bum also 20, 8J Grove Lane at In that no wltmpl Will miido to Dept tbt! t t1lureh.Survl11i1 .
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,, .. ,-, "- _J. ." ,,_.. ......_....... died Instantly when their car slow the vehlile IN'fore Impact Y art her parents, Mr

FATAL CRASH The 1964 Chevrolet pictured above_ The two Nelda Kay Bain slammed into the rear of a aeml .. Mud the car plowed Into the and Mr. Glen L. Bum three
I which crashed into the rear of the cement and David Cecil Snouffer died instantly.SA trailer loaded with cement at "" truck at 'full speed Fvlclemel e. brother, Neville, Howard anti
loaded truck early Sunday and carried -- Photo. approximately S.U I a.m. oho l Indicated Hint! Miss Bnln Melvyn. of Tltuavllle. and her '

two local young people to their death is The couple were returningfrom r was lino unlit'p III the front seat grmidpiuenliInlrrment! i'
a dance at Patrick Air The car was ctiinplitily rle. w will bt in BitvardMimoilMl

Fou-e Base in a 1004 Chevrolet tin liilied and (lie trout end Park Cemetery. under .
r owned by Helen Jonea, an aunt rumpled beyond remiinilliin dlierthm of Smith Funeral
GM Labor Reach of Snouffer and with whom he ': Jl The truck operated by Ittd lllllllBIteumina.

made his home.According ) ., \ It, .,. Wing Carriers ind thriven by of Suoufftr ware forwarded \
to Patrolman tat ..., Vernon I Luther' ""'111I1'11 of Apouka} to Greensboro. N C.,
Class Arnold Sterna of the Titus was proM| 'rly pal krll at the curb fur lervlres" suit Interment! ush -
ville Police Department the Investigating : : In front of the Imperial' Toweianpnrtmenti < >r llritin: ) of Smith Funeral

Tentative officer, the car, drlv 4., J.g wilting' until iimrn- Ihinif. hervlrts will be held at
Okay en by Snouffer, was traveling ----- -- lug lu
I.. north on Washington!: Ave. at a Nelda Sale 1. The driver, aslttplnlhe David Ineuffte WeilneadayII .

wes iwni in Gilford Co
a By GENE SCHROEDER company had notified steel pro In a joint statement, the two inily, N, C.. June 18 1944, an DETROIT (AP) General ducers to delay shipments for at said .
parties : moved her Ihr.. ytara ago 1>>
C Motors Corp, and the UnitedAuto : least two weeks "General Motors and the Courthouse Re-Location Causes horn Qreenaburu' lit was a
Workers reached tentative UAW President Walter P United Automobile Workers today irailuiil, of Ranktn high InOiMHnlxiro
agreement today on a national Reuther said the settlement announced tentative
agreement '' and a sophomor al
labor contract expected| to bring embraces an economic package on terms for' a settlement
an early end to a nationwide similar to those negotiated last of all national economic and naUonal Urevsr-t Junlur College;
strike against the No. 1 automaker month with the other two mem- contract\ Issues between Censor Attempt On Roberts Sur hron are hit parents Mr.

tars of America automotive the parties, and Mr.. Chailes Snoufrer of
Leonard Woodcock UAW vice Big Three Ford and Chrysler "The parties will now con Greensboro, a brother Charles;
president in charge of the unions However the tentative throe their listen. Pamela. ,
centrate efforts in resolving Fay Cynthia,
The battle raging between Jaycee defeated' 82, with Cm'91 Joining Ing motion on the floor ot the liih| ht laid. was nut true
i told '
q GM Department, year agreement will not become local' Issues, Kay Linda, 111111|| Kathy and
Em Gillie In the volt for CMIaorshlp club and by using the Influent since three tuba hat., comt nut
newsmen the national settle- effective until local Issues In 117 Asked whether the 'few locals clubs within (lie county over Sherry: aunts, Ruth Engstrotntndl
ment could result In an agreement of 130 GM plants across the which have solved their demands the courthouse location queitkm o fills office to convene the opened to It filbert" further Helen f Junta
with ge
plant Issues which block an end G Seaton, GV vice president Immediately Reuthcr l said when the Eau Gillie end Coco Salisbury, Die two clubs threw suppoiting Covuv move eve I'renlileiit. Frank Footer tad
to the 11-day strike for personnel! The at.the.plant there were hardly enough: local Clubs attempted' to censor Nit accusation after accusation st Salisbury and IMierts difenl' lufurnieil him of hit Inltnttnn

The agreement, announced agreements supplement the ,settlements at this joint( to local Director Gene Iiubtrts of' Kolxrli in ittempti to discredit, eat, this by telling' { the caucul that telling him that TltiMVUi wad 1-95 Bulldozers
after all- session at the contracts of all the / hume ..
an night national make Mt town and lie ftlt Mi-
difference Ule
any in the TIIIII\ him. he hail "been fnCiteit, to the rluh Rupture Ga LintsHaturi'sy I
bargaining table removed a automakers axle to Wit (Ms r.h".NommU'p
strike pkturetaletrt At cnunty.wuI it that' Ituherli meeting and (bar pilot to
cloud from over the national a caucus the accusations were fjlthg .
and aeeorrilnn to Rob ettn
on I nl'Wthreeyellr
economy which could, he 1m- Todays agreement ft.JW..s. showed only II Merrill Inland Dill Lowe, so deliberately caused dlsaen- Into the chub, be 1Il1'11'I.-!| *' Aim, .111II11.1 i mnmtim/ al the inn.'
pact which lift (lit !
of the I 159 bargaining unit have Clubby ...If of his offiee Identlfkalhm/ Will | n itruite site of I M near Garden
pared seriously by a long walkout must be ratified by the union" Eau Gallle police in an and a thin among the Eau OiUit green l M't on hit actions..'
rank and file membership, tails resolved their problems member of the Eau Gallic Jay attending meetings and niak and,' told (the club he was there isin !greet a caterpillar struck
GMs assembly' lines were for higher pensions as an ear The strike has shod down eee club, who has been Instrumental Individual citizen and la* II. war also secuaed of releai I high pretiur gas line causing
shut down M'pt 23 when more ly retirement Incentive longer production of all GM 19(13( model In the rlub participation a: II'P'! ''''_ .....- -, payer, He pointed out to the club Ing deterrent. to the War.A,!Ira several home (10 be without gal

than WlOiio' workers were vacations, additional holldn/s automobiles In the petition passing calling for x that It had stipulate./ It would tale and other. county newip fir. several hours
pulled off their itch by the un and other fringes' (;M', chief competitors. s referendum' for the re.location aupport, the panning of the !petit lra lu Hit effect. thai! Ike Fan: The Tltuavlll Polk Depart
ion, cutting off production of all The agreement' also raises Ford and Chrysler-have been of the county sent moved that 6' .i. hen l only but wmild hut! lake any Uallle Jaycees! Aail safest ht ladle', tnent blinked the arts off be-
IDtVS GM can wages In the second and third turning out their new modi I* Itolirrts be censored from attendIng \''" part In the re.Im'atlon move lxil say anHkn on the removal qut*- canal ,uf, the dansw. ut the gee
liy the end of last week the years while GM has been shut down any club moiling In Brevardounty :- j that the )petition actually ilatod. linn for 30 dept, welch stoic Icing Ignited until members of

(' seconded by the Cocoa f'\' that this! signers of the t'I'h.n' origins, uf the club dfHtelllobeila Die City Des Cwnpeny", shut the

Club, according to Paul Sails. 'Rr were asking 'for the location ot In 'Ma own ilefen, valve off that fitrolt' the flow

d II Whitson Honored AgainWade bury, Tltuavllle Jaycee fiesl r. th county aeat. a kd Huh Perry, a member II'( .of get In that arts
dent r He wn furth/r irruaed! of., Iht Fan" (lathe ehiii. ,te tt*..I .n,1,I Iaubtliiniliite Firt Chief JIM Drown aa>.i

The attempt of the mollon making, s alalemeiit prior tij this hi* itory, ferry told 1 thai Iht' fstetplUsr Will grading
Will to keep Gene 'from discussing ?otmaunt that he would not lake my part the raiivua I Nut what Hoberls In the arts of tN line and .ut
Whltnon of Tituivtlle field goals, free throws and tola) Whit I son wt. at yet unbroken or issues of the courthouse re In 1i.1I courthouse move question had add" was true, and that the Inn deeply, breaking. about a
presently attending the Culver points during HIP two. yeari at tied, a school scoring/ record! wick tonsil al club meelingi Sjlls The. Titusville president' laid dots hud tables) the sellim an I Itohot section uf the tin*.
illy of Tanipi on in ithlctlc BJC and he held al, the school I S3 points In one |am!. bury add 1. but Hit way the motion Holierti told the cautunliig Jay ferry further .1.1.IIII.t,I he was Drawn further stated that all
scholarship recently received offensive records Hi also was an excellent ten was tilled It would, have fees that this wee true amt t he had the same whti l IttII l I )Kitliert' of the t eilr i are"
further nisistime for his col. While at Tltuiville High Si html, nit player! both at rest(' .n IllsWhile kept' him frum attending any made nun a statement but he at 11-m ferry rhaMlwd the l.'u ful, when working near llnetmih

lens. education in the form of an at BJC tie wan un rfraleu meeting. which, of course. (hey list I read artlilei In newspaper1. dallle, rluh fir Its attempt t to, an Oiee In that art b*.
additional. sdiolartdilp from 'the In seven match, thereby win could not do," be added, credllliig the re (oration drive it telitte II,,,tiertt' in ,JT'/iliiK lit cause the gal can be very dajttrv
Churns Scholarship, Fund of Central nmg for BJC third, seat at tie Salisbury said the motion wan Gene Retort aI a snit} Jaycee" 1n0\t/ll..lt. See COURTHOUII ft I M. -".
Brevard conference
WhitMin. a 'farmer BJC student According to the Citizens
compiled in enviable rev Scholarship Fund of Central Bre- '
tint I fur himself there and w,', I ward MWade Is the kind of alh 57 Escape East Germany ::1:1I

one of 10 slu kills selected by !1 t; let. every coach. dreams about
DJC faculty and student to the Ar This record Is even more surprising .
BJC Hall of Tarn The aclertlnnwan !! : I II when you consider that

baited on .chnlar>hlp, char '. ,( 'f Wade.. twit t Ma ,father when only y CIOMGt BOULTWOOO tidies bad crept through the after Rant. Germans dleorverelsrveml < a few yjlilt' In East: t fu-rlin/ Ih1w ,murod> ski.." "' ,the wall Only I
icter and leadership and rrpre ( 10-yeart-oM 'till tn .thrr, county tunnel In small IJTIXH of tlmn before' they tunnel was the .*. .n. used 1 last persists" with a| rented the highest Ideal of a I .. ,;.:t ""''Jowl school library coordinator. BERLIN (CAI') Fifty seven The city KovernnN>nl said Just could .be i wd and arrreted Jill I by three. RaM. Ormn erilrr thai Julie,,
Fast Germans to West
BJC itmlrnt baaed on total eon' ..r.vt. brought/ up four children on her In"fore the o>)ration\ ... IK eel West ( Ktrlln this wnkend Tl. lumwl, started" In lie( cellar
through a
intuition to the community and r;:; w.r/ own and all art reliable and re four Rent German; IIWI.111. them hew"* aced| I Hut. iiinnrl Ixit HWM .
long tunnel dug under the lied of s former tinker, p..cIItItI
r. citiien three 'lvHI im drove III the dlM.iiverid. by a worker Inan
college : iponslble truly a creditto up
J. .. wall, the Went, Berlin. ipwern- The largest prevlnus' lumielrwape tienMlh sorest MIH) In Went
esftti-rn end uf the lunm-l A rAtt Ibrlln! sewyard whertIt
Whition was nice president of t. ,. .'.v her mrnt reported today. Kart (#r, from Keel Merlin, WM In 'detltn. and them brnralli the
.. .. few Mtiiod later went ..ndcd.r''IHllllt.
the Irttermin. club and Will ".. Al the! University o( Tampa, many said one of its Imrder" h hrptembrr 1W2 when tt .prrMMMgu I pri*''htt'n.. nears
hJoardIf'I'.1. Mauls sub-
voted the most valuable basketball WMlsnn Is majoring IB physic.. guards was shot dead during; from ) < through guards. I blew, W that. the lamed MwK. have been
player and through Ida .c' rl"'r L education with a mnor in history the escape and called It murder guns the eastern. end of I the I tunnel to fpint 4iO. i" Allft 'feet lon|.
That .was II 30 this. mnrnlngWMdtn Prkir! )lo the weekend mallfIIC'JIC
curacy Will awarded. an athletic saita- and, hopes some day to to mfc It .UMtMNebbi, but tunnel Tne ,d.'lIMIn.hly(
I 15 mtlHite the .M! endif !. cntMervilpve enttmatM "
.1 Iwlar hip to the University of teaching' and<
Tampa lie lej his BJC team in W" Whitws In one of Brevard s bif h acbuois.She's the biggest mass escapes sinro by East German troupe at bel_een 300 114tM Tn prevent lunnrttHC I lisa" "Hdf refill' ( imp. AuthoritiesH

the Rd' waft was erected' In the Tassel' t cair: .. have Ixx'xn! .., ." pruclalHird! s pmhdmti"' d H n"it allow, reporters. "I>
summer of 19(1 less frequent In resent m..114. Escept f'sr tINt entrime M*| vase Ml'" fett wide un this'" e omen i talk to them""
I' Still All the refugees, tt: men II
Countingrn women and I children. came
through unhurt lied' guards I
found the tunnel) just after Uif SOS Make-Up Beats National Avg.
Tht ,tdfke;( staff of Sup.rv oar at wok todi) count? end I cite rql.U' i and two \\n4tfon4. escape and fired sulimarhine

of Ri MriU'tti E
plus i few v"luirte r'. arc hard losing of the regulation booksat test bad proceeded st stout this The Ka..< ( ermanMinistry I"., .....
I p m. Saturday ratio said the harder C I,MM CeWv 'it inpplse' ner Sortli. Pressed hail arty' 'olIO tea t.f111<, the Hi. >...," 454 ?I1* Sewnne trie. and .u'" ,
Child Struck By Auto "1 can't dye a figure on the "as bUrst "by aimed guard shot \ rMli4ial average sad .betUn trotting' station' ....... farkwarruajior .tw gave spend ego-lit' 11e, IM< bran 're..NHlHg ,
total Dumber regtalTed' Mn from armed bandrts" win bad t<>t setefsl years and 'the thttt" sad! tliwleg Ike day Tititsvilk. IHgk Key uIu'u'l,> "' t' "* *rrnr.g to JuhM'rn I
Saturday at i 'sS p.m. a child CarWe sad thie morning, but. No Workshop Tonit penetrated\ Into Kant OrmaiterrM lime .Paula tree far the Sake M>.r.e<.l I.J"4 |..fMMWe boy aeiKits wONt slHwl.. 'm verkmnt' Tile eeM twnnly wi i I. .i'us
Partitdye, was struck byan met ,...... ,the" veeeM wed u hla '
Mark II wawld be in the eJsty UwtwaniJi There win be eo workshopmertiM 4-
automobile driven by John I believe" the i Med KmifM", City Manager It seemed .piMiMe. that the I yeHefeW* make op ,layeer yeetevdey. Jets****) iM... IIv lent. II a lienet rd It, fke'ar 1 1Nooevar

Edward KamiMkJ of W Byron There were H.TI3 regMeredveeers Cleveland Tllm4g M4 the guard WM M the tunnel and fell. (.One |.i..li tsrieQ. .nit the'

Avenue! at the dIM of the, bunt MarA4erte tint iMm&m<<. under the tire nl bM c nra' <1.iHtnrmed ... taut i. Seabed to tile .*. feel IMP II Not As Effective As Was gaped; Fault Orbit Too Low II
The accident aecurrcd on prinr to MM. May .pefaiarie. and Sauces sad tktsWM .. leg liaises* fa get eke. Mil. puss.
Cleveland Bowl lAd wes **vet. \at the rcgsrteftrtfaa. top "0V oNO lie ..4 it was s "regularMeats" hollered to he the third as" .a.. Nep..agel. ...i ofTbw "'APY Ir.NNWY (CAP) hwssrs ,of uiperentesi : ii. >*t Ml .MM eataoh'I t'J ?
br Win*** Psttelttin nark at **eM. Meeu Utet far a < .ty cetantiil workshop tWTMafel. tmnel. nptutt reeert-' soar AmettM ........ soenlitV s.l imIsrd ...""mlllll. Itr the lew wutji. Hua| e 4t' ai--,
hated BraexKee. !!. reportedthat owe T,M ftHfti have refwteredor meeUeg. .bat tiMt en wasNeit rjr. 'HeM. Hertti suthrrttir, try elite, WM. M lad] M effective Delia tea. ..er. tins 'cool' 111.,1 'I-.. PIM. ....,..11( field.
Us IIIIC ,....,. C k> keep escape! melhrds tecret! Is bakes fte Ike a.Mmat ae boiird ...... of a .fewerIMPt .M KhMrtrtal. streti. ..hed. less I IXhi and elan whiz.Nee .
be lab
bit ren sane perfectWbesj
child WM M
the s'o'ngs" Ibheeess LI Offflerti
Taw latest tinsel. toM ondrr u. = chit Maty M. J mllM, .
into the path ef tM auto. naked' .hew the rails of regular Herttna] ef the Beraa writs ie* im Uw Frnrh JuheMue) saint Inter Me said. ....... hr. .lake TAM. the satellite ,-I-se I twit tJisrt puriMM ul tk> h4'/1"11 t ..!i,'Ntlwee'ii
The Partridge rou* war token n.......RtpuMkam bajke reseed w# be held Orl ItwiH sector hunter bea It WMteamed tile national eeefets an ..... .N4vy. MeaNtleg PMN'ea. rrnuM 'In ""i>l nJi I' HNK II.1I1tII to .. M-l istroti ales 'uu" ,oh i .>
to Jets Psrrt Meewr as **** reajirieeiag." ebe. iM TIiIM4c. tnssd that Me pow Bad guards k4 found ..ee were eeeeflr sbeul II ,.e we .toewke4 terse Caps. >*> time, Viva mile !I.* UK veetre behind the"- ) protective
hospital by SwWi A-fajfaaee. teal fotaessy. as a* .texHeartun.taw be BHtalM. of>> '-'thof the tunnel the city prvemmentnnntjmed rear 'I 4 ,Ibe rejejajf JIll day nesjy leteHey MgM. tnwinl MirSel lengthy fKTluita" Mind for th.n the
umbrella if atmut
Ne charges were. P.... TltaeHMe eHke fsgeliied. eMMnu ae that 'the >M.ek. ayw. toe escape "H -.'*'' gameesfs "mat' '9 Wuwlrd tor.M fr...i _. Illweeer officials Mid <
sgauut Jwrjiaki: .-nc- .....,.... W\. an '. 1. str'e i toet 'lltftly'be ref r.r ,' U perceM !U ,I I I 1.1 'It HI tn rule hIgh aU11III tlfII'lIDItI'g' u. .psi, chose


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,'11" : TlhJivllU (Florida) Star Advocate Monday, October I, t4 NOTICE la locale Rnuth Roar in flc, lion V Kn"14
Due to the dissolution of the County. 11'10,101.I
P tan al a point of Internr d I,,n
corporation of BP4R. 1438 of the centerline of o D.rail

South Hopkins Ave., Tltuevllte, County Road and the eitenMV
do M Eaaterly llrectlonl. of .the
Florida, we, the undersigned South boundary IIn. of Qovernment .
Lot 2. Section 34 T 23 B. n
i will not be responsible for any 3C K nrevarrt County. Flnrl,la.

debts Incurred by anyone other nonce proceel. to a Point of Be.
l Inntnr which l In located 2880 feet
than ourselves /In a Weiterb I direction I I on tht
a Dave Brown South boundary IIn. of Govern
men I Lot 2: thence prixeed' In Hit
Walter T Russell *.m. We>i<'rlv dire<'lln. alone the
xnme South buunlarv line at
Oct 5, 12 19. 26 (Mon.) 1904 dm'ernment I,ol 2. a llalaace n(
zoo reela a pnltlt tlieno .pcoc'eeil
In a Northerly brecUott awpendlcular .
.et r to the Mouth boundary
line/ ot ee.mene Cat Si a dla.
1A, IAEWAG04AS MOM .f ,hen W a pointy> theaproiasi' <..
h t,1Jc Hi a Waatarfy illreettonpaMtftm :
M the 8 of ao..nllUljft Lot 2. 'asprevioa.ty
drfttedl a dl.Mnr.
of 249 point; thence pro
---1. : l'C'.ab
,.' d Mod a Me direction per
r .' Permute' Po latl/pa.
r / .nlll'ul.r. to the South "boundary
I line Uovernment Lot 1 to a
j ,0551 o.I I InleraMMn tan NortB
I t boundary lino of thenca prooxd In an Baotorlydirection
A ,
s p5 tmn man envnt lions thin I Nnrlb boundary
4m r+pu TrtS) NINTH JVIJItlAI. cPr line of Oovernmnnt Lot I. to
i ,0' k Co cut, eye sway FORT BRBV.AROCnLftTt : I'foth..l earner of Governmse5am
.' .. & :atf 3, (DM. 84 T tl B. H M KHravard .
.r M CH ANCICRYCMO : County Florida): thence
No, miser proceed. In a Southerly .dlrectloa.
JI I .sot.. TM. yoaaehesaAH41eaNn along the Rat tins of Govern-
1 II" AeakEMSVI meal Lot 2, a illnlanre, ot SW* feet
f I IIR FOB 0ftKI In a mint' : thenc proceed In a
**TI('II ii' .nl'lt gnulhnrly dlrviMon' *lon.. the Bait
9 1 HILBERT BAPP. INC sac ut Government Lot 2, a dlateno -
..lt.ed PROFIT SHARING Tune?. of 882.0 feet la a point;
lat a florid Corporation, thane proved In as IC..I' dir.eNOn .
Plaintiff, ." Mrvendlaotor. to the Eantnno
t .
.1 0 h' r ra of _...nm.nl Lot 1. a din.I. .
EIIM VBWSOlf SWANffOlf. .t v* ..,, 0' lie M.t In till .urllne
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ok aLOTAT1S ot a paved Count' Hoad. thrar.
.- ARTICLES FOR DETENTION HOME -- gifts for the home. Delivering the articlesto Defendant. procaml sinus sea. Centerllna of
Or n.ORIDA said pavMt County Rind to a
STUDENTS MAKE POSTERS-The fifth be viewed around the community advertis- Four members of Conservation Depart Mrs Henrietta Simpson, center, assist- COUNTY OF BRBVAMB: point ..I.or.ia feet (In arsurthurly

year class of Mr. Virginia Burgess of Coquina ing a Spaghetti Supper on Oct. 17th Spon- ment of the Indian River City Woman's ant director of the home, are, left to right: TO SWANHON VB1BOI: hla SWANSON wife, wkOM" .any Nwl-- .*...,Uo. of the aKlenalon)" from an of the In-

I Elementary School, following a very sored by the Indian River City Woman's Club, recently visited! the Juvenile Deten- Mrs Nancy Baker, Mrs Delores Mancini, scabs .nfl pout offlon l< ....* In South Lot boundary I. and the tine oenlerltne of Government of- ,

I helpful demonstration on poster makingand Club, the proceeds of the supper will be tion Home in Titusville with gifts of per Mrs. Nancy Hook and Mrs. Juanita Young. led unknown-; and ELLIB to. DAVID h5. .1".ELLIS.ho. laid paved County Road: them-

lettering given by Mrs. Olga Rodri- used to purchase books for Coquina School sonal articles for the juveniles and other NMda II IInll..o._ and pool oftet address proceed parallel In to a the Westerly south direction

quez made the above posters which will Library TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED line. ot Government Lot 2,Udli.
that 'a suit hat bean tllMasalnit lance of 2M.0 feet 'lo a pointthenca ;
works at the Cape In Civil Ser school, parents are urged to attend Bear Badge; Jeff Zirnfus .- you In the above entitledcauie proceed g 3'01 Weal a dins
Indian River City i South Tihisvilla Area NewsCoquina te noe of 260 feet to the Point of
sad that yott ere requiredto
vice and I. a retired T/Sgt from this and subsequent meetings Bear Badge; Eddie Mills file your ...war with th* Clrrk. Heslnnln* connlitln of noprotImotely ; .

I the U S. Army Recently Mrs Cooperation between par. Bear Badge Gold Arrow Point, Seth,. Court and lie to Loral plaintiff. a oo..vIh.o' or all riparian 2H( and urn, littoral tnaelher 1 Mihta.wllb.

I Vine parents, Mr and Mrs ents and the teachers of 'small Silver Arrow Point and Lion plilntlfri upon.uo.np,.. whoe name thereunto appertaining

Frank Frazier from Nashville children Is of vital importanceto Book: George Boone Wolf la, MWANN Magnolia" AND Avenue SWANV Orlando 17South The fdllowlno PARCEL deaurlbed.. II prop.
To Stress Fire PreventionClasses
Tcnn visited here with there the future of the school, of Badge Gold Badge, Gold Arrow Florida I not later titan November I\, rely la ,..tret hi Section 84Townahlp .
211 South. Rnaa Mta
4. lw 4 fall to do ,
> Sty. > ao a 1*'
daughter and lIOn.In.law for 9 those! who labor in it for the Point, Silver Arrow Point ore* Pra Confeoo will k* entered .t. Uravtrd enunry. Florida.
: '(.Inet you toP tke relief, demanded For a Polnl ot Htalnnlnc Mart
weeks, returning home last Ix'neflt'of the children themselves James Moran Wolf Badge
at Coin In a School will Civic Association Mooting lost Book In tea Complaint' This salt .lato at Its point of Intersection ot the
week. Here in this school Is Bear Book fore.'In** an Agreement. for rentrNlne ut the paved County
observe "Fire Prevention I The next regular meeting of There are 81J11. number of Deed. The real property proceeded. Koad and lha exlennlon (un an

Week". October 4 thru 9, In many the Indian River City Civic Association books liming.: from tho Indian where the Initial mould for thechildren' Several awards earned during ...In.1 Inlot ruaterly boundary illrectlnnl line of Govt of Lot the 2.South Hec-
Two 4. Block B.
fabricated Oramllng
WorkshopsTwo future Is
ways wUl be held next ThiiM. River City bunch of the TUu August have not yet been pro' Park. In aeordanw with/ the lion 81 T 211: B. R M E. BravardColinly

Stage I student will !learn day evening, Oilnliur: Alb at 1:00: vllle Public Library and the re workshops sponsored by day after day Thcie- rented but it is anticipated that Plat: 1 k"I1 aa, Pat record 4)1, of InPlal a point' which Florida U, thenc,monad proceed JDSJI feet to

about the Job of the fireman, new I'.m. In Uie Civic Center! tnt! Inventory that was taken tho Indian River City Home fore, parents, attend the PTA all Cub Scouts will be presentand t lee Public Rocohl of FM In a \ ."tiTlv direction on tile
SOUth boundary line of Oovt tnt
vocabulary words and rules of Robert Hudson, editor of the discloses that many of these mukeis Club were held this last meetings.Cub. alt outstanding awards, maybe yard *County M*' HorldaWITtESI HAND' ANn I, theitoo. prmeeA In in* Lame

fire prevention The fire truck TltuHvillo Star.Advocate. will IP books have been taken out by week on Wednesday and Thurs piesentid The new Den SEAL of this Court at TlluavllleFlorida Wenlerlv' 'unitary illreillon line' alon. the .umeHoulh Lot

at the home of Mrs Ethel Scout Committee Chief of Den 2 will be thin 2nd day of October. t. dlatane of ,, oO'feet v'o: a
will visit the School on Tuesdayand guest speaker at this meeting patrons and have not been re day Jerry A. U IM4. a a.

Firemen will distribute and his subject will be 'Respon turned to the library Currey 244 Swift Avenue The Committee for Cub Scout Champion Curlla V. B It.Spanglef Marnei 1 point 1 ;ritrecKrn thence, proceed perpemlloulflr In a Northerly to

booklet Pack 319 held their monthly Court SealSWANS r the Baulk boundary" lln* of Governmcnl
on latelyand' give ) :
sibilities of the Press in an Fl Lot b
citizens books On Wednesday nine members Following formal matters of SWANN 2, raa trvlnunly rtiiorlbetl -
Any finding AND
any ,
clip pins to the children meeting the home of Rick > a dlatanoa of 246 feet 10. a
... ...
ection Vcnr'. 11 south .1... Avenue
this ot I the Club were present including this met ting there will be a .
property' of library, are urged Orlando. Mnrlda point; tbeno proceel In a Northerly
Stage II and Stage III students Barrett, 313 Delespine Avenue .
This is a highly important to turr them in as soon as severul prospective new Halloween Party All of the Attorney for PlaintiffOi direction pifpendlcular to
the gntilB Hn of G..y't
will study science unit heat last Thursday evening boundary *
on I. IS. >, 2S iMon) 194tun .
meeting and citizens should avail possible In order that the inventory members. Under direction of Cub Scouts will drew up in original Lot 2, to a point ot Inlrraecllonit
(spontaneous combustion, eto.) Those in attendance were Mr the North' hiunlarv line of(1uv't
and, types of community pro ,themselves of an Interesting and can be completed. Mn Currey they made birdcages and Mrs Barrett Mr. and Mrs or handmade costumer .I.... Pr/a rmniT....t.,."OMBT Cot .T'I.. l.ol li 1 thenio Preened In a

Informative presentation of the biidcage holders and their relatives, coming to the I'LORal. CIv Wealerly ; rnoo. n1.01 N1rtbbnund.ry
grams on fire prevention Second Ed Mills, Mrs Stella Zirafui, -.. ,..r'RT 11111. twee line 't 2, to
subject noted above. Fldelli S. S. Class. trays; then made. Christmas Tree-! party, are asked to wear cos ROSS PICORRAlI: .AYINOS AlSO and Into the water of th* Indian
year student In Miss Nan Strad. Den Mother of Den 4, Mrs Con Sliver: thence run Southerly In
Tho Fidelia Sunday School decorations out of plastic crystals tumes Many will tJIn LOAN AHKUCIATION OK ORANOB
games and alone' the of the Inman
water '
ley. room made a mural about nie Vance, Den Mother of Den :3 to COI'NTT. an anoclatlonr
Class No. S ot Central Baptist store for all the Hobgoblins to River emooln5 th* South
lHnn under the laws o( the
fire safety "Fire the Now Cltltons Mrs boundary enlndln. WoXerly of
ill) Neighborhood Riley Cafferty Den) lallra 8l.u-i of America, .
Church, held a meeting last Tun play : Oov t Lot 1, and proceeding- the
". Mr and Mrs Jay Fischer of On Thursday s liquid embroidery Mother of Den) 9. Cubmaster, Plaintiff, .am Bouihwly: direction to' a
day In the home of their trach Prizes to be awarded for the .
Tn011Ae point on Mouth boundary
Campsall Trailer Park held. Mrs Barrett, announced that the P JOYCE and LOLIBBT
announcethe workshop was
er, Mrs Buss Nichols, at 210 costumes will be for the fun-1 lOTCR, hi/* wife, and /. ARBNN leaded Wterly" of Oovt Lot Si
School Patrol birth of their Wald. October Pack would be thence proceed S"'W B atone
a daughter, This Pro- Manes Tell and Jean Von meeting a HON BUILDING COKPoaATION. ; "
Parker Ave was meat most'originaL
and the the Bnulh I boundary Oov Lot
Edward Fine, sponsor of the first child, Michelle! Reno Fie motion Ds)" rill'> Mrs. Nichols, ncr from Mime were present and held in the Civic Center, Thursday ', scarrlest costume. a Florida OefendanmVlOKtHE oorporaUoo. 3, to a point .dot 7 4S feet

School Patrol cher at Jess Parrish Memorial demonstrated with trl evening October 22 The Nolee liP West of the Uh corner of Oovlot '.
Safety announcedthe who has led this class for the they a WII."I"II yoaa.. J; thenL proceed N 1'10' R,

appointment of three boys Hospital at 12:16 am on Sept. last three jjubra them paint the making of liquid meeting will consist of ,presentation All parents of Cub Scouts In la: hereby KVI.IC: H liven" tLKHKNotlco poruu.ant : T17T feet t'* a' Point. thence proceed '
I N. 81 SO\ E., 2C5.0 feet to
for regular duty, Paul Bowen. "cinhlr; 2fth Mrs Fischer Is the ( embroidery. Members ofdtEe of colors and other opening Pack 310 are asked to meet with to a Final. Deere ot ForMl- oint, thenco proieed N. 0'00' H ap ,

Make Richards ,and Ronnie former Karen Marklty! The mwarilval The member' present played club present wef"f.Thelmaow ceremonies, presentation of the Committee on Wednesday entered ura dated la Chancery 2nd October"Caw. 1004 No,Mu2S and, Tl.0 feet/J. 81 In'21 a point E: 616, Ihenc feet to proceed a

Wheelui I weighed dibs. U-ots games and enjoyed delicious refreshments ell, Lillian Carter, Catherl"oJlelJpI'nstl'lI awards and closing ceremonies night before the Pack meeting at Judicial of Ibo' Circuit Clrcull Court In and of the fur Ninth Bre- point on the Eat boundary of

The following boys were appointed I Present In addition Ann Workman, Award earned during September the Civic Center to decorate the yard County, riorWo. whereinHOMC Gov't Northerly Lot J:direction thenca proceed alone In the a

as substitutes: JohA 'Barker to the honoree, were Mrs. May Doris Hoover, Eunice Thomas ( will be presented as Center for the party The Com ANDIOAN rhOBHAIn A8HOCIATION HAVINUH' or Eaat: boundary of 00.'( Lot t. toa
CHAMB IR.S point of Interaecilon wllb Ihoren0rllne
Billy Bullard, William Cole Taylot, Mrs Nl<'hols' mother; Anita Smith and Mrs. Currey. follows: Kelly McClendon mittee for Pack :310 extends an .OHAN9D COUNTY a*..aMOilatloaalallne of paved County HoaSl

man and Michael Hawklnson. J EWEttRS Eunice Thomas, Kay Thlgpen, Wolf Badge: Robert Penn invitation to all residents of the Cnllrd ; SMatea undo the of I.America of the lPIMMIff > thenca of aald proceed pond. along County the Road canterUna to.

General school citizenship a Athlena Armstrong Cora Conrad P.TA. Wolf Badge Steve and THOMA P. JOYCE Ih. Point of Beginning. oonalatlni
MeetingThe ; Partridge South Titusville to
area Join
4ewtlr *f MM kettf(f ktnet'PIRTU and LOIIBM T JOYB' his wife of approximately Mia T.
short essay and the teacher' PUU Bertie Haynes, Hazel Dov first meeting of the Wolf Badge. Richard Partridge them at the Halloween Party. and i. A. HFNN 4 SON HI!1LDINO ; aether with all riparian acrea aad III.-

enharger Willa Tlppen Betty roRPORATlON. a Florida carol' rldhia thoreunto appertain
recommendation are requlu PTA of ------ -
prc .\"Phone. 147-HtJ' Coquina Elementary orpvratlOB. an Uerendanla I will In.
lies for these appointments. llollariild unJ Mubrl Darker School of this year will be held null! to the hltheit and .bent bidder PARCEL III
I fur taih at tho Bait Front Door of Riaet at a consul monument
tonight in the auditorium at the County ourthnuM la T <".. win 'h I I. th* Norlheaat corner ot
Visitors From Tenn vllle. iirevard County Flnrl la, at (loot lot :a. We.linn 34, Township
8:00: p.m.Based I twelve clock noon on the Bird 23 Rnuth Rani 30 rail Bravaril
CHARLES BLADE III I Mr and Mrs. Albert Virtes on the great Increase In day .' October" lw>4. the tellnwlosdreseua County: 'Florlln, theno* prooetd

RARE COINS II y I live at 1200 Thoreau Street He the number of children is this I JUsr Ute Flnat. property Deere' aa aat funk In S r uth SN4'feat'"Hi,;' al woet l0nS. tha for Earl a dlatanca boond

r Lot a, asset S. COVNTItrClktR cry line of (.toy I Lot 3. to a Point
We Buy and Pay More r HKIOHTH TH1HD m fli..lnnl.i.,: iii...... proceed
AUDITION' according to pintthereof North IS'in Hot for a dblanueof
Largest Stock of Coins Arund a recorded I In Plat 1SO feet to a point, thence proceed
381: N. Orange-Orlando-415 Book 16, Pace 1US Publlo Hec.. South u'uo Wen for a dia-
1207 ands of Mravard County. Flar lane* uf Tl.0 feet to a point!
N. Orlando GA ;01)1
DATED Ibis 2nd day of October. fora distance of 2640 feet lo a
IM. point; thence proceed "Houth 1'10'
Osborno-Popped I 1rAs ; ( RTltt M BARNES Went for a illuance. of TIT f feet
FOR EVERY HOUSE (lerk of Circuit Court to a point on the ifiuth bountary,
Furniture Co. Inc. FURNISHING' I NEEDMATHER'S j Hy; Mary Joe I'oirerlleputy lln. of lent Lot I, theno* proceed
Clerk Mouth M'M' Earl: .lone the Hvuln
Pot. I IMooi.> 1110I4. boun lary line of Oovt Lot I. ** *
INTERIOR DECORATING I I dlalanc of TH44 feet to the Saute.
of NEW SMYRNA it:> THS! f'1fK't'ff rotnt or past corner of Oovt Lot 0. for a
DRAPERIES CARPETS THE NtfTH" :> jrtJIClAlL CIR. dlelance of T.4 4 feet to She Southem -
WALL-TO.WAIL CARPIT. Call Collect 425.1131Nrw cull. 71e< AND puss SSRtANDCOL'STO t corner of Oi vt Lot a; thene.
INO INSTALLATIONS Smyrna Reach FtOHIBAIn proceed North U'00' Ra.t for 'a
Chanrer* N HOMI OP FINEFURNITURE < : *. TO .).r.,l. Beglaalnii. conal.t lln. of atpnmlmelely -
THE PET SHOP MARTHA H ORBUOMTPtAlltirF lea acne together
DREXEL and NoTE with all riparian and IHIoral
vs rlghla thereunto
PENNSYLVANIA "Everything For Your Pel" ,i set. aAEovm w. ORBOORTr TAKK NOTICE:appertaining that ,a null 'ka*
tla ,klt( u >RFHf.ANT: keen tiled 5 .. you In the Clr
721 PalmeNe 43SI011Now Fancy Collars Loathes Toyi ) A Ire lUymaod W Uretary cult Court .rola.the Sloth: Judicial
Smyrna Beach OMIat AHrureo Rind Circuit of tho. ..at. of Florida. la
Budge, Fish, Pupplts Supplies Wrifht Pawraoo Field, onto and for Hr.vurl.. Ci"'lv. wherein
SUPPLY CO. 117.! N. Orange, Orlando GA 3 1742 rrwr i too, RAYMOND: W. OUROORT PI.lr.UJf. ..,I JOTCB 1.A ROC II B
; -I'.I are "hereby' rflfled thai a Hill oftroMPLAIIT HKNSLKT al'. are defendants
Lumber Sc Building Materials foe DHoroe kai In-lng. Chancery raa. Na JvJOl
the Builder"Dixie t tae Alee asaloet you. and you Tk aatur of Ibis lull I* a nut loaulet
"Everything for ) DODGECARS I see rMuired. to aerva o spy otKUP title v a the abov deeirlbedreal .
Frooway at Canal SI. CENT lenwer" ar pleadln": to the eel aleFACH
Now Booth ONE : .e Complaint to th* Plalollfraalleraey OF TOt IK RRQlIREn
AND TRUCKS Ui K. Pitta and III.. Ike lo file your ...w.r and written
Call Collect 421N2I onunal a He wet w pleading I. the d.t...... .la the (miplatnt with.. lee
DODGE DART deice t ot the 1erk .f la* rinraltCur Clerk of the Cln'ull Court of Br*.
r *. or .hefora tile M* daynovenhe .. yard Florida, in this Se.er.dl .
Tradewind Complete Parts Department rE out ng,u.i: to aer\e a copyPlalntlffa
IT y,. fall M d. ao ludtn.*tv lh.r.ee opus Ih. Attorney .
Trained Mechanics IF?i' fiwrnrma\1 1 """'.It will k* take laemMjnea whaa same and addreao
POOLSof fW tho meant d.......... .. I* hereinafter/ eel forth. aa reoulred .
INDIAN Listings Additional Listings Ads II Yellow\ '311SDun't aolfl Camplam < by law. net laler than Ik* Huh
Florid.. Inc. Changed TRW oMtoo *.... a. ............ 'n 0' 1..lobP.. 1054.WINIMS .

Pools of Bvarlaitlng: Quality: RIVER MOTORS wait! Call our Busmens Office now to SOU one. man wwka week la the for TKnevill lour cn alarAdvcral ectlvo .. fleiel Veil o'Y'hind' Court mad the rn Tituavllle --

slog K, Colonial Dr. 208 N. Orange And ,.. Tltvivllle. rlorl,t*. I 'I .ra County, Florida.
Orlando 27S1I12MaternaLane chance listings in the Telephone Directory I..... and Ordered. la TltucyllleBrevard tkl. Jhk day of September. AEC.urt :
New Smyrna Beach rcmeml'er-additional listings for member of Covoly Flntlda, silo tad IIIIC.:
TEL 42I44M day of Ou>t>er ... ( Ran
I r Cwtle rV fie,..* flees < rnn. BAmiBio
your family or firm may bo included (for little *f Chwtl Ce.rtky Pi.rs *t lion FHwult Cmirt
OP ORLANDO ------ V av ...&11.*.. BY V .. IP A.<>!.>.-*
extra coHt. I Deputy tlerkCourt Deputy <'Itirk
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CENTRAL FLORIDA'S MOST TWO for the j jI e ( 5.516Oeb ) HAROLD for I. I.IIVRLI Plaintiff, JRAllorner ..
COMPLETE MATERNITY SHOPSII Learn Hairstyling Now Mr.lh"wlIsmall De mire you're representedin _____ en orov ntret
NO atilt P. O. Ruw SIS
trdea S.MHiaOIS WOODY'SH.lratyllng the Yellow PaIN the best way to tell NOTUi.; .r alit Merrill laund. Florida.ftfrt. .
MONTH OIIIMIF A\r: Institute people how to find you Smart Shoppers| heed the j : th. aafcaowa wife of
4irdeiiinn A 8. WALTON JAMS* W
NEW SMYRNA BUILDERS 2504 McH"e St. advice to Let your fingers do the walking SINNER: nil : If marriedPINXKR : ,,,n"'l1 t". .....
Orlando 4248573CONOTONC kla Wife Sealed It.... will .k* .,..... kytk
104. N. Oe0...It 4VR. t Rent( the ads Learn the facU r iiul it fast PLUS ONE CENT OEORGR THOMA. RAGA') head of n. uMy CoamlaatM'
sad NOVA FAT HAOANhll ere up sale t 44 oeUek A. H.
THE FLORIDA SHA VIR Shop the Yellow Pages way." wife; Uo aow ketr 171.5.. 15 H... In) Ik C.mttf-
.f th. Ratal of OEOBOB Nea..' SUoga. In tk* .CH_.
I i LIN BLOWSTIART I A kick aapaaoloo Foam Oa>
Makes Electric Shan Service O HEARING AID, CENTER aL Southern Q Dell ; i K WrCHKRT: sad __-__. with *....
tuke 10* ,
DRUG ELEANOR: WIILUII WITHtiRT aad fall*** at kigw
Factory Trained Porsonnol l c-.d..&U : hla wife, JEMIBWICNFKT paaa4e. faaaaTk
Sonotone of OrlandoMurray ABarrrr aod -._ sal W ......
Parts In Stock-Same Dy Service FINGERS: DO THE: WALKING - - - - MONICA: N. WICHERT. Kaltvo I ., antfiMtaa S. M mnli fail .,
S. Lent Dltt. Mgr. LET YOUR fees
14 Years Experience o4 If dead tile aakaewa I per anaoti will roaaiTk
SOl N. Maenolfa. OrUndo 4IU1SJ N1... letal***. derlaee Iuam sata.h.i.
:ItS N. Orange-Orlando. OA 3.IM! i *. traaue. redltera, All hide Ie M marked. .5 eMrrd..5..Np
; awcar tr *to. ....... .. 'add ,., 0....
BOND.HOWELL MR. BUILDER) Are You CUTTER DRUG eao or ram *lolOMaU 4** --
PLEASED with the QUALITYof a ay .f tk* chive oeclflcn,i Bwnl ttftnm tk* riled totes
LUMBER CO. i ; UlMHrte IMkwda a4 any cad a* keaa.eaumker .
Beach your TERRAZZO FLOORS Pj.f I Pages aM ...... kanta or ehiai' K **
New Smyrna why ... try !.. M kay. aay rill""" INI JOB W WkTKIfAM.CWAIKMAIO .
North FtorWe's Largest Dealer OWENS TERRAZZO INC. or latetaaalio ar lo Jko f... I
I-.0 d.oerib.d prne.rly BOARO or COTITTC
'TfI... A Material Difference r... riiee : WAY oHvandi M Board C*.otyFlortda M MlosnOY.S..
Your "best friends In Building New *..... Be*<* IU 0-MII 7 0434 .lwllPAKCEL: BMKVARU COCJITT. ,
Calf Collect 421.2411 The ......._ amalktd piaporty a, U |.*..> JIM.PJp .


TthrtVllle 'Ploi d'J) Attest. P114. 1
Monde i'. October 5. 1-W4 -- y .--, .--- ", -
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JWC Production Fair lady"promises j
o+ l.r4.I'I"I Teat '. *

To Be Season HighlightThe CREAM CHEESE I ,

FIR S TO' THE 1-14. z9
TihuiviU! Junior Womans Hooks, costumes; Mrs. Frank I
eonpmaioni; Mrs. I /
Club will stage the Broadway .II' Pillsbury S ei IM
musical "My Fair Lady" in November Richard Van Horn, talent east- PoB
and members of the club log; Mrs. Richard Sunonet fin A BISCUITS +
'are now working hard on plane ante; Mrs. Frank Keller tickfts. WEEK SPECIALS 6 49*
to make it one of the bent productions Mrs. Sheldon Bwtwn properties cant
of the Titusville area. ; Mrs. John WeiU make-up; M RK1I 4
It will be held on November Mrs. John H. Jones, Jr., ushers; l
8 and 7 and November 13 and Mrs. Jack Larks, First Nighters; f roreii food* .
14 at the Titusville High School Mrs. Jack Freed and Mrs. Peter ,
.auditorium. Most of the pro- Gaenlcke, cast party; and Mrs. L.I1 Quick Frozen Shoulder-Cut _. Jesse Jewell 4-Peck CAlckU. if
teedi will go to the Jess Parrish Ned Rust publicity. TURKEY
.Memorial Hospital. Jacob Hanneman is musical Lamb Roast lb.33c PIES
'' director with Wanda Wycoff I 69
Assuming chairmanship of this serving as director from Mask pkg.
tremendous undertaking is Mrs and Mrs. Mark I
Earle of and Hammer Quick Frozen Shoulder-Cut llrds Eli lit Ivtter See*!
Snyder past president Goodklnd from JWC. Phillis PRICES EFFECTIVE
.the active group. Mrs. James Ernest will be In charge of SLICED CARROTS
Luce will also be working closely choreography for the productionand MONDAY, TUESDAY, Iamb Chops lb.45c 10 ac.
with her.Committee. will head 11,4seta 3 89'Birds
chairmen who are committee.' Swift's Premium Brounschweigtr or Sandwich l !In Seiice .
already making plane for this to Mask and Hammer members 5, 6, 7, 1964 Eye lurttr ..
,be the most successful of the assisting with technical advice 2 8 of.pkgs.. 69c SPINACH
-.JWC projects for charity are include Mary Fanton costumes; Spread D '
Mrs. John P. Dolfn programs; Harold Kldd stage manager; 3 Ik: ::: 89
Mrs. Jule Schmidt and Mrs N. Bobbie Hubinger, makeup; and Delicious
.A. Boeder, ads; Mrs G. H. Mark Goodkind, sound.H. .
Rodenbaugh Elevated To Agent
For Heorty Breokfost' Pillbury's .
H. R (Buzzy) Rodenbaugh of QUICK FROZEN SHIPPED With\
Titusville agent and has transferred been elevated to the to EVISCERATEDDUCKLINGS THERMAL FREE n Pancake Flour. ft:: L

,Cbcoa command, according to aleport CUP NO Bugs My Lady
of Sheriff Leigh S. Wil-
.son, Plus 100 39c
'.'.iRodenbaugh, a veteran In law SkHStamps a Paper a i \
ntorcemcnt in Brevard County {>rtw i iJ
Ti a native of Orlando and a 'k Lady Betty

|:'as winter graduate a deputy Park.of under Rollins He sheriffs has College served Bill in 1C Prune Juice 3 &::; $1. \

Williams, Jimmy Dunn Ralph Hunt's Tangy I
. 7 Ttlark and Wilson.
,In bring transferred from unl- Tomato Juice. r: 10
'fbrm patrol deputy to criminal ,

agent/ Rndenbaugh will be In- ., ,' __._ ....... ',
:'vtilved in criminal investigation TetleyTea
'. I"n.: ,'.',.
*. ,1 '.f / T' ...
.,..Agent RodpnbauRh and his Bags .t'iok ". 99
"Jwlfe, the former Yvonhe Ricard
of Minis and their family live R. Rod.nb.ugh Dutch Choc., Butterscotch, Chocolate, Vanilla
,<,on Smith DriveBrown >

? f Metracal 41.4 cons: $1.VOlUMl
Attends Candidates> Clark, MAXWELL HOUSE .

Cutter To AddressToastmasters s

Fire College : INSTANT 5505

Port Canaveral
Commluion'i a '
Titusville\ Fire Chief Jim er Candidates Bill Clark and > I COFFEE KBoo
Crown has returned from the Cutter will speak to the Titus 'rash Roast FIAYOi'' }
State Fire College at Ocala at vile Toastmasters Club.Wedne'v .
;ter attending classes there for day night at the Chanticleer Inn. .c .
;,the past week. and in returrt the* TAastmasters I r
will ti\t! each a written evalua r ,
'' Several phases were covered tlon of his sneaking ttchnlquos 79C NO. I
"in week's visit including under-
Clark and Cutter arc the till
;writers ratings procedures wat- candidatesthat I ,.
and 10th of 12 political
'or supply, firefighting under y k 39PURCHASE '
have been Invited to sped .
mutual aid, procedure for the I eery
to the Tltusvillle Toastmaiters PU811X
assignment of firefighting personnel educational LIMIT I PLEASE WITH S
(Toastmasters Is an a
and standard planning club dedicated to improving .lit I OF $3.00 OR MORE rr ; / a' JO VOUMt) hlrofeA '
>for a fire station members' speaking ability I I I t
: He was briefed on fire laws through a planned program of 79'
"!correct procedure for keeping speech training.)
records and reports and other ::mt ._.
:"methods for running a Fire Department The club Is offering the candidates tutu' *
cfo '
and evaluation of their j I mi |'''fI' ''( ( .

Brown said that he would like speeches to hep Inem Improve I *, CRISP PASCALCELIRY
while : !SO 006 ?T.AM 50PENNY.SAVER
lor his personnel to attend some their speaking ability at i I
tif the classes offered at the fire the same time the club memhets
college. and guests will have a chime to J7// croon stamps
learn more about the candidate I pe air,_Ma MN. tit ;
BLUE c: Red. Ht.rt Lien Dog teed :

Murray Child Airman Bush Returris c- 1 tell tini 2c .
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Dies Saturday On USS EnterpriseKenna ___ .

Funeral services were held at H. Bush Jr., airman'I 100'\ 'IXT"ATII} 0 50 BLit-.XT"AA'AO"O) .
USN son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken
fi:JO a.m. today at the gravesideIn na H. Bush of Minis, Is scheduled J 7i l Green :':;- Jil< Green Stamps :

Brevard Memorial Park to return to Norfolk Va, Oct. .'e A's ..._..stampal, I .,01; ,.....aN1APkg. I '.
Cemetery for Bryan Jerard Mar Giant : -
fay five.month-old son of Mr. 3 while serving aboard the USS' 29C :a CAPRI : Kroft' Sh.Ctj .....,...
Enterprise following the complrticn -.I Sle
Ind Mrs. Thomas J. Murray <:::> )2-a. the 79e plus lea ISos.l/ '
4i5 Key Biscayne Drive, Titus of operation Sea Dibit. I I rit; 5.. rt; 8, .(,' N./ r\'O'O; ;-QOQ 1N1''
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., The youth died suddenly Saturday first around the world cruii* by I t LIMIT 1 PLEASE WITH

the world's only nuclear task i j' PURCHASE OF $300 OR MORE !SO 400 6afrlt.A'oo 05O
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,.He Is survived by hit parents, force. The fore Is composed
{Owe brothers and four sisters. of the nuclear powered attack I
,smith Funeral Home wn in aircraft carrier. the USS Enterprise J7// Oreen Stamps. ::g 0/1 rS22. st... I II4
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i charge and the gelled! missilecruiser t'a' a I wi4/ w/M w.aA TrMA1*
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USS Long Beaeti and the : ? -Day Mu"lpla a
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USS Bambridge. q c bee. $1.96" ea lee
Demo Candidates LY+a. win V '

To Attend MeetingThere One The around cruise\ the took world Task on atomic Force S'J.Q')' f) (jJ'ry0;; 001)) !QOQJoO.: :: B j 8try ip o_ 9.10J6

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will be. meeting of power a total distanw of more
the fer.vard Citizen's Commit than M.060 mike, without refueling FCrP DELICIOUS !SO O 'iXT"A'X'XX'IRO'O'o 0.XT"An-xO
H> Much all [)Dmocr eandi- or replenish
dates of Brevard County hivebeen The six thouMmi men In this FLAVOR. PERFECT J7// Green Stamps ; J7// Green Stamp
invited. It will be held atE fore were at .a SS days out afM w+a.MM N...._.. ( I Q w1...Lai......d.4 ; $
p.m. on WeAwMtejr. at Carpunter's The majority .( the men have A/1 H.... /sec Dot't04 a |WI'/TI /IIMIUM, / lUCID COOKIDrirMiio
Hall on U. S. JOe. I t. been away frees ham smre Frb- FRUI T 'IC> 1 tell lee191 .' a 6. ITAIUM NAM .
even miles north of Eau Galli. rusty I, when Ute Enterprise

With The the public< andidit',K m Im .ited to speak started a in routine the Medd.traa.ae.MONEY aft month depkijmtnt B l ln ; oi9 t i9wa Ellli9) .1 o.llit.i9imB .P.

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--- ---- Monday, .October I, JM4'I fttuiville Garden Club mem
bare will have an opportunity ii,,
'' "show off their shifts" next Monday

I' 'round town at the first General Club
r meeting of the new year Thi

With Newa And Noteaof I "Patto Shift Party" will be he ''I i

at 1 p,m. In the Torch Club f<,>,
North Br.vard Phone 267-3994 with barbara carbon lowed by the business meetm-

-'" presided over by the club's' lot ,

Student at Whispering Hills authentic ads pictures and stories Sorry to hear Jan (Mrs. Ron) ly new president, Mary (Mrs

.3 School received two special from newspapers of long ago; Kilgore of 3380: Elder li back i in Charles) Massey.

.. treats last week arranged through pictures of Alaska dogs; an Eskimo Orange Memorial Hospital this Here' a new twist for the
'h their librarian, Mrs. James D. cookbook an Eskimo week. Jan home for five
--- -- story was meeting) The shifts will be seretly ,
w "'IJI""", Brown Fourth grade students book entitled "Igloo Tales", a days but hid to return to the hospital judged with prizes halo,
Watts Mason Theta Omicrqns who have been studying Alaska hand-cerved Rosary made from Saturday for continued I awarded In lour citagorie-,

Invite Rushees To and other Arctic countries, enJoyed Ivory and strung on fish line and treatment and tests. We know "most beautiful", "most one:

I '4 Model Meeting viewing a large display of many other) Items native to that Jan would love to hear from all 1 inal", "most ridiculous" and .
EngagementAnnounced items from the Eskimo land and land. Mrs, Brown, (who lived In her friends here. U you'd like to r "the sexiest." We've seen these

'V ) Theta Pmicron: t pier of learning One item how the they were madi. Alaska for 7 years) Lori Peele drop her a line or. get well 1 gals create so many lovely things

I Beta Sigma Phi hoi' f gular children were and Janette Merriman broughtthe card, she Is in room 4509, Oringe from plants and flowers, wouldn't
: particularly Interested In was a items for display Memorial Hospital, prlanilo.
meeting last Thur of be surprised to see one come
I pair Mukluks
home of Mrs. Bell. '. Eskimo boots The second treat ws* for sixth Hope she returns home real soon. dressed Ina "freshly cut" shift
I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lyon This was a model m. >* uruk" and snow, made from "001' grade students who viewed a un Since the members are all going .

Watts, Titusville, announce the > the Rushee'l.Members uruk" is Reindeer fur. "Dug-; ique collection of dolls from allover The Home and School Association to be dressed for the patio

engagement of their daughter, t. present were: M..... Is used to similar make to leather and the world and heard an interesting of St. Teresa's Catholic guest speaker Mrs. Robert N

Dorothy, to James Cheney Mason Dave Mason, Mrs. Linda Barr, about 1<4 Inches the sole with talk on Australia by a School will hold their second Guthrie from Orlando is going
w Mrs Elnora turned up for charming visitor from that country meeting of the year tonight at to tell them various
son of Mrs. DoiTlt Mason of i 9 I Ii Robinson, Mn. the lower section methods of?
Titusville and D. Powell Mason Chris McNeeley, Mra. Betty! The Reindeer fur of is the boot top. Mrs Veri Pedle,. Mrs. the school. All members and "Patio Planning". Hostesses fore

>. of Columbus, Ga. i Callowsy, Mrs. Sonia Eisner. thin to attached to Pedlcy has been houseguent of parents of the youngsters ar this first meeting will be the
H The bride-elect attended > j Mrs. Beulah Feagsn and Mn. What complete tho top poll Ion. Mr. end Mrs. Ed McGee, Roosevelt urged/ to attend. Poinsettia Garden Circle and the
was really
schools in Waycross, Ga., was i i Ellen Sleeman. the youngsters Interesting how for Ave,, during the past week. Hill and Dale Garden Circle!
wss Eskimo
K After Mrs Pedlcy told the Our foreign exchange student,
I Rushee's
graduated from Titusville High present were: MnVirginia women cut and turn the .
up "oog.uruk"
1 youngsters about all the dolls, Somporn Rodbonn, has been having
School Scruggs Mrs.
and attended Florida I Carolyn with their teeth to Want
shape she explained the popular Aus- Planning a party to serve
Southern College. j Phillips, Mrs. Louise Klcinsch- the toe and heel. a delightful time seeing Florida
traillan "something different"? Here'sa
;; Mr. Mason, attended Winter midt, Mrs. Joan McIntosh and Other song, "Waltzing, Matil .
Interesting /items In the da", which Is "practically their Recent trips for the Thailand delightful recipe we got from
Mrs. NoeI'Luca.
Park High School and was grad- j collection were numerous Ivory national anthem", and tang the student and her American an "Eskimo Cookbook" which
: uated from Robert E Lee High "How is your Conversation"was pieces handcarved
t, the from walrus lively tune with Mrs. McGee family, Mr, and Mrs. C. W. Evans Gretchen Brown daughter of
School, Jacksonville. He served title/ of the cultural pro. tusks, a necklace and
earring set
This Fire Chief and
delighted the children since Paula ind Charles, have Mrs. James
: In the USAF, stationed in gram Mrs Chris McNeeleyand with Alaskan jade and
gold nuggets their music teacher had just recently been to St. Petersburg, where! Brown, received from Alaska
Japan, and will attend the University Mrs. Sonia Risner introduced ;, a newspaper from Fair- / this
taught them the song. The they visited Busch Girdens Tarpon summer
of Florida. two guest speakers, Ray bank, Alaska during their "Gold
e session ended with all the students Springs and took a jaunt on To "Eskimo
.:. The wedding is planned asan >tw ) -. Summy and Floyd Yarborough Rush Days" in 1962 which had( prepare Ice
.. r ; h ; fct of the and teachers taking Mn a sponge boat, and to Tampa, Cream" just, "Crate Reindeer..
event of Dec. 28 In St. Gab-/ Toastmaster's Club, They
: 1'' WW : Pedley questions/ about her where they were guests; at a tallow into small pieces. Add
i i QL gave a
rlel's Episcopal Church Titus very Interesting talk'on
e # "Converiation" Honeysuckle Council country,, It) government, birds foreign exchange student meet seat oil slowly while beating
ville. and '
; many help. Feted animals and customs. ing. This meeting included a with hand. After
F ful hints on how to 'convene By Advisor you've added
and how to swim party and luncheon. the seal oil, add a little water
Pythian Sisters keep your listenersInterested. Mrs Vernon Thomas, Royal A very lovely young lady we Somporn has adjusted rapidlyto while whipping. Continue add
:.f.: ', ,, ,-'I'Jf--; EWSMlM ,.. _.. _. know
Chairmen *: .u. Advisor, was hostess to mem- celebrated her 15th birth the American way of life. She ing a little seal oil and a little
:.. Report MM! Dorothy Mo" .. Wanes Mrs. Beulah Feagan was chosen ben of the Honeysuckle' Council, day last Saturday In quite a different likes all our food now and understands water until white and.l fluffy

The Pythian Sister held a "Valentine Sweetheart" to Pythun Sunshine Girls on way from the usual birthday our other customs much Any kind of berries be
*regular meeting at Custle Hall I Ion Deborah Class Pink Lady Schedule represent (this Chapter at the Tuesday afternoon at her homeon pirties. Ellen English daughter more than she did when she arrived added for 'extra flavor'."

: Sept. 21 with Most Excellent |Installs OfficersAn annual Sweetheart Ball to be Jackson St. for. swimming of Mr., and Mrs, Bob English severs! weeks ago. This unusual .
.'Chief Juno Futch presiding The Pink Lady Schedule for held on February 13th. Mrs, El and same party. Cleveland Rd., Invited nine A big project for Somporn cookbook of actual '

: Various committee chairmen impreisive ceremony for Jess Parrlnh Memorial hospital/ nora Robinson gave a report on Later the girls enjoyel ham of her friends to an informal right now Is designing the senior Eskimo recipes was compiled -

"gave their reports, Mrs D. B. tho installation of officers for week of Oct 4th through 10th, Is the City Council meeting she burgers! with all the trimmings. afternoon tea, which they all class float for Homecoming by the Alaska Crippled

TPritchard, Past Grand Chief of the Deborah Class of the First announced as followsTuesday : had attended. Those present were: Patty thoroughly enjoyed. on October 23 Of course ate Is Children's Association from reclpcs 'I

Florida, gave a very Interesting Baptist Church, was presentedby The four chapters In Titusville Gable, Judy Mitchell! Connie Ellen and her guests looked using a Thailand theme. and, the young Eskimo child \
"and detailed report on the Supt Mrs. W S. Hardm, Tuesday ,, Oct. 6 Morning: F., are planning a big Las Vegas Clevenger, Pam and Sheila Collins like a bevy of beauty queens In from what we've seen of her art ren brought from home. One
Treme Temple held in Washington. night. Young,F.L Pcttit, F. Tutcn; afternoon Party to be held on November21st. Judy Burke, Mary Ann their lovely fall creations complete work, it is sure to be beautiful.We very simple recipe states the

: D. C recently. Ilcadquart- The promoting new members, : Thompson, C. Thompson Details of this party will Hedrick, Robbin Richards, Karen with high heels and glovei hear several other, foreign name of a berry, where it Is
; evening: B. Mathlnon
: P. be given at a later date Futch Debbie The girls chatted exchange students In the area found and tells how the child
era were held at the Mayflower Mis. Wm. L. Benner, Mrs. Filer, B. Lee.Wednesda and Deanie away the afternoon
Hotel and all sessions were well Francis Woodward and Mrs. Final plans are being made Mills, Loretta Pugh, Patsy over refreshments of Ice have been invited to take part in picks the berries, take them!

attended. A joint Memorial Murdock Woods, were presented ), Oct 7 Morning: for a buffet dinner In honor of Futch, Susan Corbin and Linda cream, cake and punch. Attending the homecoming festivities and home, washes them and, of
M. E. Busby; afternoon; K. the rushee's attend the football game. course, eats them.
Service and their Warner. were Linda
of Pythian Sisters and a green and while beanie, significant Goethe, K. Glerurn hus Comparato, Eileen
Knights of Pythias were held at of freshman positions, J. ; evening: bands to be held on October 10th Mn Thomas was assisted by Marks, Debbie Lang, Paula -

:'Arlington Cemetery. Graduating member, Mrs, Sam Bartlett,, Oct.K Phillips.Thursday 8 Morning. L at the home of Mrs. Linda Barr. Counselors Mrs. Best Hedrick, Hlnston, Frankie Spears, Linda A La Marick Salon It always near you!
The : A preferential tea will be Mrs Walter Collins and Mrs. Thompson, Connie Wood, WilU Melbourne
Temple wlllapon.or a dcssert Northcutt, was presented a Wslding, H. Junes; afternoon: W. held for Orlando Daytona Beach 4
card party on Oct. 29 ,at graduation ceitificate Whalen, G, the rushees on October Lei Richard and Mrs D. B. Jean Rhalen and Pat Tupper.
Cantle Hall The public Is cur'dully S. Singleton; evening: 23th from 2:00: till 4:00: p.m. at Pntchird. Mr. Thomas TlTUSVILLEi Open 9 a-m to 9
Mrs UndID linked all member Cjlongue, M. Spears. the home p.m. Monday
9r""Mrs.- .Invited Sara Pappy to attend.win installed I together with.tbaml, with Friday, Oct.( 9 Morning: I P. son on Carpenter of Mrs Elmoryne Read Bee- Chef for the evening. wa'I' \ Wednesday, Friday Tues. and Sat. 'Til 5 p.m. I

,a warning that we are as strong Stout, M. JUmitey; afternoon' A. Delicious refreshments
"cIs Secretary by Mr*. Doris D'- r' RITURN PROM VA -
as the weakest link so we all Kinsman, A. Jackson, D, Wright: ; amel cake, nuts; ,
*.Emilio, installing officer, asJlsled coffee Mr. and Mrs J. E. Koon BEAUTY
,must all strive to be strung evening: B, Bell, M, Monhollon, and soft drinks returned r GIFTS
by Mrs. Jtttie Cut troll and The chuln theme used inptsro B. Hinds, were served by last week from a vacation FREE
was Mrs. AND
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rMrs. Prltchard. Calloway and MI" at Font na, N. C. and Clay-
A school of instruction was held curd nut cups, Saturday, Oct, 10 Afternoon: Linda Barr. Ion Ca. I I

:in DeLand recently and rcpre"sentstives Mrs. W. F. Sikes and Mil. n Martin P, Stamp, B, Ziegler; I .... -- 3 WINNERS
j Kitty Hollidsy are two recent evening: L. Rash
Miss Mamie Love and
member who were welcomed a ts
;)ira. Jettie Cottrell gave their j i into the clans.Officers '. Sept. 20 Oct 26 }oS ," 08 'TII l!
reports.. installed were: President Alton Fryer, Mrs. Crayto Car ""1'1.
Miss Vendol Kay Mrs. Jean | Mis. Norman Penn; let rett, Mrs Burl Ferguson, Mil. w. ,1 ,

rColllns, Mis. Jvttle Codicil and VIcc-Pri-ildc'nt. Mrs. Hubert D. J. Harris, Mr. L, F. Corbin,
:Mra. Evelyn Freeman attended j Calu; 2nd Vice'President, Mrs Mrs RoM'rt Blocker, Mrs. Curtis : :i t

the Temple In Apopka recently 'llert Gall; Secretary, Mrs. Rich. Futch, Mrs. E. R. Rogers, 1e
eta help honor the visit of the 'aid L. Lemon: Aunt Secy, Mrs M..... W. L. Halcomb rrj

:Grand Chief of Florida, Mrs. 'Francis Woodward; Coiresponding Mis. D. K. Holley, Mrs. R. H. .

:Lorraino Berry ;l Secy, Mrs. W. L. llslcomb; Strom, Mrs, Sam Seay, Mrs E. 1

Z Plans were made to honor tho Tieasurer, Mrs, Ben Huney; Raymond Smith, Mrs Ray

:District Deputy Grand Chief Asst. Trees. Mrs. Ernest Puck Thompson Mrs Norman Penn, ,

.;JUil. Dicey Smith of DeLand, tit' Mis. D K. Holley tskea" Mrs. Robert Cato, Mrs. Bert ys w rI, rr j

:Who will make her official visit charge of corresponding with Gum, Mrs Richard L. Lemon,

:la Temple No. 22 here Oct. 27. 'our "adopted daughter". Mrs Ben Hursey, Mrs. E. H.Stlgall .
The members enjoyed a delicious /, loin Einest Puckrtt,
mS turkey dinner at the Howard Mrs. W. S. Hardm, Mrs. Sam "I
Bennett Visitors A.
.. Johnson Restaurant, aftir Northcutt, Miiis Vendol Ray. a

J: Dr. and Mri It A. Seaman which a cake especially made Other promoting mcmbeis t
and dccoiuted by Mis. E, HRogirs who 4 I.i I..
wild Mr. and MIll Win Trawlck could not attend were Mrs i
and : was served. Eloise Loud, Mrs. E. B. Mcnden-
daughter Hwky of Way
Members present were: Mrs. hull and Mrs. June Turner.
:erase, Ga? are visiting at the --- -
iome of Dr. and Mrs. W H. K.

:Bennett on Echo Circle The STORE HOURS 10 AM TO 9 PM Cook to perfection while the '7 4'a.i4 r

{:Scamani aio parents and Mrs PHONE AM 7 .1511Lindsey
Trawii-k( is a sister of Mrs. Den. kitchen stays CLEANER: COOLER '

:-)-ett-.- -- | | The WITH I !FLIMIEJ!! { SIIPU[ .f SI, SUPER.SAFE r JUST' s t

,i 1 1111ii1ifta 11
Dressmaker ELECTRICRANGE REGISTER each visit to our salon

drawing each Monday no need to

TELLTHEM Cloche be present to win! Harry on in for

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ABOUT k 4 > at your applianr denier !

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Mn to Mi "ttiwl' about W.!''comWtpm. oe only
Tlugr sole k. M:shirt wil D I I Each Wite Priced Complete!
tae eM ef gifts M< Mpfulahrauttoe Now chtsptr tlum near toGo "
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hdltlonllIoIpjlllltr./ / Or 4 PRIwit each woes a fettle e* La MarichAN
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' we1oo S l )n *ili f name tyt hull w ;' RetaIl Value . '7cStlu"
M1'J >***Sl fT'in The recent $10 million ntrtductioa '

Maas 2ti1.I,i.t : 1 1IN "&? < f (fourth major o f .. Prices' Slightly HigherCharye "
----MWCOMIISI-------- | H price cut in 10 yeura) makes
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Uv ltM neaps II M w jn'a | Elctriutv 1l
.. a betas buy than before '

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r= :: '- II .. I S.ftl\ (I'm'nInC with an eye flattering: lipm' in leash 1L1nou1 BEAUTY SALON

Star.Advoc5U I i I autumn shades of sapphire, carnation red mon. navy,
I and black lMuee AM 74SM
me s.. osa.. esa are II tassaasa I flORIDA'1POWER & LIGHT COMPANY I
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October 5 Ufil THutvlll (FlwUa) fesMdawste ht 'I Band Parents Will Salon 556 Plans
Meet Thursday.NN. Halloween Party

ai-JI: The monthly meeting; .t MMTltUKMMl Family rtenc D]I /foa'tL..SJ'fI VEMM f u9 s"b"'fI un

StlOol! Send As, wia. Salon. 5M. Eight and forty.
twin will i I.. held Thurwhiv night. Amei. 'lean LelI4IIA..nII..n..
WIIA Newt Aar Notes Oil i II ,,n i :vt p m in the high Made plans for a Halloween/ party

NottA Brepar'1 heel harm fonmTrrf.i to be held at Wale nt meeting
pl_ of lir... Rob Pickering w4H on CM 27 at TMmviHe U I t
present 1 the budget for the Hajlh gloss Club ftrrvard County Vmture ,
L School Bans? and Parkway _- F'c1rty and Enrtit wH join

lor High Rand toi <*n"*eteaHon" the salon for the pM,.iMr

Frank Caret. president, MT. .** *. Ruth N.rstwrtod. on TUESDAY t WEDNESDAY COUPON SPECIALSBE
---- -- -- Mil parents of band MutoH H MM NtlI\cIII\ te M axlie (eewvinttefi

Riverview P-TA Legion Auxiliary attend to aN a better undue ) m Dallas, Texa where ,it t tWill THE FIRST TO OWN A BRAND NEW
\ Members To Attend standing of the bend: pmplaun. roportMl /that fiiM and'
To Meet Tonight; I The piftsmnnte wilt/ IIIl'IIMIe I'MV-' }arty had oonttibuM MWn.il
King Guest SpeakerThe ". Area Conference on the history of inmate and 10 to child welfare pm M. The 1965 THUNDERBIRD!

a ,,",SIC festival Refreshments' orajanliatwn now bee MOOR
Several! members *f TUtiavilte -
first 111 meeting of Ktvrvww l' ( I-f- wIM be Mr\wl' \ niembor" nltt+tIMlly. Ten acnolarnhipi *..."M..V M.-a.tMm. H knyl Jmt. ill* Hid tmpm,
PTA will be held at '. Unit No I I. AmtriMA were III'ft'.reod Mil* past' I Hit .... ..t ..,wft, .h CMtMt tan M "'.' DMKtft
7.80: p.al. Monday, October 5th. Lion<< Auxiliary plan to attend tIC WorldVar I Vets scams sass nose. VM said per lot pawn M
bait only seven\ eyu.hflelThe
tit year 0 .."". Ant xk for
Central Area OMferrrmt ( win Inter II vie' drew n yam v-
fit the school cafctorium. )
a. To Meet next na Hnnlrl Lakeland on October 18th. Auxiliary Sm. e.ep.a w.ry Naas yam "It" pass snn.fIcatse

John King new Y.M.C.A. diW Number who how not pall(i TltuM ill* BHrracfc 14M. will be in rofttafMl. OPtof> inAttftwt 1 bane 8Tdsllt
'' *tr, will be guest speaker andthe 1PMr CURD DRUG STORU
their current duet have beajf World War I Veterans, wI1I renmr *. Jay RidMinlR of Foil -' !' "
Dr. Jay :'. .
rw principal asked to del fcy the 12h' N" ,
no meeting next Wednrvday<
will be L" Meters Bench wa weloonwd asa FREE! m 5 Ford Thunderblrd FREE!
Otwner, and teacher in they may be Included In the report October. 7. after a recess. of three gaunt at the mreMHi held onSeptember t

tl'odoKoecl. ti that day That date Is the( monthkA W tt t*. Legion Club NAM . . . . .
The annual carnival and a birthday of Mm E. A. Roberts, will be .
year- covered dish dinnnr in Fan Guise.The
,ly projects ve to be discussed. Department of Florida fy served promptly at I 1(10:( p m at white pH>hnt table. "
r president, and a surprise tlamembership tM Titunville AiwteM Legion rtarted lairt nitntn, provede CITY : : : : : : :: : :: : : . D
Members of the executive for ,
is plannedTh lwep
, board met October 1st to lay unit met m &opttfftbcir Club, lea Pepper commander of as prttfitaMe at th I last STATI . rH. -

plans for this first meeting Of 28th and made final plant **r the tMnracka Nil announced meeting, w Ali a large "lIrhot of wiauSS wave .S .n...",. OCT, M, slam -
Meetings of the barracks and MlNlrs donated by MM members
freer and committee chairman J the old fashioned box social
the auxilmi\. will be held afterthe .
were instructed\ in their duties on October 4th at the Legion attending .
and possible annual project; Club Mrs Doris Powell WIIcI'IIurm.n dinner Members The palm is planning' in JoinIng
..:...&-:.. -..'- are asked to bring! a dish of food U'l''I1t.' ..... and tile legion
were dmcusgod. The membt'r.hip of the event. and then own table.. uprvk-e lInllMII.t the fumihpicnic 0SWIITS[} ICE CREAM 01[}
chairman announced plant PLAN RUSH SEASON Theta Omicron Chapter of All unit member have boon Coffee mil lie furnished pout
Whkham Talk on
to send notes to parenti in an Beta Sigma Phi Sorority made plans for the "ruh sea invited to the family picnic givrn Mr Johanna/ Trunibtill i.1 i.ra'f'IIwt.ftt at The twit will be
October It.
a effort. to boot P.T.A. enroU1I10t. son" at their recent meeting in the home of Chris Mo by the Breard County Coun of( the auxihai-y' well) marked and all memlieinrgamsiatlona Famous Gold Cr"t Half
Neely. Discussing plans for their 1ft rushers are from d on October lIlt WtrKham of the County 4 gcGonon

It : Officer+ and committee Chairmen left Mrs. Dotty Mason, president Mrs. McNeely and Park In Eau 0.11.1.. There will --- Oou+Mil will l reev. diretlions I Asserted Flavors
ii,. for the 1964-65 year are: Mrs. Elnora Robinson vice-president and rush captain. be markers atone the route Bit quota of comfort articles the nnU in the mail
I 't,' Carlson Photo. will be easy to find. The Invitation will tend to the three V.A. lies'pdala
President H W HaMtelbrmg; This will, be t+ie last d...H> to .' couPONSTRIPE :w..U'D'ilTi
aim has to all Legion FKiiKts
"' Robert Liner gone in
"' Vice-President. Mrs. Dr. JayGruener Fort member In the county, Mrs. Webster' will elan) pun sign for the legion Extension I'
2nd Vice President.
'L ; Wives Plan Lutheran Women by ItIt Bmteed TOOTHPASTE
Chrysler Course sponsored"
and : and
Treasurer Mrs Virgil Forty Eight and Eight coh'Nt'.1Id Rend tM gifts Inr
I ; Halloween DanceThe Hear Dr. Metz Forty member and their families the Christmas Gift SnofM In the Owinty CnunvM. Thcouis I
Conkling Recording Secretary
; will. be offered at half Kliiq Sit*
I A short will be
meeting tare "hospitals In early Decem --J
Mrs Ned RustCommittee Chrysler Wives Club will The Trinity Lutheran ChurchWomen held. Thou attending are aok- her These gift ire contributed pikw If ten or mere 'take It the" TubtUtualty. 3 2c

Chairman namedare hold a Halloween Buffet Dance were pleased to have as ed to be there at 12.DO pm. by the units on the bam of nosh the council', Jack Bell rountil 4tc
: Membership Kay Shankln, this month on October 17th in guest speaker at their meeting rommanttrr, repoit, I I IIJrJOfttlt 1
lot memiber .lidm"t M wet rte % li
A of \interest I I. being one gift' pet snow avian 1 win .weld
Hospitality Muriel Schwartz; place of the monthly luncheon. Monday night Dr. Werner Melt
shown In the American. Legion he of.1 leant on dollar .IJ1A0. Lf111A11i1b1 ?\
a Program Evelyn Linger; Devotional Party committee member are Ph. D., Director of Guidance and {
Extension Course. offered to all value In order that tile giflsare .
Evelyn Linger; Publication Mrs Bretzuis and Mrs. Counseling for Brevard County .
i ON ifW' 'Tr-' 1e
member of the Legion or Auxtliary road lin Irma. they must lie-
Mary Garrod; Welfare SiProject Barbara Koby. The programand Public Schools. All those who sign up for mailed. 1 hy the units not Inter Mr. and M.... Herbert Bethel X
*, Betty Nethmg; Carnival decoration committee ia rKpHIS
Dr. Mete talked about the adjustments the course by October the llth. than N'ovemhm. 10. of Fw1 IVfi, former. THiMvllkiT
Joyce and Jack Horton; Zak-
composed of Mrs Lorram
I Publicity Ed Rice; Room Moth Mildred Boyle, of children and some will recelv it at half the usual The !next I .....hr meelifttf" of .\thofttt'itItl'd at the J. C a r
era, Eleanor Armbruster row ski. and Mrs. ofh ir natural behsvlor tendencies price If ten or more will .% the! unit will be an rvtolwr U Roger" horn! 810 If.\fi4tini Are, 1 m. ....-.... c
Estelle Womarskl ao that w* could recognize It Is a correspondent. court with. MrsNilm. Shtunn tl l>KIy. All I l is, ...$ LerM M 11 stemfil l lII
Joann DoresusAll these and not be alarmed.He and lesson art mailed dlreHly I\4Is1l'1II when. plans will Ix dtiiiiMed i1 aat aq It t N, ti It ItI .
Welcome Wagon Chrysler wives and husbands also answered questions about to the member for the annual llnlli. Mr. and. Mr.*. IVinnld Dahl n 111 I it ".t t wins' sums u>'''a w.4. tI."

Club To Meet Wed. are urged to make plant the school system, klnder'lirttnland Mr. L S Webster' has rn Neon pattyLMlictous turned, recently fiwn a trip to 'lJ.W.ivV. W I. .M
to attend this gala occasion and general and specific guns'lion appointed Rehabilitation chairman lame baked Oimanhm the New Yeah WiH4d' Pak alao!
A special called meeting of all join the fun. More details! will about children. by Mr. Arthur Qaudet. <' members of the Gateway Welcome be forthcoming In the next week t sod other pMnt, In \I'nr1 C'
I unit president, She will I'l'JIOI'I with, ihocolale 11'11111 was pencil at will be held This was' a very Informativeand 1\;
Wagon Club or so to the unit In October on the IM Mrs A J Datl New Yoik Bill \ \
I at 10 a.m. on Wednesday. Od.I The Wives Club ia hoping that enjo>abi evening with 21 --. -- -- .
7, in the Friendship Room oft more of the wives of Chryslermen women! participating\ Coffee I '

I the First Federal Savings and will join the group now that and dci.ert 2 gr j *.r\41 d<< by Mrs I I_ I .,........N....t// tenets Wi 9c -
Loan Association. th..children are back) in iibool. Mclroy Sjvcnon andMrs. Gen : ,.11',,.'.1 Nsapae Pell r .

A discussion will be held concerning They hv a good time plus try Greene! : e [j]
I it t I bbl .aloe M>' n4 /
the appropriation of good food and Interesting speakers Following the program and 13 .: ; .I "wJ
funds toward scholarship for a from time to time
a bible study, which wss' conducted '
deserving college student from by Mrs. John Lundy, electionof I )fa Home )faJ1. nnrtfrvran courON
Titusville. Lockheed Wives Club officers was held and the fob Di.

Plans for the Installation will of Luncheon Oct. 8 lowing were elected or r'ell'eled'I R I D-X :"IWItm1fhl
the new officers, which for 1 11I6S: I DemonstrationFabulous U [ ,
take place at our October lunch The Rockledge Country Clubis President Mrs. Harold NessVice : .
g Web II bap ..,.Ie IMbL
will also be discussed Mrs.
eon the place and Thursdsy Oct. President Mrs. GeorgeSmith MmM ah. ....111. .... 8 7
Joseph Draper Kennedy will be 8, the date for the Lockheed ; Secretary Mrs Keith ) -.1.II. ..M lilt rats..
In charge of the installation Valentine Treasurer. Mr. ,i Color TV
Wives Club luncheon. ; )
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Pen Caaullo have planned a Stewardship Mra Arthur Johnson I

Registered NursesTo mint Intel estmg program for the ; Secretary' of Education, _,, SM 1965 iAf| COUPON I H'niBS'lfl' KW
enjoyment of the members The Miss Hilda Tejan$ ; Secretary of )
Meet TuesdayNorth topic will be "Charm in a Cap Church Services, Mia. Melvln dIt '" a' (

Brevard RiginteredNuists sule" and will be presented by Bitter These officer will be Instilled 1 Finest t SHOELACES

Organization and FNA Caroline Clark of the Patricia at the December meeting '

District 39 will meet Tucsdsy.Ott Stevens Charm School and will take office In January ; a.1 )( I /mill.Mae.es ,2eM a .ANe/ pdt/p law l

6, at 7:15: p.m. at the The meeting will start at 10 COLOR TV I MM t* Ifit M.bs OIle
Friendship Room of First Fcdirul a m with' party bridge and canasta I ache,
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Savings and Loan social hour from 12
Mss Curtis Whciry will spank 12.30 with lunch at 12.30.

on Paramedics and Scholarship All Lockheed wives and theiiguests RCNTAt APAITMENTi d Ot. ,I -: NO OBLIGATION S yreranavrn cour ONI Th1 rTfl'iTf
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J 1 rgew Toe Trips Terriers

I bait Shotwell tot i fWd yard ihdfc Me- drives Itt! wad out with an Infected
+ fcareiy fitidgtrtg tuft! over theIH8
I .Cocoa High Tigers completely tiger to set the hall up bn the 2T hilt AtaJl.Jlnd. -g.- I S.I' dVHat Monday October 5. l00.cI Knight went Hick to paJi, got a ankle
ft dominated the play after\! the fit-it Terrier 45 their offonie / big fUll from Doh Toile and And the! Terriers, already crippled
1 Barter nbr! Frfday night did\ ttft i JraksbucUW, I M t tackle, that was their last chattel asIHey c I And'that ws* ill the borlnj" threw the ball away, the Terrier with halfbacks Ward and
took back home a birot.foultht7.d fiavld,( Ward scooted right put totilrtri get( rolling again The Terriers never git pact iking( oVer, Bam injured and hurting, lost
The Tigers, who Hadht won Midfield In the /second half, but
victory over the Terriers, 1n last!; gear's Terhcf fullback1. Cent J. predicted passing duel be. the services of sub) halfback
twd games' lit a row since they hid tb t turn In a good deferisM
th* racU for the Brevard County Mofvlh, hBw playing\ 1lheLekerfoP tweed Cocoi's McKnight and TI. harry Gouge on the first play of
tneir\ score In the fourth
early series
for early
1960 drove
chilrii l n8hlp, CpWjg, fitted I cbliple! : of TI. 1 t tuivllle'l t \ Muggins didn't mater (the game
In the sechnd erltJd. They used period to hold the Tigers awayfrodi standouts for the
The opening moments were all gersat then picked up I vital block allze McKnlght passed only Defensive
the terriers' Uh#, swept jftfyahh : slid i ratted over for a I t tolicft'lowii: It play l and consumed nearly their goal line {twice, on*. being Intercepted Cocoa Tigers were tlelUn who
for t game-opening touchdown HugKlns extra pblht kick attempt nine! minutes of the 12 minute Starting midway in the third ItuiglRs?; pissed seven times dud led the tackle chart and the Tiger
and then had a break a fewminhtta wad jtlst wide-In fact 'sbc.l9se oulrtcf, In the lHve, which was quarter, the visitors put on another completed only one for sevenyards. 'a first Negro player, Charles

\ later, that, could .have_ : that the rbfereU! delayedhis climaxed by a fine\ Terrier goal. drive. Using off-tackle Wilson, who was a game cociptam -
mttfe the game a rout; signal for a nUmbe of secotwlii hide stand. slants, they moved for four first Ward's 55.yard burst was the and is an outstanding
1 Shotwell, McKnight, Powers downs to the! Titusville IS High linebacker
But the Tigers came roirin'lJback : add Workman carried! the ball to light of the march was Shotwell only Terrier offensive highlight the Terrier tackle
Four, pled later the Tenters of the game.Absence !. Topping
and used ball control fc got a break They held trig Tigers the\(! Terrier seven yard line, 32 yard burst, of the! Terrier's1 "big chart were Gary Mart Don Stan-

dominate the Terriers.Taking after the kick".off ilnd'.i where! they had a first dowii tnad f It up" ort the next! play inj and scored, barely nudging the With a first down at the Ter-- bear", ElO.pound ill.Bounty iac sell, Tommy Edwards, Mike Ste-

the opening ttlcKbff! i bad piss from center resulted McKnight got to the Titusville It wJi folikh down ahl( goai/ i'tO' ) goal\ line with the ball. He added Her 15, Powers picked'' up four, ale Charlie Griffin, was felt, particularly beck, Bill Hardin, Larry Zimmerman .
the Terriers Used POOP Mays aHJ 8H BUrln\ down with till 'Te r. on* bn first down, but Kurpa(! was McKnight gained ore but tlie during those Cocoa and George Eichertovercome .
a '1!.yard penalty against the rlers taking over at the! wh for i ydrd loss McKnight go McKnlghl used the dame! play the point oh the same play1, again terrier line rose up to smack

il i First PlaceIn
Cocoa Takes Over

ocol'r Brevard's "Big Six"" Race

j i tiI Cocoa's Tigers took complete for the first place hid I

I r control: of the county "Big Six" Friday night, they edged Titus-
race this week by downing l Titus. yule T.n to lake the big six Icdd

ville M their second straight: Cocoa, Using mostly off tackle
intra.county victory with no loti slant plays with their backfield,
rf es powered: through Titusville's once
Satellite Beach moved from strong lefennivc unit almost at
I third place into second, after will The Timers were gaining
{their ,first county win over Cocoa four and five yard per carry. Tltilsvlllo -
f Li 1I Beach, and Titusville, moved into scored In the first quart ,,
( third place with one county el wheel David Ward scampered I
a victory and one loss through left tackle, rut for the '

Melbourne! has not played an sidelines and ran 55 yards for a

r t intra-county tilt, gaming fourth tou hdnwn. However, Titusvillenever
place on the polls, and Eau Gal. got Inside Cocoa's 20 the
lie with one loss takes fifth, remainder of the game:
while Cocoa Beach brings up the Cocoa scored on a 64 yard
rear with two losses and no wins. touchdown drive In the second
th county action this week, Eau period, converted their extra

k n J 'tb y ,, bailie: \ was defeated Thursday point, which lated proved to be
fi night by a todgh l\alnlan1team! the decisive one. Quarterback
1S6 hick Gillespie picked up a Billy McKnight and halfback

'Y er raft twY ybFt.' t BIt: BLtE TIGHTENS' Thfe Terriers, the ball carrier, wai stopped after he had Mainland fumble and raced 49 Rick Shotwell, ran the slant
Y still with their backs!! tb the wall with gained only ohe yard, placing Cocoa on j jards in the first quarter for Eau tackle shots and literally ram
Cocoa on third down'and tf'o yards for the one .yard line Underneath the pack GIIII1 '. only score. med through Titusville'l defensive
w TERRIERS DIG-IN With Coqoa in possession Hers stopping C coa's McNight after he a touchHown*, jirl pictured M they make i is Titusville's flori Slansell and Don Toney, Friday nights lltwsvllle and wall.
i of the ball near the end Of the picked up 'six yards to, the Titinvill! I, another attempt tb stop ,the and shdwn gelling ready to be among the Cocoa game, might: have decidedthe The Terriers held Cocoa Inside
first half, with first down, goat to go from lakidg the tackle No 12?George Eich- scoring. On this particular play, like the pile-up Is No. 22 Howard Bam and No. 10, county championship for 1964. the four yard line on three
I tin seven yard line, the ;jerrier defense ert: No.114, Bill Hardin and., No, 60, Don first two. the Terrors held? McKnight, Gary:- Hart -S-A Photo Cocoa now, has only Melbourne straight+ plays, but McKnight, Instead

had to dig in Shown above l in the.scram- Stanselll- -S-A Photo -- ... I I Cocoa Beach and Satellite to of taking the route throughthe
ble for yardage are three Titusville Ter- middle faked a handoff! up

'. -dol I the center then cut around the
Q )left side for the score on a fourth
fi down goal to go situation.

a Tough little Satellite Reach! ,
still\ banging away In hopes ofa

county championship, stomped
r green Cocoa Beach, 397, and
4 moved into second place The

,I ,r{ Scorpions, relying again on the
running powers of Ken Butcher-
son, who scored three touch
downs, one a 26 yarder outplayed .
Cocoa Beach, two to one, Sat-
t ellite scored 13: points in the first
... quarter 13 more in the second
4 Ic
period, was held scoreless lit the
I '. third quarter, then added, 13
):.. ; points In the fourth.

': : 4' Satellite Beach, figured as the
i":.: ": ;: .t darkhorse in Brcvard, takes!! an
last place Eau Gallic next week

.,' .y; : :'t: j ".. i ....., .1' 1;+,'.'4..J_.,..., ',"J, lttuli'_ ., "b .';: '' t' Melbourne to Bulldogs, picked by10mI'
"" '" ...,.. repeat county,
- -- championship of last year, wera)
TERRIERS FAKED OUT-With the Scoreboard clocft ifl go McKnight scored the tying touchdown and later the defeated by Orlando Boone, 21 ]<
the background{ relating parts of the story, Coco 's Mc- winning extra point. The Terriers had expected Cocoa to A strong Boone defense held MrR
Knight is shown cutting around' end, while the remainderof run off tackle, however, McKnight faked to the center of bourne to only five first downsfand
the Terrier line, looks' on In matPnu ht. Fot tftree\ the line I\ then ran around left end Shown No 12, Bill 20 yards running allowing
plays the Terriers held Cdltya insltift the fiVe yard l IfP Hardlh, No 60, Don Stansel'and' Cocoa 31, RlekShot- only 42 yards pasting! A pass irtlj
without scoring( Then, on fourth dovVn aid one yard toa well.-S-A Photo torcrptlon set up a fourth quarC
ter scored for Boone, howeverj

TERRIERS STILL DIGGING Cocoa setting docoa back to the two yard line yard, McKnight ,gamed a yard then five (for a first down at the The Yardstick FOOTBALL STANDINGS the touchdowns Braves had already tallied t two
and, on fourth down McKulght C31. Shotell broke lob# for 32 County "Big Sm Rau"Taw' in the opening quarter. .
the tackle is Titusville a No. 14,
touch- Making
for .
with second 1 yard to a .
down ,
12. barely made it in the end lime yards and a first down at the vain 'n.Flr.t w.. 1..4 rk ,
I. Bill Hardin and No George Eichert,
down, Cocoa s Kurpa not identified In thepiclmc Downs Ruihln a Si Cocoa t e "aeaalllt.
host of others -S-A Photo for a score He ran for the extra T37 Kurpa gamed twd, Shotwell Ftm I>m.. 1'."' .. II aTWsi aeera a. aTRuwW. Falcons of Florida Air Academy
the bottom plus a .
and somewhere near point Titusville (. Cocoa THuggins all and Kurpa' two for I first Tm.l 1 Fool now Peaty.. i j! : 1 1 : dropped a craning II0 lilC
of (the pile I is shown taking a one yard turned the kickoff down st the T2T McKnight gamed I'I.y. from MrrminY ... 21 au i a.at. S I 0 to Ocoee there Friday nlchtjf
rti u ln McrlmmY lop
19 yards to the T34 Long gained three and Shotwell nine for .rm Lot *crlitimC ,,.. IT 1 alP a I' s Florida Air after finishing last
six. Flrhert picked up two, Hjg another first down at the T1S as Puss Not Todi AttomplH_I"''''... II 2 a All Camts year with an Impressive II reel
gins lost four and Hungms' punt the quarter ended Titusvlll 8, Pow .mrtoUdartKi 1 Iy. Turn ".. ..... fl. ord:!. now has two losses The Fit
I i Playa Ow .'...,,. r 41 "" .1111. B..ch
Play By went off the side of his foot and Cocoa T Tol.ae.T.rea tlffeu* pa ma < .- a 1 e cons never got In scoring bs4
Hit of bounds only 11 yarcll' to hurl QuarterPowera PIMM l tw< ndT A a TH...II1.. 1 1 1 taste However. five fumble accounted -'
n RB III Pu"u !II........... 1 : epsu
the T4T gained four McKnight Puauyard. IP U.ak. I ICana ,, for a lot of Florida Air"#
r Powers gained one and Shotwell one, Shntwell lost two and Me .n.RB Pont. R itKfkrr. ,...r' 'I' mistake >.
: Quarter ftlrl attempt\ was Just wide. Ihlo the air with Hart Intercept six as the half ended, Titusvillea. Knight a pass waa broken I up, the t I --- ____
a Jim Berry kickoff wAs returned IteUtf returned Huggins' kickoff. trig at the TMEiichert Cocoa T. Terriers taking over at the T12. Taros Y.re. h..I.K. O..Relurs... a.a W':
J by Tltusvillc'a hurry ( :& yards to the CM Kurpa was held for no gain, Third Quarter Ward gained three and Long
Gouge from the ts to the T20. picked Up three. Powers lost Ward gamed four f Muggins' pass Keller returned lIul\li\ ll' kickoff nine for a first down at the T24 INDIVIDUAL
: Gouge waa Injured ort the play, tHree. and Shotwcll gained a was Incomplete lluiigms punted 23 yards t tit the C3I Kurpa Long gained one Ward Ml (two, Tltuwill

:taken to the hospital, where It yard td Shotwell\ as the C35 and he gamed, three' Potrt three and Huggins passed to Edvvffdl.. for %_ THu 11.,. !.... .... asp. R@6FTRUSSES
.waa determined he had a broken On fourth down, Kurpa went returned it a 'ud. T.tusvllle: 6, Kurpa 11 for i first down af the aeven Ilugglns' punt went out of w 50e 6 T 17 a* i I 7r.III' looLa. l2aka.
:shoulder bark to kick. The snap from center Cocoa 0, T49 Shotwell! gained nine, Me- bounds at the C7SKufp .. t t a I"
Muggins lost three, then gained rolled to him and he couldn't Second OuarMr Knight: cud four Shotwell allied picked up lit, "'>*cr Ram .. (1'U 14 e u I'1r.Haul. 'a
!:12 and Ward picked up two for get the kick away. being downedfor Slia1 'ell picked up wren and four, Vda was pensnted flvj ask and Shotwell seven loT I first
.a first down at the T31 Ward a 13-yard loss at the C2T McknlgHt 13 for a first dodo at yards for delay of the (imt and down at the C43 Kurpa gained ,. Coca
:gained two but Titusville lost it Taking over there the Terrlera the T44 Shotwell gained five. Kurpa punted to *are at the TS four. Powers four and Shot well ........n Trtr.11 CI.lax! 6wN 4 v' h.wancastp.t
:and five yards on a backfield in also failed to gain Long got two Powfri three and McKnight II; and he ran it back to the Til I I two and another first dtiwrf at woram.V" 1u! to.! e" 4 a: 4 47" Aa sa el Ilodbn/ ..... ttteetfg

I motion penalty. and( then lost two Ilugglns gamed fo) I first down at the T30 Shot. Ward gained three, Cocoa waa the T47i Kn"...... 1 IA I t NPoww. .! largest .Reef Treat PrefakrlcatUf Systes
J Huggins' pass was In. Implete. two and then lost seven, the well gnhed seven' and Workmanthief penallied is yards fW persbhai kurpa gained two I'b""n got i "? :1 : '
.Cocoa was penallied 15 yards, ball going over to Cocoa at the foP a first down at the foul giving Tltvlsvllfo\ a first down ftv' but CoNfl teat It and ts ------ -- PANNING [LUMBER CO.
: Titusville a first down at C31 TK>. at them. yards for illegal' sine of Hands lO, 1. .. ""' .
the giving T45 Kurpa picked up four and then Workman picked up fiu. 9n twcJ La.g got t two Bam one Ward Powers was held for no gain twiN TOWrRSIUTAlAPurlfU1' HTW: U. S. SOUTH INDIAN RIVER OTT
: loft tackle, six for a first down at the CU. ( tout two, Towers Kainfd tiv* fi\1 soft| Hufgrns P\ItItfctJ Shot- I ShotwtU gained six. KufpS punt. PHONE MT-IMS
: \tard broke over of MrKnight gained nine. McKnight and McKniJht picked dp.fffe for well_at the W and he rsa It back tt M Ward si the TIC shut! he
p faked several players out pos middle and Titus. a firM down It the Tl, McKnight to 1 tM nrKurpi ran it back 11 yards COCOA ICACN .
lltion touchdown and ,raced Hugglna'55 yards extra for point a passed Yllfc'a EI up bert the tipped the ball InUd IB to thi Tl Kurpi l loa'[ gained livt, this tuur CMtlMlM en clap:1 ,.. (."H',.......

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-Parkway--- ----- -- J.H. Pirates-- Win Gibson Finally Scores,

But Lose To Stone, 37-6- .

Three Season Openers I .'
Mono Kith of Melbourne. do 1 paR net up another counter coined around thele offenalv
fending county eoloicxl hliihl The, IMue devils only More unit Several Aimblee, along with

sehuol. 1e'I"AIL: ch mpiun., tookadvantage ram In trie\ first quarter sit a 85, the Inirreepted passes neent t ,
Parkwoy'i Junior High Pirates, ut numerous. Gibson. yard paw ploy) to junior loft end halt the Blue Devil's "Go" team,

kicked off the 64 football campaign ) r offensive/ mistakes. anti defeated Randy Scott The toiuhilnwn' was" nearly. every fame a drive I In
this weekend, with all the Blue ))1'1'1111311-0 in MelbourneJMlurdity Gilwon brut since the season slatted, i

'three grades opening with vie evening hnfta" three weeks* ago. They Playing their usually .good defensive

tories Uibnon held Mono la a 13 tlhalllime have suffered three lo sa, to game were Max Slro
The Seventh and Eighth Grad Elghlh Grades' Defense & Ball Defending Champs Off To Roaring wore, however two in Stuart Monroe of Coeaa and man Charlie! Lowe and Johnny]'

era traveled In Cocoa Beach Junior trrcepled pmtora In the !hung Stone George!! Slrnman led the de i

High, while the Freshmen quarter went directly: hir, touchdowns \ For the thin) consecutive week, fvnsive team on the tackle shad

Junior team played High of visiting Eau Gatlie Southwest on Hogging Smothers Cocoa BeachBy Start, Tromp Southwest JH, 16-6 ami another in'iTu-pled(\ moil of (iih-nn' problems,' re,

Draa Field.Ball's, Den HtmkeParkway's Langley and Ken Smith; tacklej I Parkway's offensive unit, rackIn ''the', play Florida Hiqh School Football r

Eighth Graders Carl Bandy and Chip Everhart; ? up a total! of ItO, yard total I Another pass from Edward Ic
combined a stone.wall defense guards Byron Kory and Ken Evans was broken up With 131( I
In the first bait
offensive net
and a ball control offense to Bingham; center Tommy SmirIch remaining In the thin), Edward' Miami High Still Ranking First
smother Cocoa Beach 280 Satur quarterback Jimmy Hart; '' plus 13 points. mixed a good passing 'lilt ScraAgs again with anolhri

TD Wins day morning at Satellite After halfbacks Jerry Parker and Mike attack with running shuts for.. pass coins to the" SW 19. Straw

kicking off and forcing Cocoa Coffy; fullback David Poll the :26 0 victory! picked up 2 off tackle, and *n. MIAMI (AP). For the first pupnnr,, Jacksonville Parker ahan 24, Hlalenh. Palmetto, Ml-

For Parkway JH Beach to punt Parkway scored Suba for the "A" unit were halfbacks On the first play from scrim ,rather" personal" foul against Parkway time! irince till Miami heraldsprep and J4M.k omUln .Uikson 20 ami Edicts. Fort Lauderdale
Stevens, Mare\ Keith I placed the Pirates! on the each. High and Norland 20 each.
the first time at they went from Barry mage Parkway' kraal football pull was Inaugurated
the Cocoa Beach 43 to pay dirt Hawk Allen Rohcrson. and Dennis ran around right end 4tt yard SW 35. four art f DIP Male's first 2 -AA: Winter t t Haven 24, I I-A: Starke 24. Milton
Seventh GradeBy in eight plays climaxed by David Green, tackle Jimmy Smith; to the Southwest U 10 wt up Edwards took to the air again the teams will" \ meet each other Tampa noblnson !SI. Petersburg Palaika 20 each Chlpley, Uve

Poff's plunge from the one yard. guard Karl Johnson; and center Parkway's first score Parkway hitting lyle on the 10 yard line,, during one week' of the rrgul.trBvamm : llnllins, !St lI'tersburglllKh and Oak\ and Perry 18 eaih.
Don HcmkeMike stripe .Bobby'Graham. wan penalised 9 yanle MII.- Edwards ran right end for the Tampa HiUslxiraiRh: 20 emh. 2-A: Turkey Creek and Wau-
Ball galloped 45 yards I field In motion but Peter Evans final 10 yards and, the score At Fourth ranked rural Gable 3-AV.; Orlando Boone and chub 24 each Venice 29, Arcadia
around right end with 0:25: to Parkway then proceeded tit Seting'action for the "B" unit managed to slice oft Uekke. gained the end of the" third quarter, plays I fifth I I ranked Illnlonh Palm Beach High. JOeiuh: !Sanford II I find VUnmuma East Bay

play in the first quarter to score kick off and recovered a Cocoa ,were'enda Leo Davis and Doug T yard Fullhatk Tom Hawk Parkway led. 1910 Thursday and top( ranked Minml 23, Orlando Fdgewatrr. 24 1 It

the only touchdown of a tight defensive Beach fumble on the' Cocoa McMasters, tackles Duncan McBride picked up 2, Phil Edward ran Parkway's final tally came HlKh play: third.ranked Jack. and Orlando' Colonial. 3-A: teesburg unit Winter
game between Parkwayand Beach 35. Three plays later Jerry and Tony Melihum; kft end for 7. Ha.k gained I with less titan two mlnutt re sum'lite u-0 Saturday night 4-A,\,rorat Gable: Miami r.ardrn 30 each, Lnke Wales anil-

Cocoa Beach with Parkway Parker scored from five guards Ricky Johnson and Jerry more yard, then phmgeif UrDU mining In the game MlHinl High victor over Fort High and !Smith\ Pnrti 3t( ; Stran- Wlldwlul2hal'h. l lade City l%. _
winning TO Parkway took atl- ys ds out. Champion; renter Chris Hewitt; from the one yard line for Park Clover recovered a SW tuinldn Latidi-rdnte 14s laid week received W
McClure hal(- on the 43 yard, lists mii'la tin reruns Kt! poinlit trill, the board :
valage of a Cocoa Beach fumble In (he" third quarter after receiving quarterback Billy : way's first "m-mr Eft nil ran the Cities Flag Foolball Underway
ami wtllera Ut
of 1'lIacbt nporl
which they recovered on the 48 kickoff of backs Ronnie HugglnH and Tom extra point attempt, with S 23 around end, and MM Hemnle ,
the opening
to set-up the acore Two plays my Staten, and fullback llowellClaubaugh. left In the first. quarterParkway's Newton carried since all tow loud the |X'II. Tampa IMIiwon/ : I
went all I IThe
the quarter Parkway IM'l11OIIUh I IB* over '
later Ball made his spectacularend Substitutes for tliu way la the 20 yard line", 'then Joe moved inii Sinters Down Pups In Opener \
the Cocoa Beach with
weep Bruce Herman railoVl'r the" way to "It' team were halfbacks Kenny defense", possibly Kyle, picked up in l Hover added idle J.Rkwuwllk' ) Ux ,
three where they fumbled and of the toughest In the" county, 137 1 .
end one S three plays Inter (lover
Sanders Bill ,
Ralliff mil ; torthe
for the conversion as he ( line and galloped M Yards "
Cocoa Beach recovered, but on Randy Bobshaw center Jlllnni.Sanders held I !SW to only four yards!! the ran through right; tackle fur HIP Others and their points are: SI r.1t'Ut cluwnnd the torrier )
made the 70 ; balll.m.r. .
score of
tho very next play Parkway recovered Hill and first time they got the ball forcing score Coral G+tbles IM, lllalooh 111. Pups, I 136 In an rxtilMtion. ( tint score
Playing an outstanding game a Cocoa Beach fumble ; guard Tommy : a punting& situation I'onwKula Itl6'IIIIl'r' Haven flag "fiMilball gums Saturday A pass from Sill II" quarter'

for the Parkway Pirates were: and, two plays later Jerry Parker tackle Mark HogueScore &'orp by Qiiartvra:: C7, TalluhiiNhoq! I..end 59, Orlundo morning, ,, at Tilusvllle; flight: back Tim Kelley was completely
Mike Harrison and Sid Jointer, crossed the goal line standing up by Quarters: Parkway took control again, on Parkway 13 0 7-2(1 I'dRf-water: ; U and floar- Sdl-Hll. John DuUanlo, who ran 23 yard:
the SO yard line and sent Evana Southwest 0000-8 Slailri'l' en-
who defensive standouts for me final score.
were Ml
14 0 7 1.28, Wafer
Bob Kyle who played a fine In the final quarter Parkway Parkway scampering, around rigtit end fur' ".,k... hiss. I ..... run tho Both t teams, managed hv Tllunvllln Ira Mnl attempt waa g<* Cocoa Beach 0000- 0 ant, rates p"tlll Time seated (tin In order, are;: Illch athletes. are In. th.dUrN' .
. game at fullback. Don Rogers look advantage of a poor CocoaBeach three yardo on a duuble reverse. Park's." Hot".r , them punt that went out of Parkway Td Pot I piling. cn.r.- Edwards gained one yard, and .ira paint e.nndauuthw4t Flag Foolnnlt It-ague, Allan Taylor relurnedi the Sbu.alera .
and Jim Morecraft proved Kurt t I,aiiderdnloIllHh
ae M 8a yard run.Nosh : Bepartment
selves as capable field generals bounds on the Cocoa 32. Four .e IIRIr.kwu' Til Parker I run Pirk- on a third and five yard to> go gaols'; e.emPaekwa y' and "Palm Hrnth (tie), For ,Itonsoreil" by the Recreation kickoff no yanht fag ,thj,! ;.
Playing on the Pirates' "A" playa later Howcll Claubaugh P.rlw.'y"- Pnrh.r run III.." situation, Quarterback ftiiward run Mows- la'Iw.od. oases in Semi yard its est HMI, Mlnml Palmetto, Luke! T rrlee Pups only score ::
unit were Bob Kyle, fullback; scored from the eight yard stripe ruedPerh passed complete lo FVsns on the Parkwsv I''',..", t y.f<1 run. KilnCulm Wales" nnd Mlninl KdtNon; IMShmg In (tho) opening game,, Inn Ter FORM
Mike Ball, left halfback; Bruce with three seconds: lift, In the \1t".I.my Tel run rlnb."sb' a sue SW 28 for a 10 yard gain, settingup IkilnlT.r.UtlrH ami Yen Heath (He). rice Pup blocked' a kirk early In LIAOUI TO :4--:
game. Scoring conversions for Parkway's second tctichdiiwnAnother Nana .RM4IIS the (first njiiartrr. reinrtrnit en An organliatlon meetlnf''
l ewlera.
Herman halfback Jim lU-ukinul' ::
; :
Yardnllrk 1* Total' "I' rtuwnn "i iI
MioretYiift: cfuarter'ijiuk; Mark the Fighting Pirates from PJII fails Flosses. complete to half fmnMv IAI( t tate I-AA' PenMacolu high and the }12 yard, line, but was unablutn form s mesa Friday night "linG j
Mark Hawk Ronnie Hun Ut Firm Down. 1RuKhlnif pass Tm.i orMM* nn\ t, NfIt'e.TIflI leaf UMguti! win he hell' Frl"laf.jio ,
Hoffman, right end, M. Lyle were tee Yd 41 back. !kraals picked up. an 18 ItO Yord.lrnatlael' III Tallahassee I Leon, 111: point i7lanc
J. Boatwright right gins and Jerry Parker, who hada I Pa..lna Yd. e tine a ._. AllomplMl n. ,nt'h( ; Jacksonville Pawn, 20, Slf l I.,,' II.rill tJ.I' n"l.Intl'rcrlll'tI t. >. at 130 am al
right tackle; to the to yard ,
U "pn.II..eI yard gain ''.,.." l'OlUpI.lu Uu 12 yard .. .. ;
guard; Sid Jointer, center; Steve pair of extra points : Paao.. u 'm'.II' l.q then Edward ran a quarterback _!_ __ _!..o:" lnnMra5a I JmltHtmville Leo Jackwmvilltt a pass on .., -=
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Playing on PJH's Eighth: 1 ct Puna .I eI n__ __ -
Maxwell left guard; Eddie Cordon Pumhka Lnote keeper around right end for the
left tackle; and J. Martow, Grade "A" unit were ends Terry Para.. Ins sir I final fl yards Extra point attempt

left end. Subs for the seventh no good and Parkway""
grade "A" unit were:: halfbacks I 130 '----..

Brad Churchwell and J. Price; Final Baseball Standings Playing control ball most I"d'l T
ends Jerry Giadella and D. Malt EVEN
the! Jut halt, Parkway len; guard T. Tindall; and guard By THE AJSOCUTID PRESS off to Southwest with the. Eau Qr
and tackle T. Sparks.
Gallic team marching. 31 yards MILLIONAIRES
Playing for the Parkway Seventh -
American LeagueW. National LeagueW.
for their only score.
Grade "B" unit were L. Pet. aft. ''
guards Jeff Harris and Tommy New York ... 99 63 Ml L. Pet. O.& After moving to the SW39 yard COULDN'T GET
Strenth; tackle J. Naylor, end Chicago ..... 98 64 (05 i St Louis .... 93 69 574 line Ken !May' ran round! right Q

M. Harrison; center G Wingo; Baltimore ... 97 65 ,599 Z Ctnclmtalt ... 92 70 .MMPltUS'pMa 1 end simply ran over !tw defenders !' THEIR CARS CHECKED C { r
quarterback C. Arthur; and halfback Detroit ..... 85 77 525 14 ... 92 70 .WH I and outran two mere for ,
San Fratt. .. IO! ) 72 .5fa 3
S. Martin The utartint Us Angeles 82 !SO) "M 17 the touchdown Extra viM attempt I )
Pirate Seventh Grade "B" unit Cleveland 79 83 588 20 Milwaukee. 88 74 543 1 failed. ANY BETTER THAN cti
to HO 82 ,i')4) 13 )
was K iilchrist, fullback; JLawyer MlnnesiiU ... 79 H.1 4K8 20 Ca
Pittsburgh! .. 80 82 ,494 1) Two hark to bark personal Q t
Bomon ....... 72 W 444. V "
left halfback; S Martin
Washington .. 62 100 .38) 37 Chicago ..... 76 Ml! .469 17 foul "penalties placed' Parkway YOU CAN AT THE ,
right halfback; Don Rogers ... 66 M ,4 7 27 '
Houston ..
Kansas City 57 105 352 42 deep In their own territory '''a.
quarterback; R Barnes, right Saturday's Results New York ..53 109 327 40 Ing a punting situation followingthe

end; J. Donn, right tackle, B New York 8, Cleveland 3 Results kickoff/ Hawk booted" Ian ball ,, t l as

Fisccl, right guard; M. McDan Chicago 7, Kansas City 0 Saturday's to the SW30 yard line, but a big fo" "
David Whitehurst f :r $ *
lei, center; Baltimore 7, Detroit (, 10 innings New York 15, St Loulf S r !bounce carried: it all the! way to ,
left guard; D. Day, left tackle;
Chicago 10, San Francisco 7 the ninety yard line where It wan
and L. Westeen, left end. Boston 7, Washington 0 Milwaukee II, Pittsburgh :3UM I downed. The defensive unit M
Score by Quarters: Minnesota 5, Uis Angeles" 3 Angeles 7. Houston 0 by hard charging Evans who

Parkway Jr Hi 7000 -7 Sunday's Result Only game. scheduled made 9 tackles on his own pushed j
Cocoa Bch Jr IIi. 00000K.hln Cleveland 2, New York 1, 11
SUflda ', Result Southwest back to their awn
aallSS Innings Chi ird and 13, Ken
( S yard line
FI.t dw. d Boston 14, Washington R St Louis 11, New York SPhiladelphia fREE SERVICE CliNIC
I.n:! Pnrrn" t 11IQ (hlcatfo 8, Kansas City 0 10, Cincinnati! 0 May, hit off tackle, rut hark lo ,
.",._ Yd'. the Udclmeii and ran IS yards for K
1401 TilKumbl. dr lace Angeles 3, Mmncjita I 0), ( Chicago 9, Sun Francisco 2
I .," L -IHoc Innings rain Milwaukee, 6, Pittsburgh 0 the longest touchdown run of the '!

.'. P..". -lot' .mst llv) p.f fI. Only games scheduled: Rim Angeles 11, Houston II evening! however, an ofMdee
40 Y... ,...".." iJ penalty nullified the run and SW
was pt'Dilliatd half the distance

lo the goal where/ they were. Y .' t d t' f L'ltl,: "' I tu" f it, alt tEllh'" k ', 1'' ,

I forced to kick ,. f l.c j ,.r" W" '111'1'1'' '\\Jt""' I''I'n" >Jut'lr.' r /" _\ ''ct .. ..vr'j .:
Parkway moved to the SW 12
% card line with J.n left in (the 'ht., 1 I I i /.r J'' 'ry"\ the arrr'hf: fr'gttluIUV, frI th4ttlt.t. "IP Wr MUnf /01'.1 t'oJ ".:

1 ( third period however, more personal ..111<1'* q<.ts' hJY oJ' 9.N _,'ehtie jll\ .'.in Iltrlf""IIIII'' her.n.uY1dul. ti,. Wlfft tact, ..hoeggg41btlleee. ,, '
T 'foul penalties placed' the
Pirate near the midfield stripe.. Ere terglce: 4ISfl..rt. "ello\ rah tan 'II\tN
t3n!'IIIn, a loucMowsi drive
ofA The Pirates' Orange unit managed Do vour>..lf 'rod y".j s ,.1r a 'IMI' end tale. :t
to score another toutuJoon"". N., J" tr..., It JIJ'J' as .,6,, ,c.u'Ia-t I'.vretpielq r, ptft'ti, yor,r lN' f.'i/NJt'tun"'.
before the third (period en1-dt .

:ana nearly breaking Into the

pen returned a SW punt, 38 Remember these dates .
yards to the P43 before the last WC USI fAMOUS

man shoved him out of rxititxU. S"
A personal foul penalty against WED & THURS., OCT. 7 & 0 (UCTftONIC11STING '

IW placed Parkway"" on the SW
S TO I P. M.
Edwards fired to '
30. then a pat '

1a Keith Scraggs going 30 yard, Call Now for an appointment IQUIPMIMT' 3,

but. Parkway was penaHied liltBeurd's eoaastespaatua.lg' ,

i'i'' < Top ., t .. ,. ci", ,
CI' euns. i< tPHONE a' : yt4/h/ .a sa/el.nlee, J .

Scorershlutrhernon AM 7..150Mond. j

SeleHMf, :38, 1

+ 4e } Wart, THmlh/ M; wre...,
s If ,' eA Florida' Air, U; HOKUM. Mrl

bourne 12; Fe.t.f., Sat.11II., I. j|

Cewart EM CalU.7. McKarftM i, 1 HO K I r r' rCornuorlnpt
flares, 1. Ed..rdI.nt.Hk., ,, /
WARD SCORES- Tttuville'i only touch- In+rnpend M yards for the score. Ward I I; Leog. TMuevId, Ii i f\IIGtw.I\ ". *T '' := -

duwn .3 :ihou-n in the making: a* senior. ut before stepping across the goal rune :neo I; lurpa.) ('breI': Cage T'+w [ Appliance*

I halfback: : David Ward Ut off left tackle. aan4: full speed stopped ran tn between say, K.. <<:allW.1. Taegts*. ttt tportma 0 o4LawnA6anl

He j -h"wn i<" outrunning one' man. and three final tackier and stored> Mending horse* S 4 Notoarf Meflmvrw. ItEMI. ) .y r a s

later sunning between two others, u he up S-A Photo. riorld AJf. f; Eases. Se. Bicycle*, Ra11t, TVceA

....... I, Doge ..telll Si| CnARSIACCOUNT Jh *' Car Ar ,*!?!!!*-


complete. Us Imrta pea* wet a.4 MrKaifh. !*. a* th.., game law Callus I; ll..gg.m, TVhMs
Play By Play InirrreptH at MM TlS vttk Useeaads add Tit..... I. c..P' t. .. 3;; ...... ....lit., 1; LOW PRICES EASY TERMS TOP QUALITY

CwrftmwJ Pars Pages ten' Rage made Ute BS- Gee a e7.1.yTjsgi. Mewl ....a..... 1.; Mlfl. (seem

Three HI1II1I1I'" paasee were to- Mrepa.sa, Pewas ...... .M sobs -S leach. I.; ItoghM, C eee, t


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P... -"" ""' Trh. >f.m. (FterM. >)> It.,. A4v..... Mii Hurricane Hilda Harasses

I SpacePlanNotControversialH Gulf Coast; Leaves 36 Dead c .'
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TALLAHASSEE (AP) For winds toppled on to the city hall

mer Hurricane Hilda badly and killed eight persons, all __
The SPACE Plan of the Bre- Is based on sound, well-docu each student In the schools thr- weakened by a battle with a civil defense workers In the

yard County School System Is I.i mented research and applicationIn ouRhout the county. cold front, moved along the small Vermilion Parish town.

i not a controvenlal educational the fields of child growth and There Is general agreement Georgia-Florida border toward A Negro woman was killed at

experiment, according to Mri. development and on proven, among educators that our way the Atlantic Ocean today, leaving Jeanerette when a recreation
Alice Poole, Principal of Bay well-tested teaching and learn of life and our world are changing at least 38 dead In her vlo-, center being used to house

I view Elementary School On ing procedures The SPACE so rapidly that schools can lent wake. hurricane evacuees collapsed !

the contrary, the SPACE Plan Plan is a "first," however, in no longer hope to teach today Death, destruction and minor; .
came to Louisiana during the Three traffic deaths were la
that the first time the teachers, the subject matter ",ac..* that
weekend visit by the giant tropkal attributed to Hilda's winds and
J. In few
true only a
coordinators, supervisors, consultants will hold
President Johnson authorities -
storm. rain
accompanying by
COURTHOUSEContinued and officials months. It Is, then,
administrators, or
declared the region eligible for A repairman working on
of an entire school systemare the responsibility of the schoolsto federal disaster aid downed electric lines In New BANKTITUSVILLE'S

( From Page 1) cooperating wholeheartedlyto teach and guide students in Sucking the cold front In Its Orleans was electrocuted and a CITIZENS

guarantee the greatest possible such a way that they will be circulation, Hilda lout moot of woman drowned In a rain.swollen
Salisbury academic and social progress of able to meet their present and Its tropical, characteristics. All drainage ditch.

1 Roberts admitted that be released their future with confidence in that remained was a huge low More than 200 persons were OLDEST & LARGEST
the story and he admitted to solve their problems area containing qualllln
their ability pressure ITS at Larose alone
that he had stated at first he Ea C. Palmer Sr. and to help them become which winds reached gusts of; Injured Flash-floods drove scores

would not enter Into tills re active, contributing citizens, 40 to 50 miles an hour. from their homes In the out
moval question, he felt It But Hilda still was potentially
as shims and willing to make intelligent skirts of Baton Rouge thestate'
would nut be ethical for him to Former Resident decisions in matters affecting dangerous The llkclihrxx of capital city, Sunday

\ do so, but, he said, the Issue had the welfare of themselvesand tornadoes still existed and the ai They Joined thousands of refugees

,facts become were political not being and brought all the tolight. Dies Sept. 28 the their SPACE fellow Plan men.Is InherentIn the cor 120 from Miami. Ocala mile Weather wldo to Charleston Bureau strip reaching said, S.C. where/ from most the of bayou the country French PAYS TOP

viction that this kind of teaching shold be alert to the possibllltyk speaking Cajuns live.

J' Salisbury said that evidently Emmett Calvin Palmer, Sr., can only be done when the curriculum of damaging surface winds and Baton Rouge recorded 10
other clubs In the county felt that
80, of Lake Worth, a former tee and the school organizational possibly one or two tornadoes.. Inches of rain. As Hilda moved
the charges against Roberta were (Ident of Titusville, posed away plan take Into consid- Another probable death was Into southwest Mississippi and

unfounded and thert'foreloted. Sept. 28th In Chattahoochee, oration the needs, Interests, and chalked up at Pensacola. In the then curved eastward, she left RATE
against the censure move. Fla. following a lengthy Illness.\ abilities of every Indlvdual student Florida Panhandle, when 17. 12 Inches of rain at McComb.A INTEREST
Salisbury said at the president's year-old Bill Waters disappear
Born In Blakely, Ca. on May and when the schools and freak windstorm called
Roundtable, Roberts came ed while surfboarding In turbulent
tinder further fire from the Eau 25 1884, the deceased was a the communty work together to waters. Hilda's backlash by the Weather

Gallie club is members threaten millwright by trade. tie movedto provide each student with an Small craft warning flags new Bureau struck New Orleans'
Titusville upon retirementand opportunity to obtain the best the entire Florida Gul lakefront by surprise Sunday
ed to censor and In general put
member of the First education possible. This Is a afternoon. winds In excess of 90 SAVERSUnlike
Ai him "on the spot" for lilt participation was a and Atlantic Coasts TO ALL
In the action. Methodist Church here large but vital task, for the Winds hit 80 miles at Pctma- mph. whirled across 26-mile

It was through the efforts If( He Is survived by his widow, SPACE Plan li a vigorous, over cola, knocking out (power In wide Lake the seawalls.Pontchartrain Waves and of
to sections as the storm pounded
all educational plan designed some ,
Roberts and others In the Titus Mrs. Minnie Rossc-tta Dean; six feet or more crashed over
lifetime passed north of there High
villa and Mimi Clubs that Melbourne three daughters, Mrs. Mildred develop In each student a tides caused minor beach erosion the seawalls crossed Lakeshore
and to
Beach Joined them In Tyre of Tampa, Mrs. Sara De- desire for learning Drive and flooded fashionable

their fight against the removal luncy of Wallingford, Pa. and give him the tools and skills neeessiry llilda wiped out nearly half of homes, other banks that pay top interest rate onlyon

and it was Roberts and a delegation Mrs. Eloise Wilson of Gainesville to fulfill that desire. Louisiana's $100 million sugarcane
from Tltusvllle who were Emmett Calvin The Brevard County SPACE caused millions New Orleans escaped the
; one son, crop and
successful In getting the Eau Palmer, Jr. of Cuyahoga Falls, Plan Is being discussed by Interested more In property damage. hurricane's heavy rains altered and "Certificates of Deposit" that tie-up your

'Gallic club to table any action onthe Ohio, 13 grandchildren and 12 educators all over the High winds and heavy rains winds as after the storm's eye Inland .
move for 30 days.'NQ great grandchildren. country. Brevard County and from Hilda knifed across south
Funeral services were con Bayview Elementary School ern Georgia and Into South Car- Saturday funds. .

Amateur Radio ducted on Sept. 30, at Cox the students record can they be truly have proud made of In olina.Larose,, a fishing town of 5,0(10(
Worth Realism In
''Operators To MeetThe Funeral Chapel In Lake schools In other systems and in o" the banks of Bayou La-
with Rev R. E. Brown officiat number of Inquiries fourche 50 miles southwest of

regular meeting of the< ing. Interment was In Oak City fro the mother great schools eager to follow New Orleans was struck by one,

North Brevard Amateur Radii Cemetery lead Mrs. Poole. of the many tornadoes which I Air ExerciseMIAMI
our says
Society will be held Tuesday, The SPACE Plan and its implementation spun off Hilda's advancing I CITIZENS BANK
Tltusvill'' winds Twenty-one persons were 1 (AP-A) Civil Defenseair
Oct. 6, 7.30: p m. at the will be the subjectof
Chamber of Commerce Building Sam H. Griffen at the killed and nearly 2IH) Injured exercise turned into a lost-
Officers for the next six month Jack 110rton' At Erath, the city's water plane search when four Hollywood
School BANK
Bayview Elementary tower buckled under hurricane* area men made a forced
will be elected and, it Is urge scheduled for .
PTA meeting ridden
Dies In GeorgiaSam landing In a mosquito
that all members be present Monday, October 5th, In the Everglades swamp

Since organizing six month school auditorium. Meeting/ time Dinner To Honor Eighteen hours after the risky
ago the club members have participated H. Griffen passed away Is 7:30 p.m.Newcomers'. setdown at dusk Saturday all I
In communication 1 1vaious In Friday, Oet :2 and funeral services four were rescued In good con

affairs. During hurt were held Sunday Oct. 4, at Senate Candidate dition by Civil Air Patrol com

canes CUx and Dora, club men 3 p.m. In Decatur, G*. Fashion rades and the Coast Guard.

t bore worked on coordination with Mr. Grilles was a brother of Show Big SuccessThe I Their single-engine plane, which s
Civil Defense to provide ems Mrs II. O Dull of Tltusvllle and Claude KirkThe burst Into flame after they PAYS O
grncy communications to all the he and Mrs. Grlffcn hold numer- Florida Greeters New climbed out, was a wreck. vf =

sera In the community, and a our friends here having visited comma fashion show held at Repib', "Two Mumps came throughthe
number of members wort In the area over the years. the Whispering Hills Country Spaceport Young/ cockpit. said Capt. James -
large Invites the public tattend Pike 43. "They ripped the belly
Klwanis Club I to Club Wednesday September 30 lit'an Club
ed with the
the dinner homrin out of the plane. Another sliced
provide communications fcSabln Orientation Set. wn an autumn scene of goldenflowers ;)) Claude Kirk Republican rand) off i gasoline tank. We clipped
Flowers by Fran A of Threecan
Oral Sunday on Sept 27, (by uioilclliis date for the United States Senutd, a tree with a wing and It spur Family
Two projects have been urtiei and lovely ladies IV Restaurant on Oct us around and flipped the plant
In the Act
taken since organization (of fashions from the Close Shop, ol on Its back.
New BoardWednesday obcr 8, at 8:00: p.m. have as
For as
fall colors amgreens many
brillant "
the club, the first being the such This will bet an informal dinner 1 unbuckled my belt and just
building of a tracking station fur reds, browns. oranges. ,, with 1111 fell out of the plane on my face
the relay satellite to be (launched night the t newly; blues and yellow to provide t everyone the 1 hart Into the swamp water. It "was t a INTERESTPER SEVEN ACCOUNTSEach
also the bi appointed members of the Titus Among the thirty.five selections opportunity tq discuss fad or more deep there
In the near future; After the dinner,
Kirk. .
will attend with Mr. Pike said he pilot Capt. l Leroy
b villa Library Board of dresses shown there ,
for -
classes :
ginning of code ; Pol r. Kirk will 'speak at th* Republics 41 Ed YEAR
advanced student. sessions of orientation on lhiproper wets sports wear, versatile knit McKenzie, co-pilot Insured to
and Schoo
glnnen rally at Bay lew 39 and Mike Welser were
library and
of public
operation a all occasion dresses,
Everyone attending the meet- suits the Youth fur Gold their radio
sponsored to salvage
announced Mrs C, J. Morley raninfrolll trying ON ALL SAVINGS ACCOUNTSFor
six cocktail dresses, /
ings of the previous water. when the aircraft exploded $10,000
chairman of the Drevard County wilts length to floor length. th has enjoyed planned program For Information regarding Pike's face was singed as
of talks end discussions on th.- Library Board. Among the special guests. In- dinner or the rally contact tin four fled the flames. Funds Actually on Deposit

cry, presented by members of The orientation courses will b< troduced .were Mrs. Prlcillu.. Republican Headquarters at 207 The men splashed through

the club, and films on the Space held at the Tltusvllle Library al Close (who donated her merchandise D472. swamp water to a knoll where Throughout The Year.
Program obtained from NASA 8 p.m. and coordinated the they tied items of clothing to
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All radio amateurs in this are The new members, appointed show); Mrs. Faye Parnell of 'it trees as a signal for search

are invited to the meetings aniofyone by Mayor Bill Walker, are: Die. Fiyos lleiuly Shop (who did all Delta Kappa Gamma craft A Coast (Guard helicopter ...u.

interested In attcndlni! ;, trUt 5, Mrs. Sam Beddlngfleld. ,, the hair styles for the models);j Society Meets picked them up Sunday afternoon -
code classes can obtain informs Rev. Ed Norman and M... Mild Mrs Nelly Fisher of Fishers .ill and brought them to

meetIngs red Brunei; District 3, Mrs. Nor- Quality Shoewear; Mr. and Mrs.Wcissmin The Delta Kappa Ganvna Minml'
ton on or the from classes any at of the the clul man Kevgan and from District 4,, and Mis. Thelma Society held its first meeting of St.The Petersburg fllrrs had Saturday taken off afternoon from. I Interest Paid and Compounded Four Times Each Year

niieinberi.\ Visitors are slwayl Mil. Mildred Chrlest. Galand of Merle, Norman Studio the school year Saturday, Sep for North ferry airport, ; '
welcome (ill mukeup); Mis. FkorenreMecke leather 27. at the WhispciimHills .! / near (Hollywood, by way of Fort ," I''

Junior Woman's Club owner of the Florida Country Club. Myers, Savings Deposited On or Before Monday October 12
for the
Greeters Service, Inc.: Mrs.Joseph Hostess
GOP Women Plan To Meet TuesdayThe Kennedy: Mrs. Barbara were Mrs Murllllrcl Bowen Tltusvllle Stir.Advocate' Inc. \ > Earn Interest as of October 1.
'' a.l.bU..... Isle (!
Benefit Card Party Carlson: Mrs Clyde Jones and Mrs Alverda llowill, Mra'RuthDallt.y :
Junior Woman's Club of rusil.h.4 III........
Miss Sherry Wheelus; Mrs. Jean and Miss Alice GMneeThe ( o .1DA. I 104. W.dsua.y.. rein.rl. .
TitusvlHu. will meet Tuesday,
Mrs. Hull deDeugd will serve on and Ed Lord (who meeting was presided II, ar.
Oct 6, at the Woman's Club. Bouchard MM f. ..dror.u,.I naAt We Make No Charge to Transfer Your Funds to
as hostess for a card party on played the organ and piano) over by the new President -I TII. .t.-Ad'lo. ,
1 w"lo
Thursday, Oct. 13, at her home building. from York Music of Orlando. Frances Cooper of Melbourne. ; .puIl4lsrM ...
.I.rrun t
Dick In the U.S.A.
at 2909 Gardenia Circle Titusvillo Guest speaker will be The lucky rccepients of the Other incoming officers are: MrS.Elune :;la CITIZENS BANK from Anywhere
of Airport natal:/
to benefit the Republican Mrs. Dick Ser King let Vice President
door were;
and Asst to County prizes ......
Authority 2nd Vice President II."", H. Nudroa
candidate fund. Mrs. Helen fill
bond, donatedby
ra $23 savings Mra 11..1 t. Hud.".. VQ.ana.rl
Guests are invited for the Commissioner Gus Fa u I k. Edward Decker, building Miss Phil Manila Corrts H. N d..... ....'.Tresa

hours from (30: a.m. to 12:30: Spanglcr, who his spearheaded contractor of Klngsberry Homes; vending Secretary; Dr. Mary I .......1.1... ,0.1... "Id .t Tie.
p.m. A donation will Include re- the move to preserve the Duirr Mrs Barbara Carlson Beauty Cathryne Park, Recording. Secretary villa. Flo'ida.
Castle will speak on its history
mitt Pin 1
and table Bessie Reeves Mesh's
treshmcnts prizes.A Counselor Makeup; Mrs. Diane ; Miss
its relocation and plans for rl.rl.1. Sr... Anau.s
similar party was held it Bender jewelry donated by !liamentailan; Mrs. Ann .11..1 roCh..1; a..l.5.sH..ry

the home of Mrs Wm. M. Burr Its restoration. Mrs. Ann Houchlns; 8t s. Caro and Miss Betty Heat H. Huct.o.. rubll.kr

recently and the proceeds hive lyn Lupo and Mrs. Bernice Mere er. Music Robert H.Hud.on AoI.'I., ln ldlr.rDavA1 5e.diu.rI ...
been turned over to the Republl- TLT To Select Plays Ire Norman cosmetics; Mrs. Lou Two transfer members. were L riuyl cinul.iuo\ Mrr.
tan headquarters in Tltunvllla. welcomed into the group, Mrs.Jewel ---
For Next SeasonA Myr floral centerpiece ..s.rrilOl.s as?
Several of the club members Flowers by Fran; Mrs. M. L. Lemon from Ft Laudrr- ; Pr Cerri.r Is Nana Br.,s,4To.
are plunnlng to attend the silver general meeting of the Ti Piece cake from Ely Bakery; Jil.e and Mrs Florence I 1s. SMa/i.s 5Yw525a

tea in Cocoa on October 8th given tusville Little Theatre will beheld Mrs. Rose 'Ann Cibueh satin [rum Warren Ohio. smlth'l / M.hl in"' FloM"a'f.

by the Central Brevard Wo- October 6th at 8 p.m. In glassware from One Red Rose "Chanting Patterns n $... e 110. IUI' a Ms. not

nwn's Republican Club the TLT building on Carlisle Shop; Mrs Betty Nt'thln.- Cultures" will be the Oumeids riorlds ..
.Mrs Wm. M. Bm'r. vice prell- St. The plays to be presentednext blue crystal vase from Chambers he programs for the coming --

dent of the North Drevard club, season will be toted on at Jewcliy On the tables there 'ear. ]
I was hostess for the club meeting this time. were plants from Rock Garden -- Madam

last Wednesday at her homeat Among the plays being offered Nursciy given to card winners CITIZENS BANKRIVERSIDE

.48 Fill glen Drive. Delicious for consideration are "Two and consolation prizes of key VOLKSWAGENREPAIRS Mary

toffee chiffon pie and coffee for the Seesiw", "Under the chains.

were served following the meet- Yum Yum Tree", "Dark at the It wu a very delightful evening & SERVICE I Can AT BROAD TITUSVILLEP.

In,. Top of the Stairs", "Sound of fur all those who attendedand For TltusvUle Area help you m:

The next meeting of the club Music", "P a J Jam a Game," a great success for the ------ I will r4. ufenflre
will be at the home of Mrs Wm. "Sweet Bird of Youth', "Picnic". children at the Brevard Juvenile -- life, past, 1934
II. Barnard In Ik-llwood on Oct "Guys and Dolls" and "Urulnk- Home MECHANIC ON DUTY t*.!...*. fvturtlAH I
R ''nt.
28th. able Mully Brown.
ober -
The board of directors will. Too Lat. To Classify BRUCE'SAMERICAN C..I4..I.I.Dally 7 AM to 10 PM : M

IN NIW JERSEY meet at 6:30 .Immediately before SERVICE PLYMOUTH. FLA I jjftaFEDEjLjPjjjAjjjPOaAjON

Mr and Mis. Converse brwiywer the general meeting.All '.OS.TOST STRAYED', or' stolon Red Bred t W uhl....... St. 1 Mil.. NvrtH .< AM,*| I
recent visitors with fn" u'r' Intfrts'-d are umrd to r. little white. "("hubb)'" 0. Wi".....' 411 I
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BOB HUDSON'S Sfar Advocafe: Vanderslice Named Chairman 1:1:

MULLET Tb Vole: .! 23400 North Brevard County 1I..td. Of Brevard March Of Dimes

# 1 If64 Pif 1-. Hammtn (' Vandri slli-ePirsidvnt Mr' Vandrrslice will shortly r 1
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--- -- --- --- ot! Vaudrrshrr' ('onslruction umioiime<
Comi,mCocoa. hat (UK' 19115 March of Dimes fund

"Good Old barn appoint\ (I Hrevard County raining lampalgn for 1965.

,crowd at the Titusville- for we pointed out that two Days' WillTurn C'limnrmn of the 1'MJI' : Much of

Cocoa football here Dimes campaign, acionhng/ to
game Friday yean ago, the Cot on coach walked Chevron Replaces
night apparently a few more his team right off the field an announcement twluy, by Mrs
than the 5,000 at the Titusville- Erl led Nike of Coma Reach( ,
and into the bus, without a handshake
, Sanford teas opener! two weeks or a word to the Titusville Brvvaid County Chupltr Chairman Crown As Brand
igo. coach Back The Clock ot the Nutionul roumliilmn

Personally we think Coach This time the shoe was on the A irsitfont of (',111. fin 7

John Gaines and his Terriers other foot and we feel Just aa )eau Mr Vamli'Mlur came to Of Standard Oil
did a good Job They were out. strongly about it this
New Smyrna Beach t From area from! llunptun, Vuginln '
weighed and outmanned but ila vantage point, only I minutes turn of HIP,runny garb, will feel tin Is wittily known for I 1.lItTl\'U.lE.>!' : K.v Oil 3 I''
stayed within one point. An expert Is someone who Is away from the NASA project and hike 'ltlp' Vun Winkle, In re- his civic activities, ai a result of i rown, a gasoline brand name

Sure, we hoped they would called In at the last minute to Cape Kennedy New Smyrna errs hn\lnff been a ))u'fl'lur of the used"I by Standard. Oil CumpanyKntmk '' I
win, In fact we picked them aha.-e the blame. Ikath is A pa.My wagon a cmnpliHv, Caroms I
definitely, apaceageconscluue : Jay Cees. amid hia pi'esenlpom ( > i for mire than 50
by a point but they lost by one as It experiences the jail cell mounted on flat bedtruck llaun! (if Chairman (if the team. i h being replaced by anew

We do think it was one of the Tragic death early Sunday change from a tranquil small ", minmil by Krvsloim Coroii Planning "Itourtl, Director name Chevrn"Wgh I

worst officiated games we've morning in Patrolman Arnold town Into a rapidly expandingarea Cops, will roam streets daily sod. tivamirrr or the Central Ii.'Mtd ..- 'the change to the Che\"-
ever seen fur both team Siems' words 'the worst of growth ready< to pli'k up ore.la'.. who \ VMC, Vkv President" of rim name. w* are 'Identifying, our

Near the end of the game there he has ever seen" Although/ eager: to icccpt and v "mure, out' in ever day attire' Divvard Safely Cnumi! and retail o) I
ilpilU. who ,
were two glaring infraction Probably the result of a driver meet the problems of the new,, k ride,' ,wire picked up for Dileelor of Commiltrp of IOU nor\ parent company standard
n arounil town In the
With a fourth down and five to going to sleep the .rt'I" progressive merchantsand veil Oil Cumpany of California' ," said
go the Tel rien punted. Punter Be careful when you're on the l business men, many of .. It hII tin'y hurried t..ppmiul-, W (' Smith President of the
imnti UH
Charlie Hugging/ noted Cocoa road, this latest accident whom have been In business here | year. will profit by Stan,lard 011 Company This

had 12 men on the field after a snuffed out the live of two 20- for 40 to SO years, are often filled the site! rxiH'rluup of sweeping, and skirls join and the, ,derby pur. Southern Bell I'mnpany and, Its .mibnulurlcs had

quick count. So he quickly punted year-olds. with nostalgia for the "Good hall Ilim bun lifting the Chevron' name In
the ball. One of the officials. Old Days"In time around Out of .''a klitM, Canada and Latin Am-
noted him official such a spirit, members of h'"n'IHIIlln., with proper' proof Catalogue Ready rln '
counting, and the An optimist is a man who marries nf r<'ilili'in'r, will lie ext'uiplfrom brture the adilitlon o(
started counting/ He his secretary and thinks he the Merchants Division, of the 'wrrcst'. MjmUrd. of Kentucky five
counted once, put nil hand in can go: on dictating to her Chamber of (Commerce in the Males. '
Fur IItHNI| | ulil fiNliiomul, him The new I'roi'ram: atalugur/ "' late
hn back pocket to grab his red summer of 13, decided to liocilii' the
plljlily ami, fun, ad rusts leal,l mates lirl I IIM, ( new name
set aside weekend In October mare iliimmnlia
penalty hankie, counted A fellow a ,
again out in Iowa got a hail la be placed on 3unoo ,.,.
lo New Smirna kirsch' Oilobir (limn atailahlo,
and fur three days of festivity, planned I nun .Smith)'rnIVII
then counted third blank check
a or salary to which he olin pumps' In the Company'ia ,
to turn back time clock and 719. 10 Ihe we'homo mat It Is meaty, snuumuumuwwl'| Pat t tI
fourth time aa the play developed retorted, "Just as I thought My nutlrti In five states In
out as Niulliesst; Nolimln t""n'vIIrAW' I 1"llIlIwr. ,
bring brief from mounting
even counting ai several deductions finally caught up a respite a tl Shun all but the newest
one am) all tll'I
tubs came in fur the Tigen. But with salary," pressures The three days. m '
my sro list"Local ran gel t a rahl'igu' at |purrs are brag repainted The
he never pulled the flag despite filled with a program of entertamment our htu-lnvM office free nfcliuiKP pumps will be red or blue, de-

Titusville piotcsts. Guess this fellow gets a lot of popular a century ago, ." Illumer\ sulil! HIP rat iniiillnn ilia the Eratl"l of cisoline -

But he made up for its bit later kidding a guy serving at accomplished the aim of thecelt'br.llun. Marine aloKw/ |hats I | omen a lmiicli',d pro- ,, the Chevron truicmiri. l Ie

Cocoa was forced to punt on It Knox Kentucky named r. 4, mains and, talks, film, mMiit t ( roil, white mil blue,
fuuith down Kurpa was back "Private James Eye." No sales event' was planned, Visits France aids sal) I'IM kills which ace, silt Work on tmi changeover/ his

and kicked the ball away, after but store window' dinplays car a',ilt' fur ash i ,ols. rliiirchrs alii I IclU bin'n going on for the past ninety

winch he was brushed by one The human race has ill prob' sled out this theme As shoppers is groups/ at.lll. and the phaiii will h. t>f.
In of the Murlne Private First 1 'la.
appeared costumes bygone < aI
Terrier and then "lolled" by a lem Including you and me : fawns Odoh'r Blh,
of hospitality I'rank J. HUSK, nf Mrs Ron
second Terrier. The official in a warm spirit son are |rnirima fir any There will be no change In
moved merchants nle I I. llnss of Tltu<*''Hit' reienlly
was landing right by the play Late to start' many group of any'' star on a'.""" b slat inn ldcnlt.ca.ipn: Smith
but he didn't call it, And easily to stop ID set up sidewalk display sect veiled ('amirs, YUIll'n a running from." the' Win. "lift" fair said, "A. limit/ as we have serve

There were others, but these Makes life easy offer special fashioned bargains iniinhi'r of Marlnn Iliittalloii surd, Tim I Iswr/ t III sifitjr snit lie stations in our present! mar
in order to ,vial more landing Irim ( liLT) I 'e. In (the(
were the most glaring pair. ciimmmilly tours of trlrphnnefiilllliv ketlnii arc, limy will be (l'ent!
closely with their neighbors and MeilllcrmnrunWhile
Some women like a man *," Illunicr\ ttiiillniieilSimlliirn died! by the 'Mindird Oil sign."
share in the air of congeniality/: ,
In (Cannes,
jl Most people describe extravagance with a PIlot, others like oppulliiiillleswere '
a nisi
as the way other people with a future, but they all With the city's support. the imlnlilo to take a five day /. lull nukn no charge Cuyler P-TA To Meet

spend their money. for a man with a present go 13 event was an overwhelming tour of Psils, a three day fi liiitf! fur this |>r''iraiii! *, snit, fIIr."t| t for Tuesday Oct 6
success At its clung on October ,
trip" In the Irene Alp, and dilly certain high srhiHil' silif pio-
51 h a barbecue dinner was held sBELLES Loom vf lime fremli gram "iustrrlale, rise
J Klvhra Indii'llng i-virylhlnn The rauulir meeting of the
One word of advice we hop at tlui New Golf (tub I
HighlightsOf Smyrna the In Hie ratatimiMt Is available
the Teiritrs will lake to heart towiw of KoUe Juan for CII} "'r Klumentary School Par
and the Ides ot making "The
r mil Nice, line without clmrgttniumrr .
tilt Ti'aohrr Assiiclition will beheld
when you lose, be big men and
Good Old )Dnys" an annual event
This Dale Aflir iiimplclliig seven days ulIIhl'rly .. 1.11..d..
evening, Oc8
r ,
lake )'
Just as you would wan wholehtartedly endorsed by OF TIlE ROARING 90'j Drr_.tci ]Hc< the!*? and sightseeing at Cam said,) (Hut |i'.u ot>to l Inter ul 7,,.ill In time school esfetorium
take victory all iiurtlilpantsMr will be 'In 't"Ic' duiln" the 'Cuml) Old, Day celebration sue, France. tint tram, net sail wlfil, In hmiklnv, any of/ llwwipwurami All :
THE parents and
The Cocoa team came across By ASSOCIATED PRESS Dclphma Morgan, general In New Smvrnn Deans< tli' weekend, [k)(:t 7 8,9 and 10. for II'. training arra In In- Med orilirlivg, ties/. buokMi patrons ire
the field to uhiike your hands, Today) Is Monday, Oet 9, the director ant eo,chairman, ll.ilDiumnumd No effort i i', he rpaicd ti assure: alf visitors a memos itrrrani' or Kltiiif vales. Infnr nut kmsliiiulil urged/ lit attend, Plan for the
but you tamped backi They 279th day of 1UU4 There are S? amt I 1.I'rnard! year will be formulated. and par
your bykus able look at the pu'.t and i run j1,iluit* llw team' I I. HIP Uniting, Fore ixiiiliit' the loos) |riMMiftiffliP '
went off days left In the role' lll I'XIIppurlurul/ to
wondering what kind year te' havk'served commit-
" Today's as lUmrlru fir Urn ITS: Stash, Fleet In the HI, Ml South UopUm" .'" Ave,, \talk with the irarfiors
of "sports" were, highlight in hintoryl Ice for the lOOt ofeven's '
you program/
rumpunich) from \'ullCounly riles' from Ottolxr 7lh through MwllterrtDi-an' rail M7/ ,
or : Will '
It's nice Doing a winner, On this date in 113 the great which has extended!! to all will compete for trophies, slinfflelxurd Oitirber, HHIl _. _.-.- .- -,, -..---- 111./1'-,1.- .-- ----will- be reeved.e ).
but 11'. tougher being a loser Indian Chief, Tecurnsch, was of soulhcsit Volunla County, as and ----- .- -
riuilests, free Iniat During riHt-nl weeks, New
And extremely tough to be a killed in the Battle of the the adjoining towns of )EdgewaU-r;, ( rides dally tn points of liinlorleal Smjnuns have tiein raiding attic .
gracious winner or loser Thames, Canada while tiding and Oak Hill happily agreed to .
interest dung the Inland waterway trunks fur authentic ronluniM/
I Sportsmanship Is Important the British against the United Join this ycar'a evonti Other featuros. will initude of rinclmutlier's days There., 10y
even though you lose States. The Shawnee chief Is The program, which will open' '' Serving //
boat soil auto/ dhows, a three day who don t have rush a li'iary, .
noted in history fur his states with a parade on Wednesday
, golf/ tournament, 11"1Duhil... are. hnwlly allli-lung Ihi-ir own oriirdnrifltf
" This column feels it has the mannhip in trying to unite all (Ot T, at 4 30 p m., will Include home show rental finery from cot

right to say this to the Teirieri, Indian tribes in defense for street dances for young and old, : tuioe hoiiMit, ? e ." ....... .r.--! .... ....... ..v
their lands against the white old.fashioned dress parade, with, All evtnla are free to the public ., < .. !.1 euv! +d ,

Citizens CommitteeFor settlers prizes fur best costumes; olil Out of town visitors are' cordially It'. a safe brt that, from Wed f ;a,, >, s'r.

Goldwater Meets On this dale: fashmniHl bathing suit runlnt, Invited to attend! sod, 1 ode nenday thriNi h Saturday) ,, the u ': r ?

In 1818 Connecticut\ adopted with prizes fur mm and women, tins are rncwiraglng their/ visits unaware visitor la the New SillY .
Discusses PlansA a slate constitution to replace a firemen, battle In which six by tittering air'i> UU'-ount In rna area seeing the P"IIUIIlI"| In 1

its roynl charter .
concerned and enthusiastic

tee gioup for met Gcildwutcr of at the the Citizens Tituiville Thursday Commit.headquaiters night- Union the In Jilt 1830, Vt( president Chester was A Arthur born al, I Money is only the half of it. .11.11Gl'

to t talk a bit of politics and do a In 1910 St Patrick's Cathe

bit of planning<<. dral In New York was coiue-

The Committee discussed the crated I'' ''' I tit a'u i
bum. I of the coming election and In 19J1! the foist trans Pacifit G1

laid plans fur further work in Ih.IOI..I non-shmp flight was made by WE DEAL IN

campaign: lor the election Clyde llerndon I'dngborn Jr. and Hugh mG1

of Ktn Barry Goldwater and his
/In JM3, the New
running mate Rep Bill Miller York
The themes of the keel became the first ,van//
major evenIng -
were: "The Welfare Slate flub to win five consecutive TOO! m
policies of the present Administration championships' defeating'the
," "The Juhnaon Great Brooklyn Dodgers i- ,

Souety" and its world govern Ten yean ayo-ltaly and Yu 1

mpnt implcai/, one" and "The ifo'lavia initiated an agreement! I m I I
subversion of the In London ending their nine
sovereign IH... 'M pick. ever
Status to the Central Government year dispute over the free (.r, pick ft* bid Avlei.ar.rase..yw'll G1 term..
!." ritory of Trieste, each & I'tw
defined zone. ter'l r 4frl ( |r / G11
Everyone talked I politics Five ....... ; : be glad, yw alM I And
Everyone had his or her say oral years ago The U N. :. ,, '_ ."_ve, ywi n..d G1

Discussion was hot and heavy, Assembly was debating the .J-, :;: a [. ....- lash fee any .*rth. G1
dispute over the R aaswwmw +- ... -
but United Arab -
ill -
were In complete agreement << to-public blockade i ---....... :: -' white ,w,*... w pays
of rn//
Israeli .
on one point, Barry Gold r. :/ ) .
ff visit sue Lean Dafca I
watir for President Canal shipping' through the Suet ,. -. ):. i p rtm.n. flr.t, Service m 3i i '

Plans were laid for a fundrabiaft On. I a t- '. 1rJ.J'i. ,It tad, ..avrttd
dance \to be year ago Three American r. -/
given within :. I- I"" '''-11.//,
the next (Iwo weeks with the newsmen were beaten by 'jL. '1\ r .. 3B

public invited The Committee South Vietnam.police ,fle, I __ :..*-,1, t.lit....I\oo; ', ,
a Buddh:it monk "
also extends an invitation to burned himself -, ,
to death maal"sx.::.., 'Ie
everyone Democrat, Republican on a Salmon street, G1
or Undecided, to come down I : G1 The 'ic1Clhonc'Icam l that Answers

Thursday nights at 7;30 and join

in the talks CitIzen.are located Committeeheadquarters at the EAEWAGO4AS Loans Checking Accounts Auto Loans G1 G1 Your Every? Communications Need

SU corner Their of Julia and Washington Safe Deposit Boxes Homo Improvement m

Politics, : Come mott.Wanna On Down!" talk ,......,. Fee sakmas" (:.,.IMwod In the bug .tarn *i Ulrtitww. nurmrfitnl' to nt\yt and stif(mit

-. =E Loans Timo Savings and Regular Savings G1 pails are aM If* skill'" and kiwrwlrdg .,..aIn l met prewtil. and. future ADM)*

G1 rw.ressey to kelp lekllwe. w se-Maw holm111I/ ....--.
Accounts. mini. In -- sisal l Iueks.swe.
Gl Their seal many more trU-phnn. people

J WE CAN ANSWER YOUR PHONE : Tlirfe ass kmfrivm to fan tt ,fwWre ftJMt4'k. (tar vest teem of apnrlnliiit

North Brevard's Oldest and Largest National BankS mG1 .......*.
Q When You Can't nOW'inntly. IiMUUer. seal M*|>rifM arrvk drwfwLihle and conr .

You get mere calla and more profit : I .|ml..mm I* past bi tww ........., keep. .MiiM i

!I B arrvt IS.utlr.filr. CumMMMlixeu, ""

: @l, :1 ?AL First National I Ban k NAME IN 13 8outh rn ABallExtrclw

15 _.o..a A lk Aw
S TlhmW. Area Cocoa It Cocoa Baach o PROGRESS iiTusvaUi JLOIJD4 FIRST 15

I M."kr Faded, 1mev. S,s...w IN SERVICE G1 your I /.*;* ,

ieseo.e..seis1. Wesaee F.d.ear o..H 'It west'. c.,.. 1 right M citizen.., be sure to vote this yearI
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fttt 2-B Tt/ulvillF.rlda, '' ) Star Advecst Monday
October S, 1964

,' ." GLAMOR GIRLSkVafaaraiSy : Traveling money you can't lose : "

Ann Landers I

The beet way to carry money when you travel earth.

N'"... i1 Is NOT to carry money. Instead, carry First They are accepted like cash! wherever you-go
:: : Parrots IM National City Travelers Checks which we can sell /o. whatever you Event to biiy.*

,i Only ImitateD you. (Ttagr'tv the official Travelers Cheeks" of Tie only thing you have TO be careful about Ji

the New York World's Fair.) not to sign them until you are ready to use them.
_- Ann Lander.: You can please tell me how a churchgoing -
If you lose these or have them stolen (not Travelers Checks In denominations
UtU tiller I You can get
.... print just ai em God-rearing woman whole
writmt it because everyone In trying to run a respectable I likely) and report the loss or theft at once, you of $10, $30, $50, $too cr $500, end

? town already know about it rooming house can protect herself can get your money back in a hurry anywhere on youll be surprised how little they cost

"-. anyway. against the funny stuff being
Our neighbor have a parrot pulled off these day.?

named Plat This parrot I. Three weeks ago a young INDIAN RIVER PLAZA

M smart it is frightening! couple drove up, said they were national bank

When Plato rattle. off radio and just married and would like to brevard 1 STATE ROAD SO

TV commercials he Hounds juat rent a room for a few weeks. I

} like the announcers His Ed- should have known something

' ward P. Morgan is the greatest was /why She was carrying kC --------

the other evening oar neigh. only a hatbox and he had a

bon had a party. The gucsu shaving kit. YESNOWt WAIT A MINUTE BUT TODAY IS BW

gathered to listen to Plato do his They stayed Saturday light t DRESS AaouT I THAT WANT I OFTWATCRCeeLAST TALKED M3U OUT l lY ANOTHER OAV NOW, lT p
routine Suddenly Plato shriek end left Sunday morning The 7G GEC.. NIOrflYl BECAUSE ;

ed, "Bcrnie cheats on his wife. money was on the dresser so I I r- ..... ,
tE! Y"\l.y .; ..
Bernie cheats on his wife" wasn't out anything. But I'm : I SL DIy !3 3rt 3y

'I Bernie is my husband and I burned up because they lied tome ..a ae1w.14.w.uMl.eawi I .

didn't think It was very funny. I know these kids were "I fed you cue after cue-where *er* *rDg with the j a 1 .

All the guests roared. not married funny BlcriesT J 10.4 V e

Do parrots know what they La t weekend another couple !

are saying or do they just pick checked In. They had no suitcases .

up phrases and repeat them? and said their cor had 1

I've heard a variety of opinions broken down. They stayed one STAR ADVOCATE'S ing

and I'd appreciate an answer night. The next day a man came -

from you STANDING by looking for hi. daughter I'm 4TNERET'NEREYOU

BY ,\ sure it was the same girl who Crossword ."
Dear Standing By: Parrots do had spent the night here, but I C
LL \
NOT know what they are saying said, "No," because I didn't
They imitate sounds I want to make trouble, DON7 DITTO HURTS HIMSELF /

suspect this a big, fat gag and if Must I Blk every couple who :_: 91T/1tO T AROUND HERS } 4

I were you I'd forget all about It. wants to rent a room to show mea i ( OR WELL' SET y ?
ACROB9 DOWN 21 lon_ R A L ( s.
marriage certificate? NO PATTED TO C *7 ,
Dear Ann Landers: I am 18 PARTNER OF SIN L Wound 1.brudff* spring A N p F ", u 1
mark 2 Artificial 22.Boot.- A I I ? f L PPS
and my boy friend I. 17. We Dear A. A 1
No Partner: If you do I B. Applaud waterwayt tbk

were out the other eight and mated a marriage certificate a* .GMt'.... 3.Portion Ol.lllit.! I T A
Bob had his father 10 eurved '1.1 cc1.. A' e. w.
new Ford. proof at purity you'\11 have an Kmsty a I r lit&
I just got my driver's license Awesteni 1 line :; 5"I; TL 1 t
empty roomlflK house, I lady( I'm farm ( ..A cheer .. I'kLGtTMa
and was real excited about It. I r '' '
afraid like all fake II. Bttmlctamends Ahtetet
you other innkeepers 11 I rIi I I I'' .N'I
asked fob It he'd let take .. -
me will have to trust for 6 Permits 24Di I.. "o
the wheel and he said O.K. 'l4.Topas T.PlAt eoneerta V
and your own judgment A f1Nd'r'Aeew
hummlnf. 8.Flowers S. Obtain
The I
car I learned
en i ii a .
I bird / g.Bluff n.Botanyl J3.......
Chevrolet and I .eln't accustomed Ann Landers will be glad to 'IS Beaetef S 1L Rent under aMII'. haept -- -----------
to a Ford. Don'I auk me burden contract $S.Fbmaleptg pom. r
what I did wrong Ann, but I help you with your problems :K Continent 15 Shoe110.. Btruirrles tS Flneel { RIGNTAxTSaMETHINO COILDN'TcNO

hit a tree and the damage addedup Send them to her In care of thisnewapuper abbr ja makers with SS Before) 1 pUDIEYI MN.ADFRNATN THE ICs BAG.
17.Become f tool VJ 81 0e1'llW119..Gnek NAVE A TO Pt1TCI4MY
to $275. enclosing a stamped, softer,as II Burden 9 river TERRIBLt! NI HEA0.

Bob lied to his parents and self'addressed envelope with a** It.Poems 81 Particles 10.JetWl"I'I' 11EADACH[. i A } c7 i1'slwdarr'

said he was driving when w. 10,Litue rtrt
21 Hlchtblrd I a 1 11 :
had '
the accident! I didn't till fill 1'111'1' CIRCUIT Ol'I1T' Oil' u: I 1

my parents anything. Now I 1'1110 NINTH JIIOWIA ('I R. sword II.
feel ('Intl( IN Ann meet JJlUCVAltn 23.Heathen ''
/guilty because I'm letting 'bL'NTY FIoRlnA
Bob take all the blame He says In Chssr.rrY No I9MI! 26:An alloy i I >- J o
haul" II Te pl.rENn: 2T In bed
to keep quiet or I'll set him CYNTHIA JKAN 1IAILKYvr 2S. Dietrea4 I : : 15 "

into more trouble: My conscience 1'1.lnUtf eau I aaMare5

II I killing me. SLEEPLESS iionrnT O. HAIUET SO Wharf I II It ..iiO
NIGHTS n t.nd.hl Inhabitant z
/" KNOWN AOOnICHlI, 80 Anoclalset 01 i I cC
Dear Sleepless: Insist that( t LAI HMO 10'1'H hll'r: ) 84: Equal
I':AU OAUIK F.ullmA, 2 U 2' 1WCAd''T WILKTluc4.GH poor women, ,,.I'1'E' RADA
Bob vi
give,, lailim to till 1'(1\ 80 Foremost *
t yqu! Jwrj\ \ In : TN19 PUPOLE-Auow 0E Mit.ARERMATNY GETTER
your parent? Bob lit trying to bo vast l, ROHKrtT: n. ,1t.PlY am 1 1 : t o %( 1 10 LAY DOWN MY COAT DEFER! / /
'" nntlfi.d '" Sfclnwhat t l
\ '
noble it's :7 Hill rat .
unfair to him t to fOMp-iA NT fr, "Dt.o. -. his manner > roMYl rte t YORYUUTowAlsad.

impose this burden on your conscience i'nlnrt" ynu, and I .you 87.Cud- )g !II U 3' ri TIov'It .
ar required in a>rv. a rent nf l

Your. li should f KiiVt''M:::: er tio-th."'Plslnllffp.In ,,Ili. chewing mammal 54 S : : .: I' MAKE ANIMPREowt { llP' dON
parent discuis
.ttnrn.v o. K! riTTH' P (I, HIIX SB Cholc HER- C
the situation with Bob's parents! ,.r. BATH.I.ITM BKACH rUOH. 11 ,,55 9 .0
IOA eras Croup
Ills the ofiKnal
an. I
and decide what Is the fair and war ?' P1111" In inn ntflm nl
Me Clork of .the ('I..,... :=:111 11 "i
honorable thing to do, CI I !think teurt on /041.
0. "" alit' 'day 0ulBl11"
fair and ISMi' .). Places 7rr
honorable '
is a 50-SO tS 'It
It yoM all In An U. Matures,
at "I'Cln.n'
split on cost) by'lVfiTkla I lea
will h. ink.n nesti MwlneJIM'S !
Cu" fur pa,.. roMot 4nin..doNI I. //Q"a LTc'C e's,.
old CWmpi.lat. 114AeNT.i
Dear Ann l Landers: Will you 1101100 shall b. nukll.h.4 it I I t r .
..nu* aauh win* far ,.nr eonaar
Illlya wmka In tk. Tltnavllla NtafAitvwala I -- -
ann and Urdarfd. In TlliMvlllv, TV MORTGAGESFHA
I BAR Bnvard Caunty, Florida. thla 11th Prcfeitlenel, A Guaranteed
day of (1010..... .Iw4 Conventional e 1 .

Your Favorite Drink, Curlla rirtult II. II.Court.".. Chwknf Service Fer Lewer R.... end r

Entertainment & Music. by V .. Knannlor 10 RAJNISH, 7725SI Local Service ; tV ,
l>*piity ( Isek'nvnT US 50, IRC, 1 Block W. ofI. George M. McC.tchan J I fcjL1'"i I
U S. Highway I, S.uth (( KICA LIi I I. R. Plate JOO .1 0111d t Y
sops i ai, as u. <'t. s. ia (Mont' MI. Magnolia Pti, HJ 7121 lk
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Jlondsr, October S. 1964 tMuarBle' (Ilarlbt Naed/rwaM. ,...1-1
I r Junior Class Of THS Launches Annual 1 ,
Investors Mutual Declares Quarterly DividendThe

Magazine Sale Today; To Benefit Prom 1
BJC Initiates Board of Director of Investors source a oral ago It it the :500000 shares oulrl.rMing I
Mutual, tnc. has declared 96th ron-e,IIII\'{' dividend paidb the rnd of the previous fiscal.1yt'er. Annual Junior Class magazine hive Identifiable Titusvllto High +
sale, drive to funds foi cards
a quarterly diidend of the Fund a rniae
the Junior-Senior prom \begin
UH cents share payable
September 25, 1964 to shareholders A duti ibul ion of 24'n cents Investors Mutual, Inc, old""t today al Tilusville High! ac- Persons anticipating In renewing

of record September !1. per share repnspnting realisedjvcurity of five funds associated with Ineelert coring. to class President Sam current magazine subscription

(Educational TVBrevard Harold K. Bradford chairman profits also was dir \. Diversified Swviv, Wertham are urged to renew

and president, announced doledThe like distribution them through this special ale
Inc, II 1 the Uigtt mutual fundin The sate will continue through at regular renewal rate
Thin fourth quarter dividend a year ago w'az' 30 cent per the world with cwm-nt. assets October' 11. All students who
Junior has who scheduled to communication media the
College president was -
wasted no time in. putting iu be on the program, was in telephone lecture and college of the Fund's fiKal year ending tare. will be distributed to theFund's in excess of .... brtlten. are participating in the sale, The Titusville Star.
Sttfl.000 shareholders and
new educational television equip Cocoa Beach and unable to be closed circuit televlelonhas September 30, it derived exclusively Zone Managw' tor InveottW Mill have proptr identification.
from dividend and interest will be pttid on approximately Advocate 1 1st in circulation
ment into action. on campus tor the orientation, not been tried previously so tar elMy Johnson, vice.president of
BHts E. L >whi, Box
Income and with 210.000,000 share currently' outstanding Mutual is
Recently all he called at officials have been compare
new studentsviewed so in by telephone ss college in No Brevard.
1902, Cocoa. the less mid The students will
this with
compared 188-
10 cent share paid from
"s an orientation program the appropriate time. Amplifiedby been able to determine Dr. per --. --
transmitted via the college's the speaker of the teleledure Cumming ssid

closed circuit television equip system, Dr. Wilson's telephone
The college TV equipment is
ment to six rooms In the administration voice was picked up by a television ry mr 1 1r
building. microphone and put on being operated under Dr. Cum IllIIIl gg'I diiLF : :!Ii4 : rii: IUaLl : II III

Students were brought up to the TV system while his picture min,'. direction by students in .... 1 ? :
SAYgIT yj'ilify
date via the system on what to was simultaneously transmitted his class in Television and Radio "" II :i: !III.h .

expect from their college pro on the video. Production. Students handle the y II

gram This particular combination of cameras and all crew work t

The presentation could not

have been made in any other J Pil, I'f':
way at BJC because no space r'Ili lal js' c Ii: ,
is available to hold all the new I Mims News II I ..b'' I! i i

Junior college students at one .. 1
a tune. By way of TV receivers 1 ,e ''ryiijiI
I I '
in the six different locations, ',
however all students were able I r Mrs. Cltdys McLendon cuperatmg at her home When a ,, q t L ''li I i (' R _, I Io
to receive the wine programming AM7-1241 they arrived they found their T 11 I :. ...IIt /IINI I I: 00 gT t1! .I" ,'yljl'I
simultaneously. Junior Scout Troop 922 met at brother and hie wife Mr. and { I lif I i I 1101iJliulan.i ; ? .
iu l1j NII
"This initial presentation," the home of their leader Mrs Mrs R J. Smith of Vinrouicr
Robert Rcdgite with Mrs. Canada here for a visit
said Dr. Willarn Kenneth Gumming QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
David Myers as co-hoateu. The w
director of education TV + PRICES GOOD THRU OCTORBER TTH
Roland Smith has returned lo
gtils had Invited their mothersfor
development "featured the first ...... ..
Converse College School of .INN .in* w* erxicHT > *
better acquainted'meeting
a 'get
of a series of new oleo tor educational
Music at Spartanburg, S. C.
television! at the college. \
The new use this time was the Plane for the years activities ,

presentation of a tclelccture byway were discussed and pedal committee City Gas Company \
of the television system" were picked. The hostesses Appoints CrowleyJack
he said served refreshments following
Dr. J. Bruce Wilson, college the meelina.Twentythree Crowley has been appoint 325 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON *26 AND W-D BRAND

Junior Scouts H General Sales Manager for
!I and the following the Brevard Division of Gss $195
Kirk To Address were present City Ground .:0.
mothers: Mrs John DeMonic, Company of Florida EXTRA ee

Mrs. Ben Calyon Mrs. Wayne The announcement was made
GOP Rally Oct. 8 Gay, Mrs. Edgar Jobe Mrs, by Henry M Harris Vice President .
Louise Jowers, Mis. David and General Manager of STAMPS

Claude Kirk, distinguished Koinegsy and daughter Joy. the public utility's Brevard Division a,*THUS COUPONS .1J.! ".. .1 .,..,, ::' :. 1i1l1fr\
business man and attorney and Mrs Charles Layton Mrs Ed CIIQ,
Republican candidate tor the ward Narrow, Mrs. Don Pritctr Crowley J Joined<< City Gss Con.

U. S. Senate has accepted the ard, Mrs LeRoy Hull Mrs Bob pony from Florida Gss Company REGULAR, 29< GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN FRYER
invitation of the Youths tor Sweet Mrs. Leo Sullivan, Mrs. where he wss General Sales
Goldwater to be guest speakerat Jsmes Tide and Mrs D. E Manager for distribution facilities E IIF$

the political rally which will Folk in Its Winter Part Florida TOP VALUE STAMPS 19 I II I ;
be held Oct 8th at the Bayvlew headquarters ON< S.II '".. crone Wings
School. Prior to his association with "A.ra O' IIA eNl.noD 0 .
Newcomers To Ellis Lan.Tho.e *
Florida Gss he Perch 99
Company wss
Mr. Kirk is enthusiastic
very of us who live on Ellis
I \'Il't President of Sales with Oooa Tumi OetoM IO'
about the energetic Youth for
Lane welcome Mr and Mrs Edward '21sW
Goldwster movement and con Benton and son, Eddy, North Carolina Natural Gas Ar t..t w nw..rnI r.........................e REGULAR 7f. FRIFO (IN MARKET: )
Corporation from 19581M2! Thlal,
riders this ss a significant indi who moved hen from Satellite n
cation of the maturity of our Beach. Eddy is a first year student Carolina company. dries serves SI eastern North xTRl PINE BREEZE Fish Sticks'-' 5 "}II

j youth tOday. He expressed at Mims Elementary and A native of New England I TOP VALUE_STAMPS Geode "A" All White

his appreciation for this oppor his parents work st the CapePtrMMlt .. ..
tunity to address the citizens of Crowley began his gas utility I $ 1AN"" x1011NNIM. I ." .. Florida Medium' I PI .ULAR S9. M.ICIU CANADIAN
with the Greenwich Gas
Titusville and present his ram career ; Creole 2/98'/ Save 20Pockog
Company Greenwich, Conn
TMBU nCrNIN '*"" Bacon 39;
'paign platform. Ooii .
Mrs. Jsmes
Morris and children ) *
While there, he won a national 1 99IE
The public is invited to attend I
Craig and Andrea, ef Jsxksonvllle award from the American Gas 11 INI w NM Ir/ 1 FRESI-2

the rally and Mr. Kirk to are visiting her parents, Astnclslion for his pioneeringefforts &: aI I (I oOKUJIK 1 ) l''' BK SEt ( OUPON 'J5 AT lilt
discuss the campaign l..urs. Mr. and Mri. I. A. Holder of .
on behalf of gas air con X fRl
For Information concerningthe Titusville and other relatives in ditluning saies.: TOP VALUE STAMPS a Steaks 10 Pk4s : @ 9x

rally contact Charles L. Mim. Crowley resides at H32 Park .. EGG S
Best, 267-7948 or William G. ** ere SZt'oS" N
Avenue tau CdllaVeterans' *"
Rodriguez 267'6678. Mrs Mary Nicholson, daughter EciI: ; :. :2/08' s MORTON FRi/tN MEATDinners

Mrs. Courtney Porter of owl Turn Octon* IDtHTOP '
BIRTHDAY Mime and eon, John Nicholson Recoveries I t1 tN1 ,NN MIN I13I 2"10.19/
HAPPY of Palm Beach have returned Listed For Brevard i

Tuesday, October I from a vacation trip to Highlands ::2 ;
Col. W It Donhoff Veteran I IE70tTIdF I# DOZ j Mh i Y RE iJNATHAN
Herbert F. Reed N. C On their return trip I !
Servlie Officer! for Brevard VALUlSTAMPS
Mrs. O Parker they visited Mn, Nicholson's '
County, ssys that based un 'lltf- 1 5 ; 49x
Shirley R Gibbons mere and her huibsnd, Mr. and urea supplied to him from the t'>..1 rNIrIN .J Apples

Lamar Davis Mrs. Iluter, Jones at Savannah, office of Melvin T Dixon, Florida >3,* "plaaalpK"eao ,.......................
Fred Greco Ca
Stale Sen Ice Officer, the two ot'MH IOTMTOP
Terry Jean O'Neal following Is a breakdown of recoveries to wr w._Iur 134tT
Karen Ann Baxley Mrs. Beatrice Nicholson spent for Brevard County for Red Tokay
Cecilia McGee the summer at her home in Lit the period July I, 1964 to September Fancy
Terry O'Neal tie River, N C. tier brother, 30, 19T4: si reflected In the
Wtdntsdsr October 7 Char Ie. Smith, went to stay official I records In his office: VAIU! STAMPS ,

T II Huttheson with her when she entered the Service connected 12402300/ ; 0-.110" .... S
Hubert N Brock hospital for surgery Charles' Nun.service connected, 113,116- moil COOK.sum

Cheryl A Kruse wife, Wilds went! to be with 00; P L 840 Trsinlng. IUM69; Cube Stub. .. ,09'TOP ,
In Nt1
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Alma Guffis them the past Iwo weeks and P L le l A 941rslnma IIMUOO; 'n
Mrs W. G Starr irk Rnbtrt went up for the weekend Death Compensation at pension IYI rMr FIN

Cathy lUgler They art all back home Total. IG4.24463I220M43 '
1'at Olumer now and Mrs Nicholson is re- ; Burial. s 1, 11,14451; ExT a 1 ,
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INFORMATIONWANT ;RENT A slew piano or 'OTfrtj. S MALI 141kt+ wmfrio 1 V' .IMMI borne -'D be. S8iIII for
: BABYSIT OR da light housekeep' ga' .w w4 nn..wN I months trial. All rental will, apply "%'ALI '44Ekt --4\MJII'N\ .W 'it ttiIo'fmm wkktmaor

.. ing Alk Tor Helen Plisse 267- t on purchase price. :CLERK: over 21, retail store, nothing down with VA
.. ubth, t1a. 'PoV : 1M.ndfen. 3686. KIRK /SCHOOL Of MUSIC steadywork 6-day week, salary DISTRICT SALES terms. It features Westinj!
11 ".K. eats For atom PUbllooUoa 2126 W. Tropic 287-638 I and bonusSee Mr Hcftiket REPRESENTATIVESProtected hoods "Whrspafre" Centra
EXCELLENT REFERENCES, m.. Ftrestowe Store territories, food salary, .Jteat.nd< central condition\ '
WANT AD RATES lure reliable, wants to care for FRIGIDAIRE RANGE, a years old expenses, commissions, company leg ducted to every room. The
e OMt* p.f wor/ infants w sm.u children in own' .$100 or will trade for twin matUesues. OPEN COMFEI1TtVL SXAM.: : ''benefits, call Mr. Crowley, kitchen is complete with a
Vlhlnmm : .. ad. hoMe. 2678746. 'W-5J32.!
9670288.For I CHIEF OF POLICECTPY built t.Jn range and oven, .bun.
OF OAPE CANAVERAL: (danf cabinets j! and counter
YOUNG to train as payroll
>*tt ADVANCgE makes. Phone written *xam will be held for !pace/ end br .kfnt'.rea. The
ATA$ Rent Clerk for Construction Company
the Position of Chief *4f Pollee City, total fMce id low
a low
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FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES.Mattre..e. of Cape Canaveral on Friday October tIookkee ill I ,and |7>.95 monthly pays principal .
offered at warehouse of, 1D84, from < to 0,30; P M to end experience5eeeesn7 interest and Mortgage
CIMlfl4<< Di.es.r auH Write P.'O. Vox 1255, I
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RNrea FOR .RENT it1i prices. See us today, 2111 Garden the Cape Canaveral City Hall. Titusville, Florida. Insurance. Bay now> asd move
St. Nidy Shopping Center. 287- All f>enona infrt-wtea inoold in Immediately
Tile $0.I-AI v.. ill. 4ea Vta* taMel*, Polishers N 5733 or 2671926. submit Uieir'application\ by October '
arIv9.. ||:tdwttMiMt of MMM** or pll.t sr rW 6, 1964. Application forms are, ((tontlmwd an'taxt Pap) 1I10-'P'O'Rts'1' HILLs. large'
obj.otlon.bli ay ..4 Haw ta cbkfttr It 4.a.tin M PAINT" UTLET ELECTRIC SAVER service Mall avt itaMe" ta the City: Hall Testjirg hew home in tine location! 3
BlaMlflntlOl/ 'r a\\AvOTIMMMt B'ACTO: makes Jewelers, will vontist vt a 'Written exam, and "bedroom' 2 full baths/ family
from that or m4 ,. Mtona ,. I Indian JIiftr! P4azn I evaluation of education and experi roonr. Wall to wall ;carpe
jbo Tho pollcjf 8tu-A ot'*tan MhU pmnr nil, toot ,. Baldwin Skipping CenterAPARTMENTS a4 ence. All 1 interested persons are ,through out entire bom*. Fireplacfe .
'fuponilblo tor Mora tku *. Mi. FINE WATCH jewelry repair invited to apply. J, D. Badgett, .DOWAEROSPACE and foyer. liege two
forroot InMltlon Mt will II Ibo FOR HINT i ing. Jay Bee Jewelers, Indian Cape Canaveral City 'Manager. ,earta'rage, Priced irt'$22,900/)
llablo for car trot I..dV.rw... River City,' Indian River Plaza I :._ ,
Oh..o.t ra.nt to of a ft.croator apace ._*tot,..*t...Mr. NEW 1 1 bedroom; attractively fur.1fI1.tred APPLIANCE SALESMAN for, Appliance SERVICES 814-Need a furnished home with
(no II... la tko .dvtlt.a.s1. duplex. Lovely GE kit. Help Wanted and TV tfepartnrent.' fulltime JPERT/CPM' SCHEDTECJtftmirrrufrton low monthly1 'payments? Then
chew' central healing and airtottdtttotring. .
company fcfticfiM.' Apply lee this Well cared fol'S bedroom
BiulDW OMet .N Mm* fltxfel Quiet on dead end COOKS-COOKS helpers. Rest Mr. Smith, W, T. Grant :Co., Titusville. Experience Engineering 1 '''bath home This completely .
DI.I l AM street, free laundry facilities aurant opening, apply 319 Washington furnished hone in

Of(loo a aura : ItM atI4f139.. ,. Avenue. DESIGN ,ENGINEERSFor eludes t.v. set, air conditioner,

ondi-tloned"n- o ENVELOPES Business Sizes I refrigerator, etc. The ''tola
r Facilities Design NASA
I price Is alow jjo.not
frigerator' and stove. Soft water, FEMALE Hfclrt WANTED Also Kraft with J 'with
.-- Envelopes clasp Projects Eng. Degree or Professional $65,35 monthly Includes all.
Special' Notice near Causeway, quiet, $110. "No, HI never forget Sergeant Murdock and that MRsTTlOUSEwiFE-- for mailing. Full stock at Star-" Reg. Reqd.

2674127. terrible night in the Battle of the Bulge, when bit 30 65 Advocate. 132 lovely home on Anna Dr

UNFURNISHED-->-room apartment straight Hush beat my four aces. .Of DO you need money for those extras COMMUNICATIONSDesign Has a bedrooms and IWfeath" .
miss :& Application of Complex 1 Large 8 x 24_utility room, Lot
.Telephone . airee-adltK-med. central we always seem to ?
Day 267-6808 best, lovely kitchen, range end I need 5 ladies for survey work, Intercom, Telephone aod I Is weft landscaped with 1 citrus
Nite 267-1399 yard maintenanceproved. it docs not interfere with your ,Closed Circuit TV Systems.ELECTRICAL trees, One 40 ft. pecan free
For Rant $350 DOWN '
: : Adult couple only For Sale housework Work 4 hours a day plus 'several pines and palm
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 267-4587. 5 days a week. $.25 to $150 per Priced 'at 10500. $2800 down
If you want to drink, that' your ROOMS *>o. USTHT BARY CRIB and hour. See district manager 317 Hi I New 3 bedroom home only $77' 'Power Distribution, Grounding, 'and assume monthly paymentsof
mattress like
MMineu.: If want to drink.thlt' UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom swimming new Washington and Control $1B.Q for appro 11V> yrs.
you stop MAID SERVICE and TV, also apartment $15. Man'r diamond ring |1M! Ave 910 .m., taiorftfl, Includes everything.' Lighting, Wiring I
ng, our business. pool, yard care, GE oven for 2 or 3. 527 South cost $450. 2679355. Room 2. I Act now Ml this excellent buy,' Design. 840D-Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath
and refrigerator optional,
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Washington ------1 I the city
Mason Dixie Apartments. 2675716 Your opportunity to live best
AnimalsAT 81' 267.21'92. ___ SlNOLIS OR doable, cleanand at GUNS n, Ulms Minimum Plaza apply in per I at .less than you would pay HVAC end Fluid Handling 'heat limits.2 tar Brick garage.front.Priced Central! al
son. 21.
OR traUers. Week tractive. 267.3064 after 6 p.m. 730 South Dixie age for rent.Space : Systems Design. $17,300, $900 down and approx.

STUD. Siamese cat, reglxtmd! APARTMENT I ,. rates, adults only. Z"M 'ROOM-; ;..-maid-service Old U. S.1 1 RECEPTIONIST, 1 MUST have I I 'STIWCTtJRALReinforced I, $monthly, .
phone 2673627. M4 Garden 1 reasonable. 367 4103, knowing of''typing: and shorthand '
Real' Es*ate I Incl to-iWBlSPERlNC HILLS. Pre-
Indian ,. Must be able to meet public ) Concrete it Struc -
SALE, COCKER SPANIEL, black, COMMERCIAL BUILDINGFOR i ROOMS WITH bath, TV, air conditioned River City Excellent Working condition Glen Schlueter, 267-6668 toral Steel Design 'owned 3 bedrooms 2 bath, in
male, 1 old, AKC 267-3185 tine location. Big lot, ear-
year Apply Hall Palm '
City 525 Ave
after I p.m. RENT or leas'l store space, I for Mlla workers. $30 NEW TRIPLE pattern competition nue. ____ _H r'WANT COST ESTIMATORSPEC porte, utility rooms 'separate
I 20 to ft., for of.flee weekly, double; $25 single. floor stick shifter, fits most cars, WRITER dining area $iaL50 with
APPALOOSA AT STUD Located t \ Plaza I Meal. available Phone 267 9142, 'I $650 down.
Magnolia j $20 Two '
; Hollywood beds, twit MO'1>ELL G CLASSES A NEW
: Horses for sale. Singleton and $125 monthly, 267-1928. Mlla Motel, Rte. 1 south of new size $9 each 261-$753. STARTING Heavy Industrial and Facility I
Dairy Road. AM 7.2338, after 6, I causeway ConstructionSend 844B-2100 sq'l\1r\ living space
2673974. DUPLIX FOR RENT -- -- 10 CU. FT, automatic defrost, good/ Teenagers and adults. Make up, HOMEBUILT) in this new ; 2 bath
ROOMS FOR rent with kitchen condition, $20. 267-3706, 4244 I halrstyling and job preparation I ; Resume to home. Large 22 x 14 Florida
2 BEDROOM, duplex, refrigerator privileges. Call 267-0610 before Catalina Street. I 2G?.DIG. room, panelled play room with
Boats For Sale and stove, furnished, close In, 5, after S 2678866. DO YOU NEED j THE DOWCHEMICAL double burning fireplace Just
267-7900. FOR SALE 0; trade, !tt ton a if- PART TIME work. Need extra i off the finished garage, built.In .
I $1250 PER PERSON, per Week. conditioner, full size, almost! new1..: money weekly Learn how oar REPAIRS ON t'ounBUILDIN:1 CO. vanity and!! mirror In' entry
14 FT Scat Craft *-lth 40 lip. Mercury Rocket Motel, Mlms. bone' W7- electric! stove.: Antique solid/ blac'k I people average geed earnings by I Has garbage disposal,' dishwasher -
trailer. 267.MM. HOUSES fUR KENT I 097. walnut bed, <4o size 2677433 a selling 'coirtunve ,jewelry from Or AEROSPACE SERVICESP. and intercom. Lot I.t is

CLOSE OUT PRICIS 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, screened SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies ter 4,30, _p.m._' I Deborah interview.Dow. Call 267.6179 for A MEW ROOM A O. Box 836 :3! oX 110. Priced at 24000.

porch, fenced back yard, car for rent 831: Orange St. 27- DESKS, ADDING Machine, 2 typewriters 'I --- I CAB1PORTE' ETC. Titusville, Florida Shown .by appointment.
1964 (New) 14' Loncstar with 28 2 utility areas. Golfvlew 3400 and 1 typewriter atlll MALt MtLF WANTED 967-INDIAN! RIVER HEIGHTS.

h p. Johnson Motor, Trailer, Controls Mutates. 26 .0536, 111 Hllldale! AIR CONDITIONED, MOTEL tan be seen 210 S Wanhhigtoif DISTRICT MANAGER will select J JUST T CALL Ata Equtl< l Opportunity Employer Attractive 2 b.dreom.l bath

a Complete Set for $M+(0 F i ISHEC 1- large- -bedroom reasonable. Call 2674103. room Office_ 3, or phone_ "_267.1344. I I men' that needs $1215,000 income home in excellent neighbor

1963 17' Cobia, 75 h.p. Johnson i house, air conditioned, close In, EKRICERATOR, LATE model, Must be able to manage 267-2958 e hood. Includes shallow well
and for lawn storm
Inquire 1005 Main Street. 2070504. people.! Be bondable and have
Gibson 14 cu. ft. like new, $100
motor, trailer, complete rig with i I Dcason I car. No experience necessary Aft r P. M. awnings drapes, built -ID
.' :>;\ any extras $1445.00 .--.. ------ NEW STORE building for offices Call 267 6042. fully trained Interviews, Tuesday .r P. 0. Box 1204 City. range, tv and stereo ant n.
"' 3 BEDROOM, Mime, $85 monthly, or business, IS x 60 or 30 x 60. 14 CU FT. Kelvinator: d d r 9:at.10,30 a.m., 317* Washington IUVQ.Wl nas Total I price 110,360
.. : ROGERS OUTBOARD day phone. 867 0831, cite 267-4624. Heated and air-conditioned. I rp..lllerator.lreezer.. Call B6755S5 Roam 2. LEN RANDELl monthly payments are $65
':":;'lIR3' Garden St. 287-4414 Phone 2878160.wARiHOUSI. | I which lnrliide<_ everything. ,
.... -+-- I STREET SALE boys, to sell !
: Building & Const. unfurnished, 2500 W Tropic or, tl'l RENT 'GUN.. REMINcfoN i2 guage: Miami Heralds before school. BUSINESS f

'(27-S. Washington.ONL WAREHOUSE, suitable for shop, i automatic Sportsman 48. Good For more information call 267- 828 BUSINESS PROPERTY. f

WDY CONSTRUCTION, residential THREE BEDROOM!house garage or storage. In center of Condition. 2674629._ __ 6151. JESS W. CHILDRE Good business location just off
), commercial and remodeling for rent unfurnished, Bellwood town. See I!. II. Hudson at StarAlvocate. BOGAN PUBLIC Address systems, WANT TO MOVE 4 laired' Garden Street Modern

12 year. in Titusville. Licensed Cell .267. .4555... 75 watt. Paid $275 3 years LEGAL!: PADS Big supply, SlIt 2 bedroom, 1 bath house presently r
j and bonded. Phone AM 2326.. ---- old want $50. 267 5853 each at Star-AavocaU OfOct. on property, also extra
3 BEDROOM HOUSE; on S acres In 2 SMALL OFFICES and wars.holues RIGHT IN? large double garage City
',' :Business Opportunity New Smyrna. 267.7678OPPICH.FOR for rent. 200 square feet, FOR SALE or trade; U l>.onU;;; ;c water and sewer. Corner lot.
.: alrcondltieved office plus 600 sq. four door, lean, no rust, will f + Ideal for t. v. shop, small
'''' RENT ft. warehouse space. $125 monthly sell outright trade boat APPLIANCESERVICE '. bublnes etc .
or for
STATION lease l In ;
:.SERVICE for b ,.
1It'''. J. W. Chfldre Real 267.7433 after 4:30 1. Executive type home. I bedrooms (iff'tA.n
::: ,i.Tltusvllle; area. Pumping over AIR CONDITIONED PANELED of- : p m.
ty. 367 533. 2 baths, Den and 761-SHOPPING C E NT E R.
20,000 gallons per month. Gallon- flee spaces in new Colonial office SMALL
PIANO Very attractive shopping center
;!age rental; paid training pro building. 1240 S. Hopkins Ave., WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER eon. Refinished and In excellent playIng family room. 15 x 30 screened containing 11 stores. show

gram and financing availablefor drapes furnished. 267-2866. I struction. Any site up to 30,000 condition. 267-6385. By North Brevard's Largest I pool and fenced back 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, hardwood ing high return with room forexpanaton.
qualified man For Information '- square feet, lease 267-0564. Industrial yard. Must lee to .
Independent Appliance Dealer. appreciate Ideally located With
ROOMS Von ITlNT I floors
gas fireplace, city water
: phone collect, Jim Dcamon, ( or commercial space GE nEFRIGERATOft! good cantlltlon. this one. 801 ft. on TltusviUe'a main
and Ideal for doctor's
2553211, Daytona Beach. available $45. 2676115. TV. EMPORIUM I or East West arterial highway ,
PRIVATE ENTRANCE and private I dentist. office $$24.200.% down,
"' bath. 1 or 2 men. $10 weekly, balance over 5 Excellent Investment income :
Business PropertyBEST 267.3577 : 2. New-3 bedrooms, 2 baths, yeari.
Phone 207-2090, now plus (of potential i
I central a I r conditioning DUPLEX, 2 bedroom, large living Increase.157Exceptional.
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STORE location; ocean Improved : ROOMM$ 1"01MEN.. lCit hDpri,. See $15,900,00-VA, no down pay rooms, city water and sewer $150
lots, large duplex sites; ileges, TV and washer. AM tVM ment. flU $600,00 down. per month income $15,500, $88 business prop-
easy ; KuettnCr after I p.m. LISTINGSNIEDED monthly, P and I. erty located on U.S. No. 1 Just
rTJ.vlrlne;: north of Mima. Corner .
267-1481, property (
S'L iP N"ROOM, single or double ; ;; Homes 3. We have other 3 and 4 bedrooms NEW 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath large has 362 ft on U.S. No. 1,
Camping Hunting private entrance and bath, Magnolia that can be bought living room, double I carporte, central 281 ft. on Irwin Avenue and
267-C968.! neat. $16,000, MOO down till 362 ft on Old Dixie Highway
New office i for $ OO.oo and $600.00 down.
with experienced
per montb, including principle, Modern bushing has approx.
SHASTA TRAILER, 11W2\ good con
'dillon, sleeps 6. 267.9381. The Titusville Star- sales person?!. Needs lintingi Interest, taxes and insurance imately 3000 sq ft. Suitablefor
on homes and .
3 v Care in Lagrange Acres have buyers. Call Mr\ Luck 3 BEDROOM 1 bath, stucco over restaurant many ,use fraternal such as clubhouse motel I ,
.I !, Child Advocate, 1 1st In circu- for appointment JOHNNY A. MOLES concrete block, 100 x 178 ft. yard, roadside attraction, etc.
fruit trees, furniture goes, In.
KIDDIE KEEPERS, fenced yard, lation in No. Brevard Ray C. Carpenter 1240 Hopkins Avs.Acress eluding range and refrigerator Attracts \priced for use.

2679570. Only 113.650. 29% down, balanceover ACREAGE
-- -- 2'/i Miles North of Titusville. Beautiful 3 Frem Magnolia Plata S years.

and 4 bedrooms on big/ lots with trees 2 Realty 105-201 ACRES located In north i
So, US No. 1, Tltnsville 1 267'8813 I TitusvlDe, Florida NEW S bedroom. 2 bath, eonvei. west section of city. Prime "
full baths formica cabinets ducted heat
I 1 atonal financing $17,8M. Dowel MM for housing and business.
range and hood. Sodded yards. Priced I Tel. 267 6327 Day or Night payment $950. Large living room, Frontage on South Lakt. Gar

from $14,000 to $16,000. Call 267-4160 from JUANITA MALOTT turquoise kitchen, firepl! -e. I den Street and new 195. Will .
9 to 3. See by appointment. I BE SAFE! Oats) { tell all or part. ,
267-7559 after I p.m .1. chlLDRE hEAtTY, '1J3-20 acre sdMMslon l site. I
267-5563<<: I This high roiling land Is worth
BE SURE!! i __!. -mss" _- -- -- I rftve

Deal Only "North Brevsrd' Oldest Reel Estate Service"

I' Pswssepnalhmeppmtbmfd.. 001. 401-Two adjacent lots In India
:, a.*...,.TM Scent mist,1IIr.... With AREALTOR I & it! River City 50 x 115 each. Total
aN mot. mtttm atsrtiitMl Mis 11 leI 'PAKKLAND= ESTATES>>f anConwa9 price $3500.404INDIAN .
i ". awa ... g..s./y. RIVER PLANTATION .
I I SUCH' red t $sedrGN. .h'.... !I ESTATES. Large one

.. NadmMI.p I r:d taMtliS, 'baatg NO moNir SOWN a NO ciotme com 10v acre homesltes on paved roads
Plw sM seal Private stmaW .a. ruicNAiits a MINIMUM' MA rttMSNewMt eR a.ta +14.phw Nice setting, close 1 In but still 1
IwrscM all MdrtM laartnwtalament,, NEW HOMES Look for this wssaMgS. I retains pleasant country atmosphere.
".. LUXURY Cftu..... PI.,.,.... "* \ / symbol for I Ail r 1/l1 Priced at $2995 with
...... ... .... ...tH..... DESIGNED mort nwaWn' oWoomort l hi your 8 10" down and M per month.
Hi* unset Mort lunury' ot It'* pricolMoienry. protection. It signifies !
...... .....,." FOR BITTER with: brkk fronts, Wf londscaped 408-4 lots toned BW (Wholesale

FOR so"s"Nfty..NMI1UOIO ..... yards Colonial aluminum and integrity 1. NO QUALIFYING! Only $800.00 down and $84.00 and warehouse), Total site of
LIVING windows/ ttlo baths with M color high professional I 132 ft. by 224 ft. Priced'
month. Three bedrooms
Deal per two baths. Beautifully $15000 with terms.
AxtvrM o terrain floors ...._ standing. only open
: I :; \ am :: clou with Ieuv and dean a double with a Realtor Only a maintained yird $11,600.00-Located in top grade 410' -Two 50 s 100. foot lots la
.,, lee. 5 eeE ar ilidino gilts door ovorlooklng' .. yard! ebulIMn Realtor this town. Zoned R 7. $sooo for
displays seal.
LITTLE.M: J .:= 3 AND 4 IRS. TV (jocks. Ml* window slid community. Check this one out. both, some terms
.wrM .wdSeU1. .. ;; Brymn-Conway daWlnatead
.fi silly room .4Op.llee wotor kttht
., ............-....... 1,1H, 354 BATHS CENTRAL HEAT a twicrvlo eVrMway* Inc. i 2. ATTENTION NEWCOMERS:

S e and MOREI Gt :Hge) M. Barley, Jr., .'
Inr.Cimpbell:. J If you are considering purchasing a home In North ;

.-. ,112 BEDROOM RENTAL APARTMENTS $11,500414,030 tO::: k.uMhtlidkhomInfNRTepiemu Associates, Brevard. why not lave time and money by havingone
.t. ........, ,..... (}\) rang with hood a.dteme.. Doublesinks
I UNFURNISHED FROM 1100 MONTHLY < .i .._..... Pored, ooMtil In:. of our trained professional tales staff conduct /
1 Furnished models now on display, Oct. Occpuancjr J. W. Childre, RealtorDanenburg's family
of have
t Beach your on a complete tour our area. We

Realty I homes in eVery price range in nearly every sectionof DANENBURGREALTY

MOOns OPEN FROM $80 MONTHLY Duffy's Real litate town. Financing to suit your budget U also avail

IMPERJAL' SII THEM NOW "biclvalnfl' ftrliKlpk: hitsrMl, taMi, Edwards Realty I able. Occasionally we even have an excellent rental.4Urylts't.eoneuay .
I _4r Imuronw, Kaon; and lot. e) Ed Kittles Agency I

-I Harris Realty Inc ; 1514 South Waihiajtoo
L. B. Newman AM 7-383

= NEAR SCHOOU e CHWCHH a IHOPPHM CtNTttS PAIRS 1 Donn Searle Realtors I & t UnJ/.J *Sn Opea .... II oa. tin Sat.
br appnesleent!
41 W. J. Smith Wire Maya aa4. oaUcr etpaat

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Monday October S 1964 Tftuevllla. (IP..I) Itafr. _.. '. f/pi 8.a

I Real Estate Buys In The Star-Advocate Are "Good Buys" : \Ih'MI

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t7rlydleaN Prraedtlg. Peg.Wt Help Wanted Mobile Homes M...... r.witsu Real' Estate Servkei Want To Tn'- 'tt\;

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MALI MI! WANTED w--- : -- MfM. ... M Inn
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1 1I chain OieTttuirffle, tea aevaral arxmiBCf I* Moaa.I: 110M!: OWNERS 1W7 atana RtoiVRMON. 2 bertroMns\ Trafe cheap;! .*W7 irti. ,< CLASSIC HOMESHwrr c I 730 South Dixie I ... i\r:\ K. Allen.t'

wy alit nlerl PeraanonlfoiMmf eonpaiiytaneftla LIVE RENT ran .r WT! : 9094 f04 ghlwd" .__ NowhletR LbMpn. t'e0 t1e'MdeA14Ttet1 .etheo itriensed t)',thrRlwIt.pEltttl ('1ft" OM! U. S,1 1 I "' InuwMlllla ".I,,.

:nod Maninc Mlary, tlMt "-1M !I ... 11 III'. ',
I INlet ..... tilck ackoal .d.oU(*. FREE MovingUCAL StMJp 3 and 4 Bedroww. :2! 7'nU }3itN M Mtft'InMM' __I Indian River City! v!. 1"'I 100 tv 4s'31.. .....rh M..I tr
over 21, and dean a position for t'a'.r..ItNew.h.., at .e''"1.waeeeo

the future. Contact the T Eleven AND LONG dtetaaea. BK*. IinBUYi1NOWILL *. Wanted T. Root '. .
Stores office. ID3 N. Fluke. me. ,1
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_. I $25 dove peyren etc kB s eppl. 1--
c Pfcmw OBtex MeMaythru MovtIIl/SOfIIltlllDJ. .Ad.Ae. M rn '
mouth wIE bur your own hull : TRADE EFthROrIM, 1'IOt."r.' lxtdekgden :
S Friday t-8 b las!
: p.m er atop 1 arm mOOt! boa M at bell enfM.hrd. II else. aekfAlorilwd. .. .
frtemily fcrevaM' ittyfloww ift..II.
Eleven; Bdghbartioed T-. fill Lake LMIM! Mete. a. RWgeway[ at Olonml Heights LIN3TALLATiON1AS J' Must berm, .ntm end 1mhe. !"
Store to pick applicaUoi M I I IIlw '
up Become! your own landlord Real ErtW Hopkins! Aw South I .. &hI n. War AIIw. b gId4 ;':'::k 'a"... ,
sad et Information
r fi more Dot lean op rat rrp4pt seek 267-8641 Suburban Propane ..... re, 'I"I t!,,' ,I .
Thia 1i a equal opportun 1 Ity ompIoymt $>0 (XXIK Ml1$1. t. I M 58941711 MnMr sad ".11. I 'IM. them
to beautiful trailer Work Wanted
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AOPS timber" pantm* end tiA ; alter. S room' .
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Lost the Burnt trlf-owtifd mated, land ok! I Imam hoops' 111II Ieri $790; tlM\1\. owner, M. I NIGH SCROOL ;;: .....M*<..te4T. I" "V "fM .
1r0\itv water, beauHTilnhmhhcrv 2775 aradvateMai Ranh' wife en 1PI
spring Used Can & Tratkt ewe.w.n.erp '
.ablhi home park .
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on t'tft't.J'1IIIt IIt' 'We' slant Iv all. 11 :
lose aw4e walnut -
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1 LAKE LOtnSIt RSTATES | S BfFDROilM. i both, Mouth laire t' onikaudtltitni. ... end IIII "-s e M.11 It.. .,,' ww rl
treea 401< M el ,. .
LOST IN vicinity af Garden and 11 mllrn east of Orlando. on Lab 1 Burton tieipe\ hails *me*.' V lMe. C M *Vi..., t eke up pay 1 FORD 'i ten rick op tnM'\. hnokkmynnr. 1'fIfMIt' 2117.,1t. I=.A'h' ,?It\? ",,,h"I1.' ,.'"..a..1.. ,

Park Street Large Angora cat, I Route 80 Phone 5 W P761OH layton. ot '*2.487'1.1' Menu of |T1. :2HT44MI close, rail M7-M01 for InfnrmHnn .' ) UV *l ...'t. ... ''h. "t tl
CHRISTMAS PARK Telcpboe4 11.1. Ml SrnMttg ItIItIJ horns'" '. ,. .
block with white taco and chest''- I pklAttnrrt l f t* aMI < ".h. li" I
....r.. of ens eI eur di.$ male!. 261-lI183.1ler 1:30.: Route No M ihnstman' Florida HOUSE POt Mil i Ft>ROrtM. lu both. 'W) down. '- lip endMMtry' If ,b1! :ell "sat . ... .. ; In RAtiRiFR, Tatkm'! wcgv" *IITTI t.akevhw ttm 1 MM C.bn." r .1 IV mfcv 1
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-- Phone 369.2011October inMtMy ftenwier IM iltyS .. .
Yep all you have te 4* <. dtMIIt 587-h30. vi. 1'8 'M AC ndift 'M iIt'fl. 1 laK. kk .nlrl.latI. "a It's" I

trail ..!.. let H lit all Mobile Homes 4 LARGE bedroom, erred llr, I pr. "M tent pike $0. ... I7.3II1I1 AYAf.ARLE!: mU\'n t.WM. << r 'Is''del'-4'of 'I"Jd,4l..la.-amwa .1"" es.' ""01,

tee w.rk whsi you woe tit _... Specials! III CE eanripiiN**, f'ftA IH.rH, BEDROOM ROUnE.: M N. n... aRee I pm. hg mnthf road tnri Iqqe.r. the ..........",,' neM1oI,' .31p'" '
SK\T1\F SO X 1C'' -- 2 I tm down 267'3584HOVE Ices' f slotted ir enhnnlvhM.CIA l -nl'f'lt.tt'iPd.. \ dependable! Ull We'/I/ hcndl the wh.l lok fram tt..Oc;, I ,' ,
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Jwvlroom tMM for \ trail! (59.1441.C1tAllriM. ..
: IMMEDIATELY I, 1, I araolntwieM NT TT7HNKW ? nail"i n "K,,ii" nn, I'\ I
packing wKpitHnj TRAILER flOoR HINT ram, beater. nnly .Ann Ml -
STAR 50' N I bedroom -- ,,
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4 bedroom feoinee, brand "! **"* ".I ''I. r
center kitchen tW! : weir 4 BFPROOM brlrk hmnei. I .Ira, $5900. Cn twIH4 Rn.patenIMIRrIN1 UI 11 M' lIW' i, ,1 I Ir
area of meek highs prteM "M 'I.f4I : I.
TUakelFIDELITY 1 BEDROOM 10 wee trailer torrent STAR SO' 11 III' Rarly" Amerloa hne SIB t U dowtj p y ment aad tllf batha. ballt In ran,a and oven' 'MORIL1.' : UOMES I .": t'OVi1'-. .UYr! ww .J.......... Mn pm> for':aw wn... '
Adults only 400 Oak Ave. Deluxe .. RW. only DM monthly Mai iiaymeat. t hweu"wr. 4i; "fmnal, Intercom N. I' S I t. XtTXWl n : i ate, flMH.1 lltr Ml I
Oftceola Trailer Park. 26744U SK\UNFS4! x 12' :2 bedroom \'A down will M wen, rarpH. Double rnftvA iMo the :.woeoero.>,40 .lw.A,111h'I '.
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MyaMat BRKNTVOI > Ices 8 Arelt .... ........._.t. .
1 1th screened .
: Cir Retake pool .
-------- Deluxe HWJ. I TATFS. '''*e* o 0... red Taut",., 0 cylinder, 4 imrHl, He, .n3 "At.\fr.\ : ..11\ '.. .aM. to r.e..0.'II" '. ,
no tipe. I'MX down and
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TRAILERS FOR SAL I of foot'' I\I"\ peymen/a. WT lt3Jmr elan. : :
Used Trailers : ,< in '1M monthly 57.19:0.pl.S !:! In I Vl |te'w.4 Ikfliwnntul .t
pMNnef. sit lam M.,, 1r
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l"tIAR JOD : AND UP NEW 1"3 lblkbwetea, with itMIM net.i m ri"..Inn, .:
VAN LINES SPARTAN Imperial Villa, 10 I Wtnvely 'M NASHUA 4C)' x M' I lweom a neaallful Nthlv WMrlefM Wet N..bows teontehw" rude 055 than. 1,91W Inft.' : toR ." Aw4, 4". '''".ye, II 1..1,1, hl f.s
lot ..
Payment en your I III. .. .*. .... ..,.
it better 14 bedroom .. e" .
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STORAGE ft TRANSFERDAY interior, t bedraema Pentkitchen I Set up on lot with aunmt; Bedroom I B8 construction, with'* II4M 1 IIM (Mm HIM! MMM %j75" ieitUi fA'AT- ailS ) .. Iul I
factory air conditioning I 57 MAGNOLIA 40 XI 2 overtired Wa, t'tIv.-.d. with i* ilpped kitchen. terrarto floors monthly sa.'I_" "Mud, MTttllI ] ..L.ft.: K: I\oo."! tetisoat 1o.-.a ''5501.11.

OR NIGHT waahw, custom made aluminum I Bedroom. Iran led teeej en VKnol! 1 but Hie: bath. tliA w mnv.ntlnnal i MT M.i ITO M. t +iM..... W f. a=. M ",' .(I''t:'I
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includes 11 x 42 patio SMALL DOW PAYMENT K"' rte- ant era 1.'
Phone AM 7-022 awnings, EASY TERMSMARTINS 11 I *** 4aa OnlJ Hnanrlng Yoke Pvina Ton ;: atM MIRR7WO0.ITAN NA0I, karts ... ,anWS i II"'" eepoI MlM (:
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FOR SALE I z3$. J bedroom trailer MOBILE featuring ja ft. fcWroomn,! s:-yDROOM. ", both", ifreonalk rittlnn .led oWrtr fH? WMI I 1 :1.M 1 allsore

I If you have real! estate : with awning tlWO. Space HOMES SALES rhnnn colon Anrlh| coBntntct .it""' ..... "' <",( distance to ,i.ti"Q--: ;:t yrser-- ; L::. M w "':..l :: t"eetr.er

Available!, Campnll's Trailer Ion LaGrange area. \ mile OHihna; tichiiot, tear chapping\ I IUntnn. Alllft 8 h>'a'I'I l.ftr." pl.eelta.
to sell, or if you are I Park UH t. 507.3405. _. ___ 12J4 N. IT S. 1 north of Tlliuvllle off Old Did*. M-nter' 737iW. I IBuntneM I< km*. NT ISM: that 1 Con.t5elif a Re ""1.tMeaey' ..:AS w Iii I M.I1 Wl, I..klwui.

M OONiiQKT 51 I 10. Inctadlng TKunxlll :WWII CAlL M74.TOO I riM Attest. 1"IIf'1''T-', H_
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for choice real hod fII O\ "''. > IIMIN' MIM.AhNnlll
looking Mtihnnal wattwa ef eslwnp PALM BREEZE'NEW LN7\'El.OrF.S -- SUea Wanted M OtartftMrf
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classified aad expen ve carprUfec 01-11' I1AYIsTAILCI Attn Krift fnxelopea with clan) ( i,,)t'I''lh1llt\
estate our ;
use < m 00 for"vj'4 .
tint $5 'OO. Bell) for CW4J, now I fit mlltUII II TRAILERS GUNS bean. boat asap i h ewe Y .
Full .1(1.t BIn.M1'I" V I.ftm.
columns. I $.1615. Tharoai U. Dr......,. lot ; SALES CUSTOM HOME rnI. alteemmrnww" ,. t..,.. lIl' .. 'n.. UI rv AA us ." fotiir.t> .\ .
I one-Ion,. _.... ill .. at Htwmi. nn
23 Mobile 'annr' Feat" teed mm'Aaslee lnnla. /eewrlel .11 AHI' ..." .
New and Used Mobile Homes I NO Ct.(MING COSTS I prel..yr 'Mest. ete4rIe' met. :MM.eeia..MseeMII.11. es11. ., vents l 1d In.wn KMM f"""" cot' ..unIOn. .tu.M

8210 E. Colonial Drive lira. end lees emwee.' i We well "
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S RFDROOM. I tile bath deeorated '"'"
Orlando 277-OC71 central belt! and air, romtltinned I lrait. ran nr buy .w* tereheir APa. ""*a.e>.ini.....i rE"p InaoA i" :.__ !lYa fll... .1. RINK ten

II REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS -- ', landscaped IS 1 mike frntnfrom arilrkPmwnlag" Pints. t ,LermMwM1\ee e e'Sw. % ui "IN.lNen y'wlrwu'
I of i I Rents. 45 Ii' She Ae.ns, lot.tern. m.
ReprenestingMutual north gale tap Boating| George :n oa. i aa1MMM na ,.
I and fl 01\ ".itJAMM .
hlng' artful to river I.I """'ihip JT tu". in i d .

eluded On U 8. I, South nf Fdgfcwater Barley Wanted To t h"'\.le lItl'''' :::: M 1a M MRtrMWrf' tMrKIJ'N
( Buy IN' nf Vrr
Q I ai'rois from M.er Rh..... ,I I bard rauintt.bM.il' | N MRAIxiWW I ill. r,?
HOMES New Smyrna m.TnI .r' 42MMM.I .. iTjicD'AufoMoSTtii. Intl u.-, herobi, ,stern .
Inc.A Cloy AttaraHi e a tort N ro le attWJf: Macein: IItr
I HlM3-One Beautiful Am OnlyIUKXK OF OMAHA OR SALE 1 bedroom I bath II AM f XftMMArMINR. .rra.' 1r1311e.t stAtt or rtdnnu'.t: ,: I.?.,
L-M-Magnolia Ave.-Check thin REAL ESTATE 'ort//term :: t:;herll:: Ir., leave. N
*JUWO Dow*. Look at t .7 home at 1201 Thoiwe*. Imllao ,Mahn.,' IIIMw Mweiw' key' fur.A .
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180 *. CraeAaie a* UagaakaZonel (tow Eciraa > *raam tItett ANN SVt\KSTFIl RWM I IWeer nt r. *0t ANT, a.uut\ l ADDING ROLLS only IIIIIUIUM, Petrel "ntnllft ere. I'A1IAOxn... .
14 wtttl good I k...- e. and all P,H i.I.'m"I.' In' I .1
tome CMM-al Heat pa ,
Me each it the Rlur Advnrit, IItUMm 111 >iy iknuati. ? 'u I'' '
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Telal w.e..rU I IIEIP'IolWT i.I :: ..I. it.t: :. ::. ,
room CXI. items end Air Paved Drlwiray I I II A""nil.' Jtimi I .n i II
price Mily IIT, IO. owt r wfinance led tw many .thers'M' lintaerrr. SOUTHERN STATES havo I Nwid n..i4 if MMntaw.:. her! wee, ud"i .
rental : uiutrethl
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,t M e.. ,. '-'Y. housing, list It In ""atl.. ftt\tt Flrit I ROCK GARDEN "I\fie'till"''.1.\1"In. 'hi ifnlUI" a tee Mil i RI..till well 10, ",,,,i,or,?
I .. tk* ink <1.> ui (Jtiaief. 1.: mill. 'ihi, '' AtrM 1150 Ft. froMnce SAlES INC. .n'.t.! Rare opp.lrl full: ,II" .ii.l 5iWs Von! AM,, 05/11/ ; ,'i'i f.11k ;,
A The Stir-Advocitol NURSERYTwo M W
120-Ioeblela let urtlelkteg III
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r.1WOW Ieitl' to aeieiilre Im I tact|i will'" k, l I.k'. .flllwt r.by |*I< 'I" 111.' 'Inns 4 'ul b
on I4im liver lear Proposed Ilea t fceilraMi-tee, we Mvtwe .."....... hesiluflnlyMleoped Acre Nursery nallr. .b|1\| fc airiMo a. fI M e t-, ..ft" jj '" ", .
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la the R.C. ore. ..ellIoHWd. Dealer far Rltrerafl. .mll .. imilein I Mrk "''..* fWMir ill! ,1.1, | all T. b.I. I
Union CarWde Plant. tMd ....., M OBWWM Etewentary and. Cynrena MnNle tinmen, !>etni.).. m kith hams TUft a PLANT ffjnin! MMiki i III tB..ma/ I ..IMfIMn..' '1. I sorbetb..": l .1,11.hl,' u9

baa been tinned except tw Sftiwtl and' tiopptng proudly annnunre their 1905 line on Imllafi, River sclu I'll titnEHw, a riowrni! 111m..hlP. n II ,.. : .. .. 1 II. :I f tiUbl1:""d. .. I ,i

tall palm trees River frontage Center Total I with price la only tfM'' of Quality Trailer. .K'" ItIe!'raid. drli .- Wells VrUhltl a Pumps I .I""t. "" ...0....n't. ur as, at ,Pna.II. I.I.:,; .''M.w: ,,rII i.. :
OMA, move oily If' IkMwltsd In i home ?.1: ,, 111' DIM., finumbI1,. II,
provMea beautiful recreational down at wo,* a. the fiitimee ('mepkle .law Irritations" iC4J I Myn 1 .hw ........ ,, "1 M ,,.
See them Urtefiitiy displayed, on Wt rL1Y, nl III, >"t al
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area. Price $11,900 II II.S02 Like a brick home MOO "beautlfnl 'lamlnraped 'lids atPlorida'a aa Spite-mt .. ..IA, 'I ,h ..,., "4 1" Ii
not lad hing Piked ,, ,.
f! iiI"run .f 159 Nw.e loll I iyl1 '
Down handle thin beauty I neweM moist malernPark. .fA. r
with temiC .
In the 19'1.Iweumelele Free Estimates 1 r,111' I
Builder lined excellent ante I f ,bedroom iJ lelifRRiwN UI :, .t'; of Io'I:1: ;,\ I u

Hi color selection. the brick In OFFICE SPACE .... AVMnmMM B' kH..*ty N.. "MIIU, u,,,,I ll.. .',
33Acrea fronting on Scenic' a e electricnags I ,.. ..
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cores low maintenance conk, .. Ohl' ,Dicta !!leyBUYS ,
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ti.. CITY TRAILER wished md ,rotE' me.a..A lar.' Ines 1 "IIft' I ItJiv
and U. 9. Wuoew ,
Indue River and high resale value Need ONLY $fio PER MONTH r Mr lift Mn/ r 1Mtlel/ teas. I ',. .. rrk a vr, r oj ,

ttH n MUd er Apart. only awomana homeHSWBuement touch. to make PARK (Month tit rnontk bail) .. urldintO.I l with -.. -- ..- --- ass. a0e-U 1 Plntnl, fit jN1n I'N'
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your treeioa ; ,
Kent nun. partially rleared' 794 Clearlake Rd ." ur 11. ,,1III
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Yet full bu e,> i iI. t f'lI I" 1 I I, .1,1,, ""''I', I", 1
tropical trees, re nwea Cocoa Phone
crptor ,
most 2 ear IU'I'four' I'K.'VATE: BATHS :jr.hl:( II' ., I+ro..lo'' uruse. .
I 111\1" CIYS I I. River ftiwrfaee. T"ll ft ,.. ..rmJ"I"f" e
IUI Let ui show ymi nn
na J Betlrooma (2 Contain) 2 down l....'lrim, I'. hath \ \ 11'. naives" n5a.
aide fit ,
this aMelllfnt provides plenty nftpace During Our Introductory Haleyou RIGHT ON til. M. I eoel Uf Nn I In rihMvllfr .es' 71,* lit.I ",..1
pareeL I New'wrmtpd and In .
eaeellem ,, ,.
site rr I to Li' I/.lent"/ I. I IIi
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for recreational area can move! In All Futrin PHONE TfDAY' eieellei sesMiHM.14SS m"M. Al:wrp eel Mi 1'1,1, ,II.. I", J. ..... III 5b
... atari(e Hurry thin one Paid .
Area 14. FL a. n.I,1 I r Itr I yearnP
D10H( i went hit.H 267.5000 i r. etc ero'M....4Re I. Over I acre ",f 'lend 'In T1tw1- "0CuntefIIAnRAn I ......... ,
Ave f I' u'M n tnI
frontage '11ft Magnolia Zoned 1IB-3 Bedrooms 2 full Batha Slop it our office fnr a per
BuRlncn DM pas* thia epportumtf ewly painted in and out. ally guided ih'>wlni> Dnnn Meal.*. ReillorA'NOWIMO .w1 m Itath anlaedwe, Fes ",II\ItMHI. II.tlll. f. .. 'I'.. 011" Ib. risk, ne II'".'

to own i pert fI.t tTituivillra I Atilt In Range and Oven i elMre0e., to I ,Ma. 'hi Reatlsrwrr i $""n) JIr' ,&. qeLr i....,1'1.., .nw1., ". iflnin"irt.>r.*,.
.. degdng tihnrii 111 uffiur i .
: Patio High A Dry Indian IIN efrnAI ATUMI
tallest gxewiix ./. ,liver Heighti $''11I Down -h. eaeh' '. ".: M .l'll'I' i ,. r '.' Iffl,1.,' else
(tan u. i II rwit;; > in 'UK' Pr
tery Inveitora .... I WOM) Monthly Call now to I 4. 40 aerei nu Ml i. otSP3C' ) fI ?Ile: 11r ,:f'41n blI I

InipectII Ilxullous4sToleaslN I. ', "I A. ....1...,. hey Omy VI.onn" slice '',l sellI: :; ; hY"I',1 1, M, ':lel e"nr

A IS-10 Acts Well lolaledJimt "' I '103-Lovely 3 Bedroom 1 Bath I Iiirism e* .cI II IIf It I 't M flit lIlY,...laud. Real Estate lAc t'-A .J: f J ,. /; I=t A..i n::,,"',''.1' !

off U S. N*. excellent Home In I nice TihnlvRN u" ".l' ear h"H' sl,
aite for one or several hornet Drive by in* Pimrrmt I iIO WWtMvxs0tel1. / lien "NrhK eter' 7-M1M1 : .-., he4..1 ,4, .111 1,1' wnl ... ,,, l

-your chance for that homeIn Itwne and see and thin two centrally make located"*nt. I frnmtySueoeAJIm f ..... .--.. .. .... .-- .- .......-- ...,..rn." .dawn......t,,,. ..,.., 'e.'Ir '' a. I .....,.'.,1, 'I'I'', A'. I t,: p.III.$01,'lit.?I 1k,I r.In'IIy J
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the country you've bee meet In aec the fenced (In der en iauiv$ '_ It .n In 'lei nosnA j T'', II ,91104045he
yard Wall to wall carpeting TO MASH CAIBIWAY, ,In.I, 1lrw "I ill' 011I'1 I/r'n11/ 1'I.
wanting ,: I..Nn, .. 1 ..moth rly// 1" ,
Brand Jew, Drapery and IltOerglOCINtRI eel eeo9
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RW-One Acre Homeaitea many rstrai You will like Aso Alt I ;> OAKWOOD'MOBILE 'OOAV ": :!!IIIi: t'W'
tMa friendly ftefgMmrkood I i bI.: Jl"J IM/.r/ fW
three of .
Paved plenty! .
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for future home you mud I ""!l.. 1
elbow room, only a few lota your thli i to I",. 'II": 0 I
left priced at Only U99J. I lee I HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing rr e .JMI'j r In' .env' ur !f",

H.I03-Hurrit... Proof- Com l nnnlr'y' ...... tall 'I, III. nurM.4.p1 '
with $:=!!>9 Down. bom. : I1. I 1 Ii .I'I 'at' 10""'
sal b the WIn for VIM : (0.

R.23ButlderloU *> 123 fully fumi hed 2 bedroom lea itil'L'
I Seth! .built t. range and men I
fronting on county road., t0 Screened pouch StorntpmnfawnlBfa :

each-murt' be mid aa a pack Beautiful lawn and J.APtO 7$' I* \\\v\ LAltOI'': roof : ..

no terma. .. 112.KM total price ........, i
age gory with payment of tM 21 after eec ,...... "lieu., LOTS WITH!! SffUrrU80AftD iI L tw M ..
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Very nice Residential tote IRd .down payment ... ........ CXNXRAL wAtER IfRUSlfOr"-. ..... .. .J::"' : ....

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,... '- --- Ttrutvtlto (Florida. ) Irar.AVociM Monday. October I, UM
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,I Ii Ir P-TA Council Hears Legislative Program"P

lobbies are for the Mr:>. Davis discussed the act pornographic literature school a safety survey in the county uncil endorsed the project and
welfare of all children, not lust ion platform that will be pre'sented dropouts, child molestation, a last year. He said no legislation Floyd Hessler, principal of Sea
for schools," stated Mrs. Wayne to the state PTA. congress tax on mineral rights, and the concerning transportation had Park Elementary School, agreed
I Davis state PTA legislation In November. The group two mile limit on free bus trans passed the legislature since 1936. to seive as the councils thrift
j chairman, as aha addressed the was asked to conduct short sessions portation were all offered as situations Michael J. Mamguth, area chairman
__ Brevard County Council of Par on what In the council which merited action. of the U. S. Treasury depart-
Mrs Richard Divans was
ennt Teacher Associations The opinion, should be in the platform Thomas Smith, assistant superintendent explained the benefits to be derived
r council held its first fall meeting Maximum capacity for of finance of Ere by having savings stamps named' chairman of the council
Sept, 28 at Pineda Elementary buses, higher salaries for teach vards board of public instruction menu, savings bond division, | scholarship committee.
Serving with her will be Bill
School, Cocoa era, the shortage of textbooks, reported on the results of for sale in the schools The co .
Murray, Bernard Fstig, Mrs, Edward
i Norman, Dr. James Hilli-
ard, Mrs. Edward Hardesty and ,
PJ.H.S. Honor Society Tags ThreeThe A p. Schmidlkofer

The council voted to approachthe
school board about the possibility .
following Junior High jects: English, Social Studies, membership Is maintained through dent from West Virginia All of a change in the school
School students were selected as Mathematics, Science, and Lang continuous high/ scholar Society members become at. calendar that would allow school
initiates for the Parkway Junior uagcs However, acceptance Is ship and school,community attitudes tached to the National Organiza holidays to coincide with nation
Honor Society: Patricia Am' not immediate ,
lion and their membership is al holidays The 1964-65 budget
brow. Cynthia Hursey, and The student post record. are Formal Initiation will be heldat transferable to any school that was approved.
Diane Cato thoroughly investigated, and the next meeting of the Soel they may attend if that school
I, 1'j *' ., <. These student were selected. questions related to the school has an Honor Society Chapter, The next meeting of the council -
because of their records concerning ety.Eva will be Nov 23 at DeLaura
and if the student continues
i""I' attitudes are asked of the initiates Childcrs, a transfer student '
ti = citizenship, service, present, as well, as past, was also accepted as a along the academic guidelines junior high school Satellite
: leadership, and
*er character recommendations. instructors. After acceptance member Eva is an Honor stu developed by that Chapter, Beach
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In order fur the initiate to .TTTY.Y..YT. TTTTTT-
) make the Honor list, he must TYYYYY..YY..YTY..Y.
ii have an A for all major sub-

"I' 1 Schutt Serving A NO YEAR'S WAil

Aboard USS Essex Q FOR

Dewey E. Schutt, USN, son of
'i'iI' 'il Mr and Mrs John C Scutt of I
t 2928 South Hopkins, Titusvillo, V
is recently departed Quonset Point,
R. I.. aboard tne anti.submarine
aircraft carrier USS Essex for ,
l training operations! in the North I Savings left by the 10th of any month earn from the
Atlantic _\ 'f 1st, Savings insured up to $10,000 ($30,000 for a husband
Essex will join fifty other ships ,.... /t o and wife) by FSLIC, a. permanent agency of the U, S.
for major fleet training exercises Government
Involving more than 21,000 Navy.
men, She normally is the hub

y of an anti group submarine composed"of hunterkiller' surface : Current Dividend :First JeAeralLo SauutsCompounded

subsurface and air units de ,
sinned to find and destroy enemy : Rate I .114 uAMaclatl.a off TltutvIIU
submarines .Semi.Annually
Mp t Essex will visit Halifax, Nova Downtown Office Branch Office
Scotia before returning to Quonset Open 9 to 3 DaU,., Also 4 to 7 Friday. Washington at Main US N. Coquina

t Point : "" "" "" _"" "" "" ""A""A"" _"" ___ _._ ._______ ________ __ __s
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193 IN NORTH BREVARDConstruction the lower photo shows the swath cut
\ Is proceeding ai a rapid rate on Interstate through the sand hills looking west of Come One Come All Join In The
I 95 through North Brevard The above Garden Street Just east of South Lake ,
photo shows: the' mound! of fill to be used to Village:--S.A Photo,
bridge State( Rod 40 west of Mima and

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J I.1 I Oct. 6 : GOOD J' 0' illAl I

!t ;The Capo Kennedy chapter of urcs trators with/ aerospace firms
the National Association of Professional Earlier this year Mr Inman and government agencies or I NEW SMYRNA BEACH EDGEWATER r
Contract Administrators proponed and directed the Con those assocluted In related field
i announced that the OUoblr figuration Management Symposium desiring to attend may call J.
6 meeting will bo highlight in Los Angeles and was It Anthony at SU3-7811 for fur OAK HILLOCTOBER7,8,9,1O
etfby Peter C. Inman, responsible for the preparationand thir information ,
': As a recognized expert, Mr. publication of the Symposium
Inman will speak to the group draft copy of AFSCM 379-1. the Ole'GARET
on Configuration Management The meeting will, be held at
Ht has worked for eight years the Eau Gallic Yacht Club Dm
In- the development of ballistic nor will be preceded by a fel
njlmilo weapons system, including lowshlp cocktail hour I'ommene'Inll fMa"p --
six years configuration/\ at six o'cluck. Immediately
management following dinner, the evening
program Is scheduled
:As manager of Configuration .ct
for the Atlas Weapons Systemhe The National AtNoclutum of, "The cola shortage may w
Pioftmslonul Contract Adminlstiators
directed all conjuration
fore someone to Invent a as
documentation activities in support Is an oiganization estub machine that accepts credit
of the Atlas program and belied to sillier the alms and cards" -
was Instrumental in the develop Ideals of Coveminent contract I -
meal of Exhibits VII and.l IX to Inn and contract adimiiUtialiun 'I
AFSCM 37S-1, During the punt It strives 1 to inercaho the s ope I
i I i two. years he has worked with and depth ol/ knowkdi In tl") EAEWAG4AS 4U't' flMOI
If&udquartcrs. Air Force Systems field thr" ifch: cduc.,unal ad. I /r
t Command in the development vanrement and informiili mal I

of more advanced configuration interchange I Formula Far Savings e Parade-Wednesday, Oct. 7 FIREMEN'S BATTLE
Interested ttmtiact admin;
management proved !
; -- I i 430: P. M, THURS.. OCT. 8 7 P, MIn

t tr Front of Old Fort Riverside Drive
MOVING SOMETHING ? o Free Boat Rides I Daily

Guide Tour to Historic' Points of Interest along

1- I Inland W.t.rw v r A, M. to S p, M, Thurs, BEACHSIDE DANCE
I Frl, Sot Oct t, ., 10, .
'r',r FRI.. OCT.. 9 7 P. M.

Golf Tournament Oct. 8 9 10
1 ILKNffRENTAL At The Broadwalk

Municipal Golf Court

; o Old Fashioned Dress Parade

},a TRUCK Thurs, Oct I-JJ A.-Canal Street
5vt. (Print' for best coitumtt)
Old-Time Bathing Suit Contest 4
Thurs, Oct 1-1 P.M, 'yDent
lot red
.t Pint Pectoral Fountain, N. Dulo Freeway
}; (Per Men end Women-Awards ta lab 2nd "...dd, Wagon"

3rd pUce winners) G. Yowl

\ Wur old..
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It'. M airy to rent a Kins Track. V D H'1L.t. 'uhl-'
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Ilk .l One low cost covert everything! O : ,.
n. leseneeL Y.s'Ii find k- gd vm, 1
F, ii .Doa> wait nerfW da* ,... t torso Show-Sat., Oct. 10-10 A.M. widrers will Nt
vestal end NEXT TIM GET
A KING RENTAL T&UCK( o Sindspur Rldlacj Club ".rr......".
Phon JA 3-7326 It Cost So Little. G

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