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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: March 16, 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 )
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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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.84th Year No. 33 5c Per Copy Titusville. Florida, Monday, March 16, 1964 14 Pages Today Published l M9tp 1P nesdavs and Fridays

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Four Fires Keep ; .\.. ,' .."} ..' .V... .:"{ h,; 5.::' .;. ';'. .".;' ':."..",.t NASA Planning

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Men Busy SundayTitusville .yet\l > To Replace OldHcuulover

was a busy place equipment which caused three .

fire.wise yesterday as the Titus water heaters to break out tL'j BridgeApplication

four villa alarms.Fire Department answered into flames

Jail security was kept within '
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It began at 7:30 yesterday hand at all times, stated Sheriff ... ':'> < .
running when the department Leigh Wilson, although some "" -, ..t '4-0' ,, .>....* lt. k '!' has been made by 00 feet between fenders noramtChanntl fret below mean low water.
prisoners had to be removed r .. NASA for approval by the De : Vertlclc clearances at The bridge would be constructed
re.poned; to call at the Elks w: ,. .
a ,. ,11- .2 tII-; : ; ...: .H. ,.
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Lodge on South Washington from their cells and into an : ..aNASA- _.......-. .: 'H. partmcnt of the Army for per the centerline of the bascule ISO feet to the east of
Ave A area under guard. mission In construct a double leaves when closed would be the present old wooden swings-
fire had broken out in open TO BE REPLACED The old one-way today. A twin-leaf bascule type
the northwest corner of the The fire, which was put under wooden bridge, historic in nature but dan- bridge will be constructed to the east of leaf bascule highway bridge :27/ .3 fut above mean high pan bridge
building( behind the club bar. control In a short time, renderedthe gerous in fact, which crosses Haulover this one and AlA will be relocated to the across Haulover\ Canal at Allen water and 27.5 fut: above mean The road which the bridge
The fire caused by a faulty county wide radio main Canal on State Road AlA, will be replaced east.: (S-A Photo). burst t t.The t. low water l serves State Road AlA, Is to
lighting fixture, was quickly ex transmitter out of commissionbut according to an announcement by proposed bridge would A submerged power cable be located to the east of the
tinguished. service was restored within have a horizontal clearance of would also! be placed across the present structure.
two hours. to the Intraconital Waterway channel, burled at a depth of 18WE'RE Announcement of the new
Damage was minor, accordingto bridge.: probably assures the
Fire Chief Jim Brown. At 4 p.m. yesterday the department Board Will Consider future of Haulover Canal as an
Shortly after the trucks were answered a call to important part of the Intracoast
uaik m line, the department was an area west of State Road al Waterway, even though; it will
ejjam: called, this time directly 403 across from Sunswept be within the property being
errors the street at the Brevard Homes area. The brush fire was purchased for the Merritt Island
County Jail. thought to be extinguished but Zoning ApplicationsThree Launch Area The property
A fire had broken out at the at 9 p.m, last night the depart. north of Haulover Canal was
jjil and investigation revealedit ment had to return to the scene purchased 1 primarily for safety
was caused by defective gas and extinguish another blaze. parking plans and three Parking plan for Rhodell!! Mur to R t3 to allow apartments, purposes.
rezoning applications are up for ray's Billiard Parlor, to be locntcd K. L. Remington for property Gate to the MILA area will be
action at tomorrow night's inciting on south side of South south of South Street to R.3 and located south of the canal bridge.
of the Titusville Planning and Street will be presented n-l 1 to permit multiple dwellings
With completion) of the new
Zoning Commission Plat of 'ountry Estates, Unit and business area
bridge and subsequent removalof
A revised parking plan for a No.1, will i>e presented for tentative Re'toning applications to be the old span, another bit of
takeout restaurant, proposed for app1'\) "I. read for the first time are:
history will be removed from
the east end of the Big Apple Rezoning applications up for Joe D. Milhcny (for Gate Pet t C the North Brevard scene The
Shopping Center parking lot, will consideration are: rolcum Co for property on the
old wooden bridge has long been
be submitted by H C Kirk R L. Hawk for property on northeast corner of Grannls Ave ,
A parking plan for 236.unit northeast corner of William Ave nue and Garden Street from B.IA a landmark, The narrow span
apartment complex will be submitted nuc and Grove Street from HU-1 to C.1 to allow a service station has been termed a traffic hazard
by John Huston It has to R.2 to allow owner to constructa Tom Yodcr for property at for many years and Is growing
been examined by City Planner rental unit on the lot northeast corner of Ronald Street / so more each day with the Increased -
DeWitt McGee who has listed Tom Yoder for property! east of and Park Avenue from R.I to traffic It has been
some recommended changes. Eon Air Subdivision from Rl\ B'1 to permit retail stores, termed too dangerous for school
buses or trucks to use end students
!, living north of the canal
AlA Traffic To Be Limited GunDeath have bad to walk across till
spun from one bus to another If
: Y at they attended classes In Titus
After Fence Gales Erected x ( + : ville. It has been used f for

., )ors by,Wurmen' who are convinced
Motorists 'on Jtforth Merritt Island bout three. milMTiorth, of the 'Mrs. 'Muffay Elizabeth Cariow that Haulovtr fishing lathe

'! .,... in the area taken over ,barge canal. Smi'hr28' of 112 Lemon St., best: .v\ the ,world.
have the freedom to drive any the bland at the south end of self.inflicted gunshot wound, tT : ', '.' ;Della Rocket
where they wish after October MILA as well as near Haulover according to Tltusivlla Police 1''ti '$ ''ot'' :t., I
e ''''f
1 but the island area won't be Canal. Lt. W J. Bohannon 1'00 /

entirely closed. NASA spokemen said that Investigation revealed that ."...i .t.>0..,. ,i Set To Boost

NASA has announced that there will be security patrols Mrs. Smith was discovered dead Sd ,. :lt. '" '_ I
a guard gates will be constructedJust along State Road AlA and that
by her husband In the bathroomof RAISING THE ROOF It be unusual but Satellite Thurs.
south of
Haulover Canal, on there will possibly be some type -- may
the east end of the Titusville ol check at the various gates, their house while their three this Is just tho way they're "raising the roof" down at
causeway, on the west end of but the toad will not be closed childern were ikeplng. A gun Imperial Towers, Titusville first hlgh-iise apartment An Explorer satellite is
a' t fih NASA Causeway and on AlA a. entirely to the motoring public. wan found at her side building Jack Mintzer president of Irving Industries, Is scheduled for launching early
j The deceased was born in shown at the left pointing to the roof raised about four Thursday morning at Cap
Port Sanilac, Michigan Sept D, feet from its original location "stacked" on the fix floors Kennedy,
i Several Band Members Win 1933, and was a member of St. below.' The roof and five of the floors will be raised into The three-stage Delta rocketis
I Teresa'. Roman Catholic with the units located the ,
N ; -c position hydraulically, atop slated to lift off at 4:43 a m.
Chuuh. steel beams.. Long threaded "Jacks" are affixed to the to start the satellite on its 625n -

Superior Ratings At Contest She is survived by her hue floors and roof around each beam and the hydraulic lys- lie high! scientific) missioinito

band, Richard E. Smith; one lon, tem is engaged, turning( the threaded "jacks" and liftingthe study the ionosphere and to
!Jif Titusville High band received! Winning superior ratings were Daniel Patrick; two daughters entire unit-r. which weighs (in this instance) nearly serve as a tracking target for
200 tons. (S-A Photo). the Intense ruby red beams of
a "good" rating in the district soloists Bonnie Holsmger, clarinet Connie and Valendia Smith, all
contest held in Daytona Beach of Titusville .'" ,., the laser, silence's revolutionary
her father Harold "'
; p Tr v .r 1.>I't.
Locldm r -
Marilyn and /Barbara ...
IT'S UP HERE After the fire has been extinguished Saturday but their performancewasn't Carrow of Grcenbunh, Michigan; J.. ; ., 7'f'JI.\. new tool
I :
good enough to qualify Coyle, twirling; the flute trio brother i "t. \:; Thu Delta will be seeking its
and smoke has cleared away, Fire Chief Jim Brown one Harold Carrow Jr. ; .... \
works to take down"a faulty lighting fixture that causeda them for the state festival later composed cf Louis Norcross, Diane of Deroit, Michigan; and three 1 23rd straight satellite launching
blaze in the ceiling of the Elks Club early Sunday. Ma- this year. Chaffin and Terry O'Neal; sisters, Mrs. Patricia Perosak success Thursday. It is made

jority of the damage was to the ceiling.-(S-A Photo). Competing in Class A, the Ter. the clarinet quartet composed of and Mrs. Barrel Campbell of by Douglas Aircraft
\* .. rler band and the Melbourne Bonnie Holsinger, Elaine Rorvik, Detroit and Mrs. Alice Green- Major purpose of the 120-
High band each won "good"ratings :! Virginia Johns and Martha HuJ- tier of Oscadu, Michigan. fu pound windmill.shaped package.: *
Three Events Of Special NoteII In Class AA, Cocoa was son; and saxophone quartet com- Smith Funeral Home is in Is tr(> strive (for the most compre-
also rated "good". In Class D, posed of Joyce Queen, Barbara charge of arrangements hinsive survey to date of the
Eau Gallie won an "Excellent Ziegler, Christine Miller and Lyn ionosphere, an electrified atmospheric
Opening session of a course on second in a series of landscape rating.!! Thus no county bands Farmer; and the team region which reflects
1 pnli ics will be held at the Titus school sessions at Whispering majorette BJC(
qualified for the state meet. composed of Marilyn LoekJin, Department radio waves back to earth andmakes
ville Chamber of Commerce Hills Elementary School However the majorette team, Barbara Coyle, Terry O'Neal, possible long-range com-
II building at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Another event tomorrow nightis three ensembles and three soloIsts Sherry Blalock, Leslie Hogue, munications on earth.
registration for the course the 45th anniversary birthday qualified with "Superior" Karen Duncan, Diane Chaffin, Head To Address z1M; The satellite Is designed t{)
is necessary. party of Titusville Post No.1, ratings and will make the trip to Cheryl I Huber, Susan Treadwayand send radio signals of varying
I Also tomorrow night is the American Legion. Tallahassee. Myra Broylcs. friqucnues: to more than 80)

Art LeagueFrank ground stations In 33 countries,
.,. 'Y U .... : '"'1.'" by which scientists hope to obtain
'f'w '
n '( BIglow will be the guest the first truly global map
.' speaker at the coming meeting of "" net of the Ionosphere under varied
: :
: 4 b ....; .. this Titusville Art League Wednesday ri t a conditions of solar .activity by
\; evening. March 18th\ at studying the strength of the
8 o'clock, Mr Biglow's subjectwill slgnils received at the widely
be "What's New In Art?" scatiered stations ,

e ri + t 1 y 7 Mr. Biglow is bead of the Art A pyramid-shaped cluster of

J .i.r Department on Brevard Junior 3M:! ) one.inch diameter mirrors
College Titusville will be attached to the of
: artists were top
NOT A MISSILE CONTROL No, this Isn't a control
privileged to have him teach art the satellite to reflect the beam
panel for a missile firing or even for a computing machine .
here In high school in the adult education program f for two years. it's the control panel for the hydraulic system, used to a tracking telescope at a. Wal-.
He is a fine and wonderful teacher raise I the roof and floors at Imperial towers. The dials in. Pips l Island, Vs ground station.

and a most !interesting per front of the workman are for each of several hydra(Ii. ,,(, L1ic laser' light'gun has a liJC-

son units and each has a rotating measuring device beneatrf Yhch j" synthetic! ruby rod ,which
lie Is steeped In the lubJft.1111I it. This unit is located on top of the floor being raised 'becomea7tsghly energized as itta
l his classroom casual conversation and, as it is raised, the measuring devices indicate dist- :cm* aiV excited by the flashing
,sn4 Is always informative and ance raised at each of the steel beams The dials control of'xenon gas high intensity

.. ... educational with bits of tide and Information always filled on the the rate of ascent at each point which must be kept light and in a chain reaction
..._ artist within less than an inch of one another during the produces a powerful concentrated
some or some work of art.
In short, Mr "raise". The floors can be raised one "floor" every two( red beam of light which
-. ,i. ,;" "q;" .. ... ;"... .",, to the Art Center Blglow's on March coming Httii hours when the process gets underway. The roof is raised can b'. directed by the (telescope
'---- .- -- ,, + oalrr. : i one of the highlights of the to the top of the beams already in place and "parked". Cy treasuring the Unit required -
-- -
-- art season, and will Four floor are raised and temporarily "parked" beneath for the light beam'to
TO OPEN SOON All done in the Williamsburg; motif, plete with drive-up window and four teller stations the want to hear and everyone see whateverhe the roof. The fifth floor (which will actually be the travel to ..he satellite and bounce
the Indian River City branch of First Federal Savings and attractive structure carries out the early Virginia theme, does second floor of the apartment building) is raised into bark to the tilescopc, computers
Loan Association of Titusville will celebrate its grand both exterior and interior. The wing to the south (left in As always all persons Interested place and permanently Then the process) continues hopa &to b| able to accurately denttngjne
opening during the week of March 23-27. Located on the this picture) has four offices, which are or will be rented. in art are Invited to at steel going into pace, hydraulic units attached and {ho. position of the. pay
east side of Indian River Plaza, the branch faces both the Enclosed by two covered walk ways connecting the two tend. The Art Center Is located up will go the roof and the floors, until the top is reached load; not possible with radar
Plaza and Coquina Avenue (the view shown above). Com- wings: will be a formal rue garden.: -(S-A Photo). just south of Tituaville Library some CO feet in the air-(S-A Photo). and other tracking devices



I Pap. Tltvsvllle ( ) Star. Advocate Monday, March; "U, "64.PoffIngram

New BooksAt

round town I Library

A' 1 Nrtog And Notes
/ at the Public
..iii New books Lib'
t Oj''Nortll Brevard
Ph4M 267-3994 barbara carl&onFriday rary:

was "check presenting In the home of :Mrs.! Scotty situation. The meetings, heldin

dsy" for two of our local Wo Brown, 100 Dozier Ave. Reservations the Library, are open to the "Audels Pumps, Hydraulic.:

man's Clubs who recently completed may be made by phone- public. Air Compressors" by Frank 0

working on major fundraising ing Mrs. Brown at 267-3453 or Graham, "An Introduction n,

} Acacia Circle projects. Five membersOf Mrs. Andy Roman at 2f17- 889 Members of Whispering Oaks the Language of Music" b\

the Community Affairs Dept.of by noon Wednesday. Garden Circle are quite proudof Stephanie' Barach, "Oriental

Meets At Home Indian River City Woman's the young Coco Plumosa Rugs In Colour" by Preben Lit

Of Mrs. Clark Club were on hand Friday morning Mrs. O. A. Horkan from Palm trees recently planted in betraa, "Carefal, He Might

Vows SaidMiss to present a check to Mrs. Moultrie, Georgia was guest of the Whispering Oaks area. The Hear You" by Sumner Locke

.t$ i V. Acacia Circle held Its March Ella Shlmer, administrator of honor at a St. Patricks Day City of Titusville donated ,and Elliott, "The Tulip Tree" >n

Ton!a Patricia tngram, meeting at the charmingly mod Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital, luncheon Friday at the home of than 300 trees a- Howard Rifsby, "Lords of the.
ern home of Mrs. Wm. Clark, to cover the cost of "blood planted more
daughter; of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred a Mrs. William Burr, 1806 Diane long the streets out there which Blue Pacific" by Robert c

B. Ingram, 1 Orange Court, 2731 Thursday Pine Ridge March Drive at 8 p.m. machine" for lab. This small Dr. Mrs. Horkan has been Visiting will make quite a noticeable Sugg, "Honeymoon House' i b\
12th with
IRC, became the bride of John R. H. Tibbetts acting as co-host.Mrs. but precise Instrument will be with her sister, Mrs. Thomas change within the next few Florence Stuart, "Massacr,

Edward Poff, son of Mr. and ess. beneficial in saving hundredsof E. Smith of 1603 Oriole Circle. years. Creek" by Archie Joscelvn

Mrs. E. H. Poff, 213 Capron Rd., lives because it only requirestwo After a delightful lunch, the "The Loving Sea" by Capt .l I
One of the
IRC, in a ceremony at Central most Informativeand of three drops o-f blood for Y Cousteau, "Form and Fun
Baptist Church on February IS, interesting programs of the tests that before required nearly following guests enjoyed playing; Tie second session of a Landscape tion In Plants" by John D Dodd

wtth Rev. D. V. 'McAllister officiating. year was presented by Don Va Cup Presenting the check bridge: Mrs George Fey, Mrs. and Garden School will "JFK, The Man and the Myth
Zcbley of Flowers of Distinction. be held tomorrow night from
were Mrs Clare Slfnms, dept. Coleman Burke, Mrs. Phllrp by Victory Lasky, "Greece' oy
Zebley conducted an informal 7:30.9:30 in Whispering
chairman Mrs Penny Kieffer<: : : p.m Eliot, "Medieval
The church was artistically demonstration on basic fresh ; Claybourne Mrs. Fred Griffis Hills School Cafetorium. There Alexander

decorated for the 8:00 p.m. tp flower arranging as the members MM Barbara Cromwell Mrs. and Mrs. Ben Pecha. was quite a crowd at last week's Costume, Armour and Weaponsby
Barbara Nunnally Dr. E. Mmovltch. .
Two seven tiered asked
ceremony. Y countless questions in following session but there Is room for
candfeabras flanked the altar each step Pathologist and Mrs. Mrs. J J. Condes, president more and still time to reIsterlor

with palms and altar baskets lie began with an oasis fit in a Shimer. of Titusville Woman's Club, call this Interesting course. Even

holding Easter lillies and mums. container, covered by chicken Co-chairman tot Titusville if one or two lectures are missed, "Let's Find out about School"
ed to remind about two
-The pews were marked' with : wire and then wired or taped'In Junior Woman's Club's Winter events us this week, the registration fee of $1.50 in- by Martha and Charles ShappThe

bows of white satin and the aisle place to remain solid. Green foliage Carnival presented a check for the club's coming dessert up.card party cludes literature and pamphlets hardy Boys The Miss
' was laid 'with white carpeting. was used and then the! fresh nearly $4,500 representing pro of.,
tonight at 7:30: p.m. to benefit telling all about the topics ing Chums" by Franklin W. Dix
, artistically arranged. lie ceeds from the dance and the
The bride given in marriage
: discussion. This school Is co- on, "A Holiday for Mister Mus-
, '"' by her father, chose a formal created an unusually lovely centerpiece Christmas Money Doll to Ray the student scholarship fund, and sponsored by Brevard County ter" by Arnold Lobel, "America1

gown of chantllly lace featuring arrangement using a Ledford treasurer for Pride, the Friends of the Library Agricultural Office, Titusville First Woman Astronomer" by
Mr, and Mrs jhn' Edward PeffLegion's white candle in the center of the The
Inc., on Friday afternoon.
a scalloped neckline and meeting Thursday evening at Garden Club and the American Rachael Baker, "Sandpipers"by
' long molded sleeves. Her bouffant oasis and surrounded by foliage, club's main project for the year 8 p.m. Association of University Wo Edith Thacher Hurd, 'A-
.. carnations, lavendaf Iris, pussy was a Civic Center for the TI.
veil was held by a double 45th willows and baby breath.As men. bout Insects That Help Plants"by
. crown of pearls and crystal Birthday tusville area, and these funds Topic of discussion for this Gertrude Hevener Gibson.
an added feature he then will be used for this project. group will be a book by Denis
and she carried Mrs. Jill Flink of 440
.. teardrops a Abbot "The First Book of the OlympicGames"
made several of Mamie Warner, "The Last Confucian",
corsages Mrs.
Mary Andrews, chairmanof
white orchid encircled with Ave Is putting together a Walsh "The
com John
by ,
Dinner Tomorrow NightThe Eisenhower carnations, baby the dance; Mrs. Dodie Powell, a story about the So. Viet Nam
white carnations white
: on a breath and tulle tufts, carefully co-chairman and Mrs. June munity calendar for Greater First Book of Communist China"t.y

Bible! American Legion's 45th promptly at 7CK: p.m. explaining each step. He also Huffman, second; vice-president Friends Of Pride Inc. to be printed in the William Kinmond, "How

- Mis Lynda Poff, sister of the birthday will be celebrated witha Many guests Of both the demonstrated the method of mak presented the check to Ledford. Library Star-Advocate each week. Jill Books are Made" by David C

: groom, was maid of honor. She dinner tomorrow night March Legion and the Auxiliary are ex- ing several tiny flowers from a To Meet March 19 will list all events of a culturaland Cooke, "Nino The Legend of

. wore a bone satin street length 17th, at the Legion Hall on petted to attend. The Birth larger one to get a more grace entertaining nature that are Apache Kid" by Clay Fisher
: dress with gold brocade. Her north U..S. 1. day Dinner Is an annual affair ful effect. He then presented the Titusville Jr. Woman's Club The newly reorganized Friends open to the public and requests "The Cloud Eater" by Katherine
. shoes and veil of match. will pay tribute to the SeniorWoman's of the Library will meet at 8 such event Reeves "Little Horseman"
were a The TilusYiUe Unit No.1 1, given by the unit for the Titus corsages to Mrs. Moore and Mrs. anyone planning an by
. ing gold and carried a bouquet American Legion Auxiliary, will ville Post No. 1.It I 1. Traylor who guessed the magic Club this Sunday at a pm. Thursday, March 19 at the phone her at 267-0285. One other Mabel Watts, "The House that

: of white carnations with prepare the dinner as its gift to will be 45 years since the numbers.A Mother-Daughter. Tea from 2- Titusville Public Library.Mrs. reminder, be sure to notify her Jack Built" by Anne Sellers

gold streamers. the and will it short business meeting en- 4:00: p m. In the club building on at least a week In advance. Leaf.Cannon's .
: post, serve founding of the American Legionin Hopkins. The tea is being J. J. Condes, who is endeavoring ,
Bob Robinson served as bestS Paris, France. The name sued at which time Mrs. Jansen, to reorganize the
planned by Mrs. Hans T. Walker -
man and ushers were Bob Watrrrose Hibiscus Garden was chosen at this meeting, Circle chairman, reported on the chairman of the Home Life group, stated that there will be
:. and George Holodak. General club meeting. The group of each
amce known as the Paris Caucus Dept. and Mrs. Richard Van something interest at
Mrs. A. B. Ingram mother of Circle MeetsThe voted to purchase a book on
but such book review
the Legion's constitu Horn meeting, as a
chairman the
of Community

the' bride, wore a navy blue Hibiscus Garden Circle tion and by-laws, and the Pre gardening to be presented to the Affairs Dept. Membersof as has been given at two of the i
Titusville Public Library and also Bakery
dress with
: matching accessories.
amble to the Constitution were meetings.
. met Wednesday at the home of decided to participate in sending both clubs are cordially invited -
Her corsage was of white carnations.
adopted at the second caucus in
Mrs. H. T. Williams with 18 a girl to camp this summer. to attend the tea and bring Everyone interested in the -
.. Mrs. E. ,H. Poff, thegroom' St. Louis! 8th to
on May 10th
mother two- members ind four guests at. Mrs Kenneth MacLean, chairman along their daughters. Friends of the Library Is invitedto .
wore a 1919
tending Mrs JE. A.: Smith of the Nominating Committee
attend the meetings.
toned beige; suit with matching WE SPECIALIZE IN DECORATED CAKES
chairman, presided over the The first convention was heldin read the slate of officers 'for Area Girl Scout leaders and
accessories. Her of
:. corsage was meeting. The nominating committee Minneapolis November 10th the coming year and elected assistant leaders enjoyed a
orange'carnations. presented the following to 12th, in 1919.Trtusvllle were: Mrs. Wm. Clark Circle social get-together Thursday Birth Of SonIs ORDER TODAY -- AM 7-5635 -

Following; the ceremony a reception slate of officers for 'the coming Post got the number Chairman; Mrs. James Jicha, evening commemorating the Announced -

war held at the home of year: I by chance. About' forty posts Vice Chairman; Mrs. Paul Es- 52nd birthday of Girl Scouting,

the bride's parents.. The bride's Chairman. ;.Mrs Paul Bam formed soon after the war under' trada, Secretary and Mrs. T, A. in the Friendship Room at First Mr. and Mrs James Irvin .
. book was kept by Miss Anita guidance of Sumter Lowry.. Daniels, Treasurer. Ellis, son of Sir and Mrs Walter
Mazzsre. forth; vice; chairman, Mrs. Sam Numbers In hat to Federal Savings and Loan H Glenn of Mlms, are announcing ,ra.r..ar :a: Ps'
were put a Mrs.
Fitzhugh Traylor of Indianapolis : !
Clonts secretary Mrs. C. W. building Mrs. Lorraine Hirsh-
. The eouple is at home at 119 ; let delegates from each area Indiana was a guest the arrival of a son, born 'L"1
Kimes; treasurer, Mrs. Arthur berg, Brevard C. neighborhood Tuesday, March\[ 10, at 8 at '
N. Dixie Hwy., following a wed draw their number designation of Mrs. Kenneth MacLean and a.m. II'. _
. Carraway. Serving on the nominating chairman was nostess for the Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital.The prCrpr0;
ding trip to West Palm Beach. and so to avoid scrap. TheTitusville all present were delighted that 0r
committee were Mrs. A. occasion. Refreshments of cake, new arrival has been named
The bride Is a 1983 graduated veterans pulled num- she received the lovely shoulder a.a.a.o.o
K. Sehenck Mrs. Henry Merkel coffee and punch were served James Eugene. lie weighed eight 11,2
Titusville High School where ber 1 out of the hat. corsage. She commented on the {
and Mrs. Edward Enlgson. to the following: pounds, six ounces. Mr. Ellis Is
she was a member of FHA Titusville Auxiliary: 4228, Vet beauty of our area particularlywith
Mrs. John Knlsley presenteda Mrs. C. P. Durian Mrs. Jack serving in the Navy, aboard the t
FBLA and chorus. She is all the azaleas and early ,
an erans of Foreign Wars, will hold i
highly informative programon Goland, Mrs. Arthur Newbuorn, Observation Island lie left for '
bulbs In bloom. |
employee of Chelsea Title and a work and social session at 11 | BILL GREENE'SXD
Guaranty Company. flower arranging Her talk a.m. Thursday at the home of Also attending were Mrs. Donald Mrs. R. H, Bleakley, Mrs. L. W. Hawaii on the Thursday beforehis t
. was highlighted with a discussion Lucas, :Mrs. Nancy Wilfert, son was born. Mrs. Ellis will
The groom is a 1962 graduateof Mrs. Edward Cribbins, 791 Whiting, Mrs. Lewis Nail, 'I'
. Titusville High School where on the Importance of pre- South Dixie Highway Indian Mrs. Edd Moore, Mrs. Donald Mrs. James R. Watson, Mrs. C. be living with his parents until .
: ,
he was a member and vice paration of materials before River City.Members. Striby, Mrs. Wm. Sandusky, Mrs.T. M. Gautreaux, Mrs. A. J. Novot- his return from Hawaii.Where's .

- president of the D. E. Club. Heis creating the arrangement. One will make Easter A. Daniels Mrs., John Hock, ny, Mrs. Y. S. Huber. i '

: employed with B. B. McCormick arrangement .prepared for the gifts for the patients at the Bre- Mrs. Robert Heine, Mrs. Vernon Mrs. Juanita Pennington, Mrs | | JOE D'AGOSTINO'S
. and Sons. group was a striking arrange. Jansen, Mrs Charles Maxwell, Margaret Scotti, Mrs. Ruth
vard Home.
: Out-of-town Included ment of driftwood, ivy and .a County and Mrs John Moore. Mrs. John Duff, Airs. Anne Fulton, Mrs. everybody?
guests Each member is urged to at.
red camellia. She also assisted Hock was the recipient of a large ,
. Lookabaugh, Mrs. Dee ,
Mr. and Mrs. O. L.
Salem, tend and to bring with them a
othere in the group with their outdoor plant presented by Mrs. Merriman, Mrs. Chris Davis, IS
grandparents of the
groom; guest, who is eligible to join the Jansen door
as prize.
. ananscments. Mrs. Lois Sam, Mrs. Cynthia
Mr. and Mrs.
Davis and fi
who interestedin
auxiliary, or -
The hostesses, Mrs. H. T. The April meeting will be a Heaslcy, Mrs. Joy Robertson.
: children
Davene Kim and
helping the auxiliary with Its
. Williams, Mrs Norman Clark, tour of State Headquarters in Orlando Mrs. Donald Ford Mrs. Clare
Skippy Oak
Ridge, Tenn. (Mrs. work.
: Davis Is a sister of the bride); Mrs. J. E. Tourney and Mrs. followed by a luncheon. Kadlec, Mrs. Alice James, Mrs.H. V 18 CLUB I

: Miss Since Argo, Oak Ridge; Sam Clonts served cookies, nuts Discussion Set Arrangements be made by for contacting transportationmay MrrfWm. M. Seville, Mrs. Terry For- .,
and lime sherbet from table
a wet. Mrs. Dea Cadwallader
. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clayton, Or. For PTSA Sandusky at AM 5064.. o.
lando covered with a white linen cloth Tonight"New Mrs. Elaine Dehmlow, Mrs. Mar-
Mr. and
: ; Mrs. Ed Philam,
Tampa. with white mums and glads and Adventures in Living jorie Bunker, Mrs. Caroline Bell, fcg II ON THE INDIAN RIVER 11

: green felt shamrocks. with Youth" Is the theme for the Bradys Return Home Mrs. Jean Geso, Mrs. Judy Gun- frwouje1

I The guests of the afternoon P.TSA. meeting at THS cafe- From Houston TexasMr. derson and Bette E. Barnes. Sg AT TITUSVILLE 17
I I Giii 1l!
.. Ruth Circle were Mrs. Floyd Lee, Mrs Hazel teria tonight from 1:30: to 9:30 Mrs. Bleakley was presenteda [

The Ruth Circle of the First Lewis and Mrs. Bert Thomp p.m. Students are invited to view and Mrs. R. C. Brady yellow and green corsage by upJ S"g 0
: II
: son. two films to be shown "Age of returned to their home at 602 Mrs. Hirshberg. for an excellent .
Presbyterian Church
will meet
Turmoil" and "Early Marriage", Indian River Ave. last week job as cookie chairman this 0
: Tuesday, March 17, at 9:30 a.m., Sale Es
A round table study discussion at the Truckload
. in the Church lounge. Golden Years Club from Houston, Texas, whereMr. year. Special guest, Mrs s _
period, over coffee, will follow Brady submitted to heatt Judy Gunderson from Melbourne .. 0 ,.---

. invited AH ladies to of attend.the church A fire To Meet ThursdayThe the showing ef the films. surgery at Methodist Hospitaland presented a movie for ALL KINDS HL...-o FEATURING lIt1o. .

baby To help guide the discussion, was a patient there four Girl Scout Leaders. .
', fitter will be available for small. Golden 'Years Club meets
some of the staff of the Brevard weeks. He is now much unproved
children. Thursday at the Woman's Club PLYWOOD ... .
County Mental Health Clinic and and is recuperating, at North Brevard Douglas Wives

, of Titusville building. Coffee Guidance Center will be on hand, his home. will meet at 8 =
served followed Thursday p m.WE'VE and i Fin. Io
will be at 9:30 a.m. including: dining .la a warm

by games. Dr. Pauline Fertch, director; PRE FINISHED is.- Atmosphere 0

More All persons who have reached Roy Schoolfield, psychiatric and 8 P. M. until" 2 A. .M. .

their 60th birthday are welcometo guidance services; Mrs. Rosalie GOT THE CAR raetaaeteera lei wmw PANELINGMany 0
attend these meetings, which Gasson, psychiatric nurse; Miss .

advantagesthan are sponsored, by the Woman's Mary Walker, psythiatrtc social THAT'S MAKING I,ISTORYIirtertorlgwa-ttlci 0 Lire musical entertainment D i
Club. worker.18um. I .. Many Other J1 for'' /
A $2794 ORIGINAL. aetanatte. 1MIII1ew., Lines of Building 1 your dancing O :

you'veever bJe1IJ1' tllrlft SIll ilHrttrnme.t I Materials i pleasure' :
FIRST (AND ON1Y: ) U.K. a he 0 9 P.. M.,until 2 A. M. "' M

SPORTS CAR WjTH' U.S. fcltirt sporfS rSM FRIDAY. MARCH 20 r
seen r d .

. in a SUNDAY, MARCH 22 2PM.uat112A.M.,

I O Ir i d

: BEST Open Sundays from _
home.Come Outdoor Bar-B-Que. b
F r 1 P. M.,until t P. M.

Pits ''PatiosBrick BUILDERS 2 ,

r Jam Setsitn 4:30 to
see these
: homes at Port Malabar. Ston Block fi 9 P. M. Sundays .1

: Crand opening FREE ESTIMATES WELL PLAN FOR YOUI! I II Ht saw SUHIHM 803 N. Magnolia

March 21,22. I INSIDE FIREPLACES A SPECIALTY | I AltlHtAUTOMATIC"tfHOLLAND 287-3329 I Closed Moad.plJ.c.c.c.a.o
4 miles
south of MOTORS R
Melbourne on U.S.1. CONSTRUCTIONAM 1208 Hopkins TltusvUI -.. 2674494 Frl. A S.t. 7:30: a.m. t. 1 ,.'". D.DrD
7-5728 OVERSEAS DELIVERY AHHAHOED Sunday f:10 am .. 1:90 a>m ...., >o tJ




Monday, March "14, 1H4 TltutvllU (FUrlrfa) Star Advocate Pa. J Beta Sigma Phi} ::..:.. .

Hears OptometristThe i
J 1
--r-- ; 4 e
XI Delta Mu Chapter of

Rata Sigma Phi met recently at : t ,
tin' Community Room at Citizens c1
Wltk NewE And Hotel l lpj' Hank. with Dr. Charles Parham ,
NortA Brtward ; a Melbourne Optometrist asautst
t speaker.

Or Parham resides with his Ier, I
wile/ and four children In Melbourne ; ,I f r st,, '. j
and Is very active In var ,
In the 1 r rs aJ
coos organizations area. I -
P = .
Junior Members Of lit is a member of the Public Information .
Committee of the American .
Legion AuxiliaryIn Optometric Association aswcli f
: as chairman of the same s
Busy ScheduleThe committee for the Florida Optonietru 1I i

Junior members of the Ti ( Association. He is a past \
president I of the Melbourne Lions
umille Unit No 1, American
Club, has had roles in productions .
Legion Auxiliary, were organizedonly by the Indian River Players,
last February 19th, but are i I.. active in Toastmasters. and enjoys .
busy planning their activities playing chess Born at ,vl IK
) Homestead, he attended Mercer
for the balance of the auxiliary
L < University, the University of

)'ear. South Carolina, and was graduated .. .
Since organizing, they have \ from the Pennsylvania large- Ben C. Mrs. James l Milliard; -
Stale College of Optometry in WOMEN ATTEND TEA A number Mrs. Storey, ,
met every Wednesday after Philadelphia of women attended a tea recently to Mrs Karl, Mrs. Dan Quinn, chairman of
school, now meeting at the Ti L--'L1.L itb 'It Dr. Parham presented a very meet Mrs. Fred Karl In the CommunityRoom reception and Mrs. Dave Boyett.-(Carl- I
tusville Legion Home At (normative program In con at Citizens Bank From left arc son Photo).

last Wednesday meeting! they ncciion with "Save Your Vision
decided to decorate the hall for Week After his presentation, AAUWToHear may contact Mrs. Charles Rho- ton, 2676000 to establish ctigi

Tuesdays< annual Legion Birthday the members asked questions Miss Webster des, 2073274 or Mrs. T. W Jet bility
the concerning diseases of the ,
Party the unit I is giving eye
members> of the Post. In ad \\J \ testing of childreni eyes etc. "The New Math" will be the
dition red Dr. Parham used slides to ex
to using the little
subject of a talk given by Miss WE BUILD
paper the official flower plain some of the answers
.t. Sally Webster at the March
ot' the Legion and Auxiliary, Plans were made during the HOUSES
: for bake sale !March meeting of AAUW tomorrow eve NEW
they also are planning on using < meeting a on
1.r.6."L. ___ .l..uo.i.
some green and white in honorof 20. The girls plan to have some ning, March 17, 8:00: pm. REMODELING WORK
St Patrick's Day NEW PLEDGES New pledges attend. Cece Horn. Standing are Mrs Helen special cakes for Easter and will Miss Webster, a native of Atlanta -
ing their first meeting of Theta Omicron Campbell, Mrs Dell Young, Mrs. Sonia take orders if anyone wishes to Georgia, received her Bank Financing Available
The girls are making scrap.books'for Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi recently were Ktsnti Mrs Eculah Feagan and Mrs Pa. order one for the following week Bachelor of Science decree: in FREE ESTIMATES
the crippled ehildren'shospitala left and MrsWomen's tricia King -Carlson Photo). Plans were also discussed for
sitting, Mrs. Ellen Sleeman, Education from the University of NO DOWN PAYMENT
which the the
auxiliary Chapter's Birthday Party
Georgia She Is presently teach
contributes to annually. The which will be held April 4 at Ramon .
Teachers FHACIubOfTHS Ing sixth grade advanced math COLEMAN COCNO
Clubs Know Your
nearest of these is the Ecclcston ;, *, and for the Founder's Day
and science at Rlvervicw Elementary -
Callahan hospital in Orlando. To Hold Annual '. Offers To Baby Banquet which will be held at the School, where she form. J 247.2031

In Court"The r 1 Sit After School ,' Rockloilge Country Club on erly taught first grade for two I --- .--
Mrs J. J. Condos, chairmanfor "Day April 30. ------- ----
foreign relations, invited the i years.
annual "Day In Court" t Need a baby sitter? The Future It was announced that the
girls to attend the unit meetingon sponsored by the Brevard County Homemakers Club of Titusvilleahigh Titusville chapters will form The meeting will be held at the ALL UNION BARBER SHOPSHours
27 when Mrs. For
April Roy Federation of Women's School, in child care and development ., their own Beta Sigma: Phi City home of Mrs. Rust, GOJ! West Circle
ward will talk on Ecuador, the Clubs will be held Thursday study, desire to put Council next year instead of be Directions to Mrs. Runt
country studied this year by the March 19 i some theories to practice Ing members of the Trl City home are as follows: turn right: : 8:30: 6:00:
auxiliary The junior girls are :I IA Council off Old Dixie on the first paved
planning on dressing a doll in The women will attend the Anyone desiring the services of The next meeting will be held street (Mendel lane), go one Closed Wednesday and Sunday
Ecuadorian costume to be entered court session of Judge Virgil ,> these baby sitters on school days' at the home of Mrs Nelda Flynn block on Mendel and I turn left
in a contest at the state con Conglmg in his courtroom on the after 300; p.m. may contact. the'"'' and Mrs Mary Ellen Duggan onto Vaughn, continue down Haircuts: $1.50 Adult, $1.75 Adult Flattop
of at AM: 7 2235!
vention in Jacksonville in June. second floor of the Courthouse will bo In charge of the program Vaughn to West Circle
Extension 22. A minimum fee of""
at 2.30 p.m. Members of all the "Let's Think About Thinking" TWO UNION SHOPS IN AREA
Mrs. Richard Varney of 50 cents per hour will be charted: A board meeting beginning: at
federated women's clubs
Rochester, New Hampshire, a I' GUESTS HERE 7 p.m will precede the general(
guest of Mrs. Condes talked to the county are Invited to attend. Women's Clubs Mr. and Mrs. R. II Carter meeting. Pete's Barber Shop Jake's Barber Shop

the girls about her experiencesin To View Film 11 of Washington, D C., were AAUW members new In the Magnolia Plaza |I I Magnolia & Rt. 50
organizing the junior memo Elizabeth Howell house guests at the II II Hud- area are Invited to attend this Indian River City Indian River City
bens of the auxiliary in her hometown Circle To MeetThe Angelo Tabila of Jacksonville,I ton home over the week.end. meeting Prospective members
Mrs Vera Gaudet, president -- ----
-- --
U S. Army Corps of Engineers,
of the Titusville Unit, and Elizabeth Howell Circle of
will show the film "Waters ofDestiny"
Mrs Ava Stafford, assistant the First Methodist Church of
of the
Beatrice Kramer at the meeting
chairman of junior activities, TitusMlle! will meet at the homeof of ,
.- also attended the meeting. Mrs Holman McNeeley, <69< Dcatrlce Kramer. teacher of Brevard County Federation of .
Women Club March 18 at
on .
Fern, at 9:31)) a.m. 'on Tuesday, .5 .5 .5 I
first basic at Day.
Membership! in the auxiliaryfor 17. year phase the Woman Club of Titusville alllll anl CZ .
the girls is through the mem March view Elementary, was graduated Inc
'. Mrs Lyman Rogers will be in from Illinois State Normal ((2 tf
bership of their fathers in the Regl.-tratlon; and coffee at 9:30:
| American Legion, or through charge of the Easter programand year course), and received her a.m., with business session at
the service in any of the armed Mrs Richard Robert will Bachelor and Masters degrees 10.00. Mrs. J. Kroul of Cocoa, "Be A Charter Member
conduct the devotional. She
p services during. war time of from Millikin University president of the county federation .
i I deceased veterans A babysitter will be providedat has taught for the past nine will preside Mrs C.
Hennessey HallRRUPTIONS years in Decatur, 111
Gkrum of the Titusville senior
t. Mrs Kramer, who lives at 212 club will be chairman of the
\ Coquina Ave., Seeps Hotel, hasa registration, assisted by Mrs J.
AVOID INTEL son and two granddaughters K Davidson of the Junior Womens -
When you are talking to
" for a ringing phone. Let u answer your phone, ande. The Junior women will decorate -
t hold calls until you are frc You'll make more sales "Hat" Luncheon the hall for the meetingand
f iV both on the spot, and over the phone. will serve luncheon at noon.
Gateway W e 1 come Wagon

Club's Mad Hatter luncheon Is
&. 'Ilplte. scheduled for Wednesday at Ti
tusvilles new Torch Club. \

Tltutvlll Area Cocoa It Bcich Btaeh Lunch is at noon with judging 44 hJ1lGP
It't: 247.SS30 136.7031 of the madc'est, prettiest and \

most original hat following.
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.t, ALL KINDSPLYWOOD Passbook Identifies You As A "Charter

, Member" of Your New First Federal

,: Branch Office.



t HOY/ONLY/ Mesa adtlt PANELINGMany How Do I Get Mine ? EASY Just Be One Of The. First


t $14995 LIn i-of Many Building Other 200 Persons Opening An Account During Our GRAND

DynaireORS9,95 Material .
: OPENING MARCH 23 27th. i


t" Just look at some SUNDAY MARCH 22

tr AND INCLUDES CONNECTION DELIVKRY of the features you'll iiniiiot Other Big Gifts Too Watch For 'Em! "

OAS SERVICE find in the Suburban

Dynaire Gas Dryer scm, sa usr BUILDERS

PHONE OR STOPIN oar /ntCTla Jirst JeJeral $ \ing; '; :

TODAY raw'N ralauu"arat'" nrr tares TSreNat SUPPLY ..

803 N. Magnolia (land Loan Association of Titusvlllo \

---- ws LIE 267-3329
f U*
INDIAN RIVER CITY Downtown Office Indian River Branch
U 2019 U. S. No. 1 AM 7-6411 Prl. A Sd. 7iM a.m. to f p.m.
.. I Ip Sunday 9:00 am to 3:00: pm I

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T11usv11fe1Js)1Iar.) dvocatt. Monday, March 1 f,14/1/ American Heritage Homes, Inc.,
Florida Chain
1419/ :S' Hopkins, Titusville, will
build on a county road: at Mims

DeA4i Looks ForwardTo $1,900 Leslie for Canada a home, Route Jim 2,Walters Mims\ ,
Has Had
lay Chapter Corp,, 1120 King!: St, Cocoa, will
build oh a county road off Turpentine -
200th Store"Keeping
I Road at Mims

Ivan Painter Box 1211, Titus

Brief But Fine panding economy up with and the ever- r rr yule, $12,000, for a home on

History growth In Florida, it looks Burkholm Rd.

we'll be opening our 200th .-- -
lix store in about 8 Mi, years," at
DeMolay week being March been commended for their accomplishments with the work on the Brevard nouneed George Jenkins, the Star.Advocate Office
dent and Founder of Publix
15 through! 22, the Titusville within the Order Rehabilitation Center also a
ermarkets, in Winter '
Brother Jean McCoskry, check for $2300 was presentedto I
Area Chapter, Order of De
recently. Jenkins made this
the Masonic Home Endowment i I IWhere's
the Chapter first Master Counselor -
Molay, merits special recognition diction at the opening I
has been honored with the Fund by the Chapter.
ies of his 100th Publix in 'I ?
The Chapter was formed in Representative DeMolay, the During the DeMolay week the Southeast Plaza Shopping ..... everybody
Chevalier, Past Master Counse.lor' ter In Winter Haven
of Chapter has something plannedfor
August I960, as a Joint effort
to the f
Jewel brought
the Trtuiville Scottish Rite Club every day from Sunday to
The store opening was \ ,
the State
the for
and Indian River Lodge No. Chapter plaque Sunday. Beginning with the : '
special "homecoming" for
90 F and AM The wigmal Mower Talk Champion BrotherArt 15th, they attended as a ii : : : \
kins, who opened his first
Johnson in 1982, and oIJSH
body, the First Presbyterian 6a
totaled boys. :
membership thirty Market In Winter Haven i
J David Partain In 1963, re-
Church. On Monday and con
Since the foundation, it NERE
four years ago. However, DI
ceived the Chapter's own outstanding
tinuing throughout the school
has grown in members and award. ceremonies also drew special NOW!
achievements. They have assisted DeMolay week, a brother will read the
tention/ from people near
A number of members can no devotional at school On Tues 0
DeLand and New Smyrna far rluS
longer attend regular meetingsas day Dad Eric Johnson will host war
with their degrees, charters and of national
many have gone t to( college or a meeting at his home expressly Representatives
O.ffltfr installations; have made are on active duty with the for the exchange of Ideas. regional food companies
visitations to Cocoa, Melbourne,
ed a recognition award to
military services will
Wednesday they
Beach, Ocala, Orlando
Daytona rge Jenkins paying tribute to
and Eau Galhe, and attendedthe Many community-minded pro go to the First Baptist Churchof outstanding leadership and

.l-tlaml and St Petersburg jects are part of the DeMolay MimI On Thursday, regular tributions to the food

conclaves (conventions) in an activities Examples are a dual meeting night, several. in Florida, as well as his Re.'I in Winter attheTruckloadSale!
speeches will be concerning President and
Mason DeMolay enterprise to
effort to keep in touch with thusiasm for the world of
.i thci state chapters beautify the grounds surrounding DeMolay himself and how Taking the shape of a helping hand. ALL KINDS
the organization
was originated.
Many of the members have the Masonic Temple; helping replica of the state of
Friday, they will have a ser $5,500 going to
mounted on a polished PLYWOODand
vice with rifle and flag salute In panel, the award pin. I Mims, for a home

K front of the Masonic Temple each Publix location in

A Sw't'1' I 'f Saturday, they will work at state. The huge plaque -i PRE FINISHED
Bayview Elementary School on bordered with one hundred

the Spring Carnival Sunday balls one for each PANELINGMany
they will again attend services asa store
Chapter, this time at the First
The city of Winter Haven
Methodist Church. Many Other
Sunday afternoon -
gave special recognition to $
a fish fry for the boys will kins, Presented: In the form Lines of Building
be held at Mayor Ed Kitties' Materials
written declaration, read at ''
.., camp on Lake Harney.Bowling Publix opening Mayor '

4+ -Y' Dantzler made Jenkins an FRIDAY MARCH 20
q1 News ary citizen of Winter Haven i SATURDAY MARCH 21
An especially SUNDAY, MARCH 22
moment occurred when

Sunday Night MixersHigh Pope, Sr., of beautiful .
Gardens, called attention to BEST
individual series: Astor ;
scale model of the very :
.... Curry, 500
Publix store. For Jenkins BUILDERS
,-.." I< ."' '.." High game: Hank Stowers, 201 his associates: this small
,......r.: ', "" High team series: DeMonlc'sMetropolitan recalls warm memories of :
-.-. ):.4i 1tc 2161 early days : these new
;: .,. is.
:k The 100th Publix ('
Port Malabar.
High team game: DeMonic'sMetropolitan 803 N. Magnolia
: 'T95Ktnnllnt many other business
rrms is WHERE THE SCREEN GOES DARK! 1 11Buj 1 tives and well known 267.3329
in "Sunday In New York" it's where the gun begins! Van I.... ties H B. Bartleson, ( () 22. INDIAN RIVER CITY
-Rod Taylor assures slightly apprehensive Jane Fonda B Rabcock Donovan turnlur Co. 64Vt B4U\\ 33 23** Sales Manager, and Martha south of STORE HOURS *

thAt this is no time for talking in a scene from "Sunday Juitlco Fait Coait Home.Bowling 61 47 ST 41 gan home economist, on U.S. 1. Fri. A 58. 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m
*In-New York", Which started at the Florida.. Theatre, DeMonlc Metropolitan' 44 44 Meyer, .both of Swift & Sunday f:CO am ta 3:00: pm
Carl Bchml It Rimhlpr 44 44
:Sll day. c Moonland Mobile llomea 24 64 any, flew In from Chicago.
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-- FOUNDED IN 1919 r..... .
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N ; .ADe: motay) \ C-r/iicJ ate: .AI my Chaplel' i .Altar

: A DeMolay serves God '" Humbly and sincerely .
A DeMolay honors all womanhood""

''':'-. A DeMolay loves and,honors his parents ; r I promised to be a better son
A DeMolay honest 1

: A DeMolay is loyal to' ideals and friends I promised to love and serve God, my country,

A DeMolay practices ,honest toil and my fellowmen ,
A DeMolay's! woM is.as. good! as his bond J ::'
A DeMolay is courteous I promised to honor and protect every woman I

A DeMolay is at all times a gentleman'
A DeMolay is a patriot in peace as well as war I promised to slander no one I
A DeMolay is clean in mind and body

:.. A DeMolay: stands unswervingly for the public schools I premised to aid and uphold the public schools
A DeMolay always bears the reputation of a good and _
= law abiding,citizen .C o I promised to walk uprightly before God and Man
A DeMolay by precept and example must preserve the r "

:-: high standard to which he has pledged himself. \ All of these things, and more, I did promise!

:: Indian River Lodge No. 90 Lyle Shaffer 1

Frt & Acctpttd Masons >af Sh.ff...'. Plaza Hardwire I
= ; Sponsoring Body .

= %Ben! Flink :- .., "4 ,;' Luke Cain I t tI i
Farm Insurance
.'; r. s. StaH
M .4.t H. "PI> Supply I I

Gene Rob..s : : : i .. ,: ,; ..-' Gene Roberts .. f

LAC W.ldlnfl Roberts Gr.w.rs Supply .
: : I
Harold Stanek & Associates Paul Salisbury

.,,a .... _L .... Insurance 'Consultant\, C.H.. ShopPal' ,

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-- Moncf.y, Marsh 11, 1944 Titusville... I III.r"'a" ) }far A....... P.StarAdvocate .,. j

"tI'J7 II11Jl n Terrier Tracksters: Set parts =1': .

wit For Colonial Here,, Today NEWS AND VIEWS II I I I

i, 1

()1l 4 After losing by tremendous plan winners. the Terriers time erts believed to be one of the best 1I

Romto margin I III a four-.., meet last op with only one, wMcfi was pole in Central Florida led the first
tfesflfttt !I>ol4IMer wet* their first defeat of the Jetted by Paul Wynn to p l l ltiuH. three laps but then gave way to a I
They lout ill other events,{ last ditch! "kick" by Bruner of
Talking to Dick Spangler Friday and he informed us ieoti Coach bow O dwI1I'. but managed to stay hi the running Cocoa who won in 4373.:

that facilities leading into Fox Lake are now passable and track team win hit the field again MI second (,Wrd and fourth F Cocoa won last week's meet, by I I

fishermen wanting to catch some giant bass had better get today against Orlando Colonial! at places. I racking up 105 points while Titus-
there while the getting Is good. S p m., on the THS oval \ille made 58 Eau Gallie, 41 and I
Spangler said they've been catching some real "whop- Hartmg last week' lot first Titus vilte'1 miler, Maury Rot J Satellite. 39!)

pers," especially in the bass line, and it should keep pickingup

as it gets closer to summer.
"We are also working on a map of the Fox Lake and Boat Club Charts .4-

South Lake area, that should be completed in several days Bowling News I
'and' we hope this answers a lot of phone. calls, concerning
how to get to the place," he said. Pol Luck SupperThe

Since "cousin" Ralph Terry and the New York Yankeesare Fri Nite Handicap Acct Service 711.
in Cocoa for an exhibition game today, chances are Titusville Boat Club will High team aeries: Merrill's
that's where we are now. hold its regular meeting next High i Individual fame: Ruth Acel. Service, 20!9.Mnmllnt. ).
From Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the TlttisTille i- George, ITS Barbara Phillips' Man lent
Chelsea, Oklahoma, Terry, who is actually no ; fchaffnri Plata llnr.lwnra kj;: Mllarrlnflnn
kin, but is the cousin of my cousin, on the opposite side of Marina. This being the social 172. ( Cleaners '1" 401 l lHiirrrr
meeting, each family will KlnR (It! 41
the fence, generally meet about two times a year. Once Iligh Individual series: Roth nirhanl'a Aircraft fid 44Mrrrlll'i
covered dish for a pot
bring a Acct Survlca fin 41\
when the Yankees play in Kansas City and again when luck supper. George, 489"' ; Myra Bageett 429. \\entrrn Auto BI1* 474
Ralph receives his big "Welcome Home Party." $.., '.... was. ....... ('hprrydon Mobile names fil'' 47'.
I've known Ralph for about 15 years, and can specially An interesting film on boating( .......... I" J Pin Keel In"UI'drove"nee Inn 47 4'1' 111 SJfntm : I
has been obtained, through. the Tin IJvvlli II 4 I
: '
Can Wj DJV*
remember wagging along behind him on our to the H eu.tt
way Joker
rmtcr'i store Inc. 41 M
courtesy of Fred Carter of Correct .
football field, carrying a pigskin.That's r flnlli Kim National Hank 4O M)
Craft Marina, and win be
Maikn'a Iounll'lI :M 14Clllien'a
right, Terry is a baseball player now, but it appeared shown after the supper hour Honk 381\* 64'4

during high school years football was more impor- A drawing will be held after the Early RisersHigh RANGE OPENS Golf professional John golf b.-Us. The range Is nearly 300 yards :,.

tant to him. movies with the prize being an Individual game: ; Redman, and a Royal Oak Golf Member, long, with teeing area of approximately .,*
lIe stands about 6'5" tall, weighs near 190 or so, and ke chest. Thomas, 2S5. John' Koffoe League Dick McCotter, officially opened Royal 75 yards, and'' is 'planted with winter ryfJ t I
played quarterback for a class B high school in Oklahoma. Anyone Interested In boating Oak's Golf and Country Club's Driving and bermuda. /
individual series John Ilijh individual : CIcarine
High : game .
high the basketball with
point man on team, along
and desiring more information as Range this week
by slamming the first
Gleason, 232 Joan Satterfield
Thomas, 693. ; ,
pitching his team to the state finals while a sophomore, in to the activities of the club may < I .I.
high school. Now he well with little High team came: Sepper Corp.", -
golf enough a
plays contact Ed O'Mira! Commodore, 1096. I 223.High Individual aeries: Joan Magnolia Liquors 3-0; Tltmvilte
practice, he could probably turn professional with little 267-6853, or Carl Shane, Vice. Auto Parts Elk's Virginia
3-0. -
620 Amman
High t team series: Keel's Insur-; Sattcrficld. : Evelyn ,
difficulty. Commodore, 2673S50.Softball 608. Fried Chicken over La-
Another "Okie", who brings back a lot of memories Is ance, 2908. .. ...
tunrilitf W r. High team game: Steel's Tavern Grange Grocery 3-0, Breedloves 1 0'
Mickey Mantle. Another combination athlete, Mantle, now Brppcr Corp. 21 Vt 4H 589.ata.dlen. Texaco over Titusville Tile and 1
has about the same physical body that he used to run over Loop Team.rl"r No.Realtor. i al 20 II H: 1 U'..* t.,.t Terrazzo, 30, T and O Music
everyone in the old "Lucky Seven Football Conference," at Tram No. 10 IS 14 Slf.H Mold 82 114 over Space Fainting 2-1, Nova
Korli in.ur.ne. I 1" H B shirt I.fllerlnj 82 84
that time, playing in the backfield. Pint rrdrril, 18 IT Btwrt 'f.v.rl HI 811/ Cabinet Shop) over Gus Faulk *
Mickey however, is not the only member of the Mantle Has 7 TeamsTitusville Moorland H. R.: McCormlck Mobile. Homer It 14 IT UVI I P",, ".'.*. \Vwl.rn Hortifl Auto 61 IWIIft UJu.tI. S.-4 Chevrolet 2-1, B and E Shirt Lettering ''ME STOP CAB SERWce

clan who could be considered "great" in high school. He \ .<1om Hervlc* Station 11 211> Pint MortiMiA 6A''' 37V over Firestone 3-0. *Worlds Hiesf tires *Cohiptef Car
NatlormI Bank T 26 Matter Cleaners 41'.
Brevtrd 641v
has twin brothers, about four years younger than he is, Amateur Softball I I....'. Moiilh.r Room 6H'* 4J'-/ 600 series: K. Karberg 4111, G,
who weighed about 185, and could run the hundred In 10.3 Association, under the sponsor Onorrn Harlcr Realtor 4'lt)' 4A1y Shepherd 617, and R. Pasley 620. 1 ,
T '
O Mu.lo 4H 4 47Vt
in full uniform. ship oi the City Recreation Department Mon. Nite Mixers Adair Beauty Chop IX 6(1( 200 games: K. Karberg 223. C
Our team played against the Mantle boys, in 1952-53, Is tentatively set to I; J.Kit E.Boys Evsn. AMOC 4H 41 51 61 Lust 210, II. Pelhim 208, B. Wallace I
(and it seemed like an eternity), because for about 6 years, start the season with seven High Individual game: Jim: Dayi Cleaners. 811'. 57HAlUntlo 214, F. Cartwrliht 202, G. '
all that was hear out of Commerce, Oklahoma, (their home), teams. Harrison (scratch) 199; June Mrlton Tendon l'lumhln 33 8m 8:1'0:4Pltkthley Shepherd 242, Wood 212, P. Brady BRAKE ADJUSTMENT

,was "look-out for the Mantle boys, they're tough." The league, one of several remaining Ryan, 187. : I'll.' *lion Hl .lowErrvlr 10 HA 220, J, Lenard 21S, B. Booth 213,
I can remember our football coach yelling, "Don't kick fast-pitch organizationsleft High individual series: Jim Joyce riamhln 2R IIS 215, J. Nugent, 201. J. Smith 214,
the ball to one of the Mantle boys. If you do, they'll run in the state, will open play Harrison, 557; June Ryan, 507. O. K. Thackrey 223, R. Borsdorf
right, through ya." May 1. High team same: Team No.3, Men's Classic 200, R, Pailey 203, K. Shaffer 201,

I can still hear the ringing of the announcer's voice in Doubleheaders are planned for 833. Stadl.t. was Lan4

my ear. "Mantle has it on the 12, 25, 50, he ran over four every Tuesday, Wednesday and High team series: Team No. 10, High Individual game: R. Pas- 0.Lot....'....Ik Tavern CtTmM" (M 1\r.I;;211 !$11A?
guys, he's carrying another, Mantle's at the 20 and he's over Thursday evenings with each 1289. ley, 268. R K: Whirl lAt.n11l1r M :25Rudwel..r .
for a touchdown.:" It happened that same way, three or team playing a 28-game schedule. Te.Nlanillnt.",, Ho. 1 Wnn Mil'.0.tl High individual aeries: R. Pas- Liquor! 41 44 IT j jW.ffiolli I 14

four times in one night: and the score was so bad, we really Colonial Spirits, McDonnell's, Team No. 1 71 13 ley, 620. Vlr.lnl.. trial. Chlokm" 41 IKIMIF
Scottsmoor, STE, Morrison and Tate N. 3 21 H ( High team : Little's Tav- 1'.wtlne 404" II'III! 1 Arnerlc
don't want to recall it. Tram. No' S 18 18 Tltmvllto TIM Terr.iM 411 HIT
Knudsen, Titusville Jaycees and Tram !No.' 10 lit 15Woodchooppera err{, 1026. 0 M..'la 4ft 81
Just thesame the Yankees Car
: are playing at the new Colt ITo\ 18(4( Nova ('abt .Khan 39 87
'Stadium in Cocoa against the Colt 45's at 1:30: p. m. today. .Koppes Independents are the Team No. 7 If 21 o High team series: Little's Taw L.Orini. Grocery S7 41 .J"mol .J-
Should be teams entered In the league. Go-Four. 15 21 ern, 2818. Hrtfla\fm'........... JJ 44
a good game. The AN OC 14 22 93 4H .,. Adjust brakes and add fluid, :
Team No. 5 1314\ 2214Wednesday's ( Match results: Littles Tavern Tlluivlll Aut Ptrll (1 47 nr.ea..J.
Floorco 3 0 Budweiser Klk' 80 45 > if seeded. Clean and repack' :
: f over over Kloorco im\ .,1H d. all EA/a

Seabreeze Wins Another Title; WilliarmHouchinsWin Golf Tourney Trio w.r. front wheel bearings. i:

,Cocoa Loses Final To Pensacola Ann Mrs.Houchins Grace Williams won the Most and Mrs.of I Babb High, 213.individual game: Phil GRAPEFRUIT WANTED! ENGINE TUNE-UP i !\

Individual scfieu Phil
Hidden Hole match at the week High ..
j Daytona Beach Seabreeze, behind of Tommy Lee and Mike Leatherwood ly tourney of the Women's Golf Babbt, 571. REDS or MARSH
the helglvth of big Dennis Pensacola the team, Citizen's
gave command High game:
Association of the Whispering
Cantrell, won the Class A State after taking the lead for Hills Country Club. Press, 584. 100 OR 1,000 BOXES Our EXPERT MECHANICS- -
High School title 57.40 while Pen- the first time In the third quar High team series: Citizen's
Top places in the current do all this work: :
,facola, a consistent underdog, ter. Press, 1609.
der held Mrs.
Tournament are by
capitalized on massive numberof converted Don JUggle Call l 734-2962 Deland :
a Cocoa had successfully defeat. Bernice McCotter In "A" Flight Splits : : o Clean and adjust spark plugs.
fouls in the final period to 510.tanillnci.
ed the Class AA top rated teamin and Mrs. Jackie Keller In "B" Clean and set points :
edge Cocoa for the AA champion. AV.il In.t (Dealer) I
ship, :38-32 in Gainesville Saturday the state Miami Senior, Friday Flight Cltlsrn. Pr.Tavern... 03 tl5'. 42'4Matnolla 45' Set timing. ::
Competition In the second
evening in the semi-finals, but
89 4Team
evening in the finals. Team No .3
2 Pensacola was picked as ninth round of the KingmanCarpenterMatch No. 5 U: 5sHullos Adjust Carburetor. ,2 1I
Campbellton won the Class C "
Shell 1 gervlc 47(4( Jtoli\o
While Zerhyrhills) clinched ClassB. best at the end of the regular Play Tournament are: Team No. 1 XT 11 Check'oil' and condenser :
Pensacola' full Grace Williams vs. Lois Worth
season. court .. a
+ Check generator and
Bernice McCotter Sue :
press throughout the game, seem am; va.
Despite the Cocoa Tigers makIng ingly, did not hamper the Tigers Thomas; Rosa Poe vs. Mary Lady KeglerHigh voltage regulator c ;:
32 or 36 free throws during until the final minutes. Matheney; Ann Olewskl vs. June + Check battery. qI :
Ryan Dotty Dooley vs. Emma individual game: Vera .
the. jrerrtfre game: Pensacola ; J I .
romped; with 22 of 26 in the final For Seabreeze, Dennis Cantrell Adamietz; Elaine Dehmlow vs. Wilson, 205; Bobbie Pelham, 192.
period and didn't make a field merely parked under the basket Lonnie Confortl; Barbara Miller High Individual series: Vera For Only
goal and scored 34 points. The 6'8" rs. Jackie Keller; Marge Threlk- Wilson, 532; Ann Hellemeyer, 526 > a
Junior stole most of the action eld vs. Gerry Carlson. High team fame: Merrill'' '
However, the outside shooting since Plant City had only one r $6.6$88Car
boy who could reach 6'3". 1
The Sandcrabs have now won JAnye-CyL i I C3 Any 8-Cyl.
eight state championships in I 1111111 I Car
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I TlfuivllU (PUrldi) Star Advaett Monday, March U, W4 Kennedy Says Old Fashioned Wesleyan Guild

Tent Revival Organized At IRC
Halcomb Takes ,, r 1 4 r Methodist ChurchThe
South Africa"Misunderstood" Evangelist C T Kates will be-
second organizational
t.. gin a tent revival Wednesday,
ircvting of the Wesleyan Guildof
Local Group On March 18, on Hopkins Ave. at IHC Methodist Church Wit

,; 4'I e Avilez St The public is invitedto held at the home of Mrs Harry
attend each evening at '7:30.:
1 1 Rickcr March n, when the
"Trip To Moon"Local f Indicating that he did not feel Rev. Kates, returned Mission following officers were named:

1 t t I that the true picture of conditionsin ary, will be preaching the Cos Mrs Joe Snyder was chosenas

businessmen attending e South Africa was being "paint. 1 pel and praying for the sick each temporary chairman; Mrs

the Chamber of Commerce Kof ed' for the world foreign exchange 1 evening There will be one service Gcorje:: Eaton, secretary.treasurer .

ice Klatsch here Friday were : student Les Kennedy told on Sundays, at 2:43 p.m. ; !Mrs Jane Roberts spiritual
taken on a trip to the moon and Rotarians here Thursday that This revival will be for all life chairman.

back by Willard Halcomb, man life here was much the same as people ot all churches. Mrs. Jack Wheeler and Mrs.

agor// of the third slant of the 4 at home with a few exceptions Kenneth Boone were present to

Saturn V launch vehicle tt t The popular student at Titus. Riverview 4-H Club help with the organization of
Leading up to the "trip", Hal ville High, who has graduated this

tomb gave a background on the from high school In his homeland Rivcrvlcw 4.II Club met last The group Guild Is being organized

work to reach the goal of landingtwo !! said that the idea of segiegaticn Friday and talked a' out 'Nutiit. for the working women of the
Americans on the moon and in South Africa Is that ion and Foo .".
church and all who work
returning! them to earth. when people differ so greatly socially
and In their own customs, STUDENT SPEAKER Titusville's Talent show winners wore pick from homo are welcome.The .
lie pointed to the cooperation it is felt there Is no need to force student Lcs Kennedy (center) from South foreign exchange ed as follows: Kathy "Farmer next meeting will be held
between the development of the them together. Africa was Ruth Conwell, Marilou Dauglitcry April 16 with place to be announced
speaker at the of the Titusville
Thursday meeting
Saturn launch vehicle, the Apollo Rotary and Sandra Hickman in one at a late relate
1 T.t f It Club. With him were THS Principal Truman Scarborough
space craft, flight mission control lie pointed out that special group and Cathy Rhyne and Cm
selection of astronauts and 'states' were being set aside for (left) and program chairman Ed Willis. (S-A gcr Bohannun in another. DAVIS ON CRUISE

the launching facilities whichare the natives where they have self- Photo). William R. Davis son of Mrs.

well under way In the Mer- AND IT SEPARATES HERE Willard Halcomb, man- government, modern schools, etc. Exhibit Day at Overview will Glenn L. Layne, 426 Coleman St.,
t'Kt'lsland Launch Area. ager of the third stage of the Saturn V. launch vehicle, "This has only started but it Is be April 3 at 7:30: when the Judges went on a two-day cruise from

holds aloft the second and third stages of a mock-up of a a start in the right direction most 1trir will select the best exhibits and Tampa this weekend The TITS I
Italcomb emphasized the development Saturn 5B space vehicle, to demonstrate separation of people feel," Kennedy said. award ribbons. senior belongs to Naval Reserve

ot the Saturn. the first the stages in space He was giving people attending this lie said that most of the schools All parents are invited to the Electronics Division 6.11 In Melbourne

test launch of which came in Oct. morning's Kaffee Klatsch a run-through of an actual in South Africa are not coeducational 1r Exhibit and Talent shows .
abet 19G1, to be followed by three (flight to the moon. Other earlier model Saturn vehiclesare and that he liked that at >

more in April, 19C2, November, shown at the right with the first stage of the Saturn Titusville\ High. He also emphasized ,..-
1962, and March 1963-all of '5 on the table directly in front of him.-(S-A Photo). the fact that in South 4 4
them successful He showed how Africa he would be wearing a I

they led up to the firing on Jan uniform to school and he liked the I II
29, this year of the SA 3, which different dress here. II

contained the first "live" sec- "There is no television in South

end stage. Africa and so I'm watching it I

He then detailed the develop. ft. "......... probably more than I should
ment of the three stages of the 1 -' now,". he added I p pM tq ,
tiring vehicle-developed bjr P. -.6aa." i, lie went on to say that students yt
NASA, North American and study harder in South Africa,
and the probably because teachers are
pouglas- Apollo Space '
craft-developed by Grumman '!'". more strict and there are not as

Aircraft many things to do.

Then using a "mock up" of the

Saturn V vehicle, Halcomb made e-: : .
National I Teacher
the moon trip indicating each I _

stage of firing: by taking the .. --_

"nrock up" apart gradually, un- a .f' rt a Exams Sialed'AI Kittles CONFERRING Attorney General James Kynes (left)
Ill the tiny space capsule was the confers with his local campaign Charles Broome
only thing left.Blanton. hands Dr W A. Brown a proclamation he has just signed manager ,
while Kynes' pretty wife, Marjorie, looks on. They were
I this week National Poison Prevention
I BJC 9 9w. proclaiming as together at a "light breakfast" here Thursday during a
May Week. The proclamation calls attention to the dangers
children campaign swing through Brevard. (S-A Photo).
Howard k of household poisons and points out that 500,000 -- -
G. Holladay, director of throughout the nation accidentally swallow these pro-

personnel and payroll for the I:ducts each year. An educational program will be con-

Dies Saturday ,.. Brevard County Hoard of Pub- ducted this week in attempting to educate housewives on 64 TAX LAWCAN

e lic Instruction, announced that the proper procedures of storing poisons so the little ones

JJinton Howard pioneer reMfkitt the Natioinal Teacher Examination will not be apt to get hold of the toxic household pro- SAVE YOU MONEY NOW!

of Brevard County form will be offered at Brevard ducts Dr. Brown Is director of the Poison Control Cen

'erli"of Cocoa died Saturday, Junior College Saturday, May ter at Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital.-(S-A Photo). Be cure you take advantage of

March 14, following a long Ill 9 at 9:00: a.m. this opportunity before you file your
John Haynes, teat superviser 63 TAX RETURN
ness. Meet
Titusville Little League Auxiliary To
at Brevard Junior College wjll NATIONAL I INCOME TAX &

A retired nlghtwatchman, he forward applications to all The Titusville Little League Circle, at 9:30: a.m. Wednesday, BUSINESS SERVICE
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:: March 18th.
Auxiliary will meet at the home 303 SO. WASHINGTON AVE.
for four years. He was born Applications for this test All members are urged to attend PHONE 267.5530 FOR APPOINTMENT
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Survivors Include office before 19: -.
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of Cocoa; three daughters, Mrs THE GUILTY PARTY Fire Chief Jim Brown shows should be attached to the TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER A La Manck Salon is always near goal}

Nellie B. Freeman, E. Orange, the faulty wiring in a lighting fixture that caused application and should be ma4e 10 ASI to 9 P.M. MELBOURNE COCOA ORLANDO DAYTONA BEACH

N. J.' Mrs. Loulhe E. Smith, the fire at the Elks Club early Sunday.-(S-A Photo). payable to National Teacher
Cocoa, Mrs Ida Cell Stratton, Examination
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If a person Is taking this test
Funeral services are being .right, pastor of Mims Baptist Real Estate SchoolRepresentative' for contmung contract purposes Through Friday. Saturday 'Til 6 pm

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Chapel with Rev. Joseph Boat be in Btevard Memorial to meet the June 30 cutoff mdse Hurry on in for the lovable, mad-cap,

Park Smith Funeral Home is in Here TomorrowMrs. date, a note on the application y 'BEATLE
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Practical Politics Course Set

AroundBy Advocate

: To Begin Here Tuesday Night

( Bob Hudson) The Vole of 25.000 North Brovard County Residents

Talk about special days supply of frozen fish will be First class in "Action CourseIn Donn Searle will be the "Discus-

weeks and months when it kept on hand at all times right in Section B TITUSVILLE FLORIDA, MONDAY MARCH It, 1964 Page 1 1-B Practical Politics" will be sion Leader" for the Tuesday

comes to promotions April has the exhibit and an additional -- -- -- held on Tuesday at I p.m. In the class.

all the months whipped. 29,000 pounds is to be stored not Julictre Low Really Did Bring Something Big Home community room of the Citizens "The course objective", Searle
Blumer chamber
Bank Pat ,
Actually we'll just be getting far from the fair grounds. said, "Is to enable individuals in
announced today.
over Easter ((011 March 29)) when president local groups to learn more about
That brings question
a -
up will be the first in a series of nine
April rolls around. And the 1st how they can become active .
do porpoises eat just any fish or two.hour sessions to be held the
Is April Fools Day. are they particular? Well it Girl Scouts 52 Years OldBy first and third Tuesday of each and effective in the political

The first week Is "Honey seems as though the main diet month. party 01( their choice in their own

for Breakfast Week" along with of the porpoise is the blue "At nine students have communities."

National Laugh Week and Conservation runner, with an occasional her Barbara Carlson others and starting Girl Scout Gul Scout Leader, year Two years ago Mrs. Con- enrolled present," Blamer said, "and we Topics of discussion each week

Week let's hope ring, mackerel and butterfish. Fifty-two years ago last week. Troops wherever she went. In 1943 interest in scouting Icy transformed a small buildingon can have up to fifteen students In are: The Individual in Politics;

the laughers don't start conser Doesn't sound much like a a middle-aged woman sailing to By the end of 1915 there were increased: and more leaders and her property Into a meeting order to have !good discussions at Political Party Organanization;

ving their product. good diet but for porpoises I the United States from London :5,000 Gill Scouts the organization troops were gradually added place for Girl Scouts and lead each class session. Anyone wish. The Political Precinct; The Pol

National Boy Scout Week is guess it's fine. sent a cable to her family which had a national council, a until, in 1958 North Brevard ers. A comment by Falher Ing to enroll for this first class ideal Campaign; Political Lead

celebrated the second week of read: "I am bringing: home the constitution, bylaws and a char became part of the Citrus Council O'Harc of St. Teresa's Catholic now may do so by contacting the ers' Problems; Political Meetings

April, along with Future Homemakers The bank burglary went off biggest thing yet." ter. Mrs. Low was the first The Council itself was only Church that the "rambling vines chamber office immediately ; Business! Men in Politics;

Week, International smoothly the thugs president. Toddy there are more two years old at the time havIng made the building look much Each student will have their and The (politician Speaks.
Barbershop Harmony Week and ; overpower. They wen puzzled. When the than adult been formed the NationalGirl like the old Blarney Castles of "We to
ed the guard and herded the employees 34 million girls and by own study books and it Is Important plan organize morecl8'l
"Let's All Play Ball Week". in the back room and woman arrived in Savannah, she Girl Scouts. Scout Headquarters in heland.. brought about the naming that each new enrollee es to meet another night:

National Daughter's Day falls on were about to take off with telephoned a friend and said This is Girl Scout Week. The New YOlk City in 1958. of the meeting place as receive his first book prior to the other than Tuesday," Blumer
"Come right I've some
over, got Castle".
5. said
April Mrs! Conley was elected the first class session. Enrollmentfee
$50,000 in cash. thing for the girls of Savannahand theme, "Girl Scouting A
Pan American Day falls during Till rustle nas also served for the 18-hour course Is $8 "Anyone who wishes to enrollin
The cashier made desperate, all America, and all the Promise In Action" refers to first tu'ighburhood Chairman ol
the third week. ThomasJefferson' pleading noises through with world, and we are going to startit the traditional Girl Scout Promise Brevard C' District 1 area and !a a supply and First Air ala which Includes books, work theta classes office! should contact details
the chamber more
birthday anniversary mouth, gag, and taken with tonight." : "On my honor, I will try servo in this office until this S.. SCOUTS On Pig 3-B sheets, certificates, etc. If a man
falls on the 13th while the week curiosity one thug leaned This was the way Juliette Low to do my duty to God and my and wife want to attend together The night will be dvUrmm-"
is National Library Week and to other at and both use the same workbook cil by those students who enroll
over: to hear what he was say the founder of Girl Scouts bro country help people
National YWCA Week. ing. ught Girl Guiding to the United all times and to obey the Girl l the fee is $1200" Blumer concluded.COCOA .

National Secretaries Week "Take the books, too," the States. Scouts Laws" More than 500 II- ---- I
falls April 19.25 or at the same gill and adult Girl Scouts in
cashier pleaded, "I'm $3,000 be On March 12, 1912 the first
time as National Garden Week hind." Girl Guiding company was organized North Brevard have made this I ) DIRECTORY J JPI.nOl
Good Human Relations Week promise and are striving to live *5r
Youth Temperance Education and the first camp was by it ___
A homeowner, wearing his held the next summer. In
Week, Good Grooming Week oldest clothes, was out cutting 1913 the name was changed to The early history of Scoutingin Organ Guitars Acc.norle
Bike Week Chemical
Safety the lawn in Girl Scouts. The uniform of North Brevard fared much t, e S) GibsonStores '
Progress Week and NRHA when a woman a HI.FI
thut first troop was blue and the the some way; with one woman 01
brand and GuitarsR.eords
Hardware! Week. New YorkWorld's new car stopped _
first Girl Scout handbook was at a time working with tireless
Fair is set to open the shouted: "What do you get for : Band
and enthusiasm fur
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Can Help .
22nd. Secretaries have their doing yard work?" Players ---_ Instrument
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Committee, for the first time. The young
Pig 2-B ntutvllU(Florida) Stir Advou'. Monday, March U, W4I for the Police Department of that member of the Clock schedule birds schedule usually commni
that t the racing
city for 3V.i years as a Radio tell us In September
Dispatcher. She was born In for old birds Is about to begin ces
In this type of racing, the teVccted )
+ T Tarentum, penn. and thereafter Ken has 2S pigeons who qualify" birds aM shipped from
lived in Charleston, W Va., from under their rules as being oldbirds"
various collection points to
to "young (intSt
which city she came to Florida. in contrast
; A son, Joe, is in the 1.?. S. Air birds" who will race this year t.R.C. NEWS On Page 3'B
{ Force stationed in Japan, but he
comes home in September when DAVIS LAWN SPRAY
he will have completed 4VS,years
of service, WENAVE 1ngl
Dorothy likes her job In the r

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t City,
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f Ken Frey of Vanguard;; Avenue, e
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FAIR EXHIBITORS Among exhibitorsat low: (back row) Lynn Holt, Carla Melvin, j
the science fair at Coquina Elementary Becky Goldsbury, Linda Tackett, Jim Er-

I Friday night were: left to right (front row) hart, Mike Minthorn, James McCosky, FOUR ON TRIP Four members of Cub Pack 3iO who Se'vice
Charlie Woerner, Lewis Leonard, Alan John Hartzog, Rodney Blankenship and were among those touring Kennedy Space Center recently Ljrcetlny silc.
Collins, Thomas McNulty and Dale, Thur- Billy Conrad.
are (left to right) Michael Robinson, Robert English,
Indian River City South Titusvillo HappeningsCoquina Daniel Robinson and David Crockett.
7/II\\\\\ Cordially Welcomes
so that how all donations will be! NewcomerA
I .tax deductible. newcomer to pur city is Mrs.
Holds Science Fair Miller expressed! hit gratification Dorothy Koester, who lives> at 308 MRS. You and Your FamilyRUSSELL
at being present at this' Ellis Terrace She came to our
Fair" set and March 23th at 8:00 All meeting and said that if at any city.Soon after the tat of January, HOUCHINS To Your New Home!
A Science was up pm.
time he could be of assistance
and how works for Chief of Police Hostess
exhibited In the auditorium of attending are asked to bring he would be happy to help. 1 W. T. Brown of Titusville
Coquina Elementary School last their own table service. The State
discussed ,,
Mrs. Merriam aj a clerk in his office, assisting
and refreshments served
Friday evening Saturday The were
r dance to be held on March list.; Mrl. Alice Cave, who has beenIn
morning with some 200 different by the hosts of the evening, Mr.
This dance will be free to the office for 267-7157
mem"1 many years.
exhibits being shown This fair and Mrs. Clinton stadlg and
ben holding 1934 cards She came to Indian River City
was for Stage II and Stage III Eleanor Falser; followed by
be "Hillbilly" style. New 1984 from Clermont, where she worked feel welcome
students, and was games A covered dish dinner It is our desire to make you
membership cards will be
Mrs. Virginia Burgess, will be held at 6 00 on on
teacher and co.sponsored March 18th' and the regular sale at the door Admission for .5; S and to acquaint you with your city.
Evelyn McGlone, Stage II nonmembers will be Tic and '
will follow.
er meeting the "Avantes" band will supplythe : :
music ,
A panel of judges Ton Town Corporation
fair from end to end and IRe Teen Town Corporationheld Touring Kennedy t I.
selected three winners Its monthly !meeting at the Cap If you are new in the area, a phone
Sunday, March 8th, the Weblo
Stage II and Stage HI. home of Mr. and Mrs Joseph ; 9
sible score for each Ponds, Alhambra Street, last Den of Pack 310, IRC Cub Scouts call will bring you a prompt visit from
was ISO, allocated as ; Tuesday. evening utilized the "Day's Outing" this
Creative ability, 30 points; Those present were Ed. Merriam month to tour the John F. Keo. your local hostess. Please give her a call: !
20; scientific thought 40, Carter, ncdy Space Center. Weblos are
president Ralph
ness 30; clarity 20. and : vice.preUidentf; ; Betty Ponds, 1015.year.old Lion Cub Scouts. She has maps and many free and wonderful ,
value 10 points The Den leader Is Harvey D.
and Joe Ponds, treas
secretary Robinson Harvey toured his Den gifts for you from local businesses!
urer. Members: Mrs. Jackie
In the Stage II exhibjts
: Merriam, Mrs Millie Cocn- through Cape Kennedy and show
was1 awarded
place to : ed the all the sights of this
Kinney for "Water ; rane, Mrs. Anna Hartzdg, Mrs.Mildred magnlficlent boys installation They

Second place to Joey Mance, Mr and Mrs, had lunch' along the banks ot the
"Still"; Third place to, Bob Tindall and Mr. and Mrs.
Indian River and
Lewis, "Air", ,"'. R. V ':Ashley' Guest! ,df thll Hext month's- trip: All planned! boys their_ .ir> Post-bloom letdown ?
meeting was Jack Miller, Titus- Pack 310, 10 years' of age, mayo
In Stag III, first place
Jean Wise "Tropism"; t yule Teen-age Recreational, 'offsets'iterBJ,Director!! JBe '. |C .on. the Weblos ayoutld; } Mrs.' Dorothy__ __n_KeeiUr___.

place to'Dennis Ringer, ; !: ...- Faye Me Mance, Cindy' jyd and Billy ,
former1: Third place, a I
Sidney "GUIs, and } ) a fnle? Walker* ; ""' Vt BredaYdLUtREADYMIXEDINT Der CompanyRANSIT
Coskey lot Reflection if ) : : ; front other joe Ponds'rca'd'ihe. r' sureh? )

exhibit report to the effect that this I CONCRETE
It would take too long ,
It con corporation h umerate and describe f 0
sect, but these young tank, an out $4.97602 (In the Building FUnd.\ m WE BUILD RC OF TRUSSESAn -

the men and women at( wheel, The president announced that Lei O. Git..You Estimate- -
most certainly flowed the corporation now has a tax Prompt Phone AM 7.3831 .
creative ability skill ; turned the exemption number on file With .U"1
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thought and thoroughness Players'r! I the Internal Revenue Department:

marked degree a Players'n ....> ......) 4 ..i..i..j.i . .. ...... ... ....
also the
demonstrates when each 'e ,I.
ability of their teachers and play S
quina Elementary ', .: -
Fair commenced at 8:
Friday night and ended : etlt of the
p.m. On Saturday : reports that
a.m. to 12 noon. At no and umpires
there an excessive the, ranks of
spectators but a constant three ,Lea SUPERFASTon
flowed through the that a
the public circled round for umpire, the drawSUPERSAFE
aisle to aisle and table front the
viewing'net scrutinizing In Titus-
hibits, which, without ) that Tom can J
were excellent. Between this source.

500 people Baseball viewed the News and) Club Center'Social. for peace of mind \ FIGHT BACK

The regular monthly at 7:30:
the IRC Little League ,. Mrs.
held tonight at 8:00: p.m. chair. .
home of Tom the Oyster !)
Abbott Avenue. Ed Camp re-
ers' agent, says there time
than enough: players to I was re MOVE UP | WITH ORTHOIP
three teams in the : Mrs. Lillian -
to fi flew
gue; six teams in the her, Miss ir

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TUESDAY MAY 17 No soot,smoke of&m *.No constant.burntnj. and less to uae. with other 'peiHcides.! And
Brlsqulttt of Corn Beef tColloantn) Ham '
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gentle. short
Bottle of Beer Martini or Manhattan it's the post-
(Compliments of the Management) : A 8amflree, fUntt-fre*) l.clrto: irate heater your appliant't.deeItr) or plumbing or tleo. ORT 0
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Reservations(S..Appreciated the Maitre D'-)267-6221 1rO.t1a;)fi fl.gJ.ngJ ', z S N" t Helping the World Crow 11.".,"

...rya e.wrrA; m "
Dlnn.r Will B. Served from 8 to 9 p-m. ",o.7""IINoo _
Mrs op Silica fte.iha
All W.lcom. for the Dance Fr..' Admlsslqn -.. -, GO All CMC.--.IUe..1mw., .Me e.rl51, r/Mat ML ..........__.,____p1.,,._,
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Much 14, 1H4 Tllutvllle (PUrldi) Stir. Adv --- ---- -- --- -- -- -- ------ He's LookingFor SCOUTS I":uljt* workshop. day: f: mp I I -

training arts and crafts and I I[ $ '
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I (Con nued From Page IB) song workshop to mention a .. ,
Mask And Hammer PlayersTo Unknown few The leaders also meet once., -
lion (or Summer Day Camps I
I each month to plan for such
held on the adjoining property events as Girl Scout( Week I -

Present Two-Act DraWl Leller Writer belonging to Judge and Mrs M The time spent by Girl Scout I'

; B. Smith. leaders Is all voluntary, thereIs
Ellis Lewis, who is orea re Mrll. Herb (Lorraine) Hlrshbjrg no pay. Their only reward .is

;task and Hammer Players presentative of Investors Selective \: was elected as Neighborhood the bright smiles and shining .
will present one of Arthur !Mil YDRAMATIC Fund Inc., says that advertising \ Chairman this year towve eyes of girls in their troop and COUPON TUES. & WED SPECIALS '
Icrs famous plays, "Death of a r In the r-Advdcate "pay for a two year term. The the satisfaction of knowing they I
Salesman" at Titusvllle High off" but he Isn't sure how much filrihbcrg* h a v e four lovely are helping to mold the future -,-
Sdhool auditorium on March 20 or at least until he has some daughters at home, Donna, Deb mothers of our country. I _m_ COUPON sBrprap
2t*, 8:00: p.m. and a matinee on further information He[ recently or ah. Catherine and Rebecca Trip observance of Girl Scout / BEAUTY I /
March 22 at 2:30: p.m. yfhn which. In our opinion,' Is '
ran an advertisement in Wit! reminds each of us that Cleopatra SOAP ',);
A1 Elmore will be seen In the fifur good reasons for Lorraine's I
the Star Advocate and, among this Is a time to examine our
load role of Willy Loman, Girl B
a very ntid interest in Scouting.
the.replies he received, was one values and the values we arc' Reg 25c Bar of
tired very confused man, now with no signature or Identifying Working under Lorraine's I expen !) pawing on to our children Thisis Famous B.outy 3. 31"1 :''
sixty In his troubled mind he for .
relives"! scenes from the past as Address on the letter! or envelope. guidance are 79: leaders a time to reaffirm our own Soap, Cleopatra
The letter enclosed a copy of the who are in charge of nearly 600 beliefs in "God and country"
Linda (Betty Kidd) struggles to (Glil Scouts Llmi'\ thrwiih WHo IItBgugtUHUlSSfl
spiritually support him while advertisement and asked for Each leader spends and to support organization t With MUM
further information but Mr about I 1H to :3 J hours each weekvritlr like the Girl Scouts
t trying to insinuate guidance
L da, most often jovial, is Lewis is scratching his head try ( her troop. But this is not
total amount of thesewnien COUPONS anuraJrlu
time G
lie ,
c ught In the conflict of Willy's ing t to( figure out just how he can
absolute refusal to accept the .... Ret such information to the in \ contribute to the wcl Dr. Robert B, HogueOptometrist
fat t that their sons, Happy quiring party If you happened fire. of the young girls in our! I AQUAVELVARog.
SCENE Pelham Blff Loman Ina Extracurricular
(f ark Hepburn) and Biff (Reggie Reggie as to be the author of the let community
P lham), plans and hopes never scene from upcoming "Death of A Salesman", explainsto ter, cell the Star.Advocate or activities for Scouts Include Announces the I.os. Bottle of
materialized. Biff has succeeded Al Elmore (Willy), "Pop, I'm nothing, I'm nothing" write to Mr. Lewis at Box 1202, hike' trips, parades, overnight I new / Ico lly Willl m. A1... /
14s, seems less self assured, and Pop as Mark Hepburn (Happy) and Betty Kidd (Linda) Cocoa, and give him jour nameor camping and the June Day location of his office
hi dreams are stronger and less look on. The Mask and Hammer production will be addiess Camp I InPIRTLE Volvo Shovo Lotion.

acceptable than Happy's Happy, staged March 20, 21, 8:00 p.m. and March 22 Matinee 2:30p. : Training programs attendedby PLAZA Limit t with MUM thruh. WHo11

lie his brother, Is lost, but In a m at Titusville High School Auditorium. leaders consist of a basic Titusvlll, PUOHi frriprKaTLtnLjpnLawCOUPON ..
d ferent for he has
way never leadership course as well ai =
a! owed himself to turn his facet Willy's confused mind he relives deceit. Wayne Stanley plays :If have real neighborhood service team, I Hours Phont
you estateto '
t and defeat and is thus more episodes from the past with this Stanley, a waiter Ken Baln campcraft, skills in camping 9:00,6:00: AM 7 If IS I
cc( fused and hardskinned, al strong, overpowering man, who sell or if ate. FOOD
Melva Cummins, and Sara Dees you ---- ----- ---- -- DOG
th ugh seemingly happier. returns again and again as a
are seen briefly as 'Jenny', 'lIIissFors.the' looking for choice real
harley (Roger Drohan), enl living character in his iinagination :;: Copt.
and 'Lctta' .
2hbor, is slow of speech, lac- Howard Wagner (Phil hely respect. estate, use our classi ,NOMAlTER Nutunrid.Inwn.. Popular Lively
o c. immovable. In all he says, Cash), Willy's employer is n self. ''HOW Y IroJin"! Brand Dog 3. for 19;
dl pite what he says, there 'bpi centered, successful businessman This two-net drama is directedby fied columns O food Reg.15e ,
to whom a lifetime of l bard:: Wanda >
and for Willy.B Wyckoff.
J y rnard (Edward Fanton), Charle work counts little against the l' ok! AT "r ... r Limit( I Kill _.... Mirm.h WHo l/ll
fact that Willy is no( longer shoe>' -
's son, Is ambitious quiet, JJ'M'I1. jyc sOf
e. nest and self-assured to turn in a profit to the company .
Jncle Ben Walter Fanton is Y COUPONwZXPAPER
( ) a ,
m n whose life was a source of Marion Topper portrays 'The fl
Woman", a nameless symbol of I4PJA I Ia Ir
p de and envy to Willy In I Ii' .
another phase of Willy's self I

IRC I C NEWSContinued p.e 1 Rtg. 25c 100 Foot. /

Pvt. Olewski Roll In a Cutter lox 16C'

( From Page 2.B) i Marcal Brand.

pI ce from which the birds arc to [
With Missile Limit f with.M MH thrMilN MM IItE
fl When the birds are released _'
fr m the starting points their
destinations are their own "home Battalion r COUPON
lolls', wherever they may be In
ca ed In Central Florida. The IJ TOILET'
Army Pvt. John Z. Olewskl II, r sNo 'Deodorant
of starting and the time of Bowl
20, whose parents live at 1902
arlival are clocked, and the re Hills, Titusville need to tpc-nd half tht viewing tim* lc.. lot's plclur
Whispering was
sure gives the speed of each race In porfoct focus. With a new tot from STEREO STORE, or 1 I Rog. 10e. Para
In yards per minute. assigned to Headquarters Bat. Quality Ropiir Service on your prottnt sot, good viewing It a block on wlra, 2' 11 e
The Southern Racing PigeonAssociation' tery, 1st Missile Battalion. of the always at th. turn of a knobSTEREO. Hanger for 4 4s
43rd Artillery, a Nike ]Hercules
schedules will be:
missile unit at Fairchild Air I H ..... .
March 21st from Waycross, Geo t WIUl IKrtutd Wtrf I/IS
Force Base, Wash., Feb. 24
rgia, 200 miles: March 28, from STORE
Macon, 'Ga, 300 miles, April 4, This unit, part of the' nationwide '

Atlanta,.400 miles; April 11, Chat. U.S. Army Air Defense ,. _: L: : MI.FI coMPONtim wtccmos rioonf: j jflyflUf pPSESl COUPON QK_. IIok 7'
tanooga, 500:\ miles, April 18, Command, provides air defensein 4CY7 SALES-SEW/CE\\ i: i:
the Spokane area "A GIRL SCOUT IS CHEERFUL" Brownie Scputs at U

Waycross, May; 3 March and 10,25 Cordele, Chattanooga Ga, Olewski entered"the Army last play are Debra Howingtori, right and Valyn ShepIrd.- PHONE t, tit.* PIMTLE PIAM 1 PEANUT /

300 miles; May 18, Macon, Ga.; November and completed basic (Carlson Photo).
--- ----- -- ----- ---- ..
May 23 and 30, Chattanooga; and training at Fort Gordon, Ga. He Rag. 39c II !
the last race will be on June 6th is a 1961 graduate of Titusville lox Sophie Mae

from Nashville, Tenn., 600 miles, High School and attended Bre- Li Fresh Peanut Inn I..
vard Junior College in Cocoa.

Easter Cantata I. Limit, I rib.hnu.h. WM kpggmgrfflg

The Adult Choir of the IRC Stamp Assigned
Methodist Church will present an CHEVROLETmakes COUPONCLAIROL ,
Easter cantata on Easter Sun 4

day night at 7:4\: :\ p.m. at the new Duly In. KoreaArmy COLOR i,I f
church pn the Orlando Highway 11 BATH |
Mrs. Charles Bradfield, choir Pvt. Willard K. Stamp, r
leader, will direct and !Miss\ Jane Jr.. son of Mrs Helen M. all of trucks Rig. 1.25 Bitlli
Roberts,. organist, will accomp Choate, Titusville, was assignedto types quality 73Llm CI
Your Shade
any. The public is cordially In. the 7th Infantry Division in
vited. Korea, Feb. 18. /
Members of the choir are: Mr. Stamp, assigned to the 2d 'ff(4J ( } ,t I with MUMII t.r.uah W<.. l/ll t :
and Mrs Joe Snyder, Mr and Battalion of the division's 32d
Mrs. Wilton Robert .
Infantry, entered the Army in
Pickering Jr., Mr and Mrs. COUPON
September 19G3 and completedbasic jgnafamffRE
James R Boyles, James A. R:>y.
I combat training at Fort
Ics, Mr.: and Mrs. James F. Me- CREME ,
Polk, La. The 17.yur.oldsoldier
Clairol I
Cosky, Miss Dianne McCosky; DEVELOPER
attended Lebanon, Ind.
Mrs. E..H Bohannon, Mrs. Tina
Sawyer, Mrs. Robert Keel, High School. M Ria.60c Bottle '
and Mrs,. Charles Bradfield, IIIr'l c
Ken Ahmle, Miss Ellen 7oC&666 Crime Divil p.r 49
61 I
Mr\ and Mrs\ Vernon Petersen, I 9S J JI

Ersil White, Miss Maryland I \ [j] Llm.I' I w)11I) iedie: /hnu.h WHo /11 I
White, Mrs. Gary Woods, Mrs.
John Q. Bevel, Mrs. Robert Wad F' rir

dell, Robert Pickering, and John 1 /I __ COUPON ._ __>_Lf_[ I.U
Weitz. "


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d t,:" ( Why Not E C.rd.of'3"' 'L. For

/Jft ) 7-
atoll I .I'' ....... s.....u WM. a/I.
Let Us. > -;-
'. r \ ., The Gheyrptet pickup with iflat interior body waifs arid can- 'a ..1COUPON

yen tent sig eps foreay leveling. Comes iri 6 8-, and \ .

Color Your Shoes 9-fbbf boidy I JBJih?. IHei dirdlW wood flopr with stee SrjiiTstrips. I Ovon ner i j

It'socomfbrtiable to ficfe ;in because of iri efjeihliciit:

lo match your new oulfil front suipfehiion. SJaIdafd engine is the ecbrtomic t with AmohU c :
( : .., R... Iff At.1 l l.mk.; 4 9 :
283 l || J... fr... the '1"'.. I' a .
230-ciMn. Six* A 292 Six pr VB optional at ext>3 cost j gig 9 .5..C.w.IMv. tI !\ .

"Do-ll-Yourscll" I LI..1t I wIM __ Ikwlh WHo11 Ji CI

-- Buy! a Kit L -h----- J I rn ;



REBU6LT Ret. 29c 12 el. Pe'1' 2 2 c I i

( 4" : Want Ce put now lift Into thot lye lattar Sa. lal! i
a f< au IJ lhoe.? Our craftsman will ,
do the |jib with iklll and pt.d Telephone Chevrolet deafer about type of truck I Limn. S .Nh. .wiw 11I.-11 W.us.. I
and save you manly testRENV your any [II j] rn :

SHOE SHOPS GUS FAULK CHEVROLET ["' .(tH t ss,. v.u,s..ullCD.1 :

INC. Park Aranua, Plrtla Plis TliuivlllaM.nd.y ..:




March li lY TRt ('I.C'IT Coral 0. Tnt: All those certain tract or par- earner if the building known with ilxunlu" a NOTICE OF tNTEMTIO1 o
Ster. Adveuh Monday Building
Psos 4-11 .J "Bouta' Motel
164'I I NIIITH: IC lIIAI. (oiltllr sV. cell of land la Lots .. 7. 9 and I; a line la a Rb,01.r6H elelirlole tyl
AND: FOR D.AMP: (OUNTY! IIIOLk 1. flat of Bellewood, according thence rue a distance
thereof recordedIn Northerly In complUnce with HOUK n
LORI It". to plat
!less. 10 a
... Plat Book 8. Page 23 Publlo of 183 feet, more or 1175. Chapter Number' err> q
STAR ADVOCATE'S ( M %"M HY N//) slut la IS feet 'I
".. which aald point Florida Aoli of 1MI. thi;
I. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND Records of B vard County point measurement, of
MISTER BREGER LOAN AH8UCIATION UF ORLANDO Florida, and being In election 19. angle' nod will register r..ltibn th,, t'

... .. ....., ) a corporation. Township 23 South Range 35 a ococcro eoubllockpumppurhouse t tthenco :of the Circuit HCounty "
..TIti. .,. H
rV" ".. Idn described al follows: distance of 115 feet more proof of publication of this
1.1, WILTON K. AVINg and BETTY Commence at an Iron pipe set at W est a I Il the the following I fictitious I nan

3. Ua.u1 23.- M. AVIN! tall wife, el .1.. the point of interaction of pointsoftobeglnnllntopby; I : II right wit I : AS YOU LIKE .IT a'
ACROSS which we- are engaged In i,
line of Lot A. ,
< I tl Defendant Northerly m..r.m..nt. thence runa .It
1.White C. God 01 war Terry' 1, Plat of Uollewood accordingto angle andparallel at 113:! II. Lemon Tltuavllilila ,
: West
'\r NOTICE OFIr line South U' W
,........_ Qe! and that the ,
.. I recorded In Plat underaigi"
-.rL-, -- Arctic bear n. Paused actress 1 STATE OF FLORIDA plat thereof to Northerly line of laid
to! ,
,,",, :: ::.. -- 8. Greek 8. A. Dlckene 2:1.: Shade I.i: tII ''Iati COUNTY OF BRKVAHD Book a, Page 25. Public Florida Record, and Lot 6 a distance of 275 feel. more the I only. persons IntereaUdbualneii. .:;
t' Brevard County
: of of begin
I o TO: JOHN MOLINARO d.b'aMolinaro or less, to the point
letter boy '
: : .. Con. Co. the Easterly right of way line slab
r. : 11.Harden 2'. Bog 21. Frozen of the State. highway No. B Dated at Tltuivllle 1i'r.11" ,
7:2 i .J ..<> I I IU. Reildenc Unknown South 21' 15' WITNESS mv hand an- the seal 21.1 day ot Feb.. AD.
7; IU.8.1)) run
j1 ; A. shade S. Guido' water r"" wopurple I1S. You. art hereby notified that a Enl along Easterly. line of rightof of this Court it Tltuivllle. Brivard Mary Smith
:': highest 3L"Tom O- rl' suit has been filed against you In of mate Highway No. 5 County Florida, this ZUth! day of Vern A him
: Encloaure4 note toe above entitled cause. and that way February, 1M4. Feb. 24, Mar.. 2. 9. 16 (M.in" I I.. I
(U.S. No. 1), at presently located
., U. Angry 9. Gun: al. bY" you are required to file your .n.w..r a distance, of 60 feet to a (COURT BEAD
with the Clerk of this Court and tosave CURTIS R BARNES' Clerk
.I. U.Kitchell 10. TrickMark N a copy hereof upon the plalntiff I point laid point being land the point Hv Bertie Hall. DC.
of the
t taker: or pialnllffs attorney.. whosename of beginning convey .. Robinson Minri"
1 range all. Hedrlck
.' .a.1n r..t.d., Lreel ed hereby. From '
11. Craggy cards 32. Enhill and addreee I. all... Holrickt beginning. continue: Bouts 21* 15' lire' Eat. Church Street I hereby wish to give nolle,. i la,?, i,
.. 1 18. All correct dowel (0. Female Itobineon lot East Church tttreet, Orlando Florida will not be reiponnlbl. tnr ,.,
of Unaa
Enl said right way
: Orlando, Florida, not later than along Attorneys for Plaintiff Incurred by
." 20. Piece out 11. Fuddled 33. Chinese .heep. L. April I. 10(4. It you full to .10 .0 distance of ::1111I feet to a point Mar 2. 9. 16 23 (Mon.) 1'JHI. bill persons other th0myself.
21. Pre.ldenUal 18.Egg- measure 41. Family pe t- a Decr. Pro Con'.n. will h. enter'ed thence run a line SoutUaaterly! '
". nickname shaped 31. Vetch O. Kind ot2i. against yoU for h. relief demanded a dlHtance of ISO feet more or ADDING MACHINE ROLLS only Jnme. M. PetenMar.
.. In the Complaint. This null I..., to a point 3 feet Southerly, 9. 11. 13 18 (M-W-F-Mi
: : .Vine- !9 Vexea 3S. Publlo roll ) la to foreclose a mortg "na., The real by right angle measurement lIe each at the Star-Advocat ) ;I'Jt;,
7' : :
: ,. : .. .. covered 21.: Prevent vehicle H.Poem property .procedeeil agalnxt la: taken from--the Southeasterly-- r

26. Competitor 22.Tropical 39. Embank 45.: Primary;
: .. 28. To become tree anent color A ; I DIDNT' GAY TODAX
vapid I SAID SOON/
.. 29.Prison I t b + s 1 41 i 'ion WEARING ROLLER

L .

s&c-V'--.. 32. Poetry 14 IS IN THE AIR!Vs t INS OP BIRDS,
$$3.AftlrmaUvs i)

; ;. ,? ,. ,...,..'. ......,.. .. .. ( J" .. reply ''S ,e
U. Malt '// /////J
beverage / /h// .
"At last! My first real chance to break a hundredif 88. A shade 't to" '9of lO 11 U U r.OJ

I sink this putt!" brown
u i. U
31. A certaln

dance craze
89. Rot 11 '/ ;z" 21 ,

U. Small drum'l' l -
S I Ut1. r _
t6. Con.cloWlo = -
M t

I Ann LandersAn D11s popg:chsrhga: 11 /4, ss sa J "0C

7. '/, '/, st '
Measure :40. 1\1\ pTH: 9c9 I46 OH-OK. NOW WHAT H''II

49. Ate dinner 3' 'tO 41 4& 4' 44 4S I I / HAS HE DONE ?/ I

Apple A Day 1Turklah distance 410 41 =:: s I 0 i

measure 4'
2. Cape Horn I

native I-I.

Dear Ann LandersI've: been ..ome time ago. Also it wan a liil

-' --- ---- --- --- '
bothered by a personal problemand Valentine that he had planned to _
Dear Kl: J: See a lawyer. II your 1.TRKii'iii: IT (III KT It'" Til *. I'I a I'I __:_
have been watching your give to a girl whose name was :MMII' Jt III) It I. flllllir INM I I
ex-wire is an unfit mother she KK IIHr.l: .titII till :>'rY,
column hoping someone else Nancy. He crossed out her name I IIIKIIM

would write in about it. NuboJy and put in my name. should, not have the children. A I.III \ :>' ( HO "". I1MI
mother who would( leave four IN HIV' PETITION: OF EDWARD
has. On the bottom of the carJ he O. AII1>l'LLAH Foil Till! I
youngsters: under 10 years of age I TION OF OAKY O. LEE A _
Why do women gut crushes on wrote "Will you please write'tome MINOR I
unattended for reason whatever I
their doctors? I'm happily married ?" Do you( think I should an- any "0 I'll'' .: or. .\ / ):AUUI'.I VIII j i II i 3-17
doi-in'l sound "fit" to me 'RIII t.KitiNUM:
and have two clulJren. I'm swer him even if he was, too TO: MR. 01UN U. LEE!

strictly a one-nlan woman( and cheap to buy a special Valentinefor 7f.ft Bail I Ann Street
Val'loHla, Georgia
have never considered having an me? Thank you. VALERIE Ann Landers will be glad to YOU ARK HbltKHY! NOTIFIED I

affair. Yet I'm sure i If! my doctor Dear Valerie: Why don't you help with problems. that the ..bo.-n.rne" Prtttlonea" LINDA? DORIS? AUDREY? NANCY? IWOULDHAVE
cn.okeJ his little finger I'd topplein concentrate on school and:' girl
Scud them to her in care of this Cocoa iiuuch, liravard County Florida GUESS WHO, PAULA
a minute. friends for the next five )'Jara7Doya has filed a Petition in the IWR.A&EP.NATHV.. fp4RBARA? ?
newspaper enclosing a tamped, auuve-styleo Court for the adaption t SALLY? MARGE? CLARA? SLJZV? SAYING (
Of course my husband has no will still be in style in 1960- addressed envelope. of toe minor child named therein v AZ DOIfT KNOW"; t

of he'd insist when you are ready for them and you are required lo how cause C
inkling my feelings!:: or why the name nuould not be granted -
I change c'ottors. That would and they for you. IN: THK ('IH'U| till KT OK" Tilt: by serving a copy. of your written -
NINTH\ : Jll.KHI. IIHilir. IN" drfenira, It any upon FRANK
lull me. I have a world of faith AID ION BHfcVtKI:: 101 :VtV.IOHII M. WO I.Hi:, Attorney fur .'I'etllliiner ?

in this physician and I even Dear Ann Landers: My wife a >.%. EDWARD fl. AUUUL1.AH 1'. O.Itox I
CIIANtKHV: : ? O. said Urev.rd
767. Lows peach
look forward to my visits to his and I were divorced last year. Ml' TICK HI DKKrMIHOWARD ': :: County, Florlila. J2 J.,1. and by fllln* >- \-, ,

office. I confess I actually manufacture We have four children-the oldest I. URCIU8MAMPlaintiff the original. thereof wish the Clerkof
aalil Court on or before the Tin ?
[ little excuses to see him Is 10. VI day, of April. A.D. lut,4.: otherwise
My ex-wife has a no-good MARY OHOS8MAN it decree may be entered UKuluit \
more often than li necessary. Defondanl. you ranting Said adoption. XZ aRIL1LkM Jj:

Believe me, Ann this Isn't going tramp of a girl friend living with TO: Mary Oroi>man. WITNESS my hand and oral or.Kid
loots Buniet Avenue Court at Til unlUe. Urevard 3-Ib
her; They make the bars togetherat
to lead to anything All I wantto .b.r New Jeraey County Florida this the 6th day of
know Is why do I feel this way? night and go pith anybody who Notice .: hereby:given that a complaint March, A I). 11)04. 43

asks them. for divorce baa beta tiled Ct'KTIS R. BARNES CLERK ca: 7 TO THE LEFT, I 6TIll DON'T SEH
GUILTY SECRET .(Unit you by the plaintiff In the I OF TUB CIRCUIT COURT
above styled court and are 19 TO THe RIGHT. WHY YOU CAN'T /
Dear Secret: It in not uncommon Last week my 10-ycar-oM tele- hereby required to eeree a copy 0' sty hartHatS l a ... LEFT BURY YOUR BONES I
for a woman i to<> develop an poned me at 9:00: P.M.:. to say your anawer Woonaon.and pleaillnv P. O. Don upon 117.J.William : .. Deputy Clerk I : ; 3W TO THE RIGHT. LIKEOTHERDOGSj I II8TOTHE II I I II i ;

their mother didn't home (COURT gkAIt!!
emotional attachment to her doc come K:..u tiallle. Florida, attornrv for the SHANK M. WOLFE i I I II q i

tor And It.. understandable, because from work and they had not had and file the orlRloal answer Attorney for I'etltloner o a
or pleadlna In the Office nf thClerk <
to her the doctor is a sym supper. I went right over fixed ot the Circuit Court at Tltuavllle. Cocoa I', O. lion mach T37 Florida, 82931Mar.

Lol of help compassion, relief them something to eat gave or before, Brevard the Cuunty 261b day, ITInrl.U.. of March.11MH. on. a .16. 2J, iM (Mon) 1'JOI.'

from pain faith hope confidence them baths and put them to bed. If you fall.. to do 10. a Decree ----

and of At about 2:30: A.M. their mother Pro Confeaiu will be taken agalnut. MITIIK: UK INTICNTION: ) :' Tl>
comfort peace .
you for the relief demanded. In he Rkt..sSH IIIIIIUIH !NA1IKIn
mind. came home loaded. She was complaint torai! >llant.e wlh I House Kill

mad because I was there She This notice Shall he publlnhnl, No. lila Cuaiitor. Number :*i9J.La .
To a woman the doctor I U the once a week fur four eoneeo live ... of Florida, Am of 1'Jll. the 311
strong wise considerate saintly said the sitter was supposed to week In the Tltuavllle HtarAdvoUon umliTilgnui! ,..Ill/ register' with the

come at 8:00: P.M. and that It was perk of the Circuit Court In Bre .
man who listens patiently to tier Uon and Or"er.d.t Tltuavllle.Brevard vard Ciiuuly, Florida. upon receipt
complaints unless of course the girl's fault that the kids were County Florida, tbli Vlit of proof ot publication of this
day of February 1WI. notice" the following flutltloul
the doctor happens to be her hus alone HCurtla R. Unmet name to-wlt: "Red limn, Furniture"
band. I am worried sick that my C-lork of the circuit Court under whlih I am engaged In .'urn-
Kyi, V *. 8pana>r D.O. Ituri .al Bus Main. TUu.vlllo. FlurI -
children are being neglected. I CIRCUIT COURT MEAL) I"a. and thnt the umlnrnlnned' '"
offered) to take the children whenwe 13.. WlllUm Woodion the only per ion lutereited In laid
Dear Ann Landers : I am a J. William Womtinn. bnslnees
were divorced but my wire Attorney for Plaintiff rested .1 TIlUHvllle. Florida. thli a O Aj
girl nine years old> who already wouldn't hear of it. What can I P. O. Box 1175Kau 9 day of March. A.O. 111.Chnrlia C o'i u 1

has a problem for Ann Landers.I Game Sterile W. Hruao t
do? ED Feb a(, Mar. 2. a, 16 (Mon ) 1M4. Mar, I, 16. 23. 8u (Mon! lixil I
I did not expect one for at least --- --- ,f _

three years but here it Is already

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This buy I used to like lived TELEVISION GUIDE

next door to me until he movedto

Kansas throe years ago with Q

his parents. I cried when he went I %
Ch. I Father Knows Bert! Uoo: Ch II Movie "Two Guys 'rum I
away. lie didn't write to me but Monday U: ,43 ('h. I Guiding Light Milwaukee'Wednesday <

I can't blame him for that because li:66 fh. 3 News, Ray MihererNew
nulls! l.UO: ('h. 2 *. Weather.
he was only six years old ('h. A Olrl' Talk L ''jyO r
1:00 Ch. II !Mewi.' Bpurti.. Weather 1D
then. : ('ii. >1> KinU: lord t --..:...:: [ X0034
C.U. 1.w. fcpoiti. Weather 119: t h. 2 FmuaHUnm MOKNINti! I ,coo, ..:: 0. :
<:13 l'h.1dl: url.. .
I got a Valentine from him a < lau: ('h, a 'aAi Alta Ch. 3 Sunshine Almanao. / 'i
/ I.u: I:h. V N.wi. dporti ('h a the World Tumi : j' f ; ,. ,0 .,)
few days ago.: The Valentine was ':3u Ch.. :2 New. utility, BrlnkleyCh. Ch.: a News Mike Chamber 6.30: Ch. :3 World. ClvllUalloa !'!:"" ;...: ?rtT M t
6 New., Waller Crunk Ho I.tn Ch. 6 Sunrise Scmeater v\ v 1 v I ,
b'lt' it sort of late be. rOo
pretty was Ch. tt Ncw. Ron CoibrunI 1:4\: :\ Ch. CartonnaIjftm 7:00 Cu. 1>> TodayCh. '- >. ..
cause Valentine's Day was quite :43 l'h.lllOrbll t f.W'h. 2 Make a Dint. 6 Operation. Alphabet. 0., NhLw1
lieu: Ch. :a Zane Gr yCh. ll
('h. II I'aeaword 7:30: Lh. It iu.i Feature !I:
6 Ducat, ('h I Ann Hoi hernNCWH lh. II Mickli KvanaTB3 c )
til. II have dun Will Travel 2:1: ('h. 2 Hi/yii Kalber : ('h. A News. Heather e;::;
TONITE 1:30: Ch. :3 MuvlaThe. View from 2au: ('h 2 l>ou.oriHoum 9:IM> Ch. d Captain' Kangaroo
THRU Pumpcyi Html"Ch. ('h, / Party t:JO Ch. Curiuoni9.UU
FLORIDA 8 To Tell the Truth ('h. g Day In Court >>: (;11. a Divorie Court :
WED Cli. t II Outer Limit. 2:11: Ch. I Newa Lisa Howardl.oreua Ch. 8 American lllmoryCh. :
SIH1:, Ch. A 1've I Out a Ueu-el a.oo ('h, a Young It Exercise:: for Women : :: : 4.r Q1j
S.JO Ch. 8 LucyCh. Ch. A To Tell the Truth 9:15 Ch. 9 Cartoons
THEATRE. TITUSVILLE I Wagon Train Ch, S General Hospital ..all Ch. 8 Romper Room !
': OPEN 6:30: AT 7:IS. 1121Y : :: Ch. :2 Hollywood Ch. 6 News Mike Wallace
10.:Wl Ch. :2 Mln. Along with Milch 9:30: Ch 2 Tnu Don't Bay ('h. .U ripanlah
Ch. S Kant: IIld., wed 111<1. Ch.5 Edge of Nlghl 10:25: Ch. :3 News Edwin Newman
S Ch. a Kreaklns. Point ('h. V Queen for a Day luJO: Ch. >a> Word for Word
., ,CUragoouslY lieu: ('h. 2 1'1..... Spine Weather 1:011: Ch 2 Match game Ch. a I Love Lucy 1 THIS //S THE ONLVCHANCE IVE GOT You KNOW I'D DO THEN YOU'LL SAIL 1 7 VOO S
Ch. Ne.... Bob Young r" A Ferret HtorinTrallmaiKer Ch. 9 December Bride TO LAY ASIDE A fcJNM.1 Of DOUGH At4YTNiN01p HELP PoP AND ME >b WHERE 6GT P
{ y 11:in Ch. 9 Mewi. ttiiorti, Weather Ch. C 11.00: Ch. 3 Concentration TO TAKE CARE OF BECKY WHEN YW, SLATS : TNI$ ClD CHART SAYS ;
II'f" rti. 1 KilliorUI: 4:2\: :\ Ch. 2 Hinder Vanocur Ch. C McCoya J' f XAA' NOT A81S TO, CHARLIE THE A TREASUR'Sl
lls: Ch. ( Movie "mop." You'reKilling 4:30 ('h. 2 Burns and Allen Ch. 8 Price .. Right' DOG SAYS I NAVENT aURIED 9
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MARCH 16, 17,18 4
Group -Handsome High*Impact

j t Case with Record Holder

''d:; A. M. "Tex Johnston and several Stereophonic Cartridge
are jet transport cur. fh-.
rived recently at the Atlantic: rent mod:b ct the 707 production ru (Plays Monaural, too)

Missile Range to assume his planes. CELEBRATION Two 4-Inch Speakers
,t; Phonofh j
new duties as Manager of the Tex was an exponent of "slide- (Separate Volume Controls) 34Speed
Boeing Atlantic Test Center rule" test flying, wherein the ;' r
_ Johnston replaces Douglas E. pilot contributes materially toIle \ Automatic Changer
Graves who has been appointed design and reliability of an \ (U4 l 33.45. 78 RPM)

I as Manager of the Space Pro airplane through carefully planned -. i:
:: pulsion Development within the and specific maneuvers to -5-- M ss ,
new Launch Systems Branch of solve engineering and performance -
the company's Aero-Space Division. problems. This led to his !
selection in 1960 as assistant

- In his new assignment, Johnston Dyna.Soar program manager for IS A
will support all company design and test. lie was named 1 Co1i# les( :

activities: in the Cape Kennedy program manager for Dyno- A SUREI.! gMor.(yew ftvorlto*ubll. ........"Thurfdry. .
Soar in December\ 1961. r' .MorcH II end *. dcH of butln u StHif.
area. He will report to George; PL1 .
K Stoner, vice president.manager His honors include the Octave day Mirth lh.number Jt 1464.GUOM of oily{ .b...iw In th. tpoclilpothocory
of Dot ing's new Launch Clianutc Award (for combining f |or il tho Cf; Sttr oprionl Phonograph

Systems Branch. science and practical experiencein M A R K E T S M 4 7 Dlipl.y .
the operation of jet aircraft) The c._'"am l. it I o ch Publix will win tho
Airplanes and Tex Johnston : e Phonograph.. In the vtnl of .tio. toloctlon
have come a long way together by the Institute of the Aeronautical will .bo m.do by ." Imp nid third perry of
: Sciences ((1956), and the O i1J toil-... Imploytoi of fubllx, riwlr. fcnrnodnfoftmlliw.
since they were a barnstorming .
Fling Tiger Award (for development 0 to* unmorrlod mloort will not boligiblo
team with the old Innman Bro.hers 40 ;, to ntor INN'l confHt.IIMIMIU .
thana in air transport) by the 0 ,tfvo. b MtKlfig.. yoo .UIM
) Flying Circus more late General Claire Chennault ., '- M .....*1/..H......b ehnYy.wa liimr wffl
quarter of a century ago. lie. ((1U57). r GREEN b._If....
was program manager for Boeing In his spare time he prefer t STAMPS 7 WlWIERS!
on the Air forces Dyna-
to hunt big game or big fish. too
Sour this nation'smost
program: Ills office in Seattle was decorated -
advanced piloted PUBLIX 100th Store Celebration
I spacecraft : with heads of a bull Festival Queen Strawberry ONI AT IACM HJtllX MAIKITSWIFT'S
; program until it was can
moose, a Dahl sheep obtained in
celled in mid December. .
the Yukon territory( and a near- 2lb. 59 \ 'w.:
Burn on a farm near Emporia, record sailfish taken off Baja, Preserves jor t:,). : i :" :
Kansas in 1914, Johnston attended Ca!lfol'Dla.

public schools and studied Johnston and his wife De- Dole Pineapple-Grapefruit PREMIUM PROTEN GOVT-

at Kansas State Teachers Lores, have three children. INSPECTED TENDER-AGED
College In Emporia, as well as 46-c
Spartan School of Aeronautics, HAPPYBIRTHDAY Fru.Dr.nk 25 HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
. can
Tulsa: Oklahoma, Kansas BONELESSSliced
College Manhattan, Kansas, and
F&P Flavor Perfect
the University of Buffalo. Tuesday, March 17
Johnston logged the first of Mrs! Ester Edwards 303 ROUND
his present total of 14,000 flight Herman Wattwood, Jr. Beets IOc
hours in 1929 when he soloed in Mrs. C. L,. Graham O can

an open cockpit Waco biplane. Earl Hickman
- After receiving his private pilot's Vaughn Day Hunts Yellow-Cling
license Tex barnstormed through Robert English
Kansas Nebraska, Oklahoma George Mason Peach Halves 2V2 25c .

Texas, and Missouri with Wnlter H Gibbins, Jr. can
the Innman flying circus. Nancy Lynn Crispin

Johnson military first flying was associatedwith in 1939 Ashton Barbara R Wicker Funk IOO 'v Ep T AO IOO 79c -

when h,,) became a civilian Wednesday, March 18 Cairo Beauty FreihCucumber
pilot instructor for the Army Mrs. David Mason Jw( Green Stamps' 15.os. __ .

Air Corps at training centers in H II Hudson I .i*, .,._,.....4puch.i ...(i I ChipsKing lor 23j -..."'''''''
Texas lie switched to the Air Clyde Pirtle RINSE-AWAY DANDRUFF CONTROL Oscar '" t u. ..;.'."'
Norwegian p' .
Corps Ferry Command in 1940! Mrs. Knnncth Evans 6-oz size $1. -

ferrying and spent various the next military two planeson years MM Betty Richard Sue Price Clinton SOOOOOOOQOOOOooooooB' Sardines i . . . . .tan flot 29 Borden't Small Curd 2-Lb.

the North American continent William Eugene Jackon Sno-Tip Alaska

Michael Radcliffe f Collage Cheese 59c
In 1942! Tex joined Bell AIrcraft Darrcl Gene Roberts SO (EFT Am50 SalmonGreen . . . . ... : 57 .
Company as a test pilot.
During the next six years he Jw( Green I .
Stamps 1 M r" Swlff'i Premium Iar- -Q
made first flights of several I Mlr.q, ", ..l cot/eon. ond purctiato oh', ( h ", .+ y ,
Bell airplanes including tho, DRISTAN DECONGESTANT TABLETS tt
1139; the tailed King Cobia sise 98cr. Bee f PorkorHamcffiirt
fighter, P63; the armored RP-- there IsONLY ... .4w.a.., ftUrch II 1M4 ,
63, a target aircraft; and the 1)OOOOOOooooooooooo) PIMM r LIMIT 2 PLEASE
Navy's L-39! first American B.os.
k 5 9c
swept wing airplane.In pkg.I .
1340, Tex won the first 5omEF : SO I BREAKFAST CLUB
postwar Thompson Trophy race I
In Cleveland: Using a modified ONE J"
. Bell P39 "Ail cobra" he outraced I I ...dt.la ea.pr aN p....",.-.. OLEO o IJ Kpecicil.v o
12 planes by circling the 30 I Swift's Premium T.V. ..Party Snacks
mile closed course 10 tunes at Welcome Wagon Intimationd.with 2 6-ot. 78c Betty Crocker's Chicken Cr Herb
an average of 373.9 mph. This I over 5.000 hostesses, his more pkgs. '

was 90 miles an hour faster than I' thin fostering thirty good pears will IN expirltnce business and IN S I) 0 00000" w.000000000008 Biscuits ,. . . . ."piS" 79IOnxEXTRA
any prewar Thompson race
community lira For mor< Inform- r
plane had flown. j I foe about... Betty Crocket's Crabmeot i fir HerbBiscuits
:Johnston left Bell in 1948, i 1 1.lb e 1,'/oz. 79

signed on with a helicopter company j :: O" SO ctn. 1 Oc I . .. . pk,.
in St. Louis and subsequently \raon
I AVelcoiV J
flew oil exploration mis- ,( Stamps gg

alone over the Louisiana swamps, 2674)762) I irohAscopo.i.. ,..,."ch..h, frorctt: foods 9

Arizona and the wild lake country I -nM-----------. Tarntw Wit Hog B'fast Link Sausage ]
of Northern Alberta. I WUCOIII MnwcOMDlII Iu. 8-ox. pkg. 49c y Cheats Sauce &
I .. h,. Nupe II lot twee y.e'n iF 1 .
lIe joined Boeing a year I later I II". I mint W.d> Mirch II IM4 ; 29*
and conducted all high speed )i i I ., E1')OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Babv Limas . . :Pi.Saabrook k .

find stall tests on the B.47 In I *",.- ,
1951, he was assigned t to( the' City 1 100 Uses! ,
B.52 program as project test I Ie"'..N kin Hi. Wiliono WiM I INaitm SO VVV fX(> ( \J\/S 0 0.it.: 29' F

pilot and in 1952, became chief 01. I ,mild, nil Ilk* l>'wkmlbi mo to ttw II I Handi-Wrap . . roll
of flight test For Boeing, he I Star-Advocate. I IFill J" Green Stamps i 50 Ft. Site

has made. first flight in the YB 1o. \ I .rih til*coupon.id,ii di,.M.h I 50ft.roll. :
Hit mow n4 mill to Clrtvldftii 33 Regular Size
52 Stratofoi tress and B 52 jet 1 .,i.. J' Royal Shoeld Filet Mignon Steaks SaranWrapBreakfott . . . :
bombers: the 80 proto'ype' .fO/ ....:;.----- 10-ox. pkg. $1.29
Club Enriched

----- = Boo,} o"9/ WN.. Mush tl. 1M4 QoS White Bread . 2 reg.sise. 3V COKES

Skillet Beech>Nut Strained

50 VVU rX'XEXTRA FREE 050 Baby Foods . .10 IJ.;: 99cloicit :

wv- J" Green Stamps Sandwich BagsBaggies :

/ adA. + cwp..odpwd...." ; 50.ct. 29 6-Bottlo CMaxw.II
. . . pkg. 19 :
House Instant Coffee Carton :
.0 S-oi. Jar 99c <=>:
SPECIAL FOR TUES heH MrM* M.rcli 1 ,, Mo
rg'jOO.' 'OO QCS produce lace :
Plug Tn anti Depollt
STEAKSAtIDWIH Crisp Western CelloPackCARROTS i
( 5 0 UU XTRA0 50 With Purchase oi $3.00 or Moro

le- Green Stamps =>; .
** *'I....*..d pied.>.....aI.< <=>i'LANTER'S tU'II.U.
With French Fries \0 O-
and Cole Slaw lis. 79c pkg. "e
inwl ....... WN. .....It rasa TWO.:; ., 528 PARK AVE. i i50m"'k'f"Amso

L tQiQ.lQ.lQ19.o.o19J>.10

C 6 50-666"FR> 50 ; ; PIRTLE. PLAZA. f1b1

i Green J H I Green Stamps i .!.
I er, ....__.Stamps......._.a I C5"/ .... (o.-vl. ,**....of \' ARKRT5/ TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
Aisertttl Diet Drinks u
Metrical Dutch Cbecelate Diet Drink \0 Wetrocal :
*\0 89c S'
3 rag cans 89c 3 "1. cons
Pirtle Plata Tliuavllle 81)O) O O. O O' OOtm) S'JO.Q' iQ.oS -


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I Don't Store Left-Overs Sell J'Em_ With A Classified Ad TODAY'S BEST I


For Rent Mobile HOmes Mobile Homes Real Estate

i SEE THE NEW 19C4 HAYES GENEVA 60 acres, high rolling BUYS
DEADLINE 3 Pw t>&y 8 etorsPUb1IC&IQ HOUSE IN EDGEWATER. Fla, SKYLINE TRAILER SALES land and pine flatwoods, partly
D Far d. PrtU Children welcome. Lots of room. I .T 51 x 10, 2 bedroom, |3v43. New and Used Mobile\ Homes cleared a bargain at $250; per
A.M. t.to For Mon. Publication $60 per month unfurnished. Phone I BUDDY 8210 E. Colonial Drive acre. T. W. Mero, Sanford 322- 122-2 adjacent lots north of(

Mr. Fox, Garden 8-2211 New I SO x 10, 2 bedroom, 14193. 2481 for appointment. city. Each lot Is slightly over
WANT AD KATE Smyrna. I :,Tully furnished in modern decor. Orlando 277-9671
size and Is
I ctnta our word ,,, one acre in
Free delivery and set up. Long
Minimum ChargO SO* TOR RENT: or OPTION to buy. 1 term bank financing.MARTIN'S TRAILERS fQ* !KENT Real Estate $$2250 with $830 down and

--I bedroom home, near Parkway MOBILE HOMES balance at 6% over 5 years.
School and shopping center, $tO( Authorized Skyline Dealer $73 PER MONTH, at Riverview INVESTMENT or DEVELOPMENT .
ALL CLASSIFIED ADS monthly, priced $10,850. W. J, 1224 No. U. S. 1, No. of OverpasS Trailer Court, no children.! Rt. 50 1,080 acret, high wooded
PAYABLE Eittblllhtd IN ADVANCE Account Smith Realtor, 267-3311. TitusvilU 2074081 and U.S. Hwy 1. Tltusville. beautiful land. CAPE KENNEDYarea. 128-240 acres forth of Mims
Bvcept Hwy. frontage. Near new on good county! road with 2900ft.
IN CITY, I bedroom, 1 bath home. 1963 14 ft. TRAVEL TRAILER. MOBILE HOME with home like golf course and rapidly growing railroad frontage of good
ZUuKltA;. DUpltr ftate Anllabll $85 monthly Call evenings 287- Sleeps 4 adults, $885 can be room added, on corner lot, very Patrick Air Force base. Maps,
OB KaqueitTh 1821 close in on U. S. 1, $24 weekly, county road. Would make excellent
lUr-Aivocat riMrvti tbl financed, 287-Sl960r 267-4891. prices data. Realtor coopera
)rlvlU' ,. of r'''l.lor or Mjtetln Intellectuals. 2676441. tion. Wrlte-call. Thurmond Knight industrial or development
.njr. dnrtlMBunt wbtck II d*.miobjaetlonibl ROOMY HOUSES In Edgewater, .; MOONLAND TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT Realty, Inc., phone 844-1353 Res. site. $730 per acre with
and to cbaa,. tbtcluilflciUon Fla., $60 per month, unfurnished W.
9998, Palm Beach, Florida.
ot any dv.rtlxm.Bt 3600 Surfside : 25% down.
Write owner, :1 Mobile Home Sales
from that ordend to conform to ONE ACRE trailer space, $30 per
tb*policy of thli paper.Tk Terrace, Daytona Beach Fla. I ttW7iI1 month, children welcome. Applyto HOUSES FOR SALE
Biar-AdtocaU QUALITY HOMES AND with 660 ft. on
will not tNapenilbl > 181-20 acres
NEW S bedroomtown R. E. Sprlngman 2 blocks off
for ors Uu e. Incorrect ,. SERVICE
Inaertlon nor will It b. house, tiled bath, central! -.- 50, Christmas Park. 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, built in kitchen Route 46 near 1-93 Interchangex
liable for any error In advirtln-- heat and alrconditlonlng.I with orwithout ", U.S. 1 North of Overpass payments $81 monthly, 229 1320 ft. depth. High and
mw II a greater eitent than Pirtle! TRAILER LOTS FOR SALE Parker Avenue, Call 427-7189,
the .coat of tHe pace occupied bjrbe range. Near Plaza. ''Tltusville 267-5695 New Smyrna Beach. dry at only $2000 per acre.
( ,&t.nu la the dvertliemenU $133 monthly 267-1828. TRAILER LOT already zoned 69 29% down, balance IS yrs.

0 IRC, :1 I bedroom, like new, no small MOBILE HOME OWNERS x 100 ft. 2" well, septic tank in, 2 BEDROOM: HOUSE, unfurnished @ 6%.
Enetneai Off toe SS Main BtrMt children or pets. 2676149. 8-1 only $3700 cash. Don't wait, call $400 down, $55 monthly, CaU 267-
S Dial AM 7- 331 LIVE RENT today. J. W. Chlldre Realty, 267. 4207 after 5 p.m. -
I OHIO Uoure 1.00: to 5.80: p.m. 2541. 19fl-1V4 acre wooded building
NEW HOMES In Forest Hills, 3
site located in Spruce Hills,
OFFICES FOR RENT IIbgF&w.s 5ya5. TM.,1004.W.td..I"",".i.sc_ and 4 bedroom, all electric sod
FREE Moving StorageLOCAL Mims. Paved street to
;: Animals OFFICE SPACE. Good location. wouldn't wanna, look TOO Intelligent ded and landscaped, 10% down, erty. $2750.408Trailef I "
I and low monthly
1J 3 offices. AM 7-5728.
or room and AND LONG distance mov-
down $20 a
$20 payment Construction
Chewning Company,
REGISTERED! ; Chihuahuas, ers. Moving, storage, packing
will full
month buy your own
BEFORE YOU DECIDE See 2676789. lot la'I
2926 South chipping, cold fur storage crat. on private
Hopkins Ave., 267. Help Wanted acre mobile home lot at beautltl
3$0} after 5pm.Building this AJr- downtown ndltloned,Tltuavllle heat parking office.! For Sale Christmas Park. Become ing. Free estimates. 2673341. LARGE 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, double cated In town. $4500 or $3700 -
Brevard Ridgeway Mayflower. without trailer. Lot size is 68
$95. C. B. Davis, Realtor Orlando FEMALE HELP WANTED your own landlord. More than carporte on beautiful woodedlot
& Const. nite-day CH 150 families now reside here. l in Whispering I I Hills.I 1429 Oak X 100. 'I I
vi lIe ,2677840. 1.333dtus'I'; OVERLOADED new, FROST. CLERK-TYPIST, WITH accounts Don't buy before you see for NOTICEI Terrace. 267-1935.
Mitt] CLEAR 15 cu. ft. REFRIGERA. receivable experience preferred, yourself. Only a few lots left. 415-100 x 130 off Old Dixie ,
: CONSTRUCTION residentlab.
We must TWO HOUSES in
TOR/FREEZER. move hereby wish to Rive notice that Edgewater Fla.
for old established Tltusville airport
Highway near
commercial and remodeling For Rent in and talk to company. CHRISTMAS PARK Near stores. Cash
these NOW t Come Many fringe benefits. Call 267-: t will not be responsible for any $400 and $120 Nicely wooded and
12. in Tltusvlll LicensedinJ
years us before you buy anywhere. 5900 for interview.CLERK.STENO Route 50 Christmas. Florida bills incurred by persons other per month for both. Write Owner located and
bonded. Phone AM 7-2328. ideally $3350
Home Furniture Company.' Rt. 48Minis __. 3600 Surfside Terrace
ROOMS FOR RENT Phone Orlando 273-1727 than myself. Day. well worth it.
Fla., Phone AM 7-3565.: must have know. Rodger R. Glover tona Beach, Fla.
CimpingHunting ROOM MEN ONLY, twin beds or ledge of typing and shorthand, or Mar.\ 2, 9,16, 23 (Mon.) 1964.
can ito private. 2675759. must be able to meet public, excellent home 423!)-We have several buildinglots
BUYPR:; rent a folding tent camper 3 bags for $1. Nichols Poultry working conditions ALLEN REALTY 1 baths, closed garage 14 x 24. In Port St. John. If you
apply Plumbing Supply .
LARGE ROOM, private bath for Farm. Closed Saturday. 267. Lot 80x107. $12.600. Park I
,.sleeps 8, stove sink. Icebox. City lIall, 525 Palm Ave. Cocoa 636.3790 Avenue are considering building In
Double J. Campers. 2476 Old single girl or married couple. 2367 Realty, 103 E. Park Ave., Edge. this area, stop in and see us.90ver .
Dixie Highway,;: Phone 267-1584.; 2673777. MALI HELP WANTED Directions 12 miles west of SEPTIC TANKSof water, Florida.SACRIFICE,3 .
REFRIGERATORS FREE2ERS, Titusvllle on Highway 50 at
: Child Care CLEAN ROOMS for working men. washers dryers (almost any 1824 YEARS OF AGE telephone, Christmas, Fla.Moving. pre-cast concrete, steel-rein I bedroom, 2 bath 3 acres with 200 ft.
; 267.0234. make). Buy Em Wholesale plus car, that needs job. After 7 forced state.approved, sizes 540 central heat, a/c, make on U.S. No.: 1. Good high land
p.m. (all., 630: gals., 735 gals and 1000als'o
ervlce. T.V. Service Center, 2671260. just north of Mims. Priced at
CLOSE IN Titusvllle. clean com- ROOM WITH private bath reasonable 2113 Garden St., 2673883. 2674236. Grease traps installed tanks oCfer'l $16,500 with 29"o down.
for table home. Experienced. rates phone 2672090. ROUTE SALESMAN cash bond re- pumped and cleaned, drain fields 'J750? DOWN. 3 bedroom, air !
_Hoy, day or week. 2672210. FURNITUREBRAND between relaid. Work guaranteed. Pittman ditioned, double carporte
ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen priv- NEW overstocked.: Must quired. Apply 26pm. Septic Tanks, Inc.. Phone AM 7. family room. Mr. Evans. 267- S59-500 ft. U.S. No. 1 frontage
Foremost Norwood
CHILD CARE hour Dairies Ave.
wecTT anbY River, day or lieges/.( TV and washer. AM 7. sell 7 piece living room suites. ----- 4421. P. O. Box 2016, Tltusville, 3267. by 400 ft. deep including two
.75766.. Heights.AM. 2283 after 5 p.m. $119.77. 3 complete rooms, $248,50, HELPER AUTOMOBILE: paint and ? Florida. corners. $55 per ft. with
SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies no money down, easy terms. Call body shop. Experienced and a- LARGE 3 BEDROOM: bath and terms.
For Rent for rent. 801 Orange St. 267- 2675735.: bility to prepare car for paInt. Position_Wanted %, $300 down, $85 monthly. Call
; 3400. ing. Phone 2677506. LOW LOW RATES I I II I ---- -- Weisner Realty, 267-7125. 749-2 business lots in good location -
NEW 1964 COLOR T.V. $35950W.

: FOR RENT NEWLY FURNISHED, air conditloning T. plus service. Buy Em PLUMBERS WITH county or Tit- DEVELOPERSReal Continued tn Nx1 "ag.f in Avenue.Indian River Well City worth on
TV, Maid service, $30 Wholesale. T.V. Service Center, usville licenses. Call Howard Quality Service Hopkins
Floor Sanders. Polishers weekly. 2327 8. Washington or ___2115 Garden St., 2673883. Myers. Southern Plumbing Company Estate Salesman I the price of $7500.
: Phone AM 7-3253 call 267-5407. 2677383. Compare Our Rates Man\ and wife team Qualifiedto
WHY BUY used appliances that 731-320 ft. on Hopkins Avenueby
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET LOW rates, dean rooms for work has been demonstrated for GRANTS NEEDS aaleamen for appliance Free Estimates take full charge ot Sales &: 1194 ft. deep. Attractively
Baldwin Shopping Center men. $10-3./ : Call 2676185. months on the floor at high and TV department. Process VA and FHA Papers f nmCS1 priced for use.
prices when you can get the appliance Guaranteed salary plus commission. -
APARTMENTS FOR RENT _WAREHOUSE FOR RENT you want wholesale and Company benefits, group Lowest Interstate Rates From Through Mortgage Company.
in the carton with service from a health insurance retirement Brevard County I I I Write !\I.G.M.\ 205 Willow Ave., 755-Approx. 100 ft. from ocean. A I
MODfcRN SIX ROOMS duplex STORAGE SPACE m metal build- dealer you know. T.V. Service benefits no experience necessary. Merritt Island ,Ia. Two 2 bedroom apartmentsand "
$85. close suburban, quiet, cool lilt on Nevlns Court, rear :ofStar.Advocate Center, 2115 Garden St., 2673883. We will train. No phone FOGARTYBros. a one bedroom apartmentall
15 g. Williams. building. Available calls. Interviews from 95 p.m.Apply Transfer completely I furnished on
now. See 11. II. Hudson FENDER PRECISION electric W. T.: Grants, Pirtle Plaza. Real Estate corner paved street with extra
2 BEBROOM' \ DUPLEX. unfurnish- at Star.Advocate. base guitar. Blonde finish with CALL COLLECT!II 50 x 100 ft. lot. Located in
ed.l child, $90 monthly. $25 accessories, plus fender leather InstructionsREAL Cocoa NE 6-0713 Acreag.BUILDERS New Smyrna Beach. Approx.
damage deposit. Call 267.7586 For Sale case. Base guitar, list price $279; Eau Gallie 2543133 : ACREAGE, 2 blocks rentals $400 per month. Pricedat
before 11 a.m. and after 8 p.m. guitar case, list price $60 worth and shown
; from country Club or lots with $20,000 by appointment
SMALL UPRIGHT near $350, sacrifice at $200. Excellent ESTATE COURSES city sewage and water. Readyto only.800Beautiful .
piano completely reconditionedand condition. Call Ron, 267-, $25, See Mrs. Davis Tuesday: 4.7 build on. Call Baker:267-5530.
reflnlshed. Terms to suit. 0331 or 267-7135 after 7 p.m. p,m., March 17, 1964. at Stanek Remember pay your Paper Boy.
PALM HOUSE"APARTMENTS Insurance 117 Broad St., Bald- new 3 bedroom,
FURNITURE 3 rooms of fine win Shopping Center. 2 bath home $13,650 no down
2126 W. 2676385
Tropic -
with V.A. financing.
furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite payment

.. TAKE UP Payments on two bedroom 7 piece dinette all only $13,81 InsuranceRUSSELL LEAH CONLEYEMPLOYMENT
suites at 1384. Dinette per month. Decor Furniture, 204K. SERVICE 1Ijtt: 818-4 bedroom, 2 bath home
: Some Furnished suite with six chairs, $50 00. AM Magnolia Avenue Indian River ,11 : between Tltusville and Mims
7-6313. City. Phone 2677613. 1041 N. Dixie Hwy. ;$
:Children Welcome! Westinghouse kitchen, lot 150x
INSURANCEInc. (U.S. No. 1 South) O<.. T............ ... 75. Deep well and water
For Sale or Rent softener, extra 2 room building
jitusville, So. U. S. 1 and amplifier, almost new, $95 t' Eliminate that bottleneck I Of- wired. Only $14,100, with

complete. 2671539. 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH screened 2001 So. Washington Ave. WOMEN JESS W. CHILDRE fie* movtt art our iptdiltylIf $3000 down.

EDWARDS REALTY COFFEE FREE porch garage, central heat andairconditJonin lot Class StenographersIBM y.e plannIng to move your

Best In town with sandwiches, pie ,. $165 monthly. 2 Phone 267-6720 typistsExperienced REALTOR i BUILDIM buiintti w.11!! band). the |.b 823-Central air and heat 3
Baldwin Shopping Center or $1 purchase. 46pm. City months in advance. 267-4376. Waitresses quickly and fficltntly., bedroom 2 bath home with

J AM 7-3261 Rexall. Mobile Homes Experienced Housekeepers deep well city water, car-
Help Wanted Think of concrete floor
t Call for boat fenced in side and It
drill 267-4377. TRAILERS FOR SALE
back. $17,900 price, $2000
0 down, $125 per month Includes
fice. Send resume to Box D, I fair shape. L. Earl Walls, 434 Sheet Metal Mech. and helper everything. This is a home
SfE OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE Star-Advocate. Hillcrest Avenue. Body Man & TRANSFERDAY you would be proud to own.

Equipment Operator
Laborers 240' Main Street frontage OR NIGHT 886-4 bedrooms, 2 baths FlorIda

HOME SUBDIVISION I ABOUT 6 MILES Auto Trimmer and helper 400' spur tract. 87,120 square Phon. AM 7-0223 room and patio just north ,

NORTH OF NOVACape Carpenters feet of space. Will sell all or Ag.nt of frontage Hums on including US No. 1 100 which ft. -\

:; Featuring: Security Guards part. Zoned B2, ideal for ALLIED VAN LINES could be sold off. A buy at
( Canaveral Project) and near New Smyrna Beach approximately -
contractors and
plant with terms.
Manager trainee and ass'ttrainee. storage $19,500
2230 acres starting 500 feet West of U. S. Highway
1 for sale as a whole at an average price of about $600 per yard, wholesale warehouse.Call .
LARGE 75' acre. Part or all of 2500 of adjoining U. S. 1 frontage 600' deep Credit manager trainee 837-Beautiful executive type
; x 110' LARGE POOL available at $50 per foot if included with acreage sale. Some adjoining Salesman J. W. Childre Realty estate just 1000 ft. north of

: LOTS WITHCENTRAL ., SHtTTFUEBO: Hwy. to Indian River frontage and other lands available. Bartender. 1st class. AM 7-2541 BE SAFE! city limits. Has a beautiful
For details on this "buy" see large home placed among

: WATER HORSESHOES, Etc.j$95 S. 0. SHINHOLSER, JR., Realtor Brokers Invited BE SURE! trees.citrus Shown groves by and appointmentonly. high oak

1501 N. Peninsular, Box 472 I '

GA 8-8141, New Smyrna Beach "North revard'. Oldest Real Estate Service" Deal -
I Only 953-200 ft. frontage on Garden :
DOWN $35 MONTHLYTc & Street which i Is being four
ZtJ. I laned. Zoned for business.
With A Just placed on the market for
REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusvllle go north on SYDNEY SCHWARTZ REALTOR ( J. $23,700 with terms.

US. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U.S. 1 for ont more "co.T.lephone REALTORLook

rnHe to our entrance on right. For free Information! RENTALSRent

call 267- 586. "BEST BUYS"COMMERCIAL AM'.>>u for this with option to purchase.New .
symbol for your 3 bedroom 2 bath horn .

: protection. It signifies 8 with central heat and air conditioning !
1. INVESTIGATE this real house value. Three bed- in nice neighborhood.Rental .

: AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TI!.. DARK BUILDING: For lease, Offices & Ware- rooms, (large master bedroom) with two deluxe high integrityand : WOO per month with
professional first and last month In advance.
house air-conditioned, 28 x 60 ft. bldg. Lot 150 x baths. Huge carpeted living room., Two air conditioning One half of rent to apply to purchase -

150, additional building ((1068 sq. feet) in rear. units. Efficiently arranged kitchen with standing. Deal only price i if option is exercis

with a Realtor .'. Only a ed. References required.
APARTMENT SITE: Frontage on three streets, City dishwasher and disposal. Double carporte with Realtor displays this seal.

Now Open water and sewers, Zoned R-3, positively the best extra large utility room. Fenced yard; well and

buy in town $19,000.l pump,for irrigation. This home is situated on nice George M. Barley, Jr, 8DANENBURG

beautifully landscaped lot In one of Titusvllle's Inc.
.. WAREHOUSE: 24 X 40 CBS, practically new, roll-up
steel door, close in, will rent for $75,00 per month. prime residential communities. The owner is refinancing S Bryan-Conway &:

//Chickasha Mobile Homes this loan through FHA at no cost to buyer. Winstead, Inc

CORNER OF U. S. No. 1 So. and fcrevard Street, Busiest Price $19,900.00 with legal low FHA down payment. Campbell Associates,
corner In Titusville, Total of 333 feet street front. Inc.

SALES DIVISION AND LOT age/ Nice House and Zoned B-2 A steal 2. We have several nice FHA acquired properties that S J. W. Childre, Realtor
$17,000. are being remarketed. Call for information.
Sydney Schwartz REALTY

S Danenburg'a Beach
;U. S. No. 1 2 miles North of Mims at Rocket SYDNEY SCHWARTZ Realtor
Realty 1514 South Washington
: Motel Phone AM 7-3097. 1141 S. Hopkins Ave. 8 an-Come/a y & +Jnc. Edwards Realty AM 7-3858 I

= Open 7 days 9 A.M. until 7 P.M.'A Tltusville, Florida Ed KittIes Agency

AM 1- 100 or 6101 REALTORS INSURORS. L. Newman. Wbere buyer and seller expect I

LOT MORE FOR A LOT LESS" EXPERIENCE( DOES COUNT I Dial AM 7. :SOU Day Night or Holidays M. N.Weir! &: Son, Inc. and get better and faster service


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Continued From Proceeding Page; Real Estate Wanted Used tHR CIHCtIT otT. M1TH IV THE COURT OF FluE' MX til M THE tlmtllt Cots Of tllMMNTH .UUOHIT fXDFR: OTICB or ArrttrAtiov
Cars & Trucks 1)1(1 It. ( IttClIt Ol- rt.ORIItl .11:DIC III. CIBCIIT: : IX AMI FOil JllmltL IMIllT. ( MANE.: \ JOB TAX DEED .
II: AM. FOB aitVAHK OIXTVIN : lIitiCV.ltl'otStStT. tIDHIIM. .1711) hUt TRIll titTiTt nf 1'MRI K.:. sTATIC OF FLORIDA tJCTI'tI0t7.1 Notice le
Real l Estate INTERESTED IN' 3 bedrOoitt CMI.XCKH: *. c..tllt. .NO.MouTtitcn Ill Chancery No. rim:" I wto. "T lYE' "r ".UHtll t.M COt'NTT/ or tft Torke Janitor holder hereby Hi Iveh tax Ohs
house small equity,, br good buy 59: CHEVROLET. 2 door, auto- 11,007, 'iltIci: to nr"'END: tM-KBt Toe). ima The uaderalfnao, lest laaued day ce m
in new house. Tltusville 267. transmission. 2S7-5792. toaPorl.o'tar. FRANCIS JERRY SHIVER THE!: MANHATTAN iATlXOH tare: It la the Intention ef the i May r.o'b111 lIt?, baa tMel1. r I
7893. FJRST FEDERAL. sAViNGS AND PlaIntiff BANK a New Tork mrpnratlon.Plaintiff. endernigned te entice la a my office and has made applicant
BOUSES ,fOU SAL LOAM AimoctATioN OF NEW ".. entrrnrlee. uade/r the for a tax deed In be issued tkereor
Wanted To Buy SMYRNA etc., AGNES ELIZABETH SHIVER. 71.. nf RiVERSIDE: : MOBILE bu.I."I' Said oertlflciite embracea tie follow -",
Sale TradeS PUlntltf, IwfrnrtKMTOiAONFS located at SUM Harbor ln( Aeacrlbed property In the Count'
t .
: ELIZABETH 8HIVEKRKMDEXCK ell, Ran Oaltle, Ilrrtard of Brevard. Stats of riorlda, to-wlt
AIR CONDITIONER i.> "roWNSENDMAROAKkT ANN OKIrrlN, hIs' wlf. .et alDefendants.
home, completely furnished. 1-2 ten, photie RAYMOND and !: t'NKNOWN riorlda.' Lot 7 Block S
$2000.; take over payments. 2 bath, central heat 28T-29SJ. : C. TOW.NSK.ND: his NOTICE IS HEKkHV; GIVEN PLicitltTootlra Tuna l Iltt".hd In said. .. elapine; Grant Towmlte of
wire, *t al a CoMplaint for I'lvnrr ami op sti. : and the .I aa plat
Phone 267.3236 5 per bosh apae
p.m. to 9 p.m. and alrconditlonlng, dishwasher USED AUTOMOBtLtS city AUto DefendantNOTICK that *.. of Ownership. a. to the fol NOTICE Id MERKRT: GIVEN: each, la ae fnllowa-- Itttec.
disposal built-in aJliHln$ I\F tt'lRF.I-r.o, i to-wlt that purauant (0 the Final hecree ofFol'eu'loeore John Randolph Hi : .
BRENTVrOOD range and oven : its; otI.It ilcucrlbcd property : (en 1J/1J T 23 Jf R. ao/IS B.
ESTATES well for lawn, furnished or unfurnished "art. AM 7-1... M HKRRBT GIVEN' I Lots thirty five. thirty all an"thinI' I lad Hale colored In he Proof at Publication nf this 18.1 The aaaeamnent. of the said erep
S well planned models ire now CURTIS R. BAHNE8. Clerk niece, I I. Shock Two of the caure pemllnt In (the Circuit Court tention te recleter.. la filed. lII..rw erty under the said' carllti.'nte! lease
Brentwood Estates Is mlntt for 10' wide trailer WAnt t6 Tad tatlhll., Court will' sell at Public flit of Melbourne Court In ftrctlun I U and foe Urar Cnunl/, FlorIda pursuant to Ihe provlalona nf thelaw. wna In the name of A. R. Marge:
open.from lots or acreage. Phone 2672016. IlIrtJon to the MfMiMl ahd brat hill Five. TowonMu Twenty Cane Docket No. tlSM, 1 .will Hell 1 ef PIobtio.Johu laon. Csles laid tertlflcate shall r< ,
i downtown Titmvllle, Ocr. for cub at the Br.var.1 CountyCourt :'IKIiht.: Hani Thirty Coven Bum.cunrdln at nubile aurtlnn to the bent .n, Itannolph tta.en redeemed. accordlnf to law. 111propertty
West on Garden Street. FHA NEW AND USED CAR FOR any kind of garage House at Tltuavlll In lOre.'ard to the put of Kouiril.Ilrevard hltheat. bidder for faeh, between titehour. (Slanalure) descrIbed therein. will\ I, .
2-3-4 bedroom air l County Florida, during the County Klorlila Pulilli' nf eleven a'clnrk la tke fore.Sons 3. U Harbor City RIviU aolil 1 to the hlfheat bidder
VA, homes from GUNS and equipment, at U
(repair ammunition) compressors and two orlork In the after.nnnn .
Rau (mule. ria.Ail.lr
i: of the itecorole.SILl courthouse ,
hour isle Tuemlay door
legal on 'I at 11 in) edo
$85 monthly. Includes every. H mile south Florida Wonder- J jacks, grinders, etc 491 hopkins: gist flay A t). 19 4\ PtiI'suant ; Ford Automobile Serial on I he with day ef March A I).. ( ..a> noon on the Unit Monday In tli\
thing. 267-7142 or NE 6-8383. land. 267-1520. : rr.:; of foreclosureIll ,. 19M.! at the front deer of the HIT.yard month of .
Indian River Gun Shop. to final Number 2L'tl064l) I Count* Courthouse, In Tltua.Vllle Swore' In anil aunnrrlhen Id .Seforeme April A D W4. which I
that certain came how pending the lib day of April. AD. m.
BEDROOM 2 bath new, low 1963 FORD FAtRLANE. 6 cylinder 818 FT. U. S. 19.98 frontage overt In the Circuit Court of Urevard Plaintiff hon been In filed the .rlllnit above tylcd you by Court.the Florida real property the I followlnf deecrlbed of ,July at ,Melbourne 10A3.' Fla. thIs 2* day Dated. this 21 day of Feb.. A.I1M4.

down payment. Nicest section In with stick. For sale or trade acres, trade for north Brevard County, Rnvlngi Florida, and In which loan AOftRto"n'd .FlratFederal. : aDd you are hereby required I to nerve Lot HAMPTON HOMES \Kulah I ; Prows CurtIs H. name '

Titusville. Forest Hills. 287-3364 Call after 6 pm., AM 7-5783. create or lots. Phone 2672016. Bnyrna. I iU plaintiff a copy of your ANBWKK or pli-K.1- 6i'vI t'NIT NO. S, ai-- j Notary public Clerk of Circuit Court,
and : 8 Towhnend Sod ins upon WILLIAMS OK.ILICH, cord In, to plat thereof. aa re.rnriled Mr CnmmlaMon Riplrea Brevard County, Florida;; l:
LUXURY LIVING new brick Wanted To Rent Margaret C. Townienrt. his wife. P. O. Hox 8\8. Melbourne Klorlila, In' Flat! nnnk 9oae> 33 June 2. 19(14' (Circuit Court SealS\ "
veneer, 4 bedroom 3 tile bath, ServicesBRICK and the Flrit National Bank of Tltuivllle Attorney orlRlnal for ANSWRR the Plaintiff In the anil offlienf fIletbs Puhlle Records Florida.Curtla ll llrevnrdCounty : M... I, II. 2:1: 3it (Mon.) I'NK )'...b. 24. Mar. 2. 9. 18 (Man.) 1964.
a* Buccnaor to) the AMela(
built In range and oven dish BLOCK and tement work. FURNISHED 2 or 3 bedroom of Brevard State Bank, are defendants the Clerk of the. Clrrult Court, R. Rarnoa
washer and disposal intercom house. 2672624. the following descrIbed realImprovementa Tlluivlllis' Brcvard. County, Florida! Clerk of the Circuit Court ,..
Free estimates. Yerger Construc en or before th 81 day of Merck,
BY V. ft. '
eotate or property. lotether with U. "RpanflerDeputy
with AM and FM radio central tion. AM 7-5728. 1W4. It you fall to do so. a DecreePro Clerk :
oil heat and aircondiUoned .- COUPLE DESIRES furnished thereon laid. property: Confemo will be taken aaln BREVARD COUNTY ZONING OFFICE :
situated In the City
helnf or near (SEAL!: OF THB CIRCUIT COfttT
wood burning fireplace, wall to ROOFING, PAINTING additions, apartment or home. Monthly nt "un 11I0. In Urevard County.. Complaint.:you fur the relief demanded In the Mar II (Mon,) IM4.M .

wall carpet, double car garage, and general repairs. All work basis Call 267-3411. Florida and more particularly described -
fully landscaped, corner lot guaranteed free estimates licen. aa follows: WITNKM mv hand anil, offlrlnl NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING I
TIIK tint I IT GARAGE, SINGLE or double for! Lot Fourteen 1141.) Block U. otPINEWOOO seal at Tlluivllle Florida this SH
27500. For appointment sed and bonded.
267. 267-3411.
VILLAS. of 1964.
per map day February
private workshop for several JrniriU. rtnritt, 'ix
1928. In Plat Bonk 12 TS 8KAL:
pact COURT )
INCOME TAX returns, accounting months. 267-5674. vard County Florida 1 'p.i1.: ; TR'I'I"" K. BARNES ISIS, HtB MMKV4MII CtI IIXt TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

LOTS FOR SALB and system service C-F Assoc Record. CLKUK CIRCUIT COURT I'S p t:, tlt\t't.n 'Sb). IMSO51)11eV.
WITNESS soy hand n" tM Offlclsl Iy! V. H. MpsnglerDeputy
iates. 267.0271.REMODELING it THE rmrriT COI-HT ttr THFM1TII EraS ot this Honorable Court Clerk NOTICE U hereby given In accordant with SectIon 22 of
ATTENTION BUILDERS, I lots, JIDHIlt. ( InCtITM IS .t Titusviile, the County Meat ofBreverd Mar. 2. e. ID. U (tMon.1) 19 as Is, $2200 each. Shady Oaks IMMEDIATELYdone .\ > HB nix ('<>C >TY OAHI hxu.:. na-.rct 01 on thIs Plaintiff tIne BrcvaH County Zoning Regulation thai J. W. Chlldr has re- ",
all kinds. 267-0680 evening \ >. TATK: OF M.OK1I \. the 12 day of : 1544. VI
subdivision, large storage ware IN <'IHM'KRV: *7050 CURTia K. BARNES Clerk of EMILY!: ANNA juotttd that the B re vard County Zoning Board/Board of County
house and small house included. days 2670890. AMERICAN IRVING 8AVIN08 the Circuit Court, In and for : IslE: rlHfllT {tll'KT tit' TIlE DefendantTn ,
Call owner. 267-:5963. BANK a New York corporation Brevard County, FloridaBy :MNTII 011 1111 tI.. (INIIir INNI > Fmlly AnnalRM Cemmliiloneri consider the request for change of classification to
T.V. SERVICE CENTER 267- Plaintiff, : Bertie Hail .\ > I-OK UK rAKIIOl: >T4', 4th AvenueILonivlew TR-t' ( Mobile Hom. Subdivision) en the north 335' and to TRAIL.
3883. Home service calls only v.. MORIIM.CII' f !Station)
IN SCOTTSMOOR large lot, 100x $295 with this ad. All OFFICIAL Dc"J tJhC:oKAt. 095 CItY: M'MHHt. : IlIIIn Illrkory North CarnllnM ER PARK on the balance' on the following described property
135 $685. Large building lot repairs ROBERT L. CLARKE and BARBARA '"TIC r.: HI I'l III.M',\ I IIONJIAHHV You are hereby autirietl I that a
in guaranteed in writing for 90 B. CLARKE bin wife, el al. Mar. 18 IMon.1) 19114.soiiex F. SMALL Complaint for Dlvnree haa been filed S 3/4 of the NE Vi of the SWV Section 7 Township 21, .

100 x 135 Scottsmoor, $900. days. DrtelliIinta.woricE Plaintiff talmt you and you are required. \ Range 35, which U located wait of FEC RR and approximately .,
Call Wessner Realty, 2677125. Of M IT : OF ft.II.F. V9UOSK ti> scow "a Answer orPles.I1n
.ftcarmf' V mil north of Rd.
[INCOME TAX and bookkeepingservice STATE Ol FLORIDA TO: MARIE' SMALL attorney, Kelly :
20970! .
LARGE LOT for multiple dwelling Robert L. Clarke and' Defenilant John A. Steed tit Hallaril Drive,
Resident 267.3516 Barbara B. Clarke, bin wife, Notice la hereby given. that purauant Eau: Oallle, Florida, and file the the
or community business. $200 to the Final Decree ef Foreclosure TO I ROSE MARIE SMALL nr PUBLIC HEARING will be held at Agricultural' Center In ..
Office 2673751. H. Burgess It" 41 Marl Creicent DriveConsiick cooT! ) Weatohenter. Pike l IItln.1 Anawar or PleaAlit In the office .
down, $35 monthly. Also can finance 1. Associates. Long IiUnd, : and dale' entered la lie Haverlowit Penniiylvanla of the Clerk. of CIrcuit Court onop Ccc.., on Monday, March 30, 1944 at f:00: A. M. or ai seen .
I In the Circuit I Court Insnt
building. Inquire 2671481. lad New York. for Brevard County Florlcla.In YOU ARK IIKRKHV NOTIFIEDthat brfor.. the HIli day f1t ApOll thereafter. a* poitlble. Final report and hearing will be heard .
INCOME TAX returns all parties claiming Iltl..r..t.i" an Amended Hill of (t'omulnlnt, 1'4.' It you tall to do en. judll'm..ntby '
prepared by through, under of .uCllnt the the Chancery Case Clerk Docket will Not..11th.2UV7I),. for Divorce haa been filed .lfoln'l .I..taull will b. lak.n ajainstyou by the Board of' County CommliiUnert at the County Court. Hue,
| Phone 267-3183, $3.00 and up. Robert L. Clark and BarbaraB. ,
for the relief demanded In the
Read Star-Advocate Classifieds! Clark, his wife, and all part- property situate I I. sail count des.crlbcd t you, aerve anil a you copy are of your hereby Answer r.qulr.,1o to Complaint. TituivllU, Florid, at their first mooting following thin! da.*. All .,

PAINTING, expert. reliable and le* having or claiming t* hive any' aa: I the lllll of Complaint nn the Plain- Done and Ordered at Tllmvlll, Interested parties are herein given notice.
satisfying work. Estimates glad- right, title or Interest In, th* realon Lot 2, Block C. WHIUPERlNnOAKfl tlff'a attorney and to file the orl(- Florida" thIs 13th day of Mur'h
property wILlS Improvements. I her..' Second Kectlon, according Inal Answer I In the office of the. 19(14(
ly. AM 70776. herein. deecrlbed. to a plat thereof. recorded In Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be. CurtIs R. Barnes
Plat Book 12. page 104 of the for* the ITth day nf A,..II. 1IMH. If Clerk of Circuit Court BREVARD COUNTY ZONING OFFICE
REAL ESTATE INCOME TAX RETURNSby YOU AND EACH OF YOU hereby. Public Records of Itrevard you fall to do ao. judgment by default Bv V. II DC.
telephone or appointment. take nolle* llna suit his been County, Florila.TOGETHER will b* taken aialnm you for (COUHT 'tIJ..MP.nSI..r: by O. D. Peavy Zoning DirectorMar.
: tiled acalaat you the above Myledforecloa WITH all fixture* the relief demanded In the Amendedbill l Mar. 1*. 13: p,.. 1 tMnii) ln4.
and Licensed trained experienced. Court. The fliers of the .ult I. to attached to br Used In connection ef complaintDATED ..5
M99-Motel, 9 units office R. W. Copeland. 267-0274. that certain. raorta-ate reo with said prtmlaea.. Including I at Tltuavllle. Florida, 16 (Men.) 1744.
3 room living quarters 200 corded November 26, 196*, la Official the followlnac: this 13 nar nf March, 1W4. ,.,'
feet US No. 1 frontage Full SINGER SEWING Machine Cb.., Recorda Book 161. pat JiT Public One CK Refrlc-rator. Electric (tOt'RT SBAUCt'HTIM: If you have rental
with 1/3 Recordr of Brevard County Florida, Model LA8I1H, Serial OR. R, BARNES
only abcs
price I sales and service. Pinking ( encumbering hereinafter deacrlbed 81620 CI.KKK. CIRCUIT COURT
down. etc. sharpened. Phon AM 7- real property.I The name of One OK Rant", Rlectrlc, Model BHKVARD: COl'NTV
R21-Two 75': X 150' lots, four 2244. the Court In which said suit la penit- J4018I, SHrill I T llTlSl.One FLORIDA list it in
of Inc la ills Circuit Court of lbs Ninth Duo-Therm. Wall H..r.Mod..1 By: llertl Hall. housing, BREVARD COUNTY ZONING OFFICE
1R.C. 51,500
FREE LP bottled installation. Judicial Circuit In and for the 83S-S. Herlal i 113K24.: Deputy Clerk I
each. gas County of Brevard. State at Florida One Mercury Kitchen Exhaust FRANCES: ANN JAMIE8ONAttorney
209 N. U. S. No.1, Titusvllle. In Chancery. No. 2T8tlj, and model. aerial
the abbreviated Fan no or num.b..ro. for Plaintiff
1 to River. 600 ft. The Star-Advocate!
C54-U.S. No.
Suburban Propane Gas Service. title of th scoso I. American Post Office nOl 131
depth. All high land and ready 2676411. IrvingSavlnfa Bank a New Eleven Venetian. Blinds melal, Cape Canaveral I Florida NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGTO
for your type business York corporation Plaintiff va. Robert manufactured by Roberta A..II.Inw Mar. It, 13. 80, Apr. f (Mon) 1964.
L. Clarke and Barbara 8. Clarke., aad Venetian Blind Corn'
$40,000. NEED YOUR TREES trimmed or hla wife, et al. D.le"d.ol. pany Orlando Florida no WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ,
D43-417 feet Route No. 50 front cut? Experienced and capable The descriptIon of the real prop. model or aerial number '.
Inside city limits Ideal tree trimmer. Call Ronald Greenhalgh en v Involved In said soil aad dee.crlbed at public aale to the hltheat and I It "
age In tile Complaint .la aa fol- beat bidder for cash between! the
location for business cateringto / 267-1747. 10.1: bourn of eleven. o'clock' In the for,. BREVARD COUNTY ZONING OFFICE NOTICE E Is hereby given. In accordance with Section 22 of.

local and highway traffic. Lot 19, Block H BOWE OAR. Boon and t_ o'clock la the afternoon the Br vard County Zoning Regulation that Marcus E. Dunn has ..
Call for detail DENB SECTION J-2, according on the 13th day of April 19C|
Used Cars & Trucks to plat thereof recorded la Plat at the Front Door of the Hrevanl NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGTO requested that the Brevard County Zoning Board/Board of County... ...
A4S-4 Acres North of Route No. ROok 12. page 28 Public Recorda County Court Houae In Tltuavllla ,
Commissioner' consider the request for change of classification ,
Florida. .w
SO. $2,200 per acre wltii. ,nly of Brevard County Florida. _
YOU AND EACH OF YOU at'. required (COURT BRAD to RU-t (Single Family' Residence) on the fallowing described
% down.
4 WHEEL DRIVE. Jeep Station to file your .wee to the CURTIH R BARNEA WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
H87-Two bedroom furnished Wagon I960. A-l condition. $1200. Complaint with the Clerk of the Clerk of the Circuit Cowl property: s.. ..

home In IRC $6,000. total 267-3535 or 4422. above styled Court and sers. a copy Byi, V. P. Bpanfler NOTICE li in ictoHante with Section 21 ..
thereof upon Plaintiff Deputy CI.r.Danl.l. hereby given,
Lot 4 and .dl.unt| half of vatated todd. Pine Villa Unit 1
Situated 60' 127'lot. 'hOI'.r: : .
price. on x STEWART I.. ATERg. Thompaon Mitchell the Brevard County Zoning/ Regulation that Jolt W, Chlldr has ,
1957 CHRYSLER. Imperial Crown, rem. li Post Office Box S02. Eau OalHe Attorneys for Plalatlff r.ctrded PB 13.120 and land described ORB 4)/l(50., .. .....
$600 good condition. 267-0972.) Florida. not later. than the lOll, 81)0) Atlantic Bank Bulldlna; rtqutittd that the Breverd County Zoning Board/Bearo! of County \
Il83-Nice two bedroom home day of April A .D. 1W4 a* required Jarkaonvllle 2. Florida Section 21 Township' 21 Range 35, which I Is located northside
with extra large rooms and by law, else decree. Mar. 18 (Mon) 1M4IX Commlfilonori consider the) requtif for change of clattifleatlon
56 MERCURY, 2-door new paint a pr* CoilfessOwill of Dairy' Rd. approximately. 250' east of Counly Rd.
hardwood floors. Between IRC nice and clean. Reasonable call I each be of entered. agalnit you aDd to IU.I on tho north 200' and TIM (Mobllo Horn Subdivision/ ) on

and Cocoa Selling for $10,- 2672693. IN WITNESS you. WHEREOF. I hue> Tub CIHCV1T <0l HT OF Till tho bolonco of tho following described/ proporty
800. hereunto net my hand sad affixed NINTH JlllUlU, ( IIKCIIr MAll PUBLIC HEARING will be held at the Agricultural' Center In

H104-Five (5)) bedroom River. 1961 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE convertible the official.. Erected aeal ot County.laid Court Florida at Tltunvllle. ., P1.1))1Cli.'OLEHY) KK nKKtAKIt ( "\-OCY"! EH of the NEV4 ol the SE
front home with 115 feet U.S. 3-way power' low mileage this 13th day of March A D. 1WJ4. : NO. SlIMS which l I. located walt side of Old Twrpontlno Rd. ell thereafter' as possible. Final' report and hearing will be heard
No. 1 frontage Must see to in beautiful condition Inside CURTIS R. BARNES NOTUS1: TO IIKFCIU:
.. and out. Can be seen anytimeat Clerk of th. Circuit Court ANTHONY 1PKOVENZALB.rial south aide of SR .,.
appreciate $35,000 with 29% by the Board ef County Commissioner. at the County Court House,
Brevard County. Florida
:517 Park Ave., priced to sell .
HI09-Two down. bedroom home with quick. BY V. '8. Fpsgl.rDeputy Clerk ANTOINETTE.v. PROVENZALK PUBLIC HEARING will b. hold at the Agricultural) Center In Titusvllle, Florida, at their first meeting" following this" date. All

garage Florida room and 1956 PONTIAC, good running condition Stewart SaAL. OF L. Ayer THE; CIRCUIT COURT) TO: Antoinette Proventele Defendant Cocoa, on Monday, March :10, W4 at '::01 A. M. or *l soon interested parties are herein given notice.

four ((4)) adjoining lots. 88! fairly clean. with aircon- Attorney for Plaintiff YOU ARE HERRBY NOTIFIEDthat thereafter as poitlblo. Final' report and rtoarlng will b. hoardby
a Bill of Complaint for Divorce '
orange trees on property located $295. 2674357. Poet Office Bo> 802 tho Board ef County. Com Ililon.r. at tho Court House
ditiomng, Eau Oallle, Florida has been. filed. a.aln.t you and you m County BREVARD COUNTY ZONING OFFICE'
inside city limits. $18.000 Mar. 16, 23 30, Apr. 4 (Men: ) 1964. are required. to aerve a copy of Tltuivllle, Florida, at their first mooting" following thlt daft. All '
total price. HELP! Private owner forced to your answer or plaadlnf. to the Bill
by 0. D. Peavy Zoning DirectorMar.
H114-Gardendale Area New sell very clean :57 Buick by of Complaint on Ibo Plalntlff'a al'tllrn.y Interested parties ore herein given notice. ,
Robert A. Bcott. 2825 North
3 bedroom 1 bath home. 2/17/64. Make offer. 287-7747. NOTICE OF ISTBITIrtf( TO Babcock Street, Melbourne Florida,
FHA approved. Only $695 REI1IKTKR!: fiCTITiOUS M.\M1In and file the original Answer or BREVARD COUNTY ZONING OFFICE 16 (Mon.) 144.BREVARD .
down handles. 1950 CHRYSLER $50; 1956 Ply. compliance with House Rill pleading In the office of the Clerk
mouth $60 1954 Oldsmobile No. llTi Chapter Number 20M>>. of the Circuit Court on or before tie
Hill-3 Bedroom 2 bath home. Law ot Florida, Acts ot 1841 the Sib day of April 1M4. If you fall I* by O. D. Poavy, Zoning Director .
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huge kitchen, family room and $75. 267-6998. underalgned '11'11Ioto.\ .. with the do ao, Ju".muby default will b.
living room. Central heat and Clerk of the. Circuit Court la Br.. taken agalnat you for the relief demanded Mar. U (Mon.) 1964.BREVARD .
1959 FORD pick-up F600. Phone vard County Florida upon rofelpt In the Bill of Complaint..Done .
air conditioning with 2 car 267-2845 noon weekdays. of proof ot publication of tan and Ordered. at Tltuavllle, ZONING -
garage. Situated In very nice notice, the following. flctltlouc Brevard :.. trMtIOr1da. thIs subdivision. $2,000 down. name to-wlt New. Frontier .Mobile day of March, :
t. Home Park under' which .4. 'irs etf- CUKTia R. BARNES .,. //j <$ ; 4'J N J
aged I I. apace rental. fur mobile) Clerk of the Circuit Court 'NO'TICE'fOF'
homea. at 8cottamoor. Florida anti By Bertie Hall PUBLIC HEARING ," .
ARROWREALTY that the underalgned are the onlyp..lOOlI. Deputy Clerk' COUNTY ZONING OFFICE s
Intereated. In saId ..u.I....... CIRCUIT COl'HT HEAL) .
Plaintiff :
2 day of March. A D. 196f. Attorney for
Irma Oooaalea 2828 North Babcock !WreetMelbourne NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGTO ,
SCHOOLStart Frank GonoalesMar. ,
I. a. 16 23 Mon) III<<. Mar. 9, 10 23. DO (Mon.) 19C4. NOTICE i I. hereby given, In accordance with Section 22 el -; .

this Tuesday 7 P. It. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: the Brevard County Zoning Regulation that J. W. Child re has :

attend' first session as our guest. requested that the Brevard County Zoning Beard/Beard: of County .
311 Dixie
N. Highway HOWELL'S I NOTICE I I. hereby given In accordance with Section 22 of Commissioners consider the request for change ef classification

Indian AM River 7-7037 City Fla. BUSINESS COLLEGE I Westwood Manor the Brevard County Zoning Regulation that Mrl. A. M. Brown to BU.1 (Neighborhood Retail Business) on the following detcrfb.. :

hot requested that the Brevard County Zoning BdaroVBoard of
1528: S. Wash. Ave. (U.S. 1) ed prop.rtyl : :
Don R. MancinI Broker 267-1161 County Commissioner consider the request for thonge of Class, !

I Old Dixie flcatlen to RU.1 (Single' Family Rllld.ncit) on the following' described Lots 2, 3, 4 A 5, Bremmer S/D recorded PB 5.100, Section .

HighwayBrick proportyiLot 20 Township 21, Range. 35, which ,Is 'located east tide

AUCTION AUCTION: .' AUCTION ef, U. S. I approximately" V* mile south of Parrlsh' Rd.
12, Plrto Grove Heights SID recorded PB 13 page 26,

Section 6 21 :35 which U 'located
Township Range westside
: A-U-C-T-I-O-N I Iz Homes, 3 bedroom, 2 Full Tile Bath, of Turnbull Rd. approximately 151' south of Joel Av.. PUBLIC HEARING will be held at the Agricultural Center In ':,"l.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18'FU, M. : (Colored) Central Heat Built-in Range Cocoa, on Monday March 31, 1M4 at '::00 A. M. or a* soon .:::

INDIAN RIVER CITY PUBLIC HEARING will be held' at the Agricultural Center 'In' thereaft at possible, Final report and hearing' will .be heard'

o 100' Bu.lnei.. Lot. Neda Fill on U.i. H.'y. t wIth Riparian w/Hood Sod Lawns & Shrubs Choice of Cocoa, on Monday, March :30, 1964 at ':10> A. M. or ai lOon el
lUghtu to Irda River. > by the Beard ef County Commissioners at the County Court House. ,
n.t door mi 8".-4oo: Marine Lit. andEs thereafter as possible. Final' r.ort and hearing' will b o heard
acro.Property. Si.?. mUFlorid* Wonderland. Attraction c: Color Fixtures. Reasonably Priced. by tho Board of County Commissioner at the County Court House, Tltvsfllle, Florida, at their first meeting following this date. All
'4 mIle .ruthJct. Hwy. 50) and N.w U.S. 1 In heal of .
t) profn Only *. and O.ttw.r to IOn Moon ttlckneu' forces ownerto n Titusvllle, Florida, at their/ first meeting. following' this date. All 'Interested! parties are herein given notice. .

snub?t b.oluu auction without reMr-ro.. Auction lga onKoperty i Also F.H.A. Homes from $13,750.00 to Interested parties are heroin given ", tic..

<: 0 $14,500.00 $450.00 Down. Ready for
: 337 N. FERN CREEK. ORLANDO, FLA. Z Occupancy. by O. O. Peavy, Zoning Director' ?

PHONE 424-0954 O. D. Peavy, Zoning' Director

"25 YEARS OF SELLING EXPERIENCE" : Mar. 14 (Mon.) 144. ;. t
267-5437, 267-5293, 267.2802 Mar. U (Men.) I'o4. + r, \


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V PAYMENT &auii/J $15,000 TO $19,000 :


A Community Of Fine Homes In I Titusville $4750 to $6 50 Homes restricted to 1900 iq. ft. minimum. .

F H A LOW DOWN Only 2 Miles Welt of VS. 1 On Garden St. COWART & CARTER, INC. I

3200 Garden St.. TittuviU !

I THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM 2 TILED BATHS Phone: 267-3222 or 2672331ond. I



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.. 1-8 Tttuvlll. (Florida) Star..Advec.re Monday' Much 1 1', 1964., -., 'Tid. ,
Parrish .
Hospital Activity High Ltw
"" STAR-ADVOCATE Classified Ads Get Results
Cily Recreation iT"jjpy. sUf&u' ;:' Admissions, and dismissals: at Discharged: Titusville: Ker-r Tuesday, March 17
Jess Parrish' Memorial Hospftal 10:85 a.m., 4:Si a,mv
Soileau, Menning
ney Mary
t/d- ftmvvOFF for March 10 and 11 wereMai 11:35: p.m. 5:15: p,m.
.:'.\. 3* Daisy Elias, and Churchill Conrad '
Director To follows March i It
' *' : :- March 10 Others, :Sherry Evans,;; }1:45: a.m. 5:44: a,m.p : MONEY !

... ..'4 '. Headley Nelson and Goerge m. 6:07: p,rn. _
Admitted: Titusville: Dorothy ,
Address PilotsThe I Garrison of Mims; and George For Extra Fast BORROW! PAYMENT
Harrell, Barbara Wojewods, Rose, Jayce McDaniel, Henry
Pilot Club of Titusville will Milton Horn, Slavka Behn EB>ie Bartlett and Amanda Holbrookof moor; and Betty Collins, Cocoa. SERVICE" 83000: g:: sft.::
hold its monthly meeting at : Ii' 14 Davis, Emma Lou Winstejd, Indian River City. Discharged: Titusville: Richard Phone 267-0331 5450.00$600.00 526.U$3403'

the Riverview Restaurant at Anilia Brown, Anna March 11 Ocsterrcicher, Joan Mogilevskl, LOtn. Up To 5'00.
12:00 noon Wed., March 18th, Japes Rich, PAY BILLS, TAXES, REPAIRS, ETC. .
Jack Miller will be guest speaker burg, Bessie Jemeson and Admitted: Titusville: Edwin Marguerite Todd Jeggy

and will talk on the plans that the Smith; Others: Paul Zackel.ltn Jones, Francis Larry, William Orvan Carlisle, Stella Grant, Southern loan Company
city has for the future and programs dian River City; Fannie Stephens Davis, Samuel Parker, Leon David Carpenter and Emert I
: planned lie will discussthe Scottsmoor; and Howard Dowdy and James Hubbard; Kuhn; Others: Frankie Nell 346 S. WASHINGTON AVE. TITUSVILLEr .
duties of a director and the .w Lapp, New Hamphire, Others: Maria Tanski, Scotts- Baker, Indian River City _
meaning of recreation.

Miller has a B,S. Degree from e Qt.NTITY r RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICE GOOD THRU MARCH 1 ISTHWIMN i? ?i"r? {3m"ii}{}|!} !}11-1} ?{ ;i,{ti n;'ft; !i :!,j?}iijTO{}? } }}mini{ } i r-rjiTtj-rej I a.'.
East Tennessee ...
State Universityplus "!'t'ii'! !,!! .:!! ::: d ;{:! !!: !! !! ;: {?!{ { ?!! .
DIXII atOUta INC co.r.LN.- 1> 4 !!
one year of graduate work SAVE { !Eiit j!!!! liiiirl !
from the same university s A
lie served as athletic directorat t
Lookout Mountain Junior
'High School In Chattanooga,
Tennessee for one year lie also
served as City Recreational Dir
ector for the City of Haines r's'
City, for the past year and one- ;

half tY stA 1 !!iii {..i!!

Miller was State Tennis Chair

man for the Florida Jaycees in
1963, and played two summers of
professional baseball with the
jnnosot"\ Ins Organization I
during the .surfttocrs''t of college

', l !,, ,l ,, ,! '! I P n iM .
lie is presently serving as Ad. i !: 11.?i .1! 1 iiJ I!JiU I'llium' il u 111: lUu'iuuUUU'
ministrator of the Titusville Department C.FU LL'Y' i .
of Recreation TO VERO-Jack Lescoulie of TV's' "Morning Show" 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH CHOPPED SHAPED

fame, is pictured here with Dick Spangler, Titusville-, Cube Steaks 10 Fo, 89'I
Cocoa Air Port Authority Operations Officer as Spangler \-.J I
Miller To Receive bids the TV personality "happy flying" on his Florida 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TAR.NOW'FRY '

Degree At AuburnAuburn ,trips. "Smiling Jack" was in the county Interviewing Brand Chipped Beef / 3 39$1.'
members of the Houston Colts at their Cocoa camp He
University will award a 'flew from there to Dodgertown in Vero Beach and thento

,total of 297 decrees at the winter the West Coast t to other camps, and was to end his tour iUzen
quarter graduation exercises at Ft. Lauderdale with the Yankees. He appeared here
,March 17. From Titusville, those and was conducted on his tour by Ted W, Groves, sports FriedFISH
receiving degrees/ 1 Include I : promotion manager of the Florida Development Commission -
David Edward Miller, Bachelorof .-(S-A Photo). I
Science in Business Administration

''Forster Serving Aboard Carrier Coral Sea I REG 39'
Speaker for the progrm will be CAKES
-Dr William E. Morgan, president George M\ Forster, fireman apprentice ing refresher training and carrier TOP
of Colorado State University. USN son of Mr and landings in preparation for deployment LB. 2' -
.Awarding of degrees will follow a Mrs. E. S. Austin of 205 Fern to the Far East VALUE 5

day of commencement !activities Ave., Titusville Is serving aboard During the deployment she will STAMPS LIMIT J FRYERS i2OZ.kg
in which President and Mis.\ the attack aircraft carrier USS call at such ports as Pearl Harbor Ar THIS PRICE PLEASE. 9'.t.
Ralph B. Draughon honor graduating Coral Sea, operating out of Alameda Hawaii; Yokosuka, Japan,' P '
seniors and their families Calif. Hong Kong and ports in the Phil -
at the reception. Coral Sea is currently conduct! ippine Islands. aREG.

BjSOT i&liMZ3'r" .J'X.UtI ---,. i1i ;:f 340 PKG,

SAVE 4< EACH ,,,,.Limit 3 with ,$2.SO order or moro

50E>< YP Jell-o Gelatin 7
CONN VNi a 4. e, TASra O' etA SAVE

ORIGINAL PICTURE PAINTINGSART FRAMING Earth Adams Moving Construction Equipment ({ c & Breaded OOO Flounder Tomato Juice 46-.<. CAN 19$;


NON-GLARE GLASS Sales A Rentals Atfta.* SAVE li< < pEEP SOUTH Limit on with $230 order ot morf
4>5 No. Orange Art. Orlando 1342 W. Church 1 Keyboard, Inc.
Orlando 4236474 Organ Specialists} ,Since 1937
501 N. Magnolia Avo.Orlando Grape Jelly 2LB.JAR19;

It Yourself and:I Save!
Central Florida's Oldest and Exllutiv Central Fla's. Largest Stock of Johnny Gentile's Chicken Croquettes Arrow Bleach V GAL. GLASS 191A
( .* Automatic Transmission, Asphalt, Vinyl, Plastic Cork Tiles .

hop. Rebuild, Exchange, Repair TROPICANA TILE AND Pawn Shop ; ANY TNau WINN-DIXIt MA.CN, I.rN, SAVE |104 EACH ,

4,000 Miles or 90 Days Warranty! FLOOR COVERING Eitab.. I Years' fi] I
204 N. Orange. Bl. Trail, Orlando, 904 N. Orango-Orlando-423.7478 We Buy, Sell, and Trade Anything Clorox Bleach "GALPLAST!= 29*
OA .
FLOOR COVERiNG Guns, TV, Cameras, Radios, etc.
IMPORTED 1122 W. Church, Orlando, GA S-40U i i SAVE ,4W" EACH{ MUELLERElbow

CARPETS BY LEE'S PET SHOPS 50 Extra Top Value Stamps I
Renault and Peugeot I Macaroni 10
Kataltan Cabin Crttt WITH THIS C47UPdN AND I'URCHASI OF I 8-oz.) pKG. t
Silos a\ Service .
Drmperle. Custom Ma" J LAKE BARTON ,
Jrea Decorating Survlc. > S P.. ... A'TO" rsoaow : -- :rGreen
Rohso Motors 3\ PET SHOPFree REG 3J ,
\ Peas < DIXIE DARLING RAISINCinnamon, '
S4f Boon. St. Orlando. COVERINGS, INC. /--- Colored ChicksFor TNau MA.CN tens 1
*HS N. Ortng-n Orlando.. E.S48T 'd : Easter. :;ANY WINN, DIXIE Rolls a.a.PKG. 29J
Quality Used Imports ,
5616 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando S3 ,;:


Orlando Motors, Inc. HAVERTY'S PLATING ELECTRIC i i Dinner. Rolls . 6-a. PACKAGE .5',!

54 Store Buying Power. tISTk.\L!: t'GORIU.tn'IA1INu 50 Extrl Top VII.. Sbmps ,. I
411 N. Orange Blossom Trail Saves You Moro : C". WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
100 Miles Free ,
GAS 2M1 Delivery
Ca..lllmIallll, c.c.neetIver a Pao. PAN REDI' I tn ttt': nfln'ti t t

Dodge Plat --Jaguar Dart -A Mercedeslens"Wo Dodge trucks. (t..n 'Won Low, IL Easy trl' Nit Terms,. tit| t PM > Nkktl, Coppur BranDuftlng Breeaded Oysters The smart place to i '
11 N. Orango Orlando CH 1.5371 TNau MARCH LTM go .
(ml L.'qu"rln
Service What Wo S411"AUTO .
800 W. Central Ave. Orlando. OA 4 33SU: '
SALES SERVICE NURSERY SEWING MACHINES 5< AT IflhIl ANY _- ,' 'for good things to eat!!

PLYMOUTH VALIANT TREES A. G. Price, owner -.- ::::.. UL1iM'j -
all "' I :," mklt' w.: i1! '" rsJJ' A,' *'!
Salts a Peach Fig Persimmon guaranteeda
Dogwood Redbud Vacuum Cleaners.

1 1t20 N. Orange, Orlando, GA 1-4541 11122 E. Colonial Dr. Orlando Sales' and Service. -
1110 Virginia Dr. GA 24201


GAtt..C Soles A Service -
(. ) Open All\ Day SaturdayOne Bank Financing to 7 Years.
TRYCK. of Orlando' Molt Complete Mobile Homes TamolceTroplcana Flare BEAKSPa. LEMONS PIES

N.w Truck. Ua.d. TrucksSUPERioRrCMC Lines of Office Supplies. Florida Made Per Florida Living
"- .I'" ,
TRUCKS, iNC. IMf W. Pine, Orlando, 422-3454 Clean Used Mobile Homes fII' ..
P....,. U6''''iM Urlaado 76M 1. Colonial Dr.. Orlando I <<


Control Fl.'.. Loading Dealer. for Office Office Supplies Equipment In Thla end Area. .ltt$ ;* TRAVEL r/ DO?. r/ e
STUDEBAKER LARK BMW W. have a lalMmaa In your '''*' ,- BUREAUAir
US N. Orange-Orlando-423.1606< area .nr, day .
Tremendous SoUctlon of Used Bishop Office Equip. Co., Inc, 8t.aTn.hlp Tlck.t.TOllr. .
Imports 1053 N. Orange, Orlando 1KOO E. Colonial Dr Orlando' -.Dm A. CrulM it World Will.CH .
OA a-DHOl Collect t-S-ia SO fc: Fin. Orlando 'rrxr, : as ...
A I.rI
Aluma-Kraft. If you have real estate See The
Awnings Inc.
MARQUEES PATIOS to sell, or if you are Star Advocato
Manufactured 'In Orlando looking for choice real
Call Collect For Your4'Printing'Needs
N.. Down Payment-Fre* Eitlmato estate, use our classi-

413 Brookheven Dr., OrlandoGA fied columns. .' : !
2-4131 ',. : ., bon to.vr
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