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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: September 7, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (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)-
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21 Die In Florida Labor D I


Florida's accidental death The POSM t It a record n! ::1:1at
l.Mt 21 Monday as the traffic fatal It lne Labor 1 k- ,I

weekend moved into its final mishapsSfaix4dvocat ; end !same! t, a} us t i +unu,
Six of the victims drowned' holiday apt| yr tied eta irr'de !

a car plunged into a canal and The I I4teen nt Iited 401i pe \
The remaining 15 died in auto the nati I 'hway'ti

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84th Year No 108 22 Pages Today Titusville' Florida Monday' I September 7 1961 = 5c Per Copy 1'nhl l tic, ?n, 1/ \3 and Fridays
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City Council Election Tuesday ,

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I Candidates In District 1 1I 1r 15 Men, Two


r Women Seek 3

Council Spots

Flmth'atbn. I"' tee or Nol _

17 candidatee( 'for three posts
>n (the city council!

P JIM open| from 7 a.m. lo 7

'111I pinThrer, lorationa to vote-Whirl
"t. l IIt"'llIg't1ll! Country Club, Indian
river diwiilnwn (fire station on Palm

II 'II.' ....J i.---.; _, a L\\s : ...lJm, ) Voting/ machines In use.

George J. Arnold Millard W Finch Annabtll Finn Lewis L. Lconird Dick Spangltr Daphn, K. Trssfanidis Glnn Ysunj Id'lurm shortly after the pulls
Candidates In District 3 There successful rsndldateilll

be orated. it It I m., Tuesday
: Fluoridation Pros And : hitvmber| 13
That- the glory of rlcctlno: .
lit',.vlll* style-lii' brief form
e I o
i l* '''irie there has mil a lot
Iliut io (to it than tint-Inn several
f ''r w"k" :. of campaigning which
Cons Voiced In ForumA ( I
I I -.. lull well got under, way with
a piiMk forum sponsors<1 by the
j Jaycees" continued t through/ / .nnilirr .
\ iMiiMirs| .| by tits Indian
verbal frie-for'nil on the teeth" he stated nut artificial referendum lIe pointed out III*'T lily Civic: Association snit,I Iwuiiii

question of luorldatlon develop lluondation" lie la convincedthat that the tenor of this meetingwas j,1. ,I up with collets, barbecues

ed Friday night lit the community fluoride la a poison and repetitious of many other \ and fl .h frltaIIII I
room of the Citizens Dank in very harmful to the body and cited all be ever about T clock( I
all the state
meetings over
what was planned to be a meeting many leputablo physicians Proponents of Humiliation have tomorrow.. night because of the
to present fails and figures who warn against It. I u-e! n( voting, machines. I
the backing of the U S. PublicHealth
against this measure The pre Ho admitted that his philosophy t. 1 All of (Iii Pivot( rvilMiwd voter .
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Service State and Coun'S. t
icnce of several vocal propon diffcied from that of the/ In Tllusvtll will be eligible
.. FLUORIDATION On Pigs Iran Robert f. Fs>ny Tern Oru.""" .,*, Jack Larks' Thcmai" lnkabavgh
enta of fluoridation and some medical profession and his remarks to auto Cur thru eaivliUts! --on*
25 members of the Jaycee turn- relating to well"cstabli Candidates In District 5 In each of time thru district.
ed the meeting culled by the shed medical practices which :staking the potts ire:
.. .. .
Citizena Against Fluoridation were not pertinent to the sub '# r. ? I- "
IHntrlit' 1 l. J.
tllJrft Arnold\
into a public debate ject of fluoridation aroused the
"n myluyt with Boelpt
n Cap
Mrs Mildred Biuner. acting as ire of the emu physician in '
Isennedvi Millar W Hncb. tornir .
u i,
.,._ .. .Chah man of the meeting, not thin audience, council member. sail businessman .
ae Ur. !U W Way of Oilumlo
only wt-leiiinid Uie'Jdhees and
: : Annabel! Flan I ,
their tpokebmen: but also l invited agreed Uuit l fluoride was children' in some houtewKs: Lwh U Lreeurl.,
them to ahow their 18 minute cants beneficial to up niUii'-i'.msn' filch 1I"III".r. TI'
film at the beginning of the to the ages.. of 11 or 12, but said ti' ., Hln I "i.vi Airport Authority

meeting SIlt reminded the that since there is such large f ,,*', atluiii, msiisfrr, and .t
audIence that tier committee/ disagreement. and ilncs itseems a ant/ to the county 15.1.t..
had pieviouhly invited upeakers unfair to force it on pio "In 1 Nurih heard. Daphne Kar-
to appear lit the Jaycee luhfdul: pie who don't want it, h* asked mil',,111.11I"1./' .. former
ed meeting on AuguHt 26 which for a meeting of the minds II* ( >am'/ II tin/ 'mlwr situ, business, wo-
was Mihlponed to September 2 pointed' out the other ways it is iiijn i.lrnn Young. businessman
and then caneelled She said available in bone meal in I'Mrlil' 3 R'MII' (Pub)
that t nun. had asked for permit toollipiMtte vitamins, etc ( "n v who his been In chugs I
the The third speaker. Jack N 'iitrnrnt fur
lion to attend their meeting ., n. _. prin major con
previous evening but had been Solomon from West Palm React h slut it lap* Kwmedy and.
denied the privilege. and re who headed a itireni commit Gsrg Barley Jr, J. B. L"t...,.., Jr. Thtoder Rabbins Wendell R, !.... William Robert Yfunt: fi.nnrr Whisper, Hill council.

minded the president of the lee in that lommuaily' told that iitriiibrr, Tom (tUrut) CruMit-.
Jaycees Paul Salisbury. that West Palm Beach had voted mryrr buinMmii); J l c k
his organization had done exact against' fluoridation in a March J..I k.. who la with Spat! Trill..

ly as she had predicted announced hale il ("ap* Kennedy' Thorns
publicly in the local Down Twoft J. !whits' "igh, tap KeniiMlyt .
mwspuptr that they endomed Youth InjuredIn Proposed Millage t"r hull isiiM .

fluoridation after limy hud bs I Iriii t I' George M Rarity

tined to only onu aide of the Wreck Jr bUkMWSSINaa; i. B Ltlltwylrr
questIOn.Mr. Today Jr.IIIIeIMM lINt ma*
Salisbury was reported to The bu", :.i't for the operation I "m, the new arcs (." the ell) has been |>n'purol on trim tarn from property years are mil" MIM ,for this.. agr (for TWfcul" Chemical Cory"

have pioinmetl he wield re-liaet EI'till' Hiitrhinn/ IS. wan admitted of the Lily of TifiiKVlllc bat, arias llironi.h itmsolidaliiini I .. basis of I mill.," Talinmlg ers living In the oM city .W. .1 I 1 Lap Mnuwtji; )<" N. MenNMiMMNMn -

I the statement, that the vole liadUfn "I In Je- Tarri-h M 'nn>nal been officially ,set I al I mill. soil in to pay /the drbt service" la his report. end 1..1| .| irf Tttusvllw, mil. arias ...V.t'f.titer tea Mil.. f far this 'fiscal year rkibsM" Tiara
Hospital 1 tmlay with the millait for refunding the old the old "bond ImtHitsdMMa
multiple In then. R H iik4iM,
thea.gh. .RlII'"Ulln In tile '' trilunesusair> ;
unanimous that this. ta .... lowest mill ''":
junrs sustain! In a two car ac bonded imkbtel'nees! has beta Manager Cleveland. T.I""' .. Wesdau H Meess, Uwiii.i.(nin,
C. J. Chiratham uf Orange City tli'ent on Old Dixie Highway t reduced Iriim I to I mills. submitted. / the tan roil to uf the ma>'"r ethic. 'In fire- "'alii.... 'llvbwt Young ltoC'trul'
past president/ o( tlorula Diet 11.36 amItulchins. Emphasizing that "not one /hers of the City (Council. County HfHmyitw pear. 0k Wrvlc, It4l Refunding' Bnj; issue ki MHfhH...r with Marks al Cape
the audience \..... all Land soil. l l w.>r..in* iM . 1
Aisoriation told" dollar of ad talnrem tax revenue The budii t for the OIK' > N
aiy .
was i passenger Ins | Mtttsg I Ie I II I, awl II Is parr ssedpAkksugk
I IJe less WMowi soil Uiwbli FAttm ", I 'E"OII
that the difference! ear driven by John ford Hick to Increase Uw. Mlltoge/ te lass Area nut .uJe't'I to !lick fItoff= 1 41. 1 b e esmpalgning
tween those fur and thu e man of P. O. Boll 2129 Titus They're Trying To Conlacl O-GO f lee the flersl yr IXH( eiessg this IT fM4klal. has
against fluoridation was mooeyHe vllteAtnnHng. "i mills** for general op- hubtiital/ I If.....'... 011/ .hen. lively. Hw It she rniuhMiUrM

/ assured them that Kiel WM to Florida Highway" WASHINGTON/ (API Sparegenr The hue satellite' Is IV mill and Ban Gab Value I'eMonal Properly subject la LithMantua, I 1tII1.1JII 00 In tile I 11..1| of IkwrlrittMl I

no money behind UM people Hitroiman BtH Rurrell Margaret >' siientisls' plan to talk; J"II1'bl'll Friday into an eUJ I mittag far. ga>nral opt Ta* Roll fur UeU Strobe. . . . I tleMyiNUiCD / o< Uw city wiser.
who opposed luoridatkNi except Fogfcmsn Blankrnship of 3U97O4d gain lousy with their partially cal! orbit thai lake It from Is IIII....*," T......... -- And, two |NHM have p
what they donated themselves to Dixie Highway' creased onto rippled satellite OOO in in to W.721 miles aU>*e the sMTh.. well listed lIP UH opposite., ii''lea In
try to get the facts to the public Old Dixie Highway Mrs. Blank. Inrr In Ad Vstoomt Osr*'l-* lilb ......._
tempt( to glean some Inform A few hours after I.alle... *** VSMM 10 Und and. IiUM 1 41esteil.. 011
before! the reftrtBdwm a>pl ml cnnhip. and her! two passengers stain( from It. II (enlists. isrrivered lilt ( t ..e will be ffs4 materlsUy Wkl wi soil| LlahSRy" .....'.sptlort4'4 .." .111llalmu. ) Ik iwlla in ll T i M
l her B. He and the otr speskera a daughter Ronroni age 3. and had failed to Murk onto le .. In* first payment du. (or ..M. traveled without cell: to the UsndaH age W were not injured. A spokesman for the Nations) .jrh.g .its rfaHTh rvK* OM .... "new KIM OW Ex- '.
local: meeting, becass they livrrrll said Mrs Minkenshlp Aeronautics and Spa**' Aesstiriatrati. stteatam probably" .. a* Tn R."fmt ,peed luhirh . ." . I U.at.111 Labor
are convinced fluoridation ta was charged with violation of .* said: early Way that .hr. corroded t. s spokesman .. payments are .h. turn VkM Ptrsuisl Property l.nI.7II01J Secretary

wrong right/ a wsy crossing a paved scientists had I eommuntcstat but adr'ad! that spurs .. Uw uUIMMn/ leg sl. (tin. Tat boll (or CHy Operations -1 .1, -.Hft-00-) Coming To Cape
Mr. CheatlMim began his road' from a dirt read. twice Sunday with the Orbtbag tis The first \
sclewUsts 'plan to keep JO( us* yeirt pip
search Into hesltftft liMIt foUow Hulchins appeared to have Geophysical! Otwervslory\ and this spta-UaMhxed. I.imrtiH.ni' ,>*< "for Milt sacks, 11II tbM. -- fetrtuiy! : al ...... W WillardWins ,
log sn operation and prediction chest injuries. a broken arm were ..ti.fiH lost sass talon lo aittwpt to "nritf ... .. ""'. !Isaw is IMJM1 Ta* rate .per tl W I>M fturvtr. 5 mill. *<111| lilt IftfUitnl Mi .- ,
Tat rail II W (OiNtrstkm 11I111. lie !<'Pita hither Cumnimlim are
per" { I
of a 90-50 chine to live Cause sod (x sible bead Injuries. ." Bur maltoo tan b* !aeimd from it asa mnu which an adaptable! The six mill dcM, service Is I
., MdKiilfl. 1.1 I arrive al (
of tooth decay he ._Ited. was rail saidSheriff. spin stabli/nl' siltttlle. this situation. ) I I li, in 11"11".1 11. nl TK.I' film.,. I.I mills .
tolely. queaLcla of nutrition r"f Knn ,ly Ti.e..'Uy h l .t... .... ,Isbey
I proton",. .t Me.. CapeApprnaiisiauwly :
lie urged that tb* cause
HilsAtliferature :29 labor fA
tooth decay be explored IIIId correrted
instead of UMtwg the Wreck plll, rr|.... 'idly| Will IctumpJIiy
sympfoma This could be done Escape Wine "" hit vwM. Th urixip i II
Individually by proper dui o( lousing 'iii, ,' sle l baM niiiuiMl Ui.
natural food ?..*.* mini', 'm an Hfart .. IciuiliarUr
nutritious ............" MIll .kwil l lIU I.
than by wbatesmW. tntttaM.c of Sheriff Leigh S Wlhna. this

the citys potwtoliom whether! week iriticiirt. those persona A 4 p"'a; a'ar! fam,n.; a' I I'''" e" I Th" ,,.in I It I''' I I""," 'ti,, f acct t ." 'J 'rrlTher milk In1'i" 1 ,i \ 1)i.) i \ .sr "I'l *I"".'ta 1.*( II.|.MIM. .hnt4it. ( to turl.If.I.
iiiitui worm efippeg.s In !lb.
needed or not He..palM.d out passing. unufAH. literature.bowl dent Sai'ir"la) ',ft 1 a i u >'Ilwood .rragwitin'.nI I I' 1'. i .' ." a p.'Wager r,#4. slut in path" to the .I UP It"I i tr "'I trot roil I w.r' !
that the milliac and retMia .' dial winch lie chrim. areynfaysded i IsOP >hNwur the ...".i..f 'I.I '/is' rlrl 11 fart before tlnpV" Spar. i program.NURIII''
.. tort'"nut<-u' IKI I nn< .l 'lhnsrne ''" I. .1 I w;n ((HI remov nuek of the. acnwiisnns" .,. left lurn .lane ,
companies of the lite -.ruptnhJtfo of an < I 01' "u'h' Aria. THAININOMM
Mural. btnefirial riMMnts M "I would< t like ts hwiH the per \ two < .r. invohnj to the MU Arrnrttnt lo Tr.oprr "I I 'n the TkssTKn vtfc oil, on. BuHrsfo was ...*. vnt Narked byBvrrtU

flour sonar: etc and called for am ... pmans MMM the IN lot of fslalilKTS rturMg th* Lf*.... If,. ThurskM/ t"uaa Iw Inca II il'. tltlll af Kw town. to' Jess Persist. I....... k* wilts. .fita. '' 'g .I"t. 114111 and) NMMT MMdi. djujhUirf .
.. fresh runs and *-." .... ....... wbst .h iw valid deuce a Ht *a* ...... ... .
a return .. ss stir aw HI asy puMitpl Dy Week! P.adAteardlal tea the IIUII1e UM sad cr was ruptured and. todh South A. wa Mr said Mao i 0 8Iu.. *:
....... wfcrte. four aid brwd *. to .... UM... lawn." ta Trooper Bffl Bttf. urea IE taw rut hy a IM ... sows.iUJ" Uwsl tain. .aw br eaY sit ........ tt wits ekMB) wMhIMk klsnsgMw Jtt Iwaa AVII.. yln to W.tviinmrrow "
Ia place sit candyy colt drrhe. I'tied lilt shred said "., Hw person Tea of the. rkstisVs .Highway fttml .aa.artaM driven Ir N. .* The Thtsrssun car .***..| MIl rekasee. *'.--ofJr: HI b
Osw and the bread an** w pwIe ____ this. ....rta,. a lie BMtk/; Mdto*. nMasdM AascfirM SMI ms tamr VIST t". ,hi'loft\ and rs***** from It. as a delerfwt t ks toll I wN soon ea asi ts chew te.awhere *. drives hr MwM I Thtjrs- New York u, wart Thule .- .... thr ulli hnusyl I.**. very 1ft'"* astrs*, melting. i 0 r'I Tow rn,'l ws rrgldrrr I I'l I plea) in Orluado. sn. '. a IflUI
decay Iwy are eoaapMdy ssss" tee tt DHrtewv R..a>l. will) !her KM *.rr h.liit at YMCA ,. >r .,t iii (ft.t ant ...w..I) Sucert. sad siaa).< hair sad bee Mrs Aa4ntartl Hastrr uf !Wan crtrftNth '",| TtimUlv Hugh i'
a Thi is Uw aiu"ur to good lNsr.rd." lie MoW. twe l'alJdrwa Kathy Cataw 14 Yik. Ib two *rrt barter j t" 'i.. rail>>' a.....u.rII :."pllt4 'Jtlj( a moss V'.r. &h.a.l .

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Tltvivllli (Florida) Star-Advocate Monday, September 7, 1'MLetters No Civic Center peded by the Dental Association ter nursing care for the citizens nurses, of the need for more and IN NINTH THE CIRCTIT J1PKMI.CRT fllt<'I OF 11'" THIS IX:

I Editor: and the Florida Stale Board of of this area. more young people in title pro M4t T&OftlDA> lI'ottlIU'V'; IUI LOL.NTV,

I would like to explain to the Health, may appear to be a Your help and support was feeaion and the need for more 111 CHAN fRT NO. 2SW7NOTMB

From Our ReadersFor people of TituiviUe! why It was phenomena in the abstract to moat! reassuring to all of the equitable compensation< for the .Ole 11 J)(: R.JCT 0" NORTH DUIN.A .

.. not feasible to build a civic center many of our local Jaycee.. professional nurses in the area nursing profession. tt* ArrtlCATlOW TO
this-yea, This etty baa been The statistic presented by' theproponents moat sincere tWBML A l>HINA Ii and should Inspire young women Again, our l I. kmovy plvea to alt Mr.Mm .
Floorlctotionfk operating without any ad vat> of fluorldetien --- In ib. I1)"* dMcrl-
tlM American Medical Association Fundamental" lue are and men to enter this important thank. .. bounded ..
olor;,',( : *-l: : 1L : : also by all Medical and Editor: orem tItem the new area of oonHrletely outmoded !MMe ie 0 and challenging field. Dorothy Forater, UN bat torn.JIIf!Is in' ..v.d County. Florida fol-,
the city. One mill of tax during It Indicate no trend at all, It is "1..
leltprioncetW Dental $ this
This, ehools in country. The pertinent issue regarding It will also help to make the President, District 39' J'"ARCBI.< 1: L
i 'mil their children. IlIcnot The approval? 1 of all these groups flu tide fhtoali' year amounted to $13- frequently found to be less cavities ass nf NE*.JlJt'o NEK of NB
fluoridation I I. not whether 258. We have spent 117,554 on ( in cities without fluoridation public aware of the shortage of Florida Nurse AM. '1; X* ol > NW%, NEy
i I., rated 1 ( In any way iva political has been based on the results ofinnre.research oridation Is harmful or helpful. of NWH of 14ec. W, Twp u
than has been recreation or over $2 per person Expert believe this I Is due to the South, Bani 35 But, oontlU-
and no tax (und were
| That point has never been provoen .
from the old city. We hired a Increased consumption of carbonated tnt UK orMW4 >
UM-d (to! tend out this m tt'rlal. gieep.fe any other public health .... .. PMWJi:1o: : al.
decisively one way or the full.time recreation director on beverage and therefore ... .. ....-...,.,
TffeaHure ELECT of the NH of the NEUlWi :
A* the Director of your Counvty In modern times other. The Issue I I. much more March 1 of this year and, with less water Intake, plus an increased .f" ,0' t., of the ..'4 .r 141. NB\'
: Health Program, :Ihave re'ponsibilitieii even including the polio vac fundamental. Those who vote and the Mho of roe i"Wfc o* the
hi. limited funds, he gave thla consumption of Iweeta.Now NKH. IV: Twp. MUaMh,
t that affect/ every cines. on September 8th for fluoridationdo JI' ken, 8* Kwrtk tonUlnlnc t4UPAoACEJ
city t program. We needfadlitlew '
let that :
j u* assume a reduction
person in Brevard County inside Though some opponent of >> so because it'* so- much easier ."'have- Inside reere- in cavities up to 65 percent Wendell R. .: : arm It

: oil titles You depend upon fluoridation have stated that to have the government doone's scion also and $60,000 i I. provided would be possible under the NBH: of Poe H. 1- 'th. I'li I
rat and the Brevard County added fluoride die Those of the Nay: ul (lie 1111:'... 8"..
may cause thinking for one for It In our bond Ills..... present Haphaeard distribution of 12, Twp 24 flout h, Mtuic 8t
: (ralth< Department Ie l do all ease and death this It not! true. who like to have their decision One political candidate has fluoride into the water system. I salt, conttlnlns at lore.MM ..

a thmg possible to protect andpreserve All scientifically( conducted studies made for them are also those been pointing to the fact that Then 1 would be Inclined to fur l a ..pnlltlon landa 'b.kIOfo, tnat I tnl thefareeoln. *

: your health and your show that fluoridation will who like the act that fluoridation Eau Gallie lies spent( $100,000 on ther assume that through an ease clralnxe of the Florida dlmrlU, Htatulea under chapter, hai Ores Ka,

: very life. We do our work for reduce dental decay wthout like other welfare, I II free recreation. Their income from efficient system of fluoride medication filed In this office, and that the

a anti'n" and "pro'I" alike and harm to anyone. Old people, (except to taxpayers, of course), one mill of tax Is $38,400. Their according to individual Ut foresolnf. formaUoA la.da ot will old be drainage affected dire by

: will continue in this lame path children, pregnant women and Those who still think self-re millage i ia 11 and. TUuaviUe'i la tolerance and requirement, pro- CITY COUNCIL Mlle sod wmilnwd II...M. to. taxMton

e Among Brevard County children sick people, no- matter what the liance- and thinkingare only An foil Uw purport at pacing. th*
independent justed1 statistics would indicate, a mpene** *f oresnlw/iom s.d matt ,

: dental disease in a major disease, can drink fluoridated virturea will' prefer to do onfy stand to rescue that virtual elimination of tooth de. DISTRICT 5 r.STRIVE r. In moot* aail.that malnllnln may be n_the....Improves., l..' tot. ,

a" health problem which becomes water without harm. their own fluoridating Fluo after' taxes' are paid\ (thin next! cay. tees Hi. eeolomatlon of Ito land) Inoludori .
la .uch ....(.101 ,and you and
Increasingly worse as they grow The benefits of ride tablet can be bought and fiscal from the whole
decay fighting, year, consolidated But can one possibly imagine apes .t you are hrrehy notified to

: older. In Florida, 600,000 adults fluoridation are obtained in there il i also fluoridated tooth area., there will'' be a situation where the dental profession _appear._.n.within not lees th* than ft rut return twenty date(30):

have lost all their teeth. Today, childhood, but last throughout paste. Time magazine, August more money far recreatlnm Who would throw itself out of day after. th. final nolle ha. baaaBuMlnhe

: fluoridation can prevent thistragedy adult life M well. Fluoridation is 7th issue, page 82, stated that ever you choose in this election business? ..>Urair for.* wek..... towlttH a* r*.

i safely, effectively and the most effective and leant expensive fluoridated toothpaste makes up will be able to provide more recreation In closing a note to Mr. George I .>pu>mbw. 3H 1M4, at the office of
r in. inexpensively As the directorof method of reducing tooth 39/ %" of today's toothpaste sale with the added tat return Woerner. In your quotations For Greater Biwvard Ceunly, and ahow oaue,

your health program I feel decay now known to dental and According to this article, one you have not once mentioned the dlnu ir any lat ther a* ...1 be tomb, why In Mid aatil dralnag petition,

J it my duty to present to you medical scientist In' order to major fluorlduted toothpaste is I sincerely hope that after the name of a noted medical author.It Halt Imo ha nrganlaed a* a puhlloeorporatlon

+ some of the facts on which I secure the Important health listed in the dentists' Accepted election, the people of Titusvllle supporting/ fluoridation. I 'of of mm the!Wat PUBLICATION of Florida.D'ta :,

IP bone my approval and ricommendation benefit of this measure for all Dental Remedies Cl sRificatol\. will accept the new council and Franc E Larsen, Unity In City Awguat Vt lIMUtDat
'4 a* muwvlll, rtorl.la, thla
of fluoridation: children In our city. So, for those of you who want to pull together for the enmtnnn Milt dv. at .ifiiet" 1M. >

Fluoridation has been be fluoridated the 1 is good of all. (SdMTKI 555A05Curti.
apt I think we should approve answer so Thank From Nurses <<: ... BHrnlPlerk

t proved by over 200 rocognbcd! fluoridation of our water on easy. And for those of us who Edwin It. Willis GovernmentAnd By vM.CiwuCourt, Hpangler/

scientific organization* in the Sept 8th do not, let UI be as free as you Editor': Deputy Clerk
Sad. Situation Aug. 1'It' 711 310 Hopt 7 (Non) 19114.
In behalf of District 39 of the
J United Slates, including both the T. Paul Haney M,D., Director to choose for ourselves

American Dental Association and Bievard County Health Dvpt. BBW Editor: Florida Nurses Association, I
Last Friday night the Jaycccs, Community IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN
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In a closed session, unanimously coverage: IN CHANCERY >
backed fluoridation If had CASK"' 14' <* 2WW .
For Nursing, during the monthof THE NA-TDO'VAL RANK OP
been voluntarily brought togetherfor May Affairs a0E1.B01'I.NM: AND THCHT CO. .
surr.oar In Inlft..t 10 the B.nk
FLUORIDATIONEndorsed similar view or concern relative The publicity and m* cooperation of Mftlbou,.. .nIl Truet Co, 1
to an Issue, it would. not bean banklnl In.lllllllon oreanOe4. and
you have given to this dis.trict TiTUSVILLE IS MY HOMETOWN rxlHtlng under the banking l I.w.
sad But for the reason that ,
shows your concern and of III. United Wlttto of AimerliaPlaintiff
the (Pd Pol. Adv)
Jaycee play art Important
recognition of the need for bet VII
part In the undercurrent of -- IiNTPRCITY" SUPPLY: CORPORATION
By Klee 1 and for' other future B/K/a INTEIIC'1TY; Bur.
pnl'l MOTOROLA TV f 1'1.1' tOMPAUT! a Flnrtila. corporation

Florida Parent Teacher Congress dlimenteri. lila corporation, CORPORATION: FLORIDA a WIRE Hor-

According h* Dr. Dannahower, Florida corporation, PITCH PINE
Recommendation palled by the Florida. Cong,... ol Parent and Teacher "A referendum I IR extremely) difficult BONUS Now HMIffiR CO -l"ANr. d/n/n J. D,

Inc.. at their annual convention In Dayton Beaeh. Florida November }6, nv wlm It: often' become avery DOUBLE o .. Ida WbkKLJOY tortioratloni: Ll'MUKH.: PENN' BIT-PLY a Klor-

1953. dirty" and unpleasant earn. ANI MLTAU: CORPWIIATIWN. .
o PorporaKon PA('IHC KOHrST:
pnlsm' because ol ttte charge PKOUl'CTH. INC: a Wa.hlngHineorporaiionk
That sine fluoridation of the water supply one part In a million tnaf\ wilt be made by the and You can DffcndantiTITK :

has b.en shown to reduce denfei decay by one-half local parent. groups" .... or M nTHB

t,..chT group should be encouraged to" Interest themselves making The unpleasant facts remain : TO: PArlPIC STATE OF FOREST FIORIDA PRODtCTtt .

this health measure available to children In their communities. merely that the fluoridation pro. Q Shop in !Wanhlnglon, INCa ., corporation,

gram was not originated by' O WHO Fins Aventi
r drntist and darters for the sake < "..tllo, WaahlngtondiunTOl
NOTEi This resolution Titusvilleand : PENN SrPPI AND
has never been altered by the Florida .
of our growing children but by I MblAL CORPOKAriON.a
Congress ol Parent and Teachers, Inc. Penn.ylvanla corporation,
the merchant! ol tedium fluoride
'd loss North' (Ik fdree
Philadelphia 22, Pennsylvania
tot the fakeJ profltLThur
? Get Tou an herebv notified. that a
fact that the antVfluorirtationi Kilt has her died ...10.. yen,

(PrT Pot Adv,) t., due to their conception PACIFIC FOREST PHOUITCT".,
0Q INC./ a Waiihlngton vonioratliiind
of ethicrefuse to be slam PENN: Hl'I'f' >I.Y AND MKT-
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vanl corporation. In th. above
entitled. eeum, and that you are
required le fll. your innwer with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court and
to verve a copy thereat upon the.

w2J D who Plaintiff.. name or and Plaintiff addreu attorneys la HUB.,

VALUES UJ than, Kiu the Sth Qallle day, Florida of October., not I.t.IWM.,

If you fall to do ao a decre.. pro
confoeo will be entered ...In.I

Mr. Gru. candidate for District No. 3 of lie. af the. Indian River City Civic Deluxe andSelecfions you complaint for the relief Thus null demanded.la to ,...lathe ..
0 Wow a mor(...., Th. real property
Association said thlst "I h .
\ve> never encountered at many special Interest Custom D"llIntd proceeded agalnat lal.

groups In my life as I have In- the part two weeks and everyone of them From the Ram '4 corner of

trying to get their "greedy IJHle paw. OIIlOm.thln70MI'\ Gra was asked HoII About Mange Hectlon as.an TOw ::t,p K Hrevardcounty Mouth

"Are you connected with the city In an engineering position He answered oOONVNIFNT Y. Florida"' W,, ,a run dletaac. thenceSDiiSia of

"The resident uaed office 461175 feet to a concrete monument
engineer on a sewer job my at one time Cart
on lb. West Right of
otherwise no connection. you have 0 Way line.. of the Florida. Kant:
N.Nplte Coot Railroad; thence f IV
pO (10"01' B alone aald Right of
Way a dlalanc of 207.M feet
fRE to the Point of Beginning:
been driving theses contlnu: along' Klght I of
dtpaNNq 1 Way 8. ID'UOu' B a dlntann.
But How About This ? o NICKIL rNAIINe w r rA.Y MOLL .f or.t:! feel: (thane a. R* or
4 piece -f II W a dlitanc of 4M.74
I KING SIZE A < feet: lb.... N. 'lOl'1r' III,
milesto ,
ilUtence of U1 UO feel
thence N. 'OS'Ii") K a dlilanc
TRAY TABLE r of 275.M feet t* the Paint of
lleglnnlng, Bald parcel containing
gel WITNKfca my hand and. aeal of
mid Court at Hrevard X'ounty.Tituevllle .
Florida, this 4th day.
\ Q e'L of Meptemher. 1MI4ILKTIlt .
; Clerk of th. Clnult Court
j All 82 CHANNEL UHF VHF HY V a. Hpangler. .

? r i iw : performance, Built in scorn HICAUKept Deputy Clerk

B 0tl Magic Matt VHF Antenna 1965 I 7. M. 21, :M (Man) 19B4
System UHF-Dipole antenna IN TIlS CIRCUIT tOURf PiT
Sound Out-Front. {, NINTH Jl'DlCIAL CIR)
Cabinet: High Impact Poly DI rtlT, IN AND POM IIHJIAHDI: ?
styrene In Cloud Grey andColon IN CHANCERY NO 2m: (
m Saddle Brown Models N rrH K Fey rt1R051.osr RR ,
0 t 19BP103AN, < "I.ir
$ 88 EII.x, EN SMITH. hlaf
158 wiN and WILLIAM H _Alt... '
sad IHAMLVNH U. MARCH, nil I Iww.
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Display I 0 DefemdaateTOl
LESS Liberal Trade-in! 0 wtr.4n6
P.kloJl Steel'


DIp I that a Mitt In fureilo Mart I
4 g.g. he* ken filed. ...1.. y..
In Ik* sham Court by the shone
1 1 FAST EXPERT GET THE PROOF BY USED TV SETS named Plllatlff The propertyWMM j>
< U lie kwek o4 .to n* feelow. -
a I DRIVE.1N VISITING, US NOW Completely R.conI ..
0 *
Lot IS Rlorn B TRAD'
Title Block teem Recorded Plot In Public Reced. *4 srvard) County I T.V SERVICE DURING OUR GRAND dU108ed. Priced 10 WINOS. HOVSUI nlBDV.morded ..
I In Plat Book 11. Pap
::i while you wait OPEN HOUSE! Sell Faatl I*. af the Cwn4r PuMte Florid Reroed* ef IKrevard

Mr. ,Gru *o far this year ha received) $1,102.00 for services rendered to the rout YOU A newer ARK with RrQl'IRRD: Ike. Clerk: t*t Rte I**

City of Titusvllle. It appears Mr. Thorn L. Watts registered engineerand Cmn .... t* ....... a ** y upa. IIke
Television Value In Town
"We Pledge the best 3l o Plaintiff Aitoraer. IRTINfl'NATHANHON.
director of Public Works for the City of Tllusvllle- an associate of r. O. .*. ** Cst .
Mr. Gru. ... _. I'lorld..ot low
01 e.pbmbef II, was If cow
... ak a bro. pee ..af.w.
; ... entered .11.1.... yn for 111.1'I.I|
EASY LIBERAL o Mid deraaaded M Ik* ('_1
"'1TKE:>. my ..... and >* !
As Councilman I Shall Ask For The Dismissal Of Mr. Thomas L. Watts. PAYMEN F TRADED oil. rnet at T1triiM SrwwardGassy
..+ TEAMS 4 i a L IN lhB I4tk. .., *4 Auuj i i
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Monday, Septsmbtr 7, 1W4 TltusvUle (Florida' ) Star-Advocire '.g. 3 ':
Indian River City South Titusville Area News


Shipwreck Party Is A Howling Success G R 0 W LITICAL Even though ISSUE FLUORIDATION in this election IS, NOT I feel it POL-my "

The Shipwreck Party given by DUTY as a CITIZEN to TELL the TRUE
the Indian River City WomansClub .

the Community last, Thursday Room evening of the Or In, ; with FACTS. so that the VOTERS can MAKEUP .J

lando Utilities Commission s Indian F
River Plant wan a huge:: 4 ar their OWN MIND \

success i +w 'It it
This is in fact an understatement .

It was.a superb[ party with
31 guests and 29 club members G R U .rson.IIY.I.m I 100% FOR FLUORIDATION
present, plus a special guest 1. .
: Theatre Matey BoshoK Group"! and "The Little and this is why.

A biff thanks goes out to the BM

I Orlando Utilities Commission FLUORIDATION has been ENDORSED by the AMERICAN MEDICAL
(Mr. Ted Pope) for the use of( M

their room, which was decoratedto ,_, yr 3f ASSOCIATION House of Delegates.
perfection by Chairman, Mrs. a

Kenneth (Marilyn) Kindsvater e FLUORIDATION has also been endorsed by:
and her committee members,
American Dental Association
MM Ted (Edie) Pope; !Mr, Ger ,

i aid (Sue) Erickson and Mrs.
U.S. Public Health Service
.'Theo (Rose) Mitchell\.

The entrance to this room had ; n American of Pediatrics
s a fine parrot in a cage, with the ii- 1 Academy
I word Dingy,to" bt to give walk-of thru Where and pass were i. National Congress of Parents & Teachers (PTA) & the Florida Councilof

i' you when the ship wrecked*' to SHIPWRECKED and with all this treasure j I
Parents & Teachers
I which lots of lively answers were

given The ceiling had fish and a bie) Treder Mrs George (Phyl. pie attended the viewing and In private life John runs the I' American Federation of Labor

large red octopus hanging fromIt Us) Arthur Mrs Lloyd (Flo) funeral.Mr. Hoorco business l assisted by

; fishnets, crates, shells, drift Boyd, Mrs L E t Chris) lUtton, and Mrs. Foose had re hill wife. The have four children American LegionCommission
wood and kegs completed the Mrs. J. H (Linda) Chappell. Gently Joined the Christian and John Jr 15. Stanton 13 Jim'

scene. Each member brought one or Missionary Alliance Church in mle 9 and I Mary Ellen 4- On Chronic Illness
f Perhaps the saddest spectacle two guests to the party. this city, tranufcrring their letters .

of all is the picture, showing Members present were Mrs. from Henna Y. W A. News National Research Council & over 200 others.
Mrs Kindsvater, on the extreme K S (Carol) Ahmie, Mrs. R. D lie Is survived by his wife, The Mary Herder Young Woman .
tight, and a of girls who I
(Barbara) Cromwell, Mrs. J. W. Rebecca; five daughters, Mis 's Auxiliary of Central Bap
had just found a treasure chest
i (Ruth) Shaw, Mrs.( L, C (Clair) Alice Forward, and Mrs. Pat
list I Clnirih met last ,
on this desert lilanl Here they
Simms, Mrs Nick (Lillian) 'turpoljac ricla Curtis\ of Indian River City;
were, a chest full of money, gold, Sept lot fit its regular meet VOTE FOR FLUORIDATIONELECT
Mrs R K. (Chris) Webber Mrs. Louise Wink, of Red Lion,
jewels, pearls and precious Mrs, M A, (Arlene) Wed: Pa; Mrs. Miriam Thomas of Ing. The prayer calendar was
slopes and no place to spend it.
ding, Mrs W. G, (Juanita) Phoenixville Pa.; and Mra. presented by Margie Sliest and
Punch was served: from a keg
Young, Mrs J, H (Nancy) Gretchen Santarsicro of York, prayer was: led hy Penny Foeks
along with finger sandwiches on
the plank Candy, nuts and olives Honks, Mrs K C. (Marilyn) Pa; two sons, Dr. C. N. Foose, Plans for the new year were
Kindsvater, Mrs. R (Barbara) Jr.. of Cumberland, Md., and
' Nunnally, Mrs. J. H. (Shirley) James Foole of Lexington, Ky.;
J>y Mrs R. G. (Gloria) Jones, new Church Year for all South
Plumb, Mrs T C, (Edie) Pope; fourteen grandchildren and four-
Ted (Card\) Sauerback,
t1n.Mrs Nancy Baser and Mrs. Mrs )I. E (Peggy) Gray, Mrs.C. great grandchildren, cm Baptist Churches. Duo to the ,O

tiOis Sain J. (Jean) Hecklemoser Mrs coming college year and so manyof YOU CAN HELP LOWER YOUR '
) Anne Exline, Mrs. G. Garden Club
The Little Theatre group per. C E ( ) the regular) officers of the! \
;firmed two scene from "Bye, G, (Peggy) Jacobs, Mrs W A. The fust meeting of the new auxiliary)' returning! for night( .
Bye Birdie" which was cnthus (Glenda) Johnson, Mrs R. G season of the Indian River City courses, the 1IH414 officers
lastically received (Gloria) Jones, Mrs J. D. (Margaret Garden Club will be held Wed. h.d0 assume their. new duties

Name tags, made by Mrs Harold ) Kennedy, Mrs. T. J. nesdjy afternoon, Sept 9th, at a month early HOME OWNER TAX BY
(Peggy) Gray and Mrs. Tom (Carol) Sauerbeck, Mrs. Gerald 2:00 p.m. in the Civic Center Ihe Installation service for

(Jeanette) Martin, from net witha (Sue) Erickson, Mrs Lewis The program will be in these, new efdcers will he on
fish caught inside were pre. (Thelma) Row.ll, Mrs Nancy charge of Mrs. M. F. Bieedlove Sept nth al 730 p m at Central'

scnted to the following guests: Baker, Mrs Theo (Rose) Mit who will speak on Full I'lants." Baptist Churih. They are: President .

.'. Mrs D. C. (Sarah) Bates, chell and !Mrs\ Ton. (Ruth) Al All members are urged to at Il.lin' Riddle; Vlis-Preai _\

Mrs. Hugh (Pat) Romme, Mrs man. tend. dent, Donna McAllister\ ; See're- VOTING "GR1I
Several girls were dressed In anti I Ad.
J.._ A (Judy) Burkett, Mrs P. Training ProgramMri tory Treasurer Becky
N. (Joan) Artille, Mrs J. H. costumes, from pirates, chip. Florence.\ Strom, Mrs.., ama: Program Carolyn .#- .
wrecked, wounded sailors! sailors McAllister' ChrV.m1 chairman
(Kathleen) Turner; Doiia Hoover and Mrs. Mary TOM "GRU"GRUSENMEYER
.1 Mrs. G. E (Peggy Masakow native girls, Hawaiian danc Slaby, attended a training pro' Sandy .' : nlunlty
ski, Mrs. II. P. (Eluint: ) Horn, era to bath towels' gram for Brevard County Exlen. Mission Chairman, Mangle

JMrs, T. L. (Barbara) Swift, Mrs The past presidents and the alon Homemakers! Clubs Thursday Spears; Mission Study and Slew
L. E. (Gravce) Mctlenlon Jr., current president were the at the Agricultural Center, ard hlp Chairman, Penny hocks; City Council District 3TOM

Mrs. 0. G. (Carolyn) Ryals, Judges to determine who was the Went King Street, in Cocoa. Social and Music. Donna Thnm

Mrla. M. A (Virginia) Czabon, prettiest dressed lady in the Mrs Sue B. Young, Home as

Mrs L. B (Jo Ann) Reed), Mrs room These judges were Mrs.R. Demonstration Agent for Bre Each girl was urged I lo tun THE
H. O Pal Ellis, G. (Peggy) Jacobus Mrs W .
( ) Mrs R. E. vard County presented the lea" In her State Miimlim offering to
(June) Wiltshire, Mrs. R h. A (Glenda) Johnson, Mrs J. son on "Your Clothing Dollar" be sent to the Slate Office for
(!Maidee) Parsons, Mrs J. F W (Shirley) Plumb and Mrs R. Mrs Young stressed that every diHtrlhutlcm equally for the Baptist .

(June) Christian, Mrs M J, (Barbara) Nunnally, and.hI" garment should be in service" work being done in Florida.
(Joan) Amato, Mrs Wm. A. decided! that ]Mrs\ Lewis (Thel FORWARDVIEW
This program will\ be presented On Saturday, September Feb, at
Joan) Parker, Mrs. Ed Ruth mi). Row ell was the winner
( ( )
at the next meeting of the 2 (00 p m, a Miimlon Study )Book
Dressed in two (lowered bal tk
Sermons; Indian River City Extension "HM lo (fommanl was taught!
Mrs Richard San. towels hell''' on hy ropes with a .
Homemakfrs Club on Tuesday, by Miss Helen Riddle Sties ftlil
ford, Mrs William (Jeanie) wreath of flowers around her .
September 22 die Is tcarlnng this hook In order
Hughey, Mrs. Stanley ,Mavis) head and shoes on her feet held
to qualify for her Y.W.A,
Svec, Mrs. Jeff (Susan) Holland, by ropes, she certainly 1 deservedthe Active Duty During Hurricane Citation This In one of the hitch'
Mrs C E. (Ann) Kant, Mrs W. beautiful\ Jewel treasure .
John Grady, 820 Key Coral est honors an Individual em attain
E I Mimi) Raper, Mn, J. E chest for watch and rings/ awarded :
Road, U a reserve officer In the while a member of the Y.
Maxwell, as a prize The Judging ..
(Bitty) !Mrs Jus (BobCITV / U. S. Air Force and' was railed WA
of the costumes brought the
to active duty at Homestead Air There are several Mission aetivlties .
,ELEct'c.or party te a clone Fore" Bane. from August lath ahe must do In order In "'.

through AuguM 30th get this honor Alter cemilrtlng ; OF
*. ; ARNOLD Dtath Of Mr, TodM
While on duty, Hurricane the qualifications. she receivesan
Mr, and Mrs Ronnie Curtis,
council,, iirr. I "Clro" struck (" plain Grady honor certificate signed by
Mrs. Roy Forward and daughter
'(Ar 'u" .) worked alone with the other personnel each of the Y W A State Officers
Rebecca have returned
.et hi Ad- to minimize the damage nf Florida ibis book was taiiifht
from York Penna, where they
and protect lives ant) prOfM'rty. at (he home of Mrs tJrlores
ittc tided the funeral of the lateC His Commander at ll>im.,*teal( Surreney" 306 Byron Ave. GRUMY
i father of Mrs Curt
N Foose
Air Force Bane was 11 Col WilLiam The girls were also reminded
MORTGAGES i s :and Mrs Forward / F Krister who gave him a cpf the quarterly HMOclatiwiitl
Mr. Foose had been a fore- letter of commendation meeting to .he 'heM' SVpt 261 h al

man with the National Gypsum Grady timed In the U S Navy the First Baptist Church of ('"

FHAConventionalFor Lune Company in York for dtwu. World War U lor a.<*. cua This eonslwlsd lite "btwiocM

i many years. and, upon retire years Upon ota-bargc he served of this meeting.", which was closed COVENANT TO THE PEOPLE OF TITUSVILLE
Lower Rates and ment had come to live at I ISO hi the U. S Naval Reserve for with prayerPresent .

Local Servics 1 Lardy Street Indian River City, 3.'....)tar oust. then transferred to ) at IM" )< misting were:
lie and Mrs. Foose had made the U 5 Air Force Reserve In Chris' (ouper Donna Thorn M,

George M McCutchaa many friends here They were which he has been for the last Penny rocks, Donna 1-SERVICE TO T THE COMMUNITY
visiting relatives and friends in 12 years His present organ Carolyn McAllister. .

200 Magnolia Ph 247.mi York when he died suddenly Italian is the tlS Troop CarrierG'sup die Mari>r !m>ears. MrA..ter'l A

: Angus 27th. Hundred of per (Rcsrvel. Dekires Surrrncy. f)1'


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STABILIZE TAXES How It... my opponents, proposed l 0 STABILIZE TAXE&7-Tkey

you in favor of a shopping center or some other commercial development haven'll! This Is what I will do. I propos lo ... Ik H Ik* RIVER FRONT PROPERTY'from Howard
Johnson's south to th. south cIty limits ol TlUsvl'U kaa every eh s nee ol' DEVELOPING lets* tremendous
the from Club?
across street the Country Ik. TOURISM that U his NASA his
MOTEL AREA 'lo serve potential coming to I sre*
already appropriated, over II.000.000.00 'for the cosjtlrucllosi el a TOURIST Ufornutloa' center st .the
I understand that some of opponents are in favor of such development. I also
my ? )Junction ol U.S. Hwy, No. I .nd S.H. No. SO NASA esHmats l e 10000 VISITORS per day to the /aclllty .
understand that this is for monitary reasons to them personally or to their strong financial Where are they cjoUct U slay? WUI they stay at Coco, CV*. Beick or here In TITUSVILLE? IIw

backers. 0x.9,44. IM larlllllee' : .t...., will stet here. thus INCREASING our tax INCOME end thereby taking

tke TAX LOAD OFF ol the HOME OWNERS This development. must be do,. WITHOUT CN

I want to go on record as being against such a development and pledge that I will CROACHMENT on our reeUUnlH nelgkhorkoods.TOM .

never approve of such a development adjacent to residential neighborhoods.


(For Vole S,: Tom "firu" Grusenmeyer VOTE FOR GRUSENMEYER"GRU" & FLUORIDATION, TOO. .;

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Page 4 (' ) Monday, September 1 NB Rehab Center Meetings Resume
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Meetings of the members of work of the center.

'round town the North Brevard Rehabilitation Thursday's speaker will be
r I IPhon. 11 Mrs. A. M. Martin, who is chun-
Center will resume Thursday
man of the Health Panel, City
after a two month vacation. zens Survey Implementation

ItJ snerz-aye 267-3394 with{ harvard car Son \Meetings\ are held on the second Committee.It .
Thursday at 8 p.m., at the center -

Joan (Mrs Harry L.) Stroupeof the local club. Mrs Mable Hartman forward to her fifth year of Girl- Arthur Dunn Air Park
224 Barns Ave., received a educational chairman, and Scouts Eleven year old Susan is Parent of the children attending you have rental

r; ---, dclighfut surprise recently In the Mrs Eunice Locke, president, an avid reader and placed secondIn Normandy School are also housing list it in
t form of a check and a note from presented Mrs. Biddle a $200 her age group in the Titusville invited to the meeting, ai are
MileyKerlsIngagement+ x Jack and Jill Magazine saying check for Pilot House In Talla\ Library's summer reading program ,I all who are interested in the The Star-Advocate!

her story, "Jsne Writes A Sons," 11 88see. this year Her future hope

has been selected for future publication and dreams include studying
in the popular children's Bob and Betty Webber of 270 foreign languages and being a
: magazine Stuart Ave. enjoyed a 1700 mile foreign exchange student in high SMORGASTYLE$1.35DINNERS$1.95

Announced s. This will be the first story Joan camping excursion with their school and, someday, seeing her;

t.rN has had published and she was children, Steven, Ellen, David, name in lights on Broadway as a Plus your choice of a dozen salads
r so excited she said, 'I still won't Timmy and Teddy, recently, famous actress
and Mrs. C. Mileyof SPECIAL RATES
Mr Harry 4:30.10:30 PM
believe it until I see it In print." through the Smoky Mountains Daily Sun. 1:30-1:30: : PM TO CLUBS
South Washington Ave an- Although Joan has written num.erous Their first stop was at Cherokee, Lt. Col. Francis P. Sheridan, Closed Mondays Old Tyme Dinner Parties

'jiounce the engagement of their short stories, she has only\( No Carolina, where they touredan son of Mrs. Anastasia Sheridan,
daughter, Therecia, to Lt. William sent In a few to publishers and old pioneer town still standing LaGrange and the late Col. JosephA. THE FLOTILLA INNEnd

: Robert Kerls, son of Mr. was really surprised when this as it was In the 1800's. Sheridan, will I I I be decoratednext
and Mrs. William B. Kerls of .- one was accepted. The old sayIng The campers spent a week at week in Viet Nam with the of Garden Street on South Lak 247-3908 Titusville-

:"St. Louis, Mo. i ,-' ,,1' goes, "You have to write a the Smokey Mount National Park U. S. Army Infantry Combat

Miss Miley attended both elementary (. ,,; av hundred. stories to get one published" bears.and really loved watching all the Badge and the Order of the Gal
They toured
and high school in Ti. tJI. Gatlinburgand lant Cross Army Class, a Vietnamese -
.JIi 'j' Joan, an avid reader, feels ,la Clingmans Dome, the highest medal.
tusvillo and is a graduate of i -. r f' 4
great many people could writeif point in the Smokies
Rutland High School and Car :.... :. ,4:, 'g7 : then spent Mrs. Sheridan resides in Titus
.... i they just sat down and tried some time at I campsite
Jlcton College, Vermont.. She Is ville at 110 Anna with their six Ar
I It. The more one reads and writes, Clayton Georgia
presently employed by McDon- f&>' !It children, Stephen, Karen, Barbara
jicll Aircraft at Cape Kennedy.Lt. >"r,<. .. .." /' the easier the words seem to Betty said there were so many Michael, Phillip and Kath
} flow." The Stroupe's young so*, bees in the woods there, It Bound leen. Lt. Col. Sheridan has been TUESDAY YARD GOODS SPECIAL!
Kerls received ,ids B. S. in Craig, who will be 9 next month, ed like a giant hive. The bees
I in Viet Nam since last October
to. "
Industrial engineering from Is Interested In hi.I mother'! didn't bother anyone, but, she
and will return this October to be
Washington Univeislty, St. Lou- { ', writing and even helped select said, "When I made pancakes', I stationed at Headquarters, U. S. BIG CLEARANCE SALE!
Is, Mo. He is now on active dutykt I names for the "Janie" had to be
story i careful not to beesin
...... .- .,. .._ ....... get Strike Command, McDill A.F.B.In .
Patrick Air Force Base. ------ Joan tells us her story Is abouta t h. batter" In addition to

The wedding will take place Miss Therecia Miley young girl who Is sightseeing Bob got In some trout Tampa.
already to
Tn .mil. -urintcP.Lockheed. ..
-- --- -- -- --- fishing and, we hear, even caught
start school
Her Aunt Sue, visiting !- Hudsons Will Drastic
from California, overhears some. Out of the 1700 miles t J

Wives W.M.S. Of First Baptist ChurchTo Janie humming a tune and auks traveled by the Webber family, ,t Price Reductions
Monthly LuncheonSet where she heard It. When Janie 700 was just traveling around the Observe 50thAnniversary
tells her she made it up, Aunt Smokies, sightseeing. And they 9AM Tuesday
At RamonsThe Teach Mission Study Book"Enlistment Sue explains how a song Is writ. had a wonderful time.

Lockheed Wives Club will ten and then helps Janie write ,
hold its monthly luncheon For Missions" by prayer and scripture reading. A down the song. While they are Deborah McClintock, daughterof r r
Thursday, Sept. 10, at Ramon Helen Fling, a mission study quartet will be presented including writing It, Janle's big sister returns Mr. and Mrs. W N. McClin- Star-Advocate Publisher and
in Cocoa Beach book will be taught by membersof Mis. Lynn Shepard, from a music lesson and, tock of Cocoa Beach, visited In Mrs Henry II Hudson will ob I PREVIOUS SALE i io :I
the Woman's Missionary Society Mrs Rodger Schmidt, Mrs. Will after hearing It, says she wants Titusville I last Wednesday and serve their Golden Wedding Anniversary FABRICSAssortment
Cards will be featured beginning of Titusvlllo First Bup- llollmlay and Mrs E. D. Wicks her music teacher to hear the Thursday with her cousin, Susan tomorrow.Mr. I .

at 10 a.m., social hour from list Church, Tuesday, September8th An exhibit of mission study song. Janle's song Is so well liked Gamble, daughter of Mary and and Mrs. Hudson, who are J Includes
12 to 12:30: followed by lunch at at 7 p.m. In the social hall books which are available It Is used In the music school's Richard Gamble, 204 Hllldale. officers In the Star-Advcoate + c r t SPORTSWEAR COTTONS
1230..: There will be choiceof o MIRACLE FABRICS
a of the educational building.
through the church library will recital and the ends
story with
Susan returned home with Corp., were married in Iowa in o COTTON STRIPES A SOLIDS
dishes on the menu so memo Greeting members, visitors be on display, arranged by Mrs. the music teacher telling the Deborah for a delightful weekendon 1914 after both had been graduated t DRESS PRINTS
hers are asked to cull in their and newcomers at the fellowship M A. Goodnight and Mrs, Jim audience about Janie and they, the beach from Morningside Collegein 4 i a SKIRTS & BLOUSE PRINTS

ble.reservations as early as possi proceeding the study class, will Parker In return, giving a tremendous While In Titusville, Deborah Sioux City, Iowa
be the hostess committee, Mrs. round of applause for the young visited They lived In Des Moines, Iowa,
rehearsals of the
Teaching the book will be
Hostesses for the event will bo Paul Burdine, Mrs. Bill Seidel, songwriter then Cleveland, Ohio, before 21 c
Mrs Lynn Shepard, Mrs. Arthur First Nlghterf next play, Pied
the outgoing officers: Mrs. Mrs. Bob Huffman and Mrs. By the moving to Titusville in 1925,
Moore, Mrs John Wash way, Joan also wrote Piper of Hamlin, In which SusanIs t YD.
Anthony Casullo, president; Mrs. Wayne Tucker. Coffee and dessert burn, Mrs Carl Hens and Mrs. the song with music which will playing one of the lead characters when Mr Hudson( look over pub' I It0 :

Robert Graveline, vicepiesi- will be served, with Mrs Hugh Davidson. Assisting with probably be included with the Anna, daughter of the lication of the Star-Advocste. S ;. Also Final Reductions
They have two children, Mrs.Ralph t0
dent Jim Eason as social chairman
Mrs James Harmon
; sec parts will be Mrs Charles story when It Is published. Joan Mayor. '
retary; Mrs Don Jordan, Mrs. R. D. Allen und Mrs. Broome, Mrs Eldon Raley, Mis.Kenneth was a music major at Florida Susan Is a very swect-natured who Nyborf is here of Naperville with her,husband Illinois ? 3.t. On Spring and Summer

treasurer; Mrs. Herman Day, Glenn Roberta, decorations Files, Mrs Ken Shipe, State, where she received her young lady and displays quite a and daughter, Mary Lynn, e : Yard Goods
Program chm,; Mrs. Dean Birch, committee plan arrangementso a
Bachelor of v
Mrs. Dean Torrence and Arts Degree Nowwe'll
bit of talent
portraying the spoil visiting at the Hudson home,
( flowers and r
Publicity? \ and Mrs. Robert Fit,- candles featurIng be
Summons. Sunshine the society cobra, purple Rodger SchmidtA looking forward to more ed, selfish daughter of the Mayor and:! Robert Hudson, editor ot( theStar WAS NOW
will be stories from this talented CHAMBRAY 54c 33c
nurseiy provided
young a
of Hamlin. Although she has -Advocate. '"
All Lockheed and while.
wives are cordially Anyono needing transportation writer studied ballet for five years in ICE CREAM 79c 44c
Invited to attend Rostrvatlunist Mrs. Dun Nelson, devotional pleas cull AM 72713 or AM Birmingham, Alabama and INDIAN HEAD 89c 44c
for the Tilusville urea is and music chairman, will open 7-2941)). Special guest at the Pilot Club's per. BIG APPLE PLAZA BUTCHER LINEN 69c 33c
formed In many recitals, this Is I
Mrs. C. P Ashton
evening study period with
regular luncheon meeting last Susan's Dacron-Cotton 79c 44c
I first time to work witha MON. to SAT
I Band Association \week was Mrs Owen Biddle little theatre group. [ Sam to 9pm DENIMS 69c 33c
To Meet 10 District Lieutenant Governor A sixth grade student at Whispering Tarpoon Plaids 99c 54c
from Daytona Beach This was Hills School, Susan lovesto

The Titusville School Band Association _'Mrs Blddle's official visit to dance, swim and Is looking
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will hold its first meet- -
ing of this school year on Thuri
TORCH day, Sept. 10, at 7:30: p.m. in
jCLUBFEATURING the high school band room. COUNCILMAN

All patents of students In the ELECT Dr. GLENN YOUNG
junior and senior high bands DISTRICT 1
are Invited to attend and hear
the band director explain the
BILLY DEE AND program for the year. Refreshments .

THE ROCKMASTERSOpen Nyborgs will be Visit served At Automatic: Voting Machine Sample Ballot

H H, Hudson Home

Dinner 5t30 4:30-PM-2AM-Mon.1:33: -Cocktail Hours thru 4:30 Sat.: -8 Maran Ralph Manufacturing A Nyboig, president Co. of of Municipal Election, City of Tilusville! Florida,, Tuesday, September 8 8,1964

We Cater to Lunches &: BanquetsUS Batavia Ill? arrived Saturdayto

Hwy. I, Two Miles S. of Downtown TltusvllU join his wife and daughter,
Mrs. Nyborg and Mary I
.1 Lynn for I visit at the home of

their patents, Mr. and Mrs, II. COUNCILMAN DISTRICT NO. I II .I/

ELECT It. Hudson, 1318 Riverside Or.

They plun to leave for their VII r r rsn nNr, ,

home at Nupciville, III, later
Wendell R this week. Miss Nyborg will be
.s.. .
a senior at Morningside College,
Sioux City, Iowa. ,

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SeaseCITY Sew-So Club To Hold IA I ZA JA 4A SA 6A 7A.

Luncheon MeetingThe --- ,

COUNCIL Sew-So Club will meet at G..*rg. Mrflnid W AfimftalU liwu I Desk Kewjnlme, Clemi I I

the home of Mis. R Nelson, S
Arnold Finch' Finn Leonard Spinglcr Theofinidis Young
DISTRICT SSTRIVE Broad St., Wednesday Sept 9. :
at I pm. I

This will be a luncheon meeting a..e? -- .nw6 -.- --- -- 1
and all members
are urged
to attend. 9 10 II U IJ 14 IS l 16 17
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To Expand Water


And 322 Wathlngton Avenue
Sanitary _
!I 'Viti"! : I*.>ft IINt'i, Ivrrna. IINr.1C

will be closed Sept.
Facilities To

7th .and 8th and also .
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Of I Sept 15th and 16th A A 9A 10 A II A I IA IJA $14 A IS A 14 A 17 A

for observance of ., 111_ .
CityTITUSVILLE religious I.I. W.Ni./ ..b...l

holidays. Young

(Pd. Pol. Adv i [ .
IW Pol "' IEleMdreteh

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r Candidate Platforms And Answers To Questions ] OJ I 7pa2'lewadga7/4webrdtArrN( D] I

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Each candidate has been askedto problem in trying to stretch J. B. Leutwyler and representation In the town. water to the rapidly growing Indian missloncTs Is about to be taken I

state his or her platform i these dollars to furnish needed 6. The most pressing needs in River City section as well over by fixed commercial in

350 words or less and answer the services for all of the city. Fin 1 reply to your letter of Aug Titusville are as follows, (a) improved as other areas I felt then and tcrest' We need more and better I

I following questions: ally I believe it is a major responsibhty ust 26 my platform consists of water and sewage system feel now It could nut be done In parka and ball fields. Over

1. If you feel there are problems of government in a assuring the voters that 1 will ; (b) strict toning enforcement any other way for several years. 500 of our children were forcedto

that are not being properly democracy to be responsive to perform the duties of a council ; (c) construction and maintenance This could have vitally affectedthe use Inadequate ball parks last '' Coupon Specials Good Thru Wed.

solved in city government today, the needs and aspirations of the man in an aggressive and progressive of sidewalks and roads; health and safety of our CitIzens season or give up sports !

what would you consider these people that government serves manner. I will actively (d) overall city Improvement d. Better toning This spot I

i problems 1. One major problem we seek the opinions of the people program 1 I.e. civic auditorium 5. Yes Us working and the toning, special toning change

2 Expanding on the above have is the expansion of our in all areas of the city and downtown rehabilitation, parks purchase of private utility com apartments and business In rest I SWIFTS GOLD CREST

question, how would you propose water and sewer facilities, andI apply these wishes when taking and recreation areas, (e) council panies to correct water and lew- dential sections against the will I i

I; to remedy the problems you list. I don't agree with the appropriations action in council I will promote involvement In the educational er problems is a good example. of the J people In that area must i; ICE

: 3. Are you for or against fluor- presently planned in the those programs which I feel are problems within the city. It has provided better police and stop I have seen toning ordinances I CREAMHALF

District 1 and 3 $4,183,000 bond issue. I also wanted by the people of Titus- fire protection and it will make in other cities that allow 4 gc

Appear On Section B don't believe we are doing our ville and not what is politically Wendell SeaseI our City the most progressive ed the people of the effected GALLON I

best in the way of correcting expedient. The people will be and best Community. In Brevard area more say in what happens 0 AllOtted Flavors

mating the city water system existing drainage and planning given a concise report on all stand for extension of sewer County if we join hands In a to their area, this and other 1 1

and why. for future drainage Finally, I council activities I will recommend and water lines to all part fit sincere effort to make it come to changes are needed'

4. Were you for consolidation think we are falling far short of such methods as will pro. our City as soon as economically pass e. A lot of changes In some of. 1 ___ COUPON 1
or against it. If you were for providing better recreation and duce improved quality and quantity feasible to acne the best In'tcrest ''' 6. a. Water Drainage and Sewer our city offices to give: us a better I

it, with a referendum, so state new parks and playgrounds of services at lower costs of the majority of our pooL expansion for the entire City.b. administration and more ef'l LILT Milk Wave

5. Regarding of your answerto I will support and promote all pie without any unfair lax burden Expanded 1'olice and Fire flelency

the above, do you feel that 2. I think we need a citi uplifting influences in our com for the coat of extending'' Protection In regard to fluoridation, I feel I r

consolidation is "working" If zens' committee comprised of munity. 1 will keep an open mind these services I favor the rs r Improved streets and sidewalks the referendum/ with adequate Information I Famous Hem sjjf Q Q t

not, where can relations be improved our best talent in the community to the requests and problems of tablishment of a Civic Center and and better overall street to allow the people' to .PermanentUsually -

to study the appropriationsin the citizens and be available for proper, well,supervised\ Roe-re lighting deride what they want Is the only I 52, farsamCTB .

6. What do you consider the the bond issue and a new engineering discussion! ational facilities for our young d. Civic Center and Recreation right way fur an Issue as Impoit AhnN 1. rla, sous Mw. ..... II"

most pressing needs of Titus analysis of this program people with a carefully studied facilities ant as this. Smartest thing the -

ville today. Please list six. The city needs to work Some of the immediate needsof program for these Improvement e, Greater Unity' In City Government city council ever did
Titusvillc are: ((1)) a clean COUPON ram
much more closely with the county water system and an enlarged in order to prevent Increases !1.. and Community Affairs. My stand for consolidation Is

5 to encourage more effective sewage system ((2)) better, zoning our ad valorem taxes l lI D that I was 100 per cent against Ironing Board I

District expenditure of our share of enforcement, ((3)) bike paths I would strive for a business1 Robert YoungOn It The only right: way Is by ret Cp0dtronsdtt
the Road and Bridge Fund to apprcach to the financial affairs, errndum. In country,
and sidewalks In congestedareas Full ..b. sMIMl.4 Mwckr
George Barley, Jr. correct drainage problems and (4)) neighborhood parkland of our City Government on a Sept 8 yoU will have an the only right way Is by the penpie '4 _l Ia'. C
get more of our streets paved.We playgrounds ((5)) a permanent pay as you go basis I favor the,, opportunity to exercise your and for the people We the t4 s4 lease see 3 9 ,
My platform consists of the need I priority program to beautification program in present! bond issue for water ami right to vote for three city councilmen people should have had the right i1 -e hr_! *. it*.

following 11 programs: provide better recreation and to conjunction with the garden sewer expansions, which provide' Choose carefully and to rirrklo for ourselves If we Illmll I VIM MOM Him w..4. Stl14M.

1. A strong new recreation secure new parks and playgrounds clubs and other Interested organizations these very essential services tall vote for the tune men, one from wanted It One of the bluest I

program to provide increased re by donation from devclopers ((6)) construchon of protect our health and safety1' each district that you feel will problems of today Is that our

creational activities for young and private Individuals. new roads and proper maintenance without the penalty of additional' serve you the best. elected officials control \us by __4 COUPON .

people as well as adults of all roads ((7)) downtownarea taxes against the property owner "' Are they fully qualified Do their own Ideas and Ignore the I '
neither for nor
3. I
2. An aggressive policy to fluoridation am as a candidate improvement, (I) correctionof now or later. they have any conflle t of Interant" will and rights of the people i LYSOL SPRAY
obtain new park and playground against At for Its working, I feel It
(9)) .
drainage problems cor Or
connections with
+ because the proper place I pledge to work for a cleaner., groups
I. space decided rect the garbage and trash pick more beautiful Titusville, free that only have their Interest at will be a good while before It I r -at 07
to be
for this .
question A-.I l CM .
3. A priority program to will work and only by fleeting I art
up policy, ((10)) increase city participation heart
from disputes and sectional interests
build a new civic center to at is at the polls I feel that this In a year-round reccreation people dedicated to serving the IM Limit( U I t
tract cultural conventions is a highly complex question for which create an ant, In running for District 5,1 I fool people Instead of their own financial
programs the community to decide and I program ((11)) Improved healthy atmosphere for the development I' 'LI """ _M. 'h,,I W...l. ./tl. IjJ IIB
i and to provide certain recreational police services, ((12)) new In. of business and In I have proven my ability as a Interests, can relations -- .
am disappointed at the lack loader and worker
activities and craftr a Interested be improved
dustry ((13)) city
program sup
I dustry, good ncighborllness and
qualified information on both : In serving I have servedas have stated at the
our city I already
and hobby facilities. porting tourism along U S. 1, .
r the sort of good life and. promisIng COUPON rananiyaregTURPENTINE
the ___ .
sides I am impressed by president of three different IRC Civic center that I will fully I
to offer ((14)) better educational
4. A new Teen Town programs future we owe to our young
J for fluoridation -
scientific endorsements within the organizations her In Titusville support their district represent
adequate facilities to our city.
people Certainly
A but I find many sin no man can two of them for two years in a sties and I will work with the I
growing teenage population I am an Independent candidatewho rightfully claim to conscientiously .
w cere and intelligent\ individuals row. Also as chairman of an other districts In working/ for
I 5. Stronger regulations for is being supported by represent all the people It he | 1 +
strongly opposed to it, andI Advisory( Board for the local unity. I II II.
a to encourage are Full Pint, lrk. .! .... .
subdivision development friends scattered throughout Tltimlllp Is belabored by bitterness or '' ,- i'
believe if enough information DcMolay Chapter for Boys.I I I. Bob Young earnestly, ullclt 17
more attractive subdi My only reward for being malice toward any group or sec TiirtmllM .*,. If..
is made available to the public I have also been a businessman / your support for District 5, He-
vision design. a councilman would tion of his CommunityMy .
will make the come prior to coming here, but member, have the right snit ..
that this city you Wad itlfflMTgran '
Illmll I I llk IMIPM '
i 6. Expansion of sidewalks from seeing Titusville progressto fervent desire Is to help .. __
the I did here fur from
right decision at the polls job In organizing duty to vote one man
to keep our a city In which could mold better dignified
r immediately we all a more
the North Brevard Rehabilitation District 1 at largo, District:
1 in favor of 3\\
youngsters off arterial roads. 4 was take pride. more conscientious and dedicated
it Center for Crippled' Children and my District I. )h COUPON wawap?
7. Expansion of our water but I strongly opposed In answer to the questions listed group of Citizens from every proves I have the people of tubarea's ___.__ 1
and sewer facilities to all of the without a referendum. I also In your letter walk of life who can say proudly IM'' THUS <'IRC'i''IT OMIT nrTIIM .
Interest at heart and the NINTH 11'1I1l'1A1. S'S it.cr'i'c Balls
and felt that at the very least the I. The biggest problem In \ Titusville Is home town or i.hI i.
| new city in an equitable city my ability to do tin- job : ; : II awn rout HUKVAIII) I

businesslike basis bill should have provided for government today is the lack of 1. Much progress has been One thing 1 want everybody to lllCNTV:, rioHIIIACHAMMIV "N, <> :Wist I IM 115. be.. ..'.... ... --------1.
prompt election of five new agreement between the councilmen made in Titusville toward solving 1 55M: III \1"1'\11 \I IM
I 8. Tighter zoning regulations majority know Is that I am not connectedwith > U5/r.\s.. *...11.11 M ticket !..
councilmcn or certainly a This disagreement arises our many prlihlcmMuch more .
attractive land CHAIILKM: ll HAWK
< to encourage more any group developrrs,
and of three councilmen toast from the fact that three of the would have been dung, had not 1'lnlnliri Nil.
t building and development builders, realtors or olhl'rIpc'rlal .., ,
to preserve real estate values Sept. If consolidation had been councilmen are appointees who progress been entirely halted or ) Interest groups, Being 1MIHM VMTA<: HAWK, fUmil I w..Ki -.... tftrii : I1ll
with referendum, I apparently don feel greatly impeded by the actions IMninlanlTO -- TiS'tt5TLTUJTHJTB-Bfl.Btt.fflt!TltffttJ3)J)
9. A twofold program to proposed a any responsibility employed at the Cape, I do not I IMIIIIM vnsTATANK ai H BH TH JTH
would have worKed for it and to the people. of some of the very people' who need W..hn*> II. facilities
correct existing drainage to worry about losing Jobs eta' Wood 'Nlraelipso.
and to provide, in coopcra I believe it would have passed 2. The remedy for a large por are candidates fur the City Council or business because of my poult II .. Nsw' Yo.1I noTorffn_ COUPON

tion with the county, for primary and a lot of friction and discontent tion of this program will be pro.vided Ion as a city councilman 'lass rust_,..Allie A"n.I":1laIIY( : rooiiililiil IVIITlrlr.1I I.., .. ';\
in the newly developing would have been avoided. on September 8th when 2 I would propose t to remedy You can he sure I will work ivorra, .hit. boa! riM ...ln.l BC Headache Powders
drainage .
end *r* rwtuirwl la serve
11 ran
5. I don't think eonsolida' the people elect their chosen many of our "growing pain : t
for his best unified economics! sear a r raw Auvtr or mi /
ateas. tion is working too well. Rela representatives The new council problems by careful b Y Mis.Ir.| I'ltnitln UIHIM tkf .,. I'rod. I'\
I Inn. ::
10 Encouragement of greater city government My r.l lnllf, ( sitar Mr KNANr": ; / 25ct
in government lions will be greatly improved by will he able to attack and properly qualified !people. by motto ls a good government of (I.AHK. III, 1111 l tin. An..se5- A. I .f' *- 2 for
citizen participation flic. Ik
iKlmllr nnrliU. mil *
the city providing to the new solve our many problems which asking for assistance from ill ... .
through citizens' advisory the people by the I people and for II.II..I ". or slave bin..Iu.lva 3% ,.,.2$.
areas the services they are pay stem in part from the above our civic organizations and other the .Hlnilltil 'III Ik* s'tta u| v
penpU1 Together we can *t4 /11
ILImll" ill! MUM Mr*
committees. with Ing for and by a return to more nil( |.boned situation. and embark Interested people and by forma make this the fines! city anywhere .IAs wmly, lrk I Court uf lk IC.,.Plrrull'srl...., rililivlllit1url __ _! .. r.
11. A cooperative effort .. ......,. ..
democratic government in thil on an agressJve program ul f tion of a Citizens' Council rip-
the county to provide paving community city Improvement instead ofmerely resenting all facets of Com in unity The most pressing needs, In >'>. sashes. O ir;.Ill I'.. If CatliMo run fill!will Ul. itaI k. COUPON' "I
streets .
for of the unpaved lilnrwl for Ikw peDrfd.nl.SArA '-
some Expansion of city ser changing the zoning map life to meet on a regularly Tllunvllle) .w.n.ray. -- '-- :
with active ( (a) today are In Ih Amnnilnl Cum F d ,
It Is my belief that 3. I am against flunridation of scheduled basis with represent pl.in i t. ,
water, sew' (letter roads and
vices a.
particularly gutters I SERGEANTSlet.
M puhilahnde5s ;
community interest, these pro er and drainage city water. I would support a atlves of the City Covi-rnmrnt sidewslks Aren't you getting Tama. aanh. N.Ibr. sa.5.01..11 ear) lour .,aausums. l TIck Spray r.
grams can be successful withinour policy to provide individual 3. The problem of fluoridationis MSI.. I I. 'ih. TII........ 11I0"
b Providing for more parks, tired of our rough dirt roads, .. aminl|
with ( ) A present tax structure playgrounds and recreation fluoridation service such as tab to be put before the people on torn up paved roads, large and ilr:ul r.ilu.11 In Hnvirit C'll!'ounlrinrliU Aer.*.! for Deft) c 13

economical and businesslike to( ). Expansion of our side lets etc, but I am against a special referendum and I will,, deep drainage dlh'hra, etc' 'III.,..uet! nr.fc.rwl *l TIlMivlll | A.g.11 1 8 M r r: 0
I feel that this city .
government. aitcrlal roadsto blanket medication that Includes just like every other candidate b. To straighten out our water rinrlil. roimlr of Mr vir4 lhlm
must demonstrate the advantages walk facilities school on children off the those who might not need or successful or otherwise. be governcd and sewage systems Why do we d"r.( HTM if, *iitl M>niB IIAHNKH>r ISSI: ILImll | win ewe MrY, w.... '/MI

of consolidation to the Indian streets get our before it's too late want this service by this decision. As an In. need high wsler rates and a pour ('1.'.,.V nf a ftnull MlMlillxr" r'aurlH '::l lt I. ri);::: ,
River City Whispering Hills 4 I was against loglslative ('Iviilual and a voter I will favor 'I..k l
/ Iwouir tfui'1',
water and ft'ui ;
(d) Close attention to the pi' inciples sewage I.tem'e' | ,Tsg WBffl rarj COUPON rw [uiM
and other new areas if con sol I Idition conwlidation primarily because fliKirlilatkin II In nil Courl Mon P I r ;
of democrats govcin Kilter\ recreation facilities, jell 7 14. :n IIIMIoh. I,11II4 Jl
is to succeed and if we one of the mnimliilated. areas 4. I favornl consolidation with. for the
ment and greater enl'Ourlllll'ment protection ones we f A,DOING MACHINE) ROLIJI. oh* I CLOTHESPINS l 13
caused ,
are to heal the friction hall I repeatedly tried to form a out referendum because have On know that one of .
of citizen participatIOn (in you 2S! each: at the Stir Advocate I
by consolidation without a referendum municipal government but could a. This U a legal and. com
our parka under the county com- Office
from all areas of I '.c.. ., II
I think the city should government not obtain a charter from the munly accepted procedure under c
encourage new development and the community. state legislature the ISMS of the Slate of Florida "'I 1.III.tye- 9 I 4

business but in an open, equitable (e). A conscious effort by 8, I IfP'I ronnoliration! hat been Our legislature has followed this I I l lie Value ;:J ,

fashion, without any special the city to pull the the community fiiction worked' and I as a result there procedure In nearly all cases ELECTWendell __ !L' n i .!'._awa.e, _"" .W""II" i iD .

favoritism Our tax dollars together and to end consoli' will be continued friction until when such Jurisdiction II b)' l'dJ1tM r8 'fI a.u.. '':JhI.w. '

i are only going to go so fur and and distrust caused by the annexed people ret they are Statute provided.

we are going to have a major da tion. getting their share of services b. We needed sewer and I R.Sease ,c P!. !.. A i COUPON j /
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lifelike. whwi VMI !h.*. awe ..f.rt scrvk m.n .... It back IN I kI''''''' P.* AoMrte4 5 9 "
perfect ..,k''", .....,, And. tt" .in sews to lee ffc. iww*.t f*.Jlt I l.'
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Ana and Jim With Children MJchtel 1 sad Mkh.tU. :i BALES-SERVICE
MOM JSU>iM* *UlMt Pd. Pol. M- r .
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Pape 4 -- TlfuivllU (Florida) Str Advocitt Monday, Jeprsmbir. 1W Virginia Crass Of FirstThe Baptist Church Meets At Hardins
Walker Call For
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Virginia Class of the First dauflrter, "tfide, entortsiasd V. E. Mullina, Mr. Louis E.

Baptist Church of TKueviHe mat with several aaeordian solos, !Mill Mrs. E. Ruch. Jr.. Mrs.\

Among Council For Coming Year it the home of Mrs W. S. Hard!* which delighted the class. A. S. Sanders, Mrs. George
Will Bids This WeekA
Open on Tuesday evening September White spiral candles in triple Whitehorn Mrs.\ Murdock Woods

Councilman) Bandy Nunnally opportunity that DM faced the 1. The business meeting was conducted candelabra east a soft light on Mrs W. F. Wends Sirs W. F.

and Bill Wallet, who will remainin area since its settlement over 80 fry President' Mrs W. F. the lace-covered refreshment Woodward Mrs.\ W. S. Hard4n,

office for another year, have years ago. Let us all work together Woodward, who Uien presented a table and the pink ruse center .teacher, and Miss Patricia Harrison
A le*story-high, September D, at 2 p.m. at the The bridge will be a double. iMuad a call for unity among ill and take great advantage slate of officers. The followingwere piece. Mrs lUrdin poured coffee auesDr.\ W. S. Hardin

niM-niflion-pound Arming Tower Kamada Inn Cocoa Beach. lest bascule1 span similar to that the couocilmen during; the coming of this opportunity"We unanimously elected for the and tea from her lovely silver also attended. as a guest and wel-

loP the Marcitt! Island moo* Together, the three new projects on the Banana River-Orsino down service while co-hostess .
year regartlleM! of who. U el( throw a challengeto year beginning October L: ceased the Class
launefk area wilt be one! of threepraerls fe ber omit for the John F. Causeway. It win be built ISO ected. each candidate make working President Mrs. Karl Llcktelg; Mrs Murdock Woods served the

on which the Canaveral Kennedy Space Center in support feet east! of the existing steel Their statement reads: together and unity of purpose lat Vice President, Mrs. M. A. guests pink and white opea-faced miler': OrVTNOTI.0 VtVTITMttM XVMK r ToNIn

District of the? r. S. Army Corpsof of the National' Aeronautics winrtyp bridge<, which win be "We a>. In the midst of the lot the best Interest of the Goodnight; 2nd Vice President, sandwiches and pinkfrostedcake. No.r7omi.ll.UTS. Chapter.,. with Nuwbor' Houa 2tIIID:1.Mil:

IngistMri: : win open Hid. dusing and Space AdtnintHtration'i man torn down upon completion of second election .. IM held la the city a plank of your platform". Mrs. J. C. Elliott; Secretary, Pastel mints and assorted r..... 041 Fl.rl.l I., *>'". or JM*, the

the week of September ft ned lunar exploration program, the new bridge. aewly consolidated city an el- Mrs. Glenn Dais; Assistant Sec nuts were also offered. undfraliniHl:! of tlw' wilt Clrcui rmlxtn* Court with'IB Brcvanl thoClM -

Bids for the Arming Towel, will run to. nearly $t2 million The highway will be two-lane eoUoa which promise to be a Hindman Back From retary, Mrs John E Harrison; Present were Mrs. Glenn Rain, Couaty Florida, upon of oalut Ibis..
or publication
am estimated $W million j fob, TIM bid opening for the Arming and will approximately follow Corresponding Secretary and of trout rlctttlmiaoamo.
!lively on. wills many candidate Mrs. W. U Sense, Mr*. Arthur n.Ue.. tae
lower will be the largest In \the existing Highway AlA sllgn- Chicago Conventions to-wtl: Mrillcal Denial
ViB b' opened on Wednesday ; Tautenrov we will have dented Treasurer, Mrs Henry A. Fors- Carraway, Mrs, Bayne Cooace. rolle.tl.n Uar au undor whli'B I
dallai value told! in' the revardCMmty ment. Estimated cost of the .
lit Tltua.villa.
ler. In- hu.la.r
the Canaveral bridge and road work It $1 mil tare saw ooundlmen and for the James HSndmafl. 1379 Heritage Mrs. Henry A. Forster, Mrs. M. .m' If.......... and Uxtt tk* unilorIgnrd -
area by fj." time i in this new city'syouna Installation ceremonies will A. Goodnight, Mrs. John E. la the only pcrton Intereat-
r. tBi* rmniT rornt or 1 lion Dr. returned last week ..
District of of
the Ehglne- Bald b".ln.
Corps ed In
1MB HSNTH. JIDKIU. tin. Watery o( all five offices lake place at a coffee to be held Harrison, !Mrs.\ Edwards Hobbs, I Dined .b Titu.eilin Florida. this
late AND run M5L.IWea.7M eta toll aerospace construction. At 3 on September 10 from a week spent In Chicago A. D. 11184.Rob.r' .
I p.m. will bc held by elected officials Wednesday September 23, at 10 Mrs Karl Lickleig, Mrs. John 2Slb day ot August
1% FPMMKHY' rumnir: \<>. tmnt More than 200 potential prime bids will be opened on a second We have spent a year learning where he attended two conven i.m. at the home of Mrs. John Loud, Mrs. W. J Moore\ Mrs. ,I Au. 51. Bi-Pt. T. L.14. H."I.21 tMon. 1004

WK8T.' W..I'SIMS.. ... rKDERAL PSN55ID51'aa 8AV1N and aub-eontacmrs and: suppliers $1 million project' calling for and coping with all the many tions. Mr. Hindmin is director Loud, 2706 South Street, Forrest

(J*. Jt.fi) LOAN AKHOCITTOM *- are exported furnishing and Installing nearly problems that face the city. We of medical administration far Hills Secret Pala will also be

Units or tn; .l III&W1401
riklntlftwirti nigh, will be used primarily to and television cable In for the city, at this point of unheralded quarters on Merritt Island. At the conclusion of the business .

OItJ'KCtl $AlT7t': AND SHIRLEY provide access at the launch pad the north part of Merritt Wand growth ia a council He attended conventions of meeting, Mrs. Harrison's
: KAIRKIab11: :: V and the north end of Ken which will the American Hospital Association
lx>r.n<1anli. .to the300 foot-tall Saturn Cape work together to overcome >

TON; .v"lfB.mtOR, Of KAIHKR HI IT:: and pocket and' Apollo spacecraft. nedy. The cable will connect the city'a problem and cb- and the American Collegeof I p.m. at First Federal's Friend have) not seen any

HUtLKV KAJMCU. hMwlf Steel pipe will lie unit for the Isolated camera pads and weath Actively and wisely guide its Hospital Administrators heldat ship Room. A representative sign or posters for mo

Whom* wtmrralrDiiM arc uokaown. framework of the Arming Tow er towers to be used In NASA's growth. We, among the many, McCormick Mall Chicago. from Greater Pride Inc., will 0.

r. At its base, the structure will moon launch program did not agree with the way the I address the club. All wives of 3 because frankly I have)
TOO ARE: HEREBY dlrrolmlta
ok.* n..... Umt a lUte 5m. 5.s.) measure 133 by 130 feet. rcaeat annexation was done but WivesThe Jaycees are Invited to attend.
fHml ...In.t you In th. abovaCnuK. the fact la, It's done. The thingwe Jaycee neither the desire nor
TIM. flatus of tbv. null or Five vertically adjustable Letters[ Interested parties may call Mrs.
procmdln. la. fomnhitnt" tar platform will be Included in must do. DOW la to do our TifB3vllle Jaycee wives James Lovan AM 7.1900 or Mrs. .,r the money to prepare
ucloaura of. momma. f..o 'I a
Dim t tko. Court In, whIsh 11.111s.14 the tower, with cantileverede01Jre levee bm and work our hardest : will meet Tuesday, Sept. 8th, at Stephen Pantano AM 7-4216.
01 rociwillnii. ,In pvndlin l I. sections for wrapping To to make our town one of th.1 them.I .
Ik. Circuit Com of lee MlmJudlcUl EditorEditor '"
circuit. l I. Md for Ur.- around the Saturn V-Apollo. beet. tlI If6j
v>rd County tlnrM. In CT .rt- "With our coming growth we i
OfI'Y I' o. 3HD72. The UlMi of th. Three elevatorsaho will be installed :
cult i I. WRHT iibic: rurnKRAiHAVlNOIf : along with utilities, I hocked have the most golden and shining b e ll I e ve> Intelligent
AND IkUAK AHOWTIOM \ was when I law,the l
(). NEW YORK CrTra heated air conditioned workrooms
U.M.'". MtMmr eomoratMimV and city election sample ballots to above three were candidates, I R s SFTRUSSES voters vote for the man
and water fire control
OEOttttB: KArttRK!: ni8HIRUKY a find that three prominent candidaka N.l51af
Aronpaoe. :: KAISER.f (55: m4od hi. wlf4.prsM'Ills., had been .left off this for one and many more I know, I I -not the) sign My platform -
u"'ml"t" .101115 ID Hvardl would certainly vote for them.
Whan awaiting the Arm- ballot through '
Caunly, KIon.*.. Invalml In use, a gross er la ample .
.oJd Rrnowdln dmcrthad In lie lag Tower will be parked in an Mrs Jean FeyVlTM'k :
Complaint I. .. follnwat, ror.The
Los 1. Block ",.". LBCWOoa: area alongside the Crawlerway candidates 1 believe left .... I1K5tlrrv. 05R5UrTEe
"0 a Iif!'. SECTION:: 8, acoorla I r'4>,ITIOIr"111
to the plat th.rsol aa r.esvl.d connecting the Vertical Assembly off the ballot are The Star">Advwate In nrnipiunr with HWIMI, III! I t
In- Pint Punk IT. MI:; / Building rind the launch and Jt', editor, Bob Hudson No 1175, Chapter Number 2 awe. RETURN GOVERNMENT TO WHERE
U... ..f.... Ibe Public R.c'ord. of A tiawler-Transporter, Laws of Florida, Ada of 11)41) rhounderalaned AsrJhorlwd Sanford Dealer MtnivMT. W 9fMSCargait I
It. eount. I'1orlela.T'h padl and Sen. Bernard Parrish. will rrl,t' b oho IT BELONGS. TO YOU THE PEOPLE
\ .
wlt.bt which will carry the assembled According to Clerk: or Ik* rinmt ::'rt"b! Urc I Roef Truss Prefabricating System ,
K.publld a publication
Wiur HeaJff I'll" viol County, Florida upon rwoittne .
. O.Hon. M Saturn V-Apollo and its mobile I have read and from proof of pulriloatlnii of Mill Your Vote CAN Count\ !
Mod p" Mld Built In R.n.. some of mrtlua, let faillowlnn fkitlllaui
CEf I2SModern umbilical tower to the launch the speeches made at public for mama, to-wit: Hrnvard Couitr PANNING LUMBER COP Elect
Mild Built In Ov.nTE1' fad, will aiM be used for moving urns, these three\ must CrtMlIt Colloctlm: Buna uti
rat aKlun.n also be .
whish 1 urn ni sod la builrvmI
.h.uot fan A SooaM.dun the Arming Tower to the candidates to be ridiculed, a'.- Tltnuvlllt Plorlds I tad 10.1 NEW O. S.1 1 SOUTH INDIAN RIVER CITY
MaidIiMornallonal Cunlral R7notpnint pad sad positioning it opposite tacked and ,It. "nd "'"n.d I. tka only ptnoaInlnrutod PHONE 267-6885 JACKLARKS-DisT.3
. Heal talked about the way In old bud....
Rrfrlrxrator IDs. the\ rocket from the umbilical certain Dated .< tliuavllla Florida, ,, Ibis
.... eindidates"
> Mndi.1 No. CK 7U2D have done 2I1b day at Ausssl A. D. 1IM4. (Pd. Pol. Adv.y
You tro qulrd to flue your tower. The Arming Tower will I will add (Ms Robert Hinlv
,.an.w.r Court with nif:the.mrv Clerk a eons of the MM Clr.cult '.-" be> returned: t* its park position the Ail*. It. _Snot:_T, 14 111...(Moe.)_>WM_ ------ -= ________-__-..:-=-::..:=..1:_: =-===-:.:...-.. =
,ol "...'" rlklnlirr I .lIorna,.. prior to launching of the rocket I
whose name and adtlrcii li I.PHARI
ABNEK. TurtbullAbnrr sod The contractor will have 16
. Attornova at Law, Bull"WI.
> Now Knulanll RullillnA Port months to build the Arming
(Mmes, Baa 917. Wlnur Park! Tower,
TloHil. not latr than the. SINS.
'day or 8on' mbor. A. D. 1UA4 .. Both of the other two \bid' openings
're.ulr.d. k* law, sir a DerM fru
.. Casks will.. tntorad acalnat will be held on Thursday,
'ylit' September 10, at the Canvaeral
"hava. Iwnuato ant me band andffl District Office of the Corps of I I
'. ''wed my offlolal I ...1 at Tltua-
vIII., Hrovard County, Florida. Engineers on Merritt Island. P
'"thl Stlh (l.v of AllKliat, 1M4, '
At 2 p.m., bids Will be opened "., I,
...- CLERK!: or run'] CIR.Cl'I'r for construction of a new bridge .. "I'...'. : ., /. .' .'j. ...... .,. ....,. .. ,.. "."."... -j ,
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COVNTV, FLORIDA scrota the Haulover Canal in : \ .t.: 1; f r
!Iv,: Mary im* Va*..r \the nerth part of NASA' Merrltt .J ." i
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1. PRANK ABNKKTurnnull :: Island moon launch area and "

-Attorneys and it Law Abn..r for rebuilding the highway be'

'''ull. mi. N.w Knaland Bullilln .
tween the canal and the :
Fii.l OfflM Han 217 :
Winter Park Florida County Line five miles ,
Attorn v.' for Plainti VOIIIIa//
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: FluoridationEndorsed

by Florida State HUh Offijrflr

"Water fluoridation d.aervea a vary high prlorUy FIRST ON THE BALLOT

among the .health programs) In every community In Florda. .

: The masked reduction of tooth decay by water ,
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: fluoridation can Improve) the) dental health and total f. -

: :iealth of our future citizens at very littU cost, without 10., 1 2 3 4 5 6 T
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AND VIEWS win IMAM Coach, Change Tactics ;


'CJI Gibson High School hoiball IHInllll. more UZCenteri '
/) fans, might see trememloujfhanne """e" were NIHil' Hurtln : Mack Strom*!*, fpttlof -
( lit ffriwiye ladies, when (", Cthyl"' .. '*. "is .ire MPT- 1i\I\ ; J\m\ Ling, ophom) .rJ:
Possible First Stringers towh Hugh* Spun titian the WNC Devils open their hum tone*. Mimt of Use keys art new, U4 am* Robert! CalUwelk tnmfc
steel here !September M against 1 gel wt really seal expect' a> lot nun W).
Labor Day activities across America are becoming more"and Stuart from them thin year, however,
more popular, especially when the activities are connected there Is alway a JIM4poIIIKilNlIt, Halfbacks: Curtly Davis, jars"for '
with sports, Operating under the guidance they milllM rtcvflnn tauter" than 145; Lemmle Houdon wn; *
Listed Bv Coach Gaines Today in Indianapolis, Indiana, Bob Whiting/ a Titus- d lr new head ranch Mac Clayton w. think." inn, 165; Irvin Watts. Mphmitre ;
ville lad is attempting to ttrcT a R Fuel Dragster down a and Athletic Director Hubert 142; Robert lUrrfy, soph -
Listed the tease lads
!M are
Crouch follower nhniilj HM" Introductions :
quarter mile >strip in the National Hot Rod Association's National more, 13!*; Levi! fcriynon, innloK1U i:
William Shiver, junior, impounds )
to several Ilro'I 'peeffcroses'
17t'aqa. ;; Albert West senior, 147; ArHiur '
Coach John Gaines listed pucUtnn wa a delmnive' lair Charlie G.Uiin, also maiM l thAlUCounSy Just out of curiosity. we tried to contact Whiting\ (, Friday designed l uprvtfically: ; Raymond Omit senior, Cannon, junior, 137. *
for a panning trim. MO); James WIIUn, freshman
tentative first string defensive bicker.: list la 63. A senior afternoonv !:
and tensive( units for the Titus Off tin line, Gaines named Griffin, S'9", 219 pound! plays' about communication systems at Raceway Park are tab,\ ; Hither Purring, senior 13(1:(); Quarterback: Brown, WlIUB! (
as inefficient the who who hu ranched In
as lady answered the phone.Quiet Clayton ,
Hubert James senior
vllle Terriers Saturday morningand Tommy Edwards, right end; middle guard on defense. Left f WO. Lewis, senior, fat; James Willis,
she hollered "There's
informatively no possible I he Ft. Lauderdale
stated, "They're beginningto Rill McBride, right tackle; Don guard Stansell, operated a first U way area plus operating Tack leu: Willie King, nopho- freshman, 135; Aaron McNeil&; 1
notifying Whiting, there's no telephones in the
shape up". Teary, right guard; Bill Wood. string guard position last year, (Apparently word of Alexander GrahanBell's pit areaor football tram for the more, 2fiS; Johnny Writ, inphonmrp Nophomnra. 135
In making up the Ust, Gainoa ward, center; Don Stansc!!, left moved to the West Pain Bcaalu garages In- Cleveland 1 Recreation Popartment leiS Kelly Well,
wiWiwn' of has not reached the track ; nopho- IMIIbncki, Charlie Miller,
reminded It i Is a tentative chart guard; Charlie Griffin, left tackle area following football season, a telephone grid ) for five year said the first more, 1 I4J; Alden Knight, senior, Ju '
So. that
and can change, depending on ; and Larry Zimmerman, left then returned 1 this year and re ended that. airing quarterback H'>gln lil 165; Perk Rryunt" wiphomore, tile 175; William Diutfhtry, ten
how a certain group of boys din- end. gained a starting assignment. About the only way we'll find out it Whiting explodedthat Brown, a junior weighing Kin 135. lir. 172.
play hustle and desire during Edwards, fl'2" 175 pounds, won Stansell is 5'9", and weighs 175 great big B Furl! Dragster, won thousands! of dollars or pound is a tremendous' passer
parctice sessions. first string center for the Ter- pounds. Left end, Zimmerman Is had a flat tire trying to get there is wait until he returns and, niiiKt of the offensive attack Guard;: Johnny George, tnphit-' -
On the starting offensive unit, tiers in the 63 campaign and reeived one of two experienced!! offensive home Wednesday afternoon. will ho centered around Ms more, 1HO: Charlie Low, junioi, If you have rental,
Guinea named veteran quarter. a first string position on ends Zimmerman, 910", 155 Elimination runs for classes are being held today. throwing! ajhttltiM. Brown was 171; huller Smith, !wH',",'mon,
back Charlie Hugfjins, 6' 185 the All-County team. Edwardswas pound senior, played behintr All Lyle Lathe, strip manager at Valkarla Dragway owns the an alternate quarterback last ISO: !; John Glove*, nupluimort, housing, rist it in
pound senior to guide the Terriers switched to the end position County end Donme Gregory lust rail. It took only three weeks to construct, cost approximately,,I year, a. a sophomore' playing! 14Lawrence Calvin, aophn-
through another season.! this year for the first time. Me- year 4000. It is carrying a Hilborn fuel injection system on a :2!!>12 behind! William Lewis, 157 pound more. 149; George Gartln. inphu- The Star-Advocate!
Hugging took charge of the Terriers Bride, also a renter last year, On Gaines'!, defensive squad, he cubic in. souped to the gills Chevrolet engine/ in a Don Gar'
midway through his sophomore gained enough weight during the listed Bill Kardin, S'l" 135 pound Ills' "Swamp Rat" chassis. That 292 cubic inch was a standard
year and became Ere- summer to receive a tackle! splot. senior "monster!' man", Gary 283 before Lathe employed some boring tactics.
yard's lop quarterback last year, Weighing 190 pounds, 6'2", Hart, Rain, Ward, safeties, Wor *
heading the All-County grid list. Gaines said McBride has shown tham, Huggins, linebackers; Looking further into the Labor Day Activities! Saturday
The remainder of Huggin lots. ot hustle slntepractice began Bob Grimnm, right end; Mr and Sunday Daytona Beach held the Sports Car Club of
backfield consists of David Wardat << earning- his starting node. Bride right tackle; Tansy( middle America Division Championship Races on the International
tailback; Howard Bain, slob Right guard Toney, could have guard; Griffin, left tackle! and Speedway.
back, and Sam Worthsm all fulV- heel one 'of Brevard's finest Zimmerman, left end.
hack. Ward, 155-lb. senior, was linemen last year, but a knee Injury TItusville was well represented t here, M Dick Robson
Brevard's last entered a Sebring winner of 19H2, MGA in the Paul White-
top scorer year suffered in the second To Meet TuesdayThe
and if injuries don't develop he game of the seiMon, sidelinedhim man Race.
Is expected to make a repeat per for the remainder of the Brevard 10.. Citizens Band Rob*(>n lives near ILiulorcr" Canal and is an engineer,:' at 1
d' formance. For Bain and Worth- schedule. Gaines said his knee Radio Club will have their Cape Kennedy.
am, this will be their first yearas appears in perfect condition. monthly business meeting Tuesday Today, in Darlington{ South Carolina they're having the
offensive regulars. Bain, 1S5 Woodward, played an alternate September sat tfao Indian Southern 500. One of the most popular stock car races In the
pounds, 5'9", played defensive center position' last year and River City Fire Ilalfc U will be. south. Coming up Friday is a NASCAR 100 miler in Hickory
halfback position last year. Fullt some backfield work. The 6'1" gin at 7:30.: North Carolina, so, if you plan a tour of the south during the
back Wortham, junior, S'10", 165 180! pound senior will he a reg. All !members and anyone Interested Labor Day week, there's two suggestions! for a good! time.
pound, played some offensive ular for the first time. In joining the club are that is, if you have a desire for stock car racing ,
last year, however, his prime The Terrier's left tackle urged to attend this meeting. it

: The words, Sports and Mason ore redundant.. as far as people .
at GiLson High School are concerned
Sports means football, baseball, basketball and some
track. Mazon means a way cf doing things, in one fashion,
that can be only superb
If you're new in Titusville, the name "Maaon" will prob IS THE TIME !
I I ably mean nothing in the spwts. world. But, you ask anyone
I familiar with the North Brevard County High Schools, who
was the befit all-around athlete to graduate from this area,
I and naturally, they'll tell you' exactly what they told us, "nil( GEt
I Frank Mazon is the best.

Mazon a 6'3" 1962 graduate of Gibson/ Illgh to now nerving
r with Uncle Sam's forces In Georgia. SPECIAL SAVINGSAT
He started playing first string baseball, basketball and
football with the high school units when he was in the eighth

football, he was end, quarterback, fullback and half
; back, depending on what play was called. If it was a quarterback
keeper play, Mazon played quarterback and ran the ball
n This Week OnlyBRAKES If the play was a fullback up the center Mazon played fullback SUMMER
I If they needed someone to catch a long pau. run a touchdown I ONDOWN
In 9.9 seconds, Mjzon played end, caught the pass and
Ir 1 ran a touchdown in 0.8) second. j
Curley Edmond.wn, a coach at Gibson }High(j said Mazon
) r V Vawt. was probably the leading scorer for Gibson all four years of ;I i
s "'I ) $ 19Any his high school career He caught more passes. Intercepted j BRAND NEW
I. q more passes, gained more yardage, than any one on the squad !I
In baseball, he was a leading, hitter, with power to spare j
And in basketball competition<< M under the basket on rebounds or hitting from outside the quay '
tcr line. 64 CHEVROLETS

Although: he graduated from Gibson High two yean allot:
he' left behind a string( of records that will probably nevei j
AmericanCar k* beaten. |
Collegiate scholarship offer flowed in by the dozens
Florida A ft M offered one In fantbuJI, and one person 'aid,
Florida! A & M was one; of abort 15 colleges l! after Ala inlet -
;iC8rt friaka your car

pull left or right Our brake mechanics abilityMazon didn't take the scholarship( .,,.,.. Instead he rnto i I s

whari yciif *top. will adjust your ed the service shortly: after, graduation from high
Correct thii dangero: ,* brakes) add fluid, if N

condition A/OW/ needed and inspect brake ELECT .

linings and drums. -,.. YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER

Wendell R. C a.
Battery failures are expensive! V FAMOUS MAKE HP 9 5

Come in for a FREE BATTERY CHECK BATTERIES before you start your Vacation Trip r AS LOW AS... 6 Volt tact. SeaseCITY
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. Pege I_ Tltuivllle", (Florida) Stsr-Arlveeof Merriiy" September ', 1U4 hi "started this whole thing," diagnosis" individual
Planning Going Forward On New Mims Posloffice f
demanded the floor after Dr. Dr. Barr presented his facts '

Way's talk, angrily shouted that based upon his background of
Former Coach's FLUORIDATIONContinued the "speaker should be run out Plans for the use of larger bids, according to Mrs. James that scofl after removal to the
chemistry and medicine. He ad.
of town quarters are being made at the II Parker, Mims postmaster new location city delivery will be
Son In ( From Page 1)) Mrs. Bruner, insisted that Mr. milted that fluoride Is a poison Mims post office The site for a The new structure will be one established In Mima.Before .
when administered in
not controlled
ty Health departments and such Woerner take hit seat as he dosage, but believes that new building has been selected, story In height, and will have delivery is accomplished
groups as the Jaycees, who act would be given an opportunityto fluoridation is safe. When adjoining the Home Furniture 2879 square feet of area, as compared she said it will be necessaryfor
Stadium Fall in the public Interest after listening talk later. When he did get Company's building on the east with 1200 feet In the preyoust
in Mims to be
to only one side of the the floor, he asserted that public questioned about It causing It faces Slate Highway 46 and quarters. The building is expected all streets eliminated
apathy is demonstrated at the mental retardation or mental is 1''* blocks off U S. 1. to be erected during the named, duplicate names
Fredrick Schutz II, question.He and houses and business
of for
son a
former TUtusviBe High School brought out that, since the polls, that people just don't vote, dullness, admitted that any poison Plans for the new structure coming winter, enabling removalof buildings to be numbered.
football coach, fell through a question of fluoridation is on and that parents would not pro. has a stupefying effect when have already been drawn, and the office during next sum
vide proper fluoride treatmentsfor used in excess dosage are ready to be put out for mer.
bleacher at Drat Field today the ballot, it U a political issue.
while watching a Terrier foot As inch, no public funds shouldbe their children's teeth, there Frank Schuster saved the Mn. Parker said this week ENVELOPES Business Sizes -
ball scrimmage and sustained a used to promote it. All the fore, it was up to the city to do tempers and lightened the atmosphere "Well if this thing passes, the that most of the 690 boxes are Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp
broken collar bone. people pay the salaries of these it for them. Then asked "What after pointing the wasteof chinch bugs will have stronger now rented. She expects that all Advocate.for mailing. Full stock at Stan

Sun of Fred Schutz, assistant public servants, such as the department about the people who don't wantIt fluoridation by his quip, teeth to eat up my lawn." will .be rented this winter, and .
or it's he
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football coach here four of public health, and
replied. "That's tough, let them
ago and now a Cape Kennedy it is. misuse of the public'sfunds "
buy their water. To the
employee, Fredrick fell throughthe to spend it supporting a question
Beautiful Elke Sommer is "Is that democratic of
bleachers In front of the political Issue. Ha pointed out
co-starred with Peter Sell. fair?" he countered, "The
press box In the north stands.He that the Board of Education has
was with his father when ers in Blake Edwards'"' "A circulated a booklet put out bya always rules"Jack The Titusville Junior
Shot in the Dark at the
Larks, candidate for city
the accident! occurred at 9.20 dental association in the ratio
a.m. Both were watching (the Florida Theatre through of one to every four teithci, council from district 3, took .
United Artists release The I ,
Terriers during a closed "Labor which indoctrinates children to ctptlon to this remark and
Day" practice session. It was comedy, presented by The the addition of artificial fluorideIn pointed out that )legislating irP
not known how far the boy fell. filmed MnLsch in Corporation Color DeLuxe, was the public water supplies He dividual health by majorty rule Chamber of f Commerce
The yousstcr was taken to by said he had to go to court in was not the same as in regard ,
Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital and Panavi&ion Palm Bench County to have this to roads, zoning, taxes and other
for treatment. booklet! thrown out of the schools areas of public interest. He saidIt
and slop the Public Health office was not fair to force fluoridi
tom promoting fluorida on a minority who were
NevI CrewMember:
Nine Brevard
: tion. ed to it, and if the tables weft .
"If the health departmentwants turned some day and the pro! UNANIMOUSLY I

Firms Chartered to help children's teeth, ponents in the minority, it still
will they Investigate other waysof would not bo right

Secretary of State Tom Ad' SYDNEY, Australia (AP) supplying fluoride If fluoridation In other remarks from the ,
ama announced (the chartering of The V S. nuclear carrier Enterprise ; Is defeated? No, they nev floor, Mrs. James E. Collins : '
dine corporations in Brevard sailed today on the final er have followed up with a constructive asked why these other methodsof ", ENDORSES
County, one of which ii In TI. leg of its round.the-world trip program In Florida obtaining fluoride were not
tusville: minus seven sailors but plus an They could do as one health department Investigated by the Publi

Titusville Auto Parts, Inc, 112 >'month"old kangaroo. In New Jersey has Health Service and presented to
Broad St, Titusville, Fla., with The sailors did nut return done, and furnish fluoride tablets the public. Mrs. Bruner said
authorized stock of 1,000 shares from shore leave before the ship free to the public if they she would help see that tablets
of common at $10.00 per share, sailed are sincere In helping to prevent were provided free, 'FLUORIDATIONA
filed Aug. 26, 1004, dealing In cavitcR Watch and see what
The kangaroo, named "Neu Mrs. Larry Lucas spoke of her
Auto parts, etc. tron" by the crew, is a gift from they do," he warned. mouthful of gold crowns which
Listed as Incorporators are: Sydney's Taronga Park zoo to "One tablet added to a quart cost $1,500 and were necessary
Arthur M, Sumlin, W. A. Starl the zoo in Norfolk, Va, the En. of water will give safe controlled because of childhood fluoride ( PROJECT OF THE UNITED STATES JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE)
fog, Wayne C Sumlin, all of TI. terprise's home port Sho la due dosage to prevent cavities, treatments. Her dentist in Orlando
tysv lle. Incorporation papers) there Oct. 4. and can be administered individually advised her to eliminate f
were filed by Thomas \,. Honder- to those who believe in I
refined sugars, flour, soft
fin 1 302 South Washington. Ave. ---- --- it," he added. drinks, gum and all sweets from Of The City Water

.- If you have real estateto When challenged/ by a Jaycee, her childcrn's diet, and said not :
I cty.ot sell or if are Mr. Solomon pointed out that to have fluoride treatments be-
the difference in chlorine and
caue they reacted differently to
J.ARNOLDtfT'l' looking for choice real fluorine In the public water different body chemistry, Her

to\i\ NC t,. lSt I estate, use our classi- system was that chlorine treats sister had the same treatmentsand
1.t "'..rIH"it' the water whereat fluorine her teeth are alright One And ,
.. fied columns
treats the body. n
girl in th audience said she hud ,
-- _.- -- -- I There was 'much heckling of them and her teeth were good, '. l r I,
the speakers from the audience thus illustrating that the dosage
A La Ma rick Salon Is always near you! George Wooner who admitted needs to be controlled and the
Melbourne Cocoa Orlando Daytona Beach ------------- -------- ---
i Hopes You Will Vote ...,
1 Picas Don't Hurt My Little Boys And Girls
TlTUSVILLEt Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday .
[ Through Friday Saturday 'Til 8 p.m. This week my many little boys and girls will go gaily off to ;'.i '
school, running and skipping as Is the way with youth. They'll -
have on their pretty new dresses and new shirts and ties, boimht
especially for tho occasion and they'll bo happy and excited as : ,
I they dance up the steps of the school building "YSI1'

You motorist won't hurt them, will you? You see, I'm thfir
Paddy", When a doll Is broken or a finger cut, or a little head
S4c0EWAVE gets bumped, I can fix It. But when my little girls and boys start
to Binool, when they cross the street, then they are In your hands.
They're nice kids, They can run like deer and dart about like
chipmunks. They enjoy romping and playing. And while I try to
teach them to be careful 'at all 1 times when the 'street I TOMORROW (Tuesday September 8)PAID )
can't he along I to watch over them. Wont{;:I in't'' DRIVE? ,
FOR SCHOOL GIRLS CAREFULLY and SLOWLY pant the school and intersections _
AGE 18 AND UNDER I ed and cars please remember that children often run from behind park.

Policeman John Eads I.

Styles To Chouse From ,

I I I t * * * * .kk

Gamin. I : *

Itt.n Colt ,
Y Dlpl Do d .
B..u Catcher 1c.ROBERTFEENEY
Ang.1 Flip yb w r' .
Bo Pltp .,

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)4'' r BOB FEENEY Will Work For The Following:
comparable value, 1250complete
only Better Communication with all area wlih-tn(

$595 e' our city, am proud of past political affiliations, re

...' Encouragement in public office,'and am dedicated to bet

y en active part of good government.

Special for all Age*! !- ;;.. o .. I It
LA MAUICK LANOL COLD WAVE \ Will fairly and *"
comparable value, 23.00 9,95 t r. t people of "' Y reason for seeking the office of city coun

Complete, I I ... __w. isI I believe I can render beneficial service

NIGHT OWL SPECIAL S I* t P. M. t '!t Prud.nt ( the community.
*' *
FREE with each wave a bottl. ol La Mtrlck
All Purpose Shampoo. t Dedicate my
Retail Value . . 97c .... tion of "basic public office is a public I.ustand with this

8TH"I mind I solicit your vote." '

Stylists Prices:, Slightly "ABILITY IS OF 7' ,

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I IlIghcrit. I fI.ob UecucnCITY *: j!



Phono" AM 74545Tltutvlllo


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Council Candidates State Platforms And Answer Basic Questions I.

Each candidate hit been asked ____ ___ H

to state his or her platform In of our city." must be acconipjltihcd be few ,
to me. In order to make that d ,
I 350 word or lets and answer the 2. I propose to attempt solving Star-Advocate 8. a. A complete, pure water In closing I believe that we ciiiinii I cooperated with

following questions: this problem by an immediate supply! and adequate drainage, are all scare (hat we have a every official anti will continueto
1. If you feel there are prob. evaluation of current city: b. lewalks adjacent to the fine group of city council candidate operate with elected
TIM Vole .i 25.000 North Brorard County f BoaldonU any
hems that are not being properly
service by geographic area schools for the safety of the and I trust that the peopleof official who ha the sincet in-
solved in city government today, and then put into action a plan -- --- children and protection of the greater Titusville will do iciest of the publics welfare
what would consider these TITUJVILLI, fLORID'MONDA SIPTEMBIR 1, W4 Pace 1-R!
you !Section t
I- to bring about a balance of plan- -- molorln! their very beat to elect the very fomnoat In their minds at all
problems! ned expenditure which will a* --- c. An expanded recreational best times and those who don for-

2. Expanding on the above nearly as possible assure each always problem of manage' think that it 'is necessary that togi-thi'r an d accomplishing program for all Bet who they are saving.
question, how would you propose taxpayer of his fair share of ment and as you can t change the entire council be composedof good and great things; a city d. IUtier\ maintenance of prey Daphne Theofanidis
I rk not have to be asked to
to remedy the problem. you hat services and improvement the man, the alternate choice: i I. attorneys. businessmen and with self respect. nit street and) sidewalks
3. Are you for or against fluor to change the men and this will engineers Rather I believe' a I believe that honesty with e'. I'niteetion against olijtctlon I am fur. program of fail, Impartial have a referendum on any vital

(dating the city water system 3. My wife and I have accepted be done Some of the prob mother and housewife with my lino'* self and with others is not able toning open.minded, and eron preihlciii that the city must face "

and why what we consider sound Irma are listed above. background would provide amore a virtue to br exploited, but a oinleally sound administrative or act on because I know thai l

4. Were you for consolidation medical advice and are currently Fluoridation is not an issue in welt rounded representation way eif life It has twin our way Lewis L. Leonard government i of this "people' 1 issue, vital t 10 the welfare of I
or against it! If you were for giving our children fluoride of the titlzens In the COD of. life.I. feel I am qualified because 1
election the voters will .
this a* Ladies, soil,t gentlemen of greater the people ef ,this communltt !
it with referendum state
supplement. However I do not settle this issue by referendumon duct of our public affairs One of the greatest prob. have been politically amid l'ClInOlll .
5. Regardless of Titusville. objective plat he derided by those peer
answerto My
: your agree with forced medicationand the 8th. Having lived In the Titusville Inns, I feel Is not having!! earnedthe ally educated in this com it is the who
pip have
the above do you feel that as a result am in favor of form. is basically that of UNITY and because I peotle I
area for the past 11 years, I trust and coopi'ration of the ilinlty am a na
six and to J
I for live
consolidation Is 'working'T If fought years pay amid with the taxes
the ye or no referendum being have witnessed the growth of a people due to the lack of an exchange for a greater Titusville', Ever tlve. My three years of su
not where relations be Improved considerable cash for tied gives these hnplolenl." '
can offered the public on September spent small town. Today this town of Ideas and a misguided since consolidation the city guvrinimnt Nee on the previous city govinmeiit to them, 'I
to annexaton Let thl'l1dl'clde howouch
lawyers prevent
8th. has become a city bursting at use of public funds has been under constant lea given me a valu }
6. What do you consider the which I could see coming but I) and how willing, they
4, I, like many others living; the seams" 2. 1 would attempt to remedy uttuek able\ ant knowlecltiiiibl! expiiiiiee \ i:
are to get what they wantcontlniiid .
most pressing needs of Titus two state senator beat UN They !
outside of the city at the time of which ini other candidate
villa today. Please IM five were Stenstrom and Parrish I am deeply concerned and this situation with a bittir s\s' Sum of (11Il'8' attaik had On rl.. !B1
consolidation desirous of claim
were can
5 Annexation is working as the aware of the many problems confronting tern of communication through foundation but many did nut\ |
services for the good of our I have fought for what .
District 1 people have no choice. We are us hire In Titusville 'the media of the press, rain Consolidation could have \bun a ',1I.ICr
health protection and safety right, just and vital to the In '
getting the chance to prove that Our needs arc and must and public meeting far tnoiikh sound move tu unite ua, however ,
which could be afforded many
only us
crests of all the citizen, not
death and taxes are inescapable, be met with a Yommon sense" in advance so that constructive It was handled very crudilyand l ARNbLD,
affiliation with ,
J. ArnoldAs by a city Just a chosen few, I acted, In- I
George could be .
If the city officials would let approach, I would work for an encouraged very Impersonally We lost ,
therefore I In favor of WOMCIV WIT !
wa con eh'pi'lull'idly, In t'vI'ryI.t'llIion CITY ,
up on acting like children and adequate water and sewerage 3. Until this city hiis a complite the unity we should have had I )
councilman District t'
your city tolidationJ thai had to I b. mad and thin I 'tftot
stop calling us South Titusvilleand program for all the area I would water system throughout and alxo lost one of Tltusvllle MY., "
one at large I will supportthe Yes, I think that consolidation the area and can otter a only booed on the facts present*'d\ I
to pure
meet the of
try people work with diligence for a program greatest assets it t home town .. .. -- -- -
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effort necessary to keep the has proven its value to Indian River City Whisper for sidewalks for our children rust free water lo Its reddenht, slate sinatorThese -

public informed on city council the majority however I feel Hills and South Lake as equals (who are without bus trans I can see nn rrawn for attemptIng |' IOSNIS have btcn I

decisions and plan I also will that only after a fair distribution it might be forgotten. As of portatlon) to reach their respect'ire J tu Introduce a water fluoririnlion mny
inevitable! but In this aita. of LOST MISPLACEDLast
welcome and encourage public (as stated above) of city scr now don't give them a chanceto schools, with the greatest program It has only std I Iexl or

participation In this cityi administration vices has been effected will vote on it as Tituiville would concern for their safety as well to an existing stale of eon great space ece-ompllxlimcnt nur iI i

I will sponsor the full benefit be recognized. again be a village. a* for the protection of the motorlxt fusion greatest: l effoit must be let untie'! I

this action in an effort to give 6 (a) The Improvement of The pressing need of Titus I will protect the homeowner 4, To my knowlidkP. no will and slimy together April the Projector at the First f

this cities government back to water and sewer systems to a ville 1, public relations. 2. against objectionable' planned proitram was offered We have outstanding organ) Presbyterian Church was usod, and it teems
all of the people rather than level necessary to protect the school crossing guards (paid) toning, be budget minded and solving the problems ronsollilallon .
rutmns and clubs in our elty that it has been returned. The church
leave control to the mmoiity health of city residents at dangerous intersections. 3. have !pocket book comern I shall would prrlt'lI1'ht'\ rush never

As your city councilman my (b) An immediately expanded water In those area not serviced work for a well planned recre act action taken at that time which In develop aie, continually in 11urdl'rly hilplnxus n MInir wilj bo needing this during the Fall and

interest in making Titusvilla a youth recreation and park program 4. A recreation centerS atlonal program for all could only produce! doubt, I was Winter
lfa' \ get Ix'hind Uiese uigiiiilzutlons Season
city in which people will want change in city management I would encourage people to against: consolidation !

to live on a permanent basis and (c) The establishment of an not only como lo TlUueville, but, 1, Consolidation may be working .
I know we have sonic ladleileh Information' is desired regarding this
raise their families will moll adequate street maintenance Ann belle FinnIt to remain hire In Tltusvlllo by for some, but not for all Now
vale my support of the following dept. being roneerm'd with their wed, that consolidation I I. a "fait". It 'mi'tils here In Titusville, but projector. Anyone knowing of its present
\ J.. time for I new look in dill I maintain that this I II a
programs: (d) Elimination of specula (And my concern would not only must be made to work or this whereabout is asked to telephone the
L An immediately expanded live spot zoning City Government Many of the include! their "material needs I city cannot move forward A w Mime cityI

youth recreation and parks (e) Greater city participationin candidates seeking office occupy would like to be a part of a true evaluation of the problem I notice our comic'llmen being church office or Rev Chas Bates, or Mr.

program. the effort to bring Industryto tons positions In business and profes great! tidy A city with beauty; a in each area I II necessary and very t an'ful In their dielslem' Carl Boyd.

2, The establishment of an our city as a mean of stabl- ._ In our_ community, I do nut city with a proud people. working coordination of these problems maybe mine so now, than ever
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adequate street maintenance department ruing our work force I.

3. Increased city employee Millard W. FinchI

wage am an 16.year resident of
4. The establishment of
Indian River City and I am in
city employee position guide
no way satisfied with the pre.
and a subsequent evaluation of is
sent city government. It
current to determine
employees top heavy and inefficient The
their qualifications engineering department doesn't

5. Greater city participation seem to be able to do the work
in the effort to bring new bus!
a* every time a problem arisesan .. .
ness to our city through the establishment out of town firm i Is called in

of city industrial to the work Our streets are '!, .

|.arks. in a deplorable condition. In (

a. Elimination of speculativespot fact they were better maintain HONEST .

coning, and a respect for ed when the county did it. I

r' the people of this city who haveto The fire department is over

continuously fight to maintain equipped and underpaid, The "

the residential statue of their police department is a play- DEDICATED

ncighboi hoods, such as Whlupcr thing of the city manager, underpaid t' I

I' Ing Hills and politically afraid to ,

T. Elimination of costly enforce the law It should be

planning studies such as recreation returned to the chief. The '
1'(', needs, water needs, expanded fire department and police de- FORESIGHTED r" .'

street requirements. etc puitment should be civil service .
for purely attempted public appeastmcnt so that they would have some ,

and instead put job security I .
money and interest 01 projects I have the time and intention : \ "

on a priority basis as funds are to do the job of city councilman I'i "

available a* it should be done A* your \. 'I)!; :' ,
Questions representative I will want to ; 't
I. The most serious f J .
problem know that these department : .

faring us today and the on* are operated efficiently and ; .... .:1"1'
.. ,_ ... Jr! _
showing absolutely no trend of that what ii' ,., .
you get you are paying '"n, ,' "
Improvement ii; "5n equitable for I will be available to ,

distribution of the city Improvement anyone at any time to hear their it 'j.

and expansion funds exptndituie complaint and desires Problems ,I t : >

to all geographic areas in city government are


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We'll make a little offer todayIt writer wa the heavyweight on n

won'I be too little an offer the committee appointed to study

really It will be I very big of. redistricting e
fer as far as we are concerned i iF
In fact it will be a $1.Olio reward 3 If you can prove that Inert
offer was NOT an article listing all !
member of the re'iis. ..rifting
And I j It| is being offered to any committee printed in the Star. VOTE FOR ,

one. including W. S .Garry, Mr AttooealeTM, ,,
&'hulti. dl'lInry.brJr Charlie
Cruinpton. George Barley, lob ""'sheet brag about the ,

Keener. lit You Chan Yang S. tnrth. Then this writer call on

Harris. A. Uncota, A Huxley .*, of the above named men-

any member of the John Birch or anyone rhw-lo prove the

!VwMjr Kki Kktx Man. "We're troth of time statement

For America Committee or anyone Of roars. we realize that Mr.

else Gamy Ml town Came on back

We make tM offer to ....... Ml, w*'re nnt iota to We an InJunction 1 1t'

people moat t of whom were IMH pint. ymW .

la! "Bf*,ar4s Largest MctttiAn< t'
iMnt rfMr he "MUNrIWreps
Dual. which! you niigJrt. have re. ..
r MIM. to feet ?, 11.4autkmag "
retted over the weekend to .:e with It.Bat .
We make this otter to the** GEORGE J. ARNOLD
pmpfe .laud to ad pro- w did l acres* MM aster of

pie who can prove awn of the man who dM. rfMtr it lei

the ..at...... ...
.Mnely Hw .man who. .rofMrtd. 0r

1. If you CM "pro"** tt tM. pan .... N. Mm) *. .lose M.IT I : DISTRICT 1
vrfter k4 .ataag I to do *.** that Mats**.

any total pim. .eaters lo "fake So. e m. en lack lo TftoavM.
ner" the same "M'Hrt Wrapper Ml We .oMrt wat to be rem I (Ptf Pet A4v i

." >*.mlblf. for jriwr .Iravtog.

2. If you nil prune Out this then, TO K-r-ixl 1 thought'




. >.. Tltuivttlt (Florida) Star Advocate Monday Saptambar 7, "'4I' state how I am voting on It because log the tax load off of the homeowners health and safety and examine: make the right choice,
---- ----- I would be abusing the their wholehearted! and enthusiastic 1. City Government Problemsa

ive study and understanding of prudent\ administration of our Australian Ballot (secret ballot) J. 1 believe that fiuoridatwn endorsement Community relation sad
every Issue oa whlcs I win have city government; the g.vw which we have so- dearly cherished -' of the piAlto water wpply wilt 4. IOIlS definitely for conottdatton. informing the puWie.!
Platforms to vote. I assure you mj every meat tint touches you most I in America. make us out own Inheritor! : aid, The benefit! of genlolidation b, Conflict X interest by City
action will\ always be In the best received) a Bachelor of Arts de 4. Consolidation in my opinIon beneficiaries of an ultra.low are becoming evident. official and<5 employees

interest of all the citizen of our gree in Political Science from was not the l issue in itself, cost Insurance policy. This policy The recent bond issue will pro 3. a. I believe that the present
> (Continued From IB shown'
Page ) the
proper way, they community the University of Iowa in 1949, it was the method employed I ia fluoridation. Many agnostic vide the IRC area with much city.. government does not have
I know the TituavUle area be. would have eventually come up 1. Poor appearance of private coupled with a well balanced opposed. The many people appearing and sectarian would have us needed utility improvement', provided Ute oafMcnce of the community.
c use I was born here I know with a solution. X think the and public property, zoning regulations work history of management, before the committee in believe that fluoridation, should that some of my opponents no appointed groin caa and the
t 3 people because) 1 care, andundl'rat.nd city should have waited some streets and traffic problems purchasing and contract administration Tallahassee exercising their be at the discretion of each par. do not further" impede this election will partially solve this
I the problems, be- what until enough of the peopleapprovt'd. efficient basic city servicesto at the Cape. I feel that right to petition, wore ignored ent. Look around. Is every progress. problem. The rest of the solution
c uw I face them every day Just Where are we now? all citizens, Jack of unity this qualifies me for the City and subsequently denied their parent a registered voter Do 9. It i Is evident that the rewards lies in maintaining touch with
It will take while to .
1 i e the rest of the people do. quite a among elected and hired personnel Council I live with my wife right to vote. they vote regularly If you of consolidation will be- the community being aware of
I am willing to give my timed gain back, confidence lost. serving the city, diversified Collette, and six children. in 9. Consolidation ia not work can answer yes to these questions come more and more evident to their needs and desires and
B experience to help continue 5, Consolidation is not work- recreation and park facilities Whispering Hills, where I have ing properly. Because the then the only appeal that the people of Titusville as time abolishing all secret council
I it titar toward. an orderly and Ing, only the people can make it 2. Enforce oid and create new resided since: 1939. Prior to majority of people lack confidence fluoridation of the city water goes on. meeting

N und, progressive government./ work It will require I willingness ordinances pertaining to Improvement consolidation, I WM elected to in their city government supply could have would be its 6, The pressing need are: b. No city official or city
I will appreciate: each and every of the city officials to cooperate of appearance of private the Council of Whispering Hills for many reasons of confusion reduced cost by virtue of vol (a) utility expansion. employee should b. allowed to

Wile I get, regardless of the outline with the people, and and public property, maintain and subsequently elected President ..> until new council members are ume. This however i I. not true. (b) drainage maintain a position/ where personal
of the race. I earnestly the community to cooperatewith strict toning regulationsthat by the council and served elected who truly believe a public The apathy displayed by the (c) streets, sidewalk and affairs or outside job would
solicit a vote for the bettermentof t the city. Frankly, It will protect everyone's. Interestsas in that office is a public trust parents toward exercising their proper street lighting. create a conflict of interest with
capacity until the town
Tituaville. take a hard sell by the right fairly as possible, allow no was annexed to Titusville. As 6. The pressing needs of right to vote Is appalling thus, (d) improved recreation facilities regard to vote job performanceor
people. speculative zoning, undertake the Titusville today what sort of diligence could be Including personal gain.
Ana wen! president of the council I are; a first class civic
a, (a) Improvement of the old Improvement of existing streets, spearheaded from them to performon
expected center. fluoridation
A. Prudent administra 3. I am against by
1. The biggest problem the better maintenance and the fight for your rightto city
city face la to gain back roada, and building more and streets attract better qualified vote on the consolidation tion. a daily basis? (/e) a feasible bulkhead line on government edict for two reasons
the trust and operation of the better constructed made personnel to work for city on a issue My platform ia as follow B. Street and side walk pro Many bigots! and religious fan the presently business-zoned the cost of installing and
(b) A livable tax base. Con bottled
atics would recommend property without encroachmentor maintaining such a system Is not
people. Secondly, the people 1. Will overall gram
commensurate scale start work for an
trolling the assessments and the kelp juice or to go out In the damage to the justified at this time and there
should be asked what they want to work on acquiring land for street and side walk C. Adequate water and sewerage present restricted
mlllage, as well.c program fields and graze like cattle. Our residential exists a large group of citizens
and not just told. parks and recreational facil 2. Will work for an adequateoverall \ program. area.
( ) A better presentation of D. Establishment of adequate neighboring cities of Orlando who do not desire fluoridation at
2. I would remedy this ities. water and an
problem to sewerage proj and the benefits Jack all and to roughshod
facilities to encourage people civic center. Cocoa are enjoying LarksIn run over
by working actively with move here and to keep present 3. Yes In my personal opinion gram. | of. fluoridation now. What these people Is a violation of
E. -
variout group uf Interested cJU- owners of property, here. fluoridation of the water system 3. Will fight! for: the establish? Proper zoning and planning are we going to do? We are our sudden growth we have their right In the name of the
ten who an willing. help sell provides dental health benefitto ment of an adequate civic cen lost sight of the true meaning of for the
(d) A tot more doing, and a a pledged to. scientific progress. most good greatest number
TltviiviUe bask lit. the people. lot less talk of doing. children I am convinced that ter. Tom GrusenmeyerMy Let' accept scientific fact. city government that of representing .
Also, I by>> holding hearings. that no one's health will be endangered 4. Will work for proper zoning the people who make that
who Questions: 4 I was very much favor of
(e) People are willingto
will enlighten the people on the give of themselves to better by fluoridation. As It shouldbe and planning convenant to the people of 1. The exUnilcn of utilities government possible by their a referendum on consolidation
facts and figures. The meetings &- community relations. voters have tbe opportunityto 9. Will work for a prudent administration Titusville: to all parts of the city has not consent and their taxes Forcing and as individual would have
must be held la a large enough express their conviction on the la city government. 1. Service my seat on the progressed to the degree that la laws and ordinances upon the voted for it. The lack of an opportunity .
area to see that the roo Glenn Young Issue by voting September 8th. 1. I feel the biggest problem city council will be easily recognized needed. I will press for this community In the name of the to express a free choiceis
has gotten across. If an auditorium 4. For consolidation refer in lethe greatest good for the
sage by our city government today by my briskness, extension as rapidly a* possible.My greatest the basic issue here
ia not large enough, I am scc.-.lng election to City endum only. lack of communication with alertness and zeal. experience convinces me number la Incompatiblo with our 3. Consolidation Is far from the
then hold more meetings Council as an Independent candidate 5. Yes, consolidation la work the people which: has resultedIn 2. Stabilize taxes How[ have that we are embarking on seri ideal of concern for individual huge success that its proponents
3. I ant, for the election being who Is dedicated to good ing but the unification of our mistrust, suspicion and a my opponents proposed to stabi ous drainage problems. We need rights. predicted it would be. The com
held on fluoridation, and for government for our community community must be accomplished general lack of confidence flue taxes? They haven't. This better street lighting, Improved Since a true democracy where munity still thinks of Itself as
whatever the outcome\ My desire to serve on the City In the minds and heartsof 2. Publicize all actions and it what I will do. I propose recreation facilites and a first each citizen votes on every ques separate segments and except
4. T believe that probably some the citizens. Elected city officials tion ia almost
Council la sincere. The sole reason to see that the riverfront proper class civic center. an Impossibility, for a few street lights and fire
sort of consolidated city was a for must be dedicated to impartial government from Howard southto honest representation la the best
wanting to serve Is to ty Johnson' 2. I support the present hydrants the only benefits they ,
must for the orderly growth of give true honest representation service to the entire available, Utilize the various the south city limits has bond Issue program for utility method. It I la therefore( to the can see are additional taxes.

this area but only if the plan to every citizen In the best In community civic organizations and form every chance of developing intoa expansion with no increase In best interest of the community An educational program, enlisting ,

was workable, well planned and tereatof/ the community as a new committees if necessary and tremendous motel area, to property taxes. Recreation improvement that elected ofliciais be divorcedof the aid of civic leaders in ,
well presented to the people for whole.I District 3 in general encourage all the peo serve the potential tourism that and other needs can special Interests, special pro.jectl each district of the city. Is need- ,
their approval. It was no small firmly believe that basic plo la. this city: ) to take an active is coming to !this area. NASA be met from the increased revenue or personal benefits to be ed to show how consolidation ,
item, that it should, have been city services such as water, Robert F. purt in their government. It Is has already appropriated over from the city' rapid derived from the office hclj.;! For can work and the benefits to be ;
shoved on the people, so suddenly sewage/ police and fire protect. part of our American tradition $1 million for the constructionof business growth This can also the first time in many years the derived from It. A project which 1
I have a lot more confidence ion, etc have top priority over I am seekingelection' to the to work things out together a tourist/ information center be done without increasing pro people of. Titusville have a clear the entire city could participateIn
in the peoplo than was other expenditures of our tax City Council from District 3, 3. Fluoridation has been appropriately at the junction of U. S. 1 and perty taxes choice honest, fair, unbiased and benefit from, such as the .
shown by most t of those who in dollars. Every citfaen must bo Whispering Hills ares, becauseof referred to the electorate : SR 50. NASA estimates 10,000 3. I favor it and my reasons offer representation of such as I have to civic: auditorium, would aid In ;I
stigated the program. I believe afforded these services equally my profound Interest in government for approval or rejectionand visitors per day to the facility. have been fearlessly and con a continuation of goo eliminating sectional antagonIsms -

that people know what li and as quickly III possible. and my nalural concern In my judgment it would Where are they going to stay? stantly expressed. Who are the ernment a chosen and few.policies This that Is benefit I J'

good for them, and if they were I pledge: honesty and exhaust in the proper. growth and ba unwise for m. U a citizen to Will they stay at Cocoa Cocoa people againnt fluoridation Are vital and crucial election a in very our 6. a. Honest, unbiased, impartial '
-- -------- -- -- --- --- t Beach or here In Titusville? If they interested In the health o( community we will be judged city goNcinment. (Ih jI.

we provide the facilities, they our families and our children by the caliber and competence of !I. A civic auditorium,
will stay here thus increasingour I say, No. Look at the professional -" our elected officials and I hope c. A more adequate traffic ays- ,
IS THIS CONFLICT OF tax income and thereby tak I
INTEREST? --- --- -- -- ------people-- responsible. for ouf the Titusville community will (Continued---On-_.Page--3B)

Dental Society

Slates, Speakers The firm of Black, Crow and Eidsness are con. announdng I

Agroup of'thpeakers, headed by '" Ii
Dr. A. P. Blark professor of chemistry suiting Engineers to the City of Titusville.
at the University of Florida
iI' will spotlight the question of fluori: They will receive approximately $100,000.00 /'tf I
dation of Tampa's water supply at

borough a special County meeting Dental of the Society Hills-tonight from the controversial $4,185,000.00 Bond Is. YOUR NEW AUTHORIZED I: ; ,\ '., }

Others to speak are Dr. Floyd sue. This Bond I Issue in part covers sewer and 4' t
DeCamp, director of dental health, ZENITH
of and sanitary II. Lee, director engineering of the, State bureau water lines to Royal Oak Development Co. Black, I I

Board According of Health.to Dr R. B. Hughlett, Crow and Eidsness also I represented Royal I Oak TV

president of the dental society, the
meeting aimed at pushing fluorl- Development I Co.
dilation here, "II nee fluorldl/atlon
Is probably the most significant DEALER
advance In public health: in 23 Who Introduced Fluoridation?
years" //
It will begin at 8 o'clock tonight: BEN LEWIS'
at the L. M. Anderson Dental
Supply Co., 102 Madison St.

S. T. R. genuine HANDCRAFTED quality!

TAMPA FLORIDA-November 19 1951-At the meeting of the Hlllsborough County Dental Society. Dr Edward ---
L. Flynn requested that DR. BLACK answer three questions.

No. 1 Dr. Black I la it true that your son Charles A. Black la president of the BLACK LABORATORIES INC. -

of Gainesville Florida? Dr. Black replied "YES".

No. 2 Is hit wife Lillian V. Black vie president? Dr. Black replied "YES". ,
) featuring .
No. 3 Do Ihe BLACK LABORATORIES INC. SUPPLY plans, specification and fluorldlslng .qulpment to COLOR

the cities? Dr. Black replied "YES".

The Following Is Included In ALL +

SLACK, now: ....ANO. ".. CIOSNCSCi 111' k CH-io* C Wrt H>. M 14 T,< .. M43 I Color & Black & White T.V. Sales: 1
sues teas' a IIOIMII see e itu
/ I i CN3INCCAS: : i IH r 11..01.
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......? n.u. .. a ...-. us s.e ... 15,550; ; J'f, 33 w., :...: ... :rt 7H::
...... ........e.. .. a re. 03.. s.s-seas lies a., '4.,1"11, PI et .. . 'IIH'' DELIVERY AND FINAL ADJUSTMENT. THC CLAYTON
..... ......... ., .. I Smart Modal S213
t DEGAUSSING IN YOUR HOME. contemporary console ityllnf
I In f/alnad Walnut color or 'In rained.
90 DAY FREE SERVICE.: NaAoganycia.





Who Will Gain Most By Fluoridation? We Service vr.ntpr "'UP; TO ,

4., t What We SellAuthorized

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Monday,_$.....'. 7, '1944_ Titwsvlll (FUrUa) $f... Advetat hp -. s. Is Con Iilatlon'orKin..:" R Waldinn, B Tones: ifn'rnoon'' Stout: afternoon: R. Kfngmiilf;

C n_olldalion lake time, tike tin- Pink Lady Schedule AI JPH W Wholen, d I Sin Mi,.Inn evening A .l.u. 'ks.,m, R W'I4I:" Wa r>*f j,

celved. Now If this were passed old Model A Ford da\s How fast! : S. BulonKi, M spiurs, T B. Bell M. MAntwfonvB. bill' 9,
I 1 would not be utile to controlthe ..t progress II only how well wf Pink Lad Schedule tar t Jrs l Wilt I Sept. 9 Morning: M E, Sat Sept, 12 Morning: D"X":
PlatformsContinued percentage of fluoride my accept our NtpoMlllk)' .* a Parrish Memorial Hospital week Busbv; afternoon: K. Goethe. K Snowden, t' Oliver. ,t: JohnnonjJ
children needed The water department co mm unity. We MIMI ghort lent of 9pt 8.12. is as follow Olenmi' Friday Sept 11 Morning: D <.v<'nine I I. RonhI J i
has had problems recently backbone ajajvernMein leajflMra Monday Sept! 1 Morning MMMMJT \ Thursday. Sept 10 Morning: -- -- "

( From Page 28)) voter things such as improvedwater on the amount of chlorine who dent have ouMMe. Iftt..... M B Btwbv: after .- -- -- -- .
roads sidewalk, sewage that went In the water This la C a. weption feajawwa. ....) M Lnog. G Sellers: eve- asluatra\otirst IU'. .1I1'IIIIIIMl1C INTKVTIOX TO MONEY I !
tern including streets, road and facilities and better community why I question the addition of facilities and MteK M Willis. ,1.1 Wilson In .ompllnn.T with H"".- Hill ,
b. Better water
control planning, government wise tuesday SIIpt 8 Morning K Nil 'im' Chupler; Sunn U;i 1sM1,1, _
fluoride L*..w of riorlili ArU i of 1141 i lbr
better service b the departmentc
d. A larger more adequatecity These are the things that make > Young L. PvMtt, F, Tiitcn, after mHttnlmir I will... ranlnler will th.. For Extra FastSERVICE. BORROW PAYMINTIS0.a0
4. I felt consolidation was Better route to drive In Clark of ihi ('Ir 'ull i-"un In mvnM ,. $
library M I. Krai. F Thompnon. ,, .tn:
good Mton '
up a responsible government I ciuuu FlnrliU upon t. : :
bound to back In 196S, In major areas $300.00
come .
An of of publl..llou .r j
e ocean beach ilpl uritif
This Is the time for C Thompson; evening B 1\1..111-
you that our needs were accumulal- d. Sidewalk this miller. the tollewtnSi.lluaur TC7 lom Up T* $600v $450,00 $2602'
a. a good citizen, to voice your program !ann P. Filer\ J. llonkms MUM to wll FlnrliU Al I. AnCrfflli $600.00 $34.1
Thomas LookabaughFirst Ing at a rapid pace Whca the e. Redevelopment and cleanup Wed 9 Moinmg M .FDtwby under; vtllih:: we me eMMl Phone 267.4331
by going out to vote In bus) l tuition KlvCity
1. a. Lack of maintenance of a Information came around, my original of the downtown art*. ; afternoon: K Bathe. K. Florida I .arena and I inm. ihr un.le,' PAY BILLS TAXES, REPAIRS. ETC,. .
of all I want to thank the thought was for consolid In
Star-Advocate for the better water department with alien, but with referendum, all (Glerurn i.rrnl'irl" said|| bs.araLOsumi Southern
opportunityto qualified a Thursday l Sept 10 Morning: it Tlluivlll*. KalianIhlli Loan Company
present my views and platform personnel I do not believe in forcing a major LEGAL PADS S., Supply 35c Nib i day ot AutuM A I> ,11I4.
H. Walling, B. Mjthiwm. VFiler a.: i. VVumlK '
b Too much talk and too Issue like this on anyone each at Star-Advocate Office. <' Itubunln 344 S, WASHINGTON AVI LL +

My platform Is based on the little action concerning our recreation .-- --. -J.-Husking, ._AUK, si, "'pi,7: 14, a I (Man_i iw-4_. .. i
needs of the people. I believe I facilities for the children TUB NINTH JIDICIAL. C1KtllT (
a greater
I c. Poor notification of rezoning COl'NTY FLORIDA QUANTITY RIGHT RESERVED /y
people as am in contact with tHAN IIhlfl,10Derwin:
i ,
the average man in my dally property RIFFOKU .IIW.Itn'P: wwn. .
work. I am just an ordinary man 2 a, Hire a qualified person ...... Pl.lntlffGLURT GRADE "A" 'u.rnilN nnranon.Inc' '... .y d '
have all of water areas checkedfor .
trying to serve my community JEAN SMITH .
pot.lldanl I Iigpne'a .:; 'mHri.t : ;: r '; ;
in the best way possible. purity then force the water
TO: GLOB JEAN: UMITHKnlilrfiiMt .n
The major part of my platform department to comply by the tiknown ,;'d QUICKFROZEN /. ;
Health Department YOU AH*. HFRfcHV NOTIFIKribit : u SAVE i !
Is recommendatlon ,
concerned with unity. If we ( a Illll: of tomplilnl" tot PIT a f I t '' i
have unity we will have better t nr.e kM been fllrd: alelnat I you, r j
government and can better meet b Get busy and either purchase lOp and)' you.' your.r. required An w.. or 10 phidui a.rva. a '

the needs of the average person. or get donated land for In Plllntlffi.ih. Bill Attorney of tomplilnt. tIRORC.E on thi BA1HTH .
Unity is a necessity in all recreational purposes make It P. U Row 217. Uolbourn: !
Florida ,mut m. the oriental Ai
areas of Titusville in order that a community affair ewer or pl.ad''a' In Iho uffli* ot
the leaders of c Require that letters be the rirrk or the Circuit<< ('ou" on
our community or b.to. Ikt :261.h day ol Drill FRYER .
can progress In the most positive sent to properly owners within ember, 1W! -
full la do o. JudimrnlB ''lu >
If you I 1 Ii:
direction 1000 feet of
A divided communitywill property to be rezoned d.r..11 will bo I.ken .1I.ln.
only lead toward feelings yon fur Ih. .1I.r demanded In Ih
Hili or Complains.DONE .
Better government is government 3, I feel this Is a question the : ANI "OROPRKDtuivlll at TI n
., IS....... aunty. Florid.
by the people and for the voters are going to have to an thin SI"I dry of Auiunl, 1IM I'!
people. Now is the time to bring ewer September I. I have read (CIRCIIT: Tf'TR1; ":AH:* t "
the government back to the peo very deeply on this subject both Clerk of llnuit court 5 Iktlll ,
V Hp.nikr '
pie pro and con I have In the past D:p.nv Clwk '
In conclusion the Immediate purchased fluoride drops! for my OFORCIF K AIRTH .
needs of you the people! are children. I wouid control the a- P Allornry, O Box fir 215 t Ulnllff ,
within the visibility of every mount of fluoride children Melbourne Florida .
my re AUK .4 31. $.pl. T. 14 (Mont 1M4; ii
OR 5 j. 1 1a

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REG. tj


All White Fresh Florida

LB. M11J -:

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sy oa

t BEEF LIVERpR"UMx105 Lb. 39; ;


.. EXTH a 2 89' :

Fi \ :
a ONI PIttfcfc >" p.....:.rq.'"lssow Pears' '; 2 i*.. 39 D0Z' 1
; ':u' O/O/Uf .

'i t4 OoosTrou Cake /e:":awua89drw: RIG 99c: SOUTHERN Stilt FROZ DEVILED i

,: L' '_.. .Nrw..2 Crabs Pkg, of 5 Crabs 69'r

EX.TR ra

TOP VALUE.STAMPS Dough Pkg of 3 Loovtl 49 s r : I

Here's George Barley's ProgramFor ., ti O"r._ni...,"...u leas WEfT & IUICY 1 .. II.I
Steaks 69'
1 r el .a f"au /a.rarara IoM NectarinesTOP 2Lb:39'1 +. i, I I

or ..." WO_..... /
A Better Titusville h j

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STRONG NEW RECREATION PROGRAM: Tiiuaviii. appropriates .. re w lnea P\CJ ,. ;TH::ea ... :
less than $10.000 per year for recreation. whIle Melbourne' and Eau Gall!. apend mor.than CM.. .HP ,.I POT"TO Lk' Kt "Salad*"(
Bites 111)0 :
$100000 in this field. We need to do far more for recreation within our presenttax O.JO T"." 4(......i" II" .*... TMII" ....,.>.i* la'" C 0 R N .

atructure. Sa' "*" II axe M". ....- 44 L.r A er ... wow...,. .1L :

NEW PARKS AND PLAYGROUNDS: Hundreds of our children are r :

playing in the streeta of our subdivisions. We must launch a priority program to obtain. E7ECTf IEXTII

by donation where possible, downs of new parka and playgrounds. Other cities have I TOP VALUE E STAMPS I I TOP_ V.AL.'t' STAMPSf ;

don. this why not Titusville .. .. .
rWp" r 'tVM I. >
f TAD', *V BL",10BolognU 10 59
A NEW CIVIC CENTER with Civic ti 59 BttfTr: i" Ears ;
: Now la the ahead
time to push a
4Lo r... t.rronu 'I I .u ,... ....,..... Uru :
Center designed to attract cultural program. provide auditorium convention facilities 1
craft end hobby facilities, and recreational activities. .. AN' 4.'WN..... .S I .. ..,wow..... .'

A NEW TEEN TOWN: The Teen Town in Indicn River City attracts Z Z

young people: from all over our City but they are greatly over-crowded. They have '-+' pLlli j Ulin ieE'xb. I" I. IYV1"1, 1 IlWI."'"7RalaI a'lrm 1HII.'lJllllifi' ;

raised money for their own building and they need aggressive City Council and Community .
support in obtaining donated land. :
I PEG 2/39< ; I :

.any, MENTS
: We must encourage more attractive subdivision development with more

era, fewer open drainage ditches, and bet er subdivision design. DELMONTE .. Thrifty Maid j :

I EXPANSION OF SIDEWALKS: Our children's live. are at slake and \l APPLE ; t
1 1if
we must move ahead quickly In a sensible businesslike way lo get our school children m
off arterial streets in all areas of the c Ity before its too late. j :?

EXPANSION OF WATER AND SEWER: Ou present tyatem must j %iHAMBURGER; r JUice t'I :!

be expanded In a fair equitable fashion to p- "ld. these services for Indian River City.

Whispering Hills, and the other aral of th s old and new city.
Catsup or WIENERBUNS + j

BETTER DRAINAGE: We need to ((1)I) Correct existing drainage problemsand A

((2)) launch priority program with County and laad-owner participation lo provide I lu1 g

I an overall primary drainage system fir area In the path of growth. .

TIGHTER ZONING REGULATIONS: Good soni.9 practices will 14-01. 15 I 32.01.19"

make this community more attractive and preserve real estate .al..... We must encourage EOT. 2..Rel.. Z9r 12'lell 23.1 !

more attractive growth and development within the framework of GoU r preeeat Pock Peck i

,ironing map. Z

*The GREATER people of this CITIZEN town want to PARTICIPATION particlpatt U their government IN GOVERNMENT, and I will encourage: -'i: "ta.. .r........ rFs. ." ... ,4/rN, ,, ? ... _,p..t .,' ,.. ___ ,......... _.din .........., .......' ..... .......- er::

I those who are Interested by the formation of Citlten's Committees lo advise' the Council

1 j on complex issues. ''' '' ':II ..


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(fly Council, DIs!. 5'M qw l I p rlzing91b. il. ;

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:V," VVV rl We Agreed With You ''George

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... ,'''c. f ;L A $0,000.00 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0i -' ',

LcI'' J.. r : ... that the water and sewer lines should run down State Road 405 (and you know this!!) because .
i:;: s ; 1<1. ;;i ; : it t would better serve our subdivision' and save us a great deal of money in distribution 4 .4 :I:
go'' !r.-. Of'Gf' "" (GARBAGE i A Ci E DUMPJ p, and collection lines. '

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"i No. I. Sept. 23. 1963. Raymond C. Wlnstead. Jr. appraised the 10- ...
::: ac; HOWEVER, Mr. Charles Black, city consulting engineer, said that in the city's' best interest, '
.,. V dump sUe at $$3.000.00 per acre: minus $$2100.00 per r acre: reclam V
V .
L ;:' ;. :.I, "ic V V VV V tlon coal to put the) property in usable condition. the lines should go down BARNA AVENUE to serve not ONLY Royal Oaks but the Indian River -4'-:1r-' : -,
:. TOTAL VALUE PER ACRE, $$900.00 City area as well. :. j

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4 V No. 2.. Jan.. 1964, Alvin R. Schneider MAl appraised the 10-acre dun We agreed to the Barna Avenue route, BUT ONLY because we are desperate for sewer and V I ,

; sUe at $$4500.00. The property covered by this appraisal will7 b water to expedite the devlopment of a multi-million. dollar residential subdivision and d golf V X1 l

Jte% V limited in use due to previous land use. and country club. 7V77 I
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V a. V V No. 3 3. January 1964.Mr.. James J.Bettes SRA appraised the 10-acre dill1'I'- I V V
a: site at $500000.. "Your .appraisal necessarily has. kept in mind th. V __ ,
V V s
I V the subject property being filled land, would not be usable It 10 toV OAK WOULD BE GETTING THESE UTILITIES FOR A MINIMUM OF $$55,795.00, BUT W '% ,\ :' i
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residential purposes% without considerable grading etc: And eve v> '
V ,,, V after time had been allowed for stabilisation, many. lending!In a astitutions WHAT YOU DIDN'T' TELL THE PUBLIC ,1 I ''t :
would not .approve the site for loans." ,

*V V If the city of TItusville will secure temporary financing In order to extend water and sewer services to our tubdlvls. _-0 j'I'( tf1IhTy goitrE !
V V ion as soon II possible, Royal Oak Development Co. will to accept the following responslbllltUsi: I
No.4. agree
January 1964 James I J. }Hackett appraised the property at $$421(.2::1 44VI / III
,1 II IIJ.
per acre, the lowest of the three appraisals.. Mr.. Hackett also J) '
V ot''( 1.Payment) of Interest charges resulting from the 3.) The equivalent cost of .sewerage lift station. looted ;f jj.I! I'
dlcated the past use of the land, with of fJ?
many years trash f .
I V V. temporary financing program for a period of one year from within the boundaries of our property and sited to service > r- / I Ithe
;, would make the properly unsuited for anything other than"a pafe_ ,
V date such capital. Is. committed: only the subdivision's propertyi V II
\ '; :'4,) \\jt.; ... \\I\\ '. area or for car parking or tennis courts,with no building allow 1
I : V 2 2.) The equivalent cost of a 6-lnch water line along 4.) The equivalent cost of a force main located&with. ,
$ I .:1 0 .. thereon _, .,.." r .I
3.Ct V1'' r : V except a utility-storage structure j V
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V V ;; :' Barna Avenue from the North to the South limits of the In the boundaries of our property and also sited 1 10 serve V

V V VI I I ________________________ subdivision's' property: only the subdivision's' property. P \\% .. V.
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I : ", ..... .. This Will Cost Royal Oak In Excess Of $$100,000.00, ',1, \\ !

I Over And Above Your Mentioned Figure Of $$55,795.00, !



k : :: TRASH We shouldn't' be your "Whipping Boy" because what we're doing is for the best interest of

.'. V V A AND N D G GAR A R B BAG A G E E..N NOT 0 T I' the city. The water and sewer connections will be worth $$1,000,000.00, to the city in utility thai just Iwo months
V : As indicated in the above letter, your firm felt that the 10-acre dump TO L OVIEI E I revenues. ) over ago you ap

V V sitowasworth$800.OOperacrcoratotalof$8,000.OO.In your Wednesday$ ad you indicated, the property$ WAS WORTH T THE H E S SALE A L E PRICE P R I C E AS A S YOU Y 0 U H HAV A V Il I '1t 0 C CV proached us with an appeal to act as

V $$2,500.00, PER ACRE, OR A TOTAL OF $$25,000.00., I INDICATED.N D I C A T E D an exclusive agent for the sale of lols

In Royal Oak Subdivision!

What Is It REALLY Worth, George? J..,, -.. ,': 9 I
V We Denied This Appeal, I,

-? Because We Believe ALL ,I

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I I would like to publicly offer this 1O ID-acre dump site fo toI }.f.. Area Should Have The Open ''I''

I George M.. Barley, Jr.. for $$25,000., ., payable in fen days, i iI Opportunity To Make Such !

I in cash or cashiers check wllh] the stipulation that I the h e eI i\1\ '
I property be developed so as nollo to be detrimental to the i iI t ;::

I further development ol Royal Oak's' subdivision and I the e I II IV :
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V Country Club which overlooks said property. I '. I tj "" .. a

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CLASSIFIED AD For Rent GLAMOR GIRLS"Whatever -, Help Wanted Help Wanted Mobile Homes I BEST BUYS

beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 full
FOR RENT I sales career with the American
I ,.m. Day Btfor* V Automobile Association. Persons NATIONS FASTEST II'Owlnllood bath home can be yours for
Publlo.tlon For Wad. Fri. Floor Sanders, Polishers :V. just $450 down with l FHA termsor
U A.M. $.t. For Moo Publication 7 1 I wlecttd will receive sales trainIng chain, has several openings In MOBILE HOME: OWNERS
nothing down with VA
Phone AM T-S2SJ and have excellent opportunity the Titusvllle area. Permanent
0' for above average income LIVE RENTFREE Tl'rDHome l It completelyair
WANT AD RATES FACTORY PAINT OUTLET position, very liberal company conditioned ducted to
I oenu pr word ( and company benefits. Contact benefits, good starting salary,
Minimum Cbari SOo Baldwin Shopping Center after 10 a m., B. R. Burgess must have high school education, very room. The kitchen is
432 East Mcrritt I Island Cause.way : I' over 21, and desire a position for complete with a built-in range

ALL CLASSIFIED ADS : Merritt Island, Florida. :|I. the future. Contact the 7-Elevfn and oven, abundant cabinetsand .
PAYABLB IN ADVANCH APARTMENTS FOR RENT counter space and breakfast
Stores office 803 N. Flake
Cucept Eiubllihed AocounUTh FEMALE HELP WANTED $20 down payment and $30 a area. The total price Is
---- I I, Cocoa. Phone (369(35 Monday month will bur :your own full a low, low $13,800 and $79.95
ct..lfla4 Dlipy) Rats Annabl.aD 2 BEDROOM, alrcondit loned. refrigerator WAITRESS TO work ll Skillet. thru Friday 1-S p.m. or stop by acre mobile home lot at beautiful monthly pays principal l, interest
Raqu.a and stove Soft water, Full time, company benefits.Apply tier orel1to neighborhood 7> Lake Louis, Estates. and mortgage Insurance
BUr-AAvocaU near Causeway, quiet, $110. I person to pick up application Become your own landlord. Buy now and you can move
riser" the vI.n
i { inform
r.vl.ln or njectln* 2674127. fice. T. Grant Co..eriJ and get more Don't tear up rent receipts! each in ai loon as you qualify.
: IIl.Jf.:: ._ ation. This is a equal opportunity
m nt which It dxmiofcjaotlonabla ---- ----- Plaza. month. Many families now reside -
and to cb.... tba FURNISHED Apartment for rent employer. In our beautiful trailer community 805 REDUCED. Transferredcorps
atanlfloatloB tram that orderad ol any to adverllutnKint conform to $100 month. See Manager at MODELLING CLASSES visit us and set for of Engineers executivehas

th. policy of thla paper. _Florida Theatre.. STARTING Lost yourself the finest lelf-owned) refinanced and reducedthe
Tb. 8tar-Advocata will not ba Teenagers and adults. Make up, mobile home park. of his
price from
Maponalbla for mora tban on. In- 3 BEDROOM, unfurnished central
hairstyling and Job preparation. LADIES BULOVA wristwatch, LAKE LOUISE ESTATES
oorreot Inaartlon nor will It b. 21,000 to 19500. FIIA terms.
llabla for any arror In advartlaa. heat and air. 207( 9193. 2G7.5500. vicinity of A it P Store, Re. 14 miles east of Orlando on Down payment i Is just $900.Lovely .

ICe ment.ooat t otgreo of lb. 0".0.tor .toot orcunied then by UNFURNISHED 3 room apart- -- HOWARD JOHNSON ward 2673588. Route 50 Phone 568-2761 1 hone has 3 bedrooms,

nit Item In the adverU..m.nt.au.lne. ment. aircondithned. central NEEDS: WAITRESSES I 2 baths, large patio, fenced in

beat, lovely kitchen, range and MORNING\ :< and evening shift open Mobile Homes yard, fireplace, shade trees &

.. Of flea 15 Mala Btraat'Ola refrigerator, ftdC maintenanceprovided .Enpc rience unnecessary Moving StorageLOCAL many other features to num.
) AM 7-03111 d I only. TRAILER FOR RENT erous to mention. Large lot in
to train
willing good
( ,
Office Houra 1.00: to B:M wages the finest of locations.
267-4587. vacation with pay, hospitalization 3 BEDROOM, airconditioned,
Insurance, credit union. Ap. carpeted, wisher, earporte, and AND LONG distance movers. -
APARTMENT OR trailers. Week.
Moving, storage, packing 832-Lovely home Anna Drive
in between
ply person Vii am. cabana. $135 monthly, adults,
ly monthly: rates, adults only. I hipping, cold fur storage, crat Has 3 bedrooms and 1' baths'
Special Notice I 504 Garden.FURNISHED. you do, don't encourage them I" and 2-4 p.m. at 1817 Washington would consider Infant. 257-7004.
Ave., Titusvllle. ing. Free estimates. 267-3341. Large 8 x 24 utility mange Lot
3 -room apartment, 1 BEDROOM 10 wide trailer for I Smart Bldgeway Mayflower. Is well' landscaped with 8 or

ELECT DR. GLENN YOUNG, I upstairs, private, lime $75 --- RELIABLE CLEAN attendant rent. Adults only. 400 Oak Ave., trees, one 40 ft. pecan
City Council, District 1, Septcm monthly 2671928.COMMERCIAL for nursery at River Lanes. Ap. Osceola Trailer Park. Musicallnstruments i iI iJ"f.IUerl; : a pines and
her 8. (Pd. Pol. Adv.) For Rent For Sale ply in person only. SIX) Orlando i price of $10-
... BUILDING I Road 1 BEDROOM trailer aircondition I RENTAL PLANS School band. ;i 500, $2800 down and assume
---- ed, 55 x 10, $120 monthly.
-- monthly payments of $78.65.
instruments available I
AnimalsAKC I FOR RENT or lease, store; space, ROOMS !OR RENT I CLARINET; NOBLET, Rood instrument CURB GIRL, day shift, Blue Boy ALpine 4-6949 collect after 5 VOSS MUSIC now in Stereo Store at, i:
20 x 60 ft., or suitable for of. Drive la [
---- for band student, approved p.m. _ PirUa Phone 267-1829 for i 838-Brund new country estate.
$125 flee monthly Located 267-192Z.Magnolia I'laza, I ROOMS FOR Working Men by school) band director PART TIME RN for Doctor' ofice. FOR RENT OR SALB home feIst I Air conditioned 3 bedroom, 2

REGISTERED. female __ Double or single. 2670370. fall: 2G7-2694.( / Box R, Star-Advocate. ---- bath home situated on an

Chihuahua, 2926 South hopkins DUPLEX FOR RENT $12.50 PER PERSON, week. { 1962 50 x 10, :2 bedroom trailer : Real Estate acre of land. Has double car-
-S67-3559.-- -- ---- --------- I Rocket Motel Mims. Phone per 267. GUNS MALE HELP WANTED and lot (85 x 115) all improve I I porte, large utility room and
APPALOOSA AT STUD CLEAN NICELY furnished 3 room :, 3097. + ments. Call 632-1641 days, after U. S. 1 FRONTAGE house and odded lawn. Priced at $n8suo
apartment. Adults. 267-5244 730 South Dixie BELLBOY, full time Apply Howard with mm. of $1500 down. Con.
Horses for lale. Singleton and :. 6 p.m. 2678759. _shop. Slims, 10500. 2674623.
Dairy Road. AM 7-2338 after 8 SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies i Motor Lodge, or -- -- ----- ----1 1I ventional financing.
FURNISHED 1 bedroom duplex Old U. S. 1 1I phone 267-7900 TRAILERS FOR SAL
287-3974. with IKC. for rent. 801 Orango St. 28'1'1 (Continued Next Pee)
apartment carporte, -- ---- en
-- -------
3400 I Indian River i City Division 852 SERVICEMAN TRANS-
267-3OT9!(! ;} GULF LIFE Ordinary HAYES
Boats For Sale - --- I has outstanding opportunities I II FERED. Price on his 3 bed
-- ---- -- CLOSE IN, 2 bedroom unfurnished PRIVATE ENTRANCE, suitable BARGAIN HOUSE for career salesman Starting TRAILER SALES room, 2 bath home reduced to
CABIN CRUISER 19' Inboard, apartment, slave and re for 1 or 2. Corner of 50 and US 1. I selarv $600( ) month up where New and Used Mobile Homes SWIMMING POOL $13,5(10( 10'i\ down. Home Is
Phone 207-3679 after 1 p.m. New nod Used Furniture and located Indian River Ave.
fiberglass bottom, built In, 1962( frlgerator 25779(30HOUSES! ap. justified. Home office training HOMES on
pliances. We buy, trade and loll. 8210 E. Colonial nue. Has central heat and
less than 40 houri use. Cost AIRCONDITIONED ROOMS $15 Call D. S. Forness, manager, Drive
$1800 new now $51)5) today, Own. FOR RENT weekly per person, double oc Refrigerators $25 and up, guar 036-2640( or 6362650 Merritt ll- Orlando 277-9871 $15,950 beautiful hardwood floors.
er 207-6441. --- ----- -- --- anteed. 2510 Hopkins Ave, land. .
Royal Palm Motel - --- --- I
cupancy. Beach going going GONE.lIere' .
3-BEDROOM, 1 bath built-in kit. 207-4103. Phone 267-4705. PARTIALLY FURNISHED, 3 bed. MO-INDIAN RIVER CITY. 6
Boat Rentals chen, nice section, new paint CAN BE FINANCED I GARDEN SHOP needs full time room, 10 x 55, Owosso Mobile Florida's, tho opportunity to enjoy years old, 2 bedroom block
Inside and out. Rent $110. AM 7. LADY ONLY, !kitchen privileges, man. Company benefit Apply home, 11 x 18 expandable living unique advantage toa I home. Deep well, air conditioner .

HOLIDAY BOAT RENTALSINCORPORATED: omit''.. 267.8634. 1 USED Suburban gas range! good Mr. Griffin W. T. Grant Co., room, no down, $10 will transfer 1. way-of-life.City setting large land. built-in range. Private
--- --- condition, also 1 used GE elect Pirtle Plaza.GROCERY .
---- -- ----- setting amid tall pines. Fenced
NICELY FURNISHED 2 bedroom, title or rent for $120 monthly. scaped lot 3 bedrooms, nice ,
NEW 18' and 15' run-abouti. Convertible ric canoe( with large oven. Low 2674825. in yard. Priced at $12,000.9G5MIMS. ).
large enclosed Florida room, Stores For Rent down payment and) easy term MAN needed to train location. I
tops, 45 II. P. motors. $140 monthly. Arrow Realty, 2(17-( tootlyear Service Store, 315 as assistant managers In convenient 2. Country setting tremendous -
Call 267-608(1.( -- REPOSSESSED 1964 Nice 2 bedroom, 1
-- -- --- 70J7.UNFURNISHFD. OFFICE or store for rent reason. South Hopkins, 2673013.1 type store Good salary, lot 100 x 300, great for
SKYLINE bath frame home In Minis.
__ kids .
:3 bedrooms built kitchen
--- -- hospltalizaton, paid 1 vacation, In
Building & Const. 3 bedroom 1 able. 13 by 50 ft. 408 Washington SEWING MACHINES, sales and excellent opportunity for ad. 50 x 10, small down, take over etc.Space : Lot Is 50 x 135. Has fruit
Ave. Phone
bath, $85 monthly Call Wessner 207-3230.). payments on lot.MARTIN'S trees and closed porch. Pricedat
service, all makes, new and( vancement! with expanding com
;NfflDY CONSTRUCTION, residentlals Realty 2077125.FURNISHED MOBILE HOMES Real Estate Inc I $6500( with $650 down and
NEW STORE building for offices used, household or industrial, pany. Apply Lll General Store
commercial and remodeling ---- ----- --- or business. 15 x CO or 30 x (0. from $29.M up. Call collect, 2121 Garden St. open terms
12" jean In Titusvllle. Licensed 4 bedroom home Glen Schlueter, 267-6668
Don's Machines.
Heated and air-conditioned. Sewing/! Rock-
end bonded.. Phone AM 2326. I Immediate occupancy Preschool Phono 267IUOO.WAREHOUSI. ledge!! Florida NE8: .821*. APPLIANCE SALESMAN, company I TOP SOILFILLMARL -- -I II 569-U. S. No. 1 Frontage between .
-- ---- age children accepted. benefits Mr. Titusvillc and Mims
I -- ---- Apply Smith,
Business Opportunity Large yard, $135 monthly, 548Lenorn FOR RENT USED TV', 11 inch table models, ...9.:5 p.m., W, T. Grant Co. 1100 ft. adjacent and north of
AvenueJW7-6' S3._ __ two 23 Inch condoles, all pricedto I BE SAFE! new Jess Parrish Hospital. I
DUFFY'S MARKET for ;t 20 BEbROOMT WAREHOUSE, suitable for shop sell, low down payment COLORED SALESMAN, company Ideal location for medical or
4 2 bath total 9
: X ft.. 2674316. garage or siorafe. In .cantor of Easiest: terms in town. (Uoodvear benefit, Apply Mr. Smith 83 shopping center.
_, _JO rooms. ', well located. ;207-8802 or town. Set H. II. Hudson at star. Service! Store, 315 South Hop pm., W.. T. Grant Co. For Complete Service I I

Camping Hunting 207 30'J9.: .___ __ ___ I -Advocate.- kits 2(173013.( ._ ----- -- BE SURE! 964 Duplex lots. Total frontage
3 BEDROOM 2 hath drapes built -- -- 140 feet x 135 feet toned R2
TAKE vacation In-a FloridaCamper. in stove, $125 monthly Mrs. houses for rent. 200 square feet, Rcpolll'ued.used less than 4 Deal Only (limited multiple family) 2
Make reservations I Connell, 267-7021-1J88. ; LandscapingCall bedroom, 1 bath home on por.
now. aircondlticncd office plus, 600 sq. months. Save $200. Take up pay. SITE heart of
Call Double J. Campers, 267-1584.: I ------ ft. warehouse *. $125 Tltusville tion of one lot. City water
TBEDROOM HOUSE, furnished pac mon menlo 3d months on balance. on U.S. fronting on with
--- Child- ;r---; adults, 861-01)33.) thly eacD. J. W. Childre KIRK SCHOOL, OK MUSIC Indian River With AREALTOR terms and sewer(Owner$10,500 applying open for
t ty. 267-5583 2126 W. TROPIC 267-8383 AM 7-0656 DN8h tr
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FORRi T-- --- ----Real'j ._ U.S. I-Zoned BR 235 ft. front. FHV Commitment)
--- OFFICES -- -- --- -
WILL KEEl> children In ;my; ---- WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES. age 400 ft. deep; Ideal for .
home, Monday thru Friday, 267. 20 X 40)) OFFICE SPACE for rent. itructlon. Any size up to 30,000 Mattresses offered at warehouse motel!, offices, etc. WATERFRONT Above average
feet, lease 2670564. Industrial home located on the
(864. 267-4316. iquare prices. See us today. 2111 GardenSt.
I or commercial spacs Nidy Shopping Center. 2G7- US 1-90 ft frontage, depth 220 APPLIANCEBARGAINS Look for this beautiful Indian River exactlyone
ELDERLY WOMAN, mature, doires : = R OMEROO!': available. 5733 _or 2C719JU. ft. close to SH 50), Zoned BR, symbol for your mile south of new NASA
present $600 month.
( babysitting in own home. 8, Causeway. Just minutes away
$2 per day infants and small 'SLEEPING ROOM, prIvate,I bath, For Sale FINE WATCH and Jrwelry repair. US 1-North of Mims, 310 ft. protection. It signifies from work at the Cape or Merntt .
children Best! references. 267. entrance, refrigerator!! Indian Ing. Jay lire Jewelers Indian integrity Island. Home has 2 bedrooms .
-- --- ---- frontage, only $59 ft., will Increase
0288. I River Heights.\ 244 Swift Ave. FURNITURE, NEW and( used. River City Indian River Plazi. in value.COMMERCIAL and high profes- I and one bath bulkhead
--- -- Box springs, and mattress, new, Repossessed 21" RCA sional standing. Deal only dock, completely landscapedand
NICE ROOM in private homo for ELECTRIC SHAVKfl!: service on
I $30. 267.3(134.hOLLYWOOD( close to Gar.den with Realtor has keen kept Immaculate.
Color Console TV- a a I
gentleman.! -- -- all makes. Jay Bee Jewelers) St. ideal for professionalor The location and waterfront
ROOMS' FOrT-MEN. Kitchen-privileges TWIN beds. loam Indian River Plaza. semi-professional office $500 Value $249.95 Realtor displays this seal. gives it lasting/ value. Let us

24 HOUR SERVICE mattresses practically new, $50. -- I show you this fine home.
TV and washer. AM 7-
S Bryan-Conway
Help Wanted 40 Acres close Ideal '
7 267-0943( In. for -.-
Open Days 2283 after S p.m. Winstead Inc.
--- subdividing, only $2,000 acre .
404 Over full
I one acre
Phone 267.9570 ROOM FOR RENT, TV and maid BABY BED electric sterilizer, EARN $20 PER day or more In 150 Acres Near Repossessed RCA Whirlpool I I Gf :rge M. Barley, Jr., I homesite, has real country

service. 527 Washington Avenue. playpen, potty choir $40. 2117. permanent route work. Will 1 canal- and adjacent cros..statebarge to 12 cu. ft. Refrigerator. II\I-: atmosphere and ll just minutes .

For Rent 9246. tram man\ or woman if Inexperienced Pick-up Payments only mpbell Associates away from town. Paved
S ,
railroad -100 !
only $
ATTRACTIVE. CLEAN private -- -- - -- Wirte Mr. Heath, Box acre-good I of and excellent ,
I streets course
I home, single or double, private 1 LIKE NEW 10 cu. ft. GII: refrig' 27CH( Memphis 2, Tonn.M potential industrial site for $2.50 per week IPS. water, nice trees and good
SEE VOSS MUSIC ad under classification bath. Call 287.31X14.( erntor, priced( to sell at $1115. --- --- water and rail transportation. J.: W. Childre, RealtorDnnenburg's fertile soil. An ideal place to
"Musical Instruments"! Low down payment. Terms to ANt OVE"Rto ) -I -.- I
ROOMS FOR rent with kitchen suit your builitet. GoodyearService ; bowl In Senior Citizen's leagueon Space Real Estate Inc Beach raise your children and P'z\s$ \:
$2995> U the total price,
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS only 1 i I privileges. Call 287-OG10 before Store, 315 So Hopkins, Wednesday! at 1 p.m. Call for I I Glen Schlueter, 267-6668 i 17" GE Portable TV, Realty down and $40 monthly.
25c each at the Star.Advocate 5, after S 2 7.8806. 267.3(113.()) -- details, 207-7118( :. River Lane! I. New Set Warranty. Duffy's Real EstateS

---- Only 69.95 Edwards Realty 191-40 acres exceptionally fine
--e I I"I Ed Kitties Agency location off Garden Street

ATTRACTIVE VALUES -.- Harris Realty Inc. near Fairglen Subdivision. Excellent .
.. .
-..- S L. B. Newman site for large housing)

WIDOW MUST SELL thli one.bedroom home In City of Edge- TV EMPORIUMBig Donn Searle Realtors project. Priced at a low $2000
water, large!: corner lot 144 x 170 View of the River soil, land Apple Plaza Sydney Schwartz per acre.over 29 5 years.182ACREAGE: down. and balance

alone Is worth more than the asking Price of $12,000. .' 267-3577 W. J, Smith

MODERN THREE BEDROOM 2 both home fullv air conditioned ______. _____ u __ !, NEAR SOUTH
LAKE 20 acres high rolling
In the city of Edgewstor, with a view of the River. Large lot land in fast moving area, part

100) x 111 asking $23,5(10.( :JESS W. CHILDREt "NortlBrevard's Oldest Real Estate Servtct" of which was a former orange
This valuable parcel is
New.cc.ptlaless.appltcttonnI.thpI' 10003 ACRES \lith.V* MILE FRONTING: 44, 12 miles west of grove. the
located just l outside of !' city
tcoipiiwy. Till limit, "moat tfiilnbl < eUILOl1t I
sod "moil modtr iputmmt boUdlni New Smyrna Beach. All mineral rights. $HII per acre, 20'; : Con & limit Priced reasonable at

till Novi Moon lix-Cipi ut.ened', down balance over 10 years at II";.. 1 ." .. .. $1500 per acre 29'. down.

SUCH jIIU.llr-Mfidltlonlni Pool( ( I SundKk tiMllni. Indlyldutl. FliMn( Seen by Appointment Only. ; /n B-Route 50 frontage in Christmas .

Pie and Boil Docks. Pilvitt MtMn.f'twticM & I II. 119 ft. frontage. 220 ft
0. E. SOUTHARD 1"" \
ill bxltoem tpiitmtntl deep Trailer presently on

LUXURY alolll.NCh Chlldnn'i PliyitMind Hoof Rntiurint. llundnf, tut 124 'anal Street! Box 11 ::0.....'"',.I' I property well Has patio.septic This lot tank 11

_kit,. lounge, colt.Mop, .ho,,l*| New Smyrna Beach Florida loned pump business Total price is
stud t MMIIHI .nd Patty Row GA 14031: & 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, wood floors,
Saturday Sunday liberal
a low 14600 with !
FOR i SOLITTLE C Pirttlni Oiim, and Shafflsbeed.woTiNtf,00s5' I gas fireplace city water and 'II very
Evening GA S 8510 or G.81.111t for terms (Trailer not Included. I
sewers Ideal doctor's or dl'ot'l

..._tort .,,110..mooi.om,. ,.... I I tufa office. 24200. I II
i @ Ion, lone. e Oedoe 'oI'tO'' refinancing. I
,..1.,...ediminh.." hmtltb' I
.1Itt.,,,,,,,". ,.b.,... leos' DUPLEX, 2 bedroom large living'
AIr...,tltl..,.'..." ..... 11101.. oven .e4 See rooms, city water and sewer. $150 VOTE
n..........._..,_. .
per month Income. $15,500, $8S ,
monthly P and I.


UNFURNISHED FROM 1100 MONTHLY mS(= living room, double tarport., central i,
.. M heat.' $1'.000. $800 down. $119!

per month Including principle I
interest taxes and imurance. I TUESDAY DANENBURGREALTY

.in Lagrange Acres 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath stucco. 100 X I II

i I 172 ft yard fruit trees, all furniture .
goes Including range and

IMPEIUAL U TOWERS refrigerator Only: $tSeSO, requires South Washington
-a- :2a! : Mile North of Titusvillc Beautiful 3 refinancing.NEW I 1314

and 4 bedrooms on big lots with trees, 2 3 bedroom. 2 bath conventional AM 74858Os
full baths formica cabinets ducted heat. u. Mon. thru Sat.
V financing $17.950. Down & 1l1 nJ/all !)
I=a ian e and hood. Sodded yard. Priced payment $950.) Large living room, "Jan.CoIIWCJ IIC. or br appointment
((24 Hr. Tel Au. Serrlc! )
horn. $i4,000to 16000. Call 267-4164 from turquoue kitchen fireplace.Call I
REALTORS INSURORS Where buyer and seller upset I
9 to 5. See by appointment. sad fet )better and (faster servtc'a.
I Dial AM 7- 2011 Day Night or Holiday

I 267-55f:3: .



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From Preceedlng Page Real Estate Services Used Cars & Trucks tw TRV ciucriT COU RTR or 1M TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF Curtl' R Barn**
NN.in tIttiVAltlrIH ; 6041N04IAAND CIR rierk of the Clr'ul"rt,,
HOUSES FOR SAL I' Rp5 1TLO*II A by: V a. Mpanal'rf
'tt r-I ">> .,SRARISRT
Real Estate LUXURY LIVING, ready to move BEDROOM. 9 We baths",, watt' If Its Construction-I 1961 TRIUMPH. Tiger" Cub, motorcycle : CRANCElY"'/'M NO TO :95enR illtHttl' : 0 IIY
into. Nlw. bedroom brick ack da. Plain, alf.coaditionetl, :267 l$4l. .A Ill.J\orl: Minor, CIIR1IT ova< hlA* f. o...HIM 4MI'ajM.

ACRIA98 FOR SAL homes! 3 full baths, built-in lute kitchen dead tad street, -1961OIAO.---- owner transferral'I he Yale ISARL M.."..MATMONn.... riw.lial,' WITHTO !two....... V. Fldnllffjl'UA I>WMy rtorlrtaAr tar .HtaMUff
twirl atorm. 887 aoa. I Len Randell! MARIR: rrnA Au' M, "*,* I" ,)ten 1 1'1114'
ACREAGE WITH Route 46 front. range and oven, dishwasher, I Call to Puerto Rico, take or pay. .TIt.\I: III"" PaTItItI'" tllK ?L_! LT _

ago, cut of Geneva. V* acre lots disposal" intercom wit AMFM I tIDROOM. tVt (bath $$230 down manta' rail day M7 7HM : PAVut.HAwiVwARD"S TO: JULIA MARIE' CIoKVA'1I.lh.I. Dat at Lake Beatrice in Lake Har- radio, double car garage, at S74 maatUy, no qualifying, caiiWeasner 1 \ 'hoa* el sera In I Mm Park Lana See The
TR.\DE--i .
: .
Free References WILL for boat ,
low as $2000 down. 2671928. Estimates motor Ilnknowa M riUni1
ney area. Call owner Geneva _Realty_2677125 ___ : and trailer 267.15..OQ. Tau an hereby "IIII.d Ih.t n Ton *r* h.rh\ n"ilfiml hat acompltlnt
3493191. INDIAN RIVER HEIGHTS 2 bedroom INCOME PROPERTY- "prian' h1 been 111.,1 In She.lyres.nyyd fur ill\1 "", r .h.... Seen Star Advocate
.I Court bjf kAKUHATHONU fUad i.lnl vnn It"v.I ar* rquuad *-
Carport ,
HOUSIS FOR SAL itt bath. scrMoad in --------- I Remodeling Repairs I F5T4.1, lu tlu ufcnpllo > In fllirnr. .areas. nrHi
porch. 2675872.CLASSIC. PARTLY BUILT duplex, 93 s 117 Florida Wanted To Buy .! tCATHT mtWARlfll ( with ih. l.-rk of lit* For Your
!New Home Driveways, ,
loot lot Rood location for rentIng minor ekIM, kr Ik. p.l"i".".. Court for "fI" .r.1 County
3 BEDROOM! 1 bath screened I KARL HAYMlCirt riT<'H, and k, .t Tltu.\illi Murlda'ami .
porch range, drapes corner lot, HOMES $1,000 invested will return Rooms. Commercials. USED AUTOMOBILES you .r* Neutral la lone a ropy w serer a ,api iiiimuf! uponItOHKUT : Needs!
City Auto Printing
first Phone 2b7 I IIOIXIK I 1' II Hot
year. owner til your An.wrr or ohji-illon. lo
nice lawn, payments only $75monthly Titusville's Best Home Value I 1481. Peru AM T-36W. how ..u., why the lalil ,iwllllon I 4M., Coma. VI,till' all.irnev for
Call .
2671739 after 5 ------ -- should mil I'e iMntrit am lie IyM tk rlainllff 1e "r l.'r"rr H 01'1.| ,
Small -- -
No Job Too -
p.m. 3 and 4 Bedrooms, 2 Full Bath\ Large or turns: hip the Ull.nwrMtU: abe, red IM4\ .If Ia.?i roll m ilnn
LOTS SAL .,. .
Want I lAM C IKVIN. AlWri .| hew", 5 0 tlinn-i pea ants. mil hlief
Homes with Garages. 267-2858 after I p m. Trade 81 Nurtk AilMilt AvmiM, Gees euterod. aedu.t I" ,Ibr r.-
3 BEDROOM. Florida room 2 60 x 125 FT in city $995 cash II..... riorl.lv" ..J le hie ikorliii ,", ibMjinii, ,I" I "In :U:'I' ,,: 'n:\',Ulnl I, RENT A-
bath available immediately, BUY NOW 3n-4633. P O. Box' 1204:! City --- l bi tli* offlot N tk l'lerk \ .yt m, ,heal" l I r xf
low down 267-Ud83. f GUNS nf Ik* Olix'uH: (Surt Hi ."il tot flak) seal 0110 I I..o I' ''h'I 'U eel l t BAND
Ilrv.r4 I'oiikly KlofUU. an or d.Y' :M Au1I'l, IulH'OI'ST ;
4 LARGE bedrooms forced air, WILL TRADE Rides Wanted DependableFREEIII 730 South Dixie hrfar.. Ih* ttgj Jar uf "lrllfml| or I 0l'AInWHEN : '
$600 down 287-3564 $16,700 Nothing Down, See Us Todayat TO BJC for 7 a.;;: class..Monday, Old U. S. 1 Tree .pro :r*.FAIL f>.... NOT will bf fir enter a lli- INSTRUMENT
Colonial Wednesday, Friday. 267 0336Mortgages ml I snlnul l yau I
MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into 2, 3, Heights Indian River City ITCrna M' him soul nf' it I.. Months
or 4 bedroom homei. brand new Hopkins Ave. South! J.-. ___ -- __ .__ fl.1'"u"I"-I.I.. seal, VIsII U .TliuiUII, Ihlll. *50. Hmvtnl des ,.e Six
in area of much higher priced 267.8641WIIISPERING L.P. BOTTLED GAS MHUrHV "Tt'1I1I'OI I'llNell'iP11 A..ot.JIK. Trial
homes. Small down payment and MORTGAGE MONEY WANTED IHIIIIlltM >" HIKNn d'1rut1 l"II..r& Nsll
only $85 monthly total INSTALLATIONISuburban In I It t'HTIN' M HAWNK" ,
payment. 2675500.IN complbn? OIus.e
HILLS 3 bedroom ; mStt CLK.HU. Or"' THIS IKcriT
VA no down BRENTWOOD 117ft lIuiH.i" NviiHtter ,
ESTATES payment, weal on Garden -- 2 bath Florida room. large THIS "IRC\'IT COIHT OK. Propane I.aw. if t'Iurlde. AI.I* ul IW1, Ik* (tiii1"vf i.ttopuly i.. EiAt.0oai Rental

St. AM 77142 or 632-5655.: shady fenced in yard. $650 down. Trim NINTH IN: AND l\KOH PHIAI., UllhVAIIUU'NTY : OHCLMT 2019 U S.1 N. 2674411 unilerniaaxl: ill Stir will Iitin', iii.i.-r: l uurl win In Hroraid theClerk .L av<'n Ui.* JvtuEih ( Program
1436 Oak Terrace Call 2673669 WILLIAM c IhiVINAiturnvy '' f
--- -- ( e'6ORIDA.CHANCEOY (Cniiniv curio. upon rwwlplnf r AvailableAll
2 BEDROOM furnished masonry : NO :-1 ..83OII prunf uf publlOlon nf Ihi* fop P.Illlns.p .1 R
home Florida Shores $8700. INDIAN: RIVER HEIGHTS. 1 \ eHERBERT Used Cars & Trucks atkv' tke tiilUiwIlll flutlllou* MU N Alla.llf.. "v.nu.l'nw. .
: : Hwwn '
: riurl.UAul
:, *
bedrooms, IMi' bath fenced In L UA0'T turn lo %ll minim A.wul.te.N.elt I ,
$800 clown Park Avenue Fealty. 14 81. Hpt r U Mush IMI4
back yard Plaintiff wktrh I am' .s. Instruments Band
awnings ,
equity assume I"oR.r'l on
103 E. Park Avenue, Edge-water, ra 5") ClirVROLET Impala. 4 door nli l UaUiv at IONS iliuik
payments $68 monthly JANU H. DAFT, w'uhln 1on AI's' T pirettt" Ilecommencl-
open Phone 267.5155, Pifinilint hardtop automatic transmlBiion. I Ida, art tkul ih., unl in'r.:::| I ENVELOPES Business S1.M ( .ls I
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS """"" TOl Mr*. J.nl* M. Daft 1033 Allondale 317.3927.; th* only Dcrunn inlrrM4 U said Alao Kraft Envelop with clasp ed List
only BRIARWOOD U) Walnut ('"U"I bu5lnw. HAM
25c each at the Slilr.AdvocatlACREAGE a beautiful: highly restricted MaiiiluK, Ohio' iOO2 NOVA II Stationwauon, beat IMtod .*t Tllii. .> lll* Klorlila. thl* for mailing Full stock at Star. Rental Fro may be ap-
area I .
notified that .
Tots ai< krrky aComplaint U ly f Auauii A l> IW4.
of better 3.5 bedroom homes fur Olvune: has liernqulroit offer over S1550 2670413. Juk L, s nion Advocate I pliisl, to Purchnso PrIce
.1 turd. s1In.l and Vou Orr rr AliaIT. J4. :II
oversized lots, covered with of Mllllr. Or IM t'TIH"; Ilk apt 7IMuelIW/ ul Instrument
to .rrv. soupy your
grass and trees on School but I Amwer or rieillna- the cam Re1.101III rlllltlOl NOON" ----- -- ---- I
route See thea exclusive de. Lint an lb.M Plilnilff! itinrneyiOR In ..mpicoon. ItO Uaiu JWM IllllN All Rentals M for lit :3 mo,
R20 1 ACRE-ON paved street light fully different dealing. Oily AN .P (I, lion filnIh ,; LIWI:> U of>5 ini.ikU Ckulrr, Aril Number vf 1MI I, she NEW y
sad 4
ready to build, on $2,985' 00 3 completed homes left. SOON INK* *Tltu.vlll.rl.l..l nl.rlorlil.' or I'londUm. under>l.a.d will re..tal"'.r wftk Ih.l'I'r. BEDROOM 2 BATH BRICK HOME Ask M how you rte B't yeur
with only $295. down featuring 19 ft. bedrooms, I I. tho. otb of lb. Ctairk u{. Inn, i.f tk* Orouit. Court. In Urn Now Instrument Crrol'
,0'1\ rlmlila 10-
County upon
choose colors during construct 'Ircull hurl on 0' hrfn 1\811 II .h. ? ''pI a1 pwf ".f puolluallun. uf Peed for thought It's our
or "
Oath day Nrptrmbrr y" FIND
Ion. LaGrange area. 1 mile foil In do an. JuI.m.nl It" .r.ull. Ihln' notbr, tin r.iii.wum fMiiiuu. ONE LIKE IT & I'LL BUY IT! iprt and tpMdy Iavice when
A.IS 10 ACRES-nicely wooded north of Titusville off Oldl Pixie. will .lit lakrn uliiht you fur of'torn''',. l t. wit UII.iillecttun..... vniih. HuruItuHilllu I n,n I yaw reed to mov*. Our rate/ COCOA SCHOOL,
pine land Just off US No CALL 2078300it la* r lll dmniBiluil la Ih* Cam "mieot In hu..ln..*. M Illuavlll. will pleas. you, toolThink OP MUSIC'Tltuavliie[
- Blttt.l. Vlurldu, mil that Ik. uaileniitneilIn 1560 Sq feet living area and double I
1-$1.850. 29t
an acre THE ('1,1 Ii? DONE! AND ORDERED!;: at TI- I the only letmrNeJ, la"iMIi'Tn'l car-
down bundles T1' it lMr. ONNI; :1I1'.llflft lunvlllo, Brvvird, niiiiiv' rluililaIhU "' ,,n. of
MOKIIlt 21.'l day of AiiRiiHl. IW4' \ Tllinvllle llnrlill. Ibl porte-garage. All extras. 85.120 ft landscaped -
I In II* Ih. Fntlt of ('I'IITIl* It IIAKNKH :2Klh! .1.l v i.f AimuH A.It. 14.lli.luil lx>rall m At
OIIVILLK I'HICRMllll Clerk of I ho <'In nil Court .
I llnnlv lot. Sidewalks
A.478 ACRES- just south of I>..,....d llr vinl Tounlv. 1",1,1., Auf. II, Kepi 7 14, 31 IMie" .) IW! } paved streets.
I r lit HMHTOH II, Alii* M MunlprHunItrplity FIDELITYAgent
Route No. 50-rolling land All riMlllori! nf she halat ofOrvllie llclk. I I f have real estateto $16,990 total price $1100 down $110 a I MeCOTTERMERCURY
., you ,
with a good lake site price rtpc *i l u. hrrrb
joins developed l prop r. notlfli-il nr and ilenmnil required, whlth to tile they ivtlHlrrw All nrn.y.a for MORTON I'l.lnllfl' sell, or if you are I month; or $2440 down, $89 a month. I COMETS1OWR00M
ties Worth looking at mar hiv tKnlnnt sold nut In P 4. ll lu1 HliTIIUWlllo (
the fifflce nf ih. County Juilir nf rinrlit. M7IM. estate, use our classic!
Urvurl, Co,alV. Flurlil, In 'the Hy11" KnniUH' T M iri* ALLIED VAN LINES Cor Smith St & U S.1 ilwy
for choice real R. M EVANS
Court house Tllunvlll PlorliU A Mrmh.r oe lhr FIrm looking BUILDER OWNER
A-63 165 ACR ES-on St. John'a within nix cl.nilar month from Au(. .24, 31. 'pI.-M. .iMon.!).. I'04/ ; STORAGE & TRANSFER Washington t Al'tlllueMr.
th. data' nf the tint publication Pied columns. I
River-speculative onlyat nf till otic*. !Rach;: claim or it.- DAY OR NIGHT U>H lluui!'lilon
See The
this time. $115. per minil mum bar In wrltlnn and mUll -- ---- I AM 7.2834 Open Evenings Until 1
acre Hint she plat* of rrold.seem nd Phon. AM 7-0228
puM IUv.. aililrn* of the cUlm : Star AdvocatePrinting :SAT! .701:' We Di llvvr
ant 1d b. .warn t.0 b. Ihneloimonl l .r
hi. teens or bl. sllor. Needs! YOUNG MEN .
: --
rev u. II will become void ae-
WATERFRONTA coidlnalo tow.Cathrrioe.
M Prlc*
70 ACRES--over 1.000 feet hMculrU. u( Ih. Flat olOrvlll Now being Interviewed for !
1'...... *..c..1WIIII.m. APPLIANCE EXTRA
of US No. 1 frontage- 4 S.elU11' LOW
$1.6uO. per acre 44 Urant PinreMu15.una employment in TitusvilU's
] Florid SUPER SALE\
.. LOW
Auli"5lVV.iilT. iSTi: IMon) 1164! newest self-service re tau- Ii

D.12 Dt'PLEX-100 FEET RIVER By North Brevard Largest I rant Apply In person to CARS PRICES
\i'' FRONTAGE-CBS ', tadependtnt Appliance Dealt
scenic view on Indian Room 38, Town Motel, between -

live River_In rent one one lido tide Total- HOMES FOREVERYOHE j TV. EMPORIUM three and six p.m.I PLUS

Price $30000 ; ZOT35TT

4 -

A.63 5 ACJI IS- Jusl couth of I-- STORE MANAGER TRAINEES *
Proposed Union Carbide. 4 DAY FREE VACATION

road with feet a on depth county of MOVE IN NOW I For Florida's Fastest Growing, Drive-In Grocery

approximately 660 feel toIr with $3M down In hula lovely thedrom Stores Jackson'u: Minit Mark ts. Qualified Male and
lian Riverland has house with exlrai such Female Applicants Between The AgM of 29 and 43 years
born cleared except for ai "'ncl'd.in back yard on large will be considered Persons Selected Must Be In Good 63 FORD GAX 63 FORD XL
scattered palm trees. lot V ACA( nON SPECIALS
Physical condition and Willing To Learn Our Business. Tae, ''B, PIS "
Priced at $14.250 These Are Not Cashier Jobs and Persons Selected Must Con 390" Buc,

L-33300 FEET-US No. 1 TORIVER B. Able To Handle All Store Management Duties. Positions S169S 63 PONT AIR $S2300 $$2495
-8 acre beautiful are Open in The Melbourne. Cocoa, Cocoa Beach __

exclusive motel site or for subdivision home-small apartments-. with built 3 bedroom-m stove,3 eeitral bath home heat I At and Any Titusville Jackson's Areas Minot Application Market\ Group Blanks Insurance Are Available and 63 FALCON 4 DR 63 FAIRlANE 4 DR $S1600 62 FALCON F 2 DR

last parcel available In local I*! between US 1 and Paid Vacations When Qualified Personal interviewsWill
Priced at $15,250, $500 Iowa\ "0"SL.R&H "
this area Be Conducted Every Tuesday Thursday and Friday 0"St"R&H

Hopkmi. I Between 4 P.M. and .S P.M as Follows: Contact Mr. $S129S 62 PONT HT $S1750 $$1095

$500 DOWNfor Brady at Jackson's Minit Market 1003 S. Dixie, Rock-
ledge Mr. McGee At Jackson's Minit Market 805 Or.

Ing RIVER building*with as-good many apartment exist.poisibilitie 3 built bedroom this $11,300 2 bathe and home, central featuring heat. lando Jackson's( ; Road Minit(Highway Market,50)221), Titusville Babcock Street or Mr., tau Dunn Gallie.At 62 VOLVO 5.122 62 (HEY 4 DR $S1350 62 STUDE fiT t

-m stove aiafile garage
site-buiiiutaa or boat repair Plt'ase Apply In Person No Phone Call 4 Dr. 4 S..I "
Located In Whispering Lakes 0". St. Due. S.ata. R" H
'txtter look
thin shop if- Intercnted near achooU and ahuppmg I ; .. I sm9Sue. 61 (HEY AIR $S1250
into in river you frontage are I --- ---- - $ $$1095

BUSINESS. &. In COUNTRY home this with large acreenHJnpatloc 4 CLUB hwlroom LIVING bath SEE OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE : 61 COMET/W 61 FORD AUTO $S750 60 FORD GAX--

INVESTMENTS tral heat and air double eirporlo. ..
I 0 Auto" R H .
fireplace All thla for only( PLUS V I. Aialo. R fc H

D10 Duplex lot on-on Magnolia large. business- room $21,100ASSUME HOME SUBDIVISION i $S129S 4 DAY VACATION FREE $$795

for additional building Featuring:

plus $170. Don't opportunity per pan month this up.excellent income j f EQUITY ..1 I 59 FORD CON $$795 56 _CAD AIR $$595

95000 Down on this lovely 4 LARGE: '1$' :x: 110' LARGE POOL I -
bcdroona a bath hov I e, will I
landscaped yard Move in and LOTS WITHCENTRAL I SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES I 58 OLDS S.88 $$495 51 OLD S/W $$295
B 39 BAR-be r, wine ,liquors enjoy thu I lovely tori IT. Paymeets
packaf*-adequate building only $113 00 including. salt.: WATER Etc. "

bilMMM Ideal facihtiet M family.atkm and C tor parking nfl sin..n- et and Insurance I 57 DODGE 4 DR $$245 50 BUICK 4DR $$125 .

tial ktiU to rnponoM

party.Arrow. SUTTON & : $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY I


TO REACH OAKWOOD: From TttuaviUe !go north on

RealtyDon ASSOCIATESREALTY U. & I to Muns. Continue north on U. S. 1 for one more i fl MC Cotter Ford ? .. :

I CO. snil* to our entranc on right For free information -(1
R. Manclnl Broker call 267-5580. : -
"New Home I

U S No lat, Harrrmn Florida StTituivUle nrri.. pk
Call 267.W37' 267.9440 ;3J::1: AGENTS ON PROPERTY TIL DARK I """.4'1 THADINMT FORD .<\1.'." ..elawS. e
I "
Evenings 211-.117 ;
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.*.**,. large van rOil SALE tn FAIR arm..w. .
A Community Of Fine Homes In TitusvilleFHA l he fMM Mmnta. r**

LOW DOWN Only 2 Mike( West of U. S.1 On Garden Street COWART & CARTER


THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM TWO TILED BATHS X36Q Phone Garden: 2674222 St., or Tltuivill 2Q73M1I




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_ H/._{-. Tltun""' ,11krkh) Bte.Adv.e.l. M.nd.y.Septembe,7.. 19M I

t. . . . . .

I Board Of Control Confirms Appointment Of Humphrey As Off-famous; Proaram Coordinator I EASY TO TRY :

.. _____ __ __ __n___.
The Slate Board of Control today Community services director for Orange County is at the Mid. He worked 0 PROFITABLE TO USE
confirmed: the appointment Brevard grams as a news- gree in Louisiana Tech and Nashville, Tenn .
Junior ,
of Dr College Florida Technical Institute paperman in Louisiana before his master's degree at Louisiana More Calls Means Morn Bustne
Robert IL Humphrey .
At present FICUS Is sponsor- entering the college teaching State .
administrator of the universitysystem's Prior to joining the staff of University I
Ing 23 off'college credit courses field Mrs. ''EtECt' I I"a' .a
off-campus programsin Brevard Junior College in 19G1 Humphrey is a teacher KQkrln-

East Central Florida In Brevard County and II in Dr Humphiey taught for 10 Dr Humphrey was awarded of health and physical education, .... RN( [ r 5

Or Humphrey will have of Orange County. Dr Humphrey'soffice years at college in Louisiana a doctorate in education at the who is presently completing: ( t cUNC'Ioj/bJ\: ; tr l1 Q TltutTilU Area Cocoa & Cocoa Beath OA .

ficei: In Orlando and Cocoa: as in Brevard County is at and Texas He also directed University of Missouri in 1962 her reauirements for a doctorate X A', >,1"..,. I 267-5539>> 836.7031. r

center: administrator for the Brevard Junior College and In their public information pro He received: his bachelor's de degree at Peabody College in I' \ ;.Jdj'lu,; : 4\j.l\\ \ iooo@oo0eoooooeoo@fiENJOY

Florida Institute for Continuing

University Studies (FICUSK He

will coordinate: and provide administrative -

support for\ graduate -

program front Florida's

state universities in U. areas.
The appointment will enable 1 THE P

Dr. Humphrey to dowse leis Ml ,

efforts 'to coordmaUac: FICUS I1i HAPPYFFERENCE'

program in East OeUii Ftoria. ; I SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN

lie has served ia UK rule .a a B

parttime bail. tiact January. ia ; WHERE GOVERNMENT-INSPECTED

addition t. ......* tbe p rt efTO "
W1UUAM JWWHrvounwioii OCRsIaR #

.wa w CWZAafTA... Renas..ra 4 r PLEASURE t BEEF I+a NEEDSlESS000KINGTIME .
........ seugbN UnI 5555 won OF .Toa.. bets.are / ,
xi i* q. ID Ik*
H.MVUMI (1t.. .1IiII ,11 ttlhoo SMt..t" P1.01da 10
...I tin IN+.XI CVuty law .hkwejeMag >
naia ., which. hl: I
rriaa CetQ) ATINO. BANK,
'w., M5o_. nSUELLr a Chuck Steaks IY.t 59c
Gun *Jm. twraa u IRKXH A.
eairiTta. to* saw al. Defend'Mm
M ttaavwnr Nw IMUe.TH ,

.r.'.......Miim sat hi.( ibis.....nil,. u morlgigeaW e for*.
sail. wehv plaintiff. uatedvviatto
>, I. ICS end recorded
.Vo.mtr 3*. !b1. U Official' Reo Short Ribs lb. 49Er
.sets Bauk IKt rare IM of lit
P MKftamrd* .> Brevard County, .
FlHlota. ..a...a>ar" puree .* ,..... of properly Loa tIf
rated. eltliaie, sad being la Hid.
Cu..., aid Slate, to-wIO
Lot *. Block S. Clear. Lake Tar
net ffubdlvialon. aocortflns' lathe
Plat thereof recorded In Ground Beef 49c

J Records Florida Flat: Book. of lI'B Pan.J03C Publlo, ; "

.lo file your anawer or other writInn If 'r
ilrfenapa ta lb. Complaint will .
Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court ot .
Itrevard County. riorlila. I I. till" r
proceedlnp and to serve a copy t
thereof upon the plaintiff attornryi -
whole name and aildrom ,: t
are hereinafter set forth l .
aa required by law. not liter this ,
Ini 17th day of 8nilomner 1U04 In
default thereof the cauw will pro.
coed t* parts upon the entry of 1? e a
Iw rue Pro Cuntrn.o agalna( you. / PRICES '
WITNESS my hand and the of- EFFECTIVE
noel' ..il of aald Court In nr..
card County. Florida, this 1411. 6y I r TUES. & WED ONLY
l ,j
Soy Augurs 1W.4 Aaasr
(ICOCCurtIsEHLparnes: Clerk ul vt ,;, /;, SEPT. 8 & 9, 1964 CLIP AND REDEEM

the circuit Court t
IIYi: V *. Hpanilor
LKWIgAtlnrneyi -- '
for Plaintiff :: dairy specials .
Wi North Court B'rcitPout } S&H COUPONSjmWiYwsc
Office Box 8226

Orlando AUK. IT, !4 Florida. 81 Sept 1 (Mon.) M4MJTK o cfoturt produce lane Borden Tasty

HUNT'S DELICIOUS Buttermilk Biscuitsfrozen ( '
'K: OK HrAHIMI O1III Jumbo WcsttrnHoneydews
Notice la hereby given that a TOMATO 6 reg. 49c J1i Green Stamps
uul.llo lioui-linr will be held In the ,, tong '
County Commlo.lon.ra Ream .f.aPe.r1./MdS./A I
Court Hutton rituavllle, Vlurldi' a.
at 103(1: ( O'Clock. AM. H.'plom- LISTIRINI TOOTH fASTI
bur.H. 11164. to hear objiutlona. I It CATSUP > foods 2 s t, .1.. 59e
any to the entabllihniint of' tUulkhnad "
Line ai shown and t 1* lnllrM WM Seat. *, 1M4
described bulow; ); ,; Minute Mold Pink or RayLEMONADE frttO | \AAAAAn A A ft A ft A Art oooS
Deatrlptlon of a propound bulk.
head line In I Bttutlnn' 251. Town.hln 1C
U Mouth, Hinge III Ca.t. Urevord
County. Florida ca. 49 ,1 C !
Commence at a Point that In tbf 1O soM !'IAm50
Intaraeitlun of a line panllil I tovnlorllna 6... .
6 69c
ore sec Old V* Hlhuml
way No. 1, Beinln. R. lI ::5"E.,1 cons
-Ii.I ;
end 725 (hernfrom LIMIT 1 PER Green Stamps
al II.anslea andMuutli 151 CUSTOMER WITH i .44*>"leeMM.WMK.eMt> I
hue. tteuond: of Addition IS, intendedUaiurly 10 In PURCHASES 0' $).00 OR MORE Birds lye W/Muihrooms French HELENS CURTIS OR
dime River City: ia reonrded In CUT BRICK HAIR SPRAY
1'lat Hook 9. Pap H. I'ubllo II.... BEANS small sue
ord. uf Urevard County, Horldaami MM BM
,, : "I'M W"", ,."' Iwo rjoitt
point being the Mine aidmiribrd
In Clam Hr Hoard 9 OVOOVVVIOVIIIUIIJoupkgl. ) )\
:: 01.
(prtlfliate of Approval I fur H: 3 S"j
II bli.hmint of a llulkhral, line .
No. | ((01-ft) mm rnordril In the '" I
tlty of Tltuevlllii Florida Ord ,;,
'Inane No I-11x14 dated JinuaryJ8. r 50 TIAm50

'nc 1IHI4 li li'v.': : : \ having a curve a

an lung,I "a nt bearing raillua of of R 3414 1$'M M'U"Seth H,, ;. Ix1 a Breakfast Club Grade A Fla. ,. J"/ Green Stamps!

Ihenu Routhenaturl 1 along: aalii <4.lgaHtea*>4*
curve thru a untral. ai Rle of lit,* =:
II'.." an ere dlalanie, of Sri HI ? : Med..um'Eggs HILL HORS MIAT ft T !

font feet:: ;tu thinre a pulnt: a on 1t'I1'b7"E Ihe Mouth;; edM Line l 014 dos.39c 3 toll cans 69c '

of Lot >l. entitnilnd ";".Ierl,. olanil know w..i. ..... ( taw fT
,. Second Idltlon lo Indian _
Klvnr Llty, said point being the Heinz Rich 'n FlavorfulTomato
Inlnt' of Pr inning: throw eons
Ilinie; H3T-CWM t? 57/411 fuel la
a point on the Southerly line of (t.
Lot IM, Third Ariillilon In Indian lOc 150mlp l.rBAm50R'
jibed: Cliy, aa rennnlyd In tint Soup 0 .
Bunk i 4, I l'ogn II, Publlo: lloiurdif
llren.nl (ounty' Florida. laid
point belli. N. 1i1'It'I\II' E:!? along, .Jiff Green Stamps
09 Mid I tent Woulhprly from I the lire tenterllne of; lot:,: IK of, CMt 74"i :,, IU,r'* (Limit) 1 Please) i .....1._........._...

H',, Highway! No t Bearing I, ../..'i Mashed Intent Pvteleet
a5'2"2"H.,' 5
FOB, qt.decanter. 2 8-Servings 50e
Tomato Juice 1ge
All lnlr itnd .
persona may
ulna Weat artI IM4
prar and ha lirmd alh.. time
aid pine homed, abnve 800 o' o ooc8
Hv Order ff lha Roar'I at

('onnl',. Flnrlda ninmlaiiloiiera. Annul'. "n.Hrrvardlounly 1064, All Purpose (Limit 1 Phase)
'MAIItMANIIDAIIII '''!\''"T y: Ti reiaii n*j !Soml Am50
III 5y, (OltNTY Crisco Oil. 24 of. 1'ge ,TREE

fiMMIMHIONKIIMItrirVAIIIl VLOIIIOA, : COUNTY 1: .: ..,,- ..' ---.............. bot. J"( Green Stamps

PEAL: ) I silt II,_sad twd5.51
Ail|. SI' 31, Ki.pl 1 (Won) IMIDADDY Bumble Bee Green LabtlChunk

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to build parks and sidewalks. 10

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' Schedules Of School Buses In North Brevard Area Are Announced

List Includes Service To All

1 Nine Public Schools In Area Sla.d."otaIE

Karl: ROM. Director or Tr.nt. rrollllo' Trailer Park 117 Aura,.
po.I.UOD fur the 1I..rd C"oDlv tia Kottil. H:39 Burkholm Road
lIu".d ut Public In.triKtlon .haartlFHMMi I M KUhrv Head. '.9 Arrl\e
the Nurtb Hr\ard Mthoulbua ; Mini Elementary: The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents
Uinliilfe fur 1 lh. tint day of _
nbuol BCDI.mb.T. I, Unlv the me)- Bt 8 NO, I67-n:7:: n m Joel '--- -- ---- ---- -
ur etnpe tin Hated In Ibe follu.In .- A\On.. all M..om..y Road. lecHon C TlFuSVILLI, FLORIDA, MONDAY, SiPTIMBER 7, IH4 P.g. 1-C
/ nlKxIiiIroTirltllLK: I.:II R", 'kM Mot*). 140 aim .
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: HIUH rUHOUL Arrive Mlnit Klemenlaryntary .
\I.wdr. HI.lt> Pay. it7I.. R. D. Offlra. T:M ..
Bl'lf NO In' T Ul) e m. Lord DUN 1110. /-LAO a m 1147IIrYII TI-Ca Airport Road 1 17 Indian' New Bell Will { !"- j( ,t :
.Btiwl. Tul: Hiotuiiiuor, P 0.. .T: bMifuoo Mawr '.00 Arrl\ Mama lal' HI.11I11.. 1.110 Arrlva Parkway "Red-For-Safely" Be Fu wgnv.lewaara'r .. 'r"f' ,
Avenue 7:00: Spent er a, Jr. HIri. '" I '''' v
7:11: Ulllenwaler. T.13 Jon. llttKON HfHIIOLII i ,
Urutiiry 7:45 Arrive Tllunvlll.Hlfn lit grade only BUS NO. IT .raere I.", :
ettboul. 11:8l am. Highway No. 4e Woat l BUS NO 131 T:OS n m Varlely Worn School Palrols lr'7
11411: Aldrrinane Slop 11:041:" ", Mtore, T:X Arrlva Olbionffibool By
Bl'1I NO. 132 7,110 .,m. 1':1: ('bl'k.. Farm. IIM: n m, Turn ) :' :
DukrHoldur Road 11. (
Palau Moll 7 02 Gloria Avenue Kant at MMiibinbaa :
t:ul Moniiinmi-ry Koad. 7Urlenilo :<1\1 H.l.hm. II .M Pine and. Bl'8 NO. 131 = T:40 a m. Bre, A nrw 'rcil her lafety' belt A. they have fur HIP UM 10 .
hood. 7:id lonmi Avenue Hlmk tlum LI; :ut ii,m. Arrive Mimi yard Liimbrr ('nmpanv,1:62-Ac: ..
1.10 lloinre. 7:II Hi.rn,lone Klemenlary.!: o.la Orove T:17 ttarrru rnui-t. It Joining the familiar bright yearn. children will ntnml, gaud,I .
Ueraiio 7:1.: Uolui-n IIh...... 7::14 I ,IM Ht Mary. Church. I. UNevlna while belt and shiny til\tr badge: it Iniiuninriblc crosslind irinin"I \ 71'
Aura nil* Road. 7 ID tiurkholin HUH NO 100 1 48 a m. Tine Packing Mouae, in Arrive "
Hoed 7 17 Arllniclun Avenue. 7:in and UMukgum. I.M Arrive MimaI Ulbaon HihoolBt'S at nrveril curnrri manned by that country to main nrtiin lluirirhiNil '
..l loIod"r, Mlallon. 7 SOHKkct *:It nn ulury. \-r .
Went : '
the Si'html Pulrol In the iniilei will hole acre '
Muti.I. 7::4. Airlv lllu.ville .- VO 1:13i':18: : am. War. SliMy puss ,. ,
Hmb School I.t Or..11 Only Bus NO tot rep Luurl. Til: 81 Mary e rhurih. East Florida AAA Dlvlsinu this lilt' "
11 a era. Pine IIr". Eotalra: Till:: MIUhclle Urorrrv. TilV.rlrlv \ r
BUS NO. 1,id -.:in ..m. Hl.h- 11.116! e.mJouee 1It.oo" Avrnun. 11'11I\ tllor. T 21 Ntvlna I'aik. )ear Whin AAA InuiiKiimtuI (InproKimii '
way to el Kelner, 7 2J Hlne mlfepruie. Uronrry.11:11:! It.H'krt Mop InaIIOHM. T'III Uravaril. Liiuilirr UP' are expirlmenting withan the in ill, 'nl rate in '
7:So Arilvi. Tltuaville | |. 12:1111: pm Arrive Mima ble-: t''III'.V.' 1:16: Arrive UlbaunHihuul
Hub nirntary iridescent retlorunKC/ belt toSCHOOL'S this age group wait high: Mil, {

Inns nottil "Sinn- MINI Hit '
HIS NO, 1h7-rig.:'' J.rretle lal Oracle Only Bin No (4 -- fltLKN rlrMhMAHlllirae
llox 7:,(,S IUI|>n IIh"r". a. 1164 am, 3147 Itryn M."r. 1301p : .. lBl -..l rate hn lirtn tut l h> iium Than ii
7:11: Mandleh' Plaatli.. T:IK Juhu. .m. Arrive Mima blrmrularyr.tHH :' 'II NO in T,4ii a m Hrevard 1i
hit.l And I In Floniln IKIIINII
unihrr Cl 7U put
pupa. 7/:1::1 Chicken r.im' 1:97:: 'niuaiiy : AL '
Hail Hull lite) 7:11I: : carpenter Al' JK Hit.., IKHOOL o.la Oruvr. 1:61: 'larrea Court, rots have one of the ltmri.1 1 ai<:i \
and tinker 1:1111: larumler .nil 140....... 7-HI I tilt "1. M.ry'. 'bun-b. '.111 Arrive PEN '
Aleihue, f:5h: Airlvl Tlluavllle: BI'S NO 164 7111, am LordMtwl Coyly GlcnirninryUMI ili-iit ritei in tin mwilry "
7 :IBI ntlnmnor I' t).. 7'lID
Huh Mugoiin Avpniin. 7.n. Hurni'era.. .I'/ NIMI Nil II In addition tn "ui"pl.Miiu! IUIHHI ..: ';;', ,' "

HUN NoM:; --T:15 m Old Til: l.lllmwilere. 713 Jonredroocry riKMaNT\Mt: ll.reilre tUt -., ... new bills mil badgen)! ) HIP nuitnr, '
Dl 1.1. Highway tBmk a( Kelly 1:311: Arrive Parkway Jr. Undo Onlv. """II Nil, ll_ .,. ti' i rt/
lllilril 1.m Bull I'elk Hood T:17 High II 41 am, Lakreiilr and ('rulinUi Ing oruinlritkin' u ilinlrlliiiliiiu! ,. .-
No. 7 U Kentuiky >5 iim Arrive VMil.pnhi, Hllla Malta t-ntlllul
Highway 411. : 39IKK: ) roloilntf
Avenue. T:Jl Nlihulmia Hliwt IH'H NO. 1:12-7: 00 am, II': bliniratary ENTERTAINS: KIDS Cumdr r iwiudM ( the \111 iliffeicruci between Alien and
7,M Park and Main 1:111: Unriltn Patio Motol 702: limit Aveiiue. ,'. "My Own SuMy Stury to clfini
and l>...... .. 7::41i Arllve llliu 7:114:i> Mnnlaomrrv. Hnad, 7:1141: Orlanclo RIM NO -1:05:. a m. Lakeiilile 'nUry grad< nhiml rlulilrpnIn Slevt \ln ( USN rit ) wan KUIHI "enter.tamer Afilofln annruiln lie also amused therounpstcrs
(Kind T:IM 1'enna. Avnnue. and Crubo. I an Arrlva WUUuerIni r",, I
vllle High J during Tli Hutarv Club with caiUntiis! In which several
7 ]III "".n. .. 7 11 Hcrndun. Hllla KlcrmntaryHMr.H $ I the n.itfrn hnlf of Horldi! /: )
BIV NO 36T:25: ..m. I'errlub u...... 7 1.1 Oolilin, IIbo..... 7:18: fatlior son day ID vvliah suns of nu'in- buys look part. I'lcturrd ahuvt U Comdr,
Auranlla Hoed, 7:111 Burkholm give tuvon tlmusund mfily Mrntir(
7 7Cllrui : \ It.\I'
Drive, 7:28: Texan Avenue kl.kvlk\TAaT
Drive. T::Jl Avon Lena 7:30: Rand. 7:11:: Arlington' Avenue. 7ty am...ion )1Bl -..> calendar are bring disliihulcil hi'rn were IKIIIHI'cd Ac, p.iilty Crowd fillttl Slt'Vt'nllol\ drawing It cartoon for Dry an

Diamond Road 7,45 Arrive TlluUvll. well it. HlnilHlr .Htatlnn. f':J" 'H N/). 311 11:30:: n in, Catalina (artfully the Whl H'rini; lulls dining PMIIII to And flunk VVInstratl nm: \f( President
a High Hoik.I MotH 7:;J5 Arrive 1'ark and IjiKeilvw, I,J3 Lakovlew and tu elementary ached
way Jr High '.....rlv. 1:48:: Arrive !Khervlewtlrni. __ with I ilofin tu fit watch Stivi-nson, a nntUm.illy known KdyVinaleuil. extreme right I (S-A
HUN NO. 104 :: Old Dixie/ Hlh- : .'alary lncrrae the mfily (aitor in I rla..rtHIIIII'1
..... 1:M mm. Dairy Hud 7.J8Mhailv UIH NO 1367.14 am, gland __..- Iriffit. iltuition fur artist who drew u lynilltiittil l ft-utiue atone Photo,,)
Oake North 1::al DUIe and till elation. 7:1:III Mima Pro. group: that already has one ,
Frank hulk
time for lliuk in
frlr Perk, 7:.il Kel Avenue 7:80: J.'it. 7::Jll Onkwood Trlr Park. lug NO 121--1.l6 n tn niil I the afoul rcionln iiluxil ihlldren. During the first wt i' drput
7 SI Putt lirove txlali-e: 7:16: 1111. MlKhway ..tI, V thaw. .
Li-nore Avenue, T,4J Arrive 11- trowel Inn In each of HIP
luavllle High Weliba. Trlr. Park. 7M: Temple, I Jl. Nhaily Oaka North I .K ." hail Holghla. 7.1 mi, Nkhola Road T.45 Aana Date 11:2lid:: Klule Trlr UKlHlim'i 11 offlrirn( will wear
Airlve Parkway Jr Hlgb lark. I.to Arrive Klvcrvlew fclenwntary !: Director of Traffic and Solely .
Ol'S NO 4a 7:1&: ram. Caryrotor --- -- --.- the f.mlllir white In It iml! ba'hltt

and C.lnltan.7.17 L.kovh'. hl'lI NO. 151 '::20 .,n,. JIIab N1111)H tI hlekTKTILrudra to rvnund' tmmticii, I hat
and lIonrly, 7:20:; U.rd.n a A. wen 411 01 Kaia-r 7:23: Pin. and III'H NO. TT .I a m 4-1.15 1.11,
a lea, 1:80: Arrive Tltuiivllle 11 nil. tprur.n. '.40 Arrlve Parkway JUII. lI.k..r.I:12. : .. Allrnil.li> end Alai.hnaa III'" NO Iv I ''MI a m, old School Upon! Drive Suftly"
==- : for High 14 Carpi nlir anil Uevrrly' a lulanlrn 1w11e Highway .1 I I' (haw a.
BUS NO TT T:oil a.m. Tropic ( and akevlrw. I.W Arrive I" Mltaiv. t.Mae Nout b, a rah POLITICAL NOTICEGoldwater
and Koi kpl6 7:08:. Hlblatua" end HI" NO. l.T TIKI' ..m, Jarrrll Ulvurvlow. Llemenlary. Airport Hued.. '.1& Arrive' hiayvi'wElrmrnlarr
Pollieetta 7:01: Hlnnli.lun Aw ue HAPPY
: a lion. 7.11 Ralph' Hharpe.
No, HUD. T:U Uanlin end. Anna, 7." Mundlab Hlaatlia. 7:18:: John- Ill'M NO hill-121 m. Tltimvllle III'H N1.11 I 'Ml a m Mobileinor
T 13 Uanlin and l-iiir Circle. 7.it ...,,'., 7 XI ('hit'krn Ya" m. 7 :11 Trlr Park. I,.'7 Penn HI.la alt:) Bifvaril I.umbermnany BIRTHDAY
Arrive riluavlllo huh Hull (Hub Ilia I. 1:iU Carprntrr Trlr Path 1:1 Huffeln' Kueilm (''' II 15 Arrive ItavvlewI for President Supporters are invited to
and. ll.kfr. 1:11D Uardpn Aa Mulille Manor, a:0/: Hrev.r.l. III..m.nl..y.:
LIB NO hit-lilt: ? em. IVnn alee. 1:411: Arrive Parkway Jr umhtr ixnpanv. II :M Biiffalnlloml Tuesday, September |
Itl.,. Trlr. lark T:* Buffalo High I.3T Halle Trallrr Park, lift I NO lea .. a no a m. didIllghnav
Koad T,IB Htanclanl oil Hlallon I 46 Arrive Rhervlrw Urmrntary: Ulnae Avon lane. t Utlirranry Delorri Loili>yMurvln meet at the building the corner of U.S. No. 1 1and Julia
7TJ k wood Trailer Park, 7:11I: Ill'N0.. ST -Old Dlile Hlgb Avvnun. I..4 Mlmo KiminiMklliniM [ on
PIne drove 1.lol"H.!: 1:2.:: Webb "way 1:1): em, Avon Lane, 7:17 HI H Ml' III I.Oil a m. Kalr I...... 1115 oak lark Trlr lark,
Tray Perk 7:21: r:Ilia lane. fall: Uulry Kind T:2U: tthady Oakl Olen. 182 Mill-ran,I Balaam I,mKirn .It Arrive llnyvlew hlniiitutarvBli DavU
leaaio SUtl.ni and llliih"ay No North T:JU Arrive Parkway Jr. and harden. I VII harden -
4'. T,sa. Weatwood Drive. T':JO HlgbBl. Hlllliip. Loa Arrm Hlvervlew rln.menlary : NO 42 1,i* em, fair Mrs J. t. ilirrliUuli Street on the evening of Thursday, Sept. 10th at the hourof
Buffalo Hoed 7:4: Arrive Tllua Uli-n 1 Wl Llarewood end Vlilrrg : Vnptlik Sr
villa lllih NO 87 '.8:1.: m. Uliaily i.. KVrn. and IJarilcnla (In.In.
7 65 I" Airlva llavvlrw, W T. blown Jr.
Oaka truth Arrive Parkway ilrnirnlaiv44MM
HIM NO IIP T::20 aim tihoanil : Jr. Mlgh VIM NO. I Old Mule.IllnhwavI I'" t ii 4.M. gal seven o'clock.This .
DlHlia T:11 Clolfvlew end 'M a m. Avon tan. I .IN l>la' I Iiradra. i'l Dubby retch

HllliUle. T:20 Her n a and King hug NO 4.1 7,1& a,m. Carp mind ttond.. a *" link Park Trlr IllH NO IIJ I III. a ni Hi.hrve Mm, betty C..ntll.rWdntldl' .
direct, 7:2U Lane Avenue mid .n'or' and Catalina. 7.11 Lakrvrrw I'ark I:Mi. Arrive Hlvervlew Earnlntaryr :: way 4116 and II''. (.. I lit .
Hnillh Dllve Hush 7:Ul mill. and Hroorly 1'00 Arrive Parkway I'lei k a. tUU .o\arlv. ('o ul". ..,.. is a Citizens for Goldwater meeting without
Drive .n.'I'k. 1.4J. Arrive Tlluavllle Jr. IIIlCh. 1I.nar, Beprembtr I

HlMliHI Ill'" NO U ,,,11II. on. Uar. Mil Wilbur Love
BUY) NCI,, TT 7, 40 a m Porn din and (hriaimaa U HUg NO "4 I 13 ,
'* NO I ; ;: a m. Lak.. flnKlFllla i Uriltt:: 7:40 Hlblatua Ilanlrn end Petty: <'lr o'II'.8ft, Her- f'I', aim I .u'i-h.UrPr': M "nn1 lien Joipphum regard to Party Affiliation at which will bo discussed
aide, and hobo, 7,28 II.rmua4.. .ud PolBwitie.. 7.U Arrive Parkway den end Rm.wa. I 81 Arrha It...... Park. a U TMe Anport kind.
tounlrv Lane T::28 m m Vllle end Jr. High view AleiminiaryIIL8 ; I M Arrive Coquiue' "IOII'I..r, Jury WlngoMn
Overlook 1 11IJuno NlaM Mlreet,
7.45 Arrive Tltuaville lllihBt SI'S!! NO. 1 bile Manor, T:111 Larry a Orlvrla, don and Hlllliip. IU thrleimee North and IM No t, I IIIiili Angela Belinda Wrl.lit
'" NO. 173-7:00: a m. Highway T:14 Perrlan Dr end Dlila VII Hill at:IT Morgan Drive. 111 | .pln. > Houlh, and I'It No I:
4ie(' and Mix' Curve 7:04 Darken ,lane. 7:1J'1: (llrua Drive. T 411 Bre I'ell y ('In.,In. I au Arrlva Hlvar a :JO Illlnola and, J...."' I il Bar
and Cut off 1:11: Looke ..ndl'o'.rldll" ward Lumbar looo aid I'" N,,. 1. view Klpmrntnry and k.pn.ldeanti the United States. A organization will be
1:13: Dardrn and Lena '.110 Arrive Parkway J. High.Blot ran, 1.16: 'IIY'I': '., I and (lid Tides permanent
7.14 Aiilmnl Ilimpltal T:IS Iroutrlal .
tot Oraile Only HI. NO n IOI"r. Iea An-Ivo l'nUnuna IlamrnLrY :'
Kalalre 1 1:25: Arrive Tllu. Ntl J 7:311: a m. Leka II ,41 em, Alacbue and Allen High new
vllle High aide and (rubo. 7 M Arrive Park Dale II 411 am, rerpenler andDeeuvllle formed.
war Jr. High, U 5u Ukevlrw. andlleverly II U loirM I'1611. kill IK
Ul H NO, 04 --7.111 ..In. Mood Tuesday Sepfember III
II:65 Harden and Hill ll.railre I 11ni
and Johneun. T.II Cleveland and BL'$ NO 112-7.15 am A.Inml .- trap' ILi.: Uardi-n and) I'ntiy Abbot 7.11 llwy No 8" luacer llwpllal IM Jobueon and. 12:M "n. Arrive' Klvervlew Klitmentary : 'e el Mhlluh,, T"H7 Hell Mul-l,
or. lined, 7';JU Welunatim Mm (KIM I. 7:M Cleveland and 7 HI Alli-nhural ri,b I'emp, T 12 II() 20 p.in, 415 pin Citizens Committee to Elect GoldwaterKNOW
I'rtliharU T:JO Arrive riluavllle Uneuhill. T.M a.m. Arrive Park- Jonre on Hani Hoed. 111 Haul.
High wry Jr II"ghBl 111'1 No 111 IJO a m. OMI ever Koad. 7 II Kanlnrdiv 7 4tiArrlvd Wtdnetday, Bep Mull, ead Kel ago ( Ttluavlll Hlgb/ 'M Arrive t
Dig NO. It Old U 1. No 1 NO 42 -1.10 m. Hood Mendel. I W : old; 1'-: :..- I'...... Junlup. Ilitlt I lit 1044/ I m 434 i mU Pot. r
bnulh. T:ft mm.. Hre.>ewav H..t. and Horny, 7,:33 l xke end tolrrlilga mat, I'4> Arrive Itlv...... rie: Wbiiprrlnl 11I111 Eirmrnlarv' 1117 (IPd. MY}
aura ul. T:K rlorlile Wondvr 1:18: Nun Valley t JO HoraeMaaih m.,,,'... 11.1. KN'mrntarv .01 pm 458 pm
land, 1:14:: Pine Lene end Oak. on Highway' *i4. 7 45 Arrive -- --- -
T Jll., nqulna end <'eplon. 1M: Paike-ay Jr High.
Arrive Tlluavllle llmhBl .

Blot Nil 647,30/ m m. Moutb. I .
'8 NO h4)-7l0: e m D.le l- hound I I' H No. I. 1:111: Hopkini .n. f1'blfMa..
>plna North and IH No I. T:llJerery > and IIlIno'...'. 1.2 llopklna amitijlbwey -Aar' T"n 4.y1':
and Illlnola, 7..IT Barclay' T,41 llnpklna/ end HOIIIHIveil 4.:
end tamol, 7.IM ...,..nll'A' anti 11 """'
7.4ft Inecreal and I'Ini* l I.ane. =Itte04..
.'ay T:24 H ill). office. TiWTMo 7:16 Arrive Parkway Jr. High' .. w
Airport Hoed 1:41: Indian r1MNI
WyOr Ylilna. "::40 Arrive TlluavllleMUM III'II NO :IJ 7 Jo." a m. I'If va- \ 1If...' '" .,1 :
JI'lb.' laud and Abbot. 7aII: Highway Hi N Y .. Ih 'I" I
anti, Tuemrora Heed T:M II ,
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...I.U..T"tIfOOL kill. and I K. Avenua. T IT H.IPkliia F: 1Leal \ ': 1 14yy.
I IrrN.. l.ei cod. Ix-leaulna. TaJ: Arrive ....." at IM:1K'i: Nit! .
ttlt NO 7104-- f' HeottaaniHir ..N .. ..
mm Perkeay Jr. JI'.h.' 41'11 &'t 1 t' DID OU
1',0., aO:.: Ma.aoe Avenue. ..... Le.. K:: (a Nr \\1 4i \
I JK stir' '...er a. I 21 UtI"'n.....'aDo I \ : PTL\\.. ". ih r... .
> Janet Iroti-ry, '40 ArriveMima HI'I NO 10 T:2* am. Kr.ear r1n r... .. "
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bUmentary; war 1lsNeuranl 11N bia wl' ; ;. t f'
W.indrrutud, T M pine Lane and 1- .:
Bin NO 1JJ TM:: am. Pine Oak, ,.. Ctqulna an.I I..l>rnni r \ ': J21lr.;; 1 \ "\ \
Unive Kauiea. I JO Arrive Mime 4a Arrive Parkway Jr Iligh. In'I\1'j : itr'I M I/ 140'6 r'
.lemenlary .. ,\ ;: \: .. ..\
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BtM NO 1U 1111 1ft. High' lilt NO IM III a m Old Ar't'N : "''' ''I \ '" -' \ ,,' : ; 1 : Ia\\
Nit 4fl. Y I II .. Dlnlr bark of Kelly Hull.l.ri 111 MNI 1'1' IM I a'" Mi. ..
way ftalphi Hharn a. X411 pI 1 N
06 Hlnklei. '.:/I { ...'.. a :mtulllv. ball park road 7:11: Highway ; I ..1'. ? \ r : '' .
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.. .. 1,12 iiHHrn. raimI M ..1 1 It... KenllKky Aveaue j.I.rl.i .wow'. ,... : : ire .. 1
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14 Kvtura in .1o..1II..r i 1t.,1 I Ia as C1' yNm 1 ny1 : \ wl ""

LlmiinlaryBt.:II t amulxill. 1 4o Anlv, alma ParkwayHl'e :1 1'::rHM' 1' ri i "... MII I 1'0',0'.1/' IN f .. M, ?

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Insuranco CorporationCITIZENS ,


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District 15

Provcn Leader, Aggressive, @ TitusvillcV OlrlcKlnuri Lurg(: t FiiiancinlHivernide Iu lutiou

Independent, Honest, For ut Hruad. 'I'itllM nill( .,w/.. .. *...

The Best City Government

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f -, A.;. I-C .-. Tltvsvlllo (PUrlds Stir Advocate Monday, .....M.. 7"lM4; I ,


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CROSSWORD National City Travelers Checks which we can sell for whatever yo)u want to buy

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Thanks For Support 41.Quick "0

: Deaf Ann Landers: Recently person I've ever known. I wal 4elllMlId.Oblll'Vft* OPS BEEN GO BUSy {
.- you had a fascinating letter in. particularly taken by her these :_ ,AT ALL EVENINI9'f/ IN THEIR ROOM SIFEP

"' your column about. men whoa nut hair' which fell to her kneel '8.heroin Hardy A I

wear wedding ring. I agree when she took out the pine

with you. It doesn't mean i On Sunday! she showed up for

a thing our dinner datewith a boyish minutes away from us yet h'-;;; ----iji.rtFi'B1" Hatai'O oHI
My bu band'. wedding! ring bob It made me sick, I told IHIIICAU LINK, 1
they have dinner here mother TO WHOM IT MAT CONCCnNKoilrai ) ,
)left a very deep Impression on her I was amnzml she would do la lipMhr Slv.n ,, TOD
: me or I should say on my lip such a foolish thing. She wept always telephones the next pul.11to' Searing will bo hind .:t'h.:' I IMRAERNATHYHA9
to she herself ( unly roinmlmlnnpra Itiinm,
when he hit me during our for half an hour and said 1 was morning say enjoyed Conrt rimii, Tlluiivlllp/ ......Id.,
.. 10:mi (Clonk) A.M" .Hpplpmbpr '
I honeymoon. cruel to make so much of it. 24, 1M14 (/o hoar oMmtlona, If .nv, 0 0 >' u
Bruce was one of those beauti Frankly, 1 have considered! When I enter a room I never til Iko wlobllnhmpnl o( o Hulk...
hr.d Lln..h.wa oat
fully-mannered foreign phonies breaking oft with the woman fail to goaround and shake trihed hrlowl" I

lie was the first on his feet bemuse she showed such poor hands with everyone. I learned DrwrlpKnil, of a rrnplakrml ."J,, .

when a lady entered the room( judgment. Do you agrt'e- this custom from my mother .hln:,: n I.I.Mouth:In H-wtldii Hangs' W 85, cast n.:

the first one with the cigarette M_ L M.Dear and have been told by ninny Hrrvard County, tlurlilu.Ilrsln IC HE MAKING NO.,. MIT HC NEVER
that wish ( .! a point thai .In the ATERRIEILECRUSH AMPROORESSIYUMYUM
: they hey could do( it.
lighter and the first one In M. I*. M: If you would I In'.r"'flo' hi .t linn n "llrl |o TrIERE ON HERYOU, ;WOW TRYINdf ti
the lifeboat (We were on the suppose the woman who wrote break off with a woman because would consider this "groveling," Hn. I, .ihnrlnt, 18'6&'U" O'DAYjHy4a ,1 w
Andrea Doria). sir cut her hair there'ssomething too. K.) and 7U: f..i ''h r.'ru'n ma.- THE 'laFAMOU
> courtship 'wed l it rllhl inik-i awl (ih. Hkuih
After a four-week wrong with your linn of tul I II, .m,>Alml| Kixjily.: y
: I married this royal fourfluxher, Dad. The person who Is able to give Mwonrt AililHInn,! In InrtUn' lAvrr FASHION
judgment '
something extra finds true It y. a. rwfifileil I'lai HonK 2. MODEL. J
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and th* wedding ring was know 1'o A 71, fuhllit An-nHn irf Hnyuril 1
idea. I confess the double-ring Hair grows,, you and Ina friendship. The one who gives c-uuniy,, Flnrhla.I Ml| jolnt' y r
few months she will be able only what he thinks he hsing| Ib* oame .a JUnrlb( : .il In >- flPC9 U e0
ceremony sounded very romantic can Mho' IIP. Hoard' r11t1N1., of (s sa
to .attach a hair' piece which will spare cheats everyone particularly Aiipravil tar Hilibltxhmrnt' > .
and it was easy for me to look like her own. If you're Hulklip> Mno, Nn 6e-a.e H? K
to It. himself. DAUGHTER rwor.lrd |la th. rily nf Tllynvlllp.
agree ; : :
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searching for an escape hatch, OP SWEDEN Florliln, Ardfnino No. i-iwo
I am no longer married to lal.il J>nu.ry IS LAIN: lhrn>. ddbD
however, this one Is ss good as Dear D. O. S/: ToMo Weeks thru 0 curv. inn.ivxl "o.lh.rt"1'1I ZDo
Bruce and you can bet your bsvle. a um nt Iwor- :
husband does any. from me to you. : : 1e4d11y"N., ,.d:; ?,,.
boots my present Ins nf MILE lint; lhmw. Mouth. { PUT I'M THE WEALTHIEST, IUN.IVa1TJUm
not wear weldinu ring and he Landers rMii-rly along old aiirvn Ibruoonlril 0 fuUR000DRaAaDN Dear Ann MOTfIIDIBLEEyACHEIINI
: never wlYr ,-.. lIAPP? TJOW ttmeS'I have wanted! to: write to Ann Landers will! be glad to dlnt.nr! l' ,.M ntl'le Ins M W",JrIII.: ; ...'*..arc K MY PEAft, ppo, MR, IN TCwN-aiva MS OMBOOO ,
I hl'lp'IJU with ymir" pcolilcnHSend : armH-n.' d lye tout to a paint HOW ABOUT BWEAKINO AIIRNATHY REASON WHY YOU
I : Dear Now: Thanks for your' you and comment'about some* them to her In care of nn 'Ib.. Houtk line nf I...' n. en.t.nd.d DOWN AND OIVINQ WOK'TOO OUT WITH /KB.YWAVUM v .l I Io Iz

: letter You realize, of course, thing I've read In your column. this newspaper enclosing a AiHHInn,' :la iiit In.r.isfRr.. :|<|1c'i: ;. n.1FIIHI MEA DATE? Cv of r i II

the jewelers are going to hate Today I must do it. stamped self-
envel. All lnt.r ilDl.( 1W f' S IDET
purians may ID- R j
: us both but I'm pleased that you I refer" to the woman who said ope. pear mil h herd', it lh. Ume 1 tTIw4
and. pl.ra| l named: .bor.. I Il
: supported my position. she despised! people who were lly Ori, .r of Ih. no.fd of
so insecure and that ('only CommUnlon.r.. r
groveling Hr.Mr
ENVELOPES Business Sizes! County Flnrlili l Au iint ft, |11"14. l J1I ayF'a '
they said "thank you" for the /OK H MKKHAM.

Dear Ann Landers: I'm 82, lovely evening three times and Also Kraft Rnvflnpcs: with clasp (ftllA"'ltA HUlA fJ tiP N f'Ot'lIITT d'

I and I've never boon married.All then phoned the next day or roMMIHNIONKHM' ;

of my adult life I've been wrot a note for mailing Full stock at StarAdvocate. JlHKVAUr rUHIIA.) ( COUNTY }

burdened with ailing relatives (ftRAI.IAu
The Swedish
people have a .. 24, 01 ft.pl 1 (Man.! 111II', __
who have kept" me virtually
S .special! phrase which, when

broke. I've never been able to translated, means "Thanks for HOWARD JOHNSON'SSHIPWRECK I JIM'S +wN.w.,1.Mn r _.. Zo )
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think about a life of my own. the last. Even though they BAR I Professional' Ousrintt4 1-i

Last year.}\IJ1.qhe girl of my thank the hostess when they! '.n''.*
"She 45 leave they call the next day and Your Favorite Drinks.
dreams IS a widow

.: years of iV, '''Iia\$ the sweetest t use this charming phrase. Entertainment U & Music. US ID SO, RAJNISH IRC, 1 Block, 2{M5H W. of 1 IJ z) s + r 7 )i7 I

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Several From Counly Listed David Mitchell County Republicans Set September 12 For Campaign "Blast Off" I

Brevard County Republicanshave follow at 7 p.m. Entertainmentwill Melbourne Eau Callie 230
affected Sept 12 to blast be provided during. the New Haven Ave.. 7270522;
Among Graduates At Fla. State Completes Basic .
off the 14 fall campaign withCOP social and dinner hour. 727 0925. /27.0629
and orbit dinner.
Florida State University today MS: Cocoa Beach Judy Anne s Iai National, Slate and local candi Ticket Chairman Clifford S. Table arrangements will be In
announced a list of 989 graduateswho Madill BS bus.: Eau Gallie i Training Aug. 7 Reuter, Jr., said ticket are groupings of ten. To avoid last
dates and dignilariea will be available at all four GOP Headquarters andto
minute confusion
completed their work duringthe James Auten Farrington It. Stephen mating
honored. Mrs Gary Wander
third trimester. Although Paul Farrington. BS >ocwel David E. Mitchell 17. son ol whose locations are: ensure proper reservations,
most of the graduates particl!. .; Mrs\ Nina Mitchell of 1634.B Chairman of the dinner, announced Tttuaville 318 Washington Mr. Router suggested that the
pated In the commencement Melbourne Mary Margaret enhk Old Dixie Hwy. Tilutxlllc. com that the Gold Room of Ave. 2679472 or 2679473 entire table be purchased in advance

ceremonies on Aug 8 diplomaswere Lewis, BS bus; Beverly Jean pletrd basic training August! Tat the Ramada Inn Cocoa Beach, Cocoa Rucklcdgc. 311 Delanooy, Donations $6.00.
mailed later to 630 candidates Robbins, BS aoc wel., Glenda the Naval Training Center ham been selected at the launchIng 632 0067 or 631: 00,8(\ Mrs. Douglas Spear ll In
for a bachelor'i degree, 218 Great Lakes, III
Faye Goodwin, Arthur James site with a social hour Cocoa Beach 19 N. Orlando, charge of decorations and en'
for a master's and 50 for a doctors The nine week (raining included .
Wright BS ed. Samuel GAsh
; :: I scheduled for II p.m., dinner to Su 3'1920; Su 3 1921 Su 2'1922 torts inntcrst.
down Jr, BA arts & sci.; Earl) naval orientation history and. 1--------- ----- ----- -- .- ----------
Brevard county graduates in C. Benton MS., organization seamanship, ordnance
eluded: and gunnery, military
Titusvillc Larry Van Morgan, Harris Merritt, BS Island nursing Sharon, Raymond Leigh __ drill, first aid and iur\ival TO ALL CITY OF TITUSVILLE VOTERS:
BME music ed; Jackie Rae Anthony Wulf BS soc wel. t During the training recruits
Smith, BA arts & ICI.I receive teats and Intervlewa
Cocoa Charles B. Schnerr, Rockledge. Gene Lowell which determine their future aa. T. PAUL HANEY. M.D.
I Brock, MSSatellite
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alignments In the Navy I'pnn
I Social Reach Patricia May completing the program/ they are
Security Brill, BS ed.; aiKignod to semce schools for
Your children deserve protection against neediest tooth( decay -
Man Coming Tues. technical training or to ships
Just as th.y deaerved and received protection again Polio-Typhoid-'
A representative of the Social Ill)\\ TO SALUTE BUREAU Saluting agriculture throughout and in lUtioni for on.the.job train Smallpox-Diptherla-Whooping Cough-Tetanus and Measla..
Ing a Navy rating! KpecUlty
Security District Office, Day _-:- the state. Governor Farris Bryant proclaims September
hl Naval training produces the The Scientific Truth and the Honest Facts hare shown fluoridation
tona Beach will be In Titusville ;. ES4tkiBiYe 13-19 as FARM BUREAU WEEK in Florida Showing
i Tuesday, Sept. 8th, from 9km. approval of the Governor's action are, from left, E. H power in icarmwrr by supplying of public water supplies to effective against tooth decay IT IS SAFEI!

I to 2:30 p.m. at the Chamber of ".... :\ I Finlayson, Greenville president of the 33000-member ihlpi qualified, planes personnel and shore to man stations the Loading health and research organisations U America, Including the American
Commerce Building, 112 S Florida Farm Bureau Federation; Hon. Doyle Conner, of toclay'i Navy Medical Association and the American Dental Association endorse and
( Washington. Out.f the abundance of the Commissioner of Agriculture; Mrs George W. Munroe,
Persons applying for Social heart hl. mouth speaketh. Quincy, chairman of the FFBF's Women's Program; and support fluorldatlon.
(Luke :43): T. K. .Clane., Jr.. Gainesville, FFBF executive vice tUCTi.
Security benefits
are asked to Your vote for iluorldatlon Is needed on September lib. to IDlllr.prol.ctlon .
1 bring the following proofs when Let us strive to speak good president. A statewide membership drive will be con- .
i, true, positive words from a \ tJ of Titusville children against\ tooth decay.
they come to fI I l Ie. claim: ducted during FARM BUREAU WEEK to bring more
I Social Security card, evidence of heart and mind centered in agriculturists into the organization, recognized as the ,, <;,OJtjCu! :<> CM' A Friend olFluorldatlon\
Cod) a heart and mind filled .
'Ar o *"'
age and a record of "Voice of :
earnings with a loving spirit toward all. Agriculture I (I'd Tot Adv)
for the past year.
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Pa0 4-C ""- "UUWaiJHr: TltusvUleFlorUa( ) ..a.......aU Monday.. Spt.m or JM4 i
._ .! Ealy Assf. Mgr. Eight Estates Are Filed For I

I ?,North Brevard Registered Nurses Indian River J Probate In Judge's Office Here

Set Up Scholarship Committee )Eight estate were fried tot more then 15oe.

''', Rexall DrugIndian 1 probate with County Judge\ Vlrgil Kathryn G Humbaeh. died

After a summer recess from td the agents used and stagci: of I'] B. ConUing during the 6/16/64, more than W.ooo

meetings, the North Brevard anesthesia which are of partlc River Rexafl DrugStore J 1* month of August. 1904, a* fol- S. E. lirtitand, died 8 8 r84. .

Registered Nurses Organisation tier Interest to nurses .r t has announced that Robert lohating probable value ofI value not elated
1 ,a f '
met Tuesday night, Sept. 1, at Following the program, Bert 1. I D. Ealy win serve a* assia- j 1 I I estate Ross Kramer Bush, died

the Friendship Room of the First Mtlntoah Kiwanis Club showed II I tant manager and pharmacist al ) I Benjamin James Cooper died /1/62, leas than $4,000. .

Federal Savings A Loan budding a film on polio and the vaccines I Ir their store in the Indian Rive ,wi 7T64, approximately W.OOO.
which have been to Shopping Center. 7
n. Mrs. Laura Elder, president, Ealy la graduate of Detroit | Harriett Parker Korschen, died
combat It. Several nurses volun a '
I,27/M, more than $1,000. See The
'Conducted the ,
meeting and
appointed teered to help with the Oral College of Pharmacy and haabeen
the Ashley G. Peek, died T/6/64,
following as members Star AdvocateFor
Vaccine program which is to be a registered pharmacist I -
value not stated.Harold
of the
scholarship committee: since 1.M. He aerved with
started 27th.
on Sunday, Sept rr Your
Ferris Schroeder,
Miss ,
Judy Young, Miss Sylvia the U S. Navy at the Naval i-.. .
: Ridge, Mrs. May O'Neal and 8/2/64, more than $10,000. Printing Needs'MOVING :
Hospital In Key West florid Robert D. Lily Mary R. Condo died 7/3/64,
Mra. Conltlln .
This coro'mittee -
Vets Widow \Who and hat moved to the Tituiville
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o will make recommendations _. .
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area this year. :tr! '
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concerning the ,
: nursing
He if originally from Michigaa
: scholarship which Is awarded
by Remarries May and he and Ml family now r.
.. the organization. NEW PUBLICATION The "Atlas of Florida" Is shown side at 440 Key Coral in Indian
: A film. on fluoridation was by Miss Julia Bryant daughter of Governor Farris Bryant River City.Insurers. .' :

: shown Dr. Richard Andrews, Lose Benefits and hostess at the Florida Showcase in Rockefeller

'I local dentist was present and Center New York City to Mrs. L. K. Pach, Miss Wilma I

.-. discussed briefly fluoridation in Col. W, H. Boshoff, Veterans Nork, and the Pach children. The Atlas U the first of Set

water after which he answered Service Officer for Brevard its kind for anv state and has been released by the University I

; .jjuestions! from the nurses. Miss. County, says that In general the of Florida Press .
Mary Quaw Health. Educator remarriage of a veteran widow Cleo Loss Al !

from the Bureau of Dental bars her from receiving any

.. (Ucallk, was also present with lib further pension from the Veterans F-
"TJrature concerning the subject. Administration when such J dhTF Big $S6S Million off 1 r rLd1 rt

e The program: was presented tome pension is based on the fact at ,

Registered Nurses Organization / hor marriage to the deceased. The 'box card guess1 on Cleo'i.! '

along with District 39 of In non-service connected cases n damage to the Florida east coast ,

: m..e Florida Nurses Association children of a deceased veteran U has been let at $69 minion by ''I i|

: by Ray Massa, JtN Anesthetist under the ago of 21, receiving trr' Vie/ Rational Beard of Florida. i, 'n
at Jess Parrish Memorial Hos' either pension or school benefits f eh Underwriters. 1

: pita!. Mrs. Massa gave a short from the Veterans Administration If accurate Cleo will become

I : history of anPHthofiia and discuss.. forfeit such! benefits the 'grandmother of them all' j
upon marriage. by more than (doubling NBFU's SOMETHING ?

recollection of like

I : If you have real estate exceptions However, to there the are above certain rules $30 million paid in Florida be. + It's to easy to rant a King Tru<;lc. On GET A ..!

cause of Donna in 1960.
to sell if notably In cases of annulment low cost cetera everything e e e even
: or you are The NBriT has moved with
of the subsequent marriage or I
deliberate already 230 all Iniuranee. You'll, find what
'r! speed lust( ye
where such marriage was void.It
I : looking for choice: real Justori are working around the .
la not practical to set out all need for any size lob. ..
clock with 350 additional men
; these exceptions In a release of r
estate, use our classified this kind Anyone Interested may r expected in three days, accordingto Don't wait another day. I fnvsitlgaU
? Bob Keel of Bob Keel Insurance
: columns. contact ('01. Uoxhoff at 317 Wash J td x Agency and NEXT TIME GET A KING RENTAL

ington Avenue, Tilusvllli or call RENTAL
r him at 2(172731.( Catastrophe offices hare. opened TRUCK It Coats So Lift!..
: --I ,j all along the east coast Keel

SERVICEAll J- Phone Louis King Collect JA 3-7326 t.II

f Makes Electric Shaver Service CHARTER FOR NEWCOMERS Mrs. Qaudia Zan- Chain

Factory Trained Personnel etta, president Florida Greeters Newcomers Club, accepted i II I
Parts In Stock-Same Day Service the club' official charter last week from Mrs. 1 To Pay Nickel ORLANDO DIRECTORYAUTOMATIC I
14 Years Experience
1207 N. Mills, Orlando, GA J-0155 Florence Meeka, president of Florida Greeters Service, ,
395 N. Orango-Orlando, GA :3-181 Inc. from Deland. Over 35 members of the club were on
t CHARLES SLADE III BOND-HOWELL hand at the luncheon tq witness the special event c Dividend SoonJackson's -FLOOR- -COVERING--- OFFICE EQUIPMENTThe
LUMBER CO. Photo.) I I --u
J (Carlson
RARE Do It Yourself and Savol'
t We and Pay Mora ---- Mint Markets announced Central Florida's Oldest and Ex- WALL TILE FLOOR ( Met Complete' Display al
I Buy North Florida's: Largest Dealer -- today that a quarterly cluilvo Automatic Transmliiien I Central Fl.'.. largest Stock of Office Equipment and

i Largest, Stock of Coins Around "There's A Material Difference CON OfONCO MR. BUILDERl Are You dividend of So per share will be Shop Rebuild' Exchange, Ropalr. I Asphalt, Vinyl Plastic Cork Tiles Office Supplies In This Aroa.We .

t :381 N. Orando-Orl.ndo-425.4909 Your but friends In BuildingCall I PLEASED with the QUALITY paid on September 15th., to 4,000 Mites' or 90 Days Warranty!i AND bOY. a .altimac la your
204 N. Orange BI. Trail, Orlando, arq avers dray
Collect 4281481 lL of your TERRAZZO PLOOltS1WII.w stockholder of .record on Sept
NEARING AID vy.CENTER II > ember 8th.Jackson's. GA S OtSi.* ., s,, FLOOR COVERING ,(Bishop Office( Equip Co., Joe.
Osbornc- Popped) OWENS TERRAZZO, INC. 904 N. Orango Orlando-.473-7478 1800 X CulnnUl Dr Orlando
FOR EVERY HOUSE Sonotone of Orlando Minit Markets have AUTOS IMPORTED --- OA :2- wi Col*-.:t
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V ( nil ( l -*
: Furniture Co., Inc. FURNISHING NEED Murray S, Long, Dlst. Mgr. N' .w Nmyrna UrmH ft% S-MMI paid a dividend every year that Renault and FLOOR COVERING

MATHER'S $SOI N. Magnolia, Orlando 422-1101 it has operated. Peugeot
: INTERIOR DECORATING of NEW SMYRNACan -- -- Jackson's illicit Markets operate Salts A Service CARPETS BY LEE'S ORGANS. .
.. WALL-TO.WALL- CARPET Collect 421-4131 Star-AdvocatA Classifieds Get Quick Results! two hundred stores throughout Rohie Motors -- Itj
ING INSTALLATION Now Smyrna Both the State of Florida. Kirutan Cable Crdl' CONN ORGANS
141 Orlando Draparlea. Custom Mada _
-- -- ---- Boons St. .
o FURNITUREDREXEL -- THE PET SHOP -- Quality Used Imports Fr.t Dooontlnn orvl.. <

andPENNSYLVANIA -- _.- -- -- RARXRSDrapery .t Cl Icu7c 1
: For Your Pot" A Floor Inc.
,Everything AUTO SALES & SERVICE Coverings i ..
-- -- 2(101 N. Ortna Orlando 1-8487
: 721 Palmetto 428-801)) Collar Loathes
Fancy Toys
New Smyrna Beach Orlando Motors, Inc. Keytinarda Inc.
Budge, Flh, Puppies Supplies FURNITURE Organ Specialists Since 137

: NEW SMYRNA BUILDERS 676 N. Orange, Orlando GA :3-1742 411 N. Orange Bloitom Trail 501 N. Magnolia Ave.
GA 5.2611 HAVERTY'S Orlando 241 5674
SUPPLY CO. / ------
Dodge Dart Dodge Trucks --T
1 54 Store Buylno Power
: Lumber & Building! MaUrlala DODGECARS Flat Jaguar & Mortodos-Boni Saves You More PAWN SHOP

"Everything for the Build. "Wo Service What We Soil" 100 Miles Fr. Dollvory
= Dixie Freeway. at Canal, St. AND TRUCKS .----- ----- Low Easy Terms Gentile's
g Now Smyrn. Beach AUTO SALES SERVICE 0..... Moo *. >'rt Nit. til S P.M. Johnny
Call Collect 428.9021 DODGE DARTComplete ._ '
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121 N.OrangeOrlando CH 1-5371 ShopEitib.
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Parta Departm.ntTrained SIMPSON MOTORS
--- I Years
Tradewind \ Mechanlca PLYMOUTH VALIANT GUNS I Wo Buy Soil, and Trade Anything
POOLSil' INDIAN CHRYSLER I Guns, TV. Camera, Radios, etc.
\ Soloi PRAGER'S 1122 W. Church Orlindo GA 5-4085
of Florid., Inc. Parts and Service
I Pools of avarmtlnj Quality! 208 N. Orange Used Cars GUN SHOP -- --- --- -- --
5505 B. Colonial Dr. 1020 N. Orange, Orlando, GA 74541 PET SHOPS
New Smyrna Beach _.-- ----- NEW A USED FIRE ARMS
Orlando27j2MaternaLano ---- TEL. 428(40 I AUTO SALES A SERVICE Bought Sold Traded.
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1- -- I 1707 N. Mill. Orlando4719453
I PIT SHOPComplete
OF ORLANDO (G C) ---- -- ---- :..I \ l line Pots*
::: CENTRAL FLORIDA'S MOST Learn WOODY'S Halrstyllng ..TRuc. !HEALTH:! FOODSCHAMBERLJN_ __ __ I ,z., y.. Sup|>liai, Grooming.

Slew T'u'h DM Trirako
Halratyllng Institute I $414 E. Colonial. : Dr. Orland."a..rrhnna .
Parti arlro' FOOD STORE
ttr.lr a aMa .. .
ale MtNTII OH\MIK: ASE. .. 2504 McH..o St. SUPERIOR GMC TRUCKS INC. Vitamins special d for I Iallorglos. I f.M.., .'" Vann.1.
Union. wine Orlando 424.8573 Pao,. IDStutl: Orlando : diabetic, : 1r-d..- __to :- ________

I 141 M. OIHM.KK' AUTO--SALES---A- SERVICE Ing and gaining weight Schiff, ; PLATING ELECTRIC;
--,- Thompson Hoffman and othora. --
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Mall Ordors Box 14 ,
: ELECT COLLIER AUTO SALES II E. Church Orlando 424-77811 ta'ItNIL" r..oam\
PL.TAG c '.
Central PI.'.. Leading Dealer. for MERCHANDISE .
I STUD I BAKER LARK BMW I C.dlum I'latlKf C ml.IIly.r
I Nlfk.1' nrOufnni
rapprr -
Dr. GLENN YOUNGCITY HI Tremendous N. Orange -Selection Orlando -of 42J Used-M04 HERMAN'S LOAN ant Ian,uirlna

(tmporti 1053 Orango, Orlando "Central Florida Oldest" 100 W. Central Ann Orlamln OK .2&1
COUNCIL, DISTRICT 1 Established mi ,
Jewelry Luggage Diamonds :
AWNINGS Guitars-Camera*-Radios-Gur) -
y V W Church Orlando 422 894 ORLANDO BIBLE
Aluma-Kraft. Awnings. Inc.
SCREEN ENCLOSURESMaeud.dar.d MISS CHARLOTTE ROBINSON "The. Power of mo Word'sSpecializing
Welcomes You At .
I 'lit Orlando ; lAa"II'1idae
>w Call Cellist ROBINSON MUSIC CO. Books, Gulf School

I II N. Down P.mlflt-Fr.. Estimate PIANO \ ..- Sup Cash{ Mail order on all itema.
or Credit for Church
613 BreokHovon Dr., OrUnde i I"
racialists 34 E. Church Orlando 422-1S07
GA I-etW -
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Start the new school term with proper watt bulb gives 2 hours of good lighting I --- Rentals : 1 ._ --
It will fur And the million I Full Ll IO'P---
horn study light encourage good a penny. recent $10 Serrtc I

study rutbica that lead to better gnulo. rate reduction now make an.pie Light Eattk Moving Equipment for I .,.... SUNNILAND
Exclusive dealers
A good table) lamp that provides for-Living all around your home the r--1 Jams Construction Kimball. Kranlch.Bach !W TRAVEL

: diffused! light free from sliodowa and biggest bargain in your family budget. I Equipment Co. I Krataurr A other fine pianos. BUREAUAir

I glare-with at least 150-watt bulbViai& your favorite dealer and 1M .JI ..h.E; Salos A Rentals Robinson Music Co. gnll Mt".
.. ,,,
t 4 NI "nslitp TVIirta
I I ia rooommonded. tM modern nUractlre lamps and light 134 W, Church '480 N. Orange, Orlando Fla. Tour <'\iimn WorM wide

INDEPENDENTCANDIDATE Good electric light la. cheap. A 150In, fixture. t Oriand 423447 T.,.,.,... 424-2443 CH 1-ttSl 30 E P1n_OrlaBili


PENNEY BOOK STORI. INC. Complete. Alignment Sorviceft
Fixtures And '
h ) 1 I TrailersFrames
:' DEDICATED TO GOOD GOVERNMENT = 1Jli'I'a.m.d' .s L;eV Wiring Supplier! Al Open AB Day Saturday Front* Aalos. Straightened-

!f '.., FOR OUR "' ._ .. aa....yw aqt ."..". CMOs toll 1_ Wac.lo.al. Prices! \ One of Orlando's Moot C..I. General Repair E.arl MKodMoctiankt
Llnoi. of Office s""
1342 Wothington St. Orlando
; COMMUNITY I FLORIDA POWER t LIGHt COMPANY 1 201 N. Mill. Orlando 42S.J4H IMf W. PIN Orlando, 4 4534II

eras Put. Adv. .-. N.a04 '

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.y, Sa4mbr J, IM4 THwvlll (l'IerW.) Mr AleeeeN Iq. fee
Gabriel To Speak To Tech Writers4CWENDELL II

It E. Gabriel! "f Martin'OrlaMl the Rsmada Inn In Cocoa peach
Health Director Warns ( Personnel Development There will be a social hour ,t
und training: Orgnntiafton will TOO: pm and the meeting will
be the HUM! Hp'ukl'r.t the begin promptly at 8:00: p.m,
a o lrpt. 8 meeting of the Canaveral The mceffnif ft open to anyonewho
Possible Rabies c.'htrtfl' ft the !llneh'ty< > of Tech has an interest hT the IUW.
Against of technical puhnVatlmwENVELOPES
itlcal Writers and Publishers
Mr CabrU-l 'topic<< will be "A* = BustteM have::
AIM JOan Envelopes with) clasp
'Lkk 4'r "
Your Creative
All pet dogs and cats should and even the lick of a rabid ani or even in their own back j arris. 1 jmtftof! Antenna, for mailing Full stock at star.
Tin- meeting: win be held at Advocate
fcc vaccinated against rabies for mil on a cut of an abrasion of Campers, hunters and fishermen -- ---- -------..-
the protection of the family the the akin ran rinse the infectioa should be cautious of com.art
If an Infected person develops with animal Wildlife. any of FLUORIDATION IS QUESTIONABLE
community and the ; Dr T
pet symptoms of the disease and which may bt Infected with rabies
Fetal Haney of the Bre\ar l medical' treatment la not provided $$1,000.60 REWARD OFFERTO
County Health Department itaUdtortay death Is enevltable Whenever poMiMa an animal
Although! th* prevalence of Animals such as stray (logs, that lies bitten someone should
this deadly disease- has been skunks, squirrels, foxes and rae he captured alive and placed THI FIRST INDIVIDUAL WHO CAN PROVIOI ONI COPY
greatly) reduced' by vaccination coons are among the most fre under the observation of a vet i Of ANY CONTROLLID CXPIRIMINT WITH ANY OP THI t'
and closer supervision of family. qnent spreaders of the disease, crinarian or other qualified person --- U.S.P.H. RICOMMINOED FLUORIDES AND WATER, AT
pets, it continue to be a threat and recently bats have been to determine whether or not THE USPHS RCCOMMCKIDiD PARTS PIR MILLION, THAT j
the possibility always. exists that found to lit an Important !source it baa rabies.Anyone AT DIVISIONAL MEETING Sunday DiMolay Advisor Association, Titusville.: SHOWS THAT POISONOUS FLUORIDES ARE SAP! AND WILL ,
unvaeeiasted pets may be bitten of infection. In the United States afternoon officials of District 10 DeMolay Ronald Johnson, District 10 Master Coun- CAUSI NO FUTURI BODY HARMS i
by a stray dog. tat or wild an more than 100 attacks of people bitten by til.. animal Council gathered for their Divisional dlor Titusville: Joe Morgan( 2nd Vice vote NO on ROIIRTJ. H. MICK, D.D.S.lucrld.Hon :
o hat. thai hat the disease All unvaccinated by rabid bats have been reported should receive immediate! of first the! meeting at the Clair B Lay Chapter in President State DeMolay' Advisors Association QuttHon' .15 Stone Rd.. Laurel String, NJ. :
1 animals are susccpt aid by thorough cleansing Eau Gallie Shown above left to right, Cocoa Beach; and Bill Tucker, iJ
ibis wound with water and soap of 'A K VOIH '.*iii."r, IMK-TOH. lilt".," airy. ;
and tair transmit the! dis art: Richard Hale, District 10 Dad Advisor, Fasl Jurisdictional Master Councilor,
Case f to peopk Children should be taught to detergent followed by a mild r..t.t Ads. fl It, Cummin .lining rl.arlaen.e
Tituaville B. B Busby. State President, Melbourne( Chapter
avoid stray animals and not to antiseptic Medical advice\ and
The! rabies Virus Is, present in feed squirrels or other animals aid should M obtained I* loon ,
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the salivaot infected animals, by hand In camping areas, parks as possible! I - -- ---
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e; My Friends and Neighbors In Titusville,

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'led! ""I't'M' My name Wendell, R. Seaso.I can only bring harm to all our people, businessmen

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I am asking your and homeowners alike. You have
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I ), i support In tee coming election September 8th heard the statements of all the candidates, you

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..... ..-'"" ... I for the Titusville City Council. I am seekingthis have read their proposals, you have witnessed
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.. : w. +r office :strictly on my merits, not some the contradictions and forgetfulness' of quite
: one's demerits. I can servo you best because a few. You have conclusive proof of the past

........ \ of my business background and practical experience tactics of some of our eager aspirants for the

.. r.- ,..., ta not false promises or desire for personal council. Can you wonder why they're so CI.IIger1:

) gain. I will devote the time and energy I will leave tho decision to you. YOU BE THE
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c. needed to {ssure good city government, not JUDGE. A vote for Wendell R. Sease a vote
....:, 'I. '. just part-tirto lip service. I will strive to bring for the kind of government you want and will
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aM.;: dignity andi respect to our city affairs, not badly need in the coming years Thank you

t I back biting, ridicule, and mud slinging which for your help'
MAN HELPS SUPERVISE supervise structural construction of the
Lawhorn, left of Oakwood Trailer Park, second and third launch umbilical towers
Mims,Ingall Iron Work's Structural Not shown
Superintendent are iron workers who were
is supervising ground opera manning the ropes, connected to the 21'Vi
tions as the final steel 1 structure it placed ton structure while on top of the tower,
atop of the umbilical tower on Merritt Island other crews bolted the final structure into Platform .
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Lawhorn has lived in the North place;-{S-A Photo.) My ;
Brevard area for two years and will also I :

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hay .
stand for extension of sewer nod weir lines t. all parts ?\\1 u Per ,T'-'
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of our City at soon "s economically ,fvaalbl to serve the .

I best Interest of' the majority of our people without any unfair -

tax burden for ih. cost of extending ih.s. Mrvic**. r ,n

I 'favor the establIshment of n Civic Center and proper, well *

You Don't Have supervised R.cr.atlonal facllllle for our young people. with "t.ML./
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a carefully studied progrem 'for lh.a. improvements In orderto : )I,. .

To SkinDiveTo prevent Increase In our ad valorem UXM. 1 would ,''rl.. "P'1".
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for a business approach to the financial affairs of our City ..... ,.

! FindTreasure Government on s pay as you go bisls. I favor the present
bond Issue for water and sewer expansion. whirh provide

K the*. very essential services to prelect our hetllh and safely \- ...
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without the penalty of additional tax. again the property I

owner, now Or icier, I pledge to work for a cleaner, nor : 1

beautiful THusvllle, <'r.. from dispute and sectional Iota
seta which creates an unhealthy almophro for the development .
\\,1, ,;'I of business and Industry, good lghborllaa and

\ Net In the depths *f the M*, but In ,ell, sbifs" accessed ,here, the sort of good ll/* and promising fulur w* owe to our ,

,ev'll find the kind *f hours: the mn meet t* ygready young peopl Certainly no man can rightfully claim to

1JIt.:s--.... cash when **'' need III coDad atlo) .ly represent all the people If be la belabored by 1.

bittern,*** or malic toward say group or *.cft. of' this 8,

:: o community. My fervent desire' la to help mold a better, ,,
Start filling your own "treasure chst" BOW, by startingto .. !
more dlgnlld( more conacUntloua and dedicated groupof I
.::9 save systematically hr. Helping you to lUlU 'hater ;
\ CIU.... 'from every walk of llf. who can say j proudly -
#-.rJ i, ls our liberal Inter*.! rat. on savings! ;
Thnavllk b my aosn tow. I'VI Un a r. ldnt of' TltuavllU for teJrtoyears. --- .
On Time Savings
I own and oprat Whitener Doctrle. :

ELECT A HOMEOWNER. lac. at 321 S. Waablngloo Avaue. My bust.ns ;
-h4;; Oft An 0thH "TOUR FINANCIAL"' PAftTNl"' IN "0411""
Savings. D.*.tit l experience tad length of r*.ld nco In

TltMvUI iuHy North Brevard's Oldest and Largest National Bank I AM A HOMEOWNER! U a bualnealike manner on YOUR TItusvllUOty .

YOUR !I >rout Council

FINANCIAL First National I Bank

IN PROGRESS TITUSVIILE.1M.... 'Mer'w.." ST SystemMeeib FLORIDA W StRV1CE FIRST Elect The Businessman Familiar With Titusville's Problems! :1Mond 1

*a Federal Dlt leM Cr*. I (tfd Pot Adv .

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Pate t-9 TlfuivlIU (FlerUa) ttir Attyttte Monday, S.O emhr 7, INIti taken It out tfUr having tried VFW Auxiliary

.II It? 4, when It It proven that It
1 1I' aeeumulatet nut only in the human Unkle FuD's Changes MeetingTitusville

I'ti .; system but in plumbing Auxiliary 4228, Vat'
Letters From Our Readers
equipment? erans of Foreign Wars, will hold
i a Even if we should feel that its regular business meeting

1'\'\ \ fluoride is t deterent to cavitiesin Monday Sept. 14, at 7:30: p,m. at
Thanks Moose what you say, but I will defend national thought among the people The above method would be tome children's teeth and are .o/Yum/ the V,F.W. Post Home.
EMHtor: with my life your right to sty of the people of the United the economical way for the government willing to run the risk of their
F, My husband and I would like it." Gtttet, and to this end." agencies to proceed.But getting mottled teeth or fluoride The date has been changed due .

t to publicly thank the Moose Club From rumblings, know I am Hubert Humphrey ls a memberof no, in order to receive cer poisoning, we should not wish to to the fact that regular meeting

r, shelter, food and the "you art prove. I refuse to be brainwash collectively advocate international agencies hive to promote fluoride public water systems.At .." Sept. 7. .
0' welcome" atmosphere, they invited. socialism-communism because of these Christians we know we can
ed. Comments many
Wal it won't be long now I dates cood fail tew endorse All members are urged to .t-
our family during hurricane is for all International the benefit by Injuring others,
I gave "An Old Timer"A. practical purposes, large grants are given by never Tomorrow, Tuesday, Tidyville him." Come on in tew town Joe, tend.
Cleo. socialism.The aluminum who have trampling on their rights at
O. ClarkWhispering companies, or
will make its choice for City maybe it aint tew late.
II They opened their club to all, Hills Gallup and Roper Foils to do something with the byproduct individuals. much ------

not just members, and even are referred to at an indicationof These companies usedto Furthermore, in my opinion, Council. I've herd sew The way these old line Dim'

I I though it wasn't designated M Enjoy) Reading Paper Johnson-Humphrey popularity dump this slag Into rivers way any candidate that comes out about this "Konflict of interest"stuff old mycrats around Floridy is git
I decided tew consult
: : received as much publicity at the Editor but one must keep in mind back In the old days when health for fluoridation of our public tin' on the Goldwater Band'
, \ official Red Crone shelters, we Enclosed find $2.00 for that George Gallup and Elmo controls were practically nonexistent water supply Is admittedly not Aunt Mattie Hornwhistle, one wagon, if Cuzzln Hubert comet mL
i felt just at ..afe.I which please Roper are both members of tbe Finally It was discovered fit for public office. He it advocating of Coon Hollers fine old filosofers. down here tew campaign he better .
mailing me
I I Mr. and Mrs. Glenn abuser the Titusville kindly begin Star Advocate. I CFR. These two polls, between that these wastes were killing forced matt medicationand hire ole Harry Byrd tew THEM

,I I. and family have read and now and November, will attempt fish and were generally harm. total governmental controlat Wal, Aunt Mattie nays wbtt'ta drive hit horseless carriage fer

Webb's Trailer Park off since 1922 your and paper always on enJoy to sway public opinion by ful to wildlife and farm stock. So tbe expense and disregard of man In blziness tposed tew him, er Hubert mite git a cool ABOUT
do? If he can't dew work
-- it. portraying Johnson and Humph legislation\ was passed banningthis the individual. Such a candidate no resepton in a very hot climate,
I Likes Mountains rey as the greatest thing to happen practice. As a result mount. would do well to express his motives fer city, county, state er federal ME
I have lived at
in Titusville
k : Maggie Valley, N, Y. to humanity since sex. ain of these waste slag piles be. for such a stand. Anyone governmint er fer anyone Cuzzln Eelayne Gaenlcke, the
different times, was there a lot such what't workin fer heel lives on a hill out in the holler, WASON
Dear Editor: To further show the Intentionsof gan to tccummulatc. who It strongly for a controversial em
& Maggie Valley Is it 1U best between 1922 and 1036, and lived the CFU let ut examine the and questionable issue starve fer sure cawse they called our Police Chief Pussy ...
I Pure ..
j water fluoride Is the relatively e .
at the Deluxe Trailer Court :.r
right now. The leaves are be men who were greatly responsible innocuous would make ut wonder what tint hardly ennybody else left. foot, Mugwump, tether day an : M see
inert calcium :
ginning to turn and fall. The the year of 1957. I hope before for establishing the United he might next decide was best "I mite cood git yew a goodman styt, "Chief, got a skunk in my Mw ::shed .:.

o mountain vistas are superb and long to again make my residence Nations Four CFR members, Al- waste fluoride.fluoride RUT It-the the highly aluminum toxic for us all.Mrs. though," said Mattie, "that cellar, what kin I do?" "Wal, IIIe W..saThly twirl w alg rase be, dss aM.....WpM g ace

: I I-enjoy driving around. New in Titusville. gcr Hiss, Harry Dexter White, highly soluble sodium fluoride Mary Louise Collins old Indian, Joe Frpgsticker he said Pussyfoot, spread a line of ..bwsUsa. seeM Pen
,', Looking forward to receivingthe clothes he caint shelled leadin' from .......wow ..
: Jjends)'( and Florida neighbors Leo Paslovsky and Dalton Trom- which it used as rat and don't wear no corn yer sam-
.re very kind. I 'Will always paper bo were not only very Instru cockroach poisons, It is like Offers 11,000 Reward hardly see, he cant read ner rite cellar out tew the back yard." SMs I dmaatl aaytlaij. k

: :miss my Titusville friends. The Robert Taylor mental In writing tho United comparing milk of magnesiawith Editor; an' he sleeps outdoors. Don't Later that day Eelayne called

: titar'-Advocate It eagerly looked Bonus, Fla. Nations Charter but also "sold" carbolic acid. It's the alum. Rev Lyle F. Sheen, Pastor St. see how some of them candy' back an' laid, "Chief, I done

: for each Issue The Chrlstlelof the Charter to the United States inum waste we will be getting Muluch't Parish, Genesco, Illinois fiat what yew told me tew an'

: Merritt Island live close b,. On Fluoridation Senate These four were later We have so much information offers $1,000 reward for now I got tew skunks in my
Since leaving Merritt Island Mr. Editor: found to be actively involved in AGAINST fluoridation, that It It evidence that will be acceptedby child be the one in six to get cellar." Shies 267-trtto

: Christie hat been ordained in I am against fluoridating the Communist organlittlons. Under Impossible to pass all of it on to Christian biochemists proving mottled teeth from fluoridatedwater e-------1:
the Baptist ministry and al- city water and could fill columns these conditions, how could we the public In the short time we any of these statements: ? The Journal of the Hits off tew all them Keewanis .ode. e'en b
a fellers 11II..1
fer the work the're doin' '
: (Hough retired is very active (In with valid facts, but -won't. I respect possibly get a fair shake In the had. 1. Sodium Fluoride will pre' American Dental Association for

: (he church. the opinions of those who U. N.' Citizen's Committee vent decay of human teeth; 2. March, 1958, reports 17 percent fer the SOS Polio Drivethey're -
'I: sincerely feel it Is right and mottling in fluoridated New' gonna have soon. This ::
Edna Roberts. If Johnson and Humphrey are Fluoride is not poisonous in
good, but wish to elate why, after elected this fall be burgh, N. Y. here Is one of the finest examples II IIa
... you can cer Against Fluoride small amounts; 3. The moon la re'b new eebm lawn
,I Think About Thlsl/ years of study pro and con lain this country will move farther made of green cheese This is what Charles Gordon of community service Cr I ru: os 15lsr
I feel it Is and bad. Editor: yew'll ever tee new if yer asked nod II"
I : August 31. 1964 wrong Into the web of International Rev. Sheen also has this to Heyd, M D., past president
I' : Editor: I resist government control socialism. Under (International Surely many people, like myself say: "I regard this utterly vicious American Medical Associationhas tew help lend these fellers a -Advocate

"A little nonsense now and which It backed by monlcd Interests. socialism (one world government would appreciate a simple effort to POISON THE to say: "I am appalled at hand. rm wl., wow bat Ml h> CI......eI.e.rrrre.erCOCOA

then, it relished by the wisest ) the U. N. will dominate the straight forward answer to the WATER SUPPLY of American the prospect of using water asa Be aeein y'ail

men." I resist having my health diagnosed United States and it It an established question; why are the propon- cities as a crime that cries to vehicle for drugs. Fluoride I.a is Unkle Fud

At the Democratic convention and treated by govern fact (hit tt this time ends of fluoridation to anxious to Heaven for vengeance, and I corrosive poison that will pro
ment legislation. My health is the communist dominate the Impose it upon the public In our' duce serious effects on a long
in Chicago in 1938, after Roosevelt hereby place my name on the
: was nominated, and apcechei private, not to be dictated by the U. N. water supply, when It can be ob-1 4 list of those who do to cry." range basis. Any attempt to use L DIRECTORYPlanes J

all over, Will Rogers was asked powerful U. S. Public Health This letter is not meant to be tamed so easily and cheaply in* How does Fluoridation affect water this way is deplorable."
Service. construed that Johnson tablet form by those who wantit
to speak. H, opened with this you and your family? Will your CBM
"The difference between I resist having to support Humphrey would 'purposely aid ?
quip, only _
Organs Guitars
Why do they consistently\ Ignore --- Accessories
speech and the ones fluoridation with my tax dollars, the communlsti, but due to the
my and then to additional similarity between International the question of its practicality. I HI.PI Gibson
have been listening to It, go expense
you mine it supposed to be foolish," and inconvenience of buying but- socialism and communism, aid against the tablet form for individual PARKWAY DEVCO INC. e Sterne F GuttersBand

tie water. If this proposal is adopted is often times unavoidable. consumption? I Records .
j I hope this offering merit. the Let these dentists and public NOW LEASING I ....
then the city officials To obtain further Information e Players -- --- Instruments

Fluoridation sumo consideration.I raised Subject in : should permit citizens a choice: on this conspiracy, I recommend health officials answer these Expert Repair en All Band: Instruments
I when ; was an connect to water lines or dig a a 124 pale book entitled, "The questions. STORES AND OFFICES $1 S. Alttntlt Phone SU 177)1 Cacti Beech
era nature was supposedto
well This would be fairer but Secret Government of the United Why add a poiaonlous waste
to water 1 when
I still expensive for those who oppose States Available from: The product public ; AUTO SALES
ed. e On Main thoroughfare' to Proposed l-U. also known as Ctuio-
\i there remains a shred of doubt
( fluoridation. Greater Ncbrtakan, 1330 Turner Read Corner location on Orlando Road t> Centrally TEST DRIVI THI NIW
The toothbrush, it any, was way >
As long at one reputable doctor Boulevard, Omaha, Nebraska at that It might prove harmful to located In High traffic area Adequate FroM-of-Wltding
the property of the women, and and one respected dentist (and $1,oo per copy. Also s publicationby even a few? 2, when only t minute parking a Rentals start at $120 Monthly. .I

the men laiguly depended on there are thousands) are againstit Dan Smoot, who spent nine '< of the water will be used WRITE. BOX 1403 TITUSVILLE. or PHONE swiDIMMo ( .

I chewing tobacco, ti evidencedby I say NO to fluorldation. years is an agent of the FBIOrder for human consumption 3, when, MRS. BETTY GRIFFIN 2673526Winning .
Behar mWwed C slnn/1 Ae/enl
In all public build
ipittoons As "The Invlsable Govern many cities are know to have
lung as there Is any doubt -- ----- -- ----- -- / SPACELAND SAAB
--- -- ---
Inea.rluul' about it affecting one citizen's ment", Dan Smoot Report, Box 120 Florida Ave.. Cocte, eM-434J "
de Is not in my diction health, I sty NO to fluoridation 9538, Dallas, Texal, $1.00 per .. I HONDA MOTORCYCLESHAM'S
ary, and I never heard of it until As long as any taxpayers do copy. Warm Friends Per Florida Since 151 AUTO SALTS A SERVICE' CYCLE CENTERSNO

too late, but am eighty'fivt yean not want it, but will\ be forced to J, J. M. MONIY DOWN' } yrs. te MrM3
old, and, if somebody will pro. IIIIIIII/// Service Inca HUNTER K-llif, Cocoa -
pay for it, I say NO to fluorl (greeting 111I10 Iltbontk Gin O.HI.
vide the steak I will agree to eat dation. Against Fluorldatlon LINCOLN MERCURY INC MAGNOLIA PLAZA, TITUSVILLI
it with teeth provided by nature Mil. <'. Pane .lIevloo-A..ort..
Thank God that we still\ have Dear Editor: r: Lincoln' Continental. Lincoln "Nued Two VthMli *>. Himbonil
nearly eighty years igo. a free prest. Thank you for your When someone Is proponing to Sties Farts Service' --- -
EdItors have tti'eased the obligation fair and equitable treatment of put a known and deadly poison % :JIoJaA MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

placed upon us by the this vital Issue. In the water supply for any purpose Jv- I44i W. King Geed-Used Cocoa Cars-tM-MM

constitution to exercise our right Mrs. Don W. Sisson"KIIII.M.kerl" or In any amount, he obviously Guitars, Drums, Banjos, Etc.

and duty to vote. has the burden of proving BIAUTr ACADEMY Gibson, Fenders, Gretscn Martin.Sllngerland

On election to change name of SucceedEditor it It absolutely safe Have 'III\ \\ Cordially Welcomes LEARN HAIRSTYLING Rogers, Kay.
Titusville or not, I air, were idvised : the proponent., or the local \ -- Mammoth Stock of Sheet MusIc
"you caikvota Dtw" and Get In High Pay Brackets GOULD MUSIC CO.
The "King Makers" have succeeded Health Department, headed by Enroll Anytime
now vote for :"fluprldition! not In placing Hubert Humph Dr, Hancy done this( ? If they You and Your FamilyRUSSELL Small Monthly Tuition 109 King St., Cocoo, Ui-ttll

because your guest it good at rey on the Democratic ticket as can, then they should just step MRS. DAWSON COCOA

any, but it it your duty". for haying Viet President of the United forward and put In their claim HOUCHINS To Your New Home! BEAUTY ACADEMY OFFICE SUPPLIES

the privilege Yet, they States. for the thousand dollar reward Hostess 200 Wlll.rd, Cocoa 136-3220 rk, loT oinraa,5Llrwlxi I It.
admit they wert) for confiscation The "King.Makers" are also which has been offered thru an to,
of Indian River city: and known at the Council on Foreign ad In your paper Ask yourself 219 THORNTON AVE The State of Florida CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT Tlte.ellle..... Pll.ers..aaa...

Whispering Hills "Conilttency, Relations (CFIt), the "secret why the government, tho doctors PHONE

thou art a yeWe ." ? government of the United States" the dentists, and other .67-7157 CANAVERAL EQUIPMENT the W. beves'd.,. Mib ilnnmia weep to help I* TlttunlU you wltk
Some "Pair'0-Doce." and the "Invisible government" groups and persons promoting tt SUPPLY. Inc. teak_ Chain, lllnf HuppIlM, Mlmi.finph. .
Stapling AUihlnu, HMl
Yes the people will exercise The following Ii Is quoted directly flunrldttlon refuse to guarantee It Is our desire to make you feel welcome' VINDALB, KNOX, VAN DYKE C"bhiee, Type. ..rlt.r., Adding MichIIIM. -
their con.titutlonal"prlvUellle if .
from published objectives of the Us safety Rentals Sales Service

allowed. CFR, at Incorporated in 1921. There ire at least nine cheap and to acquaint with city. Scaffolding' PEST CONTROL
you your
_Quote. I may nof, agree with "To create and stimulate Inter. and readily available ways for Morrltt bland ,h. 636.20f2 I
-------- )people to get fluorides on an Individual Termite' and Peat Centre!
basis If they want It.
r Flunritaba, for example I

TV Lew Lewis L.LEONARD available ask everywhere.Also yourself' ,. why those If you are new in the area, a phone "Brevard's It DIAMOND Only' Mff.SETTERS Jeweler"and 1014 Se. Dixie. Hwy, Cecea INC.

who promote fluoridation do not Diamond Setter" Call Celled i3o-1t30

concentrate their time energy call will bring you a prompt visit from New Mountings Jewelry Repairs REAL ESTATE

1. and money In making( the chemical All Work on Fremlws

available to those who wantIt your local hostess. Please give her a call! 101 Harrison Cocoa Ml.077 Joe E. Moore Inc.

: soil who cannot afford It, instead ,
She has and free and wondor. MOBILE HOMES
of trying to force It on maps many REAL ESTATE
(hone who do not want It and
ff. hiv th. floor ,!I.. I* lull ewe
I who could! not possibly benefit ful) gifts for you from local businesses! f.mllr ..4...II,. pa),.***. pica! la tullyour Reel Complete Estate' Service'
from It? bud, Cua'am Isurlore ere ear

Ladles and O.otlem.oof\ Greater Tltutrlllei --------- -- '- -- --- ---- - - -- -- -- ----- epw I.tty.. kBrf 0 IMUMKIM..e Me for. -S-1BAB0IK pane____n_eeo_* *-iArltftf mA.- W Harrison Cotes., eM-etn ,I

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My objective platform! la basically that of UNITY for a greater WYATT MOBILE HOMES SEWING I
Titusville. '1370 a. view "''lb..,. Coma SJO-144t
leer tines consolidation' the city government hat

been under constant, attack Some of These attacks had foundation, NO YEAR'S WAIT MOBILE HOMES Brevard County's Only Complete
Sewing Machine CenterNet
but many .did net Casdidatten.euld have keen t sound movete I.Mil. MicbimJUpife
unite us, however It was handled very cruelly and very lmperienally. \ Baird Mobile Hornet, Inc. AioramrVwKmlile'
I E.iy: tl.4|>| T.....
We lest the unity wt should. have, hid and alto lout one With Over et Now end Used.
of Tltusvllle's greatest, I"'''. Its home town state senator These i FOR SEWING CTR.
fe Cheee Merest Island
Q fromBrevtrd't Shopping Center
lenses ""y"IY." e been Inevitable. but In this' are of great spaceccempllthment Merritt Inland, Pla..
our greatest effort must bo re unite and stay to- Largest Dealer

gather U THIS HIGHER RATE /.",1. N. of Cetoe U. S. 1. W4I11 TIRES

We have outstanding erienliatione- end clubs m our city which I ALL SERVICE TIRE CO.
are continually helping us te develope In an orderly mannnor.Let's EXPRESSWAY MOBILE

get .behind these .'..n''......... HOMES Retreidlng and Vulceniilng
Savings!:: left by the 10th of any month earn from the M Model H r II I Bedroom Paitenfor Truck
I know we have, some redlcal ailments hert In Tltuivllle' but nL 1st. Savings insured up to $10.000 ($30,000 for a husband Fully Bewlpoed I and Industrial. Equipment.

still I maintain that this I It a wholesome city. \, 'O and wife) by FSUC, a permanent agency: of the U. S. SJ.SMI Alt Wert! Guaranteed
.. 4 Government Ml. N. of Cocoa U. S. t
I notice our councilman being very .u.full" their decisions, TeL 144t10 11 RMgeway Ave.. C..... tM-itol
maybe more sa new, than' ever lie,.,.. _

In closing, I believe that we are all ewers mat wo have, a fine :)F titFs-ral: $ MOBILE' HOMES WATCH REPAIR'

group of city council candidates.. and I trust that the people of Current Dividend : a\1ings NOVA TRAILER KALES WM. H. BAILEY

Greater Tltusvlllo will do their very best to elect the very b.... Rate r 21 Bitterest floor Flans Watches:
CompoundedSrul .j4 tauuAflMtlatUM, .. eff TltuivllU Te draoee PromCAMe1.AND Repaired in S to I days
Is Lewis La.n.dIP""nt( of VACKwneto
This Specoenlci) your candi- I Annually KLCUHA-NONCTTB" : TITAN Chronograph or Complicated
late for City Council, District 1. Downtown Office Branch Office PIeDMONT Watches Repaired on FreoUaot)
> Open 9 to 9 DaIly, Alto 4 to 7 Friday Washington at MaID US N. Coqulaa new --. row IMIrary C SWC l>

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