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C. (Doc) Tyson Osceola Joe Overstreet t. prominent Osce

r +Px ,t County superintendent of public: ola County cattleman has qual-
r. e instr ;:tion has qualified as a ified as ctndidate for Osceola
'as candidate for re-election in the district
County commissioner from
a Democratic primary to be held five held by
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or May 3. SupU Tyson will be I* J. Harvey, in the Democratic
seeking a fourth term. Two J. W.
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primary set for May
SCHOOL-This is an architect's drawing of the new Highland Elementary School now' under other candidates W. B. Stephens Webb of Kenansille halt also
The first unit of construction will consist i of 16 classrooms and will house some 480. students. There and Stephen Sharpe have entered this race.
now living in Kissimmee Highlands alone and J. C. Tyson Osceola County supervisor of education also entered this race.
care of all elementary children living in that area of Kissimmee. (Photo by Skinner) (Photo by Skinner)

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PHILLIP R. KELLEY W. EARL HARRISlindsey
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Stevens Is ; J. M- (Jack) Bass has qualifiedas ( :.

candidate for Osceola Countv SEEKS POST
i SCHOOL POST tax collector' in the Democratic I' Primary On May 3Twelve

primary May 3.

Elected President con&l He will onpose W. Eo (Ed 1') 1 I

Pound, the incumbent. incumbent holders of For Circuit Judge Ninth Judicial

Bass!! is a native of Oscec''i elective office in Osceola County Circuit: Group No. 1, FrankA.
Of First Federal County, the son of the l late Da"';.' have no opposition in the May 3 Smith.

:: Bass and Aunt Lizzie Bass, who: Democratic primary, following For Circuit Judge, Ninth Judicial

now resides in St. Cloud. deadline to qualify at noon Tues- Circuit, Group No. 2, Terry B.
William T. Wallis executivevice until his death. l : Receiving his education In loc"1 l day. Patterson.For .

president of the First Federal Stevens has been a resident l schools Bass entered the NIdnrirg "'V Candidates for re-election who Circuit Judge, Ninth Judicial

Savings and Loan Association Kissimmee since 1928 and World War II and partiei- have no oppositon are Clerk of Circuit Group No. 3, Vassar
of Oseeola County yesterday 1'"n f'1..00ed. in'thl'' lumber dated in much action in the S"uth Circuit Court Glenn Ray, Sheriff : B. Carlton.
announced the results of the recent Pacific. lIe took in the invasions
par; -
Y'111ftwood business for a Robert M. Buckels, Tax Assessor For Circuit Judge. Ninth Judicial -
election association officers i-
of of Leyte, Palawan and Minednnao. Wade H. Lanier Jr.
of verc.Phillin. County Judge Circuit, Group No. 5, RobertG.
held as a result of the death .
R. 1 elley. O. P. Johnson Supervisor of Reg- Murrell W. A. PatishalLFor
cf Lawre fRogers, former
the Pacific
His decorations include istration Dorothy Purdy, Justiceof
-ns .'*-t-d *s a director of Circuit Ninth Judi-
of the Association.L. Judge,
president Theater Ribbon wit! *nr the Peace District 1 Paul Riggs,
r>". oci.tion.<< H was in ir I cial Circuit No. D. C.
M. Stevens, Kissimmee, was ) battle stars, the American Thc-: I Justice of the Peace District 2 Group 6,
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th T lat. I wr-nc* Rogers I' Smith.
elected ; of the association
president ter Ribbon, and the Good Conauct James E. Mozley, Constable District -
II* has...ervcd M a director *Kr11.h r law firmof;. Rogers, and Victory Medals. sHe 1 1 Mack McClain, Constable For Circuit Judge Ninth Judicial
937 and snI association.vice i : "-.;. : > t j rKet < ..is married to the fern: ;,;: District 2 Thomas R. Bennett, Circuit, Group No. 7, Volie A.
;t. :. -.1 -i v.iat: ++i'wrulnate.. of 'Mis* Dorothy- Btshftp-tajt: -Wfil School Bmlrd'-Me1 ..District 4 Willjam. t. .

Steveas'ta text place cf the Mn .J..1./; School, has .served; .! : r have cne son, Samuel Ausfln nine One N. Lee, Jr., County\Surveyor For Cfrctoft- Jjpdge,' Ninth Judicial
1.te Lawrence P.ogrea who served Nn'eeuthv" }t+oTTiev of O weeks. Bill Johnston and County Prosecuting ) Circuit, Groifpf'Wo.' 8, Wallace
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ts a director of the association: Cnunty'ai..c"; 1953 and is .ri Bass' hobbies are hunting and! : Attorney Phillip R. Kelley.J. Sample.For .

from its founding date in 1934, manv l locl civic and bird dogs. He is a member of St.John's J. M. (JACK) BASS M. (Jack) Bass will oppose Circuit Judge, Ninth Judi-
and as its president from 1939 or"anirati I DUNCAN McFARLAND Episcopal Church, a char- (Photo by Skinner) Tax Collector W. E. (Ed) Pound. cial Circuit, Group No.9. Murray\
Appointed as a..ist nt (Photo by Skinner) ter member of Kissimmee Elk Superintendent of Public Instruc- W. Overstreet.For .
*-rv of the association is N. Lodge 1873 and a member of the tion J. C. Tyson drew opposition Circuit Judge, Ninth Judicial

TEMPERATURESDATE Watri. manager nf the St. Florida Association of Life Un- from Stephen E. Sharpe and W. B. Circuit, Group No. 10, William
br***"'. of First Federal Eby Completes derwriters.Bass CommissionMet Stephens.Oren G. Akridge.

H I) R Wallis' stated th,t this ')() ( Chemical Course has been local representative Brown, county commIs- For Governor, Harvie. Belter.!
men' is of sioner from district 1, will be Farris Bryant, Hay don Burns.
recognition Life Insur
of the Gulf oe op-
Wed. Mar. 9 _..... 77 43 Army Pvt Robert L. EbY' II, Tuesday
++esition in the ociation's! ) Company for the past 12 years. posed by Luther Lanier and Leo Doyle E. Carlton, Jr., Thomas E.
Thu. Mar. 10 ...._.. 79 55 parents live in Kssim) ::gee, ,
uni'aticn and reflects the Schumaker. Eugene Simmons, (Ted) David, Fred O. (Bud) Dick-
Fri. Mar. 11 ._ 78 55 .50 ., completed the eig: :-weeJl: George Bonjokian appeared be-
Trt>rtinc of the St. Cloud county commissioner from district inson, George A. Downs, Bill Hendrix -
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Sat. Mar. 12 ._.. 75 50 .
Sun. Mar. 13 .".._. 80 63 ..... to the institution I warfare" basic course SEEKS COUNTY POST fore the city commission Tuesday 3, will be opposed by Harris Daniel John M. McCarthy, Jim Me
? Wallis also announced rth 4 at The Chemical Corps of ) and L. J. commissioner Corvey.
a Harvey,
Men. Mar. 14 ......_ 73 40 .. .. right to discuss the possibility ;
addition to the association's Fort McClellan, Ala. from district 5, will l be opposedby For Secretary of State. T mAdams
Mrx. 15 ._._.. 69 52 4.00
Tue.
'n the rerson of Hubert He received training In. e Itam. a permit to operate a water ski Joe Overstreet and James W. E, V. (Gene) Fisher

Greear" who will serve as a biolo*'iMtl? r-'vl rsdirtloeicnl school) in the portion of the lake Webb. Thomas S. Fouts Ed Hornsby. Angus -

officer for the association.Gr r'a1'f! -which included" study Jn around Neptune Bridge and Lakeshore Ralph Yates member of the Laird, J. L. (Mac) McMullen,

Movie MenuARCADE -ar is a graduate of ? decontamination and I Ir Drive.n school board from district 2, will M. D. Wainwrght, Jess Yarbor.

Citadel, Charleston, S. C. and offensive! and defensive use be opposed by Art Dyer and Duncan ough.
THEATER attended the University of Chemical rents. said that the only structure V. McFarland.List For Comptroller, Ray E. Green,
constructed
would
ida Law School. Greear has Eby entered the Army in Oc which would 1 b- of persons qualified as can- J. L. Lee.
Thnr 1r.d..-March 17: TW Motive That en the staffs of American 1959 and received basic be li low. smell ramp on the edge didates of the Democratic partyto For Commissioner: of Agriculture -

Rq Fri. Sat.. March lft-1: "1001 eral, Orlando and First training at Fort Beiming, s of 4hpwater for takeoft'nuTPOsP't be voted for in the primary S. Benson Berger, Loran V
>Arabian". Mghti" plus 'The Flying Cocoa. While with First for the 'sk *rs and-that.there will election May 3, 1960 is as follows Carlton, Doyle Conner, W. R.
.fttalnIt.o., hatch M21The Cocoa he was active in A 1957 graduate cf Osceola r be TH permanent structure of any : I (Buster) Hancock, Charlie Rare"
s."** ThU.* ." old sol- sort in the water. Carey Reams.
ity affairs, being a member School the 20 ver For Representative in Congress,
'rHo W.&. March 2JM"The
Ddu et BtT entry... : the Kiwanis Club and attended the University oi The commission! felt that if the Fifth Congressional District, A. For State Treasurer Al Cahill,

".r. FrU MlaftOthout Mart 14-z: "J Star."nnv" Director cf the Indian River He is a member of neb city could be nroperlv p tf'f't.d Sydney Herlorg, Jr. Ernest E. Collins J. Edwin Larson -
parkplua a creation Foundation. fraternity. bv i insurance from any liability For Justice of the Supreme William O. Murrell, Jr.
CLOUD THEATRE ST. CLOUDFrL relative to the operation that it Court Group No. 1, Charles J. For Attorney General), Richard
would Rive temporary anprovalfor Bodner, Glenn Terrell. Dick) Ervin.
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('trMt *.Sat.. JUrrti H-i: "Th m c Former Resident Dies Rains Pose! Mild\ a trial period on the ski school. For Justice of the Supreme For State Superintendent of

KM Mon, ,.." Karen, M-11: "HappyAnniversary. Flood Here City Manager Harold" Farmer Court Group No. Two Campbell Public Instruction, Tom D. Bailey.
of
.Word has been received Dre ented petitions for various ThornaLFor For Railroad and Public L'Uh-

KISS( IIEE 'DRIVE-IN the death of R. D. Thomas candidates for Mayor-Commission- Justice of the Supreme ties Commissioner, Harry M. Ark-

Patterson, Georgia of a heart Torrential and. cnntini"us! rains fr and Citv Commissio".r in the Court, Group No. 8, Stephen C. us, Jim Blanton, Edwin Lee (Ed)
Frt Rat. March 11-19: 8am on have soaked the Ki immw Mason.
tack. The O'ConnelLFor
election.
and rtellllah" pin "Affair In HaT forthcoming peti-
*.*."' Thomas was buried in that between 7 a.m.' Tiie dav and Luther (Pete) Lanier has qualified ions on Jess! Wilder Thacker and Judge of the District Courtof For State Attorney, Ninth Judi-
.
H.Sun..*.-" plus Mon."Uttlc March HaiicaU"% -21' "Sad Monday. lie is the son of ss time' are rinsing!' threat rf a as candidate for Osceola Wilhelmus G. Heeren were presented Appeal Second Apellate Dis- cial Circuit, Arthur L. Steed.
Tur. \\' "A U hr:.tor.. I'eople" plus Ueturn of 'orf A total l of four 'inches of County frost district -
his father The
growing was mayor-commissioner. petitions -
the Fly.I Bp
the Democratic
one, subject to -
rin fell between Tuesdav and '
of W. H. Morse and Mi- -
,. ', .. ., '" Wednevlav iJ'.. mnr
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'l'. for
I candidates
;A. \ : 'W'. J l' ebael J. Stanko for hwI1
: : < ; '; : .." ;! <-, levels of Shingle Creek and 3. Lanier is a native of OsceolaCounty
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: ; \ :\',,'f ; : rise the son of Mr. and commissioner in Grout One to succeed -
T.aVe Tohopekalie to 14 to
Blain
Tom presented.
Mrs. Will Lanier of Campbell were
2 feet Further rise is predicted
RobertV.
Petitions of James Clay.
Station. A citrus worker Lanier .
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> when the watershed of Oran- .y
\ McKissic and Arthur Scalli for
has two sisters Mrs. Inez Barber -
I county rMrhe outlets In Osceola candidates for commissioner in
of Campbell Station and
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f'ft1ntyO..landn re*>orted a rain .
Grout Two to succeed Jess W.Thacker
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..' ; 1p1>0"aOilE fall "f 4.95 inches Tuesday at 11 Mre. Merle Kritz of Kissimmee were presented. Farmer tM' f
n -.t, Park.
n.m. Rains were continuing intermittently S
advised that all petitions had been
(Photo by Skinner)
fit nresstime accompanied duly signed by 25 qualified elect-
by li htnin ". .
ors and that the petitions were in
This Dart of the state however ,
Richards' .rder. Commissioner Tom Blain
escaped tracts of wind of 90 t-- tOO Sirs. Ralph Blain moved that the petitions as!

miles i>er honr which struck Plant Mother SuccumbsMrs. submitted be accepted and the t1c5t
fity' in nearby Polk Cnunty and
haw. 9C':. names ordered printed on the official -
ti the Melbocme-Eaa Came section Margaret Hilsinger 79, ballot. Seconded by Commissioner -
m the East Coast in Brevard died Sunday at the heme of br Albert Rogers and carried

County.At daughter at ZephyrhtHs. U mously._
dusk Tuesday. citr crews She is survived by three daughters City Attorney Ellis Davis pre-

were summoned to clear hyacinthsout Mrs. Ralph Richards Kissimmee sented the proposed paving reso-
of a drainage! ditch that serves
Mrs. David" Spring,
? the
w laden setting op paving pro-
the Dellwood Park subdivision. Brooksville Long Island and Mrs.
gram for this year and discussed
Water in the ditch is now flowing Claude Sheldon Zephyr hills; oee the matter at quite some length ,
away rapidly and no danger thereis son, Samuel Hilsinger of llechanicrille with the city torftmi ion. Certainadditional ?
evident. Motorists traveling-
New York. I information' was desir-
rye tween Orlando and Kissimmee retorted Funeral services were held at able relative to the breakdownand POWER LINE EXTENSION-City workmen this week are completing -

water almost hnb-deen in the Lair Funeral Home in 'Zephyr- the pro-ration of the cost between the removal of trees prior to extending a power line up
three nlaces on Hwy. 17-92., These hills with interment at Oneonta the property owners and the west side of Main Street. City Manager Harold Farmer said,
conditions. too quickly subisded. this line n part of the present utilities expansion program and
New York. the The city ad-
More rain was forecast for city. manager will op-grade service in this area of town which is currentlyusing
vised that he would get with Bill overloaded line Brack Street.
the on
ADDITION TO TELEPHONE BUILDING. -Steel framework for the new addition to the Florida Thursday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pate of Johnston, the engineer and Mr. Farmer power who said provided the property by owners along the street were won-
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Telephone I Corporation' office on Broadway has been completed. The new addition located at 418 Detroit Michigan and Miss Grace I Davis before the next meeting said the
tree
or Howell C. the Gene Canale was calledto; New derful in providing the city with easement, re
firm Hopson deafened
building Broadway, and incorporates the old the building.construction The architectural awarded to A. W. Smith of Leesborg. 'When completed new Fork City this week by tits death Edmunds of Hastings, Michigan and have a complete and clear movals will lessen the work when another project the widening
for was I
... the new contract construction will add beauty to the business firms fronting Broadway. (Photo by of his father Lake .Canale/! who were guests last week of Rev and picture of the program for thecammissom's .f Main Street gets under way, probably next year. (Photo by
Cooper>> ) passed away Monday.',::. r Mrs. Maurice Grigsby. : ns d.ration. Cooper) ,

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2 The Kwsimmee Gazette Thursday, March 17, 1960 I Tom GallowayTo
Golf( Course Country. Receive Award


Hypnotist ht 9 y ar TbotKu Galloway, a salesman

To. Be Club Names New CIS Kkaiia&tM the staff, will of Aotrey be presented Motor FoldCompany's Co.,


; .rs + 'r ... Officers For 1960 M award tar c.1 a banquet 300-549 honoring dub

At
Jaycees TuesdayJoe high-ranking Ford dealership car

I rr .. ud truck saI *Bun of' 1969 in the
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r ::1 The first annual meeting of the ; Jacksonville Ford sales district. 1

B. JlcCawley, director of rnent. r, Osceola Golf and Country Club paid their stock but have not paid B. King, of
Harry manager
the Ethical Hypnosis Training He was graduated from high was held Wednesday night, March their dues are urged to do so immediately the Jacksonville district, said
Center of Florida in Orlando, trill school in Orlando and attended : .}> ; 9 I, at the Tropical Hotel, and was as the club has several 309-500 Club membership sates awardsare
be guest speaker at the noon Orlando Junior College and Rol- highlighted by an election of of- obligations to clear up before for outstanding retail -
meeting of the Junior Chamber lins College as well as the Ethical ficers to serve for the coming April 1.Swiss. presented sales and added
Commerce on Tuesday, March 22 Hypnosis Training Center at year. performance
that efforts of winning salesmen
tt the Tropical HoteL Irvington New Jersey. Charlie Harrelson was named Steak DinnerTo because ,tare
significance
McCawley, a native of Kissim- AU members of the Jaycees, as president to succeed: Bert Frazer. of particular leading
mee and who received his elementary well as all of the Kissimmee professional : M. L Yowell was named first vice- Be Served TonightA they resulted in Ford sales last-
i all other makes in
education here, works on a family, are invited to r:3Y president, succeeding Edward
referral basis with physicians attend the meeting next Tuesday. Brinson. Swiss steak dinner will be year.
'enlists$ and psychologists, and Mrs. Edna Seel was re-elected served Thursday at the educational King added that the average
has the honor of being the first ; secretary and Art Scalli reelectedas bUlding of the First Presbyterian 360-500 Club member sold the
licensed hypnotist in the United First Christian treasurer. New directors named Chcreh by the members of equivalent of 100 new cars and 70

States. Church ScheduleThe were Ed Phillips, Dr. M. I* Jewell the Bethany Group. used ears in qualifying for the
He is also one of ten certifiedkypnotechnkians and Robert Bonner of Haines The dinner will be served at national honors.

in the country old fashioned revival con- 3 c < City.Ken 5 and 6 p.m. Tickets may be ob- Dates and locations of forth
and is a member of the Association tinues at the Christian Church Burns was named directorto tained at the Charm Shop or from coming honor banquets are: March I
to Advance Ethical Hypnosis. fill out the term of the new members of the IJethany Group. 18, Orlando; March 19, Miami
McCawley is on the certification each evening at 7:30. Brother Joe wM ;, president, Charlie Harrelson.It Springs and March 26, St.

board of this group and associate Branson minister of the Broad. $ was decided to open the golf According *n )au* t figures, Petersburg.The .
editor of its official publication meer Christian Church, Miami, i Is r course to all players as guests of last year's 100 top national news t .
The Bulletin. He is also vice the evangelist the club by paying the daily paper advertisers invested over first man to sell the value i

president of the Central Florida Listed here are some of the greens fees of $2.50 up until $300 million dollars. of your goods is yourself.

Society for the Advancement of that he will the June 1.Harrelson. . . . .. ...... i I
Ethical Hypnotism. subjects b using said anyone desiringto !i
The author of several widely rest of this week and next week. purchase stock may do so by
articles on the subjectof Who Cares If A Sinner Goes To paying a minimum of $50 down
published GARDEN CLINIC Mrs. Odell Bronson, representing the Tuxedo Feed Store is shown in the above
and j jDON'T
hypnotism, McCawley is on Hell?, The Devil's Rainbow Why the balance within six months.
photo presenting a bag of Vigoro fertilizer to Mrs. Robert Metzger, president of the Kissimmee
Go To Church On Night, While these
the Sunday making
call 24 hours each day by payments
Garden Club. The new type bag with the built-in handle weighs only 35 pounds and rontain.senoul'h
Orange County Sherifi's Depatt- The Unpardonable Sin, The Old will be prospective members may play
Vigoro to fertilize 5000 square feet of lawnA garden clinic held Friday and Sat- BORROW
Time Religion Previews Of Com- urday at the Tuxedo Feed Store. Walter Bass, representative for Vigoro from Swift and Company, the course by paying daily greens
BENEFIT ing Atttractions, The New Birth, Orlando will be on hand for the clinic. Bass will help solve your gardening problems. (Photo by fees.He
Ws The Thief On The Cross Ed Cooper) said all persons who have
'CanastaBridge Party Saved, What Will You Do With '
CttMBtHBltr 11...* TROUBLE
Jesus! Special music is presented -
FRL, Mar. 18 7:30 pm at each service. CandidatesContinued Kowboys To Play V V

SMBiM re4 liT Sunday s':hool will begin.At 9:45 Office Holders Jobs Sebring Here FridayThe
KISSIHHEE WOMAN'S CLUB f &.m. Sunday. There are ,classes
DOOR Panes ( from 1)) BOIUIOW MONEY
for all ages. Guests are welcome. page Kissimmee Kowboys will -
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;1'//---.. For State Senator, 33rd Senatorial Explained To PTABy open their home season of base- I Ii I
/ District, Irlo Bronson. ball Friday when they play the .
., ;' / .:' "< For Member of the State Houseof DON STETSON the responsiUlity then would rest Sebring Blue Streaks at 8 p.m..t: AND TROUBLE V

designed for Representatives, Osceola County with the board". County Clerk the Osceola Athletic Field. _
.'. J. J. Griffin Jr. When Osceola County picks its Ray answered that "It's a consti- The locals will field a veteran '
'-l IDfesfe A list of persons qualified as choices this year for county jobs, tutional office". State Senator team for this first Ridge Confer- -
'. candidates of the Republican Party one group of voters will know Irlo Bronson said "This comes up ence game for the Kowboys and WILL FOLLOWDon't "
I to be voted on in the Primary ([probably for the first time) exactly tt almost every session of the will be trying hard for a con- I
in Election May 3rd is as follows: what each job requires-its Legislature. We started a consti- I ference win. Sebring is defending ,..., '."
For Representative in Congress Bowers, duties, and salary. tutional amendment whkh madeit conference champion.This I
FLORIDAproved Fifth Congressional' District, D. That'. the fruits of a' meeting possible for four counties, by should prove to be an interesting : _:

M. Ladd. Monday night in St. Cloud High local referendum, to have their game with plenty of believe word of it f lht "
in For Governor, George C. Peterson School, arranged jointly by the choice of electing or appointing". running.The a : .
Emerson H. Rupert. Kissimmee Parent-Teacher Asso- Three Florida counties have used probable storting lineup for
FLORIDAA For Secretary of State, Percy ciation and the Jaycees of Kissimmee this option and gone over to ap the Kowboys will be Bob Gehrett, If you're in a "tight," yo' awl cum
W. Thompson.For and St. Cloud. Approximately pointing." short stop; Don Streetman or V. I

State Treasurer Charles R. 100, attended, heard the jobs One of the jobs laid down bylaw L McKenzie right field; Butch
fischer. described, asked questions, saw. [ for the county school boardis Parrish, second base; John. Biel- and see "OK" Perkins. '
For Attorney General, Carl V. and talked with jobholders and to "adopt the school program". man third base; Frank Glass,

;' c r Wisner Jr. candidates and took home mimeo- This, a questioner was told, includes catcher; Chris Foran center field;
f 7b For State Superintendent of graphed sheets of "job spec ica- the Barney Parker left field; Phil
curriculum. Anotheris
Public Instruction Gilbert P.Rich- tions" for further study. to "designate positions to be Flater, first base; Gary Jones, If he cant get the dough for you, I

ardson. Miss Alice McMahon directorcf filled". Ken Murphy and Billy Wilson
'xtl For Railroad and Public Utilities Pol- pitchers.tial .
the Centre Practical
\V Commissioner, Victor A.Rule. for The board also is empowered to nobody can.
: itics at Rollins College preparedthe .
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"provide for child welfare" This '
l sheets and explained them. .. : ::
: it was explained includes such td
'She emphasized that she and her list of candidates, however, -t
Baptist Church things as providing school lunches i
staff hunted up the information attended, stood up and identified .: "
Schedule Announced directly at the source-in stacksof providing for parking areas themselves, --and ',made*'new a& : MtA 1T.rt
r 4aw books where the State and general traffic safety (in qu d ntances. These included County ) t N.AT.lr; I.' : t ,, .\
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cooperation with the "
locality) ,
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A vacation Bible school l clinic for Constitution and later Legisla- Ray Assessor La- : :
around the schools, providing for
rV the faculties of the Bible schoolsof tures gave the orders. Even so! nier. Senator Bronson Jude COMPANYPHONE -
LOAN & FINANCE
school nurses and calling in wel- :
the Baptist churches of Wekiwa some corrections were offered. Johnson, County Commissioners
Association will be helJ in the Much interest centered around fare agencies when necessary. L. J. Harvey and Oren Brown I
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? First Baptist Church at Orlando the chain of 'command: in school The county superintendent, it School Board member, and County TI 6-7801

r next Wednesday from 9:30 a.m. administration. For example the was brought out, has a salary School Superintendent Tyson allup
to 3:30 p.m.Members county superintendent of schools fixed by law at a maximum of for re-election, and Duncan : Broadway at Darlington over McCrory 5&10,Kissimmee

of the First Baptist and his principals work out recommendations $7,500? any repayment of his expenses McFariand running for school Towns
Church of Kissimmee Bible school on a long list of is (Tyson said) "at the board, Stephen E. Sharpe and W. Loans :Made In All Nearby

BOLD NEW will attend this clinic in preparation subjects: "He shall have the authority pleasure of the county school B. Stephens, running for Tyson's Florida Owned and Florida OperatedAlso
for the school to begin here to exercise general over- board. job.Most
June 6th. sight over the county school sys- The county school budget Is of these are expected to Four, Convenient Offices in Cocoa, Ft. Pierce,
A fellowship supper for the tem in order to determine prob- adopted by the county school appear again at the next forum,
WHEEL LOADER teachers of the Sunday school and lems and needs and to recommend board-and then goes to the sUite April: 11, in the Osceola High Melbourne and Titusville.
their families will begin at 6 p.m. improvements. He shall advise, board: in Tallahassee. School cafeteria in Kissimmee.

Wednesday following by the week counsel, and recommend to tile Osceola County Ray said, is a Kissimmee PTA will elect officersat

ly teachers meeting. Junior De- county board (of education) on all I single school district except thai that meeting. . . .
at ROZIERSee partments 1 and 2 _will serve as educational matters. He shall recommend it's divided into five school board I I
hosts for the supper. At 730; P-Pl.1 policies! member residence' districts to
the newest concept in material handling the church meets in business con-
: But his .recommendations go on space out the boardmembership
ference in the .
equipment, the Cat No. 944 Traxcavator R. church auditorium.B. up the line. Prospective teachers, so that each area is represented
minister of
Blankenship
now at Rozier Machinery Company for example are recommended by Some of the audience questions
music will preach at both morn-
school principal, then by the tax monies for
sought light
The Cat No. 944 features: diesel or gasoline ing services Sunday and Harry a : recommends- on
The the schools. Senator Bronson said
superintendent.
:
power power shift transmission choir Altemus will, a lead tenor the in congregationin the church tion goes to the board of school the state money from Tace tracksis : CLINICFRIDAY

live-action hydraulics two cu. yd. load singing. Dr. H. P. Amos, pastor, trustees, an unpaid group serv- divided, in Osceola County, 50- -
ing two-year terms tne taw 50 between school board .amicountl'
capacity designed for safety and visi will visit the mission Holopaw
and meet with the Holopaw, mission says "all schools in the county commission. Superintendent V.
bility. committee Sunday afternoon shall be under their general supervision Tyson said auto' tag money
,.CAT CATERPILLAR & TRAXCAVATOR ARE: REGISTERED _* but not control" from the county goes into thestate"s
TRADEMARKS OF THE CATERPILLAR TRACTOR co. they "shall constitute an advisory general revenue fund-"but
and: limited policy-forming body it's earmarked to guarantee our SATURDAY' "
$203 Million Bridge, Road shall consult with patrons capital outlay". He said that altogether &
teachers and principals and shall "about 72, per cent" of
Projects Under Way advise the county school offi the county's school money comes

cials". from thestate.. County, Judge
Over $203 million in road and MAN will be here
IOZIERP The trustees nominate the 0. P. Johnson added "And some FIELD

bridge construction projects were prospective teachers to the county comes from local ad valorem tax". to help solve your .
under way in the state during board .of education whose five Miss' McHahon's sheaf of "job FREE DBA'WING '
.
January according to. a monthly members get $900 a year and specifications" covered still other GARDEN PROBLEMS
MACHINERY I CO. progress ,report issued yesterdayby mileage for their meetings and offices. The county tax assessor
William B. Killian chairmanof '
ORLANDO S TAMPCATERPILLAR serve-four-year terms. They appoint ($7500 maximum, four years])
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the State Road Board.In
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the teacher sign the teach- hall certify to the county superintendent Sunniland
addition to the $203,902,636of Sunniland
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projects already under con- er's contract, or for waat Oe his estimate of the .__ _
law "good cause" they or evaluation" reasonably. -{
struction. Chairman Killian said calls total ex: .
the reject the recom- the The county Cattle or
that bids were received for $5- trustees can pected far year.! J
276,310 in new construction. mendation. County board membersare school board apFoints its. own .attorney Organic .:.
assigned a long list'of responsibilities at "basic annual fees", to
: Manure
which add up to do routine legal work (land 6-6-6 ; Sheep
running the schools. school-construction and the like]) .
And the county superintendent, and ,advise on legal questions.
: BEFORE YOU BUILD OR BUY having sent up his "advice counsel Such needs, it. was said, in 50 Ib.Bag $1.95

and recommendations" to the nearby: counties have included
70 j
$2
county" board "on all educational such things as advising about a ;
V V. SEE GEORGE FIRSTV matters", receives their decisionsand teacher who refuses to take the .
V : becomes their agent to carry loyalty oath and the citizen 2SIb. Bag,1OSnnniland
them OUt-to run the system.As groups which hunt through school '

> Quality All The Way In J. C. Tyson, present super libraries for books they denounce
'A.\ intendent, explained: during the aa un'American, also "problemsof .
REYNOLDS CUSTOM BUILT discussion "the board is expectedto clubs, fraternities and did Sunniland

*tt i V be lay people; that's why the pline". :
: superintendent and principals are The board of county commissioners Chlordane "PALM TREESPECIAL19 ;

HOME expected to recommend and was covered,.too, as having ,
guide". duties to "correct safety haz

... On a question "what are the ards" around schools beautify 1 Lb. ----19c 51b. P 65c :
Built Right To Last Longer qualifications for the school schools, improve roads and side- g-----

board", County Clerk Glenn Ray walks around school, and "cer 51b. Pkg. - SSe 10 Ib.Pkg.----$1.10. :
have to the tax
replied They just pay tilt a resolution stating
For Complete Planning Service Call the money" (to file as a candidate lety approved by the voters in <.0;

); another added Tfcey' mud each school election district". .
GEORGE L REYNOLDSTI7i266 have lived a year in Florida and One after-the-meeting comment FEED ,:
six months in the county". was-that while specifications were :

No Obligation James P. McGowan, one of the spelled! out for the various eoumy TUX E 0 0 :
: citizens' panel, said be believed"it jobs 'none were provided for thequalifications : -
efficient if the tandidate needs STORE;
F. H, A. and Conventional Financing ", would be more a
superintendent were appointed by Ut,fit .the job. The answer was V
*GU 'TEED'i the:board (rather than elected by that tne. non-partisaB, non-politi- a

ALL WORK AND MATERIALS. ,,?.., RA .y-', '... the. voters) it would be easier to tiltipolncy t..f VthiPTA and JC 111 BROADWAYP.ge o TIbpi
.get rid 'trf him than by election; left no'optnon'oa this. A substan- I .

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brought in on temporary; duty and Jehovah's Witnesses
later assigned permanently to the
For Brush N' Bucket ; Has Rich ExperienceRobert Rhine Main Air Force Base for Activities Listed
the Berlin Air Lift in 1943.He .
.. is married and his wife,I Friday March 18. 7:30 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Blevins announce -':, V. JfcKIssic who along< Ann, is a native of Germany. ministry school. Talks on "The-
the grand opening of the with Art Scalli and Jim Clay, i ht CANDIDATE They have three children, ,HeKjn Ministy School As An Aid To
OPENS
Brush N* Bucket Paint Store at STORE 5. a candidate for city commissionfrom Mary 11; Robert V. Jr., nine ana Public Bible Speaking' ; "Are We
14 Bryan Street Friday and Sat group two in the annual Barbara Carol, seven. Living In The Appointed Time Of
urday. The attractive store is municipal election on Tuesday, McKissic is presently; vice president The End?**; Biblb reading of
housed in a brand new modern March 29, was serving as chair- and manager of Florida Psalm 68:1 to 68:35; "Where The
building and features Rockccte man of the board of commissioners Realty Counselors and general Floodwaters That Deluged The
paints and supplies.A for McLemore Oklahoma in manager of Orange Gardens.He Earth Fed Forty Days Came
1956 when he resigned and moved is a member of the Kissimmee From".
new machine which can mix with his family to Kissimmee tc Rotary Club, Kissimmee Sunday, March 20, 4 p.m.: public
paint in any one of almost 1200', Y/4, accept a job as assistant managerof Board of Realtors and is active in talk, "Identifying The True
colors in just one minute- will be 1 Orange Gardens. organizing the new Footaght God". The subject of the Watch-
demonstrated to the visitors at bT McKissic: was born in Lafeve'! a, Theater Guild. towfer" study and discussion is
the opening. Wade said yesterday,, Indiana on April 15, 1924. ue "Mildness And Self Control Yield'
"Our new Spectro-matic' machine', was graduated from Shortridge Peaceable Fruitage". One of the
represents a revolutionary change' F High School in Indianapolis and Yacht Club Plans scriptures for consideration will
in paint marketing that permitsus t attended: Hills Business University be 2 Timothy 2:24: "A slave of)
to give much greater service. NEW PAINT MACHINE-Vicky Blevins and her daughter; Carrol, at Oklahoma City, Okla majoring Cruise March\ 27th the Lord does not need to fight
to our customers. are shown in the above photo operating the new Spectro-matic in, business administration but needs to be tactful toward all
Paint Machine that mixes 1200 different colors, each Interesting films on transporting
nearly one
"The machine is, in effect a and accounting.He qualified to teach, keeping himself
miniature paint factory right in taking only! a minute. The machine will be introduced at the entered the army in 1944 heavy gold mining equipmentby restrained under evil.
grand opening of the new Brush n* Bucket Paint Store, Friday large 'canoe in South Americawere
our store," Blevins said. and served during the Luzon campaign
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and Saturday. The new store is owned and operated by Mr. and shown at the meeting of
in mere seconds we can custom- Mrs. Wade Blerins, and is located: at 14 Bryan.Street. (Photo by in the Philippines with the Tohopekaliga Yacht Club Bible book study in the Bible aid
mix any color the customer chooses Cooper) 25th Infantry Division. He was a "Your Will Be Done On Earth"Meetings .
in any finish he wants and he member of the occupational forcesin Monday night. are held at the King.
nu Japan in September 1945, and Five new members, Woody
can always get perfectly matcned dom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses
end his wife Vicky have lived in I building contractor and James first Strickland, Winifred B a rgess,
paint later on, if he wants mare," as such participated in the Ocean Street. All good-will per-
he said. WADE BLEVINS Kissimmee. for the past nine Courtney, electrical contractor. national elections ever held in ROBERT V. McKISSIC Rieder Dillon, Bob Taylor and sons are invited tG attend.
The sleek machine which resembles years. They have four children, Florida Led NationIn that country while serving as a (Photo by Skinner Steve Gavalas, attended the meet
a mlt"set in appearance, Richard 12, Mark 10 Phillip 8 and sergeant of a G-2 team observing it it ing.This Tru-Tones To Play
operates on a very simple prin. a base paint. An automatic version Carrol 6. Vicky will assist her Tree Farm AcreagePaul the elections."I vote." month's cruise will be held
ciple to produce its almost unlimited of the same machine was husband at the store. They are W. Sanborn, manager of was amazed," McKissic: recalls McKissic reenlisted in 1946 for March: 27th. Those leaving from At Youth Dance .
selection of colors. Its selected by the U. S. Departmentof formerly from Kimball West the Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce "because 11 of the first 12 service in Europe. He served tI ree Kissimmee will meet at Vine and The Tru Tones of St. Petersburg
central feature is a revolving assembly Commerce as part of the U. S. Virginia and now live at 518 Carson reports that word from towns observed bas 100 per cent years at the military post in Main Streets at 8 a.m. and all on will pliay at the dance a.
of nine cannisters, eacn exhibit at the Casablanca 1959 Street. Wade is a member of the Florida Forest Service indicates participation in the elections! and Frankfort and as staff sergeant the cruise will meet at the Bithlo the Youth Center Saturday night,
containing a different colorant. International Trade. Fair in Africa the Kissimmee Chamber of Com that Florida led the nationin all were primarily small country was involved in a job of provio- cutoff at 9. Destination is Mel according to Art Dyer, director.
Following special formulas, precise merce. 1959 tree farm acreage with villages. I saw several families big housing, facilities and security I k ume. The doors will open at 8 p.m.
amounts of color are dis- Free paint will be given with a The new building on Bryan St. 5,191,971 acres under ,the pro that had walked miles carrying for the large group of Air Each person will bring a picnic: ; with dancing from 8:30 to 12. Admission
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Secretary Benson :' \:>;: : ':=;o ',/ '> Tuesday Church News Topic Announced

B. ,"'t Mrs. Nettie J. Eichelberger 78, Services at the First Methodist The power of faith raise to
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; of Lake Alfred, and a former resident Church begin with Sunday schoolat \ spiritual understanding; -will te
'I of Intercession City, passed 9:45 am. and there are classes emphasized at Christian Science

Speaks at Deer Park away in a Winter Haven hospital for all iges, including a nursery services Sunday.Mark's .
k zn.k Tuesday after several weeks ill- for infants and small children. account of the healingof

ness. The morning worship service the epileptic boy will be read
She was native of Calhoun starts at 11 o'clock and
a this concluding with Christ Jesus'
Ezra Taft Benson, U. S. secre- in Florida.
tary of agriculture, spoke at the Benson told the group he wouldbe County, West Virginia and a member Sunday the secretary of church words (9:29)): "This kind can
of the Church of the Brethren. extension Dr. R. Holmes
C. of
Mormon k come forth by nothing, but by
Church in Deer Park the first to admit that our democratic
Sunday evening. This was Secretary system "is not; perfect because Survivors include two daughters, Lakeland, will be the guest speaker. rrayer and fasting." The subjectof
Mrs. Zelda A. Gnegy, Washington The Chancel Choir will
Benson's second visit to the 1is 'operated by human presentthe the lesson-sermon is "Matter.
D. C. and Mrs. Bonnie Agnes anthem, "Beside Still Waters"by Selections from "Science and
Dsseret: Farms ranch. Deer Parkin beings who are not Infallible.
Hull, Davis, West Virginia, anda Hamblen with Mrs. Robert Ebyas with to the Scrip.
the past few years. He commented Nevertheless, he added, "it has Health Key
grandson, Boyd W. Hull, of soloist. tares Mary Baker Eddy will
on the remarkable growth given us'the highest standard of by
of the 3iS,000 acre spread located living of any nation In the w rld." Bridgeport, W. Va. Worship service Sunday evening Include this ((23:16)Faith) if Ufce
between Kiss mJnee and Melbourne The secretary als* drew various Funeral services were held at begins at 7:30 with tho paster, mere belief, is as a pendulum
comparisons between the American 11 a.m. Saturday at the inter- Rev. l\inry:\ Guy bringing the swinging between nothing and
Benson flew to Orlando from way of life and that of several ment in Oak Grove Cemetery message. There will be a special something having no fixity. Faith
Washington and spent the week Commune t-eontrolled countries he Lake Alfred, with the Rev. Den- program of Negro spirituals presented advanced to spiritual understanding -
end visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ells visited nearly five months ago. nis R. DeLecure officiating assisted by the boys and girls of is the evidence gained from
worth at the church ranch. He The Russian system of govern- by the R.nSamuel' C. the Vesper Choir. Spirit, which rebukes sin of ev-
Wood and the Rev. George S. Also on Sunday, the Methodist claims God."
returned to Washington Monday ment is an evil one, he said be- of
morning cause it "denies the existence of Henniger. Grissom Funeral Home Youth Fellowship will meet for The Golden Text is from Coloakians -
Speaking to some 450 membersof God and takes away a man's free was in charge of arrangements. supper at 6 p.m., followed by the ((3:2)): "Set your affectionon
the church at the ranch Sunday agency and his freedom of choice." MYF programs at 6:30. things above, not on things on
night, the secretary praised the On Monday. March 21st, the the earth."
people for their efforts in develop- Roy Nicely, 55, Died W. S. C. S. will hold their general)

ing the flourishing cattle industry William A. Hicks Suddenly TuesdayRoy meeting at 3 p.m. in the educational WEEK END
Receives PromotionWilliam building. Hostesses will be
Nicely, 65, a resident of Mrs. Henry Guy, Mrs. W. P.
A. Hicks of Kissimmee SECRETARY SPEAKS-Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson spoke to more than 400 persons Kissimmee two years died suddenly Hanks Mrs. Laura Parker, and I SPECIALS i
CARD OF THANKS has recently been promoted to the Sunday evening at the Mormon Church at Deer Park. Elder Benson is a member of the quorum of Tuesday. Mrs. F. O. Tewksbury. '
W. wish to thank our neIghbors grade of Cadet Master Sergeantin 12 Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Secretary Benson spoke briefly at A native of Dayton, Ohio, Mr. The W. S. C. S. will hold the 1 Doz. nice Shiners '
kindnesnea and friends shown un for In the the many loss the University of Florida Army the morning service and to dignitaries and members from Orange, Seminole, Brevard, Polk and Nicely was manager and coowner second session in their book tudy $1.00CANE
of our .son and brother. ROTC Cadet Regimental Head- Osceola counties at the evening serrices. Pictured in the above photo left to right, are Secretary of The Tackle Shop in Kissim- entitled "Luke's Portrait ofChrist"
MRS: HESS J SIGLER quarters announced this week. Benson Elder Leo Ellsworth, manager of Deseret Farms of Florida, Inc, President Leonard Duggarof mee. He was a member of the POLES
MRS.MRS.CHARLES VIVIAN COLLINS OARVIN Hicks i Is a junior in the Collegeof the Orlando Stake and Bishop Fred Johnson of Ellsworth Ward. (Photo by Ed Cooper) Baptist Church and the Elks educational on Tuesday building.The .at 9:30 in the

Agriculture at the University Lodge. children's choirs rehearse 25c each

:I First Aid Course Vital To ParentsThe George Mansfield Surviving are his wife, Orpha Tuesday as follows: Vesper Choir, Large African
Mae, and a son, Roy E.. both of
Rites Held 3 p.m., Cherub Choir) 4 p.m. and NIGHT CRAWLERS45c
Red Cross standard first Red Cross Civil Defense and Elks,: TuesdayGeorge Kissimmee and a brother, Her- Carol Choir, 4:40 p.m.
bert, of
aid course will be conducted at is opened to the public and young Dayton. The mid-week prayer and Bible box
I Anthony Mansfield 63, Grissom Funeral Home is in
I Will Your Vote the Elks building* each Monday the educational building Wednesday
Appreciate -
from 7 to 9 p-nu, according to parents are especially urged to I of 310 Cherry Street, Kissimmee charge of arrangements, which I' at 7:30 pra. 6 PACK BEER TO GO

Major Edward F. Smith, instruc- take advantage of it, for practical I vice president of the East Central will be announced later. The Chancel Choir will rehearse 99c

MICHAEL J. (Mike) STANKO knowledge to be Used in everydaylife. I Division, Florida State Elks As- I in the sanctuary at 7:30 p.m. on

tor.The course, sponsored by the 1 1o sociation, Benevolent and Protective Presbyterian Church I Friday. Special low prices on other
beer and wine to go out
FOR CITY COMMISSIONER .,... tJ ":a ,1gtW \.' b, Saturday in a Kissimmee hospital Swiss steak supper will be Brahms to such moderns as Hoist,
0' Small Boat with Trailer
''' '-... "1 tf'. {, after several months illness.A served Thursday, March\ 17, with Meyerowitz and Hanson.
.f', 0 native of North Creek Ohio servings at I 5 and 6 pjn. by the There will be no charge to the and 4 Kickers Cheap
I am a self supported t.l i> Bethany Circle and held in the concert but a free will offeringwill
"''Jt : he had been a resident of this educational be taken.A Open Daily
building. The Chancel
y candidate married and
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r community for the past eight Choir meets the same evening for Kissimmee girl, Miss Jan Kay & Henry's
have a son and a daughter. years. rehearsal at 7:45 in the sanctu Mickler, is a member of the choir.
Bait & Tackle
Before his retirement several
M ary.A Longest ana undersea
aecpeat
concert of sacred musIc featuring I Shop
he connected with
years ago was telephone cable stretches iVom
Rose Bosazza, baritone, 3 Mi. South of Kissimmee
Standard Oil Company. on
y California to Hawaii. Placed in
] I have lived and paid Survivors include his wife, Mrs. and John Carter, pianist, distin- October, 1957 it is 2,400 miles I I I 17-92 next ta Pit Barbecue.

\ r taxes in Kissimmee for Hazel Mansfield, Kissimmee; guished concert ensemble will Le long. 1 TI 6-8805
presented in the church: sanctuary
three daughters, Mrs. James
f more than 14 years.I Y by the Chancel Choir on Friday,
.. .@ Piitchett, Newport Michigan;
Mrs. Alda Hovarter and Miss Corrine March 18, 8 p.m.

-'. J> ...;... Mansfield, both of Garrett, The Session will meet Monday, USED OUTBOARD
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.+ 0 .'.A Indiana; two sons, George -
our city. tudy.
; Mansfield and Charles B.
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.The Bethany Circle will meetat
.sw.4:' Mansfield, both of Garrett; three
the same time in the educa-
Miss Helen Bar-
,J' I am not obligated to NEW OFFICES-The staff of Osceola Memory Gardens in Kis- step-daughters tional building.: Mrs. Erford
simmee has moved into their new offices located on the BoggyCreek tholomew, Fort Wayne, Indiana; Woods and Mrs. Arthur James, LOW AS $25.00
anyone person or to any Miss Isabel Bartholomew and Mrs.
Road. The attractive brick structure in the above photo hostesses. Miss Medora Russell
of houses offices Horace E. and his John Magnusson, both of Kissim- values
4'4 group people. for Phipps manager secretary. and Mr. D. Coe Love, Big in top quality fully conditioned
RU Open house will be held Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 pan. mee and 6 grandchildren. program
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leaders.
MICHAEL J. STANKO > and on Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Landscaping: of Osceola Funeral services were held at Outboard Motors in a variety of makes and sizes.
-- Memory Gardens has been carried out during the past year 2 o'clock Tuesday from the Gris- The Youth Choir meets Tuesday Whether
I ... 3:15 in the church. you're just starting in outboarding or
.- toward the completion of one section of the Gardens. The publicis chapel, with B. P. O. Elks pjiu
(This Adv. paid for by Michael J. Stanke) 1 invited to attend open house and inspect the marble statue@. som Lodge No. 1873 conducting the The mid week service will be whether you're looking for a reliable second
9cad" that were imported from Italy. (Photo, by Ed Cooper) held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. with
ritual. Brother Elks serving as
casketbearers were George An- hymn singing and Bible study. motor, you won't want to miss- these big bar-
I Ephesians is the book
derson, II. J. Perkins, C. C. Smith, studied. now being gains.
Frank Broyles Jack White and

Eugene McCann. Interment was in Motors From 2% HP to 40 HP
Osceola Memory Gardens. Gris- A Cappella Choir
som Funeral Home was in charge. .. WE REPAIR ALL MAKES
IT'S A HEALTHY SIGN! cf arrangements. To Appear Tonight EASY TERMS

The A Cappella Choir of Geor-
County Pioneer To gia State College for Women will KISSIMMEEOUTBOABD
For the first time in many years there are candidates in each appear at the First Methodist

in Election be held Be Buried TodayGabe Church Thursday March 17th at
group represented the annual Municipal to on 7:30 p.m. ; SALES

Tuesday, March\ 29. Harrison White, 89, pi- Their program includes numbers 15
Broadway
TI 67631Keller's
cneer St. Cloud resident, died
ranging from the earliest
Monday.

This is indeed a healthy sign! When I ran for city commission Born, in_ Eatonton, Ga, he came I .

a couple of years back, I had but one motive, and that was to when Osceola he was County four with years his old.parents A

to create a spirit in which qualified men could compete for thisame citrus grower and a retired con- I I Cooper and Gregory Music Company invites you to hear' Herb

tractor, he had a hand in the con- Foote, Cypress Gardens organist, Paul Hcinsohn and Howard Sheets ina
office and
thus create the interest needed to make eligible struction of many of the older I I delightful

citizens take time out to cast a ballot. homes and buildings of Osceola =
County. He was a veteran of the >
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I believe that the forthcoming election will therefore, cause member of the Frederick Funston ORGAN CONCERT ;
Post No. 22, USWV, St. Cloud. :
a large number of voters to turn out, and if this is done, we have Surviving are his wife, Mrs. .t.1,

started something good for the City of Kissimmee. Carrie Sullivan White, St. Cloud; FROM BOP TO BACH f
ART SCALLI a daughter Mrs. Earl Y. Aker, i' '
Cocoa; two stepsons, Joe H. Bar-
ber, Kissimmee Park', and Warren Sunday, March 20th 2 p.. m..0 J::

My interest' in the progress of Kissimmee began the day I arrived here in 1951, and in my Barber., Mrs.Okeechobee Mae Bass,;St.a stepdaughter Cloud; one

own way, I have attempted to contribute to that progress. I served as president of the Rotary granddaughters.granddaughter and two great- AT THE CIVIC RECREATION CENTER IN WINTER HAVEN

Club; member Kiwanis Club; past president Methodist l1en.Club' ; -treasurer Osceola Golf and Funeral services will be held at (Located in the downtown area near Citrus Exposition Hall) .
2:30 pjn. Thursday from the
Country Club; commissioner of Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts; member board of directors of Kis Grissom Chapel, Kissimmee, with V .

Children's the Rev. H. L. Webb, pastor of FREE ADMISSION.\ O Call GArden 5-0305 Orlando for
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of Commerce; served as member of Commission; member Osceola the First Baptist Church of St.

Business and Cloud, officiating. Casketbearerswill
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Barber Joe Barber, Malcomb Bar-
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I have operated a successful business as Special Agent for New. York Life Insurance Company son. Interment will be in Rose Hill 3 Hammond Organ Models will be played during the Concert. Hear the New.Extra-
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here for the past six years. Prior to entering the insurance business, I was school principal Home in charge. < .:

and coach for 10 years, having obtained my Master's Degree in School Supervision. and .

Administration from Florida State University at Tallahassee. .

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Kissimmee can well be proud of the Osceola High School Band x TUXEDO FEED STORE \is holding a Garden Clinic Friday and
which brought back superior ratings in all three divisions at the district Saturday at.theJ; tore on Broadway Members of the Kissimmee Gar- '
I contest at Lake Wales Saturday. It was a bitter cold day and den Club lave been assisting Od U and Madlyn: Bronson in the promotion -
the kids reported at the school at 6 a.m. for transportation to Lake =moo of the -garden ttfcic and cote bt them will be on hand at the (
Wales and kept up a steady pace until after nine that night when all store. Walter Bass, representative of Swift and Company of Orlando
eleven bands participated in a mass band concert at the Lake Wales will be on hand to help you solve your gardening problems. A free 1 t E r
stadium. Their conduct not only as a group but also individually was drawing"wim> k held at 3 p m. Saturday. You do'not have to be present .
above reproach and I was proud to be one of the adults accompanying in order to win, and it is not necessary to purchase anything in orderto 4CELEBRATES
them. Others going along with them included Lucile Dawkins, Bertha register. Here are some of the prizes: Lawn drencher, bag of e
Cockerille, Kimbrough Conley, the Farmers, the J. L. Hutchinson, theM Golden Vigoro, gallon of liquid Vigoro, 6 packages pf wild bird seed
Codys, the Robert Metzgers, Dorothy Hodala, Geneva Hughey, Mrs. peat mass,-and others. Bring a sick plant and consult Mr, Bass about
Ruth Jordan, the Bill Drivers and Mr. and Mrs. John Jamison. your gardening problems. _
I OSCEOLA MEMORY GARDENS is having open house Friday,
Bob Moorman's office is now E. Dotson.Dr. Saturday and Sunday in the new office located on the Boggy Creek
graced with a sailfish which he and Mrs. L. C. Harvey of Road. The public is invited to attend and inspect their lots and see SEVENTH
BIRTHDAY
caught off Stuart recently. This Saginaw, Michigan visited Mr. the marble statuary that was imported from Italy.. Many persons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Odell Bronson-, celebrated 5Iiss Renee her Bronson.seventh
5i foot beauty also won him a and Mrs. Harvey Carr in Hunt. lots In Osceola Memory Gardens
have
purchased with
including myself, birthday Saturday a party at her home. Pictured above, the
citation which is displayed' below ington Heights last week after and have not seen them since the landscaping has been Completed honoree and the guests are left to right front row Chuck Ed-
the fish. returning from a Caribbean cruiseto This will give iou an opportunity to do so from 9 am. to 5 p.m. wards, Suzanne Spencer. Renee, Myra Upstead. Second row,
On the sick list this week South America. Friday and Saturday: and from 1 pJn.': to I 5) pjn. Sunday. Horace Terri Bethune, Ginny Graves, Molly Ann Carter, Richard Harper.
I those admitted at the Kissimmee Birthday congratulations this Phipps, manager, will be on hand to greet you. Kissimmee: now hasa Back row, left to right Debbie Harper, Joe Johnston, Gary Kelley
Hospital included Mrs. Elizabeth week are being sent to Bill In. very modern cemetery with beautiful grounds.and it is conveniently and Bill Hughey. (Photo by Ed Cooper)
Charm, Mrs. Fannie Rector, W. 0. gram, Ralph Edward Yates, Vance located *A Rose Hill Cemetery with its twftntiful oaks.
Taylor, Miss Patricia Miller, Mrs. Bass, Linda Lupfer, Harry Dale, AN ORGAN CONCERT -riib your-pl; mIlxt Sunday, March JVCTU To ill eet Gloriosa Circle To
Margaret Fore, Mrs. Jcann Chancy Clyde Story, Mack Overstreet, 20th, at 2 p.m. at the Civic' Recreation Cent r in downtown Winter
Mrs. Viola Branson, Mrs. Eve- Ethel Fennell, Jack Crum Jr.. Haven. Everything from Bop to Bach will be played by the three Thursday Night Sleet Friday .
lyn Hearn, A. G. Friedrich, Em- Mary Frances Prather, Prato artists who will entertain those lucky enough to get one of the 400 The regular monthly meeting The Gloriosa Circle of the Kis-
mett Bloodsworth, Mrs. Ella Gilbert, Mary Stone, Teri Tarcai, seats available. Admission is free but you aaust make a reserva- of the Woman's Christian Tem- simmee Garden Club will meet
Pullen, Mrs. Theta Rupert, Ralph Gene Snyder Amos Taylor, Nancy tion at the Keller's Cooper and Gregory Music Store in Orlando by perance Union will meet at 7:30 Friday, March 18th, at 2:30 p.m.
Rupert, Mrs. Alice Nelms Miss Clemons, LU Colburn, Kathy AND MRS. CHARLES PERSONS phoning; GArden 50505.. Herb Foote, well known Cypress Gardens p.m. March 17th. in the Nazarene at Hart Mmorial Library
Bessie Cuddy, Mrs. Susan Bloker, Croft, Lester Mann, Elsie Grigv& (Photo by Boudreaux) organist will play the new A-100 model Hammond Organ; Paul Hein- Church.. Mrs. Robert Ford will presentthe
W. F. Lewis, Isaac Dyals, Mrs. by, Judy Rollins, Renee Bronson, sohn will show his kfol on the Ww Ettravoice Yhodel, and Howard Mrs. R&gle, state president, program, using as her topic ;
Edith Dominy Walter Custer, G. Barbara: ,Jean Veihman, Bill Gep- Sheets at self-contained: A-100 model. Glenn Nelson will delightthe and other state co-workers will "Flower Arrangement Practice".
H. Noble. Mrs. Araminta Bass, hart, Bill Skinner, Steve John- Barbara June Thomas audience with his versatility at the chord organ. It is hoped that be in charge of the program. The Hostesses will be Mrs. Clyde
A. E. Sommers, Mrs. Lula B. son, Sara Skinner, Nancy McAl- Chuck Cusic of Ocala can be on hand to lake part In the program. He public is invited. Nelson and Mrs. Joe Butler.
Newcomer At the Osceola lister, Mrs. Harrie T. Best, Earls is the blind organist 'who plays at the Brahman Restaurant in Ocala I
Hospital Charles Reddick, Tanner, Mrs. J. G. Matz, and I heard him give a concert about a month ago, and it was very fine.
C. B. Green, Mrs. Clara Seal, Mrs. &dgar Glass. Best wishes to each Weds Charles PersonsThe All .residents in. this area are invited to attend, and the drive to Art Scalli To Rebekah Lodge To
Jeanette Shivers, Mrs. Lilliam of you. Winter Haven takes only a short time..
Parker, G. Beauchamp, Mrs. Rosie SMELTZER'S DAIRY QUEEN opened Wednesday one mile northof Attend SeminarArt Hold Rummage SaleThe
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Campbell, Mrs. S. Pinkerton, Milton and Mrs. William Bronsonof Kissimmee 'on 1792441. The new building is very modern in design Scalli of Kissimmee attended Rebekah Lodge 42 will holda
Murphy, Leroy Smith, Nina Syracuse, New York are ,visiting and has ample space to park 15 or 20 cars. James and Barbara an advanced underwriting sem- rummage sale Saturday, March
Wells, Stewsrt Armstrong, Stephen Mrs. Lena Hunt at 107 Drab First Presbyterian Churchof the University of Florida. He i id Smeltzer are the owners and operators of the new Dairy Queen. They inar in Orlando devoted to a studyof 19th, at the Central School
Smith, Maymie Hnghey, bette Street. St. Cloud was the scene of a now associated with his father in operated a similar business for Dariy Queen for four years in High business insurance coverages, grounds.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Pepper- wedding March 8 at 4 p.m. when business at Persons Auto.>> Supply malts and all Chester L. Campbell,
Mrs. T. Moore: Mary Myers land, Indiana. They specialize in thick shakes and according to !
Daisy Staley, Martha Croft, J. man have returned to their homeat Miss Barbara June Thomas types of ice milk specialities for which Dairy Queen is so famous.Mr. manager of the Orlando general
Wiler, B. Van Brunt, Mrs. J. Peed Syracuse New York after daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Bethany Circle To and Mrs. Smelter live in Kissimmee Highlands with their two office of New York Life Insurance BLAIR'S GIFT SHOP
and Chap Newton. spending a week with Mrs. Lena Crain Jr. cf 2000 Corena Drive, Meet Monday NightThe children Jim. Jr.,and Robert Allen. The new Dairy Queen is located Company.This NORCROSS GREETING
Dorothy; (Watford) Campbell is Hunt. Orlando, became the bride of Bethany Circle of the First just south.of the Jelly Factory and will have a grand opening soon, seminar' is part of an extensive CARDS
Mr. and Charles Persons. .
Mrs. Jim
a patient at the Orange Memorial Pound and Presbyterian Church will meet when all ,details of the building are tompleted. Stop in for your agent education program Girls F.r That SprrUl Prn m59c .
Hospital where she is scheduled children of Ft. Worth, Texas are Persons is the son of Mr. and Dairy Queen.treats. conducted by New York Life on a
Monday, March 21st, at 8 in to $18 ;
to undergo surgery Thursday. visiting Mrs. Ed Pound.Jim's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Persons of 338 Missouri the church educational building.p.m. GENE'S GARAGE now has a machine for cutting and installingauto continuing basis throughout the 1107 N. Y. Ave. St. Cloud
Monday was a big day at the Ave., St. Cloud. Miss Medora Russell and Mrs.D. glass. ,Marie Canale phoned and said that her husband; Gene, country.
E. Roscoe Smith's. home at Intercession Mr. and Mrs. 0. V. Wendell and The Rev. Handel H. Brown per. Coe Love will present the program can now !install! glass In either. autos or trucks. _
; City ,it marked son Glenn of Big Stone Gap Va. formed the double ring ceremony. Hostesses will be Mrs. Er. TRAILSUBDIVISION being developed by Bob Larson is offering For Tiny Tots Twelva7 .
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the birthday of Rev. Smith, the spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. Edward W. Cowley, St. Cloud ford Woodsand Mrs. A4ihur:. horaesites, In a desirable location north' of Kissimmee, west of MAR MIL
26th wedding anniversary of the and Mrs. J. G. Matz. was best man and Miss Sandra :. James. Hwy. 1792. Bob,ran a classified ad for the lots in last week's IN ST. CLOUD, it's lash- and Teens ;
Smiths and the first wedding anniversary Mrs. R. C. DuPre, Mrs. Robert Riggenbach, Orlando, was maid of Gazette and reports that he sold three of them. There are only .
Midkiff and daughter Jane of honor. at the Bob has for Ions for grownups at The
of their daughter and Baked Goods and three more left special price.: Altogether room
her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Travis Eau Gallie, and Mr. and Mrs. R. The bride is a graduate of Gar. 50. homes in the subdivision. The Little PeopleFor'the
R. Jessie of St. Cloud visited with land High School Garland Texas Rummage Sale ,Slated WINNERS IN THE ARCADE THEATRE coloring contest for .
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Matz Satur- where she was a member of the The Susannah Wesley Circle o: Uncle Walt's "Dog of Flanders" promotion are: Margaret Alderman,
Good SelectionsLong day.Mrs. national honor society, Quill and the First Methodist Church will Patty Cardell..Barbara Jane Reynolds, Ray Sikes, Kenny Smith, Ken:
playing Albums.. Both J. G. Matz, Mrs. E. F. Scroll. She also attended Orlando hold a rummage sale Saturday, neth Howard Stark, Larry Stanley, Gary Stanley, Billy Walker, all of .
Hi Fi and Stereo. Also top 45's! Bolden and Scotty, Mrs. Lester. Junior College, and is now em- March 19th, on the lot next door Kissimmee, and Bonnie Walker of St. Cloud. Mrs. DeRamus at the BRANDS you know In ,
Fletcher and Sharon visited at ployed by the Accepttance Cor-; to. the Rachel King Real Estate Arcade-The.old that it was very hard to choose the winners, as CLOTHING and ACCESSORIES for the family.Department.
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Shop Lakeland Tuesday and attendedthe I poration, Orlando. office ,on Broadway. all the. entries were very good. I
IOU N, VI..Ave.. : .-. ST...CLOUD. .. anniversary parade of Florida Persons is a graduate Ptt-I n Besides rummage, baked goods TARCXrS FEED' AND FARM SUPPLY is having a big garden- I
Qlufhlra College. i Cloud High School and attended,, will I})offered for sale. ing sale. Spring is.bunting oirt-alrover' and it is time to plant. Louis Store
: offering specials through April 2nd. ,He says you can have the pick
of his-stock low low prices. Sane items are being offered at ten ST. CLOUD ,
and fifteen percent off during these spring sale days. .
I BRUSH Nr BUCKET PAINT STORE opened this week in their
Kissimmee Highlands new building 'on Bryan Street. See photos and ad and story in this
Issue of The Gazette.Needlework CREDIT BUREAU

OF KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD

Member of Associated Credit Bureaus of Florida
Guild Organized HereA
; Woman's ClubPRESENTS CREDIT CLEARANCE AND COLLECTIONS

group, of women interestedin guest speakers at the meeting of Phone, TI '2560 TI 6-4311

-,.. ,. .,' forming a branch of the Nee the newly-organized Orange Gardens -
dlework Guild of America met Branch.
with Mrs. Agnes Brinson, State
Anyone from Orange Gardens,
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;;"" Welfare Worker, at the home of WOMEN'S (So soft and easy on the feet)
Mrs. James MacGowan on Knuaj- Kissimmee or Osceola County interested
March 11th. in learning more about DEER MOC SADDLE TAN TJE . . $11.95

The Orange Gardens Branch the much needed service given by
FASHIONSFANTASY A1td' was organized with the following the Needlework Guild in distributing WELLCO FOAM TREADS

elected to hold; offices: Mrs. El : new articles of clothing made WOMEN'S SANDALS . . .$2.98 $398

more Lake, president; Mrs. Mac by the different member group WASHABLE FLATS, white, beige, black. $3.98
Gowan Mrs. James Lowe, Mrs. is invited to come, see and hear.
Brinson and )tra.. Gustav Bach The meeting will be held at 2 p-m. MEN'S FORMTREAD CASUALS . Z.93$3.93WE
)-'i& arch, directors.On March 18th at the Orange Gar- GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPSPAIN'S
I : Friday, March 18th, Mis. dens Community Honae,,
? H. R. Kellie, president of the More information may be obtained SHOE STOREST.

Central Florida branch, and Mrs.J. by calling Mrs. Bacharach CLOUDL'ETTY'S
Farr, a past president, will be rt Tilden 72351.

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At The Community House FABRIC
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': ,;" AT '7:30 P. M.: : .w.. 2 BEDROOM, EXCELLENTLY FOR $5,500 you can bay a furnished New York Avenue at 11th Street in St. Cloud
i BUILT BLOCK HOME, with block cottage< in Alligator -
large carporte and utility room. Lake section, Just off Hwy. FABRICS PATTERNS :
,FASHION SHOW .BEGINS.. -,, .: 4 blocks! from lake, Vj mile front' 411. Access to and use beach.
-.;' center of city. $9,500. I Canal for year boat almost at
; AT 8:00: P. M. your door. Offered at this price Greeting Cards Dressmaking

for limited time only.I .
; ',' ALLIGATOR LAKE HOME Alterations Drapery :
with nearly 1400 qaare feet of
:" ';. floor .,.ace. 2 bedrooms. Oa OFFER ONE OF THE FEW PHONE TW 2.5262
r '' : 100'xl75lot shaded with live REMAINING WELL SHADED
:. < :' : oak and fir trees. Don't inquire LAKEFRONT LOTS on South
about this unless you are will shore of Lake Lizzie. 73 on
Regular Price, $l 1:00: 0 ,;. Children lacE ing to par for fine, high dry lo' road 78 on lake, 170 deep, for

-, :> :- cation. The price is 19000. $-Ieoo.

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FACING ALLIGATOR LAKE.' TRAILER LOTS: Size SO'xIZO: ST. :
.. 9 MILES .FROM CITY on high Restrictions bat 'no zoning. Not
ground I. offer a block home cheap bat worth the price. City
with"large 'living room with, nUhties bat no city taxes. One

."' .. ...'ft:> fireplace. Florida room two mile from center of city. $300 Business Man's Lunch :
LARGE nuke down and
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kitchen for the very: nomad *, S2Z35 per month for 36 months
STYLES BY . & ta price of 111,000. : buys. -
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SHORES GOOD HIGH well drained land
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East side ia, "tjuiet- sertfoa mlarg.4otr !: canal leading to lake and with .
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; Range refrigerator tad vasb i ier I offer two lots with 1W frontage BILL SEZ: "We have everything in the world for the
,. included':la price of $ .809. oa road and canal for $3.- Building Trade." ;
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LUCILE'S ON LAKESHORE BLVD. .- A2bedrodm Look ahead. LUMBER ROOFING PAINT :

fefock t'Ottqen', BUILDING HARDWAREPULFORD'S
jalouied :'breetewajr, attached ON LAKEFRONT. 9 tulles .
"SALON garage'and rear screened utility from St. Cloud. 2 BR furnished .
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I REVIEWING ORLANDO PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS FIRMS/\\





I Ail I Items in This Section are Paid Advertising Editorial Reviews by William E. Sloan J




Henry's InteriorsCustom Barclay's Craft Shop State's Economy AiR Office MachinesNew

Ahead of Last Year
Made Draperies, Slipcovers and Free Personalized Custom Made Kitchen Cabinets, Bars. Store FixturesVani-
Service. Shower Doors, Folding Doors, Cornices Traverse ties Formica. Wood. Finished or Unfinished and Free Esti- Florida's economy moved for. and Used Adding Machines, Duplicators, Cash Registers and Typewriters Sold, Senr-
Reds Bed Spreads and Venetian Blinds' at Prices You Can ward at a good pace l last year
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Upon Request. and bv year's end was well "hea( iced, Repaired and Rented. ,
Afford To
Pay. _ of 1958 the Florida State Chamber -
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Located 500) We t South Street in Orlando, Florida. Telephone
Located 1217 North Mills\ in Orlando Florida. Telephone 1-5281. of Commerce stated yester-
CHerry Located 437 North Orange Avenue in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 37536.
CHerry 13112. Their store fixtures will be The woodworking shop Is fully dav.In a round-up of official reports -
found in demand bv all who insiston equinned for all classes 0worfe
covering the crincioal bu i i-
When in need of this service position. we wish to take, the opportunity -
call on this firm and you will be to congratulate ute the Vst. They deAl on a lar e inrlndin cabinets and all lines of nets barometers, the trade body The management and assistantsare managed concern, but it is also a tinuous encouragement of all in

more than glad to do business management of this firm upon scale and their activity is "conducive millwork according to the most added that "the state's gains in people of long and practical commercial organization and renders the community, the assured expansion -

with them. This popular institu- the policy of fair dealing whichwas to the, prosrre end expansion nDrrovpd nrocess. The work H some categories last year over experience in this business. Theyare a service that is necessaryto of this section of the
of the community in no ;;;naIl featured for the accomodation of 1958
were even greater than the the onward of the
tion founded many years ago hagrown !' inaugurated with the openingof progress
decree. contractors builders and manufacturers boomy strides made in 1956-1957." thoroughly conversant with community. country and: the onward progressof
with hardly a That pause much-in its this firm to the public and! Thev not only keen abreast of and is a great co-en- Among these were electric power every detail and are considered It may be of interest to know industrial, commercial and social
rapid development.
has never varied or departed In the times in reference the authorities in all that to
discussed word, Service finds to ief *e to the public. nroduction which increased 13& pertains that the idea of this enterprise development.We : .
true expression in the friendly at-a any way during the time it has styles of the day but are ex- This firm ran handle the Job last year compared to a 10% ad- the operation of a modern estab minds of energetic business cannot fail to complimentA

mosphere that envelopes every business dealings with the people. perienc in the various IcTnds of and complete it in a way that you vance. 1956 to 1957." lishment. They rate among the people. With a restless ambition, and R Office :Machines on the
wood. They have the latest equip- will remember them next time Bank debits increased foremost people of the city and
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customer of this popular service We call attention to all the ad- % and a broad vision of the country manner in which they conduct
ment and men who know how to have anything in this line. 12% and business have aided in the develbpment of
you new
incorporations
because service is interpreted in vantages of having a metropolitan they turned their trained and their business and say that it has
so many ways that it may well service at their very door, which run out work that is practically In making this annual business were up 27%, far above the this section. creative minds to the selling of been a deciding factor in the bus
perfect in detail. review of the onward progress o.. 12% for the former year. The dollar This establishment is.not onlya .
good products.To iness it
be said to be the sIgn manual of has maintained inviolate serviceto life of the community
This modern concern has trained Orlando we pleased to value of residential
are giveBarclay's
mortgage well and
equipped expertlyJoseph
the institution. It has maintained the public maintain it, means the eon- serves.
a large patronage not onry at Craft Shop this recom- recorded was a whopping 35%
an air of calm friendly dignity We are more than glad to give
home but throughout the sur- mendation the efficiency of over 1958 while 1957
in this upon was up only I
which be associated only with them extended mention
can
rounding territory on account of thier shop and to direct our read- 6;%. Gross farm income gained I
institutions of standing and sure business review. the very complete and fully guar- ers here when in need of the best 21% last year while the 1957 fig- Bumby Hardware{ Company"Stores

anteed service they render. of their line. ure dropped below 1956. _

Palmer Tuxedo Feed store Sales tax collections on business In Orlando and Winter Park"

Paul I. Dixon Inc. transacted in 1959 was 16% over Builders' Hardware, Refrigerators, Ranges, Hot Water Heaters, Television Sets Radios,
1958, virtually the same as the Housewares and Small Home
Fencing of all Types for the Home, Ranch, Farm, Groves gains in comparable years priorto Appliances.

Metal and Wood Gates. They Install Fencing or You Can General Electric Air Conditioning Units Sold, Serviced and the expanded coverage of the Located 102 West Church Street in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 5-4621 and 108

Do It Yourself at Moderate\ }Jric s. Dealers for Tuxedo Installed. Prices and Estimates Upon Request at No Extra tax law. Park Avenue in Winter Park, Florida. Telephone Midway 7-1900.
Feeds and Supplies for Livestock and Poultry. Cost. Employment (exclusive of farm
workers) did not fair so welL The This is one of the best known store always caters to the people's has become recognized as one of
Located 912 West Church Street in Orlando, Florida. Telephone Located 2515 Edgewater Drive in Orlando, Florida. Tele- 1959 gain was 7% but the 1957 hardware stores in this area and needs in this section and you can the leading hardware firms In

GArden 4-7336. phone GArden 5-5575. increase was 9%. Gasoline sales just as popular with the builders always be assured of the highest!! this section of the state.

ing business. therefore it is not showed exactly the same gains for and rural residents as it is with quality and greatest satisfaction
Every business office or home Joseph Bumby Hardware Company
Many dollars are brought into tained by furnishing good service -
the two years. Motor vehicle licenses the people of Orlando and neighboring -
should investigate the. cost and strange that it has become one from article purchased here. founded and has since
this section each year throughthe upon a reasonable margin of increased 8% compared to towns. Joseph Bumby any was
of the most commercial
trade channels presided over profit. Scientific selling must be benefits to be derived from mod- important 12% for the earlier year. Hardware Company has won wide Because of the large and continually been conducted on the progressive

by this well-known fence and feej born of scientific knowledge. With era air conditioning. The people assets. favor for offering standard makesof increasing business transacted policy of offering quality mer-
service. this in mind and reduced of Kissimmee are extended a cor- Every customer of his company
expenses Unordered Merchandise\ hardware and supplies that are through their efficient business chandise at prices which meant
dial welcome to visit the office of knows that the management has
The fact that their trade extends on account of location, they nationally known for their quality.
over the adjoining counties proceeded upon their career witha Paul L. Dixon Inc., and get the before it the record of the institu- Scheme Condemned Their comprehensive stock car- methods together with the substantial savings and straightforward

brings: new faces new business solid foundation of good value facts on this fast growing busi- tion's rapid growth and treasuresthe Housewives business and ried here includes a thousand and assurance that all merchandise offered dealings which have
pro-
end adds prosperity to the section and reasonable prices.So ness. By doing, you will in no confidence the people: have fessional people, and the public one appliances and accessories for here is the best that can be marked their service are deserving

cf the state in which they are extensive has become their way obligate yourself. come to place in its every state- generally constantly receiving both city and country homes. This! obtained for the price this store of our wholehearted support.
The new and modern air con-
located.
trade that their services are well ment.We merchandise in the mails that
Their services will be found in ditioning equipment can be installed wish to take this means ot they didn't order and don't "
want.
demand by all who insist on the known in this department of tail on the easiest terms which Paul L Dixon Inc. '
commending These gratuitous deliveries of Art Co Glass Products CompanyStore
section of the state. Each depart may be repaid in increased business ,
such diverse articles
best.The and their local employees upon as aprons,
story of the success of this ment of this well-known serviceis by offering the public a books fountain socks flags _
,
firm is one that many businesspeople in charge of a person who is service so modem and up-to-date. the manner in which the businessis wallets, stamps pens hosiery and numerous Fronts, Plate Glass, Wall and Door Mirrors. All Types of Show Case Repairing,

would find profitable. The thoroughly conversant with fencing There is no concern more wor- operated. feeling assured thatin others are accompanied bya Shower Doors, Glass Jalousies, Sliding Doors and Complete Glazing Service.
firm began its career with me and livestock and poultry feed thy of extended mention than"this product and practice: they will request for either payment of
belief that success could be ob and supply trade of the .count). one. It is under the direction of never fall short of the high stand- the goods or their return to the Located 114 West Robinson Avenue in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 2-1644
.
men thoroughly conversant with ard which is indicated in this .
every feature of the air condition- article. shipper In instances letters I They have become an Indispensable this progressive company and recommend perior qualities in glass- supplies.
Inc. some dunning factor and a center in the them to our readers. There are no more public spirited
are sent, which imply Impropriety -
glass trade. By cooperation with their customers citizens in the community
the of the
Howard Fertilizer on part recipient
Company When in the market for of by forethought in plan-
any
Manufacturers of Custom and Ready Made Draperies, Cor- for failure to remit or return. than the management of this
and in the
the above mentioned services ning to meet their needs,
nices, Venetian Blinds. First Quality Workmanship and Ma- Manufacturers of Citrus, Truck, Shrub and Lawn Fertilizers. Sometimes threats direct such letters of contain products, don't fail to call on this employment of the most modern glass concern and in making this
or implied legal
terials at Moderate Prices. IB Colloidal Phosphate Adapted for Your Particular Needs. action if payment is not made reliable service in all depart- facilities, this establishment is review of this section of the

Located 2608 North Orange A'Hnu'in' Orfando, Florida.Young'sOfFloridU Wholesale and Retail Distributors to Orange and Osceola forthwith. ments.- striving earnestly to give realization state we wish to direct your at-
equipped to cut glass to and better service
They new
are a
Telephone GArden 3-9584. Counties. Many recipients of unordered tention to their establishment as
most efficiently and employ only to those it serves.

There are no more public spir- popular demands for the service Located 1634 Chicago in Orlando, Florida. Telephone what merchandise they should are do puzzled about it as, and to skilled cutters. They feature only Service is one of the guiding one of the reliable: business insti-

ied citizens in the communitythan they render. And in their dealings tArdpn______u _2.Sl11___. what their obligations are. Paul the highest quality materials in influences of this firm. The people tutions of the community which
the manager and we direct with the public a spirit of fair No review, of the business her of their patrons. W. Sanborn manager of the Kis- all their products. In this reviewwe and merchants alike have learned has added to the development and
your attention to this business citrus truck shrub and lawn fertilizer Their service will be found in simmee Chamber of Commerce are glad to call attention to this and rely upon them? for SnFeddonMoIoEs- progress of this part of the state.
treatment and accomodation is so
institution of the community as interest of this section of demand by all who Insist'on the stated yesterday that the public
of the.reliable establishments evident that it has well nigh be- the with- best. deal scale be under
one state would be complete They on a large may no obligation to pay
which have added to this part of come a hard and fast rule 'Hint out prominent mention of this and their activity is conducted to for merchandise sent to them

the state. once a customer, always a cus- well known firm that adds in no the progress and expansion of the without an order unless they use _

This well known service is deserving tomer. little measure to the progress and community in no small degree.It it, nor are they under obligationto Harold Feddon, Owner

of more than passing Young's of Florida Inc., is located prosperity of this section.It is important in the ,returnto return it, or provide"storage Operating Barber and Orr Motor Company Dealers in Imported Motor Cars. Check Their
notice in this business review of for the is a well-known fact that normalcy that we have con- facilities in their homes for such ,
conveniently peopleof Used Cars Before You Sell Trade. Cash for Your Cars.' Buying Selling Trading
Buy, or ,
the onward progress of the community there is no institution in the community scientious firms like this reliable unwanted goods. i .

as they are perhaps the the surrounding territory and that has met with greater service, which aid people in this I and Financing Every Day. _ _
best equipped in this section of on a visit you will find every- favor with the public than this section of the state. Savings In State
Located 1053 North Orange Avenue in Orlando Florida. Telephone GArden 5.3401
the state, the service being standard thing no less than made to order establishment. By reason of the There are no more public spir- ,

and so recognized by the and to please you will be the fact that the management has had ited citizens: in this community Set Record Year This firm is one of the leading their comprehensive knowledge of normalcy that we, have conscien-

trade for many miles in this section dominating purpose of their large wide experience in every featureof than the management of this concern Following a record year in saVe Imported and used car dealers in every branch of the trade, this tious firms like this foremost
of the fountry. organization which is recognizedfor this business and because ot and we direct your attention ings increase the 107 savings and this section and it will be to your establishment has continued to company who aid l in the reductionof
Their services are popular because miles around as drapery Venetian every branch of the trade this to this institution as one which loan associations of Florida picked advantage to see them before sellIng witness an increase in the numberof prices for the people.
their services are most blinds and. material head- every branch of the tradoe tins has added to the development up where they left off in 1959 by or trading for it is a well their patrons. There are no more publicspirited -
complete and they realize the quarters. establishment has continued to end progress of this part of the recording a $25,638,000 increase in known fact that there is no one Their imported and used motor citizens in the communitythan

witness an increased in the num state. I savings during January which was institution in the community that cars-will be, found in demand by the management and we

$4,596,000 over that of January has met with greater favor with ell: who insist on the best. They direct your attention to this bus!
Brunt Brothers Inc.
Allied Parts Inc. 1959. This brings total savings in the public than this well known deal on a large scale and their ness establishment of the community
Company, Florida savings and loan associa- establishment. By reason of the activity is conducted to the progress as one of the reliable
Acoustical Tile and Insulating Contractors. Prices and Estimates tions to $2,530,894,000.According fact that the management has had and expansion of the community institutions which has added to
Upon Request. Servicing Orange and Osceola Coun John R. Blackburn and Bill Blackburn, Owners to statistics releasedby wide experience in every featureof in no small degree.It the development and progress of
ties. Complete Automotive Machine Shop Service. Air Condi- the Florida Savings and Loan this business, and because of is important in the return to this part of the state.
tioned and Dust Proof Assembly Room for Rebuilding All League, this record amount of

Located 1028 South Division in Orlando, Florida. Telephone Kinds of Engines and Motors. Wholesale Dealers in Auto savings is held by 1,118,700 savings -

GArden 5-1669. Parts, Supplies, Automotive and Industrial Engine Machin- an all account time record holders number, which is of also account Belks Department I 1 Store
They invite to visit them what desire and can rest
you you you ing Service. Your N. S. P. A. Wholesale Jobber. holders.
for your every need in these lines. assured that it will be the hIghest I
All of the above mentioned quality the market afforcs at Located 300 West Pine Street at Hughey in Orlando, Florida. The that League during office January also a total reported of- Where Orange and Osceola Counties Shop for Quality Merchandise at Moderate Prices.

lines are carried on at this establishment moderate prices. Telephone GArden 4-6571. S49.369.000 in loans were- dosed. Located 2712 East Colonial Drive in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 4-2421
in a skillful and artistic Through their straight forward Many garages, dealers and automobile -I get it for you quickly. which was $5,405,000 ---the
manner by Mr. Brant who dealings with the public, the man- firms throughout this Practically every item neededby amount reported for January 1959. Belka Department: Store bears That much discussed word, before it the record of the Institu-

is well known throughout this agement has made many mends area know the value, of dealing an automobile mechanic wifl The savings and loan associations a famous name which is popularand "service" finds its true expressionin tion's rapid growth, and treasuresthe
part of the state for his courteous for the firm and they have always with Allied Parts Company whenit be found in stock here. An order of Florida now have a total of $2,- familiar to people as a place the friendly atmosphere that "confidence" the people have
and efficient service to all. taken an active interest in comes to reliable automobile placed with them means no delayto 307,750,00 in mortgages with 287- where they can immediately feel come to place in its every depart-
Mr. Brant is very appreciative their community, realizing that a parts and accessories. By reason garage men or customers as 421 mortgage account holders. fit home when in the city shop- envelops every customer of this ment. ,

cf out of town business andpeople concern that is not progressive of the fact that the managementhas they pride themselves on their With total assets of $2,843,978- ping. Its friendly atmosphere popular store because "service" I It Each department of the storeis
from the neighboring community will wither and die. had wide experience in every facilities for meeting every need. 000 Florida is the sixth largest which predominates at all times interpreted in so many ways thatit well
of Kissicimee have often We are pleased to complimentthem feature of the business and because when it is needed. savings and loan state in the nation has placed this store in an individual may well be said to be a sign superintended by ,those
times purchased their acousticaltile upon the satisfactory service of their comprehensive The service of Allied Parts being surpassed only by Calfornia class and can. well oe manual for this entire organization. trained in the needs of the department

and insulation equipment cr rendered and suggest to all knowledge of every branch of the Company is an accomodatJon to Ohio, Illinois, New York termed shopping headquarters for It has maintained an air of and the merchandisethat
had their repairing done by him. our readers to see them when in trade this concern continues to garages auto dealers and service and Pennsylvania, in that order. the surroundingterritory.. calm friendly dignity which can is handled so that all goods
You need but briefly outline Orlando, Florida. witness an increase in the numberof stations and has demonstrated its This popular institution was be associated only with institutions handled will be of the latest

patrons from all parts of the right to leading position aeld In Newspapers combined run-off founded many years ago, and has of standing and sure posi! styles design and materials, and

Beacon Ambulance ServiceA country. No matter what is missing the business and automobile worldof paper color linage, in cities measured grown with hardly a pause in its tion. Every customer of this store of the highest quality the market

just call at their place or this part of the country. Whenin by Media Records, Inc., has rapid: development.This knows that the management has I affords.
over the phone giving your number need of auto part call on increased from a little over 46.
Service Perfected by Years of Experience in the Ambulance and description and you will them for service in all depart- million lines in 1951 to over 122

Business. Serving Orange and Osceola Counties.) find they have it in stock or can ments. million lines in 1958. Central Florida Beverage Company ,

Located 1416 North Mills in Orlando, Florida. Telephone _
GArden 4-5313. GArden 4-5190. Central Florida Fire Equipment CompanyComplete Guy Ferlita, Owner

This firm is one of the most important commercial assets. Wholesale Distributors of Schlitz Beer in Kegs, Bottles and Cans, Serving Orange ansceola /

reliable firms in this section of This well known establishment Fire Protection Equipment Sales and Service. Fire Extinguisher Recharge Serv.. ) Counties.

the country rendering a service started its business career upona ice, Wet Chemicals, Safety Supplies, Dry Chemicals and Municipal\ Fire Department Sup-
that is aiding in the growth and solid foundation knowing that plies to Orange and Osceola Counties. 'I Located 501 East Princeton Avenue in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 26919We
of this section of the
development success in this advancing field well known distributor is treatment and accomodation is so are more than pleased in
state.The people of Kissimmee and could be gained by fair honest Located 2011 Kuhl Avenue in Orlando, Florida Telephone GArden 50973larty serving of more than passing evident that it has well nigh become this review to call attention to

business methods at all times. Individual This is'a modern Twentieth notice in this review of the on- a hard and fast rule that
and
adjoining territory are extended a I tion for general excellence and liberal support received. this popular service and to say
cordial welcome to visit the officeof service to every patron Century business under the able I are considered a standard among We fully recommend Central! ward progress of the community once a customer, always 4 cus they are civic leaders and up-to-
has established for them a trade direction of who have i as they are perhaps the best beer tomer.
the trade
Beacon Ambulance Service and men arways the country over. Florida Fire Equipment Company
their
get the facts of this fast-growing! that has extended in every di- had at heart the best Interestof We wish to sta.te the management as a place most advantageous for dealers in this section of the state, The wholesale hoese Is located date in methods and are deserving

business. By so doing you will in rection. the community in which their and assistants have taken prompt reliable service and are their brands being standard qua*- conueniently for the retail dealersof of the support of the

no way obligate yourself. We wish to call the attentionof valued enterprises are located and & commendable interest in all more than glad to refer our readers ity and so recognized by the trade the surrotndiRg territory, aden people of this section of the state.
F There is no concern more worthy the readers of this business review one of the firms that keep the propositions that further public to them in this business re- for many miles in this section ox visit Will find Mr. Ferlita, the owner, IS une
extended mention than this and wheels of progress turning in xne and that wish them the country. Their products are a you everything of the well known business vice
of for excellent service improvements they hare yew, and many more
is under the direction of right direction, for not only Is it popular because their service is no less than made to order for of these parts and has taken an
It
one. reasonable prices of this finn and been willing and ''anxious to aid successful seasons in our midst.
and realize the
men thoroughly conversant with one of the leading; concerns en- complete they the enterprise and to please yon active interest in the onward
feature of the business, and congratulate them upon the posi- gaged in its special' field or en- in the expansion and growth of We are more than pleased to popular demand for the branus win be the dominating purposeof progress of this section and merits

every therefore it is not strange that it tion they hold in the business deavor in this section, but its the community at all times. ::V-v; ?;o give them extended mention in this they handle. And in their dealings their entire wholesale organ- the position now held in the bU .-

has become one of Orlando's most world. services have gained the repu- Therefore it merits the pofa- .I review of this section of the state. with the public a spirit of fair h tion. nets life of the area.







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OHS Band Members ment were Frank Crowley and 'But' there-lsn't an organ at the' in a huddle. They're not playing I The iu.ie.. Gazette. Thursday. March 17, 1960 Page 7

STOVES REFRIGERATORS Jay Ruffner, with Wayne Gal- community house!" he pleaded as football, merely planning final
CALL TI 6-5661 I Entertain KAST Club breath and Grant Humphrey sec he tried to squirm his way out of details of their respective com-

i Corsages Potted Pluts. Used Although a "very rainy night reduced the Highland clutches. Ho, hoi! ., mittees. There's Irene Bay in I Band Rates Superior
ond.Mrs.
By wire we serve the world. FURNITURE the attendance, the Kissim: Lucy Hamlin reported 24 Well that was soon attendedto charge of dressing rooms Thelma

U Wedding&' Funeral Bouquets. SeweD Thul'tDOnd mee All-States Tourist Club meeting tables at play at the card party Ruth waved her magic wand, Hanlon heading programs, Jo I

ELSIE BAKER 1015 W. Church! 72 W. Pine Tuesday night was opened I Monay night with high scores be- and lo Cooper and Gregory in Hawthorne and Alice Troland
Florist ORLANDO- with a half hour of community ing held by the following: con- Orlando appeared out of the blue chairman of favors and Diane I At District Contest

singing led by Jay Ruffner with tract, Louis Smith; 500, Mrs. Mary with a Hammond organ for the Brown. for publicity.. ....
Mrs. Vera Sidlo at the piano. Helter; euchre, Mrs. Marguerite show. "Ohhhh, my scam.L head. Tmais .0.., The Oscech High School Band:
Rev. Dorr VanEtten of the First Jacobs; pinochle, L. M. Nelson; "The king was in his counting the lament of Bea Aubert and made in all three divi-
I Palm Beach Suits United Presbyterian Church gavea canasta, Mrs. Carrie Berger. house, counting all his money.. .** Pat Chin, co-chairmen of the Sacred Concert To Be I ions of superior the 1960 district band

short sermonette on "Persever The wedding of Al Collins and However in this case it's the Fashion Show as the count>> down Presented 18 contest held Satsrday at Lake
Marcij
39.95 to 55.CO ance." Mrs. Laura Briggs was announcedand queen Ruth Leadore, chairmanof nears the end. Wales.
It was announced that the men's the couple were extended tickets, doing the counting. The Chances are you're probably Ross Rosazza, baritone, and John This; rated in
organization
I SHORE'S MEN'S WEAR winners in the Grissom tourna- good wishes. guard at the door is DeRita Ham- wondering who wfil write the Carter pianist who are being presented concert was and marching
sightrea&ag -
Ruffner introduced Neil Shel- ans, her assistantShe's been script for the show and commen in recital at the First United -

I horn who represented the American practicing with her sixshootersand tate. Naturally, the guy who can Presbyterian. Church in Kissim- three by six jadges and was one of
out of eleven to
Legion and Auxiliary, mee on Friday, March: 18. at 8:00 grouts
-
sponsors dares anyone to enter. talk the loudest and the longest, maks in all the divisions
ii- uuzette Advertising PaysREVffiMGORLANDO'S of the program for the eve- Now over to the Roy Bay resi- and after glancing back over the p.m. are this year celebrating ten of the superior band .
participation.This
ning. Several members of the Os- years of performing together as
dence. "One, two button my length of the preceding and deliberating -
ensemble.Mr. is not tnly a great honor
ceola High School Band entertained shoe. Three, four shut the a moment, you'll con- a concert
Rosazzo and Mr. Carter be- but also entitles the band to participate -
with musical numbers and ba- "
door. The group of fellows vig- clude it must be the writer of
PROGRESSIVE their concertizing together as in the statewide contestto
ton twirling. orously engaged in calisthenticsare this column. And you're right! gan
a team in 1950 on a tour of the be held at St. Petersburg !is
those who will model for
Eastern states and they have been May.
BUSINESS FIRMS Shore's, and include Dave Horte- Phillip C. Wasson There also 16 solo
t perennial favorites in the East were and ensemble -
HIGHLAND miller, Don Moorefield Leon
ever since. Both have made major events entered by band
Returns From Cruise
All Items in This Section are Paid Advertising Editorial? Graber, Harold Hamans, Roy Bay, appearances as soloists with or- members. The results were as

HILITESBy and Harold Rose. Incidentally, Phillip C. Wasson, aviation ma- chestra and Mr. Rosazza has been ::ollows: Buddy DawkiBS, baritone
Reviews by William E. Sloan. I there will be first aid ehinist's second class USN
a crew on mate the baritone soloist of the Winter solo, excellent; Charles Eby, tenor
hand to revive the feminie genderin son of Mrs. Lydia Slaughter of
Festival solo excellent
BETTY: CAZIER Park Bach for ten con- sax ; saxophone
the audience after they catch Route 5, Box 247, Kissimmee, re-
: secutive seasons. quartet, superior:) ; Rikki Drive,
& glimpse of these handsome fel turned to Mayport: Feb. 26, en Mr. Rosazza's and Mr. Carter's tuba solo, excellent; Ray Cody,
Jack I.. Adams Paving Company Hear yet! Hear ye! Friends and lers made even handsommer by the; attack aircraft carrier USS major interest lies in the worksof piano solo, excellent; Beverly

THAT'S TABLE fellow Kissimians! Enter 18 not those dashing clothes from Saratoga after a six-month tour large form for solo voice and Vhelen, piano solo, excellent;

MANNERS\ ? into yonder Highland territory, or Shore's! Now which one of these of duty with the U. S. Sixth piano such as song cycles and Hutchinson, woodwind trio, excellent -

Enslag Colmix Paving Contractors, Parking Areas and by cracky, ponder Highland resi- men do you suppose will be the Fleet in the Mediterranean.The collections of songs. One of the ; Speirs, clarinet quartet excellent -
Driveways a Specialty. Brother, we wouldn't like to dents will spirit ye all away and lucky guy 'chosen to moc:i Ber- Saratoga, and her 4,100- offerings in this concert will be ; Thacker, clarinet quartet,

pay for HIS food bills! Why transform thee into some fantasy muda shorts! man crew was involved in many the works from the Schemelli col- excellent; Carol Anne Dawkins

Located 1416 Yates Avenue in Orlando, Florida. Telephone don't you bring him to us.... character. Our next stop is at the John fleet ,exercises with the Sixth lection of Bach's songs, as wellas drum solo, good; Streetman, brass:
GArden 33261. Explanation! ? Elementary my Jamison residence. No you're not Fleet and NATO forces, specifi- two seldom performed canta-
well put him on: a diet so he quintet, fair; Dawkms drum en-
dear Watson! The Highland Wom seeing little creatures. Those are cally designed for the selfeducation tas for solo voice by the early semble excellent Susie Quick; ,
Orlando can boast of a leading establishment is striving to givea can start paying you back! an's Club members are preparingfor really dwarfs you're looking at. and perfection of working German composer Scheutz. Diana Cockerille; twirling solo,

paving contractor, which is help- realization to a new and better their Fashion Show to be And that's a pirate over there. relations with the U. S. and its
ing in no small part in the commercial service. BUD & JOHN'S presented March 23, 8 p.m. at Dean Jamison is in charge of CO allies. Walk To Be Paved superior; mAjorettes quartet, su-
perior.
>
and industrial progress of Quality is one of the guiding the Community Building in Kis- tumning the fantasy charactersfor While in ,the area the carrier I

the community and surrounding influences of this firm. The people simmee. As the show is entitled, the show, and after readingthe visited Italy, France, Turkey, At The Court HouseAt
territory.The Gulf ServiceTI "Fashions and Fantasy", the list of those who will
have learned this and rely upon appear Spain and Greece. 0 the meeting the Osceola I II
personnel of Jack L. Adams them for a. superior quality in script calls for a fairyland setting .4.send an ambulance j.,sne'll County Commissioners Monday,

Paving Company consists of men everything they: provide. 6-5842 and introducing the magic need it. These are cnaracters Woodall and Bodiford were authorized -

of high standing in the community. There are no more public spIr- clothes by Ingram's, Lucite's, and from the Wizard of Oz, Snow GRADUATETHENFLYU.S. to pave the entry to and
It is under able direction and ited citizens in the community Shore's, and hair styles by the White, Peter Pan, Alice n Won- ; the walk around the court house
enjoys an ever increasing patron? than the management of Jack L. OPEN TILL 10 P. M.\ Charm Shop will be delightful derland, Cinderella, and others, building in Kissimmee.Jim .

age throughout this section. Aldams Paving Company in Or- Comer Main & Vine St. fairyland characters. Consequently 27 in alt Smith, county agent, was
Service is a much over-workea lando, Fla. enchantment reigns supreme In charge of fashions is Betty also authorized to have repair
misused over the Highlands as the entire Morefield so let's meander'over .' AIR FORCEAsk the
and selling expression, This establishment is no; oniy work done on the roof of
community has entered into the and see what she has to for local.rteruRtr about your
but it is fundamentally true that a well equipped and expertly ; say you county livestock pavilion: I I1 I//
the seller spirit of the event. herself. She's speechless! Betty ttDDOrtunitie ai an Avl.tior Cadet
;
survive.
must By cooperation managed concern, but it is alsoa i ,
Hop aboard a magic carpet and has just returned from viewingthe '. / 1 I I
with their customers, by commercial and industrial or- HoUybrookNurs.ery .1; .
forethought in planning to meet ganization and renders a service let's observe first hand just what lovely display of pre Kaster; Del. b0. -x";
all the activity is about. fashions which will shown 1- KISSIMMEE DRIVE-IN I'FR Office Opens 2.15: p.m.
be by
f their needs, in the employment ox that is necessary to the onward Hwr. rr-9z Saturdays and Sundays
the most modern facilities, this progress of the community. First stop is at the Callahan Ingram's and Lucile's. :Modeling
-- residence where busy saws and women's wear for Ingram's will ;DAY AND SATURDAY MARCH 18 19 THUB. March
17Ipelat
Davenport hammers are fashioning a castlefit be Mrs. Phil Phillips, Mrs. Lester "SAMSON AND DELILAH""AFFAIR' I
Central Florida Battery DistributorsWholesale for any king. Chairman of Mann, Mrs. Francis Murray, Mrs. IN HAVANA"

FOR WARD-MARCH! staging i is Margaret Callahan. Raymand Yates, Miss Margaret MARCH 20 21
-
HUP 2, 3! Husband Bill, see, is an ingenuous Williamson and SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Distributors of Wolfs Head Motor Oils, Lubricants you Miss Leslie Mann. "SAD HORSE"
and Champion Batteries to Orange and Osceola Coun- Better buy a SHADE TREE; castle designer who once Children modeling for Lucile's include RASCALS"TUES.
You don't think "LITTLE
it's hot right
ties. worked exclusively for King Ar- Julie Johnston Debbie Phil- a

Mil! Prices. But now presently, it win be- thur. Now we don't mean to im- lips, Lynn Jewell, Stephanie Jew- WED. THURS. MARCH 22- 23 -24 t d
that he's "ancient" it's
ply
WOW! ell, Linda Bass and Connie Ber- "ALLIGATOR PEOPLE"

Located 825-B-Virginia Drive in Orlando, Florida. Telephone Specl lCHERRY- just that he's discovered the' linsky. "RETURN OF THE FLY"
GArden 29782. secret of longevity. And where? Ninth inning stretch! Take time ggagEKEjOjlBBHBBPB -;KKufK m ii*-USTMH UUM
gg
TREE Just across the street at the homeof cut to inhale, a quick trip to the B *'*"* '"*'" ** '

This is one of the busiest industries come to regard it ax a matter of $1.75 to $3:.95 the Fred Smiths, where our refrigerator, and back to the FBI. SAT.

and is worthy of more course. It is i well to pause occa Australian brush cherry, next stop takes us. Highlands again. March Id' 19
thair passing notice in this friendly sionally and consider what such fast growing. "Bubble, bubble, toil and trou Meet a group of charming
review, for not only is it one concerns mean to us. AZALEAS ble." As we look in at the Smitnswe Highland club members 'who will GOOD USED APPLIANCES
of the, leading concerns engagedin This firm specializes in Wolfs find Florence who is chairmanof charm the audience with their toiawat
} Pink orchid and purple w'unt rirnrc
ita special field! of endeavor Head motor oils, .lubricants ,and formosa. refreshments;! stirring up a charming hair. styles ,by the autrsss
but it services has -'gatneUWide CHJ mp ion'batteries' ,'which are: be- Reg. 95c. magic! potion in a huge black ckl- Charm .Shop., How's _that for .R ... FOR QUICK SALE,., ,
PRICED
reputation for, general excellence: ing used with great success, in NOW. 3 for $2.29V: dron. Ahhh now get. a, whiff of charming: build-up. Seriously, you
end are considered a standard in this district. HURRY! HURRY! that wonderful aroma wafting our will be amazed and delighted at
the trade. The desirable features of this ODD LOT AZALEASMixed way the fragrance of perfect the variety of coiffures and new

,This is one of the most substan- service is the durability, per colors. coffee, guaranteed to make one hair tints the following models

tial concerns engaged in this busIness formance, and to lower the cost 3 for $1.49 feel 50 years younger! will exhibit at hte show: Thelma 5 Good Reconditioned Wringer Type rnTsTEDJBOOLOR'
in the community and its of quality merchandise. As we mosey along a few doorsto Hanlon, Pat Chin, Lee Powell,

growth is the result of hard workon Central Florida Battery Dis- Open 10 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. the home of another memberof Debbie Hawthorne, Barbara Washers ,
the part of its officers. tributors is'a decided factor in Tuesday through Sunday. the refreshment team, we hear Smeltzer, Betty Graber, Ruth
This concern has become so the commercial life of the community I someone gaily singing away Leadore, Joyce Hortemiller, De-
much a part of every day life of and deserves the good will Closed :Monday\ "The queen of hearts, she baked Rita Hamans, and ,Margaret Cal- ,v.1z
this community that many have if every one of us.- WHOLESALE RETAIL some tarts, all on a nice spring lahan. 1 Used Automatic Washer t
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...
r.-.t., day". There's Joyce, ,..in the midstof Back to Beaumont Ave. wherewe
ner baiting specialty .. mouthwatering discover Kathleen and Ann

homemade coskies.:: And Adams, a sister in law team, tz'
Chest Used
Boiler Inc Ft. Type
Service Cu.
Company, who is the fellow with the wide staggering under a load of varied 1 Eight 530190117ond

grin not the Chesire cat items. No\7 husbands Bob and
D. S. Thigpen, Mgr.\ but her husband lucky man who Don, put away those rolling pins, Philco Freezer tfnt aocnd3nzd

Headquarters for New and Used Boilers. Complete 24 Hour Boiler Repairing, Service, gets to sample all cooking results." the gals haven't bought out the ;igMs!

Rentals and' Your Kewanee Authorized Dealer. Climb aboard the magic carpet store thep're merely collect-
again and let's skip over to the ing staging pimps furnished by
all in -'Also-
Located 4410 Clarcona Road Opposite Ri-Mar in Orlando, Fla. Telephone CYpress 31148. Dave Aubert residence. Is that a McCrory's! 6 Reconditioned Refrigerators,

1 0 _0 yellow circlet, red checkered purple Men and women of Kissimmeein Y3UTC i uotl TBC E3 TCFI!
ThiS section of the country as miles around in this chosen field margin of profit.: Fair, honest striped, green polka dotted the culinary department. Are A-1 shape.KISSIMMEE.

a, whole has added business advantage of endeavor and brings new and individual service built for, house we're looking at?? The ex- you tired of using that rusty old THE

by having in its midst a people to the, community Throughthe them a trade that has extended in planation is simple. Bea, the fe- hand beater? Your problem can /MSUN.MONDAY
well-known .establishment wnosecommendable male half cf Aubert and Aubert be solved. ttend "Fashions and
extended trade channels of direction.
policies and qualities every has been busy painting up a Fantasy" and be the
you
have gained for them an ever-: this active firm many dollars are They have always been con- storm, fashioning all those tricky lucky door prize winner.may Donated FURNITURE

creasing business that can be no- brought yearly into this section. sistent boosters for all things, posters you've been seeing about ty: Hunt Brothers in Kissimmeeis
ticed by the large daily shipments This wellknown establishment and she had to have
adding to the growth and pros- town a wonderful Hamilton mixer- 23 BROADWAY TI 6-8611
leaving their progressiveestablishment. started its business career upon a perity: of the community aall some place to clean her brueshes, Now off in a secluded corner,
solid foundation knowing thatsuccess w
didn't she! find of club members
we a
The prosperity of the city Is in this advancing business times, knowing that a firm that Over on Highland street we group

greatly increased by the extent of could be fully gained ony oy did not possess solid business hear a tremendous commotion. A I r'" euuslerr+Kt" P.1
their trade which extends for I selling good products upon a fair methods would wither and die. crowd of residents are doubledover

holding their sides, and
Showker-Pollock. Inc. tears running down their cheeks. March 20 21

They've lost an election!? No, no! .
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Those are howls of laughter. See, : '. ,, !_, .
I.I.Bolide..., Developers and Designers of Better Built Homes, F. H. A. and Conventional ever there the Highland Hi- -

Service. jinkx' a clown quartet are rehearsing SEVENTIJIEVES
their number! for the
5151 Kuhl Avenue in Orlando, Florida. Telephone CHerry 13338. show entitled "Is there a doctorin

They specialize en quality construction of materials just when needed so the architect and engineers. the house?" The cast is as 0K Cur.onsscopETUE. :

and are experts on that the work is not delayed in Should the demand be made follows: Doc Sawbones: owner and

homes and buildings of all kinds. any wa)'. Their resources are they are able to give proper bond proprietor of the Last Chance
They have been called all over large and this enables them to and thus are in a position to un- Hospital is Bill Callahan; that

this section of the state and many quick action on delivery as ajl dertake the largest contracts.In tall, gorgeous, hunk of woman in THE OPENING OF THE NEW
fine structures stand to their material men like to do business the various departments of white is his assistant nurse, and
portrayed with sensitivity by
credit with them.
construction they have, men who sad
They use the most modern No.matter whether it is a home Craig Bell; "Down-low" the
understand the particular lines clown is sadly played by Dick WED.
methods of construction and have commercial or public building,
all equipment at hand for the they are familiar with the methors and are experts. They have charge Cozier; and "Bleepo", the happy March 22cona 2)

expeditious handling of the woik. of construction that may be of the various branches of the down is happily played by Ernie AIRY QUEENLOCATED

They are in touch with the sources called for by the plans and as a work which assures the owner Wagner but he won't be so
of materials and able to secure -' consequence all the work Immediately that the building will be first happy when he finds out he's to
direct shipments of alt kinds meet with the approval of class to the detaiL be the unfortunate patient! Now
I for those of you who have heard e
Craig Bell "backed out" of beinga 1 MILE NORTH ON HWY. 17-92-441

I Burdetle Machinery Inc. clown well he "backed in"
after being threatened to be

Distributors of Maytag, Coin Operated Machines, Dealers in Cleaning Equipment and Ma made a model; and Leon Graber James and Barbara SmeltzerOwners
who "backed out" of being 11
chinery. New and Used. Complete Installations and Repairing Service.
"backed in"
model after being
and
Operators
Located 4096 Kuhl Avenue in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden ,56663. threatened to be made a clown! \w f
t (Sometimes it's tough to make an

No institution In Orange Countyhas cf well known public spirited business people- -who have had wile ex- honest living.) Specializing ,I .
met with greater public favor people and;} we deem it fully perience in this business.We Hold it! Stop the presses! Call ..

than this one. By reason of the proper and most fitting that we wish to compliment this out the riot squad! There's a I6ll
give commendable mention in this furriner in the place! '
firm and. management upon: tile
that the has had
fact management review and predict: that in the fu- admirable! manner in which the Too late! He's been roped and THICK MILK SHAKES s\ rar WiLDEVICTORIA ;:- .,

i wide experience in every feature ture the business,will continue' to business of this valued institu hawg-tied by Ruth Congd&a, 1L SHAW xOF

of the business and because of prosper and expand in this section tion is operated; upon its progressive chairman of music for the show. MALTS SUNDAES .

their! extensive knowledge ,f the of the state. and publi spirited policies. The hapless victim is Mr. John BANANA SPLITS IEiK E rr

state, this establishment has con- Eacldepartm nt of this :wen We wish to refer Burnette' Gehrett who unwittingly wanderedinto EmNITYMCKEY'SHAUGHhESSY.

tinued to witness an increase in known service is in charge ol Machinery, Inc, to all our readers Highland territory, unheeding -> LLt_ CONES '
the warDing of the good
Their LLL !
number of patrons.
the services will be found in dcmaadby people thoroughly conversant with as. one distinctive feature of the fairies. And now where does he Now-Open:Daily, s aeeunr.nmacrlai. .c...*..
commercial of this part the of a eas.eu neaac CMbwiCOUX
1 all who insist on the best. the business conditions while the efficiency find himself in role .

The mauaitmcjit: : to compo-co management i* in charge or' of the tale. ilucf ur-gaunt;; for thi pro;ram. -





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-------- '. Page 8 The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, March 17, 1960REALTORAMA -.
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2 BR CBS HOME -
I
Built-in kitchen equipment nice lot. Beautiful 3 BR Lakefront Home n'('V ''V'V Y.
corner Located' on Lake Tohopekaliga. NEW 2 BR HOME . . $lo,500.Terms

ONLY $10,500 I ONLY $27,000 I ;; Built-in kitchen tile bath, carporte. utility room, shade tn .

2 BR CBS HOME I 2 BR CBS HOUSE furnished . . $5200
BUILDING LOTS $650 up Good terms.
Built-in kitchen equipment! located Just I
outside city limits. Trailers accepted.. FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED RENTALS


ONLY $8,495 i You Will KISSIMMEE REAL
ESTATE

ROBERTSON'S REAL ESTATE POINT WITH PRIDE I

r I' To This Ruth Wagner, Broker Vance Buckley, Associate

Completely furnished, 2 bedroom, masonry home with Terms 201 MAIN ST. TI6-39S3 Terms

324 BROADWAY TELEPHONE TI 6-4493 these many features: -. -' .

IF .,_ -..... ........_7- _........!I Panelled den with built-in cabinets and TV; k 4-= "-. < - _ =- n _. __ -_
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Dining area with built-in hutch;

Tiled kitchen ANT FOR COUNTY OP OSC" ;)L v
; STATE OF FIxmiDA IN t'H \M:
INCOME TAX SERVICE All
AUTREY Full tile bath; BUT. niVORCK LOIS AM-I.H.;*It.( ,
AKTICLES bookkeeping services at Confidential BUILDING PLAINTIFF. VS. J. I!. ALL It, M )
Bookkeeping Service,417 Asphalt tile floors; DEFENDANT NOTIOR TO Hi:,
MOTOR CO. x FEND. THB STATE OF FLOIU./1
FOR SALEFINE Main Street. Open after hours Cedar closets; REPAIR TO J B. ALLIUOOD. You are here
Dealer Since 1922 by appointment. Telephone TI Broken tile patio with fireplace; by required to nit! sour answer ;:>n
laming your defenses, if any to
307-9 Broadway 72474. Inside utility room; outside storage room; flare t.IL. eT.r rep ISareerab..i.eaa. the Complaint filed against )ju In
the above styled cause In Raid
WATCHES- Wide selection Phone TI 6-3501 Newly painted. cause In said Court on the 20th of

Bulova. Benton, Benrus. Price is $12,500 with monthly payments of only $64.00. April. A. I).. 156*. or a Deere Pro
JOE GALLAGHER Conf e**& wilt be entered agat.t!
Hamilton and Elgin$ at Benton's SPECIALS OF THE Custom-Built For Appointment Call you.Uiven

Jewelry, P Monument Ave. 6-13 CABINETSFor 8X2 Palm un-der mr' hand and noal.
WEEK Way of said Court at Klsclmmee, Florida -
: FLORIDA REALTY on the 11th day of March, ,\.
KEROSENE FUEL OIL. PHILLIPS any need-formica installa- .. U.. 19(0.

"66". Osceola Oil Co. 1110 Studebaker Lark tion and millwork. Flhcne TI 63673FOR l\ OLEVN of paid RATClerk Court

North Main. TI 6-3941. 4.10 2 dr., automatic transmission, COUNSELORS; I1C. VMS Ktata H rii ffMfttffMr iws ICIRCIHT COUnTL)
CABINET
R&IL 3100 mL, like new. DIVISION OF *MU Of! MSvftfP WITH Thackrr and Thacker
KUolmmee. Florida
FOR SALE: Dinette table and $1695 MANUFACTURINGINDUSTRIES BROADWAY ,Utorne>. for Plaintiff
two chairs chrome like new INC. We Buy and SALE: New 3-bedroom CBS::; r 3/17,'24, 31 47,
Phone TI home. Full tile beautiful
6-70 bath DAVIS AGENCY
53 Chevrolet
TI 6-6471, 30'7 Church St. Sell Florida
at PX building at KissimmeeAirnnrf bardwod floors large
TI 6-71 awning 1% TUB COl'RT OP TUB COI \TYJlUi.tO.
2 dr. sedan, R&H, good tires, PhnnA TI '7.2K77 or type windows large utility room, lAND: FOli 0" iULV
n A .
10,000 mi. on new engine. 'caii l CHARLES HOKE beautiful built-in kitchen nice 25 Broadway O TI 6-497 t (Ol>T". FLOltllll
SHOP KISSIMMEE
$395 I large landscaped lot IN THE MASTER OF
FIRST! TI 68085INSULATE I FOR RENT: One and two bedroom on paved THE ESTATE OF

'49 LincolnSedan. modern mobile homes. Will FOR RENT road. Quiet living. Four miles FOR SALE BY OWNER JAMES c. UIRBLE. also known as
: Duplex. i
SOUVENIRS NOVELTIES west on 17-92 to Addison's Gun J. C. DIBBLE. Deceased.NOTICE .
Good take children. No pets. Rainbow Efficiency ApartmentSuitable furnished unfurnished, panel-i
transportation. Shop and turn right 400 ft
OF'"INTENTION
CYPRESS KNEES SHELLS Mobile Homes, Michigan: Ave., .. TO
heat and ... i
$125 NOW for working person Extra lots available. Low down ray two car gars. MAKE APPLICATION FOUFINAL.
RAFFIA \ mi. off East Vine St. or Hwy. also downstairs 3 room apartment payment. Phone TI 6-7609. Can .be seen at anytime :ala I DISCHARCE

BASKETWARE POTTERY Plus a good stock of one owner Warmer in Winter 441.FOR available April 1. Brack St. TO ALL WHOM IT

GARDEN ORNAMENTS cars and trucks. OHIO APARTMENTS\ FOR SALE: Lot 70 x 134 ft. near I MAY CONCERN-:
Cooler in Summer. RENT: Modern efficiencj: FOR.SALE. : Trailer lots, high NOTICE! IS HERERY OIVPN:
Special BIRD BATH We Orange Gardens, in city. Write
: are now taking orderson apartments with kitchenettesand 108 N. Vernon That Lillle nrom.cn han filed her
$3.95GRACE the terrific SAVE FUEL withFIBERGLAS See Braden J. Miers Intercession Viola Becker, 221 Verona ot. and dry, low down payments I Anal report a. Executrix of the LII.
new bath week -
tiled
by or rood terms. Robertson's Real tat. of James C. Dibble. also known
RIVERS Falcon Station WagonA.k month. Cow Capitol Court TI 6- City or Davis Agency, Kissimmee. Estate 324 Broadway. PhoneTI a* J c..'. Dibble, deceased: tfnt the
25 BroadwayFOR baa filed Petition for Final Ilia.
GIFT SHOP 5341. ll-5-12-19-26tl FOR SALE: Three bedroom home 64493. 7-30 'I char e. ami that he will applv tu

inVhw 17-9? Sonth for T. K. Gall_n.7 or FREE ESTIMATES with screened porch in Canter- the Honorable O I' Johnson, c.mn. .
HOUSE FOR RENT Three ty Judge of O ceola Countv }'lr-
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA Dam Autny. GArden 4-6162: : RENT: Apartments and bury Terrace, 806 South Clyde FOR SALE: Two bedroom new Ida, on the 18th day of April I m>
rooms and bath, furnished. In- houses by week or month. Cotton's Ave. Will sell furnished or un- house, tiled bath, built-in kitchen for approval of same and fur SrI
Cliff C. Hailer, Inc. quire Hurst Trailer Park 17-92 Apartments North mile southwest of cityon discharge as Executrix of the 1-s-
one
Orange furnished. Phone TI After -
SPEIDEL WATCH BANDS: Seedless 63711. tate of James C. })Ibble. also knownas
FOR SALE: pink and 711 W. Robinson Orlando just below outdoor theatre. Blossom TraiL 7.9162330'FOR 5:30. call TI 6-2103. Jenkin St. Gordon Tyson. J. C. lbble. deceased.
When you'weal' one yen wear white Marsh grapefruit, Templeand : This 14th day of March. ISO,),

the finest Wide selection at Valencia straw- "Holler for hailer"Auctioneering RENT: Trailer High, '- LILLIE BKONKON
oranges space. Executrix of the
Benton's Jewelrv. 6-13 berries. A. P. Banta, 405 East FOR RENT dry, shady $15 month. Hurst's LAKEFRONT HOME, e James C. Dibble. Estate also Of
For Sale rooms, large .enclosed porch known as J. C Dibble,
Bass St. BR HOUSE IN Trailer Park 17-92 below
2 outdoor -
FOR SALE: Oak dinette suite, .1- garage furnished, lot 100x500., deceased.
theatre. Murray U Overstreet. Jr.
includes table, 4 chairs and buffet KISSIMMEEFurnished highway to lake Attorney for Executrix,
Chef FOR SALE: Fat hens 90c eachon and newly decorated 6 ACRESExcellent $15,000 Kisolmmee. Florida
$50. Mafric gas rene RENT
foot alsa (..t fclrheM prices for your with Two children FOR : Apartment, ground S/17'24/31 4 '7
$35. Call TI 7-2978 after 6 ..m.I :. power mower used ..*. carporte. A10 A. cleared land frame
r I hoi>' > M r Cams Item* \te school floor to couple of good character land all cleared facing -
few months like TI 7. age acceptable.
new $35.
I 2536. i will P..htIenu'rrMIH liquidate A..-.. by 1 $75 per month close in, $13 'per week, 111 715 feet on county road lots house of needs fruit.repairs, near town NOTICE TO DEFEM1
FVTritrRISBTI Emmett St. TI 6-8384. electric line. In the Circuit Court for the
For Gale PHONE TI ;
Shoes 72475or
V-7K33: $11,000 Ninth Judicial Cirrult of Florid i.

'I New Mack Font-saver pumps, FOR, SALE; Household furnishings ...- 'P" ... inquire 508 Canterbury.Lane FOR RENT: New 2 BR unfur-' $3600TI 7 A. about 2 clear; ,& ,$]14 In Chancery and for Suit Onceoia for Divorce County and otb.In

size 8J7- New blue Naturalizer ; Florida roam furniture, nished duplex $75 month. TI 6- frame house. cash er relief Leslie K McCoy iIaiiff.\
, size 7. FOR RENT: Brand new duplex 6-8513 vs. Faye Louis. McCoy. Defendant,
pumps single Hollywood bed, washer, 8534, 222 West Oak St. $6,000 Notice to Defend. The Mate it

Ruth! Peterson 814 l\Iab\ refrigerator baby bed and high apartment, two bedrooms un- Florida to Faye LnuUe McCoj, Y..u
, 2 2 BR homes
tte.1 chair male Dach- BULLDOZINGBLADE fcrnishcd. Electric range and FOR RENT: 3 BR house, conveniently Orange are hereby reulred to serve. a cop<
TI 6-6931 after 5:30 p.m. one registered Gardens, of your Answer containing
i /our
shund 13 months old. TI 7-2306 OR RAKE central heat. Tile bath, large located. See Edwarcs a; Special! HALF PRICE! $9,975 and $10,600 defense If any. upon Thacker end
: and utility express office.REAL Thacker Box S27. Kissimmee. Florida -
Lane. rooms, carporte
FOR SALE: Leather bound 1870 724 Canterbury! $8.00 Per Hour Your choice of Lots in 2 BR frame on 2 lots, fruit Attorneys for Plaintiff and nIl
room. Located in the city, $75. Trail Subdivision. .. the original thereof In the Office!: ofthe
Bible, walnut library table $10, and >hs FOR SALE: 56 Ford 4 dr. station See Rita Hunt at the Gazette -- ------ Clerk of Circuit rViurt Ii..immet.
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walnut 3 drawer dresser $1 $900. Corner of Call: RAINS, TI 6-7433! $395 Per Lot $5250 I Osecola County, Florida nn ;;r
wagon office or phone TI 6-8894 after before
ESTATE Limited the 15th day of April. ISt-J
finest condition. 407 Sun St., Ernest and Hudson Sts. Box 37 5:30 time'only.. 80'xllS', 2 BR Concrete B1L, carporte, Should you fall to do so. a Decree
TI 7-2667. Kissimmee. p.m.WANTED high and dry. Restricted Home- nice lot. Pro Confesso will be entered
sites, 1 mi.north of Kissimmee, against you for the relief prayedIn
EXCAVATINGFILL TO RENT: Single retired West of 1792. $7,500 the Complaint. Given under my
desires two hand and seal of said (ourt at
rooms
man R. L. (Bob) LarsonTI Nice building site lot 66 x Kissimmee. Florida. on thin l':'ih
DIRT
Hammond Spinet and bath ground floor apart- REAL ESTATE 132. day of }March A. I).. IlICO.IILRNN! .
SERVICES ment year around. Write P. O. 7-2704 or write Rt. 5 Box 377 : RYAs
OLIN FORE
$1,500 Clerk of Circuit CourtOsceola
ORGANMust Box 931 B, Kissimmee. BEST BUYS County. Florida
OFFERED TI 7-2685 '- 15 Acres, lYi good young (CT. CT. SEAL)

\ sell-only six months DUMP TRUCKS FOR HIRE rOR RENT; Cabin with kitchen New 2 BR Home only $6300. NEW DUPLEXBy grove Just coming in bearing, Thacker Attorneys and for Tnacker Plaintiff

i I ette $35 per month plus gas and S 4 BR Home, Corner Lot, most of balance excellent fruit Kissimmee Florida
old-like new. Inquire lights, available March 17th, $6850. Jim Sloan land. SEE US. 3/17,2415, 4'i.NOTICE

1 FOR HIREDRAGLINE also trailer space for two. 1518 2 BR Home 1 y Acres furnished SELL, TRADE OR RENT for FOR RENT: 2 BR house in

ThompsonMusic Ernest Street. $9800. anything of value. CBS Dellwood Park $80 per mo. OF ADOPTION OK
Prescriptions Filled AND 3 BR Home, 3 Acres, nice, 2 BR each aide. ":!lOLl'TIU%

Co. 4rank .r "..IIt.) .r*- tly while I DUMP\ TRUCK FOR RENT: Furnished apartment 14700. Terms. 814 W. Oak Street NELSON that NOTICE on the IS 14th HEREBY day of Mar OIVPV,'h. A,
TOO wait IB lr-eadltlBed comfort 2 BR Home Orange Gar TI 6-8534 D. 1X0 the Board of Count I'""imlssloners
R. I Bob floor private
( ) LARSONTI ground ,
345 No. Orange Ave. at Mu Jumm 1>..r..7. S3 dens. $9995. REALTY MEN i of Osceola Count:

Phone Orlando GA 5-4577 I !\\rt!.....Ceatral(.* -. Orl..IIIH..te..... PBB Morffterla. I 7-2701 bath.month.utilities 124 Randolph.included $50 per 17 Acres on Lake, 4 houses Eat. 1909 I Florida. abandoning adopted a and Resolution dlHiontlnu vacatlnic : ,

GA S-MISS. 38500. Ing as a public road. and forever
Lot for Home 85x290% $660. renouncing and disclaiming ar
FOR RENT Furnished apart- of tile ,
right
: FOR SALEOne Count of lh"f'A..1
.. ments at 221 Verona St. Will S Lakefront Lot $2450 10% FOR SALE: 3 BR home, 2 baths,, k'tate of Florida. and the pub it in
down. central heat, air conditioned I and to the following dexorllied p'r
Curt Bock the accept one child. large lot Hon of road shown and deltn ,tnl
2 Acres on Lake $6150. on county road, built-in kitchen Florida
WA1WEBWANTED ,
'
on the Plat of Campbell Hti '.
S 5 Acres, main Hwy.. $6500. electric line trade even for late lot in roomI I Osceola County. Florida. bird
as
Local and Long FOR RENT; 4 room house completely corner Dellwood ].
S 5 Acres, Highway 4il, $3500. model boat outfit complete. and recorded the office of th_
: Storage Packing and MovercD furnished $50 per month, 5 Acres pared road $1995. I ft. or larger or for '56 or later 72522. ceola Clerk of the Circuit Court ..of Os
County. Florida. parti. ulaN>
Fre : Carpenter work, no no pets, TI 68534. 10 Acres good road $5000. pickup truck. FOR SALE: Six good buildin described as follow.. to-wit
.80 Acres small ranch. All of that portion of f'.rjnn:
Phone TI 6-3231 Sox 2S2 job too large or too smalL FOR RENT: Apartment, 2 BR 12000. H. L. KUHNTI lots 65 x 120 in city. TI 6-8534., Avenue lying between and at.uttint .
Phone TI 7.2921.HOUSEVIVES. furnished inside, Lot 7 of Block 10 on'I
newly painted "
S 710 Acres "get rich on this, 6-8513 lot 1 of Block 11 of "Amphr-II
close in TI 7-2265. $200 Per A.Business. FOR SALEBrick Heights according to th.. off.,.
I cial plat thereof on file In ie
home Location on Orange office of the Clerk of the fir
FOR RENT Modern 2 BR
:
Blossom Trail 400'. 16000. trim CBS 3 BR. 2 Bath cult Court of Osceola Count
unfurnished, in Orange Gardens ask infor- Florida, in Plat Book 1, pagj
S Good business, for
USE your free time to earn TI 72265. FOR SALE home terrazzo floors screened 20*.
with Aron. Neighborhood territories mation. I porch, built-in kitchen, extra BOARD OF COrNTYCOMMISSIONER
FOR RENT: 4 BR home NEW 2BR CBS HOME large lot 70x135. 010'OHCEOLA
now available. Write FOR RENT: Furnished 2 BR rooms : COUNTY
3 BR Home 2 BR Duplex 1 BR
,
1 tiled bath kitchen
today P. O. Box 2134, Ft. house inquire 609 Brack St. equipped $14,000. Terms FLORIDA
Pierce, Florida. Apartment and large store !;t large carporte, ahade- trees 70 1205 Palm St. By 'a' Oren Drown
hours until 10 at 5 i
aoa. > p.m. building. ft. lot "J1alrma"
city water and sewer, i (8BtL )

"But What \ViIIl I Do?" COTTAGE FOR RENT: Two anda Sun reasonable. Second< house on Frame furnished 2 BR home, 2,17
WANTED: Good used piano Empire left on Nebraska Ave. in St. screened porch lot 70x135.
furnished Hammock
half
state prize-Mrs. Clarence God- rooms, Cloud. $6,000KING'S IV: TUB %IVTH .J'nlC-UL
Motel and Trailer Park. .IU'l'I" OF FLORIDA
A fire, a bad accident theft, dard 600 S. Daiinghara. TI 6-8037. RealtyC. L. C. Shawgo CIRCL1T 'O"R" OF OHtKOLlCHANCERY
(0 L'NTY
loss of kind calls for REALTY
a some
MAN OR WOMAN: To take over' PHONE TI 7-2982 .NO. &S42
fast action the of'I FOR RENT Duplex 2 bedroom
: 219
on TI
part Broadway 6-5762
dealership in Kissin 1ee. Products H. LUCAS W. O. BOYD THE CITIZENS STATE DANK )
your Insurance agent. Delayen established. terrazzo floors built.in kitchen a Corporation )
No car or Realtors FOR SALE: Immediate possession -
his part is unforgiv ble.That's other investment necessary appliances, nice neighborhood. First National Bank Bldg. 2 BR CBS home, two glass -.y.T. "- Plaintiff, )
$80 a month unfurnished, ont Kissimmee Ph. TI 7-2333 F LANIER and
Win help get started.Write jalonsied porches quiet
yon neigh CONSTANCE I
why so people child, lOOg Rosland St. Phone LOST LANIER,
many C. R. Ruble Dept. 11-3. Watkins ST. CLOUD Phone TW 2.7131Bruce's borhood. Oak and fruit trees, redecorated his wife.
prefer doing business with a TI 72704. Defendants. )
Products .
icorporated, Mem- I inside. Inquire at Kis.shnmee FOUND XOTICK OF ttAI.K' OF
local, independent agent.They pbs 2, Tenn. .i Furniture Co. or call MORTGAGED PROPERTY
will get good service. They TI 7-2978 after 5 Notice 1s hereby given that par*
p.m. suant to final decree
a of force ne.ure' -
know their interests come first.; HELP WANTED: Middle aged entered by th. Judge of sad;
S. woman .companion to share my FOR SALE: 3 BR home, Florida LOST: Lady's billfold near Matin- court. on the Utb day of Mar, h,

We are independent agents. home, no smoking, small salary.TI room air conditioned, 104 Dell. son's Hardware. Finder may pending IMC, I la In the said above court styled as Clerk cause ft

Call us. 65703.WANTED wood Drive, phone TI 6-8881. keep the money. $5.00 reward said court I will at 12:99 o.do" 1C
SUNSHINE HOMES for return of billfold and noon oa the Utb day of Man n.
papersto IX? Mil at public .. to the highest
: Laboratory technician, FOR SALE: 2 BR frame house, Lois Brown at Kiuimmee and best bidder for cash be--

preferably with X-Ray experience. furnished close in, {6300; $300 Police Station. fore the courthouse door In K-I.,

State age family status, Finishing 5 Homes 2 and 3 BR down, large discount for cash. Immee scribed property Florida. the to-wlt following: doe

H experience, qualifications, name TI 6-8232. On* Victor It Horn trailer*,
Identification IftSd, Title N>.
and address of referencse in 823214.

\ letter is Box 931-S, Kissimmoe. CHOOSE YOURS NOW! FOR each SALE one :block Lots off 85 17-92 z 290 terms.$GOO LLegal Notice Hit.Dated this 8th day of Mar('h.

OLENV RAY
TI 6-8519. As Clerk of Bald < .urt
,
We Arrange Fbumcing "3
Ic THB ciHcrrr COCHT OF- THE
FOR RENT FOR SALE: Attractive new CBS UNTIl JUDiCIAL CIHCtITVt

Contact .us for homes that are dwelling, no city taxes, good AAD FOR rOCMTT: Of

Lupfer's JUST A LITTLE BIT BETTER neighborhood, ready to move in. STATE OSCKOVA OF FLORIDA
FOR RENT: Three room fur- $7900 terms, also small houseon Chancery No. SIC*

-Insurance nuked apartment elderly or Phone TI 72230H 6-5631 7 acres near Lake Tohope LOIS ALLJOOOD. PlainUfC

Agency middle aged couple preferred.No kaliga, some good citrus land "*-

1918 M59 children or pets. References $6600. Call Mrs. Horton with 1. B. ALUOOO1 DIVORCE f.D4&IIt.

12 BROADWAY Next To The Bank TI 2191 exchanged. 215 Verona St. TI 6- BRUCE PAKTTN, Bevctoper and Builder Sam Lopfer and Son, brokers, XOTtCX TO nrrr.m>> FOl RESULTS
IX THE CIRCCTT COURT Q" THE
5412. TI 6-219L. NINTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT LN.









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tM, ;:...' ;: -.,-.. -'. > y r The K&simmee Caretfe.: Thursday.: March 17. 19CO Pas 1\

Is Hired On :;: ;, <':'';:: ... : : Tax
"'i, :;;W' .'' : I Georgia State Choir To Present Concert I
; (
; The A Capella Choir from the will end their concert season with

Permanent Basis By d. ...Arw :;:" ry4X Georgia State College for Women a trip to Miami, making a few
:{; Steady under the direction of Dr. Max stops along the way. Kissimmee's

_.'; ,>.. Noah, will present a concert at own Jan Mickler sings with the
7< tax collections in Osceola the First Methodist Church on Choir. .
Chamber OfficersThe for the month of February Thursday, March 17th, at 7:30 p.m. This concert is open to the
+ to $32,482.15, as com- This group of 50 young women public and there will be no ad-
with the $36,850.76 col- travels through Georgia present mission charge but a free-will .of.
Kissimmee Chamber of he wanted to shift hia career to in JantMirv, and the $25.- ing their concerts, and this year feting will be taken.

Commerce, by unanimous and enthusiastic chamber of commerce work rather collected in February 1959.
action: of its board of than to continue in radio'and tele- Li tax collected in Febru-
directors! voiced its confidence hits vision broadcasting. amounted to S4fi.717.23, as I IAmNOTAnCandidate
manager, Paul W. Sanborn, at President Bill Morse, in announcing with $42,449.19 collected
its regular March 9th meeting the shift to a permanent !\ and 41961.57 col- 'INDEPENDENT
Sanbom had been hired six basis, expressed his personal L1iff11FIiffi! d in February, 1959.
months previously on a conditional Measure over the manner in which E. Green state comptroller Prior to entering,, the political arena for the first
basis. Although Mr. Sanborn'3; Sanborn, hired and -thrown over- 1 released there figures, also time I was asked by a number of progressive business
background closely allied chamber Heard" into the middle of the that $48,722.26 in gaso-
| and professional people if I would take a turn at ad-
work, the initial period gave him ntaCade, pitched in and quickly tax money was turned over tr
an opportunity to decide whether learned the routine of chamber ola Countv's secondary road minstering city affairs as had many others in recent
activities and displayed immediate r last month. years. I discussed my decision with many more J before
initiative in the many facets of y said $4,776.38 was turned announcing my candidacy and weighed carefully
chamber work. The majority of activity IN to the board of county com- r-' I ft he many problems and
is anything but routine and R i 1 hwv and the state road de- -j'-- .
an imaginative and energetic man retained $19,105.52 of hard work that go along
ager is vital to the success of any collected. with the honor of non-paid
aggressive Chamber of Commerce. public service.I .
After the Boat-a-Cade, came the KISSIMMEE BROWNIES-Troop 136 led by Mrs. W. H. Ivey, had.charge of the flag Bass Instructor have demonstrated my
SHOES FOR AIENSHORE'S Christmas activity and the rodeo the Mother-Daughter.: banquet held Thursday night in conjunction with National Girl interest in the City and
activity, with many meetings and Shown above, the are, left to right. Mrs. Earl Yates. assistant leader, Janice Yates, Junior College w County by past activities
conferences mixed in, correspond Wanette hey, Jill Kibler, Debbie Taylor Carol Ann Courtney. Stephanie Hortemiller and e- my
I D. Bass, son of Lera J:(. and I now offer my
ence to get out, winter advertising The banquet was held at the school cafeteria. (Photo by Cooper)
and the late Albert Bass c services to the voters,
and other annual mattersto
program arrange. Being new, it has been vital background information and South Clyde Avenue, nas : 4 pledged not to individuals
Men's Wear most fortunate that Mrs. Vera otherwise lighten the load. Chamber appointed: instructor of So 4 \ nor groups of individuals,
Lalley, the experienced and able Science at the North Florida but only to the propositionthat
The action o'f the board and Mr.Sanborn's College in Madison. In ad
secretary, was on hand to provide a community is onlyas
0=11 of satisfaction
expression to teaching course In
;
and enjoyment of his first six Science, Geoeraphy,! So good (or as bad) as the
months in chamber work testify Supports ProjectAt and Social 'Science, he is \ people make it and that, in
ratNaN ftlq JI/NtN/ aNtIN! to a successful relationship and Co-Director of Public Re-a- a period of growth such as1IM.1
have promise of a good 1960 for Miles member for the college. faces the City of Kissimmee -
the Riley ,
regular monthly meetingof :
the Chamber of Commerce. the Kissimmee Chamber of tral and Southern received his M. A. degree maximum of attention
Established procedure is for from Florida State must be given to
Commerce, the group went on record Control Board, said
each new board of directors to develop and drafted a resolution sup- been able to focus in Government. He is future planning and effi
its program for the year, porting the action by the board of Kissimmee area and of PJi Sigma, fina. ciency of operation of city
adopt a budget and rehire the (The National Poli
r M directors of the Central and Southern "leapfrogging" some W. II. (Bill) MORSE affairs.
manager and secretary. tant projects it Science Honor Society).
Florida Flood Control Districtin may
To this proposition 1 AM pledged and I let
and his wife Gwen (for myactivities
urging the U. S. Corps of En- to get action in the
gineers to start early constructionon Appreciation by the a teacher in Osceola Coun in the community since February 1946 testifyas
GABY'S DUCK INN CHRISTIAN SCIENCE the upper Kissimmee Lakes extended to Mayor public schools), and their to my interest in the sound growth of our city and
: SOCIETY Area Flood Control Project. his untiring efforts on Margaret, reside at 500 county. I do hope that the voters who do not know me
If "Where Good Food Predominates" W" 110 Dakin Ave. (Brahman Inn Ths action came about as' a result Through, ) Hayne Street in Madison. will trouble to investigate my past activities and decide
Serving Daily from 12 Noon 11:30 to a.10 m. to 11 p.m.Sundays Hotel. ) Sunday Services 11 a.m. of a report by John Carroll, Bob Cody, chairman for themselves as to my qualifications.
I p.m. School 9:30 chairman of the Chamber Flood cultural committee, Leaders For 1960
Air" Conditioned Sunday a.m. Among the organizations whose activities I feel
3974 S. Orange Blofsom Trail Orlando Wed. Services 8 Control and Area .Development will be host to a have
Night p.m. Committee. March 17th at the : Appointed particularly contributed to my qualifications are:

I approximately 20 ..., of crew leader Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District .
'Southern Regional ." 19"0 Census' of Porulation -6l/2! years as field representative.
va mra mee ) ) ) ) ) : keting Technical Housing in this area was Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund 1
ec.a o committee will be in -d yesterday by SUper-
7 year as field representative.City .
.. te study marketing Hr-bert J. Benson of the
/
: ,:. Planning Commission (Kissimmee) active
.OY' I'be board of di Bureau's temporary dis -
.. ., ..
.... .. .. the expenditures to office in Orlando. member.
Y Manager Paul Sanborn crew leader will sunervise Zoning Board of Adjustments (Kissimmee) -
versity of North 20 enumerators m the bin active member.
week of June 19th, to census! which begins
1. United States 1. Crew leader training will Florida Planning and Zoning Association active -
The directors also on March 8 at district of- member.
9 ... manager's attendance at Orlando Air Force Base. American Right of Way Association active
Annual Conference on to be covered in the member.
Problems of Industrial'heanra'i sessions include proce
Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce-1960 President.
velopment to be held for recruiting of census
.. at the Langford how to train their Kissimmee-Sts Cloud Board of Realtors 1960
,. census
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...,.,. .. ..... .,.. .. -- .. VicePresident.My .
.II -. : O < family and fare
":(' The directors were and.submission of reports communicants in the St. John's
...: :& Price Good'Through urda, Y,April 2nd "': :: ,; 9 ... the plaque recently the supervision of "census Episcopal Chufclf" and I hold memberships in the Kis-

.9. L". .. %.. ,,, tatf;; ii'TI j < $' <:(, """ T' .o>>: ,:. .:.: ;...>........- ,. :: Chamber by Jim to. insure a complete and simmee Jaycees and the Tohopekaliga Yacht Club although
i<>; ;::: W::V" : << <" : of Storybook Zoo, in count. I regret I am not active in either at present.

ACE 50 LBS. 50 LB.Armorganic. Cattle Manure y with the Kissimmee crew leader is one of the I am in business in Kissimmee and my selfish
stock Show, for people in the field operations interest in sound
: Wheelbarrow Sheep Manure -. city government is the continuationof
attractive'commercial
;
Re e. 1960 Census of Population
a fine community in which to live and a pattern of
co: 95 Reg. 99 Ree. $1 99 a $199 -- = Livestock Pavilion Housing. It is his responsi-
K2& $1 .;... $'SYls r r r r week. growth which will asure prosperous and orderly devel.
- S.20 - so r r -= : to recruit and train the
opment in the immediate ahead.
Present at the takers plan and allocate years
a-: 80 LBS.Hilorganite> 18" FIBREZ DELUXE 12" FIBREZ DELUXE .. ; I solicit
20 GALLON .. President Bill :Morse, assignments; review the your vote on the foregoing i basis.
",.. Garbage Can Planter Planter... D. Benton, Russell of the census takers and
Bee. Wallis, Bob Facey remedial action where neces-! W. H. (Bill) MORSENo
Jbg. Heg.
.11 Reg. 95
95 10 95
$8
52' $4 $5- s Duncan McFarland, and to handle problems of
r r
SQ.9S r r r rn
$3.S r r r $4.35 S6.7S I
-, Pete Hunt K. C. Moore enumeration. Matter How You Vote DO VOTE on

p Special Purchase TROMBONE DeLUXE JUMBO SIZE 15 VARIETIES 5 LBS. IIW. ris. Art Scalli, Dr. J. Osceola County crew leader March\ 29 1960
", MILCOR. Sprayer Glad Bulbs Manager Paul Sanborn .' Duncan of Rt, 1, bt.II I ,
Chlordane'
(paid
Secretary Vera Lalley.CHILDREN'S j PoliticodvuUs.m nt)
", Garden Cart For Citrus Flowers Shrub .. r-
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neg. S749ORTHO Reg. 512.95 95 DOZEN 39C. Reg. 7Sc ..
85c .
::. $8.9S Specialwhile they last. ..
Birth through
.,. HEX CHINCH BUG 4" 40FT. GARDEN AND ALUMINUM ELLIOTT'S GROCERY STORES

:.,: Lawn Spray Spray Lawn Edging.Trellis ... AS S0G AS

Reg. $4.25 Reg. $4.25 Re. $2-59: Reg. 53.99. Layette r.erv TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU
::. q r r r $4.59 - $L79 $4.50, now only =
1-831 Palm Way. Ph. TI 66333 0 No. 2-720 Bermuda. Ph. TI 6-86Zi

E! 10 LDS. 10LB. BRIQUETS 20 LBS. BRIQUETS RYEGrass Ae .' MONDAY THROUGH THUESDAY 6 A3L to 8 P.M. FRIDAY TIL 9 & SAT. TILL 10 P.1L
.-a CharcoalBBr Charcoal Charcoal Seed .- 4 tx u

Beg. 79c Bee. 98c Reg. $1 75 $1 39 ... 1024 Kuhl
90c - $1.05 $1.9S---- 10 LBS. ... Dixie S. GOOD BABY BEEFTBONE


*:*- One Week Only SPECIAL PRICE 50 LBS. FERTILIZER :: Orlando STEAK LB. SOc

PENSACOLA ARMOUR
&. BAHIA '39c lb. 4-7-5 $1.00

ELECTW. .

:g; WE ARE EXCLUSIVE, AGENTS FOR SCOTT'S TURF" BUILDER 's, R. ( ) t'. S. GOOD BABY BEEF U. S. GOOD BABY BEEF


a:: __ SAVE MONET SEE THESE COMBINATION OFFERS -- .tii Sirloin 8ge RmSTEAK


Steaklb
mBB 16" Scott Spreader No 20.$12.95 18" Scott Spreader No. 35.$16.95 21" Scott Spreader No. 75".$24.95 ::: LB. 79c

-a 5000 sq. ft. Turf Builder...... 4.75 5,000 sq ft. Turf Builder .... 4.75 10,000 sq. ft. Turf Builder.... 8.95..

>.*.JJB Total Price ..................$17.79- Total l Price...................21.70- Reg. Price ..........,.......$- ..e. _- -- -J

iB3 1 SALE PRICE .. . .: $14.70 SALE PRICE .. ... $16.70 SALE-PRICE ... . .. $25.90 s. Good Baby Beef

*1111 You Save . $3.00 You Save . $5.00 Yeu Save . $8.00 ..... U. S. Good Baby Beet

LI Round

::: All Garden Tools, :;: lb .. 49 C Steak lb 85e

tB* Poro-Por Planters : 'Hoes Rakes Shovels ,
,
Clip This Coupon
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Too Numerous To Mention. J5. j-
t 4? 15%! OFF Regular Price And Bring To Our Store : t41p
: :
L" 10% 0 F F WORTH HILL

WHILE THEY LAST! ZSC'r1. HOTS
: DURING THIS SALE y $
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1.-" toward purchase .--. The Only fully Lbs. .

1.-- price of< ."ii candidate for HILL
SEE US ABOUT YOUR GARDEN PROBLEMS-WE STOCK ALL POPULAR LINES 3
e' l00-Ib. oi
OF INSECTICIDES FERTILIZERS AND FUNGICIDES. .- .. ." any bag .. Sausage For
_IL..B_ 'J_ : Fertilizer .t. '

y not mentioned OF
Wieners
y ; LOU TARCAI in the aboveSPECIALS ...

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Limit 1 Coupon to customer Successful farmer IIII.
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Feed & Farm Supply !f $HucateJ. S. Dqree;iff FlsrUU m MARGARINE 2 lbs 29c

I U. ..fFb.Marine .

...j THE FRIENDLY STORECorner. Main and Vine Streets 0 Phone TI 6-5J6I I % Vetere. ... SLICED BACON Ib Z9c

=- ... Loaf record .f selfless
:::r s WE DELIVER r re Fteri4 '
JI. Paid RK NECK BONES 2Sanborn 25c

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Page-,JA ,-The,_Kissimraee Thursday, March 11,1963

Captain Prentis Is Now Command PilotCaptain I F a yr Sgt. Register ]I ,


William R. Preatia Jr., qualification in instrument flying, Base, .TeL The Air Training Extended In 9
son of Mr. and Lira W. Roy a minimum of 3,000 flying hours Command operates 26 bases in Putting a Driveway

Prentis of Kissimmee, has been and 15 years of rated service. this country and recruits and
awarded the aeronautical ratingof Captain Prentis Is assigned to trains officers! and enlisted per- HonorStaff
command riot It is the high- the Supply and Service Direc- sonnel for America's expanding

est rating that may be earned by torate at Air Training Command Aerospace Force of manned aircraft I

f U. S. Air Force pilot, requiring headquarters, Randolph Air Force missiles and spacecraft. j : P Sergeant James B. Register -
Prentis was, born here June 2, : 711 Palm Way, Kissimmee,
1924. He attended local public I, has been selected as the Out-
schools and was graduated from ,--v'lf.' standing Non-Commissioned Offi-
I 1;:
Osceola High School in 1942. He _'. ;:. <, > : "-; cer from the period July 1, 1959
entered the U. S. A. F. as an to Dec 31, 1959.
aviation cadet in 1943 and was Sergeant Register who is as-
MONTHLY commissioned a second lieutenant 'ft signed to the 813th Medical: Groupat

INCOME' after completing flying trainingt '" McCoy: AFB, has distinguished
FOR YOU! Columbus AFB Miss. in 1945. himself as an outstanding NCOin
Prentis has served tours of the Physiological Training
LOCAL FINANCE COMPANY MURAL IN WATER COLORS Fredrfc H. Brusaow is shown
WILL ACCEPT SHORT TERM foreign duty in Germany, Eng- abort with a 4 x 6Vt ft. mural which he painted on curs for Unit. His primary duty is assist-
LOANS AT 8% INTEREST land, and Labrador. C. B. Gonyo of Kissimmee. Bnuuow painted the mural in water ant NCO (non-commissioned officer -
PAID MONTHLY CAPITAL Captain Prentis is married to colon from a picture taken in the Rocky Mountains. (Photo by in charge) of this section.
RETURNED IN FULL the former Eileen M. Dorsch of Cooper) The operating conditions of tats
WITHIN ONE YEAR Columbus, Ohio. She is with him section reflect his untiring efforts
ADD TO YOUR INCOME- at Randolph AFB, near San An- and proficiency in the performance SEE-

WHY ACCEPT LESS tonio, TeLSeveral George Washington'sObituary of duty. Specifically, he has
ALL LOANS ARECCCUJF"
suggested and used improved
makes of cars introduced management methods and also ue- Harrelson Steel & Supply Co., Inc.

gasoline ,gauges on their vised and installed safety warn-
Contained
instrument panels In 1922. Last In ing devices which have been ben- Culvert Pipe of All Sizes .
year, gasoline advertisers invested eficial to the unit personnel and
over $28 million in daily newspaper students undergoing training.
advertising. Copy Of Old PaperBy Another project which exemplifies SOUTH 17-92 Phone TI 7.2441f.STO

his interest and concern in
COME IN, WRITE the and welfare of
t FRED BRUSSOW Infantry, safety students -
OR CALL FOR FURTHER Guard, and trainees in the emer-
INFORMATIONAll Memories of the past were
in the
Music gency oxygen supply recovery -
F..da KrcHTed By I brought back recently, when K. C.: Clergy; room for chamber reactors.:

par April....r..t ISlh.fr, _1990 m April will lat. Smith, operator of the Army Sur- Pall Bearers Sgt. Register excelled in the NCO p !
.. Florida ...id."ts plus Store on North Main St. School the
LOANS *ec t d from I The General's horse with bis Preparatory being recipient -
Only. CLIP AND MAIL COUPON TODAY. uncovered a reproduced of
s copy i saddle holsters and of the Honor Award. In .
pistols.
Insured Capital Corporation the Ulster (New York) County I Pall Bearers ,the capacity as assistant NCOICof

1644 E. Colonial Dr. Orlando Gatette, originally printed in jau-. Cols. the Physiological Training DO 1'T
Ph. CH 1-2579 uary, 1800. !
Unit ini-
Sims, Sgt. Register displays
ri.ca'FiLNama -m As to the presence of this copy tiative all the WASTE
i64'-L"ColonuT Dnvq: Ramsay, perseverance, and
in Kissimmee, not much is really ri
desired qualities of an NCO and
Payne, .
known at present, but it is I ; ANOTHER
Addr.a -....... .... -. thought to ,have been sent by a Mourners, .., leader. During the absence of the
Masonic Brethren, NCOIC, Sgt. Register filled the
city member of the Masonic Lodge in I Citizens. position in a very commendablemanner. GENT OH, "
Ph.n New York State, to a member of: .
Cols.
the lodge in, or near, Kissimmee. I Gilpin, Sergeant Register's extraordinary i- RENT !
SINCE 1901
This paper was of interest to the. Marsteller, degree of initiative, and .11S ;

Masons because Washington was i Little. knowledge of the Physiological oWN YOUR
CALL ORLANDO COLLECT ;
HOME
Past Grand Master of the lodge \
I When the procession had arrived Training Section, has not only ,
CH ,1-3322 Jn Virginia.So at the bottom of the elevated won his Outstanding NCO award, :, trtr..s
; for a few moments let us but also helps the Strategic Air ,.
lawn, on the bank of the !
1" :.forget the present and return in Potomac, where the family vaultis Command keep up their motto of
time 160 years to December 14 the halted the "Peace Is Our Profession".
placed, cavalry ,
'. 1799. Here in Mount Vernon, we = A BELMONT;
'. : infantry marched toward the
are gathered to our last respects
1, pay
Mount and formed their lInes- Richard Shepherd '
to General George Wash-
the the Masonic Brethren,
Clergy
ington. And here, just It bras $3235*
as
Returns To States
and the Citizens, descended to the
written over one and nan
one
Vault, and funeral services of
centuries ago, in the Ulster County the Church were performed" Richard J. Shepherd, seaman CASH
Gazette is a portion of Washtngton's -1: For miles around people came apprentice, USN, son of Mrs. Dor- fllCI

CLIN' C obituary: to pay their last respects to a othy Shepherd of 139 Ocean at.,

"General George Washington,Ii man loved by many, respected by Kissimmee, returned to Norfolk,
departed this life, on the 14th of I alL Thus was written the obituary Va., February 9, aboard the am- 3 Bedrooms

December, 1799 at the age of 68.. of a man whose loss can best phibious force flagship USS Tac- Carport Included mqsc.Roeruat .
Between three and four o'cIocK, onic after seven-month tour of
a Mat
be summed by an extract froma Fbta ss sails
up "tasCv
FRIDAY the sound of artillery from a letter sent from the Senate of duty with the U. S. Sixth Fleetin tRVAUrn rt Foe iced
& SATURDAY ae e
vessel in the river, firing minute I the United States, to the Presi- the Mediterranean Ai h Efirp slduoEr M Fur soMr
guns, awoke afresh our solemn dent of the United States, John Besides acting as flagship for torn nnf RoNq
sorrow-the corps was removed the Sixth Fleet Amphibioustanthe
'-: t, Adams, expressing their regretsfor
: a band of music with mournful the loss of their countryman, amphibious! force: the Taconio 0
BRWG. ICK PLANT! tf t.: .
,, melody melted the sole into ati General and crew: also provided communi-
Washington.
"I' ', ', the 'tenderness ,of woe. '
I [ cations to the White House for
"To lose such 'a at sucha
.' man
'IJ.r. : the
< j procession was formed and President Eisenhower when he
crisis, is
no common calamityto
.' : moved on in the following .order: visited Afghanistan, Pakistan and
Field Man Will Be Here To ., Calvalry, her the father.world:The our country Almighty mourns dis- India.

..... .' poser of human events has taken Recreational visits to Spain,
-, : Help Solve Your Garden Problems : from us our greatest Benefactorand France, Italy and Greece were
We know you'll be delighted ornament. Such was the man also made.is .
Clothes not L
-i" are whom we deplored. Thanks to

1i only cleaner they ,God, his glory is consummated-
completed, and the tides of
Washington yet lives upon earth
look and feel like new
(i"1-- ,in his spotless example-His the present return, we would fie -. ,
NewPINK resist wrinkles spirit:: is in Heaven." to thank Mr. K. C. Smith, and '

- DUSTING ,GUN: Farther" amazingly hold Now that we have drifted backin the members of the Kissimmee ORLANDO, FLA.

/cTi_. \ $1.19New "Go original drape and fit memory over one and one half Orange Blossom Lodge, No. SO, 1702 5. Orange, Blossom Trail. Call collect GArden
FAM for the of this
,centuries, set us take a look at use paper write P. Box 3694 Orlando Florida
2-9839 0.
or
.. and ,
<<1"swr VIG.OKOrrff'Jf.'A indefinitely.Try us the classified section of that day which made our journey in time

see.'NORRIS. and time. possible.
Improved
Here, in an ad for the safe 01
'a saw mill we find a humorousnote.
"Go Farthe $2.98 T .
&K I
yigoro r FOR SALE, the one half of a '
GOLDENVIGORO SAW MILL, with a convenient
place for building, lying in tae YOUR CHOICE OF TWO NEW-SIZE .

Q town of Rochester. By the mm ,,; faloOtL WAGONS-AMERICA'S

IAWHfOOD FRI. & SAT. ONLY l is an inexhaustible quantity of LowESt-PRiCED
Pinwood-and also, a stout, heal- '
!!tJ 98' FREE SOIL TESTS. thy, active N E G R 0 WENCH. C-PASsENGEJt COMPACT WAGON I

$3 Any person inclined to purchase,

s Bring In Your may\; {know the particulars by .Ionics!kadspact of my compact

Soil Samples applying to John Schoonmaker, WllOII-owtr 7 ftt with tM Uilptt up.!! ,, { R .
4 ONE BAG COVERS just, at Rochester." Best ps mluit of toy..
UP TO 5,000 SQ. FT.TUXEDO. Also in the afore mentioned rape Hilt! to. America ."
to 30 miles aPm ,., Fs '
section is a notice, not uncommon: p per f .ar" w?
In its day, yet all but forgotten Most tlepllf l compact '" _J lL
MfM-tlut clue Fort
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today. look-hmrious intvnor
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I Lester Alford's Mary LeBaron Wins First In Puppy Trials 1 BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTA
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Estate Sales Total $731,800 son, Jqnn Kmgman Keating
Mary LeBaron, a. pointer pop art Memorial Bowl I and Florid. and she is scheduled to run -ett was born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard
I .awned by Lester Alford of Kis- Puppy Classic slyer pitcher. In Alabama in the Dixie Puppy I B. Keating of Orlando Wednesday

Real estate transactions Verschooler: St. Cloud, $9,300. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Moorman simmee, took first place In the Second and third place winners Stake one of the largest hen in March 2nd, at the Orange Memorial .

In? $5,000 recorded : H. D. L. Development Corp. to to Mr. and Mrs. Blase Levai. Florida Puppy Classic held in celman among the owned 29 by entries Dewitt were Sinclair Mns- the country. HospitalThe
past six'weeks at the .and John A. $13- Moorman's Steed field trials at Punta Gorca maternal grandparents are
Mrs. Flynn Addiu, $11,000; on
of Raiford and Spunky, owned by Last the fuel industry In- Mr\ .and Mrs. K.
clerk of the circuit court year C. Moore Jr., of
; Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCrim.: Fam>1v Groves to R. V. Otflvie March 12-13. John
$731,800, according to to Fred W. Althause Drought end W. C. Davis. S15OOOfro; ] and First prize included a silver This Thigpen the of Palatka. creased its newspaper advertising Kissimmee and the paternal grand-
was second win as by 3.1 cent over the previousyear. Mr. and
affixed. % per parents are Mrs. Roland
stamps These sales included the $12,000; Mr. and Mrs. Al Mrs Knolcn Jackey to Mr. and goblet and legs on the Tom Stew- many outings for Mary LeBaron I Francis of Bradenton.
Ropers to Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Coy Conrad, $11,000; Mr.
ing: 1[. Galbreatb, Robt. Bass 'and Mrs'William M. Lamb to Mr. .
Atlas Florida Corp. to .. $11,200: Mr. and Mrs. Rus- and Mrs. -Earl- -Lamb- Orange- Blossom
Mrs. Clyde H. Bland, ; Perry to Mr. and Mrs. Elgie Addm. $7.500.
Highlands, $10,750; Atlas St Cloud $6,000; Mr.and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Charles
Corp. to Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Harry C. Carlton to Mr. and Gallagher to Mr. and Mrs. Lvle hIMMET7 BRAND
rail Kissimmee Hi Andrew A. Walworth Pine- Barrett. Sequoia Homes $8,800: NEW
750 Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot
; $13,900. Atlas Florida Corp. to Mr. and
elden to Mr. and Mrs.
; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Dear- Mrs. John P. Wooten Kissimmee
Partin $7,500 Mr. and .
Nichols; to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Highland, S10.750: Atlas Florida MffiHLANDS .
ert M. to Mr. .
Corp. to Mr. and Mrs. Denver tr
Kissimmee Isles
$21,500;
August .E, Abraham. St. {
and Mrs. Ralph E. Dearmin Thomnson. Kissimmee Highlands
$8,700.Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mr .and Mrs. Harry C. Carlton. $10.750; Mrs. Ema Little Dennerto TILE
Isles. $18,300; Mr.and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce: A. Partin, 3 2
to Mr. and Mrs. Earl S.
Magnolia Park, $8,400. Norman H. Adams to Marie I Fairlawn pub. $8,500: Mrs. Zplma BR
Mrs. Raymond V. Stohr St. Cloud, $8.500; Mr. F., Wefel, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard BATHS
Pearl V. Mrs. Harry J. Crofts to Mr. H .Padgett. St. Cloud. $40.000; Mr. r .Y
Brown $11,000 i
; and Mrs. George Reynolds to Mr.
Florida Corp."to Mr. Mrs. Kenneth C. Rothrock
Heights. $18,000. and Mrs. Harrv J. Altemus, Mag- '
The Kissimmee Gazette Atlas Florida Corp. to Mr. and nolia Park $15,000; Mr. and Mrs. .ti
Charles Rowland Kissimmee Ira M. Ford to Lota Hon and Er-
$10,800; Dr. and Mrs. nest E. Roberts Robt. Bass Adda,
THE Tindall to Dr. and Mrs. $5,000. 59,280
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Z. Schmidt: Kissimmee. $22,400;
MORE > and Mrs. William Evans to KissimmeeLivestock .
and Mrs. W. J. Mann Lake- : : ,

St. Cloud $5,500; Mary Ella .,
and Mary L. Singel- .-. '.

wlel r.aafs. b..M.Mrs.. as ....' as main. to One N. Lee, Pleasant Hill Market\ ReportBy V ... .
and Mrs. John Riven- '
Mr.
Ttr wv T. .. Lee ; F HA
M h-"e .. C..tral to Mr. and Mrs. George P. e4
KEN CALDWELLAt ; .
Itettw Milk MMM awn :
mint. IMT ......... mt.r $5,000. '. .
..!... Tlnrrt. HOT torMT Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hunt and the Kissimmee Livestock: .' "
to '"nr ",tie w and Mrs. Elmer Hunt to Mr. Market Wednesday March 9th .
M Mrs. Robert Miller, Lake Ce- 481 rattle and calves were sold : .
$5,500; Mrs. Nona E. Hunter compared to 278 a week ago. $280 "DOWN $59 MONTH
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore B. Col Price trends on slaughter cows

AT Hendon Park, $5,500; H. D, were generally 50c higher, calves
1... Land Co., to Mr. and Mrs. $1.00 higher, bulls strong and ,
C. Clemons, $11,800; H. D. L. steers and heifers virtually ab- } > '
Corp. to Mr. and sent. Stocker steers and heifers ? <

John A. Flynn $13,500; Mr. were generally $1.00 higher, cows
and Mrs. Richard Wiley about steady and calves were
THAN to Mr. and Mrs. Theo strong to $1.00 higher. ,
Roosevelt Johnson, Dellwood Utility slaughter cows $17 to 5
$12,000.Ilrs. $20.50, cutter $14.75 $17.00, r -
Bertha Evans Roderick to canner $11.25 $15.00. Cutter
and Mrs. Carlyle R. Newton, I and utility bulls $17.50 $22.00.
Cloud, $6,000; Mr. and Mrs. I Good slaughter calves $25-$27
J. Boyd to Mr. and Mrs. standard $22-$25 utility $19.50-
O..IC'W. H. Eggers RHP Drought $22.50. Standard vealers $24.50-
f $14,500; Mr. and Mrs. Har- $26.75, utility $21>$25. Commonand
O. Snyder to Mr. and Mrs. medium yearling stocker
W. Wahl, St. Cloud $12,000; steers brought $18-521.25, inferior
H. Noble to Mr. and Mrs. $15-$18. One good yearling heifer

I I Young, $10,000; Atlas Florida $21 common $17.00-$20.50, in-
to Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Bow- ferior $15-$16. Common stockercows

Kissimmee Highlands $10,750. $15.50-$18.50 inferior$13.75- Dollar For Dollar and Foot For Foot
For Home Atlas Florida Corp. to Mr. and $16.00. Common and medium
Louis Alberto Chin, Kissim- stocker calves 19002625.
Highlands $9,300; Mr. and
Edward K. Walker to Mr. William T. Wallis Is "
Mrs. James R. Barter $9,200; e Your Best Home Buy!
Named To CommitteeWilliam
..' .... and Mrs. A. G. Mann to A.G.
Enterprises Lake Cecile
, ; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Lew- T. Wallis executivevice :

to Panning Lumber and Sup- president and secretary of TURN WEST OFF ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL AT KISSIMMEE
; Co., Orlando, Colonial Estates the First Federal Savings and
; Mr. and Mrs.: Bernard! "J.* -Loan Association of Osceola :HIGHLANDS 'SIGN -1 MILE NORTH OF KISSIMMEE CITY
to Mr. and Mrs. E. Teare County, has been appointed to the 2
Cloud, $10,000. 1960 Trends and Economics Pol- LIMITS. '
OPEN FROM 9 A M. TILL DARK.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Clarke icies Committee of the United

.. King Construction Co., Mel States Savings and Loan League. .
c. Royal Gardens $12,000; The appointment was announced
today by W. 0. DuVall Atlanta
Georgia, president of the league PHONE TI 72621S

,- .. PastimesBy which is the nationwide trade organization
'2- .. RICHARDS' of the savings and
:: '" loan business and represents more
''.' WE than 4,700 savings associationsand
wuzROBBED t
u cooperative banks. $ HM Dm*9w\ Ownr....h age SwOn.WC-TV-lto fit Bom Cowl........M.",.MC-TV M er.wl-Mq.; .w ....d rb-4e dl...er modal Gt.Iw.etrabds .
;. The Trends and Economic Policies
Committee was created to
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competitive factors affecting sav- s "Hey, Sweetie, how'd you like a new Chevy?" '
1 I fe ings and loan associations andcooperative .,.. 1 Oh,Freddie/sigh( ) ,
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such study.Officers. "The dealer got just the model we want, ,. .A
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or want to- SEASON IN *teas. ,;'. 4 ( ) j ..J't:; .? "
ONE Osceola County Deputy Sheriffs '. No problem at all to find what you want. : ;; :fi"Y .

and give Gun Repairingand Fred Littlefield and James Men, ::": ;<" '. "': ,..., ft. ;;M0jK; '; ;:; :;: \
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ling worthless check offenses held : '
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Guns and Pistols last week Tallahassee. "- '.f. Oh.Frcddie'Xsigri( ) '
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Page 4A The Kissinnnee Gazette. Thursday March' 17,19c0'f stink* or "Another rrofcpr trying' to get Kf acme hi the paper," or ftMnan nature Is found in the Bible. "The heart Is deceitful abov! '
A0MU THEKISSnmmg "Yon had better be earful of what company you keep." all thiBgt, and desperately picked, who can know it?" said the old
GAZETTE Yes love of God and love of country would b. relegated ta the ffopbtt Jeremiah about the office-holders of his day; and would he
SHOWS TONITE
THREE 4 ash heap if good people like you and others throughout the 1 land did say different today? It was upon that conviction that the Amen.can
A ".b H. Perry JVewvpapertoa not.carry on the fight for Americanism and the institutions. that area Constitution was founded. Our forefathers said that no one
/ N tam/-, yCJ Offices 24-26 Stewart M .part, of our heritage. not even' themselves, could te trusted with powers of government
Q\ / \ Or* Telephone: TTWea -2221fti Surely they who condemn patriotism as archaic and show.offish withptrt a sjstem of checks and balances. They saw that any
1 are to be pitied and this points up the extreme. necessityof government would become despotic if its checks and balances
d4 eS5f Entered as Second ,Claa? Vail Matter disseminating more information to them. were removed. I need hardly remind you of how despotic the
HOUSE ON 17-92 In the Poi Office at KlMimme FU.PahUshed The Biblical phrase, "Forgive them lot they know not what Federal Government of the ,United States has become with the
they do," can be invoked, but if our nation is W survive, a blueprintfor removal! By the; Supreme Court of the checks provided by State
: Thnndayt at Kta&lamec. Fiona freedom must be aggressively r' activated. now. --tomorrow, will bet sovereignty.( Now it is proposed to remove another check by
o late. repealing the Connally Amendment. '
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LEO SCHUMAKER The PTA la Florida for some had been One point stands out clearly in this fight to freedomit
Permanent Waves ., . $'.50 up years getting progressively \ preserve our
,. Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION "one-worldisn and since 1958, ha* championed the has caused many people to, study: their Bible more carefully and
.. tenets of UNESCO. The University of Florida has continued to they have come to the conclusion that this is a war between the
Haircut, Shampoo Revlon .s .3$ hold Seminars espousing One World m. Even the Flerida State godly and the ungodly. No matter what Bible one studies. God has

and Set. $3.50 M nleure.....' .I' Six moll.tIts. $2.50; one year, $LOO RATES; two $7.00r:1t Board of Control which has charge of our educational system has plainly stated that He will stand with the godly and that He will
year refused to accept facts as they truly exist and has been whitewashing punish the appeaser and lukewarm alike. So. how can any God-fearing
or refusing to take heed of wirniag by the many patriotic : persons agree to coexist with a murderous, ungodly regime?
i.OO OFF on any Wave or Set-with this ad! H and .e ran.' organizations and has given passive acceptance
Open till 9 P. M. Wednesdays and Fridays to the, new concepts. I ITS LATER THAN YOU THINK

CINDERELLA COURAGEOUS JOURNALISM The time is past for dilly dallying and shilly shallying-the
chips are down. The patriot has been called upon to take a stand
BEAUTY STUDIO tilfeJ 6 te t read from an editorial entitled "Too Uttle Emphasis on Ameri a" and the responsible citizen must now know that he has not onlyto
3511 S. Orange Blossom Trail-Orlando ,GA 2-3801 in the Orlando Evening Star of January 14th, written by the Editor help carry the torch handed to each of us by our forefathers
Emeritus, J. C. Brossief.. bat also that it takes money to fight the war that is being fought
"There is considerable comment regarding some textbooks now with money if we are going to come out other than second best.
being used i in the public schools because they play down America Russia will never attack this country with armed force as long as
its greatness and its past heroes and play up other countries, the she thinks she can conquer us front within.
United Nations and one worldism. But in all too many instances We mast make the fight against Communism and the Russian
YOU and YOUR STATE THE AMERICAN FLAG comment is about all that this issue receives. plan of conquest the first order of business of our Government
There is too much criticism of some of the public school textbooks and oaf people pursued with' the utmost vigor and courage...

There has been an interesting amount of comment about the row's children will grow up unfamiliar" with the heroic acts of IF WE ARE TO WIN AND WIN WE WILL.
DOLLARS AHEADwhen state recently about the lack of respect shown the American Flag as some of our great patriots. They win be well versed, however, -
in what the UN is the fact that "it World WarII" -- -- ..
i\ passed by in numerous parades-for instance the Gasparilla. paradein doing, even tq won
Tampa and the recent Silver Spurs rodeo parade in Kissimmee., as. one of the textbooks claims. As a matter of fact the UN
shop The comment pertained largely to an increasing lack of respect was not organised until after World War II. That, however, is .
you on the part of young and old citizens alike regarding the as accurate as some of the texts in some of the schoolbooks. C 4V
where see Flag. Some of the critics seemed to think this lack of respect What is needed is for persons well versed in subversive propa. 4
you stemmed from a lack of training in the home and schools, and ganda to be members of the committees reviewing the books to
8f this sign that this reflected in this current attitude. be used in our! schools A group of patriotic fathers and mothers
I quite agree, but I think there are many underlying reasons attempted to have a law passed by the last session of the Florida
for it. legislature that looked toward this end. Unfortunately it was _
W 8 t +Erf First, let me say in my ophudn, that there are few citizensin defeated by the lobbying of the top officials of the state PTA inline ___
f? this country who are actually unP triotic. If not toward the with the policies of the national organization. t __ T
country today then toward the country that once was. In other (This editorial referred to the seventh grade geography book -
words most Americans feel a great patriotic alliance with their entitled YOUR COUNTRY AND THE WORLD by Robert M. |&$ REFRIGERATION-
heritage.But Glendinning with Ernest W. Tiegs and Fay Adams. Copy ,
4kLGRI4 it must be pointed out that Americans have been out to a right 1952 Ginn and Company.) ; 1
great brainwashing since 1945 that patriotism and nationalism are On :page 475, the first chapter, there appears the following: ;, Modern silent refrigeration Is
E NS archaic, old-fashioned and for the birds. '"We! have been engaged in a struggle for world understanding. tops .' Serve Gas refrigeration
AMPS We have been conditioned to "one world" and giving "one It is a struggle for mutual respect among nations instead of uncontrolled } Is absolutely silent lasts
world" all the dollars we can muster. nationalism in which each nation pursues purely longer automatic(no Ice-maker moving parts with) no. ,J
One of the best illustrations of what has happened to us was selfish ends. It is a struggle for the freedom of all people rather mossy fussy, Ice trays con.lant
summed up recently in a speech made by Lt. CoL A. P. Phillips, than freedom only for those who are fortunate enough to live supply of ice. Gas refrigeration .
USAFR, who owns the A. P. Phillips Advertising Agency in Orlando, in rich and powerful nations. Above all, it is a struggle for provides service in any
YOU'RE dollars ahead because your S&H Green before the National Security Seminar at the Mayflower Hotel, in peace in a world which has known little peace" weather k 10-year warranty.
Washington, D. C. on February 4, 1960. Here the student is told that the nation who believes in national-
Stamps give you extra values in Distinguished Parts of CoL Phillips' speech are as follows: ism Is purely a selfish nation. The fact is not even mentioned that
Merchandise at no added cost to you. "History repeats itself has become an axiom, but it is not under' world government and the mechanical set-up of the United
necessarily true. Such belief, however is inevitable if we as a Nations this nation would definitely be subjected to a one world court .
nation do not know history and take advantage of the lessons and under this one world court presided over by fifteen judges, one of
YOUR STATE is dollars ahead, too, because S&H clearly recorded over the ages. whoni is an American, we would definitely be subjected to tyranny. ..GREENS. FUELALL.
is a big buyer of your State's manufactured The World War I soldier returned to find many of his liberties; Last year the superintendent! of the Orlando school board
products for 600 Green Stamp' edemption taken away not the least of which was covered in the Volstead amendment and other members of the board were endeavoring to back up a ,
The disgrace to this nation because of this Act will perhaps committee headed by Colonel Edward G. Barry of our town a retired -
centers across the nation.So never be erased from the records, of time. The "do gooders" of that Army colonel who. upon examining some books in the libraryof
era had wrought their havoc. our high schools, said some of the books were subversive and
-J Following the end of World War \\ when we soldiers returned asked that they be so labeled. However the liberals seized upon
shop where yon see the sign W. to reestablish our businesses or to start a new life we found even the bugaboo of book-burning and completely beclouded the issue.It Parks Furniture Co1
-the sign that means extra values more of our liberties were vanishing. While we were away has certainly never been an objective of the American Legion
for your home State, too.j the "cats did play" These so-called ats" displayed very strongly the Reserve Officers Association or other patriotic groups or of
I the Jaws and claws of the Rusaiaa b ar. others who examined our library books to have them burned. All KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD
Busy. as we were in 1945 and 1946 trying to reestablish ourselves, good Americans abhor the burning of books as much as they did '
.. it required dedicated people to bring about the ultimate repeal of the the Roosevelt-Wallace plan of killing every other pig and plowing ..,. 7.
United World Federalists' sponsored resolution: that had 1 been cleverly in every other row of corn. The informed patriotic citizen
FCb; Ii 1t* H vls }l passed by about thirty-six of our sovereign states. only wants, a Communist-inspired or Communist-written book to be
\j itr )i 14D-rn: p' r.m VIGILANCE MUST BE CONSTANT; branded for what it is. ....

...- ;.4, t'p-. .... In Florida, as well as in other states with some thirty-two AS TIlE TWIG IS BENT '

i -., .. organizations going their separate ways to accomplish the same I
(t iNIJir t.jA,1tQ..m f. .
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ends we did not attain victory nor effect the repeal of these Our Rollins College in Winter Park long identified with liberal : ,,'
dastardly one-world petitions until all of these veterans reserve movements continues at times to fall completely prey to the super- >',.
liberal indoctrination and its so-called Center for Practical Politics < ,
and patriotic groups were united under one banner sad a solid ,. ,
front presented by the Florida Coalition'of Patriotic Societies. issued a 27-page study of "The '58 Controversy" which they claim : I .\, 4--(> .
It took Bey-eralyears of hard work on the part of many fine people "raged on book burning in Orange County." Nothing could have been tt'i'
VOTE FOR to fnally effect the repeal of this legislation in Florida and other farther from the truth or intentions of those patriots who would \1 ./ \
states throughout the country. It is still a blight in a few of our label a man or institution or book for what it is. i .'-. .'0 :\.1" '

states that this original petition to Congress' to join in a super COORDINATED: ACTION '" :: ', 5Qa
world government remains on the books. In Florida. after the : :' "
ROBERT V. Coalition was successful in accomplishing the specific mission for With some thirty-two veteran reserve and patriotic groupsall e\O
which it was set up, it disbanded. going their merry way In Florida and their individual programs /1 ,\
Bob We have yet to put the finger on the specific source of the ap- on Americanism floundering It was clear to many fine citizens as :> $6.95'J
L (( ) parently limitless, monies of the personnel and organizers of the well as to some of these groups that, to accomplish the noble (\
United World Federalists' drive. The sons of some of our leading projects of each a coalition would again have to be formed anda .
I McMSSIC citizens were paid exorbitant salaries and expenses all destined to militant organization and plan of action developed. This was y e Shimmering nylon In crayon
-4. take advantage of the good names of these senior citizens, which group done. The purpose of the Coalition as outlined in Article II of the colors if i the gayest Dtrte
of included the sons of some of our United States Senators, Representatives charter of the Florida Coalition of Patriotic Societies is as follows: Q. shoe of Spring! More
various high-office-holders and other respected citizens. "The general nature and objects of the corporation shall be to o'' flattery in the flippant bow-
KISSIMMEEYour S me of Florida's leaders openly boasted World Federalist enlist the cooperation of patriotic, civic and fraternal organizationsand p.. Inside, pert polka-dot,nit
membership. Others not so vocal but even more prominent in individuals, and to inspire coordinated and individual action for Sand or Gold. Orange,
political business and social circles, were listed as members, and the following ends: o Red or Green. Also While or

their names were used in newspapers and mailing pieces, espousing 1. To keep America American. .," ,"."'" ., Black. The most,for
a super world government and inviting all to attend 2. To promote undivided allegiance to the United States. t teen dreu-vp life.HERZBERG'S .
Candidate For meetings and Join the new order. 3. To,defend the nation against all enemies, foreign and domestic .
During those years immediately following the Second World and to ,advocate the maintenance of an adequate Army, Navy and r _
War. an attorney and a leading contender for governor of Florida this Air Force and other agencies or measures necessary for the National.
CityCDmmissioner year made speeches throughout the state and circulated petitions on Defense.
behalf of the United World Federalists. 4. To expose and combat Socialism and Communism. c
There are militant groups of this society which bordered on 5. To preserve and maintain the Constitution of the United States. rL
the fanaticism of a cult throughout Florida and they were soon 6. In GENERAL, to promote patriotism; to encourage historical,
championing the banner of the United Nations and 100 )Jro dway s"osrasvss"sr
-'i' supplying our economic: and social research into the origin and development of American
schools with United Nations flags for classrooms, as well as presenting ... institutions; to arouse among our youth a sense of civic and
EXPERIENCED: them to colleges and municipalities. All of this was being national responsibility and to disseminate accurate information of an
carried on and lavish funds for this purpose were in evidence, educational character upon all these matters of concern to the nation.
Chairman, Board of Commissioners. :. while at the same time. The American Legion and the Disabled The initial meeting of a group of patriots was held in Orlandoon
; American Veterans and other groups could not even raise money March 28 and various
Oklahoma. 1939 thirty-fire outstanding patriots from -
McLemore ; to provide Flags of the United States for the same purpose. sections of Florida were present. The Florida Coalition of
,:" '.." As a result, on some of our college campuses specifically the Patriotic Societies is affiliated with the American Coalition of
FAMILY MAN: ':\l \' University of Florida, the United Nations flag was being flown Patriotic Societies of Washington, D. C. It is placing particular
Wife Ann and three children Helen Bobby above that of the Stars and Stripes. Practically simultaneously emphasis on interesting young men and women in patriotism and
United Nations
the flag appeared in a superior position to Old in arousing and informing the public in Florida of the dangers of
Jr., and Barbara. : Glory on the City Hall in Sarasota and on the City Hall in the Communist Conspiracy ana its threat to national survivaL WHOoRKREif
Orlando.Lt.
FIRST RESULTSIt
General Sumter Lowry United States Army Retired, and lead...
MILITARY RECORD
; ing businessman and industrialist, demanded and had the United will be of interest to you to learn that, effective January 20th 500SKOWSHOTEIS<
6 Years Service in U. S. Army,' Luzon Campaign Nations flag put in a secondary position at the University of Florida of this year, the Florida Coalition has been requested by the Florida Ir
German Occu- His son also a World 'War II veteran* was a student at the collegeat Courses of Study Committee, Department of Education!: to "assist in
Japanese Occupation,, ." that time and was prompt in reporting the incident. The American the evaluating of textbooks in Florida schools."
pation. : .: Legion in Sarasota and Orlando only had to point out the error in The young men and women of our nation are the only people IN MARCH ?
judgment of the city fathers to restore Old Glory to the pinnacle. who can remove the stigma which has been so cleverly placed on
."%: ONE GOD ONE COUNTRY patriots and patriotic activities in recent years.' .When patriotismdies
BUSINESS ,
our country dies with it.
Manager Florida ;Counselors" Inc, With the cooperation of the school boards', we soon had repealedthe The drums even now are beating to subject this nation to world r
.,. "..', practice of having our young students stand erect face the Unite4 government implemented by eliminating the Connally Amendment to
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and Orange Gardens, Inc. .: Nations flag and with their right hand raised, repeat, "I pledge allegiance the United Nations Charter Chapter 14. For certain people to state
"to the United Nations and to the one world for' which it that we would not be scuttling the United States Constitution and' J .'
CIVIC MINDED stands. subjecting this nation to world government is rank hypocrisy and ,
: ,
: AH of the,above in Florida as it was in almost all the other
Member\ of Rotary Club, Kissimmee Boardof states, tended to alert again the veterans.., reserves and patrioticsocieties close wicked to deception.being treason This and is a is program being promoted of duplicity by people that comes in high painfully office,: : ',We have 500, or more greetings cardsat

Realtors Orange Gardens 'civic Association to the continuing need for constant vigilance* but we who either have been ill-advised or are ignorant of the true intent of:
were along way from revitalising the Coalition, and the various Senate Resolution 94, which I feel that we all should protest in no I If Bros.'. .'. unique .'humorous
Footlight Theater .Guild, Kissimmee groups continued to go their merry ways many of them pressingfor uncertain terms to our Senators. :" .. '

Chamber of Commerce Parent' Teachers their own selfish interests. We ,would ,like to report fron Florida that all but one Congressman '. '.:. charming cards.to fit your
Then came Korea and:the shame connected with the prosecution and all but one Senator have taken a definite stand .
Association, Kissimmee All-States Tourist of the conflict there-and the so-called ending, if it t was an ending against "this conspiracy. Therefore, we Hot only haVe our job exact"needs
Our failure to tats a victory after it was actually gained by Mac cat ettt in the Suashia State bat there is much for all of us to
Club. Arthur, Stratemeyer, Van Fleet and others win mark one of out data i our respective areas. Nothing short of commitncnt in black
blackest hours of history, but .the patriots and citizen soldiers were add while against this plot shoald be acceptable. s"'I
POLITICAL OBLIGATIONS: once again alerted. From that time, and right up to the present, thf Analyzing bringing to light and informing our electorate of the I.
patriot who dares to express his love of country and who points ou{
inherept dangers in the many threats to the loss of our freedom sets I
NONE
-except to the voters Kissimmee.,. the lethargy of our people is condemned in some circles as at1 the pattern'for a better appreciation by the rank and file of our: ''I
oddity and referred to constantly as-a "ftaw ier." citizenry and should warrant the active and financial support of aU

A MAN IS KNOWN BY THE COMPANY HE KEEPS true Americana. The do-gooder pseudo-intellectual, and, pinto needsno
A VOTE FOR McKISSIC IS A Whe.Jl1 heard from Colonel William Warner and received his prodding to bring out his support of the radical liberals. Certainly
invitation} to appear with you and participate hi' this :National those ;who, ate interested in saving private: enterprise and all other lift BROADWAY = PHTI tr 2b21
Security Seminar, I presented the agenda \a quite a few. so- facets of our heritage should be just as eager to .support plans for
,VOTE FOR KISSft&lEEr called "solid. citizens. They expressed disdain for my participation action 'to, save our country.: -
and remarked "Colonel hew do yea know that they are not,a OUR BIBLICAL HERITAGE
( ld Political AdverU bunck of crackpots.," or "Just another.. group tJ'Jia1'.to stir ujf a ha cIoit.y: ear forefathers 'were based oa the Truth .f



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sovs AVixG CLAnftf OR.D1i:- The Ktoittme Catetfft Thursday March .17., 1960 Page S.i .\
lAID
MANDS AOAIN5T ESTATBi -
i You and each of you art htrrbynotlfleA i .

aad required Is ptft.ntany claimant his scent\ or attorney, or fault thereof, the cause will proceed -
claim which you or either of the same will become void according ex parte upon the entry of a

'I BUSINESS DIRECTORY I you.John may C.har Raimna against a, the dee*estateof ..... Tafs- the to-Ith law.day of March 1960. decree-Iris pro FURTHER cnfeso ORDEREDthat against you

late of Oeceola County_ O County: GRACE M ENGLISH this Notice to Appear be published
tin County Judge et said
Executrix of the Estate of in The Klssimmev Qasette. a newspaper *
at his office In- the Court wltfila House at Frank U Metsger, Deceased having a general circulation
--- Kissimmee. Florida eight i Murray W qverstreet. Jr. in Osceola County. } calendar month from the date of. Attorney for Executrix week for four weeks
the flrat publication of the Notice : consecutive
Kissimmee. Florida prior to the aforesaid 28th of
e&&x>G&x>e> 3/10/1T/24/21 klarch
b. In writing and mutt state the ::(A.SsD'm ISM ha'nd and the seal

place of residence of the .claimantand NOTICE f\nKR FICTITIOLS of said Court at Kissimmee. Osceola
ear SAND
We Wtre Flowers ROCK
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must b sworn to by the claimant NAME LAw County, Florida I this the 17th day

f Weddings, Funerals Bouquets Parks Furniture Co MORTAR MIX same. his will a become:void attorney according, or the to TO ALL CONCERN WHOM IT of February A. D. 1960.
MAY : sGLENN RAY
Ceramic Gifts, Potted Plants For Prompt Repair of Tour STEEL & WIRE MESH law. / Clerk Circuit CourtCIRC'UIT
This the JSth day ot February.litO. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
IMPORTANT NOTICE REFRIGERATOR.Phone 8 Florida
EWe Hugh Florist HULDA nABMUSSE57 that pursuanto the "Fictitious ( trF a i.Y'
G s Name Statute". Section Sn.ot of Phillip It. ) of
TI 6-2171 days or
Mrs. Roy C. GraTes) Executrix: of the Estate of the 141 Florida Statutes, the un:1eIfre,1 Rogers and Kelley
207 Broadway Phone TI-6-5591 TI b-8579 nights John C KAsmnssen. deceased.Murray the only par- Attorneys for Plaintiffs
Homestead be filed : :: re
exemption must by Osceola W. Overstreet. Jr. hereinafter 11 East Monument Avenue

County home owners by April 1 for the 1960. Attorney for Executrix named business enterprise will present Kissimmee. Florida
year Kissimmee. Florida proof of publication: of this 2/2S 321017IN
a/l/lt/1T/1t Notice and register with the Clerkof
jr v r the Circa 1 court of Osceola THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
County Tax Assessor Wade H. Lanier, Jr., has [ AJAX pimmmG'V AOT1CE TO CR&DrtokSIn County Florida. the fictitious name NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
Help! Help! < "North Bermuda Avenue Trailer AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY
mailed homestead applications to established home the Court of the County Judge, Court" under which they are en- FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.NO. .
J SUPPLY < KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX Oticeola County Florida gaged in business on North Bermuda un
owners. LESESNE IK RE THE ESTATE OFLAWRENCE Kissimmee
Avenue. Osceola
f "Lowest Prices in the Area" 4 .. W. ROGERS
.. County Florida IRLO BRONSON.et al. )
Employment Agency Deceased.To Dated at Kissimmee, Osceola Plaintiffs.
)
FIXTURES
-)' If a person has recently acquired property in Os-' PLUMBING AT all Creditors, Legatee IHs County Florida this the 4th day .** )
933 BRACK ST.GREEN'S VISIT OUR 2 Phone TI 6-6671 tribute ea all Persona havingclaims of March *.. D U 0. J. A. RU&SSLL. et al. )
eeola County and he desires to apply for homestead t SURPLUS DEPARTMENT 5 Estate or Demands against said sLLOYD C. BRADLEY efeadants )

exemption he should to Mr. Lanier's office.in the L /s/ DENTA BRADLEY SUIT TO QUIET TITLE
apply PIPES AND FITTINGSf < You and each of you are hereby /CHARLES R. NUKE NOTICaOF SUIT

county court house here prior to April 1. 1131 West Church St. 4 notified and required to present /GEORGIA K. HOKE TO: .
any claims: which you, or either of 1/19/17/24/31 J. A. Russell and ._._Russell,
FUEL GA you. may have against the estateof his wife, if
Orlando Phone 1.7167'FILL AGRICO living, and If either
W.
Lawrence
... ROKer\det'eaaecl. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THENlKTH are dead his or her unknown
.A..A."A".A. A-A-C late of Osce la 0fn JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN heirs, devisees. legatees, grant
Soles and Service the County Judge said County at AND FOR OSCEOLA COUVTY. ..... and creditors
The Nation's Leading Fertilize his office in the Court House at FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.NO. The heirs, devisees legatees,
Kissimmee. Florida, within eight
Phone TI 6-2171 TI 6-7141 .
NORMAL PHOSPHATE am grantee or other claimant
18
%
calendar months from the date of under Thomas
"" E. Wilson deCeased
KISSIMMEEFor .AA QUALITY GROUND the first publication of this Notice. STEEb CABIN GROVES INC. > -
I Gas Phone DIRTExcavating Each claim or demand must be in John D. Clark
Delivery, PHOSPHATE ROCK a corporation as the sole sur.
writing and must state the placeof
SALES George Stroup TI 6-8014 let Ranch and Grove Plaintiff ) vising Director of Iolk County
Radio andTV SERVICE our residence of the claimant and .11. ) Land County, dissolved
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES R. Davis TI 6-6903 Spreader Service apply fertilizer must be sworn to by the claimant HARRY u ri: LUTY. et at. ) ida Corporation a Flor

COMPLETE HOME FUHXISIUXCS R. A. Fletcher TI 6-5511 and dolomite limestone.SEE his will agent become or Told attorney according, or the to same law. Defendants. ) James A. Fort Jr. as the sole
and
Jimmie Jefferies IS NOW FOR only heir at law of J. A.
the 29th day of }'ebrua.r7.FRA ,
uiis SUIT TO QUIET TITLE .Fort deceased, and Frances
PARKS FURNITURE CO. TW 2-2265 (St. Cloud) ECONOMY PRICES NOTICE OF SUIT Fort, Indian -
For Gas Service PhoneJ. Olin Fore CES BAILEY ROGERS TO: ri serwllivf dJ.NFl
Kissimmee SU Cloud
Executrix of the Estate of
Harry C. Luty and ida,
Ranch and Grove -
B. Rountree TI
6-7574 Lawrence W. deceased
Rogers Lut). his wife if living, and it All persons
Robert Allen TI 6-3084 TI 7-2685 S/S/lO/17/Zt either\ are dead his or her unknown cial having I or \\r llnrto.t ;

E. L. Dailey 11 6-7873 Spreader Service IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THfi heirs devisees legatees, any right title or Interest in
and the lands .
creditors. situate,
grantees be.ing
lying and
R. H. Hall TW 2-6202 St.Cloudor NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
Thacker Ave. at Oak St, All natural or artificial In Oeceola Count, Florida,
RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL and INDUSTRIAL call IL T. Simmons, Mrr. KISSIMMEEFEED AND FLORIDA.FOR OSCEOLA IN CHANCERY.NO. COUNTY.: wing:;or claiming to have described as:

ELECTRICAL.CONTRACTING TI 6-2761 Trucks For Hire tm any right title or Interest In The East Half of the Southwest .
Dump the lands situate, lying and Quarter of Section Nine-
!I. J. Stanko TI 6-2144 STORE ---.--
licensed and Bond.FREE' being in Osceola[ County Florida (9));
W. J. STEED.f et ux.. ) ., described<< as: The West Half of the South
ESTUIATES.CHILDERS S
f PHONE TI 6-2821
,... Plaintiffs.HOWARD Lot fifteen (IS) of Block B of east Quarter of Section Sixteen
J Section( Ten (10). In Township (16)'

Corbin & Beater for the/ b6si+ Defendants ) Twenty-five (25) South. Range All In Township Twenty-flv
)
ELECTRIC"Where Twenty-seven (27) East according (CIS) South Range Twenty-
fiNCIAIR g1t4ClAfR SUIT TO QUIET TITLE to the plat of the FlorIda seven (27) East
Complete Automotive NOTICE PF SUIT Fruit and Truck Land Com You will hereby take notice that
-, pany's Subdivision of the said the plaintiffs have filed suit against
Quality Counts" Repair & Service TO: > Section Ten (10). as filed and you In the Circuit Court in and
13 MONUMENT OFFICE PHONES TI6-2981-TI 7-2121 Howard hU Clarke and ___' recorded among the Public Records for Osceola County, Florida to
NIGHT PHONE TI 65567Hunting e.eu 1 ROAD SERVICEOpp. Clarke' wife. If living, and of Osceola County. Stateof quiet the title in the plaintiffs to
if either are dead, his or her Florida. the situate In
property OsceoU
Court House TI 6-2334 unknown heirs, devisees creditors.f lega The said Lot Fifteen (IS) of County Florida, described above
tees grantees,and Block B. beingalso known<< and You are hereby required to file
I All'persons natural or artificial described as the West onehalfof your defense to the above action
having or claiming- have any the West one-half of the with the Clerk of the above styled
': Ight, title or Interest 'In the Southeast of the Northwest Court and to
I OSCEOLABLUE quarter ) serve a copy of the
Equipment. lands situate, lying and being: quarter of Section<< Ten same upon Steed Steed &: Urban
In Osceola .County.' Florida, described (10) in Township Twenty-five 1904 Metcalf Building Orlando,
<< as8E : ((25) South. Range Twenty- Florida attorneys for plaintiffs, on
Fishing Tackle PRINTINGOPEN % of SW'4 of Section S, seven ((27) East and contains or before March %5. 1960. Herein
South.
Township 25 Range 21F.allL
LOANSINSTALLM& Ten (10) acres more or less. tall not or a decree pro eonfesso:
You will hereby take notice that will be entered against
10thinGUNSbiITHI1V'G MON.-FRI. 8:30 A.M. 4 P.M. You will hereby take ,notice that the :plaintiff has filed suit against IN WITNESS WHEREOF sou I have
'- the plaintiffs have filed stilt against you in the Circuit Court In and for hereunto set my hand and affixedmy
Boots aU''Shoes 7 DARLINGTON AVE. Phone TI 7-2179 TI 6-8954 you in the Circuit Court In and Osceola County Florida to quiet official seal at Kissimmee.
for Osceola County Florida, to the title In the plaintiff to the Osceola County Florida, this mil
T
FISHING FACKLE' REPAIR : xu quiet the title In the plaintiffs to property situate in Osceola County day of February, 1960.
AUTO the property situate In Osceola Florida, described above GLENN RAY
County. Florida, described above. You are hereby required to file Clerk of the Circuit Court
Tour Dollar : ,
More At The Store
Buys Army: THE You are hereby required to file the By /Ellanore O. Jowers
, The First your defense to- the above action with the Clerk of the above styled Deputy Clerk
ARMY SURPLUS with the Clerk of the above styled Court and to serve a copy of the (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
STORE. Nat'!Bank Court and to serve a. copy of the same upon Steed Steed & Urban. Steed Steed A Urban
'
same upon Steed, ftteed Urban, 1004 Metcalf Building Orlando. 1004 Metcalf Building

908 Main St.. Kissimmee TI 6-5551 First NOlioDOI Bonk of Florida 1004 Metcalf Building, Orlando Florida attorneys for plaintiff on Orlando Florida
attorneys for plaintiffs, on or before March 25. 1960. Herein Attorneys for Plaintiffs
I KissimmeeMember : or before :March %5. I960. Herein fail not or a decree pro eonfesso I 2/25 3/3/10/17
fall not or a decree pro confesso will be entered against you.
Federal Deposit will be entered against you. IN WITNESSHEREOF.. I have IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB'
lasMnuiee Corp. IN WITNESSVHEREOF.. I have hereunto set my hand and affixedmy NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
OF KISSIMMEE hereunto set my hand and affixedmy official seal at Kissimmee. Os- AND FOR OSCEOLA CO /NTY.
official seal at Kissimmee. Os.ceola ceola County. Florida, this ISth FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.NO. .
USE THE NEW County, Florida, this 19thday day' of February. 1960.GLENN "0
KISSIMMEE\ FLORIDA TRUCK BODIESBoat of February. 1680, RAY \STEED, FAMILY GROVES )
GLEffl1tAY Court INC. ,
Clerk of ths..frqalt
trailers horse trailers Clerk of the Circuit Court By /./ EllarTore c>. Jowerf a corporation,

0owadiSELFSERVICE t N. Ray Carroll.President Lucile Squires._Asst Cashier and utility trailerm. By /Ellanore 0. Jowers :;::,=*""Deput1'o.CfRCUIT"COuxT ;. _. ..cs.ee; Plaintiff.J. .'/' s. \
: John E. CarrolL Executive Emma B. Quirk..Asst.Cashier BuRt and Repaired SEAL Cleric ( SE.AL' .
(CIRCUIT COURT Steed Steed ft Urban. r.'. Tt > [dltJRJUi.ctt a'. < )
Vice President and DIRECTORS Steed Steed Jb Urban lee Ilett'Alt'DuUdln. 1 >
Personal Loan Qfficer Irlo Bronson N. Ray Carroll Complete MobileWELDING 1004 )fetcalf'Butlding. Orlando Florida SUIT TO QU1'TtT: Trg:

J;, U. S. Chapman..Vice President G.H.Prather Ellis F.Davis SHOPAll Orlando Attorneys Florida for[ Plaintiffs' Attorneys for Plaintiff 2/25 3/2/10/17 TO: NOTICE OF SUIT

Florence N. Story....VicePres. U.S.Chapman IL 0.Partin work &uarant ed. 2X25 3/3/10/17 J. T. Mclfurray and _____

U. S. Jr. Cashier John E.Carroll S McUurra. his wife If living,
Chapman, .__ 110TICE UNDER FtCTITIors
I* THE COURT THE
COIN-OP ERATD LAUNDRY25c LOU YOUNGWELDING Of COVlVIY NAME LAW and if either are dead, his or
JIDbK. IN AND FOR ; her unknown heirs, devisees,
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. COUNTY FLORIDAIN : legatees, grantees, and creditors :
Whom It
To
All
Wash lOc Each Depositor Insured Up To $10,000 Balance. ,
Dry Concern
Old Orlando n"Tnear Livestock RE THE ESTATE OF Hay All persons artificial
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN \\r \\nrt
Open 24 Hours Days Kissimmee's Friendly Bank Market. Rt.1 Dos SSA b'AUIE AOTICH.I. BRAKNO.V"TO CREDITORS Deceased.! that pursuant to the "FI< any or interest in
Located at Sunrise,Shopping; Center'next to Winn-Dixie Kissimmee i TO ALL CREDITORS LEOATEEiDISTRIBUTEES. Name Statute," Section 865.0> of the lands situate lying and being
the 1141 Florida Statutes the undersigned >
AND ALL PERSONS in Onceola
County Florida,
PHONE TI 6-7898 ; HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS who are the only par described! an:
interested in the hereinafternamed
AGAINST SAID ESTATE.: ties The Northeast Quarter of the
You and *ach; 'of yea are hereby business enterprise will present Southwest Quarter and the
notified and required to present proof of publication of this West half
any of the Northwest
SEPTIC TAMKS' claims which xou. either of you Notice and register with the Clerk Quarter of the Southeast Quar-
'tOr 0f the Circuit Court of Onceola.
ROTHROCK may have Estate oi, ter and the North Fifteen (15)
ExpertTransmission Sadie M. Brannon deceased, late of Count Florida, the fictitious "name feet of the East half of the
"Osceola: Septic Tank Service, tinder -
Beaver County, Pennsylvania, to Northwest 'Quarter of theSoutheast
the County Judge of Osceola Conn- which they are engaged In Quarter of Section
ty, Florida, at Kissimmee. Florida, business at W. Vine and N. Bermuda 3. In Township Twenty-five

oaoR SEPTIC TANK CO. within. eight calendar months from County.Are.Florida. Kissimmee this 25th Osceola day of South, Range Twenty-seven
a.,, the date of the first publication of .
SEIYI E h February A. D. moW
ServiceExpert I. this notice. Each claim or demand T. JORDAN You will hereby take notice that
must be writing and must state the plaintiff has filed suit against
Mechanics I the place of residence of the claim I GEORGE JlcCULLERS rou in the Circuit Court In aQuid
.
/ Culvert Tile for Driveways ant and be sworn to by claimant P. O Box .717.Kls.lmmee. Florida for Osceola County Florida, to

ANDERSON'SGARAGE his agent or attorney, or the same the title In the plaintiff to
"Ati = Septic Tanks-a size for every need. will become Told according: :: to law. 2/25 3/2/10/17 the property situate in Osceola
This the 20th day of },bruar". County. Florida described above
Cement Work-280 Gallon Grease Traps 1S60. IN THE CIHCtIT COURT Of TUB You are hereby required to file
INSTALLATION UPAIU E. DALE BRANNON MNT1I JIUUIAL. C1RCIIT.: lAND > your defense to the above action
Ancillary Executor of the FOR 01CKOH COt':VTY. IN with the Clerk of the above styled
NO LAwN LET Q9 OACI70I1 C ZAN 15 Years Experience. PHONE 'TI 6-3552 Estate of Sadie M. Brannon. CIIA.NCKHI. 558 Court and to serve a copy of the

DAJtaOX' IOUE TANK I deceased. same upon Steed, steed ft Urban
K. C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator. 22 Bermuda Are. Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. MACK WEAVER AND I IMM Metcalf Building Orlando

Attorney for Ancillary Executor ROBERTA WEAVER. his wife. : Florida, s for plaintiff, on
Kissimmee. Florida Plaintiffs, or before March: 26. 1160. Herein
S/2S 2/2/10/17 fall not or a decree pro confesso:
Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mlz Co. joa'erH F. WILLIAMS, et ai. will be entered against. you.
FAST CLEAN OUT SERVICEDrain NOTICE ENDER: FICriTIOUSNAME Defendants. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have

lines electrically] cleaned.t Roof Coating LAW SUIT TO tuirrr TITLE hereunto set my hand and aafflxedmy I
NOTICE TO API'K.11: seat
official at Klseiramee, Os-
Distance does not affect cost PHONE TI 6-6671 TO ALL WHOM IT THE STATE OF FLORIDATO cools!< County Florid, this 11th
Siding Gutters MAY CONCERN: : day of February 1MGLBN'N.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Joseph F. Williams also knownas RAY
that pursuant to the Fictitious 1. F. Williams and 8. J. Williams Clerk of tM Circuit Court
I Call TII den 6-3969 I Down Spouts Name Statute" Section S(5.OS of his wife, whose place ofresidence By /Kllanore O Jowers

__ the 1S41 Florida Statutes, the undersigned and mailingaddress are Dsp uty Clerk
Financing AvailableNO who is the only party unknown: Eddie Williams and (CIRCUIT COURT JHBAU
Interested in the hereinafter named -Williams, his wife If he be Steed, Steed/ ft Urban

OSCEOLA SEPTIC TANK SERVICEWEST BE WISEECONOMIZE DOWN PAYMENT business enterprise will present married whose place of residenceand IMI Uetcalft Building
1 Notice mailing address are unknown Orlando Florida
VINE AND BERMUDA and r gisterblwithothe Clerk of the Jane Thompson and _-_, her Attorneys for Plaintiff
Circuit Court of Osceola County huiband. if she be married whose 2/K 2/./ll<
c/o SATTERFIELD LUMBER CO. ,BASS Florida the fictitious name "Brush place of residence and mailing address
g '. Bucket" under which he Is engaged are unknown L.ythla Thompson NOTICE; op INTENTION
ROOTS AND SLUDGE REMOVED FROM LINESH In business at 14 Bryan also[ known as Lithe Thomp TO MAKE APn.lCATlOV,
ROOFING Street Kissimmee. Osceola County. son and .-....., nor husband H FOR FINAL IJMC'IIAKI.K
I Florida. she be married, whose place of

108 S. Bermuda TI 7.2371 Dated at Is Osceola residence and address are un In the Court of the
; T.m'e County Judge
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Florida known Wesley Thompson and Ad-
I III Extra Quality Blocks County, 4tn day Osceoia County Florida
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die Thompson his wife whose
of March A. D. I960 In Re: The Estate of

rr 1Tllt\\ I 1\1\ I tIl At No Extra Cost /sWADE J..BLEVIX8 4101TJIJ1OTICK place of are residence unknown and John mailing Thompson address CHARLES.IN C PROBATETo IJCROETT. deceased.

and Aimeda Thompson, also All Whom it
> UNDER: F1tryT10CeRAIIE known as \lmedle Thompson his Concern
KINCAIDTERRAZZO RIEDELFuneral LAW wife, whose place of residence and May Notice Is :hereby given that I

L 1 TI 6-4021 TO ALL WHO IT Clarence mailing address Story and are unknown--------Story; sad, have lalnlstrstor Sled my-Anal of the report Estate as Ad-of

MAY CONCERN.NOTICE : his wife If he be married. whose Charles C Bur get t, deceased: thatI
IS HEREBY GlVEttat place of residence and mailing address
Home have filed petition for final dlscharge -
pursuant to. the "Fictitious are unknown, if all. or an> and that I wilt aay.| to
Name Statute" Kectlon Its.Ot of of the said defendants be living the Honorable O P Johnson County
10 Emmett St. the 1941 Florida Statutes, the tin.derslgned. and If they or either! of t "adeyl.ees. be Judge of Oneeola County Florida
CEMENTPRODUCTS
OSCEOLA who are the only parties. dead, their unknown heirs at .
Uen0. on tie first day of Hay 1960.
legatees, assignees.
interested In the hereinafter namedbusiness -
for approval of same and for final
., creditors, other clalmanta.ailJt.t .
enterprise. will present or of
discharge" as Administrator theEstate
INC. AMBULANCESEIWICE proof of publication of this Notice by. through, under or such : oC Charles C. Burgett deceased -
and register with the Clerk ot the deceased defendants: ALL .
Circuit Court of Oeceola County PEllSOXS having or claiming anyintercut This of ),lore 1960.
MASONRY i'- NEPTUNE ROAD KISSIMMEE Florida, the flctltlon* name "Wef- in sad to the lands.4e- AT1il'R BUtlOPrrTAdml..fator -

; el> Drug Store" under which they scribed herein.YOC of the Bstate or
are engaged: In business at Jtb and AND EACH OF YOU arehereby Chart.. C. Burgett deceased
Indiana Streets. St. Cloud Osceola: notified that Complaint has Thacker and nackerAlIor..T.
l3.aaty. Florida. been filed ln.a10Q in the Circuit .
Administrator
a\\ for
Dated at Ki..lmrAee. Onceola l Court for Osce iaCounty. Kissimmee.! Florida
I COMPLETE TI 6-3201 Cou =)-. Florida. this t&e 1Mb day Florida which rriDu.e Is 3/17/34/31 47J
BLOCKS anRESIDENTLAL CEMENT WORK of February. A. I>. 1 U'. entitled. as above.
1sItiCIAPD; H. 1'ADQETT JR. ,Plaintiff: I seek the quieting of title
: sBETTY KUE PADUETT toproperty described as fellows
mJ Carl W.-Riedel S 2/10/17/24/21<< lying and feeing In Osceola County
Aid Service 5- Florida, to-wit:
COMMERCIAL: Hearing R. Conrad JS TMB COCHT Of THKjtboe. ; THE WEST HALF of the
Coy tEOLACOL
; '- )1 K5 A t roH O Southeast Quarter of the Northwest
AND INDUSTRIAL :' : TF. FLORiDA Quarter of Section Fifteen
: Funeral Directors Ill. in Township Thirty (0.1)

and Supplies for all makes & models FRANK IK nte L. 'lrlTt'EP.. teetased. Houth, less Range the Thirty-three following (31)Fast twotrcts

Virginia S trricK TO 'RtVITORII :
1422 Ave. St. .CIlOUR TO ALL CRBD1TORS. LEtU.TEP.s.DIlITfllUl.'T&Es. TIlE NORTH ONE FOURTHof
AND ALL PER- the V>est half of the Southeast -
-J. ___ .::. :' Factory Trained Consultant available Tuesday in 80X HAVIXU CLAIMS OR DEMANDS quarter of the Northwest e
AUAIKHT LAID ESTATE: Quarter of Section 1$. Town e
'a :. r.' '_ ; Kissimmee and Monday in St. Cloud LEGAL' NOTICE YOC Alf ) EACH OF YOU are ship tt Month Mange >2 East
NEW ,.. berets*] noilned' and required to THE SOUTH 2)7 feet of the SAVINGSBONDS
TW M M 5.1 present any claims which you er West half of the Southeast
PHONE J- M quartetf the Northwest
I. S- BCZMBBt- either of you may have againstthe quarter
NUMBER .' Su.ftftgs By AppointmentPABTIN BjB BJBBJBflBjlSfliiV BSSS S SBS """ MVHM Estate of Frank-L. Metsger. de- of BectloM |K Township 34Hooth. ,

: ;". IX TKK OF THB OftONI4CIXJE. esasei. >w O r.ela Conttty Range 31 East: .
COURT tlif of AND YOU ARE HEUEUT UBQUIREL -
'd< COCNTY. Florida, to County Judge
;T ": OsC5oL.3 said County ..t ',his office In the to file with the aCor.
Tilt LUCKY NtiM&ER FOIL BETTEn':' JEWELERS yLWtWAryt Courthouse -In.'Klsslnuneo. Florida said court roar written Appearance -
OF within eight calendar months from (in person or by attorney) la
tTB
RK THK EST
date of the first publication of said i-nit on or before the ZSth
TERRAZZO AKD MASONRY "U14'ic..: usg thin:: and there
'TO ('RIi IWNJ Notice.. Jfiafn claim or demand :&rOrta :rtfJ r
: .' must be IB writtHK and must state file Court yottr
KliClMMEK ST. tt rtI TO-Atl, t t3KWT f ;. LJ30ATEES. the place of r-ea14eaee ol the claim written defenses if any, in said
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Road Requests- Presented To SRD _I' Work Continues/On Interstate No. 4 Through County


Osceola County has accumulatedmore County were Glenn Ray, clerk of neering. <0- .",, jm. ""'*- !1 ltIi!.I.J",...... 't:' ..... ., ."' ,. .' '",,,,,,, ,, ....... '
secondary road money than the circuit court, and Comnnssicnrs : 14. Lakeshore Blvd. and Orangeto !"
Last month the Road f::: : j Y
any other of the 12 counties in Leon Godwin, Jack Robertson. U.S. 441, St. Cloud, engineering. Depart- : 'i : i-1; 1 .
the Fifth District. Oren Brown, Eugene Simmons andL. ment received bids nn anithe j.
"But'your peonla will be riding! J. Harvey 15. Brown Chapel Road St. nroiect that kill extend: eons+nIC-
on it soon" J. Rolfe Davis road The following projects are the Cloud engineering. ticn further into downtown ;amy. -
board member for the district tatus! of the Secondary Road Pro-i 16. Old Dixie IIwy. from Tyson 40th*' from Buffalo Avenue west to
promised! county officials at the ram 118 of Jan I, 1960. The items Corner to Alligator Lake, engi- StreetAlready ;
annual hearings on road requests listed below have already been al- neering. open' to traffic on
Thursday at DeLand.He toted for In the budget: New projects requested for 1960-. miles Route between 4-in addition to the' 21 rT4j
meant the $1,077,000 that 1. East Lake canal bridge and 61 budget are as follows: land is the Tamna and Lake
will have piled up in the county's approaches, construction. 1. Michigan Ave. from 10th St, Howard Frankland
Bridge
secondary fund by July 1961 when 2. Bermuda Ave., engineering Lakeshore Blvd., St. Cloud. across Tampa Bay, wit* c
approaches:
the next SRD fiscal year ends will and rieht-of-way. 2. Oak Street from Main St. to b both St. Petersburgand
be committed or spent on road 3. 17th St. and Columbia Ave., Thacker Ave.,. Kissimmee. Tampa, Rogero added. r
building; projects.He from Missouri Ave. to State Road 3. State Road 530 from Inter- Other projects on Route 4 are
promised No. 1 priority on No. 15. state Route 4 to Lake Wilson in- in progress all the way from
building' the 11-mile connectinglink 4. Dakota Ave., St. Cloud, 'con tersection. akeland to Orlando and the Road
Deoartment hopes to have of
from Interstate 4 to Kissim- struction. ell
mee by way of Vine Street and the 5. Michigan Ave., Kissimmee I this mileage under traffic t>y the
end
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Work ContinuesOn year.
Airport Road. engineering;
Route 4 extends
Anethesecondary lob sure to 6. Interstate Road Route 4 to Route FourConstruction from Orlandoon
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Daytona Beach. Work 0..g.
get attention is raising; the fill US 17-92 south of Kissimmee, 13
west of Fish Lake on State Road en nneenng. under way in downtown Orlando _.
cf more than two "
and for 16 miles in the
S-525. 7. West Vine St. from Main St. miles of Interstate Route 4 on Lake Monroe -...
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between .
area Sanford :to .
lie told the Osceola delegation to Airport Road, engineering. the east side of Tampa between DeLand.All '
they could count on two primary 8. Airport Road to Interstate Buffalo Avenue and U. S. 301 is the "" ,,.. .;-. T ...") .
projects resurfacing of six blocksin Route 4' on State Road 530, engineering. 46 cent complete the of Interstate mileage is ;.. ... ,.. -.
new per multi-lane, divided with .4". ...
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the center of Kissimmee and '
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State Road announced
Department limited "
constructing the eight-block] Main 9. West City Limits, St. Cloudto access.Contractor .. "t'l. '
yesterday. fr : :: : ,; ., .
Street section of US 17-92 at the East Lake Canal Bridge, con- Albert L. Rogero of Clearwater, ect between Buffalo for the Tampa Avenue proj-- ; /' .,_.....>.. I IYp :!
south limits o( Kissimmee to the struction. ana .S. '
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road board member for district
U. S. 301 Cone N'
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junction of U. S. 441 with a sur- 10. Fish Lake fill on State Road
one, said the $2,526,739 projectis
vey bf the Emmett Street section 525. construction. tracting Company of Tampa. They '
expected to be completed in started work last summer. :
for setbacks. 11. Emmett Street and Walnut '
The. presentation of Street Kissimmee, six( more months. / : V :' ; :
requestswas engineering. :
made 12. Lake Conlin Road from U.S. This project is' located imme- There were 42 million more : l'Ii
by County Attorney: ;& qy.6L i -
diately west of the 21-mile newspapers purchased the .. 'y ." ,,
on avenge H
Murray W. Overstreet, Jr. 441 engineering. stretch of s .->..Stf \ <; .ft.1 "' ., ... ;.: <
Interstate Route "'
4 thatis
Others attending' from Osceola 13. Ohio Ave., St. Cloud, engi- day last year than ire e Y .. _
now open to traffic between I purchased on the average,day 60
Page 6A The Kissimmee I Gazette, Thursday, !March 17, 1960 Tampa and Lakeland. years ago. '
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Pictured above is part of the Florida Interchange*.. S. Highway No. 4-now under construction west of Bonnet
County. This project is eight miles west of Kissimmee on State Road 530, which connects thedtfwithufs.

JUICE 8 $100 Highway 27. Interchanges to the divided, four-lane highway which will connect Daytona Beach
CANS .and Tampa when completed, will be located here at intersection of S. IL 530, at Vineland, and near the Polk-
C County line. Top photo shows detour off 530; second photo shows construction swatch; third photo shows
today and bottom 'photo shows culvert under divided highway. Florida Interstate 4 is al-
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Pan-Redi Frozen Morton Frozen Chocolate, Lemon, Banana state opeTandiJuse from Lakeland to Tampa, affording motorists approximately 35 miles four-lane concretedivided
rLb.. Lge Size all stoplights and the hazards of traffic accidents
SHRIMP I $159 CREAM PIES | CQ highway with overand underpasses which eliminate
Pkg. Each to traffic from crossroads. Construction of this new highway is progressing rapidly through Orlando, with pil-
due
Dixie Dnrlinn Finest Oualitv jogs in place for the IIwy. 17-92 overpass southwest of Orlando's Church Street. (Photos by Ed Cooper)


Only Half of Applicants For License Pass Test City Gets $5,519.76 the erage tax.department, which collects

MARGARINE ears. From Cigarette Tax
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test for driver's licenses in Jan- totals for January are aboui The City of Kissimmee received on the average day, 15
nary while less than half passed, average throughout the year, CoL $5,519.76 from the state cigarettetax million newspapers were pu.-
the Department of Public Safety H. N. j irkman said. collected during: the month of ehased. Today, 67 million new.;-
said yesterday. January, according to L. Grant papers are purchased on the *:-
Total taking exams: 50,411. I Watch Eissimmc GROW! Peeples, director of the state bev erase cia!,.



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